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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'rldii.r. Sypfoinlwr 20, 1011. THE DAILY HERALD 1 STOP JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE i i WHEN YOU TALK ABOUT _ Style, Fit and Appearance in Suits and Overcoats, its a well known fact among the young fellows that you can't beat FIT REFORM and the L SYS- TEM Clothing of Chicago and New York. There's distinction, class, differ- ence and originality in these garments. Come in and find out with your own eyes how these famous garments add to your appearance WAR Expected at Any Time- Italy to Take Immed- iate Action Chiafto. Switzerland, Sept.. renorifld that Admiral Aub.rey hflu instructed when occupation is decided upon to demand the. imme- diate surrender of Tripoli.'and if this is refused or give the population six hours within which 10 escape, at Hie expiration of which time he shall hombard the place un- til a landing fa possible. Act Immediately Home, Sept. minister of is believed to have sent wide- less orders lo live Italian fleet of Tri- poli lo act immediately. This action followed a meeting of the cabinet, at II o'clock at which it was decided t. proceed with measures previously termincd upon. Italy will .provide fo the safety of Italians and all other foi eigners in Tripoli and Cyrene, UK ing to this end all means at her dls posal. The blockade of the entir :oast of Tripoli ami Cyrene will be .inderlaken Immediately and notifies, tion of thin act will be sent to all neu .ral London, Sept. that Italj las occupied Tripoli is expected here at any minute. The foreign office pre senUd u scene of great, activity this ,ifiernoon as the result of Turco-ltalian Foreign Secretary Sir Richard Trey returned from the country where tie has been visiting; and had long sep- with the Italian bassndor, .Marquis Di Prancavilla, ami ihe Turkish ambassador, Tewfik Pa- sha. Later the Austrp-Hmigariau am Imssador, Count Nenidorff Porilly oil reriehstein, called on the secretary. FALL SUITS PRICES: and FALL OVERCOATS Any style, in heavy tweed Ul- sters, blue and black beaver cloths prices to YJ.C.A. NOTES On account of the social anri en- Icrtainmcnt to-be'given this evening by Ihe young :nieri' of the "V" in the Association building, there will IIP, no, meeting of the Senior. Leaders Corp.) tomorrow evening- As inli- malrl yesterday the Leaders will meet for tea, lectures nnd practice, each Wednesday at As there, will be hut one meeting of the Corns each week ii is necessary in I order to maintain ,o[ Ihe Corj'j, thai .ali members he, pres- ent :tt these Wednesday- evening func- tion i. forkiipen Attention! A Ilieelill" will held in llio Labor Hall 0 It SATURDAY EVENNIG it 8.30 fo discuss (lie uppronchinjf 'bye- Kleolion Mild ihe ad- visability of a La- bor Candida to con- llio seat. Ad- inillimee by union card 01- by voucher. MEN'S FUR LINED OVERCOATS Prices........................ 100.00 FUR COATS; Raccoon Coats, Good value at Our Special COAT SWEATERS'all styles, prices............. to MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR prices 50c. to COMBINATION UNDERWEAR, prices from to THE GEO. ABATER WICTUS" SHOES r >v'PRICES S4.5O TO The Leading Clothiers THANKSGIVING DAY, MQN. OCT. 30 Sept. Wilfrid Laur- er. shortly after, the noon hour -suni: uoned the press correspondents to iis office. It was expected that, the iremier would announce the date of Ills retirement from office but he announc- -vith a characteristic.smile that the government still having-something to be thankful for liarl fixed Thanksgiving Day for Monday, Oc.tober IJOili. Sir Wilfrid intimated that his next, announcement to the. public .would be i the date of the retirement of the gov-j eminent from office. This will be ear-! ly next week, probably on Tuesday. PRES. WHITE OF MINERS COMING' fl SPECW. MEETING: iii' the TRADES LABOR COUNCIL will lie held on Sunday Afternoon ill, two o'clock. Important Business A full iitfcudiincc of (Iclciinle.s is re- quested. B.MITTEX, Seerclnry. BLANCHE DAVID IN ANOTHER TRANCE Ferine, H. C., Sept. much- j talked i.l meeting of Hie executive' committee of district IS, held at !Unc' leorl durinj; tln: lias not result-1 cil in anything apparently, so far iis j llic Mrikt: is concerned. See- i clary Carlcr returned lo lown norning, but, reports no news hear- ing upon tin; labor dispute. .1. While. President, of Hie I'.JI.W. of A, will visit, dislricl next week. Inn he i.hject of his visil is not known. Mr. White is from llld List winter aj: siilenl over Thomas Lewis, after a contest, lending the ev- liresHleiil nearly votes. Jlontreal. Sept. David, the yonng gii'l who caused so Clinch inystei-y liv her long Irance like has awakened >vom her five- ilay and IP i-epoj-ted by-the-at- tenilan-t phvuclan lo be in a very condition. I.F.ROW1AND INVENTS ENGINE WITH NO NOISE S Charles Y. Knight, of I: Chicago, Creates New T- Industry 5 This i is R succrtfs story. Success thai IK'an Am'niciin after his uwn.cqiinlry hiid discouraged him dial hf, sought recognition ahroad. ll is also slory of Ihe revolution of '.he juitoinohile engirie. Tim nun is Charles V. Knight, of hicaco. n anlomohiles were, sea H IT i'liiill a molnt 'ailicallj (itTerenl from those, in use. Knphieers ridiciilcrt Kjai, inaiiiirii'e.tni- e'rs ryinir lo make their cars run, anri I icserl time tu consider ef- siienee, Itigli, power, and smoolh piioralionj would .listen to de- tpile liis oiler to prove- Ihalr ctiYii ns- his engine could run. Discouraged, Inn refusing to accept defeat; Knight liled for Kngland at Hie, in- vilaiion ol Hie rlnslish IMimler Uimi- In 19D7 England anil Kurope i driven lo the Itrookl.inds (rack foi a liile coiistniclion since Ihr use of 'led ii, niilomuliilr irjimfjiluie, ,ind j finHl lest and foi four days and pnciiniiilic lires. relinc the machines were [nights they ivere driven, covei ing .ido I The Knight vah miles a anri never missed a shot.- .noise of the meeli; tin- llaimlei i.utori Knight M i'hp tontliision I hi engines were m noiKuless eug his engine llaimlei cngineeis l.iken apiul nnd examined e.vperts, itiiriileri, anil foi mole than a .indllieil renoi t "Xn pcrc.eplil.lc tested it. .Months of gruelling i wear niilieriihlr on any fit lull- 's convineeil Iheni it was what'slirlace, the cvlinder.s and valies were "ml the In !'Ills', niter eomlnning tin lick I poirils ol their own engine, cle.in, .mil the porl ed IM. burning m wear.'1 ope slots or ports ope dlticicnce helwcen the Knighl lnislii.n c-l irniuiiij i mm it-iiir neiHien i lie iMilgni niislli.n t nniiinineed ihe adoption of Ihe ilewlanrt ofher engines is in the use of inlet and inolof. In Ihe oldpsl in sliding i.tlw's in place of the move up nmhri 1 Knight's genius.was ram anil spring-operated "i''1''1- jThls was Knighr's iinenlion. It is ie Tin; put into cars KIII! the gtcatcsl, devulupmcnl, in aiitomo- is i engine inerras elimin.it.-'d sni'ed del1 walls. penile the coni- Hie They ide valves Hie gases titles in- of ai once, with ii I ___________________ MARKETS Winnipeg. Sept. opened US l-l. cloaml OS..VS; Dec: openerl !I6. clos-l nil Aia.v 100 7-S. closcil I 101 N'ov. ojHMied .17, ?S; j Oats, ;OoL opened 4SV. closed -12 1-2; i ope.ned.39. ]-2.' clqstil 3B l-l; May i opened J2. cloaoil Flajj sfid, Oct. 220: American, Markets Toll s-s; closed oncnctl MIS.3-1. closed opened 113 7.S, closed 112 3-4. opened 95. closed 95 1-4: Dec. opened US 9S fl-S; Mny opened 101 5-S. closed.104 1-2.. Cash No. .Voi-. !I9 11.4; .1-4: 3 H; ii 1-2; 7H ,1-2; feed 71; Oilts 2 C. -12: 3 IJ> larley .'i, 74: I. 62; rejected flax No. 1 X.W. 220. JH VKH AX SHI I'PUP, OF (UtAhY For (he in diro'vcrs' diraiii Co.. Of Sec him lip ('ore you sell Ip others iiiitl you will SMVC money mi cd ii liny slum's in this 'puny. OFFICES AT MARSHALL McNEIU'S HARDWARE STORE, WARNEFt, ALTA, ;