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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD IPage? CLARKE PboBe453 Acadia Block Superb New Suits And Coats Shown in a wonderfully complete variety of styles and materials, and at prices to suit every purse Ifrom tlic most inexpensive to the highest priced this display represents (lie, most iiUraulive iiud be- coming models ever fen lured by this store, nnd good as.stocks of former seasons have umlcubttdly been, it far surpasses till previous showings, not only in attractiveness, excluslvciiess and wide variety ol choice, but in moderate prieing as well. 'Take advimtagc of early selections and secure 'Choice toillULTOW. Trimmed Hats Ol Exteptlonal Attractiveness and extremely low In price to Don't think that because prices' arc "low, these liats are not stylish and up-to-date, Just the reverse is.thc actual case unusual facil- ities for handling this bead- wear Is directly responsible for theao exceptionally fine creations at such remarkably lorc prices. We are selling agents for various American houses which, are recognized leaders In their tine and'have arrang- ed to "have a representation "of all the new creations sWp- ptd to or.e of a kind and all exclu- sive with this store. Handsomely Tailored Suits to'siiiVOO Featuring the famous North- way and other leading makes, which are confined exclusively' to this store. AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN A LOW PRICED SUIT Right up lo dale in every de- tail, made of splendid quality nary cheviot coat cutaway front, 34 Inches loos, silk liae'd. Skirt o-.aclo with high waistline, cut moderately narrow. UNEQUALLED ASSORTMENT AND UNBEATABLE Materials arc heavy cheviots and rich tweeds In col- ors navy, brown. and givj, pt tailored or neatly Irltmned 'with velvet and IniUona, cutaway coals, silk or satin lined, plain or draped skirt. Beautiful New'Coats. to WearabMUy ar.i general com- fort have been the chief consid- erations In the selection of these coats along with style and mod- erate pricing. TUESDAY SALE OF COATS REPRESENTS EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE lively rteh cloths in diagonal curia, blanket cloths and heav- iest tweeds, raade up In the most attractive styles of the SS2BOH. convertible collars, losv- Eit belt, trimmed with hand- some buttons, touches of vel- vet, silk bindings, BEAUTIFUL HIGH GRADE COATS REMARKABLY CHEAP Handsomest styles it is pos- sible to procure, featuring the new draped effects in some models, blanket cloths, curl cloths, diagonals and.tweeds In the richest and very best mater- ials of the season.: .Fall and Winter Coats f or Misses, Girls and Children Such particularly becoming styles, such cosy materials, and so very reasonably priced that makes it wise to select yours early while stocks are complete For Misses Alsvays hard to get j-j3t lue right style for the uiSea just budding Into womanhood, but Jjave been BUC- ceasful this season In galluring for your selection coals la all the new styles mattrlala. particularly suited for ralssc-s of from H lu IS ycats cf age. Popularly priced at from to For Girls Heavy diagonal In atS the now tvo-touo effects, Illankc1. Cloths la grey, scarlet hud uavy. made up Into real jaunty styles lu plain "ulsttr effect, others In Iho jjouular Red Kiver style, 30UJ6 in lialkan cKcc's with uli'e holt at hip line. For ages C to to For Children Tor tho iittfo we hive an extremely In Teddy Hear Cloth, White Kearskin, Car- dinal or Navy Rlauket CloLh and Velvet Cords in all vasited Sizes for tots of from I lo 0 years. Excellent values ai from (o Ladies' Satin, Silk and Moirette Underskirts This season's numbers are made on the Blralgnt lines EO much in demand and most all have a Bar- row accordeon pleate-d, Silks and Satins are here lu abundance and may be had in every wanted champagne, emerald, purplo cadet, navy, tan, also blade and white. Prices as high as and as low as and ai all in-between in-less......... THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES FOUND! A Sum-of Money Is It Yours? Fa'jud. in our Blore on Sat- urday evening a sum of nion- cj. Owner U welcome to Sam.? !jy jiroiing ownership. Apply at -Manager's Office. THOMAS McNABB FURNISHES DENCE' OF. SUITABILITY "OF CLIMATE -TO FRUIT. -GROWING WATERION PARK "Any man wire grows a windbreak can apples in Southern .That Eouritls, rather dogmatic, does U tlio'ican who said it pro- diiced ths'goods to-back it so tbcro not atiytbing so dogmatically era- jibatic about it after 'Tha speak- er was Mr. oE Turin, .in old-timer whom every old-timer and whonv every new-timer pleaspd to shahe'hahda with. Me- Nahb hoa r.ot a orchard. Ho didn't go In for trait growing.' He on- jy has two rows, and he Is Barry Oldn't plant.-an acre. .K Uiat sorrow grows real contrition Air. Mc- will likely put in, an acre. Hs grew a windbreak, and has some treos mahe hi_s liprae "a. home' worth living In. Six year's .ago he sent to Hrandon tor the fruit Ueea and has tbe fruit to show tliatFSoutlicrn Al- berta Vows fho staple variellcs, and leaves it to more tropical climes to produce the figs and oranges Mr. McXabb baa apples, crabs and plums. Iwo or tbree varieties of each, and c-ll ttie trecg'are bearing fam- ily have been using the apples since Ihe middle of July. Mr. McXibb brought aaibples of Ihe apples F.nd pluraa to lli'e city today, nnd the lor- (tict-Ia "they are all right. The are big and Round, and flnn coding i fruit. The plums wore Mly ripened Rijd qtmlity. Mr. MeXabb liasn't a suggPRtlon of a doubt ,15 lo I the possibilities of fruit growing in j Southern jtlherU, and thinks tvery I farmer should at least have cnonglt to supply his1 own household. Ths culUvftdon of a windbreak to protect the trees from the w breezes Is the stafthie point. rincher Creok, Sept. sug- gestion that Walerton Lakes Park be eniarged" Is .well advised nod .meets with tbe approval of all lovers of na- ture In the southern part or the pro- Discouraged By Drink Habit The drink lialilt Is a dUcouragtni tiabit both lo and to Ui' drlDkcr's t( you aro dlacour- SfiCil by repeated failures to sfo; drinking, invcstignlo. the N'eal Hatilt Trcalmcnt, Is a sure harmlc-ss vegetable remeJj' that' inovcn craving and noccsaily for drink in three Iho use of dynodermlc injections. Call, or phone for particulars. Get our proofs that the .Xesl. Treatment will make you a man, and in south eastern Columbia, When the 'park was flint surveyed tn 1910 the southern bound- ary extended for six miles along tho International boundary from its inler- Ecction at the B.' C. line. This made but an imaginary, line, between the Waterloo Lakes and GJacler -N'ationa 'arks. Tfco other dimension was nine liles, making an enclosure ot fifty our square mlks. In this there was bout 15 square ruiles of good and which would have made, excel ent feeding grounds for any wild an mals that might be placed In. th< park. But greatly to the .dlsappointmen of those Interested in the park, an nouucement was made .in 1912 tha ts boundaries bad been cut down t< .3.5 square miles. It Is' understoot bat tho principle on which the ductioa was made was that the parl 1 not be of any larger area than the department was in a position tc t-asonably Improve and make aval! ible for the public. since the chang wag made, prolrpla bave been rccch til against reduction and Ihe.queslio: now under consideration- as t whether the old areas tftould be re- stored or extension of tome kin made In Ijt'c 'houndarjy, f.he'flrstypix tests arose in August of -last yea when protests were made through. Ih newspapers teat large numbers while and Indian hunters proposed I lake .advantage- of the removal... parka supervision .from a to Important fcrceiiljp ground to Ibis .area "and slaughter the game'b The brancft [ook.'prbmi action to prevent tho proposed slaugl ler, with results that wore eminent! satisfactory. N'otwIthstandinB the action of Sup nrown, he is still of'iae opinion tha the park should be enlarged. R fcirtOb'to It in is salt enlargement of. the .pa'rk greatly (Usired by the people of I] district and by all sportsmen frere an H. KING, FRUIT SALESMAN WILL HAVE TO CHANGE HIS METHODS MILADI EDITED BY PHONES Offlte Res. 31. AutuMhi's W. A.t when excellent Ijshed her, wrapped it in five bundles ocal talent wjil assist. ar.d dropped the bundles in the Hud- T son river. TLe Women's Missionary society oM ._. _ iVesley and "Westminster churches will receive clothing on "the last Thursday of this month. AnyViie having such, :indly leave same Wesley church or phone 1353 for rig 'Age.Is an oppoilunily no less an! youth itself, though in another dress; id'as the '.evening twilight .fades away The sky is filled with stars, invisible by As travellers oit looi back at ere Vhen eastward darkly going, To gaze upon that light they- leave Still faint behind them 3o when the close oi pleasure's To gloom liatli'near consigned us, We tuin to caSctr oae fading ray 01 joy that's leit behind us. _T: Muriel1'Macieod has from uncle's, ranch "near Cowtey. y .for the first time in Lelhbridge. The spacious adorned withr grcea'ery. home was prettily numerous- ferns and .and "Mre; Miss1- Martindalc, of England, guests with Jolinstene. Mi. and Mrs. L. M. September 2Sth will be .rally day in Knos Sunday, school and ail the; societies aro gathering the'r forces for the fall worX: After nearly two liours of tearlh' Idence subralltetl by tha prosecution the close cross-examination of everal wltneaaes, Ray H. KiriR was ils laorning convicted before Police 'aglsVrate of being a transient rader, as defined by the city bylaw, nd fined the exorbitant and 'startling um of lone dollar and King has been doing business In (ho ity for several weeks, selling fruit o a large number of merchants with- ut purchasing a license for the same. te had been told that as long as he' old only to wholesalers he would not u troubled. But he sold to retailers. s well under cover of the Lethbridge Voduco Co., for whom he atted as aleamon of his own goods. Thai is, be goods did not become the property f the Lethbrldge Produce Co., until o bad found a market .for, them, when the latter would reap a commls- Rev.'Canon McMillen will 'return tonight-from Spokane, where he .de- livered, an address at the convention of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. v and Mrs.-'B. B.1 McCarty 'are rejoicing ovor of a da'isgb- ter yesterday morning. ff c Mrs. Goode, who has been visiting icr son, Mr- II. J- tor Winnipeg on Saturday. Mr.' (Jbode is convalf'scing rapidly Irom his-recent lon- on sale. But the offence was not taken to be n intentional evasion ot .the byla.v, ir.d Mr. King yrlll be allowed -to i pose of fruit In Inb city without tali, out a licence, provided he sells' only o wholesalers, and docs not sell from ho car as he has been doing. Til. that s necessary fs that tin sells .direct to he wholesaler before Is ahip- ped, when he ranks as an, ordinary commercial traveller. And .hefbiay sell lo tho Tttail trade, provided lie acts merely as an agent for the whole- saler for wlium he works. Oeorge Kerr, N'. B. Johnston and Forbes gave evidence" for.the proEecullon, and W. H. Smith for- (be defence. City Solicitor Ball acted In ieha'.t of Ihe city, (trill C. F. P.. Cony; beare for the delence. v attack-ol typhoid fever. Mis. Tracy, who' received at the entrance' to the drawing room, was handsomely gvwncd_ iti willow blue charmeuse, touched with crimson aid wore an exquisite bouquet of Ilich- rhond roses. .Miss Tracy was wearing a chic of pale hluc cliiflon mountcil on pink satin with passementerie adornment. I Miss Miriam Tracy was gowned in I a pretty creation of Alice blue silk with lace, and pearl accessories. Miss-Rachel Trary was dainlf in white-voile with'Shadow lace. ed in receiving, had 'rtorined'an elab- orate, costume of paddy green satin veiled in gold dotted net and black picture hat with green plumes. The drawing room' assistants were Mrs. P.'A.' Stoltze, beautifully gown- ed in black char'n'ieuse'. with heavy cieam lace veiled in chiffon and black plumed hat; 51rs. Van'cJcwatfr effectively gowned'in royal blue silk- elaborated willi heavy lace and black and Mrs.' H. H. Oragi; in a smart tan foulard gown and black beaver hat. The tea table was very pretty with Its centre graced with a basket ol white carnations resting on a mir- ror, garlands ol smilax being grace- fully pretty. Mrs. McKiltop, who cut the ices, distinctive gown ol black silk with touches of while and black A men's ir.eotinc will held In SL Paul's Lutheran church at seven- thirty tomorrow evening. AH'the mt-a of the congregallou, "are Purged lo be present. Priest Who Went Wrong (Continued From Front 'heap Grade of Party Politics Tcom Iroat lure soniDlhinK..ot to loll you." With his superior Schmidt then retired (o Ihc study wfceje (he latter all that had transpired in the flat at No. 68 Ilrad-' hurst a'rcnuc, where his alleged con-! fpssion to the police says he mur- dered the girl. fatter I'luntmann conferred with his other assistants- and it .was agreed that the authorities sho'Jld be notified. The however; were even then on Schmidt's trail, and his n the government and welfare of the'- country? have hcarj ot postmasters in" arge towns and cities being removed rom office for similar offences' Jut in this he not only removes :ho official, hut also the Be; 'ore doing the latter, vrould it not liave been h'jt just" if he had made inquiries into the postal facilities In. the district. Does he realize Itat'a't- the present Ume some of resi-' deuts in the those rvho live In the neighborhood of Lake Pakowki, have to make a journey ol irom scvea to ten miles to. procure- their maU? If the office is movert to the western part the a ther tu-o or three miles will be added- to this dislance. If this is the Con- servative way of granting privileges to the people, then remain a., Radical. Thanking you in anticipa- tion, I remain, Sir, Yours truly, atrest f shortly. HIS EARLY RECORD W. GKO. SMITH. Failli, Alia. NIAGARA VISITED BY SEVERE SI. Catharines, Out., Sopt cording to reports from the different. Sir: Otis Shurtlelt and Mr. T. II. Nunns, of Coatleook, are in the city, guests of the former's son, .Mr. Shur- tleff aciounlr.n; of the of Com- merce.' Sir. Shurtleff is'an uncle o[ the lawyer of the same name, who defended Harry K. Mr. W. J. Rtevens, principal the agricultural school .at Claresholm, Mrs. Stevens, of'St. Mary's, Ont., and. Miss Lottlo.Wodd of Claresholm, rnotored to the city-on Saturday and spent tr.e week-end with the latler's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood, Ernest St. Mr. Brymner, manager Hank of Commerce, wijl In have caarfcc. of St. Augustin's..choir' as musical director. .The choir will-be re-organized this week and the mem- bers ate invited to the' home o! -Mr. [3. Wednesday cven- mfct the'new director. "n.t Maple Club has issued in- vitations fo a dance. In the, S. 0. B. jail '.on 19th, when'1 Nttcls' orchestra'. -will furnish the tiijlsic.-." The charge are Messrs.': At Hi .Dannerman, George I'll Fleetwbod, B..' .H. ann'O.- silk with touches of while ana black Munich, where he was arrested on a and purple chapeau. charge of committing a number ol Mrs. A. 0. Cameron poured tea [frauds, according to the newspapers. Sept. 15. The parts of the fruit belt, Saturday .and Journal today says that. Johannes 'Sunday night's frosls fiuise.'! Schmidt, heiooging to the .damage to the lo-; Dishopric, hns heen long under sus- mate anil melon lines. There were picion or the Bishop, lie disappear-'plenly of these killed along the Irom Mainz, and later arrived and was wearing a lorely gown ct j Alter he had been aquitled iy the dull rose sftk with Dresden ana lacejcourt on the ground'or and while and black hat. ness, he emigrated to NCK- York. The lain ridge, where potato [ops were nh- nipped. West of this city vinos' were killed within a mils of Lake lario, something unknown at Ihls daU, In many years. The viands were served hy .Miss Episcopate was not avrare Stollze In a clinging costume of delf that he was exercising the Junctions blue and gold End Miss Tabor in a stylish, gown of pale blue smartly touched with red. voile ol a priest in York. Schmidt studied at the Mainz classical high school. He was or- Little Lois Traey, frocktd in white daitied a priest in 1007, afterwards with pink ribbons, admitted many auesls. OUTSTANDING MAN REMOVEO KmtnpCBt, Hungary. Sept. Armenlus Van Dory, one of Ihc bbsl known tra'vellers anj Orlentailsts o' the nlneieonlh died fern. Ip day Ir. his'eighty-second on tho United States side. Thi Camp- flre Club of America la very anxious to co-operate with any action for tho protection of our fast dis- appearing; game. There a van area here that srems to bo useless for any Juit Like Nitural ReJourcet.Pror (Grain (Jrowers Dulde) Mr. Bordcn loured thg MSI Just prior to the last elccllon ho prom- ised the farmers thai i( elect'cri.hi) would Jiavo a cooperative bill enact ed that would enable the farmera "to establish co-operatlTO societies. Does Mr. Rorden propoao fo fulfil the prom ise he then maile, or was It made for (lection jurposcs? A pretty wedding .was solemnized at eleven o'clock Ibis morninp at.the residence of the bride's mother, 102 Second avenue, when Miss Minnie (L McKay, became Ihe bride of Mr. Han- del Gordon Ollkes, C. P. n. engineer. Mr. and Mrs. Gillies will reside In the city; the occupying curacies at Darmstadt, Se- llngstadt, Oonzenheiui and Hut gel, near Olienbach, whence he disappear-! ed In 1959 because, according to Ihe AND SOCIETIES local papers, he was found to he in possession of false papers 'and had obtained his position hy means ni fabricated escaped prosecution at the time by rtisappra'r- UHANI) HIM AN'-IMI'OSTER TyciVxll was a' hostess 6h_ -.she entertained sp'me'Vt'Kenly-toiir little Iriehds ol her Sydney, in honor ol his .sixth birthday. Miss .Doris "tuckwcll os- being prettily adorf.fd urilh sweet peas and iums: geran- The Ladles' Aid ol Wesley church will not meet this week. 1 The Women's Auxiliary ol SI. Au- gusfin's chinch w'ill r.ot meet to- morrow but on .Tuesday ot next week. The Sunday school tr.icb.ccs and ol- ficm ol St. Andrew's chuich will meet In the church at eight o'clock this evening. tut The Ladies' Aid of fit. Andrew's church will meet at the mans: thh etenlng at 8 o'clock. N'ew York, X. Y., Sept. 15.-In the hope ol branding as an imposter and pscudo priest, the Her. Hans .Schmidt, the alleged sell-confessed slayer ol Anna A. Mueller, victim 61 New York's river murder mystery, chuich authorities bigan today a investigation 'ol Schmidt's "Favorite Verses In Gospel'1 After supper the little tots en- wnj oe {he topic at St. 'Andrew's were fol- Christian Endeavor tomorrow even- loirtd competition', Inlp nhfch .the cliildren entered heartily and for which suitable pjijts were iwardcd. Scores ol smartly gowned visitors look- the opportunity o! welcoming Mr_s. Joseph J'. Tracy1 and her daugh- Ipr's to the city on Saturday alter- hoon, .wbcn thej' itre'at home form- The IVillard W. C. T. U. will meet at iwo-thitty on Thursday afternoon in Westminster 'church. All ladies arc cordially invited. Tonight is the ni'ght'cl the Wealing and McHaye dramatic recital in (he S. 0, n. hall, under the-auspicw of record and his lo ordin- afion- "We hopr, of course, to be able to irove that this' unspeakable minister was an tmposter and that he had been using forged declared Mons. vicar-general cl the arch diocese of N'ew Yotk. "That is something which ne aro. to rlrar up now. He came to this'dio ctse with credentials which were ap- parently in every way authentic and genuine, but we know practically nothlns ol him. His crime la too horrible lo conceive. We cm only hope that he may prove to have been a pseiido priest." In his cell in the Tombs, with his coal as n pillow, Schmidt slept soundly through the night and arose ol a heatly hrtaktasl. He had little to "add to his con le- sion of last niglit, in which he is s.iid lu have loli! Kit pvticc ha killed his victim as she l.iy in ted, cut up her hoily in the bafli tub ol .Ihe department' where he hail estab- H ACK ACHE ISA, DANGKK Kidney Bladder Dis- orders, Rheumatism and Serious Follow Tbere are other symptoms, such as pains in the region the kidneys, "nervousness, 7-iness, tired and woinout fell- ing, weak bladder, or urinary are just as dan- gerous, for the slightest kidney-.- derangement if neglected may' develop into the deadly disease, dropsy or dtabeetes. It 13 not only dangerous, biif needless, or you to suffer and endure the tortures of these" troubles for Crosone promptly- enda al cucb misery. There Is no more remedy for kidney, bladder trouble and rheumatism, than Croxone, because it reaches the caune. it soaks right Into the, hlrtncyp, through the walls, linings; cleans .out the up pores, neutralizes and 'dis- solves the poisonous uric ac'd and waste matter, that lodge in; 'the- joints and muscles and etiuEe those terrible pains, and makes the" kidneys filter the poison from the blood and drives It out of the system. Three doses of Croxonc a day, SOT a few days is often all that Is ever needed to relieve worst backache or overcome" disagreeable urinary You will find Croxone ent from other remedies. It is- so prepared that It Is cally impossible to take It out results. An original pack- age of coats hut a, trifle, 'and.' all dragglsis arc nulborlred chase prlco IR It should .a single -i'.' ;