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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September TTIU LK riTBKTDGE DAILY HERALD' Stop at Saturday All Street Cars and All on Foot Will Wend Their Way and Stop at E. J. HILL SATURDAY Stop at Saturday To Get First Pick of These Powerful Bargains on Sale at Sharp. Miss This Sale Not, It Will Cause a Sensation Without Doubt Ladies' Skirts, At This Is the rldlculoiiB pried we have on- thin bunch of Ladles' Skirts, made of Irish Jfa'ney Tweed's. Ladles1 Cloth ,and some fancy E'.lk. and wool mixtures. Lots of black also light, and dark. Plain und fancy .some may need little alteration, but look at tho price. If you arc an early bird you cau over and.get your Qfi choice A Waist Snap a- olenii-up. They will not lie on the coimter long when say 'that the lot con- sists of. odd lines of Ladles' Black and White Lawn Flannel Lustre Cashmere Waists in all .'Boris-of stylas an-! iiBll.nrns Regular 12.50. and Clearing Price A A Saturday, each ...................9 W The Final of the Greatest Shoe EVENT ever heard of In tills, our fair my. Hundreds tud hundreds of pairs have licmi Bolfl this week. No wonder, at Hie ridiculous price.' Saturday yon can get your choice of Udics' Tan Oxfords tZ.iiO, J.3.00, J3.50 ill. uitent OlfordE and patent kid lops.ill 13.00 and 13.nO; tan pumps patent kid booti, with'cloth tops in grey and fancy, 5-1.00; til perfect' and fresh goods. No damaged goods 'and we arc going to group iliis lot and five'the first comers their choice around at, the nomlriAl price vliat do you QC pair I lielette for lOc Ifincy striped, good patterns, plain colors. In ijjucj vi lilie; soft and wide, for........................... iis is Going to Be a Saturday at E. J. Hill Co.s MADAM, HAVE YOU GIVEN ATTENTION TO THAT NEW FALL COAT FOR-5ELF OR DAUGHTER. SATURDAY WILL BE.YOUR OPPOR. TUNITY, DHOP IN AND SEE THE NOVELTIES. COATS WITH THE LARGE COLLARS AND CUFFS SO FASHIONABLE! AND FASTENED WITH LARGE BUTTONS TO MATCH. MATERIALS OF EXTREME PAT- TERNS; 54' IN. LONG, REVER- SIBLE AND CHINCHILLA CLOTHS. SPLENDID RANGE AT 520.00. SEE OUR VALUES IN LADIES' AN.D MISSES PONY SKIN COATS AT ?20.00, Every Man, Youth or Boy Should pay a visit to our mammoth clothing ami furnishing department. The largcet in the city, and inspect.the great values wo have pre- pared for tliem in shirts overcoats, sweaters, hats, tle'j, in fact everything that goes Lo.riiake well dressed-man, youth or boy. Values be found extraordinary ami'the styles (he yery latest. Family Sheeting In bleached or un- lileached; yards wide, twill or OQft plain, for lurge size for, per or 35c Lethbridge's Great Ribbon Event Yd 25c J ue unique In history'oC hlbbon Silfi I'll, Sunny Alberta. Sharp al 8..'10 We Jon salo upwards-of 20 Opieces of elogvut'rich, laucy.'rlbbon.s In 3 1-2 to 0 1-2 inches wide... Rich a-nd beautiful pure allk ;all-fiultablei for millinery, hair, and fancy work ThB lot-includes every thiiig and new. and dainty In stripes, checks, pinids and some, lovely. Per: It's a Ribbon sale never before attempted in tuis city; rich and fashionable and ribbons worth 50c, Bfic, 'and a few all ati.orie price per yard fiw-lJ Flannels _; Another shipment oL. those famous Eiderdown fancy patLern" flannels Iti beautiful patterns; plain and for ladies' kimonas, dressing sacks, etc., Ofln OUU Uygo Tl p H fljL ilf'll Miss This Will tause a Sensation Without a Doubt Our Magnificent Stock of Furniture on Third and Fourth Floor Stand Second to None Between Winnipeg and the Coast. Take Elevator and Inspect. Stop at Saturday E.J. The Big Store of Satisfaction Stop at Saturday JAUSE OF THE WEST IN NATION'S INTEREST Wilfrid Laurier Re- plies to His Eastern I Critics giHailcybury, Out., Sept. Wil- frid Laurier 'spent n busy day, the ibjoyment of his trip down Lake ftmiskainjng being somewhat, marred W exceedingly disagreeable weather. ;MThe private car of the leader of the and liis frleiids. was pught from Cobalt after the weet- there last night, but his formal "iry.lnlo Halloybnry 'was made at o'clock this moTiiing, when he greeted by the civic reception cgjjnriiitlee, augmented by delegations m Ville Marie, Fabre, Guignes, Tsadore and Buck townships, he.Liberal laaden sailed down the lake to Ville -Marie, where they were entertained at luncheon by Mr. G-uay. :An Informal meeting -was held in the afternoon, with a large crowd o[ French residents of Ville Marie and other towns of North Pontiac forming an appreciative audience. Several sn_eeqhes were made, ihe majority in the French language. Ilailcyburj- was reached on thu re- turn trio lafe' In' the afternoon, and the visitors wera the guests of C'. A. Tosler, secretary oE the Teinisknuiin.p, Liberal association U.L dinner. Certain results because purest in q u a 1 ity; try it and Sir aMffiEsed a. large audi- ence at the local.roller rink in the Weit Needi Support In the course of hie address, Sir Wilfrid stated that hie attention bad been directed to 'an article in the Montreal Star, criticlaiug his refer- ence to reciprocity in the northern Ontario visit. "The Star tella he said, "Ihni the people of Canada, in September last, pronounced against it, the de- bate was closed, and i should no more speak of it. "If this be true, if the debate be closed, and closed forever, then it would" be very impolitic, if nothing more, if I should continue it. Nat- urally, the remedy which, was objected io hy certain people, still exists, and must be dealt "with. I bow'to the de- claration that the people rejected the remedy which we propowd. But, fel- low citizens of Ontario, for tha sako of your country, you must -face the problem. If you will .not give the West Ilnd them 6. sub- stitute, and give them the remedy they rightly at your hands. You cannot leave the thrqe prairie prov- inces in a state of discontent, if you arc to have a united, cowUnled ai. prosperous Canada. Carry the Menage God spares me, and keeps me in ihe splendid state of health Hn is keeping me in, I hope within ihe next few years to go out, to the whole province of Ontario.1 If In going every- where, I can get. an opportunity and ask the people as true Canadians, loy- al io the best interests of the whole country, to lock into the whole mai- ler with me and consider the econ- omic problems of I want to win, and 1 Intend to do my best In ihe fight, bnt if I fill I will not whine. I will my defeat like n man. "So I aay (o the Mouii'Gul Star: "we shall not allow you to remain idle. Yon must ile.tl with (his problem, be- cause It IK juai, and hecansu of (he whole of OUT t'OuDlry; the lulero-us of the Cnmullnn Uemrtrid It, nnd 1 am ready to gi) io ilie West, and (he people ihe divevcc In- of ihe They say thai. Liberalism is dead. I aspire to see a joyous resurrection, due io the inspir- ation of public service.." TEDDY TALKS TO BIG RED MEN Displays His Knowledge of Indian Signs and Lore in New Mexico AlliuqutiTiiue, K. M., Sept. Thcodorc Ilooacvelt saw much of the Indians of New ftiirt struck up a neighborhood acquaintance 'with liicm yusLcrday. Whenever the traiu stopped, the Indians and Col. lloosc- vcll studied each other. Col. Roosevelt spoke to a large on the plaza here. He appeal- ed especially to the Spanish-Ameri- cans 10 support the new parly and to turn iheir backs on the hosses.- R was Hie Pueblo Indians whom Col. Roosevelt met. Col. Cecil tyou of Texas, major domo of the velt I rain, sent word ahead Ihe Indian villages along the way that the Colonel was t'oming through and the The Wites AH Carry The Same Wan? You have louse some Ur..l of ran on tlic InLli. Lnting. Arc you using Mll-WINDSOR TABLE SALT? Il'ullie little llilBK.i Hiftl Indians left Lhelr lilile huts on tho "clifTs and came out to in-aeL.him. largest gathering- wa-s at Lagua a.piclureeque settlement. There were perhaps a hundred liii'iivus wniting for the train Others sat on the red rocks above and looked on tins scene with, impassive faces. A .fonn- or studcnL at iho Carlisle Indian school, Frank .Simons, diief of Hie Indians at Lagunit, was in trout IQ do the honors. soon as ihe train slopped Hie chieE walked forward and shook hands with Col Hoospvoil. "Wluit Hie Colonel asked. the chief Teplied. fine, by said ilie Colonel. "There 'was a Carlisle boy at (he Olympic games who cleaned Uiem all hp. He ran like a coyote .with a torch in his momli." At tin's Lht! imiiaiis wagged their heads ami smiled, for the Colonel had used a bil, of Indian slang which they understood. "Oil 1 lived aiiionj; the Indians in the he said, "and I know a good deal alionr, yon, SRC .here." ih-2 Colonel tbrunt nn ami inlo the air wltli.hvo llnscrs held apart, like a "IV1 "hidinn sign lanmuiac." he said: "that means jack rabbit." The1 Indians their heads. Then the Colonel drew his iorc finder across his throat IIP if he was cutting it. "Sionx lui said, and llic Indians agreed. He then pin his liamM with tho iingur-s ouistrpirliod beside his hcail like lingo ears. ho out. "The CARGO YUKON BULLION Seatile, .Sept. a million dollars in gold bullion and liO tons of valuable furs were brought' from Llic Sewarci peninsula, and Iditarod districts by tlie sLeamship Victoria, which arrived from Nome, Alaska, to- day. The Victoria bad 2C1 passon- gcrs, the vanguard of the annual exo- dus from 'Konie -of- Alaska -bnainess men who come to tlie States to spend the winter wneu. navigation of Beh- ling'Sea is cloacd and the only com miinication with Nome' is oVer the 2000-mile snow trail Io southwestern Alaska. GOING TO WASHINGTON Vienna, Sept. The- odore Humba, at present minister to Hweden, was today nominated to suc- ceed Baron Hengelmuller Von Hen- gervnr nR ambassador of Austriu- Rimgary at Washington. THE STORE OF QUALITY GEO. KERR HIGH CLASS GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS TEAS AND COFFEES NEW ARRIVALS Harlloy's Jelly M.muahulo 30c. great whi-o Huli-M- said the j chief. A larffo par I. of ihat heard Colom-l HnustMcIi In Albuqiici'- qne was composed ol Gco. Armljo. who a sorKt'init or Col. HUOKC veil's riiiif.l: riiloiv, acted RS in- .lorproliT Tor his old ommnndor when spoke iu iliosc in his audience who knew only LIKE A THIEF IN THE NIGHT Vork. KolK. IS.--UI-. II. F of lU'i-lin. ;i pi-iunliionl. hlilii scloniisl. and oilifhli livo 01 ICniiH'ror Io Ihi? Api'llcil Chi'in adc 30c. Kin; anil Cfnin'er iJiivinahulc 30c' Lciuon Mannaliulc 30c. XCAV Hiispliorrics 2.jc CAL1FOKXIA Whito Eosc' Honey, Wliiio Cherries in glass Apvii'Ots in .55c (JranbcMTv Sniico....... 35c PURE JAM IN TUMBLERS 2 FOR 25c. Specials for Friday and Saturday 1ND1.OK and (inc BVII! (0 Co wliich lust l''riitay. ili.'il ilic' HlllL'l CMioii-o KHiorla reaches, Ini-jre C'liniee ljei-l'eelion Peaelies, laru'e 7oc. Cluiiei1 Italian Prunes, hirji'e cnses. Oranges, per dox.en.....30c, -lOc liananas, per oOc. Grapes-, SOc per Kipc Toinaioes. liaskei I50c. (.iret'ii Toniulocs........ ils i.'il ,1 SI llifihl. GEO. KERR CO. slilck'.in will) hciirl uonliln g ;ilu] iliod wlillo lie- Ciirrlcil in an ainbuliincc. Phonos 1. and ;