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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETtrimrn'GE DAILY TTKRALD Important Sale of Coats and Suits gloves in tan sjhs'des only. Sizes to worth }1. only a to si-11 ill this 95 'The.- New Silk Ties Jiistl tic for those your new .tailonnl waists. Soft crepe 113 jireuy- coloring. Set1 Ilioni. (they're beauties. Prints ilorejof yard wide Engltehlprbus. light and dark patterns. All frhon length-. to 10 Regular !jc. r He i fSaxony Flannelette Sofi: Saxony flannelette, frt stripe patterns, pinks, bines. A greys, you caur.ot make a fj mistake baying u quantity; 's worth 12 1-2 lOc An extraordinary offering of New Fall Suits and Coats, bought in Toronto and Montreal during the past two weeks from manufacturers who were overstocked and needed the money. Watch our windows for bargains. Try some on. Wonderful Values in Long Tweed Coats Look where you will, you'll find no coats in equal beautiful Long Twtn'd Coats even J 15.00. art- sperialist on these low priced, hish grade coats-. N'siy. Cheviot materials, also Donegal Tweed in grey and dark given mixtures. Sixes 34 to 40. The Best Coats Ever Shown in the City Yes. that's saying it pretty strong, but we are pre- pared to back up our claim with the best coats you ever saw at even a half more. So many pretty tweeds with tlieir contrasting trimmings; all colors, greys, browns, greens, reds, blacks, sizes to Heavy Golf Cloth Coats Also on Sale Our specialty K cpais at 315.00. we had an extm good assortment before this wonderful pi'Thase. Russian Pongeite Coats worth Blanket Coats worth Keversible Tweeds worth F.11 one price for Sjuurdtry. Sixes, 32. 34. 3ti, 3S, only. Don't miss this snap. German Broadcloth Coats in Black Beautiful black coais, trimmed as only Germans know how. with lirairts and satin trimmings, half silk lined. We could ask even for these coats, and you would consider them great, value. Grasp the. opportunity. Save Sizes to 42. Children's New Coats .lust III ooais diroi-t from .he makers; tht-y will fit yumigiuors from to 7 years. Corduroy Velvets. Scarlet sorgo c-oats, blanket ihoy'ro extra uico. Difi'erenr prices. Velour Kimonas Long volour Uinumay, no value like these elsewhere for even import oil our kimonas year and saved the difference. A spec- lot at. Smartset Shoes A four dollar shoe in style fit and wear, no use paying new styles. A high grade shoe for particul- ar women. Corsets On Sale Another corset snap for Saturday, :iy 'pairs of hip corsets ihat should be markoti all sizes from IS to in this lot. 75c Underwear and Sweater Coats WOMEN'S VESTS OR Ifine weave mixiurc of cotton a-ad_ wpoL 'white; eood wpiehr for present (wear: price per garment..... WOMEN'S VESTS OR i In white ouly. with velvet-fleece lining. ,1 An extra fine iiiie for all season wear, eae.h.................. I SWEATER complete stock to show you. in all sbacles and weaves. MAn especially sood line i-n Jp JJA Ugrey and navy: coat styje BLAZER new thing in coats. A new loV in. aiany color- h gs. buy something new T! hey're iiuit? reasonable Suits Worth a Half More AVe have grouppd the suit ?toc.k into lois. All Ftiiis that were 417. 518. 319 ou salt for Saturday, only. at 3! 5.00. In thi-5 lot are ail the Fall Tweeds, navy serge, vi- cunas, etc.. sizes 1H years up to -12 biist. Remember ihii offer is for Satur- day only. Other Suits at Great Reductions We have about 30 suits to clear ai this You know we teuerally have pretty nifty sun? at mid S25.00. Well, ihia year the assortment is even upuer jthan ever. Norfolk, navy or black serge suits, navy cfieviot are all included-in this grand offering. Sizes 32 to 42. Corner Store Men s Underwear Sweater Coats MEN'S SHIRTS AND .Made by Penman's jiood wetgb.1, ribbed wool; we make a special of this line, at per garment.......... O 3 MEN'S knit finest made; has ihe new "Ciose-Crotcii" All 'sizes; per garment ___.. 8 3 BOY SCOUT SWEATERS, with four pockets, in tan shade only, your boy one. Why not now when thp price te right. Sizes, us to 32. ff> -4 each..................... B BOYS' Penman's fleeced lined garments; -all from 24 to 31. Au extra good Hue. Priced very low COPPER ARE ALL ARMED FOUR THOUSAND UTAH STRIKERS ALL CARRYING WEAPONS- ROUTED SHERIFFS llliictKiui. Utuh. Supt. "ivou'tt llilriy-livi- .tlujiuty sslierll't's who attfiujtUul draw ttiu fires un- der tin? uolli'r.s of Iliu Riviit copptv mines IUTO yeslcniay. 1'Vom behind hrenfil sinew early morning, .striking minors, work ho- ranso the Utnh CUIHHT Cninpany 11 ml Huvc-ral other conecniK rofusod thorn an -iiu-rftiisc in 1'lrod up- on tlw offiofli-.s and drove them from thy works, injured. ICarlior In tho day, however, Etrmed strike [liekists siuod Kiiai-d at i ho approaches of the various pvo- IKTtics. filing shots into il'.o air, one of them was by a deputy. The deputy hud ordered ihe picket to coaao flrln.c. bin refusal deputy shot the miner in the wrist. Only one? of the groat companies liure, thai of the Utah Apex Mining outitfnvicd operations" yea tnt'day. Tho company signed con- tract with tl'io miners a few days ago. The great Utah ..Copper, one of the most productive copper mines in the world; the Utah Consolidated, United Stales, Binghatn-Xewhaven. Ohio Cop- per, Bingham mines, ami a score of lessor mines; (lie Ufnglmm (iarfieUi Railway and the Ore Traffic on the copper belt branches of the Itio Grande Railway, were closed tightly. Four thousand men, -mostly foreign; ers, were idle, and almost every idle man boasts a weapon of-pome sort. They tuUherud in sulky little groups, discussing their grievances. All saloons-have been closed. POLLOCK SERVED WITH WAS GOING ABROAD- WHEN PO- LICE ASKED HIM TO STAY AT.HOME the murder of Herman Koscnllml, tho j] gambler. "It is said Pollock, "tliat 1 hotikeil accommodations on Ihe America and was to have sailed this morning. notified the district attorney's nllice that- I was going and would ho hack in llireo wt'tiks. "I am tin? manager 01 Kroddic Welsh, ilio pugilist. My trip was arranger! for the purpose 'of making u nmlcli for him abroad." QUALIFIED FOR COLLEGE London, Sept. following qualified for admission (o Camber ley Staff College; Captain F. S. Morrison, Captain J. If. MacEtrien, Canadian Dragoons, and Captain A. H. Borden K. C. C. Vu "-tot 11 Pol-I I lock, in apartments, "liald 1 iiA Ko icni u lulr the po- lice were scarfliiiii; for- him, was ar- tesied todav in! an attachment as a! in the "-John Hue" proi'ccii- i i in t'uimcct.ion wttlt ihe Kose.ii i thai mnrdor i Infcrjn.iiidn reaelmd the district at luiu ollice tliti I'ollucU to Mil tor nftopi and Dib M if in mbUi t the trnl of lue I iruUiniH licckei ith Of the Most Delicious Kinds Wo carry (he finest- brands Come in tocltiy and Meat Met J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 ARGAINS For Saturday Shoppers Special Women's (iun ilrhil llniton niirl stylo, madcliy ni.-nnii'ncMn'crs. Sixes f.o 7: regular value Saturday Speeial................................... Special Special Glen's Ian calf and dim MVlnl PiiUlun ami Lnco l-ioots: sixes to 10. Saiurday Our nevyesl slock llie lalesl slyles Tor fall is arriving daily. e invite you in 10 look iliemover. The Shoe Man HUFNER The Shoe Man GOV. MARSHALL SLATES TARIFF' 1 Springfield, III., Sept. here yesterday, Governor Thomas R. j Democratic nominee i Vice-President, aimed a heavy blasuat the prot-ective tariff, and instiuictJil j the fact that (he United States Sleel Corporation sold its armor Portsmouth, E'ngland, for the Japan- ese navy at fifty per cent, of tile price it charged the United States. A government, that handed an industry a bludgeon with which to knock down Us cituens, ought itself to be knocked down. Speaking of the system which permitted such things, the Governor saW: "Once i nnoculate man with the i right ilrop of special privilege, and it. I goes into every drop of his blood. He thibkij he is perfectly justified in ins'it wherever can get it, and let, IsluiohMhink (hey are perfectly ju ti fied in giving it wherever it. is asl cd Talie 'this example, if you please, o; the. virus .that is in our t n der Iteiuibliivin rule in the Start .of Maine..the Banijror.t Arhtook II u! paid 'a year in legislative authurity of this hioueV was rebateii 10 the rail- road, tinder condition that the rail- road slionlil carry the troops of Maine frftt; of charg-e in ihe CVPIII of war with Canada. I'nder thp Demor-nuic administration, this fjraft stoppi-Jd. and Hie railroad was in the event of war regular rates would he paid for the transportation of troops." TTTHiy ATTT [parades and will imtity liim at lUlXn'UUl iii' ihe Dominion Hluck utlu-v FOR THE DUKE EVERY MAN ELIGIBLE IS STRONG- LY URGEC) TO JOIN IN PARADE I Thrre is every indication of a, very I turnout 01 thp pier- ans on llip occasion nf llu' Iiisiiecliun by II. I''. II. Hie Governor-General on j Oclolicr lOlli, anii the following is j itif program as .it prescnl On tlir i-vening of the Duke's arrival the Vetp.rans will niiister at collie i point to he ;uui will Uicn i fall in imnipilialtfly in Ihe rear i Iluke'.s carriage and take part in ilic prnauisioii. Oil the follow ins i they will he inspected by 11. II. II. at thp review which will he held ittur Ihe old "Y" on the traoS, i and winch will he attended by Mn; Mattery Canadian Horse iery, t', Hoy Scouts anti Inipi'r- I ial Veterans. j At a meeting of the Veterans i last week it was derided Unit I hoy i should not wear their uniform h-its hut slmnld appear in "mufti" on both occasions. The 'secretary, .Mr. 1.. Asquith, will be slad if all Veterans who can possibly do so will make a point of being present at both uicsc personally or by mail heiorc the HVihj they will he presrnl at eilh- icr or both. The parade on the 'Ml, I of Oriohrr will take plan.- ri'inuc.iiy.i- ly on the arrival of the royal imini I at, while that on ihe lnjh! I is Uincd fur llrfli) o'clock In I iiiornjnEr. j A final meRlins; arrange, ('.ei.iiis; i will he lii'Id in the course of a t r j and due notice of ihe sai'-e v, .11 j he given isi thp press. Kvery vetornu i in LeHibriik'e is cordially invited in! 1 attend this j I As there sreuis tu lie some eoiiiu- sion as lo who is entitled to take j p.iri in -the parades the lollowinu- olii- definition of a Veteran will i ably he appreciated Any man who has received a ni.nlal for active servi.e or any man who j has served ten yi-ars in the Itriiish Army or Navy, the Canada I'erma-1 nenl Fora; or the Royal N' Monnteil.'Police. Militia or Volun- I torr fififviijc does r.ot count unless jn possession of a Medal. LAFOLLETTE TO SUPPORT TART Philadelphia.'Pa.. Sepl. llean Slate Chairman Dawson announces lhat he has received word from the Republican National com- millec in Xew York tliat Senator l.n- folletto, of would tour Pennsylvania, in helialf of the Sbor- man and Tafl ticket. 'liieli cluse mil ai c roimi lor our now slock. order lo .Aloir's 1 Ib jiackau'es..... Moirs pack.'iu'es..... .Kry's "lioi.ns''' lib jiackaii'e Fry's "Hoval" -Hi packaa'e lidvd's I Hi packan'e...... nyd'sL'lb package Wfi.havr, ;i Fn-sl! Supply of fancy p: Old ;