Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
37. I. THIS' .DAILY CLARKE CO. THE LAQ1ES STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block MONTH-END SALE CONTINUES TOMORROW Splendid Savings in Seasonable-Merthandise throughout every section of the store. The Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Sections present values or Supreme Importance to economical women of ticular tastes Suit 17.50 All New Styles worth up to Hat All New Styles woith to up Make Selections Early While Choosing is Good PAT BURNS AS STRIKEBREAKER! He Had More To Do] With Bringing Peace Than Bob Rogers Oct. lln> IJarLiciiljH'K the .SKttlemenl j of Urn nnnerii strike known, it lib toiinil tlial I1, j 'ns.ot Calgary, liud ruoic to do j with the anil the j to an amicable agrremenl than j pcrsoii. Air. ntTrin inteniinvnl last! night hy The Albi'vtrin on the snhjoct lint 'leclined lo say anything for puli- Hcalion or'to any ciTilit lor J liinisclf in llic niatlcr: PORT .ERIE'S NARROW ESCAPE Foil I lie Out J7 Tills lo'.vn.was-threatened with ilsairiudloii hy fiiu curly- Iblu inorniiiH. Voluutcor ;flremen from I'ud nagarl sliveil the Fire out In Urns Gllb'Mts brevier; and to I C Walkon Shaw's B'oueral Btorn aiid other buildings I ou llufioo -fr. BETTER SELL THE LOW GRADES NOW On 2d I, J It is, l known tluil ev- jlalgary, iltnioing a cetlng in Win _ t. ..-...-Q, tin; Grain Growers, fiat- will' tlit clo; hoard to effect a suit CIIHMI Mr. sprintr sfssior1 Burns an active .inlL-rcsl in endeavoring to bring, abmil. an ndjusi- oi Hit1 questions In dispute. 1-jis jj ,V liuslnm frequently, tdfik him to the smith country ami he'iiever missed un opportunity of influence to promote n hinter uh'dflrs Lund ing be- tween the operators' untl miners die of tlie country. ft was I1. Hums Unit arranged thel'j A CHINESE LAYING THEIRJWN RAILS GOVERNMENT BUILDING 'ROADS SLOWLY, BUT FASTER THAN 'DEMAND GROWS (Hj A PhD ILD in the Chicago Tribune.) Hupeh Province, Aug.. the "No. 'Ought to ESC tho private cars, at Ichang is. about the last place in tho world you would expect'tn have i ruilroud. P.ut the private" curs are 1 tc md the icilh h a nil way station. As big ami very'much Better than1 Kansas City's We ;d3cidccl to .Investigate, nnd set off down the bund; or what'would be a bioad liandEome biml if it weio a roicikn COHCDB3IOH I 01 a mile t seamed like jitrrallV hit the tmspcal able holes i ont street striking tov ird the e ist minx from rhe propei ihe few compounds of tfie ship jiing offices of European; companies, i we enter lane, generally un- j paved, bordered .on each side by tern- jiornry ramshnckle- huts' and a few cheap cedar plank which have i" sprung up siiic'o. Ichang hung out the 'sign "progress U laspttc come to a deep imiddv creek, which might have ljeen..forrt- able, but looked uninviting. A wide, mmlth toui brought us to the oppo site lind a. fey mlmites: mois to the Cation of Ihe Ichuit, ChniigKing lailior-d Exparelve Terminal Built Knoitghi'Space.- ha'j been levelled here to afford terminal Facilities foi a aix-traclt railway in a city of a 7iiil- Ilon. Which is another way of saving t.nnf. the money spent to levnl tin a space would1, Slavs paved every fane and in Ichang, .buil1. an electric and put in a erft'orks'ByBt'ahi. In the terminal yards are three or Tour one 'otorcy briclc warehonees, nnd half a dor.en switching tracks. A dozen coolies, i iaging-in age.from ten to sixty, were sinking find slopping aiotiml in tue rain and niud, and incidentally carry ing brick. A little yard engine stood safe sit anchor under ;i zinc shed. enough to .istint, linoij do not im Poiluob too [luffling di might tlniiU, and when The was "expected nf Jhein." The pile rjiiiteViilire" there is t-omething earn ''iiiiicse laboring classes .Jiavfl.not But then one must dig for possible, and stiH Hear make tlte name' appropriate'. track is here, and it is a. real, est performance. For a mile, the way is along 'A.-high earth embankment which lias been acoppcd from., the surroumiins county: '-.'Thj rails are of eighty pounds 'weight. 1 should and all made" in the Van yang'stool and iron works. .The tie-, hiring centres to' China's consuming yet got tire railroad, ha bit, A line like, that running north from Canton, for ".equally dense would support instance, through population in ludia, several day. A railroad from Ejirope" manufuct- are unumially large and of square clean-looking pine." -The have not jet been' ballasted. One Capable Engineer centres, is more than.' a possibility it will come eventually I here are about MOO miles of rail- road In China which almost half is in Manchuria. Seventeen ;liun- It ed imlcfa 11 e ne n ing completion Minejs been in ide 01 oidcred inrntal (IJ addltloni, 7 000 mil s tig md lords five gprteral dnisions% 1 In fact it seems to me that this project is bit too ambition's for H not be: the% only had Tten thin i h piescnt railroad calibre. Dad, tliev.saj il en-Vow's' ]iei This Chinese "engineer got his techni- cs 1 .training in an American univers- ity. '1 have heard rh.uch oT him. Ho rvej'3d .and engineered- the. Peking Kaigjui Hue, is the .guiding spirit in the Hankow-Canton now under construction and I am told hei e V I eknif., ;tnd the Yangtse; 3. The e valley; 4. region, and 5 sduth. Railway One of the fust if not tho first Honfrko iis-Cantdn Yuiitnau and, Up one's self., or tho charmo meeting uf the operators and yiiners in [ion. Hog-; frs, IhL- l.asis 0! the was practically completed before tiic; arrival of Inn minister of the in- terior, and all thai remained, to be (lone was to ;ifrange a few details land sign (lie agreement. So couful- said t of the the bottom' would >ut of Uic prices' for tlie lower of vilieii lie faccrcitirj of i V-PU HII.VI i iniin-.t of- Alberta, and 10 repre.Sfinis the directorate of thai body at lit meeting Ilu says ihe farnieru of arc agi lating foi i.ulicil IcgisUiion in i eluding ilntct 'I hcv uc the taxation 01 Hit- members arc sm- "I get no askmyj-tecl someUmes when cnli. was lit: oi the result that hi: did people saj Hut you must bo clever; not oven wait in Lethbridgc, until the glc iaxcis bttk co-opcia iltc nioplc of Hntibh Col I TIP to secure terminal it the Pan lie coast. Then could ship to tide water, SOO nulis nciru the Old Country. The' hrmui, would build such thev are commit that irspmo jiigrccinenl was signed, but .came took it 'into; (0 Wednesday najht. to write.'.' qf- my their heads to write thej would iny feeble attempts quiie out of ing. -And when1 J say so, they look most sweep i jvfr_ iJiyins last night would only cx- hear-j pj-ess that, in the. in- ted to o M1SSION CONFERENCE AT REGINA .Hegina bisk Oci 2i The deno nvimitioual confBrcnces occupied Biade the pi ellmimtry Hiirrsj s through >n Chmij connected Ihe' mountains along the upY-Jr ftltn Jts> pee m port Wodsung1 ly- Hut Mr is not ub built bj meichants and iqnitouu and conitrifction falters some in is7l Vs a it five miles bevoud Icbang a howling success When the The for this line rais wore off offiuildom gpt bubj l-d in A aionnd it had been built without he sor0es Tvonld much to thib lns questior It is at lepat pro luge, densely popuiapso .ppsvlnce, one b'ble thH a in in hJref] to throw i of the nchcst in all China in natui r front, ot a train Cbin al are practjtaflj ese Mosaic, and the engineei B untouched But the railroad idea deraiiujed can imagine 1 WQ to one succead. go abtiut in the 'morning, you sihg to your kuou iTue aoniL good notes, aiid >ou enjoj pleasure hen yon are aloufij pome rout in lull (rolume you Pan uiford it talu gome lemons. It's your tnrr 'if it the W instruc- ciiurcii OQnipoaiire incni; had been made period as three a.mi a he looks for alpperiod great activ- ity through the Crow's Nest Pass and in the. other, districts affected by the strike'. for so long a j ticularly of mtenst to half years, and iof ilic addtesscs FUEL FAMINE Kegiha, Oct. the settleuient of the coal strike and consequent opening of the .vos alw'eak mines, it is expected that there Al noon a lunchttn wat, tondeiert AmUnw Fiasci the t apadian Club The coincolion S concludes tonight with a public meeting at which, L're- micr ScoU mil GRAIN MARKETS .Winnipeg Oct 27 01 THE WANING CflUGH- THE WEARING ILLNESS Colds often herald their coguag with a warning cough This warning demands install! attention The health is in danger, the body is attacked, the risk is terrible. Act on the first symptoms fej rup of Tar and Cod, arrests the cold' at once. Tar and Cod Liver'Oil are tht gre.it tuin agents for cold cures, the Tar healing'the inflamed parts aud the Cod Liver Oil buildmjj up the whole body They are combined in Mathieu's Syrup to produce marvellous results Large bMtle 35 cents At ill dcalen. t hen licadTche md feref ire prefect with cold ULc Mithieu I jMAvlMC to educe Hi: fenr fttlf the pill I I Co Props ShcrwooLe, tB) CONDliaORJORNER C P R f onduc- i 4- tor Homer. the Wetaskiwin- vrciiscd of stealing a lift; cent ure, disiuissed in tlie promo, court Hate: this 'afternoon: 'Jhe civ lecnh fought ty tht and rierenLc three Ian vcrs being cngAged on c-ich side The LMricncc was ciVcn against Homer 1hrcoj.'C.P.R. detectives. It was af- o he had collected a fifU ceni'farc from one .passenger uphicli yas not accounted for in his returns [p fclie ticket for the folknvirg The answer of the defence to this was that there was nothing io .hat not- -accounted he; money at a later date. for HELD HEAD IN A BAG Monliml, Oct Pole hoic home is at 60 St Charles St u.is found Ust night vith his head L ban hpll-lillcd with dbhes and irn nul leps tied around the 't of the heels of a Canadian Pa hvChiria.'It Encounters snotass of that demand i colossal coiwenatlsm a thorough (the mqb'bfisin to up the 'frugal, and 'Imrd working popuUtion Then At last il got to an affair be .tweeu the 'British. (he Chinese tendencies ind an offtclal class got eminent s The ot Nan which has ined behind a purdah for king bought out the road iat Cor i--. ;t Tjjen We followed tho i ulioid trick hick lalliei bick tow trdb town For in in India, railroad builders seem to mtike. it a point, to get the station as far from town ,ages h ID pi est ulieu the mid prompth and it is Iteft in peace China 'does But. ie feels, or at Chinese do, that milroad-3- to the of strengtli. She -biiildB railroads re- luctantly, as bat- China sceniE It r til roads mist be buht If tffey'try was in appeal aie essentnl to self prwei shio-- md oLhe> finance and build them needed in his c en ill the u u from the anginal sur china to stave off. ihe uiltnrea of (he west.' Then came the'-war-' with Prance, in which China lost Tonkin. 'She need not Imejdone tnis had been ab'Je. to send troops south, l.n J8ST 1 ho Empress a'formal edict Imperial appioval to rail arid a new (era was opened. veai as per contrac tpie it up md shipped it to 1 orirjcsa to rot on the seashore. Li Ilungchans was responsible for the next experiment. A toy affair for1 a coal iiiiue-in. t.he vic'sroyalty from mule to steam power.. ,About this' time a great 'viceroy TBO t'sung-tang. .His legacy to his.cpim- ''oi i iilio war diabolical Society Ladies Uic Parisian Exclusively Society wornwi realize, (.hot the wo- man who would retiihi her youlh in nut look after tier luiir, for the woman with scant unnttnielive hair sel- dom ever admired, That Is w'.iy so many of our loveliest women domain] that Parisian Sagn used by their Thin Preparation is guaranteed to cure dan-1 chic. LAY STEEL ON CUT KISHFE LINE AVilkio, (let. laying'com- nieiiced this morning on the Cut Knife line, running from Wilkic nortli- uasf., thirty miles of which will be completed immediately. Tlirnc miles of Iracfc won; laid today. .The con-j sjruclion jtangs of this liuii wlio IiaVu fimslitMl thrir conlraot.s, have bcdn ttiovfid to line riuuiing soijIh-wcMt. irbin lifirr: to Knrr Robert. MAY BUILD A SYNAGOGUE Hie fTcbrcn congregation Leth' bridge have received their, ceriiftcate of nicorporition from Heglctrtr of Joint Stock Compuniei, atv now organised to conditct church bMai- ness: 'Nineteen; members of the con- gregation haic the piivilege oE tot- ing on all questions that 11 up ior discussion The cemetery will hn.fencfiri and iixed.tip at once, and tiic matter ol bmldmg a synagogue uill comt up loi consideration Noth- ing ifefinitc has btfen done in this di- rection up to the present The ITS elected am President, H. Fein- (em c" pres William sec.-treas., H. Olossman.. -j dniff, stop fnlllng hair and lie.bin. CANADA LIFE TO BUILD IN CALGARY! Calgary. Oct. Can-! ula'Mfe has bought, seventy-five feel Parisian Sage will make harsh i not I motive hjir soft, lust.roiiB, urn! uxurlant. in a few days. It IK the denl, 'delightful, rejuvenating: ionic tint maktiH hair grow; it is not. sticky or greasy, but on the other hand Is ploasatit and dninfity perfumed. JoJd everywhere fifty, rotils a large ;nid 'by Jackson Jfc Jojw' refu.nd yijiir money if to do' all Mint is on tbn corner of Eighth avenue and (Second strc-at wost for one hundred; and -.UK! fifty thousand cash, and will erect 'a handsome six storey off icy buihling thereon In ihn near fut CUILTY OF ATTEMPTED Winnipeg, Oct. Harry Kelly and Krank .lonesi wore today found fciiiliy in the Supreme Co.url, of attempted murder of Congf. Trnynor in August, Benicnce hfihu deferred UH the cud or the session. RIDPATH TAILORING clay some (.lotiimaKer will make a clotli which will bo superior to anything evoi produced bot'oic Uiilil fluii you willhiuelobe .satis I icd wifh I lie qualities lound in I'or they me Ihe hcsl in.idc now nnd as llic clulli Winier Hlock rouJy. RIDPATH Cash Tailor llt'M, HUK'K, Ave. 8.