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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rrtr: iJ-vmititinGR Wednwuluy, OHohcr RIDPAT.H HIGH CLASS TAILORING Annouminff'Uic csliililishuu'iil of new and lifted rnoins 707 Urd A vc.. Somli, Hull k whore ample room, modern lix- lures HIM! exeeiilional I'ni'ililit's permit llie a mit.a'uilieeut line ol' liie [in a notjiK in d I lie prod urt in n of eloliiinu' earel'nrdresscrs. I nviiiinf vou 10 I lie season s ollerinu's vou of oar liesl ellorls lo serve voit. THOMAS C. RIDPATH Member of the of the Mitchell Cutting School N'ew York Citv ternstiotitil Custom Cutters Association of Amcrici and COMMENTS ON THE WELCH CHOIR Tin' Kiiyttl V.Vlsli I.JidkM' Choir .ji'.'i ;il (lie .Miijoftllc Theimv pri) misfit iu lit- the nuuira! sf.i! ol' Uit- STHSOII -Oiunlil Hot be nisHv'tl by ul iwoil un.'.iic. rim- uuil they nnulo ITALIAN FACES NO ELECTION IN SERIOUS CHARGE SASI Char-ed wilh brhitfniE womnn Rcgiua. Oct. to i in, mmiril purposes Yin-. lvUh :o tilc Possible early Yt i (dt sacp. an Italian, was ar- r.iie.wd iicfoiv Magistrate Elall at ihr polkv cu'irl Jiiis Lust iiishl Sri'irpani Silliaer arrested Ver- suspicion, while the latter Tvas in tin- company of the woman in 'the t'iR'i Cafe. Both .taken Ui dissolution of O ture. PrpnikT St- AM inalUM> tu niiisical siatitts aloni- to tlm fiedtl of MHIP. ii's iiiut Ihi' drama''should In- iliiiH't- i Lillian Xoidica for all, up to to !lv Music mul Dramatic KdUor. in tin- inimical history of (hat !ui> irrlif pniEagi'tl for twu coiLsircu- ilivp jtJKlitK U'Vh. h and ai-sl of Hit- [ircscin year) in 1-1 nil. I lie auditoriitm in Canada, and as rlh'iHX IT. fact thai not n 'siiitrh- st'.ii mnainnl unsolil for eith- [er comvil, in I'act. on tlu- second wrre IN gain mlmissiui: Katlu-riiu- Hale, the bril- liant writer, coininuiits on the Nor- in Toronto in the Cau- ladian cenuny as follows: Lillian Ncnlii-ii is one uf tin- woinch j who liJis faiijiln iiiul -carried the world's In-art with her on the sUoag of her The other even- i inn, in a crowded Caiiailian hall, .she smiling, thai head s0 liigli, that botfv so ttial voice so big .and mellow aml clear, so nnlouclicd !by so full of the sun. .She is itisl a railiaul. rost'-of-all-llie- i tliis of ours ;uul no other singer approa'-hes her in living jrhann olher singi-r in our day jam! j-fiieraiion ever will. And the (wninnn who rim sing ".Mighty Lali' a Kose1' j.nft the wild cry of the anil a primitive Indian love sum: and the "Inilammatu.s" i within an hour, and in this cosmic ninfiv revive not a song alone, but a jdeep experience in th? in live indeed, arid to move tlir world I Mine N'onlica will be heard in con- cert bere on Saturday. October 3Stli. turo, infornitMi were the notice station, -where they t d looking rjt HIP rtjulTt on type fount! in ihr possession oi the wo-; nnn i In-, mr rument confiscat-; t) Ht police to utther iron-! h'f (i s1 i is pd In go. How- her cuiiipitniun was lodged in the f.Tll.s ivbero eave three differ-, tni H inn. d'i MIC, the of the m lit Pi icti in considered i veiv susiiic'O'Js- !iv ilic police, and tht I iu iv n tn hthive thai this! man is tinth in Great' Falls tin S jo1 M i i urns charges. ct di 1 rt minted tins j mo n r u t ipf Uitli'spie; t nilt i oiiji ii I nity to com-, t tativy thi'.t hud givtMi no by tiio pro- vincial Mr. nudctl that hi his ov.n wus r.otbiiis in tliu provincial poiiUrul s-Miaiion at rresent which cr.iied fcr or 'was dissolution of the "Voi; can quote us' CLARKE CO. The Ladies'Store 'Phone 453 Acadia Block Special Values in Newest Millinery to Newest Kttll Millinery Modes priced to suit (treat majority of women liud In fur 'jtreol and noueral wear, await you ligre in yplondld variety tomorrow. Made from tile newest shapes mul luls, right up to the present inliiuto style-3, smartly trlmniud JIB fas-hlon dictates, with volvoi. ribbons, flowers, mid the I I continued Mr. MADAME HUGHES THOMAS cat- on lhe which i Director of tli3 Welsh Ladies' Choir all that iiad been said of them in Th are blended well, the ami verve are continually niinii- -MADAME SHERRY" COMING TO MAJESTIC THEATRE "Madame Sherry." the musical com- edy rage of Now York this season, which, after six months of unprece- dented success in Chicago, is now at- tracting sensational attendance ni j the New Amsterdam Theatre, promising to remain all year or longer in Manhattan, will come hero in tliL1 course of three weeks for an '.MI a Lament of one night at the Ma- jestic. The announcement that a success of the magnitude of ".Madame i ATTENDANFS THREATEN and ihe pans balance beautifully, f to offered in this city powerful ot so- aL the pranos, aiul yet the nitoa are never luvor- is a i outdone, and wherever there is a local lterest lo its metropoli- iatiirallv. stirred up a11 degree, of counterpoint or response, the nsnnr On- ihtx-iiti.'ii to go on strike. In a aie v.ith tin- ni lo ihe they p! o o tin Ui'ct "will be proU'Si biitt-rly agninst 'tlie v. Inch will ho .sent, to Hie. po- M> S. tin ni e )d t'iuiH. at ont: time' HHJU lii_i iui fo ilnnk, ami mva h 1" t Imiu in Monlma ior some: m t j is! w is irtish i 1 ist night on i I'lr ci i Ot fif tliefi of some horse n-m. while he was in ilie employ j JMW of .Mr. Moil' Hr also was remanded for I'urtlii-r investiinitiou of the charg- jahvji's faithfully 'ruruulo. Oct. iiUeiuUiiiis of iJars-j; and ehonss work was veiaiion of Tine ringing ihat the thev it-iily inclined people hi the audifiicK sirall u'" never .Siilnries they rcr-rive. not ul ail with ihi; unluous HUM- arr calJpd on lo perform. NursT liie and Qf ft PS, they claim, receive only per ian ol- higyy cultured Heporter. Wt-jhington, D.- C. ThR siiigin? was spirited and mnrk- the evince of faithful tralnin :ii the start, in- Mean Gazett S2u nJter years of honor- Lima. Ohio. aitfi every indication is for a ph'an- oinflimlly successful engagement. Managers Woods. Krazee and Led- erer hai'a maintained a twin organi- zation at the Aru-sterdam Thea- tre, members of which have been int'erclmnglns performances, and it is ons of these .splendid companies, which will be seen here. Tn evory de- tail, the performance Is" a duplicate of the big New York production, and it i is coining hare with all the splendor I of cast, chorus, stage setting and special orchestra. es. DUBLIN STRIKE SETTLED strike declar- on the Irish railroads by ihu Amnl- Society of Uailway Servants Sept-smber 21, was finally fettled M'l-vif.e, iiinreovt-r, their hours ni hi n'jiny instances bi'piii at S and at' As :in evj- L1 of dis.siitisfnctinn they point ilmt 72 uittMidantR have left the insoUal nn root licre since lannary. The governint'ni lias lakcn ihp r request uinier serious considera- tion. KNIGHTHOOD IN FLOWER" S1JO.QO A feature of thete handiome hats thit thsm to women of particu- lar tastes wanting a medium priced their cxelutlvenegi, particular cure.having been taken to chow but one of n kind, am In the more expensive grades............. S5.00 to Best Time Now to Choose Your Outer Garments Suits, Coats, Skirts-and Dresses in most complete and satisfactory array and at prices unequalled by any ether store. CM virig; particular attention as we tlo to these various lines of rendy- to-wew' gft-rmuta and wilh a bright, roomy department In which you cmi h'Jrj'ect them ]o tlip'best advantage, we are in a position to supply yoin1 needs la-sisr.T.en'.a that are absolutely exclusive, with the grenlwel sjitisfacti-fii in sb'li: ami fit, its well us price. Lovely Yew Suits ami including ilic most Aid-active Styles Tweeds in light, medium and dark colors and plain se Venetians and basket cloths In the best shades of blue, green, grey, cardinal, etc.. lined with silk or satin, skirls cut moderate- ly neatly trimmed as fashion dictates with touches of velvet braid, well as liamleoine but- tons. A Suit Sale at of Interest to Economical Women Just a dozen or sp left in this speclaMot repre- senting worth up to and dark colors, all pure wool materials, coats silk and satin lined, beautifully tailored through- out and finished in the very best possible way. The New Dresses Make a Most Attractive Showing For Afternoon and Evening Wear Styles suitable for dressy occa-jlonu and which represent Ihe very latest ideas from leading faahion centres. too, Is an outstanding feature of this collection, for 111 looking the entire lot over as one woman "I see several to suit me and only one of a kind." 510.00 to Marquisettes and Cotton Voiles In pliln ind hundvomety embroid- ered effects; silks, satins, velvets and chiffons In most elaborate and attractive designs, shown in white, cream, pink, black and white, as well as the new cerlie, apricot and King's blue shades. S10.00 to S3750 ing in ttiis tremendous attraction, and i't i-3 safe to say that yesterday's crowd-3 will he the best advertisement I recommendation for another pack- house. THE LETTER BOX WARNING TO PUBLIC Editor Iferald, cases of typhoid LADIES' MUSICAL CLUB It has been suggested thai a YVo-J Musical Club be formed in this i cases ol typhoid fever The time ra "now ripe when an [having occurred among people living Ccrnmg to the Majestic Theatre on of ibis nature amongst Jon -ihe irrigation ditch in the vicin- wa- purpos-es, I P. ML'S DECISION WAS QUASHED October 26 and 27 ladles would 'be productive of of ami using ii.' A dramatic a1-'traction of more than 'estimable musical value. It is hoped ter therein Tor domestic purpo: WANTB MARRIAGE SET ASIDE Toronto, Oct. Denp.iay. of Toronto, took action yesterday 10 day. The companies agree to rein-1 the marriage of his danght-ar ordinary merit is coining- to this city jthe suggestion will assume practical on October 2ii and 27. when Miss An- jform at once, na Day, that sterling American act- j ____ -ludgc Winter this morning handed down his decision in the appeal of M. Kflfferman against (lie conviction of Police Magistrate Ball last spring, when Mr. Fefiennnn was fined one dollar and costs for breach oi the city bylaw regarding the storing, of hides the city. The appeal- wish through your paper to call the j was heard at the recent sitting Oi the attention, of a.11 those living on orjDiiStricl Courtp and was re- near such ditches and using the water tjn fcod j R Palnier to the urgent necessity .off i MAY RUN LABOR MAN Port Arthur, Ont., Oct. The Labor Party in considering the advisability of nominating a candidate to oppose .1. J. Carrick. since Janras Conmoe has retired. No other candi- date is in sight and the defer- red nomination tlajr It Thurs- day next. u> Li snpparung JAFN viMroin, to the urg-ent necessity ofi casrnf twenty associate players, will The appearance here on Nov. 24 having all water boiled before being for Mr' ?eilcrman prweiU. "When Kniglithood Was iiTjof Kuhellk, I'.ie wonderfiil gymnast for any domestic .purpose what-1 CmJe( hl the conviction quash Mower" at ithe violin, ouyht to stimulate lover.; ofjsoever; cd with costs fo the appellanf. TI-> of ;his play, a favorite stringed instrument. Jan inatlzatfon by Paul Kcstcr, from jKubelik, :vi a tecUnician, is a vcritabli ftnte ninety per' cent, of the strikers Ir'-' Otto Fredarlck Werner of Gyorgo- j .Major's roumntic novel of and every violin student should remaining i-an per j town, set aside on the ground that siime continue m and cent, when vacancies occur. They i was not -aightPen yoars of ago not dismiss new men who thi? timo the ceremony was ULT iakan on diiring the strike.. i formed. is aml [make a point, of hearing him. it was for this that Wiliiani j K. Sparks, fbj of Miss Day, i dacided to givj an elaborate revival of r.ho fine ohl dyaina this As L. G. DeVEBER, Winter gavo as his frounds Health Officer, j 'or q-'ashini: the conviction, ami City of Letbhridge. j thcrefnn: sett-ing aside the bylaw, that the' storing oi Indus within the offrnc DEPARTMENT Of LABOR IN ONTARIO Toronto, Oct. men of On- tario have started a mMrenmnt for the creation of a of Iftbpr In (he Ontario Cabinet. HE MUST HANG not. PRIEST GIVEN NEW EYELIDS Kansas Gity, Mo., Oct. eye- lids of the' Ttev. Joseph pnalor of the Catholic church near Bucyrus, "MUSICAL CANADA" V11M11 Uiiricul the woll knownj Prlnce Aliik.'i Io bo a nllisancc- whidl vvas.Kan.t have been replaced by new ones :eason. !monthly musical magazine edited by; charged with the .murder of Ills wife. notl 'IOIIR in aml ;tls" pieces of akin cut froni- the THERt NO f IT-PC FORM GARMENTS WITHOUT THIS TRADEMARK. A Remarkable Gnai'antee with your Fall Suit Fit-Reform relieves you of all risk and uncertainty in selecting Fall Suits. Fit-Reform takes all the responsibility for the style, fit, good tastt and wear. Fit-Reform guarantees every inch of scam and stitch. Let us show you some of the really new fall styles in these guaranteed Fit-Reform Suits., As illary Tmlor, liifi English :E- R- Piirkhnrsl, the oriHllle. miralcnl alld a( is i" restraint' of trade, j priest's arms and graftal on to tho nrincess, whose violent and ]and t'ifiiin'' wldol- In lioiml'ir' i ''Ort' "'ilE SPlirenced Ijy Jus Thus anotlicf of the city liylaws has.-jtumps of l.hc llde. Ho, has almost. f-aused thing-j to luini -ire fiilt of valuable i J-ainont to be hung on Nov. 28. j hemi found wanting when tlie .real i complete muscular control over the iirarrily at roiiit of King Henry ni'rormHtlo'n anil it-3 circuhitionj icstfamo. lids. VIII. of Bnglnnd, .Miss Day has won from coast to const. TEA DEALER SENTENCED __________ I. of Bnglnnd, .Miss Day has won .extends from coast to const, praise wherever she has appeared in i thai character. i MADAME SHERRY TEA DEALER SENTENCED i ReginH, Oct. Crlspen, I snine time tea dealer of vh'2 This foaming and fascinating yesterday sentenced KATHARINE 6OODSON COMING t-von !of perjury in the Kelii- h'jilharine the famous ,ho In the near her arson ease. i .hooked for the Majestic in the near pianist, h to return to this country Tille mlralc of the piece .in January. to bogni her fourth .lvcnlgc olld nevei. jtoilrof America. .Miss Ooodsnn comes: enthusiasm from an and- ;this lime under tlie management jAntonia Sawyer. The pianist who lias; ibeen hailed abroad as a "PaderewsW 'in lias 'every Eiiroiiflan country tour of Australia is recalled by STAHLAND :.-3 undoubtedly best pro- .gram that has been given in Letli- i bridge in -j lontr time i-.? delighting re- u-hc rend closely the iin ilie musical world. Mrs. Saw.ver Irniioiiiiccs that Jllus Goodaon will :lllro i (our with the Boston pictures !have Ket'ured the set or in world. The lecture icord breaking, crowds at i "Til Ihe Starland the- Slave maimgement CHURCHILL LAUDS LAURIER'S WORK 'phony Orchestra, and she 'ivitii MIC Minjieapolis SynilJhony Or-! ibe f.ubli'jllcd. McKELVIE McGUIRE, WE'LSH CHOIR plain picture story of the world's greatest crime, Mr. Martin explains very plamly why thousands of human Musical ciiUiiitiiflsts ought to urn -Jold every your Into white in view fine concert to he given jslavcry ant! lie gives a mighty plain in llm Majestic Unrc Fri-ftath that makes fathers and mothers I r f 11.P 'USk What CSn WB WipG ,lav Ihp. coiuhictnr of f humilIlUy (lll ('iioir, Madams Hughes-Thomas, is a ever the .human race, disritieiiislipd and talimlod lady, aiuljFiotl) pictures and lecture been ii is hoped l.cthhridgc will Rive her a warm NORDICA. IN TORONTO Many in Toront fuel with endorsed by press and clergy, Hon. Edwin W. Siina, U. S. district attor- ney, Knic-Ki A. Well, uuper- Intendimt of Midnight MKinionfl, Chl- und tho of the artisls have aiitH-arcd Hiinola traiuinic school for slrls, Am- no, ;uid most oi thorn 1mve crloa'a groat-est reformciw. Tonight tin-Ill be your laat opporttwky of tok- support, hut NO INSURANCE FOR AVIATOR j Cnleary, Oct. Bllis, I Calgary aviator, who said hn would London, Oct. self- fly from Calgary to Vancouver, np-! government for Ireland, Winston Plied for a IjJJO.OOO-liwunincc policy, j Churchill, at Dundee, excrn- liis arguments hy pointing to Africa and Canada an- hud- hreil loyal Canadians, I upon (lie slightest apprehension that it. impnin Km pi had re- lice I erf a measure which many judges believed it would have been tti their material ndvantngc lo accept, fie ex- hut wan refused. 4 CALGARY'S CABINET MINISTER C'algao'. Oct. i Jiunes A. Lougheert has been i summoned to Ottawa by it. L. llordon, and will be givan a. place in the new cabinet which is being fornvsd. Senator Ixtugheed left for the capiiu a few tlays but th'a portfolio which he will given has not yet been announced. I pi'cssert gratitude for the splendid scr- 1 vice which has been rendered the Im- perial cause by Sir Wilfrid Uuricr. 'SUPREME COURT DISMISSED j AN ALBERTA APPEAL Ottawa, Oct. Court this The report, WHH confirmed at j morning dismissed with costs, thte np- the meeting of Conserva- lvaal of the Calgsry and Edmonton Asaoclntton luM night hy Company vs. Attorney-General H. H. Bennett, M.P.-olect, who xtateri liml Sens tor would continue leaiter of the Conservative party in the sen- ate and would occupy a prom- .incat position in the new ad- mlnistrnlion. i of Alberta, orgund at the Spring sll- 4> tingM of the Court. i It IB the opening of the n-iitumn nit- mnd Hon. F. Brodcur, formyr Minister of Marino and FIsh-erieH, 4 look bis seat on the bench Tor fhe 4- flnit t.Iirie. The proclamation appoint- Mug him to the Bench wan by th'a 4 1 Registrar. Come in nnri hear it by all the tfrcatent muslcnl Instni- In price from records to choose MASON Dominion Block. Phone 791 ;