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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrltige Daily Herald, Wednesday, September 28i 1910 Nothing or Milk Chocolate Sticks, Medallions, Croquettes, Cream Bars etc. "Have you tried Maple Buds? THE COWAN CO- TOUONTOi. We are making a specialty of our Cafe Department during the fall and: winter We-Excel iii Rochon Bros. ALBERT HEAD :OF' FISHERIES INDUSTRY, prince Sept. 'Fish- eries Commission "returned to the city iast'iilgiit from a "trip to Red, Deer, Shoal- Sturgeon Lake, and -leit. 'ixwiax_fpr .Batueford and 'Edmon- At the of the isessipn this mom ftjg- -Chairman. Prince said the rtzce was most important -visited ifay the- commis- sion, and undoubtedly Prince Albert most "be the-thead try oi the MANY WANT TO BE-HEARD-. -ON-TARIFF MATTERS D. .Sept. tariff -board Is swamped with requests lor '.hearings from manufacturers and others who might he affected by a re- vision of any such scliedule's of .the .present, law. In the last few days, the requests nave grown to isuch, volume, "that if tne board were to grant thenj ail now, it could toe busy -a year withqut'touch- ing the tariff. Hncaer Sept. lias -just. reached here that -a fearful ac: cident occurred at Pish'burn. this .morn- ing. Bessie 31 ay Thomas, youngest daughter of C. B. was riding school with her sister, when her horse stumibied and her; foot caught in the stirrup.- The unfortunate young girl was dragged for, half a mile, be- lore sue got loose, and ance was. dead. The deceased "was fourteen and of a bright lovable disposition. Her untimely death and the manner, of it a" shadow over the community. GETTING READY-TO, MOVE THIS Winnipeg, -Sept. order ;to make final, arrangements for'..the mov- ing of the crop manager Chamberlain, -K-eiiiher, general superintendent Brew- er and chief 'engineer of Dis- trict F. left yest-erday over, the -C. N. K. for' Superior Jet. Another matter to .receive attention-is--the-installing of telegraph operators along the line to connect Fort. William ..with Wmni- offices. A 'brutal was .commit'ted on Mrs. Bullock, a' living three miles waj; choked into insensibility- and left f of dead 'by an J unknown 'man, who escaped. Grows Hair Abundantly This is an age'.of .new discoveries. To grow hair after it" nas''falien, out today is a SALVIA, the Hair JTpnic. and Dressing, will positively, create a new growth of hair: v, If you want to "have a hoad of hair, free from-Dandruffi." VlA once a day. and Jesuits. SALVIA is guaranteed "to, stop fall- ing hair, and restore the. .hair "to its natural color. The; greatest lharr .vigor known. Sold by the Alberta "Drug Boole CO. SCHOOL GIRL DEATH CARMAN'S STRIKE? OHC.N.R.ISOVER Winnipeg, Man., Sept. a-iian. Northern Railway carmen's strike was declared off today; as a re- sult of. a meeting held by tiie men-who -return on the .lines' laid :down -the conciliation board; '-.-_. "it has 'been an all" summer, fight arid while the' men lost- considerable time and. .wages, there'is' little" doubt tnat they more thati. fully recouped themselves 'by working trad- es with .building contractors during the 'busiest .portion, of the also...claims no money their repair handled satisfactorily., Despite tie prolonged 'strike there little; 'hit- teriiess, proba'bly because.'-of, other .WOTK, plenty for all -classes of trades- men. The company' -will take -back' did not distinguish themselTj- es.hy overacts of ONLY CHRISTIANS JN Jlansas City, Mo.. Kev. Charles JVL Sheldon, work on. the dramatization. his Jtlis .Only Christians -are to the parts.- The three' public utilities 'of Port William showed three months ending 'June lost water anfl .'.telepndn- ExcVuslye control for Lethbridge'for famous tailored garments. Tbe'Lidies' Store and OBC Price _ The Right, Thini, at Ae Right finie> ,at: the Right Price Sole'selling Agents far the t famous "La, Diva" Corsets. We have searched the markets for these Beautiful New Wear Things A" truly-distinctive assemblage of handsomely tailored and Skirts now featured here. A long1 and among the products.of the leading-.manu- facturers of thia country has resulted In, our gathering together a coliection of exclusive representing all of the most modes of the season. Models indicate correctly The new channels into which -Fashion's fancy has taken trend. effects characterized by-truly" master- ful workmanship appear in" remarkable diversity, demonstrating anew leadership in ready-to-wear apparel. Prices have not bfeen the primary consideration, but rather elegance of style and excellence of even the most careful buyer will find values splendidly SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE TAILOKED SUITS Most attractive and correct in 'styles, thoroughly tailored- and' perfect- fitting, "by far the best money's "worth- this store ever offered; made of abso- lutely-pure wool materials such as Cheviots and Diagonal colors, navy, brown, green, grey and wisteria; semi-fitting coats, new-style'pleated skirts, neatly trimmed in various ways-and exceptionally durable in shane-" keeping abilities; BEAUTIFUL NEW COATS Late arrivals just'to hand this week, repre- senting without a doubt the most handsome, that are. to-be worn this season, and-while" we consider "our and garments won- derful values at the prices, these are a combina- tion of both style and value heretofore unequalled. Made of handsome imported tweeds, diagonal worsteds, Golf and Kersey cloths, in styles-that ascertain to" impress and satisfy you. SEPARATE SKIRTS OF GKEY WORSTED, TO Garments which you have no doubt had "difficulty ,in buying, but we have them tn splendid assortments and in both" regular and extra large women's sizes. Made of handsome grey pure-wool worsteds in heavy diagonals or 'fine twills: materials are just the proper weight for. fall and winter and most serviceable.in everv wajr. Styles are various new. pleated effecrs, splendidly tailored and perfect fitting. We make alterations free of charge and guarantee the fit and Exclusive Showings of Neckwear am! Belts. Veilings .ami Motor Scarfs, Purses and Leather Goods. The'little fixings so important :o a ladies' costume are found at this store in variety. All as chic and snappy as hands.can over with There's .not a new thing in belts, a catchy weave in veilings, a smart model in hand-. tags or a charming conception in neckwear which isn't shown in this solendid stock. EVERt ONE SEEMS TOBETAKiNS" "FRUIT-HIVES" Demani Always Increasing Because Cures '''Tfhe-.xeal value of any article may be judged by the demand for it. Steadily increasing sales are the surest indication of intrinsic merit This applies' to, a medicine as ivell as to a breakfast food. Mist' introduced to> the public is fame of ''Fruit-a-tives" quickly spreadUtmtil to-day these fruit juice known and used in every section of the Dominion. only reason for this extraordinary demand is Fruit-a-tives" is the' medicine- in the world made of 'fruit, and is'the only remedy that will pbeitiycly cure Bilious- iiess; Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Backache, 'Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism; "Bladder Troubles. One has .only ,to 'read the testimonials Frait-a-tives''. by some of the .bist.tnown-and most highly esteemed people of Canada, to appreciate the wonderful ,amount of godd that this grand fruit medicine has done "and is r'3oing- for the sick and suffering. Tjbc. abox; 6 for trial box, 250.. At sent, postpaid, on receipt of price by Fruit-a-trves limited, Ottiwa. WILL NOTEATEARE Starving Hiuiself Can Cook AUTOED THROUGH THE CROW'S NEST the, Herald.) uoieman, Sept. Ureen iu -his.-Chambers auv accompanied "iby M. W. Sup- and R. E. Beat- tie, all'of CranbrooJc, reached Coiem'aji.tJliis'" the, roads'being in good TUis'Is. Uxe. first oar'Jto'. cross the divide. "TJie scenery from -to'., the AFoerta rx is magnificent. NEfYOEGENlltE-: OF1NMEST (Continued from front he "would decline, the. ination'-fdr as he could. :not abandon the people of al- ter so short; a nor abandon men he had ap- pointed, .are -working so hard Tor Democrats; in Quandry, Rochester, fme'a who State Con- vention that opens here tomorrow, had "a to-day-' The suifdea Maror- Gaynor's name irom. "the. -list caadi- the You Can Goal OF without ivithotaroue: The coal grate slips of a Sask-Alta Steel Range --with- ease .and the wood slides in as The McClary patented- Duplex grates have, short strong teeth that critsh-clinkers. They cannot You dump 'the ashes "in one end of the fire-box if half the' fire because 'the twm grates: -operate -independently of each other, -the v are usedtfbr burning- wood 'temporarily. Qht.3 Sept. When' the attention of .-officials of the. de- partment of -Justice wis called to -despatch from Vancouver stating 'that a.Hiridpo named Jinan1 Bhinn, sentene- ten7 years imprisonment, was to -d-eath Because 'could ear- food cooked in '-the -pen uentlary" kitchen., a was 'made that no official., report 'had 'beea-- re- that, while pri- son rules" had to be observed, as u a 'general .'the warden. 'was always -left a .certain, amount of discretion, in cases" of .had" religious ,scru- pies" ,of 'ordinary iare. The -similar ordf- was Doukhobors imprisoned a few .years ago.: were a .Vegetable diet. in this th_e problem-, -would be left -sense of ..th.eC war- den .and if- choose to .allo-w the .Hindoo the privilege cooking -his own .food, no objection, -will be taken nerel. RAILROADS WANT TO RATES Sept The arguments 'of. the TV estern railroads for permis- sion.' to increase the' freight rate ,tar- rirts' are expected IG -end today when the Burlington closes its case -before interstate Commerce -Kflgar B. Clark. When .the testimony oftike.BurlmgtoiLoffi-cers'is ended' sev- eral small roads -are ex-peeted -to in- troduce charts and" taWes which occupy less than a An' adjourn- ment then probably will' be taken to give the shippers time'-.to.' study the ngures 'before 'besimiing tihe (cross examination, ANOTHER CANDIDATE FOR DEPORTATION Charles Ward, or. Smith as he is most anxious to bave the police believe is his name, was arrested yesterday afternoon on a vagrancy charge by Sergt. Silliker. .He from a loathsome disease and admits he only came into Canada recently from, the; States. He was charged before Police Magistrate Ball this .morning and Demanded for -eight days. An ef- fort wil! be made to have him de-- ported. Ward appears "to dread that move, and declared 'to the court this morning: that he paid his-own way and that if he was suffering from a loth- some disease be had caught it in Can-- ada. candidate irom the Held that remained, rwith np man proniinec.tly above 'his "We Tsith any cl-ean of the.Kew .York with, we should have-cleaned ,that" the BspuSlican'piety 'woaid.nave had- to ol -business.n Some- of the. admit ted: in tfceir'. pectations: 7 ot.- .getlsng a candidate with spectacular aitribntes-' -of Graynorl' Congressmen- Suit-- Thomas H. Osborne'and James H. Havemeyer.. .-are- the only active the'ground. There is discus- siort of the availability of Edward JVT. -Credit to .Roosevelt plat- constructed.'by progressive- mem ber's.of the parties was adopted unani inously .in-.tjie-HepuiJlican 'State. Cpn- Under the nei? prim- the oiily work Jess'coal-anci'less work; gladly siiOTr be the yourra3ge money. vention -todays .ary'-'.lavr .which' the' conTention had: to do.. The asimibistratioii'Oi' President Taft.was Endorsed to the extent of _ ation- of' the" AchievS- of 'Last Congress under ths leadership of. President Taft in carry- tagvout in such a .large measure; the policies -inaugurated by Theodore London, Wlosfipefc St. Joha; _s HIOH PRAISE FOB FIELDING: Is One of the the Empire, Sajs Tariff Nevada Endorses Taft City, >VO Sept. sident an-d the] Measures" passed by the..last were endorsed to- by. the Republican State Conven- tion exception ot the Aldjich'- Tariff which was not men- tioned. 'The convention also endorsed United 'States Senator Bixon for re- In 'Massachusetts Sept. In the congressional primaries today Con- gressman John -A. Kelliner was de- feated In "the -ninth district by Wil- liam- P.- Murray. Tn the tenth dis- trict' Congressman Andrew J-.- Peters was .re-no miua ted. Gen. "William H.; Cakes was nomin- ated-.Bjr the Republicans in the ninth district" and former Alderman, Wil- liam Dudley Cotton defeated Police Commissiotief, "Stephen O'Meara, for the Republican, nomination in the eleventh" district. Expensive Election Franklin, Sept Peter M, Speers, who has succeeded Joseph G-. Sibley as Eeptiblican nominee lor Congress No. 28 district, has filed; a statement announcing that it cqst's' him fifty.. thousand dollars to- obtain the nomination, upwards of Sihley spent GEO. TAYLOR'S t'or choice fresh Gut Gar nations. Lily of the Valley. And all other JTlowers in sea- son. Funeral" Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of all kinds for sale and to rent. Free delivery to all parts of the city. GEO. TAYLOR FLOKIST Corner Bartlett -and London Road; Phone B7r> p. 0. Box 13S3. "London, Sept. A. Hewins, secretary of'the 'tarilf states that' it.." is ths.' trade commissioa's jceport zteat deal ,to-Hon. or the.great.men pi- the empire'v-anfl-typ- ically English'in the .way.'he tbe-tariff added teem. The p'Slicy ana principles up- on which'the ffiutG ..-Dr.'J. W. is- in-the Mrs. H-eleii '-3ffurph at' her -hpine, irom will :.Howell. .Bartlctt' street, and 'Miss'-. lay- weekJs visit- Sir.JkHarris A Douknobor special, 5? ,19 cars, four of them baggage, 'the remainder colonist through, where a large iaad'.has. been colonized by .t-heni-.' Tie following races to" those sivea be arranged .as..'-enunciated DV Fielding and his confreres are the'at-'1 cepted policy ot the Unionist party. MASKETS-'' I tire school sports .programr'lOX dash. for. boy -seven or eight1" :40 "yards daslt for boys years oW. 40 Yards" or six years'old. Relay-race inicrmcdiate meeting- of -.the, men will be heM.-at.8 council chamber this, evening cuss with trie city'council Sept opened 9S of the'proposed ..removal closed 98; IsovV closed. .K: passenger divisional 9S; Dec. opened 96.3-4, closed 97 j Lpthbridge, and, its fitt ino'. I agreement entered into th-e May opened 102-; Winnipeg Markets closed No; 1 -Nor. "981-2; S'Nor.-.So" 1-4; 3 Nor. 92; 2 White "oats -Plak Winnipeg- Live-Stock .Sept. at the local stock yards quoted i043 cat- tle, 51 bulls, hogs and 16 sheep. f The market'-was dull and weaker as among the cattle "in the pens TVUS a very undue proportfon of young and undersized ahd these could only..fee "classed as second rate butch- ers aucl soid from to Good feeders are still' in and one j bunch of very choice ones brought j bat. the Ontaria. buyers stated- freely that i.bese prices' v.-oald have id cqme dov.-n, as prices in'Toronto bad- dropped and Ontario farmers could not profitably feed the class of ani- mals offered if they bought at high figures paid freight. ness men are "requested to attend- ,In the district court .af- ternoon the only case .heard, of the South A'lberta Thomas Barker and' Williain .Barker, for material supplied.' given in default 'against Thomas 'Bair-1' who is in the iWilliam it was dismissed pn--the: ground that-' plaintiffs .did- out a case in proving that a Eifcrtner- ship existed between the ers. Ives and Ball for plaintiffs" and E. C. Mackenzie for William DEPORTATION PAPERS WERE -WOT. MADE -OLPT- Sam Nolan, the at Gri Barnes circus who-was to a term of imprisoiiraeiit earlier'inV ihe .summer for ivas released from the barracks.' 'day. He was one of the meii" whose Though there were a number -of Qn- buyers on the market, there was Sept, police i nothing of the brisk competition that such 'deportation to the he had recently conie, wa confirm the report of the discovery of marked the elosin the .jewels -which were stolen from j the Countess of Antrim at the Royal Alexandra here "and that a Pinkenon detective is on the way to the coast! to take- them .back to the owner. They j details at present' .or to say where, when or how the re- covery was made. There is no inti- mation of further .arrests in the case. days of last week. by the city police -with "the. im'migra-', tion authorities. 'No papers lor his7de- portation, have .ever made out. HALL WJL.L NOT ACT London, Sept. will .not take' a leading in the defence of Crippen as was announced yesterday. HIS TRAIN '.Saskatoon, Sask., Sept h'all, assizes' of the Supreme Court, opened and adjourned. Chief. Justice Mobre; naming "Ciisaed his train and failed to reach here in time. HON: W. S.' FIELDIWG HAS 'FACIAL: PARALYSIS W: S.- Fielding arrived in this-city {od2.v frctu Nova scotia for- the-purpose of consulting iJr.-Laflour proiessioiially. Tt is un- derstood-'that minister -a slighr attack-of--facial paralysis. ;