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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TIN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909. J Is" I I 1 I 1 f V I o I 1 I I O I 2> I s 1 I I tf Hudson's Bay Co. We are Headquarters for Furs and Fur-lined Garments for Men, Women and Children. Don't be misled by cheap catch offers of inferior furs, when you can get the very best products of the world for a few dollars more. Our goods will stand the most minute inspec- tion. We have been in the fur business nearly 300 years, and understand every detail. Our garments are made from the finest selected furs by expert mechanics. Style and finish guaranteed Women's Fur-Lined Coats Made- of higli grade imported broadcloth; lined with fine quality Alaska sable collars. to Made of the best grade of imported broadcloth. Lined with fine quality muskrat f mink collars and revers. All sizes; Prices, each, to Men's Department MEN'S FUE LINED of the best black imported Melton cloth, splendidly tailored in every-particular. lined with, fine muskrat, gen- uine otter collar, made in the latest style from selected skins. A coat for a king ....___......................'-----..................'.'. A SIMILAR fine Persian lamb collar............... MEN'S'RACCOON selected skins-, perfect in every de- tail.......................................... 'and BLACK to MEN'S ADJUSTABLE Persian Lamb....................... River Mink........................... Sable Dyed Rat MEN'S FUR Persian and Musk and Shore Mink Cheaper Lines to MEN'S Seal Otter Wombat Black I We Can Tie The Province With a beautiful as- sortment of Silk and Satin Ties. The lat- est make and styles from 25c. to SPECIAL SALE Of all Wool and Union Carpet Squares still goes merrily on Make1 vow homes cosv and comfortuWe for winter. UNION SQUARES Uxuoii yds.. for............... Union Squares, 3 1-2x3 1-2 yds., for......... Union Squares, 3x4 yds., for............ ALL WOOL SQUARES ..........S5.00 3x3 yds., Reg. for 3x3 1-2 yds.. Hog, for 3x4 yds., licg, for A Splendid Assortment of BRUSSELLC Squares Just Arrived EXCITING TIMEMN THE COURT :Uou can save. by buying in both Iron tad I I I Paris, Xov. smart look- ing women were anxious to get an entrance to the gloomy stifling: court cashmere and the cotton crepes the peplum does away with all un- white pique. The pattern is in 3 ed her hands in mute .pro- are suitablc for reproduction. The necessary fullness at the waistline sixes, 13 to 17 years. For a miss of test. pattern is in '1 sizes, 32 to 44 inches and insures a neat, trim years the dress will require" -At the conclusion, of his description i measure. For 36-inch bust the sook, cambric, longcloth.and crossbar, yards of material 2-1 .inches wide. "72-. of the night scene when the widow j sacj, require -i yards of material are all used in the making. The nat- yards 27 inches wide, f> yards ,35 made her- False statement to theiour-j20 mcnes .yards her her 58; nalist-s, the prosecutor said can't tell the truth because guilty." The defendant half rose from seat and then sank back buryin face in her hands. M. Riolle dwelt particularly upon the tell-tale ink stains which the two persons who examined the injuries of of Madame Steinheil claimed to have found upon her knee. The prosecutor said that during the scuffle in the step-mother's room, the ink was spill- ed, both upon the victim's bed and upon the accused. As the prosecutor concluded his j resume of the evidence against- the. j defendant. M- Aubin, jumping to his feet, exclaimed, "Dare you upon your conscience, name the accomplices at; whom you have been hinting through- j out your argument. Were they Mari- j etta and Alexandre Wolf The spectators who had awaited; eagerly for just such bits of by-plav, j burst into applause. When quiet was restored M. Riolle said, "7 decline to j i answer." j Neither Marietta Wolf nor her son; Alexandre were in the court room to- j day, and there was a rumor that j j they might be arrested to-night. j 1 The judge advocate argued that j the pretend burglary might have been been suggested by a similar and cele- j brated case which occurred near her i home when Mme. Steinheil was still j a girl the disappearance from a He- j brew theatre on the night of the tragedy of the three gaberdines hej dismissed as a simple coincidence. He) declared that the rumors of political j personages being compromised bv the] prosecution of the case was non- sense, and added. 'IThjs the defence J cvill not denv." 2-1 inches tern is in. 7 sizes 32 to 4-1 inches bust'inches wide, yards 32 inches wide I wide, 3 yards 27 inches wide, 2-Jr measure. For .30-inch bust the corset or 4 yards 54 inches with she yards 36 inches wide or 2 yards 42 cover .will .require 1 yard of material yard of contrasting material 2? inch- inches wide; 1-J yards of ribbon and 3f> inches wide or yard 421 inches es wide for. collar and yards of 2 yards of edging. wide, with 31 yards of edging. braid to trim. Price of pattern, 10 cents. Price of pattern, 10 cents.- Price'of pattern, 10. cents. Edison Phonograph Formerly a Member of the British House of Commons, is en a Visit to New York, is Anxious to Know What the House of Lords Will do When the Budget Comes Up. TRUS7ZE RESIGNED ii i Georgian Bay Canal Scheme I Medicine Hat, Nov. serv- in'-- s; ven with honorable distinc 1 ti n in the Medicine Hat school board j during five of which he was chair- j men. J. Brotherton tendered his I resignation last night. His duties as organizer of the Royal Templars of ________ Temporaries for the pwvince compel his from city to an ex- London. Nov. 11-Sir Robert I'er.-w j to cause him to decide on the has received advices from Ottawa i course stated. which encourage expectation that the j At. the annual mating of the Medi- Canadian ministers arc prepared to .cine H.-j Liberal association -last adopt an attitude of more practical nkfm. Dr. Oliver Boyd was eU-cted sympathy with the Georgian Bay Ca-j president; Messrs. W. A. Burton and cal scheme, especially in view of thejC. S. Pi-gle vice presidents; L. W. outlook for Canadian finances. Mr. iMerman, seert-rary-treasim-r: and Perks, who is revisiting Canada short j Crawt'ord. F. G. Footer, James Cain, ly, in a letter to his. Lincolnshire j G. White and J. G. Miller, execu- constituents, today names his newj tw- committee Canadian business as the prime rea- j yrank young found guilty' this son for his decision not to seek 'e-j mornjng Of stealing r. fur overcoat election. Ho aiso strongly opposes j from of H w Ireland the Socialistic tendencies of Lloyd-1 and afterward? dis- Creorge and Winston Churchill. Mr. J sn'nie. He gave his vesi- Perks says, "T have arranged to take aj.: anii was ro- Do you know how much you are losing by not owning; an Edison Phonograph This instrument was made for you by Mr. Edison. It is intended.to bring music into your home. It will help you entertain your guests. It will amuse you during your leisure hours. It will help you to bring up your family to love music. This is what Mr, Edison meant when he said that he would like to see a Phonograph in every home. How can you let any consideration of money stand in the way of your owning one of these great enter- tainers? The Phonograph will so much more in return for the money than you can get by spending it in any other way. Do not take our word for it. Go to a dealer today" and hear the Edison Phonograph play the Amberol Records, and you will know why we are so positive that you cannot afford to do without it. Edisor. Phonographs SS.50 to 5162.50 Edisca StaucUrU ICccorus 40c Edison Am'oerol Records (twice as lone) 65c Edison Grand Opera Records 85c There Sdison dealers everywhere. 60 to the nearest and hear the Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard and Amberol Records. Get catalogs from your dtakr or from us. Nittionn! 100 N, i, U. S. A. active part; in construction of great mandcd for public works in Canada which make very considerable demand upon j my time and.'compel me to make fre- quent visits to Canada, generally atj thrwhmg machine wo.s the He Itrnes wnen parliament is m, scs-i _ sion." A prairie fin: ov.r bushels of "grain on P.. K. Searle's Ira-ioh on Satvsrdnv. J. "F. was fined nr.d costs. In a Poll or Tub made of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One a Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without Hoop or Seam. Many Features are Yours, too. when you Positively in getting Eddy's. AH Good Orocers can supply you. Always, Everywhere, in Canada, ask for EODfS MATCHES. A concert, will be sivon in the ing Geraidi-, the celebrated Italian ditdrium of Wesley Church Thursday J tenor assisted by a violinist and pta- night, the 1.8th inst, under the aus-jnist. Further announcement will pices of the Choir by Seignor Benn- given ;