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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnBRTPCiE DAILY TIER ALI) Friiliiy, 27, 1912 By your outward appear- ance men judge you, Until they know you better. It is therefore good business to wear neat and attractive shoes. We have always specialized in bus- iness for suecessi'ul business men like yourelf. SATURDAY MEN'S SPECIALS CALGARY MAN IN THE TOILS WAS CAUGHT IN PHILADELPHIA WITH OUTFIT FOR ROBBING HOTELS The Prlcei are Suit your Pocket corns in today and let us show you. Our regular Kettleton Styles. Harlt, Barry or Reid Cushion Soles. Also our own -S5.00 special in tan. or black, button or Mucker. FOOT TOGGERY Calgary, his name 1 as Roscoe Pond, hut afterwards ad- milting that he was John Fleming Wilson; a real estate agent of Cal- gary, a young, man, dressed in the height of fashion, was arrested on tilt fourteenth floor of the new Stratford- Hellevne hoiel at Philadelphia early this week, aad is now held under 500 bonds by the police of that city, in his grips were found a tully load- ed heavy calibre automatic revolver and a large supply of cartridges, to- gether with 100 feet of new rope at- tached to blocks of wood, which he admitted he intended to use in drop- ping from one lloor to another.of the hotel. According to the police the AFTER ILLICIT BOOZE SELLERS COUPLE OF OFFENDERS WERE GIVEN TASTE OF LAW AT COLEMAN rope is a "drop and is iu gen- oral use by crooks who rob high build- ings. Wilsun at first- strenuously, denied I thai he came from Calgary, until con- fronted with a number of agreements j of sale and a contract with a real estate agency here appointing him an i agent of theirs. Among the effects se- cured by the Philadelphia police was a small diary, filled with names and addresses of prominen t businessmen of Chicago. New Vork, Toronto, and Detroit, and also a number of ad- dresses of Calgary people. The agrptv- incut appointing him an agent of the Coleiunri, Sept. fourth an- nual ball' given by the Coleman Ten- nis club was the best function hold in the history of the club. Ow ono hundred people accepted the invita- tion to dance with the tennis players, and the capacious Colenmu Opera House floor WHS comfortably crowded, room was tastefully decorated with evergreens, autumn leaves, pot- tod pkmts, flags and bunting, while a number of tennis nets and racquets were hung about the hall, adding very materially io the artistic effect of the decorations. Refreshments, consist- ing of sandwiches, cake, tea, coffee id a huge bowl of punch were served during the Guests were pre- sent from Victoria, Calgary, Michel. Pincher Creek, Lundbreck, Hillcrest, Frank aud Blairmore. E. C. A. Crawford, for the past four years, accountant in Uie ofice of the International Coal and Coke Co., left vesterday for Kingston, Out., 'where will resume his studies, interrupt- ed four years ago on account of fail- ing eyesight, iu .the faculty of medi- cine at Queen's University. Mr. Craw- ford has been prominently identified with the social life of Coleman, and j will lie greatly missed, especially am- ong the younger set, with, whom 'he was a prime favorite. A motor party, consisting: of Mr, and Mrs. Prank Bull, and Stephen Bull; L. Emery Jones; Karl Steam and J. Han- Calgary real estate firn? was dated! sen, stopped over at Coleman for a August 5, and with it were a number dav 'this week... The party were from of other documents which the Phila- and had shipped their delphia police are investigating at the present time and which they re- fuse to make public- Wilson maintains that while lie has. resided in Calgary, his cars from Racine to Winnipeg. From that city they motored across country. ud are bound for Southern California by way of Spokane, Portland, etc. They pronouuced the portion of the real home ;s I road through the Crow's Nest Pass, FLOWERS ARE FORBIDDEN Father Shanlty Holds They Are Un- necessary Extravagance at Funerals Danbury, Conn., Sept. Rev. TValter Shanley, permanent .rector 01 St Peter's Roman. Catholic church, today, issued an edict, forbidding flowers from being carried into the church, or into the local Catholic cem- eteries at funerals. Father Shanley says people go to unreasonable extravagance in pur- chasing flowers for the dead. Hochesler, New York, and that he al-! which has recently been the so has relatives in Wilkes-Barrc with j best they had encountered in their whom he frequently 'stopped. They left here on the route to clothed were all very stylishly, cut' Spokane, Wash.. aud of expensive material, and the. nian, accused of Vblind- Philadelphia police believe that they i was halcd before the court have something more thau au ary hotel robher. The man himself 'V as "Mother'' Tobacco growing at Peutieton. B.C.. shows'a net profit of acre. who is about 30 years of age, declar ed to .the police that he had gone to Philadelphia on a visit, and whili there had been robbed and was try ing to steal enough to get back t Rolled (frits, per sack............ Olives, ripe Olives, (rreei...... Sardines, K.6., G.C'.C. X Fish. ea.cli Corn Lunch Tongue............ Dill Pickles, entire Oxford Sausage.......... Calf Feet Jelly, 16 m. Bristo, the Gravy Maker Heiniz, India Relish Hcintz, Chili Sauce........ Camembert Cheese, per tin .40c -we oOc e 0f. 25c 25c 0c. 25c 20c 35c who conducts .a couple of miles east of Colenmu, was soaked tn tile ttm-e of selling booEe without a license. .'This about cleans u pthe Pass of illicit booze-sellers, and the lesson taught will go far to- wards intimidating 'from en- gaging-iu the business... Rev.'T. M. .Murray; pastor of the In- his returned from a four-months' holiday; trip to Scot- laud and other points in'the British Empire. He will preach a memorial sermon on the "Lirejana Work of the late General The Conservative rally at Lund- hreck on Wednesday, was attended by the following members of the party from Coleman: p. P. Willimott, F. G. Graham, Dr. Porter, R. B. Buchanan R. S. JfcKibbin, W. Irving, A. Mc- iMalcolm Morrison, C. Dunlop and S. Hatfield. George Hicken, and Miss Lilly White drove up from liillcrest yester- day, and were married in St. Alban's Misses'Long Heavy Coats For girls of 12, 14 and 16 years. The smartest .styles of the season, in Chin- chilla, Blanket Cloth, Reversible Tweeds. Also Jersey Sweaters For Boys and Girls These are beautiful fine imported goods, buttoned at the shoulder, also coat shaped fronts. Sizes for ages 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. A Special Line of Hose for Children Pure Cashmere Wool in a good fall and winter weight, double knee, heel and toes. Sizes 1-2, 7, 71-2 and 8. J. good bargain at this price. Per Pair ........25c The Simpson Go. HUDSON BAY CO. WILL REVIVE OLD CUSTOM Ihurch, by the rector, Rev. D. 3. Wat- k-ins-Jones. The bride was given away by her half-brother, Samuel Charlion. After the ceremony the happy couple back to Hillcrest, where a wed- ding dinner awaited them. Little G-'.istaf Dolie'u, the Ihree-year- old boy, who sustained a fractured skull en the 5th inst.. by being hit by a switch engine, has been discharged 'rom the Miners' Hospital. The little 'ellow has a piece of the skull bone about the size of a twenty-five cent liece shy, and the brain IE covered by the skin and scalp. limply Special for Friday and Saturday Oytario Concord Grapes, Sib has- "Ket 50c Apples, choice stot'k, per Tokay Grapes, basket......75c Sweet Potatoes. 41bs for___25c Soda Biscuits, 21b tins.....30c Tooth Picks, 6 Pure Jam in Tumblers, 2 for Heintx Tomato Catsup, 2 for 35c Potted Meats in Glass......15c Kerr Co. PHONES 1502 and 1453 ANGLICAN MISSION Edmonton, Sept. are being raa-de by District Manager Fug! of the Hudson's Bay Company, to have the Duke of Comiauglit take .a trip next summer to the Arctic circle hy way of the aiackenzie River. U is understood that the company have already offered one- of its boats for the long trip north, if His Royal High- ness consents to the novel voyage. In any event, it is expected thai the Duke of Connaught will visit north- ern Canada shortly, and when he does it has been decided that he will be presented with the furs of two elk and two black beaver by the Hudson's Bay Company. Such a. presentation, however, oot be in the nature of a gift, but will be made in accord- ance with a very curious prevision contained in the charter of incorpora- tion of the 2nd of May, 1070, which i ui me jiiu Jiiij, j u i u, Umnipcg, Man., Sept. the merchant adventurers prayed for ing On behalf Oi the Anglican Mission; from King Charles. That monarch of Help which has brought a number granted the charter to Prince Rupert, of prominent divines from Great Bri- and several other gentlemen, securing tain to inaugurate the movement in! them the "sole trade and commerce Western Canada, the llishop of Edin- ot a" "loae soas' straits, bays, rivers, burgh delivered an impressive sermon lakeB ana en- last night at Holv Trinitv church in lranco ot the stTaits callea Hi'lson's yearly to us, our heirs and successors, for the same, two elks aud two black beavers, whensoever and as often as we, oar heirs and successors, shall happen to enter into the said coun- tries, territories, and regions, hereby granted." It may, perhaps, be .open to doubt, whether, in strict law, His Royal Highness, the present Governor-Gen- eral, can be said to be comprised iu the words, "heirs and successors" as it is at least arguable that that ex- pression means the reigning monarch for the time being. However, the Hud- son's Bay Company have decided that the words are capable of including members of the royal family general- ly, and have decided so to construe them on the occasion of the Duke's will probably be the first time that the interesting cereniony has been performed, although 1he charter was granted nearly two hun- dred and fifty years ago. j TOURING BY AUTO Ferule, Sept. party of auto- mobile tourists passed through town yesterday from Kaciue, Wls. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1C. Bull, and Stephen Bull; Karl Steam; Em- ery Jones, and J. Hanson. Thev had journeyed through Winnipeg, Edmou ton, Calgary and Macleod, and are going through to Spokane, returning thence' to Racine. They were- greatly pleased with tlie country through which they had travelled, and were loud in their praise of 'the roads in this part of the country. The tourist travel is crowding fast upon the heels of the roatlniakers, nnd will Iceeo them busy getting out of the 'way. WAS OVER .HUNDRED YEARS OLD Cobourg, Out.. Sept. The old- est resident of Northumberland coun- ty, Charlotte I'otts, wife of the late 0. Bull, has jus; died al. her home In Brighton, at the ago of a hundred and one years, seven months and thirteen days. Of her family of nine children, six daughters and three Kons, onlv three are living. One is Manlius Bull, of Winnipeg. straits." last night at Holy Trinity church in the course oi which he deplored thei tendency of thn flood of immigration The in the charter, making to overwhelm tlie Anglo-Saxon stock. "Let us he said, "that grrat cities and millions of bushels of wheat are nfton sources of religious danger." He pointed'to the United States, national character hud been chanwd by the advancing tide of immigration, "li we look over the he "do not hear regrets that the strong New F.ngland stock which produced Emerson and Longfellow and the chivaffoils Vir- ginian race which produced Washing- ton and General I.fe have almost dis- appeared, drowned before the tide- ot immigration from "This is a time when the church should he active and to do its share in luiiliiiut; up the new country. "Canada wants men, not buildings men with high ideals noble aspir- was the passionate appeal of the Hishop, obligatory on the Hudson's Bay com pany the presentation to the heirs aud successors of the "Merry .Monarch" of two elk and two black beavers, reads as follows: do, by these presents, for us, our heirs, and successors, make, cre- ate and constitute, the said Governor and Company for the time -being, and their successors, the 'true and absol- ute lords and proprietors of the same territory, limits and places, an-d of all other premises, saving always the faith, allegiance, nnd sovei-eign do- minion due lo us, our heirs aud suc- cessors, for the same to have, hold, possess, aud enjoy the aaid territory, limits and places to the said fiovcrnor and Company, and their successors for ever to be holden of us, our heirs and successors, as of our ninnor at Hast Greenwich, in our County of Kent, in free nnd common soccage, and not in capitc or by knight's service, yielding nnd paying Ribbon Tea Ribbon Coffee Ribbon Baking Powder Mo with confidence. 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