Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
m CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 QTTf T T7nt> r Acadia Block SATURDAY RICH IN SPLENDID VALUES No such assortments within your reach as ars here awaiting your judg- ment and approval; as for styles, quaJitfes and prices, we throw down the gauntlet to any store, far or near. This list for tomorrow is far and away the best from a qual- ity or value viewpoint that lias ever emanated from tins store. Every item is brand new, bear- ing- the Clarke quality of "Sat- isfaction. or money back." Styles are also perfect, no matter how low the price. These various items will, fin every thrifty woman with enthusiasm for their splendid quality and fair all through the list there are savings that no woman who appreciates exception al values can afford to miss. We give the details are worth specially careful and the constant keeping in mind of the fact that values are conservatively stated, unusual as they seem to be. vr t 7 WE URGE EARLY CHOOSING OF THE LAST OF THESE SUITS They're excellent values and per- fect-fitting garments, made in newest style, of pure wool materials; colors navy, green and black. WE HAVE THE BEST VALUES EVER SEEN IN COATS A splendid collection -to choose from. Made of pure wool beavers and striped friezes, in colors navy, green, grey and black. Semi-fitting styles. BEAUTIFUL SILK AND SILK MOREEN -No'Tise sending away when you can buy such splendid undergarments at such a moder- ate outlay. Made of excellent quality silk in black only: and fine silk moreen-in black and all colors, plain and fancy striped effects. EXCELLENT QUALITY STRIPED ENGLISH FLANNELETTE Splendid weight, firmly woven clotlb full 32 ins. wide, shown in a big range of light and medium colors. HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES. REMARKABLY CHEAP! AT A new lot just to hand; made of excellent quality cotton in.40 inch size finished with two-inch hem, hem- stitched. HANDSOME SILK LINED NET WAISTS COItfC AT neat effects in the-new tailored styles, made ,of excellent quality fine nets in white or Pans shades; trimmed with insertion and tucking both-in body and ii2ee. LADIES BLACK CASHMERE HOSE IN SPLENDID FALL WEIGHT 25c Absolutely "pure wool, too; they are wonderful value at the weight, full fashioned, seamless feet, spliced heels and toes. LADIES HEAVY DOGSKIN DRIV- ING CLOVES, FINE AND SOFT, .'-A splendid wearing glove special- ly adapted to rough or every-day wear; shown in tans only. Good in wrist; finished with dome fasteners. BEST, QUALITY ENGLISH PRINTS GUARANTEED WASHABLE, Seldom indeed, that you will find the Highest :.grade English prints at the price" quote you assortment is large. and varied too, the cloth verv evenly woven all perfect goods of superior quality and colors absolutely fast dyes. v Heavy weight cloth in brown or half bleached, 18 in. wide, firm and strong; finished with red iborder. FINE WRAPPERETTES AND VEL- [OURS A broad collection to select from ia a splendid range of all the wanted fall dots, stripes, Per- sian and. flora] designs. PURE LINEN TABLE NAPKINS FINISHED WITH NARROW The result of a special purchase at a price way below what we would ordinarily have to MI "0 FINEST UNSHRINKABLE CREAM FLANNEL 50C A lovely soft quality in absolute- ly pure wool goods and guaranteed not to shrink, 29 ins. wide, fine even weave. EXCELLENT QUALITY FALL UN- DERCARMENTS SOc Ladies' vests and drawers in white and splendid weights for fall .ind winter of our lending lines at the price. BOYS' SUSTER BELTS OF FINE MOROCCO LEATHER-25C Not often you hear of belts like these at 25c So be here to supplv your get your share before the entire lot is gone. The'leather is fine soft quality and does not crack. Colors Drown, red, black and white. Front trimmed with ornament. HAIR 3ARETTES IN NEWEST SHAPES 20c A splendid collection of these scarce goods in a wide range of var- ious new shapes, colors shell, amber or grey. TWELVE STICKS WHITE TAPE IN BUNCH 5c stick a different width, grad ing fromlS'o. 0 to No. 10; good qual- ity and strong, the whole dozen for AT PINCHER CONTROL OF FIELD j; Democratic Convention of New York City Dominated by Tammany New York, Oct. Democratic Pincher Creek, "Oct. final meeting of the "committee appointed to consider the prospects and advis- ability of forming an amateur athle-i tic association for this district; was j convention of the City of New hciu'on Monday evening in the following ticket: Plc'room of the King Edward Hotel, For Mayor-Justice William Jay when the constitution vaacl Gaynor of Brooklyn which had been prepared were read and adopted. These were submitted at a public meeting held in the opera louse last night, when, the organisa- tion of the club was formally com- pleted and officers for the'same ap- pointed. For M. Moore, of Manhattan. For President of the Board of Al- F. Galvin, of Manhat- tan. The nomination of Judge Gaynor Warnock, M.P.P., was appoint-'was matie with a great demoiistra- ed chairman of the meeting, at which jtion of enthusiasm and by unanimous there was a pretty good attendance i vote- of our business and representative men present. The officers elected were: C. Kettles, Hon.-Prcsidcnt; T. Hm ton, Hon.-Vice-President; Patrons Tammany had its own way at the convention. Of the 9-delegates represented, Tammany had eontrol'of almost the entire representations of John Herron, M.P., and John Hen- j the boroughs of Manhattan and the derson; President, J. H. Schofield; j Bronx, mustering 918 votes. The 1st Vice President, Dr. Warnock, M.; Tammany cohorts were so stroos P.P.: 2nd. Vice-president, J. J. j that they overrode with the greatest ease the opposition headed by State Senator Patrick H. McCarren, of Brooklyn, who hoped to secure the Hudson's Bay Co Scott; Secy.-Treas., Dr. Wright; Ex- ecutive T. J. Moore, Dr. Gulespie, H. Purkiss, G. D. Plunkett. R. H. Ormond. The clubs compris-! Denomination Of Comptroller Feta of mg the association, are hockey, borough.- The convention nomin- ball, lacrosse, .baseball, polo, for this office Robert M Moore" ball, with any future clubs that may j President; of the Commercial Trust be With regard to tfau Company, the Tammany selection. Mayoralty fight, to iili; building of a skating and curling'rink such a scheme is likely to be left for private enterprise or subscription. Matters of "an athletic nature have now assumed a definite shape in the town, however, and it will not be surprising to hear of a good sized co- vered skating rink, being under con- sideration before very long. the auspices of "he Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary a harvest home dance, will be field-in the. opera AUuse on or about November 1st, to be fol- lowed by a Hallowe'en supper This will not be a masquerade affair but the gentlemen attending are expected to appear in harvesters' attire ladies forming the hospital are a band of typical willing workers who deserve liberal-suPport and on- The _ Justice Gaynor's chief opponent will be Otto T. president of the New. York Trust Company, ;wno was nom- inated by the Republicans a few days ago, and who has some assurance of support from the There yet remains, the possibility 'that the will 'the contest a triangular one ;.by naming a separate ticket. The platform _adopted by tiei Demo- cratic convention deals .broadly with national, State and municipal ques- tions. It, denounced the recient tariff legislation, and objected to 'any intcr- .fererice affairs by the State SP 4> 4> 4- nd Fur- Coats In Order to Secure ihe First Early M BteeT has Ld has had: very fancy base'of which Js: composed of -y painted o _ with 'electricity not Legislature. Adopted "We the-platform they the general'government_____ exercise, only the power granted' to it j by the federal constitution; and the largest measure of self-government possible should be given to all the different localities of the state, ;to the end that home jule should everyi where Drevail anri only makes a splendid also a good street' light but her quiet, and modest manner Banff -on a honeymoon .the public Mr. and Mrs: Gk Campbell, couver, are visiting.at Mr. and Mrs Brocket. Mrs. Macleod, is at pre- sent visiting with Mrsl' A C Kpm mis. Mr. Wm. Ashley, recently of Lang- ham, Sasfc., has secured-a position in the printing office here. Mr. Cameron, Bank of Commerce where prevail and ,tnat individual lib- erty within the law be enjoyed to the largest possible measure by all citi zens. believe that unnecessary taxa- tion is unjust; and we arraign the Republican party and President Taft for.their failure to keep their explicit promises made .to the'country that the tariff would be revised down- We believe that no tariff should be made in excess of qmred to pay the expenses of the gov- ernment economically administeVed and we ondemn the tariff law by a Republica power. such reduction as the country a right to expect from the prom- 0 ifc >7 the party in T our. representatives n the Legislature of the' state to accountant here, has returned from a ortnight's holiday m Winnipeg. Dr. Hewitson has 'returned from a np to the east. schoolhouse.is to' be erected n the Cyr school tnd stable 12 x 24. in favor of the. constitutional amendment authorizing an income Regarding city .affairs, the platform advocates municipal ownership the bmlding of additional subways by the city, retrenchment in expenses the Women's Fur-lined coats, of high grade imported broad- cloth; lined with fine muskrat; Alaska sable collars. Prices each from to Similar Coats with Mink collars and rev.ers at to IBS- Fall and Winter 'Skirts In Venetian Cloth, Panama, Broadcloth, Friezes; Voiles, Tweeds and Worsteds.' In all the latest includ- ing navy, green, grey, cardinal, brown and taupe greyl Plain, braided and pleated. New high waist effect. Trimmed with jet buttons. Taffeta Silks and Folds. In all sizes. Prices range from to A Special Line of Skirts In STavy, brown, green, black, panama and Venetian cloths. In all sizes. The best bargain in Alberta. Shoe Department We have just received -a large shipment of FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS in all the latest and most comfortable styles. Girl's Felt House' Slippers, leather soles. From, per pair Misses Felt House Slippers, leather soles. From per tii SyStein the and the more rigid enforcement of the eight-hour day for city and public service employees. There was no Mr, Bratz, who had to undergo ah peration on his jaw last week, is regressing favorably. Mrs. J. D. Boyce has as visitors t the present time, Mrs. Green of Hamilton, and Mrs. E. C. Green "ith her son and daughter, of Ot-i -.--V...V, 1YO.U district 20'x 26 or even indirect reference Ir the platform to the retiring adminis- tration ,0f Mayor McClellan. Justice Gaynor, the mayoralty can- didate, is a native of Oneida County Aew and is 58 years old. in national politics he has been a sistent and life-long Democrat, tice Gaynor was nominated con- Jti.v Supreme Court by the Republicans and Independents of this city .twice has declined nominations governor. He was prominently men- tioned for the second place on the Sunday morninz "atlonal Democratic ticket at the convention services at The Methodist Church is now d hy electricity. Tbe other churches rill surely follow suit. Harvest thanksgiving i v in gs tone nd at Cowley in the afternoon Rev W. H. Mowat will be the preacher M' Moore' the nominee :.-r The new store, of which Mr Scho coniptrollcr' was in Cincinnati, and-is 50 years old. He has always been a Democrat. j John P. Galvin, the nominee Tor j president of thc Board of -Aldermen 'is president Of the Metal Stamping field is manager, is stvled "The Pm __- j i. .A viders." A delay in the arrival "of vhft stock has prevented .the business beinc opfned up yet. The Gordon Minstrels are hilled for the Opera Hnn.so OT1 'Saturday The. date of Harold Jarvis' appear- MPW ance here has her-n changed from vemher 1st to October 29th vvellington. JST.. Z., Oct. Companv. ZEALAND'S PARLIAMENT Thc Bros, and of SPO uct. Irane.and Chica-o have taken over tho ?aland opened today. In ock of Dawson Bros, and are of it r, a forrod sale to 'last days. Thc sn.1r is adv com- Snturdnv. Wo understand lh rpfur ton. N ATU RAL GAS COM B I N E Chatham, Ont., Oct. Arran.crf- ments aro xmder way for the forma- tion otva gig-antic natural gas trust to control thc supply .of natural gas -in the Western Peninsula. The Vol- canic Oil and Gas Company said to be backed np by Standard Oil cap- ital has now got its mains all but Windsor, Samia, Blenheim and a score of intermediate places as well Chatham and Wallaceburg-, and said contemplate purchasing all i the speech from the throne, thp jrov- ornor said that Lord Kitehem-r had accepted an invitation to visit New I Zealand and that as a result n. con- to With thc LTnitcd thc j claim? to Webster Ln.nd bo sub- to a specinl tribunal. Nego- tiations arc- procoodinp for improv- i as it, the distribution points stations at these ing the mail service with Vancouv WANT FIGHT AT GALYESTON Galveston, Texas, Oct. local sporting combination is said to have offered a purse for the Jef- fries-Johnson fight if Johnson will here. The scheme is to build a pavilion on the rock jetties five miles out- in the gulf to accommodate from to 20.000 people. Thc Texas prize fight laws extend 'only three miles from shore. .Women's Felt House or leather soles From per Men's Carpet or Felt Slippers, leather soles. From per pair I CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK We carry' the greatest variety in Southern Alberta and give the'best value. Underwear Department Men's Extra Fleece Underwear', per suit Men's Pure Wool Unshrinkable celebrated goods, per suit and Stanfield's Highest urade Underwear, per suit Wolseley's Famous-English Underwear. 'The best in the world. Suit Men's Heavy Blue Flannel Working Shirts. Each at and Men's Grey Flannel Working Shirts, each and Men's Extra Heavy Grey Tweed Shirts. Prices, run and Men's Fine Black Serge Shirts. Each to Men's and Youth's Coat Men's Pure Wool Sweaters, high necks, in brown and grey. Boy's Sweaters, buttoning at neck. Each......... WASH AND BE CLEAN Royal Crown and Golden West bars for a perfection of laundry soap. We have also Sunlight and Monkey Brands. SEVEN CARLOADS OF FRESH GROCERIES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Wines and Spirits Department When in need of stimulants, get the best: HUDSON'S SAY BRANDIES Diamond Special Extra Special per bottle. bulk, the best in the world, per gallon. Hudson's Bay Ten. Year Old Whiskey is famed the world over. In Stout, Porter and Invalid Port, we have the best brands. Alberta's Pride, the beer with the green label, at brewery- prices. Phone 31 and ask for Wine Spirit Dept. >c DAV pn 1 D ufl! liu.