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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIlIDdE DAILV HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1914 CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone 453 Acadia Eflock Bargains of Exceptional Merit for Tonight rrcATiiniMr: TMP MOST WANTED KINDS OF ALL FEATURING THE MOST PRESENT NEED MERCHANDISE AT LITTLE PRICES. Xo Job Jots or junk tousht for sale purposes; no lunation of regular prices to make reductions look bis. Every item a lowest value at its regu- lar marked price, right up to the high standard of qnaitty oi all goods that sain admission to.tali stcre, and every reduction a genuine one exactly as stated. Great Clean-up of All Ready-to-Wear i-3 oft FINE SILK HOSE Regular Value Black, Tan and White, heavy silk leg wun Lisle Top, Heels, Toes and Sole. All the new Wash Skirts All the new Cloth Skirts AH the new Wash.Dresses AM the new Cloth snd Silk Dresses All the new Tailored Coats Al! the new Tailored Suits All Parssols and Umbrellas VESTS AND HOSIERY Worth up to 75c.................... High grade qualities in line Lisle Lisle goods, exceptional values. SQs and Silk 25c CREPES AND WASH GOODS Worth up to 45c A splendid collection' of very attractive mater- ials suited for the present style of dress. VOILE AND CREPE WAISTS 4 "pG Worth-up-to S3.50 The drop shoulder effects with front or back yoke, short or long sleeves. SEIILEMENI OF Pincher Creek District the Pride of the South This Year rrrmr -Km TVTCTWrr'T remaining. Nine were sent to foster CITY AND DIM Kit.! ttree working in the city, i and six are on probation. Two were i Geologist at Grass !A_ M. Gihlerstein, a prominent geol- ogist from Denver, went south today to-iootorer the Sweet Grass fields. 1 Contractor Here T. H. Narln, of the contracting firm tof Navm Bros., Moose Jaw, is in the city, registered at the Alexandra. The Daily Round Tro drunks paid the penalty for their misdemeanors this morning in the form of and costs, assessed ty the jwlice magistrate. Okotoks M.P.P. Here George Hoadley, M.P.P., of Okotoks; fend B 3L Ixmgheed, of the law firm of Lougheed, Bennett SIcLaws, of Calgary, are in the city on business. Provincial Secretary in City Hon. A, J. ITcLean, provincial sec- retary, is in the city, registered at the Lethhridge. Inspector Morgan Presided The marking of grade VIII. "Wetas- kiwin papers was concluded today. There were 475 candidates and 21 ex- aminers. Inspector J. W. Morgan was chairman of the marking committee. The Lethbridge papers ar? being marked by a committee at Wetaski- a sent to the Industrial school at Port-1 age la Prairie. Twelve Children in Home The report of the Children's Siiel- ter was submitted to the Police Com- mission yesterday. During the past three months, ten children have been admitted to the home, eleven have lieen discharged, and there are twelve .10 THE cur THE RULE AT 'SOAKING JAP GRAFTERS Shipbuilding Officials Who Bribed Naval Officers Given Prison Verms Tokio, July li'sh of- ficials of shipbuildings companies were sentenced today for forging documents and bribing Japanese nayal officers io Infmence the al- lotment of construction contracts. Kenzo Iwasao Iwabara, former- manager in York of the iltt- sui Prc-ducts Co., and retired Yice- Admiral Tsunitaro Matsura were each sentenced to. two years' im- while' Giiehi managing the-MUsul the same were sentenced to terms of eighteen months-ecch. The sentence of lida how- ever, suspended. Indians at Taber Investigating the Child King George is Making Great Efforts to Bring This About London, July ,18. King .George, who lias been making great cHorta to bring about a settlement of the Irish Home Rule crisis, decided this morn- ing to postpone until later in the. day his proposed visit to the lirilish fleet now lying at Spithead. This he' dod, so that he might be on hand in1 London to receive early reports of de- velopments, in .the conferences going en between" the various party leaders. It is tmdersttiod that when the op- portune moment arrives, His Majesty will throw his great inlluence toward the side looting for an amicable set- tlement. The belief prevails that such a set- tlement is not far off and the Liver- pool one oi'the best informed newspapers on the government side, so far as to say "There is really an arranged settle- ment of the Irish question. Details baic yet. to. be adjusted, but the broad facts can be regarded as fixed." Oilier authorities do not go quite so far but satisly themselves with the statement, "there is a near ap- pK'tc-ir-to a settlement." The tjovemmsnt is believed to have. offered the Unionists, in case they j agree to abandon their demands for] a "clem cut" of the province of Ul- ster out of the operations o! the Ir- ish Home Kule b'ill, to arrange tjat the whole of Ulster, with the eicop- i of the county of Tyrone which' h: s a great Catholic majority, should vote as a single" entity on the ques1 tbn of exclusion from the Home Ru'2 government. The Unionists -de- mand 'that Tyrone should all be in- rlrdfd in this arrangement and thisi has Veen the' causa of the deadlock: Premier Asquit-h, and Augustine ITrrell, secretary' for Ireland, r who ar? carrying on the negotiations on behalf of the' cabinet, have remained town for the week end. The Prem- i'r today had another audience with th2. The rest of the cabinet mn's'.crs 'scattered over the country far their wee'iir; holiday. ANOTHER VIEW London, July.. The Nation, a Radical wee'jly, appeals to the Na- ticnalis's "to jrtay a handsomer game of give., and take than the -.Or-. an-craen, and iff. necessary oiler .them i the deal of Tyrone and Fermanagh, irrespective of equity .such tanain." KING REVIEWS FLEET Aeroplane and Ah'ihlp Flights Will Be Feature of the Programme Suitheart, England. July Tho British Homo fleet, coinuris- 1ns almost'the entire navy; today gathered in the Roads hero for .Us annual review by King George, the Commander-in-chief. His Ma: jesty, however, was detained in London by the political, situation. It was announced that he expected to spend a couplo of days with the warships before their dispersal. The programme of the review comprised flights of aeroplanes and airships attached to tha Roy- al Navy flying corps. More than four hundred craft of all types are assembled; all fully equipped and manned, num- bers of the naval reserves having been called upon for sen-ice. Taber Citizens Urging Federal Farmers'Loans Taber, Alta., July meeting .of some of the business men of town was held last night in the parlor of the.King George Hotel to consider the advisability of petitioning the Feder- al government to personally enter the loan and '.oan to farmers on their patented land at a reasonable rate. This meeting has Ibeen held in support of similar work undertaken liy various cities and towns through- put Saskatchewan and Alberta. The following -were appointed a commit- tee to secure signatures to the peti- tion: The of Taber, Mr. D. Jtalo, and Messrs. George Wright, George C. Millar, Gordon Dickson and 'Peter Hammer. To judge from -the meagre attend- ance, a little more than a score, the j :as sale held at the car barns this morning, excited very little interest, j Things were decidedly flat, and even j :the stiall. number present j ;here was a very smkll percentage of buyers: the majority appeared to be there more from curiosity than, for business. With monotonous regularity Auctioneer Stevens kept on repeating 'Sold to the after a pause for bidders, who were few and far be: tween. Most of the more valuable lots had been redeemed since the advertislnsj Tater July: or west's "that they were grave- of the sale and half of the total value There are a considerable number, of. ly mistaken. Later on they may also thiugh not from Sir Edward's lips, that any organized local com-' munity in which their principles chbfiy hold need-only send its mem- bers to the polls in sufficient numbers in order to remain part c-f the exist- Charles "Alfalfa" Kane Hero of the Day Yesterday CONTINUED FROM .PHOJiT PAGE CONTINUED. FROM FUONT. 1'AGIS. Water in S. A. Land Canals CONTINUED FROM FRONT PACK. STUHBL13 CHOI'S ALSO C10OI) Tho foregoing applies to well tilled summer fallow and spring plowing. On stubble'land the crops are al- most n.s. good, although the ellcct ol summer fallow, is pronounced enough to make it appear well worth while. The: fall grain was sown largely on stubble alter last year's crops had been removed, mid it is all good. Thcro is great quantity of (lax, biiti what was seen appeared to be in (excellent, 'condition; especially that north of Cowley. The hay crop is not heavy, Uut there will be no scarcity of feed this winter at Pincher, and eiery spear is oi the finest duality. FISHHURN HAILED OUT The.'Fishburn farmers were, unfor- tunately hailed out. The storm which descended there brought complete de- vastation with it, and the hail stones were so large that some of the live- stock that could not reach .shelter, died from the' efleets of the blows received. 'The has in the country, and for his con- fidencc that sijht. bright future is in II. oi the Ex- perimental Farm, gave some prac- tical advice on the culture of alfaiia. He showed that where its true value room for head of sheep these hillsides, and the. so luxuriant 'tliat a camp.conld be main at one place-ior at least twi months. There is no contention be tween the cattlemen-'and the sheep men, as it appears that the flies are troublesome to allow profitable Catholic minority would have is appreciated it is a most dcsirablC 0 roueom- o io t'.'e Protestant majority. To pass, j crop and should be growing on every grazing so far up in the movin tin- Home Rulk'bll) mus't and will j farm. Mr. Fail-field dealt more with end in such form as to be reason-; the scientific aspects of alfalfa rais- acceptable to all parties." W. M. O'BEIRNE Proprietor of the Stratford Beacon, who has been elected president of the Canadian Press Association. This Is Cho first year that tlnj Press Associa- tion bas Included all provincial asso- work of this organization now axUudfi fron co.ast to coaaU FOR WANTED: A wealthy per- son, totally blind, on-lug to un- necessary will pay One Million Dollars in cash for a pair of eyes tliat will enable him tc- see clnarly. Address, I. 31. BLIND, Canada. are your eyes worth to much will you take in cash for them? Don't lose your birthright to enjoy the moat wonderful gift you neglect- ing your eyes. If glasses you need, by all means wear -Mieni. UK on the safe side by having us make a scientific, thorough examination that will truthfully determine tho matter. Dividing Waters of St. Mary's anil Milk Rivers With the U.S. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. get the share to which he was cn- t.lkd. The commi.ssionars arc today ex- plirin.5 St. Marv's country, and will iiiTiieatally look over prospec ti e acton es [or n tc rorervoirs. No riefinito ng, giving valuable suggestions to how it can be grown successfully. Mr. Kane was given a great recep- tion when he was asked to address 'tains. Numerous were en. countered along the valley, and som member of each one was busy wit rod and line. Trout are plentiful, al though the wa.ter is a trifle too big! the gathering. He said that alfaiia. for the of an can kc grown under the various con- representative made th ditions that exist here and stated with Mr R C. Harvey, ol Ray -that he would consider it a' pleasure covercd the ground to give any assistance possible, where pjck out a traji for his sheep tluly offer to guarantee the protection cf tho lives and property of Americans and other foreigners along the border 111 the states where ho IH !n power, was eomuinnlcatod to the State De- partment today by Clcnei-il Villa, Lbroiifiir COHHUI Edwards at 131 Paso. ed ahcro. Tho schooner was Inbounri from nermvrda a cargo of mo lasses. She Is owned by F. W. PickU Company of .Annapolis. The Countess Russell will apply tho divorce division of the High Court of Justice for a. restitution c! ihor conjugal rights, which IB UK (Irsi step towards obtaining a divorce ua ;