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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta riii) LirjJllilMJXiU DAILY IIKMALI) C L ARK E C 0. The Ladies' Phone 453 Acadia Block Headquarters for Fair Week Shoppers At the only exclusive Ladies' Store in Southern Broad assortments of fresh new merchandise, and generous values in every section Dl' R.l.Nd (lie six weeks this store haw undergone a complete change: we have acquired some J'il'l y-oild feet of additional '.Floor spa ce in order to more adequately meet: Ihe needs ol.' ,oiir trade which gives us plenty of room l.o display our slock to the best advantage and Tor women to choose with the greatest possible .ease and. shopping comfort. We specialize in dress-goods, anil and gloves, corsets and. n n derwen r, si iccl i i igs linens and all branches 'of while wear, blouses and ready-to-wear garinen is of the finest makes; and also in a splendidly equipped dress- making department, under the management of Miss.Hoopei.vJate of Toronto, who is now prepared'to ex.ecutg-yoi.ir orders- with the greatest care and d'espatelr. EDITED Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone 774. graciously donated to their lemon-' ado booth oil Saturday afternoon, sole was conducted.on Mrs. South- ird's lawn byMurlel O'llagm, Agues Livingstone and Kathleen Southard. The tolls inailc slv Hollars at their booth. Tlie society'lf, a junior lioincli ot the Flower. Guild and Is working to furnish a cot at the hos- pital for sick children, who not he able to meet their own expenses in case of illness I'lie ladies ot the citv will noon day to visit friends in lied Deer [Oi 11. Sage arrived from Sparwood, News-Telegram, i. C'., this morning. j The teacher training class in con- Mrs. C. ,J. Kckstorm and Miss Lu-jnection with Ihe Sunday school of j die K-kstorm spent the week-end Westminster church have learned the 'with Mrs. L. A. Felger. results of the which "ere written on in July. All those, Miss Helen f.acs.irfjuhar, of Mac- who wrote, were successful. Thev leod, is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. i were Mrs. Lytle, Miss Myrtle Kil- W. H. Weber, for a week. Ian, Miss Mary Stcdman, Miss Irene [Kinlay and Jliss Janet Shaw. P. Vcnoy returned yesterday I from week's vacation spent at Cal- j Miss Kraser returned Sat- urday from her vacation and will rc- gin- arid llanff. "I'en her classes in piano instruction Miss Pattesou returned Monday. September 38th. Miss from a very pleasant holiday spent at OUT-OF-TOWN WOMEN- visit ing: the Ifa-ir are invited l.o make this store, tlieiv head- quarters n nd arrange, to; meet their friends'here. We heartily welcome you to any con- veniences we have to offer hiid the j'act of your calling often, carries with it no obligation whatever In liny unless'yon feel SQ Kred Downer, jr., Harry Pearce, ot Calgary, at iiiinstcr Ilodse for a few days. HVawr is anxious that.all former j pupils should start ilic fail icrm on !Monday as well as anv others, who ,s entertaining iniclut to w.jth hor during the coming season. A complete new stock of handsome Kimonas, to Velours, cotton crepes, ajul silks in a splenclid collection q.f: the neatest fit- ting styles AVC have over had to show, and very moderately priced. j. Handsome floral and scroll designs, ill fine cot- W Ion nrepes, shirred at collar and waist line, full Kimona sleeve, very neat fitting garments exceptional values at the price. Lovely fine Klmonas of washable. Jap silk, shown in handsome floral designs; colors' qvimson, groen and gray; elaborately shirred front and back yoke; trimmed with plnhi silk to match. A COMPLETE CORSET DEPARTMENT Every imaginable shape to exactly suit the various typos of figures, from Ihe very slender to the. extra stoul A specially purchased line, actually worth made of fine con til; finished :vith two pairs of hose supporters, front and sides. keautifiil La Div-a model for the average figure; specially suited to the particular dresser; shown in moderately long lengths; steels guaranteed- not to rust. At A i" HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, EVERY KIND There is still good choosing: among tihe slimmer stocks and fall stocks arc also to hand, offering throughout the very, best values obtainable. Ullioil SllitS 1H Just the proper weight for early Fall wear, ankle length, long sleev- es, finelv knit and splendid to wear. rinirnn TTnco 9Atft Shown in black and all the wanted .iiubu jCOC colors; in atialitics worth up to 33c; f.ull fashioned less; spliced heels, toes and soles.'- New Golf Coats.for Ladies, Young Ladies and Children New Waists in Piques, Vestings, Lawns and Silks New Neckwear and Belts in Latest Fall Styles New Veilings and Motor Scarfs in splendid selection New Dress Goods and Silks in latest weaves York police, who arrested A woman in Elizabeth, N. who George H. Cove, declared he 'hail kept the same'cook lor forty- clicatcd 'investors nut of two years, says "a mistress must vim. (ilaccd .their money in his device never find fatiit with a servant, at the to generate .electricity from Ihe sun.'time she makes a mistake." Sale have cleared out a number of lines sincu opening our Clearing Out Sale, a.nd have add- ed some SPECIAL XEW GOODS, personalh- .selcoted, wbiclf i'or value arc uuexcelled. Special Bargains for Fair Week eontiiHied ALL THIS WEEK iery. (i loves. Silks, Satins, Serges. Rylands Co. Macdonald Block Miners Still Idle; Mines Will Probably be Opened RUSH CJ.R. INTO CALGARY AT ONCE Fernie, B. C., Aug. .Coal Ureek mines suit remain idle, the rumored attempt at opening them .to-' :iay not materializing. A number of miners turned out this morning to Mitch the 7.30 train pull out. for Coal i.'reek hut therii was no evidence of j any extra men going up to tile mines.) j tivory move made by either side is local coa being closely watched ami that the' I trains from Here to the mines will NCSt firee in that town. This degree was put on by F. T. Robins, Deputy Su- preme President for this district, as- aisled -by officers am! members of Letbbridge mid Cowlcy lodges. Twentj one members took the degree gfter the visitors were entertained at a supper and an impromptu smok- ing concert until 3 a.m. when meeting; broke up in order that the brigade might catch the eastbound flyer. PINCHER S. O. E.'S TOOK THE WHITE ROSE DEGREE Alioul thirty niemliors of the S, 0. K. lorttfc of this city journeyed tb rtiicher Crock on Saturday evening and put on the White do- help the city said. ohservetl liy ihe miners Is evident I C-N'-K. will nisi tram this morning's acllon. Colin lin j fnmiiboll, superintendent of pollcu, j tirrived from Victoria lust night. j whicli confirms Hie of tlic min- ers that some move Is being cou- templfUisil by tlie nmnageinciit, In wliicb (lie assistance of the police may he necessary. At least half .a are at Coal though rumor has magnified this I number tn at least, a score. Kv-arything is as quiet as ever tjin there Is no disguising the Tact thai the tension of feeling Is Incrnnsinc rapidly, as the expected lime oj opening the mines grows nearer. i ing is hsard from Hosmer hut a ru- j mor ronehed here tliis morning; thtit Hie Coleman local had called a j Ing for five o'clock this morning.in I order thnt a roll call of the niemneri! might be made. It is also stntert that j tlie Corbin mine might diacontinue operations today, but nothing con- Mrmfng; these reports has -been re> celverl by Ihe prcua represontativos. Calgary, Aug. relieve the famine occasioned by the ihe its Vegreville-Cal- into ihc city by about No- Mr. H. C. C. Salmon, who has-been visiting at Cranbrook and will arrive Iwme toiriorrow. Mr. Tonic entertained yesterday in (honor of "Mr. Hetllcy, who leaves to- morrow on an extended trip east. Karl Morris returned this morning from a pleasant two weeks" vacation spent at the coast. Mr. Frank Medley, of tlic J. D. HiginbothanvUnig Co., leaves tomor- row for Toronto. Mr. Medley will he away a month. Rev. J. E. and Mrs. Wurrcll-Wright and two children left on Friday for Guelph, Ont., where they will remain for the next five weeks. Miss Richnnls, of Cranhrook', peeled inthe city tomorrow to he the sncst of Mrs. Salmon, Bompas Street. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church will not hold their regular meeting on Wednesday afternoon on account) of the fair. Mrs. D. Ferguson, o! Lethhridge, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. McEw- an, for a Beer Ad- vocate. Miss Phyllis Higinhotham returned tliis morning from West Dcmar, on the Arrow Lakes, where she was n guest with Mrs. Sherlock for the past two weeks. Mrs. Geo. Wliclcu, Conrtland St., has as her guests her mother ar.d father, Mr. and Airs. Hewitt, of Mrs. .1. il. Anderson returned this morning from the she lias hecn for Hit pist six ureks Mis Anderson spent ten d1JS at the coast and the remainder of the time mill 1 Mrs. B C Mrs. Anderson's children and imld re turned to the oitr than Mrs. Anderson a neell earlier The sich children's Sunlicara Soci- ety arc very grateful to those, 'who importation of those renowned hats, and her show room a. stork nf t.tif ueru :r. millinery. They say, that you might just as well be dead as out of style, so it is imperative that you should visit her show rooms, if vou wish to know what are the Mweat things that fashion decrees. Our C'owlcy correspondent wrltet Miss Agnes McMillan entertained largo number of her friends to a daucc on Thursday evening. About fifty guests were present. 'Among those there, were Miss Mary Mc- Dongal, of Fernie Mrs. Gray and daughter, of DC Winton Miss Muriel Macleod, of Lothlirldge, and Mr. jarncs, from Pincher Creek. 'All those who attended say that it was 'he best of its kind ever given. In Con-ley. Miss McMillan certainly makes a good hostess.and entertain. Tlic marriage of Miss Aluort, Min- daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ceor-re P Mmaker, Gladstone, Mani- tobi to Mr Clement G Dunning, manager of the Merehanti Bank, Co'omtion Vlberta and formerly ot the Lethbridge Branch, is announced to lake place m Gladstone at the end of August. A Few Reasons Why You Should Shop At The Bay IT HAS no doubt often occurred to you that, 1 THE BAY offers yon better facilities shopping than any i Pliiltsville, Out. with Mrs. Vt'helen They will remain a week longer. I vcnibnr so thai the mines of good domn.slic coal tn ihe immediate north cast may lie lapped, declared M. H. MacLeod, gonrral manager of the Wes- tern lines of tin; C.N.R., last night4.' "We shiill do all in our power tn in this he Face or Feet- Which? If people would devote half the at- tention to their feet thtt they do to .heir faces, tender feet would be un- known. Foot Elm in your shoes oc- casionally will teep yqiir foot bonlthy and found. A special package of Foot Bath Tablets with every box.nt Red Drug Rook i D. C. Ferguson, of Tccswnter, Ont., and Jack Ferguson, of Brussels, Out., are touring the west, spent a few days with their sister, Miss L. E. Ferguson, 1101 F.ortl-St. Mrs. T. Wilkes, of Toronto, arriv- i the city on Friday -and will in future reside with her son, L. H. Wilkes, physical 'director of the Y.M. C.A. Thf- Wesley l.cngnc arc holding a social in 'the basement of Uic church. Tho ladies are to bring tlteir haskcts. Tho Indies are to bring! the baskets. The Wesley Church Kuworlh League "'ill hold a picnic hi the hasemcnt of the church tliis evening. The members are asked tn meet, at the church at (1.30. A cordial invitation is extend- ed to all, and the iaclies arc request- ed to bring their lunch baskets. Miss Blanche Orimm who has been acting accountant at the. city offices for the past two months, left this, afternoon for Calgary to meet her aunt, Mrs. .A. H. Fryers, of Monck. ton, B Mrs. Fryers and Miss >rimm will spend the next two weeks at Banff. Miss .Icssie Belcher, who has hcen with Miss Helen Mcwburn, Danby House, for sometime past, left this afternoon for Gull where her parents, Col. R. V. and Mrs. Belcher, have their summer home. Miss Belch- was oiceeriihgly popular, during her stny in the city, and was honor gupst at a number of smart social alfairs. not far to When you from us you with one Immcli of the Greatest Trading System in this country! Our stores couple'd. with our Mail Order tend from coast to coast. s r X --v I M f Yon will readily understand this the Hudson's Bay Company an vantage over "its rivals on account of Jits stu- pendous purchasing ..power, which, with our exceptional facilities for hartdling the iniquitous freight' chargjes now in force, means a considerable saving to the consumer. YOU! ..V Our store at Lethbridge has a great change in order to meet the inctreasing demands of the city. Each Department has been thoroughly re-organized android stock lias been cleared regardless of cost! Every day New Fall Goods are, arriving and we are now in a position to place heforc our customers a stock carefully selected by experienced buyers, a.nd in many cases made especially for us to meet the particular de- mands of the Western country, i' We-stijl stand by our reputation of over Two Hundred Years. Greatest Traders of the Great Hudson's Bay Co. J ;