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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE CLARKE CO The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH NEW ARRIVALS IN DRESS ACCESSORIES New Neckwear, Beits, Gloves, Dress Trimmings, Etc., Attractively Priced. This store's pre-eminence as ii'shopping place for well-dressed women is best exemplied by its showing of the little things, which, while small In themselves, mean much to the effectiveness of a woman's costume. With a comprehensive showing of bewitchingly pretty neckwear, belts, gloves, trimmings, notions, etc., wa tend to the little fixings., in a manner that completely satisfies the most particular woman. "Always something is our motto and it is not an idle theory, but a working force every day in the year." When you. want new, novel and out-ot-the-ordinary effects in your accessories, come to this store. Not onily will there be lots of new things; but the prices will be most. tempting. KID GLOVES IN GUARANTEED Lovely fine qualities.in .3 complete range of sizes; colors, .tans, greys, modes, reds, navys, greens, whites and .black. Two dome fasteners _at wrist; neat stitching at pair absolutely guaranteed, LADIES' HEAVY DOGSKIN DRIVING A most practical glove; which always gives the greatest amount of satisfaction for .Shown' of tan; good medium weight; suitable for a street glove .and also heavy enough for driving; nislied with one dome fasteners. NEW AND. DAINTY NECKWEAR SELLING AT 35c Late that you. have not seen before in the latest and most novel effects of the stocks, Dutch collars and jabets -in the and all very mod- erately priced; LOVELY FINE NET Made in. the latest style .of the season, too, of fine mesh net in white or Paris shades; neat tailored style with trimming of Insertion to match an4 wide tucking; silk lined throughout. Our Dress-Making Department to Ogen in a Few Days. Coming in Fast Orders In the course of another week our di-'ss-making department- will he in operation and if we are to judge by present indications it will fill a .want in this vicinity in the matter of providing just the .kind of clothes that particular women delight -to wear. A great many orders are already booked and we strongly urge those of you who have not as yet reserved a'place to do so at once. Fuller announcements will be made later. PRESIDENTS TAFT AND JUDGE WON GOLD DIAZ WILL MEET MEDAL FOR BRAVERY El Paso, Texas, Sept. of- program for rtflie-meeting1 Presidents Tuft arid Diaz at HI Paso and Jaurex was "made know yester- day by the War j a communication to the local coni- Washington, IX C., Sept. jumping into the river at Detroit. and rescuing Jas. J. Foy, a Detroit lawyer in August 1395, Sec- retary of, War Dickinson was today {presented with a gold medal. The mittee. Its the .'tendency was mado at the War of the two., governments; the affair strictly international and prac- tically all the arrangements are in hands of the Secretary of War. The program consists of two visits by Mr. Taft to Mexico, and one visit by Senior Diaz to the United States. No troops of either country will cross the boundary, nor will flags of jn an attempt to cross the cither nation be carried across the piank.' Judge Dickinson jumped in line. In the morning, President Diaz after him and both men came out of will cross the boundary where lie} the accident unharmed. Judge Taft. will be received by the Secretary of now president, and otiher notables War and escorted to President Taft's carriage. The governor of Texas and his staff will accompany the Secre- Department by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Hilles. During the Am- erican Bar Association convention at Detroit in 1895, the delegates were entertained on the river in yachts. On the return to the city at a late hour, Mr. Foy 'fell overboard in the darkness from tiie yacht in an tary. The party will be driven to the Chamber of Commerce in E3, Paso -where the two presidents will con- fer in private. The Mexican Presi- dent will then retire to his side of the river under American military es- cort-. At noon, President Taft will cross the river and the program of the morning will were on yachts in the vicinity at the time. This life saving medal was in- spected and approved by President Taft before his departure for the west. ALVA NEFF IS ON .TRIAL AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Sask.. Sept. fall sittings of the Supreme Court opened here this morn ng with. Jus- be practically re-! tice Johnston, presiding. The docket peated. He then will retire to the American side under military escort. In the evening, at.5 o'clock, dent Taft will go to Juarez he will be banquetted. Presi- is a large one and includes many; ser- ious charges. Probably the most serious one 'is .against Alva. Neff, charged' with crim- ina, assault, was read at ing, but the hearing- of which was INJURED IN COLLISION j postponed: until: tomorrow. The case Detroit, Mich., Sept.. 3001has attracted a lot of interest foot steel steamer Pontiac, owned by throughout -the country owing to.its the Cleveland Cliffs Coal company was severely damaged early today by a collision in the St. Clair- river, with the steamer Uranus of the Gil- christ line. The Pontiac was beach- i ed in front of the Summerville" hotel j at St; Clair to prevent her- from sink- j ing. The collision occurredf' during a heavy fog.' The injuries -received by-the Uranus are not yet known- I extremely revolting nature. The pro- secuting counsel characterized the crime as one of the most heinous ever committed in' Western country. NefTs: counsel made -an effort to ha.ro the. prisoner committed to ait asylum for the present, putting forward, a plea that