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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETJIBKIDCF DAILY Will be sold at heart-breaking MORROW, Wednesday, ONLY, we will offer what is left in BOY'S SUITS in sizes 25 i A At Aiiy With such a SAVING ADVANTAGE as this Sale affords we look forward to a very busy day tomorrow. Surely that expec- tation is warranted when such an excep- tional value is being offered. There are 62 Suits in this lot sizes for 5, 6, 7 and small 8 year old boys. 14 Sailor Sj knickers; a- good heavy navy ;i-SB These Suits are Well Made Serviceable models suitable for good hard SCHOOL WEAR. The materials and Scotch Tweeds, and Worsteds in Greys, Brown, New Greens, Blues, etc.. As for the qual- ity of materials and workmanship, we have carried Boy's Clothing long enough for the Mothers of Lethbridge to know they can rely on MACLEOD'S GOODS. So self evidently unusal are these bar- gains that we omit any more argument only once more remarking i and Boy's Suits size 22 to25 All Going At The Great Clothiers of the Great West Look for our Ad. loraor- Special fcmrt bale OH for BOYS 8 TO 12 YEARS. ro Don't Forget Ike Sale of Superior NATIONALISTS DO NOT LIKE THEM Financial Provisions of the Home Rule Bill Lonilon, Oct TORES FORGED THEM TO RETREAT London, Oct. despatch the Chronicle from Constantinople- avt, (.lie Ftalians arc reported to hi t in lereil serious reverses outside Tripoli diflLiLiic-. While on :i es have: arisen between the they advanced too far from then bise nient tht. fiish supplies and came in contact j tlie financial piousions or the Home wild the Turks, who forced Itilnns j I Hule Bill; on ill other points iheie j to retrcai, leaving 100 dead on tie j is pr.'icucally an agreement." The Irish j Held. parliament is to consist "of two" elect-j--------------------------- led chambers mil ON MURDER CHARGE i largely reduced is to bo mimt lined Out., Oct. smsplc- at I lie lush gmern- meat is to imc control 0F rohrc id-. ministration ulnch tht, Na PPPSC EAST MIDDLESEX WILL HIM ion that he is the man wanted for the murder of Frank Vonle. T.t Moose K'Juw, Sask., several months ago t! I authorities at Flint, Jlich., took Fred i Middleton, alias Frank Mil' ei into I custody yesterday. According to the j Flint police, Middleton, who Is only; 2l years old, 'became involves.'in1 a quarrel with Veale over a girl arid S3CK25- Nov. is the time tb make-" reser- vation 'for Fjill and Christmas sail- ings Unexcelled accommodation tr Tl ho Class Pass fingers. Closed loom I ar-jj-e, new, twin-screw steamers. Sjiccial railroad fares in connection with ocean tickets to 'd Line Canadian Service. S.S. -Oct. 7; .S.S. "Ascan- ia Oct.. 21; S.S. Nov. 4; S.S. Nov. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New SIS. December 2nd. 'For further information-. apply to any Steamship or Hail way Agent. II 15. Lidinan, General Agent, Canadian West 445 MAIN WINNfPEG MUSIiANDDRAMA "Forty-Five Minutes' From Broadway" asked' the other" driy which ono of his many, productions had 'scor- ed the biggest "hit on the American M. Cohan, the "Yankee Uoodle as he is pop.iila.rly known, without a. moment's hesitation replied Mfnu'tu From that suifiy Is .my one best bet." Thin is certainly say- ing a, great-deal for amcnc Cohan's works are included "Fifty Miles From "Little Johnny "George Wftstilnffton'Jo.v" and half a dozen others. the lute nrid gy. Rob, however cventrfttllr proves hlmadtr-a 'heroiarul1. IB 'promotfe'd for" iiis good work Lnto a OLild fa if) a dramtttic1 story: 'of regain- ed hanpine-ss tlirmigh the tic chart hinds." "A Domestic' o roaring comedy which1' ca no5 IMia foilsjoiag pro- hr -which; ib on tcinighfj is a most interesting one Nature: Mine. Lilliau Nordics is n0ted for lier sweetness oC disposition U is said that slis luown to.lcue her temper Jn tart the diva gives as recipp foT the preserva- tion of youth and "Kofep' good nuturcd." Her own ant to that motto wat ttrifcingly, at i an 'afternoon 'ihfl save in' Washington D C fe'V from Broadway atrc on Wednesday, Oct, L'S -by a cap- allmy Mme lie shot ami killed his rival. Middle NEWSPAPER j London. Oct. -.is amiou itlmta meeting of the wecuthc of ton suys It is a case of raistakon-ldoii I the East Middlesex. Conservative s- i j sociation will be held 'this, week when j _________________ i lliR matter of opening up the ccnsfit.- piency to give lion Wliitc mfnte- i tcr of finance a Beat will hr dealt j with, Tfae Fice Press sajs thnt the I mime of Mr. 'will be bly received and that the fdrmci ne taking no notice of the being raised by a few portie11 in JJordica arrived? an ncl'tod i are now being filled at the box office. A. Southard's Residence j. fomQrrow at 10.30 a.m; TEN-CENT Will Bt W Paris hshod to Deal po n OcL J ..-Pans w, 1 have in the pnrod d i nowspapsr ot the present It to bo called Le Journal Inl'ormtiom! Winnipeg, Oct. Pi'osd says iliis-afterapon .that the minister of railways has orrlfvrfid to; stop on thp Hudson's I lay Railway. A 3iib- contractor named McMillan, who has a gang, of seventy-five me i ni ling Just -beyond -the 1'as. jxayiiis olT h'is nien on instriictioiifl-from Eho contract- 01 I U ami Co. f v u making snch 'a big hit wKh jwings they enjojed the concert and 'f I niRht, and it will be followed hy Sid- jband, VV Vounj, fn'ay Drew's fiiijny comedy entitled count-on their otea that White will be elected cl.imatlon if the sent is opened ,up Peter likely go to the senate. GSAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Oct 17 w lit it cemher openod 9o '4 closed Mn, bid, opencdi.100 7S cloflrd 101 1 I May, opened 100 IS closed 100 3-1. opene'd 4! dosed 42 7-S; Kovember opened -II 3-8, closed II Uecembei oponpd W. .closed 39 1-1; May opened -12, closed October opened "2) closed 223; November optaied 221 rloutd "20. Nortncin 100 3-1, 2 Nurtliorn OT 1 2 3 Noitheru No i 1-2, No i 1 2 No b 77, I Feed 70 I-2. ,'I4, Xo. n. W. -U. Bs. 1 Feed Feed 40 'J I-'oed :t8. 70, He- Jectpd 55, KeoiMO I N U American 'Wheat op'-iu d jlOU, filovicd 7-8; May opened 113 JS-S, closed ii: H ojioned 1. Icloaed 100 l-t; May opened liH l-, IdoBMi 101 7-S; July'opened'99 'cloECil 100 fairs from a strictly internalio 11! i standpoint, and an international ad- visory editorial board, to meet o'ice i a year, to consider the policy m icl.udos Lord W'eardale for Great Ilri- I George Brandes for Dnni r1 Count-Albert Apponyi, for land Haroneiss Von Sutner for Uistni i Theodore Stftnton, an American join innliirt. is to be editor. t PURIFIED-' BL009 Or. IVlorsc'a Indian Root PfUt r. Yfilton'n night Father nad the TJoyo wlK 'be offered. All if the plays mentioned 'are of the h'igh- test claes known to thpea hamiliar with things.theatrical. As to tho company, Ji'mnnbciu UJclc Madame Sherry Fortune's vagan-aa theatrically of- fer "a fresh in tho recent Romuwbiit st irtling return to the big' ypot. lights of Ne-v Yorka Broad- ncorye AV. Lcdero.1 Lederer, all of whom Mr. Khenna-n has JBhout seven veari aso, giving JUSTICE CHAMPAGNE DEAD Toronto, Oct. deatli oc- curred hero today nfler a nrlcf UluoBS :of Justice L. N'. Champagne, of the Superior courL at Hull. Ueceancd; jwho born In ISfiO .leaven a widow iaud a family. Tlie widow is a sister jof HIH 'nte Senator Ctevrer of St. I Honiface. A SPLENDID GIFT Cillgiiry, Ori. f. l.owea, wolt estate man, lins ?td.- to I.lio Calsary V. SI. C. A. Wltci the sewers of tht Lidn tid skin clogged up, the jload quickly becomes impure and frenncnUv sires h'rtak out over tlie body, rii-wa? to lic.il them, as Mr. Richard AVilson, who lives near London, Out., found, U to purify the Miud. lit writes: "For seme time I had tn dcpre-iscd condition.. My oppet'te me h'nd T soon began to suffer from indi- gestion. a number of small .wra mil blotclics formed alfover my sUtn. I tried mrdicice ffir tlie blood nnd raed many tinds ol oinliiioilx, but without wtisiactory rcsiills. .Whnl wni wanted waf a thoroiiRh clcaiisisijv of Ihe mid I kxifced nbout itt vain for come medi- cine that would accomplish this, At lir.l Dr. Morse's Indian Root were brought lo tny and they nil nf the. mast wonderful medicine! I lun tvsr known. My blood wo purl' In very shott tim'e, sors3 healed upt y MlccMiM vnnislitit They a place in my home and are looke-l upoii M the family remedy." Dr. Morse's Indi.in RoM Pills the 'syllem llwrougllly. SuM icakr3 tl 25c a i secured a--' great expense, making It JHroadway about i icoi e of Successful ione of the" best companies of its kind .musical all of which ever nEsembled in the west. Kaeli play to be put on during the three days' will be staged 1n a most thorough manner and those who like to see a. good- play, well I nhoifld not fail to secure their flea la {for the opening, performance of Brown 'of Harvard on Thursday evening. Oct. 1 9th. Seats are now on sale for each performance and should be secured i In advance. They are on sale at Ho- !chon'.s Confectionery store. A spec- iliil nialintw .will be given on Satur- day nr.d Ihe play for nmtlnno will he announced laler. At thfi Lui-eka .Anoilier hoiijt. HirntJ onl !o: :-ee piciure playa at the i'.ureka lKbi- Three csi-fllftnt teaiiiresj more than iiie.vj-.Ml! every pats-r.n. "Tlie Here- 1 lict .ln'vrli'.i'h Holi l-'InneR-jti n- rnuorler of dissipated irails, nulKi the last slraw on Ili-s Managing Kdi-, tor's (orebcai'iincc, when he shows up' musical, piece, and is'igain Uie'tapst of: aH' the. com- edy producers of the tcwn Ma- dame -'ihe' the return seorlne tte biggeit native -aticcwas of the pasf twenty1 years. wH! he played here Dj the New York New Amster dam" Theatre Company on Monday and Tuesday the M.ajer.tic TheHtre. wer CHESTE ;