Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
I.o t.KTHBR1 PCfc P A1Lt HBg ALP tHDRSDAY, AUGUST FRIDAY AND ALL OUR NEW AUTUMN GOODS DISPLAYED tple Merchandise to make these two days, days j item mentioned is fully guaranteed to be as rep- j resented. Sleeping Garments for Children A. full stock ot these splendid Varments i" "icro todai, read; to protect small children during tie chilh BiEnts aerv mother tods herselt gums a stance to the chil- dren to are well covered go.n? to bed It your child -5 pioiiStu a sleeping garment this Is IMS A suit that thoroughly practical 'and i iael. Chwirm-Mw it, and mothers it. Prices "Oc. loc and 80c a No need for any woman to deter buying her Fall Coat' account of price. Splendid models hero at There are no values like these in Lethbridse. The Coats are Smart, Stylish and Practical, and the woman who intends 'buying a Coat before long can -buy It now. md be benefittlng by It without fear of nobbier styles and better values appearing-later. Coats offered at thsie price's. Include Rough Cheviots in Browns, Navy and'Pawn and Tweed Mixtures In subdued and lively colorings; short and medium lengths; with the, New Balmacan and Kimona Sleeve.. Prices and New Fnllings are Here Another shipment of Dainty Lace and Net Frilltngs In Cream, Ecru and White and Black with Chiffon in Pale Yellow. Priires 25c, SOctooOe. Silk and Satin Girdles The latest fashion Pleated Girdle, a splendid assort- ment awaits your selection: a var- iety ot widths m Plain Black, Pad- Rose and Purple. Prices to GENERAL FKKNCH ANP HIS PICKED MEN m ,1 :V t .K M f'f fe ,'f The soldier m the p.cture are men o. one ot the ot the First Army CorpsCleaving mouth to sail for the continent although their unknown to, .hem when the picture flower ot the British army vtas picked tor the First Army Corps owels, each 20c A'good Friction Towel in natural arid scarlet color, size 42x20 inches, Tilth fringe Friday and Saturday, each..............- 20C 25cNavy Wool Flannel, per yd. 15c A' Splendid Shirting Flannel, 00 in. width, a good-Avearing fabric. Friday and Saturday, per ISO A Few Hand Bags at 1-3 the Usual Regular Price Just about half a dozen Bags in fancy lea- ther, Moixc. Silk and Velvet. 65c Unbleached Table Linen yd. 50c HeSyy LTnhleached Table Linen, carnation in: width. Sale price, per yard 50C 75c Wool Dress Goods, a yard 50c This line is Wool Tweed in' 42 inch wiuth. -colors Gieen and Brown ma- CflQ, tures, alfO gres Per yard.. 65c Curtain Net with Frill, a yard 350 Good quality Brussels Net in 30 in. width, perfectly plain with trill. 100 >ds 35C only ot this line. Per yard....... 35c Women's Black Cotton Hose, a pair Women's flue Cotton Hose, natural wool sole, spliced heel and toe. Friday OCg and Saturday per -pair fcwV Women's Tan Hilk Eose 75c A splendid Silk Hoss with deep garter welt and double TSC Per pair 25c Overall Deiiim. per yard 20c Heavy English Overall Denim, plain blue, 28 inch width. Friday and Satur- OA day per yard fcU ?0c Kimona Crepe, per yard 3 patterns only in Crepes direct from the "Land ;Of the Flower." 32 inch width. Friday -and -Saturday Per yard 2 V New Shipment of California Floral Beads McCall September Magazines BENTLEY COMPANY LIMITED McCall Patterns lOcand 15c War Flashes Geiman cavalry near Lou- Tain is moving in the direction oi Nawur. Berlin wireless de- spatch says the situation m East Prussia is not yet decided. The second issue oi OOO.OOi) treasury bills has been an- olher success. Applications for 000 pounds have lieen received from the banks. The price is a. trifle over 88. .Lcndon-Thc Zeppelin hoir.li drop- pine incident at Antwerp promises to the subject oi the widest in- ternational investigation. It is a clear violation of P.ute 26, of the 4th Hague convention. London-A Paris despatch says the UNWED PAN Novel Method of Overcoming Unemployed Problem in Capital Cily. AVERAGE PER DAY ns the French troops are miking progress. London That Germans are practically ciit off from the outside world, is. .shown by a copy of th'. ieath of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. The iumor. cannot be confirmed, the paper assrr'ts. Neither do they know -what has bccume oi the. Ooeben and. Bres- lau. A' COFFEE WAFERS I Tohtespooti butter creamed slow- ly, 1 cup granulated sugar, 2 eggs, well-beaten, 2 cups rolled oats, 1 Itablespoon vanilla; 1 tabTe.poon Bggo BJ Powder, -i teaspoon salt. -Drop 4 tablespoonfuls on buttered fc'hs, brown slightly, in medium oven, PMBO'VC at once from paa. Edmonton, Alta., Aug. 21.-Scores oi nien, and pans; ..are the banks of.the'Saskatchewan Uiver, which bi- the pa t-he bars, '1 daily clean-lip1 ,irom J2 to Ji a man. arc. di- recting, (he- is designed solve the unemployed problem dur, ing the next three. months. "The was suggested by Dr. D. will give employ- ment to several thousand men with- in the city limits and as many more up and down said M. o. Booth, commissioner of safety and "It has been taken up by some of the old-timers, who washed out from ,to in ffAA each season' in the early '90s, when Edmonton and they arc giving thfir services in U-aching the men the 'yisslics.1 Plac- er miners say that the rawest tend- erfoot should make irom .to a A gravel company, which has been operating in the Saskatchewan river since territorial days, using a steam dredre to take the gravel from the bars, takes out thousands i of dollars in flour gold each season. Tie fine particles of the precious metal are caught in woollen.blankets after passing into the riffles. "There is gold in wic river for anyone who isn't afraid oi a little hard said W. IlufT, who has been engaged in the worK lor a doan years. "It is in fine dust and requires some patience to separate it. The supply is practically inex- Ihaustible, as high water in the spring brings more flour gold down from the maintains than can be tak- en out in any single season." RUSHING MORE TROOPS TO FRENCH FRONTIER London, Aug. Dally Mail's Boulogne correspondent says that the events of the past few days have ag- ain disorganized the Paria train ser- jvice, and that everything must give way to the necessities for the trans- portation of troops, the removal, of wounded, and the clearing of civilian population from the firing lines.' OPERATED ON AT. .80 Montreal, Que., Aug. MacDonald, the noted financier aivd philanthropist ot Montreal, underwent an operation at the General Hospital in this city, and last night it was stat- ed that his condition was satisfactory. Sir William is over eighty years of age. The Natural Way to Health XPERIENCE prar'eitlwtlHMlth by Coaxlnf ii belter thin by'-Anuvf. A, Mil superior to a Hazardous Force. Salt" prevents relie ll [uiirfo.ol ol the Con. superior t Eno'i Fiuit Salt" prevents relieves by Nalaral Mttuu che, etc. It seta according to the qimntity taken, either u relieving ager.t or a cooling and refreahing beverage, and. gently stimulates without any weakening aftet-'effeeta. Prtpartd only ly There n this Cocoanut While the nations of Em-ope are at war, the peo- ple oi Canada We a duty to their own land as well as to the Mother Country. While regretting the is- hiie forced on the Mother Country and giving con- tingents to England's aid, let us also give all the help we can to ourselves. Canada's own big problem is that oi a country wliich has imported and bitddcnly finds thote importations cut off. You Avill get at the milk in this cocoantrt at once by glancing at the following lists LIST NO. 1. Some of the things wo hiue been importing horn Geimany, Belgium, and Fiance to the Atilue of pci Analine Dyei.. Baskets. Books. Boots. Buttons. Brooms. Brushes. Canned Goods. Carpets. Chemicals- Chinaware. Clocks. Clothing. Collars and Cuffs. Cotton Goods. Combs. Curtains. Colors and Dye Stuffs. Cutlery. Dolls. Drugs. Embroideries. Electric Apparatus. Feathers. Furs. Fringe and Taisels, .Gloves, and. Mitts- 'oiasc ancTGtaseware.. Hosiery. Jewelry.. Knitted Goode.. Lamps. Leather Goods. Lace. Labels. Locomotive Tirai. Machinery. 'Millinery. Mineral Musical .Instrurnents. Optcial Instruments. paints and Colors. Papers. Pencils. perfumes. Pianos. Pharmaceutical Preparations. Piano Parts. -Piano Key ivories. Pipes. Purees. Ribbons. Rubber Goods. Se'eds. '_ Shoe Laces. Silk Knitted and.ethor Goods. Soaps. Spirits. Stocklngr and Socks. Time Recorders. Tobacco. Toilet Articles. Tools. Toys, Underwear. Woodenware. Woollen Goods. Watches. LOT NO. 2. A, A- Some of the things mentioned in List No. 1 that now make -in Canada in competition manufacturers oi' Continental with the Baskets. Boots. Books. Button si Brooms. Brushes. Canned Goods. Carpets. Chemicals. Collars and Cuffs. Cotton Goods. Clothing. Combs. Colors and Dye Stuffs. Cutlery. Dolls. Drugs. Earthenware. Electric Apparatus, Feathers. Furs. Glass and Glassware. Gloves and Mitts. Hats, Jewelry. Knitted Goods. 'Lamps. Leather Goods. Labels. Machinery- ;fomine'ry. Mineral Waters. 'MUslcai Instruments, Optical Instruments. Paints and Colors. Paper. Perfumes. Pipes. Pharmaceutical Preparations. Pianos. Piano Parts. Purses. Ribbons. Rubber Goods. Seeds. Silverware, Silk Knitted Goods. Soaps. Spirits. Stockings and Socks. Time Recorders. Toilet Articles. Tools. Underwear. Woodenware. Woollen The Canadian manufacturers of the articles In List No. 2 have now advantage greater than any tariff wall. The competition of Continental Eur- ope has been withdrawn and wl.ll remain .withdrawn until the war is over at least Let the Canadian manufacturers make the most of the situation. Ana let th'ft people of Canada rally around our manufacturers and help them make the most of It. for we need them and.the things they make as never before. The Immed'late result of the European war, In Canada, was a check to business. The second-result will be to stimulate we keep our'heads, GO AFTER buslness'and ADVERTISE In the newspapers.