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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vrhlay, September THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Piigc STYLE, COMFORT AND BEAUTY pi HAIUCTERISTIC of reflneinent, embodying every V_x point of artistic merit, our sliocs for women tmil niei) urc known to the people of this community ;is the very quintessence of perfectly made, comfort-giving footwear. Coming lo us, as they do, fi'om the most reputable makers, whose' c.ire In the selection of materials, am! insistence upon just right methods oT making, is well known. We can, without hesitancy, recommend uvcry pnir to he exactly as represented. THE NEW SEASON'S SMARTEST STYLES ARE HERE FOR YOUR CHOOSING. HUFNERThe Shbeman PHONE 1512 Letting Him Have His Fling- Commercial Paralysis Would Attend Provisional Government sell and set others doin-; Of LJaokhurst, broke the law her- if Carsor. uiafee attacks un institutions ot th? Ignited Kinsdom liiry cosut un- to prosecute them now would couveit Sli Edward Carsou into a martyr. IflLB HIS SI OF IS little cbev.ue Montreal. Que.. Sepl. Alderman Garceau told his story at Ibis morn- j 'Jhui he iijd refund ciltL'r trea icg's hearing o! Hie laud tenuity. e ,lvas. i tots, he declined. Jkte PEACE REIGNS AGAIN 'bans uuii. Sr-.pt. only libor ASderciau Gsrteau. U will I'e re- IM who was offered ten thousand dollars by one of tlie lutwestui pro- t prifltorV (o cease lils opposition to ihe j tro-Me trailed Kis'.-Joui for t'-.e einroorfatloa of Sfierbrooke street !s uai.spori workers' from AyVMu street (o tlie easlc-rn lira- slrlke ln nublln. acd ibis Is its. Alderman Carci'iiU. so ihe io bp ou a 003 proprietor, had refused to take the (promise basis. l.'t.r.iii.n, Sept. 2t. The Hrilisb ry received an unpxpcct- iroin ti.c estate nf ti-t Nicholas liradv, of Al- N. V., v.ko died in Lotion ic v.hnve pKir-orty in tl'e Cn- his waited lor duties to SI, 059.- le paid oier lo David Lloyd Masratb, Alia., Hopt. can no longer be denied that Magrath. is the 1 puling sheep centre In Southern Al- berta; and the large number of breeders redding here Is ijeJni s lnc-reaied, the lateil tttUtioa being. J. F. CJojan, ot the splendid Gogau firm, souUi ot Ma- grath. Mr. hU fallh. in the. snfrtp Induitry in Boutiera A1-. herta la retr concrete vay, ha hav- ing recaatly out tioiuiuid head In Montana, which he, fi now- ifr. is lerreHtud- cr rancher of ramiy yean' lioth. in Cardston ana the lie haa tearntd the business in the bard Kloo] tipert- enco, and his investment In a. fine indication'of lultabilUy ol this country for eheep- Thsre no but what his flock will ray him well, as It his been repeatedly demonstrated titt Bheep IB one of most profitable' branches o! luro in tbfs.country- H Is also rumored Ihit J.-B. nlrie nnd O. A. 'Woolloy, two prosperous will go into sheep raising ei- tensivcly. The former has alvaye some sheep, but It la under- stood thatf these two gentlemen vvlll Bhortly a heavy Importation. Jioth Mr. Rlric'and Mr. are tilg land 'owners, and they could pas- ture large Very ci5ny. Tho funeral sen'lce over the mains o! Mr. deceased, was held ycaterdiiy. Bishop Harker bftkla-Jne. A larse niimbor of iyra- l-ithiilng frlenda were presenl, and the lloral tributes Troro nurqero'js and leatitlful, literally covering tho cof- fin. The speakers wero Patriarch Hlnmtn, of CardBton; Elder O. F. Ur. penbacb, of llaymond; Elder U. P. of and Iho bishop. All spoka words of comfort to the be. itaved family, pointing out the eternal Sale AT A BARGAIN Billiard and Pool Tables SILENT' SALESMEN CIOAR COUNTERS WALL CASE, CASH RE01S-" TER AND SAFE Second hand, aM In good con- dition. Can be seen for a ftw djyt at AVailace's Cigar i Store Of Joj- aiid bapplncis pro- mised to the dead "who die in tie ani' dwelling oa the fact that :ho' meats of this life were the various of our illfgloncc to a Christ, who euHepcii tiie untold oJ to save. a {Allen world. muito Is of special oilcB. The Ladles' Choral Society, conducted br MrE. Joseph Alston, ven- number of selections with ex- the tolcc-s Wending -In tender harmony. The Wooltey gave an excellent ren- or the ,'Laok .Out Be- yoad." Next Sunday it Rally Day ut the Presbyterian churci. Mrs. Heathbr- Bhaw and a live committee have ter- reled the good members of tbe con- gregation out from erery nook and corner of the dlEtrlot and a. large number of upccla', bills, on which is artistically, printed one of genuine gel-to- gether been out to members and friends of the congre? gallon, so ttat every reason to believe it will be a grand succesa. The pastor is doing tils part also, and hyinna be chosen not so much for their artistic flnlah as for that "word which stlrp'tie contained In the songs.lhat-have found tli'eiv way n. the hcBvts of the masKes. through, he yiurt that have passed. H Is lo be >oped the inviting liltle church on iie corner of First North nno' Pe'contl streets will bo-crowded nest Sunday. IMIast, Pfpi. 25.-The L'lsfer pro- visional government, which Wednesday had a ttusy day ycsttrday. The central authority tcld a. priv- ate meeting in I'lster hall ever whu-h Loitiocdctry in tbo absence o( Sir IMward Carson, pttsidcd. Sir ICdward is ill. Belfast for Ihe mom- ent is prompt and generous in sub- scription lo.the fund for supuortir.g the deurndent relatives ol voliintteis may be wosuidtJ or killed in fighting. Sl.SOO.OOO has al- ready been subscribed, Carson's sub- scription ol beins duplicated by the Marquis ot Londonderry, Duke Aberoom, Cautain Craij, Sir l.onsdale, 51.1'., two unnaih'td bene- factors, while workmen ol Clari i 'Co., shiuhuilders, have given 000 LetwrHi tlicjn. One man, who 15 very wealthy, the treas- urer inviting the official 1o call on him "for any sum necessary.1' One of the most striking features of the Ulster movement and the one to which Unionists point as a .con- vincing proof that tlic thing is not a blufi is tbc composition pro- visional government's finance and business committee. Members ol this body represent huge commercial in.- IdusUial enterprises and control capi-j 1 tal amounting lo .several millions] j pounds sterling. All the members o! the committee] ire men. On tbc whole, the Nationalists and Liberals see in this very iact act a sign of strength, but weakness. They point out that all memhers of the new "government" arc men wlio were disappointed at not being elected to office. .They say there is not a single, representative on the committee except those vs-ho own and control land and machinery' and are in politics ar.d An- other point made is tbc question oi. how the provisional or any. other re- volutionary administration is going to. tuke over .the government of Ul- ster's nine counties, where tlie sta- tistics show that, the parties are nearly balanced, and that outside of Belfast city there, arc an immense number J'rotestant home rulers.'-. GIVES THEM FULL, SWl.KCr The Uritish government1 fats no sign of interfering with the move- ment. H is represented! that--their supporters in Ulster approve of this attitude'and say -it is neither advis- able, nor to proc'eed in nny manner against thci followers pi Carsnn. It Is aEied how the provisiovial govc'rrirnent is "going to with those.' Ulster constituents which' favor home' rule." Other pertinent questions arc: To whom are they, going j-to pay revenue? To Sir Edward; Car- son's officials WfiD Ulstf r 'inen go- ing to say they would pay '.their .tax- es to King Cnrson, not DORIS WHITE .ON TBIAL ON MURDER CHARGE Saskatoon, Sask., Sepl. White appeared! before" Judeo" Now. at the criminal Ofaizca this morning to tlie charge of mur- dering her husband Pete on tho n.ight of Juno She pleaded ribt guilty. Tho largwt part of tho aearlng today .was.taken tip wlUi tho of evidence lor the' Crown. The bpdywas-fou'nd IP. a'atabln In the rear of residence, at Gpvan. Tho prosecution seeks lo provo that White.was murdered with a hatchel. "The defence'cip.ims thai he rlltd iTOtn the hicks of a horse in tiio.alable after hp had fallen under 119 test In a sick spoil. Whtn through old age Ibe bodily fu net ions become Na-Dru-Co give gontlc, timely and aid, without discomfort or distress. at your II they did they would George was go- ing to have his The most sejcious difficulty would he Ihe post oflice. The provi- sional government vvoald ;ate possession of the post office, hutt .here would be no post. trade of the province vstand still. Tiwre.. Kould bo no ihaiiliing, nothing. (Mining in aljd nolhlng' ROin'g out. The solution of question, would lie in the business interests. They would have only to Ifee'p- cool, ind.the difficulty would end with'the cessation of business, although there might be. trouble. The government is not going to prosecute Cnrson. With all 'his'blus- ter and fanaticism he has kept with- the law, which is different, from MISS ETHEL SftTTERLEE A Granddaughter of (h! laie 1; Pler- pont Morgan who will Inherit a vast fortune. This young girl Is courteous now to a photographer. Once iKfi stuck her 2l a pl-.ptograph er and the print resulting 'appeared (n all over- tha continent; THEY'RE HERE in many well chosen and exclusive styles, in L. Sys- tem and Society tailored American Clothing, also Fit-Reform, the originators of men's high class Tailored Garments in Canada. sure that yohr Suil AiUnity is here, and right now is (lie best of all (imcs lo jiiu-k it out. If you have never been here for your Clotlies come mid sec whut you've hecn missing. Prices down to and up to Handsome Fall -Overcoats Jfew models aiid that are classy ami.out of the Prices up New Fall Furnishings or "UNDERWEAR Stanfields'Hed Label..............., Sfanficld's Blue Label Slnnfiolds Bln.ck Label......... Heavy Bibbed Wool Underwear, special Fleece-Lined Underwear, 50C Heavy ribbed wool Combinations in iDtanfield's and other makes, per suit anrt J2.50 Combinations in Watson'Sj Dr. Jaeger's arid Wolsey makes. I'ntes jier suit Fall and Winter Caps With Pur and Knit Bands. .Prices to Gloves and Mitts All the best makes. Prices to Fall Hats Come see flic Season's correct blacks in Mallory and Christy makes. .Prices tp Tailoring Tf you'll place your Fall Tailoring order in our hands, you'll.make no mistake and when yon try on your clothes you will congratulate yourself on liav- done, Tailored Suits up The Home of the Geo. A. Slater Shoe and Carhartt Ove'raiis Sweater Coats We are showing the best styles of the best makers Prices to THE 2 M9S McKelvie McGuire ;