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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTilKinOflE DAILY -ft UK ALT) Yidiiy, OclolHT IS. 'liMg. Your Dollar and Dollars Will Have j Mighty Buying Power Saturday at 5 u Ladies'One-Piece Dresses and values extraordinary, that should make a sensation "among the fashion leaders city. There's five or six elegant styles to, choose from, some .with dainty lace yoke effects, others large flat fUllUlTlUif riKIli.Il ors navy, brown, 'GrtiyT black. Trim- mings are. silk embroidered, .braids and fringes. All sizes, special for Saturday only The Rosedale Coat For Women Go" t-o'Pifiii'.-VVriiuc.' Wil I wrarniK "it's' -.u'latli- of 'iiiaiiy diiTrrtMir num'riak 1" liui all or t'ht' 'sot'r, Avanu ...k'uid. ,o f rliilirhiHu. of blnnkiT ml lotllS bottr s. Oh, it's nnri1 liuitoiis from .-lioinder ID niul liipols of Well, just voif-'sW tliiV's Coats. They ;uv (ill style wiuiu-rs at any S12.50 45.( Items of Great Interest to the Busy, Thrifty, Shop- ping Women Saturday Ladies' Tea Aprons 20 doy.en up t vou to ht1 early. Made" of nice white lawn, with bib. lace trim- med. It's .a snap and should catch the dining room girls and regular -Sc to Women's Under- skirts This -will be a crowd drawer; SH only Indies' "black sateen skirts, made full with pretty frills; all sixes. Regular or 75c; A Pretty House Dress for A can get a stylish house dress made in one piece style of American percale print; skin it, full open front patterns excellent, all sizes v. Ladies' Sweaters A lot of stylish ail wool coins, colorings are A I." value excelle.-H; special Saturday i Turkish Towels This IK, ;i .pure while1 smd brown, with rod 'stripe. S'w :5S Shoe Bargain for Women .About SO pieces of Ladies' fine iiickuUns black. Iiiiteut. lared; odd sixes in Ox- fords. tun ;md black, various tinea regular Keep the. Kiddies Warm Odd lines of yomigstflrs vesta and most of rlunti nil 2 :o 10 years in the lot, to clear at Silk Knitted Scarfs .Ladies" handsome cream scarf, somt'thing value -5S.OO, Sat- urday 52.00 Vicuna Cloth lor Dresses Pivfi pieces of heavy vicuna clotli o1 ict n arne1 fot cbMdrfiti's .inclies: '.vide, sniooih finisli Hemihe'd Sheets of hf-nnuod sheets, lunch- of soft Kiijrlish cot- ton. grass bli-uciuMl, regular Table Cloths nViHisome white double ,dani- ask cloths, (Hi X -S6 HcU1.5 patterns dntwn borders, "for use; S2.00. 51. 75 Anoilu'r u[ our Siiturday Jlib- boii .Pure pllk taffeta ribbons, beautiful -1 iifehes wide; regular 20c. Girl's Sweaters A splendid lot of sweaters. heavy ribbed, high collar, button (rom shoulder, {iruy and navy; erey and garnet; grey and Gets for the Dry- Farniing Congress (.lood solid sprinjj cots, with mat- tress all complete1 Bed Quilts Large. sJxe-in white or colored (tuilt in make, oasy wTihcis, pxti i special Cashmere Hose For women, seam loss, vory vhivtlr; X 1-2 1-2 and "FORGET NOT" THIS IS THE FURNITURE HOUSE of THE WEST The Big Store of Satisfaction I? lEACHlNU''SUNDRY 'WORK TO: MEN BECOMES '-GENERAb- C. P. R. POLICE Fl in had Itcluis i ctnioi (Oi i ille ui 1 til ih lonMtb! o ihit diu ion the of tlio chief insect or beiiis ar the hcatliiuni'Lers or the'scn- ernl suwerintentltnu of thai division. Tht( chief 'Insnwlor and tho hvo i" ippftot'w do iioi flr- whiOi he is Ui iff. d to il o ouiti li Gen. Brock and Monument Uniform is a Mark of Dis- j Motto of j Force i --------Lj "An imperial police' '1'orce It ns for its cardinal print-lilies ch litj I briety, cleanliness, moral and sictil courage." Tlmt. is tlie substance of instrnc- tions issued to the head of tbt. p lite department of tlie Canadian Pacific Railway company by the viit 1 rt i I dent in charge of Western line' Tut official had long thought of tlie prob- j lein. for H is a problem; ibis i stn t' ins a police Force, to take win public, enforce the laws, to hi con] posed of higher grade men tl! previously been employed :ui the spotter type and bearini, lion il the relations to either tlie p tblic in, I the empioyc-ES which :those indnld j uals are supposed to bear; i ioite i that must as-roe with city an 1 IIIOMH j cial force's ami at Hit- same tune o i independent of tile latter win wot I ing in close conjunction with them. He had known' of the trill ill it confronted both city.Aud compiii dt parljne'llts in endeavoring to i embt.1 a police force (.hat had for it one ob'jw-t the enforcement of 11 id( the. proper of tht p i li He..had .also known..thai i i i tie company ofticials did' not Miml It with those of the city. Why not for him to liud but be did de- termine that he would place tne no, lice force of western lines on i jluiq wlicTeby head's of department in cities and towns ou the line coul 1 no longer say officers sent out the- i company were-not of lite right li n to mix with city department! tar. that had been said.- The result was that be ordered tlie: head of the railway police tlti i t ment to recruit a force fioin I oil i William to Vancouver of arm vetc I ans before they gel a plac. on b imperial police force. They ra i t 1 "i., sllnth nlo served their tarni of eiilislnunt I must have the service me I U tilt I must have a discharge from the Ini-i perial army or from the KOI il N (1 I west .Mounted Police without, tilC UlCl 1 IBllS shadow of a blemish. j-------------------------------------------------- something of a tl 1 tin itontlnmd irom pi t The uniform i ia mill of distinction. It i i i Ksed on 1 t e e piPMdcl tntl mill i ttn llnnint u t ms a U n it by the civilians as well as by police authorities. So well has the uniform tilfn i cei ed 1 licit hue tilt been refinests from orher railway (Olilt in olli ills for the pattern. When Ilia lioval Ilisliness, the t- n i t end il f until llMt 1 tb vest he more than once compliment- ed the vice president on the Icuce of the C. P. R. police and not only dkr-ho compliment the viee pn sident but 1 i CM. i' ot the men on the force by bavins seen them 11 run lit in pen I mm The police force of the Canadian I Ti UK t i c mi in} wtttein lim is s me h HT to It i ith I his ill 111 I o! th r u thi ioit-1 in thJi! there are now rail- ries Ihe medal ho has earned by ,-oal urines mitt towns! Brock met death, is being celcbrat- A tinsuishcd service in the army which certain to I ett today and tomorrow. The first jjj (ireat Brilain or on this Royal North-'; jndust rial ci-ntrcs. tile Hlackio.ui monument was blown up by (ireat Brilain or on the Royal North-'; industrial ci-ntrcs. tile Hlackio.ui west Police. That ribbon means Ihal'-j arc stories oi the past, the progress; Ihe 'wearer has been trained in a'j of ilie is the invitation of a ecu- that, means rigid discipline' sons that teach him temper and to (o liohl of'rs iKe poet. the lingering legends arc [iloralion tor the novelist; The old trails are sr'olie lonument at Queen- iton Heights that _ tho scene of military operations of 1312 Ths 100th anniversary, of the .Bri- tish victory of Queenctotl, when Brock met death, is being celebrat- ed mo Fenians or Irish Americans in 1840J and among distinguished Britishers who journeyed ruins was Charles Dickens. The above monu- ment, which stands on the brow, or di- rt-dors-, with one exception, would siy'auytliins .iiienMiiK. One f (lie, in to-a fiueHtion. Ihiii there was no announce to is 'Stolievod' tlie the .Biunt (if- .Bruns- will br nnd lhat its details will heroine known. J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majestic Theatre Block, Phone 635 of Stiinley's old from i-- to pnol, now rarely and ihf in the fonnec.tinK tho different minvs, llicre urf- no rotids in tho Congo. NiHivt- i rails. urn! funtish tho only I'acili- Of tr.tnsntn'tiilJon. (ilio ritilK native; poitr-rs carry loads av- tniHtiifi- (10 poiiiule on their heads. 5 Bundle Teams a day and board Mitford Co. EDMONTON r.'isons owning Property iu or about Edmonton, will liud it In their adviintiise tn ciiinmiiiMcalc with Box -llil ICdinoilton, Alt; ;