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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace S. THE LETITRIUnGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, n i-DVT P LLAKlVL LU. THE LADIES' STORE Friday Saturday OPENING our Fall campaign-with the biggest selections and most generous values ever presented by this .or- any other store at this season of the year. oman in ihit oily fi.nlliir with the orcptiocal in every line of 'dL-'ftd for Friday ind Saturjuy by to onftnird thefr regular pricts whicU r'tfftMnt the of aoed v.lut, tea'tUnr with l .cart or of .oceUlly nurch.stJ lint. vAlcli 'Wt bttn fortunate In securing 't rediietlons en value, and nnw fits en lo glvlnj you" the vintage the savlnjs galnsd. Wide Satin Messelaine V- specially purchased and selling at a big discount A biautiful quality, vaJ- UP( ;ull yard ihown >n colors white, tsn. brawn, navy and black. Specially Purchased Corset 950 AT MORE THAN THIRO OFF Eicjllent values al H.JO; mad? of dia contil. to (it all msdlum fiju'rei, :vo pair of sup- porters, front aad Exceptional Hosiery Savings IN BEST FALL WEIGHTS Cashmeres in plain anj ribbed and col- lonf Kith natural wool shown ir, a complete range of SVi to 10 in. That tbe 0. P, R. Sc bu'ld lice win ev- Montaca connect with the Count- branch at Sweei Grats. j; ibe of Gco. R. Briton, of line, in it? city todiv. eompiLBj- It ouitdtr.g en lue west end their coudmictlon vrvftramme. this >tar Is not so IT as a i first iniencled. Mr. Barton believes that if free cwl passes AS pan o[ the new {'lilted Stales tariff, work on the strclioti of ihe Soo be rrf] lUiniia Hue c[ In order to f of the Plata, bra OCA In but [teller connections with Caoada. HUNDKKD THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE AT-LQNDOIT. Martha Swavno and Mary Sebultze. breed known lo the police of as' well Cal- gmry, Mieltod. Medicine Hal. and other clliei. sentenced thta uiorniDi' to foJr months Imj'rlion meni In the R. N. IV. )l. J1. barracks at Calgarj. by Magistrate Elton on of vagrancy, which they ooih adcitUed. TbeSr cime under section 2! of criminal code, which deals Immoral of the subject These Vert sent out C. MAN WILL BECOME SETTLER IN THIS O1S- ftOAOS TOO 1 saw those .tardem 1 dft- lo stay. Any country that can EIOW a profusion or flowers and tut'li n Jawo. can grow anything." Captain Patterson, from Chilliwack VAlley, H.C.. who arrived. In Ibe ciiy of wUfc first C. P. K. land yesterday and were arrested party, uiade that statement (he Herald, and dirt not even i L i by Inspector Sfcelton. They nargj both served sereral sentences on the'i same charge, and deported from the United States for belnj: inmites of a fao'.ae of ill-fame, conducted by tbe mother of one. The m aglet rale pointed out in'at a very aad condition resulted, chtldieh were brought up under Vic- !ous environment, by viciously SnclEti- ed parents, ihey having practically no oppnrluaity to break thest tenclervcles. from A Tremendous Two-Day Sale of fewest Hats at to .50 'I'hc very latest creations in new street and dress hats ini-ltulcd in Uiis Vel-. vets. and Felts. ;ill tiuiul made, and Iriniiiieil in Hie' nifls.t. pro-'J duel of leading American and Caiiadian 'nianu- faclurfrs. This is a lovely showing and well worlli a special visit [o Iliis store. Wool Dress Goods 45c t I 65e Values Flr.fEi f-urt wocl ami jys> rrop-r [hie? for Ffhool vpry colors of navy bronn, raidinal. bl--c'K, grey, tic.; tJ wide.. High grade Velvet 45c Worth up to 75c Lorely qyaltty. ftne Krfapp, in a complete rar.Ee'of fill thp wantflfl 23 Inches wide. velv-t3 sn thfs 15 an excep- tional value. j kte coniparir-on'of the park to Stan ey pnrk, Vancouver. He thinks G lardciii IB tbe greatest advertisement he city posMbly find. Another fldveriiseinent Suutliern Al aertft can feature, he fayaf is Its roarts. The main tnmV road cast of the city cannot lie beaten. He says that is thnp whlch'clcrhed him for district Ke very fond of the opera, and says he can Into an autorafr bile at tbe form he proposes to buy of ilie piiy. and rorae m any er- R TO see a play, so home the same ing and have no trouble with the roads. The government rural tele- phone policy also to him. In fact there are very (en- thing? any man wants that 'Southern Alberta cannot of. Diagram showing the scene of Ihe ditastfous fire at London, Ontarfe, The fair grounds were all but demolished on Friday, when a'circus tramp dropped a cigar li one of the cattle sl'eds and set fire to the bultdlngi. The exhibition will be held In tents, and new buildings and'a'new fair may be the result of the disaster. Strong For a Canadian Navy Thaw Wants to (CcDtiMJed from tioot The Major a Canadian navy .refuse he believes il is Jo the inter- esl o! "a loyal Canadian people- Al- hr was uaable !o take- part in ibe Doer war. being in active ser- vice at the time in Central he maintains that Canada's money would not have helped the Mother CO'JDUV at that. time. Her sons were untold money. Hut if Canada had lor trn years previous _ to ihe Hai, contributing money to the of the itimy, wilhoui buiiding up a land-force, ot her own, Jihe would not been in thf samr position lo io Hritain's aid nith men during the war. 1'itder Canadian Control The sarue, he niaibtains, applies in tr-.r case ot navy. Build ships, United- Slates' Inimljrrat.on Agwil Harl bas one of the finest gardens j it. I.eihb'ridAft. Utinp. and Oklaboraa. grp.wm he plan j them on Oklahoma corn has doat especiaUy-veil and iftthough the "are EUlfes stand. seven and eight come a 'familiar sifibi la-AlberU will the silo, rfor proven bp-1 otid a doubt ihait 'fodiler com will here well, and" corn tbe' fineJt winter feed in on accounr s a-ondcrfui.siicci'ileacy anrt-feed- raluS: Il'ia'aUo very palitabJe I end a hew producer of milk. Blood Reserve Lease Nol to be Renewed (Conttaued Irom front Rank as Tourist (Continued Krore Froat Pafe) lim. He had nn a straw Hal and vaf smoking a' pipe, .lesro'm'e. un- der tbe .window out did'cot loot.tip. Koitr Dominion police hlccVed the ntrar.c'e to the stairway.-A. woman ame Howcrs for'Thair and.was denied admittance. "Uettfr have your machines" ready, said .Irrome to' cnafn. "We soon win be. in niont." r man tiirrn, awl control them from Canada, sending tliem to Englanri evrry year lo Ihe annual man- oeuvres, and Canada's loyalty will never beeu in rloubl. The Major be litres ihal Ihr ravy" should be under tbf direct control of the Canadian peoplf If- be witMifld or thrown in- to the hreacli in the lime of 'war, as Cacariiaris might see fit. Such con- trol might have i deterrent- tSect-' on ttf war lords of Ihe Old Country, a uave of srotirnenl and im- joijm mishi al any time plunge Ihe inlo unr.tccsaary war. DISPOSES OF A HEAVY HOLDtNCt CANADA ll] Pure Towelling Worth up to 20c. Heavy roller craEh. in plain and stnj-es and the fine-grade linen io blue and reri checkR inchderi. "won- derfully cheap for this Two-Dav sale. Values in The Ready-to-Wear Section Are Immense Offering Savings in the very newest and most wanted kinds of outer apparel that would slock, .anil that- th-ir breit Hcreforils .and -Sliyrthorns uilh ihf. Ifan and horned Texas cattle. Dr. Roche, rcgrclied Ilial he could as he had" intended, hut he accepted not include the south in his ilintraiy the soutn's invitation .to visit th? counirff tnis fall, uhen he will per- sonallv- imesligafe the ranching and granng rnruHiions with a vie-w to INVESTIGATION INTO NEW ENG LAND AND FLAGMAN HELD New TJaren. Cono., Sopt. formal into the wreck of the. Bar Jlarbor exprssf, which _COSL the j lives of i hohind closed this morning in 'ibe office of Coroner EH Mix., Th? farif adduced ?nr he i'lfn'ed over the Stale's attorney a- _for rant such action; V A. B. Milltr. enginper 67 cncoiirajjuig in ace details fore, definite decisi' the ii-ar.t. Ih? Blond rcserre, farming.. .There. 0 attend to he- 1 IE made, but it razing leases on thf. is in- Londoo, Sapt. rf titherjftnd. who durloff tlie becume an er in Cantda. lotmtd thai it would he to their ad- vantage to en operate with Mr. in evejy -A ay. Sheep (frazicg also made (hat Ihe forexl reserve, sheep praiinp lands would! be opened. U'hea told that Ibe shrepmen could not afford to ship their .shfep lo> IKr ranges in the iv.hJch crafibftd 1rilo are good to-miss the Far Charles H. the j the most Imporjant the Both hare j been locked np ilnc'e .JueHday! Blthonl bail. COT' SPECIALLY PUHCHJ.3ED SUITS AND COATS AT FULLY-A THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR Garments tnit would be good buying il 122.50 and in the very mrf molt of the bsjiutifully tailored and perfect fitting. 50 The Coats of heavy p-jre wool cloths, ditigonM acd fiirt riothr, lined ihrouih sno'iMern anrj imnt, ?htiit warmth; In "antl JRuntlMi beaistliuDj- trimrnfil vcl- vei, pipln? anrt h-idons. The Suits Art principally o' the plain (8 Ho red. dree-ty so nricb in this marie of pnrc atrrt SeijtBe, snrt i -few in- cluderl. f'fia'B Hnurf nith silk afth Une. hem val'ita had lo olTtr in garments of aurh "oner wlsheil lo malre certain thal_ nei- ther talked ahont publl- c'tiion until afier The cor. oner to accept nail for them" as sooti an they had t.otd.lhclr i j cor.diiioD of. the five "injured, who were last nfght horering between I death.-was .described-hy hospital Eiirgeons tbii morning: as [critical All but of the bodies j tbose have aMpped to, tbelr homei1. spring, r.ot-.tiail them on As for (he iflations' between children, those many and Kngland, Major Hornby eio arc jinj-disls in both countries irady to' tljf tia- tiqns into 'war "at any mowenl. But peace is loo necessary for thf 'com- mercial [nosperiiy ol ihe.two COUB- trles lo allow" war to without some gieal cause- The Liberals to power at the general elections in the Country in 1915. Major is quite satisfied ot :that..Ttie'Ubei- a! government at thf' 19H session give, the Home Rule hill and tne- Welsh pisfstahlishmrnt-bill-their fin- ai rrtrtings .when thty'uill automat- ically, hfrome layr. In ItlS.the Plur- al Voting bill will "receive its final reading il, too, will ofcome law, doinj; atvajr with plural voting; The-InstUrancf act" knonh ariti'more popular as a rfjnilt. All the ware ot '.xnlitnent which was so marked at the he, ginning, is disappearing. of their platform -successlully, Major.Ilcrn- bj thinks xh'c Liberals bare an er- cellent char.ce lo he teluined to pow- various colonization '-iin Souihern Alberta, left -an. probably of. over 00, WO. Tne JJ nice left onfrfourth of bis Ca- property-to ea-ch of -KU.thres Diike. Lord AlUtalr, and Lady mary amherland-Leresbn Gower, ao'l the remainiTig fourth to bii with 'o nfrphew, JBrlc CSiapliQ, son-ri Ifcs Rl. Hon. Henrj; ies are uj'bc formed pany and shires above. Other sho r tkdf th> NOT GOING TO: HAT A. '-W.-. Calgary, Sept.- 4. munajcr ol Ine. Ihe Co.' wilt move mrrkowM from dils In erect t to diitrict more" accounl nt ihe lambs. Itnche in- t.r iri an incrfaEfd majority, urnalcn that the gc'vernment ntight Thp party is gtoinng in strength i' oh tain shippipg Or :pay (nr ihe-deight. ENGLISH CROP .BELOW AVEBAGE ,-JOllai'a.. B. Ray.'Cariad- Ontario WiarJon, from-Oliver owd off ffnirSt.'JejB-BmjHttt Society'of Montrnl. V a glnnn'jK futuir." lo Inc.announcement the fl.l'.ll. legardinf the setllcmonl of all ihe lanitn in Ihis difltiol, Major Hornby sUtcd lo Mm it was roost- and hclicvrd it nould result in great rievflopmcr.t in Southern Alberta: The company is getting (he right of Thf mofcfy strinxfrjcs', disap- tf s'ais. 01 coiirsf, mono will Toronlo, Onl., Sept, inr lhal In Ich nf the condition! Dominion created by ttie IrernpfldO'ia 'Me of frrmlgraUon in amonxst us from coun- tricft r': (hi; liquor IrflfflCr Ifl not flo r-urtit'l an tcf. rieom it _ ft! tvery effurt in secure at laic ttio enactment of Uominion prohihifion of the ampl- _rst cbaraftler. Prffadn? tho rtcommcndftfion. ins fnrenoln ptattment the lef- committee of the Dominion Alliance council brought In n lion this niih- Ilie end in of obtaining a declaralion In fa- vor ot r-roMMtfon in rht hnrrjlnlon always tf higher in price, tni it in more rlitcflioiu, hut' there as miK-h nior.ey as erer (or all legitimate The hig crop should loosen mor.fy in Can ada vilhin a fctt- months. HIGH RIVER High' River, 'Alia., Sept. High I oiKe-more become gulihcd. ft in the o[ tael Nrat Chinese born IB the Ince of i >nd was born tn-o ago lo Mr, Mrs. Hont 8lnr. MEUT TONISKT The Council of the Ixrrf Trade whf meet jt o'clock tonlgHt in the board rtomt. MANITOIA t TOWN HAS A SAO FIRE The'primitive operations employed In China arc in marVcil with (he cleanly mathlnn method of pre- paring In Ceylon. The purity and rleanttncs? of "Salads" absolute.l'' Its dclkfous Ilaior wljl rou, Slralhclnir" Sept. Urc broke out here yealcrrjay nblrh wiped out about tr.'o- thirds of the nection of Ihn tonn, and CAtiaed IOM to the Client of ISO.OW, about per cent. which I. Mter- eil by Insurance. ;