Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHRK1DOK DAlTiV.-lIBRATiO Tuesday, Od'obttr 24, The store was crowded with customers all day. Business was good, w Got off to a good start Saturday last. wouldn't ask for anything better. Customers were satisfied with the bargains they carried away proving the truth cr every line of our newspaper talks Tlu; lit He frost in tin; nLr Salimliiy and Monday imruod people's thoughts to heavier Underwear and This fact was very noticeable in the way our Special Value fKlr Wool I'mler Vests and Drawers were snapped up I'ronr morning milil night. also sold a irood nianv Heavy Long-coats and are satisfied that every purchaser went away with, the best bargains they ever carried away from a store in this citv. THE SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK Bargains Every Day as Good as the First. Stocks are Very Heavy THIS CUT PRICE S A L E W ILL DO T H the MUST BE REDUCED E TRICK suits, sale price sale price .._....... suits-, sale price LADIES' LONG COATS coats, sale price......... coats, sale price............ coats, sale price............ Bile, or Navy Skirts for....... or unvy skirts, for Funt'y Silk and Lace Biouscs Fur Collars, sale price...... fur sale price.......... Pure Wool Worsted Hose Ladies ashnicie host Woman's casliiucio hose AtnmenS tpl.50 street sale pint IjilS JjHJ .50 ,00 .00 .OO IF YOI! VALUE MO'NIiY AT Al'I.L You sliiurld investigate (lie pricX-.reductions a.dveitised by this store'. Others are getting I lie Why not you. D'O'IT x It matters not what you ask for while this sale is on you get At a MONEY SAVING PRICE It LIMITED r Hand Bags, sale price leather liiuUl'hii-gs; leather lined fio.OQleather haiid bitgs'leather lined Underwear, the suit uenls' fleeced underwear, the suit Sweater Coats, sale price Hoc Eiderdown Quills, sale our best cotton filled qiiiltSifoij lara'csf white bed spreads, lor 75c Ladies Elastic and Leather Belts far -15c Baby's White Camase Robes, for Ba.by's white carriage robes, for Wool Dross Goods, sale price......45e lil.yo wool di'ess.goods, sale -38c Bleached sale -JOc hlcafihed: twill sheetiiig, sale.price 24c We Ask The Women The women .ire the bui'ers. So, if more to know how good Blue Ribbon Tea is we.must, ask the women to get it. Remember it bus better makes more is richer and stronger than other ten. Jt is the most economical tea you can buy and It you are not fully satisfied can take bach the packet and have your money refunded. CAR SHORTAGE SERIOUS AT COAL CITY AND TABEf Thousands Now Use This Low-Costjjough Syrup A Family Supply for 50c, Saving You Qulekeit, Batt Thing You or Money -'The prompt and positive results glvon by this inexpensive cough have caused it to be uaed in more bomus in the U. S. und Cunada than other cough remedy. It gives Instant relief and will usually wipe out the most obstinate, doep- veated cough Inside of 04 hours. 15 quickly eren ID whooping cough and croup. A W-wnt of Plnci, when mixed with home-made makefi 18 (anally o( theniost cough remedy ttint, money eonld buy, at a nrlng of fi. Easily pre- paivd in Are full dlrectiona in iChlSren Congh will- ingly, because it pood, u BCimu- jalC9 the appetlto and in ilightly jwth exoollcot Bpleodid for hoiirseoesa, thrtwt tickle, bronchi tic, etc., pucl a- prompt, tueowfm remedy for in- tinleDt lung trouble. Ptnej U a flpecUl and highly ooncon- trated compound of imported Norway White extract And ifl rich in tcuaincol natural IWMling ptuo clcnieutfl. TURKS AND ARABS ATTACK ITALIANS Bhnnly rali it witb sugar synipor tioot-y, in a 18-oz. it is for Pltwx has been Imitated but never Waesafully, for will produce the nnnliw In Ruaran- to giro or Money Vufuaded. OrtiflmM of guarantee 1? in each Vonr dnigglrt foryou. It Oct. force of Turks' and A rails' made lt determined attack on the Kalian's line of defense last' night, and for several hoars there was continued lighting. The shins in the harbor threw-shells at the at.l sicking force, which was finally repulsed. It- is not believed that many on eitlirr' side wen: either killed or wounded, j Captains Moizo and IMoaae, in Mler-i ioi and Nicuport monoplanes rcspw1- j i-ively yestertfay ner.ormeri the first i recomioilrring of the airmen since thuir arrivals here. They flew beyond iiin Kalian outposts at the Humelin-; as Springs without being discovered hy the Turkish troops. j Insistent 'and mysterious rumors are in circulation at Malta'to thcef-j feet ihaf the Italians have met with; A grave disaster at Benghazi, the' rumor says thnt- in the fighting the loss was men, hut this can-; i.ot we vfrificfi fs there going to b- a cur Shortage In Western Canada this fall, such as flas been the case in previous years? is there a car shortage now? Tlvaae are pertinent affecting this country which are" being asked by ev- ery business- man in the city, at; a result of recent agiU'.iion, and I'aceived from other portions of South- ern the effect Uir.t a short- age of cars at th'j present .time is holding up business.-. Probably .those most 'seriously af- Eye ted by thJs niiorcage will be thot'j in need of fuel for rhe coming winter, although the shortage would affect a'il classes of businuss' men -in the western cities to 'a extent. But when the car shortage encroaches on the delivery of fuel in places where there is a shortage also, the problem assumes serious, proportions.l Tins phase of tho situation was brought out rather forcibly this morning, when in conversation with the Herald, H. K. Bullock, of Elcan, made the state- ment that his mines u-are shut down today tor 'lack of cars. The mine at 1-loan is capable of producing I'oO :.ons daily, and a large amount of it in contracted for by dealers In cities m Saskatchewan. IJ.ut with a short- Used in Canada for over half a century corner nf the world where people tuffer from Constipation and itl resulting Dr. Morse's Indian Fffis, agre of cars he finds it impossible to [clear his coal, and he is placed in a sorioiis position, as-7.'3ll as those de- pendent on his'coal. He is of th.? opinion that the railway companies, (in such a time when a coal famine j the people 'of Western Canada in the face, should make an extra effort to move the coal whicb the in- mines are producing so that the bont possible use might be made of the'con! oh hand. The Herain called on the C. P. H. officials tiore in an effort to find out the reason of ttie shortage of cars 'complained of, and their .explanation was that this district is, badly situat- ed to catcii a supi-'iy of emptied for .their coal, and ha.ve to depend to a -axtont on local clearances. Tha i grain movement the present time is very heavy eastward, and it is a hard matter to get the cars back this far as empties, -chose coming here lw- Ing loaded cars, which are immed- lately loaded with grain again and sent east. Further west, in the Crow's Nest Pn-js, the- shortage OC-JB not seem to be apparent, and alto- gether aho.ut. Fourteen hundred tons of coal per day are being shipped. The company states that- every- .thing possible is being done to get I fuel moved, but with the movement of both coal an-d'grain to tl.'j east, there is bound lo be some difficulty in the car distribution department Tt IH moro than likc'.y -that an oHi'cial r'f the department will visit the southern part, of the province shortly when the matter will bo .ak.'.n up with a view 70 getting coal 'mcnts'through with the least -1 May pcssible. Coal dealers say that tho situation is very :f jsome- thing is not done to rellova lint ton shortly, the government will iL'jkod to inycstigate, as the move- ment of coal at. the jiroaenl time i'5 i most Iniportaii'- (lucetron. LOCAL BUDGET 0. A. Di'Umey lirbuirlit a carlond of prime beef cattfo from last Tor tlif local inarivtJt. Halcovski shiiipei! iwenty-ilireis cars of cattle from Canlston and Ma- giuth last .1. Cfordon, late1 manager of the Mine Store, will open gooils and elotlting .business at niiiinomi C'iiy Ahoui Hick-Kohl "Hardware arc showing a line" of vacuum ci'iancrs ivliicli should interest housclioi-pcrs. Tliis runs by electric--power, ixct'i) a tree from dust and caii be used on r.nv artich1. MA, to Wm. Scarr, nKGfl SI, of Drpyt.nn, was od in his lifdrooni liy con'i pas, when the stovepipe bt'CHtno vtand higher in public estimation than any othern, ant) their ever- increasing sales prove their merit. P prcccribe them. WAN'S CHICKENS GO ON j Anp.Dioen. Got. S3.-vM.rs. An- HR drunk nn point1 riclOM'cnn'apples ted them. Rf1- i nig" thrifty ilffiiikMd to throw ;i !ar of frntt in IH.-I r-cllrir when slio J feinU" it was nof IcoeyinK to UIR. chicken pen, and ifctl ;lt to tlin hniin, Sii ;irt ly u'r'l iiril-- found My and Uw.yard. fleo. Keniiangh, the clerk in tha Ha on office of tii'e Canadian Ex- press Co., arrested in. connection the big thed 'ia stiifin custody. His i'amily is without muansVbf support. FORMMiNGSOA? FODWASHINCDiSHES FOR SOTrtHaiC VOTER HAOK IW CftHAOA E.W.GILLETTCatm TORONTO-ONT. NONTSEAI, BIG GATHERING AT CALGARY Laymen's Campaign on Behalf of the Mission Cause Calgary, Alherta Coii- ventlon of the Laymen's Missionary .Association opened here today in Pa- get hall with th rea. him d red delegate: from aluioat every part oC the prov- ince in iitteiuhince. r George S. Dingle, Calgary, -is nemiiinent chairman and (.he duVotiohal at "binning or each session are in charge of Rev. Arthur Burner, Red Deer, president oil tho Alberta M'-HhtxIist conference. An address was_ given at the aftcr- Jiooiif session hy Rev. Canon Sidney Unuld, D. D., Toronto, the. general sec- rotar.y .of -tho Missionjiry Society of tlie Church of .England in -Canada, on tho sublet "The Central Place p? .Missions life of the Canoii spent thirteen years rui medical .missipnarj' ,in the Holy Uniii "Turkey'-and is thoroughly lainil- isir witli hia eiihject. His address was full of inapii-alioii to the Uelegal.cs. The..; evening session was held in Central Methodist church, at" which dclegiLt.es were honored hy Movernor Bu'Jyea. His Honor referred 1.0 UmJjirpynyrabcr of fni'eisnei-3 com- ing to the nrovinue and the great ne- assimilated Into good loyal Canadian citizens. Four new schodl districts had been organized in in tl'.u past year and foreign children were rapidly '.enniiug tlie language niid customs oC th'u country. Sir Andrew. Fraser, 1C. C., of ISdtnbiirgh, Scotland, replied to the address of welcome ami also fielu'ercd'-an addrers on "The inifhi- islied ta-Jk in non-Christian lands." .Mr. Justice -f. T. Brown of 'Heginft spoke oil "The C'Hnada of 'today and dealing chiefly 'wfth t'rfb future, the wonrlerful progress of the past few years am! the bright ojitloolr ''or the futuiy. Ho urged raticwcd effort ou tho of Canadian chur- ches to fihrisllanUc the down trorl- deirand opproEScd of other lands who 'M'fi' "uanri'tm' and io teach thent thp. prin- ciples of British Chrlfitlan liberty. ACCIDENTALLY KILLED FATHER ,j, Oct. While W. E. Elmltie and his fourieen-year-okl son were slioo'ting srouse the in the hands ,oC the boj- was accidentally discharged. Instantly killing the OF ON8LOW DEAD London, Occ. The Earl deputy speaker of tlie Ho.use of i Lords since 1905, dictj here today ;ic age of 58. OTTUIWA CURED almost a co By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Otttimwa, years I was constant suflerer from remain trouble in all its dreadful forms; shooting pains nil over my body, sick hc.'Ulacde, spinal weakness, -dizziness, depression, ami Mint was horr d I tried many doctors in different parts of tlie United "-titrs but Lydia E. Pml li un's Vegeta- ble Compound has Harry'Abbott, used 20, a farm lab- orer, tockefl ni> at Leumingtoa, for to commit suicide by pois- on In'tlio presence of n yolin? scliool 'teacnoy'wlthtwhomThc was infatuated, done more for me than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you thcr.o facts. My heart is full of gratitude to vou for HAIHITET K (l24 'Is: i fetrwi, 'Ottntmva, lowii. Consider .TIilB'Advice. No woman should submit to a snm- cal operation, ivliicli may until Khe has giren LydiaE..Pinltham s Vegetable Compound a fnir tnal- medicine, made only from' mols'aml herbs, has for thirty years to be tlie most valuable, tonic and invigoralor of the female orgoiiisro. Women residing in almost every city and town in tiie United States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia K, .Pink- VORClalile Compound. I Mrs. I'inkham, at l.ynn, Mass., I till sick women lo.nrifo flviciS. llor ndvlcois (ri'i; J, iiclfful.