Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETIIBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, September CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK Just the Right Weaves and Colors in Autumn Dress Good and Silks Slocks here offer you a most siilisl'aclory solcciion of all I lint is 'new and desirable in jiist the right materials for stiver and house the right, ean depend upon that. Special values in plain Venetians, broadcloths and the new tweed suitings; dainty malaria's In the new evening shades and trimmings lo suit almost any style of gown. Our Dress-Making Department Under the management of'Miss Hooper, is now in full swing and offers you most satisfactory service, not only in the making and tail- oring of gowns and suits, but in their style, individuality and bceoin- ingness as Miss Hooper is an expert who has already proven her ability and you can safely plice your order with her, with every assurance that it will b.e executed to your entire satisfaction. Broadcloth Venetian Suit ings Extra fine quality materials in widths rang-. Ing from 48 to 54 ins., in rich auluny.i shades of brown, blue, green, old rose, Copenhagen, also black; every yard guaranteed permanent unshrinkable and unspotlable. Very dressy for street dresses or suits. Value, Lovely Xew Tweed Suitings aud IN EXCLUSIVE new heather mixtures in absolutely pure '.vflbl tweeds; sliown in exclusive of one of a kind; very correct for this season's wear, Vind modur- priced for such grade qualities. Suit, 57.50 and Messclainc Silks (JOc Pure silk and very soft, guaranteed not to cut, and particularly suited to the present styles j of waists nnd dresses; colors, cream, slcy. rose, j fjli! rose, Alice, reseda, tan, navy, white and black; I I-O ins. wide. Wide Empire Satin The most popular cloth of the season for dresses or foundation linings; shown in colors, cream, black, sky, rose and eyrise; to 40 ins. wide. Very fine and pure soft and clingy, which gives the desired effect to the best style of gowns. New arrivals in our Ready-to-wear section Suits, eo.Mts. skirts of the most at.tnictivo nnd desirable tyjies arc arViving daily b3- Express. The Dresses Beautiful new styles in satins, voiles, marquis- ettes ami velvets, suitable for afternoon and evening wear and in a most captivating rangu of styles. to 537.50 Tin- Suits Handsome models that you have not seen before, of tweeds, serges, broadcloths, etc., be-All- rinilly trimmed and tailored in the very best pos- sible to ITALY AND TURKEY ON VERGE OF WAR Ottomans Object to Italy's Designs on Tripoli -War Ships Rushed to the Scene--Both Countries Have Large Armies in Africa Paris, Sept. clouds contln- I lie to hang over Europe, and it seems 1 barely possible I hut the present sit- '.nation will pass by without serious quos however the Italian government will endeavor to make an amicable settle- ment -with Turkey for the lease of Tripoli .under Turkish sovereignty. lit. case of trouble Wio Turkish govern- will trouble. The Mediterranean lion has again been reopened, this ment declares that every Ha Han will time the bone of contention being i be iuiiiiudlateiy driven out of Tripoli. Tripoli, and tho contenders Turkey Worships Going jand Italy. Italy seems very desirous! Rome. Sept. IB reported that !of securing Tripoli from Turkey, while 'tho T.uiUs resent Italian interference. JThe Turkish charge at Paris states Jofficially that there can be no trans- laction whereby Italy can purchase Tri- ipoli and U it conies to fighting for supremacy fo rthc ..coveted. AfricUu lerritory, Turkey will resist Uesper- lately. Great precautions are being taken. IThe Turkish forces in Tripoli are esti- mated at but Italy is prepar- ing to send her whole fleet and fin ex- pedition of men to the scene. The Italian government lias nlso de- cided io muster the whole Italian res- erve of 112.000 men in CEISC of emer- gency. Before taking any drastic measres. an Italian squadron consisting of the battleships and Homa, the armored cruisers PJSH, Anialifa, Guis- oppe. Garibaldi, Vares and Francesco Perruccio and two flotillas of des- troyers aud torpedo boats left Syra- cuse tonight for Tripoli. The war- ships carried no troops and It ie un- derstood will confine their action for tho present to watching the coasts Tlioy will interfere only in the event j of an outbreak on the part of Tur- key. No official confirmation of tins can be obtained. There is strictest censorship on the newspapers here which are threatened with dire pen- alties (f they publish anyhing con- cerning tbe naval and iniltary mano- POLICE COURT THE LETTER BOX Kor stealing n pair of overalls from u C.lMi. car, Leonard Mallette, an employee of the company here, is poorer by fifteen dollars, and out D. job as well- In a moment of weak-i ness AhiHcttc liL'hiud himself io a pair of overalls firum a Inmdle in the L'ar. j thinking probably to save himself u dollar or so, but his act was dJs- AB30T THt BANH Editor Herald: Ueplyiug to the communication in today's News regarding tbe Citizens Band signed by "City Bandsman" I that in the constHution i adopted for Ibo government tlie BUSINESS UNREST FOLLOWHLEaiON In Taft Finds His Presidential Hopes Receding. Washington, c., Sept. cording to political advices litre there seems to be every olmnco of a turtfT wus -bo'tween Canada mid the United States following "Canada's as American politicians consider the defeat ol iwciprocity. Should any at- tempt be made 'by the Canadian gov- ernment (o wise the tariff on steel, as haa been stated, the U. S. gov- ernment may retaliate by raising its tariff on goods from Canada. The of reciprocity by -the Canadian people means u severe blow to Pre- sident Taft. He was elected on u tarifl' revision platform. Heoiprocity his one great in eH surf! in this direction. Now since this bas been turned down, the Democrats and In- its with a few affected old line Republicans are turning toward La- lette, and Taft's chances of re- oloc'tion are decreusiug. Cluis. A. Glover, one of the leading financiers of the country, states that there Is serious business unrest all over the States, and forward -to a period of 'business depression until after tiic next presidential election. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA SHOCK To Germany's Hope that Canada Would Quit Empire. London, Sept. Sunday anil' lie Magistrate Ball in police ccKii'l. 'this Ictfj Ruilty mixation nice or' the reciprocity treaty was signed it eed j interpreted by Gor'many as not The main requirements will be Suf- llle of Groat policy of protecting us pf ti rcla- piirt of the empire, but as the beginning ficient ability so that -any player sel-1IIIS: !l ected will he an acquisition to the or- to the charge ganization .In the reorganization of his scheme if intimato commercial tions between the constituent of Canada's 'deflection from the Moth ler Country and her absorption Into without preliminary, and his mein iband, merit will be the basis npon showed iihiiiify1 enough that he was which selections will be made, any sorry hc had "not'resisted the l.lpyer rindlns himself unable to fill, mm Tin- magistrate lined him lii-if-e 1 have but. one thing .0; d iiewusa u m, do anil that is to get down to bust- ness and with practice and study I srtiii.ving to under .Mr. Cline's able direction will i GCTraa" The results o the be able to fill his position with Lo himself -.ind prove a strong factor 00 in producing the results we so much tation ten., !ind cosls. or thirty ,lays In j'.UI. So llalli'tlu .paid the fine, and is now lookuiR lor a job- An Irishman.'by the name o! Long Rot .slightly carried away with much Rurke's special on Saturday j desire, night, and made himself obnoxious j js my special desire that all nius- ahout the vicinity of the station..His jici-jns bury the past, differences in offence was of an nature! Hie circles and join hands so the court soaked him a tenner, with Mr. Cline who is a recognized with i was now. Hv-I captain at his business and whose in- w a eomUrv, and would !aim is ro Lethbridge with a have io qoverh'lmnself according. iPeerosa band ;hat wil De the greatest b musical organization in onr great pro- J. Phillips was another visitor he'[ vjnce Yours truly, BUSY THRESHING AT NEW DAYTON New Dayton. Sept. Threshing operations are now in full swing in New Dayton district. C. L. Atkins lias an outfit at Wells and Ander- son's farm and will move from there to the sick farm, after which he goes to the Miami, tlrere to thresh sev- eral sections. P. Atkins is pulling his machine south of Terril's Lake, and expects quits a lot of work ia that district. 0. H. Jlorelalld has a job at t.he Iowa farm. Forslau Bros, have threshed two sections at. the Miami farm and are now working southeast of The JJobnistcdt Farming Co. has its own working at Well-a Biding, and Miller Blotter are operating in their own district. Three gaso- line tractors aro operating in the country tributary to Now Dayton. inre His 1 f-onor this morning. Me ap- peared as Hie result of a hurry-up call from the station, wiicrc he had i been creating a nuisance by indulging iu a whirl-iv ind of prof a n i ty in the presence (if ladies. Me was made tR. E. Skelth and Keaseler Bros., j cnil indies. Everyone who. has the 'of town, and A. Kesseler, south S'vound prepared is sowing and- on Poorer by eight dollars, with a wani- Jof town. AVIth good weather t Ms j nearly every farm some plowing i-.i week the whofoj district will be etean-1 done in anticipation of weather fK 'ed up. j EO Plant yet thh fall. Tbe ladies are all working bard to Among the Dayton visitors to Rav- C. .1. lickstroin. President Lethbriclge Citizen's Band fl'-'rinan was struck hy a New York Central unsine at Ni- Mil-own in for good measure. Sahara Falls, and his body was car- John Muff, a rL-Ritlar, who failed IS miles before it was (Hscovnr- make '.be sale of work on Oct. 12th mo nil fair were Mr. and Jlrs. S. J. n big success. A good programme is Mariin, Thomas AU-Kay, Koden being arranged and 'booths for tii-e my and .Miss Kesseler. sale of fancy work, candy i-efresh- Hod'jn Mni'ray and .Miss KesselT meats will be erected in the church. were visitors to Hsymond on Sunday. Mrs. M. F. MacPherson was a visit- A. 0. Slomlcr of Troy, Ohio, pre-.ii- or to Now Dayton last week. Since dent of tile .Miami Co., pear on Saturday, came up j nnd look his medicine like a ilitih- man, after three witnesses had i been called lo prove to him that he heen just plain, ordinary drunk to it and it is now admKted it was a little hastily forme'd. that An- xiety-is expected lest this last devel- opment shall lead to revival to Great Britain tariff revision." CITY AND DISTRICT .John Foresman look out a permit this moruinc for a residence on Tivelilh St.. B., N1. J. Tuff has re-opened his store re- cently called the Union Grocery on ilth street south. Th-a new business wiil be called the Premium Grocery. Tbe Hudson's Bay Store Is open for business on Wednesday after- noon's thismonth. The weekly half holiday during -inly and August was enjoyed hy the staff. b good fir Qfmrinr and Bw-ud they it h nouraha thei fade bofc. nd mtkm them heiUiy and (bong. reea, is nMoinwij ftft. .ra u by Ike J Ike UflM IW Cow. Yon Vm CacwT GERMANY AND FRANCE AT PEACE Settlement of Morocco and Congo Troubles About Complete Paris, Sept. While the Gcrniun agreement on MoroeM can- KOt be dclinittily regarded u M complished fact; until it Ja known-how Here Von Kiddcrlin Waochtec. tbe (icrinan minister ol foreign receives the newly revised Ptcnch text, no doubt is entertained that the first part of the negotiations will ba ended by standing without complete under- further pour par- lours or an exchange of notes. second part of the negotiations which concerns the Congo will' wnf-' menced verv shortly. Dutinc progress of the negotiations, Fraaioa I and (liermany will take all neoMtary stpps to secure the adhesion of tiie powers in the new situatiott to Mor- occo resulting Eronr the agreamcnt. This iask is not likely to present special difficulties except in the case of Spain. The coolness which txisU" between France and Spain the Morocco sitimtion complicates the situation, but: Prcnch opinion declines to admit that the two in tin sis tors will remain 'embroiled, and believes ihat Hie good sense of Spain will soon lead her to realize ber will be servt-d best by faetliUttiig the mission of Prance fa Moroooo. New. Sugar took anotfcer Jump in York' on Saturday'. Willie Wilson, x New newsboy, was killed by C. R. train. Rntlpr KofTeniian inforiniition against an assault and haL- leaving here (Mrs. MacPherson has Iwen visiting at ber home at Morris ,Man and te now on her way to Cranbrook. .Mr. Pberson is conducting nn undertaking .business. While in New Dayton Mrs. was the guest of Mrs. Thomas ;McKay. C. T. Jlahood bas just finisher! the work of replacing the gla-ss of his a business visitor to New Dayton. Messrs. Duncan have returned for a short time from the country, The politicians are now figuring where anti-reciprocity came the New Dayton polling rrom plac'a. Owing to -ihe fact that, some of tho ____ ...____D _...... filovo have been removed from windows, brolten by tlw h.iil storm the chnrc.li so thai the stove could of six weijks ago. The panes nrc not he heated for Sunday morning, thy service, through Ihe kindness of Mr, and Mrs, Whrisel, was held in ihe New Dayton hotel. It. is expect- ed (hat thv) furnace will be in place for next Sunday, largo and it has been difficult to get glass. Tho Ladles' 1Ad Society nreet at the homvi of -Mrs. 0. C. McDonald on Thursday afternoon of thin week nt 3.30 o'clock. A full attendance is quester! as further plau-3 for the en- tertainment to >be held on Oct. 12th will b'o discussed. The first meeting In October will he on tho 16th. at the homo of Mrs. A. J. Mnynard. Humor has it that wedding bells arc soon'to ne heard at New Dayton. Mrs. K. P. Atkins is staying with Mrs. C- -T. Mabood during Mr. ?-Ia- hood's absence at Terrll's Lake, j whcro he is helping Mr. Atkins on j Dressing, will positively create a new his threshing outfit. growth of hair. Mr. and Oeo. BHaoo are man- j If you want lo have a beautiful aeing Uio AVMtselfarm since .Mr. and head of hair, free from Dandruff, use Mr, Whitsel and family moved to SALV1A once a day and watch the The .Vibcria Co. has a I'i'cpai'aiion (hat will gnnv hairabiiiulnntly This is an ace of new discoveries. To crow hnlr after it has fallen out today is n reality. SALVIA the great Hair Tonic and town. Mr. Tnlt took a bushel of pink po- tatoes and Alberta Ited wheat of tlnV year's "threshing on the Morftlnnri farm to the 'Raymond fnlr and liotli samples captured second pri7.es. The was scooped olT barn floor without any care in chining, and tint for this would Imvo taken first, results. 9ALVIA Is giiarniitGetl to Btop fai- ling and restore the hair to Us natural color. The greatest Hair Vigor known, SAI.VIA ia compounded hy expert chemists. Watch ywir hutr If It is falling out. you don't yon will sooner or Int- er be bald. SAIA'IA baldness by _. A urCVPillH UUiilIIUnti fij Mr TnifB "Fnirte" won first from aLj jinir to (he roots. field of four in the sentleman 5 will find just the din dreeing they are looking for. U Much of Ihis year's sowing of makes the hair nofl and fluffy and if fall whviU In Urn district is up nol sticky. A large bottle, tcry which t-hrown out Hit? uiatfi.straii! account of lack of evidence. MAN KILLED IN EXPLOSION IN POWDER MILL AT.BELOIT Montreal. Sent. is .dead anil two others in a critical con- dition JIK a result of an explosion in one of tho powder mills at Beloir. yes- j William St. Georce. Casimer Williamy and Maurice Mennrd Vere i brought to the nnd (Jikfiii to tiic General hospital whflro the first named died it few hours lat- er after reaching (he cHy. Two oth- er men, Alphonse and Arson WRTP also hron.sht. to hospital but while their injuries were painful, they were not Eoripn-s. ROYAL BANK BUYS OUT ANOTHER London, Sept. 25. The Royal Bank of Canada has 'bought out the Col- onial Bank, a British institution op- erating !n the AVesl ffn-dies. The Koya.1 Bank has several branches t.her-3 also. STOLYFIN'S ASSASSIN PAYS DEATH PENALTY Ktev, Russia, Sept. Demi try Bogroff, assassin of Premier Stolypin, who .was condemned to death by court martini, was hinged today. Before his execution the young man nsked that he might rabbi, but refused this conflolatfon whan Inform- ed th.it tb-e interview must be In the praiencc of SUCCESSFUL SELLING Successful selling, in a: greatly on the quality of the 2'oods. Goods well bought, nre, hnl'f sold, is a business maxim. First and foremost, the quality must be, then the price; then the atten- tion and sur.romi clings must be proper. We claim to have-the best of these, and a.wait at-tlie Mncclonald corner store. Saturday's selling demonst.rated that our Ladies' C.oats.a'nd Suits arc in a class by themselves, and it will, pay you to see our specials Heinembcr these are absolutely new goods. Our Ladies' Hosiery is a record breaker, the Wear-B.etter kind, nt___.......3 pairs for Knit Jerseys........... Dressing Jnckete, 'Eiderdown Bargains in Dress Remnants in cashmere and woollens. Bargains in Underwear. Bargains in Gloves and Mitts. It will pay yon to sec on r Bargain Tables, Murdonald Block.