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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. September 5. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Our new goods are fast piling in on us these cUys and are' beautiful hew creations of fashions latest decree. opened out some very swell Ladies' Coats' just -av sprinkling ol the -latest. All popular, prices from up. New lilies 'o( ''Ladies''' 'and Children's''0 Sweaters in all the new makes .and shades iCH 'I shipment of Ladies. Underwear of and Penman Makes at popular selling prices--' Velveteens in all .colors New One-piece Dresses all specially priced in Satur- day Sale. indi- vidual champion of t'.ie world by having a total of 'i'tt cut ot a poFrible 225 on ibt SM, 500 and 1.000-yaTd rangfr. dp- N'eal Smtib. of Canaiia. second, wilb a score of 220. and Ueuteuaut George Morti- mer, ol Canada, -third, tJeo Mllll HO. ylands Co. Fauntlcrov." For many years Mr. McFiare iras associated with Miss Pauline Johnson. This entertainment should prove to be cue ol the best musical and "dramatic ot the'coming.seaEon. I ,Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lradutller and imils- liave: just Itom a month's Vacation at the Arrow Laira. Mr. and Mrs. liell and son, Crril, ol llrockville, Ont are visit- ing lof a' couple ol weeks with Jlr. and J.'E: en to'Jte to Calgarr. Miss E. A. Smith, of Manchester, Eng., arrived this'morning arid is a guest with Mrs. Harvey Sevtnth St. Her marriage to S. D. Mathcws, ol the llentlej Co., tt-jll shortly be celebrated.- f .The members ol the Medicine Hat tennis club, who arrived today and will be honor 'guests at the dance this evening, are being ealoteined by'- the follQvviog ar.d Mrs.- J. G. Robertson. Mr. Hi 'A. Hrown-Mr. McClin-: ton.' Mr. J. M. C. A. Mr. G. F. Herbert-Y. M. C. A.l'. S. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs, iV. C.i -J. i'j Mr., anil Mrs. A. 51. H. Wallace. ..Mrs, C..1I. .Sbenvood ar.d Miss E. Hraderson, I Miss. .B.' McLean and Miss L.' Simmons. Miss H. Anjie liaw- Tjondoa, SepL from Syd- ey afnrm.tlat the Bpoethca thtrj of rarlismentery visitors extremely guarded. Lord Em- ell declared that although many eefrod to forgo more quickly the. ties nding Utt empire, the. time far the great scheme of federation -Ived.-.-> nr: A. McN'ally has "returned Irom cs Freeman, Ilanrahan a visit-In Calgary at the coast assisting, cities. Mrs. A. II. Staitnril and daughters, Dorothy and Margaret, have returned .Irom summering at Sturgeon Point, near l.indsav, Unt. ff tf Mr. and Mrs. JoMl'li Andrew eron. late ot-Obsgow, have returned to (heir residgr.cc'on Ktvcnth Kt., :fter an at Gleichcn. Mrs. i'.ol.erl Paxlon, of Otterville. Ont., has been the gu'est of her all bv in courteaj' to ItliK Medicine The feature of the evening.socially will be the dance, to be given in the S.O'.U. hal nis Club Hat club. As tliis is also, the las.t-ol the delightftiHy infnrma! summer ser- ies, the attendance will undoubtedly Ic large. p ft Miss Miriam Stoltze was hostess ol a lirighl afternoon affair today, when she entertained some seventeen (rienda prior to her return shortly lo Madison to continue her studies. poaition on the Winnipeg Telegrai and lelt this alternoon to assume ifls now duties. Mrs. Mitford will go lat- Mr. Mitlord will he greatly mis's: ed, especially in musical circles. His many friends here join.in Tvlshing Win every possible succets.. ASHPB.pFT-SEAMAN parsonage, v.-as the a quiet wedding-at eight o'clock evening, wlieitvW liev. 0. 11. Cob bledick united'in. mariiage Mrs. Sea man lo Mr. "James Ashc'roft. Mr. and Mrs. AshcroH are register cd at the Alexandra.- Luther 'League of St. Paul church met last' evening, when lli :o'isin, Mis. ff. McUarnbly lor ajA paper hal (rimming- competition .ew days, lelt on Wednesday alter-i furnished much amusement. Mrs. nun fo visit in Hcdcllfl, -Alia, (or a I Sfolltf was assisted at llic tea hour lace tomorrow, .linen the lat- 'compete ew before returning to si. i i' The tennis courls will lit a busy Medicine lor honors ith the local .mcmhsrs. Alternoon I day school. 'All young ladles will be -i.v.-ill he. served, with Mrs." II. D. made welcome, as hostess and lie Mlss- b) Mia. Kellogg. Q v V Jlrs- C. K. llrandow has returned fconi a holiday tlip to the easy [s ready to resume her work.with the Voup.g Ladies' class of Wesley Sun- WlNNIPEd 'BUSIrjE'eS'.MtN'S TRIP FROM, WINNIPEO TO THE COA8T' AND j .RETURN. 3000 of' Motion Plcturas, BIJOU FRIDAY 'MO SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12-13 Mr. and.Mrs. Alex. Oliver arrived this mornltig from their honeymoon trip Kastetn Slates. They will reside at the. cottier ol Third Ave. ar.d Twelfth SI... .._v. A. C. Urvnn will administer tho sacrament of the. Lord's Supper at the- Owemfale mission field on Sunday, and the- licv. 0. MacDougall of Calvary, will occupy An- Ct.UEs'AND :opic wa taWn, liV -Kail flr.int'vA read ng hy VVill J.pliman arjtl a -solo .li Mrs. (Irani .Voro much enjoyetl. social given by (hcy socie't some tirne'riex't month. Thc social held al the home of Ile'v and 5lrs. Orern of the Fifth Avenu Baptist church last evening was dlslincl success. Solos' by Miss Sli' and Mr. Donald and readings hy .Mis Jones and Miss Virtue were greall appreciatctlf .Mrs. Ore'en presidln at the organ. Short addresses of ii terest were lieHvered'hj" Her. A. lityan and Her. Dr. Spencer. Tr collection htought in the neat sum 4 "Kit" ,'i'ornnto society tdlto writing ol -Mr. v'. is being to I.othbridge on t fifteenth o' ihis month under the ati pices ol St. Woman's Au iliary, says is par c'icellen MPER1AL FEDERATION IN THE FUTURE .me: Not Slip Say Brltllh M. P.'s. in WAN T-': RACE S" 0 PP v coiiver-.taoard] General to enforce'-tlu) Act against boree races at M'n- oru park, in ThG ff races iiave. lasted live or six v.'eelis nlready, and will be con- Into t'ne i FOR Ladies' Fancy Waists Sold regularly at 1.75'for 75c dozen Ladles' While SIMdy Waists with Juvr V-neck with neat vest Inserted. Three-quarter slrorrs, turn-back cuffs; lie and large square Sailor collar in last color Cadet IJIue Drill, handsomely trina- mtd, iviih whllo bruEd. Ats'o a iinrneJ quantity only. black and white Vesting triuiiiiiiLg. Decidedly smart, well nmde and durable v.'aiste. Com- plete range of sizes. Hegutar to Saturday 75c Ladies' Tailored Dress Skirts A limited quantity Ejected froci our and uest selllug res- ular lines in Ladies' Skins. 1'erfecttv labored in correct "medium ivldtb rnd medium Mgh wuitl line. Sach durable and popular mate-rials as AVcol Panamas En black and navv; alto tiveed ejects. Regular SS.OOfor t CQ Little Thintf s for the' Little Ones Our iloclc ii full of Iktle- tooth-bruihei, and countten o'oKr you kaorr ira iiccwury. Tfan loo we harea of Diamond Dyes. 9 .TVr ktr? tutxut'-T tcf Ted tent yei _sy. KENNY MLIN Tht Drug. Book Store drew's pulpit. During his stay. In the reader I hue. ever .seen city Mr. MacDouRall will he a.guest heard, and I pretty well kr.ow at St. Andrew's manse.' i readers tlic world over." Mr. {ifotrjo MillKil, musical Miss Wcbling, who appears wfth tor-pf Ifili DANCE To bo hold in K.P.-Hal: on Monday. Sept. 8th fir' wctirjsira in at- teiKlaiico. Ge'nU, 76e Another of our Popular Corset Specials Made by the Royal Worcester Corcet Co., ol White Satin Jean all steel filled, bust, long skirt and htn and four rubber grlji hose supporters; Toll rauye of sizea, 18 to 2'J. On Saturday 7Q only ItfQ Linen Table Napkins, each 9c Fifty .dozen .Manufacturers' seconds in Pure Liuen Darnas'K Table Napkins; siie 18 i 18; same nave, slight Imperfections In weave, but are really none tbe worse for that N'eat spot. Shamrock and Ivy Lesf de-- gjgna. If boufrbt in Ibe regular way would r re 20c each On Saturday only -.eacii 9c Unhemmed" Sheets 65c Another lot ot those full Tileached Linen finished feo "and Men's Odd Pants MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED Dark pattern, m.Qdti in good semi-peg slylt's. Regubr up to "7C 43.50; SaturJay I I 3 Boys' Odd Pants BOYS' ODD made from hafd ivcarlng Imported tu'eeds, dark patterns. Hcguiar Sl.50. OA Saturday I "Men's JUnderwear "Saturday each MEMS NATURAL lied- 1 lum fa5liion'ed Barnien Regular suit', G1 O .Saturday- _ Men's Negligee. Collars-; Misses Lisle Vests and Drawers at and have sliori Bleevea. Oraii era" .ore In knee length and are edged around bottom with. dalotyV crochet St7.es for glrla ot from. C to 14 Regular prices to 25 ,cents. OCW Saturday only bOCj Gem Sealers Standard quality Improved Corn Scveiv quart size, complete with rubber rings. On' Salbrtlay, per dozen Curtain Scrims 88c :MEN'S SOPT- DOUBLE C lilain .colors; also smart stripes'. In Ki'i-B'iroin. ri'A Heifulnr Saturday Women's Pumps and Oxfds. TAN AND BLACK 'OXFORDS Puinps; medium Cuban aeml Ugh toe; short vamps. Cele- If. shoe; .Sizes 2 to'6V4. Regular 'jJer pair to.utf QC Men's Shoes TAN AND PATENT a few pairs of-loots In'bulton or ulucher; welted Rolts; 'ftill and oarroa." pair ?D.OO CO JA DELICACIES, DAINTtLY SERVED AND r THOSE WHO vfslT OUR TEA ROO Veal Loaf and Potatoes, ;pioe'Apple ShortcaKe -Tea Coft'eo fcWW Forced Tomato, LJread and Biittor and Tea or -'Coffee Jea Biscuits with Tea or Coffee 15c Banana Splits for 15c -Tea or CoEfee" fcvQ> y- T THE RIED TO BLOW l made to blow open SAFE AT MOOSE JAW office of "the T. G. Brou'iC- .Moose Ihe eoiith' sWe of his'morntrJE'an iinsiiccesslul attempt charge was'riot apd'-the safe, coatainlnir-Vliirge" .V'. been Lethbriage have our line of Fall MilliiK ery on sale Please _. call and inspect v ;