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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta The Store To Its Capacity On Wedne [.rdr'tMiis'ou I ho yollow (lodgers lefi m your door. __________ ___________________r i rf Merchandise on Sale The Sale Continues for Eight Days More. Extra Salespeople and Extra Selling Space makes it convenient and pleasant to shop at this bale. .Nearly Customers were served the opening day of our Big Alteration Sale. Yellow Sale Bulletins are being distributed to every house in this City. We are discontinuing the Shoe Business, and offer you Ladies' and Children's Shoes at less than factory prices. Extensive alterations to our store have held up business for the past month-we must clear away the surplus stock accumulated-hence this big Alteration Sale, with January prices at the beginning of the Season. For Our in cirts. Empress Shoes for Women. New Serge Skirts. Values up to fti.OO. Q [J on sale as low Classic and Eclipse Shoes. For Children. Yal- Aft to for 12 yards of 15c Flannelette Onsa, 10 up to li years. Ladies' Combinations. for Watson's or Turn- (M 1Q bull's for 2CO Ladies'Vests Voile and Vesting Waists. Fall weight fnr 31.00 Velvet Corduroys 69c Girts' Cloth Coats T5c and 85c Silk Stockings. On sale for Wool Dress Materials Vp to 51.00 a yard CO for................. 3J Cloth Coats up to 520.00. 72 inch Bleached Plain On sale as low Only Goods of the very BEST GRADES are offered at this Sale, notwithstanding the ridiculously low prices. Such STANDARD Lines as Watson's Under- wear, D. A. Corsets, Empress Shoes, Penman s Hosiery at the prices quoted on our Big bale Bills are REAL BARGAINS. The Sale Prices on Princess Coats, Wintex Coats, Salts Plush Coats, are fully 25 per cent, lower than you can buy similar lines elsewhere. We have on our Bargain Tables at the present time over worth of High-grade Hosiery and Underwear that was bought at the Big Stobart bale m Winnipeg last February. These we are ottering TO YOU AT LESS than we or any other mer- chants can buy them, for today. These Are Only a Sample of What We Real Cut-Price Bargains Eve on Our Daily Sale Advertisements From 10 to 35 cent On All Lines 10'Day Alteration Sale RYLAN CONDUCTING A REAL CUT-PRICE SALE Co 10 Day Alteration Sale nJNICE WHITE LOAVES! Underwear SLIPPING into a suit of Penman's is satisfying-----the ma- terial feels you feel good about it, be- cause vou know as far as underwear is con- cerned you are. follow- ing the precedent of our best dressed women. All styles, all weight :ili right. CovnxuF.n Fimir FfiOXT i'AGTO publicans many of the so-called doubt- ful States. His list follows: Cali- fornia Connecticut Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas. Maine, .Massachusetts. conclusively" to Ilie Wilson. i IIr. Dickinson said that .Mr. Hughes I speeches had not strengthened hi; candidacy, ami that the course out-; lined by the Republican nominee in: regard to the Ulsitania might have j o-'ide 'Gets Wilson a Vote j York, Nov. Janet K! i Rhode Island, South Dakota. Vermont. Washington, Wisconsin, air.li a' n Wyoming. Mr. Warren did not even when he included In diana, and Ohio in his list of Repuu- lican States. The Hughes Alliance gave out a statement that Hughes was leading Wilson by more than 2VJ to 1 in a poll in California, and that other statistics j reported to the alliance indicated that 'only G per cent, of the Roosevelt of 1312 would go to Wilson this year.! General Bird W. Spencer. President of the New Jersey Hughes wrote in th'at Hughes would carry .Mr. New York. Nov. 1. With coal retailing as lush as per ton in some parts of the v city X'ew Yorkers face the JIOB- sibjiily of having, before long, to pay the record nrice iVr the v strike' days of 19lf-'. which was I'JO.Oli per ton. The September 1 price for domestic size coal was per ton. will carry the slate by aliont and tliat the republican candidates for In California Mis.. vote and by coming to New York- sue loses her vote. She had intended to cast a ballot for Wilson, and before rmiseiitin" to be married at this time exacted a promise from her fi- to vote as she, would instruct Princeton Men For Hughes iw York, Oct. Hushes For Wilson G51. lis is the result of a noll-partizan of Princeton alumni taken by a and senator. Whiti-Vn raider, will be elected. Ryan Sure Wilson Will Win Richmond. Va.. Nov. 1. Thomas Fortune Ryan arrived here today from an extensive tour of the West, bring- ing observations from California to the effect that that state will give Woodrow Wilspn a substantial vote i despite its republican strength. Mr. Ryan said that he entertained One of the Icsts of a good bread bak- er is to bake big, close-textured loaves, and. at the same'time, produce a bods of clean, creamy-white appearance. When bread turns out a dull or darK- isli color the chances are, cheap infer- ior flour has been used In which arc particles of dust, fluff or lint. As it is impossible to see these in the flour w'th the naked eye when buying, the experienced housewife takes no chalic- es She tells her grocer most emphat- ically to send around Ogilvie's Royal I Household Flour. This high-grade, pure, uniform Hour makes clean, creamy-white loaves of Oh such delicious flavor, and is full of the food value so necessary to build brain and brawn. Cathedral, was cramming, and needed Direct Service Montreal to Glasgow, via the DONALDSON LINE CASSANDRA...........Mov. 7 ATHEN1A Nov. 21 Tickets from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. it may be stated here that he has Catnecirai, was ennimuno, unu given over a million dollars towardu repairing To think was to act improvement of the Irish capital. MI ivm-l- was strateht-av put In hand.' a result where once stood shims aim, Co. j now series of plain but com- him the of Thus marked father has been dc- scribed as 0.10 of Fortune's favorites, but he is a man who regards his for ad the commencement or a hundred doubt ot the re-election of Mr. Wilson. il one similar philanthropic schemes There are enough 'hghes National College "league. The 'tlc and housing schemes having all bcnefitted from his generosity, and tune merely as an end to do others. ood to NOT GUILTY Galveston, Tex., Nov. Cope- land charged with the killing or Wil- liam' Black, an anti-Catholic lecturer, was found not guilty by a jury in the, district court here early today. I STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils j Believes Head-Colds at Once. j If your nostrils are clogged and your head ie stuffed and you can't.breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, just get a small hottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug store. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through, every air passage of your head, soothing and healing the in- flamed, swollen mucous membrane and you get instant relief. how uood it feels. Your nos- CONTINUED FROM PAGB) A-fter an illness of some ll'.nl'is lire. George Warren, wife of Hie Viv.i Archdeacon George Warren, cllcil M Toronto. be P.ock Island System, came out yes- terday with a strong indorsement of Wilson. Indications, he said, pointed strongly and "almost to a soldier. This amount, togethe with postage from Canada, would cos 'nearly Jl.OO, so that by means of th fund'one dollar will do the work o four. This means that last night' collections will supply about 400 so idlers with. one.week's supply of to- Mr Jones also pointed out that the people all over Canada are very ready to subscribe to the'fund, but the trou- ble had been to keep the matter be- fore them so that they would think about it often enough. However, in Icthbridge. he believed Uiere had been formed a good live organization, which with the help of the newspap- ers would keep a steady stream of i tobacco going from here to the boys 1C trenches. le collections taken up at the Now York, Nov. Rlckard, bettini: commissioner, announced last night "that he had bet more than 000 for clients that Wilson would carry Ohio. He said this -included sent to him by a Republican newspaper owner in Ohio, who was newspaper owner in unio, -vuu convinced the president would carry which won the Ladies' Pla_te at. licn- that state. New York State For Hughes WHICH won ley and the Diamond (1835) and the Diamond and Wingfichi (1806) stand lo his credit as a sculler par excel- "shows that the best democratic tick- et can expect to do in the greater city s to give the president a majority of The same analysis shows that .Mr. Huplies will come down to Ihe, Bronx with at least votes. The! result, according to the Tammany .iseacros. shows that Wilr.on will get ..r, per cent of tiir. total vote in (Ircat- er New York, Hiigius 12 per com1, lip- state Hughes is conceded per cent, and Wilson i'2 per cent." On this basis Tammany calculated iccordlng to tho Sun, that Hughes two years. After cont ing Haggersloli in 1910. he re turned unopposed for S. B. .Has also been a member o that lar c Influential body known as the L.C. The name o Guinness has long b.een associated will, great acts of phi an tbropv in fact, over since tne tuiu Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness amassed EO much wealth for the Guinness fam ily A instance'of his goner osl'ly may be cited. Strolling through I Dublin one day Sir Benjamin that that grand old pile, St. Patricks- Clean, bright uten- sils mean clean ap- petizing Old Dutch >'8POdte< ;