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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 1012, _ TITO LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEllALfi IT IS SOMETIMES DIFFICULT TO KNOW What is (he suitable footwear for oc- casion. WE KNOW. II; is our business, >VIien in1 doubt call in at this sloi-c. Do not let that coming event worry ycu in any have the remedy. All varieties of ihoes for special occasions at prices to suit all pocket books and itaites. f FALL SHOES FOR ALL DAILY. SPECIAL AT: TEHtlOP PAID TO STYLE, FIT AND COMFORT. YOU WILL BUY HERE EVENTUALLY, WHY NOT NOW.? TOGGERY SETTER WEATHER AT REG1NA. ,iReginaf.Sask., Sept is clear again this morning, though still extremely cold It turned very cold )ast night with.a high wind. Along after midnight the wind attained a great velocity it is probable that considerable of- lodging of grain will result The ground'is drying rapidly and the farmers will not be long in resuming the harvest if rain, keeps off. 'EDITED BY, "INO" PHONES: 1224 must hope all things, believe all tilings, endure all things, rather than lose that most precious of all earthly irusty Moid." Klngsley. "Let me conclude by .saying lo you, what I have had too frequent occa- sions to say to my other remaining old friends, the fewer we become the more let us love one min Franklin. Mr, W. R. Virtue left this morning on a trip to Portland. Mr. Rogers, of liou been transferred lo the local branch of .Uie Merchants Bank. Mrs. M. .lolmstone returned this afternoon from a visit in Calgary: Mrs. U S. Browujms returned from a short visit with Warner frieutis. Alias Wood, of Ernefit street, has returned from a hoUdaj trip to Cal gary and Banff. Jlr. and Mrs. W. S. Ball" returned yesterday from aiuuiHling -the Stam- pede In Calgary. Binning and daughtei Margai et, of Castor, who are returning from a trip east, are guesU foi a- month with the former's" Mra. H. Dentley. j. Richard Holt and his blide ssho Mary are visiting at home of Mr, Holt's father, at Ray inbnd. The visitors are from Taber and were married in Lcthbfidge oh Thursday aft-ernoou. Sirs. J. W. Bartlett and two re- turned this incTning from four- months' trip abroad. Afrs Bartlett stat-as that she is delighted to be back in the bright sunshine of kethbjidge again, after experienced a per iod of almost continual iain, NEW FALL AND WINTER COATS AND PRESSES A Shipment just received of Imported Gernaan; Man" ties completes the; Ladies'' Coat Stocks. The range we show is much-larger than at any other season, fully fifty distinct styles in the Popular Rough Tweed Goats for Women. The Money Can Buy. j Prices range from to DRESSES AND SUITS -Tweed and Serge Suits Finely tailored Suits made from the celebrated' Fishwife Serges, also tweeds aud diagonals. Pro- perly cut skirts with high waist band. Goats 32 inches long, Satin lined. A leader at Smart Styles in Panama and Serge Dresses AT POPULAR PRICES Ladies' New Panama Cloth Dresses, made from pure wool material, neatlj- made and trimmed with contrasting collars and buttons. Long sleeve and high collars. Special value Cfl at. trie I Other styles at.............. and We make Suits to measure an.dVguanVnteerUio Ju.; Cmi ret'er you to many .satisfied, customers; Fine suits-made to Order. LADIES' NECKWEAR, new and fresh from the manufacturer COLLARS, MARIE STEWART COLLARS, LACE SHAWL COLLARS, MACRAMI COLLARS AND CUFFS, LACE CHEMISETTES, SILK AND PIQUE COAT CORRECT STYLES MODERATE PRICES. Still a quantify of that special Flannelette at We Be sure and get yours. It can't last much longer at this price 36 IN. PURE SILK MESSALINE SPECIAL AT 51.00 4 IN. PURE WOOL SERGE DRESS GOODS WORTH 80c.............. 4 INCH PURE SILK RIBBONS, WORTH 1 16c, SELLING AT.................. S UC LADIES' FINE CASHMERE HOSE PER.PAIR....................... We are showing a very strong stock of Bedding and Household Linens THE SIMPSON CO., Mi'H. 11. J. Binning and daughter Kloronce, of Gran brook, who have been guests with Mrs. W. J. Arm- strong, left Cor Toronto this-morning, and will visit In Moose Jaw and Win- nipeg curoutc, Tennis enthuelasU have been forced to curl) their enthusiasm this week owing to the wet weather, but now Uiat.tlio sun is once morn shining, the courts will he in "splendid, condition tomorrow. Four men from Diamond City wiU contest honors with local men tomor- row, and, as usual, tea will he served. The wedding took place at the homo of .the bride's parents, ilr. and Mrs. James Barbour, Edmonton, on last, qC Mr. George Arthur "Wilson, manager and secretary-treas- urer of Hie Western Canada Lumber Company, head offices are in Glaresholm, to iliss Wiimifred Edona Harbour, for a few years past, a mem- ber of the Claresholm Public school staff. Mr. and Mrs. 'Wilson will re- side in Clarosholm. .'Our Raymond correspondent writes: A pretty wedding 'was soieuiniz- cd oh Wednesday, night, of this week at -Mr. George' Heggie took, unto himself a wife in the person ol Mibs Nora Meldrum, daughter of Mi and Mrs. David Mcldrurn. The ceremony was performed -by Bishop J. F. Anderson, of the Church of Jesus Christ of: Latter Day Saints, at the groom's new home oa Second avenue Last Both the participants are well known in Raymond, Mr. Heggie being .foreman for the Knight Sugar Co., .Ltd., at, their factory farm.. The bride was richly attired in a gown of white net over white satin, and car- ried red Many beautiful and costlj presents attest to the popularity of the young couple. Clubs and Societies .Tomorrow is Flower Day. You are kindly asked to assist the Sunbeams by purchasing a-'bouquet. Citizens having flowers to donate for bouquets will kindly send 4them to drug store, the Morris Theatre, or Bentley's store. All-flower s-sllers will badges. Tea will, be served; at the Ulisses -McLeay'ststore. TifU one ladies attended the 'open- ing "meeting of the' season of ICnox Ladies' Aid yesterday afternoon, nine new members being 'enrolled. Plans for the poster sale, which -will be held the first week in Nqvember, were dis- cussed. Tea was served, the tea tabl-e being prettily'' adorned with sweet peas and on a mirrored centre, garlanded whh cardinal sweet peas Mrs. T. P. Kirkham poured tea, while the assistants were 'Mrs. E. B. HHl, Mrs. Malcolm Young, Mrs. Alvin Ripley and .Mrs. Stanley Kirkham. The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran Church met last night, 'with twenty in attendance. Mr. C: J. Hitzer took the topic "God's Stewards.' A: pleasing solo was rendered by Mrs. G. Grant, while a reading by Miss N-el- aou was much appreciated. The lea- gue" decided to entertain t-he older membeis of the congregation some evening in October, (0ITY ANT) DISTRICT Building Permits C. B. Tihert ihis morning- took out a permit to build a -'-S2200 residence on 12th Ave. A. Norui. To Kill the Pain Putting the plea tluit he came to the city to get shis aching tooth extracted, hut hilled the pain with bug juice before tlie dentist could get a look in. Win. Glenn faced tlie cadi this morning. The magistrate took pity on the poor iVUo.iv and only ed him the costs of the court. Rldpath Has Moved Hid path, the caslr iailor, has re- moved from the Hull Block to .'115 Sixth sireei South, tlie stand hereto- fore occupied by Kirkham Bros. Has Faith in Uethbridge An eastern investor 'was in the city for the lasc few days, and whilst here made some extensive investments, in boili city and fiirm property. The deals amounted to over and Wvrft put ihrouali by the Illinois-Al- berta Realty f'o. Persona] Paragraphs ,1. Hoverley of Toronto, a visitor in city. Harold Darling, of Craubrook, is in the city accompanied by .Mrs. Oarl- Monireal, is in tin; city on a business trip. MORE RAIN AT MOOSIMIN MtiuKituin. iSeht. at .lay ciiMiiii: ami jionr tlilii iiiuriiiitt-' will slint, down for today. Fully ;iO per whejii in out and in sitUm- did hiipu. "The Greatest Traders of the Great West" SATURDAY SPECIALS Earners will appreciate the power of their money here on Saturday, for this'is-the Store where a little goes a long way. Finding a bargain is like finding anything makes (he finder and yon will he happy when you discover what bargains we are offering. Gome early, and cot Cijsl choice. Remarkable Offer of Ladies'Separate Valucrup-to and on Sale Saturday at -V: A splendid assortment of Lad- ies' separate skirts IB here fan your selection on Saturday, In 'best English'and Scotch Tweeds, and Worsted; also Panamas and'. Serges-'i-n-plain and fancy styles. Colors are in black; navy blue greyi heather mixture. A spieridld'skirt for every day .wear, full'range of sizes. -Salurday, Sonie'Snappy Special for Saturday From Our Wear Department Meii's'Black Worsted 1-2 Hosa .heavy ribbed, winter weight, all sizes, -Special four QQ pairs Men's" Scotch Fingering 1-2 Hose, all pure wool, heavy rweight in black and heather mix- tures' Sizes 10, 10'1-2 and .Special, three pairs (if) ;for. M Men's. Sweater Coats, with V shaped' necki pearl buttons, good color combinations iu navy and grey; grey and cardinal; marj arid grey; Saturday on nr; You Will Never Re- gret Buying Here WHEN YOU CAN GET SUCH BARGAINS IN SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES AS THESE. Beat English, full bleached COTTON line, even thread and pertecth fijpe from dressing, nan anted to gue isfactiou. j Sheets are wide by 2 1-2 jaids long, and are nn hemmed Saturdaj JB-J per paii PILLOW CASES ,ai English bleached cotton, splendid v ear- ing quElitj in 42 and 41 widths, all 33 inches long Sat- urday only pel pair C> A Mighty Movement j in Excellent Goods Fall Suite, value! On sal> thil week lit Styles are in the plain nisb tailored effects, plain tailor- ed skirts and the new coats.. Materials are of est quality French serge and grey whipcords, tweed in -stripes and fects On sale Sstur- jr 4Uk. day at Remember this offer ctfnnotvba repeated, hence the necessity foq taking immediate action. SEE OUR WINDOW DiSPLAV Sale Goods Are for Cash Only, and May Not be Exchanged Economy NotesFrom Our Grocery Department 'Best Dairy -Butter, per ito 25c. New 20rtj for 25o French Sue for per tin 20c. GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY WHEN IT PRESENTS 1TBELF AS IT DOES HERE JN THE FORM OF RUG BARGAINS Heavj Axnnn-ster Rug, will make a bedside matj Regular J2 50, Special for Satuiday only W1 aif HUDSON'S BAY LARD. tb Tin HUDSON'S BAY BAKING POWDER. The Whole Parcel on Friday and Saturday For Candy That Everybody Likes 40c. CHOCOLATES, warranted fresh and pure, regular 50o and 60c per Ib for MIXED'CANDIES, good and pure, at .per. pound TWO MORE LOSE THEIR LIVES Salisbury Plain, EDE., Sept. more British Array-'officers lost their lives while flying today. Captain Patrick Hamilton had taken L-ehiten- ant Stewart with "him as a passenger in his biplane. The two officers had flown.for a considerable time when a strong-wind'suddenly spraug up, and iu .endeavoring 'to make headway ag- ainst it, one of the wings of the aero-' plane collapsed. The machine fell to the .ground from an altitude of 250 was destroyed. The hodies of the two officers were found in the wreck. .Captain Hamilton was an infantry officer, belonging -to the Worcester- shire Regiment, but was attached for duty to the Army flying: corps. Lieut. Stewart was not an aviator. ANOTHER VICTIM TO AVIATION Munich, Bavaria, Sept. Ger- man military airman was killed nnar here this morning during the rccon- noitering flight, Lieut. -Sieger, of the Bavarian army, had ascended in his bi-plane to make a report of the po- sition of the opposing.force in Lbc local manoeuvres. The weather v.'aa very stormy, and when his machine had reached a height of 300 feet ife suddenly buckled and crashed to the ground- Lieut. Stegcr died shorth after he was picked up. HON. AUON20 WHITE DEAD Halifax. N. S., Sept. Alonzo WJiite, for many years registrar of deeds for Halifax county, died this morning. TWELVE KILLED IN A COLLISION ACCIDENT ON MEXICAN.RAILWAY AND FAMILY WIPED OUT Mexico CiU, rear-end colh tion at Calera, near Vgus Cal- ientes, on'- the Mexican Sentral rail- road :resulted in the death .of''twelve oa a northbound .traiirand the injury of fouc. others. dead are Superintendent! Clieiuberg, an American, his wife and five children, wlio were travelling in a private can The injured were taken, io Agus Calientes. Cheitzberg ha'd been in the employ of the een in Vational railroads for twentv years. The accident was due, to the engineer of a freight train running past Ma signals. QUAKER BREAD i i Good ToTheLast Crumb All Good Grocers Sell it or Phone 1027 MADE BY JohnGilmore Phone 378 ;