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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pi. 1.0.11, THE LKTHBKIDGB DAILY IS ART TAILORING CO. Sixth Street Opp. Bank of Montreal HARVESTING DERATIONS Resumed After Weeks of Grain to Cut'Yet iVfter several days of very bad liar- Jtst weather which eaimvid a cessa- tion of harvest ojmraliouB all over south, conditions have once more changed, and Southern Alberta IB experiencing the finest weather of Ihe year. 'This is ilie fall weather with which old residents of tills dis- trict at 3 '-'0 familiar, and It to tUMr opinon tliai I lien? are six or more I weeks of it In store yet. this season. Harvesting operations are once more in full swing all over the country. With four weeks nioiv such weather us 'this, the whole crop will be hur- vf-sted, and mcMi ot the thiesuing j will be done. i v coming in from various j 'parts of the distriei indicate that the damage from fros1-: hits been cousid- although whai the exact ex- tent of the loss will would be possible to determine, m tlm Card- ston district, where 'lie hCvM of the They keep the whole system in the pink of condition. Their singular curative pro- perties discovered by an Indian Introducedtoclvllizatlon neirly a century ago com- pounded since 1857 In the Coinstoek Laboratories at Brockville, Ontario. HAVE SOLD OUT Be Sagacious TABER YARDS PROMPTITUDE Rogers Cunningham Co.! Sell to Lumber Co. j Tii'our, Sept. was con-' ''iimumlcd lust wock Hie yjii-dB or the Rogorg-Cimulughani Uini-; her Co. al Tat-.-r bavi> ,biu.Mi taken, over by tli-o Farmers Lumber Com-', jiiuiy. Tho new company 'have ready tukuii possession of -the yards. A. p. Veale, who ha-i -been mating-' Ing hero for he people for some lime, will stllj IT-j main in charge.or the yards. Tho! Farmers Liimhor head-' miarturj in Loth bridge, and have sev- eral yards at points in Southern Al- berta. It is understood thai. UK- Ho- gees-Cunningham Company wlU'gliort- 25c. a box everywhere. ;Jy dispose of more of their lumber i interests In thy West. Dr. Morse's Indian, Root Pills have a remarkable record for consistently curing constipa- tion, biliousnessandindigestion, purifying the blood, banishing headaches and clearing the skin. London tl Liverpool Nqw is the time to make reser- vation, for Pall and Christmas sail- ings: Unexcelled accommodation for Third Class Passengers. Closed rooms. Large, new, twin-screw steamers. Special railroad fares in connection with ocean tickets to Europe. Ctinai'd 'Lino Canadian Service. ITALY'S ARMY OFF TO TRIPOLI 'Cludsslno. Switzerland, Sept. K ing Victor Kmanucl lias esprt'sscil dcsirn lo review the troops before lcavc for Tripoli, huL no definite rfcqi.sion has been reached. The slricl- military :ind police measure's MAX BLOOM IN "THE TELEPHONE GIRL" Max Bloom, who by this timers KO well known to -the audiences' of Western Canada, will be more -than wclroined by the large coterie -of j lils admirers, when li'a returns to thin tiic: S'B "AiiBonin.'' Nov. jg.'' (lom lff between the i ,iiG Majestic Theatre, in ihe big New CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New S.S. December 2nd. For fni-ther information apply to any Steamship or Railway Agent. II. E. Lidniiin, General Canadian West 445'MAIN are demonstrating omipatio'u of Tripoli anc I 'favof of ilu HIP -Socialists who art- to- jgctht'L' in all extremist points. An OITicious Agent (Constantinople, Sept. now nppoars ii" was HIP agent a steiiin- .sliiii company Jiiiii not the'Italian t'onsul, who ordered 'the Konmnnin. ami otin't' Halinn vcKsels buck lo Italy. It i.s understood that if Italy ocnipy Tripoli, the Tnr- io :i-isi] phui I the si-spi'M j :nf all. will include sponsion ni diplomatic rela- llk- closing and sequestration government properly, ISELKinK ANtf SOURfS" WENV. .CONSERVATIVE Sept.; election nummary or (he provinces us sent out Friday.- still appears HH- t chiingcd. In Manitoba, Provenclver and b.'iunliin are 'Liberal s-eats. A. Jl. V'ainpl'jll." UberaJ caiididnte in jfiourls, unnounced this morning tHa'f the Olto- Schal'fner's'feleciion in the district ntati Ivinpii'c and the proclamation of was conceded. SHsUt doubt a-.; to Sel-' kirk still though it pro- liable liiat Georg-a Bradbury, Conser- vative, is -sleeted. The Conservatives carried only Prince Albert In SaBltatchewan, and Calgary .111 Columbia is solid 1 seven merabeiy el- ectyd. i linycoii. ncjj'l and sltipping. Kalian goods, (iu- P.M.G. TO CARRY MAIL IN AIRSHIP FARMERS' BANK MEET I Masseaji Boulevard, L. I., Sept. 25. is stated again., the ,lmud of death fell the Farmers'. Bank simrchokters j'lpnn i hi- aviator. On this occasion jnaet poon to decide whether: it will j the (ragic scene was enacted at the lie to apply to tL-j new gov-jlnternational Aviation meet, where ernmcmt for'the commission- on on-i .J. Clark, an amateur of New York itiid London inimical success, "The Telephone (Jirl." "The Telephony (Jirl" is one of the greatest, innsical coined ev-sr pro- duwd either In London or Xew York, antl -the role is said to suit Max bloom better than any role he ever attempted to portray. -Ma has surrounded him with an excellent caste, as usual. Among them is. Alice. Sher, the versa-. tile little daiitsr, who has shown -so well in "The Sunny Side of Broad- hero HO recently. Johnny Gil- m ore, of the same company, will act 'ihe same role in this nlay. James K. Coglaml and Jack Leslie played Irishmen in "The Sunny Sid they are also prominent in the, cast, and needless to say both will help share lire honors with7 the star. Besides Uie ..above .there il H number of new faces in the caste, including Myrtle Bliss, Sidney, .1 nauita Quarraz and others. The chorus of t-elephoue operators will he even more attractive timh the former productions of Mr. quiry which WHS refufied by xh-a late Liberal government. DAUGHTER WASCURED By Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Baltimore, send you here- .....j nicluro of my (H'twn year old -------------daughter Alice, who r o sI o red to by Lydia "IS. j I'iukham's Vogeta- hie Compound. She Yorlc, who was to.try for his license tomorrow, fell 200 feet in his Queen Bleiiot monoplane, sustain ing such injuries that he died tonight. Dr. (ilarkt! had not intended to fly today. This however, after Scmcok ilhe Russian aviator hail flown to iiUiiir.ofa and Dr. Clarke's I ih_; wheels were smashed by a I had landing. The doctor was so concerned over- the 'accident tlial- ;if- ter re-pairs had jiren made hft look Ihe flyer up !o test; it. Ife had flown only iiflO yards when lie seemed to Io.se control ami-was dashed lo (ho turf. Tomorrow Postmaster General Hitchcock is to. fly with Graham White lo Miiii-ola, carrying several sack's of V. S. mail. AT STARLAND Tiie program at this cosy photo- play bouse was shown to capacity audiences yesterday, and conceded by all io 'be tho aeme of excellence in photo-play production. "His Wife's Insurance" is the hit of the bill and in all probability 1-3 best comedy ever shown at Starland. From the uiinuL'3 it appeared on the screen un- til the closing scenes everybody laughed until their sides were sore. "Shifiy'-.i Ciaini" is a western picture showing genuine western "Th'3 Call of tile a drama of- com- mendable praise, came in for a big share of the applause. Tonight will be your last opportunity to see these big features. On October 11 th and 1-Ui ihe famous cowboy and Indian frontier celebration pictures will be j tihutvii. management has also j liooked (.lie following attraction's: crop was io be found, cut. ting was delayed -aarly in the cultinj season on account or UK; continued rain. But after jtart of the cutting had been done the recent snow storm had the effect of lodging the crop, and it will now be vary bard to eut, al- though th'3 fanners state that they able'to get most of the grain. However, the wor.il damage has been from the frost, which in many places has touched the grain just -en ough to cause a lowering of the grade. So far lii'a wheat coining to the ele- vators has been lower iu grade than hi previous of It grading b-ffttcr than Xo. 'The oats and flax seem to have come through the period of bad1 wea- ther much better than the wheat, and theBe crops are among the best farnrer will have thfca season. Oats have net been affected by the frost to any extent, and th'a quality for feeding purposes is as good as ever. Already some seeding has been done. The for winter wheat is much later -Mian last year, and from all reports the winter wheat area will be smaller than last year. One of the reasons for this condition is that the lateness in getting this y-aar's crop harvested has kept live; farmers from getting their ground in shape for reeding. However, there will be a large area' seeded yet thw fall, ami as the soil is well filled wKli' moisture, it ri'thought that late seeding will IK: the best method to follow this fall.' old boys today obtained revolver; went to a field and held up Annie iGroncinan, lo ycairs old. The boys took a Quantity of silver and several packages of groceries from their vic- tim. CAPT. BERNIER'S CREW BACK SAFE Quebec. Sept. Bcrnier moored his steamer Arctic at Boqil- ands wharf and .gave a short report of his trip io the press. He left Que- bec with a crew of 30 on .July 7th, and brought all back well. He went within twenty-five miles of 'the Banks and at, thy entrance of the North Passage, which Ira might made but would not risk his ship and -those on board, as the ice was ihs worst lie had seen. The ship iook days to make one hund- red and fifty miles, a larfe'a amount of floe Jce being collected with the new. On the way up Captain Bcr- nier made four caches in order to iiavo provisions on hi-J return. These a'i Point Inland, Erbus Bay, Uealy Isle and Winter Harbor. He had intended to winl-ar at. Admiralty Inlet but this was so blocked with ice that. 1-3 could not get in and he wintered it Arctic Bay, which he reached on the 18th of September, 1010. After MOVING PICTURES GAVE BOYS THE IDEA Elgin, III., Sept. by a hold-up sccn-e in a moving pichm: show they bad visited, two ten-year- YOUNG GATES TO BE MARRIED "liouieo and "Courtier of Ly-! they received mnlls from Canada on "White, Slam Traffic'" films, and the great Reliance production emitted POPULAR MINE OFFICIAL PRESENTED .WITH GOLD CHAIN At tho home of A. Dancofenc in ...____.......... township, near tho Ghiiioolc was pale, last Sunday yvcnlug, Cieorge ('y under her rullen, master sinker ahd pit boss, was pres-antod with a solid gold watch chain and soal, wiitably inacribnd. Mr. Cullen's sncceusor. John Bmaliiig, In a neal in which he referred to thfl merits and tibility of '.Mr. Cul- len, made the presentation. Refer- BRfGADIER BURDETT DENIES THE STO.RY Medicine Hal, Sept. Mnrde-it denies llio statement'that ho been appointed cbief Immigration olJicer of the Salvation Army for oycs, ueak and irri- table. Two different doctors treated her ami culled it'Green Sickness, but she grow worse all the ime. RPink- lifim'a Vofteiiihle Compound was rec- ommendeuVaiid after taking three bot- tles she has regained her health, thanks to your modicum, I can reconiiuenU it for all femftlo A. COHKIUS, 1103 Rutland Street, Balti- more, Mci. Hundreds of such letters from moth- encti was also made to the good feel- ing which existed between .Mr. Cul- l-on and his workman. Mr. Gullen re- plied suitably, after which the re- mainder of the evening way spent in song and good fellowship. Miu. Dau- [i provided a sumptuous lunch for all preseni, LAURIER SAVED THE-DUKE FROM EMCARASSMENT London, Leeds (iirbwhoaru troubled witli painful cury cominunlfiig upon tho Canadian or irregiihir jicrjodti, lut'cknclict, hnail- wlcctions, says that it IR fortunate Hchei (IraBginjf-dowh ucnsulioiiH, ftilnt- that the Uuko of Conuanght was or iiidlgesHon, should lake of dealing i ID media tcAiut ion and ne restored toi.ftn health by I.ydia ,E. Pinkl.am's ir beun simivtl throtigh i-BHlored to health by its nse.J .Itho eouragu and honesty of Umrinr In tn.RlfnR wKhout ers expressing'their gratitude for what Lydia. E. Pinfcham's Areeetable Com- pound haa accomplished for them havo '.been receivefl'by the. L'ydia K.Piukhara- Medicine Lynn, Mans, Youn? Girls, This Ailvicn. lor ad i Lhc confideiiee yf hit; ei-jntrymen. August 10th, at DafTin Bay. the party heard no-thing from civilization til! I hoy reached Father Point last Kriday. The Arctic left its winter quarters for hwne July 1, HIM, and had difficulty even then in fighting 'its way out. Xo iiuw land dis- covered (ir laktJii possession of, but miles of coast was surveyed dur- ing the winter from Cape Katcr to Uikes Fury and Heela. BANQUET TO JOHN HERRON Pincher l.'icck, Kepi.. Tin- din- ing bill ol the Arlington holel here j is hi'iiis! gaity decked with slicamnrsj nnd other decorations (his nvcning. j The Consvmitivcs are giving a ban- j qiicv toAl -lohii Uorron, px-M.P. j for Macleod constituency. Aside from jolitics uiir former fpdpral rcprcKcnt- ilivr has a circle of slaunch on ijofh liidrs of (he fence, I who in they view him j, a pntiiician, canuoi iiclp mil ail-1 nirc hiir. as man. T. S. left this morniiii; for his Macahlcrtn farm, where hr I ujll in'tfin on a MiiiiiL-aiJoiis, Sept. Charles dales, soli of JoJiii CJates, who (died rpccnll) In faris, arid Miss Flor- ence Hopwuod, daughter of and Mrs. Kninli T. Ilopwood, of will he married Wednesday in at the home of Miss Hopwoott'3 uncle, Robert F. Hop-j wood. Miss Hopwood, Iier parents and f. small party ol friends tonight j arc en rouli- to'Union town'.. Thii luiiiounciimunt- Unit the. wedr I ding will lalfc place in IJniontown, came as ;i surprise'heic, as JL had j been annormc'eil that Miss F-lopwood was to lie married at htii' IiohiL- here. Arningcments for the