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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 10.TOO, Exclusive control for for the famout CLARKE CO. The Ladies'Store Cisi and One Price Tie Right Tliiiij, at the Rijht Time, at the Right Price of New Arrivals Make Fall Stocks Complete We want to show you The Finest Collection of Dry Goods' and Ladies' Apparel Ever Shown in Any One Store in Southern Alberta Sole telling Agtntt for the famous Diva Olova-flttlng "We want to show you" that stocks right now in every depart- ment the highest point of completeness, affording a range of choice absolutely unequalled in this district want you" the many advantages of the progressive principle of this es- its cash selling and b.uying methods; of its entire attention to the necessities and wants of the women of this city; of its broad guarantee of satisfaction whioh goes with" every article it your money back! We have an entree to right and exclusive con- trol in Lethbridge for the output of many leading manufac- turers in this country; and in addition to this, we're old enough "to correctly anticipate your wants and make every advantage count In that's why "we can show you." Read the facts. GREAT IN LADIES' HEAVY WALKING VQLOVES .result .of a special purchase which we were exceedingly fortunate in securing and we you at'actual wholesale cost if bought in the regular way, Of! heavy dbg skin, very soft T and Pifabie, excellent to wear and very dressy, shown in tans and browns, splendid- ly sewn, finished with one dome at wrist; a'won- derful value, at the nrice. New Dress Lines Complete BETTER THAN USUAL VALUES IN PUftE WOOL SELLING They come in lovely patterns and colorings lor which no doobt, you have often paid 6oc and ioc per yd., and they'se actually worth that price- so we say they're .better than'usual at. the mod'- esc.-price of half a dollar and you'll say so-TOUT- self when you see tliem. Dainty floral and Parisian effects in C A beautjfal combination coIoringB, also OUC neat spots and stripes, pure and washable. Very proper, very fashionable and rery desirable you will.find these new assortments of dress because we are in tie habit of faDrfcs of approved we have tafcen several. strides forward "in this sea- -son s collection and surpassed all -nre- rtous exhibits. Plain colors are strong- er to. last season aad our .stocks rt flect this tendency.' Mannish ..cheviots v and diagonal worsteds are fashion fa- ;vpred and our stocks have responded co. the chord. Other features-, mark tois season's weave and each, finds feet expression in our showings. SPECIAL VALUE IN SE.RGE orv A splendid weight'cloth; switab'lV for tailored suits or dresses, firm and closely woven. wide. Made soft cashmere wool, which or homthe EXQUISITE SELECTION OF FINE FURS The splendid completeness of pur fur section, .mates the selec- tion of the style you want an exceedingly easy, matter are m matched sets of best q Canadian mint, black foz? Ja? black or EXCLUSIVE LENGTHS IN :FiNE SILK; VOILES Just a dress of each color, any color one could .wish for. Very soft and ;zicb.. and serviceable and just suited to the present form of or ev go-was.-'. HANDSOME NEW DIAGON- AL SUFTING Very correct style for this season's 'tailored suits and sMrts, shown in a big range of all the wan-ted colors, 48 ins. wide, pure wool, thor- oughly shrunk and unspot- tSDle, LOVELY QUALITY CHIF- FON BROADCLOTH silky finish, guaran- teed unspottable and thor- oughly shrunk, very dressr and serviceable, 54 ins wide colors wine, cardinal .reseda, old rose, Drown and black. material if desired without extra charg J.UUUCL iOi Chosen direct from the most responsible makers and Sharp examination and careful comparison "will Prove the excellence of every piece we show. Mink Muffs Mink Scarfs and Stoles Black Fox Stoles Black Fox Muffs Natural Rat Scarfs Natural Rat Muffs Gray Lamb Scarfs Gray Lamb Black Persian Scarfs Black Persian Muffs A Beautiful FUR-LINED COAT Excellent quality rat lin- ing, mink coilar and rev- ers, very fine grade broad- cloth shell. A beauty DISPLAY OF WAISTS Tlie trend'oi Autumn fashions is defiaa-ely expressed in tide presentation of newest waist styles, all gathered 'with care and from authorita- tive, Canadian- 'and American fashion host of beau- new ideas-asd" novel crea- aoss winch emphasize the im- portance of our, splendid waist .Section. Silks, nets, -linens, and pure wool materials in a great diversity of styles and at prices to suit any purse. The-New Tailored Suits and Coats Unprecedented BMlrty CharacterilK ,he ofaadies- ready-to-wear T0m needs h, WorkmanshfP -re important features have been the main consideration for thl JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS! New stock Trimmings and .laces, Combs and hand bags, Belts and neckwear, Veilings and motor scarfs, Fancy pins and buckles. A description of the above new lines would make most iateresr- reading, bat variety is so varied that we could not do them justice in a limited space, so we have, them on display awaiting your early visit. THE MEDIUM PR.CED HAVE MET WITH MUCH FAVOR diagonal, worsteds, coats; strte of the Mgler maitenals- cheviots. LATEST NEW YORK IDEAS JN THESE SUITS AT and Just as "correct" as would see in the fashionable walks of New York, yet very sim- in -anor-work. neat and HANDSOME NEW COATS THAT LOOK TWICE THEIR PRICE Made of the new heather and dia worsteds so much in favor this season but our Great Values and Broad Selections character ize this splendid stock of Ladies'and Children's Hosiery and Underwear Wg invite your particular attention to our complete stocks of hosiery and underwear, embodying the best and of both imported and domestic kinds, each selected with strictest detfof !abric> NEARLYSTR1KE Y.M.C.A. BUILDING a strike on 0JLlldmS this morning. ;lhere is a dearth of We are still waiting to refund d the little miss. Then, in connection with broad assort' meats -are scores of unequalled values which you will find more than satisfactory. i, contractors for the Y.M.'c r 1 nave been extensively for men. jcently from the east Itw." worlc the.Y.M.CA' mei1 their u SOMEONE'S MONEY with man cams and demanded another V each of them. The men rn mi. _ JLCAUOv i tO to ----settled the mat- agreeing, if the mea were al- to continue workine ioJav wire Bradford and find out Ft' were union men in TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Health Inspector Dawson, of Cal- Of are unsanitary. of MiteheU, fell 36 plle of stones- He was in- internally and may die Jesj Smith. an aged lady sa But Blue Ribbon Tea up to date has so satis- fled every user that we have notbeeii asked tor a refund in a single case. Buy a packet and see how.good it is. im- discovery of the '5rltisl1 Association. A I to fertlllty of the soil r- 'MARKETS' Wall street Stocks k' Wal1 13- many regiments from other overseas. dominion, in future I hope you a very, pleas- peas- ant ttae in England- and %-ou visit to London and -on Wr return to Canada will take-Oaok than made a of the biewcry all day but broke 1OOM late in tne afternoon and followed some other cows up town. She ped somewhere back of the Castle Ml to pick up some hay, fallen f'om a wagon, when the police. cams along and took her to. the The city solicitor .who proitoutcd, said Potronia was an habitual offend- er. The coulees and river bottom in the city .limits and any man who picketed a did not expect cow down there it to get looae, and and reply. red on of tie Hoyal Victorian Order of third class and the fourth class ori- Major K and Captain. The weather was and the de- tachment looked their very best and B aPatfly for some melr very best and still very interest- Stee' .ceremony. The of- feU 5-8. Winnipeg Wheat 101 ?f'Pef' fpL xo-2 oats 34 3-4; fias 2.48. Winhiptg Live Stock stock re- stock at the yards this morning totalled about 500 head of cattle, 30 of hoi 50 calves, .12 bulls and 125 sheep The market was steady, there be- jng- nothing: offered to cause a com- motion. The few exporters on the market were withdrawn, acd to sent east. The quality of the stuff offered was decidedly poor The .best feeders, a bunch of .10 head cringing only'54 per cwt Sales of -butcher cattle were made at 54 and .prices ranged lower, orer 100 head going at ?3 and some as low as Calres were steady, a choice bunch of 15 head brought ?5. while-the remainder sold at Sheep and lambs also firm.__ the former selling from to So.75, while the latter brought ficers of the Q. 0. R. subsequently dined with His Majesty. Burin- their stay they met Lord Kitchene- an Hon. David. Lloyd-George, who was tne minister -in. attendance.. Cablegram From the King Ottawa, Sept. The -following cablegram -been received bv the Governor-General from His Majesty: "I have had great pleasure in receiv- ing at Balmoral a representative of detachment of the Q. 0. R. -of Canada, and hearing their successful at the manoeuvres. The spirit shown by .-the Dominion is a good augury of the future of the imperial army." Ugjill, tp I Hogs were very scarce, there bein? hardly enough to form a. market Those present sold at S9 per cwt COWOWNES WERE ASSESSED Various Excuses Put Up For Delinquent Animals H. Glassman, Bartiett street, was i let off with a caution on the charge of allowing his. horse to run at large i in the city on two separate occas- wandei up town bo crazy. Co.w owncn mustn't expect that they going to be allowed to let their cows .wortti say forty dollars, wander around and do In a single night worth of damage to public and pri- vate property. Cows had wandered into bis (the city and in a riigat eaten up .tress -which he had taken years to and-ipoil other work which hs had' labored years to -produca. After some furthet argument the court -.decided to: give Petronia another chance and to flue him no more than on the first oflecoe, namely and costs..." Mike Supina, charged with allowing his cow to wander at large, in ans- wer to "the'court's questions, said ie had had .the cow a year and the pre- sent was the away from him. He was fined and costs. John Cook-arid William Gillies for similar offences were fined the same amount. were issued against John Kronipak, Nick Goyiak, Sim Popovitch and -Karl Dedorovitch, all charged with allowing cows to-wan- der at. large. The chief, addressing the court, said the number of complaints about cows going into back yards, upsetting wa- ter barrels and poking .their noses into everything, getting into gardens, sating trees and .shrubs and spoiling by walking around when the ground is wet, have become very num- erous, and a point has been reached when it has got to be decided" wheth- er people in the city are to be allow- ed to keep cows; or whether pcc.ple are going to be ab-Ie to make lawns and gardens and otherwise beautify- ing their property. If the Latter was wanted the former had be put a stop to. R. A. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS. vvneat: No. 1 Northern.......... S08rit'-v some l No. 2 Northern j ter of -S25 I No. 3 Northern...............-. .Vso No. 1 Alberta Red-..............Q.8-'I i No. 2 Alberta Red.............. o.S2 {No. 3 Alberta Red ..............0.78 jOats per bushel.....'.....0.32'to 0.40 j Oats per ton ..................23 50 !Flas...........................1.50 !Rye...........................0-40 Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Cows, per Hogs: JJressed, per lb..................o.lO ions. Be represented by R. A. Smith of Smith ex- plained that the animal had been turned loose in the night maliciously The mat- against the THOSE HATS AGAIN. The Vicar of Walsall, Rev. Preben- dary A. Page to a letter i loners, published in the current of his pariah magasint, makes a point- ed reference to the hacs In churches, the apostolic w i---- uaituuii that "fti I be appraised un-1 things should be done decently and appeared te 2K r yjL to ruf aifSd T or inconvenTenc'Tto" afL r S -th? Clt-V Jlmits- our fellow-worshipperss is a direct In- tQC the George Petronia, who was up only last- week for allowing a cow to be in the city limits, was in an 5.50 13.00 j.Sneep: Live, per cwt. ...........5.00 Dressed, per cwt.......12.00 Poultry: Geese, live '.----..........0.15 0.16 Turkeys Fowl........................----0.13 Ducks .........................0.16 Butter and eggs: Dairy butter ...........0.25 Creamery butter ___'... .0.30 Eggs, fresh.................. vegetables: Potatoes, new, per cwt...........1.50 frame of mind feat he Don't waste your money buying plas- ters when yo.u "can get a .bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty- five cents. A piece of flannel damp- meaning I any plaster for lame back, nain3 court. Theithe side ond chest and much cheape, tuc uourt. ine'i-ue siae ona cnest am cow was picketed in the coulees west J Sold by all druggists. Potatoes, per ton Cabbage, per lb. 1'ead: Hay, in bulk Hay, prairie baled Timothy, baled Bran, oer cwt Bran, per ton Shorts, per cwt Shorts, per ton Crashed oats, per cwt ............30.0C ...........02 Z-< ..20.00 ..16.00 ..22.00 22.00 17.00 24.00 ..L2C -23.0C -.1.3f .25.00 ..1.6f ivietai oraina3T metal bed YOU will -never Iiave that Chopped( wheat, per cwt. i.5f Rolled Oats, per 80 lb. sack 2.75 Feed wheat, per cwt 17-- HIDES Dry o.OS 0.12 Uured 0.06 Green _ _ It is every bit as good a higher-priced sisters. For "Ideal" Metal Beds. Send for The Philosophy of Sleep "-ask for Booklet No BEDDING ;