Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Hi, 'l illi go a Ihe road to satisfaction wliere meat is concerned G.A.DeIany CHOICE MEATS Phone 452 EDITED BY Office Phone'1224. Residence Phone 774. "To Ih'ino own self he true, 'And it must follow, us the night the fTlip'i cans't not then .man." Mrs. II. Dentley Monday fulernoon. Mr. Carl .Morse is week-end in Calgary, he false to any spending Ihe Mr. tJharles' Malcolm, Toronto, was iii tin: -city yesterday en route to Calgary for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 'Sloan, of On- tario, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pchrct, 127SI Third Ave., S. Mrs. S. .1. Shepherd left this after- to spend a couple of weeks at her home m Mapln A male quartette, composed o Messrs. Potts, Lockwooil, English ant Cooper, has been formed with Mr. J W- as director. The matcria' is excellent, and the result shoul; prove to be an attraction to the mu- sic-laying people of Lcthhridgc. Mr, Eugene A. Ball, first vice-prc wident of" the Brotherhood of Loco- motive Firemen and lOngincmen ol America, is spending the in Mrs. B. Renter, who has been at the coast for two months, is ex- pected horn on Tuesday liHh. Mr. Renter left two weeks ago to accom- pany, Mrs. Renter on the. return trip l-Jor many friends will be glad to know she. Is much improved in health. Mrs. Alice B. Locke, Supreme Lieu- tenant-Commander of the Lady Mac- ,MUs Hastie, of Maple, proek, who cnheea of the World, left yesterday has heen a charming house guest with for Calgary, hut will return; to Letli- Mrs. S, .1. Shepherd, left this after- noon for Medicine Hat. Miss Mastic will ie'turn to l.elhhridge later. little liridKe in about a Reek. Mrs. Locke intends to hold meetings of the Leth- Hive on September 35, 2fi anil 27. Further notice of the place of meetings wilt be 'given lat'er. The musical at Wesley church tomorrow- promise to be ex- ceptionally fine. In the morning a W- McNMcol returned this "vyhen peace like a river" afternoon frorfi a two weeks' visit rendered, and .Mr'. 'Rhynd Macieod. v j Jameson, will sinjr, "I -sing.-oi the, homeland." At tho .evening .services Mrs. J. Home, Duffenn St., has returned from a holiday trip to Cal- gary and Knnff. I. died ut War- ner, last night. Numerous friends in the city extend sincere sympathy to her sad loss. 1 The-adjourned meeting of the Relief Society will be held at the Nursing Mission, on "Monday at 4 o'clock. A large, attendance is requested. Mr. ;B; Felger, who has been spend- ing several weeks the guest of his, son, Mr. L. A. Felger, returned this morning to his home in New Spring-; field, Ohio. iTlere will, :'-'Ijicline Thjne and aV.iiolo, "Will'f there be any stars Abundant and very, lovely the flowers sent iii to the FIowerxGuild yesierday, sweet peas, pe- tunms.hojjs, mignonette, pansier and other garden in 'greater q'tian- tities than ever before. The 'Guild sincerely thanks Mrs..Boyd, Mrs. Fur- Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Rylands, Moth: Mrs. Mrs, Armstrong, Mrs. RipJcy, Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Mrs. James Koss, Mrs. McTntyre, Mrs, Howard Case, Mrs. DeVenct Mrs. 10. N. HiginbothanviUrs. G. Kobinson, Miss Grey and Mas to Brion Home. Mrs. C. F. I1. Conyheare, assiste by Miss Bawden, Miss Grey, Mis Elaine Conyheare and Miss Barassin arranged and distributed the bouquet: yesturflay. Hon. Adam and Mrs. Beck are ii London, England, where they enter lained tho General Synod at a gar den parly recently. 1 Word was received last ovcninj from Maeleod, that the Tennis Ctul of that place would be unable t come to the city for the match lo day, and rtrratigcmqnts for the tu; were at once called However, thi Maclcod cfnli arranged to come afle, all, and arrived this morning. Tin match will he playnd this afternoon it the barrack's court, but no tea will he served. The fashionable women of Letlv bridge have discovered the superior desjgns in the latest ideas in botl tailored aiul dress hats, which can always be found in Airs. Angus Mack- ie's millinery parlors at the Victoria Mansions. Mrs. Mackie. shows thi styles from Now York and Paris 'aslu'on centres, and judging fron icr crowded show rooms today, this fact is generally known throughout Ihe city. A very smart model was of the new green gold, velvet with an enormous shirred and corded crown bird, placed at the side, being the only trimming A much admired hat was a large velvet shape, caught up'direct y at the bacl with a piettv jet jucltle, and adorned 'with two meiisa willow ulnmes. A' touch of ;old gave this creation a-''very chic ppcaranct A beautifu' white bciver tnmmvd yith handsome willow jiltimi., argfe osprtj ind finished one ijnclc velvet, string, reaching the waist, shown. A nobby green ostrich eather band and mount all m the ame shade, was noticed, Shown also uas a blue er, with lolled bum riamtih trim vvitJi band and bird of he same prettyi shades. All the hits shown M Mis Mick e, are exceedingly stilish md prct- y, hut space will not permit tlig nscn'ptiou of others on realty ionic! visit the parlors and see for ourscli. Enamelware WE HAVE ON SALE SOME EXCELLENT ENAMELWARE AT" IfXRGAIN PRICES SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW Stafford Agnew out of town, ROBT. NAYSMITH PASSED AWAY The many friends of "Kobort Nay- amith of this city" will regret to learn of his death which occurred on Thurs- day, September 14th, after an illness lasting only a few days. up till a few weeks'ago the deceased had been enjoying his health, but contract- ed a malady which a short time ago gained such u hold on Ills system that death resulted. The deceased was fifty-two years of ;e, and was. well and favorably known In the. community. He came lo Leth- britlgo about twenty years ago from Penlcuik, Scotland, and ever since has been in the employ of the A. I. Co., as -a mechanic. Ho was a quiet, unassuming man, and a member ol tho Plyinotli Brethren church. His loss will be greatly mourned by his wife, who 'has the sincere sympathy of the many friends of the family in her bereavement. The funeral will be held tomorow af- ternoon from Addison's Undertaking parlors to the public cemelry at 1.30 o'clock. Who Assaulted Teacher Caught in North Da- Con- fessed Hannah, N. Sept. Sussell, of Dubuc, Iowa, wilh a host of iliases wns arrested Iiere this morij- ug and has confessed to the assault on the Canadian school teacher at 5nowflake, Man., th.us ending a hunt which has sides of the bouri- darjr in arms for several days. He vill fight extmdition. Snowflake, Sept., vas brought here at this norning: that Brown, alias "Bill Miner, ihp 'is accused by Miss Gladys Price, ichool '.mistress, of asaaultinjj her, has leen captured at Hannah, N. D.f and las 'confessed. Three automobiles constables and armed ena ''loft here at once for Hannah o Investigate, among them in the rarly. were of Mor- en; Chief of Mounted Police Ropke, of Dauphin, Man., Hoey, of- Siioivflake, wrof Halford, of Hol- and. It is stated bore, that the.party .ean to bring bacJt but S. authorities may object to it ecause of the extradition law EVANGELISTIC SERVICES CLOSE 4 LIBERAL BY ACCLAMATION Ottawa, Sept. A. Either, Liberal, hay been re- elected' by acclamation as M. P. for Two'Mountains by rea- son of aii irrsfciiim'Uy in ihe nomination of bis Xatfonnlfst- Conservatlve opponent, Andre Fautoujc. ,T. G. Folty, clerk.of the crown. In chancery, re- ceived official return thin morning. It appears that Fnutoux's nomination was on- ly In official as the pet's and certain declarations were not made as required by law. Tito services closed in ic -Fifth Avenue Baptist .church, orth I.etlibiidge, last night. Last evening the Fifth Avenue Bap- tist church was tiit- scone of the most serious meeting .'of -the two weeks' evangelistic campaign.' Mr. Clark presented religidus truths in such a heart-searching manner that no (no could have led without being impres- sed with the seriousness of life. His remarks' were based .upon Hie Uxl, "The harvest is past, tho summt.r is endnl, and wn'nrc not .lor. From the first to the-lnsl Ihe meet- ings have boon characterized iiy :m earnestness which save evidence. of the evangelical spirit of this mir-'.i. Tho evangelist always spoke in a plain, convincing manner and people .nf -North Lcthftridgp, will long remember his visit with them. At ''he close of lust night's service church gave a. hearty vote to Mr Clark (or his splendid vork among them. On Monday evening next there IKS n farewell social hold in Iho church at eighl o'clock to which the i members and friends of the church invitod. Mr. Clark returns early '''jncsrl week to McMa.itrr University, Toronto, lo resume his stwliw. POLICE COURT Two. very regulars lined up before the cadi this morning in police court for about the sixteenth appearance this month. Jack Ardell drew down SlO and costs and the other victim, Jonathan Davenport, was let off With five untl costs. Both were warned that the next appearance meant tenrr in the clink. M. Feakcs' was taken in yesterday afternoon for discoloring the atmos- phere with a varied assortment of profane language.. He pleaded guilty to the charge of using profane lan- guage iii a public place and was fined five anil costs. Not having the wherewithal to, gain his freedom he I will inhabit one of the ceils at the; provincial jail for the next month, P. Blnnrien, a young man of go0d I appearance, who claims to be class bookkeeper, was taken in yes-1 terday on the charge ,of vagrancy.) From letters in his possession it was foiuu! that he had left his young wife without support at Grenfell, Sask., so his case was remanded till next' Friday in. to allow the police to talfc tin: matter up with the Gren- fell authorities. H. E. Green; the gun fighter, was arraigned for threatening to shoot. Mar Chaw of the Belgium Cafe. The' Chinaman was represented by E. C. MacKenzic, but there was not suflici-i ent evidence forthcoming for a con-, viction, and Green was dismissed; from custody. ORAilN MARKETS October. opened 2-S.-fiIosed 97 6-8; December opened 96 2-8; May open- ed 101 joi; Oat's opened :l-2, ckwed 42; December tfi, closed 40; May clewed 43-5-8. No. 2 .October 225 bid. Cflsh ipricoe, wlieat No. 1 Nor: .99 1-4, No. 3. .-'Nor. 97 3-4, No'.. 3 Nor. .94 3-4, No. 4. [Nor. 91 1-4, No. n. 86, No 6 79. 70.' Oats No. 2 C.' W. 42. Barley 3, IS 1-2, No. 4 66. Fttx No. 1 J25. ,j i Amerleini Marktti Sept.' open- ed 101'14, closed 100 5-8; Decem'ier Opened 102 8-8, closed 1-S; yjay opened'106 3-6, .cloaed 106 1-4. Chl'eago, 111., Sept. Sept. 92, closed 91 5-8; December ope red 95 5-8, olwifd 95 14; May open- ed m 14, chJsed'i-101. HUDSON'S BAY _COMPANY Ladies of -pronounce the new Fall at the ''Bay' far ahead of seen If you would be well 'inf'orineil iii the mat- ter of what is being worn.hi selecttciroles for the FALL call aiul see o'ur new suits; you. will be-surprised at the selection we of material used, the-fit, work-, nwuslii.p and.trimmings. It is this strict attention to detail that, places our suits avyay'm a class by themsehies and denotes the' Avearcy as stylish aiid well dressed. One Charming in in Gendarme Blue, very Tine serge, almost invisible trimmed with broad black silk braid end tflaaulfl; V shaped collar; and lined with grey satin. One of the., most charming novelties of the scftBO'n ccrla'in (o 'gain admiration .of .all Many other equally fascinat- ing triumphs of the Tailor's Art, which must be seen to be Front up. Long Coats that Spell Comfort Long Coats of every conceivable style and cut will now be found at the "Bay" in a multitude of fnbrics. What we claim for our Suits it, if possible, more strikingly emphasized In our display oflUdles' ant Misses' Lons Warm Coats. Tho materials represented rare those most popular with the leaders of fashion fqr the present, season. v It is impoHsible to convey here, even in the vaguest manner the charming variety we hold for your selection. Wo would however, mention one in particular for smart wear. Made 111 a soft face cloth of rich blue and trimmed with black silk braid and corded Mack silk cuffs. It pneKonls a mont stylish appearance, whilo a lustrous satinette lining, with a thick 'Interlining supplies thiil. extra warmth so necessary for the colddays. This-model is exceedingly low C4A priced 9vU, See Our New Coats in Reversible Tweeds, Covert doz. FRUIT SEALERS doz. Pints, Quarts Gallon Sizts Take ndvuntngc of this remnrknble ofTcr wliile they last. We buy in tre- meiiclous rjfianlftics, that we may be able to put them before you at tliU ri- diculous price. Jl is for you to reap, the benefit.