Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TOR. Y I'i'idiiv. October I. "WE SELL FOR LESS" RYLANDS COMPANY "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" BARGAINS ON SATURDAY cut to the vanishing point for one day only. We are out to make every Saturday this inntha hummer. Here is a list of honest bargains in goods you will need eifher tomorrow or Znext dau and best of all, they are reliable merchandise, not. goods bought especially for 'sale We have the goods to back up every article listed here, put us to the test, Hosiery and Un- derwear on Sale CHILDREN'S HOSE of 1'lire wool cashmere. slrU wear. Colors sky, while inn and black: SHIPS gSC 10 S; on sale LADIES' HOSE, made from ,ooll cashmere yiirns. medium li, black only; an spa-lal in sizes Mi I DC pairs ic dear price 'uNION SUITS for BlrU from iwo to twelve years ma 'lisat natural shade of wool; mide liv Watson's. lias ihe new Closed wo val- ffi >J lies; .51.25 and VESTS with drawers to in white only. We tm'> a'wnt 50 dozen to clear at this reduc- ed soon heavy w.-Mslu. "er. 40c COMBINATIONS. il, :i me.iium wcishi cotton and wool man-r- ial- "4, only: o'ncn 'or dosed style extra TIGHTS for ivomell. in black ar.d cotrou mixture: sizes 1. -.vith hinds or tic toil. Special for Sat- nrday on tr yle: g 4 J One Day Sale of the Fall Suits and Long Coats L 6 a'g Tweed Coats ivoiulerful offerins so early in the must make roum. hence ;tbe ru; li'ieron coats have been select- ed ii. VDARNING CASHMERE larse skeins in folder with needle Hlai k ouh Per skein "I. COLLAR'SUPPORTS with re- movable pearl, .top pins; all liaighf- good CUFF LINKS for1 Indies', new soft cuffs o-i tailored waists; diamonds: iheae links at per [.air TOILET PIMS on cube? in black: also while or bind; in Biw.-ial cabinet. 72 pins ,ivr 3y HAT PINS A small k'weled end ha; pin. not loud or cheap looking. Something 'SKn new EMBROIDERY The new sisring on side: two Special Rn price (Wy KOOKS AND A new book and hiop Kind with row of dome C-j Special OC VEIL Knilish enamel: also 11 Hue of pearl bar extra value Barettes I5c- A fine Ijiu-ette with a strong fastener a value any place on for 15 cents. You slioultl buy three or four at this price. Comb Sets 75c A comb set comprising the back and side coinba ami bur- ette. iQ dark sliaiie. with sold leaf pattern. The best value have ever offered. Patent Belts 35c The latest craze iu the belt business is foi red 01 blaik straight puent belt Wt have them ilneit, ftom York, prices from S5c to 7oc O3C Mother Says Our Girls; Coats Are Best CHILD'S BEAR COATS here in endless variety, noihinp the values we show- tins year. Some new models red. also white; prices as low TEDDY BEAR COATS, made from soft blanket cloth, sizes 2 to t! years. A good smari ooat for the small kiddies. CORDUROY COATS to fit children 4 to 7 years old. in grey. red. The big- celling line, in ihe city store, .hist a few ai TWEED COATS for girl? from S to H years thai are entirely different from anything shown before. All good styles ..'low as other values ai 57.00 ?.nd FANCY COATS for girls from 10 to 14 years in lines, in red. tan. and tiii-iv; also black caruouls. Ail prices from i soft A ies. 4 to le big- years y thing Ies as years i. and The'largest Stocfejof Kimonas Found Heie VELOUR KIMONAS iu some stunning color coliil'liiations. .lust In from 4 Xew 2 dozen to sell at I I EMPIRE KIMONAS in fleece, assorted ualterns ;uul colorings. splendid lot at this lirlcc FANCY EIDERDOWN KIMONAS ia fafiey picks, inn nbd'pale blue, with heavy liirclles, :ui extra.special value A EIDERDOWN K1MONAS, made from ilie famous CJalt Fleece: solid colors, cariiin- ;ll. sky, pink, with yiriile 10 malcb All Rmulle fizes; different prices, 75c, G5c down to..... GOWNS, sizes from A liJ years; made from heavy whm: flannelette; extra for Saturdav DRAWERS, small medium -sfzos; English Sax- ouy flannelette used to make tliese drawers. Our Sat- urday" price.......... .LADIES' GOWNS, white or pink flannelette material, a doz- en or more diffei-ent kinds, all marked low for .Saturday A! special line ;iL........ 1 Bargains for Men j in This f Corner MEN'S splendid col- lection of knitter! ties; also niany other styles. A grand lot choice for. ejfch "GUANTLET GLOVES. For good hard wear, they have no equal at Ihe price: fire proof, soft anil.-, pliable; Per pair................... 50c 'FLANNEL SHIRTS lars iittachetl, in nav, at! tlaunel. Size IT. .Extra value at wHli col- or grey 14V. :CLOTH GLOVES nlaiie from ettra liea'vy drill i.'oiioii. well knitted Special Ufl- pair.............. ;MEN'S SHOES for good hard MJenr. we recoinnieiHl our gen- uine Elk litloes Efji at.......... RIBBED UNDER- Vy.EAR-.-Sfiltf for a dollar ;it all stores, a suir: The host underwear maile at the nient ''MEN'S SWEATER With the -now Q. B. Oolliira; from Australian wools; all one price TEXAS SENDING SEVEN WOMEN Governor Colqu'tt Appoints Officia Official State Delegates to Farm Women's Congress ol" TP pointed -.voiijeu TO reiiresenj the iMar a! sc-roml Inier- njitionnl o: Farm Wyiiicii. j T. I'. to foe "held dnniiii' the week of (he I intenianoiial Dry-Farming Congress. His are Miss Lilly Sherrill 'of Cocke's Point, Miss Minnie Hurt of j Athens, sMrs. K. M. Barrett, of Austin. lias ap-] Henigna G. of Crockett, Amanda U of Tuieta. Airs. S. McKay of F-crria. and'.Mrs. Robinson of Rjirtieit. JOHNSONS WORK JOHNSON UNIQUE RECEPTION TO BULL MOOSE VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE AT BUFFALO The Wish to Notify Uu> I'ulilic Hioir store. Will Be Closed on Thursday, October 1 Oth On the (iccj'.sion of Hie visit of His Koyal tlni of Buffalo, N. Y., Orl. liit.j of iheni, ail .voters, -and mem- bers of a progressive political club, turned ihe keys oi HnifcUn over lo Governor Jonason lasi night ami tlu'i... when their band hail (cased al nicelini: a do7.cn or more women appeared in "Bull Moose" hats which winsisl only of a ha I frame and j a bandana handkerchief. The fiovcrnor laid bis audience ltiat'; the parly was tunned all classes and nationalities. Tlie Governor put Ihe "What are Ihr people going to do! willi political bosses and muchines'.' iiifu his arsenal. "It is your first.opportunity to your duty, will yon do it this "Yes, we'll came the snonsc iiom all parts ol tl.c big, Where the. Easterner lias oh the Western Man (Uonlimicd from li'utit_ uT.TTaiid iWHWiUvuly. Calenry mi tllii olhur liunil hnd to pay from lo consolation anil Otin'w'a a of polniocti eon- tiilniiif, hit t; Ho Is cun be liail for Sf.fiO and while Kduionton iimi to IPU.V nml to know ihat we have soimMmnR wo i In WiniiiiKMMhu wic'c was Mouse j ran .who wauls to eat SusUitioon inolo the difference hero) Oalyary jmyiut; jrihi? same as UttlibrldKU, The answer to this is West- inarUeU. Therein lies the the si ami point of eronomi Not a Luxury. llreml is not a luxury; in faei, i.'al- nary hread la otui ol' the vliuapiuit iiiaplo voiiimodoUea In- (he 1'ominion. i While the hitbnrs there are scUinji two for l-IV. I he Kdmonton bailers j chnrw i bridal yimi, I l-U Ibs, rosls I Hie; in YV'lnni- 1 costs 5c; hi London, 1 l-l Ibs rosis te; in liamilloiu .1 1-- it and In Ihs. costs Iii. H IH HlijihUy clieapor in Toronto, Ibs. ousts l-Ho; in-Ouawa, i where ii Iba. costs The Fuel Question. coM'.' House Rents Are mils higher hero In the Kast oven allowing lor itu- tllilt Ihnm is a inarkt'il dlffoiviu-u on l.ho __. _..... _...... rlKhi nldo In Uio xi-nlt! of Oiifl unit to agree on tht! polnl iiu-lint-il ai first stonco-H) iinswcr only to dimly iho sut'iiation from this qiiestion in llu- A six- roomed house with all Bitnltary c.ouvoii- UMweB ciiii had lor pftr mouth in Ottawa, and from to In Toronto. In Is Siua Calgary ?2ri.im. lOdmomcm while- in LothbrhlKo 0110 has to ._____pjiy anywhvre from lo tor l l-t His., and the Leth- I't-nui ao in Ihis city one R-ans lo Llie biikt-rt? ii Me for 1 Ib. In lie- j opinion that in vluw of iho iiresent tax I rate and all other tilings considered, we art- just pitying abinit cmoiigh. in tin' course of time UK the city CN- I (Hiinls il -is quite naiural to look for ;i of IlliiiKS. Rail Competition Needed. What -the however needs and pnrticnlarly Soitihcrn Alhcrtn IH rall- very one will at once j roild roiupelition In ihe inattci1 of tlift ihat SoeUu-ni Is partif- rates. Ti is conceded that the uhtr'y furiunuto when it coinf.s to I dealing' wifh the fuel problem. j get. coal cheap 'because it Is right at our tiours and jtisi liore one nuty mark, wo grow meat at our flours do not got it at a fair and onable price. But, haul; lo the mines' expense of tnutwportatioii aft'ects to a Uii'fet- extcnl the coal of living in ihe They say eompe-Uiion is the ilile of trade bill when the day nun it be the coun- I try lu're is gritlleil with railroads all j vleing with each other for IntsinesK, the coal situation is briclly siunmeii iu i then we shall be iu a more favorable this manner. In tho Kast say in ON position. Rut the paramount question tawa and Toronto for example, coal j of'mw'd and larger markets was sold diirhii? Ausnst Uist as from for the muai ever be kept In S7.7S to per ton, whereas in Kd-it'ull view of the producer and con- monton. and It was quoted Utnner. WILL INTERVIEW, SIR THOMAS j BOARD OF TRADE WANTS DE- i CLARATION AS TO C. P. R. LETHBRIDGE POLICY MIXED MARRIAGES AROUSES STUDENTS ANN ARBOR WEDDING OF AMERI- CAN GIRL AND.CHINESE DE. VELOPS RACIAL FEELING I uod- Detroit, -Mich., Oct. Kreo Press cditoriallyi "The marriage in Ann Arbor of an American girl .uid Chinese student; acutely to ihe from, one of '.iding problems to connection The Hoard of Trade is rather anxious yet the interview 'alleged have been given by Sir Thos. Sha: nessy of ilu> C. 1J. U. to a Sir. house of .the Financial Tiuios. article appearing iu the I'roo s Press and others papers. Sir. 'A'ooil-1 liousj- informeif of the prcsi- f i of .he interview eamepvlll) o .nck vvllli Uio suileniMt sn.dnit at the I lUvcrsHy ol Jhch jr'unled llio Interview anil no ?llld. i'He lloi.nl wishes to gei u.'Uic- hot-' 111 Ilivsi. last lev.- moml.s loin or the affair as it is a distinct j HIP in-cvalciico'of race iirejmhce at knock to Hie i-ity. and to tills eiul tlicy.l Ilie university, in .1. aro'comiminica.iiis ilirci-t with Prcs- itlen. sliuuRlinossy. and' will also wait ui'in.l hill, i" person when he visits I'ity on Oct. 21 as ojiwcted. The nieeti-ng of the executive last night was very short. Only routine matters were discussed, among tii-.'.ii lielns tcleKrapli service roniplaillis, tho noxious weed iincstion and the market proposition. S. "ISOOALISTS TO HAVE ii'ort on' tlie1- the Uoni-il of tirain Commissioners ;at AViiinilies last Saturilay was received referred to .lie special commit; I'D of the hoard havins.lhc. matter in hand. notions on I the imhlic WghVay of ll.e city, i the. secrtary was instrncierl to gei I iiiVo" witli Dr. Rivers; jail, "ad'end'i'nvor to weeds and Imrned iiri'ci.V lalinr. The will also .inter- UK- liroper civic aiuhori.iss lo t'refi.iest that rhe noxioc ..ie city early in the fall unrn- MJd as soon as possible as they aie i blowing al! over the prairie. Uilling.- and grain .Her- [chants, wrote ilie ucard ''lain specific red to the special comni j service. .Tiiost with telegraph matters. case of Ihe Hindoo student. Vari- ous causes nave been assigned, ignor- ance and narrowness III particular, hut those who have lived the college life and who still lieeji in much with it are inclined to belief .hat one a real tronnle is the fascination which the orientals, wittingly or otherwise, exercise over tlK1 and they argue that, in colleges and uniyersiT ties wliere there is no coeducation this sort of race prejudice does not devclc-p. "This is all very plansililo. and rci'n soaable. Ii is uiirfcniaMe that, whether jiistiliable' or not, there is a very widespread pK-j.irlice against close social intercourse or Iniermar- riasc -hetwecn America-n girls and young meii. frr.ili the r.rieni. And. as has Happened iu ilie Ann Arbor case, marriage freiiuenily brings social 08- oii.ira ,tracism for tlie briile. Some idea of veeds cut-I reasonableness of attliinde a Haling- cer- igainsf the tee .dealing wei'e refer- WILL RUN. TORONTO MAN NORTH ALS NOMINATE ON WEDNESDAY plain. ".lo'tiiison, -Johnson, all live men, Alter i hat they p.oiluccd- banners bearing such mottoes as "Any .lohnson not for -iohnson is a dedd and "You can't have too much ami escorted the tiovenior to his hotel. He readily ad- mitted in them in a few words in the lioti-1 lohiiv thai never before had he seen so many .lohlisons in one j boily .'.mi thanked them for I'neir re- ccp'tion of him. The Urn crnor-made uvn speechrs, one a! the Hroaduay arsenal, several thousand pponle salhereil to "lirar him. and '..nntlir'r ai the IMlish 'hall, lie was escorl-il .o his aieet- iniss by about memhcrs of .he Riders1' cluli, all of whom were ihcssrd in Uiakl suits and car-: iricil rillcs. from the liaru-ls of which his a t wen: suspended loichcs. At the arsen-1 ment llerlin, Oct. the I an.] (he Sncialisls will conic Waterloo aK.-iinsJ. Con: t it the hye-elec The I.ihera will be -1 Hi Coinraslini: the proi-iessive plat- form with those of the republican and candid lifmoeradY party the sail! lined up and shouted loudly, j, (vils jn ii_ was1 Wednesday plain and clear on every question it Soeiallsls. at a 'ing tonight nominated M r "Our pla.ionn was wriu.-n without. 0, Tornnln an.bigi.ily and so that he runs read." he sanl. "We want one T on all to bet _ A FORMER STATESMAN DEAD iii- -i Deithoctui lrj red cuh lion 1 mi-, McDonald, .Mlnistnr of Sir .lohn A. .MaeLloiiaiii cabinet ami for- infl1 (hie! ill1- Kf ol i '-roil lie iias been in ileiilitihm healthaor ihi ]iisi IS raontli-. lull i is onh con i tin il to Ih IIOIIM 1 >h In nililon _mlni'll> IKC IIIH v k i until dwitli rssiilu-'l. ,.1-Ie is surviv ,d In Ilin "-ons iml lour d ntli i- I uh I upper ui c o! S i lull I 11 ,i nnii'ite] wlilli meet ils Xorih, a'. fixed anil frained v.'hen il ii rem idea niay be mbered Iliar. hiarriiifeb unil a .liipanexe :-n Aniyrii'iin man or Hindoo tilllu. or no siifll furor and is rather iicewinted a sccial the. iirUl-e. if she is jiretty and attriK-uvc. brliifi petted and feted. "Of coisrso there is" a (llfferc-nee in. ,1 r MS bi i iht I itic i ruh- follows her luisbnnd ajul bp.- i on i )jr< t h 6n the inarri-im- rolaiion and of ton to the 1 ol hi t d romernmB l tins also explnins tho which son cm M'-IS 'l 'I'1 the of native and American men. n in ion Out "ill in YiiiKioiiviT. .loribi, i Hoi 111 I i -n if i i.ci u 'I1 him i i monton bur H ti II tin Iiun ibuic! tin! Mi 1 m dnif h i ih li i 1 II1 fctcu u -.1 <1 A ill f i i-tK i t'i( time of his Oearh. He JOHN DILLON INJURED JORDAN TO QUIT POST AT .STANFORD rhiversiiy. ('al.. Davitl Siarr Jordan, preshlfnl of Stiditord iniiversjiy. will in l.iJl.'i to for peaer, Annoiim'tuiieiii 10 this made on the cainpus today ihe reii-hration of tho '-'IM Uirthtiay 'f tne university. Hy of ii'iisieo, i; GUILTY, OF' PETTY THEFT i Swinfo'ni, Ireland, .Oct. Oil- Ion. the Irish nu-mlW I wa.s, thrown from :L tloy cart, and sns-. taliHMl' injuries to heiid. today, v.'hile visiting his constiintiin-y in tht Bounty .of Mayo. A Hpecralist. fjom tiniilin was sntniiuinvd to an end him, and an examination disclosed the fatit i that Mr. Dition'i; injuries were not! tlie bcurd oi S They will, however, [iveveni Sf.'iuiord are V j was _noniimtny by a local lending the iv-ojicnlng of parlia- j a: iho of President .luvdnu real ortatc firm. Kt-ntviicc waa ro- j warf January. mil! tax rale Tlie insanlla lir.ll ma; i of the council. Of Windsor an iiUiicuncnt K. Morton, a uell cdii'-alotr ami drcs.-wd youih. Iiunic is a smjill On- tiirio uwn, not" front Toronto, and whoso bnnher holds :i iiosftion of) mist with tin- Dominion K.vpreas Co. j lit-rc, ]iii-adod in UK- police twliiy ;o iKJT.sliirios. H lome Bread, Cakes, Pastry Siilc every Mcs. iLic'iiU'dson S.