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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'YUIay. November 1, 1012 THE.LKTITBlUnCJE DAILY HERALD School Children's Special Sizes I I's to 2 at to 10 1-2 Best Fall and Winter Boot in the trade. In good solid Box Calf goods with sewed soles. Guaranteed solid throughout and are extra special value at present prices of shoes. Get here Early-quantity limited. W. J. Nelson Company The Foot Toggery WOULD REBEL TO PREVENT Socialist Leader Proposes General War Preparations Week-End Specials in Men's Wear just when you need them. Study econ- omy in buying and you will purchase here. WINTER CAPS ,FUR LINED, cloth ft-j Qfl leather shell; values for WOOL HATS, newest shapes and shades for................. SWEATER COATS'lor everybody as lovr GENUINE WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS, Values io now.............. ABSOLUTELY UNSHRINKABLE UN- DERWEAR, WOOL, nor OVERSHOES AND fact everything In -Men's Footwear, less than you usually nay. The Boston Clothiers Next to Bentley's Fifth Street South Paris, Nov. antl-mlll- tarlst movement undoubtedly is growing fast in Europe. Gustavo Herve, the anti-military leader, who recently served a term in pri- son for publishing anti-military views, In commenting upon the great Socialist meeting planned to be held a month hence to lake measures against a'European war, threatened in connection with the Balkan conflict, writes: "Against a declaration of war, there is one efficacious measure, namely an insurrection or general strike. If called a sufficient time before war, It can be useful as a means of intimidating a govern- ment, but it is useless when war has been called. "It would be too naive to sup- pose that unarmed men would re- fused to report to the barracks. A few summary executions after the arrest en masse of the suspected leaders would send every one scuttling to the ranks. "Only a'fl armed insurrection against a government despicable enough to declare war, could make it pay dearly. Moreover, it would have to be supported by the soldiers in the standing army. The .spontaneous uprising of one or several regiments is not im- possible. Such uprising in France and Germany would have much greater chances of success if pre- pared secretly in advance. If the International Socialist Congress wishes anything but to accept a merely platonic manifestation, it will do well to consider these things." POLICEMAN BORN OF THE PURPLE Paj SCION OF ARISTOCRATIC HOUSE RESIGNS FROM YPSILANTI'S BLUE-COATED SQUAD Ypsllanti, Jlieh., Nov. Walkr C. Pierce, scion of an English j baronet, has sent in his resignation to the police commission, to take effect immediately, ami it has been accept- ed. He has been on the force for j eight years, and Luis taken part in I many cases that proved his courage and energy, notably the capture of the murderers of Harry Jlin-es. Pierce is the grandson of the late Sir John Reade, once of Dexter. Mich., whose and successful fight for the title and estate in England that belonged to him. form a romantic chapter in court records. 10 GET RIGHTS WILSON AT GREAT MEETING PRE- DICTS FOR THE DEMOCRATS deuce nf deep feeling, as he fl made himself heard. ''Vet I am the more thrilled he-' ol- From QUESTION STILL HANGS FIRE London, Nov. tlm House or' Commons vesrcrdav, Vagc Croft ask- thr American people are aliovt to v -lt M in an. L 10 Premj6r Asunith whether the gov- make one 01 thy most vital epochs had yet. decided upon' the cause I realized it is a demonstra- tion for a cause, and not for a man." ocean ao manner j in whidt the Overseas Do- the other, men JIT Ixicoming aware minions would represented in Lon- Sfartin.r with the first shouts from lllil) this the- common people are don in" mutters ol Imperial deience, doorway when Gov. Wilson arriv- i ron-'nK their own. j and whether HI. Hon. R. L. Horden cri from the Hronx meeting, the Mad- knou' from lne reports coming: would he able, in include Uiis infornui- isnn .Scpinre Harden, otiUtursI defied frmn "f the country ihr.t j lion in the forthcoming naval his inmost efforts to quiet it. The nexv has not voire from j nonncement. 'L mUK' I-C j Aaiiniih replied that no Ciovx-rnur's-niotion lor quiet hrousht only n-neu-ed cheers. Chants of Inade want Wilson" sliook the hall twice when tiie cheering had'slightly .subdued it was started with forced Hpcnk- his inspired the crowd to renewed cfl'orts. i Mrs. Wilson and her three infi tlie hall at alter speaking jcrs, in n lioi near the siieakers'plat- hcfori" an audiR'nce in the Hroux, the greatly moved by ItL-mocratic candidate Muod for an Ule for Uu. OoVRrnoV 1 liuur nn.l Ihiee. minutes at the rail- ,LS spcurc ing oi tin- speakers platiorm waiting "Cnveniinenl is an of! for the demonstration to end. mankind-iioi of suid the' "Xo man eoMld fail to he moved by (iovernor. "As election ap- a demonstration such a.s we hsivi- wit- proachen I have greater and "Beater! iiesscd lie .said, with' evi- feeling (Jf sat Lsfaction because I'know-' New York, (Jut. 31. Governor Wood row Wilson, speaking tonight before an audience that tilled every vigor by younc; women who corner of .Madison Square C.inlen re- i the front of the eeived the great.sst ovation campaign for presidency. spca the tin the Democrats. There .Vl-0 made up of those republicans who ale j sjru had t at, hm Ihc amf cd the regular oC careflll tmn and its avowed purposes and programs. Privat ation by iho home and by the Canad- government. HOCHELAGA WILL BE KEEN CONTEST LIBERALS TO WAGE A VIGOROUS FIGHT DESPITE LARGE AD- VERSE MAJORITY IMPORTANT' Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Machinery November 4th 1912 ON THE FARM DESCRIBED BELOW In (proved farm on the host ie.rm.-i over offered. Kitimtcd Jihnnt. oigKi inilnu norrh of Loth bridge, miai' -MlUs Luke, and and one-half mlley uorth-wesi. 01' f'ouUlnlp. farm has Write fur further particulars. See posters or apply to 1212 6th AVC.. South, Lcthbridgc or J, A, Smith, Auctioneer Household M. Ul'ttllUI C AT 214 FIFTH AVE. S. Carpels, stoves, lieila, liibles. clinlrs, sofas, gratu curtiitaa, molting utensils cvcrythliiK roilllfl in :l I'lirnisliod lioilye- All thusi; arc nGfir- ly nuw mid !n firsl class condi- tion. Call Any Hour Monti-eal, Nov. 1. I'nliiu-al velopmenf, today comprised the an-. nun nee mi1 nt that Hon. LUIUH (.'odi-rre would have his organisations com-1 plelcd and ready tliiK morning for a vigorous oantpnign in all parts of ll'.e division, that UIITC, mini.stenai meet- ings would he called al an early date' in Wcstmonnt. SI. Henri, and Point j .St. nmrU'H, to addressed hv Mr. j Bordfii, the new .ippointrc, ;md other i j minisicrs. That Mayor Uu therein! of had absolutely declined J to enter the MJ.MII as tin- unerai cm-j SMART SUITS AND OVERCOATS We've been working on the Fall Suit and Overcoat question for months. We've the best Garments that the best makers know how to build. Not the sort of Clothes you find to be so common when you're on the street, hut Distinctive, Classy, Different Clothes-Clothes that show their breeding at a glance. If you want your Clothes to ap- pear as if they were made for you-your Style and Personality --just come in for a look at our new Fall Garments. We don't "lift" our prices on ac- count of the quality of our Clothes -not one cent. SUITS OVERCOATS FUR LINED OVERCOATS to Chamois Lined Overcoats with Persian Lamb or Ottei Collars. Prices up. Fur Coats up Savings Here in Men's Furnishings for Saturdaj 10 Doz. Welch Margetsons Coat Negligee odd lines, regular price and Cf each, sizes 14 to 17 1-2, on sale Saturday yl.01 Men's Heavy Ribbed Worsted and Heather Mix ture Hose, regular 35c., on Saturday Heavy Ribbed Underwtar, regular value, Saturday New Arrivals in Cluett Shirts For Fall, all the very newest patterns in Negligee Shirts. Prices to Negligee Shirts with Lounge Collars to match, ir flannels, etc. Prices l.SO to We carry a full line of Men's Working Clothing al all times. Sheep Lined Clothing H.B.K. Working Shirts H. B. K. Gloves arid Mitts Carhartt Overalls Amherst Working Boots Agents for the Geo. A. Slater fnvictus Shoes for Men 'SfSEJsSg foppUMf? McKELVIE The Home of Better Clothes McGUIRE day fnr ilio Hoehelaga divi- -not SUV what the policy. At ;i momiiiii of tin- DII. Mr. Horden will spcat in Hie; at lie numeral hrld Ins: i su beton- Hie iirinn1 niin- di-ndcil thai Hon. foiieiTe 'shot hall of St. Henri and the lion, -able to didate, and that Mr. Henri Hmirassa had declared In ;i friend tl'nt if no other candidate could foimd lie (.f finance, w would enter ine contest himself and jn v mnkc it an nr.itoriral campaign only Mr. and leuve Uie is.siu; to the electorate, now i said Tin- premier and, two oi his rcsul At fi leagues in ihe cahinel, will address J taiioi hut t pnhlic meetings in Hie city and nmv i ck in it Weit.mrtimt oji Wudjiesihu next. Hum- tiit-Da. u1 ior u Dolierlv. mi ill speak in llie eiiL'inecr's hall, Si. rharles. (In the snnir ev linn- T. White, inin sler ,1 inci'tin liinu, of h'nr were u L, tie could .11 t.h.i ted to ihr luitli Sir Viliiid La in.U ter tii place Halenr '..i Mm II I'JHIIU :i lii'lp neu-r (ontri-1 and Ilia adopter! nt c.iii'lidnte sliotilil h eiv condcM.ii- spectivc nf n.niuii; jrirr and Mr. uas appninle.l to )i' fait, when Liberal leaders fn it Si. Henri Uie ridint1; IIMIKUTI in ef- .'don as to v.l" v, ii uiinled a era I The he. i'ur one, ini; last MIV ham! iiotn Krisicd Hpt-aliiiif. i- t lie strc unninatcd, A eoini! fcr uilli tiler M-etii o rcaeli a ll 1 if the !-e slitni ;