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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Novcinlw 21, E DAILY MAGIC BAKING POWDER "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Rea. .1116 ;ENRAGED HUNTSMAN ATTEMPT- ED "TO TAKE THREE LIVES FOf? ONE DOG Nov. A. Kos- Lot mo look always forward. Never back. ,s I not fornScd for progress? Other, '.wise With onward pointing feet and search- -Ing uyes -1-> Would God have set me squarely on the track i..i Up all must-labor with life's liack? Yonder the goal of-aH this travel lies. What matters It if yesterday the skies With light or-withclouds were black? I would not lose tomorrow's glow of dawn By peering, backward after Suns long set; r" New hope is fairer'than ;bld' regret. Let me pursue my 'journey press Nor tearful-eyed, stand' in one spot, A briny'statue1 like 6t Lot. Wheeler WUcox. Mr.. George. }Vhelen Is spending a Grassy.-Lake.. Hostesses tomorrow' .Mrs. .12. A. Ewert. i Mrs. '.J. when her sister, a prominent business, man, his .Mjj.g of.i Dianio'nd .City llospi- leader of the wju rcceivc.wifch.herr society set, and'.George- kellocti, -f i 'their blTauffcur; were shot yesterday j an hunter, after the auto-> [.mobile in which they were en route. for Erie had -run bvei a dog with; which the hunisiimu was hunting rah- Mrs. Kellogg is (lays :bits west r jwith friencis in Mrs. Foster was severely' wo'uiuJccl about the face and head by shot from j Thomas Taylor, who. been [the. Run in the bands ill for. the past, week; to be up; ;.-torhis, 25 years old, a milkman." aroiiml v o[ her left eye is endangered: land physicians say if she recovers the) Mr wcstera Inspector- nl the I wounds will riiar.hcr face. The chauf-; Unjon spe-nt yesterday at the ifeur escaped' with flesh wounds. Pas- ]ocai branch. briiis was. reman fled without bait. He, is charged'with shooting with intent j fy'to kill; He.clnims the shooting was' 'VaceidetilalV Fort Nov. :Is a famine in but it has not :ji.ffectcd the prices in Fort William, X; ;nnil it "will not, until, the 'assured between aiicl tons, is .exhausted. The local 'price was advanced today SS.25 to per ton, -but this ;advance only .covers -tthe advaifce-iii ;i'reight rates due to the fact that the -dealers were unable to obtain cargoes -for shipment before the approach .the close o[ navigation. Telegrams' received today frbih' flic operating coal companies are to the effect that, cargoes- "for imni'edifiite thipmeiit .cannot be at P'M- a'rid-'no' attempt is'made-'to say the desired quantities can be 'supplied. Local ;dealei's have stopped west, and will make every ef- fort to insure an adequate local sup- ply. There-is, however, Hulo doubt that the fainlne will seriously affect 'communities. Two cargoes, of between and -'000 tons, rtli-e way up the lakes 'now, and famine prices 'will not be- come effective., here until the stocks -now on haiid, -and the assured incom- ing supply is exhausted. On the in- cargo freight rates have becii :advanccd the -6 cents which appears .iin the retail price of coal today. Local .dealers are unable tn predict any degree of certainty further and are, therefore, mak- ;ing no predictions. is barely jjps- sible fhat ther.e'will ho no 'snbscnuent 'advance hero. It depends largely on whether, the .consumption will bo larger than 'the supply. If flVii'coaT Iras to he brought in by ,rail, It. will cost the advanced freight rate, plus whatever adva-Dce there may be in Uva cost. Tho famine is said to bo'rtuoj.o tlie strike of a year jago, which materially reduces thc out- put, of the mines, OIK! the normal in- in consumption. Graduates of Queen's University to be in Turkey are: Hev. .A. :MaoLachlan, Rov. .T. C. Me- jNaughton, Hardlzng; Mr. La'wreiico, Mactrallum, Smyrna; 'alias Gordon, Mar-ash; Hev. Jlodosto. Sarkis Miss Gladys who was in the Gait hospital with nervous prostra- tion, is able to be out again. The engagement, is announced of Norma Evelyiv daughter of. 31r. and Mrs. John Anderson, London, Ont., to :Dr. Robert C. .Carroll, Calgary." The marriage'will take place in December. The engagement'is 'announced fa Montreal of the.-Hon. Wlnnit'red Ayl- eldest daughter of Lord and L-ady'Aylmer of Queen's Bay, Koot- enay Lakes, IV C.; wa, to Perry Leakc, of Wales. 1 ;Mrs- IT- Harris, of Bow Island, Mrs. A. Hall. den.' Kight guests were hid- A number of local artistes assteteVl at the concert given in Carmangay last evening, under the auspices .of the Anglican Church. Miss Elaine Conybearc, did some, clever -dancing, anil also rendered some "vocal selec- tions in splendid voice. Miss Nellis Buncombe delighted, audience 'with her expressive readings, while Miss Josie Ha'wltey accompanied in her own inimitable manner. The girls were chaperoned by Airs. J-. Emerson Hodgson. i Mrs. Nicholson entertained at a bright "kitchen shower" on, Monday afternoon in honor of Miss GeoTglfi Bulling, whose marriage ,to Mr. Carl Morse takes -place on Saturday. Tlie pretty tea table, decorated with broad bands -of pale mauve satin rih'hon, was centred by a basket of mauvje and yellow chrysanthemums, while corsage homjuets of orchids and lilies of the valley marked tlie places of those presiding. l' t Miss Georgia Bulling was the guest of honor of a luncheon given Monday by Mrs. K. C. Allen. The table -was centred with, mauve chrysanthemums. Free Press. Howick flail, Ottawa, was -ilie scene Friday night of a very brilliant gaUierhiK, who, at the kind invitation oC Col. J. W. Woods and the officers of tlie Governor-General's Foot-Guards were there to- listen to. the delightful concert given by the regimental iban'd. The hall was very handsomely ar- ranged and very comfortable, and all present were charmed with the very pleasant evening they had spent. Their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess Coanaught and the Princess Patricia of Connaught, with Miss Pelly and Miss Adam, ladies-Ui- waitiiig; Col. H. C. Major Rivers-Bulkley, .A.D.C., Capf. -Worth- ing ton, and their guests, Sir Montague and Lady Allan, .of Mont-: real, occupied the royal box; The Duchess of Connaught was uamlsonte-' ly gowned in dark green satin withj an over dress of -black jetted net, aadi Princess Patricn veij mj and' mother, Mrs. 0. A. Cairulhers.j! a gown of blue satin draped v.'itli j cerise 'chiffon. Miss .P.elly' was black with a'wkle cerise scarf. MiEf Adam ('wore a gown silver grey velvet, and Lady Allan; was in black net and lace with .a corsage bouquet. of. arrived in the cityi yesterday and are the guests ol Mr.1 and Mrs. LJishop Hamilton, of Japan, 'who was a guest with Rev. Canon j'oficrimson roses. Clubs and Mrs. C. Leader, 321 Sixth A., H., will entertain the.Oxfdrd Ivu: Mrs. McMillen 'during his stay in the cltlb iomorrow evening, city, left this morning for Calvary to j rejoin Mrs- Hamilton en route hack! to'their work in Japan, 'Word lias from Mrs.! G. H. Tinning, who was called to St- John on account of the illness-of bis sister, that she is Improving rapidly. Mr. Tinning expects .to return .home in u week's time. Congratulations are. due Mrs. Bish- Flowcr Guild pay their weekly visit to the Gait- hospital at; three o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The Wesley Ladies' Aid society held a well attended meeting yesterday af- ternoon. Details were worked out. witii regard to the sale work-J which will be held on December 5th. The Sunday school of the First opp, UPC IMiss-NVK, Davy, who has-tist, On Third Avc., will boldjjj been awarded the prize, in a literacy a licxt night, Nov. asjjl competition conducted by the Family ,0 [rom the tclhbridgc Herald, the weekly issue of the Mont- delegates to the Sunday school real Star. The award was for ventioii held in Canary' last week. essay on "How to make the Thc. SHpCriutcndcin', teachers, and school a place where children love to Of tiie sciiool extend U and Mrs. Bishopp was successful; invitation to imreiils ami out ol Ihrcc" hundred contestants. J friends. Program, reports, music and !refreshments. Master James Lcary, Tvlio 'was op-t crated on for appendicitis on Mon-j day, passed a gootl night, and is doing J Of Interest to Worn en i Mrs, 1. Hooper entertained just a friends informally at the ten. hour yesterday, in honor of Mrs. !tosst oC Nova Scotia, who is a house guest with her sister, Mrs. Menzics, Hailey says, "Kindness is There is none in Jifo but, and may and since politeness -is often Just another name for kindness, perhaps a few words'regarding streeij car ma-nncrs may not. be amiss, that the si rod railway system is a 1 Ben "Wood, of Swift feature of OUT city. ._ 1 Rather aniiising, isn'i. it, to soeiu who is escorting a lady, 'with tho most intention in' tho step to let hPr get off ahead bl him. A gentlenia'ii always 1ml y off ji car in order assist her in alighting, while he fol- lows her in geui'tij? on to sec ttirit shti is in the city visiting his mother, Mrs. Wood, who underwent a serious oper- ation in (ho Galt'Hospltal'some time ago. Mrs.-Wood is progressing favor- ably. .Mrs. Owen Delay was a tea-hour hostess complimentary to IIGT house guests, .Mrs. C. A. Car- rutheirs Mrs. Howcil Harris, and Misses Dixon, of..London, .Eng- land, who arc the house guests of The Reason Why You put into every article you experience, knowledge and skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking; Powder oiir supremest effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking .Powder as. we do in its manufacture, you will order every time, because it is always unjforrhly invariably certain in results. in safely OTI the car before it starts. Crowding and jostling to get on pr off a street CUT are always unpardon- able. No matter how- big the crowd, there is no daiitver of Iho car starting unlit all are on, or oil, as the case may be, and crowding simply .retards nuitttrs, a-nd is withal 'exceedingly riulo. A mistaken idea of- kindness is oa'rritH! out when-n-sentlcmnn getting on u car just, behind a lady iiislHtu on liaying he" fare. Of course if she. is a friend- it is rpiUc alright, -biit. -a girl (loos not, wish to be under a perfectly o'liiigation to a mere bow- ing acquaintance. A lack of courtesy In displayed when two ladies Htand ar.miing in tho vestibule of a. ear, iiH'lo who shall put in the fares, whon pnasilily a number of people are wailing 10 gut ihroiiHh. Did you ovor notice how difficult M of ton in to get movf, up in a car sit as lo pnivciii, ii co-'igo.siioii at tli'! mar, in snile of tho emulmMor'x gt'iillc n 'monstrances to "move on, A breach o." IB often shown FMDMAND SATURDA .'.When we use the word Specials it means that you are able on days to secure the articles you need and intend to buy at a greatly figure; so read this advertisement carefully and then shop early. You knoui your-needsand'.we can supply them, y Winter Underwear The well-known Ellis Spring Needle Natural wool underwear. .Winter ribbed, full fashioned. Size to regular .52-.50; Special per .suit .....I Work Shirts MOIL'S Tail jtnii Urfiy Drill Work Shirts, with colored pin over stripe. Splendid shirt for hard usage. Sizes '1'4 54 to 17. Reg- iilar Soc; Special Wool Half Hose Men's Heather Mixture Scotch Fingering half hose ''Alj of mending wool to nutob Regular value Special pi ice, 5 pulri for Boys'Pants Boys' Odd Pantb in good dark patterns, made fioni fine qumlitr, Tweeds and Straight panti Sizes 24 to 82.------ Regular value 00, Special per pair House Furnishings Exceptional values in Curtain Scrims. A -great-aBSortinent-of these in colors.of ivory select from. All good, widths. Regular .value 40 cents per yard. Special'price. yard CW.WB Pillows A large purchase of Bed Pillows enables us to offer these to you at a remarkable low price. Good quality Quilted' feathers, with, beautiful art ticking cover. Size 19- by 26. These, will be placed on sale' at, each Cretonnes Art Cretonnes, beautiful coloring Regular 25; Special..............: Dry Goods Section Toweling 200 ends of Toweling prlncljiallj m 2'X.. 5 and 10 yard lengths, to be sold at about manufacturers prices. Hair Nets -Hair with and without elastic, veiy fine mesh. extia OCyt large size, Friday and.Sat. ,10 for. tmVlf i Berlin Wooli BERLIN WOOLS AND SHETLAND FLOSS Friday and Saturday, two skeins 4 CM I9C Hand Bags "30 only, solid leather Hand Bags A- good many of them leather silver mounted. Also a few, wrist bags In black and tan. All high class goods Regular vilue ?3 50 to ?5 50 FrI jjp and Saturday IflmmWI Groceries Ib Sack Baj Flour and 1 Ib tin of Hudson Baj Baking Powdei foi FRESH EGOS, dotcn B. C PRIZE APPLES, 5lb for B C ONIONS, Ibi for A'jn MIXBD CANDY PEEL, p.r Ib Juit arrived. Alberta Government ill butter, per Ib II Snaps in Dress Goods striped worsted in smart grey shows a Inn line failk stnj e making, hn excecdlrjglj cffectivt: design Ml wool Heidi} md Satuid-xj WWV t Silk Remnants, ''if 200 ends of silks in a great, profusion of colorings in .Mes- sallne, Taft'etafe.-.Pucbesa Satins, Indiaij.salsd Brocades atid other fancy weavgfe; 'An assortment of lengths. Selling Friday and Saturday at the cost oE'.manufacture. Big Reductions in the celebrated classic Shoes GIRLS' VICI Kid top and patent lip boots; Sizes 11 to 2. GIRLS' PATENT v Kid toiJ'booTji'ftSix.esll to 2. GIRLS' Kid top; Size 11 to 2. Size II -to S'.r Rcgluar value Speciiil price Edwin C. Burt Shoes Patent Colt Pumps .withranlart patent lip, black silk tic, welted fM nf Regular 55.50; Special Men's Felt Slippers Men's Pelt -Slippers, leather and felt combination soles, Special price DON'T MISS THE CARPET SALE Girls Coats Girls' Plush Coats in colors of grey and brown, tmulo with loose fitting backs, trim-' mod with fancy button. Sixes for. Girls of. 11, and S years. Regular value CjjSft and Special price Caracul Coats Black Caracul Coats, a few only of these for girls of S and 1-1 years, to go at practi- cally half price. Regular 'value CC and Special price Winter Coats Winter Coats for Misses and Girls'' in a good variety of cloths. Colors are navy; 't grev and brown Regular "value GA 7fi Special pi ice I w Satin Petticoats A splendid selection of Satin 1'ctlicoats in all: new ami up-to-date shades of Cerise. Paddy Grcien; Royal. Olive, Gold, Copenhagen, niiie' and Grey, straight effect and knife pleated flounce. Keg- fJJjC u'lar value ?3.7fi; .Special Night Gowns Women's Flannelette Nightgowns in White only, 'high and low necks, Icng ol si.o" sli-evt-s, lace edge frills fj< pg value 52.00 Specul Puce Friday and Saturday Specials for Cash Only. JVo Sale Goods1 Exchanged in tho niKliblc manner 'In which plo talk of personnl matturs on a csir. Ono hears one's friends and their doings discussed in such No gift ia more ncccptablc i Hcmehilicr tlia't 'AM ia It is "Silver flata that Nfcdcin of plate, and ranka first in ijunliiy. jy_ KoMby ILcnclinn jitibllu Such discussions may lead tti the spread of fio.ssip, if honrti by persons who dislike tho person whose doi-iiHti form iho subject of con- vorstition. Chewing- fium Is a dosjiicablR habit any surely it, is especially so 'in- a street 'where- in close prcximity thnsp, who would not. them- solves be guilty oT -such lack of re- arc1 forced to watch those who arc. If one niust-rihaw gum, can not; u more private place found tlmii tlio public Htraet car? When a up a si'jil to a Indy the least thtiiK the liidy ciin do -M to any "thank y( u That aOC'uVjjueh n'commonplace tiling to remark, yei. it is auriirlKiuK how often thc.soiit is without the A graceful courtesy is the relinquishing of'a seat by u, yoirag girl, If an elderly lady has to stand. A question sometimes arises, does nolitcness demand that a man return- ing homo 1'roni 'u1'hard; day's 'work, tired and wcnry, give up BQHI to some lady who is just but. for pleasure This point was brought to my atten- tion by a man in a largo city, who remarked that for u week (the car service wiia not of the host I he had bnd to stitud when rcturhliiR- homo. In oivler (o give up his seat to some lady of fashion, who .'was coming from aoiiit1 Hociety fuiiclUin, Whiu do yon think a'bout ii? INO. Arthur Dnrey, re.sIdlnR ncnr Kenl- villc, is charged with having- poiRon in the potato patch of u brb- Charles, who was at odds with four other brothers. Charles has suf- fered -a paralyzed jaw because of the poison. When Down Town, you think of tea. You think, of course of The Brown Betty Our iMiiujfirriel an; inaking iinuifi for thoiri- ,s.oly.yfir..... Ask. Jo nee ,them. At the Sign of the Tea Pot ;