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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 11, 1913. THE IiETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALB Page 9 i Just Four More Busy Sale Days This has been a WONDERFUL Sale-wonder- ful for the amount of business done, wonderful for the bargains given, and stilt more wonderful for the immense crowds who have made the business and bargains possible. But four days remain for you lo share in the bargain festiual-everuday'sees the end of bargains like these-get your share tomorrow, Thursday may be too late. Hose, now 25c pr. to Bias Corsets for 95c 1 5c Prints, Fast Colors, per yard 9c 20 per cent off all Ladies' Sweaters 30c ancJ 35c'Cotton Eiderdowns 25c Children's 35c ami 4Qc Hosiery 2Sc IQcaud I5c Pearl .Buttons, doz. 5c and Dress Goods, yd.'57c and Nightgowns for and' Sample Silk p.c. off Best Ladies' Shoes in City 1 MusliivfoE 9c Only a 'few of the Snaps for business. An exlrsi staff .employ- ees engaged for this Conie in the .morning if at all possible. MILADI EDITED BY PHONEI Kit 1111 I'ciccK'.sl Ihtu KOt Hie process ol tbc year, How tlic lour seasons in four forms i cv'ry share ItcseiiitiLnj; human lilc they wear1! Kprilij; firit, "'lilt infancy, shoots cut her bead, Wilh juirt requiring to be fed; I'roreediug onuard v hence ihe year tegan, The Summer grcius adult, ripens i inlo Autumn succeeds, a soler, tepid iff, I Not froze ivilh lear, nor" boiling rage Mr. and Mrs will spend their licmcyr.njou fu Cal- Kary. Winnipeg; anJ Toioato. altrr they will ifsidt in CLUBS AND SOCIETIES i Conducling a Real "CUT PRICE1? Sale J20 was hy Si. Mary's jt, their Jutnhle yesterday afternoon. Afternoon tea seri'- jacis0n Mrs. KorJ be- ;nj Me bataar has been postponed on account of tte illness 1 Oj Auiold. The hostesses at Last, Winter creeps with lardy )hc nesl ivill be Mrs Turner and Mrs. Wasbbrook. lace. front, and fmrowci! is hi Mrs. W. S. Hall MI! ttfo littli laughters ban.- relurwxl from an emlcil trip cast. Mrs. Frank llcdley will be hosiess il a cliain tea loir.orrow in connex- ion with Ladies' Aid. Thf regular meeting of the Centra HV. C, T. U. will lie h-hl oa Thurs- aiterr.oon at 3.3') sharp with Mrs.'McClehajlian. As the prfsiden has bfcn'ed out o town, the meeting is tailed al Mis McClenafchanV, and a full attenJanci is requested. Mrs. Albert Arnold, who under; went a serious operation at.the Cialt lospitnl yesterday, is doing as well can te expected umler the circum- stances. C. A. Stephras anil children c.vpef! to leave in a couple ot weeks to spend three months in Detroit and other eastern points. .Mrs. C. Leader anil daughter, Phjllis, M'ho were guests ivith Mrs. Haer, have eone (o Medicine Mat, "the Individual; the wa 'the subject takeu under three headings, the cauSe, trealmrat ai renicdv. al Wesley I'pworth I.eag lasl evening. Five or sis papers i various aspccls of the subject wer read and discussions Ip IdwcJ. This was one of tl.e scrie heing led by Mr. H. Craig "Applied Christianity." 5 Z :Thc regular mctling ol the A. P. A. of "St. Cyprian's Church held last fvenicK loot the lorm ol a mK- SPECIAL MID-SEASON SALE OF CARPETS ARKMAUKAH1.F SALE ol carpeis ami rugs. A eale sacli as you expect at the end of the season, rather than lu midst ot it. Jusi another fo'jr Uays lefi to buy at pale prices. Every rug Cdrja-t is marked al tciar-ting prices. TEin quality in each instance is unquestionable, if you are in uee-d of or rugs of aoy kind you cannot affoid to miss Oils opportunity, spate: dc not permit a complete list. Here are a few: Special line of Seamless Axminsters N'ol many ol thete seamlcts Axmin- sler rugs left. JMue, green and red incJal- lion (-fleets in rich, heavy yile. A very ser- viceable at less Ihao you usually pay tor a taptslry 7-1! x9 120.00 for 3xlO-C J30.00 Low pricings on heavy Brussels Rugs Heavy quality UlusEels russ in fawii and isi-L'en tloral designs, all standard ir.akts. Jusl six of there left to sell. A rug for dluiug room or This week while Ihey last Ul9 J22.M for 9HO-C for 9.02 !2T.50 for ___....... _ whci'c reside in future. 31r. sionsry night." Alter the rrjular I.f.-iucr cainc from llrdicinc Hat i line business, tlic lolloping program on a short tltry accom- panied him home. vas given: Canon JIcMlllen (tavc an in- structive talk On .'.'Car.ada, from a 31iislonarjr Slanilpoint." Miss Wariier reaJ a'i iolcresting paper on the work ol lire .first bishop in the diocese ol Caledonia. Mr. K. S. Jackson icad with fine .Miss Canning lo, l.elhbriilse expression !'Tlie Law 6! the Yukon." early ID the summer irom Cleveland A trie! sketch was given of the the The in receipt ol a tele- gram from .Syracuse, N'. Yl', stating tliat Miss Annette .Canning and Mr. Arthur liarnsley nctc married .tliere ye.sterday. ati'l there then commenced the ro-. mancc which was ia Syr.icuse A host ol friends in this city, will cxtcn'J.. 1'party good to Mr. and Mrs. Harnslly. s Mr. and Mrs. A. Levitt .were j surprised uy twenty-eioht of their and work oi Bishop Honipas in lat north, The Guild ol Church held I splendidly atlenrled mceHiig last night, 'when progressive games arid-exinlests Mere played at twelve-tables.. Vocal Miss Dieseth and [friends last nleht, who dropped in lo Mr. MaC-Gougan. and tan igslrumental help celebrate the tenth anni- duel by-Miss Mr. Campbell Aird were niuch'enjoyed. t--- ot -tfainty.reireshinents SEVERAL FINE STRUCTURES EITHER WRECKED OR BURN--L BURNED GENERAL CAMPAIGN London, N'ov. snHfa- versaty of. their wedding. Kuchre was played at seven the layers Ijcing won by Mrs: Gle.iis- ler, Mrs. Jenninjb.'Mrs. Iluiner and Messis. Jennings, Ueattie; ana- Ulcn- ncr-llasSett. A pleasing feature-was the'presen1 of an address, read by. Mr, Glenister, accompanied by the Rift-.of; a teauliiul umbrella stand, from -the giicsls present. The servins of inviting viands con- ctdsed a thoroughly. dcEightful ing. i T -About- seventy people were in at- tendance al the Parish Association of St.' Auguslin's Church last even- ing. The eveningiwas spent in pro- gressive games, something different each table, and, judging irom the sounds of merritneat.-throughout the everyone had a good time. Light refreshments .were served tp- .words the close of the. after fTh'c marriage of Miss Mary Will- which a jolly hop was enjoyed.- not to Mr.-A. .McN'augMon was sol-1 The next meeting fwo weeks Irom climbed in the K'irsl llapfist Church last night, will he o.f. a musical nn- ycsterilay atternoon by the Rev. D. ture. Heavy Velvet Stair Carpet Faun velvet carpc-t in rich fawn, b'liie and green F'ersmu cl- fect, neat design, 27 in. wide, hard wearing 4 9 C Heg. SHO yard.. 9 I wW Persian design Axminster Persian depfgn in heavy ijjle Axminster carrot, suitable for hall or stairs. Kiel) coloring ol blue, and fawn with a touch of red. Regular Per yard Axminster Hearth Rugs AxmiDster mats in inotiled ef- fects, with dainty bordered- cnda. A splendid bedroom rug that will harmonize with any color. Sizn 27x51 Eai-h Wilton and Axminster Rugs Our entire range of Axmir.ster and rugs. Fawn, green and blue cot- brings. Persian Orientals and floral de- signs Sizes from 4-Cs7-G to 9x12. Prices SI" 1.25 to Brussels Rugs Brussels rugs ID fawn, green and blue oriental conventional and floral designs. All good qualities. A very pleasing range to select Sizes 4-6x7-5 to Sale Trices to ese Mattings Japanese mattings, one yard wide, in green, tan and mixed effects; Good qualities. Reg- ular values up to -Me per yard, nil' one price for this sale. Per yard Axminster Rugs HalfPrice One only green Aiunlnster nig.' in heavy two-toned A uandsoma .ilrawing room or liring room rug. -Just half price for tills sale... Stzo 9-10s is-i. 510.00 eon QQ Art Squares Union and all wool _ art squares, all colors. Every rug at sale., price. Good reliable manufacture. Suitable for bed- rooms, Irving rooms, etc. Size 7-CX9 to HUDSON'S the pleasant event. Me N AU lelt and Sainsbury, cross; Mr. J.R. Scott, cut Hoivers family, Fleur At. Lis piljow ;-Mounted Police, "K" Lethbridge Veler- ans Brigade, wreailh; Mrs. Ciiamp- ness and Mrs. N'cale, white chrysan- heintims. MR. PALMER WILL TEST JUDGE SIMMONDS1 'ON A TECHNICAL POfNT were at wort in An appeal hasTtocn entered m.thn Supreino Courl'uy J. H. Palmer.'so-i llcitor Eoi- the accused, against the scvcrnl parts oi the Hritish Islqs rulins In lhs Tony Comharil case, tirlr -today. hcaril in the falfassizes wee'K. Cactus lloase at Alexandra liombard was founJ eulllv 'nnd sen- I'arV, Manchester, containing a .col-l tphced to twenty-live- months. valued at was wreck-1 The grounds for appeal nro said to rd by a borab. Ncgbrook, a fir.c man-, be that Mr. Justice Simmons' was In sion near llrislol, was badly ilanug-icrrur in proceeding with Ihe hearing cJ by fire. Tho Bowling anil Tennis :nr iho: t-xa of the three chniBcs Club Cattonl, south of 1.on-. after the defence had been given per- was burned down. On the mission io change Its pica of of all these outrages suffragette j guilty" on all three charfies to litrratiire and petroleum cans were i "Guilty" on the third aiiii mine.' found Mil no cluo. lo.'tlic identity ql charge. The 'defence ho'.ils that Ibis SUSPENDED-THE BROKERS FOR FIVE YEARS' ttc criminals.'. Kidney Bladder Troubles Chroolo Sufferers Always Find.Relief From Dotes. If vou nro bothproil with backache -or'rlitumallsrn, have dlsngroeable, annoying bladuer or urinary disor- ders lo contend sutler wilh my other of. Iho many miseries that .01119 from woak kidneys, hero is a ranlecd remedy- yen cat! depend upon il is ixwlllvu .that Croxonc prompt- jy overcomes such disorders. II soaks rlglit in, ckann oul the .loppcri np.lildnejs and makes them ?.nd out llift poisonous w-islc nailer from Wood. H neutralizes inJ dissolves the uric acid lhal lodg- In Jolfila. and muiclca, causing -iienroatlsni; nnd llio. IcllcMo linings ot Iho bladder. iMore than a few doaes of Croxonc ire seldom rorjulrod lo relievo oven he iong stnndlr.g cases. you will find Oroiooo tnliroly dif- crenl from all other remedies. II Is :o prepared that It la practically Im- lOHlhlo fo talio H without results. An .rlginal pnckago costs but. o Irille, iiiil-Voiir dniggls( Is auihoriMd to re. urn tho p'jrcr-atot price If Croxont alia to glvo Iho .desired resiills the ...I tlmo; .icl.lon vltlalcs Iho trial on the two more serious charges. Tho appeal will bo heard before tho Court Kn nanc al .some dale in the near future.' Asquith Stands by Monroe Doctrine (Continued From Front Mr. Aeqiillh conclwlcrt thnl {here were signs on the horizon portending an inevitable slackening In (he vol- ume find velocity of the tide oE traHc. There liad tecn'inlfiation almost cv cryivlierc.of, cosily schonies of aocinl reform, and cddUlon io of wenlth and hijnian material in act- ual warfare, there had been an unprc- ccdcntcd addition Irtlh on land and aca of of organized Ic- Caw, local agent, for Risen player piano for lodge ro'oui a Mason use. in tha tlslmdgc, Ont., Xov. Michael.O'Xefil. 105 years olit today, received tho Hrsl let- ler given oyl from tho new poal olfice "al tJxhrldgo. The letter was from Premier Dor- j :len, aiid was congratulations on his coming 10.6th birthday. COWANS- SOLID CHOCOLATED MAPLE BUDS >fi.e funeral, ol thejafc Henry Ten D'anl wiilch loof morning one ol ttie'inosl'iniriressive eve in the city. honors "were accocdcd the. deceased Crimcai veteran who has made history in Southern Alberla. r'TliC lur.eral w-as unique in-that the remains 'were carried by the pall bearers ns a mark oi deep -respect. The coflin" was draped wilti Hie Un- ion Jaci and surriiounted br tho vcleran's helmet and s-.vord. s Led by Ihe. the pro- cesshm left uudeitaliing parlors at 10.30. 'SiJteen veterans- preceded Ihc pall bearers, .also veler- ''.ans, carrying Ihc remains. CoI.-Wil- "f I son and a numher'of-officera of the '.lit. N. M. P. also'forraed a part "of Hie procession. In Ihe rear were spine 25 or more ot the city's timers who Hiarctied, -thus showing llielr respect for or.c who liad heen .in" Southern Alberta when it was yet barely fcnonn to Ihe. outside world. -A-large number of reb.tives ar.d friends ol Ihe detcascd came, tip from Coulls lasl.nighl to be In af the ceremony. mass hail been chanled al St. Patrick's Church by Her. Fnttier iiosenlhal, Ihe hndy- was taken lo the depot where il was sent cast this 6llcrnoon''lor interment, at Winnipeg The pall bearers were 0. Wei ler, A. lialton Canning, Mr. Webb Mr. Kmery, Asquith and Wan Floral Tributek i Dr. and Mrs. i'alton.'n'rMth Mrs J. II. Scotl, wreath ;-Co-workers a Sweet Orasf and Coitlls, liar" Mr and Mrs. A. Hart, cross j Mr, ar.< 'Iiir, .nnd Mrs. Fit t Patrick; crossed (iras; Messrs. But CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Final Court of Revision on Voters last Tlic itmlcr-inentioiicil applicants lo be placed on the Voters List are hercljy notified (hat tho final Coiivt.of Revision on Ilio.Voter's List will lio held in (lie Council Olmmber on Fryluy ,tuc day'of Noy- ombcv, 1913, at 2 o'clock 1VM. Alexander, John Alton. Thomas Wilson, W. .1.. UfttOTB Hlock, Hyrom, Mary Cosman, llonrr Hone, B. W. Hone, A. B. Chari.-s Hall, Ralph Hager, M. Hall, Mrs. Uacker, llerhert .Tarvis, Krneal l.ovfe, C. A. Morrlsy, James Moody, .lohn VrDonald, Donald McCurdy, Miss M. Newton, John Parrolt, If. Polacko, Sieve Teesdale, Thomas; Tallon. John T. Tallon, Johd Wlllets, James Willet, Mr. llancoek, J. Mullin, J. W. Oeo. rtqjg, Charles Tailor, II, W. Sharman, Chirlollc JIcDonald, Sarah Wheeler, Wallace Youni, Jlalcolm Brown, Thomas Slarlis, Oeo. John Delbrldge, II. J. (Irani, C. Aird, Miss Brymner, R. T. In consequence, of tho apitlicants not giving sufilcient (iunlavs or reasons for llib Council to discern their qiiaiiiicatipiis ac- cording to the Clmvlcr, il is Jieccssnry that they appear hrperson agent. .KOB1NSOX.. ClerFoi'thc Court. ;