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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Thursday, September A DISTINCTIVE SHOWING OF EXQUISITE CREATIONS SUITS Of Superior Style, Elegahce, Beauty and Originality. MATERIALS Of Exclusive Designs From the Foremost Weavers of World-Wide Fame. AUTUMN BEAUTY IN WOMEN'S COATS Styles are (graceful; Captivating to a Rare Degree. RICHiMATERIALS. i, As the New Bducle Cloths, Brocades' Im- I ported Plushes and Tweed, That Lbnd Them- selves Wonderfully; loathe Seasons Fashion. i.W1 V gradually to C6at "v Better Merchandise for Less Money GiWTGROP Galbraith Secured Mm- isler Stewart's Promise to Consider the Question Edmonton, Alu., Sept. Mayor W. Oalbraith. of Red Deer, presl dent of the Union of Alberts :51unlci- and head. of the Alberia and Bsstern British Columbia Press aaso- clttloD, and -.luembtrTs ol the ciecu- live council of the firat-nair.ed orgac- gallon, In conlereacc vrith Hon. Charles Stewart, minister o{ munici- palities for Albeila, on September 1 yrgcd tbat the government into consideration the aJrisablHty of form IDE In this provicce a similar to the Local Government Board in Great Brllairj. Tho Board's cnlef vould be to' investigate propose: tounicipal works with regard to Vultability 0} the same, and the atjilltj of the dly or low'r> to carry on presented by Mr. Ga! briith ind his provide that if the prorirjcUl body, to be form e'd, Approves any public works, th< would guarantee the bonds for raising the- money requrr- id to complete the project. This, It represented, wpnld place second- kry muElclpiiltM Iri a better position (or floating their fconds on tbe Lea- Jon raarkot, as at. present they we confined to the congested Toronto nlroduccil during the present session f tie legislature, but that it could e taken up next January. The plan, as outlined by Mr. Gal- raith, would be at benefit lo West- m Canada for Uie following reasons: That the difficulty encountered by Western Canadian cities In disposing debentures la-largely due to the act that financial men muBt h some assurance that the money' re- quired was for some bona-fide expecd- ture; That cities in Great BrlUIn had r.o difficulty In obtaining money for-murv Iclpal worki at 3S to 4 per cent., ow Ing to toe fact that any contemplate; e.Tpendilare has flrat to be hy ths Oovernrcect Hoard: That the establishment of euch a Board by the provincial governments, advocated by London and Canadian financiers. Hpionion, Alia, Sept. St.-, Laurence -season will close .en shipping on the Great to ports by-way ot to De- cember 9. Sir William reported that while emigration (rom 'the' .Uniltd Stiles has fallen oil 6( Canada con- tinues1 to 'attract, thousands; from .the old cour.lry. Hq declares that not rhore than 25'rjer'cent.1 ol the Immi- grants go on the-land-; and'ihat-this-explains why tte big tide of did not result in a larger crop outpiri this year. "The prairie provinces are in. htt- hur.dred and ninety million bushels of it" shape than ho addid, "anil THE DIVORCE CROP Ottawa, Ont., Sept. dkorce ca.aea Vere considered fcy the I Senate last Already fifteen ap- plications have hccn made, and Jt looks as if last year's record would Andrew Hamilton, who Is mak- ing bis third attempt to be freed from marriage ties. .nill" be harvested this season in tte province'of Alberta, Saskatch- ewan and .Manitoba, as against bushels cut In-1U12, accord- ing to estimates received from ex- perls by Sir William Whyie, former- ly vice-president of trie Canadian Pa- cific railway who was in Kdmonton a few'-days ago with Sir Kdraup.d Osier, president of "the Do- minion Hack K. 14. Angus, president Hotf, president ol, the. Montreal, Light 'and Power and .Koyal Trust company. ntfxt year we should have the largest crops ever harvested fa- Western Can- ada. "Every sign Is that money' will be much easier all .over Western Canada in a short .Sir William is optimistic over the financial situation, .saying that 'the financial stringency resulted from fn ciusliial expansion in the 'old coun- try as much as from any other cause Tr.e adjustment of the llalkan am the difficulties should resul; Asquith Sore on Loreburn for His Letter on Home ,1 '.Mr. ''Stewart said 'his icpartmen! would go thoroashly Into the question itit be doaited tf could be GERMANY WON'T PARTICIPATE BerlSu, IS.-r-The cental union of German manufaclirrers, embracing fifty-five thousand firmn, liflfl a con- ference fit Loipsic yesterday, at which a resolulioTi adopted, NC great majority of German Iho Canada and will give the shippers a big start before the Ice closes the St. Lawm.te river channel." Sir William added that the lake potts are in excellent to handle the g'rain, iajd Ih'at Montreal will have lo largest sliarc of the" ivoik. The regular steamers, he added, cannot handle .ill the grain that pours into Montreal before navigation (loses and tramp Speaking abo-jt Grrfnan expansion, he said C-trmahy'may find the. room it in South America il the Mnnroc ilaMrine Is dropped :ilic completion ol the Panama Can- oe Ol TllalCL rlier than last I as icveral (European diplomats v bar Pect' 1l ".licipafed IKat the 1'An- wil1 lhrown steamers not pass up the river Pacific-Facami exposition, because d blah rales.. MILLINERY MRS, McMEEKlN'S f ALL- STOCK of Millinery Is welt worthy ot Inspec- tion- 8be retoEvoa a now gupply.of up-lo-datc hats and trimmings eacb week- ar.d "feather mounts .In Marabou anil Paradise, In nil the loading colora, are Sept. A Is freely stated In government circles to be more ttran annoyed at the inter- vention of Lord in the Irish government controversy without any previous hint to hlmseJf. While he contlnueg desirous of receiving an) suggtallona of practical policy which wcroM to re-aaauTO and eafcguan Ulster rrotc-slontlsm, he holds that as the cabinet has ptaced their 'plan fully j before Parliament and tlio country, any alternative for an amended plan be made equally clear. He will not consent to tbe Idea of a confer- ence unless upon a preliminary basis 'or a settlement which Is far more de- finite than" any Unionist In a rcupon- Elble portion has vet for.varu. If he dIJ Indeed ao content, the Mghtfog element In his party ttould drop away from him, while he would alienate the Nationalists for all time. It la slgnfJcitnt thai remains silent. If there had ieen the sign of yielding on the part of the Cabinet, he would have been found to 'speak, fcnd very plainly. o discover what Ulster bad been ng for the last three years. Unionists vould have no compTomlse on the qirie Rule flUestlonV Sir EdwartJ Careon, who nlso spolie, aid Ihc Unldnlsts'of Ireland were cot going.Into.a conference, which meant ibsolnte surrender. They fcnew no .urrender, "A nice conference- it would remarked Sir Kdward. 'Juat look .at the position of the pari- es who woyld enter IL There would not bo a free agent In the lot." Unknlats were not going to be led nto the spider's, parlor, he went on. They might bo flics, but they were y old flies, and they had had too much experience of.the treatment by the government of Ulster. Xo matter what might happen, loyalists were de- termined at all .costs to preserve their civil and religions liberty. INTERESTING POINT IN LAW Minneapolis, Sept. a ruling by the board of'direclors cf the Chamber of Commerce can super- cede a state which arose statute '.is a i yesterday hi" suit -She deans and cn'rln I'lurnw, I'atlora at 318 brought on by Win. FJ. Mohlcr ,a grain dealer, ngalnsl" the Chamber of Com- merde, and the B. L, Welch Co. Judge I.eary Iffliied a temporary injunction ate yesterday afternoon reafrainfng the cl'iamber from s'elllng at Auction' Mr. Mohler's membership (n the chnm- her lo nlleged dent he owes (o the Welch Co. The restraining or- der remains In effect until the null brought to wirntl the ile-lil is decided in the District Court. Meantime, tbe rrembersblp will not be used, Mr. Moh- ler a bond to guarantee any dc-prcclatlon in UJG ir.emfccrshln should ho lof.o his case. PERISHED IN THE 'he 1 of" four ALPS .Alpine F. K. K.C., addrcfilcg tlia cllmberj'who had bcsn mlei-InK llnlonltt dea-.onst-ollon at KilfcedooV, h'epfeir.ner 12. foonrl today In a Co. Down, thta Bflerr.oon, that Icrova'so on the 1'aln I'eali In UP Lord had taken a long time per L'ngadlr.e, near here- M1S9 VIOLET MANBROUGH A picture of the clever CnglHh a reii who rlrffculei modern clolhi saying.that they arc uncomfortab and unhygienic. She prophetfes th some day women .Will ba courageo enough to defy fachton and c'ev enough to evolve a costume tjoth able and FOU WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Martfii'a Fcniale been the Standard for. 20 yeara and for 40 ycari prescribed anJ recommended by ,Phytlclani. Accept no other. At ,all tffug- ;