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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, ScptemlKM- l.'J, ID 12 THE LEW HIM HERALD Mggj New Merchandise Arrivin I HOLD THAT GENTLEMAN TO BE BEST DRESSED, s WHOSE DRESS NO ONE OBSERVES. Now Men are After Again these half-yearly searches for new out-fitting. As always 'the first seekers come to the Bentley Co.'s store for men, knowing that the wear that stands the test of fashion is here. They will Men's New Suits Of a style that has rare distinction. Natural shoulders and soft rolling lapels on coats and the trousers a trifle narrow. Suits in which a man looks lithe and well proportioned anil not like the stern view of a cab. In fancy tweeds, and worsteds, ..cheviots and to Men's New Ties Silk four-ih-liand and silk knitted ties in the rich new shades of autumn. New Persian pat- terns and neat stripe effects. Men's New Hats If a man likes individuality iii his Inn without freakishness, and every man knows how iiard this is to get in men's recommend our new models in STETSON'S and HAWES-VON- GAL. Men's New Shoes Tn which the smartest features Canadian footwear are shown, in all sorts of leathers and weights. (Second floor) to Dainty Crystal Trimmings DAINTY CRYSTAL TRIMMINGS, Guipure and narrow Soutaches, waved and edged with narrow gilt braid. Crocheted buttons in all sorts of shapes and sizes. And there is not such another collection in Lethbridge. The New Dress Trim- mings in Braids and Junipers Are In From France and England, they come, these newest autumn costumes and drosses. Suggestions'of "nature 1 in the way of narrow gilt braid, with exquisite floral design attached. A variety of soft delicate shades, displayed in ar- tistic combinations; others In plain silver and gilt and bronze effect. Fine black lustrous braid set in wtth rich color- ing of scarlet encircled by gilt and finished with serpentine edge. New Frocks, New Suits, New Coats, New Skirts CROWDING INTO THE SHOW ROOM OF. WOMEN'S APPAREL Among the New Dresses Are charming gowns for afternoon and evening wear, in the new graceful style and lovely color- ings. Messalaines with Chiffon over drape aud taffetas. to And more practical gowns of serges and tweeds aud velvet cord. to Among Tailored Suits See many new and delightful models from the most practical serge and homespuns to rich and beautiful velvets. You will like the nc.w length coats, and belted in effects and other nov- elties. to There are many New Skirts for the Separate Skirt promises to enjoy a share of the season's fashions. Among the new comers are Panarns, Serges, Tweeds. to As to the New Top Coats You will appreciate tlium best with your own eyes. For a printed description cannot convey the softness and beauty "of the new cloths, the attractive colorings and the good styles. to New Fancy Linens for October Breezes The newoBt creations in lace edged and fancy silk embroidered centre pieces, tray side- hoard covers, etc. Never has this store shown linen of such exquisite daintiness. Small pieces maj be put chased foi a.s little dfa 75c CO itinging up to Neckwear and Waists New waists with long sleeves. Just out of their wrappings today, are new models, all with high cut. or lace collars, and sleeves, edged with lace frills, in some cases turn back lingerie cuffs Shot Messalaine are in the. lead, with many vew tailored waists with soft collars following. to New Piece Goods Too The new fall wrapperettes are here in waist and iiiniona patterns, floral designs, pollra dots, and bordered goods. New warm autumn color- illRS. 25c. per yard For the Little Fellows who need warmer clothing English Jersey Suits, with sweater buttoning over shoulder. Pants, cap matching In color. Suitable for .children from three to seven years Plata colors, stripes, mostly navy and cardinal, colors most adapted for the little ones. Special Preserving Fruit Prices: Finest Freestone Peaches per bos. Italian 4 bskts Finest B.C. Apples 40-lb cases Cantelopes 3 for 25c IS "BIACK HANDER" HAD SENT THREATENING LET TERS TO BED BY'DETECTIVE Seattle, .Sept. digging pniiitocs for JO days uii lln.- farnr of i August. jMslier, a shurt distance norih j 01" city, County Detective .1, .Sampson, had liccn lo! discover the writer' of Idlers lo Fisher, anrsiril AtUuir j it fallow farm liaii'l, j tndiiy, as lie wiis scttiiiR lire to cr's hiitn. l-'or i wo months Fi'siier, ulio is ivcifltln, lias received letters eniiig liis life and ttie lives of his ami five children if he did nut! MAY VISIT LETHBRIDGE Toronto newspapers report that Keir Har-Jie, M.P., on his trip to the West, will visit tlie mining camps in Southern AI- bertu. DISTRICT NEWS il FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT CONYBEARE, CHURCH McARTHUR P.O. Box 659. City plate in gold where the writer of Hie letters cnnM find them. Last -fnly Fisher's barn was burn-; I'd, but Hoffman, who slept in the; loft, escaped unscathed, llofiiimn greatly interested in "black lumd letters" and Volunteered to proitvt the Fisher family, frequently running from the Ijaru at night and tiring a pistol at mythical intruders, hut the Idlers continued to come regularly. Ten days ago Fisher appealed in llie .sheriff and Sampson, disguised as; a farm hand, appeared at the Fisher Iimne and went lo work in tlie potato lielri, sleeping at night with Hoftnun.. At first HoiTinan was suspicious (f' tlie newcomer, hut prow- ess as a potato digger won H off man over and lie confided to the detective that he thought Fisher ought to give. up Mie money. Tlin ddedive watched I nolTimui closely jii'lci: the receipt of a letter Monday threatening to dyna- mite llic Fisher hmi.v ;md arresletl liim fdilay just after he hail .set fire to the new barn. Hoffman 1.1 in the county jail. BURMIS- Burinis, Alta.. Sept. Sclireder, who has been prospecting for ihe Head Syndicate north of Blairmori' arrived back in camp this week. Charlie states some nice seams of coal were struck, one in particular six'y feet thick, A foot null aamo was played off here Tliis wer-k between the miners and the 'boys on the haulage, which re- sulted in a win for the miners by a score of 5 The haulage boys not, being satisfied with the result have a challenge fqr a replay. Harry Fisher received a slight in- jury to his leg with a jricre of cap rock whiles at work in the mine this week, and we trust, that it won't be long until he is able to get, around again. A. Corrie of the Western Canada Wholesale, U. C.. was a busi- ne.-is visitor to town last week cud. Tom Duncan. "Mine Host'' of the rns.ilnirg Hotel, was looking up old acquaintances this week. Another pony race has been arrang- ed to lake place next week end be- tween Carbon's pony and Glover's pony for Sli'i a side. A. P. Hughes, manager of the Un- ion Bank at Passburg, was a business visitor to town oil Monday. The matched pony vaco between pony and (Hover's pony was tills week, Carson's uorbc win- jfiing easily. COAL CITY Coal City, Sept. are sorry1 to have (o report the death of Mrs. I JJartlotl, who parsed away a week ago; after suffering for six weeks; from typhoid fever. A week viously Mrs. Hartleit was apparently rceovcrhw hut a relapse set in and she besan to sinK rapidly and all ef- forts to save her were of no avail. Throughout this period she WHS faithfully aad umirinf-ly nursed by her sister. Mrs. Hinl, to whom u trib- ute oujrhi to bu paid. The funeral took place at Tabor cemetery on Fri- day afternoon IIUM, the Uev. A. Sale, vicar of Tuber, officiated. Mrs. Hart- leu was :w years of age and came jfroni 1'earedmvn, St. John, with her i husband and family In April, 1011. M'r. IJartlctt and relatives wish 10 thank all those who have tried to help in so many ways during Mrs. I Bavileti's sickness and this time of tlioir bereavement. In spite of the bad weather there was a fairly largo congregation at the evoning service iho Methodist church. A brief memorial service for Mrs. n.irdoit war, conducted by the i pastor, Rev, 1C. J. Fairweafher. Thv Ikiad March in Saul was played by Iho I Mr. Parkes, Tiie subject, for the. oveiiitiK's ser- moil was "Wlial is I In- Christian stan- No class was held I after this service, but that was not due to any laxity in interest, for so f.iv tins feature has been a flue SUC- CORS, COALDALE Coahlale, Sept. Frank Sng- glt, of Buda. Ill, id visiting at the home of his brother. Mr. H. A. Bugglt At the Ladies' Aid meeting Wed- nesday, at the parsonage, the follow- ing officers were elected. Rev. Bishop acted us cluiirnmn. President, Mrs. A. Mitchell, 1st Vice President, Mrs. W. II. Psm-son, 2nd Vice, President, Mrs. Bishop, secretary, Mrs. II. A. SiiKSitt, treasurer, Mrs. Leffler. A number of the farmers here :u- tijndcd a farmers meeting at Crystal Lake school house Wednesday oven- ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson and Mrs. A. Haley were Lethbridge shop- pers on Tuesday. WHEAT CENTRE Wheat H. Wickman having just returned 'from Montana, where he was looking up some land with the intention of buy- ing, has returned to Wheat Centre, and is now spending a few days with his friend, ,1. U Mott. A number of boys a very pleasant Sunday at the ranch of Mr. anil Mrs. M. U Findlay. Threshing is tied up for a few firm; nn account of the heavy niius. Wheat in ihis district is averaging from to 'iO biifiholfi jwr acre. Jimmie Skolton has purchased a new machine. ICrncat Slattlli lias jiurclianed a very nice driving leiim, II'SQ a new Imggy aud harness. DON'T FORGET THE MEET- ING TONIGHT IN S. O. E. HALL 8 O'CLOCK SHARP Major Stewart M.P.P. in the Chair James K. Hancock has Icfi, his home steail to take up the trade in Taber. Jack McDonald has sold his horses and machinery and intends speudjng Ute winter at the ccasi., Mrs. M. R. Hawg bas returned borne after spending throe weeks with nor friends in Wheat Centre, .Sept. 12. Peter Dnlsmon is building an addition 'to his house. I. Shaw anil sons are threshing for V.r. Ilaily on his large farm norih of rent re. Mr. Ilaily reports the jiraiu turning out gouil and oi a fair grade-. !CHIEF GILLESPIE REINSTATED (Continued from front The sixty day clause in the Chief's letter of resignation was the only point on which the Council bulked. They wanted the resignation to go into effect at. the end of September, and It. is understood that this will I included in he report, which will bo made known on Tuesday, Didn't Consider Petitions While the Coimcil was discussing i the line of action to take, the tines- j tlon of trying to force ilio handy of the aldermen on matters of official j appointments and dismissals a a waa done by means of tlie petitions in thy GiHespic ease, was discussed. Tho pe- tition way received grateful but was never mentioned until the report of the police had been pre- pared. The proposal to appoint a police commission was also disciis-aod at some length, although informally, and the Herald is led to oeliev that within a very short time this courso will bu adopted. Kgan and fiilliker, It is also stood, were reinstated, on "the ground that the investigation, more or less i inst.igatt'd by them was productive o( I results in clearing up some rather j culiar conditions, which existed in force, but it is ulfio understood (hoy will be asked to resign forthwith, ;