Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I i'liW.v, TTTR LETHRRTPr.E DAILY HERALD QUALITY The Man That Makes This Store His Outfitting Place Will Always be Protected From Inferior Glpthes- v Unsatisfactory Clothes Uncertain Clothes THERE ARE NO CLOTHES TOO GOOD FOR OUR TRADE I We know that price is a very important consideration, when selecting Clothes, but after all is not 8Q much as Quality-we think not, for it is always Quality that makes for Satisfaction Our New Fall Suits For Saturday buyers in Progress Brand Fine Tailored Garments shown in tweeds and fancy worsteds, any style finished to your meas- ure-are unequaled, Prices 15.00, 16.50, 18.00, 20.00 and 22.00 Our Fit Reform Hand Tailored Suits in single or double breasted in fancy worsteds and tweeds. Are not duplicated anywhere, quality considered at 18.00 20.00 22.00 25.00 28.00 and 30.00 Negligee Shirts with Lounge Collars to match, in flannels, plain and fancy colors, prices to Men's 2-piece Underwear, all weights in wool, 75c up to Combination Uuderwear prices and FALL OVERCOATS You get the best values for your money if is possible to offer in New Fall .Overcoats. Any, style, Tweed, Ulsters, blue and black Beaver cloths, prices Furs Furs Furs Men's Coon coats, prices to Fur lined Overcoats, prices to Chamais line Overcoats, Persian Lamb or Ottor trimmed, prices to Small Furs Small Furs Fur Collars to Fur Caps 5.00 to 18.00 Good Hosiery in Llama, etc., prices 25c to 35c cKELVIE McGU [ASPHYXIATED BY THE UPPER AIR IAVIATOR RQDGERS GIVES GRAPH- IC DESCRIPTION OF WHAT CAtiSES'ACCIpENT Nov. iial asphyxiation inducing a somnia- I pathetic condition" is Cal- .itli P. Rodgers, trans-continental I aviator, declares attacked him when he full near' Complon last, Sunday, on Ion last flight of his cross-eonri- llry trip; -.Furthermore, Rodgers us- this is what ttzif; caused the leatltf of dozens of other aviators. "It lurks in the. pockets of the up- icr air said today, "and creeps irresistibly upon the sense of the aviator, lulling iiim-into dreamy unconsciousness. "I hcllevc this same, tiling to -have caused tbe deaths. Of Arch Hovsey, Ralph Juhnstonc, ttugoae Ely and a niiirtjer of others 'wha fallen to their death from great altjfciides, af- ter having lost control qf their craft. ''It was not in my case the rarifitd air that ovi-roamc mo. I have cxperi-. eiiced hydrogen-lacking aii" a dozen, tithes, ;uid it never affcetd me. "There was no stifling "sensation, hut I did notice a peculiar odor, not ike chloroform. knew I 'was fall- ing, hul did not lose conscioustiess until within a few febt'.pf tlie ground. "'I'he sense of "drowsiness .was first apparent shortly after .I had passed over a small town of Pasa- dcnn, I was tip about 1 tried to shafee it off, hut it increased The desire to sleep was irrcsistable Then T thought; the machine couji: lake t-are of itself. There was nc pain, no noise in my earn. 11 was just a -sweet, soothing feeling that 1 wanted lo go to sleep. ".Somehow, I got grip on mysoH and started in a long toward the earth. The nearer, the ground I got the. sleepier 1 became. I remem- ber that I had righted my machine and was looking for a place to .land when I suddenly IDS I. all conscious- ness. It was then that I'fell." Shilohb Gim quickly courfha, cures colrf.c. hvnla throat Md luurfs 23 PIANOS PIANOS to prices we are IIOAV quotinp; on a. few shop-worn and sccioml hand pia.nos-we have in slock Cnbiiiel: Grand, mahogany case Studio, mahogany case, a snap at High Grade Upright, shopworn', walnut case Upright, walnut case, snap at 1 Small Upright, mahogany case, new Circassian Walnut Mason -dt Riseh. discontinued style 1 Damaged Case, ___ Player .Piano, mahogany ease, a snap al above mentioned pianos nrc all In perfect condition nnd fully guaranteed by us, ;ind we will exchange them at any time on higlier in-iced or iiliiyer pianciE. The jnibllc is Invited to InsDect these pianos without Risch, Ltd. LKTirmUIHJE F. E. McCAW, open evenings until 0 o'clock. Dominion PIANOS PIANOS Two Bishops in One Family Breaks Ecclesiastical Records lowa sometimes-aven now. He is splendid host, and invitations for his social functions ar-a much sought af- in his diocese. The third of this clever trio of bro- msttnction lias been won by the re appointment of th'a Right Rev -Frederick Edward Ridg-eway to be Bishop of Salisbury, for that make tne second bishop in the family t. me same time, and a record in eccl'ss statical annals, ills brother, Charles jonn. is Blyhop of Chichester. More- over, the third brother also Is a par- son pf note, for hs is a prominent dip omat, and at one time was Governor of Ceylon. Salisbury's gain will be London's, oss, bishop has been a well-known and popular ecclesiastical ilgure in metropolis for over wenly years. Mo wa-3 vicar of a. largo' in Uie West of London for ten years, and was then appointed Suf- iragan (i.e., assistant) Bishop of Ken- wngton. The Bishop of London, enough his territory is not larg'e hi Kcres, has more than ho can attend to m tnat busy crowded area, and his -lake some o fit off his shoulders. With Mio suffragan bish- opric, Dr. RidcceWay was made at" the saint time rector of St. Botolph's, Dish opsgate, which is one of those old entireties right iu tho heart of the btisi IIOK district of London, now without I any Sunday congregation, and with practically no resident population. This appointment way given BO that cose. He used to visit every cel'l and also conduct a service. He is an emo- tional preacher, having a shrill but convincing voice. for the fixing of the frontier be- tween Afghanistan and Russia, and after this, entered the. diplomatic ser- vice. Ho became governor and- com- nmnd'er-in-chief ot Ceylon in 'IS96, aml He is; unlike many parsons, busi- gained gome rather unpleasant notor- nesshke and methouical, and as 1Gly On one occasion. When coming natural consequence, a punctual man. to England an' leave, he wished to On one, occasion, .however, h-a wau nrmg-hoine a favorite doe but the unavoidably detained and arrived at r. 0. on which ultra-BriMsh line in, induction- and so fined himself :u, Qmclals are -expected to travel importance to as i'ta presence in the market lias kept, sugar alone, of all food-products, from ad- vancing in price." Beet; sugar refiners attending the convention include Thomas B. Cut- ler .Salt Lake City; H. H. C. E. COALDALE Conldalo, Nov. Mrs. W. sett is quite ill at hoi home south. 4lso-an unusual accomplishment for rerUBed to allow him 13 have it on 11 parstm-me is a brilliant billiard So, like hb brothor, the Biah- 'up or Salisbury, he'pleased himaolf the finger of and came home ou .a foreign hue. icconllng to-how you look .viuch dust was kicked up by soine ol linted with ability, bclped to hoist people i" England, who spend irotlier'Chin-res', now Bishop of time in splitting hairs ami writ- nester up the clerical ladder.-While .ingMetiers to the newspapers at the icar of St.. Paul's, Edinburgh, it Imji- idea of a British ofiicial tniyelUng on icned that Gladstone attended the u foreign ship. Nobody had wvor done nurch one Sunday and heard him j it before, so why should he? t He mis so struck with bis TheSP clever loquence that shortly after, he of the late Rev. way, just a country clergyman. To Rev Mrs W B 'onl, Thursda) Xov 17th, a C. D. Polo, and family expect- to.. io'vc Cokc-ly's m tho ar future. Mrs. Hawson is spending tew with her daughter, Mis Mitfotd, jtt Lctlitridge. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF CEMENT' 5 In -November, 1910, it was announc- ed that tlie price of Cement had bee'S reduced. That announcement admitted by many as corroborative of the opinion that the merging fpj me stipend to the church mignt provide a maintenance for his msnopric. The now incumbent quick- ly got himself into hot water with lots ot people by putting the ancient city olnted him to Christ Church, Lan- fisier Gate, the richest living in Lon- 011, and here his parishioners he- line so fond of him that they built m a ivaw vicarage. He was on 'th'u ondon school hoard for three years, id took a lending part in the vio'ient oiKroversy which raged throughout ling land for some time on religious education. He bus publiyhed several nooks on education and other mnttcra. lie was Jiimointcd Hisbop of Cliiches- Jusf, before ho went in college, wiicre ho gained a small .scholarship. rectory up for ante. Of course it "e nuqrosung to a certain on ac count of Its ago. but it bad par al ".e ,'TV beamy, and reuiflciice it nt once In conveii- rant and insiinilary. li. lay so far from nis Kensington bishopric that he said three hours a day travelling ironi east lo wcfit In pursuit of hin' worii, in the end the bishop proved Himself lo bn In tlAi rlglii, tho rectory was gold. He is an ard on t lorn pern n c.-r, ad vo- <-'uie and cnmc into public notice dur- ing the debates on the Licensing Bill inrco years ago. In onp of hia speech- es, lie eiild that all barmaids should ue over the agia of thlrly-five. Ho is by his poor parishioners, and, a nsight lute i.ie 'gentlcnois of WALTHAM Watch Endorsed by leading jewelers for over half a century. The Jeweler is a practical watch maker and knows. "Jl't Time Vou Oicnr.il a Wallhnm." Send for descriptive Uock'cl. mTHAM WATCH CO., Montel, BEET SUGAR MAN WANTS PROTECTION THINK MOVE TO LOWER TARIFF IS RUSE OF THE CANE SUGAR MEN ('Iifcago, Nov. sugar refln- ITS, in convention here, formed tem- porary organization to carry on fli'air fight lo maintain the 'tariff on sugar. Ninefyfive per cent, of the beet, su- gar production of tlio country was i-e- proscnteil nt Iho meeting .according' 10 0. H.imlln, of Colorado fjpHngs, chjilrniiiri of llm convention. "The aim of bur orgntifr.iiMou prim- arily is to fight any attempt Jo re- move tariff on enld Mr. Ilnmlin. "Humoval of the lariff Is the weapon the New York refiners 1 wish -'n IISP tn olitninaif Riigar from ihe field. Beet sugar ctinuot Burvive wlllioul. a protective urliff. "Tito cxis-ionce of beet sugar as a j competitor of cane sugar-Is of prime are the Cement interests in Canada would prove a good thing for the "public.' The theory of a consolidation as the Canada Cement Company is that the consolidated Interests are'in a position to effect economy In pro- duction and distribution. That the Canada Cement Company nre working: upon tho idea of, iucrenB- ing con gumption by lowering prices, rather than curtailing production, and obtaining higher prices, ie clearly shown by ita President's report-to Shareholders at the last Annual meet-i Ing, when he stated: "It is confident- ly expected that the increasad de- mand and increased output wiU re- sult In further savings In the dost, of manufacture and distribution, and 11 is the policy of your Directors to give your customers the benefit ot, these reductions." That Is furthoi eildeuced by (he inoiincement, yhicb was made ou November luf, '1311. or a still fur- r redu'ction In the price ot cement. The reduction In some districts la Iflc per barrel, and In others, fie. Oil tho whole it will probably average c per barrel. This reduction with tho reduction made .last very large saving to the cement con- sumers of Canada. We trust that the expectations, of ower cost voiced by the President of the Canada Cement Company, will be realized again next year, so that the may continue its pojlcy of giving the benefit of these to Its cntircing the uses to which Cement put.