Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTirHKIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, November 10. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Of Wanted Merchandise AWAY UNDER VALUE IT IS THE POSITIVE KNOWLEDGE OF GEEAT AM) GEN- u i lie saving that is niaki'ng ihese week end sales so tremendous a suc- cess, and tomorrow will be no exception to the rule in point oj value giv- ing, for this advertisement is full of such news of fresh fashions and extraordinary values as must stir the keenest into rest in every wide- awake and thrifty woman. Particular care has been taken to feature lines most In demand now. Read the list carefully and come only for what you want. WEEK-END SALE Of White Hosiery 25c VALUES UP Heavy woollen hose for boyti and girls' school wear, sizes ti to 10 in., also heavy cash- mere hose in ladies' sizes only plain or ribbed, including all our 40 cent values grouped into one lot for a Sal. Bargain 25c, TO 40c. WEEK-END SALE Of Clouds and Toques 25c REGULAR 40c. VALUES Just the proper thing for chil- dren's school wear, shown in colors navy, cardinal and white, every one taken from our regular stock and splendid value at the regular price, worth 45 cents. Sat. Bargain 25c. A Special Purchase of Plain Taffeta Waists Selling Tomorrow at These are all made in the desirable plain shirt-style, so popular this season, set-in, full length sleeves, plain front tind back, with ueat pocket ami turndown collar to match, made of cxeeltent-qinlity taf- feta silk in colors, navy, brown, green and black, All sizes to choose from up to 41, Saturday Bargain Two Marvellous Values from the Beady-to-Wear Section NEWEST COATS AND SUITS At Big Savings for This SATURDAY SAJLE COAT SALE -514.75- worth up to SUIT SALE -S17.50- A'alnes worth up to EVERY GARMENT OF THIS SEASONS MAKE 3RIGHT, NEW, FRESH AND DID MATERIALS, BEAUTIFULLY TAILORED; PRACTICAL, WEARABLE AND UNUSUALLY LOW PRICEP. WEEK-END SALE OF MOTOR Made of excellent nua'ity crystalline, Fine and sheer, strong and durable, shown in exjra large size, 36 in. wide, finished with wide hem and hemstitched, colors navy, brown, black, gray champagne- and white. Saturday WEEK-END SALE Ol1 GOLF Our regular ?2.50 value specially priced for the one day only shown in Norfolk style finished wil.h pearl buttons, excellent quality, heavy weight, col- ors white, navy, cardinal and grey. Satunlay Heavy Wrapperette on Sale Tomorrow Including 15cand 18c Lines-12 l-2c Fine twilled, excellent wearing cloth, shown in u big range of spotn, stripes -and floral designs, fcolors navy, Copenhagen, reseda, myrtle, cardinal, grey and black, very closely woven 28 inches wide, every piece a splendid value at the regular price of 15 cents and 18 cents. Saturday Bargain 12 l-2c. WEEK-END SALE Of Ladies' Vests 65c. Keg. Value White and natural colors in heavy ribbed goods and flcor.c lined, vests and drawers to match, extra warm anil com- fortable, serviceable and Wat- son's Unshrinkable make, Regular ?1-00. Hal. LUiirgiiin, WEEK-END SALE OF LADIES' Values Medium and heavy-weights in while and natural colors, comprising some of the most ilcyirable lines we have had to show. All are of the deslr- rtblo Watson's make, perfectly proportioned and guaranteed not. to shrink worth up to 12.25. Sal. Bargain BIG LAKE WHERE TOWN ONCE STOOD Peculiar Freak of Nature Following upon Land- slide. Spokane. Wash.. Nov. velt. i ho principal town in tlic TJtmi tier -Mountain district in eiMitrnl Id ho. in la today covered by lake GOO yards in length and 2 yards in width, and of 'an uvorago depth of 25 fei't. It WUB the scone o a gold strike nine years nyo, am thousands braved the hardships am hazards of the trail. H proved u tils appointment, though much pay ore WHS developed nearby. The circumstance which wiped the town i'of 'Roosevelt from the map was peculiar. U resulted from u laud slid'd two yours ago, starting the source of Mule Creek, two and a half miles from the settlement. great avalanche of earth and stone plough- ed its way through a virgin 'forest will) a roar that was heard for miles. [Twenty-six hours after the break oc- cun-cd, the mass stopped abrupt 1> [across the lower part of the town, I forming a dam for Monument Creek, which has now-formed a lake where the townsite s'tood. I There were few residents in the jtowu at the time of the slide, and all _ escaped with their possessions, owing i to tlie slowness of the avalanche. A lot; school house and two cabins, out Jot its path, now stand as silent sentin- els to mark the vanished town. The 'buildings arc situated above the water line, and as the lake has risen to a i point that it has an outlet, it is not likely that the water will become deeper. Roosevelt camp today is deserted, the residents having moved to other holdings. The mines are closed and the prospectors and m livers have sought newer and more promising fields in the tributary country, which ia ricii hi mineral resources. It is hardly practicable that the camp will ever be resurrected, as it is isolated, and off the line of transportation, b'e- sides which it would take a fortune to drain the water off to make it fit [for habitation. i HI W.C DEFENDS THE AGREEMENT German Reichstag Divid- ed Over Settlement of Moroccan Mix-Up Berlin, Nov. Von Bethimm Hehvig appeared before a house to defend the Moroccan treaty today and exhausted his skill in explaining the great advantages of a friendly settlement with France, lo i the future value of the colonial ac- quisitions and to disapprove the re- ports that Germany had banked down before the British menace, he was howover, allowed to finish with scarcely a sign of approval in ap- plause. I The crown prince, whose public re- pudiation of agreement has not j been, denied, appeared the royal- box with Prince August William. Von Bethman llelwig discussed the resignation of secretary of state for the colonies, Dr. Llndquist, who re- fused to appear in the Reischtag in defence of the agree- ment, and passed out the accusation of weakness, maintaining that Oer- man prestige rebuked those demand- ing a display of the German fist. Not a Homeric Age "We are not living in the Homeric age, when threats and boasting were thought the chancellor said. "Germany is strong enough to dispense with a shield rating and will know how to draw the sword when tile time comes. The emperor stead- ily insisted on strict adherence to our program at all stages of tire negotia- tions in full consciousness that every action of a great power may involve the fateful question of war or peace and full readiness to uphold the honor of the nation with the sword." After discussing the presentation [made liy Germany to Great Dritain relative to the speech made by David Uoyd-Gcorgn at a banquet given by the hankers at London July 21 last, and to Anglo-French newapaFW inslnr nations and the belligerency at the Gorman people as a result of Lloyd- George's remarks, the German chan- cellor declined: "Nobody can tell when war will come, but my duty is to act go that war will be not demand- ed by the honor of Germany and must bo averted." This statement called for genwal applause. Witd the best quality Over Shoes, Cardigans, Felt Shoes, Leggings, House Slippers And Heavy All-Wool Hosiery Our assortment is the largest we have ever stocked. Every brand of known worth and best value for the money s f Yl 1 S NORTH WARD RATEPAYERS' PROGRESSIVE PLATFORM 10! all home men anil Hamlidates Selected for; siioui.i do .the wort. union men Council and School Board Progressive Platform done towanls slopping the game- The social evil caused a great deal of dis-j cussioii, but nothing definite was ari rived at regarding this important, matter. 'It question that ha; puzzled communities from the begin, riing of linrL-, and the North l.etlij bridge ratepayers were not in .a posi! (ion to say how this should be renftii died. School, Trustees Dr. Thompson and Roburt Nimmo. were thii two placed in nominatin for the position of school tuistt _____ ARE SINGLE TAKERS Single tav, liie commission form ..r -Government qml the Municipal Ml. Nimmons ,m Av.im to lllul ownership o[ the Public utilitiesiwerc! ,jjs namc Lo go lhe g asked that; the meeting auppor [all endorsed. The meeting hour of j Want Subway Built in Advance of Street the Doctor, This was done and th- nomination was made unanimous. In a brief speech the doctor thank: ed the meeting for the honor con. Railway cussion, some of the members think- ing lhat the hour was changed from 1 the evening to the afternoon in order to keep the working man out of the "ami stated'his poai Council. Also that if the meetings lion upon several impoL-tant matte: were held in the evening more of wil, comc hcfore the whOo (ratepayers would ho able to attend j Uio meetings and see for themselves j Ulc and Williamson was tlonc- Jhc. many other attractions tftt m and all prese look a great interest in the matters brought before tlie me id tl Must what was tlonc. The candidates' nii.nr -H John Grtmorc and A. as m. oU.et tae received nominations for Ahlor-i to man of the North Ward, at the meet-; die: members of the council. ing of the North Ward Ratepayers'! Regarding the social evil ami the association last evening. Up until 'gambling ijucstion the candidates had] rpliujar niectjllg wiu vrsierday afternoon it was- thought nosollltio11 ln hut the meeUnS on Thlirsja, ,.vening ncxti w that Alderman Pravne would went afUT present j u js Assessor Moetn name to So before the meeting, "'f-j.it e Charges L. AIanu-aring wn, !UJdrcss DANGEROUS BRIDGE AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Nov. Trot, tier, n half breed. killed here last lie was driving under a low bridge a fflBt- ratti when his head struck a beam, knocking him back- wards and breaking bis neck. Yesterday's two accidents make 12 that have occurred in l.wo months, oisht of wblch have been fatal, that (he police were on the inside ratepayers On liie Single Tax qi track with all the gamblers ami ,oth- crs of a low type. One man. ..even 'made the statement that he -had'seen some of the police, in u .eurtai The highest waterfall in the woi js Cholock Cascade, U. S. A., which his name to gi hut as announced in last evening's Herald Mr. Krayne decided to with- draw. Mr. Cfilmore and Mr. Williamson hoth addressed the meeting staling i. what they would endeavor to do room and that nothing was nalC a mile hlsh. elected. The main point brought out; was thai ii the street car system is to be built next spring something should be done at once regarding the; suhuay at Westminster Koad. commission form of government was; and also the single lax. Another important matter was the; outlining of the improvement work to be done city for the com- ing year. They criticized leaving it all until the last moment and then in the middle of the summer start to j Thc council should lay out the work in the winter and when spring opens tlic City Engineer .should sec dial that work is begun just as soon as the weather will permit'. North Ward Neglected U vcn.5 charged that the Council has not Itopt pace with the growth of the city, especially in the North Ward. Work that should have could have been done some time ago was not touched until late in the fall, and that there was no gopd rea- son why this should bo so. Another feature was that in the fu- ture in letting contracts for im- provement work all contracts should have a clause specifying lhat none, union labor be employed, and not; leave it to the contractor to employ whom he pleases, but to sec that first COMMENCING WED. NOV. 8 And lasting for one week only One-third Off All Felt Shapes .1. have OIL hand a large assortment of Uiese fell; shapes, trimmed and imtrimmed. Also nil Fancy Mounts, Wings Child- ren's hats, every one in good shape, which 1 will sacrifice, 33 1-3 per cent, discount ALSO 2.i I'EK. CUNT. DISCOUNT off all. .Heaver and Fur Hats. (JhilTon Veils, Face Veiling, .Ribbons and Velvets. Owi Week MISS CAMERON IUII Klork. ;tnl Avenue.