Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Scirtemher 1, THE LCTHBRIDGR DAILY Page 9 DY "INO" PHONE1 t224 Ktt- 111) fcansieil's 'month admitted f -TOUAY Uitlh dau Another Ike .ilaj' Think, Nviit- it- Slip! useless aaay 7 will refuru. Hoe hath teea Another Ltuc day Think- will' tliou let it Slip useless C'arlylf. f, t s Mr. .lames iXwald, ot llaker, Ore is :t guest ol his nephew, Mr. UuVtil Donald. M a Y. Mrs. SourqXie, ol Kdmonton, for- inrfly. cl this city, is renewing ac- qi'Xiatances" is spending a short time Sam llclwlg. 'Silts SJunel Ucmaldsou has return- ed Tjoiue after hiving "spent 'ihe jWr visiting friends :in Kingston, BrocScVil'.e and Belleville. She was accompanied by her aunt. ilrs. J. Hen- person', anu vvuslu, Mrs. J. Wright. t t Nuclei- of lulienis iluriag iUe liioiitli duiyug the month Nutnlt-r o! patients in hospital at eiid oE mouth TrausiChts discharged during the mouth SliS. .Mi-Kay anil lainily reOiri-.cJ Irom .a vacation at the coast cities.. -9 Mrs. Jcihn Hoynei' ttlio lias liren visiting her mother Mrs. Cowan, North 'returned to uer Inline' in. Saskatoon; today. 31iss KcLlett. oE about two been p. guest withers. C. R. lell lodav toast. CRIMMETT A quiet wedding' as celeurateti at j Si. Paul's First Lutheran parEonage. by tlic Hev. C. Qrant, ulien Miss Olive May Qriinuicll. ot Was UD- Ited In marriage lo Mr. George Ftank- lin Kubl, of Altoradu, Alia. Mr, and Mre. Kulil will make their future home at Altorado. Mr. Malliew Sydney Smith annomie. es the marriage of his daughter. Klla Bj-rl, lo Mr. William Henry McCaP- siey. of on -7, at the Church of the NV tivlty. Rutton, Ont. Tiie groom' is a parlner of Mr. P. J. Alexander In ihe People's Drux and Mr. and Mrs. will arrive jji the city to reside here In lowest number liuriug niontli Highest rjumU-r Juriug mouth... Daily average, duiuii; niutitb Nuinbci ol -liuspitul days lor private uatieuts Number ol hospital days fur vvatll p-llU-l.U (Pafiliij) Ntimber ol hospital days for ward patients (fne) N'uraber oi hcspii.il days !or IVX.W.M.I', patients Total number ol hospital days 133 11 63 51 323 302 28C ey she had left, was 50 imt's. There; .vis nothing left to do Lut take his; ictfrpretation as coirefi.'so the con-'I stable on duty proiniwil to see on Ihe midnight train ke said, would take'hfr to iiaru-.vell. the M- morning- On airiving at lit' depot to laeet the 1.35 traiu 1 was surprised ti1 see ihe womau stiH: thtre, awl oa enquiring (he reason, i was informed the traiu did nut stop at Bsrnwcll. Xesl ticvn'arose 'as to what cuuld beocuei to Mr. to her destitution, stc-i inp it was Sunday, ai.d r.o trails would after the Jits. IV. I.. her UMbts Ler sister, Mrs'. Marshall, ot .Inn'm, Alaska, and.Mrs. Humphries, 6T-Vancouver. The' Misses 1Mb AND SOCIETIES for Ihe-rncr.th 1588 Tlit Ladles' Aid ol the Fifth Ave- nue Daplisl church will liold a soc- ial this evening at the huir.e al Kev. II. Klmer (Jreen, when 3-good pro- grain will be provided. Knoi Number of operations ur.der gt-n- eral anaesthesia of operations under lo- auaestbesEa Number of patients treated in outdoor department Number at dressings atid treat- ments in outdoor department Number ol hospital ambubnce calls The hospital wishes to afVnl with thanks, the fallowing con- tributions reeeivctl during Ihe niojith: flowers Tl.e I.ethbritlge Flower (juiEd, St. Mary's Suatiay School, Mrs. Dunham, -Mrs. llrant, Mrs Conybearr, Mrs. J. 11. Iteuter, Me. Harry Swingler, Mrs. C. J. EcV slorm, Mrs. C. .M. McKacbein. flowers and l.estfr l-Jiecliic Co. Cyprian's Church Mis. C. M. Mc-l-jchern. 5 Us. Wilson .anii lorrie, Ltd. 10 .lames Shaw. Hospital Lauies' Aid. Tlit) engraved silver cup, which was hv': JlrV "Ucorgc'Whtlch, 'Sixth ilfeVbtsI lawn of II) a.m., .as-has been-the during the summer. Twelve .aolrs were in Play.. -JliES: Dunk-and .Mr. Kmmeison M'on r first pi-ins, while-Mrs. Clant and ilr. Arnold- favors. The consolations went 'to. Mrs- Arm- strong and Mr...V. Mis? Blagbnrn has yci.uracd from a fIs-Veoks'. iiEit.'iltb-reialiyesiin Vj'jn. Mr. and Mrs. Fret] llick'and. family returned Ibis pioruinK from a vaca- tion at tho Water [on lakes. t i Mr. Albert Ilolwlg, who is fo-jring The, Ladies' church held a well attended meeting 'yester- day afternoon and decided .to donate a cheque toUhe Xursing Mission., in vitu'.of the tlpmpnt..w'olt they arc undertaking. The hostesses were S. 1J. Jor.es and -Sirs. J.eanings- iieporf'tor ihe Gait .hospital the month 'oi 1913 Nunilier .oi .paficnls in..Hospital heftinning oi tnonth Tor tno west from his home in Ontario, during month 71 i .Men's HosjiUil .adifs1 Aid. 4 Tahle al LadEcs" Aid. A. Korgie, I.ady "Supt. t Traveller's Aid report cl the Vf. C. had passed- tlirough, HI tl.e t'eket cierk at six o'clock infpiiui'l me that ht bad communicated with con- xctor.on tbc. cast-bound Ar.d :e had piomlsrd to stop at IJarnwell I or her. On boarding the train, ac- companitd by the Traveller's she seemed' excited and looted trou- j aled and 'perplexed. Thii.aiug some- :bing Was ivning. un I found a passenjer on the train uho could speak German. After talking with her for a minute lie tolil tae des- tination was not Harnv.cll.but Uarner and that lier husband at.d sister lived H was the v.orl: ot a-miuuU to collect her grip and coat and aligbt -iroui the- train, uhkh was ready; to start on again. The train for d.id :not until 9.30 on Monday morning, so took her to a explained to the lar.dlady the amount pi money hail, who very kindly consented to late her in and give, liejr her- meals. In suite, oi this ill Monday mornii.g I call- cd and took to .Father Hoscnfbal ,at the Convent, who fur- ther inlcrpVcled (or icr. She told him she had 'had ot mor.ey tthrn leaving the country, but when arriving 'at a certain point, thinking she would lave r.n further ise 'lor }.tr money, she srnt it o her home'. She also stilted whfn it.e got to Warner 'she wo'Jld scnrl lack the money for her hoard, also or her ticket. Falher-H'isrnlhal gave me her name sister's name. Ve then to the depot bought her ticket and saw her on. the Iraiol- About a week later the j iiriney arrived- 'for expenses 6r ticket tnd 'board. Another was that of two girls, who" T. U. Irom Julr 23rtl to Aug. 23rd Nunjber-of trains met "199 Xumher oi passengers assisitd.. i6i Number .ol passengers intormcd 103 Number of girls earc for S Hed :.provided Deaconess1 rooms for...... 2 ISicakfust provided tor 2 Mnr.cy received tor, licit 1.00 The following cases, ivere anivnj those assisted: A wotnan direct from Germany alighted irgnl the westbound train one Saturday afternoon. Your Trav- ejlcr's Aid to find irora her, her destination, hut alas, it proved a hopeless case, seeing .the woman could only speak Gcrniaii, so callet lo my aiil a loreign conductor to terpret tor iier. His intetpretatiun was to the eftcct' that she had been brought past'her destination; which she.- said, was Barnwell, and he had been further down the (fiat all the mon- came from .the cast, or.e-ol them Jeciing a v.ho lives sixty niles' away, to' meet them, but 'they were disappointed: Yoiir T. A. took-: tfclh.ahd'piacad them in spcctabEe "STr-ere they aljle to "get: room and board- a- waittd irom" ths mtddle-.of the week until-Satur- day, anil, fmdine-'the cousin had not arrived, thoy. cash ner.t.into a-situ- ation- On'jBaturday ihe .cousin ar- rived and called to see iM could tell 1 him' where' his'.'cousin had gone. 1] was-able to direct him Sun- day he v.-ent- iri search of ter at Coal- dalCi'aod fo'iind-her there.r.- PIONEER MERCHANT DEAD S' I "i Sept. Xowrey, an "old. qnUJre5pecte.fi pioneer niercJiant of Palmcrston, is dead In 76. 0 On; the; balarice of our stock of. Chil- Surnmor Dresses, Children's Hats, Boys', Summer. Suits, y and. Ladies' Waists. Fall Goods Our first sliipment of Fall Goods, including' Children's Hats and Bonnets, Children's Dresses, Children's Coats and Little Boys' Knitted Suits has just arrived.--. 'Now is the time to get your requirements while the range is complete. Specials in our Grocery Department We have a few lines which we are clearing out at Special Prices, and which will hot be placed in stock again. TUXEDO HAK1NK 16 or., cars, 35 C Two for ..i.............. KED GROSS UAKING 'o'l. cans. Two ;RED CROSS YEAST liox wnlnins four.packages ywist cukes find China Cup OOft Saucer ,...'..............6WW LIBBY'S ASPARAGUS large cnns LIBBY'S SAUU KRAUT Inrgc cfin............ TICKLER'S JAMS, 5.1t> puils Hiispberry, and C. 15. PLUM JAM cans........... 30c .15c S5c C. HASPBEHP.Y JAM 'lib raus I'KKiiEitVISG. FRUITS Pcnclics. stock; Cl 1Q VCf PEARS -AND' week will best (iiiie lo buy your Pears and. Phone for prices. R. B. MORDEN Phone 1356 Gene'i'al Merchant 526 13th StN, FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ______unusually Low-Priced Concessions on season- able, dependable, quality, and up-to date merchandise will turn the tide of all economically-minded citizens to this home of true economy Ladies'Fancy Waists I Sold regularly at for 75c His do7on LadJes' While fancy with Low V-neclc with neat YOJI tnseitcd. Threc-iiiiarlor sleeves, turn-bick cuffs; tue and large Bqnarn Palter collar iij fast Drill, liand.-omely. trlm- with while braid. Also a HtniteJ only. black and white triininlr.x. Dr.cidodly smart, made and durable; waists. Com- ninge of all .sizes. Kesular to On FViilay ar.'l Fniurday I ww Ladies' Tailored Press Skirts A limited quatitity only, selected frotn our newest a'ml teat selling reg- ular" liiies in I.aJiea' Uress Skirts." Perfectly lalloreil-in correct nedlura wUlth aint ire-tilum high waist llnfi. Such durable and materials as Wool Panamas !n tlack anil navy; also nebular CO (JO Ariother of our Popular Corset Specials Made iiy Um Worcester Co., Ladies' White Satin Jean CorieU, all steel filled, low bust, long skirt and hip and four nibber grip" hose supporters; tull range of sizes, IS to 20. On Kridav aaii Saturdav TO Linen Table Napkins, each 9c Fifty dozen .Manufacturers' seconds in 1'ure Linen Damask Table Napkins; siie IS x IS; some have slight in are laally none the worse for that. Xeat spot, Shamrock and ivy Leaf de- signs. If bought in the regular way would lie 20c each. Oji Friday, and Saturday only, .vC 'Unhemraed Sheet s 65c Men's Odd Pants MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED Dark pat Urn, made in pooil seral-ptg ncgnlar values up to fr 4 ?3.60; Friday and Saturday I I 0 Boys'Odd Pants BOYS' ODD made frorh'bard wearing imported tweedE, dark patterns. nebular .M-50. 4 Oft Friday und Saturday I iCU Men's Underwear MEN'S NATIJRAL iuni weight, .full Med- fashioned1- gsrmentB. Jot. of those full Bleached Linen" finished two yards wide and two and s long': linhemmed. On Sale Friday Lisle Vests and Drawers pearl buttons, have mercerized draw taiic at short sleeves. Uraweis are in hneo edged" around bottom 'with 'dainty crochet lace', "u Sizes for girls of from 6 to 14 years. Regular On'Friday and Saturday, TWOVFOR....................... Gem Sellers Standard rjuajKy improved Gem Screw Top Sealers; Quart coriiplete wiih rubber rings.' On DO A Friday 'and Saiyrday, per dozen OOC Curtain Scrims Kxtra fine Duality Silk Stripe tern Ground Curtairi Voiles and Scrims -wltlr JiHiLdsome SlerScil borders, Iri tan, green and terra cotta shadings; most delicately handsome oud (Jiirafale lines we have in Block.; -ip inches wide f.nd worth OOc. Fri- day and Saturday only Hegular }2.50 jer suit. Friday C 1 C and Saturday............... I Men's Negligee Collars MEN'S SOFT DOUBLE 'all plain colors; 'also -smart stripes. In 1'oc; Friday and Saturday Women's Pumps and WOMEN'S TAN AND BLACK OXFORDS and 1'iinipsi. welted soles, mcdiurn Cuban heel; semi hieh toe; short varap's. Cele- brated B. slioe. Sizes 3 to Ilegular per pair 5-i.SO CO Qf% Friday and Saturday 'Men's Shoes MEN'S'TAN AND Also a few pairs of boots in button or bluchur; welted r.nd narrow nnfl JfJ.OO; for ,v.. Chiles' Booties CHILDREN'S SOFT red anil brown. OEp "j il SEASONABLE DELICACIES, DAINTILY SE RVED'ANO REASONABLY PRICED i ,THOSE WHO VISIT OUR TEA ROOMS'ON: FRIDAY'AND SATURDAY FOR, Forced Tomato, Bread and Hntler and Tea or Coffee............. Tea Biscuits with Tea or Coffee...... 15c Veal Loaf and Potatoes, with Tea or 9Kr Coffee fcWV Banana Splits for......... 15c Pine Apple Shortcake wltH Tea or Coffee J Tor Jce Cream 10c' THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES CASE OF MILLER jtfHO WAS TAK- ING ORDERS FOR CLOTH- INS AMONGST HARDIE. VILLE' PEOPLE irtereallne case lias developed was lodged against one .1. K, over a week ago vesMenta ol tlirdlevlllc. Miller, who gave re- ceipts slgr.ed In tialf a dozeii ways elites lhal he did not do it to de celvo his cus'.omsrs, but simply dause lio was mentally dernngcd (rom t-.savy Ko ;cors; !o is 2 qujlieed agent for the Weft Ctnlral Cbthlng Company of Calgary, al- though he la not In their employ. The charge of false pretenses lies. in the (act that he bus not yet sent In cer- tain (Srdcrs on whlcK lias been paid n deposit, and In giving his cus- tomers to understand that hi had a reiail distributing store In Uthbrldse. lie'als'o purported to bo vepreschtlngt several other tailoring firmn, atid re- ceived orders for cults on the strength if this representation, lie is in a bad var physically, and was remanded Tor sentence for eight daya In order to give him an opportunity cf filling his orders, which lie hopes to do. He appeared. Borne time ago before Mr. aoiij b'.it was remanded until yes- terday afternoon wlien he was before Supt. Wilson and A. EUftum- [jhries. Miller Is a Canadian, acd Was born in Berlin, Ont. lie has a wife ami five children in Superior, Wisconsin, and if he is snown any leniency U will be on thnlr behalf. As long as the Justice has ample guirantee that the public wilt be protected in1 future, lhal those who deposited money him on purchases get what they or- dered, ho Is not anxious to nnd It any Bcnlc'rice Is imposed it will be a light one. FATAL. FIGHT AT GAUplA.H WEDDING Yorttbn, Saa.K, Sept. Coroner Warren Is conducting an Inquest into the death of X. Zolor.ski, which oc ciirred a result of a fiK'nt at a Gal Ician wedding. on Wednesday morn ing. Krom evidence secured the E has been fastened on Mike Xowlowski ZowlowsVl is now a b'jt'thi H.N.W.M.I'. are hot en his trail, and Ills arrcsl antlc-Ipaled shortly. INTERSTATE-COMMERCE COMMITS- SION ,'Wlti.- INVESTIGATE J' DISA3TER IN NEW lENGLAND Wftebinglon, cr announced definitely to- ri ay- tiiat conduct personally the InvestlgMton .byr' Interstate Cora merce Walllngford wreck on the N'evBfork Xew Haven and llarlford railroad.- He will go to Connecticut.as soon fls arrangements are .made for the formal Inquiry. It is the purpose'of (he commission to make the Investigation searching, not only tor Ihe'purfose Eponsibilitj- for the disaster, but aljo to fix basis for recommendation, (o Congress fcr tho Ciiactment of legis- lation further to promote the safefy of railway passenger, travel, .ACCEPTS BRANDON CALL London, Sept. Rev. C. S. puRln-' inn, vicar ot yorlisHfe, states that ho baa accepted tho rector, thip offered him In.