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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Moiulay, September 8. 1013 THE LETHBKIIXJE DAILY HERALD Page 7 r ANNOUNCING OUR (jpening jjisplay Qf Authoritative jjtyles for f -ON- The new Furs merit your particular attention As is always customary all judges of truo worth look !o tho Hudson's Biy Company-for real dependable qualities In Furs. We have, this season, a nji-rn comprehensive rango than It lias been our privilege (o display on any previous Coats. Neck Pieces, and Miiffs in 1'erclau I.amb, Mini. Alaska Sable.- Stiver, iilyer Mink, Marmot, Fox, etc., etc.1 New York's Latest in Fall Coats and Suits just arrived in time for our opening You will be TOOK.' than-delighted wilh our: display of Coats and S'jlU for Ladles' "Fall and Winter wear. Styles and materials'thai arc different from what are shown and exclusive. Specially selected In Paris. Berlin, and New York. Prices, loo, p.rc so reasonable that we predict thai the best dressed ladles In Lethbrldso will all. this season, supply their wants from our stocks. New Dress Fabrics just to kand'direct from the miUHitacturera in England, Frnnce aiul Qevrnany Velvets in plain corded and brocade, in every shade o( Ihe season. Dress mid Cloaking Tweeds, Silks, Salln Homaine, Charmeuse, Dress Trimmings, Duttoos and Novelty suit lengths oro but a few ot the items that will commend themselves to your favorable approval In our Dry Goods Section. WE PURPOSE'Jib'LDlNG on Wednes- day out Konnul Opening Display, of-Hie New Fall MerclmndiSfeJarid in- vile every !udy in this city lo pay lliis slore a.visit to view the-many beautiful lines of merchandise, demonslralive of Hie season's correct styles, we have gathered from the world's foremost" fashion cenlres for your critical inspection and'approval. The extensive alteration and remodelling of ihe interior.of pur store is now com- pleted mid in-order to make your visit on Wednesday afternoon a real pleasure, we have engaged Gasitell's Orchestra to dis- course sweet music, and will also serve, dainty light refreshments frre of charge lo all ladies visaing this store helween 3.00 and 5.30 p.m., You arc vralcomc lo make full use of ihe many facilities our improved equipment now" affords, without feeling that there, is any need lo purchase unless you desire. The Now Fsll Suit.? and Overcoats for Men receive their initial display on Wednesday cannot 'hops lo en- tertain a great many o( iho st_eraer sei on afternoon, but we want the ladies to'inspect our complete stocks of Fplendldly tailored men's and boys' suits and overcoats, new shirts and un- derwear. You will be Inter- ested and' can Impart >iVjr verdict to husband or brother at the tea table at home. Shoe Dept. is resplendent with smart styles in footwear Complete stocks of all the New. Fall Lines. in Ladles', lllises' Gills', Children's, 1 Men's'and .Boys' Footwear. moat reputable makes from the foremost Canadian; American and Kngllsh manu- facturers now on display. Let us ebuw them to you. Light Refreshments Served Free Commencing at 3 p.m.- and continuing until 5 'p.m. we will servo free of charge to all boles.visiting Tea and Rest Room, tea or Ice cream" with, biscuits. You are welcome. r Superb stocks, in all 'departments now ready for your inspection e: aons ay 3tores Musical Programme to be Rendered by Cask ell's Orchestra From 3.00 to 5.30 -Morse Harold. Barcols from of Hoffnun" Offenbach Soldier's Chorus [rom "Fault" The Red Rose Latape Miserere from "II Trovatora" Verdi Intermezzo Rusie Theo. Franks Tne Qmrdmount Eilenbere Hungarian Lusttplel Keler-Bela In the Shadows Paul LIuko 11 De Ballet The Dlvertiiemsnt Theo. Bcndlt The Naval Parade Allen C. P. R. BUSY AT SASKATCHEWAN SEASON LOOKED FOR Sasl-.i .Sept. C. P.R.. have already :Svc .cars 'of prain of the 1313 vintage, and an- ticipate- a big- movement ol their lies bll this week. AlWf they will be busy for weeks handling ihe cars as last as they are filled and everything points to ono of the busiest seasons lor the laiiroad companies thc'yliave ever experienced. The grain that has passed through here on Ibe C.P.H. was harvested be- tween Saskatoon and Brbdcnhurv, which'comprises what is known in C. circles as the first district, be- ing closest.lo I'no.north. The quality has been high class: On the Canadian through. On tbo Goose Lale line things arc- looiipg good and this week the mo'vD- nient' from points along the line' is expected to he general: Soino. of the finest wheat that grows in the west will come out of the Goose Dale di- vision this year. A NICE HAUL Toronto, Ont., Sept. city will receive this year from the Canadian National exhibition as Its sliare ot the receipts. Last year Northern some "grain has', passed I the profits were THE LADIES' STORE Acadia Block More New Suits and Coats just to Hand by Express STOCKS ARB NOW at the highest point of iioniplclcncss nnd offer the most sat- isfactory selections of the entire sensor. Now is the best time to decide on your garment, before the stock is picked over jind lite best styles gone. A small deposit secures your choice till yon nre ready to fnkc it away. PRICES, TOO, ARE SURPRISINGLY LOW FOR GARMENTS OF SUCH STYLE, EXCLUS1VE- EDITED BY "IMC" PHONEI NE53, AND THOROUGH DEPENDABILITY, ANP TAKEN ALTOOEHER, THIS SEASON'S SHOW- INO MORE THAN SUSTAINS OUR REPUTATION AS STYLE AND VALUE LEADERS IN WO- MEN'S.WEAR. New; Suits to Bve'ry garment the procurable al tho money, thoroughly tall- orcd.fil cvorj'.'way.and psrfcct in fit and shaeo-keepln; abilities. TaUorcd Suits Lines Included In Ibis lot represent llio.Very'best values h'uve ever hod to show anK'stylM. you will-ecii any'whctbVt ijtvu a'modertlo '.I .v. jnd brown, aft- well as In deep rich autumn tonei of -brown and 1 grty.'.'ColU 'ill (Ilk IJnxS; tklrU njadi with high walilllne. Tailored Suits -Wonderfully -clissy atd at the as good at llnei told up to MO.00 any pro- vlouo floaeon. DUgsnil >nd Che- vTott promlr.snt lull of lot Ctali all lined with "tin and with ill cut on long, grJciful cut- to'much In vc-gut. New Coats to A complete range of a4 well as all regular and small and extra largo women's sizes, as weU as prices to auit every purre. Tailored Coats A parllcularly stroni; and attractive showing of styles and materials at this moderate rrice, offering the best of BETvlceable. garments, wfrt. ex-, style touches surpassing garments of previous sensons. Blanket Cloths, Diagonal Curls, and Cheviots In lovely shades of grey, brown, tan, blue-'and cardinal, all yilues at thi rr.onty. Tailored Coats Tbis lot styles of the more exclusive order.with strong features of the new draped, effector gotten-up- iu very conBervaUvV. effects that_any woman would wear, Silk Plusher, etc., the of the matirlaTs In and In tome two of a THE MORNING GLORY Was it worth while to paint so fair The very vein with faultless V Each the boon'light.and 'air. Of Summer EO to heart? "o bring thy beauty Into perfect a passing fragrance or a smile, Vanish away.-- beyond- recovery's Was it. frail bloora, worth while! Thy silence answers-. "Life was mlnej And who pass" without regret or P-W, avs wred the more to make my mo- ment fine, ecause It was. so lira. W. li. Burnett .haa returned rom a. trip to .Coronado Beach, jlr. and Mrs. Albert Heapy, ol uitcblicld, Nebraska, are spending a ew days with Hcapy's aunt, Mrs. Dr. Hivcrs, on their honeymoon trip, which includrs, Vancouver, Vic- toria, San Francisco and other coast and western cities. t A quiet wedding was solemnised Iu Knox fihuch at eleven o'clock this morning by the Her. A. O. Cameron when Miss Dollle Dora Lane was un- ited In mirrlage to Mr. Gideon Orull bolh of Coaldale. Mr. Mrs. Crul wllj reside at Coaldsie, where tin groom Is a proeperbuB farmer. Miss Simm, the contralto soloist of .jripx :church, has, returned -.Irom a month's visit in Toronto. Mrs. W. D. Hardle anj daughter n70la, returned this afternoon from visit with Mrs. J. S. .fcnes, of High Wver. Mrs. E. U. Rylands la in Vancouver, whore sho was summoned on account of the serious Illness of her uncle, Mr. sane Johnson. Sirs. F. S. Slieddon. don, England, and o! the Conserva- toire of Music, Dresden. Is taking pu- pils In pianoforte' and singing at her residence, 413 Twelfth street A South. Baggageman McDonald, of the Coutls train, and Mrs. McDonald, re- turned yesterday mornln? from a week's sojourn in the Koole'nuys, via- Itlng f'ernle, Cranbrook, Moyle, end Nelson. Rev. Mr. principal of the Unles' College at Red Deer, occu- pied the pulpit of Kcox church evening, preachlnt; thoughtful ser- mon on "Palms and Willows." Her. A. O. Cameron went to Ma grath this afternoon, where ho ttia Hcv, A. C. Bryan will meet with Ifce .Presbyterian" there Diallers ecrutlnlnt to Uieli A pretty wedding took place at In- dian Head, Saskatchewan, last week, when-Miss Isabella-Brooks, of Efcg- land, was united In matrimony to Rob- ert Cummins, of tho Maple 1-eaf Col- lieries. Tho happy .couple arrived at HJIlcrest on Friday'evening, and arc slaying temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Atkinson before taking up their homo at Maple.Leaf. Hob Is re- ceiving heartiest congratulations from large circle.of friends at "Belle- vuo and Maple Kn- terprise. SL Cyprian's church will meet this evening. i The Companions.of Ihe Forest will hold iherr Initial danca of .the season In Unity hall. Those wishing invita-1 tlons are kindly asked to 'piione Mrs. Arnold" al 1792. Much interest cen- Ires in the affair, and a goodly num- ber will no doubt be in attendance, The Indies' Aid of the 1'Jrsl Dap- list church will 'meet on Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Blue, 12'0o Sixth avenue. Wesley Ladies' Aid will .meet on Wednesday afternoon, when" a large attendance is requested. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society ol Knox church will meel.ou Friday afternoon at three o'clock. x A unique service will bo held ,In Knox church on Sunday morning nest, when tho recently appointed officers ar.d teachers will be Installed at public Installation service. Cupid Is still busy In this section, nnd the latest to fall prey 'to his un- tiring Inducements waa Harry B. Berry, of tho' Blalrmore drug store, who, on Wednesday afternoon, was inlled In matrimony lo Mlsa B. Chal- icld, late o[ the law' office ol 11. The ceremony was perform, ed by the Rev. W. H. Muncastcr, at the boms of tho' br-rte's parents, Twelfth avenue, only the Immediate and a Jew irlends being pre- sent. After the ceremony, a sumptions re- past was partaken of, and the young co'iple led by the local for a honey- moon sojourn to western points. On return the young couple fill take up house on State street, In a new residence Completed by F. Mc- vren. They were the recipients of num- erous presents, costly and unlnue, tes- tifying to the populirlty ol bolh the bride- and Enter Mrs. Taylor will serve a buffet sup- per in SL Mary's parish hall on'Wed ncsday evening, In connection with the chain teas ol tho Guild. A large attendance Is urged. fy The Ladles' Aid of the Fifth avenue Baptist church arc giving a Berries o" chain teas. The first one will be hcli on September 10. froir three to sis o'clock, nt the homo o Mrs. P. Claln, 627 -Sixteenth stree Xorth. A good programme has bee provided, and s silver collection wl he taken. Everybody IE cordially In vlted to come. MOOSOMIN LOSES PROMINENT C1TIZE Moosomin, Sask., Se.pt. Daniel, alter a prolonged dead. Mr. Daniel was one of MOOK mln'B oldest citizens, coming Ker from Hamburg, in 1SS2. He he the position of postmaster from 18I until 1857. Upon tho Inception Moosomin as a town, he was. eleclc mayor, ar.d was again elected thre years later. LEADING METHODIST DEAD S1STS ON CLEAN BED 'LINEN, AND "PRAYS" BEFORE GO-. ING TO BED' V Denver, Col., ScuL remark- ily Intelligent dog'is.Trlxie, Ibre'o ?ar old fox terrier owned :by Mrs. A. Koewitsch, ol this city. Trislo as- received no special ost of her tricks are the result of hej wn observation. "We noticed that Trixle un- sually Intcjllgent when ippy." sald'Mrj. KoewltEch; "bat. we lade uo effort- to train her beyonii ilklns to her as It she 'were a mem- CT of the janilly. She underfltandg crfectly everything wasav. audioes -hat she is told without coercion." While Trlxle sometime! demands 'a hair at tho family Ulrilng table'; elie. sually perfers lo eat at her own table, overed with a white, linen cloth. Vhen she is ready for her meals she Its down at the (able and rings .her ell. She eats "her three meals a day rom Ihls table, and when" she is hungry. Invariably rings her bell. She has two small red chairs ol vhlch is as proud as a child would Sho loves to sit in her chairs, and. boji up on them and hold her rent paws up In a dignified fashion, Whllo her mistress Is sewing on tho front porch, Trixlo will sit quietly. >y on her own llttlo chair, According lo -Mrs. Koewitsch, when Triple Is ready lor bed each night she Ells down, at her table. bows her head her paws and listens attentively, while her mistress repeats tho Lord's Prayer. When the "amen" It sounded, she hops down and walXs to'her bed. "Trlxte Is very particular about her. said Mrs. Koewijschj "and In-. slsts upon a clean blanket and clean sheets. Moreover, she will not sleep outside ol -het own bed.'' _ Toronto, Sapt. n. Par er, secriUTy ol the finance depart- ment of-the Methodist church lor Ca- nada nnd Newfoundland, died sudden- ly today. Mr, Parker was appointed al the general 'conference In Vlctorii three years ago, and his In Ihe funds been marked. ,CLUBS AND Brotherhood ot St. AwirfW ct LAP.OE 'AMOUNT; REALIZED FROM; AuctiON-.O 'Si Thomai, ono of largest.auction sales eyer held.-jn E1-, gin county, on the farm ;of 0. F. Jack- over jSl.OOuVwas fronl tha'saie of.; herd'of cowa each; tvto-year-old steers W yearling sleers and__ each, and brood sows hroiight from'! to ?98 each. .J-j ProlMbly the meanest will on record'' handling Ihe funds has been mariteu. that of an Englishman who Jle win born In London, England, hlj wjfo the sum of one years ago, and before taking up with the direction that It should M. church work was in buslncsi" In Lon- sent to her by post la an don, Ont. _ envelope, ;