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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915 LETHBKIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE FURS! IF ITS ANYTHING IN THAT LINE WE HAVE IT, FOK LESS THEN YOU WOULD EXPECT IN JANUARY. REGULAR TO S7.95 REGULAR TO REGULAR TO 513.45 REGULAR TO DAINTY BLOUSES There arc lew things d woman .ippiociates inoie than a Dainty Blouse. When it's a Eojal Stoic Blouse [i li.ih nn cxliacmlinaiy appeal to lie) 100 piclly Ciepe de Chine, Mcssalme and Jap Silk 'inartly designed and beautiful sliadp. All sizes in both lots. Regular prices to Sale and A SALE of COATS NO WOMAN SHOULD MISS ;tro clotiring tlio lialance of our stock. A week earlier in season would gladly lia-vo paid the regular prices which'range from to One and two of a kind coat new In style and material. Zeb- ellnes, Tweeds, Whitney Cloths, Chinchillas and Beavers, in black, navy, grey and fancy, mixtures. The last two days. CHARMING DRESSES 100 Beautiful and Charming 'Evening, Afternoon and Street Dresses. Tho last word for style and beauty, in all the wanted 'shades' -and materials. -Never before have we or anybody, ever attempted to offer such splendid quality and style, at so low a price as you can procure them now. Positively the last two days at FRIDAY AND SATURDAY YOUR LAST CHANCE To avail yourself of the Golden Opportunity to SAVE at the -A-L-E After Saturday the Sale will be over and your chance be gone. SHOP TOMORROW these prices establish fresh precedents for low- ness in prices on such standard and fresh mer- 1 i. V: chandise FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ROYAL STORE GLOVES Lined and unlined; Orrss or Work Gloves and Gauntlets Hegular Sale 'Regular -Sl.oO; .Regular Wale...................SI.45 Big Special in Shoes Men. did you stop to think the opportunity you. have lo put on ;i new pair of the Famous "WALK- OVER" KHOKS, worth always now Another fine lot of CANADIAN .M ADH 8110US Regular price ,'i.ud now.............. I Men's Coats They are the identical Goats for which you would gladly pay full prices for. Your chance to savo from 20 to 40 per cent, on such Tine all -wool Tweeds, Meltons, Beavers and Preizes; finely tailored and perfect fit, with or without halted 'bucks. Don't delay Regular and Rugular and 515.65 and S18.75 Regular and SI 3.45 The Best Suits Money Can Buy! We lay .special emphasis on our Men's Suits in 'blue, -black, grey, brown and novelty effects. Every garment made by expert, well-paid tailors, who are masters in their We can fit'any size man, whether he be fat, thin, tall, lean or corpulent. salesmen who uriaeraiamf ine busi- ness thoroughly. The low prices during this, sale will attract your attention. Regular to Regular to Regular to Regular to Regular to 320.00 ?25.00 S10.75 S13.45 S15.65 S18.75 521.50 Two Big Specials on Winter Caps 95c Caps; Regular Sale Price Caps; Regular 1C Sale Price >1.10 Fur Felt Hats A great assortment of Felt ana Fur Felt-Hats, all shades and sizes. Regu- lar prices and J3.00. YOUR CHOICE S1.45 A Bargain in Men's Sox Woo! and Cashmere Regulai price 35c and 40c Sale Price Regular prices 60o and 76c Sale Price Men's Sweaters Heavy Ail 1 Wool Sweater Coats, or Military Collars; combination or' plain shades. AH sizes.' Regular price to LOT 1 LOT 2 51.95 52.95 i t- Men's Shirts Heavy raud medium weight Flannels, light sail' Jark shades, all sizes Regu- lar prices and Atl Sale Price 200 Dress-Shirts, starched or. soft cuffs and detachable collars; neat stripe and plain white Regular QCft and Sale ............w9U Men's Ties .Plain and Brocaded Silks, wide or.nar- rpw a beautiful collection qf new shades. Reg. 50c sale Eeg. 75c: sale 35C Congregation Says Farewell to Rev. and Mrs, Bryan Mr. Lakic proposed Our Ouest. The f great kindnesses shoun to them bj speaker said the whole bi the ,Uhe people of St. Andrew's. Mr. Bry- congrcgation lidd a Kreat admiration j an tl ci a brief rmew ot the Thp Choir wai proposed bj Rev. 13 Posb in j liappV little speech, and he urged all to. keep on singing. Mr and Brvan Then thwc done during the past tlireM Air J AIiTler replied vears' work m the church had home and stated that all that hail! Alacleoil proposed the Sunday fruit and it was a great credit to Mr. been done would not have been acioni School and. Air B C Cranstoun re- Hn au's abilities vtithm twelve plished it it had not been for months of his taking up the mmistn J carntst devotion ot the session I tire church uas one 01 the best m In proposing the toast of the church A congregational soual held at southern Albeita Thev now possess- the Kcv Mr. Dencon said that. St. St Andrew's church last night to somr, Of the finest voimg people in Andrew's had a Instorv ivhich any take farewell pf Rev and Mrs C j the citv, and in the meet- mombcr n ight feel proud. The church Bryan Mr Lakie presided over a' ings last vear, St icport company of adherents and Gf B0cml work was the best on rec inder the leadership of Mr ,___ bad become a factor in the life of the friends After the toast to the King Ord Mr Lakic also touched upon the city, and a force of righteousness in had been honored, Mr I) bimth pro temperance work done during the pro the To those belong- posed the toast to the Ladies' Aid hibition campaign bv Mi" Bivan. and cd lo it now was given the task of In doing so, Mi Smith paid ,1 great paui a tribute to him being a building up so that thej should .be. tribute to the ladies for the young man's man, and said that he north) of commendation b> fchosn ork the) had done during the past had no doubt that the giral number who came after. Mr J W McKoan of men who had volunteered for ac leplicd, and mentioned that 75 mem- tivp iicrvice, 71 out of a church mem hership 01 32o, vva-1 due to the voire of Mr Brja.ii concluded by n ishing GodsprctJ to Mr and Mrs To-M'r. iMcIntosii fell the task oE making a presentation of a wallet of notes to Mr Biyan and Mrs flry- an In doing so he wished them God- Bryan ?PCJ'a> tiustt'd. that they would three vears During that time thty had raised nearlj for tundi and he hoped that thej would do as well for the minister as thej had for the old Mrs Uoss in rr piling, stated that all that had been Brjjn and famil accomplished vvab due to the excel lent leadership of Mrs Bryan hers had been added to the -church during the mini'-tr} ot Mi YOUR DUTY TO DRINKING MEN IF CHEATED; "IMMUNE" from .the, poison of alcoholic liquors show your THANKPtjbNEJSS by advising and helping jour susceptible brother to get the ANTIPOTE at the Neal Insti- tute, 8iO Thirteenth V" West, jjry, phone W46S5, or nearest Intrtltuli in to Other Mi, Brj an reply ing to the toast said that npvsr a.', anv time had he LETHBRIDQE PEOPLE PRAISE SIMPLE .MIXTURE Many in Lcthbridge th pie mixture of buckthorn bark, sitn fcH dUcouragfd lie could count u.ij, the congregation M all tlmo-i to help llie- "lc in anj work Th; longer he stayed the moic lelt tl'at all were behind liiiii riipy had liad hard times owing lo llie liuancia! ilopresslon, and then the came, liut still aoiv things j VNY tASE fom wore looking tin There avgreat ON n nnmnw he most HOROUOH almost relieves istipation, sour or ONE MJM'TH'after ficlil 01 iiotk in thi north and take It. the aasses rumble ana he trusted thai tins rMP'e imss out cannot gnjip. and Andrew's would round Mi! I INSTANT action la surprising, I church and do all Uie> MJtild, Particu- ,lllglnhotham fc Drug- larh during thf ncxlj luontns Up UisK Lotliliridge, 'and his lonillf iiotild ncier Imyti good health in their nsw sphere of labor Both JUr and Mrs Hryan suitabfv responded V tlibutc to Air Bryan's Stirling uotk also paid Mr Forester. Dili nig tlie niusical .tcin's tendered Jhss Washhrook, Miss Halt, Messrs. H. O. Kilner, J. JCaismith and J. Tile singing o! tliij National Anthem closed the proceedings END OF BIG TUNNEL IN ROGERS PASS Vancouver, Dec. of the great Bogers Pass -tunnel under the Selkirks will meet on December 1ft, according 'to an official estimate made today at Canadian Pacific head- (juarter's. here. Of the five miles of than three have, been completed size, and after s small hold Is pierced thH month woik will proceed with uoublod aUivlt) It ift ed that the tininel Mil! be for. operation next July. Kuill'1 lake place at ('al- c American battiliiw kc- m T6V6Mo. Volunteers Rush to Colors Under Lord Derby's Plan London, Dec. 'With only three ys Ifcit.foi1 the test of Lord Derby's plan1- iOtCrecruUlns, enlistment offic- ers are beiiig overwhelmed vith iiten wish Jo under tiie yroup svsteiH, Last nigh) mauj re- Lruiting officers orked until after midnight. Toronto raised foi the Bri- tish Red C'rosb Hon. Jas. Dunsihuir, ot Victoria, B. C1, is'conliihuling n thousand a month to .the Patriotic Kunil. ISIUIIHIU CONFER WITH FRENCH GOVERNMENT London, Dec. Edward secretan for foreign at fairs, and Field: Marshall Earl Kitchener, secretary of war, went to Paris yesterday to con- fer with tiie French govern- ment, it was officially an- iiounced this afternoon. AIR FIGHT IN PYJAMAS I-uimuii, Ens The exploit of a British airman at the Dardanelles who "went up' in his pjjamas and siloL an enemv seaplane a pistol, was described by another air" man, who was there Tt was half past foul in the, morn- ho said, "when ne roused from sleep by iive bombs being the sound that our assailant vras'a seaplane nol at all a fast machine One of tW officers leapt up, and, dressed pjjnmas, got ou.t a fast machine (and started off In par- suit He single-handed on his adventure, was armed oily With air automatic "pistol. knew the must cross Uie Nartavis in Older to get home, "so lie ffw 'thera direct and Malted. The eAsm} npimtrud, and the gallant airman went lor it and, after a short duel, managed to place a Well directed, shot m the engine, which sent the German seaplane down to destruction." Used Whenever Quinine Does Not Affect the Mead Because of its tonic and laxative ef- fect, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE vi ill be found bettei than ordinary- Quinine foi any purpose for winch Quinine is used Does not cause vousness nor rinsing in the member there is only one "Bromo Qnimde' Look foi signature of E. Grove, i: Drunkards Saved We aie in earnest when we artK'' jou to give onHlNE a trial. huve nothing to riak and to gain, for >OM- money will be turned if after a trial sou fail to getji results from ORHINB "fhls .oderji slves HIP wives and niotncio ut llipBej: to excesl an opiWfttinitK" to trj tne OHKtNE treatment; a very simple treatment, can en in the home without publicity loss ot lime frnta business given without the knowledge. A ORRhVB Is piepared in Mo. 1 seciet tjeatment. a ORRINK No 2, in- pill fomi, for fh ivho desire lo take luent Costs onlj WOO a for booklet Red Cross D Co, Umitrd, Avenue Soutu, j ;