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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9.- I Nairn's Scotch Linoleums and Floor Cloths on Sale No better linoleums made in the world than none quite as good. We have just received a large shipment direct From Kllcady In Scotland and with our large discounts are able to sell them cheaper than anyone .else. Read these extra special sale prices. A large assortment of patterns to choosy from. HEAVY OILCLOTH in -beau- tiful block and floral pat- terns; many colors to choose from. Two yards wide and weight. Sale price a sq. yd., only---- HEAVY LINOLEUM in hand- some designs of floral and conventional: Light and dark colors'-of green, Urown, fawn, red, etc 2 yards wide. Sale price, a square yard... HEAVY INLAID LINOLEUM new patterns to choose from in tile, block and floral. The largest as- sortment in the city. Clear- ance sale price, yd..... Sale Prices on Handsome Carpets and Rugs We have a handsome stock of beautiful English, Austrian and Canadian Floor many of them. These will all go on sale at prices that will enable you to save about half of what the others charge. Sale starts Thursday morn- ing. Be on hand early. Here are a few samples of the low prices. ENGLISH VELVET CARPET size 3x3 1-2 yds. in new large medallion centres; flora! and small designs; colors are green, fawn, red. brown, etc. Sale price, each...... HEAVY WILTON CARPETS, size 3x31-2 yards in beau- tiful fawn and green ings; pretty designs and'of extra good quality. Regular Sale price STAIR CARPETS in heavy AViltons for heavy Brussels for heavy Velvet for and good quality of .English Tapestry, for only Window Shades for 45c We bought too heavy of theee good window shades out they go in this sale. Alade of heavy material in green and cream, and mounted on good rollers. All complete with brackets, for only 45c Big Sale of Ribbons Read All This List There'll be hundreds and hundreds of odds and ends to be cleared out that lack of space allow us to tell YOU about. The price tickets will tell the whole storv when you come. v JL Come Early First Day Tapestry Table Covers We're overloaded, in them and are willing to lose money to clear them o.ut. Here they go. Good English tapestry -table covers in pretty combina- tions; of green, fawn, red, 'blue, etc; also two-tones. Largest Regular ?3.00 and not Big Sale of New Corsets HAIR RIBBONS in. good taffeta silk in widths from 4 to 6 inches. All colors, including black, white, cream, navy, red, sky, pink etc: Regular 25c. 'Sale price, BABY RIBBONS in good taffeta silks. Colors are cream, white, sky, pink, mauve, black, red, etx1. Wide and narrow widths. Regular 5c a yard. Sale 3c Women's Combinations Made in the fine cotton lisle summer weight, with trimming of lace and crochet work. Ail sizes. The .usual T5c quality of underwear Women's Fancy Hose A Splendid List 50c and 60c veilings for ..................45c Safety Dins, all sizes ....................5c Women's handkerchiefs for .............3c Good handkerchiefs, 3 for ..'...............25c Finishing braid, a bunch .................5c Best 50c and 65c hose 45c Buster Brown hose, for ..................25c Girls' lisle hose, for .....................20c Pongee linens, for........................25c S5c taffeta silks, for .....................55c 51.25 dress goods, for ..................S5c dress goods, for ....................85c 75c dress goods, for......................65c ISc dress ducks, for .....................i5c 20c dress galateas, for ..................15C S4.50 women's shoes, for ...........-___ women's shoes, for............... Beautiful Hosiery for women in fancy colors of sky, pink, rose; wisteria, white, etc. Also black, in plain and fancy open work. Regular and 50c values for only 25c Sale Starts Thursday Sale Prices on New White Dresses We have a splendid assortment of new- style dresses for women in pretty mulls and muslins. Some in stylish grass cloth and barred muslins. The colors are white, sky, pink and linen. Beautifully trim- med with fine embroideries and laces. Some have the new kirnona sleeve. All on sale Sale of Men's Wear A few men's suits left to be cleared All ?25.00 suits, for All ?20 suits, for suits, for All ?12 suits, for All pants, for All pants, All S3.00 pants, for Men's shirts, for ..................95c Men's Ba-lbriggan underwear .............39c Men's Mereno underwear ...............59c Men's linen collars...................... .12c Special fancy sox ......................25c Special cotton sox .......................lOc Men's silk ties, for .....................25c Men's -worsted caps Boys' worsted caps .....................5Cc Men's heavy braces, for..................35c A LA GRACE CORSETS in the new long hip and short bust styles. Also in shorter styles for stout women. All corsets SI.65 BIAS CORSETS in the; new American long and short bust style. Bias filled and very comfort-, able. Regular cor- sets S1.95 School Scribblers pretty, covers, plain or ruled. v? Scribblers for the school children, Sale Starts Thursday Sale of White Table Linen A great bargain for housekeepers. Fine white bleached table linen, 60 inches wide, in pretty tu- lip, rose, leaf and spot designs. Value at 75c. Sale 60c Safe of New. Wash Belts A big shipment of new wash belts in new braided, embroidered and plain styles, with fancy ivory, and pearl buckles. Regular value at 35c and 40c. Sale price at Regular 5c each, bale price only Table Oilcloth Best quality of table oilcloth, a yard and a.quarter wide, in white, with blue, also fancy patterns. Sale 'ISLE OF SPICE1' One" of the (bright special hits in four remaining in the wings out of sight of the audience. .On the third or fourth encore, when the twelve lit- expended in excess of the usual' am- ount invested (by .an amusement en- terprise of the size and importance of the Al G. Barnes' organization, will include many features entirely new to the circus parade, but which, either I in beauty or comedy, offers novelty of B. C. Whitney's big musical extrava- tle girls run" off the 3n fascination janza, the "Isle of Spice.'.' is "The] ience to the singer's instructions, the j stage manager begins to take partic- Goo Goo sung' by the "leading ju'lar notice of the appearance of each comedian of the organization and ajgirl. If any seem to be tired they are dozen pretty girls. It "is a to sit "down and rest, while "some trained animals as an adjunct to their and topical song, and hits in timely'of the four extra girls take their plac- erflll5inon> but Barnes' is the only one The Al G. Barnes is the only really wild animal circus in the world. There are other combinations that advertise! AT THE EUREKA A troupe of trained goats was th feature act at the Eureka last night Four pure-bred Angora goats, and a dog, made up the act, and some ver> clever feats were performed. One of the best tricks was the walking of a tight rope by one of the goats, and equally as difficult and perhaps requir- ing more trained skill was the rolling of a globe up an inclined path by one of the goats riding on top of it and moving it with the feet, ar Each encore finds one or more fashion many people in this city, after Mr. Woolsley has" sung a verse 'new all the girls execute a "dance which is not aware of this. presenting a performance lasting two in the song, although is entirely by 300 trained animals from the jungles and sheer life, and vim has" probably never j It is a significant fact, however, that jwildenleses of strange countries, been equalled anywhere. The girls never since the song has been sungj There are lions, tigers, bears, leo- not only dance as though they were has any girl voluntarily droped out. '-Pards, panthers, monkeys well trained, but as though they en-: There is something so in vi go other more familiar animals that joyed every minute of it, and perhaps about the dance that no matter marvels in the way of horse- It is this that makes the audience de- tired they become it is always en joy- leaping on and off the backs mand from ten to twenty encores AS a matter of fact, it is not anjOf fleet steeds as they travel at elec- performance. Whatever it is, ''The ;infrequent occurrence when the through hoops of fire and cth Goo Goo Man" does make a hit: thejience is more than usually apprecia-jenvise imitating the human perform- happy combination of funny for some of the little girls such success that the achieve-j pretty girls, lively, dancing and catchyjactually cry when the stage manager jments of the latter are frequently ren-1 ween music, certainly touches tthe popularjhas ordered them out to take a. rest, idered. insignificant by the superiority) back to the of the stage again. Num.ero.us tricks were performed, and the act was greatly appreciated, especially by the children in the audience. A good lady is also on the bill, in Irish comedy, talking and sing- ing. The feature of this act was the telling of good old Irish jokes, in a .broad Irish the best of it, the stories were out of the ordinary, made a ren hit. NEW YORK SUCCESS COMING I _____ I The first fruits of the truce declared warring theatrical fac- National Theatre Owners' fancy. Hence the song gets an aver-jThere is a positive competition among jof the imitation. age of fifteen encores at each perfor- the girls for a place in the first twelve, j A particular feature of the Al. G. Association on this side, and Klaw and Erlanger's theatrical syndicate on the iotiher, will be the first presentation tion of "The Monday June 5. This latest success by Rex Beach fnance. and the four extra ones are always un-iBarnp.R' R? It's no. light work for a little girl happy until they get a chance to go onjcircus is tfie steel arena. In this to go on and repeat such a wild, whirl-1the stage. istronghold are inclosed at each per- wind dance as this for fifteen times, j Augustus Sohlke, Mr. Whitney's j rormance the most untamable ,of h although they do enjoy it. But it is (general stage manager, who originat-lbeasts -and their human masters, for a L ptoven often exhausting, and Whitnevjed the dance and instructed the may.be untamable, -but still! rJn_fL The- the owner of the production'. speaking of it a few days ago, under human dominion, to i e" ana comes direct dating this, has, a -unique .innova- "'The Goo Goo Man' dance is without; ing. Men and women both are the tion to'make the work lighter. Al- doubt the "most difficult and ccmpli-; trainers, a fearless, indomitable cot- though but tweleve girls appear that I have ever designed. Thereierie-, who direct the movements of sav-1r the song, sixteen-dress m-the cute lit-are more steps to it tfian there are'age lions, cougars, leopards, and accounted lCr S 6 w 1 01" tC, 3.11 Q COIUGS from there on its first transcontinental tour. No play in years has gained t.he jnotorietv that this one has. This fact BOARD OF TRADE'S REPORT UPHELD C.P.R. Expert Investigated Conditions along Pro- posed Weyburn Line It is understood that Vice Presi- dent Whyte, of the C. P. R. sent an expert out to investigate the situation n the country o be traversed by the western end of the Lethbridge-Wey- burn line- This action was done in lew of the representations made to he company by the Lettobridge Board of Trade and the man was told to find out to what extent these representa- tions were true. It is understood on eliable authority that the expert will report that the Board is well within he mark in its statements. WATERWAYS FROM TEG TO EDMONTON MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, May prices Ottawa, May work of sur- veying the route of the proposed wa- terway from Winnipeg to Edmonton is being continued this year 'under the direction of Mr. Woligey, one of tihe engineers of the Public Works depart- ment. It is expected that by devot- ing particular attention to the problem of reservoir and storage dams, a great deal of costly dredging will be avoid- ed. The waterway when completed will provide for a ten foot channel Torn Winnipeg to Clear Lake, and six foot from that point to -Edmonton. It is expected that- the work of construc- tion will be commenced shortly after the surveys are completed. As com- pared with other Canadian waterways, most of the construction will not be heax-y as there are long stretches of navigable water. C P R I! I 11. TO IMPROVE FIGHTING FXTRABITION -he greatest m- m markets are: wheat opened 34 -4, closed 95 5-S; J.uly opened 9-1 3-i, losed 95 3-4; October opened 87, Kised SS 5-8. opened 35 closed 36 1-8; July opened 36 1-2, H. Rosen-baum of Sand Coulee, JMon-i tana, who is wanted across the line for falsely obtaining the sum of j from s. hide dealer of Sand That the C. P.. R. will greatly 'im- prove the .service on the A. R. I. lines when it takes over that con> pany on Jan. 1, 1911, waa Intimated by R. B. Bennett, C. p. R. solicitor, while -he was in the city. This will probably mean that the track will be improved better ballasting 'and a better, class of locomotivee used. .'Mr. Bennett has great faith in the future of Lethbridga. He stated that' he looked, to see Lethbridge become this second city of the province in a fervr years and went on to say.- that the coal mining industry alone without considering the grain... crops., at all would make Lethbridge a city of 40r- 000 or people in a few years. He said that the C. P. R. interests in the West are. centred at Cal- gary and Lethbridge in the orfler nam- was yesterday afternoon HAVEN'T FOUND. BODIES Winnipeg, May to noon: ten fixed by Judge Winter at ?500. Rosen- was re-arrested by Deputy Sher- tie costumes every performance. any other form cf dance runningiguars with the readiness of a terest taken by the American public the first verse twelve go on, the other ja similar length of time than I handling a class of children. in Alaska, the new Eldorado, and it is closed 37. opened 2.30. lii'f Lou Kommers of Great Falls, and, Why Hesitate cvpr CPOTI -n-ac -j j 1 .n. "'predicted that nest summer will see seen. MT. soniKe was askeo Pyramids are formed 'by their man-i ;how he succeeded in getting the girls jeating pupils, who also roll balls, rush to Alaska jto infuse so much life into the tight" rope, use the see-saw like replied simply, "The -girls tbe ever even m the WlMeSt little folk and plav other games J For it'uemselves are responsible for that." .'that arp the c'elicht of barrier wiu appear on Mon- One of the littlegirls whe, question, promptly remark- jal Bengal tigers, the same represent- j wouldn't work -for iin an exenditure of 520000. t We' are so positive'.o.ur remedy will ,the completely relieve constipation. no ;ed, "Who matter how chronic it may be, that we i The "Isle of Spice" is booked for an in the United States, is offer- offer to furnish it free of all cost if j engagement at the JVIajestic theatre AJ_ Q Barnes. There is one oth- It fails jc jFriday and. Saturday of this week it er, but that is a troupe owned and op- Constipation is caused by weakness bargain prices, of the nerves and muscles of the large j intestines or descending colon. To ex- j pect a cure you must therefore tone and strengthen those organs and restore thenjftp healthy activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies ..iajesuc tneat.e. closed 2.25; July opened 2.30. closed 2.32. Winnipeg Cash Northern 95 1-4. '2 Northern y2 }-i, 3 Northern 90. No. 4 S5 1-2, No. 5 SO 1-2, No. 6 74 1-2, Feed 62. 35 7-8. 2 C. W. CANADA'S FAVORITE SHOW "Totally different from any thing! erated for the pleasure of the Mahara- jah of Ceylon. These fierce beasts do remarkable tricks in the steel ar- ena, and their size and sinuous grace is such that many artists throughout GOOD CLASS OF BRITISH American Markets wheat ed 95, closed 95 3-8; July opened closed 97 3-S: September opened as he could not put up the necessary bonds, was lodged in the cells once more. J R. Palmar has been retaLi.-d.ss counsel fcr the accused men, who will fight extradition. The extradition .proceedings will be heard this afternoon after the regular opc-n- sitting of toe District Court. Mrs. 90 Rosenhamn is in the city from Calgary and will leave for Great Falls today Winnipeg. May DOMESTICS ARE COMING I1'2- closed 92 1-8. jin order to.try to effect a settlement _____ I opened 9S 3-4, cios- of difficulties out of court. ,-__AT Sanforn ed- "'8> closed' S9 3.g; September opened 86 7-8, clos- ithe countrv have used them as mod- T.nat is; has return eil here from Great Britain where she has been on her semmi-an- nual trip for servant girls. She says the class of girls coming out was nev- er better, many of them having friends in Western Canada from whom they receive encouraging reports and tne on our -guarantee. They eaten ijou have ever seen, before. like candy; and are particularly ideal the keynote of the success of the Al. for children. -They act directly on Barnes Big Three-Ring Wild Animal Ttie intelligence o, sea! is well! nerves and muscles of the bowels.; Circus, that comes to Lethbridge on Known. But "High School' seals are former They have.a neutral action on June 2 nest, for two new. Mr. Barnes has them.j Ifc ]ookg indeed as if S0niethin are ea-er and anxious which very to ed 88 3-8. MILLING COMPANY IS ASSESSED FUNERAL OF MRS. KERR The funeral of the late Mrs. William Kerr was held from the family resi- dence, North, Lethbridge, at 2.30 yesterday afternoon, and an- Prandon, May Cumber- other of Lethbridge's first citizens was land this morning gave a decision in jaid in her last resting place. The four victims of two drownings in Red River yesterday'had proved fruit- less" though -the provincial police are dragging "the river. SUFFEREDpE YEAnS TTU Dr. Morse's Indian Root cured his Kidney Trouble I M-U i -a t j the first of which will begin !lnis of ampbioiaas do be done at last toward catching j ing Co., who protested agamst their ptly at two o'clock in t.he after- byt telk- They rifie .horses withjup with the big demand for domestic (elevator which is on C. PR. property tjje at in of the practiced equestrian, jp-lay ball, and juggle flaming torches. other organs or glands. They do not. jances purge or cause any inconvenience jpromptl They will' positively ai come chronic or habitual constipation ievenj' and the 'myriads -of associate or de-1 Q ijust tft sarae as yoa would do y pendent chro-nic ailments. Try Rex- course, tne.e Be a paiade., i iftl't it ft Tim to hn nf tha rirrlin'irv 0611 II 1U tne rins- all Orderlies, at our risk. Two sizes.! L u lb lo De one tne orninarv lOc and 25c. Sold only at our Spectacles associated with the familiar, i The Rexall Store. J. D. Higinbolham circus. Instead this pageant, on whieTi [many animals. Free street parade [jt special.agents. {many thousands of dollars have beenjlU-30 a.m. servants from here west, to the coast. different from the important cases heard in the funeral services were held at. the resi- county court during the last week. donce and were by Rev. W. One was thut of tbeOgilvis Flour Jim-_w_ Brj.den Qf gt Andrew-g chlirch. The .pallbearers were R. Niven, T. Niv- Waen the question A- Niven, James Frame, Jas. Mc- being assessed. cair.e up it was held that so long as Nulty and James Wylie. property was used for 'strictly rail- j way purposes it was liable to i C.P.R. FOREMAN KILLED taxes 'but once it was used for other Vancouver, May Soames. lOc and 25c. Sold only at our associated with the familiar J Twice its former size. Twice puts Winnipeg's presentjpu rposes it muet pay taxes to the mu- foreman for the C. P, R. was killed by rnrtJfTo tion fit UTi nf I oc. WINMIPEG'S POPULATION Winnipeg, May assessment ipoptilation at 151.000. an increase of jhicipaiity. The J.udge -jtwenty tbowwnd over last year, jseesmeat. the as- being run ovev by a freight train on the water front. There are few diseases that cause more acute suffering than Kidney Trouble, and. Mr. F. A. Thomas, of Sudbiiry Ont, is one of those who know It He'imtes: