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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iiv, Ociolx'i- TM JB ltUltAU> IDITIO "INO" OftlM RttltotM Phont 774. Anil .the 'leaves.' brown, vellow, and pvllli Mrs. Begin, .'tomorrow .nflur- ftray and red. Ifnoon. Uml wiiltc with Hit whiteness of what I is dead, .1, The first regular ruhearsal .of Hie like ttoups of ijiiobts on the div oii'.uwton Musical liltwnitic ttinil pisicil Bin In lull! it Couv.nhtoK, plhui whistling nuisi- until. UK hinU Jon SilimUi o Bin In l kilns I! J rctinne noun nnn an PV Mrs. Norman Honncf IJeat will' hold fAl m Uiuloibtfpttii, tier post-nuptial recojiUon, on Wed- nrsdav iiflernoon. tf Mi I nipsL Butlu iddiiss ttn-lm nslei 1 t-ignr tomouov. inu, on I ud isl n It10 id Vuiilml'ajid Onl., lo Mr. .lohn Smj-tli .Annes fled maslt i Hoi il N u II M Niulie, .youngest son or Capl. W. AnneslfV, Royal Navy, retired, Farnlmrn, Surrey, Bug. The itianv friends of Mr. A, ixlinii iMiipallu to linn in Ul the JOSK of his father, Mr. MtMijamiu Kel- wno pjsstd itt u sit Ins hone in Mu Spungiitlil Ohio list witk I liu. executive of the (inild.of K'HUK L'h'uich will meat this pumnj, ulitn ill tin nicriilHis an Hotted to jniik'o attending'; I regular' muc.tiiig of the Guild will he held one. week from tonight. Parochial At Home will be held tomorrow evening in -SI. AugusMn's Hall, under lliu auspices of the ljai- isli Association, tu every mem Ui md dhi t i 01 S i is Until) (initcd Toronto on several occasions with his 1 Him Hit C Hrnoi General, and was u favorite in sooiuty he also aulinl as Hit! judges last year tin tioss count it A'i Hie Toronto Ololie. ai'lieles to donate lo thi'. Utiinmagc Sale, tvnich is to be hold Thursday aflmiDoii and evening in iluj Allners1 Hull', fan have these Limits called for hy telephoning Mrs. Lvlle. Mrs. Mrs. W. .1. Uf imidu 01 Mis I pluily. It is ujJIi smpiiMiig whit (in he'sold at these stiles "o.-rdouiit thfre n'lw.eroiis in every home, uhiOi could be st-nt to Uiis one iti-j1 CHINESE WERE MUCH ALARMED When the Princess Beat- rice Went Aground- No Ljves Lost ictotUi, B. oci, iii.-'rhi- C.P. -1 DUKE SWEARS IN MARTIN BURRELL TEACH GERMAN IN THE SCHOOLS liutwuen .untl The Vancouver, Mriiict' Northern Canneries, Ilupeit struck slend of hung ward s of M (bout r Mrs iloust nm s Alt D 1 IHnlu rtturmd f thf.ii home in this a .J.. G...Robertson will .receives j jt0on. w afternoon; for .the jlrslj. I IK DuuphliLfc md Maids Ol Lni, i land will open ihe season with ii Hho duitc it tin K of I> Hill in Mi tktottr 27th I lie fnuids 01 UK, in jskcd to iutpt tliii in vtliitiuii. while tickets can he oh; tained from mnnfocrs of to time M C i itt ot Medicine H (l vho u is i giicsl J -11 itrUt used one d don it the ji) need of m h i would bo iml Mrs 1 S MitUcjuiL uii mcmluis Of Knov chuu nw evcnuig it thtu hor i Lord New V and Lady >rk ironi 1 IX-cies ari'ivc in in Tlic Mfh's Society of Si. Mary's church will '111001 in ilic churph, on Ihiiisdu evening il ulit o clock Mrs-., K. Agiiew and iluugliler Konicrville, Icil- for ('iilgary this af- ternooti, on u short visit to Mrs. Ag- jic-w's mother. Mr. ji'nrt A. Smith anil (Inughtpr, JMnrgarct, went (b Calgary tliis siftcrnooii, to'atteiul the u'cilding of Mr. Smith's .sister. J lie ni St Lj priau church 'will nifcl Mrs. ll Sdf I St ifttLfioon UK dits ehlirch on Units of, SI 'mosl r Mis 1 I uid liliimrson. Mr home, frflm n DqJtu 19G1 1 if tli iinum hc( iiwlhcr Mis istei AIiss of n., wlio .arc t-n runic trip to ,-thc .coast. The antlK'in, "Oh Lorri.-How Mnni- was cxci'Ilenlly rcmlered hy the choir of IUIO.Y church at the cv service yesterday .Guess, of Nova Scotia, in the city, to join tlie has arrived Hunk of Montreal staff. Mri of the local staff; has gone to. (he Winnipeg branch to assume his ncitv dnites. .Iliss Ciivanah. Miss Miss Hatch, Mr. Henderson flnd Mr. -Wyatt and Mi Guv implored to MaeloocI jestcr WE.IC arcompinicd home hj who returned'to Macleod this I7ht en0igernpnt MNs pgrotln f announced of I ecfit rdaughlcr lui !in ifiout ttttntx foiu met at the 1 offict, on I iiaisdiiy evening, j foirn a la ''ei Tht'v visit-, ul mint and alter watching inCtfHsl the dilimnl machinery in optralion procndLd down .'the mint K w irlmcnts-iin- ilti jlltb1 guiiiuico 7G are Germany. For the time being Father Hour has undertaken to Instruct each clacr, Tsr hour a jday nnl'il a proper teacher can be ce- It is uiiderstooil that similar 'slops will be taken In odier districts of the province where there is a [ire' GRAIN MARKETS Oci. Qctober iiationaliiy. BUILDING PERMITS Building permits have been I No. 1 Feed :41, No. 1 Feed .-10 1-2, No. 2 signals. Tlic steamship Princess Hoy- i opened 'iieeSrWOVth Jl'OOO each on 'Ith Ave. by 12. J2500 residence on Bin nvenne soAl'lh. 109, cjosed I0fl Jlay opened II closed m'1-4. BOAT WAS IN COLLISION London. Oct. ship Princess May have been scni. to! opened tin; .stranded vessel's.assistance. I'rin-'closed 99 opened 104, closed -________ wcie Miss Doii UdBcis .Miss Flora cess May will call Bay 3'l: opened 100, closed 90 agenl wires that die C. P. IJ." steamer- Slctlc Miss k ilc Hn Miss .lean the jiassengers..'Lines' have .Mount Temple, from ..Montreal; for Uh Divison, (lie been made fast to trees on the islanrt London, collided .with the steamer. Richirdsp Prudliommi Uriseoll, ilie Phillips s .Marie Mc- .fessie Weir .and otli- Tress. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block RECENT ARRIVALS Our Ready-to-Wear Section Complete a most Attractive Showing of Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses Tn main md cntiith "dilloiciil' c-icitjons loj tin tiisCfinu tliib Ihe ol Ihc ioiomobt in (Ins coimtiy and I 'VMlh tlllS StOlC. And while superior workmanship have been the chief considerations .in-selecting this collection, even the most-careful buyer.vrilj find values splendidly satisfying. Wonderful Values In Suits Beiges and basket cloths In ill the rich new Autumn tones; coats lined with silk or.satin; skirts cut moderately narrow to con- form to prevailing styles. Materials are absolutely jmre wool, and thoroughly and while prices In'this particular lot are not as low as many we have to offer, .values are far and away .the best for sncIV higli-grade garments ever offered by this store. ]Scw Carariil Coats .1522.50 Handsome new fctjlts just to hund this week made of txcilleiit qualitj ciolh which ra a good Imitation of the popular Pony Coat. targa roll' collar, full length, lined throughout with 'good quality.Koman satin. Special value Dresses Dainty maniuisettcs, voiles, silks and satins, shown, tn a most comprehensive and one new this season and beauti- fully h'lnmiod '.'is fashion dictalco with fringe girdles, strappings and handsome appliques. The Sale of Millinery Continues all this Week for Newest Hats Worth up to It not all surprising (.hat this special lot which originally featufori for Saturday hm nbould meet .with such popular favor, for styles of the moat attractive of Ihe acasoti nnd not aW shown in the lot. is worth than food many in fact are actually worth f 15.00. Thf rtducid.price but wt yrflf early, choice for btai ttleetioni. were present at the KcsUval .or 'Empire at the Crystal Palicc tins must have hecn prnud to tliL irchioness of Donegal Canada in lhat inastjiie for surely Canada coulrf.noi. Iitiii n oie gi iccfulU rupi-L'sent- ctl U .was at n meeting af Lord Stralii- eona's home 'in Grosyerior -s.jiiare lhat the connniltce 'of 'visiting Canadians ununimously asked Lady Donegal to represent them at the festival of Kmpirc, and she. acceded to their wish. If was, no liglil- task, for day iftei fltc mai-qiiL Ind to he re- peated. On thai their maj- esties entertaineiti schoolchil- io keep thn ship from 'slipping into LIVERPOOL CATTL'r MARKETS !Ostcrlcy off AustraliB, while deep water before the salvage makes' Oct. liogep.i fi the later lay al. anchor off Tilbury, temporary repairs. Co--1 Urcl'pool.' 6able. today that ai- ,'I'he lloiint Temple docked at Mill BUDGET though trade was slow in the Ilirken-; wall. .Damage unknown, head market, prices .were faiivy well I The Mount Temple is an old Eider maintained, btst quality not greatly Dempster boat bought from that ship- in demand, a slight re- i pins company in IWOIJ, aDf! idllctlon, full being :Stnles nrincihallv treieht mid cattle with tascaden Land Co. have mov- !Ilu'Uon. fu" miotatlons being Stales j principally freight and I'd their offices to Room 10 Macdon- ,SlC3rs rr01" lo 13 M ,few If any passeneevs. lid Ulocl; Canadians 1 to 13 cents, and Ranch-! ____________ I. II. Adams, of Calgary, was Ihe city on Friilay and Satunlay business. -i Aid. Sage is acting mayor during era 11 1-4 to, 12 cents per pound. London, have -a new, ihe- sion of gratitude" the British government for the Canadian naval M. "P. P. RETIRING Toronto. Oe.t. Benson How- Itl. elected by acclanintion to the scut for South Wellington', rendered the retirement of G. P. the absence of Mayor Adams to L'ol-jand military contingents to the Coron- JDowney, willrcthc frdni politics. for dren at Crystal palace Imperial was presented .the limes, and not; one of 'these 'performances (or any other) did Lady Donegal shirk. The marchioness of Donegal is Hie onh uatiglncr ol the lite Henry St. I wining ol Scotia, and married the fifth Marcniisjtf Donegal (whom she survives) in. UiU-L Her home is in London with her her mitt in il ijrandmoihtr, and hnu lieii'i l.adv Donegal is an intimate personal friend of; Lord .who performed the office of giving away the bride al her wedding, and who- is tlie godfather of her son, the present marquis. Tlic marchioness of Donegal has just passed through Canada on her way. to the- Durbar, where she is to he one of Ihe ladies-in-waitiiijr. iirado Springs. Manics Fisk'e returned tliis morning from a two months''visit to Toronto and other'.easterii points Mr. Kiske's health is much improved. Tlie 0. W. Kerr Co. has moved froui Block to tbe Stai- loclt, and J. G. Robertson i- II occupy (lie premises vacated by the Kerr Co., in addition to what they already hud. personal reasons. ford Bl Co. wil FOUND GUILTY OF STEALING Most of the day in Supreme Court was ocouijied In hearing the case of Rex vs. Pouecii. This after- noon the accused was convicted of stealing some shovels, a wringer ami things from K. freight, shed while in the employ of the com- pany. Tie will be sentenced .gt the end of the sittings of the .court. The case now being tried is that of Rex Medicine Sing, a horse stealing'CHS GREAT YIELDS AT CHAMPION A. J. Irving, general agent for the Co., has just returned from a trip thiit us tended north of ChiHiipion. tic syys lhat farmers there- have some of grain, the most of the crops-averaging from 3n to oO bushels per acre, for spring wheat, the lining between 40 and 45 bushels. There is n little garding number i, but, the greater part of it. is being graded No. 2, 3 anil 4, the lower grades being due to frost. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS OFFICIALS HERE A parly of Eastern Townships Bank j directors and ofllcials'arrfved on the rlaln this afternoon from Tabwr. In the party are Win. Harwell, nnnrirlenl: General Manager MeKlnnon, Mr. Hall, manager of the Winnipeg branch; Directors McCrac AI.PJ, J. H. M.tchtfl, A. C. Klnmmerffllt, Howard, Foster others. Tiiwy will stay itntU to- ntglit when they continue their jour- CASES IN THE DISTRICT COURT District Court sits tomorrow. The following cases are listed: Smalj Debts Toronto Type Foundry vs Brandon; ves t Ball for plaintiff; defendant Twcdt A. B. Hogg for plfiiutiff; defendant in person. Mark Co. vs. Gallaway; A. B. Hogg for plaintiff: defendant, in r.srson. O.vley vs Woo.druff; Ives {i Ba'll for plaintiff; H. A. J. McDongp.ll for do- fenda'nt. McAra vs MacKcnuie ,t Atenzie; Ives Ball. Plunkett Savage vs Bridgeford; AlacICenxie Jlenzie; 'in person. Levdile vs Nelson; Mackenzie and Jlcnzie: .1. R. Watt. Western Canada Agency vs ISmde; W. V. Poapst; R. A. Smith. Easton Co. vs Mavald; Ives ,and Ball; in person. Easton fc Co. vs-Claydon: Ives and Bail: in p'arson. Ea'oton Co. vs Baldwin; Ives and Ball; A. B. Hogg. Kimtiall vs Bjorkblod et al: Ives Ball; in person. Kilgrow Bros, vs Barren: John- stone Jt Ritchie; in person. Appeals vs Ashmnn; Conybeare Co. Alexander vs Burnett: lies and Ball. Wooley vs Turner; .lohnstone. and Uitohie for app'allant. Mealy vfi Leth.brldge Collieries. DATE OF THE ONT. JLECTIONS Toronto. Ocl. .lames Whit- ney stated this morning that Ilie date of the coming provincial elnc- lions would he as lute as possible so thai- the new lists in llic unorganized districts coiihl be niicil. The writs caninit he issiu-d till the lists .arc ready. Thi' prinir minister has in preparation letter to the people uf Ontario which lie savs lie will issue in a ffw Tliis probably means lhat tin- date nf Hn1 clt'cliijiis will lie announced the same lime. Floor Goveriegs At The Bay STOCK OF CARPETS and Linoleums should be seen by all who are contemplating furnishing. Our prices are always the very low- est, consistent with best quality, Brussels Rugs IT IS A QUESTION of n lug lor hard wear, it is to-tbo Brussels make the housewile uirns. II has long been 'noted for that, wear resisting quality, another it does not oaich the dust so much as the varieties: We are ulacins before von a rilK that will upbold the reputation to Ihe letter, nt'a price that will astonish you. Size 9 x 12. Size 9x9 Size 9 x 10.6 Beautiful Mohair Rugs HAVE .IUST" RBCHIVBU A SHIPSliSNT of these- beautiful Rugs, all pure Mohair; curled centre and plain border; in lovely shades Vof green, old gold and red; all plain cplore; very smart and aitistic. These are 'exceptionally low priced and come In several.usefm 30 in. x 12 in. x.18 in. 48 in. x 24 in. 60 in. x 30 in. Scotch Printed Linoleum nrtlNTKD lylXOI.EUM, if properly mak- es the beSl posslhle floor cov- ering. It never weui-3 dull and Is ensll" cleaned; be- ware of linoleum .placed ,011 the market before it has hail time lo mature. .Our. liliol- mini is well It can he scrnubed and water al oilce mid the pat- tern-will never move. Per Well sonsotunl Moor Inlaid Linoleums JNLA1D blNOLIOUM. Not on 1 y ean we offer you this popular type of linoleum in tile pattern, but can also offer yon a wide range of flonil cnrpot effects, also an exact finitalion of u par- qct floor, difficulL to tell from ival wood. Our Per Sq. Yd. per squfirc Hudson's Bay Co, (U'ALI'IV VALUB SKHVICK ;