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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDRE DAILY HfcRALD v THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914 PAGE FIVE -atRylands' Tomorrow A brief outline of a few of the many .bargains arid also news of the firit of the: Fall Goods, which are arriving here daily. Coating Materials-Si.25 yd. up You will bo looking tor Coatings like these a month from now for your now'fall and winter coat, not selMUfnow from a com- plete of fancy Coatings in Labra- dor and Celt Blue, Navy, Black and many: other new shades. Lisle Hose, 3 prs. Ratines 50c. yd. Owing- to the Gorman war, Hos- iery will advance'at least 40 per cent., as nearly all hosiery tomes from Germany.. Lay in a supply of these 50o Hose to- morrow. Colored .Ratines In Pink, Sky, Hose, Geranium, Tango and oth- er shades, 40 inches wide, regu- lar valuo a yard. Tomor- row half Hosiery Our renilr-r Fall Shipment of over 1200 pairs of Penman's All Wool Cashmere Hose just opened. They are the only kind you can buy ttat is absolutely knit to form without a seam. Colors white; Black or Tun, in regular or outsizos. Prices 50c to 75c. Crib Blankets 30c. Wide Sheeting 28c. White Flette Crib Blankets with. colored 'borders. Single Blank- ets the pair 55o. A good Quality English Sheet- ing, full 2.yards wide, On sale Friday at 28o yard. Rediiced___ Prices on Dress Making Forms V.'o am overstocked iu Hall Borchert Dress Making Adjustable Dress .Making Forma, .so for Friday and Saturday you can choose from .four different styles at a saving of 20 PER CENT. Ladies' Vests 2-25c Combinations. 40c. A special lot factory seconds, also samples up to 25c, clearing auout price. Ladles' Fine Swiss Ribbed Com- binations, sleeveless and wide knees, regular 65c and 75c quali- ties. New Piaid and Tarlan Dress Goods Ready Tartan Plaid Dress Good's will ba worn more than ever this.-fall, for SlsirtD and Dresses. Our Dress Goods stock is particularly, strong just now on the better grades of Plaids and from 65c to yanl. 1 JLsjTiLlll %X> i he' Kusy Store -Mr. T. II.-McCready Is holidaying at the Waterton Lakes. Mrs. F. Cline has gone to spend a :ouple of weeks in Great'Falli Mont; MlsSi Brsirlii and Miss Viva Elton lire MlBB Beryl Nimmons has returned from Edmonton, where she taught in the summer school. Miss Josephine Hawkey is holiday ing out at- her parents' ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Alwood leave tomor ro'w morning for Asbcroft, B.C., where they will visit tbe latter's sister, Mrs. Kostor. Mr. and -Mrs. David H. Elton leave tomorrow for Edmonton. Mr. Elton will return the, first, of the week, but Mrs. Elton will remain for a.couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Baer, Seventh avenue South, leave, the first of the week for Calgary, where they will spend two.or three weeks, atter which they will spend a couple of days here en route to Manitoba, where they will reside future, Mrs. Dinnint and-daughter Margar- et, who have been guests with the former's-mother, Mrs. H. Bentley, re- turned to Castor this morning. They accorppanied home by Mrs. Bent- ley, who will remain for a couple of weeks. Grace the Archbishop of Ru- pert's Land, primate of all Canada, .and. Mrs. Matheson, are expected in Vancouver early next month for the meeting of tbe General Synod of the Anglican Church. During their stay they will be the guests of Mrs..Edgar Lee, Shaughnessy Heights. Flag-day for the -Hospital ship and emergencies will .be beld .on Sat urday from ten in the morning til ten o'clock at night. .Representatives of various women's societies in the city, met last evening at the home 'o 'Mrs. G. Robinson, regent of the Alexander Gait Chapter of the.imper Two days of unusual interest to economical shoppers. Many lines at exfraoi'dinary low pi-ices. There's a reason, in order, to clear vip the balance of Summer Stocks antfmake room for Fall merchandise ar- riving', these lines are out to go. Many of The New Fall Cloak- and Misses' Hose ings are Here Those who urs looking forward to having a new Coat or Cupe Fall and Winter ivear, Svill be pleased to: learn that we have al- rtady received a large shipment of the newest weaves and arc showing them in the Dress Goods Section. Blanket Cloaking1 This is a scarce material just now. We have a limited quantity to sell, o-i inches 'fi? "9 Kfl wide. For yard I Tweed Cloaking's A splenditl of SIiepHerd'a Plaid Check and Tartaua, 51 inches Per yard 3M Heavy Serges Extra quality of Fine English Serges, a var.- iety of shades to choose Per yard V d I i Cbildreu's 25c Cotton Hose These are in broken sizes only, and colors skj' iiud pink. Per pair Women's 50c Lisle Stockings Fine quality Black Lisle Hose of ex- tra fine quality. Per pair Sheetings and Pillow Cotton 50c Sheetings at Yard 50 yards only of Heavy English Twill Sheet- ing in 9x4 width and the host value 1 j% On sale -Friday and Saturday per yard W I JC 25c Pillow Cotton 20c Yard .40 inch-Pillow Cotton, good quality Circular Cotton 0- Friday ind -Saturday Per jard Men's 50c; Silk Ties, 25c Each' Men's Silk-Poplin Tics in nar- row'ahapo, cxquisito shades. On t-alc Friday and Satur- day, each............. faw) w Meh's.50'c Belts Each Belts in assorted loathers and sizes. Eoys' 65c Combina- tions, 45c Suit Dalbrisgan Underwear in all sizes, on sale Friday and Saturday, per suit..... a: Yard Curtain Scrim-65c Mercerised" Curtain Scrim; .a direct -importation; fancy weave. On sale Tiiday and Sat urdiy per yaul VvC Tapestry Table Cover A few otld Tapestry Gofers clearing away below cost. Corsets, outside, Pair Large Women's Heavy Cotille Corset, medium bust, reducer strap attachment, hoso support- ers On sale Friday fl> a and Saturday. Brassieres, Trav- ellers' Samples Direct from wholesaler to you, -a special purchase. An oppor- tunity for our customers to- buy at unusual saving. I HE BENTLEY COMPANY, LTD. al Daughters of tb.6 Empire, and all decided to help In making fiagkJay .a jreat success. Tho' whole city will be covered, both business, and-residential as It la purposed to call at every home in the-city. The sale of flags will not bo in any sense a hold- up, as the smallest sums will be ap- preciated, and a flag may be obtained 'or anything one wishes to give. The idea is simply to give all a chance to do something, however small, for the Motherland in this her hour of ex- ireme' heed.-' Volunteers for help on 'la'g-day are needed, and they are ask- to telephone Mrs.- G.- W. Robinson, UCO.'or. the president of any woman's liquidation with which they, are con- citizens are'.ask- ready on Saturday to assist the flag-sellers by buying flags. A meeting will be held on Monday to apportion the amount collected, so niuch for tho Hospital phip and so much for war emergencies. e A quiet wedding lyas solemnized In Cardston oil Tuesday, when Miss Housen became of Mr. Geo. O.'Low. Both bride and groom are very popular in Cardston and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Low 'passed throush the city yesterday, en routo. to Castor, where they will reside. Mr. Thomas Lindley, of Chicago, is a giiest with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace. Mr. George Ross-was brought in to j the Gait hospital from the ranch j with symptoms of typhoid. These ap-j pear to be checked, however, and ho is recovering rapidly.' Any woman of the city who would ue willing to help with tag day aid of the hospital ship Canada is j gfvini; the Motherland, and needy families loft by the war, are asked to telephone Mrs. G. W. Robinson, 11C9, as soon as possib.e Flag day will be on Saturday. Mr. Osborne, of Wrentham, is spending a short time- in the city. "Dr. F. H. Mewburn, o! Calgary, was a visitor in the .city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. O'Hagan left yes- terday for Heverotoke via the Arrow Lakf.s to meet Mrs. W. J. Armstrong and Bobbie, who are returning from the coast. Miss Perkins, .Tfrent-ham, is in the city to SEC her sister-in-law, Sirs. Perkins, of Wrentham, who recently underwent an the G-alt hospital. The patieaty is progressing favorably. SWANSOlMpERKS A quiet wedding 'was solemnized at St. Andrew's the. Rev. A. C. Bryan on Tuesday'night at nine o'- clock, -when Miss 'Julia Forks became the bride of Mr. Gunner Swanson, .both of this city. Miss Elizabeth Perks at- tended the Mr. Elof Nel- son supported the Mr. .and -Mrs. Swansou will reside on Twelfth street C North. Clubs and Societies .The Mower Guild will visit tbe Gait Hospital as usual at three o'clock to- morrow afternoon. If you have gar- den blossoms of any Kind to spare for those who are ill away from home, they will be appreciated if sent to- morrow afternoon. Members of the Mathcsis club, who desire to take the history course, should send for their books at once. The study this year will be Germany and Belgium. The full course'includes three bound books and eight- Bayview magazines, which can'be secured for three dollars and cents. Address J. M. Hall, Boston Boulevard, De- troit, Michigan. The Cradle Roll and-Primary class of the First Church with mot-bars, will meet at Mrs. B. B. 618 8th St., S., tomorrow at three o'clock for their picnic. THEATRE Gaia Opening of Season WILLIAM ELLIOTT Presents Extraordinary Comedy Success Tho Love Story with a laugh In overy lino written by Catherine Chtsholm Gushing. Direct, from, in New York. Seats on tale Medley's Drug Store PRICES BOc-TO AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Ouraim Is to give the most efficient service to the People of Lethbndge Your Opportunity in the Dry Goods Section Ladies' Summer Combinations, all sizes in tiie assortment. clear at Per Garment Flannelette Blankets, size f Flannelette- Blankets, size 12x4, for Ladies' Pure Silk Colored Parasols, in great variety, all to go at 4 U V Boys' Black Cotton Hose, ribbed; will give excellent service per pair......................... IwC Beautiful Silks, a shade for every taste. 22 inches wide, per yard Ladies' Mousquetaire Gloves, all shades, .to .clear at, per pair....... asols, 1.2 29c 1.00 ribbed; 15c 18c Snaps in the Grocery and Provision Department S-pound sack of Robin Hood Oats, per sack............ wCC Siam 5 pounds for..................... fiiwv Navy 5 pounds for The celebrated Wiltshire Bacon Per pound Swift's Prime 1 Per Swift's Prime Per pound 2 C Swift's Prime Per jjound 25c Take Advantage of this offer in House Furnishings Novelty. Curtains, single the newest styles. We have just S pairs left. J Regular valuer 53.00 to 515.00. To go Plush Door .Mats in plain Green, Blue and Tan. Size 12x30. inches, liegular for Canadian Beauty Electric Irons and Fully guaranteed. Worth To go at Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Ladles' white Wash Dress Skirts, made of English Cotton Cords and Crepe. Good assortment of styles. Price regular ME 53.00'and 53.60 for ....'.............9 I :A Big Reduction in Ladies' Gingham House Dresses in Tan, Pale Blue, Navy and Pink; sizes 34 to 30. DO Regular ana 5-1.00 for .........9 I Children's "White Muslin Drawers, Embroider- ed and Lace Trimmed. Regular 30e for............................... Misses' Princess Slips, made of fine White Cot- ton, Lace and Embroidery trimmed, sizes 14, 16 and IS years, reg. 51.25 S3.4S Men's Furnishings Priced Low 11.1 Men's Heather Mixed and Plain Black Half Hose. Regular value G pairs for Underwear at Half Price Men's. Balbriggan Undershirts in all sizes from 34 to 46. No Drawers. Regular 50e and 75o for COMBINATIONS Men's Balbriggan and Wbite Lisle Combina- tions, all sizes. Regular 51.00 to 51.50 for A GREAT SAVING IN Men's Cotton and Lisle Half Hose in all plain colors and embroidered, regular 25c and 85c, 3 pairs, for............................ Great Savings in the Shoe Department 'White Canvas-Ankle'Strap Slippers, sizes 3 to 5. Be-- gtilar value for -79C ChiMi-eii's-White Canvas Buttoned Boots, sizes 4 to Eegu- 11.25 for .-............i -S9c Sizes 8 tp. Regular Ladies' White Buck Pumps and Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7. Eegular 15 pairs of Men's Oxfords in Tan Colt and Guninetal, sizes 10. Eegular Dine at the H. B. C. Tea, Room Dinner 12 to 2 Breakfast 8 to 10 Afternoon Teas PROGRESS OF THE WAR TOD A Y IN BRIEF FORM CANADA _L Kingston. following cadets from the west of the Royal Military College have accepted commissions and will serve in the European war: E. D. Asbcroft, Vernon; T. D. Alwood, Grand Forks; A. V. .Dobhie, Vancou- rer, and L. A. Reid, Winnipeg. that there has.Seen a formal declaration of war between Great Britain and Austria, the gov- ernment will without delay take the same action, in regard ,to the Austrian consuls as it has taken in connection pith, the German consulates in Can- ada. In other words they will be slv- ;n notice that they must close up their >ffices and leave the country. If they fail, they will be handed their pass- ports. Austrian reservists will be ar- rested on any attempt to leave Canada It is believed very few will go back as they camo to this country to escape :ouscription. GENERAL NeVf British steamer Francisco, 'which arrived today from Hull, has two.guns mounted on the deck aCt. Captain- Runton explains that fifty vessels of the British mer- chant service are -to carry guns. Twen- ty-five vessels have already 'heen equipped. circles con- sider that the neutrality of Denmark must he maintained.at all costs, other- the steamer, to her ijvard assisted berth. New York. Confirmation of the re- port that the German tank steamer Leila had been captured by a British cruiser, was brought here today by the steamer Bermudian from Bermuda. Officers of the Bermudian said that when they left Bermuda the Leda was the on'ly prize then iu port. The Bermudian also reported that two French cruisers, the Conde and the Descartes, were at Bermuda. Out- side this harbor the Bermudian sight- ed the British cruiser Essex, and the Suffolk was heard.of by -wireless.-, President Wilson to- day directed Attorney-General McRey- nolds to investigate recent increases in prices of food stuffs, and to take up the question whether any persons re- sponsible can be prosecuted. At Gibraltar more than fifty vessels of all nations have been stopped and their sailings prevented. Washington, D.C. House and Sen- ate conferees on the Emergency Ship- ping bill today readied a complete ag- reement recommending to Congress that foreign built vessels .registered under the Act be permitted to engage in the trade within two years from ite passage. s Dr. Alex. S. Carrel, the French surgeon, who was the recipient of the 1912 Ndbei Prize for medicine has gone to the- front as an army sur- Germnn troops before Kalisz, Russian Poland, have issued a proclamation stating that every tenth, inhabitant of Kalisz will toe shot in, event of ther resistance..........., A Mass celebrated today the Russian Ministry of Finance, in mem'.- ory of M. Menokolof, the city treasurer of Kalisz, said to have been shot byj the German troops -while at his post. The Grand Duke Constantirie given the famous marble palace itt SU Petersburg as a hospital. The Russians axe mining VlaSiyos- tock harbor. The comoined Montene- grin and Servian invasion of Bosnia has begun under the Servian Cterieral, Jankoyitch, who was commander, of the Servian army corps at Prisreiid in the Balkan war. wise the economic distress, which al- j S1 ready Is acute, will be accentuated.' Large quantities of goods are Mieing exported to the Ger- many has removed lifer LondonV It is announced that the, of re- servists will soon 'be called to the col- 'Minister of -War states tliat many nas rtiiiiovuu jiwi -imc U1.-.IU.1 lions, but requires that the shipments there has been an engagement in IJir.- biirg province in which tho Germans were driven hack. No news has heen Baron do who left'the chamber tor 3ils chateau in' the, south of Liego province ort that date. Prince Gcotao ot Sotvia, is report- ed to have been wounded while watching ;tlie .Austrian bombardment oi Belgrade. he in large quantities. The export of Danish goods to. England commences tonight, the government.Insuring them against .war Suanghai.-T-The Japanese Shikokn Maru-was.fieriously.damaged today and.'orie of 'her crew Killed' by a'cannon shot fired from the British fort at Hong Kong whilo the vessel was entering '.ho harbor. The Shlkoku Maru.ptld no hoed to the harbor reg- Two- warning fired over her- but she did hot stop, and. a third shot then struck her (UUidnlilps. A govornmeut tug after- KUSSIA St. Petersburg, via cording to a acml-offlcial dispatch, we have in stock an- other fresh shipment of at The Frank Hedley Drug Company LETHBRIDGE ;