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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbi-kltfc.Daily Herald, Friday, October 14. JL9JO. 13. Patterns THE HUDSON'S BAY QUALITY STORE' Special Attention to Mail Orders This store these days is the focal point for many imported shipments, goods are daily passing customs from Switzer- land, France, Austra-Hungary, Germany, England, Scotland and Ireland. Fall stocks are now about complete, and with additional floor space we are m a position to serve your many needs; courteous, obliging employees will be pleased to cater to your wants. Men's Furnishings We have just placed in stock our new season's shipments of Wolsey Natural Wool Underwear, and would draw special attention to this brand of goods. It is guaranteed all woo! and unshrinkable and any garment shrunk in washing will be replaced. Prices per suit from sizes 35, 38 snd 40 Sizes 42 and 44 Men's Union or Combination Suits of Union ribbed, medium "weio'lit IB: H Men's Knitted Waistcoats, without sleeves, in fancy back in greens and browns with contrasting colored designs, all sizes, price Pyjamas Flannelette, imported goods, well made, all Ceylon Flannel.Pyjamas, stripes and plaids, all Upwards White twill Cotton >vio-ht Shirts, all siz. to i Iff Urmm Men's AIL-Wool Heavy Sweaters, with roll collar, an ideal sweater for wear for men who have to weather the storm. Extra heavy all-wool Knitted Coat-Sweater with double wool edge, fancy cuffs and pockets, pearl buttons-. Price Knitted Worsted double heavy rib knit .3 in. roll. Price....................60C MEX'S SUITS IN PERFECT STYLES Style. Fit and Finish are Correct in our Suits. They, are'most thoroughly made of the best materials. Outlets in ail garments, allowing simply made, and not spoiling the cut or fit of the garment. Men's Fancy Tweeds and Worsted Suits in the latest 3-piecs lounge cut and not at ail freakish; style in new herring bone woven and overpiaid effects; colors brown, greys-' navys and olives. Prices from to Shoe Department We arc showing a complete range of Footwear suit- able for fall weather. Ladies' VelcMir Calf. Yici Calf or Patent Calf in all shapes ancl'half sizes, per pair. These are very good values and worth inspecting "before making your fall purchases. Men's Box Calf? Veleur Calf, Tan Calf or Patent Calf cut. made in newest model lasts and in half-sizes. Per No better value in Canada than these. We still few pairs of Ladies' Vici Kiel Shoes in lace and button. Reg. and per pair. Saturday, per pair only................J1] B50 Also -we offer the balance of a job line of Boys' and Girls'" School Slides. to 2.50 per pair. Saturday, only per pair..................SI A Chance You Should JS'ot Miss. Dry Goods Plain and Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs Special value in women's pure Irish linen handkerchiefs, hem-stitched neat narrow hems. Per doz-i, -55C Fine Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs with .neat" scalloped edges, small flower and eyelet design. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' FALL COATS Made of best- imported all-wool tweeds, wide who.le cheviot, kersey, beavers and broadcloths, in all the latest styles and colors. Prices from LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR in silk, all-wool and linen, in wbi-te and natural. Prices to Suit All. LADIES' EVENING DRESSES AND WAISTS in silks, nets, French voils and all-over embroideries, Paisley silks, -and in all the leading novelties. Second Floor, Hudson's Bay. LADIES' FUR LINED Best quality fur lined coats; best quality broad- cloth: -have full length linings of muski'at; high storm collars of mink. Persian lamb and sable; in colors-navy, "brown, green and Special Prices White hemstitched Irish-liaiid embroidered lleur de lys, splendid quality, 20c each. 3 for -50C .Mortor Veils. Veilings. Chiffons and Dress Nets value in a handsome crepe auto Yell, deep hem. 2-i vds Ions; in brown, navv, cream, J_ f V f ___ taupe, etc. Each ____ B25 Beautiful quality in. Auto veils in fine- jisse, 2 1-2 yds long, in black, ivory, brown, champ ague. pearl- Ladies' Knitted Mufflers, fit snug and close to the neck, fastens with dome fasteners, cold resisting. in colors white, pearl, garnet, grey, navy, brown, etc. Each Fancy Collars and Handsome new stock, edged with .lace and trimmed with Per. silk B5C Special Values in Laces and Insertions It is only by buying direct from the manufactures that we are able to quote such remarkably low prices for the splendid quality and. quantity we have in stock.. Real Haltcse and Insertion a Handkerchief frilling, 8c and lOc per yd, GUARDED THE SPANISH EMBASSY AT LONDON London, Oct. precau- tions were taken tgday, the anniver- sary of-the execution of Francisco Fer- rer, the Spanish modern school teacher to guard the Spanish embassy here. YjlUi Y. TJrr.ut.ia, the Spanish ambas- sador to Great Britain recently receiv- ed several threatening letters and dur- ing last night the pavement and steps leading to the embassy were daubed with red naint. THIEVES WORK SHARP TRICK IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Oct. "two this morning when the noise of a long line of returning to the barns drown- ed their operations, one man threw a. through Porte Markers win- dow and his confederate abstracted two hundred dollars worth of jewelry. Proceeding to Main street and pursu- ing similar tactics they, took worth from Matthew's jewelry store. Th% men ;iro not caught yet Coal Grate r Inserting Wood Grate PRINCE OF WALES TO BE MADE MASON London, Oct. as soon as he is of suitable age the Prince of Wales will be initiated into the mys- teries of Free Masonry. His august grandfather was an enthusiastic Free Mason and, was grand' master of the order for Great Britain. When he ascended the throne the supreme -dig- nity ol English Free Masons was transferred to the Duke of Connaught in consequence of the fact then Prince of Wales was not a mem- ber of the fraternity. But there is POSED AS A Amazing Prison for an Years Hard Labor London, Oct. passing-for eighteen as "the Colorado mil ,-James Henry Smythe was, at St. Helens, Lanes, "yesterday sen- tenced to two years' hard labor. "Smythe was horn in Durham in but removed with his'parents '.to Wigan, attending; school until 13, when he became punyboy at a col- liery. At- the age of 10 he became a railway porter, and graduated t-o s! no reason to suppose that his ma-inalman. At 21 he married. Margaret You Can Change Grates For Coal or Wood in a Jiffy without tools, without trouble. The coal grate -Mips out of a Sask-Alta Steel Range with ease and the wood grate slides in'as readily. The McClary patented Duplex coal grates have short'strong teeth that crush clinkers. They cannot "stick." You can'dump the ashes in one end of the fire-box if half the fire goes out, because the.twin grates operate independently of each other. Inverted, they are used for burning wood temporarily. jesty -tvill interpose any obstacle to I he initiation of bis sons as they sev- erally attain years of discretion. It may be confidently assumed that the ceremony of initiation in the case of tne Prince of Wales will be conducted by the Duke of Connaught himself. Dukedom for Prince Albert The court entourage is naturally indulging in speculations as to his ma- jesty's intentions "with respect to Knncc Albert, who is IS months younger than his elder brother, and iwijj attain his legal majority on De- Icember 14, two years -henee. There I is no actual precedent that would" re- quire his admission to the noble or- Smith. whose mother advanced him He struck up an aciiuaintaa'jc with! An official estimate by the" British an influential gentleman from whom borrowed S10, .which was repaid. Confidence being thus gained he ob- tainccHn all from this gentleman Home office of the population of Lon- don for the next fifty years by de- cades predicts in than for Smytlic to wring S3, 000 out of him and Srsivthe aetuallv induced him to advance him to po to the Continent to obtain from a man there. He- went, but did not return. He next turned up at St. I-lek-ns, representing that he was buying up shares to obtain control of the Ruth Mine, and showed his dupes letters from America congratulating him up- on the success of ilis mission. A local hotel keeper, whom he appointed sec- retary of the mine, at a salary of a year, is still in the States waiting for Sciyihe. When prisoner was arrested at New Brighton he was living with a young named Davies, anil a woman present number. German and towns have taken up seriously an aeronaut's suggestion that' the roofs-of "the houses display distinguishing letters and numbers for the guidance of journeyers through the air. Japan is increasing its production of 'raw silk at a rate of about bales a year. to open a stationery business at whom he liia.mously married in Seaforth. A mysterious lire occurred there and the business lapsed. Smythe then went to Boston, but. returned two years later, when a tell- tale blotting-pad rey-caled the fact that he was cor responding with a young woman in America with a view to marriage. He returned to obtaining a. Boston was .starving with three chil- dren. Prisor.i-r bern stavin NO SECRETS People ol Letlibridge May Know What is in the Medicine They Take. An Enterprise Which Merits the Endorsement and Hearty Slip- port of the Public Health should be more seriously con- sidered and safe-guarded. The Govern- ment have partially awakened to the the .best holt-Is in KnsUand and Am- fact and now compel the publication erica, and nm- Mil for the Hotel Cc- of certain ingredients on the-packages cil was for When arrested lie admitted that the company and the whulc thins was bogus, "lie told lies when first b? came 10 Si. Helens, and lie Inul to situation in metallurgical institui icll others to hack them tip. where he picked up a knowledge nl mining matters. After travel line i'o NEW States he returned 1o Boston, learned I the business of a painter -and decora- tor, un-d seven years ago started a mining company', the Queen Bee, "failed. Me then formed the Ruth Manchester Consolidated Div- of the garter on that day, and for wlopmcnt Company, in connection can usefully with which his latest swindles were Sask-Alta means better baking and cooking results with less coal and less work. The nearest McClary agent will gladly show vou you'll be delighted with it. the nearest McClary branch for the Sask-Alta bookie, before you part wiili your range money. R jthe time being nothin; be said on that point. May Be Conferred on Minor i But it is well to remember that th T conferment of a dukedom upon aj I minor is perfectly regular, and it is I jnot in the least likely that King j j George will wait so long before rais- j j mg his second son to a formal place i in the peerage, by making him Duke of York. This is the title that by j common consent is chosen for this i purpose. It may be taken for grant- ed that Prince Albert will receive this honor at an early date, and in quar- ters likely to be well informed the idate marked out for this purpose is jins birthday two years hence. carried out. 62 Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver. St. John, H.B., Hamilton, Calgary For Sale 6j Staffort-tenew Co., letiiferidge i Philadelphia has attained its popu- i larity as a point from which ballon- !ists start their flights for 'the reason it has a plant capable of supply- ing cubic feet of gas at a time at distance from high build- j ings, which might prove dangerous, j White stains on hardwood tables caused by hot dishes can be remov- ed by covering them with salt and as much olive oil as the salt' will ab- ?orb. allowing the mixture to stand Hours and 'then removing it ,J rubbing tCc wood dry. Stove Polish is a handy paste in a large can. With a gentle rub, it produces a brilliant, lasting shine. Splendid for stoves, pipes, grates and ironwork. It is cleanly to use, and gives lasting results which do credit to your house- keeping. If your dealer does not carry "Biack Knight" Stove Polish in slock, send us his name and loc, and xve Trill send a full size tin by return mail. THE F. F. DALLEY CO., UMrTOK OCT. 29 Makers of iV Sfior. ENGLISH HALL CHURCH AT CLARESHOLM L'laresliolm. Oct. C. Milnes, J. li. Watt, and J. 0. White'attended the Drv Farming Congress from here. The new hall built in connection of medicines that contain them. That was a step in the right direction, but it did not reach far enough. The public should know and be told about every ingredient of every medi- cine they take. In our business of sell- ing drugs and medicines, we are com- pelled to sell what the public demands value to the people of Lethbridge. We will truthfully tell anybody all about them, explain what they contain, and give our own personal guarantee that they are and will do exactly as we represent, or they will cost the user nothing. These remedies are called "Rexall which means King- of all. There is one special' specific remedy for each human ill. Therefore no one remedy is a "cure-all." We earnestly urge you, our neigh- bors, friends and acquaintances to use even 'though some medicines we sell Rexa11 Remedies on our personal, pos contain drugs injurious to the good ith'c grantee, that you pay nothinj health-of the person .using them. "VYe have often attempted to over- last night. The proceedings took with tuejinglish church was opened.j come eyiL bur we" were almost powerless until we 'came affiliated with about three thousand other lead- ing druggists of the United States and Canada in a co-operative enterprise, known as the United Drug Company, Boston. Mass...and United Drug Com- pany, Limited. Toronto, Canada. And through ibis of drug- gists, it was possible for experts to travel over the country for. more than two years in search of extraordinary the form of a social evening. The Kev. Mr. Staraer, in declaring the hall open, stated that it was free for all and there would be a reading room and gymnasium. The gymnastic ap- pliances have been obtained from Staveiey. Mr. Stamer stated that it always seemed to him that there was I a much felt want for a hall for rec- reation for the youth of the town, and tutu, he felt very grateful that the church hns one now. During the con-: ccn, the ladies of the church dispens- ed tea. .Many Freemasons and others from here attended the laying of the foun- dation stone at Carmangay yesterday. it is said that the automobiles which j conveyed them home in the early aours proved but slow vehicles. George Corcoran from .Montana, lormerly of here, is visiting town. X. Taitinger. of here, gained third i prize at the Dry Farming Congress. I for wheat. Mr. Perry, the town engineer, lias i gone to the States, and it is under- stood that he will not return alone. Thomas Guy, of tne Queen's Hotel, :is installing steam heating in the ho- tel. D. B. Vanhorn has the contract for making the cellar. if for any reason they do not prove entirely satisfactory to you. Now, you must realize that when we make -this bold statement, we must be absolute- ly positive that we can back it up to the entire satisfaction of the public, Otherwise, we would lose your friend- ship and patronage, ruin business and suffer a very severe'financial losa. We make this statement -with a lull understanding of what it us. and because we are certain we can make it good. We know all about Rexall Remedies, -what they contain and-their power to do good for suffer- remedies. a remedy1, fe. that was perfect' they purchased its prescription. The'. druggists the Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets was t "jfirst Rexall Remedy made. They selves also contributed prescriptions i ix. i composed of the well-known proper- that they Knew- to be good, through Qf SubnitratCt P tof their having been continually prescnb- ,CarminaUves and their ed and successfully usea by physicians. In this way about one thousand dif- ents, in per- fect combination. They are incompar- able and invaluable for the positive cure of indigestion and Dyspepsia. ferent prescriptions were collected., whether acute or chronic. urge all These were then carefully classified; ijn necd ot such a remedy to try Recall remedies compounded from them and Dyspepsia Tablets at. our risk. Three tested by actual use for. 2.-C; .5oCj ancj 51.00. long period under the supervision of a j when you purchase Rexall Reme- committee of expert chemists and pliy-1 dieSr you are buying health insurance sicians. until about three hundred we (jo not believe we could sell I'ereht remedies were'selected as being jyon anything with a more secure and the best for the treatment of certain liberal guarantee. When you are in ailments or diseases. need of medicine, remember this offer Wo are now able to offer these rem-Mnd iake advantage of it. D. Hisin- ledies of known and proved curaave Jbotham Co.. Limited. ;