Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TnEXETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JiMJ j Hill Co. Hill Co. Extra Specials for Friday and Saturday No visitor or citizen can afford to miss this splendid chance of value-giving by the Big Store of Alberta. Hundreds of other of good value to fee found which we have not room to mention, but just pay a visit, it's up to you. Hill's Special in Flannelettes 2000 yards of-this lovely soft, fluffy flunellette in plain colors of pink, Wue, white ahd'faiicy stripes. 27 to 36 in. wide. 12 l-2c 4 and lac for I U v Hill-s Special in Table Cloths Another 600 of-: these handso'me double damask cloths in rich floral designs ith fauc% n w ork borders; size Ct> tf 4 TF C 1 by S6, extra special Hill's Special in Sheets 'Ready for UBCtin a splendid bleached even thread extra per: pair.......................... Hill's Special in Ladies Vests It's a wonderful value. 'You can get your pick, of these soft elastic Summer Vests, plain and fancy ribb, no sleeve, or short sleeve. Lace and ribbon trimmed; values 20c, 25c, ;iOc, special I 3 V Hiirs Motor Scarfs, Special This is a splendid lot of extra long chiffon with satin stripe borders in black, white, cadet blue, grey, cream, champagne "7R Very Special at Hill's Special in Sheetings Only 7 pieces, Old Countrj style.of unbleached twill sheet- ing for family use, special HilFs Special in Turkish Towels Yes and Pure-Linen thick' Towels; it's a snap for boarding house and hotel keepers, large size fancj stripes. It is a' dandj. Per pair f wOC HuTs Extra Pillow Case Special We have only 40 dozen left; they go on sale tomorrow. Made of splendid cptto'u, full size, deep hemmed stitched; special (not more than 6 to a customer) each Hill's Neckwear Sensation Dainty, pretty neck pieces, In collars with or without jabots. Bide p.leats, frills, bows, scarfs, in chiffon, lace, white or with colors! In the lot are 75c, and ?LoO, all on table for your choosing at HALF MARKED PRICE. Hill's Calls Your Attention To a lot of oddments consisting of ladies' .handsome Lace Coats, Skirts, Silk and other Blouses, Girdles of every descrin- tion, to clear at exactly HALF MARKED PBlr-.F ?s Corset Special, 9rc Oh, this is hard -to bent. It is a medium length, made of English Coutille, four garter supporters and suitable for 10 women in OC rust nnd breakable proof, special.............. WwC HilFs Ribbon Special This lot is oC pure Taffeta Silk, sky. pink, black, Vhite. cream, gar- net, cardinal and others hair and millinery ribbons.. .Extra 4 special, per V Specials in Ladies' Dresses Ail'our magnificent stock of Ladies' dainty lingerie dresses in shades of pink, champagne, helio and lots of white. ''All are made in tlie latest styles' of'Pr-Jncess, and one piece styles, are adapted for street, afternoon, evening and party' wear. The, p'fices will be a LITTLE SURPRISE FOR YOU, Hill's Special in Lingerie JVaists A splendid chance to get your supply', for the Jbalifucc of the sea- son. Beautiful fine white lawn, richly embroidered, trim- cied. Jlost all sizes, regular 51.50, and 52.00 for Drop In and See Our First Our first shipment of Ladies', losses', anil Children's Fall and Winter Coats. It will cost you nothing to inspect. The pride of the city of Lethbridge and Alberta, it's a sight worth seeing, just take elevator to 3 and 4 flat and inspect the magnificent and superb stock of higivgrade Mahogany Buffet and Dining Tables, Furnea Oak, and Mission Dining Room Furniture, Mahogany and Walnut. Oak Framed Dressers. Steel Beds, Couches, Kindu Beds, a Davenport in day time, a comfortable bed at night, to Sprifig Cots and Mattresses complete, First-class Furniture of every description; Prices Right. Assortment Complete. Third and Fourth Floor. CITIZEN'S DAY AT FAIR from front panel Ladies' Underwear Wo have non- a complete stock-of the celebrated' Watson'3- TTnshrlnkable Undsrwear for Winter; Combinations Vest and Draworg for Indies', Misses', and Children. Ladies' Oxford Shoes Special A snap in Ladies' Patent Leather Oxfords or in tan or Ox- hlood, lace, slraii or button, In the lot; size and style lo suit all. J3.0U to'IS.50, for Cut this Ad out for reference, it will not appear again. The Home The Horses i- Tho Judging of liorscs was lioi completed yeatorday but excellent progress 'was made and only a 'feu classes remained to >bu disposed of loday. Tho exhibitors nro complain- ing Hint tho Judging'Is rushed ind tho stock wan not given long en. ough time to rest after coining oil tho irnln. In connection ivilh this com- itlalnt It may bo pointed out that the iig stock men who come from u ilia- tunco expect to sell horses to Iwlp out in tho expense, and when things aro rushed ioo much they do not. get tho opportunity to show their stock to advantage. Kor instance, yester- day there was a 'very smull crowd watching the judging, due no doub't to the faet that there were not many farmers on the grounds. The stock- men would have liked to have had j some of the classes Jefl for today so! from tho cily zoo which" are stationed as to catch tile eyes of others who ]uear the main entrance. The cubs may attend. There were some are treated with respectful familiar- flue animals in the ring yesterday, i Ity: and it gave Ihe judges all .they could; There are thousands Inking a try do to decide on the honors, especially j at the dry farming congress for third place. There was some com-i to how many flax seeds liiere are in plaining: about, decisions, especially in i a bottle. The guesses range fioni uonuectiou with the Koyal Belgians, j 2000 up to one million. but on the whole the decisions werej The man with the weighing machine iccepted without complaint und gen- j is doing a rushing trade.' He Is sup- oral satisfaction was expressed. In [posed to guess within three pounds the Percueron class .1. c. Drcwry of of a person's weight in order to earn places, but they freely' admitted U superiority of the Urcnyry horses. Juat In Passing There -are 'too ntauy side shows o the name toilers fo IliHtunce nro an thick us Hies irroun tho mohisses barrel. It Is noticeable that tile palroimy accordwl tho midway is iiot up to e.s nocta'tlons. It hasn't proved lo lie .speniliuf crowd as yet The unrvmY arc KlviiiKjluie'cause for complaint The Hayniond church which has Ure Brand stand quarters, Is doing wcl and making money, The Ancient Order of Foresters have u tent on the'grounds and the brethren and friends receive a lieartj welcome. One atlrae.llo'h of'seemingly tinend ng Interest.are the three cub 'boars Cowley walked olY with the major portion of the honors in his iibckels. He has certainly a great bunch of thoroughbreds and there was regret expressed in which -Mr. Drewry join- ed that George Lana had found it im- possible to come. It would have as- the dime. He is not particularly c.x- pert as a guesser but gets about every one in rive. There was iiiiilc a bimeii from Car- niaugay on the grounds yesterday and it was noticeable that the smiles wei widest when the Uarmangay exhib: VI sugaty hearts of sweet corn, eel crisp intl rolled thin as a -wafer that's thc'dainty that delights theappstite! TO-DAY order. ioc. surcd keener com petition. The Cow-! was reached. That is the greateb lev man carried on' seventeen firsts, j town of boosters for Us size on th eight seconds and five thirds. He won continent. There is no' knocking i the flOO cup put up by the American Carmangay. Pcrcheron association for the bestj A blind man with a hnrily gurd stallion aud four mares; the silver situated half way between tho ei: the .main blinding'is'reaj cup presented by the Canadian asso- elation for the best mare, and the j jug a harvest of. nickels. There-seeui gold medal for the best Canadian to he kindly spirit in every heart. bred horse. The Clydes In the Clydesdale class the Bredts of Edemvali, Sask., were the lucky Every ..one is pleased with thj bunch of 'offlcials associated with Man ager McNicol. They have to answe many questions and perform manj exhibitors and won all the firsts and duties, .but courtesy seems to be nil seconds in the elasses they entered. failing. It does much to popularize They own a buuch of champion horse and the judge, who is one 'of the 'best the fair. The grand championship prize Clyde men in Canada, congratulated j which goes to the exhibitor winning them on the showing- made. '3Ir. j the most points will flnd a home witl Pierce of 'Medicine Hat won the first i a man not many miles from .Leth and championship honors for the best j bridge, who already, has trophies ca- two-year-old Clyde stallion. The rivalry in the Royal Belgian class was keen and the first honors were the TV. C. Henderson' stables of Carberry, Man., and Hazen of Regina. The Regina man won out in the premier honors, arid to shew the variableness of judging a stallion o'wned by the Hendersons, which has won the championship ribbons at near- ly ail the fairs in tile three-year-old ough to fill a barn. All aboard foi Cowley. Mr. Arthur Perry of Uardston won tlie cup presented by Mr.. W. A. -Bu- chanan, M. P.; for the best individual farm exhibit. Some local poultry men are resting under a .delusion.in thlnJUng thalontr side, entries were feceived-.ou Tiies- day. Some of the entries complain- ed of were made two weeks ago. class, was given second A valuable Dalmation dog slipped which also b'efel it at the Edmonton his collar at the dog'.sho'w Tuesday fair. The Hendersons alaoj exhibited I night and has not since. Percherons, getting fourth''and fifth I A reward is offered fo'rjiis return. BRAMWELUBOOTH-'NAMED EndHFingQuaiit is 2S3iircd in. knives, forks, spoons and serving pieces if they are This brand, known at' "Silver Tlale that Wean" lautiful designs, ii made j tiic heaviest plate. It has been renowned t for over 60 years. Id by I tute.aiid His name 'will never he forgotten." The SaJvationlsts do not icear mourning, at -the funeral late they wSar white 'arm bauds with fa Ted and" crown. Canadian .Commanders Tribute Toronto, Aug. "I dcm1! know au y thing that sets forth the 'true churac- tor of the general more than his last 1 words to me a few1 weelcs said from front page) of the great loss that the Army had sustained, and added his resolution to carry out faithfully the new respon- sibilities cast upon him. Th'e King's Message King George was one of the first to telegraph his condolences to the bereaved family. Messages also were received from Premier Asqulth, the. Archbishop of and other prelates of the Chiirch of.England. The Lord Mayor of London, Sir Thomas B. Crosby, the Earl of and the Earl of Aberdeen, and. many others, including representatives of the Protestant creeds and prominent persons of the Jewish faith. King George's message was as fol- lows: "J ain grieved to hear the sad of the death of your father. The 13rl- tish nation has lost a great organizer and the poor a sin- cere 'friend, who devoted his life to helping them in a practical way. On Jy .in the future shall we realize the good wrought by him for bis fellow creatures. ..Today therejs a universal mourning for him. I join ia it and assure you and your family of my true sympathy in the heavy. loss 'which has befallen you." "GEORGE Premi-er Asquith telegraphed: T must offer you my'sincere sym- pathy in your great ,V; The Lord Mayor's message "The City of London sincerely mourns the passing aivuy oC.its dis- tinguished citizen, General Booth, whose grand and good- work entitles him ;to imperishable gratitude." '-.'_' Lord Rothschild sent the following despatch; "I am very deeply grieved to hear of the death of your great and dis- tinguished father. He devoted his j whole life to the cause "destl-! Commissioner David'M, Rees, head o! the Salvation Arniy in Canada today. 'He said after-describing his own in- ability to do the same amount of work is formerly owiug to the loss of hia sight: 'The ;tue suffering, the outcasts, the widows, the orphans, tho criminals, and .fallen masses of human- ty must not sut'fer'beeause I have to slacken .you must do.more. They must not lose through my weakness. That i characteristic of his whole life. It can be-.said in truth that he lived for 'thers.V s Sir James Whitney said: "It was my irivilege to meet him very often both n 'England and in Canada and ery pleasant'recolleetlbna 'of-hia hos- itality together'with' his' companion-' hip on several occasions in England: eher'nl Booth's'death may: be''termed very Important event but I am glad feel that the-work1 of the Salvation mny will ;go on .under, the influenco xercised by .him, during his. Jife." President Taft'i Tribute Washington, D. C., Aug. dent Taft was greatly shocked to hear of the death of General William .-Booth and declared today.the following state- ment: "General Booth, was one. of the most remarkable -.characters of ..the world. He had genius for the organi- zation .of men and women against' vice and. for the up-lifting of those guilty regardsTlqsE immorality in crime. And tho Salvation Army for years tha subject of ridicule and was looked up- many meu as a ridiculous, parade of seeking persons. General Booth' a'iid his most remarkable' family lived together long to see the 'Salvation. Army grpV to be a. force in every: country in the world. He was fully entitled-to the term 'Gen- eral' as any ;officer .who mar- shalled his army in the. field for it was in .this.-.respoct'.tliat he shone as a leader of men and women and as' an organizer of their enthusiastic' emo- -ions that has made for righteousness among, the .people of the world to vhom progress towards better living seemed Impossible." THIRD AV The Big Store [Ml Co. There are no "keep out" signs where is That is 1610-2nd. Ave. a., N, Phone 378 r "Cleanliness is Our Pride'