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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta YVKDNKSOAY, SKPTKMHKH II. IMS the r.F/rmminnE daily uva\a*h PAGE seven LIST OF FAL Li TER WEAR OUR MEN'S SUITS q and OVERCOAT Unequalled for Value MEN'S SUITS A FEW OF OUR LEADER8 op t\n .-sI'ITK ill lini'.vii t wends and mixtures. A ZlKUl/ si.if for r'-.-il hard wear ami will stand up well. j |� *\/\ SI'ITS. Hark and light grey woi'Htcds, neat. ud*\j\3 checks in brown- and greys, grey with fine haiilim siripcs, clr.. etc. Ofi Z.0 tiri'v win stemi, brown and mixed t ni' ,111 ported i li.jh'i Ifeally superb clothing 10'cry it--:: allli' and color ill si uck. 30.00 MEN'S OVERCOATS llVKIirilATS Urcy and llinwn Chinchilla I I ;.|-with lii'llid hacks and exti.i full shirts. At. I'rii'n i from x�'� r.ii in .................... oVi;U('OATS In � x'ra heavy Ufrcls. etc.. In all (iilm.'i. A vi iwidi- rani'.'. Mostly wnli Icdicd �} r* AA bucks and  haw I chatiioh lni"i|; .i In a'.pi'.u! lim- extra deep fur collar A rial li-a ii i \ only a limit � � r 1 ii'.iinla'r ,i'......................... Mens t'.lark Hue, Overcoat*-. mad" of No I ipiality llus.ilali dogskin. Absolutely weatherproof. \/.f-~, etc.. and mad': of re liable- tweeds and v.or:;!"'!*. .-izes 25 to -j ft f\f\ at priceM rantriiiK from ?:i.uii io....... 1 JaUv Sizes lo at price. ram;im-. from, �yj QQ YOUTHS' SUITS T,.vo and Dip  pi'-i e suits, made In tin lai'-o inn li-back style. al.,n '."Itial. in a bit; varb't y o' coloi-car.-, � p; ici. ...... ........... LITTLE BOYS' " JERSEY SUITS Mai!" of t;ooil cashmere yarns and fasl colors, in n.nv. hri>wii and I ai'dnia!. sizes 1'" L'U and A A A �M. ;,,,-..............4.UU BOYS' COMOUROY KNICKERS 1'or bard, roui'.h wlDi o|n n l;ti> � aim in fawn . olor only, sI/i-j L'"i io L"-. prli >. per pa ii . . ................. BOYS' CORDUROY BLOOMERS Finish'd with p.ii'tit (ioM'iuoi- tastenei c-. m a lirmui color, .-i/e to :c, A Of price .......................... Cl*�tO BOYS' BLOOMERS In i',\e, i- and luii-ii'.!' ,u a luc r.'.tii;.- o: color iid; i. .- i/es i'l io :;| pi.c d. ty An up I rem.......................... ldn\J\5 BOYS' OVERCOATS : color, very durable. -1 AT sl7e r: to 11. price ..................... l..L,o Hoys' School Si-.irts, a heavier weight titan aliove. in dark Krn-y. price........ BOYS' UNDERWEAR ;, Do.'. W-!' : 3.00 (;.. i-.v. i.-j- ma>i in �. .n,. til.. ..! it-, and I., v :. .-lz � I. 1.50 1.75 2.00 1.50 BOYS' FALL AND WINTER CAPS In vi ',i,i.N ar.'l Womteil-' -ill colors mail-with '.it- "At-te inner band . -i.'s - -1 a [* '-1 . p: i-. s up f i om...........ItLdO BOYS' SUSPENDERS I'll. ieir- \ ' a liv.hnwitflit. 35C Tin- Diovt.l. I'olice, extra sooui- make, made .............30c We are Boys' Headquarters for Southern Alberta SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW m (fompanu. ���.* . tu�lmci. iiosii rONniiiiontk RR �STM MEN'S WARM WINTER WEARABLES Buy Now While Our Stocks are Complete SHIRTS \'o ;,n|. .\1> n'; Wnii; Shirts, made or a dark rie. n 'lila: . flanii'-l. s.ioil v.eiirhl. �-!,: \ Slurts oi prim . i;iii.;liaiis, oxfurds. pi rial";-, t-ie. in stripe, and I.ue .1- simis. either son ,, stiff . nffs I'lice lioin .ea\\ rihleil a (f|� '...ol, S'ar.fiel is make, all sizes, per - nil .. 4��>U S'airleld's "(Hue Label" ('omhitia' Ion Fiiilcnvixir ,,eri/'U,t '" ..................... 6.50 "..................... 7.00 SWEATER COATS \ -.;'- in--sal line nf Uic-e of a ni"diuu> \mukIi' ..oh military collar, ia colors navy, nia [" A A loon ate! f.i'.sit Sir Whidi, in tint second dis-irict, who wa* �i>]iohui1 by former FonKro-iuinan Daniel j. MitGilllcudtly, whom ho defeated two yearn ago, Iu (roauiiil hid plurality from 547 to w�ll ovur 2S0O voten. I'or tho Htato Bonute. tho Itnpuhli-cans aiun-nr to havo elected 30 of their candidates, as iiKiiliul one Democrat, a nut k�Iu for tho Uopuhllcnns of four; whllu the hotieu, tho romiitK year, pridutbly will ho ooiiiposod ot IU Uopiihllcausi and S3 Oomnttruis, a tun Republican gain of lour seats. 10 CONFER ABOUT later from frost mil not have isc means to hu> the ah.-ar ihej re,|i:ir.-I'hese and other icst'eis will be i.ik | ell lip al tile c.illfel i'lii'i' iu Iteitina SEED AND FEED FILTRATION PLANT STEEL WORKERS TO GET INCREASE Sydney, N. S, Sept. 11.-Nova Scotia �teel workers are asking for a tjoneral wage inr.rease of ten por cent, for all workers now receiving nioru than $3.50 a day anil 20 per cent, for msn netting The prospect of success Is aaid to bo good. Kdinonion. r.opi. 11 -lion Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, left Sunday to attend a conference hciny, hold at Itofclnn, Tuesday, in .coiinei Hon with tho seed Kialn and feed sit nation. Officials of tho western pro vinces are meeting a represontativo of the Dominion department of agriculture to go into this serious ipics-Hon. It is expected that (hero vtil! be sufficient wheat ill the west lo provide seed for the coiiiiiiK year, hut with regard to oats and barley, tin-problem may not be so readily solved The feed .situation tit some pans o.' the province may he very serious ami mi;ny letters havo already been received by the department of agricul lure asking if the government will provide help for the Icrmer-i who are trying to winter their work horses, etc. Anror4ffig to the regulation* no grain is allowed to be .shipped out of tho province without a license, hut many who have suffered in the early part of the spumti Av.m drouuhl and ; __ i ; "* i 1 The new city fil't.uiou plain is mak- ; inir gold No better evidence uf ibis � Jean be obtained than the sanitarv in ' speclor's report in the analysts of tltc water fat:.pies To' rcpori of the [ anulysii follows: I mi im.'. the jietiei beginning May 1st and ending Ati.nsr :dst. fitivoii.-.samples of water taken from the -v.-. tntn iipiowu have been exaiuini'il. not one of which showed any eiideiuc of i onlaininatiou. and the average mini , bur of bacteria per cubic centimeter was seven. | During the same period, of five nam- i plea taken direct Horn the river, lour | showed evidence of contamination and i the average number of bncteria per 1 cubic centimeter was about fi.OOU. I Ktlimmum, Sept. 11 lion Ceorge IV .Smith Monday tiiornhtg received the plans for the service building and infirmary of the tubercular hospital that js being established in liiilish I'olunibia. II is intended to Im Id lln-Alberu hospital at Hov.::-: s ".!".�'; the same lines as (he Traniuiilh' hospital ami the plans w, re siibmii'-il lo Mr Smith for Itis consideration in that respeif ll is the intention of tin- Ilomiiiiuii and provincial authorities to have a conference to consider '.Peso plans before any final decision is made, and it l.; also intended in invite iho beads of the ' ubiTrtilar mstiiii-tlon. oi the west t i this conlereiice. In this v,ay use can be made of their luactical experience In munaguii' bos pitals under similar conditions. .Vi', Smith does not expect that there will be uiu.-'a actual work done on the hos-piul before spring, as il lakes lime to arrange the details of such a big bchenie. The original estimate of cost for the Hoimcss hospital was MOO,OOP, of which the provtnio is to pay I2OH.O0O. j SWITCHED HATS WITH 1 THE MURDERED MAN! \ ailcolll "I'. Sepl III. thiol of I'o- ' I lice was informed last night j by l-:. V Miller, thai Cap!. Iltigli Owen . j Jones, found murdered in Seattle on 'I Sunday, lived In Vancouver for some , jtime. Mr. Miller stated that the hai I found near the body, with the inltiuls I 11 I'M. on the band, had been his hat. He had accidentally switched hats ; with I'api. Jones one day and when it was found out. ho told the captain to keep it as lie was tired of wear-I I us It liie T" was put in for a "V, I said Mr. Miller. IE FIGHT POLITICS' ADJOURNED FOR HIM Old I nele tleorge is a typical old-tiino Kentucky negro ami a firm He publican, but things are happening ing too swiftly for him, and this is hoiv he unburdened his soul to his "old master": "Vou know, Marse .looms, 1'se always been a llepublican ever ainen I was born. but. believe me, from now on i'se a Democrat and a Wilson num. 1st; for any man that's so smart thai ho can add an hour's daylight to the day and can lake all the railroads from iheir presidents and give them lo his son-in-law. I slio' am going to bo a Democrat."-l.ifu. Amsterdam. Sepl 11 - Kniperor William, in replying to a message from the lierinnn National Soldier�' Vnlou. is quoted by the Cologne (Jazetle as �saying: "I am firmly convinced that tn� members of the (Sorman soldiers' UB-ion will exert all the powers of their personal influence in support of tltii home iron! and. like our glorious coin* rades in the field, will not iu the vlei* alludes of war let tlicni.seIves he turned from their will to victory ami steadfastness by the enemy's superior forces and reprehensible methods of combat. BIG HYDRO POWER PLANT. I'elerboro, Out. Sept. It.-Tho Hydro ICIeetric Power commission has notiried the city of its intention to expend iM.'JaO.nou in the erection at Katt-ttoy.s KnllN, Camphollford, of a power plant that will produce from S000 to lo.otiO horse power. The work will begin this fall. 20 68764?2166 ;