Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, September 20, 1012 Tin: DAILY 'HERALD Page 7 Here's the Point Our, New Fall Clothes are classy and diff- erent, nothing ordinary about them. When we say we mean the kind of Clothing that you'll see in nine out of ten clothing stores. For Instance: You can buy a suit or overcoat for 1 2, I 5 or 18 in most any clothing house; common price- you'll say, yes, you're right! But! If you will come in for a look at our fall and winter Hand-Tailored Suits and Overcoats at these prices, you will see garments that you have never seen equalled for the money. Then we have the "Fit Reform" finely tailored clothing to show you in all the newest patterns and styles for fall at and Specials in Furnishings for Saturday Buyers Men's AH-Wool Cashmere Hose in plain and ribbed, also heather mix- regular price 35c, sale 25c Sweater Coats Nothing new in this line that we are not showing, with or without collar. Prices to Men's Negligee Shirts in all the newest fall patterns, coat style; regular values for 95c Our Fall Underwear Stock is now complete, in two-piece and combinations, all the best makes, "Dr. etc, etc. Prices per garment up. The Home of the Geo. A. Slater Up McKdvie THE 2 McGuire A DIRTY CAMPAIGN 1'ortlanrt, Ore., Sept. issued against Roose- .it the time of his visit here last t facts and the law in the case. This action has been taken upon angry protests of citizens of all of politics. The circular is are now in the hands of the j said, be actionable under the stat- l jury; which is Investigating the jute against printing' of Indecent and obscene articles. This is the la'w un- der -which promoters of prize light pictures have been indicted. Tiie circular is in large part un- printable and in its entirety is vitu- perative an the highest degree. If IS TIME TO BUY HOES HOSIERY FROM FOOT TOGGERY Their Stock is full of the best Values and Styles procurable in FOOTWEAR in American and Canadian Manufacture. We are Specialists and Specialise on Foot Comfort Which you cannot afford to be without OUR SPECIAL LINES ARE Queen Quality and Empress for Women; Hartt and "Dr. Reed Cushion Sole" for Men; all having enviable reputations. You will Buy here eventually, Why not Now WED UiNDER THE FREE LOVE PLAN YOUNG COUPLE IN CALIFORNIA AGREE ON STRANGE CON- RIGHTS IN MONEY Log Angeles. Sopt. are shattered in a marriage contract signed by Miss Helutx Chandler, aged 21, daughter of Julia Davis Chandler author, of Philadelphia, and Carlton W. Washburn, agvsd 23, sou of Marion Foster Washburne, author and lec- turer, of Pasadena. The young people met. a week ago: their marriage license was issued j-cs- terday, the prentiptiol sign- ed and sealed, and tomorrow they wil] be. joined In legal marriage, whicl step they take, the agreement, says, for the happiness of their children and for the free intercommunication of the parents with the rest of ciety. The marriage contract specifically sets forth thai the marriage shall not be a bond giving cither any con- trol over or of the other; that it shall not be- a. har to other :narrlacG should this prove unfruit fill; that the Tic shall terminate sim- ultaneously thy death of love on either side, and that neither shall have the right 'o restrain the ether should ho or she see fit to incur other parental responsibility. It provides that since at present the state provides no income for mothers ana children, that it shall be the duty of the man to share equally with his wife all earnings and pro- perty ;tt such limes as she may be Incapacitated for work, that the ex- penses of the household and the chil- dren shr.ll be equally divided. In casn of separation they agree that the financial responsibility shall be divided, no matter whose fault the rJIvorco miefii Washhiirno ami hi? fiance arc both eolte.co sraduaics, IIP of tho t'niver- silv of ohk'fijro find Stanford, of two Philiiik'iphia institutions. A. W'hitohfad. formerly of Victoria ami who Hvory Cnniuilim campaign siuc.o f j '.SO'J, is dead a-i .Montreal, aged C8. WANT TO LOCATE MILL IN LETHBRIDGE "A Big Concern Wants to Leafn What City Will Offer If Rushing Uros., Ltd., of Calgary, are desirous of establishing a branch sash and door factory in this city as thoy bovo Intimated tbey will not Ira retarded hi doing so through lack of. interest on the part of 'the Board of Trade. In fact if the. board had been able to offer tliom arty concessions a couple or years ago, there1 might have been a. flourishing branch of this es- tablishment In operation here now. But though they made every elVort to do so, they met with no success as no scheme of Industrial siles and con- cessions had then heen decided on by the city council. Next Tuesday, how- ever, the council will dihcuss the whole matter when the proposition of the I.ethbrldge Iron Works comes up at tho city council in conference with Mr. Magrath and tile Hoard of it is hoyod from that time on tlicro will be no dllllcuhy hi meet- ing prospective industries oil -Vthat score. At. last nifiht's nieotlng of the Hoard of Trudo a letter was read I from Cushiug Bros, Ud., intimating j that they were again prepared to con-' slder establishing in If any offer could be made which would til-j iluce them to'1 do so. It 'will be re-1 membored tiiat W. M. wits In the city some, time ago with that matter in mind, and It is beli-eved that by pursuing a strong policy at the present time the company will not hesitate'in taking action which will lead to .the establishment of a branch mill here, Tho industrial committee of the board has the ter in hand, and will follow it closely i with every hope of success--in-'t] venture. MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FlDELiO) Fine Programme at Starland A real excellent programme Is to be seen at SUirlaml for this week-end, one abounding in many good features. The Hobo's a virile, vivid story of life in a small mining town in the coal regions of Pennsyl- vania. It portrays in a dramatic way the redemption and eventual Ing of a denizen' of the underworld. A fiiie farcical funnyism is found in "A Night extremely ludi- crous comedy satire. Several other features are to b-s found on the programme, and with'AIiss Agues Er- roi singing another of her popular ;ong hits, the whole offering is rounded into first class shape. A Talented Artist I t It was the writer's privilege, last' evening to hoar a very fine German mezzo-soprano m tht pubon of Mad arne Fakoba Weiuborg-Koesi.iig, who lias come here recently from Coldgne, Germany. Ilerr PhiJ V ('nbeip at companies his clever wife and'it IB their indention to locate in this ccun try which they admire very much. On this occaKlon Madame1 WeiiHierg sang Schubert's familiar Andnachr.- Bee- thoven's onlrancing Ich Hebe Dich and a very beautiful song'from-; Rob- ert Kahn's pen in which she revealed a. dramatic mezzo soprano voice of j excellent quality, well trained 'and capable of giving" adequate .color'-to those 'respective numbers. Moreover this artist possesses unusual temper- mental gifts which enhance grcati; the beauty of her singing. Her school- ing has been of a sound type. Herr Weinberj: plated the mentt, wi'th singular refinement. To-day and To-morrow CHEAT WEEK-END PROGRAM "The Hobo's Re- demption" A Powerful Portrayal of Re- generation. "A Night Out" Fanciful Funny Foto-Fllm "Driftwood" OUR SPECIAL FEATURE IT'S GREAT "Seeing Buffalo" A Pleasurable Scenic Miss Agnes Erroi StaHand's Sweet Soprano A government F.irm is to be estab- lished two miles from Fredericktou N B. f Pictured From Life This is nn( an artist's idea! of style it is ;i fiiilht'iil picture drawn from life of one of the .smartest of the eighteen 20th Century Brand slyles for Fall. Beautifully tailored in your choice of hundreds of line fabrics. AUK CORNELL TRAVIS Opposite Alexandra Hole! Kcliafolc-Clothiers.