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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Pago 8 THE DAILY HERALD Friday, October f u Mmus an.! local M urn, I I I rrsiBiialiuii was m-cm-cl 1 lib mornmg by u.l, or.s l union (Ii ot ilio Dry Farm- Willi llir hotels, l union s jwl.u were animal o b U i I Xaismitli mai.as.-r "t 1 u- .1 ui Cue it [or close o( natural rwowrn'S of tlif I .I'.li. lalgary. In his tonnci'tinn with (lie Dr. Mcwtmni RANCHMAN'S CLUB SOLD The Kanchm have had excellent success in ininiiiE iu-.i- our tllc aiTOlnmodu-: ?lves up a practice which he has hatljli-m said Chairman llc.oilc ever .since he came to Lothbritlgo in jo' the committee, yes crday aitci- IS8S. In that vear the mines opened, i noon. 1 will have no troit- Ihe Oak inleiesis hi-ins the- prime i bit- in caring li.r the crowds. anJ. movers -iml Dr.' Mwliiiru came to! will have enough reserve to cave the ciiv with Sir Meander Cialt at j even the sreatest nttmuer we expect that time for the purpose of lookiufij to atteml the congress. afler the of the men. TlK--liea.lqUarli.TS of the accomino- Ilis reason for from the-j ''auou commil ______ ittee in -V H McKc- 1 ItS Iff UUiu i in: m -v. j .'ii. u CLUB SOLD p ju j Ulis will., own's office on Stli St. S is m.t Lil- ian hi..-, M Ulki, lrip to Kur. ly preparing accommodation (or the ,s tine puree of Mroi.en; wil, visiting delegates, hut they have sulunc parlors here, his intention be- rrai'y received .a large number ol re- Up the larfii1 practice quests from outsiders asking that able location. It was bought by 11. E. Biirhruitie, general manager of the Bndsons' Hay Co.. :is a private invest-1 llv llieni. The price paid, it is under-! in LiHhbritise. stood, was in the neighborhood of i genera! manager of the ing lo up me large practice Pnv Co. as a private invest- which lie has bnilt up ill liis 27 years rooms be reserved lor them, several letters are coming in every day. A nseting of the local union i ciais' wil'l "likely be held this evenms, convention draws nearer the i when the miners will name a sue- cumins increasing numbers letters are coming in every day, as the date of the opening of tile bi convention draws nearer they are the miners name a i The commission which has wssor to Dr. Mcwhttrn. Tlie company: Sated tlie cheese Industry'hi eastern j will then lie notilied of tlie choice oi j Sae tie ceese nustry n easern Osuarit- and western 'Quebec will re- the men. and ii acceptable, the ap- j port tint ihe scales at all the factor- 1 pnintment will be made without tlc- ies inspected were inaccurate. _ ____ _ ___ The miners are very sorry to lose j Dr. '.Mewtjurn in tin: capacity of their attea-Ung physician, and members o{ i the executive to whom the What He Possessed At Ro3ral Colleries, Ltd., Royal View: Loaders: Also Pick Georgia -Lawyer I to colored prison- lias, so yon want me to defend you. Have yon any" money? _.., but I'se got a mule and tne executive to tnc Herald j a few chickens and a hog or two. spoke this morning, spoke in glowing i will do very nicely, terms of his long period of service. let's see; what do they accuse you of stealing? Fred Tuckwell. an auto repairer, a mule and a few chick- i and Hazel Glecdinnintr, aged -I. were ens and a hop or two. j killed by street cars. I f I Women's Black Sateen Underskirts 75c. Kcgulni- lines of Mack sateen underskirts, g'ood bright finish cloth. uucp tuckinir and -'our inch at botton: only of these In sell at this Saturday 75c Fur Muffs and Collars Black GiiiK'y Muffs .Ill-own Hare Mulls Sg.gQ Black Coney Mull and Collar; very handsome set, satin lined, shape. The set JO (irey Wolf .Mull' and Collar, in shapes: satin lined: a sty- lish set Kn Ladies' Kinionas Underpriced Short Kinionas, made from soft printed Kimona Cloth. made, with scalloped worked edges. Saturday 40c Short Kinionas in pretty colors and patterns with or without hell- made of soft warm Germain Cloth, neatly finished. Each Child's Cashmere Ribbed Hose Would he good value at 35c per pair: Saturday our price Women's Plain Cashmere Hose A Seamless Stocking with double heel and toe; Saturday per pair Gent's Cashmere Hose. 5 pair for -S1.00 More New Coats, Suits and Dresses Ladies' DI-CSSCH; special values and Women's Heavy Tweed Coats; real bargains at and Tailored Suits ol' Tweed and up to Everything Ready For The Kiddies Caps. Toques. Jersey Sweaters. Underwear, Mitts. Gloves. Top Coats. SPECIAL AT Remarkable and Sensational Sale SPECIAL Will no doubt cause a Big Rush to the Big Store Saturday morning at 9 a.m- Fact is, you can get your pick on centre table at that hour of the day 200 Ladies' Street or Walking Skirts, values to for These.1 Skirls art' all fine tailor jnnde, nmlorials ai'o of best; worknuuiship A. I., ninny Styles in rhe lot. Materials nve plain black OL- navy, lots oflift'lit and dark mixed fancy I woods and Homespuns, Cheviots etc., every skirt hi the lot worth up to Ladies' Suits you will find in this lot worth up to some more .Hnl, there's only about 20 in the lot. Some are not just what yon would call up to the mom- ,_i__j I. j. I, -i. c. i 1 1 i .1 t. L __! 1 1........ 1- j.l....... "I.'" O........... j sa.so .Hut lliere s only anouc 2U in me 101. 001110 are not just what yon would eaJl up to 1 in style, but with just a Jille alteration here and thore will make tliein 0. "1C. Serges in plain ftiney Zelierlines and Tweeds predominate. Suits that sold up to for On this wonderful table on Saturday you will find oddments In Children's .Dresses, Ladies' Underskirts, Ladies' and Misses Sweater Coats, Ladies' Silk Waists, Pine Cambric Kiglit .Dresses. Jnfants' Coats. A few pairs of Ladies' Fine Corsets in Satin and some elegant Motor Scarfs, nothing .less others up Your pick of any of the above Three Lots, Saturday only Letters patent have been granted to Several lecturers at the North Es- tho Canadian Northern Montreal Tun- sex teachers' convention went as fa nel and Terminal company, allowing as to declare their intention of ignor- an increase-of capital from to ing the anti-French clause of the regu- Checks are all the go tot- Kiddies and Misses School Dresses. See these at 15 cents Saturday. This is a snap and they will go like a whirlwind at the price. Quantity 'is limited; sonic -10 in. and others oaiy -7 in. wide; fine wool and cotton mixtures, others in satin finish. Goods all splendid materials for girls' school and pull-over dresses. There is about 12 or 15 elegant patterns, Scotch plaids in different clans. 4 Value: to o5c; Saturday, per yard Ribbon Sale Saturday 12 l-2c yd. 300 yards of lovely rich brilliant pure silk taffeta ribbon, inches wide in such beautiful shades of light and dark red, green, n'tak, sky, brown, white, cream and black. For the hair or' hat trimming nothing can better them, A Satur- 4 91 A day snap at per yard.............................. I fc2W Bed Quilts Saturday Dame Fashion is here with Coats for Ladies, Misses and Children We cannot spetik highly enough ol' our splendid tiSBort- iiient of high class Pall and Winter Coats. This season they eclipse all previous efforts to place before you a stylish garment. We call your special attention to tho Kosedale Coitt for Ludies. It is a swell coat. We also have some excellent values in Girls', Misses' and Ladies' Pony Coats. For girls. at Ju.OO to ami'something extra special in Ladles' Coats that are u womler at and See theso be- fore yon buy elsewhere, Kid Gloves Saturday at 90c pair Did you get any last Saturday. Jf not, never mind, but come early tomorrow, we have added a lot of nice gloves to the lot for tomorrow's selling. Blacks and tuns, you will find Dress Gloves and Suede Gloves in the lot up to Sizes are good. Saturday all one price, per pair ,r.... Si I About 50 good large size Bed Quilts in plain white honey- comb or in red or pink with'fringe, full size American make, .lust the thing for that spare bed you want to rent for the Dry Panning Congress. Special Saturday at each...................................... Sheets, ready for pair Well -we will sell Saturday 50 pairs of lhese% lovely sheets, ready hemstitched, for use, made of a fine soft English cotton full size and a splendid sheet for boarding or hotel purposes; lull blenched, soft and easily Inundred. -Sat- urday per pair............................... S1.7S amGet our prices on Cots, Springs, Mattresses, or odd pieces you may tyant for the busy time during the pry Farming Congress. Do not forget us for Blankets or best values in the city, quality considered SPECIAL The Big Store of Satisfaction SPECIAL any, Ltd. In the presence of Mayor Hatch, and jail i ho members of the council except j Aid. Ashcroft, Ihis afternoon at three o'clock the mayor presented the cer- tilicales of eliieicncy in ambulance training to thirteen mcinhers of the lire brigade and five officers and men of the city police force. Tlie certifi- cales were issued hy the St. .John _! Ainhulancn association as a result of 1 j the training taken by the men last j spring in iirsi aid and other ambul- j ance duties. in me preseniaiiosi .Mais'i Hutch voiced the pluasuru it gave him on behalf of tlie city lo inert the men on such nil occasion. IH: was isure that- the citizens vecognjzeii the jTonil work being done by the members of ihe corps, and the benefit which they were bound to derive from hav- ing ;m efficient ambulance corps al- ways at call. They had done excel- lent .service since Um hospital ambu- lance bad been placed in their charge, and many complimentary remarks are. heard from the citizens on tlie inter- est being taken by the men in their work. After the presentation, the fire bri- gade corps lined up and gave a dem- onstration of their efficiency both in bandaging and handling cases, such as a leg break and a drowning accident. It very interesting, and the men did their with neatness and despatch. The men receiving certificates were: Acting Chief Albert C. Brown, Sergt. John Gcoghegan, Constables Edward Freed, Henry AVarman and Edward Hnice. Of the fire brigade: Captain Faulds, Engineer Hardy, Fire- men Gordon, McWilliams, Al- j tice, Short, Henry Short, George i Ilislop, John narkl-ey, Georgo Hcavoy I and Fred linker. IJOHONSTON'S WERE ON THE'RAIBPAGE The "whole Johnston family seemed to cut on tSie last, The Johnstons of Buffalo must hav? set the pjno last nij-lit, and the local sciniit; of the were merely em- ulating their cousins in Canal town, who gave Governor Johnson such a lively recaption. Jas. Johnston was arrested near the residence of Geo. Hamilton on First avenue, in the wse small hours. He was accompanied, by two fine turkeys which made their escape trlicn the of- ficrs came up. This Johnston was re- manded until tomorrow. Another member of the Johnston .tribe, Joe, by name, arrived from Ma- grath and put up at the Cosmopolitan. He was accompanied by a grip, which was badly wanted by its -JJagrath own- er, as it contained a very good suit of clothes. He professed ignorance, and WHS remanded for three days. Geo. Johnston also foregathered with the clan in the cells during the; night. He didn't want to come, tried to .boat np the cop on the sido. j He dnsw down ten and costs for get- ting loo" free with Hiram Walker, and trying to put the cop out of business. Tho Johnston's evidently had a gay ACCIDENT CA UHED MENTAL TROUBLE HARRY TOTH SUING, THE C. P. R. UNDER COMPENSATION FOR WORKMEN'S ACT .hi (he District Court today, Judge- Winter had before him a undcv the Workmen's Compensation Act, of Toth against tlie C. P. R. The c.oni- pl.iinant, Harry Toth. It -seems, whiln employed in No. 'A iniii-a a year a is alleged lo have met with an accident through a fall of coal, thereby result- ing in hia sustaining severe injuries and subsc-iiiently becoming insane. Tilth In Pn When the case was fesv it lit lled tins morn- BENTUEY CO. TO CLOSE Independent of any action Hie City Council may take on the petition for a civic holiday ou tlie occasion of tbo ing, Dr. Da'wson, of tlie asylum, tcsti- to Mifi condiiitin or Toth lio I WHS rcc-oivcd at (lift inslifuUon. lOxperl. evidence was given liy Dr. j of Calgary, u foTjiwr Lcth- liridgc surgeon, who examined Toth shortly after the alleged accident. tostifieti Dr. Duko of visit, the Xnlly, Superintendent Livtnsatone, loy Company have deciiiod 10 close, j Dr. Mewbnni, Hobert XaismiHi and and allow their employees full CMipor- George Nagy. tunlty to lake pnrt in the festivities, j Tlie'cas-c is still In progress. I ;