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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'VUIa.y, LETHBHiDGr: DAILY HERALD Pagelll. ff TL r 1 he dimpson to. LIMITED Tl 11 A 1 I he lime Has Arrived When you rriust do a certain'amount of FALL and WINTER Where'will you do it? By all means buy where you .consider Values and Assort- ment Best. Perhaps you fire not acquainted with tho different stocks in [his city. We would you look carefully through our Extciisive.stock of general dry goods ami ready to wear garments before purchasing, then if .you are not satisfied with, the rallies we offer we won't expect you to ho a, purchaser. Call, in, we want to get SATURDAY SPECIALS LADIES' HAND BAGS Leather bags, inediiini size well finished and lined, small parse in pocket rtft Each I.MU WOMEN'S CASHMERE HOSE. 25f. Plain black casbmerc .hqstj, seamless feet double heel and toe, Saturday LADIES' RIBBED VESTS 25e. Liitlies' wliite ribbed long sleeve under vests, full-weight Saturday Each 25c. Special Dress Goods Bargain for Saturday All our 60, 65 and 75c Dics-5 Goods, consisting of soigcs, panamas, mo- hairs, poplins, taffetas, and fancy stiipc dicbb iiialeiuils HI a lull i tinge of staple colorings. On1 Sale Saturday at per yard 50c WH.ITE SHIRT, WflSTS BLEACHEp SHEETINGS 27 1 2c __ .madjj up of. the Cjpresj TOjnoli...... "Liiieii raatcriiil, simirt new styles Saturday Saturday c 70 jnoli bleiched sheeting i good cloth 27 1 2c T42 aud 44 inch .pillow slips, fine even bleached cloth, Saturday each 18c, Bleached Irish- Table Linen, Saturday' ,.................fiOc. 68 inch pure Bleached Linen Tabling in neat floral designs, the regular price or this cloth is 75c to goc, Saturday SQc per yard. Fall and Winter Coats For Little Girls and Misses. This Store never forgets the little folk Twlien. ..'selecting' stock of READY TO WEAll THINGS: Their needs.ard loop- ed after tliis season in the pro- vision of HEAVY, .GOATS for Fall and Winter wear-for g'iris ;al, ages of two to 'sixteen years. We want you.to see them. ..The values live as' the 'styles'.-' Priced New Di'css silk, fringe, bugle fringe, bead tassels, and dress girdles' and tinsel. in aiukseq-them. SIXTH STREET LIMITED SCRIPTURE Psalms 37-1-9 noi. tiiysolf licoalisc. of ovil-ilo- MS, iicltliof.-ibb': thoii nsHinst llm workers ot'lniipiily. Tor Ihoy shnll soon be cut down Mice i.lie and wither aw (.lie green liVrli. 'i'riir.l.'.ln-t.ho.I.ord, nml do, tlmll, Uiou ihvoli In vor- hour addressed the, assembly oug similar Tines. Hte pointed out i them that the labor e Mother Country, in Canada, and home in Alberta and Saskaichc- came from .Liberal govei'n- ents, The Liberal party in 'every ise proved to be the friemf of ie labor ma-ii, and any ppjg -c li'ich has been made to make the lot i'j man more comfortable, as come from the Liberals. In Albert a and Saskatchewan, p.ir- cularly th'a result of the labor-leg- islation may bo seen, spcific instances 'being right al liana. Mr. Shepherd called tho attention of the meeting to the fact that the eight hour law, the Workman's Compensation Act and the 'Mining Act arc all to be plac-sd to the 'credit oT Lipfirai a-dministra- tions. The meeting' fol'lowed his''ar- j guraents very dosely and were well j USE-.-! with Mr. Shepherd's sta-J.e> nt of position in regard to bor legislation. At the conlusion his address h'a was asked, many ciues tions .which were: all answered satis factor'ily.. One mutter In partlculai h was, brought '.to' his attention thc difference between com- pensations acts of Alberta, and Sas- katchewan. It was the opinion of ;hoBC at thc meeting tiia-i thy Sas- cctchevyan law is much better 'from .hg pohit of view or thc man, and Jlr. Shepherd showed the dift'eitinccs, po'iiting out moans 01 effecting a change in the Alberta act which woii'Id p.ut it on a similar foot- THE Last Chance The big HALF-PRICE Sale of the GOW STOCK CLOSES TO-MORROW _ __________. Your Last Chance to Buy TWO PAIRS of SHOES for the PRICE OF ONE. Come Yourself and Bring the Children. Tomorrow Positively the Last Day the I Clearance of Gow's Stock at Bow's Old Stand INSPIRED HATRED OF ITALIANS Constantinople, eminent today Music and Cowboy Plcturi motion piolurea of found him I play at raj best T tn to do in my own 34 hours of Italian correspond- to cease dealing with Ital papers endorsing campaign adv'ise Ot- tlic Mary Weaver, aged an Immi- living, with. Smith township, near Petorho'rq, is re- ported as niisliii liucc Sciiteaiinr K, tomans to inoculate the young with rollicking, caic flee, adventurous life haired, for Kalians. Apprize court has ;of the cowboys on the Westein plaint, bcsn formed to dsal with'captures of j These reels show thc world's cham- war which up to the present time in- pjolls in tnA fan chides two tramp steamers, yacht, motor a-ad a 'rishters and steam launches. DEAL' WITH SCHOOL cy roping contrstt Hull-dogging of .wild steers, hitching anct driung horses, galloping, hitch the oiilv'toam ot buffaloes QUESTION anU' (irivin, ever broken to Imtnobli Col R6osc- vclt travelled miles to sec this show, we hrini; il I0 (our home thought as it seems to me it ought to be evpitessed See my flosh' ts soft al that 'of a child, yet covering musclei of iteel. They are thus 'because J worked from cli'ildhood to make them. trouble ntth nost pupils la studying a piece is that when they, eetk rin- dlMdiullh and originality they go about it in the way, and the Northwest .Review Says Conservatives Must Solve Probjem or Make Themaclvce Hypocrites Thc Northwest ll-aview ,thc organ'jp.m. Attend the matinees' and .uoid of tho English Catholics, looks to a the rush in the cvcnini revival of the vichool fir.ostion. I-n its current' issue, comriiontinjr upon a statement by the Winnipeg FFCP. ult is a Jtudied, stiff, hard per Let tlrem listen fc> the I to the TOIMI voice ivhich is speaking..every 'mo- In -unicr to handle the tremendous jment of thc daj, but -to which 99 crowd today and IPJJ doors i the ears of their foul" will-de open sharp at 2 nm and 7 iig with Jon. the Saskatchewan Icgisla- C. N. R. TOWN8ITE AT FISHBURN IS DISCUSSED Fishburn, Oct. to :urrent r.umors Micro, the C. X. It. iHve located -the prospective towuEito n tlvair rpad through this district on roperty, of Mossitf, McLcnn and Me- f and havp made the npcessary fans' in connection therewllh; also rchasfid right-of-way liich tliM runs. Another rumor as U Unit tin1 townsito lo bu on Jenkins' properly, north tif ark. Opinions of the pcoplis of iho iwtrict to favor Hit; forinni; Hie probahlo, liut i'rjty will .bo woi'J satisfied in Lse, and wo .irejoniy hoping for a jeeiiy of signs of wiiiv- y along route. Famous Pianist's Advice For a man whose vagaries 'are con- l-'rcsg that 'it was idla to expect that sidered by mam to amount, to abso the Bordon government wo.uld mental unbalance tho fuilonniK Play any interest in the question, the j piece or advice to jtudants Vinti" Review Buys: jfmlr dc Pachimnn certainly conlams Thi-j editorial would fead to the the cininteasonco of sanity and sound that we can hardly -aspect any reasoning: thins (rom lne' new government as! "OriginaliU in pianofoi te Tar as the Man'ltoba school question is whaf at does. 'it. rcallj mean'' Nothing Cincinnati May Festival Rehvirtal Begin, Tha beginning of th-3 rehearsals'for the comiug SIny Festival is the stren- uous work tiiat muse oe done: in -pre- paration for the great programs'which are to h'a presented .next sprlnjj. T.h-3 chorus this season begins a greater number of voices than for-a number of years. Yet this increase rots not been brought .about- by. low- (he standard which Mr Van dei sturKV-n requires x The increment his been principaih "in the male concerned. V -Undoubtedly, the over-j more than the'interpretation of one's whelming d'efeat of the Libaral-party j real self instead of the artificial oelf so "lat tne cho'r have in Ontario is, to'a great extent, due j which traditions, mistaken- advisers, a finer balance than fln previous years. ;senBe of nim- Seek for orig- Orig- to Protestant feeling against a Cath- and our own natural o-iic premier; but it. is not yet certain j jcry impose .1111011 ijs. oe that Ibis Prolestntit infln-cnne will be InaMly and it is gone like _ a factor as potential as the Sentinel slilning fln the morning grass, of Toronto would like it to be. In .'Hjjs the truj "Anyhow; a definite answer to this voice''o'f tlia haarT. iMvoirtd enjo'lii school question can no longer be post- j students to listen to tljeir own Inner poncd. As long as the Ubcral party voices. 1 do not desire to deprecate was in iiovivsr at Ottawa, tlie. provln-1 teachers, but I think that many teach- government of Manitoba could point to "it as an obstacle to a satis- 'actory settlement of that question, and It was at least difficult to prove :lie contrary. now conditions have changed. Sincy the are iit powwr n Winnipeg and in Ottawa, they arc committed lo soH'f- (lial pvob'it'rn or lo fraud themselves aa liyjiocritea: they HUK( show whelhvr they ers are in. vjrror j they fnll to encourage their pupils, to form their own opin'ions. 1 have always nought UK individual tn myself. When I Woolf-Fcrrari's "Vita which wi'H be given on th'a Festival week, with a large children's chorus, was lafcan.up. Mr. wilhcpntlnue to condncV; rehear- sals 'tfatil the coming of Van der tlio 'and of November. many other details net for a big festival 3re receiv- ing attention, so that the coming event: will 'h'a fully sustained on the high plane established recent MAKKETS GRAIN MARKtTS Oct. wheat aitliful to (ha jilalfonir, In support of opnneil 9S 3-4, closed Oil; November vhlcli they were gloriously defeated opened SIS I-S, closccV S8 H: IJoceui- n ISIHi: or Ihey innst. show opc-ned K V-S, closed Mayi'04 H-4; hey will lorever di-pend oil lite Or-j (old) opened 101 !t-S. closed 101 1-8: anil offfnd Oathollrs. l.Moy (new) opened. 100 closed a Protestam's, or wliotli-J3-I. Oats-Oclobfr 42 j ROBBERS MADE HAUL 60, Rejected M, Feed CO. W. 225. American Whcst r opened Jfc'p, closed 10.0 May opened 1K1, closed opened 98, closed 911 l-l; Slay opened 104, closed July opened 93 6-8, closed 9> a.a mnn to seo through the Idiot oii the her vide. said ,to 'hftvn .contained their position, ff tho Catholics thro- nghont tin; Uominion are offended by that Feed 3S. 3 70, No. miners. .iS'eithcr onielaTa'of th'.V cohi- patiy about tht lois. ;