Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbt'idg-e Daily Herald. September S. B. 'All "Wool. Dark Gravs and Brown Stripes, suitable for Avi.nter wear, taken from our "wholesale dept. "To clear at ____ S. "B. Da.rk Brown Strip.ed and 'Cheeked- Wor- sted, the new style ojxj-aeket, tins week. o for S. B. Genuine Scotch o-ray. pepper and salt, 'just the time ahead, and nothing to beat it-fdr wear. for. j S. B. D. B. Scotch Tweefl Gray Stripe Wool Serare soniet-lah-o: snappy. -S22 for. .J JL. i V S. B. Brown Shadow Stripe. West of Eng- land Tweed, .silk .sei'o-e .stylish., S30.0C for 7 j B. D. B. Gray Herri ngb one Striped .Wor- sted, all special this week, for 3 in 1 h 1U 100 Gray..Striped ''Change 0' collar, silk mo- hair lined sleeves, -a very special purchase, reg. Our price 50 8.B. Croats in Oxford Gray Herringbone Stripe, silk serge lining, made -with, unbreakable fronts, regular Our price 50 Bark Gray "Metropole" diagonal stripe, veiy stylish of the. ordinary, regular Our price 25 "Holroyds" London Smoke. shadow stripe. 52 inches long, plush pockets, silk serge lining, reg. for 25 "Holrovds" Best English Melton, raw edsre, pure silk velvet collar, silk "serge lining.. 52 inches.long, regl for Ask to see our 'Change 0? and 'Metropole5 Coats. We have arranged on our tables throughout the store 300 Men's Suits in all the new- est .styles, colors and fabrics. The whole to clear at regular to BBANDON FARMERS AR GETTING TOO .MUCH RAIN. f Brandon. Sept, rains give -.rise to fears of damage to -the wheat .crop. A period ..wet w.eather is promised ahd tne grain" is .in danger -of .bleacliing. -ploughing will be "materially helped, however, if the weather clears.up in reasonable time. .Reports sfcow that-three'liiradred-men axe needed "for -harvesting .operations in ,-this district! and the shortage is. -cJtie' largely .to the" lack of information xegar-ding the needs of the farmers. Av-cir-calar oil excursion trains "stated; that only fourteen men I "were- needed and -consequently 'the workers -have gone west. The same .scarcity of .-workers is reported- in the -building- trades. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Declares It Open Makes Pleasing Address To Large Crowd Sir Wilfrid Laurier yester-iay de- would not therefore earn him undying clart-d the Gait Hospital open to "Txs.Sauu CSSTAITCTV the public, being "presented with- an ad-dress by the board oi managers through P. L. Naismith, vict-chair- man, and making a short but fitting speech in reply. lie was- received at the Nurses! Home by P..L. Xaisniith, Dr. F. H. Mewburn and by Miss McDermid, the iady superintendent.. From the homcj he went, to the old-building and visit- ed, all chatting for a iew moments with the patients. Accom- panied by Messrs. Naismith, .view- burn, 'and Miss IttcLemiid he then looked the new builtiintr. inspect- ing the wards, public and private, sun rooms, operating; rooms and otlier ap- fame, was yet recognized hy Him who upwards the giver of a glass of water to the weary and needy. He congratulated Sir Alexander's son, Mr. E. T. 'Gait, the .city of Let-h bridge, and ih-e managers of the hos- pital upon the- example they are giv- -ing to the rest of Western Canada in erection of the noble structure in tile siCa, rich and Door could and .succor and'help. He paid a tri- bute of admiration to the nurses who he said were .sivino; their lives noble work of caring for the sick. "It is my honor and privi- he concluded. "'10 declare this hospital The following is the address read and presented to Sir Wilfrid bv Mr. There is "nofhin? msVe? a man more disagreeable vsth and those around him than a pair of shoes. 'Slater Shoes Sit .vi-th ease and comfort, 'from the .first time you gut them on. your feet. I have the SLATER SHOB in every last. and leather to 56 a pair. The Slater Shoe hasn't an eaual. SOLE AGENT Taylor, of .the C.P.R..'several of aldermen ?nd others inspected ftae building at the same time. From I the_first landing of the broad stair- way, 10 the crowd which -had beer, admitted below, he delivered his re- marks in reply to ihe 'addrrss read A BEAUTY STONE There are many grades in diamonds. A large stone might be of little Value and a small stone might easily be of great all in quality. Diamonds should only be bought from a firm, who have a practice and thorough exper- ience and knowledge of them. We have macie the jewelry business a life study, with dia- monds a pet line. We offer exceedingly low prices and our personal guarantee goes with every stone. E.A.EWEBT JEWELER, Round St. oi managers managers, LadifS and cor.sidfr myself very fortunate in-i idwrf to be accorded "the honor of op- j !cninp: this hospital. Sixteen years! j-ago I visited also the hospital" then! i in exisTf-nee. Tuere were thfrt seven 1 jpatien'is in the hospital, I remember i The day vm- and I remember; lone poor man lay suffering jplioid fever, i though- bv his aonear- ance that he is almost rit-ad, but-t-hei 1 nurse told nu- ihat There u-p're verv THE MEN'S WAN Next-to Eureka Theatre Round St Know that ii lie did Vf-covt-r it wa.s through the caio of the. matron. and oni-, miqht befn the result bad bi-en no such place the hospital for hha TO to co to and c-arc lit- did receive. i lie was glad to know thai the name i of Sir Alfxan'der Gall was connecu-il i with the hospital. As a student, of C'a'nadian History he had i-.irlv If-arr." thp worfh of that man. whose was linked with nf Sir -'ohn A j Macdonald and other A; j ConfederatiGTi in laying- the founda-j ions-of ihft- prp-sont Dominion, and who, in -that con'nvctiou, had earned j fhc 'of a' jraidul people, j But the work which he has done in flaying the foundations oi this hospi-1 1 _j- -----------.11.- i______ 4 j wn. wujir jitju nuuun oi out- 'side of Uw city of JLethfaridge, and Of Teaching Music..by the, will be given by MISS MAY p. MCGREGOR m W rooms .of the Garbutt Business College ALBERTA ELK., RpUND.ST.. Saturday, Sept. 3 AT 4 P.M. As many as .can possibly at- tend, are invited to do so. Night Selioo OPEXS OX Tveei. Evenin Sept. All information on application to GEO. J, SCHMIDT, Principal Garbutt Business Coiiegc P. 0. Box 1291 Pfi Office 1315; Resi- dence 1458 To The Right Honorable. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier. Of" Canada The Board-bf Management of the Gait Hospital are deeply indebted to you .for-.consenting.to open the first, we hope, additions to the main building of the Gait Hospital. The caring, of the sick and afflicted in a new country is .one of the diffi- cult questions to be dealt with, and in this respect- the citizens of Leth- bridge have received very generous aid from the and both of whom have been engaged in development wbrlc in Southern Al- bena. In the year 1SS5, we started with a very small wooden building and on its site in 1891 the late Sir Aiexaa- der T. Gait erected the existing; main i building- and by his will left an en- dowment to the institution which now amounts to forty thousand dol- lars. In recent years the Hospital has been overtaxed, as its patients are j drawn from a territory attending out j fully 100 miles from Lethbridge. j Through of Mr. El- j liott Gait we were able to add the j Nurses' Home to. the institution, and j two years ago he offered to donate for the first addition, provid- ed in an equal amount- This, the generously did, and the building you HEATON, N.D. are about to open is the result, j though we may add, it has cost Killed, Several injured, and eral thousand dollars more than, con- j Scarcely a Buiiding Left Stand- l-f-mpiated, and we are pleased to say j jno- it is free from indebtedness. t We'would "like to point out that j carrineton, N. D. Sent 1-4 Cv- .he plans were prepared by a New [done at four o'clock this'afternoon al- who has made p spec- j most completelv Heato iah.vot hospital work, having design-lsraal] statioil twen-tv'miles west'of ed the weil known ivlount femai Hos- rs-, NOTrSAIISFIED Construction of Is Not Progressing Fast the citv of'Lethbridge would join equal amount. This, the citv !CYCLONE WIPES OUT Vancouver.. Sept. .candidly, 11 am ;not' satisfied with' the "progress made on the British Columbia section of ;the G-..T. P. -When I visit- ed Prince Rupert a year ago the con- tractors told me that on my next visit I would be able to travel to" Kitzlas Canyon by rail. Upon. my present visit, however, I found that the road was only built to a point fifty milss'i from .-the Canyon. The trouble is. the contractors cannot get enough labor- ers." This was the statement made by 'Charles M. Hays, .president of the Grand Trunk Pacific, who arrived on the Prince George late-this afternoon. here from the mao. have rea-liijinois< who .liUiHg .rt.U3U.LK WilS Kil is not expected to require- Barber, a merchant. Pita! of that city.- and we for its size. merits and other hospital meats, of anv in America. There is a great and Rood work to be performed in this buiWing, and in opening ft for the good of humanity, we feel proud that it is to be done by the Premk-.r of Canada, and Alfson, of there visiting his killed, and the iiour, and all contractors provide ;.cell.ent and although.- agreeably surprised at'the strides'made at Prince Kupert. shared Mr. Hays' view on the delay in railway construction and its cause. MILITARY REVIEWED ON ANNIVERSARY OF SEDAN Sepu emperor's au- tumn review on Templehof field of the garrisons of Berlin and Pots dam'took' place Jftodax, the anniversary of the battle" of Sedan of 1870, wheii the German army of commanded by Emperor William I. overthrew the French under Napoleon III, Machon and Wempffen. Today's manoeyers were participat- ed in .by 30.000 men of all arms in- cluding the Household regiments, the brilliant spectacle being witnessed bv a.-large number; of'.distinguished for- eigners. Ross Murphy, of Bass -River, Brunswick, a brother' of Miss 'Mary arrived in the city this morn- ing with a Walter Jones, of the same place, and is'spending a'dav or two in the city visiting his sister and after a short stay left for Victor- to B.C. ia. He s-'a Smithers, accom chairman anied '-by Alfred of the 'board of directors, and other officials. After their visit to the .provincial capital i they will go -to Seattle, returning here' on Sunday or Monday when Mr. Hays' private car awaits the party, which will- then east over the P. R. you of the employ. ment of Asiatics on the Mr. Hays was asked.' "That, question rests with -the peo- ple of British: Columbia. The people of that province know whether they a merchant and Mrs. A. R. i wa.nt Asiatics emnioved on railroad Hirrlour, wjfe of the station agent construction or was his non are. -badly injured. commitTal reply. Questioned vrnether conditions in as to i pecially in-the person of the RiRhtlwere "badly wrecked. All All other .buildings Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier. I 01 wires are idown, and other details other than Signed at -.Lethhndge this 1st above are not obtainable to-night September, A.D., 1910. P. L. XAISMITH, Vice-Chairman, The Board of agers, The Gait Hospdtal. There v.-as a large crowd of both sexes present to hear the premier and _ alter the hospital had been J Al" open, they took the opportursitv of insnectirfcc it-. from Carrington hastened Doctors I t Lv burst preceded the cyclone and but three or four houses are left standing. TORONTO'S POPULATION BUSH FIRES SOUTH DAKOTA Deadwood, S. D., Sept. S to the statements of tie official here lost night the best timber sec- jtions in the Black Hills are being _____ hy fire that is now raging Toronto, Sept. assessment of i'.? five different places. Monday's the. dry just completed shows the pop- f''re wvls no sooner controlled than nlation is about, an increase ones brokfi out at Red Fern -'at .j'lrinjr the past year while the jDumcnte. Peak and As- assessors are believed ;o do their work tec- They are burning fiercely. properly and carefully it. is always j------------------------ felt around The city hall that their po'p- f 01 ED OF SMALLPOX ulation figures average per- cent.) Toronto. Sent. Sawden of actual number and it is? 5 Listowel, died of smallpox in that less than the therefore considered reasonable allow- f town, havin contracted the disease ing tor this to put the present popula- Ifroin some lumberman on Lake Huron tion of Toronto at whom he treated during his vacaS.