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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 23, 1913 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD rage 7 PI ADtfE 8 LADIES'STORE VU. Plnne 453 Acwiii Block Lovely New Evening Gowns Just to Hand by Express Priced at and up to Elf and individuality arc the out- features of Iliis splendid model is entirely exclusive with this store, nnd represents the last of style as recognized tliis season in leading American and Canadian fashion centres. The soft, clingy, draped effects are in strong evidence, holli in the medium and high grade goods, while tunics Hjipcar to be as popular its ever, more especially-in the better lines. Bui not only in material! and general attractlvenut aro these far superior to of prevlom of the most attractive features of the tine throughout It v.ry mod- crate price attached to creation which will apftal most forc- ibly to women of exacting taste and limited mea'ni. A DESCRIPTION O'F STYLES THAT WOULD GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE RANGE OF CHOICE IS IMPOSS1BLS-THEY ARE BEST' APPBEOIAT EO AT CLOSE RAWSE AND WE "TEND TO YOU. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO INSPECT THE SHOWING AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE. WHETHER YOU INTEND BUYING OR NOT. .____________________ Banquet a Tribute to Athletic Young Peoples plied to by the superintendent, Mr. J. Iliginbotham. The toast to the church-was ac- companied by the sinking of "The Church's Oue Foundation." Mr. .1. K. Oliver proposed A very banquet was ten- dered last night lu the teachers oi Knox Sunday school; anil to the girls' basketball team, and the base- ball team, who distinguished them- selves and honored tliclr school by winning the shiehls emblematic oi the championship o! tho Sunday school league. The Indies of the" church who pre pared the repast certainly excelled themselves, and the guests thorough- ly eniofeJ the dainty supper. ilrp. Wm. Henderson' Xas the, con- venor -of the -committee 03. anau'ge- infiils; which was 'composed ol Mes- danus McKitlop, Kirtham, Donald, Drodie and Armstrong! The. young ladles', who. so the tables were the' Misses Smith, Lat- terly, Tracy, Murray'' and Tabor. After the bounteous least, the fol- lowing toasts were proposed mi sponded to The King, Rev, Cam- eron the Church, by liev. Cameron the'Sunday school teachers, proposed bv.Uev. tdwln Smith, .of. Slailcod, responded to by A. J. Irving the proposed by Boles, re- pleasing toast to the young lidies o( the- basVethall team; and their health was heartily drank in hearty. High- land fashion, and Miss Jean Stewart made a very graceful and well receiv- ed reply. The boys were similailv honored by Wrti. Frame, and the toast was well replied to by Rcrt Sang. The Ladles' Aid came in for some very complimentary remarks by Kaile Roberts, whose.. paper was .read' by Win. Frame, .and responded to by tho chairman, Rev. Cameron, in his usual bright way. HAD A RALLY The- pleasant gathering was closed with the singing o! "God the and the. young people adjourn- ed, .to. the. where another in- teresting program iras given. Alter exercises Jlisi Reynolds gave a very fine- "piano solo, Miss Ha- wl p.ttseth sang, being 'well accom- panied by Jllsi' Xiveti, anii the Rev. Edwin Smith' ot.Macleod gave an ex- ceptionally' fine address on .Tempta- tion. Under' this Very interesting sub- ject' he. touched '.'on si i heads, illus- trating each Irom history. The. lowing heads' were taken up 1. We, may he tempted. 2. We may liaye fallen. 3. We may have tempte'd others. 1. We may be successfully resistiu temptation. i. We may have outlived our temp tatlons. 6. We may be assisting others t resist temptation.. After this very enjoyable talk reso- lutions ol thanks to those who had participated in the projram, and to the Rev. Smith, were moved, and the benediction pronounced. The attendance was such as would indicate that Knox church has a vciy active body of your.g people, and the fajl and winter work has commenced with great vigor, ar.d much good will result. The. first regular meeting cf the Westminster Guild will te held next Monday night when officers for the year will be elected. Last night's rally was the first o! series to he conducted-during-the On Wednesday night the boys rally will, he addressed by H. C. Ltg- gatt, the specialist; who is''already well known in Lethbridjc. fol- FEW MORE MOMENTS TO Winnipeg, .Man., Sept. 23.-fVictor Pople, sentenced to be hanged here on Thursday, was formally notified that ho had been given a icspite unUl De- cember 15, which date of his alleged accomplice will have taken place. "I'll have a few more minutes to was his only remark; eia IDispl Of Ladies' Weai Our Range of Suits and; Goats is now .complete To the particular dressers wfc recommend an early selection v As in former years, the assortment is unsurpassed in Southern Alberta both in: quality' the attractiveness ol the. designs. Our prices are positively lower than elsewhere NEW ARRIVALS ODD SKIRTS, BLOUSES, UNDER- SKIRTS AND GLOVES The Royal Store TIMELY ARRIVAL OF TRUNKS AND BAGS o TRUNK AND HAG DEPA1VTMKNT is particularly attractive just now, having just received a new lot of sh-jjies for your inspection. Strength was the watch- word in the manufacture of accessories handle.' our suit cases with safety and carry them with pride. Our trunks were made to look fiood as well as wear well. This range includes a variety of'prices. The best luw-priced trunk you will find anywhere is here. Whether in immediate need of travelling goods nr not. pay us a visit. We will he pleased to show you our stock. Following tire a few. of our lines. We have many others equally as good. BAY SPECIAL SUIT CASE This cate Is ir.ade especially lor us. By buying In lirge Quiautlw vre are. able to these suit cases at a' jjrlco that la unbeatable. Made of heavy confide wllh swing handle, extra vide lock and claftpa, and la eight Inches deep with linen Heine. Size. 24 in. Size 26 in. S7.00 HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL TRUNK A tnmic eipimly for us. o( boiler mnterinl than tho trunk. It U fibre bound, canvas-covered and hae heavy tlrauB, hardwood alals anil extra brais bump' ers on nil cornere. Size 36 inches S9.75 Fibre Suit Cases A eultcaee'liml has tie apjiearance DE Icatlier nnd better tban a :heap leatherj This line ti cloth lined and has straps anil brass lock and fit- tlngs; Size 24 inches Size 26 inches Club Bags This Is ono of the rwaUfct appearing baga have ever Btocked. Black Imitation walrus grain, one handle, heavy leather bound cornere, and Is keratol lined. Size 16 inches S3.QO Size 18 inches 53.50 A Trunk Leader This trunk is made for bard ivear at 2. moderate price. It Is cantAB cov- ered, well bound and has one tray; strong hardwood rollers on tot- tora and brass lock and fittings. Size 32 inches Size 34 inches Size 36 inches THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES MILADI EDITED BY "INO- PHONE) 1111 VIRTUE Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright, bridal ol the earth and sky The" dew shall weep thy fall toaijht; For tiiou must die. Swett rose, whose- hue, angry and brave, Bids the tasli gazer wipe his eye Thy root is ever in its grave, '6 And thou must die. Sweet spring, lull oi sweet days and roses, A box-, where sweets compacted lie: My music shows vo have y'oat closes, And all must die. Only a sweet ar.d virtuous soul Like a seasoned timber, never gives: But though the whole world turn to Then chiefly lives. -George Herbert. t Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. J. A, JacSSon, wife of .Hi j Hpior Judge at itti I for lime in I.eth- Edwarii Leicester is spending a short', time at. the Arrow Lakes. Mrs. J. 0- Wilson is entertaining tlub this evening. Mrs. 'H Mew' social and reception to new members in the tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Mr. Harold Hamilton, son oi Su- erintendfnt and Mrs. Hatnlltou, has one to Guclph, Ont., to enter the gricultural college lor the S. A. if O aclf, the sis year old son ol Mr. nd Mrs. Wallace ClarV, Tenth St., elcbratc'd his birthday yesterday by ntcrtaining a .number'of his little riends. A happy time was spent in; fhe'Brldge li'Jrn'will be'-honpr guest. Southard Block 512, Third Avenue South .Jlrs! O'Hagan and daughters, Ag es'and Mytl, returned this morning coast, whert they sp-nt the League and Sunday scliool convention I tor the .three districts, Jlacleod, I.ethbridie and High River.. A toys' rally will beheld in Knox lecture loom at S o'clock tomorrow evening, .when Mr. II. .C. l.cggatt, (superintendent of the secondary, di- vision of the Alberta. Sunday school association will give an address. Tho Excelsior Male have elected oiricers for the ensuing year as follows: C. S. Donaldson (re- CRASHED THROUGH BRIDGE AT OF OWN- ERS KILLED ST. Vici-Presidcnt-JIr. 11. (1. 1 Kilgr.r. George L. Taylor. At the conclusion ol the rehearsal in (he Y.M.C.A. last evening, Mrs. Taylor, Jlrs. Frank Jlaruell and Mrs. A. li. Johr.son acted as My refreshments being served. H was decided to hold tile first Edmonton, Sept. A threshing -Ij outfit belonging to Kales Uros., Ed-: monton south, went through the gov- crnment bridge, at- St. Albert: this norning. One. of the brothers isr dead as a result ot his being pinned- under the engiuc at the bottom of" the Sturgeon River. Details to hand- do not give the brothers' names. games ot all kinds, after which a concet{ of lhc in to Y.M.C. dainty supper was served at a pretty A on October 10th. able centred with the candle adorn- birthday cake. The .tea given hy Mrs. Ford yes- .erdaf in connection with St. Mary's iuild most successful. Gramo-- DISTRICT COURT SITTING District Court sat today for the (irst ittrae since the long receEB. A long o( caECS waj down fcr hcar. ihooe selections were Posing, and _, a c JackBOC The small tables, decked with Fhareta s in ter 'of the home, passed the sweets. c, 3 'f of the court taken up unlll late, action br Capliu vs. which Thjs case will he followed tiv tho large debt case, Dau-son vs. Fecit. Tn MERCHANTS TO DINE Tho branch of the He- Lai! Merchants' association of Canada liolfl. their first luncheon 'tomorrow' Mr. A. H. Demara, a member ot the Dominion Board, will speak, and J. E. Duchnall, secretary ot tho provincial board, will fce present. TO BUILD CONVENT SCHOOL Medicine Har, Alia., Sept. Sisters of the charges ot SI. LouIV who havo a convent school are-.. completing arrangemenlsrfar-the iir'-'r ectlon ot a convent nnd. hoarding school, to he built on the .North Hill. on a site donated by B. D. The first unit will built thla and next spring, at a cost ot Those interested arn reminded tka his Is the night of. the recital, tc 50 given In Wesley church by pu 11s o! Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. Mrs. A. Stafford is eatertain- n'g aV the tea hour tomorrow com- iliraenfary to Mrs. F..H. Mewburn. i 'v C' An' item in The Trail" News men- tions, that Mrs. Waller Jordon is [tie "sucst of Mrs. Llnton Lundy. Mrs. McKillop. wax a tea hour hos- tess this afternoon In courtesy to Mrs.' K. H. ilewhum, Onlr a few very old-timers were Mr. Cocq, ol (he Imperial Bank staff, has 'tetmsed from vacation spent with his iincle at Grassj--.LaVe. if and Mrs. Si. P. Johnson expected home from their.' (asUrn honeymoon trip at the.W'd ot fho yrtdi. They will tako up" tUirresl dcnce at 1217 Sixth j The JIathesis cluh Jare opfning thfii autumn season with ao aaniversar; nclgium, and will take up residence at Lcipsic, Oermany, for one year: 0! the party, Miss Helen daughter of cv-Ald. and Jlrs. A. H. VarvH-arl, ol Kredericton Hiss Jlay JfcAdam, also ol that city Jliss Gladys Graat, of Kouthampton and Miss Tabor, of Lethbridge, Alberta, will study music..The Misses.Ida and Aimie McAdam also accompanied the Canadian Jlatl. Miss Tanor is a daughter oi Mr. and' J. H. Tnhor and the Miss- es McAdam arc 'Irs. Tabor's sisters. While In London the party were guests with the o( Ashnurn- am, a former. Fredericton girl. WKONSKI-VAWUH SI. Patrick's church was the scene il a wedding at.nine o'clock this norning, when the Kev. Father Ros- nlhal united In marriage Misa Mar> ' Mr. John Hronsii. Mr.-and. Mrs. WronsVI will reside Corth Lethbrldge. AND The Ladles' Aid ol the First Bap tlst church will meet tomorrow al ferhoon 'with Mrs. W.- J. AVItliams 1312'Sixth'Are., K.' t Kev. Mr. Irwin, o! Bcllevue, an interesting addttss (o a combine meeting ol Westminster and W Kpwotlh I.eajue In Wesley churc last night. Ml, Irwln is enthusiast about the convention to he field High Rim i.ext week nnd spo'xe its interests. This is the Epwoi RESULTS OF THE DAIRY TESTS (Continued Irom iroat SEDIMENT TESTS. Eleven (11) famples have been tested for sediment with the following esults: Fair Poor Owner or farm 'ftrry Tlffln Uanlelj Gwatklns JULy TEST, Retdlled bj-. produced Percentage of Daily Marts awarded no 650 220 6S ZOO 89% 83% Ohamhors 375 1000 225 260 4SO 200 SO 83% 82 73% ...Letb. (cream ...ixjtubrldge Creamery ...Coi's D.ilry............ ...Cox's Dairy EnrlgM (Simnyaide Dairy) and Moeh ...Chambers' (Clly Dairy) ....LcthbrldRO Creamerj' ciiatney Gallrell .....Ctiainejr aim neglmbal Fornler......Uthbrldge Creamery Watson Creamery ......Pyle Dairy) RESULTS OF TESTS FOR BUTTERFAT. Rnrlght (Sunnyslde Dairy) ........................4.8% Chambers Cox't Dairy Pyle (tftolrilnr-iJ Letnbrlaso CrMme.iy .aulterwlck 3-8% of buttertat required There have been'.elghl tcfled" for sediment, ftlth -the .following Good a Fair rc'or 2- ;