Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
HKHALI) ITTLEMENT OF STRIKE SOON ithng is That Terms Will be Rea'ched Tomorrow Rlhm (he iml (wilt) four -'hours slionlil be good news for the iLgiidmg the coil strike. -It ilmosi cpilun th si-'ltle- nl uill bi inched sometime this ijiif; iii lomonoM moining, which usiilt in tin niintis going bad; 'th n pi urs in of optimism 'Jt till risilt suiiounds Uic both pittico bruit smilingly nfldint of tin, iluiuik (ho de-j wtiiions between the two parties they came together today foutrli (he medium of l-Jon. Hobert loju jMiniitu of the Inlinoi Ik to .'tjethbridge he wired putiLS Hut lit uouhl bo glad SUREST TONIC INTO WORLD IS "FRUIT-J-TIVES" THE final FHIIT MEIUGIIIE Like fruit acti on the great blood pmifjriug organs o( the body nitnely the liver, bowels, kidneys fttid stimulate! all these party to increiseil activity. The splendid nerve tonics ahrljntestitul an- tiseptics, combined with the intensified fruit !jutcciv nmkg "JFriiit-a-UvMM the. finest of nervs tonics, On the stomieh, "Pniit-i-tives" lion, i met I tliim mil 10 do aiutliing to bring'about a settlement didicultios, Afti'i: Hie -confer- at o mm rV mil optniors Dot un close ittliment both uilhng to and alia jft ill irriU- By purifying the blood --strengthening the nervous system and regulating kid- liefS, bowels and builds up the whole system as nothing else will "I'ruil-i-tives" is a wonderful niflde, directly from fnjsb is the intensified juices of oranges, figs and primes, is the only medicine in Hie world made of fruit It is niilcl in to a tonic of ioestiBiable value. 500. .1 box. 6 for f 2.50, of trial size, 250. At dealers, or from Frnit-a-tlvei- .Limbed, Ottawa. ton emu-c President Powell stited that (there was nothing to give out is hut slid lhat thej f. ut ing a further call from Sir- Rogers In' the meantime-the 'operators had Mini to 1 foi the puinoso confoued with Mr Rogers it f uncuin (hen (Idibentions ippcar. tint there is mole thin rfl'i clot (His Picsident d chance for saUerocnl and in 1 Sccietiin Carter oi the mil s oxccnlho met with Mi Hog rsj Imng I hi nlioli sitiiition before If.ever It) autumn a peiislveiiess falli upon the "loaves drift by ill (.heir fading, may we not wisely look' i> 1n hope to their mighty iGiitK? Behold how fair! So so etornal! The Joy of man, itio com- fort of nil living-.oroaluros. Hi) glory of the earth. They are ljut mon- uments of those poor leaves thiit.flit faintly past us to. (lie. Let theia not so paflB without our undsrstitnding' their hist counsel and example, that we, also, may build in'this n'orlrt monuments by which men maj Iw ;aught to remember, not where we, died, but where we lived. i RuNiin.; Mrs. tidgar B. Hill will receive to- morrow afternoon, for the first tiihe this season. r Mrs. A. Southard has issued init- iations for an Home" on Buir liav. October 27th. returning, again at the beginning of November, Miss Flossie ..Johnston, wlio has been cast for.lhc past six weeks, has returned to l.elhbridgc and will spend the: winter with iier uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs." I high lioyd, 5-14 .Twelfth St. Guy I'round, manager of the Union Bank at Maclcod, and Mr. Wid- inspector of .the western branch- es of the Union Hank, came to., the city on Monday on a short visit. The Women's Missionary Society of Wesley church will, meet tomorrow afternoon in the lecture room of the' church, when- the reports trom the recent rummage sale will he received. The social committee, of the Par- ish Association of St. Augustin's Donnill Hint to Girdston this ,t o[ ifternoon and will return with ..Mr. Bonnell Hie latter- part of the week, Miss Frances Foster has returned 'iom a short in Medicine Hat tbc opciitors and miners nave-not yet conferred-1-together lo- im he mil the icpiesentatuis i du >l 's iM 1Jjo> I he operators mil (Ins iflunoon again met the -reniicsentativcs of linen, fnt jhoili duel quRtlcrs ui hour it the close of tht I m 1 t QWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest It juxt Cocoa, pure Cocoa greiind I from the chowest. NUM. ud uw n nckiKfi n heak morning with a liasis of settlement to work' Dii I he LcnresenUtives oi tin opci itors luic him stjnMor Mi Vint sides of T L Nai it is ex- smitli nro in the cil) pectotl tint Mr Stockett president ot the Coal OperatorsV'i'Association, wil! arrive from "west tonight. nil tic rcprisentatNei. oi the j uties htiL ind with j basifi of settlen'ient. which apiiuare-to-lie ac- cept ilile to both to consulu it is prohalilo ,that the long loolied for settlenient jy-ill reached. car'lv1'tomorrow. SCHOOL BOARD I., The dbuncil having dtcnlcii to lake appropriation! proceedings lor the pjopertj; necessary for the Reed St extension hojul ing decidedj not to accept the vaUn tion ynit upon the propettj In Hit aluatois, has written 1hc council iiafing'Uiat he will ni court to iinl the rtjatter 2nd ind that all tlu nc cessan witnesses he oil hand on that date The board is the onlj y 16 the offer Q[ for (thcir pioprrtj the dif- ce m price hoing about U is usitn few (ms m Moitimor, of ith Miss Tilney for i A r Riunels will tomn ence a bents oi scriices chinch this evening spending IT. Murray, who has been t few days in Calgary, has tcturncri liome. Sir 'Andrew Prascr, formerly ernpr of Bengal, and Lady Fraser, were guests this week at Hraemar Lodge Cilgan M? OSCIL Moot 310 Third Avc will lecent on 'arternoon it tuolhirV ''foe Lad ies' Aid, iliM of 1 Qnl who lias O. Campbell's guest liases totiav tor bBthbridgc Jill MSit inends Herald. V Mrs.- T, ;-F- Kirkham was a tea hour hostcfa- this aftunoon wheu she inultd i niimher oi friends to meet her house guest Mrs Loisln of Sir- dar, B. C Str. Ttuuideus "Brown, of Ottawa, who is well known us of' Flu, Pliguc and otliti i-. in eo route home from the const. airs. W. T. White, wife the new Jliniater of, Finance, .has joined ,-her husband m the Cipital Mr and j Y hsto haie taken ipartments at the Roxborough, Mrs. White will only In j.Ottawa Con a Tew days, but is Lethbridge, Alberta, October 24th, 1911 t Dear Sir or Madam- We take pleasure to announce that we have secured the agency for the ''Tuec" stationary air- cleaning system. We cordially invite you to our store on Friday and Saturday next, October 27th and 28th, when we will be pleased to give you a demonstration. We believe the "Tuec" system is perfect First Because U reaches the limit of cleaning possibilities, both in scope and thoroughness- Second Because U does away with all inconvenience in hanMUg Third Because it u and germ absolutely sanitary; removes all the Because the cost is within the reach of every home antf because if can be installed in any home now built of i To know'the why arid wherefore of this superiority, let us What tne system is and howiit mould work in your own house fj Your obedient servants, HICK-SEHL HARDWARE co. Miss Bawdcn.-Coutts St., this evcu- ,ing, to make arrangements for the social, to be held in'the Fariiih flail On Tuesday, 31st. The Westminster PJp worth League last evening elected the following oi- ficesTS, to fill vacancies caused by pcr- MHIS leaving thp ciU President Mr.: Oscar JJatson secretary, Miss Nation treasurer 01 the For- ward-Movement department, Miss Ma- bel Bi'-tler fourth vice-president of the department, Mr. E. Butler. IMOKfR IN NORTH WAHD 4. Thure-will be a'big smoker In: Unity IU11, North Leth- bridge, on.Frlday overling next. The .candidate, S. J. Shephwrd, and ?f. P, win A special laimltiul program hau, arranged. the band playing, and then unac- companied tlie "Star Spanned calling upon the crowd 'to join tier in tbo final measure. GAVE THANKS _ATCOUNCIL When the postponed, meeting oi >he city council was calledvto order this afternoon Aid. Kage rose, and on be- half of those who had stayed at homo lllaiikcd the mayor, aldermen alid-citi- zcns of I.cthbridgo.whothad journey- ed l.o Colorado Springs to attend the congress, for tho excellent work done by them while at Colorado Springs He said the people of tile city had watched, with great, pleasure, the suc- cess of the delegation. 'Mayor.Adams in reply thanked .Aid Sage, and said that every citizen of Lethbridgc should-make it his busi- ness, to do everything possible to beautify tlie city and make prepara- tions for handling' the congress.when it comes here next year. Do miss the Annual Bazaar of bt Cypnins church which In the of the. Conservative Associ- ation cxvectitive; will be held in the Conservative headquarters, Dominion Building, i on Thursday, October 2Blh, 1311, ppciuiig >at There vrill.tbe -iiyflty choice display ot good tilings the pric- he .moderate, and the values full size. Foi tie evening coinmtnong at 8 p m a musical progum has been ar ranged the best locil talent m the cast including Mrs C R "ioung Mrs W P Roj Airs rock- wood, Mrs. Miss Hazcll, Mips Uones, Miss Nnnfnons, Miss Bar- rett, The Missqs Haxjdson Mr Petts Mr Gooper Mr dinglon Mr .fladchffe Hlr ad- Sir Morgan Th.e ladies of Lc'thhrfdge, who heard Miss Stanford on'the'work of "The Xcnana Bihle aiitl Sfcdical Mission in IntJia rcmeoiheL that as a re- sult .of: .liftr visit, the .sum. of. fifty dollars was subscribed a jeii ago toward support.of a bed in. the Nastfc. slil1 'argei number of Iidies their in l-liis work awakenetl, through tfir of Miss M A Campbell last June, and to theni'this appeal' is especially made. 1 he bed in the Nisik Ilospital known ,is tne Lcthbndge Betl is in dangei of lapsing through non- suppoit, unless flic sum of fifty dol lars for 1913 is lorthcoming Tnithma month Bushing 1o contn bute .please telephone or. write the Mrs. T. P. Perry, 320. Ash- phoiift number 404, .or the secrei an Mi s Ingram 1238 DufTcrm St phone number 470 and Ibeir coni ihution Till hi1 called fot and than'tfullv received, As1- Uic work is interdenomination- al it is hoped citizens of loth bridge, caring for the enlightenment, of the of Tniln will mile use of this opportunil) to show then in .terest .and send in their mite. Mme. NortHca, famiul all over the her voice nnd culture, who appears nt tho Majestic on Satur day night, is '.-m fnthuefastlc. Biiffrag- and, af, the big meeting in Union Square, San Francisco, on Monday October 9th alio was Introduced to the huge street gathering by Dr. Akcd the woman who has snug Uie i hearts out of men and sung them back igain Mme. Nordicn. said "JUHlieH and may I fellow for after tomor- row I hope we may be retarded as fel- low .citizens and not nonentities, muni- ciptlly speaking. We daughters, sis to work iboulder to shoulder with hand In hand, with equal equal rights. We feel sure that when jour men really stop to consider the question tbelr sense of falrneM wtll make U appeal to thwn. T hope and pmy that the men of thta glorlou-j state of, Colifornta will set the example to their brothers in the east, who are watching tonight. "Let tire word .bo flashed from 'tbo Pacific to the Atlantic: 'For men and women equal righto.'" The applause wait drowned In cries of "SinK for and thejirfina dnnha ber vul6e in which BANK CLERK AWAITS TRIAL Fort William, Ont., Oct. R Running, tne former bank accountant wno last Monday held the teller the Koyal Hank here at bay with revolver while he secured more Wian in hank.notes and who U now in jail awaiting trial, has told his friends that he docs not know what impelled him to commit the robbery and his friends and even J. Ry- an, .manager of the hank robbed, are inclined to believe Persons who llavo interested themselves in Run- ning's case, say that :hls defence will be abnormal insanity. His prelimin- ary hearing is set for tomorrow, the da) on hich he i-o been nmnecl to Miss, Irene Ross daughter of a locil contractor It is possible, liOKEVfi the tn I will be postponed, as defence is said to have arranged to have several doctors examine Run- ning as to his state of mind. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg Oct opened lot 4 101 58 Noi opened 100 99 opened 97 -3-8, Bea 96'3-8; May (old) opened 101 3-4, closed 101 1-8; May (new) opened 101, closed 100 3-8; OatB, Oct. opaned 44 closed 43'1-4; Nov. opened 42 closed 41 Dec. opened, 40 3-4, closed 38 1-2; May opened 42 3-4, closed 42 1-4; opened 227; Nov. opened 224, closed 224: opened 219. Winnipeg cash Nor. 101 1-2; 2 Nor. 98 1-2; 3 Nor. 94 1-2; 4 Nor. 891 5 Nor. 83 1-2; li Nor. 76; Feed 10; Oats, 2 C.W. 3 C'.W.: 41: Ex. 1 Feed 41 1-4; 1 Feed 38; Barley No. 4, 61; Rejected 55 1-2; d: 51. CHARTER TO BE CONSOLIDATED Some tune ago Citj Solicitoi Conj- bearc wrote the attorney-general u! the province asking ir a bill would be considered at the. session of the Alberts legishlurc doling mill consolidated charter for the city ot iLotli'bridgc. A reply was road today's meeting o[ tho city council, silting that m uiw of the hct that the uniform charter for Alberta mu- nicipalities would not be in shape to consider at the next meeting of .the Itgislatuic it would be poasltilr to Doctor's PrescrlpUou To Eczema The most advanced physlolaiu of this country and Europe are now pro- .'.criblng a, wash of Wintorgroen, Thy- mol and other loathing. And henling insredionts Tor the cure of Eczema, and ill other forms ot skin trouble. This compound IB known as D. D. PreicrljiUpn. Dr. the well known skin Kpeclnlist f Km convinced, thaf the D. D. D. Prescription, is M much a specific for Eczema as is Quinine for been preicribing the D. D. D. remedy for We'ourtalven vouch :for the D. D. D. Prenerlptlon for Eczemn..nnd utaolute- y know thtt it will.Ukc itch-the InlUnt you-Apply ,11. Drop into, onr aii'd'get postod on this wonderful remedy for Kczomft and nil Other skin- troubles.' Or write ;he D. D. Laboratories, Uept. b. II. 19 Colborno St., ToronUi, .for .their 'ree sample bottle. Tlicy Will .be glad t.o send it immediately. tckioii 4 Cove, DmggtpU. i have hill, introduced for a consoli- daletl charter for this city. The in- tention is to'introduce n new charter which will include clauses to allow a commission form of'government to he put in force ami also to jlcal with the "matter of allowing tenants the right to vole. .It is likely that the matter will be OMisidercd further by the city solicitor toeforc'any steps ore taken. GREETING TO THE DIHCC local Overseas Club ha> forwnrded an encroued ad- dreie of greeting to ;Hli Reyftl Highnes the Duke of Con- naught, Canada's new Qovern- 4 or General. It'wus signed -by the officers and eiecutlve. Hudson's Bay Co. Dress Materials of Amazing Beatriy Attract Many Ad- mirers at The Bay OF WHAT MATERIAL Lave you de- cided your dress shall be for evening .wear this season? VEINET is undoubtedly THE'thing and CHIFFON" VELVET 'the choicest of all. SATIN BOUMATNE is also a great fa- its soft, clinging folds tiful sheen. stock of materials for even- ing wear shows great taste in its selection, -while-for Variety of weaves and exclusive shadiHgs ,Velveteetv of Uoosual Beauty Onr stock of this beautiful yet inexpen- sive material runs through an .extensive range'of subdued shades-in brown, cardinal, saxe blue, also in black, navy Many ghadea are exclusively our own and show aome entirely new departures, f and 75c yard The Queen of All Velvets CH1FF01V the queen of all velvets, with its unrivalled lustre and ever changing depth of coloring, is surely the most fascinating of all materials for evening wear. x We are stocking thte aeeepti some very choice drew length, of tnis matgpW, (no two lengtln alike) In black, navy, brown, and aaze blue.- This velvet is double width and of extra fine quality. Per Satin Ronmaines That Charm For the Dainty Evening Gown SATIN" BOUMATNB i Must Surely Claim 51 any Charms. Soft pastel- shades of pale' rose, champagne, taxe blue, helio- trope, also an enchanting array of this, wonderfully popular material. SATIN ROUMAINE is 42 ins. wide and ex- ceedingly low priced, pervard. Trimmings of Oriental Beauty .Beautiful, indeed, am Llie new arrivals in the Trimming Department: Rich Oriental suitable alike for' Millinery and Dresses, old gold lace aiid embroMcry, silk fringe in ill the latest stylei. anil a host of other have-become an popuhir IhifrscflHon in all the leading centres of Fashion.