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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday, September 19, DAILY HERALD Page 9 MILADI EDITED '1NO' PHONEI. Till-: MASTKIi Maoy a tl fame began A dream. And sorrow nsaketh ininr a man Supremo." Wit counts ber vktories more tban tuil Can win. Beauty moit tban 'the spoils Of sin. But l.ove, the and jast to call, Has maile The greatest giant oi them all Afraid. Coll. Mrs Slide, of Kdjewattr, B. C., is rtnen-ioj! acquaintances in the city. t Mr. Hainen Feljer, of tbe Ohio-Al- berta farm, U Troek-enO vliltor with Mr. (uid Mrs. C. J. Rkitorm. a 3 Mrs. Clesry anJ Mrs. Asp-- lln have returned from a week's visit with frlemls In Wlnnlfred. Mrs. W. H. Falrlleld was a hostess at the.tea hour this afternoon. Only a few friends were bidden, e Miss Vroqman returned horr.e from a visit In Nrooks this afternoon. She i accompanied by Mrs. C. 11. Ar- nold. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. citnster: House, are visiting In Great Falls. They will bo awiy about ten ays. Mrs, J. 11. McMaster, who has been tbe guest, of hor brother, Mr. J. tYame, 648 Ninth street, left for her tiomo In Alexandra, Ont., yesterday af- ternooc. Mrs. U A. Felger is expecting her mother and falber, Mr. and" Mrs. Kd- of Fargo, N.D., on a visit U the first of the Tveek. Mr. and Mrs. C, F. 1'- Conyljeare, lUvervlew, entertained at dinner on Vi'eJnesday JD courtesy to Dr. and ilra. Mewburu, who leave at Ibo eud oi' the month for were latd for teu. s D. L. Hardle was o! a dlsiEbetlveJy prtUy luucheou Wednesday, complimentary 10 Mra. F, II. Mewburu, The color scheme of mauve was expressed in a shower of asters, aud also In .the dainty guest The boncv guest was present- wfili an bouquet of Rich- mond roses. Covers were laid tor tfce hostess. Mrs. K. H. Men-burn, Mrs. J, D. Hfgfnbothaui. Mrs. E. X. HigfaJwtJi-. am, Mrs. StaTnes and lire. McKlHop. Mr. .and Mrs. X Kioersoa entertained last evening, in courtesy to o nuiobor ot new-coujers (o Hie city, five hundred ivas played at four ta- bles, Miss Mary Simpson and Dr. Al- len capturing the iropliits. After the serving of Inviting viands, an In- formal liop was enjoyed, t Mrs. F, II. nnd MIsa Mew-- bum were the raiscm d'etre of a tea- hour function, which claimed Mrs, E. X HlsinLothRm as hostess yesterday. Pink and while sweet peas were pret- ty In decoralloD, the daintily appoint- ed table being presided over by 31 ra. W. S. Galbrallh and Mrs, C. H. Bow- man. 'Mrs. J. D. Higlnbotliara. and Mrs. G. VV. Hotitason Invited to the' idlulBK-Tuoio, while iho.assiatants were !MIfaButh Muriel >lat- leodiaud MUs PbyHk Hlgtnliolhaio. -v Mrs. ririe, Nineteenth street Xortb, was a tea hour ho'Mt-53 yesterday, to voonectlou with St. Andrew's Aid. la splto of the texy rainy after- neon ten ladles were prestr.1, and spent a pleasant-tln.o in sewing aud were' served by bctie-Ei ut the tea jhour, j o j f At last evening in the First Presbyterian cburcL, MUs Pearl To- sbac Elgbth street, was married to Mr. Thowts Nekon Adslt. ol Medicine Hat, Rev. Dr. McQueen, Bulletin, CLARKE GO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone453 Acadia Block, Saturday's Bargain SAVING IMPOKTANfE ijs it does an unusually comprehensive list of high grade just suited to present needs at substantial ..reductions, unbeatable prices: Choose your new Coat or Suit tomorrow and instead of and pay only A sptoi'ulid selection of newest gtjrmqnt-.s-.oii.tl'o sale rack tomorrows for quick and. alike representing, the li'ave ever had to show at-the prices marked and offered ut substantial saying's for this one day only, rousing week-end sale, The Coats The Suits Worth up to laS.OO Navy Et-rges and Cheviots and s medium and dark colored' tweeds, Coats silk skirts made. In nerveBl style with high waistline. up-io Very" attractive and becoming styles in diagonal curl clothe, cttOT- lotsi worsteds "and heavy .bJnnKcl greys, browns and Stocks! of "Underwear are com- plete, ki Women, Misses and (iildreiv SATURDAY'S. BAROA.IN Regular 3Sc valu-i CwC "Ladles 'Vests and Drapers In while or natural 'colors, Just the proper weieM Jor early Kail war.' -Vests long sleovee, front, Draw- anhjft len'sth. open or closed Jtyles.- Oyr Autumn Showing of Hosiery. Now at Its Best 25c SATURDAY'S BARGAIN Worth up to 46o Fine Cashmere Goods In wtaves or flnq ribs, very elastic leg, s'soilcis spliced and talues. stitf 8ii to 10 Inches. A Splendid Glove Store, t with stocks complete throughout BARGAIN value Walking Oloven of exceptlonRlly good Quality tha mannlih effecta'.flo much In .demand now for street shown in tana only. Sites 8 to 8. of Every. Des'r-. crjption at Lowest Possible V SATURDAY'S BARGAIN Worth up to 7So...................... 1O.C Pure TVOO! strges, diagonal worsteds and tweeds in medium'and dark good choosing-for..children's school On sale for the one day only. Stocks of New Underskirts -represent unusual values SATURDAY'S BARGAIN Rtjular value All In ?ery newest narrovr cut styles of fine nuallty silk Kpman sating, !n blsek AdluGlablo at front top with neat fitting box pHat at back. A: Corset for Every Figure .at Prices to Suit Every Purse 'SATURDAY'S BARGAIN 'Regular vaius 3OC -A specially purchased line representing an usual value. Made of splendid nuatlly coutll In .white only.- Will fit all medium figures, .has 'two ot Biipporlcrs, front and sides.' A Rousing Saturday Millinery Sale cnii fashion centres, ey'ery one a disiinehye and be- fevory day'in the week to be the' best values'1 obtain able at regnlnr prices.2 WE WANT EVERY WOMAN IN LETHBRIDOE TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THI9 SPLENDIDLY APPOINTED SECTION'AWO OFFER THIS UN- USUAL VALUE TOMORROW AS A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT TO INSPECT THE 8'HOWINO. Yesterday afternoon at four o'clock the marriage tooV place of Miss El- en Heudereon, third daughter of Mr. James Rae, at fie family residence I3C Etplanade-, to Mr. Kenneth Dun- .ihy.'of Calgary; sou cf Mr. and Mrs. Austin Runphy, ol Xcw Rrur.stt'iek. .-There were only present i Jew of the more Intimate friends of tha'young couple.. Rev, E. E, Hencb., officiated, and the brMe was given away by her father, there being no brldeefnaidr. Westminster church will hold its ifth anniversary, services on Sunday when Rev." G. H. CcbbledicU, jr. A., B.D., of Wesley church, will preach n tbe mornliig.-and Kev. William H. (rwln, of Bellerue, In the evening. ftbu Men's'society of St. Mary's Church held a very successful whist drive last evening..Ten tables were In fhe prizes being won by Mrs. UnBworth, Mrs. OeaJey, Mr. Drown and Mr. The conEOlatlons went to Mrs. Xaylor ftisd Mr. inviting supper" was sprved, and a general good lime'enjoyed Professor Roborts, the conductor and musical director of the Lelh- bridge Amateur'Musical nr.d Dramatic Society, If possible to form an 'orchestra composed entirely of ladles for the perfor- inanca ol San-.Toy by Hie society. novel anil pleasing" 'featurV'arid will- certainly make additionally ititercsUnr. jVdy auuteur Inatru- 'who' vi'ould ho willing "to play Is cord- ially dnS'ileil with cither RobYrts or'Mrs. Frank Wadaingion, telephone her is 489. The next rehearsal.pf-lbe society uill -be held In Use. Majestic theatre on. Tuesday ovcuins Hvhen any lady interested la this movement J will bo welcomed.-; To-morrow (Saturday) Another Economy Day at the Bay All Pries-Concessions Advertised in Yesterday Evening's Paper Remain in Force All Day Saturday Just a reminder of the lines on LAUIKS' NEW FALL: SUITS LADIES' KIMUXAS AND SACQUES LADIES' WALKINC, GLOVKS CHlLDnKX'S SCHOOL IIOSIC LAWN HANDKKUCIHKFS LADIES' SHOES HOUSE SLIPPERS MEN'S TAU.OIlKn SUITS FLAXXKL SHIRTS, MBX'S WOOL HALF-HOSE, MEN'S ODD PANTS. Hnrvcstcr Blankets, Dress Goods Remnants. Stainless Axminsler Room-size Rugs Scotch Madras Mtisiin Curtains, Special concessions on staple Groceries and Daitiiy Yiumts ;it exlrn low prices, all lend to make this the most comfortable, profitable and satisfactory place to do your week-end .shopping. The Hudson's Bay Stores Seat. honied capitalization of the IHcnrer illack Fox L'ompaDV, Limited, just incorporated under the laws cf Al- iertar to operate fox ranches in the province. The.incorporators ate Freil- M. a-director of the Kd- monton. Silver Hlack company, incorporaicd for E. S. McQ'Jaid, barrister, and Dr. Kdgar iV. -Alin. l.ec be lircctor of the company, which has already underwritten "73 per cent! of tnals on tl.e farms in Prince Edward, Island. "In aJdiiicn io breriling foics we are planning to rteil. tn arj'.mais brought down from the country. The climate of Alberta is admirably 'suited to fov breeding antl tbece is every reason to boliere the industry he a success." Mr. Lee, who owns fos ranctrs at Tecs "attic Hirer, paid iliat it the ,fox industry in" tlic Maritime Provinces is to he continued en a per- manent Lasis, the brcrders will have .to-import northern animals, adding j that already the island -fov is" otic- by reason of excessive Interhrefdmg. "I must he adde.rt, "that ly careful selection the ol Prince Edward- Island liaye stcnrpd beautiful but the irr- terbreeding is-ruining the stamina of the have scsn a whole litter .crippled from birth Iroai the fatt Uiat the'progenitors ivere too closely related." WET WEATHER AT REGINA Uogiua, JjaEk., Sept, aud. laet ulgbt passtd over but tt was very cold, tbere v-aa no froat. ft Is 'cold today. Thrcahitig Is preliy well completed in ihls district and sratn is being received. LARGE INCREASE II Winnipeg, Sent., num-; btr of cars of graiu insjKicted j IS, wero 1.421. for thu corresponding day laEt year there were 151. Total Icars of wbeat or which 'were "contrsct" grades. In sight for'.- of ip AKF': LIKELY ;iT6; STRIKE FIGHT FOR RECOSHJTION UNION AT LONDON TROUBLE Sept. a single niototroan or .fmployei Ijy tlie Tilling Omnibus company, whpse aoiionMn'ittusing' to. recognize, the likely to bring about a gen- eral striVc ol transport.-workers -in London, went to wotk tills morning motor bus Itnes from the south to London were entirely causing great in- j convenience. A tew ol Hie olil .horse omnibvs wero put on .the street for tlie first time. In several years. was no disturbance in the. vicinity of the' motor bus .sheds, though the strikers gathered there in groups 'and wanted their comrades em- ployed by the other companies to join them-at midnight. Several conferences were held in the- course ot the- morn- ing between the omnibus men and the representatives of.the employers cf the amalgamated tube-system. The action ol the. latfcr-in case ot 9 gen- eral was discussed. Practically the entire press ol Lon- don supports the men in their de- mands. Many nt the. newspapers de- clare that the point in-regard to the wearing of union badges should nerer .have raised. ranch has heeh- La- comtic..; y.'e shall bree.d solely from northcrjn .'are m every the Iri'gfier-pjfcfd ST. CATHARINES' FIRST CLERK St. Catharinc-3, Sepl. M, Arnold- ot St. Catharines 4awri. over Elxty years ago, having prerioiis'ly served as clerk of the village board of police, .died last nbht in his ninetieth year, 'after resi'hncQ-of Tf-yeare.- His.eld- 'est EOO. was killed-aVpSardeburg.'.- MONTREAL STOCK MARKET Jloatreal, Sept tone of ffta j stock market jcacUonary today.'. .-The' mosi 'prominent feature was in the unlisted etocks. Tram'. power advancing from to 14 on. selliug of over one thousand an unusually heavy trading Mn ._'tliH particular Btoch. Cement was 3SK; C.' P. R. JSSK; Detroit 73; Iron 4S; Spanish River UH; nichelieu 112; Macionald! anil Power 317. -Montreal council have'.' twice rejected the rerotmnchda'tlon oi. Ihc Sol the Roberts' cliargesc-. affecting the- 1 chief'qfjpgliccj' the. matter will proh-.. ably" Several chBnges have been made in CP.fl. positions at. Calgary. Some of those who have held office thero for a time have been granted leave of ab- nence, and others have been appoint- ed In their places. Tha following IB the list of-changes given out by the general superintend- ent: A. Hohklrk, heretofore trainmas- ter at Calgary, 1m been appointed act- Ing superintendent, at Cranbrook, B. C., relieving Mr. Harshaw, granled leave, of' absence. .K.'J. Stone, heretofore chief clerk, eupcrlntendent's office, Moose Jaw, has teen appointed chief clerk to Cen- tral Superintendent Colcman, at Cal- "W. E. Mctiermoll, heretofore agent Pincher, has been "appointed grain tbe Alberta.division for the period of crop inovem'eni. )Er.. Stewart MacKId has been pointing acting chief 'surgeon of. the.. Atetrla.dlvifilon, relieving Dr. K, Q. Jlackld, granted leatc.of absence. H Is nlsn riimowi) In railway circles that Dklsional Supirlntciident Cainer. on.wijl and that tlren, of toVmlnala at will in {lie Hat. ARE SHREWD BUYERS That's why so many of the best housekeepers buy their Groceries here. Read Our List For Friday and Saturday Crawford Peaches per cs. Prunes, per Pears, .40Jb Crab por easn Tokay Grapes, basket 85C Green Grapes, per basket 85C Grape Fruit 12V4c and Oc Oranges, 50c nnd Lemons 50c 3Qc Sweet-Potatoes for__25c Crisp Celery ;10c SPECIAL 50 Boxes Good Apples to clear at per box 5 Rolls Special Toilet Paper for 25c. Gold Standard 1 Tea, 31b; tins, Today Only 95c each Chi6lccn .....60c Chicken JJreas'ts Bri'sket'of'-Beet' jlUpe Oliyess'Spc aiiil..-, Olives ?iji 01ivesvin iV aji.ontL ui ,-v VJH OOC- Brawn Asparagus, 30c Malta IQc Srbnlkof-iWhcal. 15C Quaker- Outs, 15c ami J5c Shredded Wl.eat, 2 for 25b Clioicc Eiig. Jain, pnil.....70C C. B. Jam, lib glass, ea. 25p ilorton's Mftrmroy, each 20fii Cucumbers, .Green .Peppers, Cantaloupes, Carrots, Cabbage, Beets G E O. KEREi ep. PHONES 1502 and 1453 313, 5th St., S. ;