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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Friday. September 2 THE LETIIBRTDGE DAILY 9 BARGAINS AT E. .f. HILL CO. SATURDAY Once again we invite you to visit us at 8.30 sharp at E.J.HILL CO. Saturday Morning We have done everything in our power to make this Saturday a record breaker in the way JJAKGA1NS AT SATURDAY of value giving and to make this up-to-date Store the favorite place for all Saturday shopping for Man, Woman, Boy or Girl. The Latest Novelties in Ladies' Coats EXPE.CTED BY EXPRESS SATUR- DAY MORNING A LIMITED QUANTITY OF HIGH CLASS NOVELTIES TWO ALIKE COMPRISING THE NEW ROBESPIERRE COAT IN THE NEW ROUGH WEAVES. CHINCHILLA- ZEB- ELINES -AND RE- VERSIBLE.CLOTHS, MANNISH GAR- MENTS. REAL" NOVEL COATS JUST COME AND PICK PRICES TO SUIT. !ALL fl 5.00; Handsome Model Velvet Coats To the Men, Youths, or Boys Wo just say, coruo iiild Inspect the now shipment of all that's now In Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters, Hatn, Neckwear, otc. Complete stock of'everything that new, styles, prices- ill fact, we can give you the best of satisfaction. Damask Table Napkins lOc. You will want them Dry-Farming Congress, dozen pure linen in pretty spot designs, good .size; 4 ft liommed. Ready for use; very special, each I UG Do not Forget us on the Furni- 1 ture Question For the Dry-Farming Congress you may vyant a Parlor, Dining Room or Kitchen set, or perhaps only an odd piece or two. Welf, viEit Third or Fourth Floors and you will aet just what you want. We have it sure. Girls' and Misses' Coats Just fit out that girl, any age from .6 to 14.years, In a real nobby warm coat. There ia just 20 in' the lot; a good col- lection, all up to the moment in style and material. ft[ M Values, Saturday your choice Ladies One Piece Dresses Extra Special Saturday A very extra special purchase of 25 elegant one-piece or Princess Dresses, made of a fine Cheviot Serge, Dust Proof with lace yoke and richly self silk embroidered collar and sleeves; black, navy, garnet, grey. Value, Clfl flit I U.UU Oh, for the Dry-Farmers' Congress Fifty only, strong steel spring cots with mat- M tress all complete, Saturday A Satin Skirt for 24 Women Saturday Only this limited lot of rich' and handsome heavy satin skirts, made with a 10'Inch accordeon frilf in white, black, pale blue, pearl, grey, tan; Alice blue, Value CO OC S6.00; A Skirt Sensation Caracul Coats for A snap for the one dozen only, Ladies' Black Caracul Coats, 34 length; made with large flat through- out; trimmed with large buttons. A rich Coat, Saturday Just 15 underskirts, made of -rich rustling near-silk, navy blue only, with rich pleated 'frill. Value As long as they last, each 91 iUU A Warm Dressing Gown for Ladies at This is anotherjif our Special Saturday Offerings, 19 only Heavy Eiderdown flannel Dressing Gowns, full, length, in elegant patterns, and-the colorings are beautiful. We doubt if you could match them for less than our Pfi special price, Saturday........................ 94 .OU AT L SATURDAY A Kid Glove Scramble It's a clean up of odd shades, sizes and styles; all sizes In the lot, but not In all linei.. Dress Kids, Blacks, Tan's, Grey's, Brown's and a 'few chamoise In the lot. Regular Saturday pick 'em Per pair Alarm Clocks for 65c. 50.only, nlckie alarm clocks, good time keepers, and lure caller to the most sleepy ones; a perfect clock CC_ One hundred on Saturday at...................... OOC Children's Headwear 25c. We are going to clear up a lot of Infant's Bonnets and Tarns in Bear Skin, Felt, Velvet and a lines, worth up to J2.00; Saturday, each Flannelettes at lOc. Once more we offer you your choice of this fine lot of 12J-2C and 15c Flannel; (n pink, blue, white or stripes. f at per yard.................................. I UC Window Curtains For. the Dry-Farming Congress, touch up those wihdowi; 52 inch rich heavy mesh curtsin or drapery nets; cream and ecru, handsome patterns: -Regular. 7Qg THE BIG STORE OF COMFORT AND SATISFACTION BARGAINS AT E.J. SATURDAY To liiul a greater fair than Toron-, nothing to do with tin to's it is necessary to go lo where the most remarkable fair in' the world is-held annually. It is' said that there has been an annual ic fair beyond its surplus population. The emblem that plays such a iirotimient .part in the ceremonies 'of the Greek church. The [act that a Russian ha one ikon is the strongest reason [or him to supply himself with a hand- somer one when he has ity, anil consequently there "is never any slackening in the demand. The samovar, which is really a tea urn, difTering iron) the English article .on- ly because the hot. cinders to boil the fair has its own streets, simps, ho- j water are placed in an inner tube in- lets and places (if amusement, even siead of underneath in a brazier, fair at- N'ijni Novgorod ever since the.'-'. Hs ow" churc1'. Meed, j probably the article most universiily middle oi the Fourteenth Centi'ry TCry lts j in use in Russia. Whole streets me and it is reasonable to suppose that Iieav'Iv coatol with Eold. and vis- j devoted to the sain of the peasant's os long as was a desire to on i ralles allout' The ad' i which can be bought for a j ministration the part of the people oi Asia to i o. tne .air ,s by no j few cents to the ornate samovar Hurt exchange their-raw materials for the j raMns to its rotation for it (costs raanv hundreds of dollars. the more finished products of Euro-18 Oriental lines, and; Tile Fur Market of the World pean industry there would be, consid- the tisk contractil1 streets are built every time they vis-! alone it the pour in year after year numbers than erable trailing at Nijni, since it is natural meeting place between the two continents as far as the Russian Empire is concerned. The city stands at the continence oi the two great Russian rivers, Ihe (lira and the Vol-' ga. The market in the nlakc thc centre of that water communication! The Haggling Fair lhat joins the. Caspian and the Black! The Nijni Novgorod fair is different. j g a The furs, though, are the great ica- A London cm-respondent of the Brooklyn Kagle writes the world'loves a lover" and it is a par- ticularly true saying u-hen applied to the blue-blooded victims of Dan Cup- id's marksmanship, when representa- tives of two noble families intermar- ry, the union assumes nation-wide, im- portance, largely because of the in- in old England for the feudal aristocracy. This is what happened when Lady fever from the low lands where 'the'ture of the show Mwy" acre's daughter oi ft would be expected tlial, on- n Nevertheless, theyi are devoted to shops that deal in furs in greater ly the furs taken in Russia would be year before, and sold, hut the fur market of Nijni at- European sightseers tracts hunters and dealers from all -parts of the world, and you can buy a tiger skin in the heart of Russia as he Marquis of Anglesey, and stepped into ihf position in society once enjoyed by the daughter of -I. I1- King, of Georcia, when she became j jraria, Lady 'Lwiiorough, a material contribution to the na-j Gunning became the Duchess-' of Ham- iional store of dashing love-stories, j ilton soon after she came to London. This old Newborough romance began in a prosaic and unpromising fashi io The .ilrsii baron of that name, when (jj( old and. enfeebled went on a tour of Europe in search of health. It hap- pened at Florence that he went to the opera one evening and sat watch- ing the performance carelessly irom his box. .Suddenly his old heart found began. Kecent days have their blue-blooded ihion. romances also. Lord Waterpark, who led a few weeks ago, made a secret marriage which created quite a sen- sation in Derbyshire when it became Jinown. Love still stometinics laughs at uorldly prudence and sets social convention at defiance, even in the days when the dollar is almost omni- (he wife of Ihe fourth Marquis of Anglesey. lieautifn! Ladv Sea to the White Sea and the Baltic. I from such e.hiMMons ,S'VB are Win" J "lal llas >mA" U'e 6reat f It is the terminus of tbe railwav iliar will, bLtai'se here the smxul it olltsiile of U is SDKUI.U readily as in India. It is the fur i i i market thai, has made the great fnit Manners revived the memory a place in the sun oi romance, when i nolent. Society has not yet forgotten for the first time his eyes fell on j u'ic case oi Miss Maud Ward Fox, an Maria Stella Chiapniui, the prettiest; heiress, who married her mother's ballerina in Italy and the daughter oi' handsame butler, or the romantic un- an ex-jailer. j ion of jiiKS Elsie Graham, niece of His headlong, reckless suit made her :tlle 'jte Lord Alwyne who J niarrietl quite recently Harold Knowl- wceks' time and she lived amid all' son of a railroad signalman, who the luxury that became a great lady i nal1 mallc in 1''1' H's woiking of the land till her husband died, jclass parents were honored guests at: UNIONISTS ARE KEEPING BUSY ANTI-HOME RULE CAMPAIGN ULSTER ATTENDED WITH GROWING FERVOR _ from Moscow, and this railway ors form the bulk of Ihe crowd. In brings the market in communication Russin five out oi sis people on the with Russia in Europe and the Wes-, fair grounds s arc there for pure tern world, while the Volga does the ness reasons. They want to buy- same service for Asia. There is every J sell. Few of them are there ior tbe natural reason, therefore, for the Xi-j purpose of advertising goods lhat jm -Novgorod to be a great centre. may be bought at some subsequent -The Fair is a City j diitc- All are there to do business, With all these advantages, they liave ilw'n to scl1 on The population of the city is only i about- SO.QOO: TiPiact, the fair is big- than'the city. It might almost he said lo he a city'in itself, and to be independent of Nijni Novgorod, citizens themselves have little or er than those prevailing elsewh-jrc, liusl-i1lllt "lc keen of rival bid- i spot. There is no feed price, for All business is- done aftor dcrs is surely forcing them up 'the standard, an.l Ihe sellers are bccom- i ing educated to this fact. The fair at i Nijni Novgorod opens in the latter part of .Inly, but there is not much doing, until about the middle of gust. From then until late in Se.p- annals her with the care of two j thc wedding ceremony, their presence; The sous. A mystery surrounding! beinK a direct challenge lo social con-j ,ied ,th, I peerage, [her own then occupied most oi, which sheds a lasting glamor on the her I bought and attention, loi she !.u- lamily name of the ducal house of lieved on credible evidence that Rutland. In early pan of the j was really a daughter of the Due d' century a younger son of the Orleans and a princess of France, last Earl of Rutland fell violently in love though she never substantiated her claim. The i.eveson-Kowcr family, at the bead of which is the present Duke of j Sutherland, has had a romance well with Dorothy Vermin, (he lovely daughler of n rich Derbyshire land- owner. .Sin- returned his love, hut Sir Vernon, her lemher business never flags, when j "f leraembcred by many people still liv- WILL PUT IN ELECTRIC LIGHT MOTHER OF PARLIAMENTS TO IN- TRODUCE A DANGEROUSLY MODERN DEVICE Certain in results beca use purest in q ua-lity; try it and See. Belfast, Sept. fop Ulster Day are almost completed. The demand for tickets for tonight's meef- ng here is so great that the Guildhall could be filled tenfold, therefore a light platform has been -built over the entrance to Ulster Hail, to enable the speakers to address tbe overflow meeting. Lord Londonderry will preside afc the meeting inside the the will include Sir Edward Car- son, F. K. Smith, Lord Salisbury, Lord Wilioughby DeUroke, and Lord Char- es BereBford. Arrangements have been made for a solemn open-air service in front of-tha Hall on Sunday ereTHnjr, lo ac- commodate those who are unable to o the indoor service'; of ministers has set- order of prayers and hymns, and all serviras will conclude with the National Anthem. The last demonstration before tho big Belfast muster tomorrow Tvas held at Newtontoward today. Even more enthusiasm than usual was shown, and nutl-Honie Rule'resolutions were adopted amid cheers. Lord London- derry presided, and there were sov; eral overflow meetings. A block of P.751I acres of wild land southeast of WadJna, Sask., has been .sold for an acre. One slimmer whiic George V' absorbed in Sir en-' sellers, are so high, and so low ii -lllc wini" rc'Mins j they are the purchasers, that a great! Paid lo 'the. amount of timo is wasted beioro vr- I vla" ecmcs i tmalnm" hir--t> dislmsmshed, ions business is npproache.l. "f Preparation is con-' Mnn.eis ..metly siciercfi .siiMK'H'iii (o put the plaiv in comli t ion i o rocrivc mid their eiisuimers OIH.T moiv ally pvery sort of is liniiKlir I and sold in the Xijui from J alarm clocks iu Russian j sahliT, that, may some form part j from OrfriiUtI nigs to nous rtf a ducljnss' ooronjitioii ;uni j Where iliisinpss is Iliiskrsl. (hrtrc articles in is flit- activity an- ikons, sain-. uvnrs aiirl furs. Kvcrv orllmdox Hn.s- The contrari lias bt-cn u-t ut Oan- for u now nro hull ami. power lioilSf In Tuo (TCliipnnies of cadets fDI-llltM illltOIii; Nrlh'tin, II. rtthuOl lioys Hurulinj: iK-nnii.s ;u lliiK }far liave the niMSion sinn Ims an ikon, ilm Jiitlc religions I mark. i is con-' Mnirii'i's ilic outside ilic hall willi a merchants Vemon he the tVast uas al it1- ntjt-yn I'llt sill- Mule iiimliriTM'd uiil tin- lurdly hiaiisiMii. Ihr 1 of society. i's now proposed to substitute incan-! Hettv Ciunnins Ilecomes a. Duchess electric, lamps ami the idea j i seams to have caused .some perturba- lion. The sulisiitution of gas lor wax candles not achieved withoiil, op- position. When 11. lieiri advocated Ihi.s draujji! received Sir jamin si I The ducal families ol Hamilton" and, 1 Ancyll share equally in a close and' niniillilic with IWIv (iun- IMIIIII.I, all In Morm ii, I7.M says Ihev iiKtilr j iiairf nuiw th.iu any invjc-! are mubs at liii-ir door M sn-' j iiiio their chiuiiicle, "jiid in ;rel piaies :il Ihc ihcalrcs when it is the) llelh i S always use Table Salt.' nd the Karl sliMi'iiiii'Ji, rejilv Uo uh.i! iijr .'irons hut taW ii d pcu rrinniii." COB hlj ipj uiidlnttr- i I M> cvp-ct to make a ;