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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Auffitst 15, i nvr o CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE HMM453 FALL SUITS AND COATS NOW ON DISPLAY All ready for the cooler days with tin advance showing of hand-, finely Tailored gavpienls which for attractiveness of styles nnd ex- elusi'veuesB of designs 'will Jjot lie ''mil-passed n't nny lime during Pfople are looking and and; mariy of the tjiiylng, realising that prloas are no hlghtr than they win be lato'r on and that first choice li molt mtllfactory. Bvery garment Is by points of style that will be, prominently featured In Eastern Fashion centres this such, as Hie prettily drBpod and low belted effects, entirely eliminating, however, anything of the order and combining tu every garment wear- ability and moderate pricing the lead- ins and most Dromlnont featuros. Whether you to look or to buy, you are urgently re- queited to .Inspect this flrtt showing and In'case you lee what your" fancy', a deppiit secures It till you are ready to take It away. x v Saturday The Last Day Scortia of tremendous aav--. ings awpit you here tomor- row rlgit up to the closing hour at ten o'clock, including" all the'I tern advertised on tho posters tjlntrlbuted .with Home features added, for the niifti wind-up. Any sold out will he replaced by better goods, so come expecting big value for your money. Special Dollar Sale Days FageSj A BIG DAY'S SELLING TO-DAY and we predict A BIGGER DATS SELLING TO-MORROW The Special Dollar Sale Days proving An Immense Success CHILDREN'S DHE36E6...... LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS LAP1E8' UW BLPVSfes...... LADIES' 11.80 NIGHT DpESSES 27 Ip. gAP SILK 3 Yarttt for........ HEM'P PILLOW pair for BATH TOWELS 6 Pair for......... LADIES' CASH- MERE HOSE, 3 pair ENO. LONQCLOTH 9 yards for SUNSHADES for................ JAP nuos for..............- 51.00 BOOTS ftiO SHOES WORTH UP TO ei nn (or 9 I.UU ARAB LACE CURTAINS for MEN'S (2.25 C1 HO STRAW HATS--- 9 I.UU MEN'S HOKF8 Par dozen MEN'S LISLE fjft SOCKS, 4 pair for.. I MEN'S S1.60 WORK Oft SHIRTS 9 I I YOUR CHOICE OF FOUR I I SPECIAL GROCERY PAR- CELS, ALL EACH Big Drop in Prices FOR CASH( ij We have, concluded to place our business oh a Cask Basis, and give the purchaser the benefit of the doubt 1 'Oiir iBeefi's Alberta oiin. produce. Our Mutton aiid Pork arc all fed within a radius of 20 miles of Letjibrklge. No Cold Storage Stiiff llimtllert NOTE BEEF p Slrlcln illb' It'oasl'...''...'...-. i Rump Roast' Thick. Rib........... Stewing Rib Flank' Brisket Beet Sirloin Steak Porterhrmjui_.8teBk IloimdVSteak Shoulder Steak ,.'-.i Home rjlendered. Lard 3ft" Pall pail lOlb I'ail........... Beef Dripping: 31b Pail 5 lb Pail........-'. i'.. lOlb Pall Pure Pork Pork and Beof PresBed Beef Head Cheese Hond Cheese, 2lba for THE :jpiiiqES er '18i 1B4 26d Per- rb.. iMUTT.ON.. li ,i :--i n.i- i j of Mutton. f .Mutton Rib Hoasl Mutton Shoulder Million Slew Mutton Loin- Shoulder .Chops J PORK LegB. Fillet ft. V Untrlmmed' Pork Chops Porlf Shanks i rv Pork Heads............... Spring Whole. -Cut any weight Shoulder Slow Veal i... Westminster Market Phohe 1055 13th St. N. FORIWOW HUDSON'S BAY RAILWAY WON'T r BE READY UNTIL r QRESS TO DATE The Hudson's Bay Stores Special Dollar Sale Days Ottawa, Aug. he.. qoptractpr IJutlsoa'9f_Bay. 1 13' Soft Th 'IKg the "oplnJon." IffaT" fife the Uttle difficulty lias been experieaced iu securing labor and no abnormal dlf- fleuUles have been encountered In coll- ection with the. construction 'of. the Thero .13 much work to be done, wever. And'--Mr. McArthur thinks 1 not be possible to complete the ad within a couple of years. Mrs. W. O. Hutton. who has been nulls seriously 111- was reported milch Improved this morning. I -Sir. R. H] ,BIrth'Tfeturned last night t'6 -MVilielne Hat. SWEET VALLEY Aug. Parker of Klnnondnle, wns calling In the neigh- borhood and attended the play and program at the school houBe Tuesday evening. Mr. a'ud Mrs! Bain were visitors last Sunday with'her Bister, Mrs. J. RicltBtt.' Mra. J. Hooker gave a tea tho Bchool children today, the mothers also.being invited. -Fancy cakes ai cookies for the liltlo. ones', and ala tea vyaB aerrad. After lunch the.eye waa spent H1 shortly be cent lo. JLatli- brl'dge In connection, withithelr achbo: to tako up piano.-ivoik. -This will' be Minot- N.D., Aug. peaceahlo settlement -'of tho trouble' rowing out ot attempts IndUB- lal Workers .of Iho condy.ct reel and orgahlia farm hafe bcV aders-olj th'ffi'orgatflzatlorl'-au rities ere is 7tejir_ing an_ end_ It :was atated cesstully prepared pupilB for the Tor Arthur Lesture, "former _. with tlio Uctlon of taatimony for f officers, which resulted as follows: President, MrB. William Mttford; Mrs. Tail; Bec- nd vIce-prcBideht Mrs. B. W. Klnga- third" vlce-nrq'lde'ill, Mrs. Far- foiirth vice-pfeBidept, Mra. Mc- U-easuref, Mrs. J. C. ifiwii; assistant' treasurer, MTB. JrKwtord; correa'pondtiig secretary, ,Ira. Dleseth; 'recording secretary, Jrs. Farrow: assistant secretary, Mrs. The superintendents of the departments will bo appointed nt the next meeting, when It IB also Inland ed to appoint a life member for nex year's work. Mrs. .William- .Mitford and Mrs Bro-iifn wllh'. MTI. Milliir as al 'ternatlve, were appointed nelcgatej to the conventlOB. at Olds, on Sep tomher 28-29. }gilvies Have Points in VieW in the Lethbridge Territory ji.'j. IS.-Cuttlng fait vl'ieaV-is the fiidct' at Ralej'., There s'iSn't, a-farjiifih' the 'district but- one or not liiH-ncd ns cfuickly .at :he season, showers aiiil occasional heavy, 't'aln.'- 'aged 'Eel Mri'-ind Mrs. son, Oil- Plattsville, Mr. and an r'ouie'joi.the.conflt. Ceorgo daughlbr" of Dr. -'Mqti.iiof 'X Pitt ratit-Gq'. I'bnt.V'tji'iMr. .Matthaw PIU of >fr. Jolm R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading-Jeweler, KstabliHlied 189S !all, however, hjs not damaged wheat rp anv extent and t-he'Eel worm -has not reached Raloy: Somo Hjley farmers will, alter all theiuss, a fair cut. Haley pt-orle were quite disappoint- ed on Sunday at tho failure Ferguson to arrive lor 'communion Berriccs. Mr.'Tail, who was prts- enl, conducted a service, that train connections at were had, and even though Dr. Per-' guson motored Ironi Mncleod to L'eth- bridge, the rnads were in such con- dition that he could not catch the southbound Saturday The Jifissfs Walter were in Carcls- lon on Wednesday attending the ten- nis tournament and garden party oh the manse grounds, and were' jutsts of Mr., and Mrs. Tait. Mr. l.'eak-s, ol hccn visiting' nt the home of Mr.' nud Mrs. AU. returned to Mia1 Crows Xest Pass this week. Mr. KcllogR, a native iof Illinois, was a guest this week at the Jelitl .fn.rin at -r.r.lry. Mr. Kellogg-has a farm at and 'is in .Cana-U j cmienvorihg to dispose ot it. ._ ]f .'Mr. nnd Mrs. 13... F. Church ind family were guests with Mr. and Mrs. All. Darby on Sunday lastr- Farmers at Raley aro comnlaininK ol the quality of men sent down from Lethbrlclge agencies. They find Ihom hard to keep..- f CbnTiton ioSa, the, tn place In Miss Jeaii" of' Jledicino Hat, Is the guest' of. her .friend, MlBB Olive Ktlpatrick. The marriage .Minnie Jud 1 i eA !on' operator, who reilde'd t nt Green.Gables, to Mr. Darle Rola C sojehinized yesterday hy the Hov J. D. FraliclB. The bride la a dBugh ter of Mr. and lira. Judsoii, who re Bide twenty-five miles from Taber. ;Mr. nnd Mrs. Rose left on the mid night train for Pcterohoro, whore they expect lo reside. STEVENS Medicine Hat News: In St. John' Church "orL Tuesday morninu. Mr. I.es 'lor Ben noli, of FourwajB, Alln., ant1 is Ethol Stevens, of Hcedmore in.matrimony. The coroinony was performed J W. Morrow, on Tuesday morning at n.nj.f. August 13. Nova Scotia and Cape Bretoii aro thla year riuotirtE" for 'ahprt -ona of coal tho Bathe priceV-'whlch littit year applied to long tons: This la eg.nlvnlonl.to raislng.prlces by pre- cisely 12 per cent. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES afternoon tho'so Interest- ed -will havo an opportunity of attend. jng the tea, to ha given Mrs. ge.orge oa Woley church- -yrounda. Bealdes enjoying a good. cup of tea, visitors will have the purchasing' ROOO home- -The'W. C. T. tt.'lieid vti.. ranetloe in Wesley church yeatorday afternoon, with (a goort'attendance. The BaaJa builneas was ibb St. Mary'B Sunday. School held thel annual 'picnic yeBterday; August 14 At 1 p.m. .the children met hi th church, where a'short service held after which''xhey procended h special 'car to tiic Exhibition grounds "one hundred- children, all look jug- -iiright and happy thou indulge viirloiis' games, racing formiuE-th chief'Item'of-the1 programme. The ollowihg were the., prize-winners iu ie reapectlvc classes: Mr.' Humphrey's yards ace: 1, G. Orlst; 2, J. Jones: 3, R. GrlEfl- 11. nlBO might he stated lieio that in ho hair-Eilfc O. Orlat was agnin irat, with J. Jones-a good second. Mr. Taylor's Jones; 2, Arnold; A potato rr.ca among the same clasa Drought tho following result: 1, B. Daker; J, T. Arnold; 3 H. Eaton. Arnold'B needle race was very nmuslng, the successful ones were: 1, S. Umersoa; 2, ii. Webb; 3, A. Wnshbrpok. Mrs. Masaon'B yards race: 1, P. ICno'wlden; >M. lleoton. MisB F. Vcre; 2, II. Taylor; 3, B. BlntUng.' Mliia Kirk's 1, H. Ford; 2, W, Knowlnn.; 3, C.Mitchell. Girls: 1, N. Forbes; 2, S. Ward. The children then Gathered together for tea, which was served by Uie ladleB of St. Mary's church.'' After tliey had done full juitlce to the KOOI" things provided, they, ngnlu Indulged In. games until a.little after 7 p.m. when they were called together, once more, this time for the distribution of prUt-s." The rectoi-, In a short speech, spoke of the excellent dfacl pline of Sunday school cnllcjren and thanked the teachers for thel kind co-operation with him In making the Sunday school work in tha pariah such a 'success. It wns: also' mos encouraging, to'see ao many parents and frlenda of the children present, Inking such a lively Interest In mak- ing the children's picnic a success. tho younger members of -the school received prizes, which were kindly contributed by some Indies of tho church.' About 8 p.m. a tired, but happy crowd of children made their way to- wards, the "car, which -was. availing them and the ride home ended a, most enjoyable picnic. Special Is due to the ladles, who BO'willingly asilBted the'leachsrii In. catering for the children, and help- Ing to make the oulltigr dellKhtful. The officials of the church and Siro day achool wiah lo express their hearty thanks and appreciation to the Exhibition Board for thoir kindness In placing-the arid grand stand at the of .the picnickers Three Ogilvle elevators will uiidoilbt edly ho located in the country trihu- .ary to Lelhbrldge, as feeders to tho Ogllvle mlllB nt Al- huugh Mr. vice president, and genei-al maiager o[ the Ogltvie; com, jany, 'made no ofliclal annouucemeut o this efTsct on his visit iiere yeBtnr- day, It .was learned this morning that eithor.Coaldnlo or .Chin will he'bene- nited hy one of these elevators iu tiie very near future. Tho Ogilvie com- pany, through Mr. Black, have been In communication with the Aasoctnlo Boards' of Trade for 'Borne time, and will llkoly apt on thoir suggestion that either of these two towns would serve as good As to the oth- er two, no IB at band, hut ills thought that either New Dayton or Milk River on the Coutts branch, and Raley or Spring Couleo oh the Cardslon linn, will be selected. GcaWale and Chin seem ie elevator on about equal terms. The dvantage of either point is very from the mllllpg company's point f view. Nearly, all the farmers north of the river nowhaul their Diamond City, Noble, Barons and Carmangay. TWIth a mill feedUit valor at Coaldale all this trade -would he diverted to that point. The. die-' tanco is not" BO great, and a'hetter, market would be obtained aa the wili- ng company could- Bhip and mill In Iran Bit, getting a cheaper rate1 pa wheat and Hour combined thaii on hull: alone, to Winnipeg' and The wheat would then b'e shipped to Medicine, Hal, mined .and ehlpped east at a reduced haulage ly a better price could be.paid. ._WHh proper ioatllns facilities and a irlvale: eiovator at'Coaldale, the 000 bushelB of the district may he ex- pected'to be that, point. Such an immense Increase in shipping would benefit Lethiirldge considerably as moat of the business would be tran- Bacted here. The same Is true of the 'south points All the traffic from these polnlB would bo handled through Letubridge. W. J! Lloyd, manager or the Farm Products la IB Coaldalo at the piesent time obtaining signatures to petition. It is understood that farmers. In the Chin district are .also busy. natures from farmers Iu the Turin, Iron Sp'rlugs, .Rosemead rind Sweet Valley, districts will be to .the Coaldale petition, as they.-are the ones who will receive the greatest beneflt. ARE 10 VOTE Alt doubts as to the municipal el.ec-O- tions 'and voters' lists tor-next _De- ccmber have hccn cleared up; City AEEESSOT 'Meech has received, instruc- tions to prepare the lists so tnat they will'contain the names of hoth married women property owners and tenants "'.'An effort will be .made to tiave the provisional lifils ready ear- ly in September. as there is .certain to he a scramble to see that all iiamcs aro addcil before they close. There is no doubt about holding the first elections for commissioners cither. Although neither the mayor city assessor -could find the clause the other day, the rirst clause in Title Elections, states that the first election undpx. the. new char- ter shall he held on the second Mon- day in December, which this- year will.be the 8th. It may be interesting to know that the new charter is law at the.pres- ent time. It was maile law on March 25th last, hut with the provisloii that the old council should carry on the business ot the city under the .the old-bylaws until such time' as" a new council or 'corn- mission'might be elected, as provtd- c'd for in the charter. All doubts havinK been cleared up tenants and women voters will now jot husy and see that their names aro'_pn .tho were' some? 1100 -votes polled at th municipal- elections out of. a. Hat -o over 81000. This year, however, it I expectert that there will he- af .-leas' votes cast on polling day, am the elections will be the most inter esting in years. Those who do not exercise thel franchise this fall will' he unable tc do so in iSH-'-as-thf charter pro vides that there shall ho no election that' year, tho mayor buife elected next lall for four yrnrs, th public utilities commissioner fo three and tbe public works .cbmrr.is Bioncr lor two years. Owcndale, 'Aug. service fon .ie o'rdinatlb'n 06 an elder at Owen-' ale has been indennitoly postponed n account 61 ttm uncertainty ''of get- ing Dr., It.'may be that ojjjji'e the' Piosby.-. ery may be sent down to officiate t the ceremony. Kev. W. J. MoVadden was a visit- r to Cardston on Monday, a guest t tlie manse. On Tuesday he drove Jr. Ferguson, superintendent ol mis- to his field for tbe admmlstra-' ion of baptism. Twin Laku and1 wtrc the'Points' visited. OWENDALE Ask your Druggist qr Grocer to show you the new plan for killing all the flies in. your house or store in one and have iieither flies nor. fly killers about in the daytime. ;