Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
PttgeS THE LETHBRIDGE .DAILT HERALD Wednesday, -November 22, 1911. PRICES CREAM Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the low priced baking powders. To be on the safe aide when buying baking powder, examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made from Cream of Tartar. losU'.s.srs tomorrow Mrs. Kditar H. Hill. Mrs. Kclwiml .1. Sc'M. Mrs. T. Davidson. Mrs. K. K. Sherlock will not rr- cdvo tomorrow. Jlins-Scoll. of I'algary, is visiting with .Mrs. 1.. Cope. Invitations liavc IHTII issued by Mrs. K. I'. Kylamls I'm1 an "At HoiiH'" on Tmsilay afti-rnooii. Sir .liilin Kanlley o( Kng- lanil, is in Ilir I'ity Uir sues! of Mr. C. U. Tiimin.K. thi-' Hank. Miss O'K-.tpul, St., will (In- [msu'ss a clidirc Illis evening in courtesy in Miss .Jessie Mdillnii- alil, "i t'nliiiry. There will In- live tables in Month-End Clearing Sale Of Ladies' JReady-to-wear Garments. Stocks must be Considerably Reduced BEFORE THE CLOSE We need the space for a display of Xmas Novelties. Read over the whole list of cut prices on this new stock of seasonable wearables then come to the store and look them over you'll find the bargains Exactly as advertised. Ladies' Beaver Cloth Fine Evening Gowns Coats BOTH CLAIMED TO OWN THE PURSE Something: in the naLnre of a sensa- tion was sprung in notice court in preliminary heariiij? of II. Sykos, charged with ut-eiilinif from J. Regalie, of Belfori, ?C. U.. securities and cash .m- jiuwn over ?2nOO, when after'el'jook alluded to was found, iad identifier! a poctetbook ink both claim. aceusvU iiiiv. of takintr tlic Svltos gave I It is accusation :i str.iii.it denial, so Regalie to the police station. and :isked for help to locu'Co his missing wad. i On soarch made th'e wallet sociinties found liiii- under a couch, but ihc money missing, A of Sykes given with the resiri-t that he was landed in the cells, charged with the vobberj-. Ou searched the pock- Two of -the inmates of house were present as wiinesE'es Sky-as lm._ ..........._.. en from him when searched after be- _ _____ ing brought to the police station as of thcs prosecution, and gave some his the informant also identified damaging evidence in the same pocketbook as belonging to him, j The preliminary will be resumed to- and as tlie one in which he carried morrow morning. his money when coming to Letli- 'Jrom Champion. The evidence iu the case was practically all giwn this inoruing. although au adjourn- inen-L warf asked for the prosecution to prove beyond a doubt the identity of the man who -foiim! the pocke-'book and missing securities in the first Instance. As J.s the in the pn liminary hearing this morning: was concemtvl appeals that Regalie was on I'Jd way from Champion to his honur iu Bel fort, Nr. D., arriving a-t Lethbiidge on Friday evening. Here he fell iiut.1 had company, and s.isnt tlie jn one of the resorts the city. Next day he went back again bavin? met SyVas the previous inch- ing. He went io sleep in ihe and en va.'vins found his money ard seotirKIus no, Sykes wae Hitting nenr, nod the victim tht; rob'jory CABINET CRISIS IS AVERTED IN JAPAN Toklo, cabinet crisis :e_ threatened by -thf- finance minister's demand 'tor wholesale cuts in the budget will probably IA; averted al- though the ministerial council reach- ed no decision yesterday, and ttte ministers refused comply with the Vamsmfftor demand. It became known 'today sanre progress had j been made and the disputed polnis in j the budget are now agreed on. to the matter of a few million yen. If is i a decision will be -reached" af, tlie uer-; meeting of the council which is called for Friday. Miss SiioK, of was tin- iv.isnii d'clrt- of a .small informal ru- which dniint-d' Mrs. 'It. 1- Cope- as last Mr.s. Pviix, of Toronto, is spi'niling a couplf nf wci-ks the1 gucsl of IMT .sister, Mrs. Blum-bant, Suatheoita Court, fn route- to California, when; she will mmiiri tin1 winier. Mrs. S. -I. Shophenl will be the hostess a six-Uiblo bridge this ev- cnimt, wlten tht1 honor gut-sts will he Miss llustir (Maple Miss Me- (St. and Miss LJegin (Maple Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Burns, of Col- orado Springs, arrived 'in city last niaht and have iaken up their at Victoria Mansions. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Fleming and Mr. Uldluiin entertained the choir of Knox uliurcli last evening at the for- mer's home in Strathcona Court. Clan'rs and music wore much enjoyed Uie guests. A delicious menu was -served during the evening, after which Mr. .K. P- LayUw, in >a lew well chos- en words, presented .Mr. Oldlmm with a travelling clock from the members of Knox clioir. 'Jlrs. .Joseph Morgan entertained at a progressive euchre last evening, in honor of Miss Mac Donald, of Cal- gary. Pink carnations and ferns made the'drawing, rooms bright and The 'liosk'sK had -donned a smart li values for values for S25.00 values fur .for S-'O C'oiits for s> 17 Tweed Coats for S14 Tweed Coats for Velvef Coals Co i- We are offering: n sub- stantial reduction on all Girls' Cloth Coats in this Montli-Eiul Sale- Made up in all the newest styles, from Ninons, Satins, Silk Voiles and Embroidered Nets values selling ai 825.00 values .selling at vancvs seling at Smart Styles in Street Dresses Showing, tiro newest cut, made from pure wool JJYcnoli Serges and Panamasin shad- es of brow, tan, navy, green ad black. 825.00 values scllig at 820.00 values selling at vaucs selling J'12.00 values scl'ing at Cut Prices in it'hc Waist Department Values You Can't Afford to Miss Ladies' Short Dressing Sacks Clearing' at 45'c Tailored Tweed Suits values for values values for Serge Suits for Serge Suits for HUDSON'S BAY CO. FUR LINED COATS that Spell Comfort For the Cold Weather selecting your fur or fur lined coat visit the home of .furs, and see "what value is offered there for your inspection we are offering a thoroughly serviceable Coat Well cut: and tailored, covert cloth sJiell, hill length. 50 lined throughout Avifch full furred nit, and handsome otter lapel, collar. For we offer you a handsome Coat With good quality melton shell; this coat is also lined throughout with lias a deep roll collar of fine quality full J'urrcd otter. For we are showing exceptional value The shell is of line heavy black beaver cloth, very' smartly cat and tailored in the host possible fashion; lined throughout with No. 1 natural dyed rat, very fine skins anil evenly matched. The collar is very deep roll; made from lull furred otter. A King of Fur Lined Coals at a very reasonable price. Boys' Warm Reefer Coats We are now showing a very special line of- .Boys' Eeei'cr Coals. Made from thick, dark blue pilot cloth, a.nd lined throughout, 'with heavy red breasted with high storm collar, they aro just ihe thing for school wear, and the price is very Did you read our scheme of Gift epnifiontes announc- ed in yesterday's Herald "Pis a good sc.lipine, and will be the most popular form of gil'i for (.'lirisunas. Boys' Suits and Overcoats Also in the Clearing Sale We carry a superior grade of Boys Clothing with style and fit to every garment. For the balance of this month we offer you this Good Clothing ;at prites lower than others ask for ordinary kind. Think it over, then look them over STREET LETHBRIDGE oi cream poplin with braided panel front and golil and cream net The game was' played at four tables, at which a dainty menu was served during the evening. Robert Louis Stevenson was read V.y Miss Anne Fat-teson. Miss Ruth Freeman sang vory pleasingly one of James Whitcowb Riley's songs. Miss Bawden gave a i-ad- Among the guests were Mr. and ing from tlie same author, Mrs. Guillmult, the Misses j which Miss KlaJnc Conybeare 1 etiuti- I Dora Nimmons, Davy, Johnson-, i fully rendered his song, "Tliero, Sinith and Messrs. .Jones, tie Girl, Don't Cry.1' Ulodge'tt, Nthimons, and Mr. R. A, Smith rendered r. vcc dimming. At the formal "opening of imrlia- nieni her royal highness was ifcry handsome in a rich gown of gold sa- tin, with ;i "tunic of gold tissue with a deep band at the bottom of gold lace, the bodice in surplice effect with part of tlie corsage of gold lace open- ing over a vest of gold tissue. Fall- inn from, the shoulders was a long conn, train of gold and white bro- cade, lined with yellow satin, which was carried by two small train-bear- ers, Master Lawrence Slaclcn, son of Arthur and Mrs.. Sladen, and Master Kduson Sherwood, son of Col. A. 'P. nd Mrs. Sherwood. They wore page suits-of .white sa- tin breeches and scarlet coats, with white satin collars -and cuffs, and white silk stockings. Her royal high- ness' ornaments were a magnificent diamond tiara and necklace, and dia- mond ornaments, with several orders, iolo, a song from Kipling. Mr. Lawson and Miss Smith gave very fine readings from Kipling. Dur- ing the evening some interesting chat- ades were put on such as 'The Ros- "The Choir Invisibly, "The Man From "The "The White "A Study in "Vanity n-ul "When a Man's Single." Tlio.se in the charades were the Misers Hnlch, A. Bawden, Hardy, Glazier; Peiil'uy, Simpson, Dawfion, Uaras.sin and Messrs! Dodti, Searth, Salt, Dawson, Blunt and lu'-idy. Dainty refreshments were setveil and tlie meeting closed with the Miiiing of Kipling's Recessional. HIGH PROTECTION AND AUTONOMY Loads, Eng., Nov. York- shire Observer says: "Premier Uor- len's determination that no menuuro- of Imperial preference ahnuld exist vhtch is 'not compatile with adequate Are You Going To Skate This Winter? AliE YOU THINKING OF BUYING SKATES FOB YOUR OWN USE OK FOIi XMAS GIFTS? If so, listen. We arc selling il he "Starr Skate" and have a few Automobile Skates left and there is nothing better made than Starr Skates. As to prices, here arc: At'llie 55C AcmeN. P..........DOc Boys' Hockey SOc Climax......... fil.aO Scotia Mic-Muc i-.j TioL con.imi.iic adequate including the nnfcr of Vlclona uml protection .for Canadian mniiiifnctiir- .Ubel'i, King Kilwurd's family or-.lcr. (ors, shows cle.'irly enough that the GK- nnd King George's family order, Ihe isential of autonomy for Canada will order of SI. .lohn of Jerusalem, and as jenlously guarded by. hi mas l.y tl... r.i r't-rttl'll nt LH.lnel. _ thi! order oi the C'rown ot Indja. Mian I'elly wore rich gown of Roll] i (issue with a t.unie. of golf! nei, I Rold hiiRlcs ombroideied in cut "-.leel and pold, 'Ihc hodicc einhroidcrcd in wliilo her ornamenls in- rluried a ruedal, a mcd.il of th? Tnion I'arliamenl, of So'i'-h i-ica. and tin- order of -St. .lohn of Jerusalem :nnl her royal in- itials in diamonds. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The I'arish Associalion nf Si. Ati- gnslin'.s einirdi held a wpl! fiileiuied incelint; la.sl ovcninp, with tlifl denl, c. F. I'. 1'iiiiyliKirc, K.''.. U 0. in Die ehair. Hear Rhynd Jamieson sing "My Ain at the Majestic Theatre tomorrow, Thursday night. keeps, Wallham preferred watch. Arcadia Beaver Glacier Automobile "C" Automobile Cycle 5.....; Cycle -1.0 Cycle 20 Cycle They are all made by Ihc "Shirr Mi's- also have a good supply of Trad ice, Defence'mid Goal Sticks. Also Tucks, Straps. Look 'cm over. Stafford-Agnew Co, "If you live out of town, write UK."