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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 11 the Coats at Ry lands the Finest in the Gity our New Full Conl's. '.I'liyre's a rciisou foiVall Ulis. Every coal iu sdmilly selected uptli'c.rtic'lory froiii wu immense stock., 'lirj-v were all bought uurin'g tlie four''.'or five monllis tigo, us is the case with those'who do not visit the ui'iir- ket. We have styles thai will not he shown elsewhere- for months lo come. Many reasons spuce forbids. Rclter see for yourself. Special Values at up to The Children's Coats for Saturday We specialize oil Costs for tho from 2 to G iiartlcularly 75 coats in -curl cloths. Red t'hinclililas, Teddy Rear ityles from J3.I5 ujiwarde. 25 Styles for Girls up. 15 Styles for Misses up A Handsome Lot of French Brocaded Silkis and Dress Goods Hrocad'cs'are the In silk, goofls or velretB, and wd" haVe'thfeni to ho'end. lot Iu yesterday. 'Afi the Burgundy lied, "Tango" Brown, Dutch Blue and dross goods. SO.; and a yard. Moire Velvets at a yard. Fancy ar.d ilessaliuu Silks in every .shade, 95c, Ask to see them.' .Special line afford Velvets, per yd..75c Colored Satin, Underskirts, regular and 43.00, Cerise. Paddy Green, Flaine, Old Satur- Men's. English Socks, -black -only, extra fine soft yarns. .Regular for Saturday Belling1, only.- Ladies' Cash, Hose Men's Casti. Socks. .PenBian'sf-Casliinere Hoae, J" seamless feet, fast black. Bites SJ4 to While they prs. for 45c Vests and Drawers Ycur'cbolce o' some.spit-mill 50e and lilies of Ladles' Drawers in white ia Childs Sleepers.. Chllclrca's.'SleeperB'.torlit all" agesp quality fleeced Jer- sey cloth. 10 dozen to dear on Saturday at 65c Woof Blankets Grey or wool Blankets 10 Boys' Knickers Well made Knickers for boys, Tiveeds, lin- throughout. A Saturday ial, all slaes 75c Grey Wool Coat Sreatera for men, either plain or (.rimmed with red, navy "or green; med- ium sizes. A'great bargain for Saturday See Suits a doubt the suit eyer.1- offered In thls'clty. list'year's ety'le, but tlm new Ions coats, all flicely" lined iivit'i satin ?2o.ob values for Smart Set Shoes'1..'. For Smart Dressers 55.00 fvr.a nice button or lace dress when" we: can "show yuu'these1 amari Am- "Smart Set" shoes Jfor, all leathfe'rs at V v" 7C: per I 0 Rylands Co. The "Sells-for-Less" Store Mrs. liengc, of Ma'cleod, is the guest of her sister, Mis. L. 0. Ue Veler. if fc. .V Mr. and ,cl I'algarv, who been quests with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Williamson, returneJ bome today. Mr., and Sirs. Kirkwood vYalson, ol Medicine Hat, are guests with tht latter': parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Cook. c' t J, C. C. I1. It. engineer ol Montreal, and Mrs. Smith, are gusst> with Mr. and -Mrs. Jesse Walker, 705 Sixth Ave., S. .Mrs. Ciillespie yeiy delightfully en- tertained fourteen friends at Hender- son Lafce yesterday afternoon. The ladies enjoyed a boat ride, alter bleb.' dainty viands weie served at sraall tables m_the pavilion. -iitv. Jlr. Cobbledict, Mrs. Craw- ford and Mrs. Hedmond, and Mr. A. E. Westman returned'yesterday from High River, where tLey attended an eminently successful convention ol the Southern Albrrla S. and E... L. association. D. H. Elton, o! l.ethbridge, wlio' lias been spending the weet in Cardston, lias been the guest at sev- eral functions In Cardston homes. On Wednesday alternqan Mrs. F. liest gave a thimhle tea' to which a dozen of i Mrs. Elton's friends were invited On Wednesday." evening Mrs. Elton dinner Mr. 'and Mrs. Wm.1 Laurie. :The drawing rooms ol the.pretty horne of Senator and Mrs. Veber were, thronged during the twilight hotors yesterday afternoon with the many guests, who came in response lo'invitations-issued by the popular h.Qstess." ''The message, ol the autumn season was expressed in asters, 'white and folored, and petunias. .Mrs. Veber welcomed her guests .wearing a statelp gou-n of black silk touched with white. Mrs. Palmer, a to Leth- bridge, who also received, wore ai charmitg model oi paddy green silk I veiled'In black chifion edged with 1 'Mrs: Genge "powned pn soft-'grey charmeuse "with Persian j trimming. Th2" lovely1-1 dining table with iU while" acters and'crimson roses, was presided over. :by -Mrs: T. E.-.Kta.e and Mrs. S: :J. I Shepherd. Mis'. Neale gown- led" In black silk and'purple chapea'u', while Mrs. Shepherd smart black and silver tunic over black sa- Bay Fine Clothing For Men And Boys Jso BiVrt-handSee In (h'.B itore will stand closer inspector, or more thor- ough 'comparison, price for price, with any other clothing oa the market, than the Hudson's Bay Siiits and Coals. They are made, right the beat a! materials, perfect tailoring. They the most exsctlng tleiDftndj of particular me a. Higinbotham, In striped chiffon in rose'jtones rose silk and black' velvet'pictuid h'at; .Miss Free- ruari'iri-while with purple accessories and' and Miss Hdta Smith, in shot, silk with.purple velvet Miss- I.etticc" Hentley-- arid Miss "Dor- othy Ccntlcy madd-their-dehut to so- ciety .yesterday at a brilliant tea mar function given by .Mrs. H. Bent- Home Cakes, Pies, Etc. Sandwiches aiitl, Eoi1 'Parlies and .a-.Sji.ccihliy.' cyovy Halnrdny id -TlifjjiijisOn's; Gro- cery, Glh Avc, Soutli Mrs. Richardson V.528 12fh BRUCE ELECTIOrf: OCTOBER-23 Ollnwa, OnL, Oct. South Bruce bye-election nomination has been fixed for_October with roll- ing a week later, j. J. Donnelly, the former member.'hns heeii made sena- tor. Seo, tlie of Parla" fit The Sherman "on Monday and Tues- day' nojit. WILL GIVE 300 LIBERTY Oct. 'Manuel de Arrlgaga, it.weg announced-today, will pardon 300-.pplitt.C3l "prlsonwa Sunday, tlie tblf'd annireraari of thB Portuguese Republic. This will leave only about one hundred, political pris- oners slill In custody. BUNCH OF- >TOWNS PRAYING FOR HURRIED (GRAIN CARS FLEW HEAD DOWNWARDS, Liile, France, Oct. I'oulet, of lha French army flying corps, loday follow e'd Uie." example of Pcgbud. by flying head downwards for several seconds in his aeroplane. See the "Mysteries of "Paris'1 at The Sherman and Tues- XpSTKILS HEAD 8TUFFY FUOM A COLD OK CATAmili! My Cftaniir.g, Holing Balm IniUnt- fy Head ind Stopi Dull. Headache Goei." Dfschargtt, Try Gel a.small bottle anyway, just to try a llllle In Ihe nostrils nnd Instftntly your clogged nose and stopped-up air passages of-tho head will trill breath? frealy; rlulinesa anil headache disappear, ny morning! the catarrh, cold-ln-hcad or catarrhal tore throat will ba gone. Knd suelt misery iiow; Get the small bfttfe ol "Ely's Croam Halm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant bnim dissolves by tlie'h'eat of Ihe noslrila; penelralcs and heals the Inflamed, swollen membrane which lines tiA rose, head and throat; clears the ssnges; nasty discharges and Reeling of re- lief conies Immediately. Donf lya awake tonight struggling for breath, with head sulffed; nostrils closed with prialo closed, hawking ani blowing. Cat- arrh or a Mid, with Hi running nose, foul musous the throat, and raw drynesg ie ;tslresslng hut truly needless. M -Put your "Ely's Cream .--Syoiir cold or caiarrh will surely All! I The car shorUgo, which itse'.f fell'lor the-'first time last'week, Is illy growing, more ments are falling off evcr'yrday, ow- ng. to the shippers to get ars. As before, the Aldersyde lino Is the heaviest, sufferer, the shortage "liav- ng spread to and Ca.-- mangay, where very few car's'are' be. "ng received. On the -line-'east-ot [.elhbridge, Grassy Uke, Boir Istand arid Taber, all complained of'lKk 61 cars during .the first three days of :he week. Again the south lines, the 3oulla and Cardntpn branches iare 'in lue'n. "Xo t.crlous shortage'has been rcporlcd from any -polul on the line as y'ef. _' Threshing delayed fcr o day or two, owing to the rain yesterday. At some points snow. fell. JJarons-rcr ports snow, but not enough lo do any damage to grain-In 'ftook. '-.This'is the tlrol snow of Ihe year. Pcnmarkls lower ho'jse Is lo abolish the. upper chamber, -pud tense political'sltr-allon pievails. Club "dunce tonight In Sons of England Hall. See Ihe of .Paris" m The Sherman on Monday and Tues day next. Men's Fall and Winter Suits Cut Trom Imported Kngllah and Scotch Tweeds anrt Worsted acil made up on latest American models. Vabrlcs come In auJ mixed effects. Great care Is taken In tallorinfi the eg sulls, especially to (he fH of the gar- men Is, linings and Inter-HnlDgs are of the best and we guarantee satisfac- tion. prices range from to Suit Overcoats Chen's and Winter Ovtrcoats. materials are amtrt CbincMHa CloLtis Scotch Tweeds "and plain Beaver Cloths with Velvet Collars. Styles, plain and Jlaglan Sleeves, notch and shawl all the new- est colorings. SUcs 21 to 44: Prices lo 930.00 Boys' School Suits Boy's strong Bchcol sutta that win stand all the !iard wear that only a hoy knows how to give. Col- lege and Harvard' stvlts, made from strong -tiveeds.- Sizes from 24" to Prices from (oijilO.OO per Our Leader strong 1 weed .ivltfa two pairs of tloom-' er pants; hrovrn shade- in .f-'1 .hard mo- .teriai; 54.00 Men's Corduroy Pants Mad e with welted seams, cuEs in bctlom, side straps and fceit loops. Drab, daik and gold- en brown'shades. Sizes 32 to 42. Price .per ,palr Men's Mackinaw Suits Men's black J'acklnaw Ccats made In Norfolk style; good height and'tvlll ehed water. Smart Mackinaw Coats .Colored check Mackinaw shawl collar, Norfolk style and are CC "iA waterproof. Price SATURDAY SPECIALS, 53.50" Ladles' per Pair......... 52.75 Ladled and Mon's Slippers, worth pair Men's Shots, 'pair Iloy'a :Je'rBey' Suits, ivorih Anou'jcr line of. Jersey Suits ,-51.99 Kight Shirti' .J5.Q SoU Collars A cbmplete 'dinner set for ................-87.50 v 42 i'ttce.Tca Bet 55.35 1 Tiimblers Fjncy IrjEcrsoll Cheese Uacon, Iu _____ i Chase t Sanborn's Coffee 40i lib Tin Clover Sal- mon Crean'.ery Gutter; per 'Ib Concord Grapes iicr bask- Ladlcsr'-Suits, ext'ra-'sjfeclal Ladlei Heavy Towels Apples, per for -S2.30 T he.''' ifcest .1 Talb c hai e .shown" this jspasqix S m, i .lip I ey.'QiiS were carried.out'-'js Dinning, ar'd wb.fc'.a pjctty cost'ume of shantung j M'ons' c-nd Sa from' His illt.'cnjbralrlercd At the next ineetinK iirs. iMcClen- Tcrrill will' form the The young dcqutanfes .nd-Vhitc ifi gree ,ras. Robinson, teafahd coj- fceV''and--Mrs. -assistants were Jliss Muriel Ann I'attfion. Mrs. Dtntley will in future receive on the secoad Mondaj-'oMhe irioatli instead of the first--Monday 4s here- tofore. ol. Sunday schbor'hnard lasi'hizht gratifying re- ports were heard.Ironi nearly all de- partments and the whole work ot the A number 01" committ'ees were formed lo consider more cfleclive work department, cradle roll and the library.' ''A'-start- arrangements- for tertainmcflj, CLUBS AND (OCIETiea X( a meeting ot 31. Cyprian's-ffcf Auxiliary'yesterday alttrr.oon', Mts. Kellog? tfas'ap'polnted'vice-pre- sidenl, to succeed who resigned sonic regular meeting will pn-Thursday and the-officers ard "very an- xious lo The whist; given In Unity Hall last evening under -the auspices of St. Mary's Men's society, was; a 'distinct j success, serenkcn tables being.In The favors were capture'] hy Mrs. Miss Harri- son, Mr. S. Kilto. and Mr. M..-EI1- consolations wtnt-to Mrs. Mrroliih and Mr. Davis. 3' i C Kifty raemheis altenScd (ht. meet- Ing of Kncif Ladies; AM ycslerday afternoon, and'Mrs. Man- son receiving, "and Mrs.. K. J. and Menzie acting as I'.ostcsses. A Je'nf.lnv.'d.iseiisslon took pn sysicmnl'c giving, for 1911, anil.iliis. votcil on at t.Ke next Coming tnt ind 7th- fraudulent Bcbewes. Soiovieff poses as a cclefaued crlm- .nal bapkcr.'who Is supposed to have eloped with five, millions of rubles, and IB row awaiting trial-in Madrid. In als letter he offers of a sum'of money which he" lias'.secret- cd, if the recipient of bis entreaty- senrls a certain amount his Lrlal. The sum he claims to have in his-posscBsion Is f 480.000, ftird of which would mean The rase is least twenty years hut there seem 16 be enough" rhajjis.'in ths world to warrant this life-member nf the goldbrlck layers' ujiion Jo cjn- tihue in tjuslncss. vV-. SPANISH RAKE.ABOUT PRISONER AND HIS' HIDDEN PELF STILL GOING In many warnings is. sued by .the post office .'department and "governrneut autboTlties, th'e ttelf-Idiown Scaalsb wbrk Mi .'this district, tellers duted al.MidrM ire continuing to coffle Jn'lo ih'c: district, and the office inspector at gary, (he innocenl Today the con'lfadl Vi II i S j et do insement in TELEGHAPHIC.JIPS Liberals predict Hon. Sidney Fish-; er yiill have a several liundrcd in the Chateaugiiay bye-clpc- tion. -f The'Ottawa Citizens says the naval till will be reintroduced in the Horau of this session. The late S. H. Janes, of Tnrcntu. left an estate 65 over JiOO.OOO will he'divided equallr. two daughters. v TrWp. .Anglican, i has-resigned his charge in "Montreal- and will go, to England to live. Uev. Gco. yetpran about ninety, died'' at itplton, Ont. Maple dance tonight in' Sons of England See 'the of Paris" at. The Sh_ernian on- Monday and. Tues-! day next..r next- nrid''Jas Vooii first ontract Is' completed, another will >e awarded for the superstructure. .The building, be, located tm the southeast cornpr vt Thirteenth Ireet and. Third avenue Norlb, according lo -Mr. B. B. McCarty', 'fe b'e finest hotel In the city, -ft will ie Ihrec storeys, with full basement, rith exterior of fancy bricV.' It will ie an L-shapcd building, go conBtnict- Ihnt nuolhcr wing'raay be added Bt sny time. The frontage on Third venue North will be 110 feet, and oii Thirteenth afreet North, 95 feet. Thf: will 'all of hich can be ligihlc'l. without the use of --The DO. on 'tai corner. ian8 were by.Ij.' G archltc-ct, an'd'once the'' con tractii; areVUt the itnicturc will be rushed to completion. See the' of. Paris" a The Shorirmri on. Mppday.anil .Tj; uay nextr -j Iviids Baclsathe aiM Disorrterif; 'II'is useless, dangerous-and unnecessary to be tortufeil with the tirlstfng'vpatus of backache or-suffer, disagreeable kidney-and- bladder disorders .when Croxoiie'.is guaranUeO to pr6nptly and such misery. Croxbne.rnaeters thesif'trotib. .les because It quickly.reaches Mile cause of the disease. ft soaks right Into the stopped up. Inactive kidneys, through the.. membranes and out Hie little filtering glands; neutralizes and dissolves the 'jiolsonous uric acld'..ihd makes the kidneys niter and sift from blood tlie nnd fof-- onous matter that clog the lorn and cause 9'jch trouble.' H-.does not reaticf whether -yauMisvo'biit slight sjuipfoms- chronic aggravated case. It'Is practically j. i '.An original ipacVa'ge of Cfox-- one and fell ...anss's'- rc--- 1 turn purchase' price if you arc not entirely satisfied the very liril time you (C- ;