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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ma ���� � I r-i Storie Will beX^rowded Tdniglit Hie Rummage Bargains will bring you to this Great Sale pry Goods Dejit^ DABNING WOOL, on.card J) While they: last, each;... fciC BARR^TtES gobd,strong clafip Regular �:25c2.00 and $1.75 fl� 1 '4 Q Gombs'fbr-women at9 la I 9 15c Men's Dept. MEN'S CAPSl tho balanced our Caps up to $1.75 ACm for ... ............. OOC: KERCHIEFS; 500 white or coir ored edge, Ithid, regular fj^ l&c,,' oft sale....... mufflers; to ?1.50- On sale at . silk' krilt, aU uD 75c s H l,rts ;  Toolro's'. Negligee Shirts up to ?i..2B for .........: v:...... NIGHT. gowns; heavy English flannelette, 15 to 18 sizes; values ?1.25 and 1^1.50 for ........ .. with $1.25 GLOVES for men, mocha wool lining; values to $2.25; per "|)air . OVERALLS with bib, blue stripe or black denim; : ' QRn Special per p,alr^....... WORK GLOVES; heavy horse-hide, wool lined; � . SWEATERS; iiigh neck, buiton front for men (DiK�i Regular $.1.80 W^VW, -BOYS' SWEATERS; 25 only; all shades, all sizes; QRfi Your choice. ........... vwv BOY S' UNDERWEAR; Penman's best; fleeced lined ^ Price each ...;.. � ' ' . ,. BOYS' COMBINATIONS, heavy rib or riied.^welght C 4/ 4 jj �wool; on sale ...,.. I � I 5# ..... ,�;. . ... f -^^^ BOYS' SHIRTS; grey ,|lanBel; collars attach?ia, reg. $1.50 ifor 85c FLEECED UNDERWEAR^fPen-man's ibest 75c quality, CAm Each.................. OWC W oo l UNDERWEAR; Pi'en-man's and Tijg0r."brand litovx rilb, each S.J 73q WOOL UNDERWEAA; StanW field's Red LabeL.; Aft- Each. $1.15. $l.l6 J&:9.;l'aUU WOOL UNDERWE RWEAF fine quality; , J.,' { { R, .\^(^S^y^ Bach ....... $1.90 uumuti'tui;-wuuieu a[.�|r � � � wi I Jiiacn .......(^^^�1*1' ' bV'W Half Price For Any Larfies^'Suit, Coat Or Skirt In 3tock M Herald Jn Mon^day niglit's paper youwlll find a brand new-list of bargains that will be V worth- coming down, town (bright and early .Tuesday moniing. $150 Free in Premiums When you (buy at this sale you haVe thp choice of the only Real Bargains in tlie city. Then you get a coupon Free vwhioh antltles you .to. share; in. tije rblf $150 Premium ;UBt. .. ;. >C�et a Coupon - ^ - |1SQFree^ Rylands & l^i? , Ctinducting A REAL Silp ' VE MOUNTED POLICE FULLiPAY ON ACTIVE SERVICE SAYSH liETHB 1*11)0 E D AltY '-r--^-^--------- HGRALD PAGE WOMAN'S FORTUNE Freed From That Wealc, Languid, Always Tired Feel-ing, by Lydia E. Pmk-hain's Compound. Thesinlqn, Ont. - " I cannot apeak too highly of your medicine".' When my b.\->-getito is poor and I have thnt weak, lan-gTiid, alwaiyB.tired feeling, -I get-a.ljot-.l jtle of Lydia E. Pink-'ham's Vege.table Compound, and it builds me up, gives [me strcirigth, and restores me to perfect health again. It is truly �'blessing to women, and I cannoti �peak highly enough of it I take pleas^ � are-in recommending it to others." - \ Mm. Annie Camkhon, Thessalon, Ont. I AVomeh who are suflferingYrom tHose distressing ills peculiar to.their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt tlie ability of Lydiiv E. Pinkham's Vegetable. Compound � to- rgstnre' their health. Thero are probably hundreds of .thousands, perhaps millions ot wonien in tha United States who have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over 30 years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. If you are sick and need such a medicine, why don't you try it ? If yoM want special atUice write to LyalB E. PInlthnm Medicine Co. (confl-J dcntial) JjfUtt, Mass, Vnnr letj^r vrUl be opeueil, read huti, answArod by'a woman and bcld in strict coilftdtuce', Mr. and Mrs.' U. J. Waudi announce the engaKBmcnt of their eldest daughter, Alice Qertrmle, to Mr. \Vm. Uoyes, of the Great northern Uy. at Nelsci, B; C. 'The Vvwlrting will take placS the !a'ltef.)part of I''cbruary. Miss fllad'ys'.iJ.ftotiuc.s of Lethbridgc, is .spending thC'W^ck-pna with friends in the city-Calgajcy Albcrtan. - *. � i'^t * Mrs. Hastings?6f Winnipeg, is visiting Mr. and' Mrs. Norman Weir, and is leaving-shortly for l.otiibridgc. -^Calgary A  Grassy Lake-Gak-lle : Miss Carrie Cook, formerly, of; l^cthbridge, has ).>,een engaged as toatlicr of the junior, grades in the local school. Miss Cook.' is a sister of J a prpvioiis t.??,cher and Jiasmany friend.? lierp. The Twentieth � Anniversary Ball given by tlie" Court Star of Leth-bridge, No. 809.5, Ancient Order, of Foresters, in the Knights of Pythias hall lasli night, wonlil have been an unqualilied succes bnt tor one thing,- the floor was n6t in the shapis it .should have beeS''for pleasant in-, dulgence in the terpsichorean art. It had been recent^*:-s'orape(.l,~aml';' the" ajiplicatioi) of, {^.'jwax and ; 'taUow was much, too recent to make tor 'a' desired surla'cc; ' There was a fairly good crowd, and the music, furni.sheil bv GasiceU's four-piece orchestra, was' par excellence. Exceptional January Sale Specials For Saturday Night's Sdlihg--? to 10 These offerings .even in these days of great economv will prove a-,;� reyelati.on t6 Saturday night shoppers. Spine of tlio following are odd lines that must be cleared before stock taking, hence the low i)rices. Ladies' Sweater CoatH Ladies' all wool Sweater Coats in colors navy, red (iijd tan. , This style has wide shawl collar and. patch pockets. Heavy w-eight pure Rti wool. .Regular $5.00. Half Price.....*PCavV ' Children's Underskirts BOARD OF m s V iChildren's Flannelette Underskirts in pink, blue ind white, f^lendld quality, well made through-Dut. 'Sizes 1, 2 and 3- j Hegulai" priofeiDOc ........... 30c Of the number- of Lethbridgc given by - A. F.. & A. M.;, this season at Members of the Board of Trade want thej>street railway extended to Hardioville. The .matter .w(is. brought up at the tecont) council..moetmg, but Mayor Hardio threw; cold water on conoptt-dances Lodge No. 39,; tlie Masonic hail, S..0,. K. block, the one given 'last night Wii.s equal to the b^st.The hall was' well filled with fashionable pleasuie seekers, but not overcrowded as bb tlie occasion of the previous coralnnation concert and; dance given by the lodge. Just the : right number wasipresent to be compatible with enthusiasm and comfort. The hall presented a gay scene, the gamut of colors being shown in the gowns of the women as they wave in wd out through the mazes of new and'-old dances. ; The concert nui^hcrs were.given alternately with' the rtaiice numbers and they afiorded a .xare treat. The corn-Imilitee arc to be coniraended for the selection of the-.talcnt. The artists included : Mrs. R; W. Lons and Miss A. 'Wright,' piaiilrtforte-duet : Mr. R. T. Bryranar, song ; Miss Bessie Hazel,^ solo ; Mr. E. (J. Hazell, song ; Ut'. S. J. Shepherd, reading ; Mrs. H. H. Johnson, ^olo ; Mr. George Fleming, song the selections being rendered in the fdregoing order. Mr. J. T. Graljam, master of ceremonies, took occasion to remark upon the object of-the entertainment. The information'he imparted made roiiiglit $1.95 buys a Man's $5.00 Sweater Coat Your choice of about 20 Sweater Coats tonight. Almost every .color Is represented here. Good . heavy weights, all pure wool- J* 1 QC � Regular vtfluds to $5.00 .�....... M� � WW 1 Men's ]^^^^^ Popular Line �  Clearance of-about four lines in Men's Pyjataas -flamiels'aad flannelettes in good .-.weights. Regular to $3.00 .......... .'^ I Men's Socks '  SO-'pairs- only of these fine qualities, all, wool Cashmere Hajf Hose to-r men, to' go on flj 4 AO . sale tonight. Black only.- 6 pairs for ^ I aUU Figured Denim - :Pretty dark green striped Denim, 3G Inches wide, lor sofa cushions, coach, covers, hangings, � )tc. Regular price 50e- .JaU Price. Per yard ........ 25a VJw'^Z ^J^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ Lethbridgc lodge nM...____,r o.,~..j �t rM,,j�ii>o. da IS heep keeping;iin harmqny very riiuch; with the. traditions of Free .Masonry. Nearlyij^U: the proceeds ol the dances are being, devoted to the fneral relief fund.|0'ut of every $1.50 at the male patrons pay, $1.25 is being given over to relief, the odd 25 The members ot the Board of; Trade � arc not satisfied with this � however^ ; jind intend to ask the Mayor to pro-' duce his figures at seme subsequent i meeting. '  The following statement w^s- submitted hy Mr. F.. W. Downer and overhead equipment along 6th i avenue south from. 5th .street to 13th ' street, which could pcasibly bo. oper^ - ated with.a single track-with;a turn-r � out between the points mentioned," and,also- along the - route frctn the Hudson's Bay corner east. along 2nd I Ave. to the 3rd Ave. m-terseotjon! which might be converted to single i track alsa ! By the removal of this amount -of unusetl trackage and relaw). towards , Hardiei^iUe froin the nortliem tfermin-j us using up also' the supply of equip-; meat Which is new in the city, st-ore^; 'department we avouM at once .have a j very important feeder to the'-^ Leth-': bridge inunicipalt railway au'd -at � a. vorv small cost, and at the. same -time, it would be tho commencement:,; of our radial system which in . the .n�ar future I hope to see extended .iiorth from Ilardieville to Diamond -; Chinook and Coalhurst. The work in connection ..with. th� removal of the rails-woukl-at once give work to our unemployed ^ in,, the city and at this time cont'd be done' .at very small cost and .the. grading^ liTom the loop north along. 13t;bstr4Et �roul-d be practically nil. '�� -  I I am .sure you will agree; with mei 'gentlemen, that bv the extending-of this railrcttd, it will add considerably to the welfare of this, oityj' eVerylihe of business will benetit from' -it the; minute the first/ through car./.puUs rate the city from Hardievillei;J'would respectfully ask that this, fbojird bring its influence to bear upon "the> city, commissioners, urging thgm. :|o a.t once formulate th-e-u; plaiii^vf with - a view of having this important,^uggBS:^' tiou put into force. ' .i-^; ; T; ; froshiiieiits being, served at midnight. Cline/s - four-piece orchestra furnished j the music. Clubs and Societies -,---_ 4-Tlie Art Needle-work Club will hiect on Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Roy, 20 Bryan Block. ^jrhe; annual meeting ot the Local eouiiril of Women willbe held in the! \iM;C.A. auditorium, Mon-day tliBj 18th at 8 p.m. The chief business will -be the election, of officers. All clubs and societies of women are cordially invited. . The Art Needle-work Club is cutting ,up a large" number of han-dker-..,^,, chiefs for the Rod Cross society, and City 'for this purpt^se all;'-;members of the ^ '' club arc requested t()*brlng\with them | Cretonnes and Art Sateens never , fost lews out 15c .Just 8 pieces in this lot-must be cloared tonight. 350 yards in all,- values up to 60e. Per i'ard ......................... Look tor tills Flannelette Special in tlie Dry Goods 1800 yards of 31 inch White Flannelette, 12i/4 ind 15c qu&lities; also colored striped Flannel-sttes, regular 12%c. For a leader tonight wo are jfferlng these, -while tliey last. '. 'Yards for ....................... 25g 6 Linen Sets Clearing at .153.85 Just 30 of these handsome Taible Cloth and Najikin Sots. Hemstitched, washed ready to use. Cloths are 8xl0x4 and Napkins % slaes. ; To, clear tonight, per set.. $3.85 Totciions, 5 yards for 10c Birly ,shoppers in the Dry Goods Section to-nighit catt'ibuy Torchon Insertions. 1% to 2 Inches .lyide.' Regular 5c grades- 1 Af% 5' yard's",iaf',,:..........................� I UG 'Wash Belts 5c VWash feelts; pretty white styles biickle; also a few red, tan and grey lines., I H,egular 25c ................. with pearl Suede 5c . > : Grocery Specials i JUICY orAnges--. 2-,I)ozen for,........................ 'OELICJOUS NEW FIGS- 3' Pkckets i foi- ,..,................... CHRISTIE'S BISCUITS-Regular 3Be ibcluding Elg Bar, Fruit, Assorted Sandwich and Codoanut .Bar. 2 pounds for.. A Quartette of Footwear Specials for '^Tonight Only" MEN'S PA,TENT BOOTS^Just an even half dozen pairs .of these blucher style button boots �for 6 early - purchasers tonl^ht-^ Ci9 OA Regular up to $5.50 ......9C�wU RAIN iRUBBERS-Just 16 pairs in clearance tonight- Regular $l.o0~ values................ this final 7ic LADIES' BLUCHER BOOTS-Well made boots for'ladles' wear, selected tan calf, very-dressy, and: neat etyle- C9 "VC �� Regular up to ?3.fi0 .. ........fO �:' MEN!S.QVERSHOES-12 pairs in this sale; one; buckle style; heavy quality shoes- $115 Regular $2;00 values Monday is a Sale Day .Yesterday .was pay day for many of the people of Lethbrtdge anct'-We realize that numerou* people vvlil hot have the opportunity, thfa week, to participate in this GreattClearance Sale. For the particular' benefit of theae people, we willaell on Monday. aM our January ;Sale merchandise aa preyioualy adVar-''-i^^ tised. dm I :h'avB read'with niteroat in the generous.concession made tjV tlie'gov- iiraw'iiig full pay ,and who pvobably front: for another S'fiisj is ;;a3, .it should -.lei fts it cn-' iragQ5."'tM"^yplu;itcer spirit .secten-1 t-o a cqVntrv ; which depends; upon ottii'.en .atmy tor protection. ;  ' Bftt I'-und-e-rataiid tlisro. is onu vorv ipient vboi^ pf .governmuiit emrloy-tljat;,-arQ;not partioipatiug; in tins Willie, service, will np*'see �-the year, ahro^igh no THE MASTER KEY tonight .9TARLAND t.;if^^^-^.-.^.^Ji^^'..y.5 Sus nature, l!hej*- ^ra': cojvtinually uh-er tlie sttiotBSt -dis?uj]i\ne,;,imdertak-mg;all.kinds-df riskS'ln thq.. performance of their-duties,'contmuilly in the- higliest. siato. jof- p0\ojency, and training, in f^ct, they.; jiavp practically left o-ne Sform - of active service for another, iri fhe defencfe>of .the Empire, and; I venture to say_ vth^t no body of man h^ve .Jeft;thB6'e' .shores, more fitted-for .the rigors ot * campaign thaft tl^eV.-jy^n jn^qui'^tlOh. "Their paypbjh^! you -can -probably enligh^p; me,,i jjiut if not, here surely iisisomftthmgft.^or.-thv ol the attention- of .the''.locaUWli' P.  . ' ^ - "This IS something tha**.anej;t6v4-a purely western orgawizatlon^-aWi''-;?4�, something is done by our* ^I.f * tDr.| these men, 1 am sure thit.if WillV.'jS^ deeply appreciated,by- all membersjof' the "Red Co^ited' Riders'^-ptC^th'e � .J, -a. WWtpIey- Is-^'the /pt&jif ment chief" whli> in Great Bj' CMsary haa.^OBl-uHempic SEAL COFFEE SATISFIES. VMltodi in on* two *na*kd Una only. CHASE & SANBORN I a pair ot sharp the meeting on' Monday afternoon,. .The i^rt aUd Literature section ot tho "Mathesis club meets at the homo of Mrs. A. J Irving, 412 .12th .St. 3 o'clock Monday afternoon in stea,d. of- Tuesday, 'evidence, but that -lie had been.. Brqm-is�d leniency. He .also \admltted/and alleged that Chief. Hill' had-.told'him that it he did not.- � swear--' vto^: the statement m the;- witness '-'hov.fc-he, (Heaton) was likely,,to-eBt;..*"rs...................... The Edmonton Chief, lie said,.'f.had'that, I>etectxve Kiomng of^'Gd] awful tor hmi, (Hill). ' ^ y^f. The convicted saf^Dlow^r,' an, on thestand -vdojitradicted'. item of the < evidence ,"6f Heafon. respect to the < charges �^in%t\^ Saskatoon'tletectivejs, bjit" used words sucli as ,x"My; God, Fr.ank, (ba