Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHIUUDGE ITEKALP Tuesday, .September 10, CLARKE CO. the Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block vv Complete Fall Stocks Now On Display The largest and most attractive showing this store erer held awaitg your approval and early choice TABLES, SHELVES AND RACKS PILED HIGH with the.'most correct and wanted novelties of the season, demonstrating anew the leadership of this store, which is ready to serve its patronage as it has never been served before This store is the "Mecca" of women "looking round" these early fall days, every department offering as it does not only the choicest productions of the season, but values better than those of any previous year, and enticing enough to demonstrate the advisability of early selection to scores of women who come merely to see what Clarke's have to show in "New Fall Attire' Suits, CoaU. Skirtt and Drenes in a wonderful diversity of styles and materials Newest and most becoming Headwear, trimmed particularly for the of Uthbridge women, and in stylet to suit every type of Goods and Trimmings in splendid variety. HosieryTnd Gloves of excellent value. Gorgets and Underwear in satisfying Waists, Hand Bags and Fancy Fixings for Miladi in almost endless variety of choice, and at prices to suit all Be among tke early choosers, for tlie showing throughout comprises the best values and smartest styles the wkole season will afford Tempt a weak appetite- sate a hearty hunger with this cereal confection 65 AN FLAX CROP "What Can be Seen at Pleasing Crop Results Noble; Sept. "the Herald of recent date we noticed a statement that a farmer near ilaerath had "six hundred and forty acres of flax, whieh .would yield 16.000 bushels, this heing the largest acreage of rlas in the southern Now, we certainly do not think that this (Statement mads with the idea of giving a wrong Impression, but we have to blame oitr- for not siring due in-formaiion regarding the crops in this district, Tve take the opportunity, then, Jte inform our readers thai we have la Tfetattjr of Noble, some ac- >9i at flax, orer being grown fej- S. Noble. In this im- acreage there is much that will jnakejCa bushels per acre, but on the S'hole, k -will probably average 20 TWs Trtll ma-ke bush- and figured at ihe future price of Jmta bnsfcel, will be worth jbttt. And from one who started a homesteader nine years ago. Aegean Islands which have been from those who have already taken advantage of the convenient times of the train's arrival and departure, Mr. and Mrs. M. McGregor, ilrs. Xewell Noble and Miss Forbes spent part of the past week in Calgary. Mr.- Buchan, of Saskatoon, spent a few days laat week with 'friends in this place. Mrs. J. Q. Matheson and daughter, recently of Boston. Mass., have join- ed Mr. Matheson here, and are occu- pying the house built by Mr. A-bra- hamfion. Mr. White, of Red Deer, has been spending some time with Rev. and lira. R. Simpson. AEGEAN ISLANDS ENTER PROTEST DO NOT WANT TO AGAIN COME UNDER THE RULE OF THE TURKISH GOVERNMENT Chiasso, Switzerland, Sept. 10. Feeling is running high in Italy re- garding the ultimate decision of 'he SURVEYING THE ST. MARY'S RIVER DOMINION GOVERNMENT IS PRE- PARING TO SUPPLY WATER IF NECESSARY Cardston, Sept. Dominion survey parties which have been work- ing; south and west of Cardston on the Belly and St. Mary's rivers have completed their work, and have left for Hortlach, Sask. The ditch iviiich they have been working will, if completed, run from the Belly riv- er to the St.-Clary's about five miles from Kim ball, and the object ot the work is to provide a larger water supply for the St. Mary's river, should it be found that the project which tlii1 United States government are working for the state of Mon- tana in their reclamation should drain the St. Mary's as to make additional supply necessary. LOST LIFE IN A HOTEL FIRE EXPENSIVE PIGS Calgary, Sept. .Pasi fico was fined aad costs yester- day by Magistrate Saunders for keep- ing a blind pig. Alberta may called the land ft opportunity. fiut is not aH. Tlie nest linne 5-ou lake a trip to CaJtftry on the new Vir line route ria and Alder- slip off the little sta- tio.i of twenty miles from 3 three -miles ot j summer fallow worked like a able of Italy to conclude peace Jine Cardan, and see if you believe then fn Al'oerta'g future prosperity. The improved passenger service be- tween Lcthbrtdge and Calgary seems jileasina: to Moble residents, judging Table Board AJI Tfiwme cooKfng. Ladles or Gentlemen 1208 Third Ave. S. (Redpath) PHONE 1150 Q THE ueen's Hotel pied by Italian troops in Ihe war with Turkey. The agitation was ini- tiated by delegates from the Islands aud by Greek emissaries and is ie- ceiving the support of the and other extremists. The maintain that it would be dishonor- able of Italy to conclude peace by giving up the Aegean Islands to Tur- key on the grounds that Italy merely aimed at the possession of the Libya region ot Africa. It is demande-i i the "Islands shall not be returned to Turkish brutalities and revenge." Thej Italian government is urged to for the Islands autonomous J nwni, to which it is asserted they are .entitled by ethical, racial and 1 cal considerations. Advances have j heen made to Ricoiotti Cfaribaldi to organize and lead a body of Shirt Volunteers" similar to -.nose who under his father participate) in the Greet war of 189? to maintain the independence of tlie Islands ii Italy, for the sake of peacr, aban- dons thsm. So iar Garabaldi has re- fused to entertain such an idea, liulti- ing that ttio plan was premature, nnd would be liable to cause comnnca- tions. Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Cap. Pac. Railway Royal Mail Steamers. Canadian Northern Railway Roya! -Mail Steamers. Allan Line Royal Mail Steam- White Star, Montreal, Quebeo Boston, and New York Service. Cunard Line, New York, anil Canadian Service. Donaldaon Line, to and from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Lino. Hamburg America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic Steamship lines. Reduced rail fares in connec- tion Information as to arrival and departures of boats of tho various lines cheerfully given, ('all or write. S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lcthbridge TWO HOTELS.CAUGHT FROM A BLAZING GARAGE IN CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. nan 'was suffocated, eight1 were over- come, but and more than one hundred guests' fled to the street when fire, which started from a gaso- line explosion in a garage, spread to two hotels here, yesterday. A man, who had registered as Morris John- son, lost his life after tearing his clothing to ribbons in a vain effort to make a rope on which he might escape from a window. The door of bis room had been jammed. COUNCIL TOOKNO THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD EVERYWHERE E.W.GILLETT COMPANY I_IM IT CD TORONTO.ONT: ARE AFRAID OF THE CANUCK FARMERS Winnipeg. lans art) debarred from com- peting for the prize of for the best five bushels of wheat shown at the Northwest- ern Development League's' fair. When the announcement wits made of ihe prize beiag given, a number of Canadian fann- ers sent for entry blanks. He- plies 'were sent to thuin. say- ing that Canadians would not ibe allowed to compete and the States; eligible are Montana, North and Eoutli Dakota, Washington and Oregon. TWO DYING AND EIGHT INJURED RESULT OF STREET CAR ACCI- DENT ON ONE OF MONTREAL'S HILLY STREETS Montreal, Que., Sept. men are dying and eight others are injured in a street car smashup, which occim- ed on the steep Guy street hill, near Pine avenue tbis morning. The men fatally injured were pinned in the demolished vestibule of one car and could not be freed till a wrecking party wrenched the two cars apart with pulleys. Both men were unconscious, and have not been definitely Identified at the Royal Victoria Hospital. One man is believed to 'he A. Burnato, and the other is absolutely unknown. While mounting the hill the brakes of one car refused to work, and the car slid back, crashing into the car behind. TWO VIEWS OF THE WAR SCARE Winnipeg, Sept. different views of the naval question and the G-ermau menace were presented -here today by two English members of Parliament passing through Winni- peg. One, Francis Neilson, journalist, au- thor and Labor member for Hyde di- vision of Cheshire, who is collecting material for a hook on Canada, de- clared that there was no iveed to maintain the British navy. "We lie said, "the German proletariat lined up solidly against war, especially against war with their fellow workmen of Britain. In England the laboring men are just as dead set against a useless war, 'whose cost would fall on themselves." lie went on to say that Home Rule and Disestablishment were but side issues. 'The great question is the land tax, and 110 public man can hold au audi- ence unless he deals with that. Land reform will strike the root of all in- dustrial evil and unrest." Worthingtoni Evans, Unionist mem- ber for Colchester, takes quite a dif- ferent view. He sees in the patient German organization a very real men- ace to the integrity of the Empire. A menace which can only be met. by a persistent and united activity along the lines of naval defence, not only by Great Britain, but by each of the Colonies, Cheap money from London was the making of Canada, he said, and what would happen to Canadian development if this money were de- flected to pay Germany a great war indemnity, as was the case with France after 1871. RESCUE BUILDING FOR NO. 6 SHAFT MINERS BEING PROVIDED WITH LIFE SAVING A ROOMY BUILDING ROYAL VIEW 5 miles north of Lethhridso All modem conveniences Private dining rooms Meals a la Carte Arrangements can be made for private dances Everything First Special Sunday Dinner from 5.30 to 7.30 p.m. R. C. FITZSIMMONS, PROP. PHONE 1624 EMILO CAMPA'S WAY Tucson, Ariz., Sept. Cam pa today served notice on the Southern Pacific officials at Tucson that, he would destroy the railroad system in Western Mexico if the pany persisted in hauling federal troops. He began at by wreck- ing a passenger train captured Sun- day ut Villa. Kcrdo on tho branch Hny from Naco to after al- lowing 9. couch of passengers to roll down bill into the Naco. He IB now engaged ID hitching an engine to tho tctagrano poles and. pulling them dowu. "A steady income assured-" ?.20 acres of the Hurst land tn the district, ICRB than 3 milc-a from three different railroads, all fenced; 175 acres under cul- tivation; 14 years' old bearing orctArd. Good buildings, splen- did water, ideal climate. To be sold at a bargain, Munt KO at once. Apply F. W. McLaine A a wit, Gratnwood, i, C, ANOTHER KICK IN GERMANY CLAIM THAT GREAT BRITAIN IS CONNIVING AT PARTITION OF MONGOLIA No action was taken on thu report; of .Indue on the polk-o enquiry this iiftonioou. Alter the reading ot the leiuiit Uir press was excluded and tlie council went into police committee to discuss it. After a half hour deliberation Hie representatives of tin1 IHTss ere called in and handed the report, ;iml informed that the police committee had adjourned till Kriilay, when at-' tion ivill lie taken. The Herald yet no line on the probable ac- tion of the council as the aldermen would not- talk. ENGINEER IS TO SUE FOR SLANDER Cttlgriry, Sept. suit for slan- der will be filed against President R O. Elliott of the Canadian Mhierul Hubber company, by City Engineer J. T. Child as the result of a public charge made by air. Elliott that the city engineer is in .the pay of tlie Bithulitic company. The charge was made yesterday -morning at a meet- ing oE the city commissioners when letters written by Child alleging that the Civaridiaii .Mineral Rubber company was not living up to par- ing specifications were under consid- eration. "We believe you to be iu the pay of the Bithulitic declared President Elliott to Engineer Child. at one stage- of the discussion. The heated charge was received in surprised silence for a mouienL "I shall make you take those words finally replied the engineer. "All right i" -retorted Mr. Klliott. who further declared that his com- pany was under jthe imprussion that certain city inspectors who were criticising the work of the Canadian Mineral Rubber company were in the pay of the BHhulKic people. He named inspector W. A. Davis particul- arly. TWO YOUNG MEN DROWNED Vancouver, B.C.. Sent Cox and William Thomas, two well kno'wn young men of .Vernoti, were drowned today while hunting near Swan Lake. Their canoe capsized where the water was only thr.ee feet deep, and they started to wade ashore where Thomas' father watching them. They stumbled into a hole, bow- ever, and floun-dered among the reeds. Thomas, sr., and others 011 the shore tried to reach them by using planks, but the men sank in the mud until their heads were covered by water and they were drowned. Their bodies were recovered. For the Bride (No gift ii more vrare. Remember tint is the original "Rogers." It is "Silver flate ihat Wean" Msdein thcheavieatgrade of plate, and ranks fiist in quality. Sold by Lcadlpfl STAMPEDE STATISTICS Berlin, Sept. Tlie press, in- cluding even semi-official organs docs not attempt to conceal its irritation at reports that the Hritish govern- ment is encouraging tin; armcil intiT-; vention of Russia in Mongolia. it is acknowledged that the insurg- ents have gained the upper hand and are beyond the control of the weak- ened authorities. At. Pekin biUer arc (lie complaints at the "flagrant luan- ru-r" as one journal describes it, in which Kngland has abandoned her Smith Bros. Wilson, contractors, i historical attitude of opposing any who .ire erecting a. rescue ImildiiiKj inroads on the territorial integrity of i for No. f! shaft a-re making good head- China. The secret agreement which way, considering drawbacks from the official Berlin is persuaded lias been Calgary. Sept. that the Stampede is over the stat- isticians are busy. The total aii-endanee during the week is placed at and MIR cs- ii mated receipts The Experienced Cook Says: "I use Alberta's Best Baking Powder .be- cause I know from actual test that it never f a i'l s me." You, too, will find it invaluab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in price, AsK your grocer for it TWO WERE KILLED Plttallllrg, Pa.. Sept. per- sons vere killed, and otters in- when a switch engine running light collided with Hie first section of the Pennsylvania Railroad passcl- train No. 21, near Derry, Pa., ear- ly today. Th-s dead: .lames Quick flag man, AHoona, Pa.; .1. E. Seard, engineer, switch engine. Whitney, Pa. heavy rains, which have been falling arrived at between Russia, -Japan and for the last two weeks. This building Britain for a common policy m will make a fine improvement for the miners. They will have a chance to learn reav-ne work, which will he a great heneflt to them. The building will he heated with steam, and light- ed hy electricity. The smoky room is I2xl'5ft. This is where the test- ing of the helmets will he made. The work room will be ISx25ft., and off this room Is the office. There is alsr- a store room, and a wash room. The rooms will have cement, floors. Infantile paralysis has made its ap- pearance in the Gilbert Plains district and two deaths from the dread dis- ease are reported. the partition of thr outlying portions of the Chinese Kmpire is veh.enie.ntly condemned. No official statement is iorfhcoinjiig, hut no one pre.'.cii'ls it he situation is not strained. Ihe Bourse does not quite how 10 take the report that nose government has succecde-i roily negotiating a loan of pounds in London. A sheet metal manufactory lias boon secured by the Saskatoon Indufe- trial league for that city. Tho com-; pany will spend in premises I and employ forty men OUR CONFIDENCE JUSTIFIED We to refund the cost of Blue Ribbon Tea if any buyer Is not utitfied, as we know how excellent it is. Such an offer could not be if there thi! slightest doubt about Blue Ribbon's aood quality. All we ask Is that you buy package and see for yourself.