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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 27. 1013 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HKKALI) Page 11 ThreeHour Specials For To-night Only From 7 These Saturday Night Specials will eclipse all our past bargain offers-Be Here Early. Until 10 Buying and Selling For Cash Make These Values Possible Finest French Kid Gloves .200 pnir.s o t fine French Kid Gloves, blacks, greys, while, tans and browns. Sizes 61A' to 7, while- last ,a pair 75c Scotch Knit Hoisery 'Your choice of 39 pairs of 35o. Hea'tlicr Mixed II o s o. all in the lot. 5 pairs Ladies Linen Handk'chfs Men's Merino Underwear 25 dozen Indies' Pure Linen Men's Merino UDdefa-cor, One 'Kerchiefs with small liem. Rex- yarn, medium for prcsenl ular lOc and 15c eatl, on' sale wear. Sizes for small and med- tonlght af IMS than- half lum slied riien only. Shlrls'or' c. each; r drawers, 59o. Cash- mere Hose Ladies': all wool CaEbrnerp Hose, black only, seamleaa make. Sizec 814 Vo only; they last cholco' 23c a pair; V. A 1 1 Eitension'ttble Dlntng rootn Kitchen, oh alra Two irrioker BcnAers Child's 1 Upholstered Rrjckcr .1 Morrjt Rocllning Chair breasere ind 2 Comblnfttton'IXnsrs 2 Cerntr8 Uik-s Table 1 Chiffonier 1 Refrigerator 1" Sanitary Couch 2 Folding Sprints VDrop Head Sewing nuchln 1 1 McClary's 6 holb .Cook lu'nge .5 Bed Stead i, sprlnfs and mattreasei Boys' School i? Stockings "J Boys' Ribbed Woratea Hose, not too heavy a rib, ertra strong inaVe, -double heel and sizes.. Regular 35c to oOc Uses for 25c. ROLANDS CO. UCTION SALE n Tuesday Next, Commencing at V. ,a. r Sixth Avenue' A. about two doors from Westminster -Rosd IpstnicStcd by' ttio owner'! vUl'ieU'bj' public auction the fol- lowing: And other wllqles too numerous to mention. 1 Folding do-Cart 1 Coal -QJI. Store 2 Fur 5iaU 3 Whlta" Blankets 3 Hugs 3 Toilet sets 6 Pair of Grey Blankets Pair Red Portier Cur- tains Oilcloth Houieplanls TapMtry- Curtains Laca Curtains Blinds Silver Salt Set Sliver Carving Set Dishes, booking etc. GUS NEIOIQ Auctlonwr No Rtterve TERMS CASH -OF- Household Furniture ON WEDNESDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK AT REAR OF 1 LlrjF.i Bedstead 1 Folding 2 Sets of Coll Sprir.fa 1 Mahosany Chiffonier. Bea Oraflfl Rocher. 1 Solid Mission Oafe library Tablo 1 Dangler stove and oven. S Solid leather Din- In 5 cbalri. 1 Dining: Kitchen table 1 Msckiuaw fed box 1 Mission stylo wardrobe 1 Oent't fur coat 1 Pair fur gauntlets TERMS CASH MILADI EDITED BY "INO" WOMAN "When 1 approach Kr loveliness, EO absolute aeems And fu herself so well to know own, that what she wills to do or say Seems wisest, vlrluo'Jsest, dieireet- C3t. beat; All higher knowledge iu her presence falls Degraded; wisdom iu diecourte with her es discountenanced, and Hkr folly Authority and reason on Ac one, intended first, not afiar niade Occasionally; ar.d, to consummate all. Greatness -of mltid, and nobleness, tbcJr Boat Build Iu her loveliest and create an air About her, as a guard angelic placed." Mrs. Ifodson, of Maple who was a guest wltlh Mrs. R. E. JlcAr- thur, relurneil home yesterday. v Mr. and W. 0. McClelland are rejoicing over the- arrival of a son yes- f 4 Mr. arid Mrs. P. W. Doxner are ex- pected home from Falls on day ufght. Mr. and -Mre. K. A. Williamson, re- turned last night from a visit In Cat garv. Mr Bruce Conybeare, ot the Bank ot Montreal staff, at Swift Current, has been transferred to the WfLuli branch. Mrs. Webb, of Newr Dayton, who is ai tbe Wlmpole hospital, is rejoicing over the ilrrivai of a sou on. Tuesday morning. Mrs. C. F. P, Conyheare, lUverview, will be hostess of a bouse dance on fnniUiv jivrtiiiig. in courtesy-to Hiisa 'elen Me-wburn. c Air. and Mrs. E. C. E3dy, of Fargo, be bacciuetlDg board presented a aioal attractive appearance, centred Ith an Immense shower of white car- atiqas, held bi tall Eilvw vaae, vatcs holding sliuJlar and connected wlih strains f smtUxj IQ wbleh ntsilfi Crimean donB, completed tbo central ad- rnojent, th'e whole effei-l tfeluR really enfcanced by tbe soft glow of iany crimson sbaded tights and can- The proposed toast TO the onor guctt, and eacU o! the poke a few words of esteem, with veil wishes for-the future and re- eis at his departure. Covers for Dr. DeVeber, (r. Men-burn, Campbell, Dr. Roy, Dr. Galbraith, Dr.- Cragg, Dr. OQ, Dr. lafferty. Dr. TuHer and Dr. -overlag. TUe Art Needlework club will meet Jih Mra. D, A. SiinpsGn, 533 Four- ciUb street, on Monday aliernooa, 5 llan'eat Homo services be beld n St. August church ton'.oiTow, 'he cburch. has been beautifully decor- ated, and the and music will e In keepliig with the occasion. f "Our System of will e the subject of an address by W. A. Buchanan, 1I.P.; at Ep'worth on 5Ionday'eventiig. A new Tabor "rimes: II. G. Myers and bride eo Stokes, reached Taher thia TV i their .honeymoon. Their mar lage took place in Xelson on Septem er C. Roth arc popular young peoph n Taijor. Tbe couple will reside in Ir. Rlyer's bouse In the Douglas'addl tion. .1 The Maple Leaf club haro Issued nvltations to a to bo held in he S. p. E. oh Frfdar, October .when feeds' he The committee" In charge re: CSIessrs. AV R'. Bannerman, George Cliiswlck.' 'H. Fleclwood, E.' it. Fleetwood arid Clarke. Dr. L. G. DeVeber entertained the members' of the'medical profession at banquet at his home last complimentary to Dr. F. H. Jlewburn'. and tho children home.In good time. AUCTION SALE OCTOBER 1st THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. 1 Plack bear 1 Double barrel gun with cuse and ammunition 1 Wringer 2 Tubs tad 1 copper holler 1 Utlher nldtr.K Bridle L Set e.lngto Driving Harness i Complete Camping.Stove' 1 Tarpolsn 1 Set Sad Irons J Ironing Board 1 Ait Snuare nnd' i Small tag 1 SlIcW J Pair Gum Boots J. Four-fold sr.ree'n 1 Sot dishes and cooking ulen- slls other articles too numerous to mention. J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER A. are guests Mr. and Mrs, president Tflli be and tb'e sea- son's work arraiisBl, thai (here ebould. be a large attendance.. 'f The Flower Guild are loud .n their praises of.lhe generosity oE Broa., who yesterday again al- them (o cut all (he aijd sweet they wanted! for the hos- iltal. out at their conservatories'. 'Tb'e EUperintendent of tb'e Gait Gardens al- so sent over, a liberal offering, and the ladies. are gratcfulJ .The'.Florirer Guild" will .me'et. with Mrs. p.. ;Co3ybearcf next Thursday, afternoon, at four, o'- clock for the'dlE'cuEsloQ' oj Important juslness? "Old Glasgow1 and Some of its Street1 Iharacters" proved inost Interesting the tudtence, v After Supper Sale On Sale To-night 7.30 to 10 p.m. LADIES' UNDERWEAR A 'leliyhlfiilly sufl, plush finetl mutvrwfar, in anil nat- ural color, iiiaiuifaclui't'd from fine combed cotlun. Full weight, Hcaltli Brand. Vi-sls cut with high nrek, long sleeves and sliajnd waisl. Salui'ilay niylil pet' MEN! Buy your Fall Underwear Now, While The Prices Are Right This is n good weight for present wear. Slanlifld's imslirink- ahle, silk and wool, will nut irritnlr llie skin. (iunuciits full-fash- joncd. All sizes. Regular value Sainniay night, per ff 9 Qfj suit Infants's Shawls In soft knitted honeycombs. All wool, fringed all aro'imd, white only; Saturday night w4U Corsets Cut from strong While four sujijwrts aiid'tliiEris' 'Good value at "7Qn Stturday. night" I 3C Shoe-Special :Tan calf, leather Slippers, with instep strap, has" Inch hcei. Good serviceable 4 AQ :'quamy. Regular J2.50. Saturday night I Bungalow Net Daiiuy design in soft, bun.galovi- net, 45 inches vide, suitubie for bedrooms or kucliens. 4 Saturday night, IKT yard .IOC Curtain Rods PolLstc-d brass, extends 45 inches; an excel- lent roil for a light curtain. Complete v.-lth lioofcs. Three dozen only. Saturday night, each "fC Good Juicy Oranges Regular 5Oc, per doz. [A Special For The i'; '.-r Wills' siiperfiRe Shagrg Tobccco. Put up "'In two bz. tins. Saturday night How About Some Candy for Sunday ii9mo-made English Toffee in. Vilb tins. Saturday nig'ut at per -IEft son s Sto. res South A pleasing of a pumper of. GJjagoir; had at 'of. Mr. Primrose's' former 'congregations, and these chat, with the lecturer .tie, evening. The concert.put'.pVlast evening the pupils of Knor Sunday schob'l was a distinct success, ini'tte progfamme" was carried-out as annouricedlih this, column yesterday.. ,A11; the, .children made, a most creditable' showing, but the decided hit of the evening was the Highland fling by John Oliver. A commendable feature, for which the commilttee is to be congratulated, was the starling of.the entertainment promptly at seven-thirty, 60 that the affair was all over a: little after nine, Dr. Mewbum Honored fqr Days of Auld {Continued from from' lie wished it impressed that all lion oi his great ability as a. sur- geon and ol (heir high, regard for him as a citizen. "l-ethbridie, September, 1913." Dr. Mewturn came to Lethbridee in 1585 at the request of the North West Coal and Navigation Co. Prior to that time, he had hieri house surgeon in the Winnipeg hospital. He has been in Lethhridge ever since. For' years he was the only doctor 'in Uethbridge wid large surrounding territory, and classes ul citizensv were represented pvas for 27 years the miners' official showing their appreciation for a man 1 who had-always been their friend in] need, llelerring to the which probably recalls other inscrip- tions- used on not so happy, .Mr. Uiginbothacn said they thought it better to put it on apiece of plate than on llie Doctor's tomb- stone. THE IJOCTOK'S ItEHLY Dr. Mewhurn wnn deeply touched by the unlooVed for honor icsfowci up- on him. Iff realized, he said, that such events come only once in a life- time, and then the man was-neatly_ always unequal to the tasVt as haj fell ha n as. He appreciated till) hand- suifablc Dr. Mewburn will leave ahout the 'st of October for. Calgary, where will carry on a consul- alien work and surgery. A BEAUTIFUL BABY Wonderfully AfUr On A Will Knmn __ Mrs. E. Wiratr of 3) Wlnnifnd Ave., "I have used N'flve's Food fir my baby and it agreed urhentrerythinK some gilt, (he more so because ill Itehasgaintd wonderfully t lUrted giving it to him.' came from citizens in all walks ol. whom tie hart wbrVed for had taken such an active part lii il, while citfrens oi other calling) had shown themselves equally apprecia- tive: Ho said he felt much as that Quean ots England, must have felt, up- on r.e'r death the fall of the fam- French fortress, she said 'would be foudd wrlttfn 'on her heart. The memory of his many 'good friends In wo-jld always be. indelibly or. his. The service will he engraved with the family crest and this inscription J. "F. II. Mcwhurp, M.D.C.M., by his Lritnds as a' token ci 'appiecla- "My Hllle daughter, born Any. rsth., likes Heaves Food very much." h a hooch fit" Mrs. J. Fallon ofWhliby, Ont., says "Newe'j Food Is the only food that wilh our lilt] 5 boy. lie isbrlfrht. f r, ind hl5 fltsh is firmer, tlncc tiling Neive's Pood baa the sfiadard (nfant't Pood in Great lliiuin for moto 85 Mothers and prospective mothers may obUin free tin of NMVC'S Food p.nJ 4 About wrllinz Edwin Utlcy. 14 Front Sliett East, Toronto, who. is '.the Agent for Canada. (Mention Xcavc's Food is sold, in'i lb. liglit (I'Di by ill Drugf ilts Jo .re best news he had leard. in- thisp partj that the hog; ductioiha'd'increasfd iii Soiiihcrn "Al- jert'a hundred: per cent, in two1 years. IjETilRHiDGE A COMF.R, The: eastern l newspaperman .is., a the'b'roa'd'.1 oi Sir" Th.omasr Shaughnessy.' -He-, thicks their' land i schebie. in: Southern Albetta will reaie Lcthbridee, anrt says this city, n, the minds qi big men.oi .the com- pany, is one of the coming cities. you have between the main line and the boundary a whole em- he said. VI bclir-ve it will be within Hie lifetime of .the majority ol your people here when the C. p. R. Trill he'double-traded through the Crows Nest.'.1 SOO LIN'Ti TO VANCOUVER 5Ir. O'Faricll was all through. Sou- thern British Columbia years ago. He knows the routes and the probable routes ot new railways. He says the Soo line will eventually run through to Vancouver over the shorter line- 'rom Midway to Hope, although there are some heavy grades to.ovcr- comc. And James J. Hill, the wiz- ard of the United Stales railroad world is looking with longing eyes at .the. Southern Alberta .coal flcirts which he has not tapped.i The eastern wrifer Is.a believer in freer trade between Canada and the United States. The freest possible re- lations between the two countries would te conducive to the greatest prosperity. The new tariff is but tte start. If free wheat is not iorthcom- ing; the weight' oi Western opinion, he believes, will lorce the Dominion government to take .the step to bring about. There should be closer relations be- tween Uritish Columbia and the prai- ries. He told of the immense mineral production of the mines now operat- ing in Southern IS. C. and the great- er wealth sfill untapped for ot capital. The prairies would have to feed tlio mining population of the coast while C. would sup- ply the Jruil. ,lurt Vancouver will bo the Rrcalest city of tho Pacific which will be. the distributing warehouse, lor the millions on (he prairies. Mr. 'O'Farrell will .have some new, things lo tell the "cllele" east about the prosperous west on his return. TO INVESTIGATE TOBACCO TRUST Berlin, Sept. steps (or an investigation of the operations of the "tobacco trust'' In connection with the Herman cigarette Industry, have been taken by Iho government. The secretary of slate for the Inter- ior department agreed today to the pe- fitlon pent fp.hini by the lea- goo, an association of business, men, him to order an Inquiry fnln the says "Ihe German gov- ernment has long had Its eya on the operations ot the Sweiet Sixteen" com'es'but once''in her lifetime.1. Let the portrait preserve record of !hat' happy age. X" visit to the photographer fresh for. all time, the charms of sixttcrTor the hloc'm of twenty. Think wliat those pictures will mean to you and to after yeare. Modern equipment and the. natural, homelike of the upto-date etudip, Insure faithful and artistic portraiture. Allison The Photographer In BALMORAL BLOCK Your Town LETHBRIDGE KING ALFALFA. And lifls the mortgage on the farm? pays for coal to tecp us woririj stills Hie Ilvins-cost alarm? Alfalfa. fats the pig and fats him maVes the fesllvR jiorlter EeU? makes tlie butter fat excel? Who Who takea the place of Tlroolhy Slusive rascal, by the way And makes the struggling homestead IWJ. Alfalfa. Who BOVCS tho spent and weary soil? Who chocks the yearly vraste and spot And lifts the curso of boneless toil? Alfalfa. You'il raise it, too, don't fay ypj can't, Or else thls'sermon Is a rant. We'll drop around and see you plan Alfalfa. Spokesman Hevtew EXETER CITIZEN DEAD Exeter, OnU, Sept. Case, aged died suddenly In th yard of his home'here this loorntug, Mr. Case, who was a pramincnt'cUl 7.eTi, been in apparent goo' health. Money! Money! Money! Mr. Merchant: Is Uusincss Quid? Is Money Scnrcc? Arc you overstocked in some.lines of mcrcliniidieR? 1 liave five years of successful newspaper advertising and merchandise selling in-Canada and., flic Unilcd .Slales. Stocks Handled on Commission All Correspondence Strictly Confidential The Gourlie Sales Agency. P.O.Box 1800 Uthbridgt, Albtria ;