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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta [u-silay, October THE LETIIBIUDCiR DAILY HERALD Page r AGENTS for NEMO and WARNER'S CORSETS Store Bulletin No. 1 j Giving 'you a brief outline of the great values assortment we, have to offer you in a new, stock 01 Blankets, Pillows and Warm Satin Faced Comforters Just cue and you Tvill agree Tiitli UB that they arc the haudeoiiicBi Comrottera you iiave ever seen. Tliey ones .and gooi valco at that. Hotter save faur dollars. it Dark Comforters 2.85 1.50 buys a good one A cotton filled comforter, Koorl for every day wear, nicely covered with Art Mus- liu, eilru valuo, good size. Down Comforters An old roue, sky. pink, Nile green, over a good' ly layer of down feather fill- ing. to quality, eq QR i on enle nt...... Something for the Men's room will not soil n S3.T5 Clilmz, cot- ton illled, only 8 at this price. Comforter Coverings You have been looking for ut'sc comforter cove rings, bet tor fceq these new Huts ol Art MiiBllR, yard wide, TOSD carnation pat- 1 Qft terns, per yard lOw Pure. Wool Blankets a pair liere Is a Rood tull-sizecl, all-yrool Dlanket, made In Hrar.t- ford, Ontario. Nicely bleached, colored borders, uolt ana fleecy. ?UO value'at'53.36 for this sreal blanket tale. Grey Wool Blankets For those .who prefer a Eiey blanket we have- a spec- IE) ill-wool; full sized blank- eij. regular JJioO. CfS On sals nt Flannelette Sheetings Grey, or whlto Flanuelette Slieeling, 72 Inches wide. soft ana extra weight, special price during this sale, per yarfl -Our Pullman Rugs, Only at This Store They are the icil new wool, odd colorings, tan, cadet Hue, reseda 'green, with contrasting borders- of- brighter as bed cover, couch cover, something.to throw over i you tvhilo on the couch. Soft, fleecy and Extra special.....................-.............' "Humpty Dumpty rale Crib, .blankets; Duinpty" I ut Goose" to amuse' the two .sizes; -one. at J1.2B, and Emaller OCn 33C A Bargain in Fluffy Flannelelle Sheets of the better'kmd. Xot'the ordinary. Flannel- ette Sheets you see In ail the stores; but the real heavy eofi' in-.white, or- grey. Regular on sale A bargaln'-.to'PMlo-j-B, cor- ering of nlljn'f 'of feathers'aud coltoh huff. Large While QC they last, per pair T Hemstitched Pillow Cases Linen ..Finished- I'll low Cases, ready .to usei 'ou lno thln'gj'yo'j might not see'when Iti the "STORE-THAT SELLS FOR .IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN BEDDiNQg CUT THIS ADVERTISEMENT OUT Rylands Co. The-Sell-For-Less'Store-' AT THE SHERMAN PRIDAY, 'OCTOBER 10lh case Sam Cbitbera, -jr.P.P., re- to.accopt the PC el'county regls- Duggan Is likely to ho Conservative to sue- him. COLD .CREAM your hands and whlto, artd preyent roughness, chaps end sore lips, It. In elfcct to In 25c cpil glass Jars, at your NATIONAL? DRUG '-AKD CHEMICAL" co', OF CANADA... LIMITED, .MONTREAL 198 MILADI EDITED BY fHONES Office 1224 Rti- Suinn-.tr is gone on wings. And earlh has bulled all her flowers: Ko more tie lark. the.linnet sings, Hut Bileuce sils In laded bowers. Tlisrc 1R on p'ain 01 winter ere Lc comes again. -Hood. Autumn's sighing Moaning, dying Clouds are flying On lite Meftls tiieir O'er tLe meadows Walt lite ncck'd in Needs. Hut.-lia.naii Kead. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Stuw left this lornlne on a shooting trip and will c away two or time weeks.' Mr. Uowiaan "peeled back om the east on the ICth in.st.' Miss IJukie, of Ihe local telephone tall, and Mrs DuVic left this alter- oon lor Chlgarr. "'Ml pend a week visiting Irlfncs. Mrs. John Craig entertained 'hours" yeiUrday alttrnooa in con- ;ecfiori with the Ladies' Aid ol Knoi hurch. Itev. A. C. Bryan and Kev.' A.. 0. Sameion went to Blairmore today to attend a meeting ol 1'rcsliykry. They will return tonight. topic will be "The Idril Chrfstiau Co-operation with X The ladips ol the city arc remmfi'd iii (hi- I ivjc club on Thursday afternoon at when Coinmtsslotier Tratj will an address. A attendance is desired. The St. Cyi'rlon'a Junior Bible cltFs will meet at 7 13 sharp to- morrcns- evening In the Parish [OOcn, lo. arrange for tbe .winter's work. All the members are urged to bo icesent. 4 The lecture to be g'vcn by Miss Preston tomorrow al o'clock, in Iho Manual Training school, In con- nection wllb Ihe Home Kconomlcs de- partment of the club, should be largely attended. Tho tcrtes, In- eluding may be at- tended'by noii-membe-s cfjthe club faying one doUuT. There wjli bo one. lecture each month. Tomorrow's is pn fruits nnd Jellies. The Ladies'1 Cotta sxiely ol Paul's First .Lulbaian church Miss Gibson, SI. uill meet on Thursday} aiternoon with Manwaririg, SI S! Mrs. and Mrs. will.act as hostesses with Mrs. Man- waring .The recently elected officeri, ol the Westminster fjulld jt Knov cluicli vvtre 'duly 'in3tallcdvat an impressi.'c service last evening. The first ugu- lar meeting of- the Guild will bo held a in ManH, is spending a short tune next M6cdav when the sub- Ihe guest o! Mrs. llessey en toule ,j Jit. and Mrs. Heslop have as .heir guests the. former's sister and nephew, Mrs. J. D. Moore and Mas- .er Russell jlooie, of Toronto. .c Mrs. T. H. McKinney, of Edmonton, s n week-end; guest with Mrs: Cr. "ray. A London despatch says 'The trousseau ot th'e'UucliEss of is Bible." Gems from Ihe The.' Hospital Aid society met in annual .meeting with Mrs. C. F. 1J. Conybearc, Hiverview, jcittrday si- ferooon, with a good attenJince: 1 lie following officers were lor the ensuing year 'C. F. P. Coay- beare.! First Vice-President aid Buyer Mrs. F: W. Downer. i jj- i Second Vice-president-Mrs. A. A ioiv nearly complete: The. wedding dress is ot white "charmcusc; .draped j Andres with, lulle and -embroidered en ;.v .raiuc, charmeuse. hanging-from j X lull annual-staUm'fn't ol tbe sa shoulders, and draped. brusscls .j ,woyt s'notilv be publish jllque lace along traine, "T caught up by pearl j.and.i diamoi.d is The Anglican. Vo'u'i.; People's.as'so lace. The Right Place and Time to Buy Inlying time is here and lite very newosl designs nnd colorings can be found in our ('urpet Dcpiu'lmcnl. In making your purclmsc of nigs or carpets liciv, you huve absolute nssnrancc of the reliability of qiinlitics ;nul val- ues. Our nifjs are imi'dc by the world's best inaUers. want you to see our showing of want you to see satisfactorily you really can buy rugs and carpels. Fullorclug are a Hst of siKjrhlx for this jveek only. K iu of a Email or will pay you to look these over. have raaiiy others just as BATH MATS Blue ami green in small neat designs. A reversible mat that be waehc-d as easily as i. towel. BUe 27 x JJ4 OC Special 1 .UD BRUSSELS RUGS A-iplenflld collcctlOD of good wearing Brussels Rugs la conventional and oriental designs. Fawn, green and blue, colorings. Rugs 'suitable for any room In tho house here. Size worth 8 x 12.; for SI 6.75 75 BRUSSELS STAIR CARPET Green Oriental with touch ot fawru A carpet that will give good sat- isfaction. 27 Indies Regular ?1.50, per yan] AXMINSTER..... i. RUGS Heavy Pile Astninsler fiugt, with mix- ed centres and bordered ends. A rug. suitable for bed room use., tf 4 OK 'SUo 27 i 51; I i33 The Hudson's Bay Stores Council Cast Bal- lot as a Test (Continued From Front Page) llty Solicitor Btites that with the pre- 'erentlal ballot provided 1m IB the ctmrler the..umuber of choices for commissioners shall ha one than .be number of in the field; So to decide the question five mythi- cal candidates wore nominated for a mythical Job, and everyone In the room, including' Hichard Davis, of St. Helens, Lancashire, Eng- land, who was an Interested spectator, at-the meeting, voted. Even tbo re- porters TvcTe enfranchised for the time being. Of the'seventeen votes cast A and B had five each on the first choice, and C, D aiid K bad two Princess Maude and bl Ides maids will wear p incuse and cream lact Queen.Alexan-. dfa's dress will be of TvluteUuHe'ov'e-r: blact satin, with encrusted diamonds and' jet. delation ol" St..'Os'Ptian's church'me on Uii the other anil- quinized'' jcandH Knos: cburch tbe' scene 'of pretty wedding 'at eight-thirty last Vice-President E.'-S..'Jack- son. c L. Shirley. Jessie Gec-Jhcgan. .e., If theiro are five candidates there shall bo four columns for four choices iO ballot, or if there are .eight .dMntes there" BhaJI be seven 1115 officers choices. This Is by no 'means clear In the clause In tho challer which deals with that matter, for Ihe charter ap-. pcara to convay ths Idea that there to be discussed at a later meeting. The mistakes have crept in because of the various pre- ferential ballots in effect in other cities, l.etbbrldgs having, apparently decided on a mixture of all when tbe council last winter without knowing what was really wanted. The City Solicitor was IcalrtKled to bring In draft amendments, which shall ho only Ihree choices, no mat- .and second choices, it was found that each. Aid. Lovering" spoiled bis .bat- j will bo passed upon, and the ajnenil- many thought, for lie jincnls passed at this session of tho had a motion on tho table lo amend Ihe voting.rule In the new charter, so that the form of straight bal- lot might bn revived. Is'o one being elected on the canviss of first cholc-: cs, the second choices weve canvass- ed. Here A got two votes, 13 got ten, find C, D, and K two. each. 'Adding the results, of tbe counts in' the first The 'committees arranged for were whDt tn8 number of candidates in JB had 15, and A bad Bevenj while the I the field, and that tllrPP halilnfl n-IITi J liUrai'y, evening, when Miss Jean }0pfcoui, meeting be marked by every..voter, or IB, therefore, il.te a social fen ballots as are; pot so marked I number ot-b. came the bride oj_5ir. John'.Charles Hooker. -f OE. briilc gow-ue'd in with lace insertion am! peaMs aiH carried a siiower ,61 white carnations.. Her bridesmaid C. Lane, was was prett.itj; gowned i.D pale blue silk crepe trimming and carried while av.d pint tfona, while Mr.' lloolicr.suppdrt- Etl. the groorh..'[ Hcv.-A. G, Cameron'tied, the: hu'p- itial knot in tho presence ol a iium- bcr o- friends of the bride arid grooml E. F. "Layton, organist ol..the church, phycd the wcddinp; Tllr. MacGougan Mr. and Sirs. Hooker left-fpr Gal- gary and on- their.-return will resido at 281 Seventh- Arts.', .A., J" Edmonton, Alta., Oct. S. Holchkiss, publicity 'ol the.gorernnicnfi has been appointed inspector of Alberta cpTonerativo valor companies; He 'will discharge this office in" addition to Ms publicity work. An of ihjj-p'ulilic worVs department, has liCCn appointed to ei- iuc itic cicvarors in rezatii to co'n- struclton detail.' and' Mr." Holchkiss viU'lofttt Into'-tlio manner which ttic "locals" have bwn The borne Mrs. J. T. J. Vallnnre was: the scene oi a very pretty weJdlng -at nine-tliirtv last evening, when _Miss K. B.1 Hitchlc, who arrived in tbe pity on -Sunday morning from' Edinburgh, VJj-united in marriage to Mr. J. S.. Ilaxton manager ol Ihe' Uritlsh Canadian Trust Co.' The bride Was daintily white embroidered carried an' exquisite roses.1 She was'aUcrided'hy lanre, while" the grbom-was.'siippoit. cd Mr..Sydney Valtanrc; The .bride'was.' given- away by Mr the ceremony per ding match. j A sumptuous wedding supper wa .served, pink aslcrs and a pretty decoration. "r .Mr. onrl Jirs. Haxton will.reside a Seventh Avc.. ENGINE WENf THROUOH BRIDGE Port Onl, Oct Iho result of an engine on tbo Canadian Northern Railway going through a culvort at Wild Goose point, six mites east of Port'Arthur, En'giiictr Wil- liam Pioufus was scalded td death by and, Is In the hospital badly'scalded. When thoi-engine -fctck'td oVerft'fto culrert, the girders p'fj.lrcillei.broje and tbo baclc bono of tbe engineer'wai anap- -ftl In tho.mlddle.. -MatUicw -'Hicks, ,best u6wu aod oliicil 'auctioneer, l> dead. Cl-UBS AND Preparatory, service, will be held f St. Andrew's church .on Kri.ilay even ng nest. Wesley Ladies'. Aid will rnrot a three o'clock tomorrow, when .1 !i attendance is requested. Tho Christian Endeavor society L. St. Andrew's church will nbld' a con stcratlon meeting this evening.' Th -SEE-' "SAVED FROM AT-THE FRIDAY, bCTOBER'-ldlh Confirmation will he administered St. Paul's First Lutheran church i Sur.day morning next, wbcn'four r-mhers ol.the adult catechism class', hich. studying' the ca'le- rlsm for the past .'will be anfirmed. The service will commence ten o'clock and be followed f.by oly Communion. a At seven-thirty on Wednesday cven- if! a.lcacbcrs' nicjfing will be held i Stl Paul's Kirst liiithcran church nti at S o'clock rehearsal -win be eld.: 3 The girls of the Zafa Zama Pi club f-tbe FlrEt Baptist.church held their l-monthly-meeting last evening. N'ew meinbers rcere Iniftted and officers lected.for the. coming terra. Busl- -wns discussed.tor an hour after which refreshments were served a social time enjoyed. 'The officers elected-were: Allword. B. Mahon. W. Sllli. The meeting closed with the pealing ot tho Mlzpah." S i o young people of Wesley church md a very enjojable nay rack party Mt evening, being the guests of Mr and Mrs. 0, It. Daniels, at their coun try home. The party about fifty strong, Illled the wagon lo overflow- ing and a number of young ,aihleti8 decided.to start Iho season's train- ing with a Ihree Those [n the rig cheered Uiem on with the stirring strains of "Tramp, -Tramp, Tramp the arc- Marching." The advance guard ot pedestrians Includ- ing a number of tbe fair aex, reached the farm before tbe wagon, having It la said, discovered a road not on tho map. Mrs. Daniels and .Daniels re- ceived tbo. gucsta and all were Boon comoitable around cheery fireplaces. Tho time pataed quickly with guess- ing contests and other games and after a short program a delightful lunch waa eerved, ;.Tho party left for the city at an early hour, voting -Mr. and Mrs. Dan lels capital enlertalncri. will lie thrown out as' Aid. Hamilton, who bas bad expert- oncirislth the Hare-Spence form o! trolled behind wilh'four each, had a majority of the .ballots cost, and was de- clared elected by ;e AM. Lovering and Williamson sre In favor of the straight, ballot'used heretofore. As soon as the proper-method of voting is decided campaign will be started for the In- struction of voters.- The council did not finish its. busi- ness yesterday, and'adjourned to meet tonighl at eight It was seen by the toy vote that three choices might not be enough to preferential-ballot advanced the opln-! decide a winner in a large field, and ion thai three choices would not de- 'it was decided to ask.the City Soiici- cide the winner in a large field, and jtor to bring In an amendment lo the showed figures lo.prove his assertion, [clause which would cover' the'dlfti- BRAKEMAN ARRESTED. I-ondon, Ont., Oct. Reil- !y, a Grand Trunk brakeman, who lasl nlghl probably mortally wounded Ge- orge TJiackburn, bartender' at the Ce- ell Hotel, by shooting him through the lung, was caught by detectives while attempting- to freight. board a west-bound FORMER FERNIE POLICEMAN DROWNIO has Just been received from South Fort Oen-ge, of by drowning In Krasor River Cuc on June 11, last, of Sam Hartley, for some time member of the t'ernle city polfcc- until last sprint, pro- vincial conttable tf ilCEiner, SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! Get your Warm, Cosy, all Wool Bedroom Sliprjers early to get the best use of them. We have any and every kind for bedroom, house and party wear from wbql plaint or fur trim to patents, satins or velvets, v l Look them over at THE FOOT TOGGERY 620 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge if1. J. Stewart, iwlck- ;