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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, FAOE FIVE CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Superb Showing of Tailored Coats This is the most beautiful collodion of stylish coat models that has ever bnei) seen in this vicinity for. anything like the which the first glance will show to be real fashion leaders. Study their design, their wealth of trimming, the ex- cellent quality of the pure wool cloth, ami you will really wonder how such garments can be sold for the figure we. are asking to- morrow. V (MC (Ml ipl3.uu Such a splendid combination of qual- ity and low pricing is indeed excep- are absolutely pure wool beavers iri fine silky finish, col- ors navy, green-and black; semi and tight-fitting styles; seven eighth length, lined to waist; finished with velvet collar, single or double breast- ed styles. The above is only one of our representative lines Other models representing equally strong values at up to Who AreJParticular About Underwear do you look for in underwear? First its quality, then style and construction., then value; and the garment must conform to your figure to be comfortable and otherwise satisfactory. These are points we insist upon in selecting our underwear. We out ourselves in your place, as it were, and our demands of the manufacture are far greater and more exacting than yours. That's why our underwear'is always found to satisfy, better than is expected; in other words it is just a little bit. better than the ordinary sorts, even though the price is usually a trifle less. From the modest undervest, to the Union Suit' this stock of ladies' garments is complete. Incidentally it is replete with splendid values. Extra Larsie Size to 'Vests and drawers for very stout women; white and natural colors. Natural Wooi Vests and The famous Pen-Anglo brand, guaranteed ab- solutely pure wool and splen- did to wash and wear. Ladies' bleach- ed garments in all wool, perfect splen- didly'inade; .good Winter weight. Ladies' fine ribbed goods, shown in natural color only, beautifullv finished and 'extra soft. Ladies Vests and or natural colors, splendid qualities and good weights. Ladies Vests and fine- ly finished vests white or natural colors, draw- ers in two styles to match. Vests and wool good? or some a small" mixture of cotton; all guaranteed lent values. Ladies' Vests and fine ribbed pure wpl goods in white or natural colors, drawers to match in two styles, guar- anteed' not to shrink. 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED J VAUDEVILLE. Pictures 1 A Little Child Shall Lead Them 2 The Deception 3 Collection of Stamps 4 All Wool Garments Vaudeville, The Qzavs Comedy Novelty Jugglers Billy Lloyd The Eccentric Comedian, Lyceum Theatre Our New Advetising Scheme LOTS OF FUN LOTS OF MERRIMENT E. J. Chamberliri, Vice-President and General Manager Of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway THERE IS STILL ROOM For You To Enter the Herald's CONTEST The list of candidates in the costly gifts. Doa't wait until be pub-j the list is published to see who is 1 1 i! H'H-H-H'M 1 RUBBERS FOR FELT SHOES AND OVERSHOES i i 'S BAY COMPANY -i-: M-I-H-I-' -I'-H-H-I-M M-M 'i-i-t ,NEW DAYTON CHURCH NOTES New Dayton, Nov. Nash, -of Warner, organized a Young Peo- ple's Alliance here a week ago Sun- day evening, and stayed' over a couple days visiting members of thcj church in town and the country. pledged on Sunday evening by the Al- liance, to buy an organ for church services. Rev. Lyman Brough, from Surrey. N.D., is expected here Wednesday, Nov. 10, to hold evangelistic meet- ings immediately on his arrival. We i hope for the help and attendance of the surround ing community. We have MUST CUT OFF THEIR CUES Order Affecting Certain Clas- ses To Be Adopted In China Sunday school at 2, preaching at 3 great hopes for New Dayton re- ligiously, as all take a great interest and Young People's meeting at 7.30 p.m We are holding our school-house now. increasing. Some every Sunday. All are cordially j work- invited to attend all services. i meetings in the N- i but wi Last Sunday evening, Nov. v, wasicr0w.ds arc the first.meeting of the Alliance All of buMinK a foung people and a lew of the older j ones, showed their appreciation of the j c urc it realized, ed. the church. Victoria, B. C., Nov. 11. News was brought by the steamer Aki Maru to-day that alterations may be made in the plans of the Japanese lines, and but three vessels may be operated next season on a monthlv schedule instead of fortnightly as afe present. The Nichi Nichi, a Tokio daily says the American route three steamers of over 6.000 tons are to be allotted and be run every four weeks." A meeting of the Japanese military council was held just before the Aki Maru sailed, and several important changes w-ere made in Japanese mili- tary works, a new manual of infantry executive being assigned, basing all infantry manoeuvres on the theory of attack, the theory being that men should be taught to carry the spirit of assault in every engagement with- out consideration of defensive tactics. Another feature is greatly increased distances between units of skirmish- inland fighting lines. New manuals arc being prepared for cavalry and artillery. Arraugements Those who now have a Treat O ter the contest is over it will be of no use to say what jou could done. People look to refill aad will estimate you i.at .vou accomplish. You will feei with yourself if you see ume one with fewer friends but with more en- ergy than yourself enjoying tuc prize aid's prize contest lished for the first- time next week, j going to compete; and is eagerly anticipated, not onlv in their names by the candidates' themselves, but by start on those who wait until their many friends. There is room the contest gets under headway, for many more in the-list, and if you wish to win one of the splendid priz- i es offered, be sure and send ia your name at once. The Contest Depart- ment will explain every detail, supply you with receipt books, and help vou.' in every way possible. "What shall I do to is na- turally a most important question to a candidate, and the answer is that the business of collecting subscrip- tions and votes requires a capable- manager. The first thing to do is to let your friends know of your ambi- tion; secure their subscriptions or promises of aid in -the future. You need not apologize .when you ask for a subscription Herald. Full value will be received; Old sub- scribers know this, but you are in- terested in NEW subscribers, be- cause their'subscriptions count more votes than renewals of old subscrip- tions. Explain the excellent "news service of the paper, thoroughness in presenting the local situation, its bright editorial page, etc. Once they get the habit of reading the Herald they will not give it up." The Herald's prize contest is still quite started, in fact, as far as active work is concerned. The interest is very although it has been announced but a few days. The prize list is so attractive that i In order, to stimulate interest in our artistic advertising slides specially de.sign.pd- for us by CO. the management of .this Theatre :will each week present" A cake to-the Advertiser whose slide advertisement receives the heartiest approval of our patrons. The or his representative will carefully .note, evening, the 'amount of'applause accorded to each, slide as it is shown on: the curtain and at the Saturday performance will an- nounce the''name of the advertiser who in the" opinion of the -audien-eo TAKES THE CAKE Audience are the _ The successful TAKER OF THE CAKE will be announced each week "Monday" in this paper. that you have allowed to slip a your lingers. There are many people who have just the qualities for the raakinc of a good candidate: it they vill and persevere they will have the as- sistance of every one of their'friends. Get into the contest now and show them that you will not allow aajone take advantage ol more oppoitun- iiics than you do, and that you have entered with the 'determination of sticking to it' and winning one of the valuable prizes. For the purpose of the contest and in order to equalize competition tne territorv -has been divided into two districts, and the contestants in each district .will compete among them- selves for the district prizes. District No. 1 comprises all the ter- ritory within the city of Lethbridge. District No. 2 comprises all the territory outside -the city of Letb.- bridge within the circulation zone of The Herald. Candidates in both districts com- everyone's attention has, been caught. pete for the three. Grand Prizes. Many people have been watching the growth of "the Herald, and words of praise are heard of its progressive spirit in making up such a fine prize list- All the awards are valuable, and it will be a lifelong regret to you if vou make no effort to win one of The Contest Department in the Bry- an Block will be open every dav from 9 jn the morning until 5.30 in the even ng. On Saturday evening the contest headquarters will be open un- til 9 o'clock at night. Everybody is welcome to call, whether they wish to enter or simply to make inquiries. HAY AND FEED FOR SALE Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 him four dollars for trying to locate the "blue automobile" which was re- ported to have been seen in front of Mme. Stein-heir s home in the Impasse Rosini at 8 o'clock on the that the crime was This- testimony was-intended to show that Mme. Steinheil was anxious to dis- cover the identity of the assassins. Further testimony for the defense was given by M. Scheifer, an officer of artillery, who twenty years ago had been a suitor of Mme. Steinheil. by M. Paisant, an attorney, and oth- er friends of the Steinheil family. All emphasized their conviction that the woman, loved her husband and step- mother, and vas innocent. Mrs. O'Toole of St. Paul has writ- ten to the Mounted Police at this city asking them to endeavor to lo- cate the -whereabouts of her son. W. O'Toole, who is; supposed to be ia this part or Canada. The young man is twenty-seven years old, 5 feet 7 inches in height, rather stout. has good education, and is thought to be working on a railroad survey. small as our j werc maae for official trials at the talk nice big manoeuvres just travelling military organization, by, their attendance. It is starting out well, and we hope it j will continue to do so. About 25 have j joined and" we hope for more. There was more than enough money Jt We hope to see boils 'rise and heats soups, being signed after those concluded of a kitchen which de- used by Russians collection. He ransacked Manchurian cities for porcelain, but failed-to find specimens he sought. There is great activity in the campaign against Kor- ean insurgents, and during the dem- onstration in Oclcbf-r in Chollade 33'i were killed and fin captured, and the Japanese loss being three killed. Advices from Pekin by the Aki I Maru state that an order will be is- sied when the morning for the- Em- press Dowager ends, that all officials. military men, students and policemen must cut off their ques. SAYS HER PAST IS INTERESTING The Lethbridge Furniture Co. Yours for Miss Daisy G-reeno. Y.P.A. Cor.-Sec. Quebec Heater Don't Forget, for One Week, Bargains in Quebec Heaters, with fireproof brick. No. 5, reg. Sale Price No. 4. reg. f 14.00. Sale Price, >Te.3vreg. Sale Price, Pot, reg. 30c., Sale .Price 2Oc. 3-quart Pot, reg. 35c., Sale Price 25c. 5-quart Pot. res. 50c., Sale Price 35c. High Backed Rockers, reg. Sale Fjlce Dining Room Chairs, Sale Price Cl.25. COME AND SEE Ub The Golden West Furniture Co. OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICfc Madame Steinheil Makes Outburst In the Court in the recent war. The Japanese government has form- ed regulations for the protection of whales, according to advices, and whaling vessels of Japan will be lim- ited to thirty being licensed for five years, and regulations are being drawn up for closed areas and sea- sons, but the penalties for infraction are not calculated to prevent infrac- tions, the maximum fine being China is reported to have notified Japan that the Pekin Government will not consent to Japanese railway guards for the Antung-Mukden Rail- way. They are proposing to "-place. Chinese railways guards instead. i Japan will propose an arrangement whereby Japan and China share equally in guarding the line. Baron Kituchi will leave Tokic m the middle of December for New York to lecture before the Civic Forum. He is president of Kioto University. Lord Kitchener, whi is visiting Ja- pan, has been making a great collec- tion of Chinese and Japanese porce- lains in keeping with his hobby. Chinese porcelains arc second onlf to his military work. The affects are chiefly porcelain of the Kanghsi Yung Ching and Chicnlung areas, and at Pckin he spent. adding to his PHONE 381 FOR BREAD We Have All Varieties City Bakery 1 Beside New Fire Hall ex- Paris, Nov. The state closed its case against Mme. Steinheil. ac- cused of the murder of her husband arid her step-mother, Mme. Japy. at 2 o'clock this afternoon, The defence at once began th amination of its witnesses of there will be fewer than were called by the state. The close of the pro- secution's evidence was enlivened by another display of anger on. the part of the prisoner. Mme. Steinheil hau already insinuated that she could tell j ot the things that would be interest- ing to the public, but not pleasing to persons in high official, circles. She is supposed to have referred to her in- trigues involving persons whose ciations with her would be regarded as a national scandal. This threat she has held over the court from the date of her arrest. To-day ia Ja. fish of passion she cried out, "My past cor.taifls interesting chapters." Judge Devall appeared unmoved bv the interruption and promptly and sternly replied "You are at perfect liberty to say anything that TOU please." Mme. Steinheil, however, went no further. The. first witness introduced by the defense was a chauffeur, wlio testified that; Mme. Steinheil pave Special This Week Bed Couches Davenports Bed Lounges These are unequalled in and usually 1! ,00 usually usually usually tasteful styles, variety prices Lethbridge Furniture Co, 8k KNIGHT STO POLISH Don't use as much "Black Knight" as you have been using of other stove polishes. You don't need as much, to bring a brilliant, glittering, lasting polish to the iron-work. A Httle of "Black Knight" goes a long way. And you get a bigger box of "Black Knight" than of any other stove polish that sells for loc. reason, you can't get "Black Knight" Stove Polish at your loc..for a large can postpaid. TIE F. F. DAUEY CO. UMITED, HAMILTON, OaL Makers of the famous "2 in J" Shoo Polish. 20 ;