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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETliB'ItlDGF DAILY IVUIa.V, CLARKE'S SALE ALLURING IN VALUES AND ASSORTMENTS INVOLVED The discriminating woman who is a good judge of values has only words of praise for these weekly bargain items that come to you without the blare of sale trumpets, yet matchless in their goodness and the satisfactory selection involved Thrifty readers will bein itrong evidence here to-morrow, for this week'g bargain includes broad selections of that you require right now. Every item is taken from our regular tlock, which is a guarantee of its high quality, anci ig quoted at a very special extremely low one-day price, which means a very exceptional money-saving opportunity Saturday Sale of Underwear Ecgulnr value. Watson's dependable make, in lighl -and heavy weights, in cream-and-natural colors. Saturday Sale of Hosiery Fine Cashmere Worth up to40c Plain weave, and fine rib in children's-and .ladies' sizes; wonderfully cheap at-tlic Sat- urday bargain price. Saturday Sale of Dress Goods Pure Wool Worth up to 75c. Wool taffetas, serges, Pana- mas and fine even hip: wear in a complete range of all the wanted colors. To-morrow is to be a.Busy Day in the selling of all Ready-to-wear and Millinery. Splendid savings through- out the entire stock of Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses, Underskirts and Hats We give the details briefly, for the price comparisons tell a convincing story of 1 savings out of the ordinary that are too good to miss. Shop in the morning Bargains in Sails siiils for I'or JjilS.M sails for for soils for I'ur Cor Bargains in Coats coats for i is I'oi- coals for coals I'lir W2. 50 coals for >s2fi.OO coa I for s.10.00 coals .Fur JjiJfi.OO Bargains in Skirts Bargains in Dresses skirls For skirls For skirls For skirts I'or skirts for skirls For S 15.00 skirts For 10.00 dresses For dresses For .S'lfj.OO dresses For dccsscs For dresses For dresses For dresses for .4 BEAUTIFUL ARRAY OF MILLINERY Priced ;U Fully a Third Less than Saving's on Any Hat Yon Care to Choose. The very choicest and most becoming- creations of the entire season included in this Saturday Sale. Beautiful made, and handsomely trinnricd hats for street wear, and dress occasions, all marked at new selling prices for this week-end bargain event. Saturday Sale of Ribbons l-2c 20c. Shown in- four-inch widths, splendid quality. heavv weight, and including cvcrv imaginable color. Saturday Sale of Waists A Collection iit up l.o Hue prints, elmrnlira vsyging- lianis and saiecns in ligiit, niediiini and dark colors, in- cluding all sixes up to 44 in. Saturday Glove 'Sale Heavy Walking- Regular value. Very serviceable and warmer. than the Fine dress 'kids, shown in tans only, in a com- plete range of ladies' sixes. YOUNG PEOPLE TOnCHTUQUOR Chicago. NOT. plan to mcrg young people's church societies in United States and Canada ai lorce to fight the liquor traffic social and diihoireety in public life wa Directed at today's meeting of America ijrpnng now in session. Th enief rnesns by which these reforms to he effected is through a cam- to induce young men to enter politics. Each of these church will-retain its separate, or- Ifcclzation and merge only for set purposes. The is to be effecf- by a committee, the international citizenship of Young Peo- ple'i Societies. "There are 15 million people enrolled in various in Canada and the 'Unrtwl said Chairman Harry Warner of Chicago, "constituting-a -treLWndous force which can be organ- ized .and set to work and-do much to rievafc. citizenship and .jiuhlic N, Zimmerman, former, ftcdool principal, ia dead at HIGH RIVER M.ILLS ARE CLOSED DOWN High River, Nov. account of irost in the river interfering- with the movement of logs, the Lineham Lum- per company's mills have shut down ior ihe season tonight. The mill had f'een running night and day since KJ 15 and made one of the biggest cuts in its history. One hundred men were employed. CROWE, OF CHESLEY, LIBERAL NOMINEE Kincardine, Oat., Nov. Bruce' Liberals today nominated Dr. W. A. Crowe, of Chesley, as tli'a can- didate for the legislature. Throws Gold Water RILEY'S MAJORITY Calgary, Nov. returns from trie delayed polls in the Gleicheu con- stituency were received yesterday and ARBITRATOR PAID VISIT TO SCENE Judge Winter Looks Over Proposed Keeil Street Extension At Ute time of going to pi-es-j yes- terday nfternoon the Ree-U s-iraet ex- tension case was still going on. with H. Macbeth, who acted as ona of the of compiling -a chart in connection valuators for the city, on the stand the proposed trade route to Eng- ON THE RROPO.SEO HUDSON'S BAY IT is NOT FEASIBLE Toronto, Nov. W. Jackson, of The Meteroiogical Observatory, be- lieves that the 'use of the proposed Hudson's Bay route to Europe for the transportation of-western wheat, is be- set with serious obstacles. During the summer Mr. Jackson was sent to Hud- son Straits iby the Dominion Govern- ment to conduct a magnetic survey of the -straits, for determining the varia- tions on the compass for the purpose in behalf of the city.'in his opinion tile extension of Reed sireet would increase the value of the property to probably or over, although it might cause a depreciation for school I purposes. fTov.-ever. the amount ofitr- make llr. Rlley's majority 348. The isd the school hoard by the city, 53.- igures as fir as reported are: liiley, atlO, he 'thought would ho sufficient re- land. He was unable to carry out his objei'.t owing to the juxtaposition of two deterrent factors, a leaky ship and ice floes. Jackson cannot compete -McA.Tt.iur, 1020. ARCHBISHOP OF TORONTO -Toronto, Nov. Alexander jlcDonald, of Victoria; Deaii Hand of 'oronto, and. Dean .Morris, of St. Catharines, are ail mentioned as si: compcnsc. The only trouble which might arise would be in securing an- other pi-see of property relatively sit- uated to the centre of school popula- tion as this site, which would be fiDie as a school site. The great trouble in the arbitration esBors to the Archbishop of Toronto. 1 has btfsa to find a suit UNDERWEAR A Jarge assortment of seasonable undenvtipjir in fleece lined, plain and ribbed wool and Scotch'cashmere wool, 1'rom to suit BUCHA1VS MEN'S MAN- BRYAN FIFTH ST. NEXT TO EUREKA THEATRE. Engine Bargains 34 in. aad 24 ie. x 34 in. CroES Compound C'ondentlag U in. x 26 ia. L. H. Valva Engine. H.In, TC 34 ia. L--H. iutoawtie IS in. i 20 !a. 1. H. Automatic EsrJic. in., i 14 In. Grtnlr "Meal" Automatic- Ejaeino. UITABLR rOR LAROE MILUS. HEBUILT The Stewart Machinery Co., Limited MAIN 9TRCCT, WINNIPEG. anie baslts on which to calculate the vaiuc of the piece of proterty. The street extension would incense the value of the lot as a residential pro- perty, but it is the general impression irom the evidence that the value aa a school site woukl lie dorr-eased as hair an ;icra he taken orf. AD decision ivill likely be reached to- nignt, and caso.will'bc taken up again In the morning. Today's Proceedings in con unction -.vith the arbitration j j proceedings between the city council and the school district No. thin morning ac- companied hy C. K. P. Conybeare, K. v.-., who is acting for the city, and :.Messrs. Ives Hall, the legal repre sentatives of thp school board, went uy autouiobilo to Inspect the land over waich the difpnt-3 has arisen. Tha uvidenco of the expert real estate wit- nesses is not at all corroborative, nence the decision of the Judge to ex- amine the lota pci'sonnlly. All t.ho witnesses bavn benu heard. Argu- ments hy counsel, it is cMttrtntl. will i'e )u writing after which the learned arouer will give his decision. uurmg th- afternoon the counsel ior me city and school beard in thw need street extension procssdlngfi tbe o.usstlon Judge Win- T.RT. hut a? uo hns been down. For one thing the ice in the Straits necessitates ships of specially rein- forced construction and consequently smaller carrying Capacity and very powerful engines. These would prob- ably be able to steMin at the utmost ten knots per hour, would not admit of their making more than two return, trips a reason. Again for the rest of the year, they would be next to u-jeless, as their construction and expense in manipulating would ren- der them unable to compete with the ordinary class of" freighters. Thus if the bouts were to be run at a profit, freight charges would tmve to be considerably higher tban usual and render the ccat of transportation pro- hibitive. FRANCE'S RIGHT TO PROTECTORATE In Morocco Recognized by ment Aimouiu'cd ijaris, Nov. contents of the 'TancQ-German accord officia'ily given out today show that Germany recog- nizes the right or France to establish i protectorate in Morocco while both naiioiis engage to obtain adhesion to mis accord of other signatories to Algeria's agreements, Fnineo's compensation for'German of view of cost of her protectorate in Mor- holds that ships the Montreal 9 BAD FIRE IN AN ONTARIO VILLAGE occo, cedes to Germany about sciuare kilometers in Northern French Congo, touching German Kamerinm. i Th-a territory ceded is inhabited hy. ttoout 1000 negroes and has commerce valued at annually. Thg German frontier starts, at Mondiulay and extends to Sanga river, thence to Kandekc and thence through Congo finally attaining Tchad by or Uhnnga and Scogone rivei's. France I'etaina the right to run railroad lines tcross German territory to connect Port Hope, Ont., N'ov. Fire out about n.30 last v night in the SiSKon block at Methany, hurning Jackson's grocery butcher shops, Sissons' Itarber shop, the town hall, Chas. Reynolds' under- taking anil .hardware shops, and T. G. Brereton's drug store. C.P.R. MAY DEVELOP SERVICE London, Nov. is reported here now that the Imperial treasury ha decided not to subsidize a line of steamers between Canada and the Un- ited Kingdom, via the West Indi' It. is probable, however, that the C. P. R. will push the same, linking tho PEACE REIGNS TFERNIE ports. South American steamer develop- ments by the C. P. R. are also likely. HENSION FUND FOR PRESBYTERIANS London, Nov. 31ount Ste- Pfien has promised pounds to tuc establishment of a Scottish Pros- uytory fund which proposes cl.fferent jiartB of French Central Af-jto Srant. a pension of 100 pounds a year to superannuation of the clergy SECTION OF G. T. P. COMPLETED Ottawa, Nov. A'ccordlng to re- ports received at the N. T. R. eommis- nca. Thy accord does not affect'To- goland, but Germany ccdw her 'Ducks- our extending from Char river to Lieogone rivar. France and Germany iifO'ee to. submit to the Hague tribunal an dillictvities arising from operation or accord. In reference to Morocco, t'Tanc-e agrees Io safeguard 'economic in tueir seventieth year. Powell Doing VI] lie Can to Keep Things Quiet (Special to the Herald) i-XH-nle, Nov. -j.-The reading of tho not act laat evening by Mayor Bless- aeel seems fo have marked the high "Oft in the excii-ement here over tho stnue situation and things are aatum- injr a more peaceful attitude. Presi- uent Powell arrived from Coteman to- uay and is doing- nil he can to keep titiiet. The scales committee are tail! at work at Frank, there being uniy one or' two smavl matters over winch any contention has arisen. reports about Mounted Police being brought here from Alberta are ncorrect and it is probable that no uirtiier addition to the 'tons will be lecessury. The charges against Swee- ney and Linn, the two men arrested lor intimidation the day before yeaier- iay, are to he heard this afternoon and the family did not go to the nines today being witnesses in the cases against the two inteii, it.'F posslblp or MI and wl.ill to hesve in the j wild pitch aion, two-thirds of the construction j equality ami commercial liberty for work on tho Winnipeg-Morton section wnicli "provision is made in existing ol the new transcontinental line territories. Only reference Io com- been completed. At the end of, Oct. the rails had been laid on 1245 miles out of the J8-I5 miles, which comprises this part of the system. Construction IMS not been commenced on the Abitti section owing to the impossibility of getting in supplies until other sections are completed. THE IDEAL BREAKFAT BEVERAGE Cocoa hna always been a favorite bnikfiifit drink, but tho extent to which it. is -.uid coffee in fwnuliiv favor IK oxcii.iitj; nmcli com- Certatnlv ihsro is every reason why it ehouM. Ope can'hardly Imagine a raore deftlrabis beverage on which to the easily and quickly Is It made, so delicious and 'ippottriug is flavor, g.nd inylb'or- :.Uog its Every member of the limllj1 csji ger benefit from drinfcio? Pry'-s mercial rights in c'ided temtory is mat, mutual agreement to take over rights and obligations in connection the companies holding conces- sions there. A.MERICANS CAPTURE TRADE London, Xov, tlnphiie makers arc approaching tlie Cnnadlan government alleging that, since the withdrawal of the Canadian anti-! dumping once operativM, Am- ericana aro capttiriiiK tha Canadian unplato trade formerly htld exclusive- ly, liy MAYOR OF DRESDEN Cbatbam. Ont., Nov. A. Kibble, of Dresden, aenly this moraine, aged 70. Heart failure was thfi ca'ufie. Capt. Rlbblo wap a native of Kent and wns Inn- Cocoa. It contains overy tediiisilc forimaieiy associalori with Dresden'3 pub- bodily nourishment. ic and commercial, life. It Is For You To Say Try Blue Ribiioa' onco. Then-It is for you to tay if you Till use U after that. If you find that if Is not superior'to tho tea-you bovc- besa using you may tike the packet back and your money will be refunded.. But" we know you will like it. I ;