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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Odolwr II, 'THE LRTlTBlirDGE DAILY HER ALT) E. J. Another striking demonstration of Hill's Enterprise and Progressiveness that works to your advantage. Each Saturday shop early, that's our advice. Now read: Remnants For All 1 u dcanhKMipUu! stock al'ttir the past few weeks ol our busy rush w caifitv iioi-oss hundreds mid hundreds of odd lengths of everything- Glno-lmnis, Mnunels, Jflinrnelettcs, Dress Goods, bilks Lot- tons, Muslins, Embroideries. Well, they have to go, so we have meas- ured them up. 'Length clearing price can be loiuid plainly mark- ed on lengths from one to seven yards. Conic and get first pick on MutiiMlay Early. The biggeHt values that this or any other store has even ottered you and Misses Coats When you sec the coats, their styles, their quality, their rich value price vou will bo fully convinced that they are the biggest values that have ever been offered. Every style and feature of the season is well material that's fashionable is here Coats, plain tailored styles, some with coflars rnnning- the gamut of trimmings from the simple to tins elaborate. bplemlid values Ask to see the Rosedale Coat, it's swell. Some- thing new shown at Hill's only Skirts for 100 wom- en at each It will be the Slurt Event of 191 but remember, there are .only one hundred to be sold, so look out. It is Che best offer vet. Skirts of fancy tweeds, black'and navy vicuna cloths: lots of stvles. Some and values. Satur- day all one A big 10c Event-It's a Hummer Any lime Saturday nioj-niiig before 12 o'clock you 'can got voitr choice of luwt Euglisli Prints, Ifunby EJainicl Wrapper- etles. Hundreds ol' patterns, in light, medium and dark shades. 12Vac to L5c; till 12 lOc Tapestry Rugs 15 only handsome Tapestry Rugs, rich col- orings, suitable for any room. Size 3 x Reg- ular 510; Saturday only Matting Squares 30 only Jap Slatting Squares. Yon know how clean and sanitary they are. Useful sizes. Reg. 51.00, Saturday- for Five only, strong tra- veling, trunks. made solid with tray, nickel corners, solid leather straps, lock; Regular Saturday Cashmere Hose 40 dozen Women's Blank Cashmere Hose, finished s-aam, toe and heel; sizes to 10. Saturday, per pair 25c Motor Scarfs Black, white, cream, sky, pink, champagne, long with ribbon bor- ders. 75c Special Kid Gloves About 20 doz. for Sat- urday selling. Dress and Undress Kids in ihc lot; 2 dome, shades grey; black; sizes to 7Mj; up to Saturday, 90c Taffeta Ribbons 30 pieces of 4% in. pure aiik ribbons, sky, pink, red, garnet, black white, navy, brown. 12; Special Bed Sheets 50 pieces of excellent sheets, free from dress- ing, hemmed, ready for use; good size. Regul- ar per pair. Bed Quilts Special 4'J only, heavy Am- erican, quilts, 78 x 72, soft and easy to wash. Woman's Sweaters We have a few, say about 20, sweaters in all wool, different col- ors. Reg. to Saturday. Large Towels doz. Turkish bath towels and 2 doz. linen Huck Towels, por pair. 35c Alarm Clocks 35 strong nicks! alarm clocks, time keepers and early ris- ers. Saturday, 65c Girl's Underwear Samples and odd lines; all woo! and Un- ion vests and drawers. All sizes. 'A to 10 years in tile lot. Saturday 45c Women'sVests and Drawers fiO doz. Ladies' Un- ion Vests and Drawers, ribbed and a sofr wool finish, very clastic Saturday, each 50c E. J. Hill The Big Store of CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block SATURDAY'S BULLETIN Of Better Than Usual Values That Are Worthy the Attention of Every Thrifty Woman in the City of Lethbridge -No need for a long talk about such stirring values, the prices tell their own economy tale and tell it best. Carefully note the lines you want and come early in the day prepared to buy, for you 11 find assortments splendidly satisfying and savings worth making an effort to share in. Velour Kimonas REGULAR VALUE Handsome de-iiKHH. full length, all colors. Fine Underskirts REGULAR VALUE it'ado of excellent duality black H'.mab cloth. Waist Sale 85c REGULAR VALUE Tailored vestlnes in tile irewest styles ot the season. Flannelette Gown 90c REGULAR VALUE While, pink, or nine in splendid quality plain Curtain Scrim 17c REGULAR 25c. VALUE Bern with pretty floral and Oriental borders. Corset Sale 95c REGULAR VALUE Excellent dualities, new stylos, medium figure; Wonderful Values in Ready-to-Wear and Millinery "The Sale be.van last Tuesday, continues all day tomorrow in addition we have selected two extra strong values to add'iiew interest for' the big day of the week. Suit Sale WORTH UP TO S27.50 Ts-ccdn is llnhi ami dark colors and serges and cheviots iu navy and black.' All brand new this season. Heavy Flannelette 12 l-2c REGULAR 18c VALUE Plain grey, light :uid medium colored stripes Large Bedspreads REGULAR VALUE Extra sti-ong and splendid to wear. Hat Sale WORTH UP TO Particularly attractive and becoming iwSels, including more than a score ot distinctive styles to suit every type ot face Dogskin Gloves 95c REGULAR VALUE Tans, only, excellent quality walking gloves. Hosiery Sale 25c REGULAR 45c. VALUE Plain cashmere and ribbed worsted hose iu all sizes. Tamaline Silk 40c WORTH UP TO 65c. AIL plain colors, some with striped border to use as trimming. Fall Underwear 25c WORTH 35c. Vests aud Drawers in white and natural colors WET WEATHER IS STOPPING THRESHING Pincher Creek Work De- News of A Busy.Centre the best of every good day, and next week will no doubt see tbe Boulh side of the street completed. They are laying an eight Coot walk, which when completed, will removed one of the worst features of the town. Enlarging Bank The Union Bank has found it neces- sary to make more room for the trans- action of business. Mr. Georse Dick is constructing a vault and storage row.n at the rear of tbe building. Sand- stone from Mr. Phmkett's quarry is being used, the same material as in tbe main building. New City Hall Mr. D. J. McLatighlan. to 'whom was awarded the contract for building tbe Fur the past uiree weens, city Hall, Ins The basement excava- rain has beeii pretty general, and tions completed, and is busy laying twice within a week we have had u i the concrete t'oiindnt.ion. The base- considerable fall of snow. This, for- js nn Mr. McUugliuin contera- tunately. does not remain ou tbe plates (Icing this fall, ground for long, but as we a-re not Robert Rhodes, of Storbridge having as much high wind as we gen-1 England, is a month with Pinclier Creek. Oct. of this district have about come to tbt: conclusion that, even in Southern Al- berta they cannot expect to find con- ditions always to their liking. Crop conditions during the past season luive heen about as nearly ideal as one could expect to find them, until the harvest was well off; but there is a different story to tell of the threshing Fur tlie 'past three weeks, BACK FROM UNGAVA AFTER ARDUOUS TRIP PARTY EXPLORING FOR MONT- TREAL SYNDICATE RETURNS FIRST WHITE MEN THERE erally look for at this season, drying, is slow, and threshing outfits are working short Mine. It Is quite natural that this should cause more than usual anxiety among fanners. We have tbe best crop this year that the district has ever had, and with the increased acreage, threshing, under the best conditions, would be a rash job. but with rhe broken weather prevailing, there is much of H that will he very lato. Big Hay Shipments In the nroL'kot district threshing i bis sou, V. N. Rhodes, city electri- cian. Mr. Rhodes is making an exten- sive triii through tbe west and like other visitors is -nucb impressed whli Ihe resouccs and progressive ness evi- dent, everywhere." Mr. R. L. Norman, editor of the Cobalt, Oct. and Wilfrid Donaldson have returned, from Un- gava, where they went in. the inter- ests of. tbe Montreal syndicate headed bj' John Black, They will say nothing of the results of their quest for gold before report- ing to Montreal. The party, wlilch consisted of 21 men, had an arduous journey into a district never before visited toy white men, but they ba-jl prepared 'well for the trip, taking two :iO foot launches and a plentiful sup- ply of provisions and gasoline. Prom the month of Moose river they followed tbe share of James Bay to the mouth of East Main River, but this river was navigable for but a, short distance, owing to the long port- ages being necessary, so they went up Broken Paddle river over fifty miles. A section of the party went up the shore of James Hay to Clarke Island, where the syndicate 300 acres of BAR LICENSE WAS CAN- CELLED COWLEV AS A RESULT WILL HAVE NO SNOW STORM ,w iron p-roper ties said to be rich in ore. It is Hie intention cf the syndicate :o erect, a. smelter at tlie island and r. orman, eor o j-o erect a smeer a e Echo if. spending a month in Toronto.! TO (ron excellent water pow- Mr William of Twin miles _ ._ _ Buttc. this week, purchased a iinnrter section adjoining his farm from Mrs. Ross, of Koise. Idaho. .Mr. Huddlestnn it-- au eld-timer, and one of the largest hind hoh'eri in the district, ami his 111 UH1 lil'Oi'KOt Ulsmct Ulleamus 13 we ami considerable wheat of the Barter h The South Alherta Hay lwl" Growore' association have their vatore filled, and are unable to A Painful Accident cars to move it. Hay is moving freely, i A distrcsEins accident occurred The Hay Growers alone are sliippins Bntte last Thursday. A son of about five- hundred tons nor month, j Mr. Arthur Han and ntlier firms and farmers are niov-l aud in alighting ini These shipments sun discharged, the contents en- w-O'ild also !i'.- largely increased, lint terins Ms arm at the and tr-sr- at this iiaini.! ing away Ihe tlosh to the elhow. Dr. The wheat. Conner was aiimmoned. and brought i uf a' praile, and; the Iwy to the hospital, where every line that, shows the ef-' effort was made to save the arm. lint durins filling, i it '.vas1 found nceessary to olK'rau away on river. HER MOTHER LOCATED Calgary. Oct. Cinldy has received a wire from D. of Victoria, cousin of the late Mildred Dixon. victim of Davis in the tragedy at Seventeenth avonae and Fifth St. west on Sunday night, advising him to comimmiate with tlie mother of the ilece.-Mil at. regard- 'nS instructions. The chief has il'iuUom. a cable to Miss Olson's mother ,rom the wagon his ltllnmenl wil, ukl, placr-. tion of rlu- crop is of ;i very j ;uul the :inn was amputated i Tlietmy if. Cowley, Oct. fall of about two inches of snow yesterday put -a stop to all threshing operations and will hold up alt harvest work for cral days., .1. II! Wilson threshed three thous- oiiii six hundred and bushels ol No. 1 wheat, off an acre Held. An average of a little'ovec Forty-five bushels per acre Messrs. Ernest Drewry and W. "R. Mackay took in the fair at Pincher Creek this week. Mr. Drewry had on entry in the single driver olass. We understand lie won a ribbon, but are unable to ascertain the color. An item worthy of mention is ;tha very courteous wav that Mr. G. W. "Buchanan handles his car while passing or meeting teams on. the road. If more of our motorists j would imitate Mr. Buchanan's mode, there would he less trouble. A dance is billed for the opera house on Oct. 18th, and promises to he a grand affair. The Colcman or- chestra been engaged. W. C. Kobinson shipped five cars of hay this week. This is Mr. Rob- prison's first; year'at farming and as a beginner he is doing fairly well-lie 1 has several more >care ol hay as well i as a splendid wheat ciop. i II. McMiilain has received no- j lice from the Provincial. License In- speetor time his license tor the Cow- ley Motel has heen cancelled. He is (given until October Hist to close up business in the bar line. H is un- j derstond iluit, lie will cloM1 Iris '.isir .iltogmlirr. If such is tiie caso Ihft town will he up against it Tor a rooming and eating house foe the incral public. i K. .Liistiati is erecting a large van-house cm his X.niton street pro- j inlenifs installing his iraso- line riiniiini-.i; in new A HALF BREED I'O.L Arthur. Oi-i. criMiiial on ii ho iu a berry .1. IVrnmlt. :t of Mi-.lrilriuu. :ti ill-' lodny. to yoai-R in ihu tUonj MouutaUi itu tbc job. however, and are ;