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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September 12. ling TUT, DAILY ITER'ALt) Face 0 MAGIC BAKING The Reason Why You put into every article you experience, -knowledge ind skill. We have put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our supremest effort. If you exercise the same care ki the selection of' Powder as we do in its manufacture, you will order Alberta's Beat every time, because jt is always uniformly excellent, and invariably certain in results. Physical Culture Corrective Gymnastics FOR LADIES EDITH L. -JONES, Instructor. Registration at Y. Jt. C. A. HOURS: 'Thursday evening, Sept. 12, at -7.30. Friday -morning, Sept. 13, th 1030 Saturdaj morning Sept. H sit for' children, ironflaj evening, Sopt. 10th at 730. STREET GARS PROMOTED TO MONTREAL BRAMH Mr. Woods Leaves Leth- bridge for Eastern Me- Successor Not Appointed AGAIN The street-cars are once more in operation. This afternoon Supt. Reid completed his task of placing the now motor "generator in position and .everything is in smooth working order once'more. From now on the will be operated 'regularly. MANAGER NUNNS RETIRING Calgary, Sept. a U Minns, limnager of th-e-. imperial Bank, ia re- tiring, "after twenty .years' service in the West. He-will live in London, His successor is A. R. B. Hearn, Brandon- GOFF DENIED MOTION York, Sept. Goff today; denied a motion of District-At- torney to set the Becker trial for some day next week, not- withstanding the stay of proceedings until October 7 granted yesterday. F. Or. Wqods-is coming rapidly to the fore in banking IK not long since he was in the local branch. Then he was made manager, of one ot the s'maller. branch- es, being later prbino'tcd to the posi- tion-of manager at Indian Head. This was followed" by "his appointment as Lctubridge succeeding J, Am- brose, tranKferredi Now bo has re1 ccived information of his appointment as assistant manager at Jioiitroa'J, a very important' position. Mr. is a very capable young'bankar i-trt is bound to to the top. Me leaves next week to assumed his, new position. Mr. Woods' successor lias ,-ot >ct been appointed. MILADI 'EDITED BY "JNO" Offlc., 1Z24 t'. TMi Miss Harvey IB ...spending a'couple of days in Tabciv Mr. George IJiiunjtie, of Seattle, is the guest of his sister, Miss Julia Bourquc. Mr. a ad 'Keid'luive. turned from a vacation in Hand. _ Her liiany friends will be sorry to learn that Mrs. -James Young, Ninth N., is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Whit more and chil- dren leave "shortly for 'Winnipeg, where tlie'y "will reside -iii future. Mr. Orman Freeman left this morn- ing to join Mis. Freeman in Detroit, where they will reside in fiiiuie. Kev. Robert Simpson, ol -Noble, will occupy, the pulpit in .St. An- drew's church on .Sunday next. Mi am! Mrs. II. D. AYilliaihsqn ex- pect to move into their'new homo on fifteenth .St., next week. Mr. Martindale, formerly -of oeal staff of the Bank of; Montreal and more recently of Athaliner, has butiii transferred to Ilosiner. Mrs Long, of Godericii, has been visiting iier sons in this city, leaves on Monday to visit her nieces in Medicine Hat en route dome. Mr. Clarence Ott is spending a short time visiting in en route to study with his uncle, llyn, of Michigan. Geoffrey, the little soil of Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Williamson, will celebrate lis sixth birthday on Saturday by en- tertaining a few of his Mrs. W. W. 'Ncclaml and son leave on Saturday morning to reside in Jalgary, where Mr. Nceland is con- iceted with the C.p.TI. I5e.par-Uncnt I Natural Resources. Miss McGregor will give, an illus- ;raled demonstration of the Fletchej: method in'music in the basemmt :'6f Kiiox church on Sat unlay at' four o'clock, and she kindly invites all in- terested to attend. A quiet wedding was solemnized "at the Lutheran parsonage yesterday, the Grant', when Miss Mabel Ty re 11 was united in to Mr.. Loins .Jacky. Mr. -.and- Mrs. Jacky will reside in the citv. A ulcasunt eveijt took plare at. the of .1.' Davidson, illjf) lOlevenlli St., S., it 1 one o'clock today, when" tlieir srcond daughter, Mary, was joined in nialrisivoiiy lo William A. Johnson, .son of Mr. and Mr.sA.Ghanes The tied by llie Rev. A, G. Cameron in the-presence oT" alfoTit the" house being profusely decorated with variegated sweet peas. The bride was girlishly pretty her wedding gown of white- satin made in the now panier effect. with Venice lace bodice and veil caught in- to a Juliet cap..tif pearls., She .car- ried ah'-immcnsc roses. Her bridesmaid was licr Miss Annie Davidson, who was attractive- ly gowned in pale lilac satin. The groom was1 supported by -Mr, William Myers, "whilti the wedding march was' played by Miss Finnic Beaton. A dainty buffet lunch was served, the Uiree-tier wedding cake, prettily .adorned-with sweet peas, forming the central decoration of the dining table. Mr. and Mrs. .Johnson left for their future home in Vancouver, The bride's going away gown' was a navy serge tailored suit with navy and while striped blouse and velvet cha- peaii with shot silk Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as usual at a o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when contribu- tions of garden blossoms will be gratefully received. A large number attended the meet- ing of Wesley Ladies' Aid yesterday afternoon, when the ladies decided to hold a conundrum social in the church on Thursday evening, .Sept. 19th. You are reminded of the sale oi home cooking, which the W. C. will hold in the A. H. McKiilop C'n.'s store on Saturday, Sept. H, at 3; o'clock. Ladies donating the sale' will have their'articles Billed for, if; they with Mrs. A. F.. j Humphries (phone _The local corps-> of the, Salvation' Army will hold tjioir annual harvest; festival services on Saturday, Sun-1 (Jay and Monday, .Sept. 15 and -1C. Thanksgiving services will be held on Sunday at 11 a.m., 'A and 7.30 Gifts of fruits, (low- ers and vegetables will be thankfully I received. 'Any friend, wishing to con- tribute will kindly'send to the S.A. hall on Round street, or phone 7-12. A sale of goods will be hold on Mon- day. CHRISTASEU 'IN EXILg London, Sept. Pankhurst, for whom the police have beenjiuntlng on a charge of complicity in the conspiracy for the encouragement of militancy, is in .t'he ,Wo-i man's Social Political Union announced today that as a politi- cal 3he cannot be ex- tradited from Pafis. -Miss Pank- hurst will continue directing the suffragettes' campaign on that side of the channel. WANT WATER PLEXIBILITY'is" the leading characteristic of the newest cor- set feature in which a la Grace Corsets have always been supreme. There's a model -made for that. Be sure you get it, CORSETS The slim, girlish figure is suited most satisfactorily with our No. 517 or No. 523V signed to give fashioriabk' lines With greatest eomfoit "There fire more successful Irri- gation fanners in this district "'than in any other part of the official of the C. P. U. (his morning. "Irrigation in this disiript is .'begin- ning to bo recognized and farm- ers who have always depended on na-tural rainfall, are beginning to turn to irrigation to insure their crops." But if (lie fanners are 'beginning to Icurn to use irrigation, they are also learning that they are not satisfied with the present method ussd-by thfi C, H. in allotiiiff water. This year the- water v.Mll bo .turned off at- the main head gates on October I. That is not at ail .satisfactory to-the-fann- ers.. They wish it left oil for at least another month, that they may prac- tice fall irrigation. Fall irrigation is by far the most satisfactory for all crops, and does away with the delay in in-igatiiiR in the spring when the farmers are in a hurry to -get their crops in Hie ground. The company takes a different view of (ho matter, however. They claim thai, if the left in the ditch- es during November it there, and remains until the next, spring. Then, when they are in n hurry, to set thoir ditches repaired, so that, they may set water to the fanners as early as possible, they nimble to lo so, and so cannot fulfil thoir eon- Tacts. However, the whole matter is likely lo lie fought out this fall.' A .gation of irrigation farmers will watt on 'the C. P, It., and endeavor to i-earii some settlement, which will bu favor, able lt> both piiriu'a. NEW INDUSTRY CANADA group of in- .fluential Canadians, including Slv Van Home. Sir Win. Mackenzie, .Messrs. George K. Johnston, 0. W. .McLean and Ansley Allison, have se- cured from the Ste-el 'Package Com- pany, of New York, letters patent, to jtianufaetiire steel barrels and com- mercial packages of all description. The new concern, it is said, is cap- italized ar the financing having been done in New York. It will erect in rhe vicinity of 'Montreal the largest steel manufacturing plant; in the Dominion. i All the enterprise, has been fin-1 anccd. and Hit: now company slant, off AyiUi several million dollars worth of orders. TWO DISTINGUISHED VISITORS Winnipeg, Sept. (Jeorge Askwiih. sd-ikn fciiili-i1, und ,1. Kuir Hrilisli Labor hnuler, arriv- ed iiert; tonight, from the Kctst, TENDERS FOR THE FINAL SECTION OF WORK J. D. McArthur Likely to Get j ing Contract on Hudson's Bay Railway Ottawa, Sept. for fin- al section, .of. Hudson. Bay raihvaj wore .opened today and the contracl will ,be awai'dofJ: at once. It is likel> if. will go it) -I, JlcArtlnir, who ha? th'e contract 'for'" (He other sections. Work on this section will not likely he..aiartud until spring. But-by hnv ing the contract IH. now there will ho" no dolay. Provisions arid1 sup- plies will br sent in liy water and H is likely -linl li. will bo built, from the Hay end. No in.Hcntions is given of which of the two ports will he sel ectcd. The Brown Betty Tea Room Open 11 f) (J p. m. Business Men's Lunch At -10 centb, from 12 to p.m. Corner Third Avetiue, ami Firth FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS "JBARGAINS THAT ARE A CREDIT TO THE WORD" Lavish Values and fas- cinating features from our Ready-to- Wear Dept. Ladles Satin Underskirts, just arrived from England, in popular colors of black, grey, navy, green'and tan, with accordion pleated flounce, All silica. Friday and tfO 'OC Satnrilay Special 9Cib9 O.ailies' YVtHe Shlrl -Waists in fancy ami eni- broidero'tl designs, or low neck; abort, or long ule.eyes. Values up lo Friday anil-Saturday vvw Tea Aprons fancy frilling and feather stitching, good values. Friday and Saturtfa-speclal C Want a Bargain? Then redd this; offer from the Dry Goods Department' Best 'English' full bleached cotton" sheets. Fine even thread and perfectly free.from, dress ing. Warranted to she good satfeferftloii Sheets arp 72 wide 'yards long. Unhemmed. Fridayjind j Saturday, per pair f PILLOW Best English; circu- lar pillow cottons, bplcndul u earing -quality, i42 and 14 inches Friday and Saturday, per yard 1 I I w Boot and-Shoe Dept. comes forward with remarkable values Ladies' Box Calf Blucher Oxfordiji ,with solid leather ;soles and. military heel, A good smart walking shoe. Friday, and Sat- 4 MEN'S CARPET in neat colorings and of good quality carpet and lined -with black Sallsia, solid leather-, heels and soles. Regular value- Friday .and Saturday at- per 75c Vici Kid Blucher Oxfords, Givn 'Metal top, heel and-solid Jeather-soles All faizes Filda> and Saturda-v I I Q Not Many Bar- gains, But Good Ones Are those that we are offer- ing for'Friday and Saturday in 'our Carpet Department. .REVERSIBLE CRETON- 1 NES in a good variety of "patterns, 40 inch wide.-Reg- ular value 25c. Fri- day and 'Saturday I I C LINOLEUM REMNANTS, We are1 offering some snappy bargains In this line for .Fri- day arid Saturday in n splen- did variety oi colors and pat- terns. Good News for Friday and Sat- urday from Our Men's Wear Department MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED PANTS, made -front-thfi newest fail cloths in dark grey'and brown fancy mixed effects, If yon are looking for strong hard wearing- pants, here i3 just the very thing you want and at a priceithat is hard to beat. All sizes from 32'.to'42. Friday and Saturday per pair MEN'S PURE WOOL HALF HOSE IN Black and Heather mixtures. Regular value-Sue. Friday and'Saturday, 4 pair'for...... MEN'S COAT SWEATERS, made from good weight, high grade yarn, colors in navy, brown and grey. All sizes. Friday and Saturday..... BOYS? COAT SWEATERS, made with high collars and trim- med with pearl buttons in navy..and red, gie; and blue; tan and maroon; sizes Frldaj and Sat F HOSE IN high id trim- LOO Save Grocery Money This By in.some of these -items oflei'feil in our Grocery Dept. for Friday and Saturday. BEST QUALITY BOILED HAM, per tb. FRESH rCHEESE Per 35c 20c APPLES FOUR Ibs. SALT FOUR BAGS For 25c 1lb JAR SMITH'S JAMS ONE POUND TIN COF- FEE 20c 35c Here is an. item of interest to all housewives who are doing up their own preserves this season The .eoonommno' housewife1 Ayi 11 .appreciate two specials from our G-.roce.vy and China.- .Ware Departments, that offer for .-Friday, .and Satijrday. I'CASE CRAWFORD PEACHES 1l20tb Sack of Si GLASS SEALERS, SCHEW'TOP AND QUARTS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Lowest Market Prices. Telephone orders in and they will be promptly attended to. GROCERY DEPT. PHONE 313. Sale Goods Are for Cash Only, and Cannot be Exchanged CO. DELICIOUS and HEALTHFUL "COSTS A TRIFLE MORE; BUT WORTH IT." 378 1027 ;