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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tbe Leabrldge Dally Thurgday, TTV HILL'S STORE To biiy your Suit or Goat here is your guarantee for right style -Not ev ery. lady says. so; i-biit ninety-nine, in a, ..hundred "Thinks she'd as' soon be out of 'the" world of style" in Of course there styles and and because a "gar- jment" is new, its no. guaran- tee that it's right stylish al- ways, but .at the cop of "the line here reads: To buy your sfiit or coat here is your guarantee for So it is, and -we'll hare it. KNITTED COATS asfe yon to choose few lines.. You .can ironi of cnttellers' no two prices :greatly reduced. There's a wealth of good in our "Rosedale" mod- els in both coats and. suits. in and see these smart Xew York ob- .ligation to buy. These prices should tempt you however. Alberta's Greatest Store. E.J. Redpath Sfreet Lethbridge. r, DITKD TOASTS May every mirror we look a-t cast an- honest reftevuon. Home: The place where, you are treated best and grumble most, May we never envy those who are happy, but strive to imitate them. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Anderson announce engagement" of tneir sister, Mies Jewie Win- mtred Andarson, to Mr. tfeorge Elmer Fleming. The wedding" willfce celebrated at Knox Church, Wednesday, October filtn. AWFUL WRECK OF TMCTION1GARS :irdm; front The Injured are F A. Parkliurt; Bluffiton broken spmer P..- W. L- Jones both gan; to. pile up around me. T did not beat crash or any noise. Things just seemed to rise up arpuad me and I-.' could not- anything to stop them. ,'Tieh, T lost, "consciousness. X guessT 'for lie next I, tnew I- ,was ,la the grove -near wreck. I remember of hearing; any screams or any noise. Tie. reason of this -I guess J vwas soirewat out of -'-m Warren, banker, C 3tT Browne, 1 legs "bfokea John Eichenberger, Berne, legs broken and internally.. In-j- .JVIargaret 'concussion or the bram, Mrs.' Burgan, Blufiton, brolen. leg" and num erous "hodv wounas, 8 "Wayne, m p torman, scalp Paralyzed :By -walked back" i-b tie wxecfe ana'- saw .Mptornian' Charles on. the around across remember; anything more The spot where the disaster' took to bed. wreck.. Two Men" Found Brothers abo.ut rthe SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mtss Jessie Anderson, visiting in High is expected home the end of the week. Mr. and Mrst Mackedie of Tancou- ver are the guests of Mr.-and J.-A. IL Rome. Mackedie is a sister of Mrs. Rome. ._ Sir Wilfrid Lkurier returned ,to Ot- tawa on Monday after spending a. few days with La-dy Laurier in their form- er home at Arthabaskaville. .Mrs. X, W. street, is leaving tomorrow morning, to j spend a few. weeks .at 0.; visiting.-her sister, Mrs. John .-S. Stevens and other friends." Mrs.'A. L. Foster .hastily left 'for Seattle on the Flyer yes-terday .morn- ing in response to a telegram inform- ing- her of the dangerous illness of her brother-in-law in that city. _, If you are planning Shearing Melba in, Calgary .Friday evening, Oct. 7th, Mr; Tliley. can. seats. -Twenty.: seats-in "the centre of the hall "-have been.' reserved the Lethbridge Qur "At .day calendar .will begin, the. JSrst of Be sure and haver vouir name-among'the host- esses for. the season. Each.-day those receiving the following day will ap- pear.. _ ;MrsV; Bipley, Duf- ferin last night from after a wedding trip will reside in tlieir new home in The pretty' %edding took v place at the home of Mrs. Ferguson, Guineas street. Lethbridge, at noon yesterday, Sept. 21, of Dr. Francis A. McBwan of Red Deer, Alberta, and Miss Mary McPharlane D'argave! of -Wiarton, Ont. Rev, W: W., Bryden, minister of St Andr-ew's Presbyterian church, formed the ceremony. DAILY RECIPE Qeneriil in :the world -General mad Grant, taated this pudding and were they asked for the and It has called by that name; -Hnougb. for eight peopJa. Weight of three eggs in flour. butter, iugar and orange marmalade. Four tableapoontjilB of milk and two of powder. Put in buttsred moid and leave room to ria'e. Steam Serve with foamv I made marmalade of .two lenuwu, and five of 4Ugar. Fifty worth' makes 13 glaaset and it half a glass for the finest in the world: Cream Malf a cup of fcutter un- til soft, add' one capful of sugar, by seasppbnfuls, then-add'half a cup" of te- pid water, by teaapoonfuls. If an ap- jxearance, of sets in stop stir- ring and leayie of the liquid. Put in 'a china pitcher and wanted a saucepan oi 'orous, boiling water and let ctibk an hour. It. should be all foam. Serve, .immediately. Better wait for it. than'let it wait'for you. Snowy for plum or any fine Order aome of our Meat Pies (old country on Thursday for delivery on Saturday They're delicious Ford St Hal APOLOGY FROM JUDGE Innooent Macedonian Waited Three in Jail For Trial 'Toronto, sept "judge on the (bench apologizing to the prisoner in me dock was 'unusual cle in the Seoaions yester- aay. The .was Mr. Justice aixd'the prisoner, Tj-uro Sink- lifr, a and His Lordship was apologizing., not for Mtnself, but for the law, which-allowed Sinkliff to be kept in jail' three months when the. weight of evidence was In his ra.vor. charged by unris. Dan to, another Macedonian, with shooting him Jthree months ago. Owing to the- nature of the; ease it could not, be. a magistrate, and as could not, get i, he was until yesterday. en" tfie xjaae came up it was found Danto really had himself wfiUe the aroppec c. 2. who ap- peared.for Sinklltf, deoiared the case to an' of need for a central crisninaj court, and of the injustice of the law. that tne attention of the Minister of Jus- tice tie called to it. with the Jary'i oonatnt. Judge Den- ton a roriaai of not guttty. _, i the he aald to the interpreter, "tkatjie ta lonorably dis- POKER FASHIONABLE GAME IN ENGLAND Blufiton, Ind.T Sept. son, a reporter or the BluStoa. Ba'n- was sent to cover the wreck. .immensity and Horror oi the disaster. BM take of his hoine to, axmed to were in the ill-iat- of a "bodies Irom the debns The dead and I _T _ injured-were laid in rows beside.the of Bhmton, was wives brought- clothes' to aid the in- cover .the dead and'make -bandages The bodies were legs and arms were heads cut from, -bodies and the flesh the bod- -physicians had little as- ..sistsace; .farmers .and the iiijured suffered extremities .of -their "hurts lor two .hours before were relieved by the going -through the debris he across! of his broth- er, "S. D. Cook, a. grocer, who had to death. Investigating the Cause Bluffton, Ind., Sept. the and Shane, of-the .Indiana Railroad Coru- --1-1-- mission, Jbas arrived here to investi- the inter-urban collision which resulted in a large loss ot life here All the: time pending the yesterday. .--.Arrival, oi physicians the helpless to aid them. CooQuctor's G-raphic Story .Bluffton, .Sept. Conductor Del -Wilson, of the south-bound iCar fold a graphic story oi the He said "I was going toward the rear of my car to -get the keys' "iro'm- locfcer wrji -io tialock a switch ha-s a dead -end and unless 'it .was unlocked we would have into 'the ground.; We were then about a quarter oi a mile from Kingsland., :ved .they, iad Wayne. and conductor of tbe way clear right The men 'Kipley-has been, visiting for "the'past two months half. Mr. Ripley .went. to. Nel- son on back. Mrs- Starnes four tables at bridge. Tuesday eveningr.. as "a "court- esy to Miss JeffrieB. who is now Mrs. Reeve's, Autumn, ,blossoms were used effectively about the robins where the game was played. vors .were awarded Mrs. Lethbridge and Mrs. Buchanan., Mrs. Arnold was -the hostess at. a pleasant little bridge tournament last evening complimentary .to Mrs. Mc- Nicol's mother and Mrs. Fos- ter. The game played at two tables and at the" close of the evening was found that Mrs. H. J. Goode was entitled to the. honors. pudding. HOW TO GIVEjA LETTER ODD SCHEME-FOR DECORATIONS Remove the pictures from the walls oi your feceptiqir room, and of the English- alphabet cut out oi red bris- tol .make a frieze above-the .paneling' or on a level with the eye. Beneath, scatter., souyenk views, lith- ographs and of coun try and city, postoffices, inserting them '-.tSe' ioeshes- o! Sshnets. Mail and steamship schedules might also be in evidence to suggest the nature of the party. of the. room', opposite the hall.door, extend a strip of canvas on which, shadows may! be cast from'.a machine, on .the stair, landing. Titlad Damt, Famous for Her Beauty, ac One ..of the Best Bluff dr.." Sepc. is now the game, and large sums are changing -hands nigiitly as a. re- "I think the judge" wdd the pris- through the iuteqireter. "Tftll gate; the.Judge, it IB a matter of- regret iMt owing- to legal procedure iie not. had his "I ttoank' the translated the interpreter again. "And: tell continued the judge, "tnat we hope, he win get his work 'Dacir, and if'I can help in any way, 1 will do so." MAPLE LEAF COMPANY "PAYS FIRST DIVIDEND. Sept' first divi- suit of the craze. Ladies are as keen -dend has the. Maple' as the men; indeed, a titled dame, ranipus for her beauty, is: regarded as one of the-best" "bluffers" now living-, and well able, to with male players. ,A" few nights ago, in. the course of gime with three. millionaire, friends, pot after .pot, and, finally cleared the gentlemen of re- maining cash 'with what is known as Husft." Milling. Co., Kenora. It am- ounts to 3 "1-2 per cent., and covers a half year since the "-company was or- ganized in April The Trades Union 'Congress sion at Sheffield, Eng.yhaB taken, steps looking to the- of, all: trades unions .-in the kingdom, as an effect- to bring a general ive way strike. Rochon's Cafe Sale of Confectionery on Saturday Full Orchestra in Attendance HAS A THIRD: GIRL. ALSO Hamilton of Opinion' That Another Has Done Away With .Hamilton, police to- day .are grayling for. another .girl's 'body -in- the where Beatrice -Stoker and Cole, girl chums, .the oast two weeks., .The Stoker Taeing reprimand-" ed ;oy. ner employers, Jended ter are. TJien ner friend, Cherry Cole; naunted, visions of comns'-and -the dead girl's .drowned herself. -la each tie "girl's hats -were on the, revetment'wall, and led io'the' the .bodies. This morning the., police -were; start- "find hat in the, same spot. They are wondering if the: drainajic. suicide'-of the other two s led The entertainment committee ap- pointed for the season of 1910-11 by the Sons of England, are certainly to be congratulated on the success of their first Whist Drive, which was held in the Oddiellows Hall on Wed- nesday night., Upwards oi eighty members- and lady- friends were pres- ent, and took part in the drive, which was voted a great success by every- one present. Miss A. P.' Parr :took the ladies' first prize, Mrs. J. W. Boulton the 2nd prize, and Mrs. W. Appleby the ladies' consolation prize: Mr. Rennard. the first gents', 3lr. TT -IT" TT -T of the Hoadley 2nd, ana Mr. McHenrr the .southbound car were, it is said, to serv- ,all.-regulars" and to T car at the Kingsland The southbound car, hurry- ing to" Bluftton .to load with passeng- ers -for the fair at Fort Wayne, pass- ed- swp number 108 and it is suppos- switch we were approaching. Thfs" edj the jaotorman thought he couM all the stuff in the car be-; ed by "the blow. No. 107, hut before he reached" it the crash carae. So many prominent' inhabitants- oi Blufiton were .killed that t-he town, is stagger-. Severe attacks of rheumatism are often responsible for cases of organic heart trouble. At-any-rate it is foolish to grin and bear RHEUMATIC REMEDY would-.likely- cuse your case. It lias proved beneficial in all forms of Rheumatism muscular, inflammatory and gouty. A big bottle costs only ed during the interval ,by members of the Daughters and Maids ot England by the way the two So- cieties are working together there ap- pears to be lots of good times in store for the 'S.O.E. and their friends. In spite of the inclement weather yesterday afternoon a number of prospective purchasers braved the wind and rain and betook themselves to the apron sale and tea held by the Ladies' Aid in "Wesley church club rooms. They -were graciously welcom- ed by the president, 'Mrs. Southard, then cheered with, tea and -dainties served by Hufner, Living- stone, Hide and Pierce at small flower decked tables. The apron booth was the centre of attraction; here aprons of every description from the immense gingham ones to the dainty bits of linen and -lace were displayed. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Gay-were in. charge oi the booth and during the afternoon were kept fairly busy, amounted to The proceeds you buy will giro you Sold and guaranteed by ALL LETHBRIDGE DURGGISTS 2284 Cupid's Cotirt Fernie, Sept. marriage of A. G. Wilmot of Vancouver to Miss Kidd, ma-tron of the Fernie hospital, took place, in Christ church this'morn- ing, tbe ceremony being performed by Rev: Walton, rector. Mr.. Wilmot is well .known here, of the Canadian Bank of Commerce for years before going to Van- engased in the several couver, where he is JKi hnoi-nacc tie 'amuse themselves number letter puzzles; games and a pseudo mail 'carrier, appears 'in -fray -liniiorm with- his letter bagi and in. mail for The happy couple leave today and the arrival is announced bell. Special, deliveries, registered letters, circulars, samples and. post cards' are delivered ---with, equal "fre- the hostess havinKrled the way, a'letter taneously shares its V. contents the rest. Marriage proposals, charity, requests, -money fashion" circu- lars, legal letters announcing, legacies would be a fairly amusing: variety, afford ample-scope fof-ori- giEality on.-the part of the hostess.- An entertainment always in- complete without a. contest of some sort. In this instance distributeJtieat ly. cut squares of.. with three small colored crayons tied- to one corner with a! vivid knot baby ribbon. Ask pictorially seven letters in the alpha- bet. .For ,'.'b" would call for the "picture, of a blue jay and so on. At the bottom of their cards the guests design' a puzzle picture of their own names.-. After this the cards are returned to the bos. tess who shuffles them- and redistri- butes tbem. to the various; guests, who now get busy, puzzling out tbe names. Prizes may be--offered. If you like something droll your letter party write, out- a fatuously foolisii and sentimental- "love-letter leaving a blank for the" most sugges- tive words and phrases. Have -it cast oti the screen in light in your reception room. ..The" enthusi- asm to find the fitting -words is" .sure to end in which is ways a tribute to-the host-ess. The wise hostess is sure to provide some- thing of the kind the evening to break that barrier "of reserve that. is sure to Isolde certain personali- ties. _ _, When some of are.of the literary and artistic turn part of the entertainment might well consist of the reading aloud ot certain-love-let- ters of noted authors ,and artists, as well as some of their most-character- istic letters of friendship. and social Intercourse. This would admirably offset the farcical and ephemeral sides of your partj. The letter idea may be carried out successfully in the .refreshment scheme. Ice cream may-be.molded by letter-shaped cookie cutters, and ac- companied by letter shaped. wafers. The sandwiches may be cut round and slenderly rectangular to represent dots and dashes. As the learned and, intellectual now lean more strongly to a vegetable than a meat diet the filling might be of fruit or vegetable. The whole can be .served nicely on in- dividual paper plates with pretty lace paper variances. While tbe refreshments are being dis posed of tire pseudo mail carrier still makes his" appearance at regular inter vals. The letters he delivers now con tain wise remarks on the .art of cook- including' many and impossible, recipes', epicurean, breakfast if.enus and on French cookery. The post cards are chiefly- pictures of delectable, highly colored fruits and_veeetabies rtended to sharpen the guests' ad increase-their good Exciutive control, for Lethbridge for the famous "Northway" man tailored garments. A 0 CLARKE GO- .The Ladies' Store .v Cask id Oae ftke The Right Tfcmg, at the Right Tine, at the Sols selling Agents for the glove-fitting Corsets., Without regard to t-Ke splendid character of majke and Saturday Beyond all The most important .'ligt of weekend bftrfainB that: has thus. far. published by this store is announced today for the benefit of JtiAay' and That any of -the items described here permit of .unusual money-saving is beyond dispute-Tin fact we no hesitation in that such prices lor merchandise of present need and- highest merit, cannot be Matched anywhere in "Southern Alberta. Read the list carefully and prepare to shop early. Two Pays Sensational Selling of Pure Wool Cashmere Hose 3 Wonderful Values for the Week- End Sale 35c 3 Pair f WJO We happened across an eiceptioiial opportunity to close out a big quantity at a.special, price, and anticipating a ready sale for such excellent qualities, we bought liberally; so tomorrow and Saturday we're giving you the benefit of oar good fortune, at the same time forcibly demonstrating the advantages of making 3rour selections from aplendldly assorted, hosiery stock. pure wool cMhmore goods, plain full seam- spliced and toes, shown ladies' running from 8 1-2 to 10 Any pair a splen- did at 50o; Satur- day Vpiirsil.lB pairs BIG CLEARANCE OF ENGLISH SILK UNDERSKIRTS S2.25 VALUES WORTH UP TO Made of the very best imitation of silk that it is possible to as good, rustles the same and wears niuch better.- Shown in rarious styles, all with deep flounce and liberal full- ness, colors, navy, brown, cardinal, grey, green, tan and black. A big collection to choose from for this Saturday .sale, worth tip to WEIGHT FLAN- NBtETTES 12 1-2c An ejcoeptionai value for the two days' selling, worth' I5c per yard, shown in big range, of light and medium, colored stripes, 32 inches wide, very arm and closely woven, Friday- Saturday special 12 We'll see the last of these Kid Gloves Tomorrow and Sat. REGULAR VALUE. By far the best glove values we have" ever had to offer and tie most suitable weight for fall and .wiater wear. Made of heavy dog-skin in tans only, waif proportioned, splendidly sewn, perfect fitting, finished with one dome at writt. Special f NEW TALL Jxtst the proper weight for early fall and winter wear, shown in white or natural color vests long sleeves, bttt- toned front; draw- ers in open or closed styies, qualities yoir would have difficul- ty in matcMcbg at 35c and 45o. Iri- dfty Mid Saturday special The Suit Sale Continues with new additions to the assortment and better values than ever S22.50 VALUES WORTH UP TO to any figure including miascs', and regular model tailored and abaoltttely exclusiye titls srtora, niade oi; pure" wool sergee and diagonal .worsteds, semi-fitting pleated neatly trimmed 'mnu Buttons, xiiu WOiiuSr- ful valoe for this Friday and Saturday sale J ;