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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily HeraUl, -.Friday, May Recruits Wanted For Ike 25th Battery of.Can-, adian Field Artillery to a tie ml iti Calgary, June M-2U. The buttery have practices evening at the' City M'arkot commencing a! 7.30 oVlock. l T teams 1'or gun horses Icj. tl.ii liattery of' the I'.iviu.-.M FisH Artillery. pui'iloulars will be furnished upon application to Major Stewart. WATERWAYS FROM 'PEG TO ROCKIES -Toronto, Out., May Wm." Pugslcy, addressing the Ontario Club Id-night said, "We arc considering a waterways system from the Red Riv- er, to Lake Winnipeg, and from the mouth of the Saska tchcwan river and thence across the prairies to the foot- hills ol the RockieSjOiifi hundred miles west of Edmonton. Itwill-give di- rect navigation for miles to Winnipeg. This system will need two locks, .which make it possible to generate from to horse- power which could he for grinding grain and manufacturing raw lumber. The government also is con- sidering a system of navigation Lake Winnipeg to Hudson's Bay, where vessels can go to England. VALUES TEU COON WAS NOT LEADING KIGHT Volicc Took Him arid Drunken White Man Into Custody A well known city contractor was last night found by Constable Kron- ing. of the city police force, in the lane in the rear of the Cosmopolitan rooming house on Baroness Road in company, with a colored gentleman who was leading him in the-direction of the coulees and river bottom. He was -the worse for liquor but recog- nized the oflicer 'When the latter in- uuired what he was doing. "This fel- low is taking me he managed MANY PERMITS BEING TAKEX Building Boom in the City Continues in Full Swing permits have been taken out during the'three business days of this week. They total in val- ue averaging each. W. It. Brown, three houses, Rogers street, W. 11. Brown, two houses, Rogers street, A. G. Nedlmnv dwelling, Cavanah street, W. A, Frank, store, Giyn Street, One short year ago our smart clothes were practically unknown to the people of Lethbridge. Today ask the first man, or young man you meet that is smartly dressed who his clothier is and he will promptly tell you to go to MacLeod Bros, and get the smartest and best wearing ready-to-wear clothes yet produced, save on any suit you buy. We show to-day a large and handsome variety of Men's Spring and Summer Suits, made in the latest a perfect fit assured. to to say, "hut he won't take me the Largey Bros., city barn, Smith right way." Knowing thai the man's home was at the east end of town, and not in the direction the coon was taking him, he conducted them-, both to the. police'station. The white man between on his person. Both men were book- en drunk and disorderly charges. At the police court this morning the black fellow, who gave his name as John W. A. .Moore, -dwelling, Bompas street, 5300. A. Olsen, barn, Ernest street, ?HOO. K. W. McLelland, dwelling, McDnlt street. Thos. McLelland, dwelling, .AlcDuff street, Baptist church, frame building, .Mc- Kay street, Howard, pleaded that the white man: -Mrs. M Bradbeer. dwelling, Gait asked him to take-him home and he started to do so, but the man could not tell him where he lived. He gave his occupation as a porter in a barber shop. He" remanded for further inquiries as to his character. Wnile playing in a neighbor's gard- en, the young son of Alex Mathew, of Vancouver, fell into a hole partly lilled with water and was drowned. Kir Laurier will probably hold meetings at Sudbury aad Sault St'e. Marie on his way back from the West. Kathleen, the four-year-old child ol" Richardson, Lindsay, drank car- bolic acid, hut her life was saved by several hours' work by Dr. Blanchard. The Temperance Federation of Ham- ilton .will ask that a license reduction bylaw be submitted next January. street, Ritchie and Meredith, stable, Neviti street, ?150. i Canada Agency, 'warehouse, Baroness Road; D. Ramsey; residence. Burdett street, Mr. Scanlon, dwelling, Coutts St., H. Johnson, Reed street, addition to dwelling, 'H. Wilson, residence. Korman T. H. Davidson, residence, Ashmead street, Jim .McKelvie, who has been actin; as lireboss in Hosmer almost since the beginning ed on makim of the town, has decid- a move to Frank, Alta., where be will occupy a similar posi- tion. A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS For some weeks past we have been given some really great bar- gains in Men's and Eoy's Furnishings, and in doing so have made a a large number of friends of this store, who have been convinced that we have saved them money on every article they have bought. Again for this Saturday we have made' some big reductions on practically every line of our entire stock SHIRTS are something you need all the time and for 75c you can have your choice of the largest assortment ever shown at this price in the city. Every shirt well made and carefully sized. Made of fancy cambrics, French percales and 'imported dimities of very neat and serviceable colors and patterns. Ask to see the shirts for 75c. WE'VE GIVEN SOME PRETTY GOOD VALUES IN SHOES but we've never equalled these SHOES AT There is not a shoe in the lot worth less than and some of them sold for as high as Every shoe Goodyear welt with sole leather counters and are made well in every particular. F.ull assortment of styles and sizes. TEN DOZEN PAIRS OF MEN'S DRIVING GLOVES FOR These gloves are easily worth Made of genuine silk thread. PURE WOOL CASHMERE SOX AT__ In plain black with silk spliced toe an wear well. MEN'S GENUINE MULESKIN WORKING GLOVES FOK 5Qc Made :In extra good shape, soft and pliable, the kind that fit well and wear well. heel, the kind that skin and sewed with stron HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY This store has been preparing for the warm weather trade for some time. During the cold Christmas season our buyer was finishing up his purchases "across the water" and we have for your inspection some taking lines now on sale. have a special sale of men's summer wear, including suits, light pants, un- derwear, shins, ere. LIGHT TWEED 2-PIECE various shades and colors, latest shades. Our spe- cial ..............................S15.CC MEN'S BALBRIGGAN colors and natural and MEN'S SILK natural and col- ors........................53.00 and S2.5C MEN'S black, brown, also fancy patterns.......................40c to 90c English Prints, Scotch Ginghams and stripes and floral designs and checks, in all colors. Wo Have.300 cliffcrcnt designs in these goods, 27 inciies wide, per yard..............10c.aml.15c PATTERNS t INVISIBLE Av U ing with two-piece suits ..........5Cc ME.N'S STOCKS, TIES AND In latest shades .50c WASHING all the new rie Nifiy. Colored All Wool Henrietta--In sky. pink, cardinal and cream, 44 inches wide. Per XuiVs nil wool, in and sky, 44 inches wide. Per yard........-----'-I5c nice fine a beautiful finish. Per yard ._______............-.'. .GOc and 85c Colored Taffeta all the leading shades hrl- io. pink, tanpe. wisteria, wine, brown, green and black. 10 inches wide. Per yard...........60c Fancy pretty floral designs. A fine (piali- ty, from per Ladies' TailoredWash of fine imported nnioji Linens, in the latest novelty styl- es and all shades. Prices to LADIES TAILORED WASH of line imported Repps and union Linens, in the latest novelty styles and all shades. Prices from to LADIES' assortment of ladies' long coats, in silks, rainproof and linens. Arc semi-fitting, with long shawl collar; turn-up cuffs and large pockets, trimmed with black silk. Prices to WHITE LINEN linen cor is in three-quarter length, semi-fitting, with pearl buttons. Prices AND MUSLIN DRESSES ;i.; onc-nioco dresses, made of mull with val lace and in- joiors pnlo green, sky. pink Triros to ;