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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iiiiy, 11, I8J.I. '.HE CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK You Should be Especially Interested In This Display of Suits In the first .place They nre exceptionally attractive stylish in design, well made and thoroughly tailored- of the host qualities of pure wool materials. In the second place The tnilored suit is going to be more popular than- ever during the coining Fall and Winter. In the third place Prices throughout, arc of ..special interest and ro- asJD niarkably low i'or such- li'igli grade garments. You will like Hie style aiuK'go" there is to every one of those costumes and the novel touches in- design and trim- ming which they t Young ladies' and small women's shcs 1-t, 16 and 18, at and Extra stout women's suits in sixes 39 to 43. at to sizes in ladies' suits P to Handsome new velvet suits in reguUir sizes, 34V 36 and B.S, at' to We make alterations free and guarantee the fit Charming Fall Millinery Creations The exquisite new colorings, the oliarnfing-new shapes, the unique ar.rans'eitteJit..ol' ..tailored hats at and to elaborate creations fashioned after Parisian models, present an unequalled opportunity for an exhaustive study of the approved style features of the season. We urge you this exhibit, in its first, completeness and choose your Fall headwear at your earliest possible convenience. LOCAL BUDGET pleasure the music leadership oi J. Gco. Harper, nn the E. .1: KaniH'b, of flic Quick-Print Oali square. To., returned yeslrnlav morning from I jr. H. Mahoney, implement dealer Burdctl district, where he has been j o; is in the city on a spcmlinp; week nn his vacation. business trip, and stales political mailers nt f'armangay as being in a quiet eondilion. A meeting of the executive, of Major S. Martimlalc and wife arrived in the city yesterday from Waline, in Hampshire, and will spend a few visiting their sou, LetlibVidge Protective Association Miles, of the Bank of Montreal, this citv. will he held this evening in the offic- ol the association in the Hull At 1317 1st Ave., S., there died i Block, yesterday, the cloven weeks' old in- Every brings new evidences of fan.l of Mr. and Mrs. C'lias. Martin, j ,1lc of Lcthbrioge as a Tlie funeral, in charge of T. S. Fct- distributing centre, and from now tcrly, tonk place this afternoon ,ilis cjtj. continue to 2.30 o'clock. [grow in importance in this regard. The infant daughter, of Sir. and i This morning Mr. Gilbert, one of the Mrs. Johanna Tack diet! yesterday, i representatives of the Continental The funeral took place this afternoon Oil Winnipeg, called ;U (he from I-'eMerly's undertaking offices, antl applied lor a permit Geo. F: Heath has been appointed district apcnt for the Oddfellows' Re- lief association, with headquarters in this city. to erect a large steel storage oil tank on property recently purchased hy in the wholesale sec- tion. Their property is situated Last evening a large crowd heard about four blocks cast of the Ellison Enamelware WE HAVE ON SALE SOME EXCELLENT ENAMELWARE AT BARGAIN PRICES SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW Stafford Agnew Co. If you out of town, write ut" Mills and north of Second Ave. He siiies the oil tanks the company wi erect a galvanized iron building, an stables. The permit calls for an el penililuro of H. M. and W. A. Whidilington, ar chitects. arc preparing plans for j new one-roomed school to he crectc in the. Crystal flake school district noi-ih-casii of the city. The schoo will be a credit to the 'people of tha district, as if. lie modern in ev cry particular. The same firm is al so preparing plans for {he cottage: to be erected by the Chinook Coa Co. at their mine near Diamond City The cottages will he ihrce-roome. structures, and will be built With ar eye to the comfort of those who wil occupy them. The meeting of the Board of Dir- ectors of the V.M.C.A. will te hck tomorrow at noon when all are re quested to bo present at the lunch- eon. Tonight the presence of all those in- terested in rtugny Football is askon for 7.4S o'clock, when points concern- ing the formation of a club in tins city will he discussed. Meet at. the 'V" at the above hour. WILLARO, -MAN OF MYSTBIIY AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHJ Willnrd and t'ho Mnn of Mysterj; Co. open a four nights' engagement at tho Majestic beginning tonight; Much has Ijoen Enid of this person, and at Calgary and Edmonlon he drew large crowds to the theatrfe nightly. magicians and Hats have ever been accorded, such splemlid receplions as Wlllard during liis tour of Canada. Everywhere It lias been the same, capacity His show is known as "Tho show that's as It-offers theatre goers a distinct novelty In the line of ainiracnientB. A varied program last-: ing two hours, keeps tlie audience used and mystified throughout the' evening. His work Is the clcaneit' and yet most baffling ever by any artist In his line of work.' .Manager Turner hu arranged this at- traction nt special prices, 25, 35 ami 60c. Tho seals are on sale at Rucii- on'-.j ponfectioiwsry store and lan ho secured in advance either hy hone or In person. Changes of aro given each evening, and theatre. "Take heed of thy friends. A faithful friend is a strong defence, and he, that hath louml such a one, Imth found a treasure." Mrs. Veher is entertaining Mrs. Cicnge, of Macleod, for a few days. Mrs. L. A. Felger was a week-end guest with Mrs. C. .1. Rek'storm. I Mr. jinrt Mrs. K. C. at Bow Island for the wcck-i-ml. Miss licssie Chipmaii spunt the wcck-cutl at Magrath. Mr. 1C. U. RylamLs was a Calgary j visitor yesterday. i Mrs. DC Vcbcr. 532 ICighih St., S., will receive on the iliir- tcentli, Cor the last time this season. Mrs. K.: W. Downer and Miss Gladya Downer returned on .Saturday after- noon from an extended trip abroad. 4 Mr. Levcrett1 DeVcbcr left this af- ternoon to coniinne his studies ab Trinity 'College School, Fort Hope. Mn arid Mrs. Sydney Jackson re- turned on Saturday from a spent at Banff. 'Mrs. C. A. -Little and daughters Bessie and Avrillc h-ft this aitcru a''two months' trip to Vancouver St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor j Society will meet on Tuesday oven ing. Mr. Bruce Coiiyhearc left this, af- ternoon for Toronto, to study at Upper Canada College. Mr. Fred Dpfrher lofi this after- noon to resume his studies at Trin- ity College, Port Mope. Mr. A. H. who was takei to the (rait Hospital a few days ago, is progressing'very favorably. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. McArlhur, Vic. toria Mansions, expect to move into their cosy newr lumgalow, out near tho new school.vsome time this week. Miss Agnes Robertson returned Tuesday from I.ethhridgc, where she has hern visiting her sister, Mrs. JaiiiC's" Journ.i.1. The hostesses for the Wednesday meeting of Wesley Ladies' Aid Soci- ty, will be Mrs. Knudtson, Mrs. Perry and Mis. Laycock. The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church wifl meet .with Mrs. Arnold, 'fwentieth St., on Thursday, evening at seven-thirty. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Cy- >rian's church will meet in (he ves- :ry, oh Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. St. Monica Guild of St. Augustin's larish will meet in the hall, tomor- afternoon at 3.30. Every lady in he congregation is cordially invited. The choir of Knox church rendered he anthem, ''0 Love the in i very acceptable manner, at the ev- ning service yesterday. Miss Simpson was Saturday evoning of a sm.aH social (Tail', given for some of the girls nd hoys, who leave this week- to I (tend school in the east. The meeting of the Lady Maccahccs was to, have hcon held-lhis ev- ning, has been postponed until the rrival of Mrs. Locke, who is the iuprciw. Lieutenant-Commander of Maccahees of the World. Mr. Martinnale, of the Bank of [onfreal, returned on Sunday morn- from a vacation trip to tho oast. Major and. Mrs. Martindale nd Mr. W. S. Martindale, Euglanrt, re his guests. They arc registered the Alexandra Hotel. Rev. J. E. and Mrs. MurrelMVright, :e expected home cither Thursday r Friday from Guclph and Toronto, here they have been holidaying for ie past five weeks. Mrs. T. Glenwrlght and daughter, Winnipeg, former residents of Leth- idpc, are guests witfc Mrs. .1, Ash-j At Westminster Sunday school yes- terday, L, 11. .WilKes, physical direc- tor of Hie V.MX'.A., gave an inter- esting address on teiiipcrance, em- iihjisixing self-control in thought, speech, play, eating and drinking. Tlie Ladies' Aid of Westminster church will meet in the vestry of the on afternoon at j three o'clock. Every member should ;bo as' many important items fof business must he dealt with. I MEN AND WOMEN, GUREDUILY ar THE GHUI FRUI WBKKE Few fieople renhw jttifc enormous amount of good which "limit lives has done ami is doing to dkj Hruit- lives" is curing hundreds1, of -sufferers from Rheumatism, Neuralua mnd uic hundreds uf oUiera who were almost frantic wUh Stomach Trouble, Indigestion and Biliousness still others with Kilney Bladder Irritation many with apparently hopeless of Constipation, andiStin will do tfte'ume fot you if you give itia. trial. joe. box, 6 foe 50 or trul size. 250. At all Limited, Ottawa. the members of thjc'club c ward ,to a most tunjoyable and, prof fllable season. In connection, with; the club, classes, in dancing, which the vouatg people uit) no.-doubt enjoj will be termed in future No-regular rehearsals: will be held the over, Idcil the St drew s Sundiwj} schont picnic, at Ad- am s Park on'Satardav a en- joviblc affair) indncd There a splendid attendance' of the-childtet, and t, UIICE rtiid sjwrts cjtiwd no enu of many of the puptlc succeeding ui winning Ample justice uas done Hie piwne lunch pr0 udcd the parents In the even miC i tired but hiprA bunch of joungstcrs returned iheu homei .Y.r. ami Mrs. Thomas II. Wright, j announce the marriage of their daugh- ter, .Jear, Kennedy, to Mr. Alexander j.J. Irving, on Monday, September j I the fourth, nineteen hundred and ele- jven, at "Maple Grove" Hank's, Out. The Reading Club which or ganized last met on with Mrs II 1 Goode The meeting simplv a prelimin- ary: one, at which It was decided to onson this j Matson everv winter, with meetings weeks. The Ladies' Altar Society of St. Patrick's church will meet with Mrs. Begin, 522 .liartleU St., tomorrow, i (Tuesday) afternoon. The sewing will be as this is n business meeting, as well, to arrange for socials .during the winter, a large yo1 attendance is desired. The engagement is announced .at Ottawa of W. H. President of the E. B. 1 dilj Companj and j President of the turcrs', Assoohtion to Miss Elsio dtyighter of tho late Sir William lUtchie, Chief ,Jus- On Tuesday evening the Epworth eaguo of WcfitrmiMfcrAchucefc wUi hold the first i the suwm the subject that ttonim toi Gamda The by Miss Annie Butleri. 'rfl- "un and Miss Butler, While kssrs Matson 'Bin4or and MeNab' uphold The fekit- ers have worked up ttieir Mspective sides thonbughly and should be with tice of the Supreme Court, o[ Can- ada. The marriage does not take The marriage is announced in Mont- real, to take place shortly, of Miss Kathleen Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank-Harrison, of Mr' don, B.C., to Mr. Reginald 'Gordon I Tait, of Summcrland, B. C., son oi The Conservatory Musical and ,Dra- Sir Melbourne and Lady Tait, Mont- i malic Club will nleeti'for the first place until December.. Miss Ritchie, mentioned in the above, is a cousin Ritchie, of this city; real. Mr. MbU'llaml anil Mr. Hrucc Cony- beare, returned on Saturday from a week's hunting trip. The ladies of the party, Mrs. McLclland, I'.iss Match and Miss Gihnore guests Ross. They expect to return to the city in a few days. v Itimo this season in tlic Conservatory. auditorium, on Tliursday evening, and Mr. Ilif arc still at the ranch of Mr. Walter Scirtember J4th, at sharp, f6r the purpose of re-orgunizing the club and to select the various operas and MARKETS ill lOOjfs-S ,closed 99 W: 99J3-S, j'dOMd 97 34; openad 102 5-8 DM.! Oct. opened 41 1-8, closed 42 1-4; Uec..openedf41 1-8, closed 40 5-4. Flmi i Oct. opraledj.225, closed 217. cash Nor 1W 3-4; 2 Non.' 98 3-4; 3 Nor. 91'M; -4 i 5 Nor. SC 1-4; 79 1-4; TO; Data No 2 C. W. 4t 1-4; 0. W., 41 1-4, 1 Feed ,4V 3-4; No. 1 Peed 41 1-4- No. 2 Barley No 3 72, No 4, 6J. liJNo. 1 N. W. 212. American Market. J M, 101 3-8; Det- opened'106 12, dramas, that will be put on during Closed 103 Way 'opened 12, the coming this (Cloied 107 "1-8; Sept. opened 93 3 8, cbued year wiHlhan'e the very ance of Miss Elsie .Icnkins, wrjncipal oE the elocutionary and dramatic de- partment ol the. Conservatory, and 192 Dee. openfd 97 9J jli-2; 103 3-8; clolfd 102 goers will find one of the'best shows erof! for two or three weeks. Mrs. for iho ever given In Ls'lh- Olenwrlght has. in the city Tlie ctirtftln risee At 8.HO. UQC HUDSON'S BAY COMP'NY Heavy Fall Coats are now arriving in a vari- i> etytof styles VI The now sj necessity and our new display contains a fine selection of those cloths most popular for this season's wear. One that will particularly interest you is the double i'aced. tweed. The outside shows'a rough tweed of particularly strik- ing heather mixture, while the reverse side shows a plaid of anothcu shade; this rolling back forms the collar apd cuffs, the whole presenting a very smart and pleasing ap- pearance. Our price tin's model is Also a wonderfully varied selec- tion from to Misses' Long School Coats Now the children have once more returned to school, long warm coats will foe greatly in demand. Wo viro showing one particularly charming; model-for misses of 14 years, in green slmdo, mixed tweed, with the reverse side of pin in huff fleece; this also forms the collars and cuTfa. It is G button, double brojisted and panel 'hack. Price................................... Coats in Navy, Brown, and Cheviots from Moirette Underskirts will be in great demand Our b.uyor in England bought np al a great concession an onormogs quantity of Black Molrcfte Undershirts. The entire purchase hus been distributed amongst the Company's Storcsof the Western Country and is another our tremendous nur- chaslni power and what it tnennB to yon. We placing you at a pricq never before heard ot............................................... I I w Warm Wool Wraps Fleecy Wool Shoulder Wraps and Shawls, 111 palo blue and white, all white, and pink white, 9R from i....................... w I "ftw Wo art making special offer ot Red Silk Wrnpe >nd Shawls, lira No. of designs and, low as Ladies' Knitted Coats Made of pure wool and knitted in a pretty funcy Htitch, theae coatu are away abend of the ordinary coat, being shown, while o.ur price ie considerably lower. Wo stock all In a number of pretty color such ns white and'pale blue, beaver trimmed thrown, also self CO Cfl colors. ;