Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
rhffe 8. THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES^ STORE Phone 453 Acadia ilock More New Suits and Coats Just To Hand By Express ! and latest milUnerv creations I'roni America's trading- fashion centres, in a great variety of styles and designs thai you have not seen bofoVe, on disphiy and sale tomorrow for the hrst time. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS IN OUTER WEAR AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED c7. OEMH OPiN FOR MiSIRY SUCH IS STATEMENT OF DEAN ROBINSON AT RUPERT'S LAND SYNOD AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR, ON MERCHA.SiDISE OF SUCH STYLE AND DESIRABILITY. Most Becoming and Artistic Headwear ) $5.00 Creations, Produced by Concerns that / to Are Refcognized Experts / .* ) $8.50 Xo raattei' hoiv elaborate, ho niiitter what it would bring if prices were based on what thes bats look" not one in tJie stock is marked bigher than $S.SO, and models at that flgure are as dressy and correct as those shown in most stores at fully fifty per cent more Smartest Hats of Velours, Velvets, Felts and Satins, with jaunty touches of style that at once places them in a distinctive class. More than a hundred to choo3C from-one of a kind. Winnipeg, Aug, 28-'I'liis morning's session oi the provincial synod of the ecclesiastical province of llupcrtslanil was taken up with an address by Dean Robinson, wardrn ol St. .Ichn's College, 'and the reports of oollcses. Dean Kobinson greatly deplored the lack of native born candidates ior the ministry and gave it as his opinion that the reason was to be found in the desire for wealth, the young Canadians' paying more attenticn lo money than to the service of, God. Tlie feature of the college reports was the report of the new Bmmaiuipil College, Saskatoon, which was [iio-sen.teil by Rev, Principal Llo/d. 'rhis report showed splendid proarcss and was enthusiastically received by the synod, showing the need tot the college and ot its establishment. 'Ihe report oi St. Chad's College, Ftegina, was presented by Archdeacon Dohie and it is stated that since the inauguration of the college tivrnty-three men had received their training. At the conclusidn of the reception of the college reports, Dr. H. M. Speechly congratulated Rev. Principal Lloyd on the splendid account he was able tu s^ive of Kninianu?' Co'c lege in which Dean Robinson joined. GOES 10 EDiflONION PINCHER CREEK MAN GETS AN IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT AT CAPIAL Pincher Creek, Aug. 29. - A. N. Mouat, one of the leading citizens of this town, and the Liberal candidate in the last provincial elootion, will go to Edmonton to reside, having been appointed auditor tor that city. Mr. Mouat is a native of Edlri-bnrgh. He was educated at the Royal High .ichool there, and came to Canada in 1882. lie entered the services of the Hudson's Ray Co. in 1886. From the position of clerk he rose to that of chief inspecting ofTtc-er and later Ijo comptroller. In the latter position, which he held from 1897| to.1005, he had general supervision over all the company's stores from Mattawa, Out., to Victoria, B, C. In 1897 he was called upon to organize a system of handling trade arising from the rush to the Yukon with headquarters in Winnipeg. More recently Mr. Mouat organized Iho Southern Alberta branches for the Swift Canadian Co. Mr. Mouat is a member of the Chartered .\ccount-.onts' As.sociation of Manitoba and of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in .Mbertn. S IHiS "IHE" On tho American continent 1G24 Ian. guages and dialects are spokon. Med;i?.lne Hat,' Awg, 28.-Max Bloom, who Is alleged to havo been defrauding jewelers all oveir the country by protending to be n commercial traveller wltl\ a. hard luck story of having lost money in a' pokor game and wiantli:� loan on secuhty ot Jeiwellu'y^ was aivested here. He has ibeen sent up tor trial. Mrs. Robt. .\\\e.n facefl trial tor oon-gplracy to defraud the creditors of ilier hus'hand who went by name of Robert Leo and who jumped hla ball a tew days ago. The New Suits $17.50t�$35 CheWots. Serges, Striped effects.and Tweeds, made up in the very best possible way; Coats silk lined Ihror.ghout and Jtiade in the popular cutaway style; Skirts plain tailored or sl.'sbtly draped-all in very conservative and wearable styles. The New Coats $15toS35 Beautiful rich cloths are used in these .handsome garments and vaJoes are better by five to eight dollars than those shown during previous seasotts. The new draped and Balk.jn effects are the naost striking of the new styles and are shown in splendid variety. As Usual, Clarke's is the Satisfactory Shopping Place TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN ALL MANNER OF LITTLE THINGS. Hosiery Gloves, Corsets, Underwear, Waists, etc. In complete new stocks and ready to meet all holiday demands. CORSETS-The new models . in D. and A., La Diva, and Gos-sard makes. 95c to $10.00 UNDERWEA.R-All tile wanted summer, fall and winter wei^ts in vests, drawers and union suits. 25c to .$10.00 HOSIERY-Silk. Lisles and Silk-llBles. in black and all colors and sizes. 25c to -$1.25 GLOVES-Silks. Lisles and Kids, in short and long lengths, all stocks complete. 25c to $3.25 NECKWEAR-The latest and most artistic creations in Robespierre, Balkan and Ruffled styles. 25c to $3.00 WAISTS-TaiJ9red Lingerie and Silks in inost correct styUs and perfect fitting models. $1.00 to $7.50 People's Forum jFroitt Ifie HOLLAND HOTEL .�FRIDAY, AUG-UST,15.I915 REGISTJER SATURDAY, AUG-UST 16,1913 THAW'S RESCUERS REGISTERED AT BEACON Flood is the chauffeur who is believed to have driven the poiverful ilercedes c�r in which Thaw eSeoted his escape. SASKATOON COPS FOUR CAUGHT DAYS-THREE ONE IN PAST MEMBERS GANG TWO OF , Saskatoon, Aug. 38.-As he was emerging from a rear window of M. VolanBky's store on First avenue �With a varied assortment of collars, ties, shirts, socks, and half a hundred other articles packed in a coat, Mike Vayiranoi, a Galician, was JUNKDEALER HAD RIVAL'S STORE PAINTED PINK Moose Jaw, Aug. 28.-The now notorious junk dealer, Sara Tadman, had a warrant Issued for his arrest tonight on a charge of hiring a man at $75 to TAKES ANOTHER VIEW L'ditor of The Letbb'.-ldge Herald: Sir,-I wish to voice my objection to tlie use of tb& term "loyal" in speaking of Detective-Sergeant Kron-Ing, who has just resigned from tlie police fCTce. In order to p Pall................ 50^ 5tt) pall ................ BOi lom Pall.........?1.50 Beef Dripping: 3lb Pail.................. 30* 6rb Pall ...... .......... 50* 10lb Pail ............. 95* SauBBBe:- Pure Pork ............. 20* Pork and Beef ......----- 15* Pressed Beef ........... 25* Head Cheese ............ 16^ Head Cheese, 2lbs for ... 25* MUTTON Pep tb. Leg ot Mutton .......... 23* Loin .Mutton .........----- 22* Rib Roast Mutton ........ 20* Shoulder Mutton ........ 16* Stew Mutton ............. 10* PH ............ 23* Chops ......... 20* Loin CI Shoulde PORK r Legs, Whole ............. 18* PiUet End ............... 20* Knuckle End ............. 18* Ijolns, trimrne' best man tailoring. Prices range at $24 and $30 Other Suits at $12, $15 and $20 The Dress Goods and Silk Trade Has Begun Indications Point to a Big Trade in Silks and Velvets for Fall ^ and Winter Gowns This store is well stocked with new diagonal Velours; also silky stripe Velours, Bedford Cords and plain costume Velvets, ranging in price from gOc up to $2.00 , WIDE SILKS ARE GOOD-36 inch Pailettes and Messalines in pretty shades for afternoon or evciiing dresses. Also brighter shades, suitable for petlicoals, or trimmings. Prices per y'lrd............ ...............$i.0(pji^;$i.25 --. V 1 the simpson co. DOMINION BLOCK, Limited FOURTH AVENUE C?6A Friday, August 29, lOls!