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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD Thursday, Sc 2S, TEN SALE August we fcad a very successful safe of Summer Goods, and following thfcwe t will commence a Ten Days' Sale on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th Of Fall and Winter Goods. These goods will be placed on bargain tables in the centre of the store Hi ay Blankel.s. ii duplicate order and regular .S3.00 kbit! for kind for ___. .'..___....... .Ijil.-IO 10 per renl. off on nil ladies' new Coats ajicl Suits. A beautiful line of Silks, worth 9Qe for .......................o'w Ee-inember this is a eliauee of a lifeiinie to buy seasonable ii'oods at about; A THIKD OFF. Fifty Men's Overcoats, to be CUT' PmVX OXK-T.Hl member this line and the. values are excellent, SPECIAL 50 ends of Dress Goods in .lengths from 2 yards to 5 at HALFPKICE. MEXICO Ladies' Ties, worth T5c. 85e and SI.00', for' .....'........'..Ilk- worth 25c and 40e. 6 yds. for ....................25c Hooks Eyes, 6 cards'Tor Bone Hair Pins, eai-ds ...'.....'...........5c- Corsets at HhH Prit'e, Mardonrild Bloc! Extraordinary Conflicts of Ambitions and 'M isMio imaginative drchiucr or sangunmry spirit wlio says thai Mexico's diyina. leading up fu denouement of national elec- tion before the middle of next month, ifull di action, plots, counterplots, and climaxes, but a siii'eession of I icalin, patient, observant investigat-1 i urs of strange mass uf I i ;iud lieu iiderine; ambitions, purposes, .and expectations tlmi'arc-iloating on- j (he surface of The revolu- j.l-uinary campaign'which vndeil with 'the. I'orfirio had a j corollary of sporadic bloodshed and [there are rumors.-of ass- nssiimf ion which seems to warrant the belief nation is .-passing, throii.ixh a dangerous crisis. j (I OHO rul I'lance-sco 1. .Madi'ro, SOME GAY GIRLS In that Music.l Farce, "The Telephone it the Majestic Theatre, Saturday September 30. srrssive ticket, lists openjy charged_ (Gem-riiI Kevi'.s, it not her eah- didale for the presidency. the country for fomenting riisau'oction dcro, if elected, would adhere, to the had' thrice declined .'tho honor uttered to Hie vice-nresidojiey nnd Of the during llini says ho must not be consul- administration of Henilo candidate. confusing it-ions which will before (he people at the com- leader. of the. ami now .a PromiilgKlrd a liheral platform candidate lor the presidency of the, I capture as many supporters I0r aj0] separation! is repuliljc on (he constitutional, pro- as possible, 'of cimreli, anil stale was accoiu'plisheil mc'llu'> of co'nllieting ambiti TIis Catholic_parlv had held a e-oii- and icliguuis tjuestions were .subor- vention and had endorsed the candi- j (limited to political ones, ilacy of Madero with IV In Uarra as I The liberal radical party, meeting ing nlecttons. reily strikes and plots aiid.tlie e'uoice for vice-president. The par- j in la Bairn for. mucing leaders to j this action, although it had the pre his own interests. General weir advised beforehand that Ma- party f bought up i Imjfe nttmbei as other British" i 1 nand id H are prep ti eft to Follow suit with con promote Ueves denies and defies -Madero u> prodtico anv uv'idencc jn support'U his The lack on. Reyes foyj a; mob in Alexico City n fortnight ago, suggests uie violence of the opposition Of the Ma-j deris'tas towards him. Revolutionists Still Armed task- Of rJe'hi Uarra, the i in Hresidem. .who ;has held the bal-j mce of poivcr between the conflict! ng parlies since the revolution Vl wiil rcnrain nit ,Lhe head of affairs un- til ait eft ions, has been des- jerato in the extreme. Many of the -evolutionists are still armed- and umber it the loci! ucnts in of litlpU flh onh tht i ov. ot uithonti 1 IILLC ample people 1mvi ot adapted themselves to the larger Jibei ies tint c irne in the Ot tin it ion hrougl: the upheavals Madeco has remained a staunch supporter of n ;esidoiiey and the revolutionist [oliowed stiit. The president By' the innd of tills mouth the horsa 'bus will.have.practically disappeared from streets. finies hi the vicinity or Kerguelen'Is iterpr; i ocean Khalint, The first which met- wltb immediate -success, tiie South Shotlan'ds, Southeast made in 1903' by-a Sandefjord jAfrica_ tiie weal COiUt of South firm on the' advice of Captain Carl A. .Larsen; who was in command of the Antartic at the .time, of Otto Korden- south polar, expedition, and reported .that the sea literaUy jwarmed .with whales. Prom 1904 to end of. last .Tune BO fewer than fifty companies, repre1 COALDALE Among the Illinois visitors here are Win ..McDowell and McDowell of Delavan, at the liome of H. S; spn, and Mr. and Aha. Burnetr of I Euda at the honve of H. A. Suggitf Stimulated to emulation., a firm on Mrs. E. E. Cokcly, the .new preai- the" Tyne is to despatch aii of the. Aid, .is hostess America, is allotted to specially fated vessels. Borne for whafe.catching, antl others for storing and.carrying the oil to European ports consisting of ttiree factory ...-_....... r ship and an oil carrier at'the end" of Kentlhg an aggregate capital of nearly this'month for operation near Kergue- .iwo millions sterling, have been and the South'SKetlands. to proaecute the iiidusiry, and, ac- Two Of these vessels are to he pro cording to available informa- tion 'most of them have large di- .vidends, 30 anil. ijier cent :v A good deal'of Norwegian success is Bdmittedly due to the Jact that .they polled by Diesel oil engines, tiie first ships of the kind 10 eciuipped, and all will be fitted with wireless tel- egraph apparatus, so as to. .be. in con- stant communication with each other. Much, it is'said, depends upon this ex- todai (Wednesday.) >lrs. J. Pillsbury or Jfonday teas. Mrs. S. Showers 'underwent a silt cessfii] operation for appendicitis1 on Sunday. AVm: .Andrews, Ship farmer, while drivins a Godeno'h from his Thn Dismissal of Minister Gomez The dismissal QfoGrpiriez stirred up a rumptis that ended with the wiping out oi "ibnner party aligiiitiLMits 'in thft' cainpaigh !airH with'-tlm bringing -.schism art 'of giving' a conciliation hu's mend. The irsiilla'nt claftli of factional in- terests 'together 'with the inevitable of recfjfjslrueLion; -has put the" statesmanship and diplomacy of 'resident fa Harra was run over and filled. to a ftariul 1 (PSl.1 Kven with'-'lhc faithful'counsel it'll trom nis waaon IT i L i i t- i i to. an evaporator, and 01 hl: to peace aniir qn'iet f; Gofitumes are worn by Ladies Who AH Custom Made. Let us show you styles and sampl les Sixth Street Opp. Bank of Montreal isurmountablc, iil-both 'men have ;a sturdy lith dial 'all' l! 'he i In order -to understand'-'-the Gomea 'siltiation; it is- necessary remem- ber was-.-nominat- ed -tfv: -presidency -in. the spring was selected. -.-as .running! mate with the vicR-presJidency in pros- pect. Dr. Cloiricz is minister nf lie iiistiuution in -rthe De, la Barra! cabinet and an able man-of-conserva- tive tendencies. iA'l. that tinie: Reyes had Reyes pledged himself tor support the Ma- dcrofprograinmc hoth-in and out ..of the immediate .campaign. It was -ex- that General Reyes, in case ]of Madcro'-s nlcclion. would he ap- poinied. iiiinistqr of war. He is ,1 military genius and .pievious to the i revolution had n strong following -in the Mexican His selection for a canine! posUipn, thought, would al once, insure {if j an able mat; and Ije ;i means to end of'coucilinling.opposing factions, j Troubles came thick and'fast and! following declaration of General candidacy for the office of pro- sidenlr cnirfn the Vtustino: of. Gomez1 from Ihe iV'ftarra. ftc h'ad liceoi-ie in J-he..president's sido his lenien'oy m Ihe reVohiHoni.sU still un- arms -.A new parly formed of which Or. this was followed hv the organJ7.ii1.ioti of _V in tl'.o las( week Jose Pino "hail hceii fgtcc'd ig Ilic at roiisinjj; convi-rHio Avsi'jisi DIRECT FROM GERMANY A BIG SHIPMENT HERE TODAY Ladies' and Misses' Cloth Coats BIG STOCK FINE QUALITIES EXCEPTIONAL VALUES Beaver Ladies' Scotch Tweed Coats Ladies' Broad- Si COO cloth Coats Udies' Cheviot coats Misses' Scotch coats Misses' Fine Beaver coats Misses' Storm Serge coats Girls' Cheviot coats Girls' Beaver coats Girls'Plush coats Girls' Bear Cloth coats Girls' Blanket coats Very complete stock of Underwear, for all Ages SWEATER COATS All 'sixes'ami siyles.for'Cbiidren and Grown-Ups A DRESS GOODS, Right now our slock of Dress Trimmings IS AT ITS BBST-.parlicut- arly for street and ewning gowns. We want you to see them St. ;