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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, UULY IS, I M Have you seen the Njw Model Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? It Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer It is as essential to a business organization as .a hand is to a man and as versatile in its many functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents: Stephen (EX Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Room 1 Ott Block PAGE SEVEN Serious Situation At Teheran Teheran, July Tnc firing in the j streets of" Teheran thut has 'been, go- ing on more or less constantly .since i the Nationalists forces inuiie their entry into the yesterday morning, hecatuo', serious at iiu'dnight lust niyht when Persian Cossacks openud heavy arlilh-ry lire on the Xa- Uonalists, uho at th it .hour attempt- ed to rush- fhe Cossacks position from the north 'enlr. iice OIK! east. A CHANGE OF CHANCELLORS I Von Bueiow Gives His Rea- son For Not Going To Country SERVE YOU HIGH' ami artilk-ry lire is continuous, f and win your approval Xatioiialist have just our delicious Ice Cream is Skill- sent thu following message to the Bri tish ana Russian diplomatic represm- i talives: "In spite of the fact that the Kus- flvjnir made, deliriously blended Berlin, July William arrived in Berlin this morning at 8 o'docx. on a special' train from Kiel. richest cream, Chocolate, He received i-rince voa -But-low Vanilla, Xiemon flavors, satisfy- j the small in _arden of the palace and sian flag is flying- over the house of ing, nourishing, for the baby, for! tho two could be seen easily Col. LiakhofTe, tlw Nationalist forces the aid to health. from tho bridge across the Spree as by Persian ours one trjai yon gefve Crow's Nest 44 4 44 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE i arc 'being fired en j sacks stationed under the roof of the i house" j yourself right too. Kandy KittJien i direct result of the insistence of the j Persian people that the Shah govern! Confectioners and Ice Cream A. i _ I Specialists OKAD OFFICE. ESTAJBUSHXD B. E. WALEKK, PnvUrat AJJCmTDJCE LAIRD, fetttil Xtniftr Paid-tip Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Buck are a most caovenieni in which to cany money when travelling. They are issued in denominations of and mad the amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden Switzerland is stated on the fmce of each cheque, -while in other countries are payable at current rates. The cheques and aQ mfanmtfaa refanfbff them may be obtained at every office rf tte Bank. lethbri-dge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager A Blind Typist the country under the constitution j that was granted January J. 1907. j The Shah has shown an inclination I to ignore the constitution, which he signed when he ascended the throne i and lie has even gone s-j far as to i withdraw it. His course has result- ed in widespread unrest hi Persia, which in some sections has approach .j ed anarchy, and the movement to j compel him to observe jthe constitu- i tion until following the dissolution of parliament in 1908, a great part of the country broke out in insurrec- tion particularly at Tabriz which fell into the hands ui the Nationalists after short While the Shah i was trying to cope with this situa- tion in the north, the Bakhtiari i tribesmen, the fighting race of Per-' sbi, arose in the south and eariy I this year captured Ispahan, 210miles! i south of Teheran. The tribesmen! i then began to march to 'the capital j and their advance guard arrived in j 1 front of Teheran last month. In au- dition to the National disorders, Pt-rsia has bei-n beset, by serious sit- uations on her frontiers. On -one side Turkey has invaded Persia in .the direction of TJrumiah. her ground for.this step being a frontier dispute of long standing and what with raids by Kurdish bandits and Turkish troops, the city of TJrumiah is sur- rounded. On the other side the Brit- ish and Russian' governments have b-en exerting' their influence to in- duce the Sliah to summon a repre- sentative assembly to bring the state of anarchy to an end, and Russia, j acting in full accord with Great Brit- ain, has dispatched a military expe- dition into Persia from Baku for the protection of foreigners. -This force is. now at Kusvin. miles from Te- l: c-ran. Chow Sam's RESTAURANT Provides the best market affords It's served and prif-es are right the the Open Day and Night 4- 4- 4- DEPLORES DRESS OF WOMEN OF TODAY Vatican Organ Sees "Shipwreck to Virtue" in Present Day Fash- ions for Ladies' Attire well as from the Burgstrasse. The Emperor shook the Prince warmly by the hand and the two walked up and down the garden .for three-quarters of an hour in animated conversation. It was noticed that His Majesty oc- casionally grasped Von- Bueiow by the arm. about 11 o'clock Dr. Von Bethmanu Holweg appeared in tho garden, whereupon Prince Von. Bueiow bade farewell to His Majesty, and the Emperor walked to and fro i with The newcomer. In the rueaa- jtime the crowd on the bridge and the street gad increased in numbers. Part of the garden is" thickly set with shrubs and. the now Chancellor remained for a lew minutes out of sight of the public, only to resume the promenade later. Bobh the tiring and the new Chancellors were greeted warmly by the crowds out- side the Palace. Following the con- with Dr. Von Bethmann Hol- weg-, Emperor William granted aud- i ience to Herr Delbruck, of the Inter- ior Department und Herr Wermuth, j under secretary -of State of the In- i terior. In a conversation, with a i representative of a Hamburg iper. Prince Von Bueiow, commenting i on" the fact that he had been re- (proachod with want of courage in not j dissolving the Hoichstag, explained i th-at he had not taken th-'at step fce- j cause elections in the present .state j of opinion would have resulted in in- creasing the forces of Socialism, and the new house would not have passed the finance bills. The Conservatives had made the mistake from which 'THE BEAUTIFUL" The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lakes Singing Brooks j Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Trout Fishing Boating Hunting Saddle Horses Pack Horses Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grmnds Excellent Cuisine Buffet Service NO MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable by Von Trott Zu Zolz, President of the province of Brandenburg. Count Von Loebell, son of the Imperial Chancellor, has been appointed pres- ident of Brandenburg. Herr Wer- muth, who was German er to the Chicago Exposition, "has many friends in. America, and always followed American affairs witn espec- ial interest. to note The surprise of people who visit our restauraat for the first time f Try it! The Fashion Cafe New York, July Paris des- patch to the Times says that the issue of the Vatican, which 'reached Paris last nitrht, contains a scathing de- nunciation 'of the tendencies of the feminine fashions of today. Taking as its text the petition against thei Mrs. Edison, wife of a negro prea- i in-moral press forwarded by the Catcher at North Buxton, Ont., died Holweg -becomes tholic ladies of Borauno to the Min- j der suspicious circumstances on Sun-; Treasury and New York, July Grace Keator. a blind stenographer and typ 1st, is president of the Blind Women's Club of New York City. In the ab- ove picture Hiss Keator is shown taking dictation upon a special ma- j chine which makes it possible for j blind girls to operate a typewriter j with as much speed as a persom I whose eyesight is unimpaired. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THT5 MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd. FROM flr EACH TERMS EASY One-third one-third 6 months, balance 12 months Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ippij Allmu toltiy IN irriptiM to, (Urt letMdge, Itti, ister of the" Interior, and signed by several thousand Italian women, the Osservalore says: "We'cannot but doplore a danser to good morals which comes to us from' other countries, and against which women might well unite. We refer to the fashions worn in the street by women of all ages and by: youritr girls. who profess with ardor the! Catholic faith and morals should not indulgent to women who walk about the streets wearing immoral garments. All the present-day fash- ions are designed to excite the P.TS- sions. It is the shipworeck of virtue. These fashions are prejudicial to beauty, which is the reflections of the bounty of God, and therefore fruit ful in moral and well-being. "Cleanse these unholy wardrobes. Rid them -of their dresses which makes the wearers guafdian. angel weep. Let your wives and daughters make their own clothes rather than wear dresses which grieve the Holy Spirit, and the Father of Truth." day night. She had been treated for stomach trouble. j they and the country would suffer, of j refusing the inheritance tax. "''They j had made that reasonable property i tax the issue upon which the party i was to stand or fall. I j ".1 have been Prince Von i Bueiow continued, '-'to overcome the Socialists and give them a smashing [defeat at the elections without re- sorting to repressive police measures. We shall see whether Socialism shall continue to go back and whether the German zation of PoJland on the suppression of the G-uelphs will con- tinue to go forward. T hope so, but we shall see what this new combina- tion of Conservatives, Oentreist and Poles will do for the Empire. Other Cabinet changes are gazetted today. Herr Delbruck of the Interior Depart ment. succeeds Dr. Von Bethman Hoi' weg as Min ster of the Interior, and vice-Chance-llor. Reinhold Sidow, Secretary of the Imperial Treasury, goes to the Commerce Herr Wermuth, under secretary for the .Interior, under Dr. Von Bethman Secretary cf tha Holle. Minister of Public. Instruction, retires on ac- count of iH health, and is succeeded The Emperor has presented Prince Von Bueiow with the order of the Black Eagle in diamonds. DEATH FOLLOWED THAT OF BROTHER Calgary, July Eeilly died very suddenly morning, shortly after 3 o'clock, at Ms resi- dence, 337 15th avenue west. The death was caused by shock oc- casioned by the news of the sudden death of his brother, the late James Reilly. whose body was. brought to the city from Victoria yesterday fore- noon. The Alexandra A cool, pleasant plase to hot days. Every- thing that the mar- ket affords at prices to suit all. A. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Another New One! i A peculiar' thing happened at Ray i mond. Mr. Thompson owned two i turkeys, a gobbler and a hen- iThe hen 'died and left the- gob- jbler alone, which then went over to I a neighbor's where there were of j hens. It was brought, back but was sulky and sat on the nest, which it j would not leave. Thinking it might sit Mr. Thompson put some eggs un- der The gobler sat on these pa- tiently and at last brought out eight i young turkeys. It is now looking I after these and they -doing fine. i The Menu at The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. Vote Early and Often Queen of the Carnival KEMEMB.ER any unmprried lady of the city of Lethbridge is eligible. Vote as often as you like and for -whom you please. 5c each. _ A solitaire diamond ring valued aj to lady receiving the most votes on ex- hibition in C. Ross Tate's window. INSTRUCTIONS Place the amount for number of votes you wish to purchase in envelope and drop same in boxes. Be sure to place the lady's name on envelope plainly. LOCATION OF VOTING PLACES Otfs Pool- Room, Upton's Pool Room. Wallace's Pool Room, C. Ross Tate's Jewelry Store, and Lyceum Shooting Gallery REMEMBER the GIRLS. Fellows they WANT the DIAMOND RING And a good too. THE MODEL UNION RESTAURANT has been sold and is now under entirely new man- agement, who are aiming at running an up-to-date Dining Hall, where everything in season can be had, served tastiiy and promptly. GIVE IT A TRIAL AND SEE. NEW ENGLAND RESTAURANT New Hill Block Dufferin Street MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Mr. Pyntfead 2. Legeid of 3. Rice Prejudice 4. OU College Ctas O N Mansion cf Achiif Hearts The Famous Dahlman Cow- boy Quartette CONTINUOUS PJEBFORMASCE UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Black ;