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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta vnssuy. NOVEMBER 17. THE LKTHBrtlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN (From Our Own CorraBpoii'lbnt) Champion, Nov. Wreatha Ulatlock returned to Calgary Monday, having spoilt tlio week-end with her paron'.y. F. A. was called to the coast by tho sudden illnuss of his mother. t JIlsB Vera Bclrd returned from Lothbrldgo, where aim has been at- tending high school since September. Miss Baker spent Sunday with lie; parvnt" In Cannangay. Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. Bond, Miss For- est and Hans Rue were visitors in Calgary the llrst ot the week. MISH Stevenson, who has been vlslt- ins her sister, Mrs. Geo. Orr, returned to Calgary Wednesday evening, acconi On- and Albert Weltou. Ira Balrd sold farm, stock ana household goods on Tuesday. He and his family departed Wednesday morn- ing for their new home in Tuscon, Arizona, going by way of Seattle, Salt Lake City nnd Los Angeles. Mrs. llalph Bontl has taken a house in town for the winter. Tho children ot Mr. and Mrs. JOG McGraw aro recovering from their se- vere attack of Illness. When returning home Sunday Mrs. Bond's horse became unmanageable, anil rap. into the fence, turning 80 Quickly as to throw Mrs. Bond out of the rig' The two children who were with her Jumped to escape being thrown also. Fortunately they escap- ed with a few bruises. Tho (lance Tuesday night was quite n success. Those present report a good time. A number of cars have bee ITS FOR (From Our Own Correspondent) .Lomond, Nov. came Thursday morning about five o'clock, nnd the weather lias been cold since and many .think that winter Is coming to command. Tony Armstrong east of here is hav- ing'a sale this week. Mr. Armstrong will be mlsBcd aa very popular and also was a good citizen. .Mr Prlser four miles from town holding a salo on the Ho and ate return in the spring. Mr. Teskey, a local authority has ecelved 34 cars of Fords this sum ner ot which 32 have been sold. Cars are the style these The Ladies' Aid bazaar commenced Mday, there being an entertainment at night, J192 being taken In. Th- lazaar was continued on Saturday. George Porter returned to town-the >ther day. He tells us he worked V Most of th "pulled lays as separator man. machines around have hroshlng being completed. Loinondltes may easily show i received by the elevators so that grain may again be taken In. The shortage o! cars prevented the farmers from getting rid of the grain. The Girl 'Guides and Boy Scouts are giving their concert Friday evening in the church. All are cordially Invited to attend. ONEFOUR NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Onefour, Nov. and snow yesterday. J. K. Wetherelt is breaking on lea Southworth'B claim. W. C. Trainer visited friends near Manyberrlos last week. Frank Chlsholm was over from "2" ranch Sunday. George Whitesel is hauling gasoino jor the threshing outfit at Catchem. J H Wallace ot the-Blacktall ranch Is in Chicago looking a heavy shipment of cattle recently loaded at the Altawan stockyards. Dad Whitesel and L. B. Duncan mo- tored over from New Dayton Sunday in a new'Ford and spent a couple ot days visiting friends and enjoying the prospect of a possible snowstorm. the amount of their enthusiasm for tho Patriotic fund by putting their names on one of the subscription may be located In the local stores. We may be very boisterous over the Patriotic campaign but our words and promises aro poor things for those left behind to live on. Howard Finley left Sunday morning for Lethbridge. From there he wll )roceod to the Rockies where he will kiln his brother in a hunting espedl Ion. His wife and family preceded ilm some time, ago and will live'In Letobridgo during his absence. The town well has been equipped with a pump and watering trough for the convenience ol! people who wish to water their teams. Hftlmer Benson has turned one side ot 'Ais show room into a feed stable. Charley Adams Is going to erect, a. house here which will enable his chil- dren to attend our school. Mr Owens Is erecting a new house In town. He is the C. P. R. agent fiere. Jack Lawler has moved into his new home. Mr. WEAK AND J1RED WOMAN Tells How Vlnol Made Her Stronj Lethbridge women who are weak, run-down and suffer from the conse Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Drue- flits, Lethbridge, much applause from the audience who could hardly hold themselves at- er hearing many of his stirring re- marks. He also asked his audience if hey would be able to look our fight- ng' boys, in the face when they came lome after the war, or would we have o hang our heads In shame knowing that we had not done our little part n the empire's struggle. After lengthy but interesting speech he congratulated us on behalf of our excellent choir who rendered iatrtotlc: music and said that he and he other two members were glad to witness such an interesting crowd and that they would render us all services hat they had In thttr power. Rev. Armstrong then stood up and after a few remarks called for a hearty clap to show our appreciation these gentlemen. A selection was :hen given by the choir entitled, "We Are Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground.'' Then the atidience sang the "Maple Leaf Forever" and ended the enjoy- able evening by singing "God Save the A shortuje in for one day in N. Y., because freshmen were stripped of their clothes by Cornell sophomores, leav- ing the streets strewn with shirts and trousers.. More New Coats and Furs New Styles Moderate Prices Superior Qualities II I Stylish Comfy Furs At Prices to Suit All. Black Wolf Sets, now........ Black Fox Sets, now.......... 45.00 Black Lynx Sets, now......... -15.00 Isabella Dark Brown Fox. Spec- ial value, per set........... Black Persian Lamb, set Natural Wolf, per set.......... Natural Red Fox, set-----...... Hudson Seal, set............. Canadian Dark Coon, set Grey Squirrel, set White Electrified Fox, set-----.. 20.00 Mink Marmot, set............. 15.00 Dark Rat, set for 20.00 fiO.OO 65.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 35.00 33.50 Let Us Show You the Best Boys' Suits and Overcoats Semi-Ready Brand. Suits or Overcoats for big Monarch Brand Suits. Sizes 30 to 35. Per Perfection Brand Suits. Sizes 30 to 35. Per Other Lines for large boys at Monarch Brand Suits for Boys. Sizes 24 to 29. Per Also Lines and Boys' Military Overcoats. Very best Makes, Little Boys' Suits. For ages 2 to 5 years. Some new styles. Very neat and be- coming. Per suit, Seal Plush Coats showing the best variety of. styles, and most interesting values o.t the season. There will be a scarcity, of these coats before the month end, and we would advise early selections. Seal Plush Coats as low as Seal Plush Coats at 29.00 Elegant Seal Plush Coats-at-----45.00 Fur Trimmed Plush Coats..... 35.00 Others at and big range of cloth and tweed coats. All new styles. Clearing at Underwear Will be scarce and ford to get before many weeks. So look after your needs In this line at onoe. A good a..ortment in Watson's line for ladies and children now on hand. Women's Combinations, and 90c Girls' Vests and Drawers.............- 50c, 75c, 85o Men's Combination and 2-piece Underwear, Viking and Wolsey Brand, high grade pure Scotch Wool, up Heavy Fleeced Child- ren's Waists; All sizes 35c Men's Fleece Lined and Drawers. Per suit Fleece Lined Child- ren's Sleepers. All sizes. 75c Boys' Pyjamas. Good quality outing flan- nel. Per suit The SIMPSON Co. LIMITED Girls'and Boys'Toq- ues and Hockey Caps 65c Sweater Coats. Very line qual- and Wool, Cashmere, Cotton and Silk Hosiery in Stock We were fortunate In receiving a large shipment of wool and cashmere hosiery from an English and can supply the genuine a very modir.te price. Women's Pure Cashmere Hose 50c Alsoat65c, 75cand90e; Boys' Heavy Wool Ribbed .............50c, 65c and 75c Girls' Double Knee Cashmere......-. and BSc Men's Pure Cashmere Hose............. 50, 6Qc and 75c Men's Heavy Wool Hose and 50c Boys' Warm Mitts Gloves. All sizes. 75c 50c Blanket Cloth Coat- ings. 54 inches wide. Blue, cardinal, cream and brown." and The SIMPSON Co. LIMITED virtues of a democratic society. He "No more significant memorial could have been presented to the na- tion than this. It eipresses so much of -what is singular ind noteworthy in the history of the country; it sug- gests so many of the things that wo prize most highly -In our life and In our system of governaioat. Haw elo- quent this little house within this thrlno is of the vigor of democracy! There is nowhere In the Innd any home so remote, so humble, that it may not contain the power of mind and heart and conscience to which nations yield and history submits its processes. Nature pays no THE OF DEMOCRACY iA small and seml-baWen Kentucky farm two miles from Hodgenvllle, Kentucky, became a nation's shrine on President Wilson, on behalf of the American people, ac- cented the birthplace of Abraham a gift; from the unooin Farm Association. The rude log cabin where the great emancipator was born IB now housed in an imposing granite memorial building, with a endowment fund to keep It In permanent repair. In his speech the memorial, President Wilson made Lincoln's career the oc- taslon tor aloquHt passage on the aristocracy, lubscribes to no creed of caste, renders fealty to no monarch or moster of any name or kind. "Genius Is no snob. It does not run after titles or seek by preference the high circles of society. It affects humble company as well as groat: It pays no special tribute to univer- sities or learned societies or conven- tional standards of greatness, but serenely chooses Its own comrades, its own life of adventure and of training. Here Is proof of it. Tills little hut was the cradle of one of tho great sons of men. a man of singular, de- lightful, vital genius, who presently emerged upon. the great stage of the nation's history, gaunt, shy, ungainly, but dominant and majestic, a natural julcr of mtn, himself, inevitably, the central figure of the great plot. "No man can explain this, but every man can see how It demon- strates the vigor of democracy, where every door Is open, in every hamlet, and countryside, In city and wilder- ness alike, for the ruler to emerge when he will and claim his leadership In tho free life. Such aro the au- thentic proofs of .the validity and vitality ot democracy. "Here no less, Sides the mystery of democracy. Who shall guess this se- cret of nature and providence and a free policy? Whatever, the vigor and vitality of the stock from which he sprang, its mere vigor and soundness do not explain where this man got his great heart that seemed to com- prehend all., mankind in Us catholic and benignant sympathy, the mlna that sat enthroned behind those brood- ing, melancholy eyes, whose vision, swept many a horizon which those about him dreamed not mind that comprehended what it had never seen and understood the language of affairs with the ready ease of one to the manner that nature which seemed in its varied richness to he the familiar of man of every way of life. This' is tlio sacred mystery of democracy, that its richest frulta spring up out of soils -fthich no man has prepared, and in circum- stances amid which they are least ex- pected. This is'a placo-allke of mys.- tery TRY A HERALD WANT AD. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 414 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. ;