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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE l>An.Y HERALD Thursday, October 1W12 CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block llL-YOUILWABDHObl: Money Savers for Wise Shoppers I'll- The Sale of Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments Continues Friday and Saturday. Radical Reductions on the Handsomest of Our New Fall Styles . Women confronted with the problems of dress will find our superb collections a splendid help in their search. The variety of new models, though late in the season, is exceptionally good, and each separate garment is a carefully selected triumph of designing and making. Price concessions for Friday and Saturday are extraordinary liberal, presenting the rarest saving opportunities we have offered this season, and guaranteeing a quick disappearance of some of the choicest lines. Every item on sale is taken from our regular stock, which is a guarantee of high qualitv, and at the prices prevailing for Friday and Saturday, should interest every economically inclined woman in Lethbridge who has still her needs to supply. Big Savings on All the New Suits 20.00 Suits on Sale Eri. and Sat. HdMi $22.50 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sat. $1S.0(� 625.00.Suits on Sal(? Fri. and Sat. .$20.0� $27.50 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sat. $22.�0 S:]0.00 Suits oil Sale Fri. and Sal. ^'24.m �$32.00 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sal. .1i2(MM� $;35.00 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sat. St�28.00 S40.00 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sat. $30.00 845.00 Suits on Sale Fri. and Sat. $3�. Worth-while Reductions on New Coats �Sla.OO Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. .1512.00 S18.00 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. .151-1.-10 820.00 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. JflO.OO $22.50 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. H^M 825.00 Coats oji Sale Fri. and Sat. .1(20.00 827.50 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. $22.00 830.00 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. $24.00 835.00 Coats on Sale Fri. and aSt. $28.00 840.00 Coats on Sale Fri. and Sat. $32.00 WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT These Dresses Are Reduced aio.oo 812.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $50.00 Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Frida}^ Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday-Friday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday and Saturday ami Sattirday and Saturday .$ -S.OO $10.00 ..$12.(M> $14.40 ..$l�.00 . $20.00 $24.00 . $28.00 $32.00 $40.00 Every Hat in the Store On S:ile for tjie two lull days at bi j;: lU'ciiiftions on 84.00 Hats. Kri. aiul Sat. . 85.00 Hats, Fri. and Sat. . 8G.00 Hats, Fri. and Sat. . 87.00 Hats. Fri. and Sat. . 88.00 Hats, Fri. :fnd Sat. . 80.00 Hals, Fri. and Sat. . 810.00 Hats. Fri. and Sat. if $3.20 ..$4.00 .$4.80 ..$.5.(}0 ..$(..40 ..$7.20 ,. $s.oo %3 812.50 Hats, Fri. 813.50 Hats, Fri. 815.t)0 Hats, Fri. 817.50 Hats. Fri. 820.00 Hats. Fri. 822.50 Hats. Fri. 825.00 Hats, Fri. Oi'i^inal Cost^. and Sat. $10.(M) ajid Sat. .$10.80 and Sat. .$12.00 and Sat. $14.00 and Sat. .$10.00 and Sat. $18.00 and Sat. .$20.00 Tailored Skirts Very Cheap 8 0.50 Skirts, Friday 8 7.00 Skirts. FridaV 8 8.00 Skirts, Jt'riday 8 0.00 Skirts, Friday 810.00 Skirts, Friday 81.75 Underskirts, Fr 82.50 Underskirts, Ft 83.50 Underskirts, Fr 84.00 Underskirts, Fr 85.00 Underskirts^ Fi and Saturday .t. .. .$5.20 and Saturday.....$5.60 and Saturday ....-..$6.40 and Saturday .,....$7.20. and Saturday......$8.00 iday and Saturday .$1.45 �iday and Saturday .$2.'yrup reoipe la now used hy i; : , i,t houaowlvea throughout lilt; Ui i ..! .�iiiiles and Canada. The lilaii ha , i...i-ii Imitated, but the old sucocsiifii! tciinuia 'has never been enualeil. A ijuarnnly tif uli'-tiUiio aatUfactlon or money promptly I'oiunUed, goe.i with thl� recipe. Your dvuKniat hua Plnex, or will got 11 for you. U not, suni to U'ha I'liiex Co., Torunlo, Oct. noise about it, but he was just boiling over-with system and organJzatiou. He was regularly employed from 8 in the morning until fi in the evening. The contest had been announced about two weeks when he made up his mind to compete. He never lost a day from his regular employment. Ho also never lost an opportunity to ask for subscriptions for 'the paper. This young man practiced �what Would be called scientific manage ment. He didn't walk up to a friend or a prospective subscriber and say: "Will you givo me a subscriptlou payment." No, sir. His introductory talk was aomothlng like this: "You're tailing the -, or yoii should take it. Shall I give you a receipt for ono or two years? I'm after the ibest pri-/,e, you know." And that's what he got when the votes were all an. But that's not all. The prize was of about tlie same value as the first pilze in tlic Herald cojiitest. He sold it for li.liOO cash. Now, he didn't take tills money, and have one continuous round of pleasure until it was all gone. Hc looked further ahead than that. He rustled up a few hundred dollars mere, and engaged in business-ciuit his job lor call it position, if you like, it's ail tile same In Uie end.) Today this aiuue young man is prosperous, and has a half-dozen employees. Do you follow me? Of course, you see the moral; ISuter the Herald contest. Campaign lieaduuartt^rs in iho Ac-adte 'block, over Red Cross drug store. 'Phone 1732. I� you live outalde o{ the city, a letter or long-dlslanco 'phone message (paid at this end) will 'bring any additional information desi'red. ? 1 .not] house, to be erected by The Herald: or $l.5u0 automobile of any make; or a trip around tlie world, all expenses paid; or .$1,200 cash. ^SOO Annelus player plana. $4110 .McMillan upright piano. $2.i0 order on any Lethbridge merchant advertising in the Herald, or $-00 in cash. $150 parlCT suite or dining room suite, to be purchased from advertiser, or $12ri cash. $100 Vlctroki ami $1.5 worth of records, or ?100 cash. $�0.00 cash. $�15.00 cash.  $;!0.00 cash. $2r..00 cash. Ten per cent, commission to candidates, who do not win a regular prize. The ahovo prizes will be 'awarded to the Ion candidates, regardless of rop.idence, having the highest vote, the leader having choicf ot lirst pr!;;e oii-tions, the one standing sec-finil, having chcici.' or the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player pin no. and ho oh, until all the prizes are taken up. V ? ? ? ? ? ? ? NEW CHIEF IS NOW ON THE JOB Impresses Casual Interviewer as a Man Big Enough for Job yoUj and unless tlie Herald misses its .;. .> .;. .> 4. i> : terb were talked over info-rmal-: ly, iitlor which he went to the police station where he was : swcrn in 10 his position as : chief constable. As most of ? tho moil wore already detailed : on duty In connection with the cereniony at tho park, the > chief made no address to the men, but it is likely that he : will call them togettior at iiu ? early dale, when all rules and regulations will be discussed. ? : ? ? ? ROBLIN'S GANG BUSY Winnipeg, Oct. 9.-D. H. Walkln-Bbaw, a Liberal worker In tho Mac donald bye-elocUon, wae ai'i-ested to HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE CU-f II William 1{ Davis, tlio new chief of police 111 tills cilj, arrived yesterday aflprnoou iroiu 'rDroiilo lit anil well III assume Ills duties as head of tlie Lothbridgp police department. I.ast i.'Vciiiiii; a rcpri'si'iiUitivc-ot the Herald had an iiilcrvicsv with ;Mr. Davis. U was all iiilcrvicw of an amprcssioiH character-thru is to say, t>ie Herald wauled lo size up the now chief anil study him. The result is tliLs-l.cilibridRp may, it one mistakes not, congratulate itscl guess Chief "Bill" Davis will prove a decided acquisition to this city and further will confinand the respect ot the men under him. Hill, as he is familiarly known to the newspaper men in Toronto, gives you the impression that he will stand for no nonsensj or dilly dallyin);. His face seems to read, "1 came here to be chief of police, and I intend to fulfil the duties roquircd ot me only in that capacity." .Mr. Davis left'Toronto last .Saturday, when about 300 o� his friends g;,i\c him a fine scnd-oH. Before' lie left the boys presented him with a handsome gold watch and chain. .'Vsk any of the scribes on tlie Queen City papers about "Bill" and they will tell you he is white clear through, hut that on the other hand he will tolerate no funny work. When you Kct a look at the new chiei >ou will asree with this opinion. Mr. ? Davis is much impressed with the ; city so tar as he has seen it. He, ] like most visitors, took occasjion to j ' say a few nice things about tho Oalt [ .>'-Gardens and the street lighting sys-,' ,;, tern and, of course, the street car service. Bill Davis i.s an excellent ..., jud|;o of character. He can size up a ...! mall in the twinkling of an eye and ? he has Ihe faculty of heiuK able to tell wlictiier a crook is, or is not, penitent He bclii'Vps in givini; a ma" a chance, but, if that roan should hM'iik faith with Davjs then look out for the conseiiiicnccs. Vou need not *|\vorry about Chief of Police Davis, I who does not believe in talking al;out I* I wliat he can or cannot do. liis ex-: i pcricncc will uni|iicsl,ionabiy lit'him ? jfor the iliitips rci|uired of him and ? ihPioie niiiny moiillis roil around l.eih-: i brill!!;!' should have a police force ' w hicli oii.i.;lil to lie a credit to it, Tiic new chief conferred with Mayor Ikitch today and .just as soon as he is swoni ill he will commence hiu duties. THEATRICAL STAR UNDER ARREST F. M. CHAPPEL OF "MrSSOURl GIRL" KICKED UP DIDOES AT FERNIE ? ? I ? i ? i (Special to The Herald.) Fernie, Oct. St.-Prank M. Chappel, a member of the "MIssoutI G1i*1" theatrical troupe, was arrested here on Saturday night, and is being held under a charge of assault and creating a �disturbanco on the street. He has been before Magistrate Whlmster, and is remanded for further preilii.minary hearing until Saturday. . The two boys returned from Spokane, were also up for preliminary hearing today, and wore remanded un til tomorrow. Sherwood Herciimer is appearing for ono of tho boys, and Just what tlie outcome of the case will be is a conjecture. ADVERTISING MEN SUPPORTING HIM FOUR HUNDRED MEN CONTRI. BUTE WEEKLY FOR BOY WHO LOST LEQ SHOT KIS RIGHT ARM OFF I was given relief. Iilngstum lives alone, and while he was moving some of the furniture, (he shot gun wii.s Uiiockod from' a gnnruck and discharged. AN AEROPLANE TRIP Spokane, Wash., Oct, 10,--.lohn IJry-anl a San Francisco aviator, announced while In Spolcaiie with Aviator _ Walter fOdwards, that h� 'will start un having se-1 f,.o,, Astoria, Oregon, ,luno I, lOlli, on cured a man who appcurH cveri^ inch | ,^ t,,,p ^ i,y,roplane up the Colum-an ofhcer capable ol dischar(5ini5 his 1 j,, ^si,^,,,,^,, tluiics without tear or lavcir to any -rhoHM. win fni,�. ,i,n oiip. i\lr. Davis would not talk about himself. Hp has a pair of keen eyes capable of peiielrating very ileeji. llis; ,. , ,, foiohea.l is broad and hi.s face tirm i �' 'l""'^l�-P''P�"er, with a deteiiiiiued and prominent chin which indicaies strength and moral stafnina. Moreover, the new new chief sl.'ihtls over six toet liigh and is altiiguthe"iv_a splendid specimen oi manhood. He ij'ill do nicely, thank record. Tho tri|> will take- him through (Jregon and Wushingtou and Into Canada. "1 will have a now type headless hydro-lilaue," said UTyaut, "and will follow the Columbia rlvoi- aa far as 1 can find Bunicleiit depth. 1 luivo had considerable experience with gas motors, and will be able to tiilio care of Um ni�-chlno inyself," Spokane, Wash., Oct. 10.-Four hundred advertising men of Spokane are making weekly confcnlbuUons of ten cents each to care for Jlmmle O'Neal, a 12-year-oId lad who loet a leg in an accident during an automobile parade given by the Spokane Ad club. Jlmmle was an uninviited guest in a place of .honor' at the rear of one of tho big auto trucks, and when the machine following got beyond control for a tew moments and bumped into the ono Immediately ahead, the boy's leg was crushed so severely it had to bo amputated. Fearing tho driver might be blamed for the accident, Jlmmle at first refused to tell the police how the accident happened. .\s soon as news of the niisfcrtune of tho boy was brought to tho attention of President^ R. 13. Bigeloi'' of tho A A club, a special meeting was called and it was determined that every member should pay 10 cents weekly to the support of the boy and llis widowed mother. That is why someone passes a hat around at every meeting ot the club. GASOLINE ENGINE BLEW UP Halifax, N.S., Oct. �.-The unknown vessel reported burning by lighthouse keeper Cllkie, of Sambre, turns out to be liio two-ton fishing vessel Nina S., whusE. auxiliary gasoline engine blew up. T The Reason Why You put into every article you bake-your experience, knowledge and skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supremest effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Best every time, because it is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. ;