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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTfR LETITBRinGF RFRAM) October 13, 10.11'" CI A R K F JLl IV JCi INDIES' STORE Phqiie 453 Acadia Block A SATURDAY SENSATION IN NEWEST MILLINER Y AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF NEWEST PATTERN HATS Hj Values Every one absolutely correct style On Sale in the Window SATUHDAY SALE Of Table Diinuisk -25c- Half bleached, splendid weight, 50 inches wide, firm and strong. SATURDAY SALE Of Fall Underwear -25c- White and natural colors in both vestg and representing unusual values. .For the thrifty buyer and for our willingness too; there'll be .a diiy of rejoicing' to- morrow for the. very newest and most, attractive styles in this season's headwear will he selling' at close to half value, affording' extraordinary saving just, at the time when' the best part of the season is hel'ore you and the thought of new headwcnr is uppermost in your mind. Modelt include the most beautiful made and trimmed hate created for the present season's wear a good many high crowns, others with moderately broad brims and qualities fully measure up to one's idea of what' unusual values ought to be. Trimmings are rich velvets, plumes, ribbons and ornaments, and tailored wings all contributing to the ultra fashionable effects so much in vogue this season. SATUISDAYNALU Of Doyskin Walking' Gloves -95c- A' now shipment just to hand this week'making the rnnge'or again complete, Ivins only, vury service- able and stylish. Make your choice early to-morrow you'll be surprised at, the beauty and.exclusiveness of Ihc creations included for so 'little money. Sonic.' two, score to choose from, worth npt.o .75 .SATURDAY SALE Of Cn'nibric Gowns -75c- Made of splendtrl quality cloth, neatly tucked and well sewn throughout. ,_ SATURDAY SALE Of Heavy Wrappereltc -121-2C- twill in various light medium and dark colors, spots, and floral designs. SATURDAY SALE Of Fine Lawn Handkerchiefs Splendid quality lawn with narrow hem, hemstitched, with neat drawn work in satin striped borders, worth lOc. SATURDAY'S ALE Ol Fine Wool Challies -45c.- Values worth 65 cents in fancy printed atad silk embroidered designs. SATURDAY SALE Of Large Motor Scarfs ExtrR large size crystalline scarfs, very durable and shown in colors sky, grey, white, mivy, brown, black. 8ATUKDAY SALE Of New .Tailored Values worth up to S1.75 in chambrays, sateens, velouns and muslins. SATURDAY SALE Of Babies Jackets -45c- Dainty in appearance, very cosy and warm, shown in all white and with touches of color. SATURDAY SALE Of Taffeta HjlkKihboa -121-2C- Full four inches wide1, -.shown in splendid weight, and evenly woven, a full range of colors included. SATURDAY SALE Of New Style Corsets -95c- Two splendid models of excellent, finality percale In white only, values actually worth 51.00. LATE LADY NORTHCOTE DAUGHTER OF A CANADIAN so married an American girl, a ter of the late James G. Dudley, o Frankfort, Ky. For a week and Mrs. Sloan had th f misfortune, to run a. nail in her foot Both are recovering. John Duffield made 'business visi to on ruesaaj of this week i J. K. Hethcrington of Faith, Alta. arrived in town on Saturday last aut spent Sunday with Mrs. Hethering ton and little daughter Ruth at the New Dayton Hotel. Reva Cress, who was injured sonre days ago in a runaway accidanl, ;has recovered and started back to schoo Word has been received that Amor Clawson has .arrived safely, and is settled down at his home at Hamilton Ohio. J. Jf. Peterson 01 Persons visited his sisters; Mrs. W M Scott a-nd Miss >ane> Peterson last iwek end "M i and Mrs id Drake ere ors to Lethbndgp on Monday and Mi and Mr A J BurnsWe of spent Sunday ftith Mr andt .Mrs. A. J.-'Maynard. J Alckav left on Monda> 'for a fahoit with his parents hi 8no GREAT fOLITICAL LEADERS NOT ALWAYS GOOD obliv STU The b Cprrespc a. poiivi ta., and Hie- at a biiT liot evening points i States, j and, as or place prom'ises iant eve wil] be 'i; fire ran go men C. Bgff. .ion with out the are safe from Ihe tide of time. HAVE BANQUET tudentu of the Inturnatiomil Schoo s who itesitfc between Pincher Creek. Al-Creston, B. C., will celebrate anniversary of thv schoo s q net to be at the NH i-cl in H O upon (he of '.Monday, October liili. are being leld. at over oOO Canada- and the United icltidhig 'Vancouver, Calgary Spokane, Seattle nnd Port-veil as at a number of s. The at to-be one of Ihe 'most bri nts of the scaeon; covers id Tor 100 students who eedingly erithiisiastic. Ai .'o are in the liands of Gen. ho is well Known -in conncc-the schools' work through-d'istrict, .and by thot's. .who steel in 1. G. S. circles. New Dayton Star Weekly.) There is always a certain patho ittac-hing to the figure ot a eieat pa itical leadci In his hour of defeat 'I'he contrast between the uuissaa yesterday and the almost impotent to (lay is too patent not to be palnfu to any generous mind. The serene courage which sir Wilfrid Uuir ier has faced electoral disaster does but con Him hjs right to utte or the greatest Iivin0 Cimdiin ind one of the gieates- la ing ol the British Jmphe He not the first jnor che list grcit pirh, leadei who enjojed foi a lengthened per fhe smiles of foituno Ins been called on to face her frou-H, and i InteiQsting to recall the in umei in Much some British statesmen 1m e comported themsehes in that dark and di" id hour uhen victory has forsukeii then bniinerfe It hia be n said of DfbrneM that ins foititude in the fini? of 'defeat was onh e dialled hm moderation in Hit hotr of uctoM Ami certainly .despite the justice of his title -to he considerate modera'tc as men nijiv, none tan lhaL he nh ijii LI L of the T 01 long he wag tht, ot hope deteiud ft hen at litst he had jus1 cliihn return 'to power in 1SSO, for the j six years preceding it was his col-U ifciies ho bore in p irli uneit the bin den and he it ot he in oppn si tion.. wi tii but scanty assistance from -him. Qddb enougli, when ic again encountered a severe in iSS'j, :hs. -never dreamed of retiring, although .then a vary old: man but continued at his post, exhibiting the most, diiuntless courage and most endless resource, until this fortune of war, in onceiniore rested .on .the Liberal side. Mr. Gladstone! of course, lived to see tlie "Liberals swept from office thrc'a years '.later, and be. diet at the very" inoinenf-'wlien, as, it. seem od, every cause- which he .loathed was triumphant Salisbury's Speeches Lord Salisbury's career as a. party e-ader was one of almost From ISStJ. he was (By Marquise De Fontenoy, in Ch cago Tribune.) -Ladj Xortncote, who has just bee laft a through the untime ef a singularly romantic career. I the various "Peerages' 'and standar of reference, the name of he family '.will be looked for in vain. Sh is everjuhere described as "Alice adopted; daughter of Lord Mountstc the great Canadian railroa and no other information i Tbuchaafed concerning her parentage Thii Is dute'to the fact that he childhood, spent in Canada, wai fa from happy. She was the Cinderella of an American clergyman's family the divine in question and his wife ihailing from Vermont, r daughter Alice was lii the late JLady .Mountstephen fterame acquainted with Alice, took a fanc> to her, and, the girl's life not precisely rose colored, anci wag" mors or leis the "souffr r dauleur" of her family, ahe gradually came to apciid more1 and more time the She is good looking, extremely gen erous, and'untversally popular woman who won general favor in India, when y 1 her husband was governor of Bom wards became governor general o the Commonwealth, r Lord Northcote, who recently rent e ed on a long lewae Eastwell Park, the b-aautiful Kentish place of Lord Ger ard, has succumbed to the effects of i Indian and Australian climates, which a completely undermined his constitu tion, and when he passed thro.ugh r New York a couple of years ago on his way home from 4ho antipodes to after having assisted In welcoming United States battleships in Australia, it" was apparent to his friendg here that. he was a sick man. SmkM in stature, though weighted with a big mustache, he was the second ion of the late Lord Iddesteigh, the best liked and moat respected lead er that the Conservative party has had in modern times, and who, while secretary of state for foreign affairs, died suddenly of heartfailure at Lord Salisbury's houue during a Dayton, Oct. 13. .Air. and Mrs G. .Meudanhall and Jlrs. William Hat field motored down from Barons on Sunday, returning: via Raymond on .They were the guests o Mr. and Mrs. John Whitral. Miss Whttsel accompanied them home as far as Letabridse, returning on Tuesday. The furnace ordered for the church seems to haya gone astray. William Paris of Raymond who has the contract, has advice that it left Calgirv hut nothing has been 'seen of; it at New Daytosi. It is thought that it may have been carried on to Warwar. as so much of New Dayton's freight is Everyone who has not finished is busily engaged threshing, and the district- will, very soon -b'a .cleaned up. The elevators are taking in considerable grain and the managers, report that, the grade is improving. It i evident that good grain is belli leld. A good deal of wheat is being loaded and shipped in car Iot-3.' .1. R. McKay lias .arrived in Neu Dayton and Is behind the counter TS alesmjin In Duncan's stoi'5, repl K, ng Mr. Amor Clawson, who left A ew weeks OF A f METHODIST ftltNISTCR Rev. B. Snell, of Kirkton, Blanshard, Township Tired of Outrage Com mitted for Sonie Months bt Marj s Ocl 9 mtpiesd-'g couit ca'-e WE up betoie Policp o ofiyarn in business in Wall Street. He left a son a daughter, who havn occa-B onatly visited Uifljr American rela-tivei, the son having spent some, time couptei of seasons ago at Newport, with Fish. Another of Lord Xorthcole'B bro-. then, lion. Am van Northcote, north the hail storm interfered with the paying up of accounts. A special coach carrying officials of the Great Northern railway pass through on Wednesday morning. .better service on thfci line between bridge and Great Kalis is prom sed. Daviii Balcovski, a larg'o cattle bin ?r from Winning, was hi town on Vcdnesday looking IIP beef. Wm. omhe [ft his local buyer uml a bunch vill be shipped In a few days. Mr. Jalcovakl is the man who bought 1000 lend of beef caltle from the .McTn-yre ranch and offered an advance of 5 a head if reciprocity pfmed. The thanks of the ladles' Aid So-et.y of Now Dayton church a djie o Coiifti'-is nnd Dun bur, of he local yards, for supplying lutn er for and erecting the booths nsad i the church ar the entertainment b nd of work on Thumday night Mr. Sloan hiu the sick itablc in the moining he fo mil his (i scs tul docked ind no rlue (o tie neriietratoiM of this outrage. 0" evernl occasions on going, to drive ut to fill one ot tnor u s hud liken off the buygj vhcels lpf( them ready to drrp ff. On other occasions he, .roitmll icky (1; papers, on hu buggy sent ibl month on nomg out nnv morn ig to hu go don he found ah hfs >ey tables pulled up.-. The ot being gatlsfleil, they hHve--'cofn- Utnd other offences against Hov. Mr. ncll And his household. i This culminated in a charge being j ftt ngaiiiEt a young tiinn, named Chcj- r r of Klrkton neighbor; 1 ood, :IB being one of the, aocuued part: The whole day WHS taken up 'in s xaminlng witnesses, some .of .them fl cing one hour on the stand, r The case IMS adjourned until next i a Lu r (I ay boirf hib defeit nhiloaoplnc calm rimi neiti i ot nnmanlj escaped those clofpient, Ionic Mjis. Mo was old and In bad leilth ind ht, giw the nhich hid been Ills pride lu h wij to slime the Black Knight'-', takes all the Ii nd and dirt) work of stove polishing. It s a piste so there is no watery mixture to be prepared. Just .1 few rulwi frith cloth'.er brush a mirror-like that "you can sue your face in" And t ie shine [aals 1 Iwndle rccom-If yfiiri rnlcrcnnttot It, Mild ice for a I-ifT postpaid. THi: F. F. RAITKV CO. fy Corset '1 91 FInilkk. 4 B I nM. Appcinteiefllilo rout contmime.. fl! Pttttnt or Mart pott cAnl M MISt V. O'CONNOR 15 Ilk., tfa In lojiri' TWtawMT Dwiwr, I'M fr.t ;