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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETRRRIDGE DAILY IIERALD 5 of the MenVWear and House Furnishings A Seven Day Sale of Immense Value Giving This announcement is no hoax, ;t genuine cic-ant nee of these two linex. have determined to decrease our too huge a stock, and are therefore Prepared to sacrifice. patrons know our quality of merchandise to of (lie highest and prices reasonable, and for those who have not, up to the present, been patrons, all we can say is: MEN! who require winter clothing, under- wear or Furnishings, it will pay you to read Men's Fall and Winter Suits viot. with sill! fiC- "Saturday the 18th Until Saturday the 26th Men's Fall Overcoats Bargains in Men's Furnishings Men! You intend to Imy Heavier Underwear, no doubt. Make these intentions good and foiiy now. 45c 75c Light Clu'sU'rfield Coats grey or coat exceptionally good-style; well worth 520.00. Light Chesterfield .Coats Overcoats, hitch clase tailored, good quality- Muck Chevi Jnjs; usually sold at faO.OO. Medinm Weiglit Costs Chesler.'leld elyle'coat, of Kngllsh.MeUon Cloth or closcJy woven with vclret collar or of the same material._: Sold rcgularl? at Tweed Overcoats S13.50 to Convertible Collar Coals, a spoi-liil assortment ot cloths In different Light or dark greys, etc.( Well worth lo each. MAiSII C Light as a feather, warm as a blanket. A. healthier comfort than down, more sanitary, durable, more satisfactory. Coinfort, covering Art Muslin, CH., MEN'S FLEECE ;UEuMly sold at COo and 65c for KEN'S WHITE WOCHJ H'bbed. Underwear, S5c 6 garment..for ENGINEERS' BLACK WOOL UNDERWEAR r.OKulav price- J3.CO per suit, for MEN'S UNDERWEAR OF WOLSEY MAKE lic-jrutar JS.OO a suit, MEN'S BLUE 'CASHMERE UNDERWEAR English manufacture, regular (3.30 per suit for-............. MEN'S SOCKS, HEATHER WOOL AND BLACK A regular 50c iock; .Three pair for S14.90 cla, well uorih Comfort, covering Art Muslin, 86.00 Comfort, covering Art Sateen, S8.50 Comfort, covering Art Silk, each. MEN'S SEPARATE Tweed .trousers. Kegulsr for MEN'S SEPARATE TROUSERS, Regular !2.26. For per pair-----...'................... ALL MEN'S FURNISHINGS NOT ADVERTISED AT LEAST 10% OFF MEN'S BLACK CHRISTIE HATS C1 -Q Regular best American 9 iv5 Makes, and Tweeds ar.d Worsteds, good wearing quality well wortb suit. A Man's Suit at...................... Tho well-known "Fashion. Craft" Clothing of uiiquestionably good qual- ity. Worsteds, and Serges, Sp'pntlldly tailored suits. "Just the suit (or the man at dollars less. Regular A Suit Head tailored Suits of Serges and Twwds. lined with SlltcuT a suit. A Man's Suit Some wise sage once said: "See Naples and die." No doubt that In his mind he had gazed upon'the loveliest spot on earth and tfcore was nothing better to be seen.. might refer IJial sentence 10 these suits with a slight alterallou. uot wishing any porEon end. "Res theso Suits end Suits qulvalent custom, tailored. MOTHERS 1 A Chance fo Suit Your Boy at Great The beet materials, the beit workmanship; positively the belt fitting Sutti at clearing out prices. Slzti 24 to 33. Suits Suits Suits BOYS' KNIT SUITS AND JEKSEYS A variety of weights, styles ind colors; Suits Suits Stair Oil Cloth, 27 inch. 45c per square for 35C LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR OILCLOTHS GOING FAST Scotch. Quality, Floor Oil Cloths, regular 42c per square yard. per, 32C 25 CARPED AFFERENT QUALITY and SIZES, 25 J Comp6.sji.tipn 1'eatlicr filjed; forms, ''_'. Heavy. THE LADIES' SECTION CONTRIBUTES BARGAINS :INCQATS AND SUITS Coats Women's Suits Serges; .yelyel-or Tweed ,arc the materials; well tailored suits, finished in every detail, natty little trimmings. Good serviceable Winter Goats in Tweeds, Blanket Cloths and other fash- ionable materials. Stylish dorreol lines. i Coatfi Coats 11.95 Coats Regular pric6 812.00' Regular .Regular price WOMENS %20.HO SUITS WOMEN'S' SUITS'. WOMEN'S tSD.OO SUITS' WOMEN'S SUITS WOMEN'S SUITS..... WOMEN'S SUITS WOMEN'S SUITS WOMEN'S WOMEN'S COATS McCall Patterns 10c 15c November The BENTLiS COMPANY, Limited McCall Patterns lOc 15c November What Press Agents Have to Say; bfO Shows Ther Something' For two days only coajmenolng next Wednesday, the public will be given opportunity of wttneealig'the. jihoto-play ever acted and produced In "Tlie Deltnco ot 3Ion trc.ll." Tlie picture, which 't8 hi two jvarts In fl reproduction of the most Bllrrtng opleone oarij his- tory, and an event that will go down through the ages, as ODS of tlie moet clarinK deeds ol valor. The producllon staged on tho Identical .ground Tfhero the curly historic Canadian pioneers scorned and courted the rlendlsh tortures of the savages In their determination to save lo pos- terity what we are now BO proud .to call the fair "Land of tho [Maplo.M Over 350 gonulno Indians, direct doscenclanta' of ttic men who fought Jn this tnttle, formed part of the cast.of -100. and no pxpense lias been epardd In mak- Ins the picture historically, correct In every detail. t' r. v- AmonR ihe modern auccesa of the American Stage during the bat five ic-ars. will be found many good plays, i'lctlon writers many yeirs ago expeT; grfiat dtmcillty gaining (rinl consideration for tholr more "or dramatized verelona. Those who have reed "Freckles" will understand the dramatic possibilities M once, and wonder with curious nm- nzcmcnl wl'.uther It -is possible lo ntnge the with Its atmospheric wondermcrit. wlio Is flblc fur this gripping and picturesque cilur'e story, tot only gave unlimited ecnpc lo the tcane p.ilnler, hut dram- allst as well. Null Twomey, the dramallsl, liaa nd- rlcJ decided Interest, to' her likeable rharar.lcru anc! IK literary ere mor depleted.a pen and (uh (ndhldual, Ibc dramatist witli the Imtcrcunous Artistry o( hla profeasion has given a brcathtoK, talking Imise c( lh< hntleriTlng personages found In this play of Hie Indlaiu Bwatnps, of a "auccossful modern theme. It is n no way old fashioned convent- ional In treatment Jt is n ttofy attuill-. ty (h which th'aro lsjactlon; ydiilh in modern.p.Viy; writing. Although wrtaln latitudes were tak- en, the Dramatization follows In detail the teit of the book. "PrecklcB" will be preie'oled it 18. noV on'.stle at Boi olflbe.-. Wilt for Ihe Schubertt. of'mualc who hive en Joyed the Concerts given by Uia City Band during the 'summer in Gait Gardens and Henderson Park will undoubOy show thair appreciation of the same by giving the nsnd a bumper.house on Frjdar, 6cU'24tti-whon the'Schu- bert Symphony Club will appear at the Jl.jesHo Th6atre in a select pro- gramme. Mr. the Violinist la an urtlst In the truest sense of tho word, being one of tho best on the American Continent. JHssLeeta Cor- has a voice of marvel: bus-'clearness, great-range and-Bjm; .rlpa'thy. iivle Ziindl Purcpll, Contra-: allo, whose v'olcc reminds one of the great Scalchi, will oe heard wltti icipality Assess Natural 4 "i H 'il'rriscd ior a !or well No. i tompanyr1 oi-'ioicotf.p'orj fcct'ol.gas a day, Mr. Coste persist- TPYJNG. TO PAD FIGURES. rf 'jn .saying it was r.ot.lor sale. .The however, intimated that he ught wells, drilled anvr ,o value and Mr., Hhere in that belt would be coste' again answered Hie ..cost ol the putting, it in and ijoverninent' chacj- crsslul. He tho fees to the government and th'is ytar )lr- pay 50' cents an acre Irase and are "f Dunlop eiptesscd doubt as lo (Winnipeg'Free'.PMII.V Jn order to increase the' apparent effect of the victory in .Ghateauguay the of the GovfeTnment "cooka" tlie past political record the'constituency. Thus it represents the Liberal majority in 1SS6 u TOO (it waz 70) and in 1901 as -103 where-' as It vat actually 4G. In the MX wanted to know ol lOiiO cubic feet at the well. Under pres- the witness lid 30-cents for well: "H the subject to royalty, 'but none" is col- lected as, yet. He wouldn't venture a at the extent o( tt.e jtas-lear- in? area, but it would be The 0 ,1' 1UUV HIDll; ILtL rtV L1JU lltil company have sunk fnteen welH, cost- ing about S10 a loot, tbe average be- ing about a well. All -Ibis in- dependent of fees and the 580 a yca'r'j tax on each' quarter section. II by i some Ireak of natuie the v.ork was snow tnat the was oy (in- mil Ml nl Minmis'sion it would mean Iribution, which- varird winter and pacity o! the well would be said counsel.. Witness made an explanation to the put odl ol commission H would mean the su'nrr.cr. and was governed by several conditions. Mr. Tlimlop .was not leasing other lands and doing' work all over again. The company. has acres under lease. He wanted a fair wartret In (he action under trial it is only valuation. couldn t gue .tf.e quarttr senior, on which.-nils valuation of the output of each of the are being worked that is being wells because it all went-into one pipe line. Mr. Coste not know the If dne of their nrnorkrd leases Profit-on a 100 feel ol at the pleasure in selections peculiarly placed on the niarkcl the value wcU- apled lo exJiiblt tho quality and rich- 1 wha( jt couW he Consldetable heated conversation of hor voice. Hazel Corby tj.lC Ot passed liotivtcn Mr.- and Mr. in her Inimitable readings will bo en- ;ccs tj.0 were j Coste and counsfl asked re of the Joyed. IJncoreo are .the order of the j t0 scizc nmnel sccMon on which a "Here is a -well prodix'ng evcnlng she hn_8 appeared. its v-niue 500 fret every 24 hours. Isf it worlh Ladles Quartette .Is the ig rosl cl work, and 580 more Ihan'n well producing a elecllons tbo 'Llberal-.majpritv as the unit in the next four less than1. 100 .and twice thqrefore not.hon-. cst to represent OhateauBuay as i a. Uberal stfon'jhoid. 'ifis x conaUtu: Parlalment will ha. over It Is therefore very doubtluHf Chateau- guay can be" continued aa a distinct constituency .despite Uie pledge given price "of adtnlssfon alone. The voices the governmcnl. It migiil .nui. blend and the execution....... Is perfect. Selections on mandolin qitl gullar'are another feature Intro- j piped.' That'comes in the franchise. [lured hy thn Schuburls. Tho City sliy-ttre (hat much. There is no increase in value except when tho gas ped.' T -lOas is-y.'otth no more in Calgary nu'm-.lhan. l.clhhringc l.ccauso the a prel- programme. Seals on.sale at Kenny'fe Allins. .Curtain at 8.15 K. Dunlop, for the niral Jlr. Coslc in lion- bsra composed by-Mr. K. It. Pnrcell pany'cannot vary its rates anil hope and arranged him for full Hand, i'lo'do business. The gain in one place They arc the "Sailor Boy" raycli, .onsets loss in another. and WW waltz and T11B. KI'K UK' the "Hercules" overture. These com-; 'j. Dunlop, n positions will be rendereil by the Hand j municipality, (hen IcoV Jlr. C. as a prelude lo Ibe regular Schubert WHness ailniittcd thai Island wells tetter gas thin those at Mcillcicc Hat: In applying for leases it was based on knowledge of '.he existence ol a'as afl-r cjiccrimc'nt. 'Tbc company to the lest ol ilsknowl- jcdgc applied for heat shAw for- several president of I the Duncan I-lthogvuph Co, Is he JOSEPH KNEE3HAW DEAD llamlHon, Oct. ncf.il 82. the. best gas expert .in 000 !eet Jlr. Coste 'you expect the court to telieie that THE JOKE ON THE SHERIFF. 1 (Edmonton Sheriff--Roberteoti and A party of friends had an arnusing incident at fonfld a few days While out hunting, they Hopped Tofleld. for refreshmenu) and during their resVan Intoxicated Individual eauntercd In and engaged one of the party In con- versation..''! shot thr.ep hundred birds tp.-isj- snd said the- ahafcy one.: you.know It Is against (he.taw'-lo shoot mbre-tht'n' twenlj'- flve birils. in-.one .one 01 the parly.. "I wag the answci1. Wallocc 23. of T u-as accld wliti n f'ni part of Uio-'n-oriii localfil on tho "nul at fraall place no one will I best iMflons. ir How.'Island liadjevef find "out" am the the company to liuy- a'spoko up Mr. Hohtrlnon, displaying enlly hilled whlln working) well they couldn't buy ohe. The wells 'amulan Northernjltallwy not ior snle. In valuallnR (he "Ficcklci" .conlams the requisites gang taxing out gravel, cost'ol diggliig at U his badge. lalil the offender. you ITO the 1 aoj ency which, -under .normnl, conditions j diTrlng the'campalgn by the Conserva- tive candidate thai.hli.eltctlon'wouM ensure this being'done. It'la the ob- vious'fate ol Cbaleauguiy-to te Join- ed to the adjoining cpnstltuencr ot Huntingdon, maiilnJ! Pariiamentjirj- seat wlth'a population of glvea a, majority; when the .normal conditona return' the mb- iorlty will H-tbe constituency: retains lta': preront (The present population ot Is only where- Does Your Stationery Represent You Fairly It it like you? You are judged by 'four stationery Don't let yourself misjudged How to get your per- into it Docs it make the .same impression yoii would mate if you were calling m-person instead of by letler? Apart from anything yon may say or do llicrc is something nbout your mere appearance that influences the man you cull on. The moment lie sees you he sizes you up. Tl.is the same with your slaiionery.-He straightens it out, tniekles il between liis finders, look at U --forming from ils nppconmce an ideii of .what inusl he like. or wronfily he judijcs your business.relations from thui time forth flucnccd hy that'judgment. Can you afford to" run the risk of beinij misjudged? Will you stake your, chance of an order on a commonplace, charactcrleM letterhead? There nre letterheads perfect hi tasfe and faultless in execution which nevertheless fail utterly to give the riaht impression. If s much a matter of coat as a matter of knowing how. For years we have been rjesigning for business men alJ over ,tho country.' We'know.how.to inject your personality into your make it representative of you, The Herald Job Department Phone 1252 ;