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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, MJIy ;M, IM2 THE DAILY IIKHALD CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block The New Dresses Are Superb Distinctive touches of style, comprehensive assortments, together with mod- eration in price, are the chief characteristics of our display this season. The most attractive and'-becoming styles we have ever to show are here assembled in a voiles and iinislius in white and nil colors, in price from lo Ih'en ngiiin llie more elabomle service- able gowns of voiles, jmirquiscUos, etc., all washable: beaulit'ully Inini'ucd, ranging' in price from -S'37.50 In Come in ummr- row.aml see ilic'displny at ils 'icst.-a cleposh .secures your ciioiee (ill you are ready for. it. We make ultcrafious free and I lie fit. Special Bargain Prices Prevail tomorrow MS ad- vertised in Wednesday great diversity of practical and becoming models, representing t he best lines of Canada's foremost manufacturers, every style which is displayed here be- ing confined exclusively to this store for Lethbridge. are neat litlle morning dresses of ginghams, chainbrays, and heads at to and any one of which would be suitable for afternoon si reel wear so neatly, slylishly.are they niailc; there are more nUraetive si reel dresses of wash goods. paper n every line of suits, coals, silk a'jtd sin IT goods, dresses alid millinery. MANY HAVE ALREADY TAKEN 'ADVANTAGE OF THE EXCEPTIONAL SAV- INGS OFFERED, AND TO- MORROW BEING THE LAST DAY, THERE IS URGENT NEED OF QUICK ApTION IF YOU WOULD SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN THESE LINES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE.-FIGURES. Will Have to Ask Mr, Taft For (Continued 'from' trout GREAT CROPS IN PROSPECT ISWERY-BUSY Cardstoii, May W. McBerby, of the Scai'boro Co., ia'this week de- livering maps of Alberta, Saskatche- wan and Manitoba, for which he took time., ago. Yg a result of iht, leu giants ol h ul that felli during -the lieuvy shcAver. of viit; and ciauy other precedents. Mi .Roosevelt won't get even one ticket from us. Four years ago Mr. Roose velt was President of "the' 'United 'States and the head of .'his party. He received -50 tickets as President, to niLCt llie demands 'which' the Presi dent 'must be prepared'lo meet. The Prcsul-snt has requests from (liplomtts ami visitors which he must be in a position to Braht. Mr, Taft. received no tickets fou norxlid the Taft com mittee, or any orb ar candidate or com nnttee Fills .yoar, President Tali line i few pickets, as President, but all other tickets, except those dis Mr. LTpliiun, will be given out through, the, Niitipna! .men. Mr. Roosevelt's Chicago stay probn hly will be extended to the time of His convention, and whether he will car- j ju which his .cousin, -Martin Woolf, his policy of breaking precedents j was elected a member'for this con- THE WHEAT IS 25 INCHES HIGH flit, mjsten is soUcd mine and are not police coint at lahci Ma? Known triecPto get out i i tritt I utou sentenced J Walkei inch In nrlini, on top ol the ma to lui ii piisonment on the coicli mri a stop was made at CQI of steihnif i ride on a L P II dale where Coip Coleridge secured hnidcu and the help of tliree seiithing ilongrihD track 10 some- distance the much .wanted, ma ind theipafter tiktu ti Taiher.-'Wlmre lie was sentenced irun This is the cuhmii ition of the c uported icccnth therein i puti it, iccusi (1 o' robbing an in toxicute'ci man in, r-nu here llie other evening, just as the i lin on Ihursdii of tint, faim tiain is iLiuiig IDE the charge to stolen ilkci was found lo hue oO m ]iolis. Sir. Woolf, was'here io in inloMcatLV peison his posbession lake part-in the political campaign far enough to attend the convention is a matter of speculation. It would ,in order for ex-President Roosevelt to ask. President. Taft for A cbnvenlioti ticket, U is such requests as tiiis that >Jlr. Tart'is expected Ho supply. That Mr. pres-euce In phicago will develoii.daily seiiBationB is taken for granted. .lie has shown that he intends to be governed by no precedents, or ideas of. political pro- priety in dealing with tlie National 'committee. It is believed he will every power to 'get his contest- ing delegates seated, even''though it an appeal to the. Federal couits ;Shouid court procedure decided upon by Col. Roosevelt, and1 liis ex- pensive staff of legal advisers, there :Me Federal judges in reach who might be depended upon to issue writs of matlamus or injunctions. Mr. .is- expected, the fight to unseat the National commit- teemen In the States which ho has camed uheie the committeemen arc friendly to Air. Taft. Missouri, Xebraska and Ohio are Btutes where the National committee- men will ilooBavelt men, but the present members a're for Mr. Taft. i The ex-President will also make personal appeals to members of Ihe committee to side with .him, and .use persona! popularity in tlie effort to stampede the Taft delegates to tho i band wagon. j stituency. Mr. Austin toolt with him jhis family and his household effects, and v.-ill make liis home in tlie south- ern State, engaged, it is said, in the cattle business there. Grain continues to come into tlie Canlston elevators. Most of the. ship- ments made during the past fbw weeks have come from the old Co- chrane ranch, _ and mostly from the G-leuwoodville and Hill Springs dis- tricts. Most of this grain is spring threshing and the grade is very much toeiter than the owners had anticlpat- cd' It is a.general, thing'after election for slacken down. This can hurdly, lie said to have been the case 'at notwitlistanding the fact that, the excitement is over, and that the farmers are-generally busy on the land, the general busi- ness of the -town is good, and none Hammer brought Into town a couple of days ago a sample of this grain, wliich measures twenty-five inches. Uardston is evidently Ueeping un her record this year for phenomenal crop yields. BIG BOW COUNTRY IS IN FINE SHAPE LOTS OF FAIN HAS FALLEN THERE UP TO THE PRESENT SEEKS TO ROYAL STATUS finding ..much [K-rald tqtlay .by, Alfred. a fault. farmer ami stock-raiser, Two weddings were solemnized this 'weelc, one-in SvliictV Miss Alice Jenk- BORN A DUCHESS .SHE WANTS TO BE RAfSED TO .MORE PURPLE' STRAIN Rome, May 31 Duchess So- phie von Hohenberg, mprgantic wife of Archduke .Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian throue, has appealed to the Pope, The ..Duchess, who was horn Countess of Cholek, and was j maid of honor to an Austrian Arch- i duchess, begs his Holiness to use bis "Tu.thc Bis, How country the crops I influence with the aged Kmperor Fran- look in cx'colletifj condition and Jot-epb to secure for her 'equal won't hurt it we don't get rain for. ai rank with her husband-and all impor- This was the opinion px- r'Silts- including tlie right of suc- '.rcsscd io a reprcscnlative uf the Ic the throne to her two sons. TIME his was Pred Hyde, th-a ceremony being; porfornied by Bishop onna. to confer will the Empemr. of Major, in the Hassaim district.. Mr. j The Coumess marriG-d Archduke Hiilk sayU-UiQt 'in his purl of thu i-Yrflinaiid iu, 1000. She was a country rain has fallen with rrcltuzncy Of but, not an.l that in ooitKLMiucncc birth, and when the Archdiiko took Major J. A. .Hammer reports that he has a six acre field of wheat, which measures twenty inches in height. Sir. Wright, the Jeweler 50 cents and One Week only, an opporlmiily ol' n lifetime lo money. up and: in Imp, comlilioii. To tlie t She am hor nil lerents oliiini Hint li horll, and wcs of tho com- wjfe .g m leKiUmat: the How country, of Iho titleB of tho im- grass is in such slmpc thai M it I nnd necessary Iiay could' be cui now. i lo ]1Gri because of her Moreover, said Mr. Hulk, stock of ail official standing in tho courts of other kinds is thriving immensely ami tho n.ilions. All her husbnnd's relatives prospects for .1 favorahle year I, have frowned on her nretorislo'ns. and, arc 1 cttcr than they have been for ir.deed, liuve snuhhed her publicly j jcars. Kvcry farmer you meet, cou-j whe" they. Dlucked 119 courage enough. i cluilcrl Mr Hulk, is the snjile that, won't come oft'. FATALLY INJURED STOPPING RUNAWAY 1'oterboro, Johns load as Ihn rosiilf of injuricfi stis- J laiimd in a plucky at tempi to stop On. Hrncc, W. S. Uonnolly and Dr. a nmuway hortl, I 1'ater.soi BOW ISLAND PRESBYTERIANS a congregational in-eetins of St. Andrew's church. How Island, ih'o following were elected managers' -for the ensuing year: VV. Campbell, H. II. llobcrtBon. A. Wcvls. .f. Held, EXAMINING THE SIGNALLING CLASS OFFICER BELL OF CALGARY IN RE8U.LTS AND MARKED EFFICIENCY Tlie '.signalling classes Which have l-L'oit the at tlio Ceutral school-will come to u close Mils week. H IK pleasing to. hear that both Hut night class and the afternoon class have been attended fairly well; in tlie evening class the local battery hying .strongly represented, no less than live going through the exumiua-. lions, so according .'to this there should be no lack of signallers in the local ranks this year. There are also ;i leu- members of the cadets par- taking of the dots ami dashes, the foremost amongst them being their worthy .instructor, Lieut. Filincr. 'Ilic .first weeks of the course were occupied in learning the alpha- bets, both Morse and Semaphore, and although tins is 'tedious work the class stuck right with- it ami by the end oE lite two weeks they had mas- tered both alphabets and could read and -send with splendid judgment and accuracy. Commencing with the third week I he puzzling test messages were taken up and the class soon master- ed them. The'instructor said the weekly tests were ;i credit to llicm and hoped 'that they would continue 16 tlo.iis.good until the'end of the course. During the week .several lec- tures were given on the different sub- jects the instructor, also on sev- eral occasions the class have been.di- vided up into stations mid messages have sent through in good style. Examinations "were commenced on Wednesday night and will last the balance of the week. Capfc. K. Hell, of Calgary, is In town fo conduct the examinations which are as follows FiVst ing tests on the semaphore, small flag, and JJeghic lamp. Second night tests on the same appara- tus also oral examination on sema- phore, small Hag, lamp, and the vari- ous signs connected with this work. Tonight the station work and writ- ten examination will take bringing this' short but most inter- esting course to a close.: The in strucLoi Mnstructoi d t iVlassey, of the "Canadian, signalling. stifl'7 and attached to this prouncc abcnc work is The British and Colonial Photographic Co, Commercial Photographers. Tmixu'lers and f puoroGBAFunrc SUPPIJBS AVuolesale aiul Ketail, .Sherlock Biiihling Printing and Developing for Amateurs ALL WORK FINISHED ON SAME DAY Developing roll Printing 50c per doubt, a very good instructor. He lias a quiet way, but certainly has a knack of getting his men "lit" when (he fciine comes, and also has a cer- tain amount of patience which is very, in this kind 'of work, lie states'that'-the battery arc fortunate in possessing capable signal- ling sergeant as Sgt. Gilson, who Will certainly help his signallers along. HOSTILE-MOORS MENACE ALGIERS French Troops Able to Hold Capita! But Not Strong Enough to Make Sortie Algiers, May capital Is practically surrounded Jiosci-Ie Moors, according to advices received the French government-from Gen- eral ijyautey, French resident 'gover- date of May "9. General Lyautey says the situation continues serious. Although a buttery of the French artillery Is due to arrive to- morrow to reinforce the garrison', the French troops are still iu numbers to undertake a. decisive of- fensive sortie, although capable', of holding the capital against- attack. On the afternoon of Hay-20th the General reports the A'ra'bs' again rough t their way within the walls-, of the city, but the French troops who lnu been under arms almost inces- santly for five days, quickly repulsed them. The Arabs left" thirty dead on the Held and undoubtedly carried off many more. The French lost five soldiers killed and eight 'wounded; In tlie course of the earlier fighting the French casualties numbered sixty wounded. The Sultau of Morocco lias shown signs of becoming panic strick- en but has become ho finds that the ...population of Fez'is not joining the attackers. ELECTRICITY FROM THE ATMOSPHERE Phoenix, May J. Myers, the convict paroled from Flor- ence GovflrnbrrKant, to enable him to go to to obtain collecting electricity from phere, returned to prison -to flMth. his term, which will expire mouths. He aaid ysaterday; "The'jiatent office at rue when 1 and laid- my drawings- tlUni. They told-me I would have to build model and demonstrate my cJtlhii, There was little tirue to I :had only twenty days left of my but in a lew days I was tWc a crude model around to oftico to make a "The absorber was hoisted; short poles, and made to work, was no trouble after that. off i cials had seen'the thing1 -work-mud were forced to admit that I thing new. I might file my aiptica- tion without delay. "I hope to construct my ttovk machine InPheouix. I feel grateful to Governor Hunt .and.'others-.for Vhafc they have done'for me." Myers' filed application for four two for; original, devices, and two for improvements on existing ma- chines. TABER'S- NEW PASTOR Knox Presbyterian Church, Tabor, wil call Rev. IF. Ma- hatfy, of Parry Sound, Ont., to. become its pastor. ff- A Good Housekeeper is a Genial Judge of Good Eating -j, One who knows the difference between Superior and Inferior Groceries, .never fails to dilate upon the merits of our Pure Foods. You can- always obtain genuine satis- faction at our store, where Quality and Low Prices prevail. CJI1VEK'8 JAMS JELLIES Ox Tongue in Sliced Ox Tongue in 65c. Beef and Tongue in glass 65c. Lunch Tongue in glass.....................65c. English Brawn, in glass ..................40c. Strawberry Jam in glass ....................30c. Raspberry Jam in glass......... ..........30c. Red Currant Jelly........................35c. Stack Currant .35c. Strawberries in Syrup.....................55c. Cherries in Syrup...........................35c. MAGGI'S. SO.TJP IN TABLETS AssorUvJ 4 I'm: Fussels' Pure Cream, tin............ Figs, in glass..............................35c. K. KaVah Cuitird Powder Lemonade Powder .25e, French Peat In glass ..................45e. French Beans in glass ....................45c, Duncan's After-Dtnner Mints Peter Reed's Fortar Rock Candy .....25c. Turkish Delight -per pound................30c. N TO BE DEPENDED UPON Sweet and Juicy, 25c, 35c and 50c.- per dozen. Lemons, targe, regular 40c; now, per dez....30c. Strawberries, per box ....................26c. Cherries, per 30c. Pineapples, each........................... 40c. New Potatoes, Green Onions, Lettuce, New Turnips, New Beets, Green and Rhubarb, Kerr Co. Phone 1453 ;