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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 'September 1013 THE LETilBRTDfiF, DAILY HERALD fago? ff CLARKE CO. The LadW Store Phone 453 A Ladies' Store Worth While STOCKS IN EVERY DEi'AUTMENT AT THK HIGHEST POINT OF COMPLETE- NESS AND READY TG'SEKVE i'fg FATItGNAGE AS IT HAS NEVER BEEN SERVED liEFOHE. Wilh llic most complete slocks in our history, and the most templing values we have ever this sjilomliil stot'k of Dry-goods, Millinery, and Htatly-to-VVear (iarnicnts sliuiils ready to iiieel your every demand for the coining Fall and Winter season. Most comprehensive and selections V1 every line of drew soorfi and ellktj flannel! and flannelettes, cottons and tKeetingt, towels and towel lings, vtloura and wrapperettti, linens and damasks, hosiery and and underwear, veilings and neckwear, whltewear and blouset, kimonas and undenkTrts, together the most authentic and exclusive creations in ifclrts, street and evening dresses and millinery, produced by manufacturers who recognized In these, not only In Canada, but across the line- as well. WE ARE PROUD OF THIS SHOWING IN ITS ENTIRETY. IT REPRE3'ENTS MONTHS OF WORK IN CHOOSING ArJP PICKING THINGS THAT ABE DESIRABLE, DEPENDABLE LV SUITED TO YOUR NEEDS. LET YOUR DRY-POOPS _WAHTS BE SUPPLIED AT THIS STORE AND BE SURE OF THEIR GOODNESS, EXCIUSIV ENESS AND THOROUGH DEPENDABIUITY. We Are The Sole Selling Agents For Lethbridge For many lines thai arc. famous all over the country, a few of which include Crown Hosiery and Gloves Perfect lii "weave, fit and thorough ly depend able. I 'r Ices 25c to Fashion Waists Tlie most perfect fitting and moat stylish models procurable. to Northway Garments Spfcrnliring hi tailored suits, coats, Md skirls, sulu to SW.oo Watson'sUnderwear A complolp shoeing oC Ladies' Children's and'Aliases' sizes in every drawers, and union, suite; f-... 25c to Reliance Garments Specially featuring raining full stock now oa fxi Vigella Flannel The finest, cloth procurable for waists, guaranteed absolute- ly unshrinkable, all light and dark colors. Price 60c a yard Fisk Hats Tho recognized leaders of all American maktu. Prices to D. A. and La Diva Corsets As perfect iii fit as any Am- erican'goods with tbe duty ellm-' 95c, to fr Remember Our Fall Opening Display Tomorrow ana Following Days Gaskell's Orchestra in attendance :and dainty light refreshments served free of charge from 3.0 to 5.30 p.m. to-morrow afternoon You are welcome to participate in the many shopping facilities this store lias provided for your pleasure and need to buy unless you so desire The Hudson's Bay Stores City Council Has] License Bylaw Ready EDITED 1Y flu. I CLUBS AMD SOCIETIES Avenue Baptist church and boys'sec- retary ol the Y.M.C.A., is in the city spending a few days with Irlencis. Sir. arid Mrs. Deltert McKenzit of Salem, Oregon, spent yesterday with the lorraer's brother, Mr. E.-J. JIc- :Kenzie, on 'their lionojmoob trip to i and the coast. Mr. McKenzie is son ol Mr. T. .S. McKenzie, fonn- erly o! this city. Those are reminded ol th6 tea, to be given at the home oE Mrs. P. Cain, C27 Sixteenth St., tomorrow afteinoon uodec the piws of the Kiftb Avenue Baptist church. "WHO ANPSVEU It singeth low in evei? heart; We hear, it.cacli.ar.d A song ol those; not; 'However'we may call. They throng the silence of the breast.; We Etc them as fffce kind; t'jB'ttue, the brave, sweet, -Who.walk with us no more.. 'Tis hard to lake the burden When laid It down; They .brightened ail thi -joy ol lit" every Hut, oii, Mis good to 'thlnlc "6i them VVTicn troubled .Thanks be to God, that such have been, Although ttey are no more 'More homelike seems the vast un- knpwo Since they have entered there To. follow them were not so hard, V.herevcf they 'may fare. wheio God is not, .On'any sea'or chore betides, God's love Our God forever more. John W. Criadwlck. Mrs. CMycs and children--and sister, Miss today from the-coast cities'; where thei spent the summer. Mrs. W. R. Dili anil daughters, Kathleen and Kdith, leave tomorrow to speed a few. weeks in Ottawa and Montreal. Miss Gladys Downer, .House, returned yesterday afternoon front an extended visit in Winnipeg and at Winnipeg Beach. f. -Mrs. Hammond, Coronado b R Cal., rfaushter and staff, Canon J.'B Col.-Lovther, the popular .and cl- to His'.Rpy- o! Conoaujht, is sailing 2 (or England, to rejoin his regiment, the Rents Guards, his leave- having expired, and his place will tjo filled hy Major Far- quhar, uho is expecled'-in Ottawa in two or three weeks' time'. Mrs. Far- quhai, the wife of the new military secrettiryT nnd their i-wo cliildrea will come out to Canada later. t Mrs. Vancouver, arrived today on an extended vjslt with her aunt, Mre. Ifugh Boyd, The Misses Florence and Bertha Scott, left, yesterday lo at- tend tho Ladies'.College at Red Deer. MiBS Isabel. KlhM Aird lea've in Cal- gary and O'rfotoks. Mrs. T. R. Vuill ani daughter, Jean', leave toinorrb'w'fo visit at Iho M ATT 11 ITU Another of cupid's'-works brought lo a- 'insl when Miss, fester.: Ann Smith, wlio lately1 arrivttl from Man- Chester, I-Jngland, was. 'junliedvi.n rna- ttiinuny lo Mr. Frederick William Mrs. lliirnell. nf this city, sailed Irom Ntw Yoik yesterday on the Mauritania to spend the winter in Frnncr" nrirl Italy. church. The hriile, wore a gown ol blue messalir.c silk, with gilt ami .Bulgarian embroidery, was assisted Mrs. Redmond entertained her Sun- by Mrs. W. Harvey Patterson, who day.school Olass yesterday afternoon. attired in a gown of leal Srnnc. 1rn little girls ei.joycd fames chamieuse, .with Blight touches of all kinds, alter which dainty freslimenis were served. Mrs. C. K. bridegroom was altemleJ by.'JIr. I! .irarirfniv nnd Miss (Galloway assist- j. Clarke. I After the cerei.iony Ihe bridal par i ly and some of thoir friends adjourn ei to the home of Mr. Patteison C. M. McKinnon, of. _ jurrctif, formerly pastor of (he Frltli Have You Husbands? Aro.you worn out 'and discouraged Ting to gel them sober and keep lint way? You wives of drink- .men can have sohir husbands Itir. supper was scrvftl Mr. and Mrs. Matthews ''i recipients of-nianj' presents. At RKAD-CnTTTKNDKN the Church of. Knglanfi id sons will them lo e N'cal Icatltute or ,sjlvo them 0 Neat Homo" Treatment. Tho _al Treatraeiit la n safe, sure vcgo- blo tlsat rsiiiove drtnk In, three rtayn, 1 the liad of liypO'Jormfc Injections, 31 At tho .Inatllute, 8SO J3lh I'hono ,W. Seventy-Two Per Cetit Increase Itont TLc Ladies' Cotta society of St. Paul's First Lutheran chmcb .will meet- at 2 o'clock oon in the basement ot the church. fiiH nltcr.dance is urged as plaos or tlie fall work will fce outlined. The Women's Missionary society ol i'esley church will hold, a .special usiness meeting tomorrow, evening t seven o'clock, -Alien it is hoped he attetdar.ee will be ff a dldnliy a shortly to return to Victoria Uni- ersily, tlelivpred a very fine address m "The Messiah and Fits ,t a well attended meeting of Wes- ey Epworih League last evening. monthly meeting of the Ladies' society of Westminster church vill be hc'il tomorrow afternoon at ho home of Mrs. George-Taylor, Twelfth St., K. A full attendance is The Slck-roora Sunbeams will meet at Hiverview-on Wednesday afternoon at -1-15, to plan the fail and winter York. All the members arc asfccd to je present. t The Guild of St. Mary's church met resterday atterr.oon in the parish :iall with a good attendance. -The ladies decided to hold another jumblo sale on Otlobcr 20lh, and they also bet the date for their annual bazaar for N'ovemlicr 20lli. Dainty viands were, served by Mrs. Darling and Mrs. Washbrook. Lethbridge the Logical Centre (Continued From Front Page) Clarcsholni Medicine flat (along Crows Xest) High Riier (say) Xanlon (Continued from front Street vendors .of candies, nuts and ce cream or per annum. The. transient'traders' bylaw will ie incorporated' m the new license s'law, so that all licenses will he oiereil. The'boxing license was lelt at although 'Mayor Loveriag is iot exactly sure-on that point. He lasn't deeirfetl in his "own mind tte jld query, "When- is a prUc fight uot a prize fight 3" TAT" WELL LIKED BY THE OLD CITY COUNCIL LEASED BUILDING TO MEDICINE HAT MAN FOR THftEE YEARS. There was a special meeting ol c city council this afternoon to close an agreement with George Maz- arki oC Medicine Hat, for 1 three years' lease of Ihvj old market build ing which ho will convert into a roll cr stating rink. Tho rental will he (COO a year and the tenant is given the rigM to make alterations nnd ad- JlUtas. He paid dotv-n as a guarank-e of good faith. no Cartlston, on Aug. a 6 o'clock in .the morning the- marri a EC- nas celebrated cl Miss Apni ChUenrirn. daughter of Valtet Crit Icndcn, ol London, I'-tiglaart, t Mr. S.-J. S- Heart, somr. of the lat K. Head, nl the same place. The cere- mony was performed in the presence ol only.a few invited Irienris Ucv, K. S. (iamnion, 'uc- .tnr of Jal. Thomas1 church. 'and Mis. Head will reside in Cardston lor some Total The total Albert a jield cf spring! and. ttlntpr wlical for 19li Mas Jinjihcls. Ko that, the dls-; (fids on railway lines, radiating from ilirw-l, raised fifty. per cent, ol the whole Alberts wheat crop.- That makes Ixith'oridge's mill- ing inlcrrsts look up. It votiiti also be fair lo include thai portion of Hkh River district lying along, the branch. The. falling on. on the winter, wheit yield is being more than made up by the increase in' thp .spring .wheat ouing to .the. summer, fallow method now being fallowed. The tot a) winter wheat production ol the Tiieee facts were recently brought to Hon. Dr. n the Minister, of jiif Interior, by a flel egalion' 'from, Tardston and Spring Coulee, and il was_pointe< out htm ibat sired to mixed farming an Id..further-Jibe of livestock ralilng la SoutKern Alberta, some- thing along the line asked for by., farm ers must, be granted, and-ibat He peer-icfl to be very much. In eresjed and asked that fuj! Inforraa 'aa to the holdings of tho farm ers and, Uieir means lo Increase thel ivestock holdings In the event of ng permitted to run ihe range be sent invand (his is beiTig collected, and go forward within a lew days. r Big Bunch Cattle In to the prospect of over of cattle and borsea lor grazing on the .-estr-s ritzl year, which Secretary has received notice oTf there has been signed up agreements totalling an'ownerahlp of da ot five thousand head of cat- tle In.'the diatricl of Cards ton arid south of there, including Mountain View, Leavltt, Deazer, "Aetna, Klmball, Gleiivoodvllile, and caat of tbcre as ivell Including Spring Coulee, while on tbe other side of'the reserve there has been .heard Irom only one or small farmers, with a large aggrega- of mixed farmers about. Orton, and throughout tho -Macleod district j'ot to heir from. There Is in sight upwards'of cattle and horaes available (or grazing on the reserve year at a reasonable price per head, and tbe farmers will be united and prepared lo go ahead just the mo- mcnt the government Issues the order granting them tho juivilcge, for they are already organizing their company and preparing to begin operation of a leaee the moment one Is granted, In- asmuch ns many desire to ranee their stock this winter, or for a portion of tnc winter. "Secretary" this afternoon to address a gathering of farmers In MacleoA at the invitation of .Hpbert Campbell, M.P.P., and will ask.their co-operation In ttoa effort to secure tho opening of Ihe reserve, and an or- ganization of farmers to manage it. Macleod, Sept: will be inquest into'the cause of death of James Patterson, who shdl himself near Standoff, the evidence pointing to a clear case-of-suicide. The fun- eral will take vlace tomorrow from the Roman Catholic church to the local cemetery. Old tuners liked "The MEAGRE REPORTS INDICATE THAT NONE WERE KILLED BUT MANY INJURED w MadfEon, Ohio, Sept. ports reaching here are that tbirly- fivs 10 forty persona have been. "In- jured In a wreck of the Pennsylvania fast passenger tniip five miles west of IfliE city. Heports of death bare not been confirmed. All doctors here have leen r-iabed to Wylie station, which Is five miles west of Faruieta'ivho live In the Vicinity of killed. Tiie tr.iin through Xew Si son three minutes before the Tvre'ck', and was lravelling at an estimated peed of fiftyfive miles an hour. Calgary, Oct. 9- For reasons which could not be learned, Inspector Morely of the ilconse department, wUh head- quarters, in the attorney-general's de- partment, Eighth avenue has A Cincinnati despatch Elates that none were killed, twelve seriously in- jured, and ft dozen less seriously h'urt. best roper nho ever ran down a.s.lecr in.Alberta'1, was paid by Mr." Norman Macleod this moroing to the late James Patterson, whose la- mentable-death, hy suicide was an- nounced in the Herald yesterday. Kindly recollections are those enter- tained ol Mr. old-tim- ers1 on the. soutncrn he was atiectipnatcly'calleu by every one. In conversation this moniiug Mr- JMacleorl recalled his' first acquaint- ance with 3ir. Patterson- It was away back in the early "eighties" the tall, quiet; genial acd effi- cient stockman drifted in froni as. He "toot" with the old-timers right away and it was not be- iore lie established a icputatioti as a skilful handler ol the rope.-He was first engaged with "Dec" Kriel on tbi old -Waldron and was subse- quently with the O.vJey and Cochrane ranches. Later he was in, partnership with Johnny Keid at -Many Berries, south nf Medicirie Hat, and was do- ng well Iheie, hut it didn1t seem to suit "Pat" lo slay too long in" one place. Ho quit, and Heid remained, prospering greatly. Mr. Patterson later dented to Winnipeg and 'or six years was inspector of brands at the West End Slock Yards. He was expert rider and was of lar.cy and trick toping at the Calgary Stampede last year and more recent ly at the Winnipeg Stampede. He returned to Macleod from the stam- pede, ar.fl it was understood that he was going into partnership with Mr. Franklin, on whose ranch his life reached a tragic ending. Mr. lies also rcmcipbers Mr. Pat- terson when he first came in from Ti'ias, r-.nd grew to esteem lilm as a man without a rival in hancllina stock. .Mr. Patterson was ot age and was born in Waco, Texas been i The appointment of bis successor will be made at the meeting of the license commissioners in tho Chirendon block today.- Morely held office about a year, succeeding Inspector" Cham- berlain. 1ncft in 1312 was Of Ihfa Vent was raised in the tive prool that [.dhbrhlge is the cen- tre ol the rlisttict raising this linclive Alberta crept To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Continent cart' be "rbada at the lowest coil. Large new sti-amnrs. WccWy sailings. ac- commodatfons now. For full Informallon ask any railway or steamship agent, or, H. E. I.IDMAN, General Agent, Main St. Winnipeg, from (lie department Toronto, Sept. York eleo tort) again endorsed thr admlnlElra tlon of Sir James today elccttng George S. Henry as their tepresentativc In" Ihe legislature Over votes were polUd and Mr Henry's majority jalthough there are still a few polling subdivisions to hear from, Is 610. Compared 'with (he last-' election Sheriff JlcCowan was returnee the total vote was remarkably.ligbt being 3GO less than formerly. SELF-CONFEESEO SLAYER OF HOMESTEADER, NEAR BAS-. IN THE TOtLS Chillicothc, ilo.t Sept. Collins confessed murderer of Attorney .lohu P. IJenson, lias been ordered lield for extradition lo Calgary and Secretary of State Bryan has be'en asksd to arprove of the CAtradlifon. Officers of Northwest Mount eel Police are" here iwaiting the .necessary papers from Washington and on their arrival will leaie for Calgary with theji lirisouer. FROST IN THE NORTH Edmonton, Alta.T Sept. S.-r-Two and a degress of frost were, register. cd In the early hours of Sunday morn- Ing', no damage was done lo grain, which Is now too far advanced to te Injured anything but the most severe nip. Grandma Used Sage Tea to Darken Hair MedlcJno Hal, Sept. the practically unanimous vote of about fifty bmgesspu. (ho bjlaws granting concessions to tlio -Medicine Hat Hrlck Co. and Canada Threshins Machine- Co. were carried. NEY YORK LAWYER HONORABLY ACQUITTED OF CHARGE OF GAMBLING Coallcook'. Quc., Sept. Travers Jeror.ie was acquitted to- night of tho charge of having gam- bkd on Thursday last on the station propeity of Ifce Grand Trunk rallwaj htre, ivhlle walling for the Immigra- tion authorities (o pass on the ease of Harry K. Thaw. In discharging him the. courl apologized (or the hum- iliation to wh'ch he had heen aub- Jecied. Ihe hearing before Irate Mulrcn of Sberbrooke, hsUfl lesa than an hour. It begnn aE 7.35 o'clock and at S.20 the court" said: "Sir, jfou arc honorahlj- dlscharg ed." FRSD IrjGS' TRIAL Winnipeg. Sept. Rice gave further evidence In the case against Fred W.lngs, the Xanlon, Alia., ranch- er, charged v.llh Stealing rice horses from the Winnipeg exhibition grounds. 11. S. Foley, consulting counsel lo Ings, tcstitieil that Inga anj Ings jiad called lo see him in regard to getting possession of the and IG had advised Ings lo stnil Hill to Vlrden while the horaes were being removed from the stables. The actual carrying out of the affair was done as planned. The case was then adjourn- ed. SUING EDMONTON SOUON3 Sept.. Tighe. solicitors, acting (or C..U R'cH- ardson, former clly auditor, h.ivo been Inslructcd to Issue a writ tor dam- ages against the city an well aa the Mayor and aldermen voting for MK Richardson's dismissal. It hna not heen decided the. amount ol damages (o be asked (or alleged leeal dismissal pi Mr, lllchardson. Sh.e made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to bring back coior, gross, thick- ness Ccnimon garden sage brewed into a heavy tea with, sulphur and alcohol added, turn- gray, streaked and faded hair .bea-Jtlfully dark and remove every bit of dandruff, stop scalp itching and (ailing hair. Just a (ew applications i will prove a revelation If your hair is fadiue', gray or drjY straggly and thin. Mixing tbe Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at. though, !3 troublesome. An easier way is to' get the readv-to-iisc tonic; costing'about j 50 cents a large bottle at drug j atorcs, known as "Wyelh's Sage j nnd Sulphur Hair thus avoiding a lot of inuas.-. While wispy, gray, faded hair. is not sinful, we all djslre. to lefaln oar youth'yl appearar-cc and attractiveness, .fly darken-' Ing your hair with Wyeth'i1.. Sage ar.d Sulphur, no'one cari icll, because it does K to nalur- ally, PO evenly. You Just (lamp-. on a or soft brush It and draw this through ycur h3lr, taking one slrauj 1 at a ttnifi; by morning .al' gray i hairs lave, disappeared, after appllcalion or J your hair becomes beanlif-iV.y J dark, and luxuriant ;