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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .1 /, August 11,1913 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 7 URKE & CO THE LADIES' STORE c, Pli�ne453 Acadia Block THE NEW GOODS ARE PILING IN New Dress Goods-Velvets and Silks, New Linens and Damasks, New Flannels and Flannelettes, New Hosiery and Gloves, New Corsets and Underwear, New Neckwear and Veilings, New Suits and Coats Splendid selections of fresh new Fall Goods in tlie various lines mentioned are now on display, awaiting your judgment and approval. Stocks, of course, are not complete, nor comprehensive, hut styles shown are correct indication of fashion's favorites for tlie coming season and.are well Avortli your early inspe...^'r:':�"':'>?'-^'"-.)K.,'-�;:'�'''' � Miss -qre^swell, of Seatorth, Ont., Is a gueSt J'li the home of^ Judge and " Mrs. a[ic*|(bh. Fourth Avenue." Mrs.?EJundy,'Whb,''re'oently suffered a. sever fali^Tiaff recovered and was able' to take'l^er acc'uatbrii'ed place In St. Auguatlii's choir yesterday. W ' Mr,/ J. Foslier, 'formerly connected with' the News, left for Great Fails this iho.rningi ,', ' ,.�  � * ') * Mrs, J. H. Rivers .is entertaining at in '.'hour' 'tea in connection with the Wepley Ladles' Aid at Henderson Park: 1)4vUlon from . four to six on Wednesday. -. Gilbert Murrel-Wrlght, who iri 111 .�with tyghoid fever, Is progressing favorably ' � though stlil Tequirlng very careful nursing. � * * Senator and- Mrs. Prince, of Battle-ford, Sasfc.,:,annoiirioeth�^g8geDient of their second daughter, Yvonne> to Joseph M.. Plgott,/of Hamilton. The -wedding will take place early In the iall. .:v ..'. . ' .I The engagement. Is announced of ::|li8ii 'Beatrice West^^ood, formerly of Coleraaii', to Mr. Mayall, a iaoyal Navy" Reserve offloer. The wedding will take place in Vancouver this month, and the honeymoon'will be spent in England.;  : . ' � - ^ ; OkotokB ReVifewt; Mrs. .Ta�. Aii-d and . daughter R^ta, of Lethbridge, are in the district visiting Mrs. Droppo, of .bkotokSi and oth�r friends, in Miliar- The engagement is announced of Sophia Clack (Honey,) eldest daughter of the late Dr. Douglas MoG. de Cou, of Montreal and of Mrs. d6 Cou, Strathroy, Ont., to Mr. Montaigue R. Complin, of Bawlf, Alta., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Complin, London, Ont. The, marriage is to take place at Stratihroy on September 3,-Montreal Star.' Mr. Complin was nt one time on tbe local staff of the Bank of Commerce. Mayor Hardie and Aid. Skeith (Continued from front page). CLUBS AND SOCIETIES A vestry meeting will beiield In St. Mary's Parish; hall,--ati 8 o'clock tomorrow evening.    ,i The Ladies' Aid of tbe First Baptist Church will meet on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Moody, 122 Blgiiteenth Street ISTorth. A full attendance Is urged on account,of very important business, ' * * * The weekly prayer meetings of the First Baptist church will be held on iWediiesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams, 1212 Sixth'Avenue South. . The tpembers.of the Mathesis' club who. Intend entering, the department of history and current events (Bayvlew course) are asked to meet With-Mrs. I. Hooper, 502 Fourteenth street south, tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock. SETSCRiDW Nashvillfe, Tenn., Aug. 9.-The Calgary d|elegatfon''J6 .the; InijwrntitJonar Tj^^egCaplcal' G9Sfc|s^.t^n'? ^ti^H in Nishv^iM this ihbfBing. Calgary's chtihces of wiiiniijg the 1914 convention, of thebig organisation, look good. ThB Calgary literature >hd, the, but-, faio teeth c"harms are iriaiciftg- a .hit, and the piper' simply creates a riot whene.ver,;:lie puts in his >ppoara,nce. 'l''en thousand people oro;^ded-. about the depot in Chicago ito 'listen vO the skirling of'his pii>es, and were tremendously enthus^iastic about his playing. Finally.the police asked him to cease playing on account of the crowd blocking the way of the trains. I-Ic i6 the popular idol in Nashville. A vine. - With. several dars and the engine derailed, a,\"ditched" freight on the AlcicrsVil^'branch of the C.P.R. held up traffic on'that line for several hours 6n-Saturday night. Tho�north-bound train from Lethbridge Ic^t at 6 o'clock, as.usual, but was forced to halt at Kipp on account of the wreck. j,A,t),.ninc o'clock the .train.was backetj int6 Lethbridge to enable passenger's to get theii;.^ supper, and at Inidnightcdnother start was 'made; hut the lino was still blocked and.the passeiiger did not get through until Sunday morning. No' one.VaSl injured in the wreck, but cars- 4n,tl freight were badly damaged. - ' 'Joseph J. Hvmter, a prominent Liberal worker of Brant county, is dead OalasvlJle. - the laws of the State wouM not allow them to take up foreign bonds, A couple of United States bond houses said they would not consider buying the bonds unless they were made to bear 6 per cent. The American Bank Note Co, said they were ready to print the bond issue as soon as the order was received. The Wood-Gundy Cc. wrote the council today that they had paid oter the money for �13,800 bought by them some time ago. The amount r There will be twenty-five aAitomoblles in lihe.for Grassy Lake at the Chinook Club at 8.45 on Wednesday morning. Every business man should tty a,wd com& and bitoSt for Lpth-Uridge in the different town* visited. If you have not aeouT-ed a seat, call up Fred W. Down�t\ and he 'will reserve one for ifou., Remeukber the day, Wednesday iiext �t 8.4?, Grnasy Lake d& propairing a bife reception. ^ � New Fall Goods Now Arrivmg--Ladie8', Misses'andChil-dren's Knitted Wool Coats and Blazers for Vacation and Early Fall Wear Never were this store's superior purchasini? powers more forcibly demonstrated than in these unmatchable values and up-to-date styles we have ust received in Ladies', Misses* and Children's knitted Wool Coats for vacation and early fall wear The splendid qualities of pure wool yarn used in their manufacture, the graceful lines on which they arc cut, the beautiful rich shadings and charming color combinations, the excellence of the workmanship and finish, all combined with their Extremely reasonable pricing, will undoubtedly create a new era in Knitted Coat popularity. Limited space tor-bids but a mere mention of the many exceptional values awaiting your critical inspection and acceptance. Read these few hints and make your Wec-tions early while varieties are compiete. For Ladies and Children Sweater Coats, with or without high collar; all plain colors and color combinations. The best values we have ever shown, up as high as C*l nf\ >7.00 and down to........^J^iUv Sweaters that button on shoulder and Sweater Coats with or. without high collar. Plain grey, cardinal, navy and white, also all wanted color combinations; each 65 cants to .......... Ladies' Blazers A decidedly becoming novelty coat, comes in Norfolk style with belt and the new roll collar. Blue and white, and navy and cardinal stripes each.......... $S.50 $2.0Q Children's Knit CmtiimM Something entirely new, Jersey weave Cashmere Dress with Kilt around bottom. Colors are navy, brown, cardinal and Saxe blue. Ageji for 3 to 6 years; each "�|" $2.25, 92.60 and ........ 9C� f 9 Mi^l Orders Given Prompt aiid Special Attention ^5: The Hudson's Bay Stores Hanbury, B.C., Gave Returning Pair Joyous Recejption-Latest News of Crahbrpok Cranbrook, Aug. IC-W. M. Erler returned the last of  the iveek from , Nelson, where he had been spending ' several days in connection with the Moose Lodge organization. He . will have charge of the Lethbridge 1 lodge for ninety days from Septem- j her Ist, when that 6rgani�atton wiU be working on an open charter. ,Fred.Wells will leave this week for a vacation at the .coast. Jbhii Cholditch is holidaying at' Vancouver and Victoria-for a month. Ed. Mallandaine is in town for a few days Irom the Wiudflrmere district. \ The Cranbrook lacrosse team will play in Fetnie ?,bout the 20th of thife rnonth. R. A. Fraser.l^ft Priday afternoon on his return to Griahd Forks. Ed. Ismay accompanied him on--a short business trip. . Born-In Cranbrook,... on Friday, August 8, 1913, to H. R. and Mrs. Hazelwood, a won. * Fernie and Cranbtook lodges of the Loval Order of'.Moose arc arranging to'hold a .joint picnic at Elko, B. ?,, on Labor Day, when  baseball and other sports will be enjoyed. ^ The third quarterly meeting of the Cranbrook District Conservative aS" sociation will be held at Fort Steele on Thursday evening, August 14, this being ,the home town of the presi-ddsnt; ;f. T- McVittie. Those attending from Cranbrook will be conveyed to Port Steel in automobiles. The C. I'. R. have this week painted the station property � throughout, tha.exterior in red and green and the intofior in,, cream and .brown. The coDnftany have' also placeid With tboir eniiplfeyees a ne'at,-littla lapel; button hoarjns their trade mark and the words'^ "Safety first", which cannot help but impress the employees and the ..general public tha.t,the company's first, aim is safety to their SBrvants, their patrons and their property. John Miller and. his bride, nee Miss Currie,. returned to their home In Hanbury, B. Ctf Thursday .after a honeymoon trip to Nelson and interior points. Both bUde and groom have lived in Hanbury for a n)Jniber ot years and oh theit return / were met at the doppt,, by about fifty friends and conveyed by rig and six-hors'o t(Sam to theit reriidehc^. other (r'iends" rode popieg,' decorate^ -with evergreens, and in the pro^iesslori a. few minutes to allow their employees to take part in the' recep-tlott, the groom being for years a yard teamster for that firm. . The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood oi Railroad Trainmen are giving a dance in the auditorium 04 the 18th-ot September. . . 'A rock slide on the C.P.R. Satur-�day, three miles west of Crows-Nest, delayed ihe' westbound! jassenger trains seven hours. J. H. Doyle, of Calgary, and a former citizen of this town, spent a few days hero with his family .this week. The Women's Guild ofV the Anglican church at Wycliffe, will give a church fair on the afternoon and evening oE August 14. A Cranbrook orchestra will furnish the music for the occasion. Frank Bcsegh, of Moyie, B. C, spent Saturday in. Cranbrook. The many friends of William Matthews, who islli at the St. Eugene hospital with pneumonia, will be glad to know that he is recovering. The city band gave their Sunday evening band concert-in, front of the government building. These open air concerts ^are being greatly appreciated and largely attended. Born-in Cranbrook, on Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1913, and Mrs. Sadler, a son. Born-Jn Cranbrook, on Wednesday, August -6, 1913, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Laird, of Moyie, a son. Cranbfqok baseball team play in Sandpoint, Idaho, jVugust 16 and 17, the return game being played here August 25 and. 36. 'Owing to the excessive use of water for lawn servipe, it has reduced the pressure of water for fire protection purposes to such an extent that the city covmoil ate requesting that water be used for Ittwns only between the hours of 7.80 and 9,30 in the morning and 7-20 arid 9.30 in the evening. Miss Macdonald has returned from a month's vacation at Vancouver. Mike Johnson, wife and famUy, returned Saturday from Elko. The Boy Scouts returned Saturday from their week's ohttng at Nelson; Knox church will hold a lawn social Friday evening next on Hood's lawn on Armstrong avenue. Mr. Davis and son, of Wycliffe, left Saturday night by the flyer for North Yakima, Wash., on a vacation. Station Agent J..W. Spence and wite went to Erickson Saturday evening for over Sunday, and will be aocomp|inied home by their daughter diadys, who has b?en enjoying a week's holiday at the same place, ^ Superintendent Harshaw and wite travelled too Kootenay Landing.Saturday evening In the Supftrlntendent's ptivatft car. .  ' FORMNING OF NEW STORE  \ , � "fr  ! loan not; POPJUtAR ~- �,ae has htmn /iak�n u]> by the  publie, 6S per cen*, havlpg; b�en ? left with the underwriters. *     C. P. R.'S DIVfOENO > _- ? Montreal, Aug. 11.-At .the' : Canadian Pac}flo dlrectorB* ? meeting today, the ordinary dlv-> idend of 1% p6r cent, out of per cent, from the r^t^urn on land sales was approved! No issue of new stock. ? ??? � * IS Rome, Aug, 11.-The , �uthq^ltle� here are holding -the gatrU'on in readiness to represp any disorders in connection with the g�n#ral strike ordered by labor leaders. Both > the Vatican and Quirinal are stiojug--iy guarded. TAOMAN CASE ORAOe ALONd Moose Jaw, Aug. 11.-Sam Tadman, junk dealer, charged 'With reeelvlnei stolen good^, stolen from tbtp O.P.l^.. was thU* mornllnig repil.nded until Tuesday, at 1S6, ' The court waa in geaslon for several minutes, bait soma of the out-of-town witnesses faU�d to arrive, ' HALIFAX SOLDIER NSTANTLY KILLED Halifax, Aug. 11.-Sergeant E, Russell, Hirtle, Royal Canadian garrison artillery, was instantly Wiled at York rpdouht this morning. He was in charge of a party moving a howitzer at the pier to a lighter, when > the breech lock^ broke and Hirtle was struck by the gun, wh\oh knocked Wm 6tt the pier to the rocks some twenty-five feet below. He landed on his head and fractured his skull. ' He was thirty years 0I4 and leaves a widow and two children. He wa� prominent in baseball and hookoy clr^ cles. Miners Pined Three miners were up bef.ore Superintendent Wilson this morning; on charges of drunkenness, and were all soaked three �n,i costs. V MINERS LOSE STRIKE Calumet, Mich., Aug. 9.-Coppef mine operators claim the oompleta rout of the Western Federation of Miners Jn its strike hea-e for hdgher wages, an eight-hour day, abolishment of the one-man drill, and Teoognltion of the union. One thousand men returned to work today, while andthei thousand have signed li�ti| asking th� company to resume mining oper^itloni and give them protection. MOTOR BOAT sank: SEVEN WERE PROWNED Bast Freetown, Mass., Au|;, O.-rSli women and a man w�re drowQ�d, and three others were saved, when a motoi boat sank la hoig Pona tonight.  ^ �    � EAQLE CARR1B>S OFF BABE f m m Geneva, Switzerland, Aug,;S. ~An enormous eaiJl^ oartWd, off the four-yehr-old child ot: a woodcutter today, vb^ie tb�, child was playing Jn the near Andeer. A large hunteiis^sftt of/ tH�"i the child, bat'they were to find Any trace Of tht ffi � or its prey,' ''-r ' \.V'*'l 6 87 18 ?510 97 ;