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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y.OHolHT 5. KH1. LK'l'MBIUUGK EDITED "INO" Phone 1224. Phone 774. .f CLEARING HOUSE FIGURES INCRT'.SE The- Clearing HOUBO returns for the wek endiiiK yeitcrday totalled for Ihe1 name week last >'inr me ffgur-es wore rrhe figures for September. were 12.- 'MfilS, as compared with In 1910.: AN, Ali.TU.MX OKK-KH1NO; lusl livening. I lure uru.sinrs qt l-iic :inirjilc tit, BUVU.II VIM-J- Inlenislinu and Xiiililims pliiini's nl rod, Inlk on her trip Ulii.siiirs wliiti; 'it! the plelH'iiin yiir- ow, I Mrs.. vt'TV in-' ,j whole Hummer's work only cost 10 and the Httlo one who attended five the meeting hours durlnjj .day of the mouth of lmV( wjis amused.aud.It-opt heal- Lull- iiiuckeil from Hit- yi'llinvliigl Miss McKuv-reod an cxccllonl tby at the cost of 3s lid.- er on (lie history ol the supply oi the W. II. M. S. iniieh intercBt IK being- aroused A by Hiss Maclwlli was mttch: "moiig tlie. Jlelhodlst. women of the eliiuvi'il Miss Archer aceolniinnii'd in- of Cmwda in the lOcilineul- liriU-ll', houghs iroili llie ruswi O.IK, i Vcnl..Conference lo held In Toronto, Sairlct leave, oiftlic suKar. "MmMmishd imuinei. (o. llih; Fl-oijl llieViiod.'s gay jinliiiim For the first time'.ln Ills history of I Miss iMary A. Ihe presi- U10 oiiferonco women have 'heun 'As they stooil iiifdi'sohite'hi'allty, jileut nt llic Cuimiiian asso-' oleclfil dol-sssates. In addition to the .J.s Ihcv tpssi'd ''iii tiatlim of trained.-nurses who is now session of -the to V- I -i lo "linglanil, lius received a' women's work, Friday afternoon, .Wrrf IM-''waving', hu-cwi.ll Ur sllm-: hux'e- compliment. nWi tin. British October th-a a public Vluurnnl ofXm-sing. It. is hoped that, for women hetf In she will attend tile .International. mectinj; lo be held at Cologne ni'xt yrar. U is with pleasure ilow young :ind hrigll i superinU'iiili'iit of tlie Genera! IIos- 'pif.'il, Torunto, looks nfier a year's U'est from savs the pn- Miss-Mcivbiirn will'lie the _ nftenioon at jniscellane-j 'nils .showi-r in lionor of Miss Iitnthe i Jhirdii-, Mir much feted bfiile-clcct. ,J Mrs. I1. Aslicrofl.was hostess-last I" of a progressive w-iiisf, in i ''.I'.' Unit, Koail Mcs- Olcnwright and Mr. L hpsless Iliis'-cvciiins >if a euchre; ol Winnipeg. The i-hcn sbr will cnlcrliiin a iinmher pluyed at four tables, at tlie vounrcr scl .1 which u ilainty menu was served Miss llr......on, Is a RlH fur a few days vdlh Mrs. C. 0. K.'. f.-es will be delivered on the work done by women's organizations in tlie we note Methodist Church throughout the laic, lady world. OFFERS SEAT TO FIELDING Ottawa, Out., Oct. H. Law, who was elected Ulraral member for Yarmouth, N. S., by about 1200 ma-' iorily, has offered his s-aat to Field- hour. The hostess had lng It is plohab1e that -Jlr. Field- :Hh- Kcllv of Hr Hauk'ol Mm (real ing will accfcpt the offer and remain _ ''gown, nretliiv braided while IUrs. nubile life It is said to be prac- Ims, iriinsferred ,vas lmt Senator Kirchof- wjil icftV'e SiioiMy ,Ui assuir.e liiy -In t Rmnrin-n hp tlw> uevs- siwak- UMr. Kairhnirn, of 'iiic .lociil- of tthe bus lei Wflaskiwin and liiai place tins afternoon. staff been I 'folr. T. S. fetlerlj-'s iuiUu coiiiiugly gowned, in -yellow -silk. Mr. P. Ashcroft won the gcnt-lc- er. of the Senate. man's trophy, a leather tie rack, nnd 1 Sir. OMthlierfthc hook i AT STARLAND niarlt and paper liniie combined. .Miss Winnie Il-nrrison secured ladies' Iieiid prize, n silver butter-! linife, and the consolation, a .pin wn "The'Old.Peddi-ar" is the -title of th-a :-hig feature at Stnfland tonight, a of the rescue of a uappers by a peddler, -lio brings the boy home safely in pack. Th-e Imp. educated dogs play the important roles in this dra- and his Included in the guest list were, Mrs 'ma. till] tatlier and tray, was awanleil to Miss Olive Pol-' Sir. and Mrs. of sp-end n pleasant hour need make no Mrs. Humphrey Ward has written tBriiay. afternoon: Sonic business was, _, transacted, ihe rest of thc time lo th'a London Times'describing ih limit in KcwiiiR. success of 50 organized playgrounds f.MiHsX'bnpei- assisted the hostess ini1" the poor dlstricts of'London! slrviiui 'the- daintv1 rcfrcsliirionls. ot. these ptaygrounds during the holidays is Ward says, lo the generosity of some 35 of lluwersWill be who will not. give- their names. About fully received In tlir Mission, children owe four weeks of will ii.akc their weekly visit to Sllch dellgbt as had nevOT before Ijie Cinllf Hospital, tomorrow after- npon :it If you have blossoms niiiini or .Miss', [latch. come into their the space and simple apparatus provided, Mrs! Ward feels , called for, Kindlv'tcl i a.rt s M'is e.v- i.anment is the .proof, of the child-' Mrs. I.. P. Conyheare Un_ ovcn of the natureS. She specially pleased witii the kindneBs of ail -the children, boys as well ns. the i! The lloinr- Missionary society of well attended sirls .fiifowcil tile little ones. The Season tickets for yourself and family That's what the Victor and Berliner Gram-o- ption e gives you. More thaii that. Not only one season of entertainment, but many sea- sons. V And you don't have to go to crowded theatres or go out in bad weather. You can stay right at home and enjoy in perfect comfort what- ever kind of entertainment-yam are in the mood to best music aud .entertainment of every sort. The next time you are passing, stop ill ami hear the Grnm-o- phone. Or make a special feel well repaid. Ko obligation t.-i buy, but if 3-011 do -want to buy you CAU sret Grain-o-phone for as little Other stales .up to and terms if desired. Mason Risch Piano Co. long journey; they have tnly 'to r.o to Starhind. CITY AND DISTRICT ,1. Grasse left this morning for 'MiHutiapoHs on trip. E. Harris, oi Cnrdston, came up on the local yesterday altcr- noon, .returning this morning. David Halcovski, the well known. WinnipL'a cattle dealer, arrived, in the city from the-east this morning, and u'ill spend some time here in this dis- trict buying cattlc for fall During the past week rjlanchnrd has been engaged in going over the preliminary report of C. M. Arnold on Ihe proposed gravity wa- ter system, .and is of .the opinion Lhjifc the system could he advantag- eously- Installed.. U. had .been sug- gested in council that.a survey party might be1 put out this winter to go j over the ground and prepare data.fot lu report, but Mr. is of the opinion that the best plan would be to put a large torcc on'the work ear- ly in tin: spring, when much better j progress coulti be made than in tlie winter. In laying out the line, for such a system much "the same proce- dure would have 1o he followed as would he in surveying a line for ;i railway grade. This would prqbahly necessitate making two or three surveys before the final route could be -struck. However, ihe main idea in getting a route mapped that Hie water rights at the source of supply might be obtained, thus saving possible trouble when the pro- pose.! system is installed. U'- Hr.sinpj manager of Plunkctt A Savage here is huilding a residence.on tileventli SI... S. Me took out a per- mit yeslerday for the building which will cost T. M. Fluff also ap- plied for a permit" to" build a residence on Sixth Avr., .S. MAYOR TALKS ABOUT CAR SHOPS Mwliciiie Hat, AHu. ,0ct. Aliino is ruther L'eeuuac tne sliojjs did not come here and has some alight bints to throw out us will Uc seen by tho following Dialer- view; press imports 'I lean) that the C; II. have daeided to lo-. cute Ih-elr''uliops In Calgary, but up to'the.present they hitva-not official- ly comnniiiicHtetr witb tlilu.clly. Thc fact that decided .to 'locate sir BboiJB iti -Calgary would sc-ain to siiggcut i (UHh-allef. of a permanent gas field uL Medicine as a sub-, of the P. K. who expending millions Ui plpo tho gas from 'Medicin'e Hat field to Cal- gary wlicre they have obtained tlio frauehiBe from the city. Th-e build- ing' of' at Calgary at the expense of oth'ar sections of tne pro- vince will have tb-c tendency to en- rich thJp subsidiary gun company at the expense of the public as well as at th'3 expense of th-e C. P. R. Had the ;flhops located in Medicine. Hat free" gas would have been ob- tained, to 'operate -Una work whiqn would have mea-nt th'e saving Immense amount to thc company year ami a great saving to ihe employees of. the company as gas is a public utility in '.Medicine -Hat. Ft is difficult .at thy present 'timfe to arrive-at a conclusion which a great asset ae _exists a? Medicine Hat should be passed .up in view, of the fact that tne decision has b-een with- held until after the retirement of Sir William Whyte as vice president of the'.company from his office and af- ter general'1 election 'we'can. only suppose .-that 'both of th'ase events had a decided bearing on the location of thc a hops and ft resolved itself into a a certain sec- tion of the mahagera'ant as to the greatest and best interests of the West..- Medicine; rjat' has made con- siderable progress; during tins pres- ent year is'fa be regretted that 'the, question, of the shops should have ever been, mentioned. It meant the of many industries from locating until such tinva as tne company arrived -at a decision re- the locatipn ol" the shops whereas the ihops' VlU not be built here. Th-ara wilt be no depi'dSsiuK eCfecr, ;on the future business pros- perity ami it remains for ua to work oiit our own future without looking- for 'outside assista-nee from any large corporation. 'With fair treat- ment from any corporation and with- out resorting to the tactics of our competitors' wnfcli doubtless had their desired effect. Medicine Hat n'eed have ub'fear for' the futiire. ppminion Block Phone 791 2000 Records in Stock Tho factory act of Great Uritaln contains a provision that women and girl employees must he allowed a cer. iiin and stipulated .time for meals. MclRIDE DECIDES TO REFUSE PORTFOLIO Vancouver, Oct. AIcHrlde announced today that hti hail changed his mind am! Weight, Elastic Kib, real Scotch Lamb's Wool, fleece lined, heavy weight striped under-, wear. 'Vest and Drawers, not every slue in-every line, hut all sizes are represented in this collection Jlain sold ,it 00 and some as high at iO but on Frida) and" S-aturdaj we cle-ir tho whole lot at per garment If you are already well slocked tbis will pay for keeping Dent's Famous Gloves, per pair 95c One s'pccinM'e.atnrc ot 0111 Rule and oJ great interest to the Ladies of Lethbridge is oni ollei ot 3Cid and Snedc Gloves. Dent's own make in black, navy, tan, lawn and white. They come hi all bizes. liom o 1-2 to 7 1-2. ,A _in all colors. .These will oeitainly be snapped up quickly and we advise an early selection. On Friday and Saturday weoft'oi log'ulai prices, Jl.pO and ?1 10, these all at one price, pci pan Children's Overall Pinafores Made from strong, navy anil white spotted fast, color ;Print, well cut, roomy and strongly made. Slzea for from 4 to 10 years These were regular from 75c lo on Bnd.i> and nrday we clear them up at Grocery Specials Our.. Special this department repiesents some great javmgs for economic buyers on Friday', and Satur- Honeycomb Shawls A grand assortment in grey, black, pink, sky, cardin- al and white, aho a few fancy cream shawls slightly soil- ed, that were regular ?2.75, oil Pndn dnd QQ Saturday all one price 60c White Marcella Bed Spreads Extra heavy weight Bed Spreads in white Mdicella icrj fine finish that were regular ind ?17-) 'Ihe is 72 10 inches, -and for our Week-End Sale are otfeilng Q GOLDEN SYRUP I In 1-2 'gallous, regular 75c; on Friday sod Satur- I flaj PEARS ,11 gallon tins, regular-60c; autl Satur TETLEY'S TEA In hulk, regular. Sac pound; on Poddy and Satur day per pound STRAWBERRY PRESERVES In llirs, regular Snc per jar; on Fndij and Satin OCft day, 2 foi them at Comfortable Slippers will be sold for 25c Women's Black Felt Slippert, a strong com- fortable shoe Tor house wear; special OEft ne for Friday and Saturday, pel pair Plain' Felt. Slippers, with strong -jolid leather soles; an exceptional blrgiin, pel Women's Plain Felt Slippers, solid leather soles, worth at least doilble the puce, per pair Men'i Comfortable Slippwt, handsomely wo- ven with good leather soles a great bnrglln at I IV Patent Oxford! and BlnchK-'booti, these are a great snap, tliev nere to J350, only 4 4 12 and 5 in stoc'r on and Satnrdav onlj per pair -9 1 >VV M.n's Patent Blucherl, golabed kid topB a smart dreesy all slitn 8 CO QC 1-2 to 10, (iont miss these A Dainty Display of Evening Slippers Manv social functions ivlll no-n bo in full and an opportunity pnrAaae Mlniy Shott for nlna wear it bargain price, will be nelcomed bj all On Friday and Saturday ne arewtfering a great evening shoes that were m nianj cases a- much as ?5 50 per pair, for lesB than half their orig inal cost. Black Glace Kid Tie handsomely bead- a smart, ncai-shoe; rcgulai CA 18.50...................... -JI.W White Satin sboM Cfl Patent Shoes, very smaitlj beaded; regular. 85.50 Poplin shoes in prettv shades of blue, grey and pmlt in nearly -ill sizes, regular CA price ?nnO Vici Kid Strip Shoei. with icgiilai Plain Glace Kid Strap Shoei, ne CO EA gular looO N 6 Bargains in Real Wilton Never before has there been such diastic eiiltliK ot prices in Ihe carpet department WtHon Rugs tint were formerlv ?40 and S-I been icdiiced to a lltlle more than half For beauts of 'design, of coloring and dnrabihly the AMHou Hug nUncH alone HID best will be snapped at an early houi See that sou get in quickly on BARGAIN NO. 1 brown ground with two tone pattern, neatly work- ed in centre and border of nrlistic design in two col- ors, -very effective, 9 by 10 1-2, regular price sale price..... BARGAIN NO. 2 Two tone green Adam's design, centre and border to match, hand-some and artistic, size 9 -by 12, re- gular price C49 Rn special 996.9V BARGAINING 3 Rich Turkey design, In deep crimson' with hand- jome Yaprak character of ;reen and blue, grand din- ing room carpot, size 9 by .12, regular special BARSAIN NO. 4 Is a delicate green par- lor carpet, Ihe centre is a llMt festoon design in hvo tones, the border is handsomely relieved In Old Rose and biscuit or. very tasty and slzo S by 18, regular iO; special jrice BARGAIN NO. i Rich plxin rao-is. green centre with.IV Art-Novein border in two.tone green and mauve, very. exclus- ive, size hy 12, regular pure fiooo vciy epetinl IARCAIN NO. I plain green centre of olive green with conven- tional horder.of two tone green and< brown, suitable: for'parlor .or'llvins room, regular price spe- ;