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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, ms THE LETHBRIDGB PAGE MEN'S CLOTHING That Will Place You in Front of the Other Fellow It .'is well "bred" tailored with a deu-rec of smartness thai you will at once asso- ciate with lailof made dollies. We Fit Them All-Slender, Tall, Medium or Robust build At The Best Good Shoe THE QEO. A. SLATER INVICTUS We are showing the newest styles in .Men's High Orade Foot- wear tor Fall. Men's Dress Shirt Special, Men's Dress Shirts, all new fall patterns. with' or without lounge collars to maicli: sold regularly at -SI .50 to SI.75. Special. One lot..61' Mfiii'K Dress Shirts, soli and still bosoms. Sale Price 65C "visit theljig1 Clothing House for your Fal' Outfitting. Everything at lowest prices. McKelvie McGuire Kirkhani Blue k, Lelubrhlge. SIR MAX .AITKEN IS NAMED HON. COLONEL Ottawa, Qnt.. Sept. or- ders issued today, announce that Hon. Max Aitken, .Bye-Witness for the Canadian forces, has been made an honorary colonel Col. W. J. dS'ell has been appointed director of remounts for overseas forces beyond Canada, in 'addition to tile duties of his appointment as director of veter- inary uerviue. PURE FOOD MARKET Shamrock Cooked Hams, per pound.... -35C Finest Jellied Tongue, per pound. -45C For Saturday Only Finest fresh, made Creamery Ask for Shamrock Hams and ducts of the, largest and best, Padding House in the West. Our Markets handle Pure Food Government Inspected Products P. Burns Co., Limited MAIN Aytnue South. Phonei 412 DOMINION: 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1664. PALACE Street North. Phone 431. B.C. Mine Officials Face Serious Charge Vancouver, IB. C., Sept. The attorney-general-has initiated a pro- secution for manslaughter against Thomas Graham, chief provincial mines inspector, and ,1. H. Tonkin, manager of the Pacific Coast Coal Co., oi -Vanaimo. The charges arise out of the accident; at Reserve mine, near Nanaimo, in May, when 20. inin1. crs. lost their lives. i-' i blast from the Reserve 'mines smashed through" the wall of adjoin- ing workings, which were flooded, and the incoming rush of water drowned the men like rats. Justice Hjurphy found that Tonkin had given instruc- tions for continuing the has- iiig his measurements on maps which he knew were only copies of the ori- ginals. The copies were drawn to different scale from the original, and a fatal mistake of 400 feet was made. men are prominent in the min- ing industry, oi'British (Columbia. FORWARDS REPORT London, Sept. American Embassy has forwarded to the state department at Washington the report of Lieut. Lewis B. McBride, the naval attache at rue Embassy, regarding the sinking of the Hesperian. It IB un- derstood that it throws nc new light on the question whether the liner was torpedoed. hiragn, Sept. Chicago 'I'ri- wiildi lias been rather well in- i formed in war matters insists that] j i In; change "I 'rout the llatt I (lit Kaiser and the tiprmaii nation.! MUIS due to Germany's desire to In-i I friendly with Ihc I'nitcd Slates when' it brines up tin1 jjucstifni of peace, which it will bring at an rath dale. "In my oiiinion peace could lie achieved'al this lime by the influence of tin' president of the United Staves. This is the purport of a personal message which Count- Von Uernslorff. the Ciennan ambassador, sent to the i Kaiser two days before the sinking of the Arabic, according to informa- tion obtained today from oflicial Ger- man sources. The Kaiser is credited livilh desiring to end tbe war now, while he is at toe height of his ad- vance in Russia. And the Kaiser's suggestions for peace.'.' The Tribune says that Germany is (lushed with the victory over Russia and the terms are mucii more, exact- ing than the. Kaiser would haie sug- gested and diil suggest in a round- about manner last spring. They' are such that the. allies would not accept it, would not. listen to the sugges- tion. Here arc the probable demands: Krcctioti of an independent king- doni of 1'otaml as a buffer state be- ll Russia and Uermany. Cession of a part if not all ot Courland by Russia to Germany. I Provision' by Russia for the au- I tonomy of Finland. Partition oi Kervia between Ans- tria and Bulgaria, with, possibly a part of the little kingdom going to Greece. Cession oi the Helgian Congo to Germany as compensation, for the evacuation of Belgium. Cession of African colonial terri- tory to Germany by France as com- pensation for the evacuation of Nor- thern France. Restoration of African colonies to Germany by Great Britain. An international agreement on tlie freedom of the seas. "Germany has revived the proposal of an independent kingdom of Poland to .serve as a buffer state a.nd is de- manding Courland as furtlleV protec- tion from the says the Trib- une correspondent. The suggestion ot autonomy for Finland is interesting. A semi-inde- pendent Finland would constitute a sort oi butter state between Russia and Sweden, which is conspicuously friendly to Germany. The proposed partition of ftervia between Austria and .Bulgaria likc- jwise. is significant. The promise of such a reward might he sufficient to keep Kll.garia friendly to the central empires. Make Fortunes Out of Wheat Chicago, Sept. 0. Huge "clean- ups" are reported in the wheat mar- ket within thfi last few days through a sharp decline in prices. James A. Patten credited on the board of trade, yesterday, wilh having bought about bush- els of "short wheat" at Chicago and Minneapolis. His winnings are saifl to have been in the neighborhood of In the last few weeks wheat has de- clined about, 20c., and many local traders who have been bearish have made fortunes. John F. Barret's prof its are estimated at over 000, and others are reported to have made '.arge sums. Large profits also have been made in corn, though the decline has not been as great as in wheat. George Phillips, V successful c'nrnerer in corn several years ago, is said to be one of the big winners, and large profits are reported by other speculators. A waterproof match box has licen i invented that will float when drop- ped into water. CANADA Serve wholesome. Amount Paid OutforRelkf Oll.uu-a, Sept. amount paid out i." department of the inter- ior as relief to western seUlers up to July 31, amounts lo for sew! grain and for oth- er goods, including fodder for ani- mals, making a total of The minister has decided to ask for payment this year of one-half only of the sped grain and fodder advances, together with, interest, where both fodder ami seed grain were advanced, where relief only was provided, one- half only of tlie amount advanced will he asked. Harvey Heam, of Humboldt, Sask., is at the capital, seeking author- ization for the, formation of a new battery oi artillery fur Saskatche- WARRANT OUT FOR JOHN HEAPS Vancouver, B.C., Sept. war- rant was issued yesterday for the ar- rest of John Heaps, a member of a. prominent pioneer firm of Vancouver. Charges of failure to account for cer- tain monies alleged to have been handed to him are made in the. sworn, information. Heaps was secretary of the Columbia Trust Co., now in liquid- ation, and sensational disclosures re- garding this concern are stated to bo imminent. INSPECT SOLDIERS- FOOD CAREFULLY Ottawa, Out., Sept, sup- riled to Canadian officers at the difV ferent points of mobilization" is being carefully inspected by officers of the inland revenue department. Special men have been detailed for tilts work with a view of Insuring that nothing but clean and wholesome food is fur- nished. QUALITY FIRST Together With Service This means the cut you want, of the best to be had, delivered promptly by a shop where cleanliness is the watchword, in response to your 'telephone order The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest EttablitHed Went Market in the City.' An Enjoyable Dinner Always When We Supply The Meats Which arc'Southern Alberta's OhoM-cst, like a Good Steak or a ten- der 'Juicy Uoasl as A full line of Fresh, Smoked and Cooked Meats for tomorrow. DELANYS, UM1TED-PHONE 452 Quality Meats The best we can get. Always tender, savory and juicy Beet Pork Muttou Veal Special for Tomorrow CHOICE PICNIC HAMS at per Ib. Our Sausage will please yon. Particular people buy Sausage here because they are sure it is made right from Fresh Mciil. When you call note how Clean, Fresh and Neat onr Shop is kept. PEJOE8 MOST REASONABLE E. OXLAND J110 6th Ave. 8. Phone 7JW ;