Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE D VTLY HEKALI) Noy. 13. IDIO, It Is Coming Your Own Way The North Ward IS SELLING OUT THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S CLOTHING AT YOUR OWN CHANCE OF YOI'R LIFE-TIME NOW OR NEVER Our entire stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Suits, Overcoats, Sheep- lined Coats, Underwear. Socks, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers and Overshoes Avill go at SIXTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. We will not rest until the .entire stock is sold complete. Wake up! Wake up! Look at oiir pric- It beats aU! es. Men's JChristy Stiff lar value up to -S3.50: all siz- es .-and all styles. Selling Out Price................ -75C Men's Pure Wool Reg. price per suit. Sell- ing Out Men's Warm Lined lar price 61.00. Selling but lar Working Out Price .Men's Woollen Out Price.......___2 Pai: Men-s Taultiess price Selling Out Men's Negligee Shirts___ Men's Corduroy price -Si.25. Selling Out 75C Four-in-Hand price 25c. Selling out price Excelda Handkerchiefs lar price loc. Selling Out pr. 3 for -25C 150 3Ien's Tweed -Regu- lar price 19.00. Selling Out, Price 75 Men's Worsted Suits Eeoular price S: 0, -Pi 40 Men's Suite fee scalar price 50 Men's Reg. Overcoats- Best make in the Dominion, at 50 Men's Overcoats 50 Boys' Reg. Suits 50 Boys' Suits -SSiOO 40 Boys' Overcoats Boys' Reg. Button Sweaters 4t 60c Men's One-Buckle Overshoes ILade of pure rubber 1 .50 The only place where 60c brings you the is at the NORTH WARD CLOTHING CO. Westminster Road Douglas Block Watch for the sign and follow the crowd LETHBRIDGE UNKNOWN- TO GREAT BRITAIN (Continued froin front place', as ha described it. It took a great deal to disabuse this man's mind of his false impressions, but Aid. King finally did it by. telling him of the growth that has taken place in the last few years, the miles of ce- ment walks', water and si'wer niains, laid, its municipally owned wat-cr- electric lighting'system and so fonh. He, found it very' to get the people to understand the dii I'erence in the climate of Northern Al berta and the Sunny- At on meeting, however, an Anglo-Canadia who had lived years in Canada got up and endorsed what he.had been saying and told the audience, that a year or two.-'ago he left. Edmonton thermometer reading -2 degrees beknyvzero arriving at Leth bridge next day to" find it -so warm the people had "to their windows open. Beep Interest Shown Many prominent and wealthy peopl in the old country arc taking'1 a deep interest in Canada at the presen' time, particularly in. Alberta and Sas katchewaiK, Their attention, however is being drawn more lo the northern aalf of this province through the ad- vertising campaigns of Calgarr and Edmonton, than' Southern .half He came in contact, with many people who had invested in Hudson's .Baj lands and other Canadian securities and they were- all immensely satisfi'ec with the results. In particularly in conservative and anti- iiree trade circles, .to- -whom :the .com- iinercial conditions "of the old country look particularly gloomy, Canada, is [regarded as the'future field of invest- I in wit for alt., of -Great- Britain's' surf [plus capital. Calgary has the biggest hold on the imagination of the country investing public, and -vast i sums of British monev have already? been invested iu that "city. Visit One result of--Aid: King's visit is that a company is being organized in London to tract of ten or. fif- teen thousand acres in Southern Al- berta, to bring, out twenty or thirty- farmers and agricultural laborers and: place them upon it. Next Year in Britain continued Aid; King, -is in many Trays going to be a 'great- one in the old country. Besides the cor- onation of King George. be attended by thousands of people irpm .all parts .dt the world 'the -Mr Glasgow exhibition will be" on aad .will reach t-he-benefits of the crowds visiting England.- primarily for lonner event. He thinks that a splen uid way to mate up for the past in the way of -advertising Lethbritlge j and district arifcae "place it [minds of the British public on an equal looting with. Canary would be :to place a striking exhibit at Glas- gow and maintain it Such there throueh- out the fair. Such an exhibit'should- 'spirit- of i-'C-tnbndge, its many fine buildings its industries, -itsj. mineral, and farm- ing. resources, a way that j they would be fixed iadeliblv upon the mind Great Britain. Aid. King' had a stormv passaee ind passtd through snow.andjextremelv cold wea- rther dawn east. Be. was mighty to arrive back here yesterday "mom- to see the sun again, of iflad not seen a glimpse since he left i die old countrv. Y.M.C.A.DOPE Some Things the People Ought to Know of the Institution General Secretary Thomasson of the V. M. C. A. has given the Herald the xollQwing information ..regarding the local Y, 31. c. A. which may aot be- generally known by the public: There will not be-a-tub .bath in the -building because erperience iia proved that it is next to impossible u feeep. a tub clean fcnd-sanitary. Instea there will be twelve shower baths with the latest improved equipment, Our swimming pool is 18x40 fee ranging from 4 feet to 7% -feet deep it will .have a lining- of white sand covered with white enamel. This size compares-.favorably, with other pools in; Western Canada. It is seven fee ioiiger than .Winnipeg's, eight feei longer than Edmonton's and seven reei longer and one foot wider than 3. have 43 snore tHati any other Y. M. C. A. in west .of Ottawa, except Bran- don. 4. Of-the J57.200.00 subscribed 000.00 was -collected before the second call became due. 177 contributors paid up "in full within 90 days after the Campaign-closed. There was less than fyUo.OCKdue -and' unpaid when the sec- ond payment became due in October. was perfectly op'd. leaving us the smallest per cent, shrihlcage in the history of short campaigns in Canada. There was due.on the second payment in Optober and of this has been collected to date. We.are making an earnest appeal for the remainder at once in Border to rush the. building to, completion. We are at least two months ahead in construction of. any M. C. A. building thus erected n Canada. The., membership fees are the same as everywhere else in Western Canada and- the dormitory rents will e a -little .under .that of other places. :h'e dormitory register will be open. the_ Board of Trade build-' ng. There are .three 'features of the lethbridge -building that put it "in a class by itself: (a) The boys" division is absolutely separate from the men's, yet super- vised from the same general office. (JO) The-large-number of ies together with "a membership of COO' win make, the work self-supporting. .Nelson has -100 .members six montlis- after opening the building and we should hare GOO easily. fc'very available "foot of space has been utilized. THE AIXEN PLAYERS PRESENT ZAZA (TO-NIGHj) of Program Every Night This THE ALLEN PLAYERi PRICES CROWS; NEST PASS SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION FranK, Nov. -A meeting of the Urovr> Pass. School Ash soclation" was held in the Methodist church on Sunday afternoon. Georgo i'atUheon .The minutes of the previous meeting were read and pished. Ways and means as to the best method, of extending .the work oi' the Sunday school in the- Pass were discussed; Mr: -Hamar, the toMhe Calgary "conventioai, gave his report. It to hold the meeting at on Saturday, next Dec. when the .-general secretary, H.F. Kenny, wilKbe a- ..visitors from Pincher Lundbreolc, Fernie, Hoemer, Cole'm-ui ind the ace present to tvttecd, the dedicatory sendee's at the Cathqlic churcri. >x. 4- t vi. HON. W. S. FIELDING HAS TO QUIT WORK Toronto, Nov. W. S. Fielding- of his doctors, leav'e tiext. Fri- day for Florida, where he will stay until alter Christmas at least." The budget speech will delivered by Hon. faters-on. f T GERMAN HEN EGGS COMING TO CANADA Toronto, Nov. Canadian hen is meeting with competition right here in Toronto, and the imported eggs bear the label, "Made in The Canadian hen, or rather, her product, is protected by an import duty of three cents, a dozen' on eggs. jThis has failed to exclude'competitors, however, as within the last few days i large shipments of eggs have been re- ceived in Toronto from Germany. "Is the Canadian hen played out, is she over-worked, or is her owner get- REV. NORMAN PLASS A beet 27 inches in i Secretary Ballinger says Congress j Two St. Petersburg editors too much money for her eggs? t i- --a reorter asl and that weighed 11 pounds, was tak- en from a garden in Buck. Pa. A steamship lately loaded at Seattle, i Twelve-year-old Tommy Beadle wil] be urged to have the Alaska coali-been indicted for high treason .for pub-ja an importtr. nelds developed, listing particulars of coast fortifica- "Well, I'll tell you a few things. Then-you may form j-our own opinion. We exported Canadian eggs to Lon- Wash., had bales of scrap tin i jumped into deep water in Deal Lake, i Hlmd for three years, Henry Frank- tor maters of Christmas toys in Ham-j.X. J., and supported a younger com-j enneld, of South Bethlehem, Pa., who jburg, Germany, This tin has usually j panion until the cries of both boys'is 81 years old. has had his sight re- fceen simply waste metal at the Puget brought a life-saving crew f.o their sound canneries. rescue. stored fully -by a remarkable operation periormeci in a Philadelphia hospital.' mm don. Bristol, and Manchester. When we found that Russian and German eggs undersold us. we gave it up, and contented ourselves with the home market. There are no exportations from Toronto now, to the best of my knowledge, though there are exporters in the Province. As to prices, we get from the retailers 26 cents a dozen for one quality of -cold-storage eggs, 30 cents for selects and 35 for strictly j fresh eggs. Your grocer, who ought to have a profit of 4 or 5 cents a dozen, will ask 35 or 36 cents a dozen for the select cold-storage eggs. Selects are carefully candled by experts and I pre- H You are just about to commence the season's programme of ing parties, social events, etc. Why not look your best "Why let your complexion suffer by contrast -srith other ladies'? Why not en- sure a good complexion You can do this on spund natural lines by using Zam-Buk, nature's herbal balm. Zam-But is skin food; and complexion That yellow tinge gives place to the pink of I_T_ and the -white velvety and '.'feel" which healthy skin, ahould hare. Isn't this wiser than relying upon talcom'. powder and cosmetics? These only put on _ a "complexion" from the outside. Ife doem'fc last Zam-Buk helps nature to biiild up complexion from blood and tissue. It lasts It won't rub off! Be vrice as WJ as womanly Let Zam- Buk help you to look your real beat! purely a matter of ekin health, Zam- and the vhite velvety "look" and Buk Biueared ligfatly ovef the face, each night, acte as akin tonic. It stimulates the cells beneath the cuticle to healthy action, makes the capillaries and blood vessels work, and the vigorous circulation, thus started, carries away secreted impurities. Waxy, sallow deposits are'thus removed. Hard pimply growths are softened and disappear. Zjun-Bui cwres FJDB dixeawea, vimplee, ulcers, blood-poison, eruptions, cute, bums, scalds chapped wadp piles, etc. 50o bos, all dragyiste stores, or Zam-Buk Toronto. fer them 10 the ordinary eggs from the farm. I am not speaking of tbe farm eggs that come guaranteed, but of the general purpose farm variety, so to speak." German eggs can be laid down here in a week, so distance doesn't count! for much. The Ru.ssion egg. however, may not joia 'in the invasion. i Returns and Surrenders to the-Fed- eral Authorities at Boston T. Nov. Dr. Norman .Fiass, former President, of the Wash- burn College, Topeta, Kan., and until two mentis ago the head of she Pte-j deemable Investment oi this) city, which' was raided last month by die surrendered to thef federal- autnorities to-day and pleaded j not guilty to a warrant liimi with the use of the mails in scnerne to defraud. Fiass crossed .the con- tinent from B. C., to face the j cnarses. j The Investment Com-i pany wag organized three years ago j by Plass and several of his and ii was stated that the company neld a controlling interest in severai mining- and timber properties in the- West. Government otficers in the raid on October 13 also arrested Charles H. iJrooKs. formerly of Kiasas, the man- ager, on a. similar charge to that ag- ainst Plasa. An hour after Plass surrendered here -he was released on X3.000 bail, pending action by the Federal Grand jury next week. Rev. Norman Plass was the pastor of ine former Vine Street Congrega- tional Church in Cincinnati, i'or sev- eral years, preceding Rev. Herbert WILL RUN IN YALE Vancouver, Nov. Conserva- tive convention at Spence's Bridge has nominated Alexander Lucas as canr-iclat-e for the legislature for Yale constituency at the bye-election caus- ed by Premier McBride's resignation of the seat. It is probable that a poll will-'-be declared for either a week from Thursday or Saturday. The Imperial Oil Co. NOVEMBER 1st.-1910 We quote tfte following prices.for. iron-bound, hard-wood EMPTY BARRELS F. 0. B. WINNIPEG Barrels subject to our inspection as to classification and deductions for breakages. BEFJjVEP OIL Coal Oil. Engine Kerosene, Gasoline, Naph- tha, .Benzine, Mineral Seal and Turpentine Barrels................................ TIRST-CLASS COMMONS Machine, Harvester, Engine, Cylinder, Valve. Paraff'ine. Neutral and all other -.Lubricating Oil Barrels (except Black and Signal, Lard, Neatsfoot, Castor and Condensed Oil Barrels SECOND-CLASS COMMONS Black, Car, Fuel, Gas, Crude. Harness. Seal, Fish, Raw and" Boiled Linseed Oil Barrels., HALF BARRELS .75 Deductions: Broken Staves, 20c; Broken Heads, 25c. insure prompt returns for barrels, it is im- portant that notice, with shipping receipt attached showing kind and number of barrels, be mailed us day shipments are made. The Imperial Oil Co. Limited PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. BIG INCREASE OF 'IMMIGRATION FIRE STILL BURNING IN THE FRANK MINE i-'rank. Xov. fire which broke out in the old mine and reported in Saturday's issue is. still burning. Stoppings are being put in, in the airways to cut off all air from the firo area, and every effort is being made to get it extinguished. In the mean- time all the miners who work in that part of the mine UFC idle. After using imported Welsh coal fpr nearly fifty years, the Xew York fire department has found that selected fuel from Indiana develops greater en- in its engines. Ottawa, Nov. the first; four months of the liscal year- ending July 31, immigrants arrived in Csna'da, as compared with for the corresponding rour months of 1909. Ameri- can immigration jumped from to while immi- gration through ocean ports, increased from 49.flgl' lo S5U, or an increase of one nmidred and two per cent. JJtirmg July a'lone im- migrants arrived in as against for July 1903, ah increase of 57 per cent. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS ..Are you aware of the large number'off fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy'en the prairie and will thrive there year after }7ear, getting more beautiful every year? We can send yon. a selection of twelve varieties j- three years old, that will all bloom'this coming summer and air will be "-J at different periods from spring un- til fall. selection includes Lilacs, Snow- bails, Spireas, Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Dcutzias, Honey- suckles.'etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three, years regular, value This selection, all express charges pre? paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, E. 0.