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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. October 10, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Women's Suits And Dresses for Misses and Children TYLiSH GARMENTS ready for. wearing, made to sell at much higher prices. Beautiful tailored suits for women, jaunty etamine dresaea for misses and pretty serge and check dresses for the children. A large and well' assorted stock In', all sizes ready for your choosing tomorrow. SUITS AT Worth Beautifully tailor- ed garments In di- agonal serges and smooth materials. Trimmings of braids, satin and buttons. 'Plearted and trimmed skirts. STJTTft AT V-- Made of pure -wool Venetians, and handsomely wim- med with buttons, satin and pleat- ing. Colors, are black, reseda and navy. SUITS AT Worth Dressy tailored garments of fino Venetians and sav." basket weave wool materials. Newest American style coat and skirt. MISSES'-DRESSES l Misses' college style dresses, made of blue serges and etamines; sailor collar and laced effect'at back. Made for C1 O girls 12 to IS years. Prices are v........... I im CHILD'S DRESSES Children's dresses, made .of pure wool serges in sailor and plain styles. Also pretty "checks iri: Ages 1-10. Cheaper than buying, material OUC MAYOR FU'R'NISHES STAR KISS THAT SHE ON STAGE SANG FOR 'McCoskrin of Rock Island, III., Plays Leading Role at Burlesque and Three Thousand Cheer Him Jloline, ill., W. Mc- R. agent at Carmangay, for the past -few months, has been moved to Frank Alta. Mr. Ted Mack, of High River, will be the new Notice appears in. the Canada Ga- zette that Andrew L: Hamilton, bank manager of Portage la Prairie, will ap- to Parliament next session for a from his wife, Mrs.- .Mary Louise Hamilton, of Have You Noticed How Many Men Are Already Wearing New They will not be caught napping when the chilly winds blow. Why should you be? I have the Suit or Overcoat that will suit you in color, style, fit, pat- tern and cloth, now, and it won't take; you five minutes to Imd it. FALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS WATCH MY WINDOW Sole Agent for SLATER SHOES THE MEN'S MAN 408 Round Next Eureka Theatre in Jast week's issue of the Letn- bridge News there is a letter signed Oy John Thompson, in which :the writ- er raises a' very He 'desires to ascertain "-nrnen the Kev. Mr. Prosser and the Rev. Mr: Ferry are going; to set busy and pro- vide tiie promised home for their un- fortunate sisters, wno they so Ghrist- lan-iiKe, scattered all over the j There is more in the same strain which ft is not necessary to' quote- would very much'like to re- spond through the Herald to this in- quiry at the earliest possible oppor- tunity. vF.or.it seems to me that in his letter "to the News. Mr. Thompson nas placed Ms finger upon a very, vita] sppt in connection with this social reformation, reply. to Mr. Thomp- Jetter, -f'-'wbu'ld say (1) That we ought to have a house of refuge in uiis city, say under Ahe management of the Salvation Army, and I am will- ing- _to back up such an undertaking as much' as' in (2) Prosper." nor any .other my Knowledge, promised to provide a borne for unfortunate women in this city..- .-What 'we- did promise was fully set-forth in-a resolution prepared by a group of responsible citizens of .Lethbridge, including ourselves, and ,read before the City Council by Dn. 'Jalbraith at a. certain well-remember- ed session of the council last spring. That resolution -will be printed during {the present week and copies will be sent to the Mayor, the Chief of Po- lice, the clergymen of the city, the captain of the Salvation Army and any others who desire a. copy. (oj That Mr. Thompson is evident- ly possessed of the very information wnich we need in order to fulfil our promise or accomplish anything else of real help to the women in ques- tion. I therefore invite 'him to meet me in my home, Wesley Parsonage, to-morrow. Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock that he and I may confer up- on this matter in the light of inform- ation which he 'possesses. Should it convenient for Mr. Thomp- son -to. meet me as above mentioned I beg of him to fix time and place to suit his own convenience, within the next ten days, and I shall do my very best to be on hand. Owing eo the Rev Prosser's personal affliction and the affliction in his he is ne- cessarily excused from attending to tnis matter. Thanking you heartily for space in your columns, I am, Yours sincerely, T. P. PERRY." per -cent, over the population of 1900. The first figures turned in for ma were Padded In other words, the actual popula- tion was padded to the extent of -96, which would cave meant a fur- ther addition 'of 40 per cent. These additions were made in 34 out of the 73 enumeration districts in Tacoma, In some of these districts the number reported proved to be sev eral times greater than the actual pop uiation. In ten districts enumerated the fig- ures of the census snowed names, whereas- the correct number as found to 'be The statement, issued' by Director Durand consists in the main of a let- ter 'from himself addressed to Secre- tary 'Nagel, of the department of com- merce and labor, dated' October S, in the whole 'case is presented, and of a brief letter from President Taft to Mr. 'Nagel of date of October llv E. Stevens, Namaka's chief of po- lice, :fromj( three pounds of potatoes obtained, from the Lethi bridge experimental. farm, he has ihis season 170 Ibs. These potatoes weigh- tnan a politician. Tiien there are the portfolios of .Messrs. Cartwright and Patterson. The Ontario club has practically de- cided that they must go, but the old guard holds that their influence is steadying on the Cabinet. It is very likely .that on the eve of the next el- ection Mr. Patterson will get a Sen- atorship. Sir. Richard has one already This will keep them out of the cold, at the same time opening the way for Messrs. Pardee and Guthrie.- A factor to be considered; however, is that the West will have another minister next tini-e, and it is said to be more than likely that Ontario will lose of its five seats at the Council .board. But. all rumors to the contrary notwithetanding, there is not the slightest evidence that the" agitation in progres will bear fruit immediate- ly or even in the near'future. Port Arthur's municipal telephone system has 1700 subscribers. A two-storey brick school will be at .Bassano. Henry George, son of the.single-tax- er, nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the 17th District tonight to make the racs against Representa- ed from two and a quarter to two anc! ,tive Wm.: S. Bennet. He was alsc a half po.unds and .there were no small nominated by the Independence ones among j league, 1 HE Fit-Reform Creed is- pay less and dress better. For years, Fit-Reform has preached the doctrine of better style, better fabric, better tailoring, better value. And Fit-Reform has lived up to its reputation by giving honest value for the money. All you need to know about a Suit is, that it is a Fit-Reform Suit. The name Fit-Reform tells the whole story of better value for the money. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Affcnts for Letbbatlje. DUTY ON GOWNS IS Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt Pays Re- cord Worth Admitted Free New York, Oct. thous- and dollars in duty, mostly, on Paris- ian .gowns, was paid, 'by 'Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt when she returned from Europe today; This is the sea- son's, record, if not, 'for all time, of duty paid on individual baggage. Customs inspectors, were five hours In examining Mrs. Vaaderbilt's .forty- five trunks. They occupied space en- ough for a" big store and were looked after by a special agent and six serv- ants. Besides her gowns Mrs. Vanderbilt Drought' ;back with' her in jewels, heretofore purchased and net dutiable. .Mrs. John Cart-wright, of Dover, was badiy burned, by boiling .lard, which fell on her clothing and then took fire. POSTAL ;NOTICE Postmaster E.'N. Higmbothain Vhaa received notice from 'the' tbat owing to 'the difficulty of 'carry- ing mails during the winter' months, to Hazelton and Skeena river joints in. northern British' Columbia'-only first and second class mail' 'matter, consisting of letters, post cards" and newspapers, can be accepted for trans mission during the winter. .Third" and fourth class matter cannot >be ac- cepted until opening of navigation next season. The post officesi'" to "which this regulation applies are Aid- ermere, Breckenridge. mis 'Lake, Cedarville, .Copper "Lake, Gitwangak, Glentan- na, Hazelton, Silverthorne, South-Bui-', kley and Telkwa. non-post office points1 Antimaul.-Bateman's Landing, Bullce- ley. Valley. Hole-in-the-Wall Kilse- S'aela, Kispiox, -Lakelse, Little Canyon Lome Creek, Manson': Creek, Meesu- kinesht, Stewart's Landing; Tele--; graph Point. BOY MUST EARN A YEAR TO INHERIT ESTATE Kenosna. Oct. Peterson U'inther, aged 24 years, a tooimafcer, employed in one of the Konosha factories, will be a rich man at the end of three years if he has it in him to make good. According to '.he will of his uncle, tJic late Martiniis Peterson, a wealthy oachelor of Omaha, which was filed For nrobato at Omaha on Monday, the Kenosha man is named us an heir to 'but Che legacy has a strin? tied to it. and Winrher must, show the executors of Lhe esuuc that ho is worthy of :be money. If at the cud of three years Winther cannot show by his own personal la- bors he lias an income of at least 000 the willed to him is to be divided among the other "heirs. The boy is now making a week and he is planning to work nights as an artist, with a view of bringing up his to the point demanded by the wiU. Lots are now Sel- ling at No new point in Southern Alberta offers better Investment for small sums than Kipp Townsite Finest Farming Country Coal Development Surrounding the Town Railway Centre-Railways run four ways from and another line is surveyed east APPLY TO Skei K1PP LETHBRIDGE now OR ;