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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 11ERALP PAGE SIX WRDNKSOAY, OCTOUKH 1010 CLARKE CO. Store Phone 453, Acadia Block Fashion's Latest Conceptions for Fall IN SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES Exclusive models that present the newest ideas at attractive prices. DELINEATION OF THE NEW FALL MODELS WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE, EVEN IN CITIES MUCH LARGER THAN LETHBRIDGE. JUST A SUGGESTION HERE OF THE MANY LEADING FEATURES AND NO MORE. ______ Most Attractive Suits at We have higher priced garments lower too, but none which represent more value for the mon- ey than this particular showing at 532.50. Made of Venetian Broadcloths. Fine Serges, Cheviots, etc. tmart- est convertible collars. Coats with belts and neat trimmings. Colors navy, green, grey, brown and black. Sizes up to 44. Tweed Coats at while many women look for prices to he higlier than during for- mer seasons, all admit that- these coats at are as good as they have ever seen at the money and variety of styles is most satisfying. Light, medium and dark colors. Large and small sizes. Belted and loose styles. Close fitting conver- tible collars. A lovely collection at the price Misses' and Little Girls' Coats Handsome Furs THOROUGHLY DEPEND- ABLE QUALITIES. SMARTEST STYLE AND PRICED IN ALL MODER- ATION. Rat Coats. Large and small, and S70.00 Pony Coats. Splendid Value........... S65.00 Black Fox Sets. S45.CO Hudson Seal Sets, to........375.00 Russian Fitch Sets, to 560.00 Iceland Fox Sets, to Canadian Beaver Set at 557.50 Canadian Ermine Set at ?85.00 Many other lines attrac- tively priced. Coat Sale A splendid variety of new styles Light, medium and dark colors. Plain cloths and mixtures. Siies up to 46. Sci'ffc Dresses. to An exceptionally wide variety of styles in fine quality serge uicsses. navy, black, etc. in truall and large sizes up to -II. Supply Your Hosiery and Underwear Needs at This Store SPLENDID VARIETY. NOW TO CHOOSE FROM AND AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. LADIES' FALL VESTS. Special values at 35c. 5uc, GIRLS' UNION SUITS. 51.25. 51.50. 52.00, ?S.OO FINE WOOL VEbTS. Sue 51-25 and CHILDREN'S RIS. CASH. 4iic, 50c and Particular emphasis is given to the inspiring pictures of the navy, some really wonderful views of the "North Sea fleet being night the gaiety going on iu Judge Winter's home attracts him. and he crouches on the fire escape to watch it. He becomes interested in taa judge, in his pretty daughter Peggy, in her cousin, Flo, in. Flo's admirer, the Count, and in Bob Ewing, a struggling young lawyer. Then he What the Press Agents Starlanil In all of her previous Lasky Tho report ot Ine Provincial Agri- cultural schools which is part of the general annual report of the Oop.iii- 'ment of Agriculture; excniplilies In a jverv vigorous way the fundamental and constructive work of the Depart- iinont of Asriculttiro. e quote int introduction to individual-reports !0f the schools. It sets out adlniiaoi; the functions of the schools in rela- tion to conditions: Schools of Agriculture stand for the acceptance by the Department of Agriculture of the obligation to make systematic and permanent itsj nork i" behalf of our great funda-l 'me-ital industry. Originally and tra- ililioni'Hy the work of the Department is chiefly administrative, regillaratory clerical in relation to agriculture1, tlie public health, or the collection o! Tlu-so are the three mi-, poriant interests usually grouped 1111- Jcr this di-partmoiit of Rovcrnment. ITlio interest o; agriculture is, ot i course the chief of these, it re- imiiros tlie services of a very large staff and involves rather large and far-reaching issues and consider- ations of policy. Popular Education The condition of the country hy of its newness involves active, administrative and executive work., but likewise and chiefly, a great deal; of educational and directive worK. j Most of our people are on the land- j Host of them are ironl other countries other provinces of the Dominion itself The conditions 'of soil, season and iwneral climate' are new to them.. i Manv of them have not farmed ill any 'country or at any time before. Tins] makes necessary the carrying on 01 a vi-orods policy.In popular and prac-, ticaf education, that ia. the education of adults who are actually engaged! in farm work. To this end all the j branches of the Department carry on FCtive educational work, through tlie Demonstration Farms. Fairs and In- stitutes. Conventions. District Ag-; eats1 Work, Short '.Course Schools. I Demonstration Trains and through 'bulletins and correspondence. 1 Here is likely to be a constant and commu- j ions demand and need for this type of j work. New crops, new methods of son and farm management and the open- in- of new areas are going to make it necessary to give all the direction and assistance possible to those on the land to enable them to establish prosperous liomes and enterprises and national It is likewise that western farm com- munities are eager for information and improvement and are quick to put into and ideas. Systematic Special Education On the other band the educational work that is -done on behalf of the vouth ot the country, and that is sys- tematized, organized and continuous iis of ultimate v.alue and 1 effect than, the brief work of the insti- tute or demonstration train, uselul 11 and necessary as this is. The obvious him. i features of tlie schools in meeting the I iv.i-i.' n-nnftmont ft re: A Good Stock Now Ready to Choose From MISSES SIZES IN WARM TWEED AND CHINCHILLAS. LINED THROUGHOUT IN FLARING STYLES. Sizes 14, 16. 18 years. Each Sizes 8, 10, 12 years. Each These arc exceptional values. "Look them over." Piles of Warm Cosey Coats for the Little Girls -r. All new smart styles and priced reasonably. Little Girls' Corduroy Coats, sizes ea. Little Girls' lied Serge Little Girls' Tweed Coats. Each and Children's White Bear Cloth Coats. Children's Navy and Saxc Blanket Cloth Coats. and CHIDLBEX'S FLEECED TLXDERWAISTS Wool Jerseys. Warm Underwear, Leggings, Mitts, Gloves and Toques. The Simpson Co., Ltd. instruction. At the Majestic BRITAIN PREPARED WILL tious, Biancne awetii. utis nnn bands thrust upon her. She has'been 4 i- PLAY MAJCST1C MONDAY pursued by hundreds of admirers, and falls asleep on the fire escape. Don't miss seeing the evolution of this story in pictures. The only motion pictures fully au- thorized and protected by the Imperial ol the British Empire which Donm the Empire's marvel- lous campaign of preparedness are which will be seen at Starland tonight and tomorrow, she buys a hus- band, and strange as it may seem, the does not -welcome the sale. WHERE T. R. GOT WEASEL WORD Systematized and Specialized Chief part of the work is Prac- ,-VgricuIture a Scientific Basis. (c) A Rural Environment. (d) Schools are Co-Educational. (e) Good Cultural and Social Ex- perience. the sales that are being made are id local parties who are adding to their holdings. Messrs. DeMots of Hull, Iowa, and i Hoog of Davenport, Iowa, are in Tab- or looking after their interests in the listrict. PINCHER CREEK the Echo.) -i F S. Tatuui and family left by- motor on Wednesday for Lethbridge. Mr Tatnm has been manager OL the Union Bank here for the past three years and leaves to manage a branch of the same institution at Lethbridge. During their sojourn amongst us Mr. Mrs Tatumhai-e. made many :bools are] friends, who regret seeing them go. Iu proauction .Miss Sweet is first i j A IOUS campaign ui 7 Mil lais proaucuou tUose film--JentUleJ Britain Prepared j sgen as a awedish Of all work in a college boarding house. She is mad- ly In love -with one of ihe students are coming tu the a starting next Monday three ert has been the official sane-. Son of the war office, the admiralty office, and the ministry of munitions. It is shown throughout the h.m- pne under the patronage of the Kins Prepar- she becomes wealthy, tne yoiujg man faces ruin, she iffers to pay his debts if he will marry pne uner and Queen, and in Canada, under the ronage the Duke of Uer. How 'the wealthy bride of the He was taking dinner with Bill Se- oveless marriage is set upon hy a'wall, Maine guide and woodsman, and land of crooks, and how she is event- recalled it was Bill's brother, Dave, ually saved and wins the love of her lusband, goes to make one of the most unusual photodramas ever presented. The" Jesse L. Lasky company has sur- rounded Miss Sweet with a cast of unusual excellence including Theodore Eat Less Meat if Like Lead or Bladder Bothers. folks forget that.the kidneys. 4 ike the bowels get sluggish and clog- i. ied and need Hushing occasionally, Ise we liaie backache and dull mls- ,n the tadncs region, severe head- jfthes, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver "ttd stomach, sleeplessness and all Irts of. bladder disorders. stopb must keep your kidnejs Stive and clean, and the moment yon Mel an ache or pain in the kidney reg- get about four ounces of Jaq fttm anj good drug store here, fllie a tablespoonful in.a glass of wat- er before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then -act fine, This Maine Woodsman Gave Him the] Term Inspiration 37 Years Ago Lewiston, long will re Boys Girls Total has taken the .r member the charge of "weasel words which Theodore Roosevelt fastened oil President Wilson. Roosevelt, in this citv, told the genesis of the expression. 1914-15 1915-16 who put the idea of "weasel words" his head. It was up on Mount Katahdin and it] 234 2SG 337 uausuat eAueneiitt; pery character of a man he knew. Roberts, Tom Forman, Jane "He can take a word and weasel i Horace B. Carpenter, Lucile La Varney and others- It is gram release. a Paramount Pro- lla-lb...... i These figures show an annual in- crease of from to twenty-five per cent. The patronage is growing satisfactorily on the side of the girls. Articulation With Public Schools and University An important aspect of the work of the schools is (lie place it fills in the _.......whole system of agricultural instruc- was 37 years ago. Dave, who was tion ra the It Is recognized guiding Roosevelt, described the slip- the chief problems In education, ifof both eojmtry aad Ciiy, are con- nected with the fitting for useful work 1 girls just over public The agricultural schools the Among the woiinded listed on nesday appeared the name of Onnnei ne can take a word ana weasei H nected witn tne muiig iui uoc around and suck the meat oul: of it j the boys and girls just over ks an said The aricultural At the Orpheiim "IT HAPPENED IN HONOLULU" HAS A BIG CAST OF STARS "It Happened in the Red Feather production which will be seen at the Orpheum theatre tonight intro like a weasel sucks an said! Dave. -Roosevelt said he neyer bad forgotten the expression. When he sought for a phrase to fit Wilson's case the homely characterization of the Maine woodsman recurred to him. "He's pretty commented Bill Sewall, when Roosevelt had told the story: "he'll work out of hitch like a green fir log." school age. at the Orpheum theatre tonigni mini- HUB u u, duces to Red Feather audiences a Bill was referring to Mr. Wilson, of of players who have never been seen j course. n Red Feather production before, though they are all well Known to the patrons of the Universal program for their c-'ever' work in two and three reelers. Of this cast. Myrtle Gonza- lez, Val Paul. Fred Church and Bert- ram Grassby are probahly the best .known, although uule Warrenton has been with 'the Universal Film Mam factoring foria longer iieriod than played important smaller parts in-a number of the best Broadway Unlver BLAIRMORE (From the mounted police entered the room of a boarder at -the Cosmopoli- tan hotel on Saturday night, and in searching, confiscated about a half a "allon of good hard whiskey. Next morning they invited their friend to visit the barracks on Monday morn- ing where information of interest to him may be laid. On Monday morning a fine of and costs set the prisoner free with a caution. Hanging would be too mild a treat- ment individual who on Thurs- day night last snut ott the water from the. miln- and emptied the dam ol water. It is felt that no other object was in view than to put an end to the town of Blairmore by fire. A foreigner, who got off Tuesday lights east-bound train, was follow- up and captured by the R.N.W.M p in a darker lane of Blairmore and ..adnesclay was made to "cough up" and costs. PROMINENT LAWYER DEAD Toronto. Oct. Henry Ritchie, -K.O., partner of the firm of Ritchie, Ludwig and Ballnn- tyae, died today, aged 86. Although lie had been in indifferent health for some time, bis death was unexpected, He spent Saturday at his office. scnooi i uo, furnish this service for tlie country to some extent at least and the sup- port of the schools justifies their ex- pansion. In addition to this, how- ever, the schools fill the gap between the public schools and tlie University. The -subject of agriculture has been satisfactorily defined ami its scope iiesuo-y apiitiincu Zenon.Legis la France, Pincher Sta. Barnes, of Macleod, who is re-, ported in the casualty .list as killed in action" was formerly on the staff of the Bank of Commerce here. card lias been received from Capt G A Buchanan, who is a pris- oner'of war in Germany. He states that the crops in Germany are excel- V telegram bringing tlie fail news that Dou'glass McDowall. of Heaver Mines, who was reported in the ualty, list this dead, arrived, yesterday. Tlie first threshing report for the district comes from P. Hansen, who has completed threshing 80 acres ot fall wheat, which will grade No. i and average 45 bushels to the acre. With the movement of new wiieat from Southern Alberta barely com- menced this district is beginning to SilLlolrtv.w "J fixed recently hy the adoption of a public schools.'' kidneys and stimulate them. to arocthirt It also neutralizes the acids urine so it no longer irritates, I The Uke now and then to keep their kid-.ite Snow, and clean, thii" avoiding serious com- stellar roles. This picture nil -be i shown here at the Empress tonight i -A mil-known local druggist says he land' tomorrow, "fluttsy" Gallagher lots of Jail Salts to folks who a harmless young of .the Hellere m overcoming kidney trouble slums. Iji all life he lias never mhile it is onlj HlEln-1 been'of .Hie slightest importance. :His Ktham A Co.. Ltd., Druggists, I.eth- spirit is so Btinmerged that he has ai- A.iberta most forgotten how to get angry. Scene from "Britain which corw to the October 9lh, for a Ihree erfgijeinent. of a car short ii-vuu iu'.cM-.j ..j j IL (joes not promise well for the wholly modern standard text in..thei :of the season to learn that re- I ports from Cowley, Brocket and Pinch. er Station all bear out the above facts. It is a burning question with the farm- ers and they are beginning to feel an; xious There are four carloads of timothy seed at the Hay Growers now for which cars cannot be supplied. it Isito he'hoped'that the .condition will' be overcome as quickly as pos- sible. i TABER the Last Thursday night quite a few frleuns of Trooper Vic Brown gath- crsd at the Btatlor. him toil-i speed on his return lo tlie firing linei in France. I Messrs. V.'. E. Sturgis, of Carroll, li. V. Mitchell, of Fairfield, Iowa are in Ta'uer looking after their' farming interests In the district. Mr. Sweet, the C. P. It. agent at Purple Springs has received orders to take charge of the C.P.li. affairs at Foremost. Mr. Sweet was well liked In ami-bin, depar- ture-will boYegrotted by his many frleima. At the present, t'.mo there is a con- next siderablc movement In "nn'1' j" tlio Tiber district. Practically all of ENLIST NOW With 239th BATT. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CORPS LT.-COL. J. W. STEWART IN COMMAND This popular battalion will require 100 more men TEAMSTERS, TRACKMEN, BRIDGEMEN AND CARPENTERS This may be your last chance to go along .and help to eoniol- idate the positions now being won by the Allies. LETHBRIDGE RECRUITING OFFICE 112 FIFTri _ CALGARY RECRUITING OFFICE 702 CENTRE STREET. CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS ._ GOO SAVE THE KING STOCK SHEEP We are offering at the Stock Yards. 250 hcsiil n'ock cattle. THESE ARC NATIVE CATTLE EWEH AND LAMBH 800 wether 300 Irn'odnuj owes (4 iiuc! old sound OcloluM-SOth1. PHONE I ;