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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS. THE LETTTIUtrnfiE DATLY IlERAT.n Monday. August CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACAD1A BLOCK The New Dress Goods NOW ON DISPLAY pleased With lor you to see dent of your appvovnl. .For with wo have picked ajid chosen and purchased, ajul know there is not to he round more worthy and bbauliful representative of the newest and Uost in blacks, colors and fancy effects. Our Mlit Hooptr, who hit eharao this department Is rnaklna speeialt'y of hlgh-clasi tailored fancyjjownii and we urge the advisability of placing your order early. XEWTWEEH SUITINGS In exclusive lengths. to Handsome nciv mixtures that are most popu- lar this season, shown in a great variety of rich autumn.combinations, every ono an exclusive lenn.h and splendid value at the price. Are always favorites. All shades. Extra fine quality chiffon broadcloth, .52 ins. wide, guaranteed permanent finish, colors navy, black, brown, reseda, myrtle, old rose, Copenhagen and grey. BLACK VELVETS- Yerv popular this season, 36 in.. Yd. A beautiful fine duality, sillt finish velvet, suitable for eltner dresses or suits, extra fine close weave, sood vveiRht. Special value at ihe 12.00. HEAVY BLANKET CLOTH For coats'and children's wear uiul per yd. Very warm, pure wool cloth, shown in plain colors navy, cardinal and grey, at per yard.; and handsome plaids in brown and black, cardinal and black at 11.40 per yard. in ol in. width. and All shown Two Special Values in Silks TAMALIXES 50f Lovely even quality, suitable for waists, dres- ses or linings, very serviceable and guaranteed not to cut. shown In a full range of all the wanted colors. 20 ins. wide. An exceptional value at 50c HA.XPSOME DBESPEXS Lovely effects in newest silks for waists, trim- mings and dresses; colors sky. champagne, cream and grey grounds with large and small floral de- signs, soft finish, guaranteed not to cut. Special value Eczema Ts Curable In Every Case Where Our Remedy 'Fails It Is Supplied Free of All Cost. In making this statement we hack it mp with OHV promise that if our. remedy does not substantiate our claim in every particular, we, will without ques- tion or quibble, return every cent you us for it. take all the you take none. We strongly recommend Rexall Ec- zema Ointment, which possesses re- inarkible cleansing, antiseptic, germi- cidal, soothing and Dualities. It is a grayish-white emoiient, with a pleasant odor, and very cleanly .for nse. '.Tbe1 first application produces refreshing sense of relief, and H quickly subsides and the inflammation, irritation nnrt d FIRE BURNED CIRCUS TENT BIG STORM ON ATLANTICCOAST Columbia, S. C., Aug. JOCKEY FACES A SERIOUS CHARGE Charged with procuring Florence Thomas, it pretty Winnipeg; girl, for immoral purposes, Jack Q'Brlen, one of tlio jockeys following tlie on tlio western circuit, was arrested on i Saturday afternoon, and is being held i in (be cells nt (he city police slvu'ion i tor Ills preliminary hearing. The girl herself was taken in charge at the sunc time, and is iu olmrge of the matron nt the Siilvaliou Army home on Foifrteenili street. On Saturday only the chief receiv- ed word from the chief of police at Winnipeg asking; him to try to locate the girl who had disappeared about a month ago. She was believed to have run away with either O'Brien or another jockey by the name of Wells. She had been traced to Kcgina, where she was with O'Brien at the time ol" tlie fair there. Her father, a team- ster, ivas anxious to locate nor and put the matter in the hands of the police. When taken in charge the I tirst denied any knowledge of the lair, hut later made H statement to i Uhief GHlcspie which proved beyond a doubt that she is Florence Thomas, anil the police at Winnipeg were no- tified to that effect immediately. Her lather left yesterday for Lethbri-dso to investigate the matter and to take his daugher hack to her home. According to the amry of the girl, i she had met O'Brien rit fie Winnipeg tair for the first time in i9iu. She met him there again this year, and on his departure to Brandon Fair she followed him at his request. Later she modified this statement and said that she had followed him of her c.wn tree will. She had been with him at Hegfna, Calgary find Edmonton registering; as 'Irs. O'Brien. Coming to 'Letkbridge she registered as Miss O'tlrien. She stated that she had been living with him as man and wife. O'Brien is known to have a wife and child in Winnipeg, a fact which ho admitted to the police. When asked if she would return to Winnipeg to her parents, the girl, refused Jo go, stating that O'Brten'iiad promised to do the right thing'by her. They hp.d had a quarrel in Edmonton, hut made it up. and she said that she would live with him as long ns pos- sible. Florence Thomas is only sev- enteen years old, and i-s a fine looking girl but has evidently1 started out on the wrong track, 6'ut her parents aie j very anxious that1 she return to their roof, where she may be properly guarded against such mistakes in fu- ture. O'Brien appeared before Magistrate Ball this morning f orchis preliminary nearinb, but it was deemed ail vis- able to wait rill Thomas a.'rivcs from Winnipeg before the case is pro- ceeded with. He Is expected to ar- Liberal Mass Meeting AT TABER Friday, Sept 1st SPEAKERS: HON. A. L. SIFTON Premier of Alberta, and W. A. BUCHANAN The Liberal Candidate x See Bills for Particulars God Save the King AUSTRALIAN HOUSE IN A ROW Labor Government Has a Majority of Only One Sydney, .V. S. Aug. 36.-New South Wales Government, at the head of which is Mr. McGowcn, has not lonjs held luhaniage of thr ma- jority of one, which it secured as of a recent bye-election which followed the withdrawal oi the resig- nation handed in when the Premier was en route from Knpland. Riotous scenes occurred today whrn J Mr. Willis, one of the disgruntled j Liberals, was made the speaker of j the House by the Labor which was desirous by this means oi'j retaining its majority. Members ob- jecting to the proceeding called e.icti other "scoundrels" and _. MOVING. .PICTURES. ADVANCED 2 NIGHTS ONLY THE NEW YOKK POLICE FQRCE STUCKUMS: EAST LYNNE (Selig.) MAX: THE ai.USl.CIAX POTS, PANS AXD POETRY A Touring comedy. (Pathe.) rive today an'd the case was thtie- order. Once more the circus holds sway in Lethbridge, making the third visit this! cation by phone and telegraph with, summer from these travelling enter-1 Charleston Savannah, Beaufort and fore remanded till Wednesday morn- tainers 'so dear to tlie Georgetown, which .was Iniorccnied lnS- "rogues. Blows were freely struck and for a rnoiucnt paliden'.onilim reigned. One j member of the Liberal party called: ihe speaker "a .Midas." Finally the i iloiise adjourned amidst intense dis- LIGHTNING T H E FA 3 DOORS OPEN 7.30 1 L Y T H E A T R E Adults lOc This time which .was intercepted Bros.' dog and ponv shmv which forms f f the attraction. Their parade this the morning was witnessed, by large crowds which lined the streets while the procession .passed through the ccast, wa-j not restored thi-s after- noon. In the absence of reports from coast stations the Columbia bureau business ;The Shetland pon-jwas unable 10 determine in what dt- forth a great deal of fa-' rection the storm .is moving. "Accord' rprable comment-as.1 they were (0 the storm is r.ot the.--finest lot of; ponies which have-., .WeHt mrfian it when present. In, Lethbridge for It Is intended to be applied THE LETTER BOX A CORRECTION Royal View, Aug. HJditor Lethbridge Herald: Dear Justice to the man- has been endeavoring to force an Iron monkey wrench and a big MAN'S POCKET jack-knife. It passed down ntf leg, _____ j burning him severely and ttien ca- Fu.ed a Knife and a Monkey a of water and splitting huge ehop- and Burned Leg 'pjng hlock In Barrow's pocket thfi Mansfield Centre, Conn., Aug. of the wrench and the blade of likely to resume duty in the House ,A flf ,ightning trirew ftself imo !nls knife were fused jnto a piec% for many hip-'poclcei of Joseph Barrow, a'of steel. In Hie ministry is larmer, -as he wa-3 sittinjr in the kit-________________ in tiir minority. Whether a gen- cfccn of his homo here last night. The eral clrctidn, which the Liberal party came into the house via the slave On his way from the Legis- lative buildings one labor member fell and fractured the pelvis. He was hastily removed lo hospital, where it was found that hJ would not be piece of muslin or linen, or it may be i t Sn8b-i Wll8 v-ery Ing for the delegates who will attend] ,v' jnjurcr] th..3 morning in attemptiny '-''icago. man, nppar- the Congress hcrfi Sepi. II. t'0 catcll a whifh wna loose. eighty J-C.TS old, decrepit and Edmonton unions will be re- presented and thore is assmanct.' of a large delegation from the capital city. Medicine Hat will send three repre- senlfltives of the locnl council nod j Ill0ned from ColRate. Ihere will bo several repro-l ofcurrcd He was kicked and thrown violently ragged, who had been wnnderinc, a- to thf ground having three ribs Im-ii- r-uud the' atreetn for soveral flays, en on the left .li-j was carried -wa'-3 tfilfjn to tbe Chicago avenue po- into tho house and the doctor station yesterday, where sentatives, well as a large railway delegation. Lethbridge will also No far. hemniT- Mr. Rn- was found on his jierson. While the prisoner's bonds due, according to tne Bankers' ncw becomes seasick with tlie'have a good representation and Mr. Magazine to less factory reports and slightest pitching or tossing of t.he j Howell expects-.1 good harassing legislative attempts. church. All Saints', is a floating of Alberta's union forces here for the for many called the big gathering. Do yourl'cct bum or I.HT-for is "loqml' sjiirei Do they ndic- or swell! sniiirl or blister! Have they a Imd odor! 'in the harbor, off a little community, j whose citizens are largely seafarers. S'l'hc anchorage is an one, andj GRASSY LAKE AGENT COMMITTED FOR TRIAL rrequently tho brisk wind kiaks up ai Hat, Aug W. Spen- ;iivnly Mn, that the chnrch-hont i rer- Ftatioti agent at Gra-ssy j 1 pitches and rolls. The pastor. Dr. 1 -ihe, was committed for trial hy i Foot Elm Uvilllam Mix, Is a landsman, and on ntl Parkci' S'eslerday. on ilewt one occasion recently, he found i counts. Tile first charge omit- It necmtary to cut the service short.' to for J6S.IS; the second I _ ________ Ms a charge of theft, of SHI. 37 from the Dominion repress Co., and the Conduct of Fred Mimilay, of Mont- third charge omitting lo account for jrral. was thrown off his tr.ain by ?31S.23. .1. Harper Protvse of Tabor! Hill give wompt relief. 18 powders passengers who were quarrel- prosecuted. Spencer In being detain-! for 25 cents. A special package He was srriouslv injured od at prwent In the (uaril Tablet., free with every box j car room. j in Winnipeg on SaMirday from Al- j CrOSS A j fona- lf Nortlicrn, av-i The Conffrifration Life Insurance gardus has been in poor health for cell the deputy noticed the old man some tlnre. He Is expected to recover. mysiei-y shufritng a roll of bills (which bo could not reach around with ilmiii hands. After ;i he hcKiiii tho hills through the bars ;ns though (tack'of cards. I A search of the old man's clothing brought forth more than in bills and bank books Knowing deposits iof Last nipht he mumbled in Norweg- ian that ho had come from and said his name was Tortsen fsaac- i Aagard, He could not give his home address. erased 25 huslicls to the acre [itr bushel- .im! Co, will build a ten-storey hlock in A Chinaman, Hno Sam, in Prince, Albert, run amuck and killed Mark Yuen and wounded Mark Yin. Hoo, Sam was overpowered and arrested. Hnrry Kr-lly. Hie Winnipeg dftspcr- ftrio, has confcssrd to Con- stable Trninor, who idcntitlcr! him. Kirr in the wholesale district of Des Moitios, Iowa, did damage to FOR GOOD PRINTING 1252 There are many to whom you might go- For best you will patronize THE HERALD JOB DEPT. There are many reasons, but here are a few: 1st. A large office fully equipped; therefore, with capacity to turn your work out on time. 2nd, Tho very best stock and machinery, assuring SUPERIOR WORK throughout. 3rd. Workmen who take a pride In their pride of the artist in the perfection of hie art. Yet, for the BEST printing go to THIS liKKALD JOB DJ3PT. SIXTH STREET. PHONE 1252. MAIL OliUEES ALWAYS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION ;