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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October You Think of Styles-Think of Us" You Will Be Pleased With The Rosedale Suits qpHEY are so well made, so well so 4 carefully finished that we guarantee two iiill seasons of satisfactory service.. MATERIALS are the diagonal clieviots, pearl serges imported many new such as king's' burgundy-and smoke gray.; ry OSEDALE a happy sur- uprise of attractiveness when you .first see growing satisfaction.asvyou wear them.. pEICED as low as high class dependable garments can be priced. 15 A Chance to Save on Women's Winter Underwear Clearing lines and -samoles from the celebrated Watson Mills that came oof-way at our IN Tights. Union Suits, Sleepers, Corset children, misses and whole table 300 garments ;_at ONE-THIRD LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. An Interesting Saturday In e Fur Se ction NOTHING LIKE BUYING YOUR FURS As the stock now represents all that is good, both in variety and values. Ask to see.- the NEW MINK MARMOT FUR a, beautiful stole "with large Empire Muff to. match at A SET. .Then we are show- ing splendid Talnes also in mink, Isabella 'For, "Pointed Hare, Arner- ican.Fox. Low Prices on Women s and Children's Sweater Coats Splendid heavy; warm SWEATER COATS for girls, misses and at remarkably low over 55 sample -coats. on sale Sat- gray, nayy and PRICED TO -SAVE- YOU AT LEAST A THIRD Make the best of the tempting offer. A New Lot of Boys' Suits Ready for Saturday .Better bring your boy down early for one of these BRAND NEW COLLEGE Buy while the stock is buy while" the sizes are complete We'll toe ready to show many new styles, in fancy cheviots and "worsteds, at PRICES RANGING; to T7 f Till I 0 IL j. HILL GO. TO ENTERTAIN NEWSPAPER MEN (Continued, from front Will Go to Chicago The secretary reported that when ia Spokane enquiries had been" made and in accordance with a motion pass- ed at the last meeting of the exec- utive it .had been decided to send the Lethbridge exhibit to the international 'Live Stock show at Chi- cago to be held from Novem'ber 22 to December 2, instead of to the National Corn Exposition at Omaha, NebJ Ke had. packed up the exhibit and shipped it to Chicago. TOOR CRITICS- OF BOARD TO TASK COMMIITEETO local-press be asked to'adopt similar tactics in aecurlng' the 1912 Trades Congress for iLethbridge as they are doing in regard -to the Dry Farminn Congress but- delegates who attended1 the Fort William Congress pointed o.ut that it was practically an understand- ing between the delegates from -cho West that Vancouver should receive the support of western delegates in order to secure 'the convention for that city, Victoria and Vancouver hav- iug boosted for Calgary this year.- It was therefore thought That it would jalso be only honorable for Lethbridge i to also extend, its support for Van. jcou'vcr. Letters from, the Trades Congress The following motion extending best' of Canada, -the A F of a re Taades and Labor Council and Municipal Election- Good' Wishes to Candidate (Continued from front, As an example of what the result would be, he mentioned Capt. Wilson irwin's Twenty-five Thousand Club of a lew years ago. He -believed every business man should attend the meet- jings of the board of trade. Instead of doing that they stayed away and criti- cized, and in doing so he felt they were acting very "disloyally to the board and to the city. A. H. McKeown, in reply, said that the paper perhaps had not.reported hinr quite correctly. He had merely (introduced the matter as chairman, it I having meeting and" -deferred to the one wishes to J. W. Bennett, the Socialist candidate in the Fernie, B. C. bye- election, was passed by the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council last even- ing and a copy ordered sent to Mr. Beiinet: "This Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council extends its' best wishes for success to Bro. J; W. Bennett, of Fer- nie, B. C., who is contesting the bye- election in that district as the Social- ist candidate in opposition to a corpor- ation lawyer. This council would .urge, every wage earner in Fernie district to use his vote and influence in behalf of Mr. Bennett, realizing that of the two candidates, he only is a fit and propei person to represent the workers in the British Columbia legislature. Let the slogan of Fernie wage-earn- ers'be: 'We vote as we strike.1" The motion was passed after some 'discussion, the movers urging that the- council should fall into line with.the resolution passed at the Fort William convention whereby .union raen were advised to put representatives in fed- eral and provincial parliaments. The tilC HJ.SH.I.C4 A J. fvli been mentioned at a previous motion-was adopted, the present rising to tneir leet. Recording Secretary Chosen iwnere_tbe There were three nominations for took place. regards the spirit of disloyally, he was very sorry 'the pres had got that for theT "position "of recording secretary, Bro. of the carpenters being finally elected-over Bro. Jones of ;tha anything he had -done or suggested jTypos by two votes on the second had not .been meant in-that ait Campaign Committee Those Present Those present at the luncheon, were President Nourse, .Vice-President" E. U. Rylands, T. S. McKenzie, A. Tilley, H. Macbeth, A. -B. Stafford, .A. H. Mo I keown. W. A. Buchanan, and Secre- tary J. "W. McNichol. CHARGE AGAINST A UN f ON, OFFICIAL Montreal, Oct. 'fourth of the The matter of muni- cipal committee was then proceeded with. Delegates from the miners, carpenters, hod-carriers and bartenders 'urged that this committee should consist of the whole council and this was unanimously-agreed to. Bro. J. Jones was appointed election agent and Bro. Merkle, secretary for the contest A member of the musi-. port from the laundry workers' local were received and dealt with. The rest of the meeting's time was taken up with private matters. MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat Market Winnipeg, Oct. opened 96 5-S, closed 96 3-S; 5-S, closed, 95 5-S; Nov. opened 95 Dec. opened 94, closed 93 7-S; May opened 99, closed 96 7-8; cash closed 1 Nor. 96 1-2; 2 Nor 93 1-4; 3 Nor. SO 1-3; 2 white oats 31 o-S; flax LIVE STOCK -Winnipeg, Oct. there were so many cattle in the yards this morning, there was not a large num- ber'of sales. There were con- siginees of -range" cattle, ibut stocks were mainly made up of bunches of fed ranch'ers and -domestic stock that had toeeh bought outright in the coun- try by either commission men or eastern payers and were toeing ship- ped through. Many of these cattle were in fine shape and there was al- so a large pcTCeHiage Of -iltfcriOr mdls. Bulls for feeding at -distilleries were bought at' from: to S3.75 and and feeders from ?3.75 to There was a larger run of hogs than has graced the yards for some time: .big, little and oyerfat, and they sold .for to ?9, "the bulk bringing the latter figure. Shipments were mainly from south- ern Manitoba, and along the C. N.' K. main line, with one heavy ship-; WHAT THE WOMEN TBMK OF 6IN PILLS LETTERS PROM FOUROFTHEM 3 Wright Ave., Halifax, N.S. "I.have.suffered with Sick Kidneys for about five years and had got no relief from various remedies ivhich I had taken until I tried Gin Fills which gave me instant relief. I can not speak too highly of them and recommend them to my friends." Mrs. M. LAWRENCE. Tyneside, Ont. "I received your sample box of Gin pills and then got a large box from say druggist. After taking three boxes of Gin Pills, the pain across my back and kidneys has entirely gone and I am -better than I have been for years. I was a great sufferer from Rheumatism and it has all left me." Mis. T. HARRIS. Williamsdale, Ont. I had taken Gin Pills, I suffered dreadfully with my back for twenty years. I tried about everything but got no relief until I got Gin Pills. I have taken sis boxes and now I have not a sign of a pain or an ache in my back. I am now 48 and feel as well as 1 ever did in my life. There is nothing that can hold a place with Gin Pills." Mrs. Wm. P. RIPLEY. Davisville, Ont. "For. fifteen years, I suffered con- tinually with Kidney and Bladder Trouble. I doctored all the time but nothing gave me any lasting relief until I was persuaded to try Gin Pills. Within" a couple of .days, I received great-relief and 'after taking One box, I was completely cured, and ,now would not be without them. I can highly, recommend Gin" Pills to all who suffer from any form of Kidney Trouble." 34. Mrs. A. SIMPSON. Write the -National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept. A.D., Toronto for free sample. Regular boxes, soc, 6 for CONDUCTOR HELD THERECElPtS ment from Wetaskiwin. from Austin McGregor Reports say .that after iarm been visited clans' union remarking tha-t most of j tnat Jiad. but one head of live stock the public meetings in Lethbridge other than horses, and that was the', attended, offered to j S0utary milch cow, not a calf nor year provide an orchestra as nor-Pig nor sheep were to be! nf QT.JI Tvnit-n-iilPC TncwariTit'C Tnp Isard, Inter- at all of Bro. 's meetings. The national Union' of Bricklayers, of Bro. Tuclcwell's meetings will -masons, by High Constable .St. Mars .on a warrant charging him -with having appropria- ted money, intended for the striking to1'- his .own use. -Isafd probably be held on Oct. 27th. A Relief Fund reported'that they were a voluntary fund to relieve the" .widow -of Andrew Pachser. the as a -takea to police headquarters. but !reglilt of -Dunis received in the Gait was not locked 'iip as he "was admitted mi-nes. to bail on the sum of to appear port. All promised sup- 'oefore Judge Lanctot. The president .suggested ;that the seen. Keceipts included: 1258 cattle. 21 bulls, 74 _ 736 hogs and i'l WINNIPEG'S BIG RECORD Winnipeg. Oct. building permits reached" today and will" reach fifteen million before the year closes. Moose Jaw; Sask.. Oct. W. Conners, ex-dining car conductor on the C.P.R-, running, between Portal and Spokane, was committed for trial at the police court this morning, charged with the theft of be- ing six days' receipts on his car in June Connors left the employ of the company, in August last and since .time investigation of his books showed and P.in- kertons-w-ere" employed tc trace the alleged- defaulter.' fConnors was ar- San'Francisco two weeks ago- TRANSFERS from the Edson division transferred to Mac: leod. Raven from Devils Lake '--Major Swetapple, '-tlie Lake" division; NOTICE To A. j. TAKE NOTICE that an action hat 'been commenced Judson, in the District. Court of the District'of Lethbridge, to recover the sum of und interest, the amount of a certain promissory note made by -you. in favor of Ida' Judson, and, by her'enddrsed for value to the plain- tiff, together with the costs of the said action. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICB tnat pursuant to an order of Honor Judge A. A. Carpenter, acting Judge of the District Court, dated 6th day of October, 1910, you are re- quired within twenty days from 29th day of October, tot enter an ap- pearance and statement'of defence to this action, and in default of youf so doing tile plaintiff may enter Judg- ment against you for the said cJaia and costs. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, .Solicitors for Plaintift. Approved A. A. C. NOTICE To, A. NOTICE that an action has been commenced against you by H. F. Judson. in-the District Court of the District of Lethbridge, to recover the -sum of ?68.45; and interest, and the costs of the said action, the said sum being made up as follows: Amount of cheques ____ Board and lodging- ____ 15.45 68.45 AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE tnat pursuant to order of His Hon- or Judge A. A. Carpenter, acting" Judge of the District -datea- the Oth day of October, 191V, you are required witnin twenty days from, the 29th day .of A. -D: .1910, to enter your dispute note to the "said action, and in default .of. your so doing the plaintiff 'may enter, judgment, against you for the said claim and costs. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, Solicitors for Plaintiff. Approved A. A.' C. PRINTER KILLED Vancouver, Oct. Wooley, I a printer, was '-killed yesterday at Spanish River, forty miles up the by the explosion of a gun. He tried to kill a porcupine by'swinging the 'butt of a, gun 'but the stock broke jand 'both barrels, exploded.-, Electric Restorer for Men PhoSOhoaol restores eveiynervein.thc body its proper tension restores vitality. Premature decay and all sexual :.w.eakness averted at .-once, make you a Price a Joox: oe. fox Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. W. J. NELSON'S FOOT-TOGGERY FOE MEN. MEN'S Hag'ar. Per pair Fit only for a man vvlia is or over the newest and most up to date of finish and Goodyear Welted. The Instructor Shoe for Men at in medium and heavy soles, for service. Our best re- commendation goes with every pair. as a s QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOE FOE WOMEN FAVORITES The Foot-Tog has never held such a classy gathering of Fine Foot-Wear as it does this season. The best American productions of Boston's foremost shoemaker. The Thos. G. Plant Co., makers of Queen Quality Shoes'for women, are here in as many styles as you would care to choose, You can select 20 styles in as many minutes that will fit you to creation of the cleverest and foremost shoe makers on ithe continent. FROM QUIET CONSERVATIVE STYLES TO EXTREME NOVELTIES. Finely finished patent leathers, suede tops, gun metal cuts, lace and button styles, extension sown soles, with medium, high or low heels. An immense range. Strictly High Class in Every Detail Our FALL SHOE STOCK is a New ALWAYS IN THE LEAD WITH THE BWEST CHILDREN'S SHOES. Getty Scott's entire line of Nifty Shoes for the youngsters. You know how much pride they take in their colored tops, the nifty combinations, pat- ent leather have the children's shoes you are looking right stuff. SCHOOL SHOES. In all leathers for boys and girls, made strong, blucher styles, with heavy soles; babies' soft shoes, all colors. Never before has THE FOOT-TOGGERY presented to its patrons such a complete range of higii grade, seasonable Boots and Shoes, and there is an entire absence of inflated prices. A MARVEL TO ALL Calgary, Winnipeg or Vancouver, do not bo ast of a better stock. Prices are from 10 per cent, ito 20 per cent, lower than you'll find on the same-lines, handled by other shoe dealers in other itpwiis NO STOCK APPROACHES THE NELSON SHOE STOCK IN VARIETY COMPLETENESS The Fall season is upon us. We are ready to serve you as never before. Good dependable shoes housed here. Your inspection of our stock is solicited. We'll give you what you want in shoes, depend upon it. That's just, emphatically, our business. W. J. NELSON. THE FOOT TOGGERY Round Street Where the good shoes come from Lethbridge W. J. NELSON? FOOT-TOGGERY! FOR WOMEN Queen Quality par- ticular pr. Boston most nat- ty shoes ever quoted below a pair. Prices and pr, These two lines, our Stand- ard, made under one roof by Thos. G. Plant Co., Boston, Mass. freak styles here. -Just the wanted shoes. THE PLACE FOR GOOD: HOSIERY AND EXTRAORDINARY VALUES Special for Saturday........ .25c 25 dozen women's ribbed and, plain cashBiere hose, guaranteed all pure wool cashmere yarn. Sold regularly by us at 35c and 40c a Boys Heavy Worsted Hose, wltla double knees, heels and toes 45c Children's sizes 4 to 8. Double knees, good wearers, with extra weight in, heels and toes 25c 30c 35c 40c ;