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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Scptciiihgr THE LimrBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI 'DOITED BY "INC" Offle., 1114 mi AVImt can cunoblc sols, or slaves, o cowards? Alas! Not all tho blood of all til Howards. hi running tlicir race, men of blrt look back too much, which Is a mar! of n bad runner. The man who has nothing to bons ol' but his illustrious ancestry Is like tho part underground Let high birth Iriumpli! What can be more great? merit in a low estate To virtue's humblest, son let noiio prefer, desceudcd from the con ijueror. '.Mrs. W. A. Ott left yesterday to a week at Benscarth, Man. Miss Holes Russell, of-.Midland, who was i week-end visitor with Miss Phyllis Higlnbotlmm, left today for Toronto. t Mrs. W. S. Adams, who has been ill for'for some weeks, is'progressing finely and waa able to sit up for the first time today. Mr: .M. V. P., of Eard- ston.'was in the city today, and went north on the afternoon train. Mr. and lira. W. 0. Jarrett, of Toronto, are the guests of the for- mer's slater, Mrs. T. s. Fetterly, for a few days en route home from Van- couver. t Mrs. Hhyml Jamieson will return to- morrow from a visit in Banff and Cal- gary. Mr. and Mrs. .lamieson have taken apartments In the Hull Block Mr. A. B. DoumaiL left this morn- ing for Calgary, where lie will spend a low days. The finale of the series of shirt waist and flannel dances, which will held in the S. 0. E. hall tomorrow night, promises to climax the series in point of attendance, judging from tho enthusiasm displayed regarding dancei- v The rehearsals for the big Kirmess which is being arranged by the Board of Control of the Dry-Farming Con- gress, are being held regularly and are proving most satisfactory. Those raking part are displaying much apti- tude, and the event promises to be one of the greatest things ever featur- ed in the city by local talent. Alias Pruil'hoiiimo entertained ilit'o mally at the tea hour Sunday in hono of .Mrs. 13. A. llonrque, of Letllbrldg. The table was nicely decorated wit. wild leaves and chrysanthemums Mrs. K Lcvesq.no presided and wa assisted by Miss O'Sullivnn, .Miss fiui. bault and Miss Free Press. The whist drive, which was held ii the S. O. E. hull last evening nude] the auspices of the Daughters ane by invitation only, t. ..ie following; local artists comprise he cast of "Billie Taylor." G. Spencer, Pheobe (a Charity Ruth 'reemari. v Ca'pt. Felix "Flapper Vaddington. Sir- Mincing Lane fa self-made Potts. Vila Wright. Susau (a charity jonybeare. Ben Barnacle Chris, ibsou. Christopher Crabb flue schoolmas- H R. Cooper. [Eliza Dabsy (a buxom liss .Jones. A quiet weddinsj look place in Slew' on September 4, when Ida, youngest daughter of Jfr. and Jlrs. Thomira Wlieatley, of De- troit, Mich., was'married to G. A. Peat, of San Fernando, Trinidad, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peat, of Pdtrolia. The bride was given away by her father, and was the only Witness- es being .Mr. and-airs. ,1. T. Peat, of Lethbridge, Alta. Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Peat sailed for their future home in Trinidad on the following rolia Advertiser. Teat is well known here, hav- formerly resided in th'e city. SIR THOMAS' DENIES THE STORY Just as the Herald was going tp press the following telegrams were received in reference to the allcgeo interview about the Lethbridge-Wey- burn line. Lethbridge Daily Herald, Lethbridge, gave no such interview and expres- sed no such intentions. T. G. Shaughnessy The president of the Board of Trade received the following. E. A. Cunningham, Lethbridge, I gave no such interview have no such policy in mind. T. G. Shaughncssy SUING THE WHITE STAR_COMPANY FIRST BATCH OF TITANIC CASES SET DOWN FOR AN EARLY HEARING Clubs and Societies Mr. and irrs. J. Emerson Hodgson entertained at a bright little affair last evening, when quantities of white asters adorned ihe drawing rooms. Five hundred was in play at four .tables. A dainty menu' was served at the midnight hour, after which a delightful hop was enjoyed by the guests, Who numbered Miss Hawkey, Miss Dawson, Sliss Dunne, Miss Mo- Crlmmou, Miss Conybeare, Miss Cav- anall. Miss McKillop, Miss Barassta, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Seamon, Mr. West- land, Mr. McOuckin, Mr. Kllpati-lck and Mr. Fisher. The Flower Ouild will visit the Gait j lospital at 3 o'clock tomorrow after- loon. Garden blossoms are not as plentiful as they were, and the Guild will greatly appreciate donations from any, who still have .them. The Sick-room Sunbeams have elec- ted Effie Wallace vice-president to succeed Isabel Smith, who becomes president in place of Lenore Fisher, who has left the city. Tho Sunbeams are busy dressing dolls for children In the hospital. The dojls were kind-' ly donated by Miss McLeay. Tile Sun- beams will be very grateful for dis- carded toys, which are still worth using or can 'be mended and made fit, for use. Any one having any to don- ate please communicate with Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare. telephone 1201. WOULD IF SALARY SUITS Inspector Davies of Tor- onto Might Accept Chief's Job Mere COMECANVASSING nw Toronto, Sept. the talary he asks for is forthcoming, lorme-r Inspector R. Davies, of the police force, will accept the position of Chief of Police at Leth- bridge, Alia. Toronto police rnuimls- sioners say that Davies was one of ihc iKtst. men they ever had. AS TO GREAT INTEREST IN BERLIN AS TO WHO WILL SUCCEED VON SIEBERSTEIN So far the local authorities have received no ccmmunic.-uion from In- spector Davieg, and he is not among Iho five men with whom the police commitlce aro -ill present negotiating. H may lie ihat his application will he received beforo the matter is again considered. Xo replies had been re- ceived this morning h-oin the officers communicated v.-ith yesterday, and ii ivill likely lie a couple of dnys hefoio a solution can he made. The. C. N. It. is r-onsi rue- lion nn the llfty milea road from Camrose lo Alsa.sK. Italpli nilison, of Kilmoiacin. has hefn Appointed principal of Cain rose, schools. Berlin, Sept. is regarded hero as fairly certain that a successor to the late Raron ifarschnl Von Bieb- erstein will not be appoint-ed for some -ime. The question of who will take bis place at London Is being most eag erly discussed. Count Von Bernstoff, Ambassador o the United States, is popularly re- garded as the diplomat, most likely to go to the British capital, but on the other hand, it Is stated that he has mportant negotiations on hand at Vashington, for which place it is un- cerstcod be will sail on October 13. A statement in the Frankfurter 7.ei- lung, in reference to Baron Von nieh- ersieiii is attracting much attention. It is contributed to tho paper by its Constantinople correspondent, w'lio liv cd In the same hotel with the late Ambassador at tha Turkish capital. The correspondent is visltini; Ger- many just now, and tallied with Bar- on Von Itiebersteiii a. few days before A Is death. At that time the Ambassa- dor declared his firm conviction'that international islations were nenring an improvement, and ho n.lii! it was IMS higbeal ambition 10 help to llila enil. London, Sept. litst :balch X claims against-the White. Stfeline rising out of the! Titanic disaster coine to trial during the' 'ap- roaching law sittings. They arc lie- ig brought in behalf of the relatives f the passengers who perished, nd the findings in these cases are ex- ected to. govern, subsequent claims. Thomas Scanlan, M.I'., who. {repre- sented the seamen and firemen's union at the Mersey Inquiry j has ed for the plaintiffs. .He'will put forward the chirms chiefly on the grounds thai after warning had been received of the proximity Of jce there was no deflection ot the liner's' course, no reduction of speed or any increased lookout. All the points were emphasized in Lord Mersey's report anil it will he .interesting to see whether his minings are home out, by those juries which try the cases. Air. Kcaulan also'con- tends that proper steps were not tak- en after the disaster to transfer niore I passengers io the life-boats. The'l White Star company is expected to rely on the defense that Captain in all that he did ajter receiv- j ing warning of ice, merely followed1 the usual practice. In support of this contention it probably will call as witnesses a number of commanders'ot trans-Atlantic vessels. The terms of the contract under which tickets arc issued oblige ali claims lo be brought before courts where the merchant shipping acts lim- it the liability ol the shipping com- pany to per ton in case of loss of life and 510 per ton in case of loss of goods. As the tonnage liability of the Ti- tanic was tons gross, the lia bility for loss of life is and for goods making a' total of CROSS CHANNEL BY AEROPLANE London, Sept. 26.-A regular cross-: channel service of passenger aero- planes, which it was rumored some time ago would soon be installed, is Ivaucing toward realization. Negc tiations have begin for hangers at Kollicslone, similar to those which I already have bren arranged for at! Boulogne and Calais, and the promot- ers say that as soon as these hangers j arc ready the service will bcgiiu REV. DR. MOORE AS A COMPILER Toronto, Sept. Or. T. Al- bert Moore, secretary of the Temper- ance and Moral Reform Hoard of the Methodist Church in Canada, has been figuring out wha.i. immorality and i social diseases cost Canada'in a year.I and his estimate is Tho' .Canadian Mission glvings he points out, amount to FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY STORE Low prices here don't mean cheap goods-not a bit We use the term' low price m the comparative sense only. You can shop here with the full' assurance that you are getting 1 00 cents worth of value for every dollar spent: Heavy Scotch Oil Cloth Friday and Saturday will see a great event in our Oil-Cloth and Linoleum Sec- tion, when we are offering splendid 'Boor, coverings at a price that ought to appeal to every housewife who anticipates recov- ering, roe bathroom, kitchen, hail or [lining- room floors. Heavy quality oilcloth, two yards wide, Regular value 5Uc. sq. yard; Friday and Saturday, square yard..... HOSE of pure wool, Scotch fingering, in heather mixtures; card of mending yarn with each p.-iir. Regular value :Kc per pair. Friday and (J Saturday, 4 pairs for......... MEN'S BRACES, a Jon line of silk and cot- ton webs, with while and tan unbreakable leather ends. Regular values 50c to Soc, Friday and Saturday Woollen Dress Goods A splendid collection of all-wool" rjress Goods, in sergtj, Venetians, Broadcloths, etc.. in widths of -12 to 52 inches. Whether it be for Ladies' Separate skirts or Cos- tumes or for Children's Dresses, you. will lind here a .complete selection in the shade and style, especially adapted for your re- quirements. Regular values up to your choice on Friday and Saturday j_ _ Ladies' Dainty Lin- gerie Blouses at About ten dozen in all, including bal- ance of our. best selling numbers at 51.75, and iRepresenting the new- est ideas in both American aud Can- adian makes. '..Materials are fine Silver Lawns anil Swis-j Muslins, TrlmmLigs of ch.lnz lace and insertion, while some are handsome Swiss embroidery. Complete range of sizes, 34 tf 4 OC to '12; Friday and Saturday English Woven Carpets Now. is the time (o purchase -new fugs' and. floor coverings, never has an oppor- tunity presented itself that will'appeal-to the critical buyer like the prices quoted be- low. These rugs were delayed in hence the reduction. Sl" Resular Frid.y 4. Value Saturday 3.x 7.50 9.50 3x4 MEN'S EXCELDA mercerized, white navy and white spot borders. Regular value 2 for 25c; Friday and Sat., 3 for .V... An opportune offer in Ladies'Tailored Skirts Jlany ladies will take advantage of this opportunity to provide themselves with a skirt for the 'tween seasons, bad weath- er time Here are stylish walking skirts of im- ported Scotch Tweed, French Serges, Venetians. Cheviots and Panamas in black, navy, brown, grey and a host.of popular mixed effects. Workmanship and tit are of tho highest standard while styles are Quite correct, many having the new high waist band. Regular prices run from to S1200 Special .for Friday and "9C Saturday. I 0 MEN'S FLANNELETTE SHIRTS, with turn, down collars attached, good assortment of colors, made of imported English ma- terial. Size 1614 Fridaj Saturday for 7.5c Special Line of Ladies'Hand Bags Ladles Hand Bags, in grei, tan, orange, green and black suede; also black velveL Bags are lined throughout with brass httmgs and long" silk cords. Regular Soc: Friday and Saturdaj for Friday and Saturday will mark the dosing- of the greatest and most successful slioe: salfi ever licld iu this city. This sale has been the talk of the town .and the eooiioiiiical havers have' liot heeu slow to take adva.ntage-ol: the situation and have been getting their shoes at prices thai, completely paralyze competition. To give a fitting ending to this great event we are offering a few e.vtr. inducements. Get busy for on Friday and Saturday these -shoes will almost walk of the store on account of the extra reductions made on prices. LADIES' HIGH SHOES, in black and tan. luce and button styles; a big variety to choose from in box caJf, patent, vicf Md with kid and cloth tops. Regular values 55.00, Sa.aO.'Jc a pair. Clear- 7f ing on Friday and Sat, per pair I LADIES' OXFC-jms AND In Yici Kid, .Russian Calf, among which are pop- ular makes of Sil-Kid ajid Burts. Reg- ular value, ?4.50 pafr. Clear- ff4 QC ing oil Friday Sat., pair V Men's Tan Black Oxfords Biuchnr siyle. Reg. values to Clearing Friday and Saturday per Men's Carpet Slip- pers Friday ami. Saturday Men's Grained Blu- chor Working Shoes Clearing Friday and Snturday, per pair Men's Velour Button Shoes witli kid top, regul- ar value Clear iiig Friday and Sat- urday, per tLj-t Girls' Tan Vtcl Bluchers Size 8 to 2, famous "Classic" malic, reg- ular, values 52.fiOt Clearing on Friday and Snturday for, per pair Children's Patent Boots Velour top, sizes 4 to Regular val- ue 51.75. Clearing on Friday and. Sat- urday, per pair GROCERY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE Condensed Milk, "Reindeer" brand, 1' tins for Cowan's Cocoa, regular value Frl- and Saturday, per tin Soda Biscuits, regular value ;15c, Fri- and Saturday, (i'lb tins) _ _ Canned Fruits, Strawberries, Raspberries and Peaches; Friday and Saturday, price per tin Canadian "Ingersoll" Cheese, Reg. Friday and Saturday, GREEN TOMATOES, eight pounds lor............................. 25c Friday and Saturday Grocery Parcels 1 Sib. tin tea; 1 20tb sack sugar The parcel for Friday and Saturday........ WINCARNIS, made from choice wine, Leibig's Extract of Meat, and extract or .Malt. Suitable for the healthy as well as for the (P 4 invalid. Friday and Saturday for. (Wine per bottle I S 3 nc Grocery Dept Phone 313 Sale Goods Are For Cash Only, And Cannot Be Exchanged Wine Dept. Phone 613 -Urs. l.yna Thomson, agud !'I2, of Furiulosh. Alia.. Is ?.t that place. In Snnlli Forl lluoi'Bt1. C., I'gKS I are 35 cents a and hllliei- T.i I a pound. BRYAN FAVORS VOTE BY MAIL Sacramento, I'll.. Sept. .1. llryan was ushered Into Hiatr I'raioeralie hall heiv Inilay u> tin' time of "Divic." n.; on ihf re forms of California Democ-rals. II.. ilrfclared for tho .Vow Zeftlninl postal I voif. Ijy Kliu-'n iravellfiig ni.-n ami i oilier ahEt'iilees migiii ri-lii'ln I Mill's, while away from honic. ami; j iiiodiliraliou