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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tw.siiii.Y, .Scptoinbor 16, IfHIV THE XETITBBjnGE DAILY IIEKALD CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Auda Block Superb New Suits And Coats Shown in a wonderfully complete variety of styles and materials, and at prices to suit every purse Prom tlie most inexpensive to tho highest priced this display represents ami. be- coming models ever featured-by this store, and good as stocks of former seasons.have undoubtedly been, ,il far surpasses all previous showing's, not Only in -attractiveness, cxclusivfijiess and; wide, variety of choke, but in moderate pricing as well. Take advantage, of curly. xsecure your choice tomorrow. Trimmed Hats Of Excepllonil Attractiveness and low In price !p5.00 to ?8.50 Don't, think that because prices are Jcny, Ihcse bats are not etjllsli and uivto-datc. JiiEt the rorerse Is the actual case our imueual facil- ities for handling Ihfs lienrt- IB directly responslblo for theso -exceptionally fino creations-fct such remarkably low prices. selling agents for Amerfcan houses whlch'are Yccoflntiecf leaders In their line arti have arrang- ed to nav't, a representation of all the new crsatfons ship- ptd to us every one of a kind and all exclu- sive with this store. Handsomely Tailored Suits famous.- North- Way and other .'.lead I ng matieR. which" are confined .exclusively to thla store. 1 X AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN A LOW PRICED SUIT Eight up to date in every de- tail, rr.ndo nt splendid quality navy chcvioi, coat cutaway' (root, 34 inches long, silk lined. Skirt made wlih high waistline, cut moderately narrow. UNEQUALLED ASSORTMENT AND UNBEATABLE VALUES Materials ctro heavy diagonal chevtots anil. rich ttyficds in col- ors navy, brown and grey, plain tailored or neatly trimmed with velvet and buttons, cutaway coals, silk or- satin lined, plnln or ilraped sldrL Bsaulifu! Nsw Coats 912.00 it. Wearabllity and general com- fort have bten the chief consid- erations in the selection of these coats along with style and mod- pricing. TUESDAY BALE OF COATS REPRE8ENTS-EXTR A SPECIAL VALUE lively rlcli cloifis in diagonal curls, blanket cloths and heav- ,ieel tweeds, made up in the most attractive slylca of the season, convertible collars, low- Ex t belt, trimmed with hand- some buttons, touches of vel- vet, silk etc. BEAUTIFUL HlCH GRADE COATS REMARKABLY CHEAP Handsomest styles it-Is'pos- siblo to procure, featuring-the new drapei! effects In' some models, Jt blanket cloths, ;cu'rl I sought beaMlr through the dusl 'pi strife, I have Bought iiicaniug for the an- cient avhe, And music lu the grinding wheels ot Long have" 1 sought, little found as yet Beyond this truth lhat love alone caa njike Earth beautiful, anJ life without rr- gtH s v Mr. II. D. Williamson, jty-en up'nc-rth on II. work, is spending svKt litr.e at his home in this city. iV- PART'OF BUSINESS SECTION OF GOLD CAMP Mrs. Hess'ej' will be hostess of a [chain tomprrbvv aflerr.oon in con- nection with Ladles' Aid. Miss Judith Hatch has enured the University v.b'rrc she will stuly'forsonie liuie, atd children re- turned yesterday liom Toronto, where spent the summer. Miss Margaret Glazier, who has teen ill with typhoid fever, was able to sit'up yesterday for the 'first time since her- illness. s Mrs; Hamilton and children who Iiave been summering on- the Kooteuay, at 'Nelson, re- turned- ho'nte- yesterday morning.- T Benjamin-; nussell and son, who .spfcflt the" William" Sta'HordrWestminster [load, have returned to. Calgary. Dr. II. anil Dr. G. T. Marr's lave returned from Camrose, u-hither hey were 'called Ijy the death ol heir ranlher. The banks did not the hall loliday owing to'two ol reius- ng to'close- Seven voted yea anc wo nay aijd that spoiled the whole irpgtam. t Mr.' Hazell, who has bera sla) with friends in the city, has return ed lo Miss Uessie Hazel will remain1 as'a gcest with Mr. ani Mrs.'Alex Oliver for some time long Mrs. Hoilder.returned yesterday al lernoon from on extended trip eas during'" which, she visited-Quebec au naVy.Ontario, points. Miss Miriam. Slolue .ai.d ris Sloltze, who-have-been spendin the summer vacation with their fa cnts, Sir. arid Mrs. Frank Stpliu returned this Midisor to. resume'their A goodly number attended th chain lea given Unswort yesterday, in connection with S Guild. Gramophone selection were .pleasir.g, and the. tea tabit which were eliectively. adorr.ed wit sweet peas, were-- presided over b the hgstess, assisieti by, Mrs. Ware Turner Farrant. -Flrei thitt colt. the.fife of one child, gutted tcveral fra ms bulfdings fn the business section of The loss It tsllmated it 520.000. Jewels Worth Found by Workman Gets Jtcwnrd' l.owlon, .Sept.. A wotkman this tjiorning found on a.sidcwalk practic- ally'.the entire pearl necklace, valued fit which was slotea'on '10, whllo In frahslt by mall from Paris (o London. The man was going io work In a nor- tVorn rjialrlct cf he no- ticed' Iho" pearls tying in a hcjp. Picking -them up; nV found there weto fli'.y-cjgfct. He. took them to tlio How Drunkards Are Saved, the famous on- ly one "now missing.' On Septemler.2, flve. jhree Knglishnien and Vere arrested- when trying to dispose ol somc.-fif'.the pearls in London, tttey are believed by the police to helong to a notorious inlernatipnal thieves. .v A-.n oi eward "of .which Vas'pfter- ed 'for. Iho -'ot iho: iflll probably go entirely to' Iho w'drkraau: The necklace" ruluaWe In the; in tra'i- all L'etwun Rurn'oV It was d'eVtloed for -Mrs: W. ROBBED' OEVIL'I. LAKE DevJI's Lake, Sept. N'orthern operator, Joseph Ford, liaM up by robbers this morning 4.30 at (ha passengor station here end the succeeded In ge'.Mng about four hundred aud fifty dollars. Men women who havo become mastered by the craving (or drink, can onty b? proper mcdlol IrealmOQt If you 'bur duly to'lnvettlgalo tho Neal Drink iiaWt Treatment, which la a sure rsuledy tint removes .th{ ftppetlle, Anc" necessity for In threo daye, without the nee fiypodermlo Injections. Call or TELEGRAPHIC BRIEF'S are plentiful in northern Que- bec, but are worried by wolveg. The C.P.H. has cats in the west in readiness for the grain 'crop. Montreal laces a piospcct ol a scr- Idus houso shortage.' A coror.eri Jury at Berln eioncrat- rd Ifcc police ol rsspof.Elbillty for (he death of Joseph Urlflin, who. had beca arrested and died a (es; days laler. Coroner IJorland, of Kodncy, has (tccirtcd that Herbcrl Piirdy, farmer, ol township, accidentally shot himself while trying to. kill a mink. Kay, suspected of swinrtllng half a dozen Ontario banks last week, was In Knmtlord, on-Halnrdsy clalmi i ho Legislature of Alberta. Was Opened Today (Contimud From Front.PagqV that position until the financial 'pro- visions of The UrWsh Xorth.Ameri- And Now Comes Welcome News of Extraordinary Savings on Room Size Saxony Axminster Rugs JL'ST ONK. MOW-: INSTANCE where' ready cash and direct rrim-fcnliilion at the world's important man- ufacturing cc-iilrcs IKIS cmilileil us to ptirclmse from a noted Hug inanufactiirtr, was liavd pressed for cash, to tide over the financial stringency, these heaiili- ful Saxony Axmmslir Hugs at away Iwluw.regular unjKirxillflcd opportunity we now present to yon. Heavy Pile Hugs, woven all in one piece, beautifully iilriulcd colorings ht Oriental, All-over Conventional and Medallion design; slmilings that will harmonize with every modern style of furniture and interior decoration, and at Hie prices we HIV placing them on special sale for this week, keen rivalry for their possession is anticipated. wise lo select yours early. These particulars of the sizes and prices: SIZE 7 ft. 6 in, x 9 ft.; For........................... SIZE 9 (t. x 10 ft. 6 In.: worth For SIZE 9 (t, x 9 ft.: worth For SIZE 9 x 12 ft; worth For 'Tis better to make your selection early than to b-3 sorry you and see them anyway THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES :E QUANTITY OF EXTRACTS .TAKEN WHICH LEADS- TO SOME SHERLOCK HOLMES DEDUCTIONS WILL BE TREE Mrs'. "Kidpatii, who has been visi ing jits'. 1'oJgfr and Mr. T. C. Hi path, left for her honic in Pelerbdr yesterday. a t Mr; and Mis. li. League at their home last, evening. Games of various kinds were enjoy- ed, and a fine program was rendered, consisting of piano by Mrs. A. YVV Kress, Miss Laschinger, and vocal solos by the Udy, Diser and The serving oi plainly refreshments concluded the brkhl aiTair. ardsttnj Hept. one on a Sahara.lMrst, and entered.the Steed utore, piirlolning a cjuputltr o' and, thought, of rlothing. The fact that the lemon and other extracts were teken.indicate that the ould-ne -burglar had. thirst which even Cardston's gravity, system water would.not., aseauge.' "Sh'eilotl; llr-lraes, ftalled Lhat from the ghbortDB teserre might have done the 'deed. tut there Is co telling, Lc- causa Dr. Watson dfdn't aUogeter ee with Sherlock'. However, the burglary caused quite a flutter on Mon day morning', but Tvtion the nature of the robbery was divulged, it was tie- tided that1 there was rin professional kntght of the bulls-eye and jimmy op- erating in the city. It was a clear case of a man willi a Ihirst, who couldn't resist the temptation to take tx lew- other things, CLUBS AND -Companiotis ol the Forest are asked to meet on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the. home of Mrs. T. ca Act are made applicable, to M w s Avc Province., ahte Al Ihls Session, there, .will troduced, a number .of impoitant Bills dealing with administrative' and oth- er ijuestions, together with a .-large number of Private to tbcsa I would ash- your close considiia- tion. The publ i c accounis for t las t- fiscal year will he laid.before yolij as the ainounls "qui'redvfor expenditure, .djliriiig the coming yew, all' due. reganl to economy and the require1 roents ol the public service. Gentlemen of the Legislative sembly I now leave you to of the Session, having full confi thai your deliberations will be di- vinely guided If, the best' 'interests and ol the Province. TO CROSS THE CHANNEL t'aria, Sept. London Times has made tie announcement officially concerning a report that the London County and Wcstmlniter Bank'pro- poses, like Lloyd's Dank of Com- merce, in butineis fn (o M( lish IHclt in the French csplUl.' Men's society will hold a whist drive and hall on Thursday, September ISth, at 8 o'clock. t splendidly fine, program and a very large, representative.and thor- oughly appreciative .auHier.ce were features of the dramatic iccjfat, held in the K.p.K. .hall lasl evening under the auspices ol Ihc Woman's Auxil- iary of SI. AugURtin's church. .Miss. Wchlir.g, and .Mr.'McRayc showed, marked ahil.ity in the per Irayal ol character and delighted" the _. .audience in their acting pi "The An- silent Sys- "At the Hall." Mr. McHayc scored a decided tri- umph In his reading of "Tho Camper- "Little and ''Johnny while in "The he brought forth voci- ferobs applause. Miss Elhcl Conybearc, A. T. C. M., made her Initial appearance before a FIRE AT B01CAYQEON OnL, sipl. of unXriocn origin broke ouj in the rear of Ruftael! Thuraton'i harness shop curly Bur.d.ay and away several bulldlnge. loss cccd wilb Uf' audience since her return frihi' Tor onto, and it- Is. putting it mildly to she simply capti- Her techaiegave evidence ol taultless lialntng, v and her appearance on future program; eagerly awaited. -Miss. Freeman's songs were pleas- Ing as usual, and Jlr. 0." K. Flem- ing satig cien beyond his usual high standard, which is'saying a great deal.. The IV. A. rra'ltzC a very Jy, mm tcora'thi concert. FASHIONABLE FURS The long coat it'of mutquail showing the newnt of the mo diih Wmonj iteevei; the iklrt It quit narrow, Imparting sllhouttt to the th4 long and fla murf >rt ermine" trimmed wtthtallt. BIG YIELDS AND FINE CLIMATE ATTRACTING THE MAN SEEKING A HOME _ Iron lias Karncd 1'vivilcge Under Hyla'w En- dovscil by payers Hereafter the LetfibrMge tron b'orlis, Ltd., will not be refjuirej to ay taxts other than those required or Bchool and locaMmiirovenient-pur- oses. The company has lived up .to le letter of tho bylaw ot tlie :rae of the elections last and fax exemption is now per- llEBable. According to the- bylaw, ridge Iron Works shall expend on its resent plant and equipment, coin- enciug within tile next six. months rom the date of this bylaw a sUm'of ot leBS than said expenditure o he completed not later than the Irst of August. 1913." Commissioner Tracy wrote the couh- II yesterday, stating lhat the com- This week will see at. least fifty.; land seekers brought to Lethbrldad by tho number" may' greatly increased if parl of a load arriving In Calgary today is' diverted south as is erpectcd. How'' ever, privately ''conducte.1 with a hunger for irrigated land will be large enough to brins' the total up to filly before. Saturday night. .Eight seekers from .Californiar arrived in- the city iast night California and were shown, the- irri-. gated land east of the city toJay. On Thursday night W. A. the C.P.H. land agent at Colo., will arrive with a party of-25- specially seireted irrigtlors irom Utah and Colorado. They will-be met at .Coutts'by Hert tiuliman, who is in charge of the sales of ready-roads farms. The first- trainload from the sotifh v is expeclcd to arrive some lime with'-' in flic next two weeks. This will re the first land seekers excursion to Lclhbridge since 1903. any had invested jn plant and t this J'ear. and rceominenrl- d that exemption be granted. The ounc41 accceded to the request, The company still a year and half to carry out' the remaining lauscs of the bylaa-, whereby .they will build a plant. 'on the in- ustrial sites, and employ 'a staff vhose pajToll amount to 115.000 .nnuaily, and .in return they will get site and exemption from taxation or five years on tire acres. From August' .'l, 1913, the 'company. will have a payroll of annually. READY FOR THRESHING AGAIN Portage la Prairie, Man., Sept. Although practically all threshing" op- eratlons were at a standstill ye'sler- day on account of Bundafr's rain, this Ir.ornirjK again- sees '-in'fth6 pialns. The. weather is Ideal; and by. the. end -of.llbe week the. threshing will ho finished with Uio exception ot a few cases. -j GKitle, '.aged CS, found .drowned: in a brook. Wood- II. air is Turning -B. Waild lirown, who' lor the past 'car has been proprietor ot the 5-10- 15 cent store, on 5th St., .S., has di5- joscd. ot his business lo ..I. H. De iVolf of Got. Mr. lirown has been forced to leave l.elhaiitlge owing to the 111 heallh of his wife, and will go to California lor hex benefit. He will leave (of the south shortly and will likely g6 into busi- ness at Richmond, Cal. He did a fine business here ar.d was well satisfied with ihe results. ENGINEER UNQEJJ ARREST Mow llnven, Conn., Stft. cer Miller, whose- Its Wiito >iountaln oxprcsa. crashed Into tho Bar Harbor express on September J, wits trrestcd, and taken Into court this noon on a benen warrant Issued by the llCorney. A Cirditon Booiler II. D. Kolaoin, presfderit of the Cardjlon board or trade, la In the city on-business. Threshing In tho Card- district progressing rapidly, and yields and ex- IPHaii Gray, Use Sage Tea Don't look oldl Try Grandmoth- er'i: recipe to djirk'en ind beiutity faded, llfeleM -half-'-" That tsaitlful even sha'cl's dark, glossy hair can'ordr had by brewing a inbturz 6t-> Sige Tea and Sulphur." Your' hair is your It of mars tte fscei When it' turns grey, .looki.. wispy and scfaygly, 1 Just an application ortwo'ol Sagtf and Sulphur enhances lie appear--; anca a hundrodfoM. Don't bother to preparij the yo'u CM'get'fronvany: drug store a ctiit-bottle' of.- Wyeth's .Sage and. Sulrimr Ifatr to UBO.'. This can always be depended: upon .to bring back'the natural, color, thickness and .iuBltjj your hair and remove dandruff stop scalp Itching and fAlriag1'. Everybody uses Sage and Sulphur" because-it- darkens EO naturally sad evenly. that nobody cao tell It hu been applied. You Blmply sponge or soft brusti with It Md draw trill through the.halr, (ng one small strand by morning the and application It fully rtafh and lustrous ftnd ab ;