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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UVdiir.sda.v, October IS, 1911. THE .LETHBR1HGE DAILY HERALD EDITED tV "INO" Phone 1224. Retldsno Phone> jiulRini.111 mil tenMirc imliiii tor j but if Ime H li n is on L "ia l L-> loy.Uii.1 ll inusl ilseU slowly siiriKiiing and at lust Anon. Mis I Moigui "ill not rccutc. lurmullv iiulil after the Year llu I Miss tut, incnl jnn6iwccd 1 Icaiior louse.'Ms t'litcrtiiiiiiil tomorrow i .at Hie tea hour I III! Literary 1'lub. u'ill meet u'itli Mi i, 1 un h nd i> titi'rnoun, Miss Muslull id LilK'n tthohib IjLLtt ,1 IlOUbf gllLSl With I> I I-Janlio; left for her home this af- ternoon- Mrs. UulT'apt. Air. and Mjs. I II Wilson-luivij youe to Brooks, Alia, 'to attend Mr', '.liimcs who re- uiitlj sLlTcrid a venous iixuknt Ml And Mtl i 111 in IH.LII spemlniL, SQIML tmu in t U kin) with thru Ircnt uid I tliili halt iclllitud to UIP uliv PREDICT REVOLUTION WILL FALL TO PIECES End of. Chinese Trouble Said to be Close at Hand San' Oct. A culile- gnmi from China received hits today tlit I ree ol city state.} tluu Chinese 'Importer urulfieiV Hal Chi now at Havana, has IJROM ordered to proved, Immediately to London ind bupplj i skeleton crow for A training ship now stiuctcd at un 1 ird lor ihc Chinese Ilio tiilnlun H stated wia about foi tin sou and both vessels were, ordered' iy pf bituml lUmic Spoil UIL, LO Vi lieu .rv Cliallen of Vancouver, C Ihc iii uimgL uill lake plau, ut lur" tho New Year I ho ibo.t iliHif tn hi in) it! tins city ds Mi Uifdl tu is liLtc, IjirQiigh h't> luge mining uiltusU V uomnii trie lo icfeislci tjjc! t'eginlralion books wtrt thrown open jtSUniy muriuiig tu tliL met gtiaid of del llllL lit iO ItlO home undei Torctd diaft the n Se is Mi" I Poheil on biu fiiijnisi chobiu Blossoms in the .scheme of ilecoral-ion. Htcjustcs Ind tloimd becoming Row ii of gjcrn iphtt ciibuiilctl at (iihioidi i} tnniming ftliJt I Slnuiiaii iisi t il ing modish blue pret-u hat of ilu slndt CQWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is a great food for husky young ath- letes satisfies the appetite. easy to digest and delicious STRAIGHT 10 BUSINESS HEN Business Association IT older that mav he no mis undcrslanding ubnpt aland taken jv the BiisInesG Men i Association ic ginliii0 tlie undij achem our own local charitable in titutions von let some unknown pir tv walk into jour phce of businefc1? pick up an article vilued at ffom ?5 to ?yO md R Ik ot ivithout sivmg j worcf' But "if on the oiher hand that, parti were a vvell known citizen whom jou knew aoHcIung fol a loc il institution it would bo or tnothei piopos tion Even go fake adiertismj, Ihmk, it over will sinely rteoide to give >our individual assistance to inj moje tLal will produce- siich' beneficial 'resiiltL, ind stamp out tint, uridesir able pi her the in> be HIGH PRICES WERE. PAID FOR VOTES Elgin Liberal Will Protest the Ejection of .David Marshall St 1 horn is Oil Oct t gin Liberals will protest the dlaetioji of .Divid M P Libenl ex ecntne members from ilmost section riding make-allegations of bnberj ind corruption. In-'somc ins (inces it is alleged tint a high as lj to doubtful to induce hWtc sani said lo received foi the same service It ifa ilso alleged tint voters losid jng out of tile tiding were proMdod Mith triiuportitiou expenses and gifts ins wpre made with a lavish H Is furthp illeged thir Mi othei fit) fpi matter should d into in gotten up nndc jtho uispices of local church hos pituj or rhtntible iptiitutlpn when investigation tjiat the loci] oi 'ltuj jganization leenlyes a >eiy binill j imoimt of uuefit compared with the M il [person who piomojw the bn j b luied of Aomeihing for nothing nattn U aopealb to .ill th u depend on public for _ main- leinnce but thjnk i e iceivc A fieo sujpli of pirtioulai u tide you dailj the putsidei it 13 rrom two to len jimcM tho cost of ;ii liclei Whj not Rroujple tho idea sour self and receive 01) the bejifi'iU in stead of onlj a pqrtfOn of t> eitt Tlu business of tjiii oftv hue been "held for to live tliou Hud dollars q jifitr b> out aideia and it in uifptli i'pie to ctll a hilt This fifni b on si ted to schemers should in Ipta Ihp troasu of out local ipcJetl pilals and How can von to Damping out thf'J niilHance? Men's Asaocfjtion with In HOOMI Hull niock, liave will InvLsUKPlt iltorouihl) tjieli (K'neme brought to Ilia notice, .tfhono UH soon is ine ypprosic htftl one of rfdveilliiing full (lutfriilari sand dollars H ,your bejuff from the city when If eoiild fur mofft profit- ahlv IH> left for the bcjipfit of hoy if., l ilion IN THE LOCAL COURTS Snm Stuckey, of the u Coil was this moming 5iO and coatr it the bgiuckg for -.selling liunor out. of Chief License Inspector J. D. .NMcholseii pro- scented. Dlhtrict Couu hos idjojirncd to meet on Tho prlson-ars Oawsoii, Souihwlok and Ponedi were taken to ICiTmbnto'ii this iifternoon by Corp. R-jid antj Con- stable .MtitheliHoii W. H. Toronto, Oct. II. ex-imiyor of Sanlt Mnrio, lit Me WHS a hroflicr ,1. of the Htcol ('orpor LETHBRIDGE GETS FINE CUP For Biggest Delegation at the Dry Faiming Congress (From Own Reporter) Colorado Springs, Colo.. Oct. 18 j-Lcthbridge gets for fVi -tending down large delega- tion one of Jhe finest cups pre- sented at ths Dry Farming Con- gress.. It will bring home the Reed Investment Company cup, presented to the. largest qelega- tjon from any comnicrcial body attending the- Congress. Leth. brjdge beat out even cities of Col- orado, within cne hundred and fifty mjfes of Colorado Springs. Baxter, Edmonton, won tne this n-ornlng for ..the largest number of firit prem- iums in roots and vegetable .class, was beaten out in grains class by a margin of twofth.irds Uemg with the wlnner'In first and r This trip thi ad verVisir.g stunt ever, the Commii- loner of linmigration cf Colorado that it would coat him at thousand of his people. Voting en the of meet- ing takes place on Friday morn- ing. UNIONISTS CELEBRATE CONSERVATIVE VICTORY VL Gun Miickly coueiH curif coluv tkrail I W Wlt.U NOT CONTEST THEIR HE-EUECTION Vonneil Ocl Llhcitl p ir- j in Ihf iJicnlute or Quobcc Imp tie- tq'tiffoi: no. opposition to M] P MonK In utkr, Uou. I'. I1." ill ty luul lion. It. iN'Miiiel in tiunc. yuino facilonH of l.lio parry wen; Favorable y coiiinsi. In at It'iis: HIL- IWOBtdils in Mm illslrlcl, 'that Uio inlniKtcr of and the minister 01' inland otme should he forced to riiinonncc Ihfiir iiollry on llto naval ntu'otlon Victory of Imperialism in the Recent Canadian Election London. Oct. ''meeting held' this evening at Chelsea town hall for the uuruose of: celebrating tho victory.- of Imporiallam In the Cimadtan elor.- lions was of the most enthusiastic character. Not only hall crowded to its' full extent but two overflow iuwtlnis were iicceeaitated. The platform wag gaily bannered with Union Jacks and Canadian flats. Earl Stanhope occupied and thoae uruueia mUtiueu ljurd Wllloughby broke, Pagecmft, M L J Maxse, Q. Hdre M.P., while the tariff reform league wan fully represented. patriotic songs were the .Maple Forever; which was sung standing. In the chairman's opening words' he. spoke hi, brief of the Dn- nriniou and said It was truly governing and-; .'those in England eoirid not interfere with the Dominion even if they, .would and as jniperialigts they.would they could. Presi- dent Tftft'had time and again told the people of the Dominion that Can- ada stood at the parting of the ways, but they were :tonight rejoicing that Canada had. taken the road that led lo wider trade and closer union. Con- servatives. in Canada had a policy of high ideals politics and thev stuck to it through thick ind thin. Lord Wllloughby TJebroke, principal fuettker of the evening, were glad tiat Canada had decided to re- main; In the Empire. She had taken that decision la. face of pressure from the United Stales and'.'pressure from, within was also legitimate and ebe had also taken It In face of pressure, from outside, a groat deal nearer to West- minster than Now York, and pros. surv which he did not think could be called legitimate precBure. Pagecroft said greatest bribe which had ever been offered a. young na- tion was tint which tb- United States had offartd Doralirton as to the whole of inn munity and to many othir intercuts then wu enormoili gain in the propouli ulilcb United States had offered as community let it that the son] of the nation she was goijig to cllhf :to the national pol- icy, the, policy of Sir John A Mac donald which bad Canada great. Mr Maxse to a national re- view that from the Canadian..victor- ies many morals co.uldtn rtnwn for the Unionist party, if wilted lo win a great political thW must urge thejr views upon the peo- ple botli In season and out of fteaaon. Unionism stood for eyen thing that patriotic Englishmen held.'dear and appealed to tae rank and tile to neglect no opportunity to brjna; prcu Bure to bear on at: the top in order that the-firtt copptpictive work of the Unionist parfy be placed on the statute book CAMPAIGN TO STAMP OUT CONSUMPTION The-' Canadian Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis has., .been [ionig a gn al educational w ork through the Uoininipn. during the past In ircc (iistiihu Lion of literatim and thi. ol Itctuies Lo the mitiiic teginlmg1 ihc mt-thotis or preventing consumption Ihe sccit Gcoigt D Pol iu is to additss T public meeting upon'this subject in Lcthbudgc nn the evening of Oct. 24tlj, eight o'clock Dr. Porter has- addfMsed -large meetings from one end of Canada -to the other, and everywhere the press speaks very highlv of his lectures The experiences of his owif life peculiarly fitted him for ttys work, uhilc his platform ability is of d high order; tie is a talented speaker, and pro sents this important subject in a popular and most attractive mannei As this hJbject- IB, jtoijchnig the health of all, and, ..llie is irce Lo the public, we- liyfif' that w'lll he j'lilll platigini WHOLESOME RELIABLE MADE IN EWGILLETTCQira TORON TO-----ONT. i Patriot "The speaker sounded a clear, nole o! Uall) audience hear grepit .'John Standard. "FIc hTi an earnest, and spnghtlv Telegntni, "A InghU interesting lecture Vancouver Worlri. t MAKKETS Man, Oct 18 wheat opened 100 clewed Wi; Hf nber opened 98 3-4, cloyed 1-1: December opened dfi 7-8; May, old, opened 101. "1-4, 102, Mav, new, opened 101, closed 1 2 opened: 43, ctan4 7ft; opened 41, cklM4 41 78; December opened 39 J 4, clon- ed 31 71, opened 42, closed 42 3-4. opened 225, 211, November opened 220 M, ZM .W WINNIPEG NorttMra Ml, 2 Northerri'98, 3 Northern 86'1-J, No. 4 91, No. a 85 1-2, No. t> 77 1-J, 71 0 W 43 34, 3 C Ex 1 Feed, 41 1-2, 1 40 1-1. 2 Feed 3814 S, Re- jected 55, Feed 50 N. W. US. Americin Wheat 109 7-8, closed 110 3-4; openta 1 closed 114. CHIC opened closed 101 1-8, Mar opened 104 78. closed 100 7-8; July opened 100 5-8. RECORD GRArN Oet tas made in graiu shipments t on. t that this, c'ifi, head oC tha terflaj, thoiC P R hano.lng btubcis ana ine C H Evening and One Piece Dresses of Bewitching Beauty at THE BAY New York and Paris Fashions are Exhibited in Great A n ay at Remarkably Low Prices. Never has there been shown sucji a wonderful display of -extreme; daintiness ancj beauty in evenirig' wear as is now to be found at The Bay ccl ciitjij Einpiic slvlo, knotted silk r gircUp'.qf silk cord; silk laco yoko iiunia 'slocvcs. It is icnmik.ihlu Cream A'ollc of oxtronio To'uiiKlafion Tor iiuolhor c-reaiion lor evciiiiig wear. Mtido, Htyic find (lO LACK AX1) t .lias a very pln.isino cftcul .'i lie] is exceed iiigl.y low pi iced at Ninon a bii line bilk -run n da tion of deeper silinde is u'lyo'lfcc- lively used in anot.licr die-.s lor wear, tllis is iriiiiniod UABY TRISII LACE ANI) INSERTION, and lius a sl.yle iiini Ueiinly nil Us iniry 'Strinj'.tl ic shode. ovoi mill irimniid silk mil nrc .llii1 iiuiicriiils clmsi n loi n vj'iv IVclivc iiiinlf'l iliiii is prif-oil ,-is low ;