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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TEX Matthews, Horse Thief, Retaken; Found By Posse Under Bed At His Ranch, Armed to the Teeth Till: LETiyWIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10. I0IR Olio of the tuns' tine* evor offectrd t.1 '.va-' carried i.ii: fr.UH'il Of i;'t:i !'.' lli.- pn>>i.-.\- ......;> Ci..i jail h.M  !c�! nTi'l r'.mc \ :.�  l""i".or Ma: ;v >'. lie" hr..� i lli:;; on -mi- .....i : man .j:i�t>:.�!! -I  �w-re h..y JVavcr M'.r.f*. ;n.\- i-a-p 'or tho woman he claimed to 'or his vifo. A close watch was kept on the J-..'i ;.'i.u-.\ V'r.ia'-y Iho posse yesterday pv.i | a tt-rnoon. al'.i B FOR THE RED CROSS mmm, I 'l'i ! in his v t:>;.: V e til ' 5  Ml til"'1 ur�m ; v. :. ' :i -o ! � ;i; L' Insi'p. mai:l'o w. i"- Of ilir n ,:i \v';ii. n.-. >�.->;;. i: - o;'.' : t;," n.- �; A E.-.d A;:r jo!or rap- the woman ami tho ather anil hroihor of Matthews had  I'.'U arrepv.l. wont to tho home for a ;e.,;vh Tho day provio'.ls' on the ap ev.'.i li o* tl'.e po.s>o the '.10111.111 hatl 0 ae o'lt ami fire.l ;�o shots in the' 1 ir as a warning I Armed to tbe Tsctii Yesterday tho pesi-o '.rider  were lookinc abon' :->r '.!> rife wluoli ti'.e woman u.ul vise.'.. � hen or.e of to- eiviiiai'.s w:t'.' tho . arty, p A Mitehe'.l. happened to �ok utiii'T ''Oil an,! saw tho nvt/rle-: a rif'i-v tie invo^iigntcil a liit'.o irtli'V and saw that the ritl" was in � e liar.I- of Matthew.-, who was 'aid-�:i a::io:is the rnbhi-ii under i':e bed. ��::-t Allen, who was standing near. .::�.��. his autoniatie. ..;d held t'ne ::i.i;i t.i:�ifc 'win pr-ntier. The -�fie  o faun 1 to b" '..uvie.l. and Matthews .1 ho; an auMiiuflc How Ali-:i   :' o-.'aped pei'.inf; -hot i> a ::,.y�;ery ' . t ii>ii'iire ha~ c,tu,-o..l c,-�.�t radio: r. d'.-'tne: an.! rnuon cr.'.li: i.- 1 .>:u-. to i''!'s; r.c'.rn for :';� dir.'."'.on ; - .. -. ir 1 � ('nils' Alb-n who nerv-� ;:>' i up the . 1 �nvii :. :or:r.eriy wa--'a"a:."o. at K't'.aw. i'.'." wotnan wa-i.-:v-n 'nree month- on a y � !iar^�. and the father and brother of h-'ws are heme held. " .'.thews' father ha 1 :h->  . .- that hh .10:1 w.iuM never he ,;. T!".. b:s Ked Cross ThankssivinR' rjs . onipe. it .on is open. The pumpkin do : ^ :i�ted by Sup; Fairfield of the Kxperi ' ^ mental Farm is on display at Wool- I 338 worth's. The cost of a (tu,!! , {1} � otits. So 1 lip ont tlu> eotipon he! ;!l in yum :ia:i;-' atid addi'i o\ pr-Hideil at the \Vi>o',worth -'..'ri' Th-' ;i;o::ey all stoes to the lied ' :oss and the pumpkin to the person nutkilV the nearest ."aess. 1 RED CROSS PUMPKIN GUESSING : f: COMPETITION |jj '�'y iltieys is ....................... "y Na:n" is ........................ : y .v.d:-.-. is ......................[; II1111MI1 1 With the Choicest leixhifee Procurable This big store stands ready to most satisfactorily meet your Thanksgiving needs in *outer and under gar* ments, waists and neckwear, hosiery and gloves, dress goods and silks, staples and wash goods, furs, millinery, knit goods, etc. 1 JP i C.P.R. CLAIMS STAFF Hi Interest in Fright .Strike Is In Action of I'ninn Men on i; Fritkiv. Infatuatice 'or Woman BAD SCALD "?nrh r�li�t I .el* wien I �? I>!i* to a b*d!y it* hATti'.'" wri'M A. R�t #( Tiasithr S' . MoLtr**!. "! win Miad.Df n��- eti* :',p for fn sinhw. "Th�n I foaari#ncMl us.nit Tatn-Buk. asd >kt> 0rut a^pll.ation r.-iv tne �on* k�tjt !� U;� !:cn-e fcr eiitj. lo.rn� a.ttl knock*, and for ari'tr.a. r:nt"irsi. fcoila, p!3i?lai. biiod  rc.�olar. �lr*-i aid pF�� It ranee b� ��M11�4. AU d�*J#ra or Z*a; n..k C�� 1ot�uo. We bo*, a t- '�''. 1 ��-\>" ' � .. r it. ::. �., ,. � �. ,,.-..r ' ,:�� ha'.f Sp.i:n�l: i::;i".-n.'a ��:>� �. e r v aiiv.i. a .1: 1 .' 1 lO' 'I'll!!' '.1 ttl-�'1 t!0*pi * -d '� .1h'. \ .' -.pre t>. had ;>i or aj.v-4. to a X'. ;.t r. r : -t\ .:.(* !: � -a'r:i, t.e;^:;i r; .:� ''1 .'�.; .'. Trail.-;, r*. to pe;: 1.0 r. in : el^'ll' At Caigj-y. d.iiit � I -lu hi"-- hJ;e U lie iKe Wen peg  ., .' .1 p.�* U;i' e.n T ' ' > - .' : * � tn .1 ''". :r..--;;-./- : W .:.:.:peic and ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE! -K^h^ POPULAR SERVICE -..rr.'.d at be. ante ,; �J.,;3i;:u > Canada to Glasgow 1-^'!T*^ ;;.?^;';'';eond;1 �Far full ififormitlan apnly to Age nt j | " -eji a a- hjie arrr.vd in tile cr Company'a Office. 270 Mam St., ; �i�t If thf epidemic l:'.lt.ti-Uf I"I.-II the in to t!l I! Winnipeg. a�t II 'n? eppietn'.i.' --pre.ol.h -iniiUr n wii: he takuti throughout t:u---s j province .s* � now caa�j were igport-f\ today. Sure! High Heels I Cause Corns But 5 Who Cares Now ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE At Meoie Jaw '�'�' la ' :; ,i' r->'i.-:nK mh,- Next uf-Kin was re�p-* cua�i tnkinc the striker*-' pUeesi in tin htsl: lieel luotwar they - ttter tr-.ta the freight �he.U hcr�. 5 torus, then they i at and trim at The local Next-uf-KIn are not re jiainlul jw.rits 'Alii'h merely ::;ai.. the �j),,rnit(l.- ir. any way (or any worn en vora grow lmi-1. T.'il.? ...ii. . :a'. !:�:!:'. -jkms 't'.e ;''.ae- �jf a i'riker. ur.d m ' aiay caus., lockjaw and w:ii-r. Ai- .i':l.-r to ascertain the attitude ut the w;irnpd ii stiai ;t. I'algury association the (nllowuiB A low drops fl a druer eali-d tr- a in- was asul to the branch there: , cue ajildle.i diiei'.ly uie.n a .-.!� e.,ru A rumor in Lotr.t>r1d([e that sol-j '. (tivtjd quicl: relief tmd -i/tin tue eniir.- dl�r�' dependents wim are w.rkir.K in---- '. i'�rn. and all, lilts o'lt v,;tnuiit >; fr*lfht -hedi. it Htrtke-hreaWera j j|rs .j. parjh -tt| AV). s. received ,|>ain. Ask the it rug store nun ;�- a are h�r� with the C�lft>ry brjuc.'i N ' .. jnj i,i(in..'iK 'Vit I'ti- Jij-eph �quarter ol an xun  i.e.v; .iets. repair pan.- �r,�i suprUes kept on hai;d. UNITED TYPEWRITER Co. L C. CARLIN - REPRESENTATIVE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Turner, Mont , wounded. He was taken on the strength here ib committees had been appointnd :> deal wi'h the riuestion, one of v.hi lii'Ji as $2.50. Plain weaves and stripes in colors taupe, tan, brown, sand, putly. pearl grey, green, navy, black, white, pink, helio, etc.. selling at the same price as we sold this same line for more than a year ago. Very special value, $2.00. Thanksgifieg Stocks of Ready-to-wear are Superb, aid Vahes the Very Best Withim Your Reach NOT AN OLD GARMENT IN THI9 STOCK - EVERYTHING BRAND NEW AND RIGHT UP TO THE PRESENT MINUTE STYLES. WE ARE SAFE IN SAYINC. THAT THIS IS BY FAil THE FINEST LINE OF OUTER GARMENTS EVER SHOWN IN TttiS CITY AND AS FOR PniCES. WE ARE OPFERING MANY LINES Of" COATS AND SUITS OF THE SAME STANDARD CLOTHS WE FEATURED A YEAR AGO. AT PRECISELY THE SAME PRICES. In Your Search for Outer Garments You Cannot Afford to Pass This Store. STORM SERGE SUITS $35.00 FUR TRIMMED SUITS S90.00 to $115.00 ; �. itut v� ty m>. V. rv al '1 I MEN'S WEAR SERGE SUITS, $45.00 to $60.00 EXTRA LARGE SUITS $42.50 to $60.00 I'-.f I' IV : e - ;e.. '.V  - �  r ! to f.t i . : . n.r. y, lin.v. Handsome New Furs f orThainks- givmg al 1 111 JiLACK FOX SETS- $125.00 and $150.00 CLACK WOLF SETS - $90.00 and $100.00 FINE.', t BEAVER SETS- $150.00 and S160.00 FINEST SABLE SETS- At $190.00 f:*.l T r-CD fo . Vt. I-'ES Of CROWN AND It-.�;' is G'U.LN AND BROWN. GRE. N AND GP-Ev AN D GR t.Y AND BLACK ALL MZES FROM 1� TO it. AND INCLUDING A BEAUTIFUL HANG L OF VKilY SMA'tT AND ATT R ACT IV C NEW STYLLS. . LOVELY FUR TRIMMED COATS HANDSOME VELOUR COATS $45.00 to $50.00 $67.50 to $100.00 V-: v ra�l|i-.l all ..rid l.i ..- hid t |e ..�'� 11. I. 1 11111 MORE NEW SILK & SERGE DRESSES Special Silk Petticoats $6.50, $7.00 and $7.50 '11 r ' i and i y fit-;urt-il sllk.-t hicludine; such r.- riH old rose, i�iw Idut puddy i I., 'ana, greys, nuvy, liruwu hlac!,, Sii.-L'lul value at ill.- varioua LATE STYLES JUST ARRIVED FOR THANKSGIVING. FEATURING THE NEW PANEL AND OVER SKIRT EFFECTS IN A WIDE MANGE OF STYLES AND EVERY WANTED COLOR. SERGE DRESSES SILK DRESSES $20.00 to $42.50 $22.50 to $45.00 Phln S.i1;.m and .-.lit.- an! >-.,:, ,,,..,....,.. i...... , ,......In., crep, i'li- |!i liny, n;- d- . !,iu-. tm. !..-- :,rA lim, chute i � �:; All i.di.l'i and flUei, NOVELTY SKIRTS in most Beautiful Designs and Materials A COLLECTION OF SKIRTS THAT FAR SURPASSES ANYTHING WE HAVE HAD TO SHOW ANY PREVIOUS SEASON FOR EXTENSIVENE3S OF ASSORTMENTS AND BEAUTY OF MATERIALS. NOVELTY CLOTH SKIRTS NOVELTY SILK SKIRTS $15.00 to $27.50 $10.00 to $25.00 �-]>'--'�\ "-'> -"'!'>;�' '� n'" ,';"' I'laud,,..!.- m,,m ,1,.-,!., pi,,!,!., iiiHtilie.-, ut all th.- n- w and popular i ni.-i -tyl-" and i,t ,,,,U. |..KMi.,i ai.i "!""-' I'1'1''"� :" ''" " ,Ma'1*' 1,1 t-llru larc- women up to m. mo-' ;.!'!.�. tivi- i.c-dty ,-.!>l.-a. Beautiful WAISTS of Georgette, Crepe-de-Chene, Silks, etc. IN A MOST ATTRACTIVE AND EXTENST. C SHOWING OF MOST APPROVED AND BE-COMING STYLES, FEATURING THE NEWEST SHAPES OF COLLARS. OTHERS ROUND NECK WITH NO COLLARS AND OTHERS AGAIN WITH THE POPULAR HIGH BUTTONED NECK. Voile Waists . . $3.00 to $6.00 Georgette Waists $7.00 to $11.50 Striped Habutai Silk. $6 to $8.50 Crepe de Chine Waists $6 to $10 Striped Taffetas . $7.00 to $8.50 Striped Shantung Waists .. $8.00 I IN Wonderfully Attractive Thanksgiving Pattern HATS Our millinery section hat) held many a'tractlona for women desiring smart style-i and fixclusiveneaa this season, but nuvi r bcfoi'i, have we offered such a large varitdy of choice in hats to suit t-vi-ry tyi c of face, as Is now un display here Beautiful American and French patterns, in most extensive variety, featuring well over a hundred very latest creations -jutt one of a kind. 6i, Very Complete Range of ^] 'Gossard" Corsets We are the exclusive agents in Leth-bridge for this famous line of corsets and for the first time this season are now able to offer a most complete range of all the best styles for slight, medium and stout figures. These styles coire in the finest cout-i!s and brocades, in colors flesh or white, and offer exceptional comfort and value at $3.00 to $8.50. WE HAVE AN EXPERIENCED CORSETIFRE WHO WILL FIT YOU WITH THE MODEL BEST SUITED to your FIGURE. CLARKE & CO. 614 Third Ave. Sooth Lethbridge ^ - ^ Alberta 1 I I i i ;