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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 9. 1911. LETITBRTnnK DAILY 1TKKAM) 9 Dollars For A Name! A Five Dollar Gold Piece is offorod for (Jin liest suggestion for JHSW mvino i'or Heeling's Store, Xorth is under new miuiiigeinenl. One sug- gestion is iillowod cash purchase of one dollnr during I lie rifl'iTii ditvs iinrnodiatplv following S.-Uiird.'iy, Sept. 2nd. i Having purchased business of M'r. Reding and remodelled I ho store we are ready to en IT von a first-class ITU do in every res- pect. We have a complete new slock of groceries and our dry goods be on the shelves immediately. Call our. goods. Hcc our fine new show cases and counters O. Walton, Prop.---------- 1401 FIFTH ?A'VE., NOKTIT PI-TON K (YTfiRFR FIRST fmul [Large Number of Hopeful Signs Pointing to Prospects of Settlement in Near Future-Optimism Prevails THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT At tlu; Majestic tonight the stage will he devoted to the presentation of th-d popular and highly successful- play, "Human with a com- pany of superior excellence and strength. The author of the play is an actor of wide experience and fully understands tlie art of playmak- j ForWomeh-Lydia E. Ftak- ham'sVegetabieCompound Belleville, was so ami worn out, from ;i female weakness that I concludtd to ti j I jrli i I I ml j h mi s A iltlo Compound. I too! Buvenil bottles of it, iiiul I guinfifl streutjlh so rapidly thai; it seemed to mukfiiinew woman of me. I can do us rfoud a day's work as T tivcr did. I sincerely bless tlio day that 1. made up my mind to- your medicine for female weakness and 1 to you for mi 1 mil 'alter is I ot mini) piolittd try them, I'give-yon permission to pnblibli tin lime ujsli" Mii U nun WICK.FI i Kplleullc Ontario, Canada. -Womftiieyftry remember that lliorft is n'n ntlicr remedy known to medicine that will cure fiiinale weak- t PSS ind w iiunssfulh (Til} unmcii through th( T [i oi I iff s L uh i I ljml li iin t ibk 0 impound m ule from mitiyu roots and herbs. 1 01 SO jeus li h ts been (urinj, women from forms of fuirwlu ills nlceration, dis- pi i f mentfa Hbioiri tmnois iTeguIin k% pains, backache, and nervous prostration. If yon art vice write is i'reoiiml n I ways huliH'ul. iluced quickly, hut lione the less does he hold poteui swuy over the passions of his auditors. The play is too well known to re- quire more than a parsing word on the plot. The main thread of story centres around Tom Logau, wl% Is unjustly accused of murder, and ,cd fromfthe California Stiit-a prisoniat Kolsoiu, lectured at the Starland Tlica- t.ru last evening and gave one of. the most startling and iivteresting lectur- es ever delivered In this city. Mr. Son Ing lias ;i wonderful personality and his talk pleased (he crowded'houy- os at both performances, lie gavu good advice to men, both'young and old. .Mr. Sontag states "that money does not. justify the crinve: figure'up find yon will find that we are paid less than I'D cents a day for our trou- ble." A pin might have been heard drop at ,almost ihno throughout the talk. It was a story very simply almost too sincerely told of the do- in the Pass (Special to The Herald.) b Fertile, B. C., Sept. at once there has crept Into the strike atmosphere here n tinge of optimism. The sudden departure this morning of Secretary Carter for Calgary and the knowledge that the other members of the miners' executive are travelling in the same direction coupled with the fact that Manager Wilson and President Stockett have been away for two days their locality being kept as secret as possible, all tend to convince the optimis- tically inclined that some import- ant change In the labor situation Is about to take place. Sir. Thom- as Shaughnessy'g presence In Cal- gary and the Trades and Labor Congress meeting at the same time and place arc also cited as ominous. It Is the belief here that the miners arc prepared to go direct to the head of authority on mining matters in the C. P. R. organization In an effort to break the barrier which stands between the mand the opening of negotia- tions for the settlement of the dif- ficulties with the local manage- ment of the mines in this district Statement s are being made upon the street here that a settlement of the strike will be effected and work resumed by the last of next month. DELEGATES To Trades Congress at Calgary. Which Meets Next Week LOT OF RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION Will be Done in Southern Alberta in Coming Year w. Shirkcy, of Lacomtie, is in s .f a railway contractor, ,s connected The. Trades Congress oi Canada meets in Calgary on Monday and will j Ive a notable (rathering. From iiarts o! leading labor. till! city today en route from Tabcr men will come lo disen.ss the great to his fiome. lie will look after issues ail'ecting the welfare o! tlie private business interests for a working man. Alberia and Ilriiisli Columbia will take advantage of hav- i ing tlie Congress in llieir midst to attend in large numbers, livery min-jwilli (lie contracting firm oi J. ers' union local in the t'.vo provinces Me.Arthnr, of Winnipeg, on the work will, be represented, and the rcpre-; im Albcr- scnlaiion from the other trades will u Co. DnriliR be correspondingly strong. Ju. eonlract- THe Uonsre.ss.will be ealled to m-j ,ms nortl, o[ ,ler at Hi o'clock, Monday morning. m[ s 05S That evening .pnymcr Siilon and o[ 13. Uennett wifl.be present ai: the congress. The. local will leave to- morrow morning for Calgary. The Ivor The object of the Furnace Waterpaatis _ to give back to tbc warmed air the natunlmoisture that tlie fire bos dried out. Uutiii the average Furnace the Waterpm is made insignificant a.iid iaiufficient and placed in the least effective position, But the GoodCheei Furnace Has A Big Circle Waterpan entirely ciicircling the fire-pot. This 4 to 6 gallons, and is placed where it will evaporate the water rapidly-. H keeps the humidity of the nir up to the or 70% while the air from the average furnace ofteu contains less-than of moisture. Besides the vast improvement this makes in comfort nnd house feels as warm at is it does at when the air is parching and dry. The con- sequent saving is a big item, Good Cheer" Furnace construction throughout IB of the same high standard of excellence as the Circle Watcrpan. It's well worth your while _9_ to vrrite for Booklet and full information about the advan- tages of 'the "Good Cheer" Furnace.' g For Sale by Hick-Sehl Hardware Co., LetWbridge following nvr dchigalL'S Minn-Workers .1. McRohcrts, I .1. Hroolis': i.auiidry Workisrs, Hal-tenders, mid l.ahnr Coimeil. G. o'rahie' which lias been p re va- lient this According; to the contractor, raii- v.-iiy construction is very active in the' iiorlli "this year, and a large amount tji. work is being done. Next yeai' i.lieru will lie tin even larger 'amount tif work undertaken but Me. also looks for inoreased Harris, Cx-M.P.R, ff. j ,0ilslruaiorl d, Symonds; I ,nlCMl ttowcrs o[ (.'has S. Cliapnel, .1. J. Kilclmk, .1. W.; I'pacock.; Carpenters, Ritchie Kloctrical Mc-ilonnel Brewery I'llnt MUST SUPPORT HIS MOTHER Clycago, Sept. Daroch. eny can reLiiso to suyjiort mother. Majestic Thia Evening sentenced to life imprisonment. bers, of which Mr. Sontag one, j folhnvc-J by some moralising on the i A Scene from "Human Hearts" at the ic.3s entailed by a life or crime. Toyighf. will be your last chance flis'to hear ibis excellent lerlurer. If you wife Jeanettc, wli0 is'a proud and am- not already tinno so. we would i i c i liitimn; woman rimn -m-iv with -m i advise evorvone to attend early arid Your moiher cotnys before U11IOU; "onian. runs .iua> wjtn ,in n olt! lover, and to New York. Even i the crush, everybody else." si.U ..County j, a WQman fts shc ,s J. John "K. Towns in KendJit ll, pluinihing ruijv. to jail I inslinct of motherhood prompts her j CHICAGO GiRL5; COMPLEXION (o return to the oltl home TO try to j gain possession of her child Grace, i but she i-s frustrated in her design ancl the clo..dB ot adversity arc faces .pnatc. and ar6 o[ pelled hy the sunshine of true woman's love. for fpJluro to support his is 70 years :'R-3- "x'a" Tolpjifeccl on hifj own a net 'the care eontluucd uiifil next Friday. i! declared: thac fn was not Jn.s the pivacnt ti'.in asui is unable to with 'he order o[ "hecourt lirtl 1 o .1 port of his .mother. ''1 to siiy- l-on my and thr-u; children." s.iid .-Wall. "I can't pay (hat amount." "You returned the court. mo- comes first, before anyone else." tag, which operated in Wisconsin, Min- lions Chicago, Sept. omple.Yion which. English women are Supposed to possess is a fiction. The A YOUTHFUL PLEADER j vinco next .spring. The C.iV.R. headed south, antl will have a of (hull- work in the northern :pnit of tin- 'jirnvince well under j Ibis full, so that, they will he able i to iarn their attention fo the- south. iOn liis return to L.acomlic Mr. Shir- Chlcaso. SepV. O.-Ma'lcolm pxllticts fo mako arrangements j I a salesman who was arrested lor (JlR contract mr the yards for salesman who was arrested for ''11R contract mr uic yarns inr ling nbeent mindedly into a strange j the C. X. K. ai Lacombe, as they flat goins to heel while in an in-: have their of way in that town toxicated condition, owes his liberty i purchased am' firmed for commcncn- to the pleading of bis seven year old j of Me alsn has the con- son Johnnie. "My dad's the best man tracli ior nf sixty miles' in ho world, said Johnnie, j jht Cent ml from Red when Daroch wns arraigned ycsierdayj before Jtidgu Dolan ai. Uio, Chicago Avenue station on n CAUBON OIL WORKS. LIMITED, roii uv STAFFORD AGNEW ctl'll'B'C Deer and will look after this also, (tn hi.s return. Shi i key up till last year when of bis holdings was one their faces are'paste'and arc of -diaK-derly mndnct. never: vcaiuncn to bo compared witli the complex-1 clone anj-HilMg bad nnd mamma Is i rtisposcd ol his lioldings was one ions of Chicago working girls." I wilting .'.it home for liim. If .von will: of Ihc must prniKiiu'nl ranchers anil That was one of tlio observations toll him lo so I'll tn'ke him right cnttlo dealers in Ilic I.'acomhc .lis- FAMOUS BANDIT IN by Alias Stella M. Franklin and EXCELL'ENT LECTURE Jiiss Eriitli C. Pholpf, snffrnsists and George Sonlng, who, a fow years ago'social investigatorfi, who returned to alracted wide a'ttenlion as a member of the' bniwlit firm of Kvans and Son- the city yesterday after an extended (our ol' investigation of social condi- home." "Well, 1 said Judge Dohin, are r-ureiy a great little man. owning over five thousand ac- res of land, and in conversation -viih I he Herald lie cxprcsssv! ihn opinion If you will promise to lake your ,1ml; Ulat in c right home lo mnmma, I'll lot him' iso." Wliaur are ye gaun the nicnt, "Fm gaun tae the City Bakery tae get some o' the guid Meat Pies they hae begun tae mak. has his own nnd the country's wolfnve at heart could do other than vo'e for reciprocity at the coining deeii'in "ft is, "-ho saiif, "the Mg- fit'.-'i. and chance this cvec had." MARKETS Lethbrjdge Monumental Works Sec our work. Get our prices. .Agents Wanted. All kinds of marble slab work. Simpsoh Needs Works: Sth St. South. Proprietors. TO GET SUPPORT FOR LETHBRIDGE McNicol Off to Interview Saskatchewan and B. C. cliairman of thr WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. Sept. wheat ojiened 101. closed 101 1-2; Dec. open- ed 9S 7-S. closed 1-4; May opened i y Farming Coml'.iiUco of (he Hoard Kit 1-1. closed 103 7-S. Oats. October opened .12 3-S, closed -12 1-S; Dec. open- ed 41 ]-S.'closed II 3-S. Flax. October opened 22r, closed 220. YELEGRAPHK; Nicholas Hayes, a iMontreftf cigar- maker, crazed with drink, allot and seriously injured Juliet Van fyfacoi, A iloinestic. German commercial firms iniist on a guarantee from the French ment in the Morocco affair. nii liusiiicss ciinncclcd with Cash the Dry Karming Congress at Color- closed, Xo. 1, 101 .1-4; No. 2, 39 Lulu SpriiiRs next n.'ontli. llu expects S-8; No. .1, OS; No. 4. 03 1-4; No. 5. 87 tn seciin: tlir support of the British 1-2; No. B, SO 1-2. Peed 70. Oats No. ('iili'inbhi people in the city's ufitii t 2 C. W. -12 M; No. C. W., It for Extra No 1 i-2; .No. 1 Fecil, to I.cthhriilgc No. Til" American Markets Interview the Kovernmcnl oi vince of Saskalcliewan to secure' their wheat opened the'Plan, and nf ibf vit-Alhertn Hrit.ish Colnmliin lie expects lo IOS 1-2, closed 103 Dec. opened IDS "-4, closed mil 3-S; Hay opened 3-8, closed 109 1-8. opened 93, closed (13 1-8; Dec. opened 97 l-S, clos- ed 97 3-4. SHE WAS SURPRISED When Dr. Indian Rftot Pills hcrOhronlo Complaint Mrs. R. Smith, of Winnipeg, Man, tells an interesting st6ry of relief from almost intolerable sufferings: _ "I can hardly tefi you bow pat my sufferings Iiavc been. Chnitok Irva- com- jjlaiut accompanied by biliousness were daily source of tnal to me. day I cxpeiiiiiiCtil (lie CuCCt; cf these ailments, 1 longed for some medi- cine that should permanently drive them away. Hrarinc of ftt. Mane's Indian Root Pills, I they were worthy of o trial. My TTSS indeed 'gtzai. tlie very first I experienced relief. Continuing with them I found my troub- les were slowly but surely leaving me, The Dominion Chartered Account- nnts in session nf. Montival (leiioiuicc.-l tlio filtering nf stock In coinpiinics. Kamliif! HotH jircvuH in sevcrnl r parts of China iave very liltle difficulty getting )and before long I once more knew what ,o( bring the to I.ellihritlge. Within a few j ,imi weakened the the rotilt: anil oilier details excursion (o Colorado ne. So g t it my next month he Six siirvoyora' aro ill with icvor at Morrteii, Man faith in Dr. Worse's Indian PilU that I sliaII never on xtij account be without them." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilb. cure Bowel and Kidney as well Liver troub- Ics, .ind fcccp you ZSt box your ;