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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iwil. JJAIIA A Dalieloim HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imported A hsolutely, I FOY TO CONTEST ELECTION Toron lo, Jl'oroirlo Conservatives liavo been informed lion. .1. .1. Foy will not leave politics for tlio bench. The Consor- vallves maintained today that Mr. Koy would yo to tlio beneli after -lhe elec- tions. K. .J.'Owena, K.C., past lii'iisldeiil of the Central Conservative JlKKtJciHtion, practically lias" the nom- inations in South Toronto in hls.keep- 111K. IDITID "INP" Phoji, 1M4. Phont CANADIAN PACIFIC TltAiN'JKSGIVlNG IMV Ocl, 30, JIU'J. FAJJH ON E-TIIl'RD For (lie lifMjiiii Trip -Oct. h Oct..30th Returning 1 Nov. 1st. For furihcr pnrtcularo apply to near- Ml C. P. R. Aqcr.t. R. G.'McMEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Albertai UNSELFISHNESS We nfvc.i1' know ilibu vert satl, for thy nidiiint Tape always wore' a-'-smile ot CMlits and xainily grace no UT found no shade Unit told of pain'or fear. Thy noble heart kept to itself the hit Lor st'tTP.l (car. And we well know, that 'lliou ilid'st hide from us 'thy. grief and sor- row, v Tim I- tliou did'sli hiLsh tliy sighs lest Iliey might clonil our bright to- I morrow. SluirtleefT, iMr.s. Cluary', '1-20 Seventh St., 8., will receive loin biro w afternoon. i 'Mrs. Kwert, Mil-.Sixth Avn., S., will he ut home tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. A. A., Lytlo will not receive tomorrow 'afternoon'. K. of P. (mil, Tuesday, -Xovcinbci Hill, to. formally their dnugli- tt-r, Allss Gladys-iOowuer. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop and All', am MLS. Tatior will spend the week-end in Calgary. MrK. A. W. Holt's sister, Miss Alary Usher, lefl this morning for Calgary- where slut has accepted a' position. Tho Flower Mission will pay their weekly visit to Hie Uult Hospital to- lorrow afternoon at 3.'15. Miss Uc'-lclier, oi" Kdmonton, who las hcen a guest with Mrs. W. U lanlie, will visit- with Miss' it Dnnhy House, for tiie rest of lier stay in the city. W. I'. .1. Alexander will, not tomorrow- afternoon. Miss Dora Holers returned home from a; month's visit in A special meeting, "The Christian' will he held at the Salva- tion Army barracks this evening at" 8 o'clock. Tomorrow evening 'fhe to, ami Maids of ,vill of; '.'CKIfirr in imciimf lim IIIMI> iln_ _ Winnipeg. .Mr.. Murray, o.' the Molsqns Uank, .1. Xelspn lias gone io JJranUoird to meet Nulsou', wlio has hceii oast during the summer! months. They are expected home his week. WANT TO TAKE CENSUS Macleod, Oct. Al- berta. Union of .Municipalities 111 lii convention bore. .Mayor Mitchell ot seconded by Mayor Aruratrong, of Ed- voted lo roiiuest tho Alberta' provincial government to immediately lalra stops to another census, if agree- able for municipalities. The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Kirsl Baptist church met with Mrs. i-l. White yesterday afternoon, vhen tile following olliccrs were elcct- d for the. ensuing year: President, Irs. Innam vice-president, Mis. O'ooper 'secretary, Miss Mathewsonr reasurer, Mrs. ,1. fl. White. Mathewson assisted the hns1. ess ia serving dainty refreshments, 'j I Th'p marriage of Miss Ethel Maudv lieliiusoii, eldest daughter of Mr. and Irs M. G. Ilickicson, to Mr. (Jlias. ciiir Edwards, director of tbe wire-' telegraphy, Naval Service DC- ari-ment, und eldest son of Mr. and Peter lidwards, Cheater, Eng- will tale place at the residence the i bride's parents, 20L Maclaren reot, Ottawa, on the 30th of Octo- left yesterday to assume his new du- i ties. I -Mr. and Mrs. Downer bave issue.'l invitations for dance in the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL SALE 11-4 whilt mil oiq Flanncictlo F'l'iula U it" M )0 roi pel pin JO-4 wink md ojt-j Elanntlctlc ieo SI 2i, loi, pc i pin 5ru.0f) BKnikols log loi I1 'I' fiifjOft WhiLr (ioldon Flctcc Bjiinkcts, 7> loi pei pan Infe -wool Cuslal Blankets, ipgiilu io loi, pan For two only. Not more than two pairs to one customer e Furniture Co. PKonc 1023 404 13th Street N. hold a dance in the K. of P. Hall. Mrs. James A. MacDonald, of Cal- gary, who has heeii a guest with atrs. Thomas Taylor, Rcdpath St., ed home yesterday afternoon. Miss PattoKon ..will, he a bridge hostess this evening, when the game, will he played .at three tables.' The affair will be in honor of Miss cr, of Kdmonton, anil Miss Harstone, f arc requested ;iiot to forget the concert, under the auspices of the s of St Cjprian s church, to ho held in the Dominion ck tins earning I he oiogram is j) t, in niS column list ctemnr; is a very good one ami you will no- doubt enjoy it. Scores of daintily gowned matrons uul ii uds calli d T Oinln House jcs tcrday when. Mrs. F. H, Mewburn and Miss Mewburn were at home formally, for the first time this season. Potted plants and .feathery white: 'mums' enhanced the beauty of the Iriiwing rooms. ABDUCTOR GOES TO PENITENTIARY Mrs. George Angus arrived home this morning on the Spokane Flyer, iccompaniurl her. mother, Mrs. E. Slingcsland, who has bocn ill since February. Tt; is hoped that the fchangr. of cliiniife -inav prove bcncfi- Jcial to Mrs. SHngcsliind's health. Air Cleaning System Demonstrated To-morrow and Saturday Dear Sir or Madam- take pleasure to announce that we have secured the agenqt for stationary air- cleaning system. We cordially invite you to our store on Friday and Saturday next, October 27th and 28th, when we will be pleased to give you a Demonstration. We believe the Tuec" ,system is First: Because it reaches the limit of cleaning possibilities, both in scope ond thoroughness. Second: does away with all inconvenience in handling Third: Because it is absolutely sanitary; removes all the dust and germ-laden air Because the cost is within the reach of every home, and because il can be installed in any home now built or under construction To know the why arid wherefore of this us explain what the system is and how it would work in your own house Your obedient servants, HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Pren- dergast today sentenced Cico. Brown, who pleaded guilty of attempted ab- and attempted rape on Miss Qladys I'ricc, the Riverilale school teacher, and attempted murder of Wil- liam Adams, the Snowflakc Hotel- keeper, to the following terms in Stoney Mountain penitentiary to run concurrently, attempted abduction, eight years, attempted rape, seven years, attempted murder two years. MERCHANTS BANK DIVIDEND Montreal, Oct. 2S.-The iferehanU. Bank has declared a dividend of 2' )er eent. payable on bee. 1st to hold" as at November 15, o WE SHOULD SAV Haute, Incl., Oct. am glad for Ihe have my name Miss Katherine 23 today as she was papers which to clinngc the She will be lo Louis Caten, a RUMOR THAT CZAR'S LIFE WAS TAKEN London, Ocl. rumors this inorn- 'ing in Vienna andvOyrlin that .Emperor Nicholas of 'Russia has been nsstissinatedi Careful inquiries made here and in the above named cities, as well as In llusala, bave fulled to Blicit any ccnfinnallon of the report. The Kmpuror lias hcen travel- ling recently lit aonthcrn Rns- 9 sia. and iio is now said lo bu stoiipiriK at the Palace at'Valia In the Crlnvwi. A iiaiiiry sale ot all kinds of good (lungs will he held in the liasomeiit of Kuox or. Saturday after-' oon; commencing at three o'clock. The candy booth will lie a feature, and candy will lje in carloads by a locomotive. This v Ml prove an attraction for the children, who did naf, see it, when it was' used at an evening-social at Knox church, some little time ago. Mrs.. S: '-ICiowc received yesler- day aELernp'on for the first time .since coming I Quantities, o'f-long pctalcd yclloiv I crysant-heniurns and pretty ferns made the drawing anil dining rooms n very attractive. j Mis wis wearing i lovotv gown oj biscuit satin, prettilv b'raiff-! cd. Mrs. li'hb poured tea, gowned in navy blue silk, with chc- I iniscttc- and undcrslccves of net, black'velvet pluhied toque. 1 ibor uut tin in s anil .vote grey voile and chic white and black' v ill, ulilte fe-uhen 'mount.' j 1 hi. dining room issistmls were' tile Hisses IJutton Ilanna, Bawrlen and Harnssin Hudson's Bay Co. All departments are straining every nerve to put on sale bargains the like of which we have never offered before Ladies' Ready-to Wear De- partment well to the fore with One -Piece Dresses at What a rush there will be for these one-piece dresses beautiful Panama Cloths, fine Serges, and a few fine striped Worsteds drcbsos. nhoiit li HI iiijmlxu, rep- resent, nearly very and sue jusi a clour- ingup lo make wavJVn a good mid up-to-dnle. Tlioy were in I lie regular v ay up to -fcl 7 50, and ion] good alue too. i FOJ V and SA'JTIiDJiY llicy will lie snapped up at S6.75 Again the Ladies' Dept. scores with Coats at This is ano.tlier strikina instance of I he purchasing power of the Hudson's Bay Co, 111 the ordinary way coats would be con- sidered remarkable Yaiue at M5.00 lo have bought larjwlv nfj these, however, aiiii Jh order to convince our customers of the enormous advantages to be derived from trading with us, we place them on sale for Friday and Saturday, at The newest and best cloths aie all hero: Fancy-Mixed Tweeds willi plaid reverse and Thick Heavy Meltons in black and mm soine cardinal or giueji collars and cuffs. Others in plain military ,sn lo wiili collars. All will be included at one pi ice foi Fi i- day and Satni'day's selling. i Our Week-End Grocery Pricings .The.suecial bargains offered !n this denaitment call for special attention Compare inmlity js too weir known lo need comment cakes in oial packet, regular 25c. Soe: .....................15c ALL KINDS OF 1 Ib jalv; ulai Special .20c TETLEY'S Brand, packed in 5 Ib tins Keg 5200 Fn Sat Rubber goods will find a ready sale at 20 per cent, reduction Now is the time to stock up. in rubbers, foi the wintry weather. Exceptional purchases in this department enables us to give you an ad- vantage nf 20 per cent, over the regular prices for TWO DAYS ONLY. Both ladies' and men's are included. in this magnificent offer, 1, 2 and buckle arctics, anow excluders, overshoes', pull-overs, etc. Lumbermen's Shoes I Heavy pun, .one-buckle, with heavy, rolled edge. Very special off or, a l. '-a SU5 Girls' Red Fell A very comfortnhle slipper, fur lined; wore In Hie regular way and He- duced for Fridav ami Snturduy to 75c 85c See what values the Linen Dept. are offering for sale Friday and Saturday Rut Irlnh donMa damask, blnuhmi TJ ble I nipn imp pven finish ,md beautiful design- full 72 inches and naa in the leeuUr din land varrl. Fridaj and Saturday will find Jus selling bnskly at ,uer yaid Table Napklnt of tho same high oracle, weave and finish, 20 in. x 20 in., hemmed ready. ..They were res' per rndjv and Satuidaj onlj [Afternoon Tea Cloths 7Sc Tho greatest suai) of all is a little assortment (only 15) fine Irish' Linen, hand-embroidered 5 o'clock Tea Clothi, beautiful 'ciamulea of Irish peasantry work. They were in the usual way nn to 81.35. but have become, slightly dow display. Make an. early selection of at. 5c A great snap in Ladies' Canvas Shoes Ladies' Grey Canvas Oxford Tie Shoes that were in the regular way 13.00 a pair quantity only of the early caller reaps the benefit__ ill, per pair A limited 50c Boys' Sweater Coats What, a grand opportunity lo KeciirR comfoif iibic Sweaters nnd Sweater Iho boys iu bargain heavy, knitted swoatora high collars, hi color of navy, ca'rdlnnl, Rroy, sroen and Coala with open necks; sweaters to button on shoiildor. AH will be put ;if. ono'prlco for P'riday and 'Sadirday 75c Crockery Bargains Our Table of ]0c, 25c and 50c will well repay visit, many pieces o( hand-pnlntcfl and lilgb grade china. Pretty afternoon tea cups and saucers, and oilier bric-a-brac, be picked up at loss than half their rcnl value. FULL 97-PIECE DINNER I All Sale Goods Strictly Cash-No Approvals ;