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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Jv.'l unlay, October 25. THE LETIIBRinGE DAILY HERALD Page 13 AN EXTRA- ORDINARY THREE F1EEU PAGEANT PLAV THE COSTUMES AND SETTINGS ARE MAGNIFI- CENT MONDAY TUESDAY BIJOU AND THE AN OFFERING THAT WILL PARTICU- LARLY APPEAL. TO LADIES AND CHILDREN TRULY FEATURE DE'LUXE F-iei-y E-IOQHPHCO SMITH, K. C., IN ACTION. EOtTED BY "JNO- tm Ret. I praise the Krem-brnan, his remark- was shrcvsd How siuict. Low passing pweet is solitude Hut graitt me still a Irifmi in re- tieat, I may solitude _ is swtet. "Sweet have 1 the blossoms o( illuming linti'd lo tl.eir hearts oi dew But nou1 lloiycrs bare tauid a (uller, Uwrause of you." Tlie conceit put at Coaldale bsi evming by churcl, choir svas a disliccl success. Tl.f program- was out as ni.n'iurjCcU in this col- umn soffio days arid wus veil received by a packeJ hoiiir. The lead- ings by Mrs. II. I'auson were ex- cejj lion ally- good. Trie choir was royally treated by j the "ladies ol LV.Idale. who treated tlifjii to a 10us supprr ai th? cU'ic oi the i- Itev, tV. S. Mann, who Igun-d so cobly lu t.wo charitable acts ol tiflp- futocss .recently, concealing Yis iden- vviil preach in Weslcr church v jlxitii mufnifls aaci evening tomorrow. ik." Arthur Mcivturn. ol MrvHaim has he'd large pastorates 'is spending a few days in the city .re- jin .the bast" ami volunteered fcr r.ewiug acquaintances, work'a >ear afio He has teen -1 [n .M.etbbndge 'som; tisije owing to The: Misses Dixon and Mr. Dixou, the itlcess of'Mrs. Hann in tfae-hos- of Calgary, formerly- nf ihis'cily.'are jpH'aK Mrs.'H ana is now cccvalescing week-end visilo.s Mr. and Mrsy nicely. Hall. I Kev. 0. H.'C'obhledirfi will conduct jih'e rirst annlFersarj" services ID the 5t1i, 6tSi and 7ih are "the j new' Medicine-Hat church tomorrow. dates set for the prcscntaliun .61 San j Toy at life ami the event iviM be eageily wailrU, former eP.orfs of the l.cUibridfte Aina- j -fh'c Art'Xeedle-vork club will meet ic-ur Dramatic club are lemcuilereJ. 'jjoVday afternoon with Mrs. J. St., S. Mr. A. Hall, locomotive foreman of j the C.KK-. ana Mrs. Mall celebrated The.' (j, F.'club will meet on Mon- tl.c tvtnly-fifth anniversary of ifcjrjday afternoon ivilh Mrs. Flecl- SOCIETIES redding last evealng. I-'ive tables ot 'nhist were ia wood, 522 Seventb ,St S. i ing won It. A. WtlpM and ThV Voung Ladies' class1 of U'eslev Di. Lafftrty. A dainty lunch was cordially invite iiH young lad- scivcd at the conclusion oMhe card ]K.fa meet.-with them Sunday ilter- Thi! Misses Uixon and" Air. niion, of Calgary, were among the gueils. In the alteiQoou- yesterday u pleas- "ing-" eVent .when 'Mr. and Hall llie'-C.- P.H. shop employees with ,a 'hand- some-set of silver kuives a siher cream and-sugar and a sil- ver; cake- basket._.. Needless ,to sav gifts ;were suitable acknowledged by the recipients.' a young. Unionist M.P., who Is b'tlng" talked of strongly., just a successor, for Leader Bcnar. Law, of the.'Brlllsli Unionists.'' .Hit ncni4i is-F.. E. Smith, 'and they call .him'.FIery EJoquence .Smith. Strangely er.otigh hi great-friend of VVIr.jton on the Hojns Rule question thtymiust for, [n the Ulster crisis, .Smith, represent! English Unicnism In hts'vvhole: hearted support of "Kfng Carson." ThB'pictur'e" shows hirri addressing Proia thu'Taller. -.Mr. and Robert Hcllis, of art .week-end guests'with M r. and 'll rs': S. Mi U-hcl "_ Mr. Cirace Ciordon, returned to aiter-1 'Wesley Grace, beauty quality -arsf- all- rli-er tiriiclca. marked ituwuiiJ.uuUi. bfdcd, known hs MONTREAL -STOCK MARKET Oct. lit local luariiet'govc i of any.jBtrlklns changes in. p.Io'iv'Iroa arrived yesterday, muming- Montreal. t- Mr. W. R. Virtue has returned. From a-visit in Calgary, .and Virtue haE relurnetl from a; short stay at Efde.' Wall ace lias KtufnEd fro'm'a tWo weeks1.-visit home Men'siswiety a r.his't in. Sl..vMary's parish beautiful be awarded. ;eague th c The tc large, R. C.-Mcjlurc will give an the Kro'lrV.of the Nursing ol the" Wo- men's of Wesley cLufcli at four o'cUfCt" on .Thursilay t aiteEtLOpa. PERJURV CHARGE ARISING CASE TRIED SOME .TIME AGO I'erjury Is one of the crimes that does liol'olteh-find its way; Into Al- bcria Kreas in the CouiL today _b fore His Honor in which Peter .BIolMot ilanybcrrleV is facing that cbargcV The capo riseajoub of a civil action'Vtaken-'at. t of the Surjrenie Court." At iliat >f. on ncsoiinl of tbc relative PclterD brousM ol hettflr prospects !poujltl of jagainat A. R. MnrciiesERiilt of iiiuznes.-, nine :v: Oct. and ent d HV showed ft flrel to in wiiBreMie lound" the mErkat afterwards fitoad-lco-t tl6B--lo gcU that "it ;Uain ..bred and.that certificate of rcgUtra- (foir'whuld he delivered to BlaYr.' He cialra's-that Uite'ivaa; never thsj-colt..." was that. that fact "v-MarcheEsauU Ihe.trml came the last Supreme and was entered against liim, on Fltatr's action IE being takcn-Eigalnst Bl.afr for perjuring himself at The case has aroused a great, deal of feeling In the Manybcrrics.-dist- rict where it parlaTies somewlint oT Hie "nature of a iiclgliborfiood fued. Seven liave for fiie The defence iie- gan its .case this afternoon. u am, 'trrles claiming on tbe ground that !lliat forcclcsetl Dealers in oafs bo (J inmost wholly by tho.courso of pth- l; grain._ Thrfe naa.aomo. selling Hop roes-ciders, when tho" marjict I ivhlio to ifl. anticipalcd'. WON BY was won. and' and rto'thing cl.w. i a'm making serious '1 rt{ "cognize my responsibility. Hut .'what I say 1 affirm, and we shall te ablo to prove It to jou when the II there .arc: any Consirva- let me'iSiy' to may, ccrry.onc byt-eieclion, you may carry iwu or by scandal; demoralizaUon and debauch- but you are nicking" way (or tho After Supper Sale TONIGHT TO 10 P.M. You'll Like These Hand Bags and the Prices, too ilanO fu greeu, unU Suede, with the new vrrlst hand It. 'Finished on strong rifiteJ ,'ranie. lined with fancy corded Poplins and Gtted with change puree. Hag and purse of solitl leather. There arg also a few sample Beaded Hags in the lot- Regular UOO lo 14.00. fr i Ladies' Kimonas and Dressing Sacques Kimonas Full length Kimoiias tn FaSsSey patterns, dalriy colorfnzs. gathered ct baci; -with bolt. -4 f-g" to 42. Saturday night___'. 9 I Dressing Sacqttes Ureseiiis; Sacfjues ia grer flora! Cut with lov: oecfc, loose front and light back, galh- i-red with belt. A very special value Cheap Stair Covering Hemp .Stair, tyitfi and gold border in Greek hey design. yard per.yard 32c Fit Your Windows WUh these Shades or'cfeam dqw 36 Inch'es tvlde, complete. Satur- day Eight- Two Shoe Leaders Ladies' Patent Slippers Kndlfcs' Patent Slippers for evening wear, (InlElied with fancy toe and dalnly hcadpd buckle. FYeccli heeb. Sizes SV4 to llesutar J4.50, Ssitiirdsy Night Shoes for the Little Fellows Shoes that are made to stand hard Roys' lioi Calf Shoes, biuclier style, that are made to stanjl.lhe barj svear that 'only a Loy cari then. Smari cut. Sizes 11-13. Hcgular J3.25, Saturday Night Sizes 1-5. Regular 52.50. Saturday S2.05 Week-End Candy Delights A wliolesome and die- Hclous sweetmeat made H-IUi cane sugar, One pourU On, 19c MtTntosh Hcd Ap- ples, plump, sound fralt, per case, Five pounds for 25c Xlixed Chocolates, dainty Selections. Sat- urday- night, per Ib.' 406 to Me Tfes r v Handkerchiefs Jubl 12 dozen IrisTi Lawn Hand- kerchiefs with neat hemstitched borders. size. ;Kitra acrvteeable quality OC Saturday-night, THREE FOR Smart Neckwear for men in light and dark colors; all shades represented In tbis assortment Wide flowing "ends and four-in-hands. Hegular to 7ne.. Saturday night Y 25c The Hudson's Bay Stores Sir REV. PROF: J. W. FALCNER, p, D Of the Presbytsrlan college, Halifax has accepted the ippolntrr.enl .as. the Robertson Memorisl. iec''.Knoic college for the session oM913-14, He succeeds Rev- Prof- ,Bryce of1 Mani- toba. He a the preticlent of the Toronto University.- TO NATIJDKAUZE, .CANALS London; y the movement for tbe nationaHzaUon of-land-and-xaiiways, comes, the. tnanrt for the nationalization ol the canals of the United Kingdom. -Already a Royal commission has re- ported In favor of sisch a step, and this Is now (o be supplemented by tbo rou Tlie prebiicrfi'meet to OtUwa n The western wi ack for the natural resources.; evidence fit the (rial wlien judgment was given against M In April ISll; HlAlr'lioughl a lioti'coll from MarcliGHEatilt WilfiM.Laurler at Joilette. Miss Rava she's Is attending therefor S325.J The colt, was bought on IliO understanding that it.was pure Jack. Case "of flat tire, eh? AIKSU1 lG TO-WEAT CITY AM) DISTRICT j ..North.Lethbridfle Hotel.. !V It is understood Lead- er Goode, taken the contract to. buEld the foundation of Ehe new King's Hotel, being on Thir- teenth stieet North bjr B! B..McCarty. Saw Body, in -John Cairns a man. livliig ou-lhe[ river bottom, made a report local police last night that at k ten o'clock.- yesterday morning seen a body floating down the river. particulars were given, .tiie simple nonI, above being all The niatler ..was re nor ted at pcce tp mounted.-ppjice.-.nnd a party was sent out this morplng to Invealigate'.the malterjibutjUji to- tlio lime of. going to press, .DO develop- ments liad occurred and no trace oC the supposed body had been Bought a C._P. R. Farm Auothcr of the C.'.P. K. farm? .was sold this morning to F. Fuller, a manufacturer of te1ephone_s and aulontobile." accessories at.Merl d'ien, Mr.-Fuller Inspected, the farms .yesterday afternoon and decid- ed to -locate, on number ncrthcsat ..farfii colony, soutli of Chin.'" The.- deal; was con- sumatcd by Ikrt Huff man of the land department of the C. P. It. at Cal- gary. Mr, Fuller Intends lo locate year, and possesses sufficient capltni lo KO farming on large scale. lie. by D. H. Llvermore of Hartford, Conn. Bolh of the visitors bad nothing but praise for .the Sunny South. Shilohm The renxdy and dose.' Small bottle. -Beit that In to be.a successful .poker..player must be. cool, crafty, selfish, deceitful and have a touch of meanness in one's disposition. -.-Mrs. )yVfrrrJ..Eness" that's right, ity Imsband says liiat jour husband near- ly j A BABifBOY Thls'Moth.f It ErrthiiBJ a well Kncwn Mrs, J. W. Pateinan, 34 Harriet St.. Toronto, in wriltng ebont XcJ-yt'a Food says "When "I first my friends, her baby Jack was right months old anddyingbyincbesl- Shp_lisdtried ihree foods because her Jack could not digest At List, I feldied fair a ti a of Keave's Food. At> the Iced of a "monlb.[ Jaclc was rapidfy. gaining flesh bngh.t and happy. .j-Hft is-a lovely boj now end sbe Food saved hii life. And it did. Then Irecbmtncndedittoa fri-nd Victoria Avenue." iihe tad t 6 'month She put the baby on Food at three baby 1 wai twice tlie aizc. 1 have'ucversecn boys than miDE for their agej 'orre illII to" Neave'a Food." I have the utmost faith in Nsave'a Food." Mothers and prospective mothers ooUina.frcc tin of Ncave'g Food and valuable book "Hints 'About. Baby" by Edwin t-'tlcy, 14 Front Strett East, the {Meniivn Mit by all druggists. 5AU QY uC itt'fi Zeppelin airship L7, carried up paiJtngers; "Af a preat frtelghHhe the to the earth. Baron-Von Blul of the Grenadier GuardSj the only man fcft alive, at deiptUhts filed. Mr. Merchant: Is Htisincss Qiiict? Is Money Are yoU: overstocked in-some j Imvc of sticccishil advertising! aiidrnerchnmlisc' selling -iri Canada1- and -the Uniicd Handled "on Commission All Goryesptondence Strictly The Gourlie Sales Agency V. Q. Box 1800 Ulhbrldge, Albtrla ;