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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUF LETHBRIDGE DAILY Monday. GIVE RECIPROCITY A TRIAL; IF IT IS GOOD, KEEP IT; IF NOT GOOD, STOP IT THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK II wonderfully attractive showing of Suits Of the Famous Northway and other high-grade makes that arc entirely exclusive wilh this store. We have many lower priced higher too. priced all the way up to none ol' them possess more real value, more thorough work- manship, heller materials nr.a wider diversity of stunning new styles than these lines to which direct Your attention today. iwn in handsome new heather-mixed light, medium and dark colors; venetlani, lerjsi. basket-cloths In all the rich new autumn Material in every case are absolutely pure wool and thoroughly shrunk and the Include all the various to young ladies or small women, extra stout women, as well as all the regular stock sizes from 34 to 42. Coats are all silk or satin lined and skirts made moderately narrow to conform to best style. S22.50 525.00 We Make Alterations Free and Guarantee the Fit OUR DRESS-MAKING DEPT. is now in full swing and orders nre piling' up fast. Stocks of dress-noods now offer most satis- factory selections, and we strongly urge the ad- visability of early choosing. We specialize in the making of both tailored and fancy gowns, and every garment is backed up by our guarantee of satisfaction. your order Ot'K MILUX.KRV SECTION has received great praise For if.-; captivating styles Fair prifinsr. And no small measure of tins praise is due to the frequent on-coming of new goods. The lop-notch designers of Eastern fashion centres are weekly contributors to our splendid showing and prices are marked with an idea of real value and at lower figures -than you luive been accustomed to pay. TRIMMED HATS............S4.00 to DRESS to 522.50 Fall Stocks of Hosiery and Underwear Offer satisfactory selections and especially strong values. Onlv makes that are dependable and are admitted to onr shelves, and from the small- est 'infants' to the extra stout women's sizes, assortments are the largest shown in any one store in Southern Alberta. INFANTS' Shown in slip waist style, buttoned all the way down tile front, very soft pure wool and" un- shrinkable. FINE LLAMA Pure soft wool, shown In black only; sizes S 1-2 to 10 Ins. CHILDREN'S CASHMERE 25c Fine ribbed, shown in colors black and tan; sizes 4 to 7 Ins. LADIES' UNION Just the proper weight for early fall fine and soft and perfectly proportioned. All aboard for Colorado Springs. The excureion to Colorado Springs to attend Dry Farming Cnngreic hai 'been arranged, and th'a iJoard of Trade hav-e succeeded in securing the best route possible. Without any manner of doubt tbis trill tfc-e excursion which ever went out of L-eth.bridge. It is 'dotiot- ful, alto, .If a better excursion ever left the'tooundarres of Canada. Route, ippolntmenUi and comfort have iill bttn looked after, and everybody who Can arrange to Join the party will surely there. H will be the one Cascarcts Insure Inside Cleanliness of Caaearet never hive Headache, Constipation, Bll- ioutnett or Sick Stomach it is more necessary that you keep your Dowcli, LtTer and Stomach ciean, pure and fresh than it is to keep the eewers and drainage of a largo city free from obstruction. Are you keeping clean inside with merely forcing a pns- Eageway even" few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is Important. Cwcarets immediately cleg use and regulate the stomach, remove the Hour, undigested and fermenting rood And foul take the e.vcoas bile from liver and carry wit of the the decomposed waite matter In the intestines and and pplvon bo veil, No oddi how badly and upscL you a trill utrsight- you out by morning. They work while jott A 10-cent box from yow dngvlat will keep rotir entire family feeling good for months. Don't the thcfr little in- need good, gentle cleaning, fcro. I grand outing of the year, and no ooe can afford to niise It. After a great deal of. trouble the Board of Trarfia succeeded in arrang- ing fciie trip to suit them, and they succeeded to the very smallest point. -Everything was considered which would make the excursion a success, and they are to 'he congratulated on bringing it to a successful issue. F. W. Downer received word this morn- ing that ihe route planned hy the Board of Trade had met with approval of the railway companies. The rate for the-round trip will -be including steeping reservations. The train will be finely appointed, and comfort of the' passengers has been looked There will be fke steepers or probably six, a first class coach, a dining car and a bag- gage car. Passengers will be to use their during all stopa, thus making for their comfort while in Colorado Springs, where the ho.- tels will be crowded hy delegates to the congress. While in Colorado Springs the special train be placed alongside one of the finest ?arks in city, convenient to the liotels and other points of interest. A Route As for the route, It'will be the last In railway travelling. The com- mittee in charge of the railwuy ac- done in the daytime, and the night- will -he spent in .gome of the beautlfu reports along th-e line. People win. Iwe been over the route to be tak- en declare that it is one of the bes Pleasure trips, and thy Lethbridgt delegation expect thtir enjoyment t< he greatly enhanced by the fact tha they arc bringing home to the peo pie of Lethbridge the news that th< 1SL2 session of the international Dr Farming ConRre-3s will held in this city. That, is the one" paramo idea of the excursion, and everything points to success in itieir mission. Many Are Going At present It appears that at leasi oii'e hundred people will join ihe Fifty of these -will be from the city. The remainder will come from all parts of Alberta. Arrange' menta have ben made with this C. P. to give ypecinl rates from all parts of the province to Lethbrldge for delegates who wish to join the commodationy, fee! particularly proud of their success in securing the routelng they illd, for without doubt the train will travel through the beautiful soenery to be found in any part of the But they wnnt further than that, and stipulated In their agreement that on .the return trip the party .should huve full-con- trol of the train, so that at, any tim'a the train may he stopped for a few minutes to allow tho pame'ngors to got a good view of the scenery along the nFurther thsn thii, all travelling pn the return trip must he cynosure of a party. Tribute to Local Board Publicity Commissioner C.S. Hotch- fiss, of the Alberta Government, was n the city this morning, arranging for the outside ilelegutva. -Mr. Hotchktai was very enthusiastic ftrbout the way the Leth-bridge Board of Trad-e have taken the matter up, and to th'a Herakl expressed opinion that, the local body is one of the most important factors in the Province for lh-e advancement of Al- berta. He says that th-a government of the province is heartily in accord with the local peopl'3 in their en- deavor to aecure thw Dry Farming CongreM for 1912. Kvery delegate a booster for Lelhbrldge for. the Congress, and he nays thnt the success of the venture will mean thousands of dollars P'orth of the be-st advertising the city and the Province could possibly get through successful, and it will thlu country on a hither plane in the Agricultural world. Provincial Exhibit j The provincial will i have an exhibit at the congress which 'will he In keeping with their ex- hibits of previous years, nnd that meany that they will have onu of the best displays at 'the 'congress. They hnvo always done well (it other rnpet- and they are putting forth -every effort to ma to thii year's exhibit bet- ter than ever. Most of tho Toronto (Exhibition exhibit will be displayed [at Colorado Springs, having already shipped. In addition they arc making n special vegetable exhibit which will be one of [he wonders of the exhibition. The Route Here is routelng of the ex-j cursion as obtained by F. Downer, j ly in the school house on the nig'il of .Sept. I3ih. The speaker lhc i night in the interest of W. A. iiiieh- anaii was K. X. Barker, of I'arii.slon, J MACDONALD TORIES FOR THE PACT E. N. Barker Had Very Successful Series of Meetings Harr Mill. Kept. most enthu- siastic crowd atU'iitU'ri a Liberal I-MOLDS SCAUJJKD ONE OF THOSE BIG WAR DRAMAS. who will be the manager in charge. l.Uve Lethbridge on Saturday. Oc- tober M at 1.00 p.m., and proceeding DOROTHY'S FAMILY A roaring DAD Mirth-provoking THE FIRST BABY Funnier than MY NAME IN YOUR DREAMS." By R. E. WILLIS. Falls and Billings to Den- ver where a day stop-over will be Thence to Co oracio Springs arriving there on October where the party will remain for three davs j wli1.) went over the question of i reciprocity pact for about two, .i.ui a j half hours About- thirty fanners attendance, the chair ipinf; I white the congreys is in progn-ss. itabt'n hv Mr- Vinccland. (H the thii- It is on the return trip, however. ty larmcts only four" senucd to ,lis- thal the excursion will pass through sent from the n'ciprocily pact, as the scenery which win mark it as the gdVeinnjcnt. and (.f the most beautiful scenic trip ev-er j tliesi: four, one was converted inu'ur? there aie i others i.iv taken by a party rf Lethbridse I the meeting closed, and pie. A special representative of to hopes 'ih.if some of thr White Slave and and Indian Frontier and Jeffs' Vote For The Babies look after the welfare of the passen- and a special glass ob- servation car will be attached nee light before election ilay. Mill seems to be almost in favor of reciprocity. A vcn to any holding i the scenery along tire route. Mr. opinions fo voice their uphi- Ayres of Denver and liio firande n0 opposilion speaker wus I Railway system was in tho city some forthcoming J time ago, and to the Herald he matte the statement that the trip over this road would 'be a continual change of 'prosfwrous looking district was ;' Bccnlc panorama which no otter part j Uheral on Mlil of the West affords, living Col-1 ,hfi jn thp orado Springs the specia will proceed via Pueblo, Canon Citv. lne nunwl "-v Mr' (llarU''' div guarding tho month of the Grand twenty-five faniwrs met tlio sprawr. of Arkansas. Hei-a tho opsn as had been lhc nr.L-r jtop observation car svill ha attached i of llic clay, with most fanners in ,1 for the ride through the canyon and j tire'I condition, nu-ctin.p on-; the Royal Gorge. Proceeding wester-ilv cvli-nrird !o oiu1 and a lialt hulk's. ly train parees in succession Pro-reciprocity arguments were c.irn-i through Sallda, Tennessee Pnss, Glen-: fully listfiieil" to, and as Him- wood Springs, At llo.senu'aii Sepi. it. This At Tho Eureka Theatre tonignt Splendid A beautiful .ludiim Knimiiu'o of natural mag- nil'uTiK'e and dramatic grasp. THE JKESlJKKEtTlON OF JOlhV laughable. THE DIVER An Educational i'iciurc. -Swee arriving here on Monday, October 23ril at noon. foature of ll.'e kip is that it has been so arranged that two Sundays arc included Sh tnat husinsys men will he enabled Sweet Valley Meeting 1. Valley, Sept. wind ol' their own private predilection. ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR BOARD OF TRADE TRIP TO COLORADO SPGS Greatest Scenic Route in the States-Provision Made for Every Comfort- Provincial Government Co-operating--Many Delegates Will Go to Farming Congress-Expense Not Heavy-All Travelling in Dayligh h rough I out ;i small 0, I110S to join the'iMirtv with the mJnimum lhc fhoul IlolISl INS of tlwe. Everybody will pos- hp sPraKcr WIIS lt) can 'go will go. and all Informa- lentivcly, but no qucstuins UCIT aA- ition may be haeh from F. farmer j from also may.. b-e had sleeper coiuniciitK. .Sweet Valley is not ns reservations. This is the., greatest im.inimous for reciprocity as the t o venture of the Board of Trade yet. previous places, hul- just how the vote and the people of Lethbriilge aio wil! .be counted' on election day is any medium. Arberta will the eyes If their plans art sure- to take advantage of the i portunity offered to aid the Board in their work, while at sanva j time they will be making a pleasure trip which will he remembered for many a long day. 3NINE KILLED ON AUTO TRACK A TRUE STORY WITH A MORAL A certain very prominent Con- servative was canvassing a ran- cher in the Boundary Creek dis- trict and was getting off his story that reciprocity would not in- crease the price the rancher would be able to get for his cat- tle. He finished his spiel and looked at the man to see the look of conviction on his face, Mr. X------. The other day two Montana beys rounded up some of my ntrays and sold them for me, I know what I got for them and it was a siflht more than I got for what I sold on this side." Then the canvasser started talking annexation. Southern Alberta ranchers uy that any of their steers that stray across into Montana and are sold there by the Stock Growers As- sociation bring the owners from to per head more than those sold In Canada." ill u problem. At Kyiemore, iryrcmore, Sept: pood turn- it.'of men, women and children. tu- -Syracuse, Sept. 17. Auto racinj speaker was accorded a most carm' clai'ut'd niur victims today hearing by both parlies, and after Hi.; u hen a car driven hy I.ce Old- ground had been -one over, at the in-, ,h.M Sll u race, leaped from the track and in among the Six were killed outright an "I three others died soon after. Old field uas injured and is bring Majestic Theatre SHERMAN. Phone 646 Wsiiter Stock Co FIVE MGHTS Commencing September vi tat ion of the chairman, questions were asked and friendly discussions took place in order to siMtle some doubtful points. A L the conclusion Kev. SU, a retired Methodist n minister and loyal follower of Sir John A. iMacdnnald, made a short' speech in moving a vote of thanks j to ihe speakers of the nipht, and Fresciiiins a splendid reper- toire of successful plays. Opening' Play MONDAY EVE "The Parisian Princess" Seats on Sale at Rochon's. .t Me will lie It is alleged that he had ing his t'av with one He your surplus carnin.u'.s. buys A VICTOR sai'i that in previous times wliL-n re- ciprocity was in force Onlario pros- pered so they wurc all oil. Hut later reciprocity was tnken away j from then; Hv. (Mr. re-1 nidiihrred Sir John .saying, "Now we j have got lo fhiht our own battles ail j over what we want, is recjpro-- city, what the country would like is! reciprocity, hut we cannot get. it, -so! .we must protect ourselves." Hence the inauguration of the National I'd-' icy. "I mm-nthcr .Sir John saying) this most distinctly." j decisive Sir John A. said also, "We mayK'al slrui have a hard struggle hut will r This was, in I.S78. lv- John madi- further application for hy "Honest: John" his side-1 racked attitude of Conservatism driving his car with one of the are likrlj to prove his own undoing. s and instead of order- ('oit.scrvaiivrs want a standard-bear- likii lo stop, his manager urged er wlm wilt stand true to the plat- to sliced in order to heat, form and'principles of his 'aliTui, who was leading. The race his leader They want no political continued nnd wns won hy. wciillirr-eock. t m, breaking two world's records. WARNOCK CERTAIN IRISH RAILWAY STRIKE .Diiblin, Sept. which has linen evidenced for a long time among' tlva eniployies of the reached an acute -stage to- night when a general strike of the Groat Southern and Western line was declared. the It Grows Hair IMnchcr Sept. late approaches, the p gli' goes on at this point nit none the less strenuous- Here Are Facts We Want You ta m-iiriii'ss of ihf- 31 Ht- Prove ,it Our Risk iialtc tin; workers of both parlies! Man-pilous as it may seem, Rexall recinrocity, ;md so did I.aurier, but neither of them pol it-, though thry vigilant aii'l alrrl. Thn :1p. "03" Hair Tonic grown hair on candidate, Dr. thnt' wcrc hnkl" Of cmtrsp' -i... in none of rases were the hair both wanted it. "1 am said ftt the opera house Monday jroots nor had Uie scalp taken on Mr. Crags, that reciprocity will i .will hy all repot Is. (create 'shiny'appearance. good for the farmers, hut I fear atirmijincp than ever, ;md cv-j "W" Hair Tonic acts scien- consmncrs will have to turn Hilieal meeting hold in that tifjcally, destroying: the serins which aiis, the price of henf will put during the present campaign'are usually responsible for baldness, our of our reach. I will vote fnr'nas its sending capacity lo thejll penetrates to the roots of the eciiirociu if it does raise the price' "tn.vfst. j hair, stimulating nml nourishing them, nf living." and if it is pood for Ili-pnrls thai luivr reached liny'1' is a' mosl necessity, irmrr it. is .Cood for me." j from all the olher plan-s in (h, is ami will not i pum nor permanently stain tlio The voic of thanks to the Liberal slilm-nry whrrr mrrlings been speakers was seconded by another of Dr. wall, you ,0 ?p( hoUIe of prominent Conservative, D. A. Kcrog- without ;i exception, nf itexall Hair Tonic and use it fin and carried unimimo i ,'.v. Wr. I'hc most encouni.citiK natun- and dirccled. If i I does not. relieve scalp JEiiie had previously placed viclruy in Idlers for the i irritation, remove dandruff, prevent. elf on record during the as icing in favor of reciprocity, ic a few doubtful itntn cleared up. It would KCPIII (louhts intisi, have hern diMied p. The courteous action ol wo Conservative gentlenii'ii ill candidalr on polling day. j''1R'ia'r Trom fnlling and promote almost up to the day nfi1111 growth of liair, und in will be held lo wa-v Rivft ftllliro one prrat of light. isim'ily, comc 'f" 1IB' h (ines'.ioii or fonnalily we wfIL i Thi! il.sisli-nl c-finrls .it lhc Tories yoll I in ilpi.'lni'in.e (liar Ilic isstil' of ua lor It. siznn. SOi: and j is nnl reciprocity jilono SI.00. SoliI only M our Ipral! iiuiro. .1. U. Illglnbotliam uu4 nicli apprcciah'ri hv llutsr assptnhlptl, finds litllr or no favor with Ihe nil esjwcially hy the speaker of the tcltigunf voter, while lhc measures ;