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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pnsre THE LETIinRIPGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, 24. CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE EW453 In Hosiery and Underwear We Excel Craven Hosiery The seme of perfection iu weight aid durability pair o'. staudard aEd the'ttst obtainable In this country. Cashmere Hosiery, THE DISTINGUISHED FEATURES OF THIS SHOWING ARE THOSE CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS STORE IN EVERY-OTHER OF ASSORTMENTS, CORRECTNESS OF STYLE AND EXTREME MODERATION IN PRICE. Here 13 every sort of hosiery and underwear to sutt women ol particular taste; auj you cau set Just the right just the nnd just the rlshl slie without loosenlus your puna strings very And vjhll! we feature today mojlly suited to the vsanlt of grown-ups, do not forget that iltorl- menli in rnluw' ind children's >lzM mre as complete and pricei luit at enticing. Watson's Underwear wanted size lor small medium and stout women'and children, in frery desired weight and qualities to sutt every need, priced at 25c to per garment. Union Suits. Siicdal Splendid weight for early fall wear, ank'.e length, tone sleeves, buttoned fronts. Union A special purchase and eiceptionally slrpnf value, seventy per cent wool, flue quality medium' welglit Finest Vests and Drawers.. I.ovelv fine quality wool, guaranteed unshrink- able, light cream "bade, beautifully Silk and wool-Union suits Heavy pure silk union suits to'S10.CO Finest all wool union sulis, unshrinkable to Ijailles' natural wool vests t drawers Children's aud MUses UnlM Suits to 52.50 Children's vests and drawers, white or natural 35c to 51.25. Special 25c. feet, FJain weaves or ribbed goods, SESinlfeS spliced heelt tofs, colors guaranteed. Llama Hosiery Special -We Fine quality Llama Wool, seamless feet, sood. full welsht; sizes Sis to 10 Inches. Ribbed Top Hosiery ____ 50c. Fina pure rfool caibrcere, perfect Oiling, made with eitri elmlc. rlbhed top. Cliildi-eu's and Misses Hosiery SOc, to Pine rlb'bsd, beautiful quaUty casnaere, per- fect Biting eeamlesa feet the best stocking we have seen for children's and misses' wear. Shown in sizes 4 to In colors blacfc, cream, say, plnfe, tan, and cardinal. Dremier Has In- troduced New From. Pagel tbat iu _. doing the Hoa's share o! busi- ness at the (loiBts where they had jeeu established. He an statement ol the position' of tbe livestock ia the province, showing the infiiifnre of the demon- stration fattus on the dairying and stock raising industry oi the prov- ince and dealt with tlif ured evil in the southern portion ol the province. While the government uas doing all in their power to rid the province of weeds he did not want to' be uuduly barsh, and where tie condition a man's crop constituted a menace to bimsell and his r-eighbois the prov- ince would give him notice (bat the year he summer lul- low and'il he disregarded the iniuno- and sowed again on weedy land the crop would be burnt. WAKNEH'S MKM1SKU Sl'OKK. ThroJgh several hours well filled galleries in the legislative chamber listened to the speeches on the ad- dress in reply to the speech .froui the tbror.e.'. Hon. Duncan .Marshall, minister of agriculture F. H. side. Coronation J. L. Ccte, Orou- ard ar.d V. S. Warner, on the Liberal sWe while the speakeri: for the opposition included A. junior member for Ed- monton H. H. "Crawford, member for" South Edmonton Dr. Blow. Cal- f'gary So'.itb George I.eroy Hudsoa, Wainwright. The 'Iciiaie was adjourn- ed bv Geo. Smith, member, for j Cararose. Mr, l.cmcgwell. ol Warner, in his maided eflott, made a splendid im- pression and he Is regarded as one ol the promising tnen amoog the new members.Mr-.'Lellingwell dealt with the agricultural development of the province and complimented the. .gov- ernment on its Iwork along thtse lines. He expressed pleasure at ihs 'prospective settlement ot the A. W. question and expressed trie that the oxtritpic southern por- tion of the would soon ca- joy improved railway facilities, absolute essential to the proper velopment- of a vasr stretch of coun- try In which the settlors are now seriously .handicapped.Bowing, to -.the. distance they have to drive to mar- w. Dli.: Prom the far East to the great West, coffee reigns supreme at the breakfast table. IS A Brand Coffee is recognized standard byt which all others are judged. Chue Sanborn, Montreal. lie. is Acting as ifetliator in tin; Nasty Home Rule Moss COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Has your morning cup ot coffee a full'rich flavor and delicate aroma? 'If not ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee when glvins your r.eit order and notice tha difference- You will be agreeably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Ponder, Spicks and Extracts all one besL Sept. 53 :The Re- publican Stale convention'1 last night recommended lie. special .National convention to change. Uie method of nominating candidates' for President The plai proposed wcitld reduce the number cl Xational delegates, allow- ed tbt DerEocratlc slates of the south, land attain the iollowera jot Theodore .Sooseveli .at the Chi- cago Rmioh' Inspector, Notor- ious in Provincial Election is Hq.uclclicd The. end' oi-'thr-'.'jd.jlilie'.is in 'sight and expected that the last -o" the sFfikers-'on will he Heard several speakers on both side's''to he' inclirding -the Hon. Uoyle, min- ister 'of education, the Hon. A.. fi. MacKay, member' for 'Athabasca on the Liberal'side, Bacon Hillocks, Cal- pary North, I.ethbridgc, who is being reserved by the Con- servatives as one guns to te fired at the rod'of the debate. A- large number of'.questior.s 'M .KK: Taylor, rar.ch inspeclo sieheil or o'tierivisc'vacated hi Carlylc, Sask., Sept. shock- ing accident happened on the farm o' 1 the. Moose Mountain Farming com- ipany, about five, miles southeast ol the Jloaday nwrnin.., wher Artlmr Hill, the fivc.'s'ear'old-son o! jone of the employees, was crushed ca the order paper but the majority were not oi great imporr- jnce. Questions were asked hy Mr. Camp- Rocky .Mov-ntain, regarding the employment Badcn-rowell, whom lion. Mitchell, minister ol Calgary, Sept. B. Henr.ett a look of grav concern, when an Albertan' reporte approached him regarding the r'umo that iad rejigi Fosition here.'Llut when the queitio was actually -his exprcssio changed- to "''Really it is surprisin the questions that you expect t le able to answer." After a mornen o! Ac-liberation he said "I have been led.io believe that is highly-probable' that the gentlema in question has forwarded his resig- nation to the department." Further.tlian that Mr. Bennett was not. prepared to go. Nor would ho discuss the why or wherefore pi tho probability ol Mr. Taylor's resigna- tion. "That is be coaciudcJ, "that Sept. Standard'! lobby correspondent declares that frequency with which iwlHlflnus have been flsltlng lialcioral Castle bean out the Inference that It tho King who [he attempt to bring tbe parttcB together ou the- Homo Rulo Issue. He adds thM very tecret at- teDflon is le.lngr laid Iho propOBAl lo elude northeastern IHelcr from the mediate scheme of Irish. Kovern- ent. The proposal, ho coutlnuce. ould lavolve the remodelliug of the BO as to convert the. government scheme into a mere berol ecdowinent of an Irish Par- omeot. nnd he adds there la reason believe Unionist Ulster would nc- >pt nt Ck Montreal. Sept. minister ol labor, Hon. W. T. Crothers, came la for z share of criticism at the hands ol speakers before the Cana- dian Trades and Labor Congress, the minister being openly accused of working in the interests oi the em- ployers as against those ol the lab- oring men- MONEY WORKING EASIER Otlawa, Ont, Sept. Ed ward H. Houston, manaser of the 1m- driven by his own lather. NOMJNATED MR. FISHER London. Ont, Sept. G. Fish- er, of tho legrai firm of JlereJith selected yesterday-.as Liberal candidate to contest the bye- election to be held in East Middlesex, consequent upon the death of the lale Peter Klson, M.P. The greatest en- thusiasm pervaded the meellng. -The candidate Is a brother erf Hon. Ghar- lea Fisbe.-. Speaker of the Alberta Legislature. Deer, Maclcod, and Medi- cine Hat, Mr. Mitchell said tbat no decision had been reached as yet.- MSS. CAROILL DEAD Cargill, Ont.. Sept. Mar- garet Carglll, Henry Cargill, former M.P. for East Bruce, in dead here. Sbe leaves one son, D. Car-1 BRITISH GENERAL DEAD Sept. 24.-r-The death is an. npunced of LleutXJeneral Brabazon Potter, aged late of 'the lioyal Artillery. Col. Potter frequently vis- ited Canada. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills perlal Baak of Canada at Otlawa. w-no gill, who IE the Conservative candl- has returned from a three months' trip to tho British speaking of Canadian securitlej abroad, aays that money Is working mere easily sinc tha conclutlon of the ISalkin wara. dale in the Houth ijruce bye-election for the Hoi-se of Commons, and two Mrs. H. Hcnnell. of Mid- land, and Mrs. Wilson 'M. Soulhatn, of Ottawa. art jost tne nght medicine for. the children, their kidneysareout o( order ovtr-indulgence in lomft favorite food gives them indireslton MOTK'E Indian Root Pflla will q-jkVly and surely put them Purely neither Weakeo or gripe, lilceSarsh Guard your children's nealih' by always xccpinr a box of Dr. Morrc had sent in his resignation. The cause of this sudden action on the part ol the r.ewly-appoinfcd official has not waded through political bleed to'gct the position lie now raids. 'He toot the position made vacant when 'the government fired without notice or any comment whnt ever, 'his predecessor who had been appointed during the. Liberal admin stration. The appointment was not a popula one among aiiy section, and met wit] the disapproval of Conservatives a well as'Literals. In the recent provincial election Mr Taylor, though'a government official, was .very active In the campaign. In the house last week Martin Wool! charged Taylor with offering ranchers certain favors in-the southern part o! (tie province'if they would vote for Conservative candidates. It is understood thql Alien McDon- well, known and popular Cal- gary young mat, will be Mr. Taylor's successor. PROBATION OFFjCER MAKE' IT HOT FOR PRECO- CIOUS KIDS Probation Officer: Limb la n the warpath today; -He is alter the small boys who have ately developed deadly efficiency with he pea shooter. 'And lie Is. also ounduip up some ot the truck far- mers: Just east of tho city who have number of school boys picking po- tatoes at so much per. After school lost evening ".lllkt Zoba, a No. 3 youth, received the charge of one of the deadly pea shoot- KM? Children Councillors o! the ceutlcal association met again morning In Htsftabothain BUn tntI were b'utjr until honr ft sarlng matUrs to] t general open tKlm afternoc 1 'A Under' of the conn last night at lie Lctfcbrldge hot Iwenty-flve of the. foremost "drufjtj twenty-five .of the foremost dnrfflj in' the province gathered at ti tive' boartl, which' wai set in: t' uiukl brilltut ityli'it-Mine He D. Hljlnbotiujn 'jretlded j toaetmister, and H. II, OMtz'of R Deer, Mr. McDonald and Dr. Mor man of EdmODtcm reiponded bo t various A feature of Che profra'ra was t singing of Oto. K. Flamtaj and R{ A. 0. Cameron, who.alio accorapftnl; Mr. HemlQff and -gave one of t Bhort and Is the last time that I'shlil call for my I was juit nlng to be'aijiioycd about the matter." J-cKtro.' i All the Corns In Could be Ended This You can pro re tbla In If all people tseil what millions arc using, there would be no coins ncit wceV. Every com would bo treated at once with a llttta Blue-jay plaster. Tho pain would slop Instantly. Then ths K B was would gently.loosen, each corn. In 48 hO'jrs all tho corns would out. (312) two dayi. Try n Btee-jajr that old. old corn. Note how It acts.without any discomfort. Note the ot pain or.soreness. The con-h completely forgotten. Then In two how the wholo <-6rfl liiii (rot. Bruc-Jay Iteepa mlllfoM tnt froracorns. "Whsnyouitopparing stop treatmeau-ryon will have freedom too. Aod ftU people will know Ufc. A in the picture soft BAD wax. CM R Stops Ibe paia keeps Iho vra, K from iprcaolur. C -trtkp'i around tot. 1 (Is r, strewed to bo C D Ii atowfrs to itikn Iho piaster oo.' Blue-jay Corn Plasters Sold fcr ZSc per Simple Alto Uioe-lay Booloil Bsaer BUck, CWc.go YoA, M.I. Jr. ef Surfkil rfe. SAVE DOLLARS By Purchasing Your Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Posts, etc., front us. We are selling at WHOLESALE MILL PRICES, delivered anywhere in Southern Alberta Owing to Low Wholesale Prices we are able to do this, and give you the benefit while it lasts. THIS IS WUR OPPORTUNITY CENTRAL LUMBER CO., LIMITED Lethbridge Yard 14O7 3rd Avenue South Phone 1492 ;