Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
lomlar, (Mober (i, 191.3 THE LETIIimiDGE DAILY HERALD CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PW4S3 TO-MORROW IS READY-TO-WEAR DAY HANDSOME NEW SUITS AND COATS IN AN ALL-DAY TUESDAY SALE- SPLENDID SELECTIONS IN LATEST STYLES WORTH J17 Cft IIP TO S2500. WONDERFUL TUESDAY VALUES.......... UP TO WONDERFUL TUESDAY VALUES vel mosl Tvlieu lliu uewl for tuch wear-things Is uppermost.iu.your rolud. More New Hats Out of the Cuitoms TO The most attractive lot yet ou display, representing the latent Parisian arul Anu-rlcaii Itleas which liave esfablliliId as stylo favorites since the opening of- tbe- season, Blight varia- tions In style and trltnmtngs add greatly to their am] Hats that you wouldVpay to other storeir-just one of a kind, all exclusive with this stcre and extremely moderate In rlcK to The Suits Navy Cheviots.and Serges aa well as tome very pretty tweed and dark colors Coats all lined; Skirls made high no cut row. and nar- the very best vafife ofier- td this season in thlc any other store. The Coats In 'Diagonal Curls, Uo licks auJ Heavy Blanket in Lovely rich shadea of tans, browns, blues, rods, cic., luado in semi-Balkan and -'the loose fortalle styles so': pop- ular season. Close fitting or con- vertible collars. A splendid selec- tion presenting sav- ing proposjtlpns big- ger than eVer offered before. Now Is the Most Advantageous Time to SELECT YOUR FURS i i And it is at This Store that your requirements can be most satisfactorily supplied IT IS JUST OVEK 243 years since (lie Hudson's Bay Company coui- ineiiccil Irmling in llio Furs 'of Northern Canada, and ilm-ing Ihrsf. vciirs liv tlinr slrniglit-forwaril inethoils of dealing with flic established ilboml of confidence. Unit 1ms seldom been eqiuH- cd by ;iny nu-rciintile organization in the hislory of Ihu world. _ No class of merchandise otters such scope for deception, nor is deception prac- tised to such a extent as in the fur business and it is therefore. wise, when conlc-inplnting tbe purchase of Furs to buy from a iirm whoso reputation for handling 'the bust furs the world's market all'ords, has RMON .BARS SLIT SKIRT alt Lake City, Utah, Oct. head of the Mormon church, stdent Joseph F. Smith, at the nlrig'stsslon of the Latter Day ills1 semi-annual- conference e on Saturday, took occasion to idcmn woman's' present-day Haracterizlng tHefn as c, Indecent President "Hh declared that light and dla- inous skirls originated among i lowest class of women in rfe- lerate cities. He said he hoped j daughters of.Latter Day Saints Id avoid wearing such raiment. he conference, which, is being nded'by delegates from all over "is the largest ever as- ibled here. EDITED "iNO" 1224 O WiSE LITTLE HIUDS eroon were unaltecded. Mr. and; Mrs! 0 wise litlle birds, lipw.do'ye know Mainland will reside at Great Falls. the.way to go' Southward and northward, to and _ Wesley parsonage was the scene of a pretty'wedding on Kriday after- noon, when'the Hev. G; li: Cobbli dick united'in marriage "Miss liessie Cilendeii'ning, ot Bow Hiver, 11. C., to Ira? Far up in ether answered they, 'We but' otey- One who callcth us far away. stood the lest of centuries and whose business integrity- is unquestion- ed. Think it over. Our stocks are now complete and we shall deem it a pleasure to be allowed the privilege of showing them to you, no mailer whether you contemplate limiting u purchase or not. Space will not permit us. to enumerate all the varieties we have here waiting your critical inspec- tion-read" these few hints and pay Ihis store nn early visit while stocks are complete. Ladies' Fur Coats Ladies' Fur Sets Mr. Herbert Walter of Tab- cr. Sir. and-'Irs. Itowell will reside at bliceCaught 'ElOpiii (Couple lie'callcth and oallclh.year by year, C NOW there) f.ver'he mak- etn'tlie way appear Tabcr, the 'groom is a prosper- Dear little birds! He calleth me wliolol's farmer. ye'; Would-that 1 might as'trusting be ilcKwch KlmbalU CLUES AND SOCIETIES On' Thursday1- at 3.30' the .tegular nccting ol St. Cyprian's W. A'.' will c ld. -l: held. Hostesses-tomorrow Mrs. George 11.' Cobbledick, -Wesley li parsonage, 320 Eleventh St., T four; to six, for the first time in St. August ID'S. Woman's .Joseph -'Cob- will meet as usual on hledick, bi Calgary, will receive with .Tuesday afternoon.- thoJipstess; .Mrs.'Cobbledici will re- ccive afterwards .on' the first acd sec- ond-Mondays of the MINK, MARMOT COATS A Dressy Coat' of unquestioned dur- from prime, full'furred '..'..ioi.iV ir.atchcd ijelts. Satin notched collar CQC 'and is 50 Inches long MINK COAT choice, full furred Knd: prime 'natural pelts, collar, lastfens' with 'silk cord Fifly Inches lo 'for UO'JELTY RAT COAT JIade from prime skins, has shr-wl collar and is trimmed around bottom with border of dropped eklns, giving; the long unbroken, stripe effect, cut-away ronl. Special RUSSIAN RAT COAT Made from first choice Russian Black. Hat shin's, extra full furred, satin lined and has silk cord fasteners. Fifty ches long. Splendid 'value at ___.................. NATURAL MINK SETS arc Justly proud of our Mink Furs. choice natural prime .full furred Muff and Scarf to match. Ac- cording to site, per set. to PLUCKED BEAVER SET Extra dark I'lucXed Natural Beaver, large pillow muff and T> inch wide throw. with rounded ends and trimmed with handsome silk cord onia- 4 rtrt set I UU PERSIAN LAMB SET Large Pillow Muff and a luxurious 72 inch Throw, trimmed with silk cord, and bead ornameuls. No. 1. pelts, spec- iallj- selected for their bright, even and glossy curl. Per C1OC i ta FOX SETS Genuine Fox Furs In black, or blue. Large Rug .Muffs, trimmed with Tails and Paws and handsome Throw trimmed with Tails lo match. to MANY OTHER LOWER PRICE VARIETIES Muffs and Scarfs to match all made Irora full furred and specially selected skins, a Alaska Sable. Bear. Marmot, Mustrat, Orenburger, Cbina Lynx, A 'ustrallan River rroiii jier set ...S1QTOS50 Our Leader Ladiei1- Full Length Muikrat Coat A limictd quantity ladies' Natural Muskrat Coats .in 50 inch length, choice and fairly sfcEos or unquestioned dur- ability, hieli storm collar in notch' or shawl style. Satin lined throughout. 3S and 40 bust. We cannot repent tills line at the price.- Extra Special-Value Hudson's BaLy Oct.- A long came- to an end. today, when E. JlcCaw. and :the flyer L Paul police arrested Mrs. W. returned on Mhe flye Icl In RoJElna, ,Sask., j on, a travelling salesman jir. Anthony, who was for a shor iao Jaw. Both arc "charged (ime conr.cc.ted with the local branch rlion, and nre by. ux Merchants has-been The. Junior Wl A. of St..'Cyprian's ch'urch willbe held at'two-thirty ;on Saturday aiternoon. The Junior Brotherhood oi-'Sl.'An- holcl In Retina, ,Sask., irrison, a travelling salesman Moos desei L Pmi! police for advises' from .transferred to liaymoml.'' a. The pair'were fomlfUInrthd j V 7- iont Hotel, at Nintlrstreef ahS The had wed them'since in lul two days: ago.' Morrison has fifteen..... Mr. Anthony, who; was for A. wiu ie_ organize this evening for the winter i c. Mrs. is in Hie city attending the meeting ol the Dioeesan lioa'rd.qf, .the Woman's season. All young peop.lc ly invited to', attend.- Tbe meeting. 6! St. Aupistin's-parish wliicK'.'was au- (6) (i) Meats and-fish. (S) Ice-cream arid water ices. Anyone, not a member pi tbe club, can take'the course-of eight tickets for one-dollar, -jr.-- Report "for the Gait Hospital for the month of September 1913: Number of patients In'hospital begin- .nine of month Admittances during month S7 vriABienls admitted during trii month .'...'.'_............... 4 e In. .Thd'.two about, oufj.-mbnth 'ego, MI Mt: Mo.rri- his join-. s. I.iushlin al a nearby town.'- ATCHEWAN V.DELEOATES the Dioeesan lioa'rd.qf, .the iVoman s r.ounccd lor Wednesday, Auxiliary. She was entertained ,'ai )0 organize the Cronn's at the lea hour- yesterday by A._ bccn postponed. o! Herald. Sirs. Joseph Cpbliicdiek, ot Cal: The Westminster church 'with Mr.s.-.-J. B. gary, is the Bucst. ofjber .tgie.'Foiiriri 'tomor- George.II. Cobbledick at row attcrnobn at threb-o'clock. A full attendance is'.earbtstly desiredt v The Wednesday evening seivlce in PROVINCIAL. CONFERENCE i "M r. Paisonagt. (Calder, and Pre- H. A. and Mrs: Coqie, Taher, ScoU; be the representatives.. announce the engagement of .slialflieva.il-' jau8litei, .MaVic to Win. A. held In Ottawa oni VacAulay the cr 111C will, second v.eck in October, mo. .__.-._ Number of patient's discharged du'rlnz month................ Deaths during month Xumber of patieoits in lospltal at en.1 of month.......'- -.60 Transients discharged during the'. Aonth1 -1 is: Wesley churcli" will he under: the'Suh-.t; cumber during month lllghe'st number during month r fBc _ B old reliable' joy. ol bortk ra'youf W- teatcs of ways ecd it whe'a you .'Me." 3.' LubrKales, cleJuM, poutnet; CT iho( la 3-in-pcw'' day school auspices and Kctjmond and Crawford 0. of tho good things from the High, River -Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Draper, whose marriage was recently celebrated, were the MF-, Mrs. W. convention. The. Wesley .Young Men's liihlc class Jiilly averaje dnrine month of hospital-days rfor private patients 833 :nmb.er o! hospitaLdays for ward pa tlents (paylngf Number of hospital days for ward pa tients Si, rwrKatiizof yfslMjayiror -the leavins; the cily- winter's work, and, the following of- A cable stales that official announcement IMS bccn mailc with, re- gard lo arrangements for the marri- age' if-Prince Arthur' to the Duchess The. Duke of Con- support the biideerooin. iill be Ihree processioQS from Sir. 1'. C. Jennings. Mr. A. B. Hose. Mr. E. .If- Dutton. Mr. Hayr ''r ler. r ol commissftes (a) Mr. F. C. Jennings. A ilsfinitc and progressive-plan was it. outlined and raueh cnthuslalm was swond o shown. The class'will active Wd Ihe ofryrs cxfcndjan ilatipn to olct'nierabe.rs.vwho have Number of hospital days for H. X P. pallents Total number of hospital days for the month Number of operations under genera anaesthesia ..----7 5r Number of operations and examlna- Hfons under or no anaes- N'umber of patients treated in out door department................ Number oi dresslnfts and treatment jn.outdoor department..........5 Number of hospital ambulance calls 1 Tho Hospital wishes to ncfcnowled? with, (hanks, tho following tions.recelvedldnring tbo Fruit' The Hoifillal Ladies' Aid. Flowers Tha Le.tbbridso Flove .Oulld. Wild duetts Mr. W. A. Oil. A. Korj Lady Sup Wesley pa'rsonape'cin. Saiurday-'rnorn- ing by Rev'; II. Ccbhledlclr, vMn Mrs: Klixa Jarie Wood, ol Mr. John Arthur Mainland, ol Clrfal Falls, Hoth bride and) Kalarls. (1) C.ikrs and batlers. (5) Krults and jellies. teniopn in-.tho government telophon iliSiiig, where he was acting In.'suc manner-thal: his loned. EG1SLATION WELL ADVANCED AND THERE IS LITTLE OF CONTENTIOUS CHARACTER MACADAMIZE THE CITY'S ROADS: Editor of the Heralil Sir.-Another storm has come gone and kit the usual amount of mud. The general condition of the city streets after' every 'storm is about tbe deplorable amount j.. of mud. How long the citizens ol I This could be electrically driven, 1 power being from the EdmoniQ'n, .'pci: .6.-With ,Uie Al- crta'an'd .C.'r'cat .Waterways bi.J! hav-l er house. Our street department might then send the road men down there to crush stone for road-making purposes then instead ol city teams hauling gravel, cinders, brick, rtib- .bisb, etc.-, for the the proper [article would be available. The city p Al- 1 Lcthbridge will "grin and bear it'.1 is maintains a road gang and teams and matter ol conjecture, but person- j also possesses a steam roller. This passed' its i am n! the opinion that if jislafiice, ah" early.i.prpr'ogation ol j to wait U1ltj, (ho tion will opposf.the bill in oppo com-posting a few thousands ol dollars a we :cleparlmrnt.cosls'the .a t few thousand dollars a year, [nothing of a permanent nature a and Xow I think.you will me that it .would be more economical to spend a little more, and get q'ur [dred years hence. How much every iroarts made right.- I am 'sure tliat iltlee ol the whole, .'seeing that tbe block, tbe mud question will confront ouse has three times given a ma- ol-this cily one Imo- laydr The-'bill contains onlyJfive clauses'storm rosts'us would be hard stor.c were crushed through nd is-simple in that timate; we all know-that mud puts winter, and our streets taken tiere-'will bcivery little tp! argue up- a. bfake on business, and generally is block at a lime and proper met a n in Vommitlce. ia nuisance lo the business man- and roads made through the summer (hat The estimates, 'probably be'customer alike, and when.it dries uj> ihe lime would not be .far distant, rbught down earlyMhis week. The the ratepayer has to foot the bill to -when bur entire cily would have executive the'government have our streets scraped .up smooth, paver! streets and it would not- be Saturday -had a'luefrMng at-which it ar.d clean, all ready for 'the next necessary to issue one dollar's word s und'ctsVood-i that-' the- 'estimates storm Ihrn we more, or less cticfr- of bonds to cover Ihe cost. If'this verc 'under''ccnsi'deratlon. Legislation go through the whole perlorm: policy were followed we. should scan s-weli bills have ance again. has had'.-, a Kce where some of our arc- Irea'dy'bMn1 passed.', Filteen are in street superintendent, and-a regular going to, and get real results, but.if he.cohimfttee of .whole stage. ;road gang lor nearly three years, and the present policy is continued..we'; 'hitteerY'are before'a'standing com- what is The result ol. their'lators! jshail have our streets like a' quag' niiUw'Vrid'.twenty'arc-'now awaiting Just mud. Now, I -feel'firmly after every storm 'for, time eler- tcir of the i vinced that- our street dep. I am, Yo'Jrs. truly, Vernon 625 9th St., S. fiffo'ddcedMn Ihe'hotiSf, making a to- rolicy should: te-altered al We have .ori-the river 'bottom j Hey. S. (i. Lawson, a retiretl an unlimited supply of' etc., clergyman aiyl n- yUl suitable lor road making, and 1 known writer, d'fd 'at Sasfetoon. He WINNIPEG s i 'would suggest that the city place a was'a native ol I'tince Edward IsU WATER PROJECT portable stone crusher down there, and. 6'cL, If. Itcy-, selected as tho Irsi cbmtiiisVloncr to act in connec- tion conslructio'n of the Shoal LAKciwater- project'by tho nd-j mlnlstratlori-.honrd ;b.t. tho Greater} Wlnnlpes, 41 a private meeting held-this 'inoffiing in the; ioard ot control chamb.er of the city! mil and J. :New one of'the favor. aMy 'pn-.th6' feaslbilUy 'cf the cily ngltb the water, a engineer.! W. F. Smith j Kerry arid Ctacei'w.lirbe chief engln- of the work. Mr. Reynolds and Mr! Fiiertes will Winnipeg next wees: and .will conference it wblch they will ,1 >lth ihifprellmiaary 'steps'In tho operations.1.- Winnipeg ratepayers er.tor.Ecn1 the (or the Shoal Late water proicct, and deleatni a Sir Gilbert Parker was a guosl ot _ Sir Wilfrid Laurier while at OltawaJ ho'spifal bfUw yesltrday. CVoxone Ssives Kidney SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER 'BACKACHE, STIFF JOINTS, RHEUMATIC PAINS I D1SAP.PEAP 1. AFTER FEW DOSES ARE Whllo people along; in; years are naturally more ireak kidneys, they can easily the tortures of o'' and tism, and be 8av6d- the annoyance' ol getting .up at :nlghl with, dis- agrciahlo bladder1 rtjsorders, Croxona rsllevta these conditions by promptly rcachinfj the cause and inlying the kldnoys filter the acids and waste matter that cause these troubles. U soaks right (r. and cleans out the stopped Inactive kidneys, dissolves and 'drives out the uric acid and other poisonous impuri- ties th'nt lodge in joints and muscles and cause', rheumatism...It ncuiraliio'sHheTurinc.so tt'no long- erJrriuUegjtfic'bladdcr, overcomes j j heltrs the. kidneys and bladder, re- gain health end slrenglh. It matters not. how long you liavo Buffered, hoi old you or what else you have used. It Is practically impossible to take Croi-. one without results. It Marts to work' tho minute you take Ural time you.use It.' ,An original package of Croiono .costs.but n trifle, arid all druggists are.author- ized to rntiirn tbe purchase price If It fails In a single case.