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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta IVulay. October 2-1, THE LETHBIUIKJE DAILY HERALD "Play Ball" McGRAW and MATHEW50N, "BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE" at the Slisrmio next Mon, and Tues. SALESMEN THREE SALESMEN FOR REAL LIVE PROPOSITION. CALL THIS EVENING. Mitford Co. BY TO a PROPOSED LITTLE BOW MUNICIPALITY WAS ENDORSED The election tcoi place on Wedncs- day oti tte proposal to establish a rural 'municipality under th'o new Alueita act, the" municipality to em- brace nine townships stretchios from the l.illle How river notlh to near Lelhbriilsc. The vote was not as as it might have owing to the farmers being so busy hauling rain, hut it was considerably larger than is required by1 the act." Tire tote by pulls was Noble 3 Albion 0 Hhitei, (ntar Carraaa- gay) 21 Orange Hall, (Rocky Coulee) 2 Hughes (Elinor) A Barons 16 Black Spring lUdge 14 For Agaiust 1 15 C 1 I 1 27 Edmonlon, Oct. railway oi the legislature toSay liiJ under the applica- ToU! 03 There will Le sii mtmhors of the council and a plebiscite was taken in connection with the- poll Wednesday, on whether to elect six uien at large or by subdivisions 'similar to waicls In a city. The. vote strongly favored the ward system. The re'sult will be! to the minister uf musicipalitits steps taken til have the munici- Page 11 MILADI fOITED -INO- fHONEI ORct Rtl. 1111 PRAYER A good niau's prayi-rs Will from toe deepest dungeon climb Heaven's height And trlug a MesBfng down- BalHie. Prayer U the Cirrlsllan's vital, Tlie CbrlatlJn's native air; His '.vatchword al tbc sates of death, He outers Heaven wllh prayer. Montgomery. I Prayer ardent Heaven, lets down a stream Of glory on tbe consecrated hour Of man. In audience with the DMy: worships Uie great God, that In- Jains Tbe firsl In Heaven, and EB'.B his foot oa hell. of the Calgary Petrol Iiitcrur-i pality otTiciallf erected acd tbe elec- Laii railway lor a charter to con-! "on ol the new council will lake. struct a line iron, the City of Cal- place> Deceraher. fcnry to tho site of the Dingraan' oil well at Okotots, and running south Irom thence to Pincl.er Creek. The II. Koberls ex-mefnber pi 'the legislature High: River. The bill re-1 ported to the house uitii amcDd- luuts. ..s CAUGHT IN CHICAGO vCoIeary, Oci. ,.Calgary police have Jiist received word of the. arrest In Chicago yesterday, of B. C. Foot, police court'Clerk ihtssing for the past four days, steal Ins t- >l on a charge of Miss BesBla Patteson Is entertain- leg a few friends tomorrow evening. and Mrs. Arnold Kiworth are rejoicing over the arrival ot a son ou Wednesday morning. The Daughter and Maids of Eng- have Issued tnbltationH to a dance, to be held in tbe Sons'of Eng- land hall on Wednesday etenlns, Oct- ober 29, ut nine o'clock. Constable and Mrs.. J. V. Dilcheipr and wee daughter, Margaret, of Mao- leod, are Mr. and Mrs. J. Unsworth. Second avenue North, for f. few days.1 Mrs.. II. Pracht. vas hostess of. a chain tea yesterday ID tt-lth Ladies' Altar society of St: Patrick's church. Thirty-Eli guesU were present, the hostpte belcg as- sisted by Mrs. W. V. Miss McCarten and the Koy. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Iteutw. accom- panied by Mr. ROSE, motored to Wray- and, D.C., to spend wc-tfc-eud with Mr. ajid'Mrs. J. B. Ross. s fl Rev. J. B. and Mrs. Francis, and llllle daughter, returned this after- noon from a holiday spent in Red Deer and Calgary. t Mrs. McCar, of Saskatchewan. Is spending a few days with her ststcT, Mrs. J. H. Cheney. Mrs. Cheney's tither, Mr. Cocfcrane, of Moose Javr. was homo-. her bis relumed: MuEic lorers will no doubt he pre- sent in numbers at the Ma- jestic Theatre this evening, to heir the Schubert Symphony Co., are appearing under the auspices of the Citizen') Baiid. t A boci socjal. will be held in Ilia Caledonian Ibis evening under thBlauipices'bf'-iSe Christian church, [9 "increase the number of books In Ihf 'library. Hodgson and CoininlMlorier Tracy will give ad- and a good programme will he rendered. i" t Mrs. E. B! HIH's' heautiful home on Eleventh thronjcd during AiiotKer Big Bargain Day at Busy HERB IS A BARGAIN will keep Uie Busy Stove cfmvded-allr day Sniytig iinluy, proving to yon once, iigniii thnt "It pays to pay tiieVprices'.aretf-' very low we expect lo be sold out of sortie of Ihe lines advertised early in Got your share of these wonderful arlicle and price Used. 63c to 16C rards French dyed Cord Velvet, colors, navy, cinnamon, brown. Regular. IBs arid 90c a- 27 Inches wide. A.Splendid Corset Saturday only at Ono of our beat- selling! La'-yogue, made by tho Frfehoh- people, Good. long: hip model, -with medium low bust, all efzea from 18 to 26. Regular..11.25 quality. Cashmere Hosef -.Men's EpglliQ Cashmere -seamieas, spaced, heala and toes, black only. Our regular" 35c quality, reduced tor one day onlyl Men's Pure Wool Underwear Reduced A special purchase of Men's Underwear. They are pure wool and1 parted Oiling and guaraoV toed not to Bhrlnk. Medium heavy values 51.00 and 51.25 a garmenL 9c White F'letle 01- To go on Sale -OsC ,V limited quantity of 27 In. white flannelette will he of fered at loaa than cost, only Wii" yards" to'a' customer. Linen Toweling Worth A line of Irish Llnon Tow- be cleareil at factory coat for ons day only. Wdol Blankets Clearing at. While of grey Wool Blank- ets at a fraction- of their for- mer price. Only a limited quantity. Be for these. 25c Girls' Ribbed Wool Vests Oirla' Vesls made ol fine natural wool, with largo rib, IrJtton down front. Sizes up lo 2 .25c Eiderdowns on Sale at For ouo day yon can have your choice of any of these soft fleecy Eiderdowns at 2Gc n yard. rlaln and fancy colors. x 25c 10 Hair Nets Tomorrow for- Moro of those splendid wearing Royal Hair Nets, all colors, to go on ._sale' at this very 'low price. ''GMs' and Boys' OC More of those saroplo Cuh- Hose, on sale tomorrow at about half price. All sites. Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose ladles' full fashioned. Caehmere Hose, without seams) heels and toes double Suturday, 2 pairs for 45 cents. 45c -45c Boys' Fleeced Underwear Boys' Fleeced Shirts or made by Penman's. You can get cheaper lines, but wo this grade SOe to 65c. Ladies' Union Sutii for Ono special bargain Irom our Ladles' Underwear De- partment. Pure.white wjlh >oft fleeced hack, Walton's nuke. All sizes up to' 40. One Day Sale of Men's Sweater j Coats VIEN'S GREY WOOL MIX TURE SWEATERS, GREY .ONLY, WITH COLLAR OF RED OR BLUE. SIZES -TO FIT BOYS ANO MEDIUM SIZED MEN. REGULAR C 1 l.pU Men't Extra Quality yarn Sweaton, wilh. conVertible' col- half a different col- ors. Simples worth uj> to tJ.SO Siturdiiy ttf only Anothsr lot ef.'Mm'i'simpic Sweater, 'with or "without con- vertlble worth up to. will go on sili at tbrs of-Rlcritnond roses perfumed .tho room, where the hostess welcomed her guests. .Mrs. J. Hlli'inTHsd 'he dining room, ijliere .Mrs. C.iP.j.Bmith pressed at board, 'where BunBei' ohrysanthiernuijLS. were, in evl- -The wire tertea hy and Harjuerito, the hoioe, ad- i- A of unusual In- terest lo pebpio''ol Soutiem Altierla was Eolemnlzeij'-.last Salt Lake aids Mae BI complisbed daugi'teT.bj Prefideit and Mra. H. S. tie bride, of McKay ton of Apostle oi groom, .at mony. i ifri the evehias 'prer 150 was en by UiB-briileVjBiVwyB, Merrill The lrnp.fi. chrrsanthe- rnums leraV-lTdiow .being tie, color schVrr.e Tn'tlie library, while la the hall red 'roses .predominated. Pink baby rosea were iarrjsllcallyfarranged in the .dining room, where" ,a .largo mouDil of roses and ferns formed tbe the table. In the parlor, where the.briilal parly recelv- FOR Patent Pumps, hl-jcher jtilendld for afternoon wear, tegular J5.10 for................. Special Sale of Men's and Ladies' Shoes i with tie. r.r.d com Latest Models in Ladies' Snappy Specials from the Dry Goods Meuls Blucher Cut Shoes, latest models. K'zes C to 10. Biceptional values. Reg- ftff ular {6.00, for tan calf shoes, blucher style, smart high share. Saturday jier pair Cut In Men's Tan Calf Sliders, cut "wide forteble. Saturday pair........................ Ladies' Romeo Slippers neat oar-seal'trimming, regular Fall Suits Stylish Hulls in newest fabrics, all this sea- eon's styles. Cutaway coalf, good Mto the century mums and roses were used. Leading so vaUftnU h fc t rTom.the parlor tbo.Axel_ orchestra was sUUoned beiiind a bower of flow- ers and palms. The bride wore, a handsome tie, must troducing similar legislation In the heart of the Empire, It was bitterly opposed by the landed proprietors, hut If You Need a Coat Now is Your Chance tADIES' COATS Made from Twecrtes, Curl Clothe, Blanket Clolhs, in about ten different styles.. Sizes 34 to 38 only. Values up jp IJ7.00. Will cleared tomorrow Of our better coats that were marked to will be In- cluded In this great gale offer. Remember, for Saturday all o'no Specialists in Corsets, Hosiery only, orrjamcnt'.was a beautiful cameo and.diamond brooch, the of groom. Slio. allended by hPF charming Viola -Allen, who. was gowned'In pile bluo crepe de meteor, with 1.pyerdress'. of lace, ivith. pearl, trimmjngs, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Tho groom was suprorted'by .Mr. T. U, Mrdue, of Ojdert. .Mr. ar.d. Mrs.. McKay left for a short honeymoon, and on the_rr. return they .will UXo up their. in their, prelly new bungalow at Twenly- fourth Btrcct and Bpulcyard Ogden. Here Ihoy wlllob'at homo to Iheir Cinadlan.and JJUh frtfnds'af- November 1.. Both the bride und (room ejc- tremely the-former having been ono oi Raymond's most brilliant young ladles, Is an in- niiential tlfutt In. and educational Cor respondent CLUII ANR There will, no doubt, be a laras'.tlo f clement, ol the Alberta population who will try to balk the Premier in his present but the great majority will acree that some" tangible recogni- tion js'duo to the communlly that hy general Imrrovernehts enhances value private ptoperty. man who, haying-secured a cor- ner lot or a valuable (fact pf land) simply waitg until a Tvorltlng popula- tion by telling industry fans- given to hjs purchase a. firoatly increaseJ. value, ahould' welcome the- opiicrrtunity making a-small return to his bene- factors. The proposed legislation la in line vrUh the modern tendency, and Alberta is to proudly lead the Dotnin-; Ion so far as this reform is concerned. U requires some courage lo initiate THE NEWEST IDEAS IN FOX Tho Udlefl ol Ladles' Aid society are kindly to" as many as can possibly do 10, to Uie church, at three" o'clock tomorrow, af- ternoon, to decorate for coming Sunday school conveattou. the Woman'e AnJlllnTy of St Cyp- rian's Church held V weli-attondod meeting yesterday afternoon, which Included Bewlns and .transaction. jot business. ThrM new members I were enrolled. A committee [polnlcJ to the churcti mem' I hers lor donations oJ money, rather than articles lor biuwr in form' et years. This year a pantry" will be held In the SUnitrd Furniture on November 14, '-and a fow fancy articles will' be but no ruEiilir held, leglElallon of so radical a nature, but the government will be Justified in. applying the princlpte !n a firm but. reasonable way. Illustration on the Sett hand side is an Evening wrap oramriepcolorct, satin with a poarj polerlne and black fox. In'the centre ar'e'rl handsome red fox stole' with inufl with' collar of errnlne tVirriTh'cd with the muff decorated In the fame way. This, method of trimming fox with ermine. Is qolie t'rieW Idea. 'The right hand 'illustration shows an evenfns wrap of gcranlum-pink Into whkh'ls Introduced the last word ID draii- If Every Penny Counts With You. Force" should be your choice of cereals. For- 15c you get a tightly.'. packed box Of these rich, crisp flakes... 'of steam-cooked with malt. There's more real value and body-btilding (pod in one package of "Force" than in three of the "fluity" cereals made from cheaper grains. Arid it's tasle is really delicious. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES By A mo The H.O Company, Humiltoti ;