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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, 1911. TIIK LETHDJtmOK DAILY is now complete have the largest and most up-to-date assortment in our history, and positively the best that ever came into the city. Our "Clothing" this season is entirely different from former times, and will be found to contain many new and important features Men's Shoes Wo. have so many slices that we could not here mention them all. The "Stryder" Shoe, and "20th Century'1 are specializing. New lasts Hint comprise style and comfort and will give wear. Prices and Men's Sweaters v-rLastryear business ,in Sweaters because people have come to re- gard them as 'a necessity for the cold spells and hard weather we get in Winter. High necks, low vest styles, with or without sleeves, in colors and kinds Men's Suits Our Men's Dept. has been in- creased to meet with the bigger de- mands made upon it from time to time. "Only the best" is our motto. Cloth- ing made by Me Alpine Ilichardson, Faultless and Goodl.'orm and utlicr leading makers recognized the best in Canada. The textures this season will be imported Scotch Tweeds, Cheviots and Heavy Worsteds. Call and look over .our stock. It will be sure to ere-' ate interest. no, to Men's Underwear From the licavy fleece lined to all pure woolin light, heavy and medium weights. Such makes as Stan- field's, Nelson, Wolsey and other high grade lines. Combination underwear as well as the in a large variety. Per 50e, 75c, up Men's O'coats Overcoats this season will be quite different from other seasons. Collars in the auto and military style.' New velvet collars. Tight and loose fitting backs. Some coats long, others medium length. Textures in heavy Scotch and Canadian Tweeds. Also some coats in black, made from Carr's Imported Melton. Men's Fur O'coats A larger selection than we have ever had before. Fur collars with black Italian quilted linings, Kac- coon.s, Bearskin, Thibet Bul'hilo. Mar- mot, Muskrat lined with either Per- sian Lamb or Otter Collar. Some lined throughout with chamois. Lack of space prevents us to mention all our fur coats.' Men's Gloves Such makes as Dent's, Perrin's and other leading gloves. Work gloves made bf muleskin, horsehi.de.-and other strong leath- ers in gaunllets and ordinary styles. Win- ter gloves and mitts iij wool, mocha and capeskin, with .fur, silk and wool fining. Suede, French kid and calf for present wear 50c, 75c, up Men's Hats season, combina- 'tion color in the Dauntless Soft Fell, greys, bronze, brown and black in heaver felt. A new.shape in soft hats with neat ca- det brim, in assorted colors and black bands. A big selection in all now colors and styles.- Jlany new shapes in stiff hats now to Ask to see our Ladies' Fur Coats Alberta Block The Great Clothiers of the Great West 5th Street Ask to see our New American Crawford Shoes of Folks Use Only Cascsirets [They never have Headache, Bilious- nets, Sluggish Liver or Boweli or a Sick, bom1 Stomach No odds how bs.il your liter, ston- ia.ch or howe'.y; I'ow much your head aches, how miserable airl uncomfort- able ynt nro indi- gestion, and in- always got tlio desired results with Cascarets and qnicklj', too; Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable another moment; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dimness, nervousness, j sick, sour, gassy stomach, backache and all other distress; cleanse your Inside organs' ot nil the poison and effete matter which is producing the misery. Take a Cascnret now; don't wait un- til bedtime. In all the world there is no remedy like tins. A ID-cent box means health, happiness and 'fi clear head for months. No move days of gloom and distress if you will take a Cnsctret now and then. AH druggists lell Don't forget, tho child- liltlo Insides need a good, KcuUe nleansirnr, too. TAK FROM NEW W by a larg-s man, and two otters came inoinont later. "If you make a noise, 1 will kill said the largre man, and tlie Chinaman, nearly frlghlellcd to ilsath, did not raako a sound. The Iv.-o smaller men Uion him with the Chinaman's own ItamlkcrcIiM. They tied his feet anil hands, and look him to (.he basement, where I hey tied him lo a iios't. It wna not until two hours later that to free himself aw! get out. Then h'.? rushed right over to New Westminster, Sept. hundred and fifteen thousand dollars were stolen early this morning from n. 'branch of the Bank of Montreal In 'Ms city. Five burglars entered the iwnk by tire front door'and broke through the thin, metal of the vault, blew open tho safe by charge of nitre-glycerine, and '.got away with their booty witliout being seen ex- cept by a Chinese caretaker. 'They probably escaped down the Fraaer river by" a launch, or else 'by nr. auto, mobile towards Vancouver, 'but of tlrey got away there la nn direct ovlttonw. There was In nil In the tenl: sates. Chief bf Police liradahaw believes the men would have taken It all it they could have carried It. It was. l.lmy look all y could curry a'.vjiy, leaving all iho silver and notes of small denomina- tions, as well as damaged five 'dol- lar and dollar bills laying aronng- the floor and lables of th'a room of one of the clerks. The first alarm of the robbery came at six o'clock, when a Chinesi named Hong, came running to tlis pollca station, which lo less than twenty-five yards from tho bank, cry- that the place had beetl robbed. Hu said that he had entered the bank at -UO th'g morning, and this time Is corroborated by a policeman, who that he sow (ho ChlHa.- man going- towards (ho bank at ab- ut four o'clock. The Chinaman eayn that he on-aired tho door at the front of Inc. office on Columbia street, in- nj; the paps key. Ik- had no nooner foot insic'.e when 1m was for the children. Keep the little ones hapny and instil Into their mliuls a linovvledgo of the world's best music through the VICTOH. Prices from up. B.isy payments. MASON R1SCH, LTD. Dominion Blk. Phone 791 GOOD SERMON BY AN EVANGELIST their honest doubts and difficulties. ITc'saii! many donlit if they can hold out, but liu plainly showed it was nof; a question of l.huir holding out tlic temptations of men having been "in all points tempted like as we antl is ready to help, the mafi who is tempted. Third, while Jesus Hasing his rcmsirJfs upon'the words, "Whence ft no west tlion nu- John Mr. Clark again Wednesday uv- iiing in Ihe Fifth Avenue Haptist, church presenlfitl to an interested con- hut ;v question of Clirisl holdinj; out. jkiiew ,1 man's doubts ami temptations Second, he stated that Jesus, knew'He with him. grcgiition iiiiiiiy solemn and heart- j searching thoughts. In the first place j he staled that this mysterious in-! sight into the hearts of men which j .Jnsus had. is shown.' in many of the: gospel narratives. KV knew that for all Peter was impetuous lie was true- hearted. and would remain firm to the end, consequently Me gave, him his now name Cephas or Rock. Likewise knowing N'icodcmus lie turned the conviction into Hie right, channel when lie said, "Yc must lie horn igafn." Then Mr. Clark asked his j hearers if (her had ever turned aside from the business and worry of the day to ask themselves the question, What does Jrsus know about me The evangelist dealt, with some things .Jesus does know, ;ts, first, ;hal there were, people in the cnngre- who wore not Christians, hut I was not because (hey had no de- to he, ralhor hucausc they had EUREKA THEATRE TO-NIGHT EASTER BABIES A pretty juvenile picture play of childish belief, innocence and. simplicity. THE SLAVE OF CARTHAGE, A splendid Roman drama. UUMl-riOUS AS RCWKO Comic: MOHE nAlSVPlCTUJRES lOc and 13c ;