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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914 I CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store Phone 4S3 AcndiV Block 1 I i i r i r i i I I ii Thursilay-Friday-Sat'iiay A and Safe! Prices Tells i the Story in a Nutshell At no other time ire such so.wtlopme dur- ing the month ef November, wHen woipciyWith foresight are'.iupplyina their need, for the cold Waiter monthi-to-comer .present., varied: and satisfying asuort- mtntilnj bigger every instante the price, quoted for the next three days reflsct 3 decisive saving In the very merehandlis .most require. i i w I M if m I M i Specially Purchased Brassieres Regular and value Tha cheapest Brassiere ever offered In tills city and as good as any we have previously sold at and J1.26. Beautitully trimmed1 with flne embroidery, all sizes from -34- to -44, adjustaWa waist band; garments that are indispensable with the style o! corsets now in vogue. Every woman wanti one. yoiir- pppor- tunlty for a living. r _ V Three-Day Glove Sale 25c Regular 40c and 45c values ..Sjrtendtd Efcll weights that you need for pres- ent use itt Chamolsuedes, Cashrnerettes and Knit 'Goods, shown in colors black, white, navy, brown, grey and cardinal; every pair an exceptional three-day baream Edwin S. Savage Writes From France With British Ex- peditionary Force ARE TREATED LIKE KINGS Glcnwood, Nov. 4. Word has just been received from bd- win S. Savage of Glenwood, who is HOW in France, fighting with the Eng- lish army. The. following is an ex- tract from the letter sent to his aged father living here France, Oct. 1, 10H. "Am once more in a camp for a day or two so I can sit down and write a page to you. We are not al- lowed to put in a letter where we are or which way '.ve came, so I will leave that till I come home, and Uien 1-caii tell you lots. "We arc having a royal time up to now, going through the country. Peo- ple rush out and load us down with fruit; candy, cake, cigarettes, milk, tea, wine, 'and everything that 'one can think of. Then they ask us tor souvenirs, so we have to give them a badge, letters of our shoulder straps or even pull a button off our-coats. They prize these they will give us back souvenirs such as post cards and pendants. One lady gave me a locket for a button. "We are quite happy ami well. The weather up to has been is very New Coatings Worth up to 53.00 Newest Checks, Freizes anil Mackinaw Coatings including our entire stock w.orth. up to 53.00. IVew Wrappei'ettes me 1 Worth up to 35c Splendid weight cloth for JdmoruiB, -bath robes etc., in stripes, checks and plaids; aH colors. i r Sale" 'f i 356 R.iufarSOc value. Cashmeres in. plain and. rib-. to 10 Inches and ribbed woollen .hose from to 10 inches.'' Tweed Suitings Regular PuWweol goods, 54 inches wide, deep. rich, autumn color- ing, suitable for skirts, suits and! dresses.'- V- Union Suits Worth up to Finest pure wool, unshrink- able, In ladles' sizes, long or. short :sleeves, high or .low neck, exceptionally fine. Petticoat Sale Worth up to Silk Moreens, Silks and Sat- ins in the best dualities ever shown here, all in one (big clear- i, Newest Muff and Stole Sefs VVorth up to j Verj- smart, fashionable garments that are; a necessity when the cold weather comesrritnlws you have a firr. iMuch more dresay than cheap furs and much cheaper than the dressy; Kinds Imitations of Persian Lamb, ABtrachan and Elec- tric Sea! sr.d-Moleskin, Bilk beautifully finished with etc. Muf? and Cft Stole to' match, Three-Day Saile. A Special Sale Lot of Corsets Worth up to Several clearing lines on sale for the next three flays comprising odd sizes of various lota, bat. every included in the various' styles'from 18 to 27 These are some of tins most popular and best selling models of the season, else they would not be broken lots, hut tha time has come for absolute clearance and; opportunity .Is here, tomorrow. Saving Opportunities in Ready-to-Atyear of a Most Remarkable Character Three-Day Coat Sale Worth iip to Handsome and correct styles in Tweeds, Blanket Cloths, Chinchillas-etc. in a great variety of best colors, all sizes Irom 16 tp 44. AH wonderfully cheap for a quick actually lew than the miking alone "would coet you. Three-Day Dress Sale HalfPricef Regular to ;Values Silks, Crepes, Serges, Bedford Cords and novelties in a splendid range of styles, and every imaginable color. ,1 Thu U the most complete eteck of we ever hid to shew ind ire by far the lowest ever quoted grade Three-Day Mtirt Sale !J This sale includes oiir entlte stock of- hlcli trade Skirts without any reserve whatever. Setges, CbeMot', Plaids, ind Tweeffs ra navy, black and lighter mixtures. AH good ,f garments, going lit one price. Three-Day Suit Sale S16.75 up te i of any Suit In tho store worth up to 136 in Nayy Black Serges, also Tweedi tad WorstcJu'in, Medium and dark colors Sizes complete from 16 to 41. and there are styles every tMte. PI ADVT 0 .OA THE LA tLAKKL tU. Pkor453 _ THE LADIES' STORE Mrs. F. W, Downor, Westminster House, is receiving tomorrow. Mrs J. N. Kennedy, 1220 5th Ave. will receive on Friday afterncuu from 4 to (1 for the. first time since com- ing to Lothbridge, Mrs.' C. 13. Braitupw entertained the girls of hor% Sunday school at ,L.cr Ave., -last night. About were present and the evening was pleasantly spent in games, music and ;relreshtnents. Mrs. A. Griesbach, Edmonton, expects to leave 'lor England about November 9, sailing from New York on the of the month. Major Grlcsbaoli left with the first contin- 8ent- i- A pretty house wedding took place yesterday at 2.30 o'clock, when Miss .Margaret Norman, ol LetlihridEC, became the bride of Mr. Charles Burrows of Warner, at- the home of Robert Norman, 1217 8th Avc. A. S. The 'briile was assisted by Miss while Mr. Calliwell -supported t'hc groom. Fifteen guests were present, and af- ter the ceremony daintj- refreshments served.'The'.nuptial knot was tied by Rev. A.-C. Bryan, of St. church. The happy couple left for Spokane to spend their 'honeymoon, and after their return will reside at Warner. FERNIE RESERVIST WAS BOUND FOR HOME ,yiA GATEWAY Clubs arid Societies Fcrnie, Nov. Mackay, commanding officer of this district, from Nelson last night and is leaving for Victoria to- night. i Over S100 was realized at the feat- iirday night concert for the depart- ing volunteers. T JThis sum will he 'turned over to. one of the aid funds and will be usejl Jin support of those in seed of aid during the winter. The John Nitillck, being detained here because o! Ms failure to report to the 'juniorities, is said to have been on' the ivc of departure for daxy, when appJAcuded. He is being held by Chief liffivn in. the city jail awaitipg instructors as to his fu- ture- -a -eqsroc- -are ..-many .people ..whose actions .naturally, at- tract the attention of, the authorities who are on the Ifekput for 'any signs of disaffection. Hrbnipt action'is the only antidote'infSuch cages and it behooves people Irom foreign coun- tries to observe with the regu- lations for their conduct. SEND SOLDIER'S LETTERS Interesting K letters Irom v friends or relatives at the front are always gratefully accepted for publication by the Herald, and we would he pleased to re ceive them for publication m whole or in part. became the from warm minee to rteU Titality wd the.klooi u from lack of fren air. Scoll't Emaliion it a (reatest help to enrich and enliven the blood, create body-warmth inn build strength to Ktist pneumonia, raeumapim and tang nttnlh ati i Rtfan DRINK OR DRUG USERS Ask Your Doctor not the POISON of alcoholic liquors or narrotic drugs, retained in the sjstcm, that weakens ana para lyzes the nerves and orgfins of the and flnallv destroys mental, loral and ph-vsical MANHOOD The Neal Treatment 'removes the cause b> eliminaiing these poisons From the 9} stem, changes desire and craving into a loathing for liquor or drugs, overcomes tho diseased condi tion, "builds up" the system and re- stores health, itrength and real MAN- HOOD. We advise that-all patients spend a days at The 'Neal Institute, 'hut where this is impossible we guarantee that in any ORDINARY case of "drink habit" the Treatment be successfully taken AT HOME "over without home or neglecting an agree- ment to refund the price paid to any who is not mtfrely satisBed at the end ot the treatment For full infoimatlon call IT kddreu NBAL INSTITOTB, 310 Uth, All members ot the Women's Civic Clul) are asked to attend the meeting of 'the Local Council of Women in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium, Thursday own- ing at 8 o'clock. All the women ot Lethbridge, whe- ther members ot the affiliated soci- eties or not, are urged to attend the meeting of the Council of Wo- men at the Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The monthly meeting of the Indies' Aid of Knox church will be held to- morrow, Thursday, at 3 o'clock. A large attendance of ladies prepared for sewing is requested, as a consid- erable amount of finishing is required to complete tho. consignment lor the Red Cross. Reception committee, Mrs. Higlnbotham- and Mrs. Craig hos- tesses, Mrs. Hugh Scott, Mrs. C. McKilldp and Mrs.T Nichols. The Willard W. C. T. U. will hold a junior silver-medal contest in West- minster church in aifl of the Patri- otic Fund, next Tliesday. Report of Travellers' Aid for the month.spf October W( Young giflsrassisted 16 Positions found for 'girls A young -girl going to Spofc alone was placed in charge of a 1. having a daughter the same age.. An- other case was of a young girl who came to tie city from toe west alone, and found she had to wait overnight to go to Great Falls. She was cared for by the Aid for the night and placed in charge of a lady .-traveller going to Oreat Falls on (me same tram. The Travellers' Aid asked a: young girl at the station if she were meet- ing friends or going train She said she was going visit friends in Calgarv "Vext morning friends of the g'rl telephoned to inow il she had been seen going, on fche tram, as the) did not know she was leaving for Calgary Calgary friends were notified and "she was found M E CAMERON Travellers' Aid Following is the, report for the Gait Hospital for the month of Oc- tober, 19H Numher o( patients in hospital beginning of month. Admittances durmg month 57 Transients admitted during the month Numher o! patients 'discharged during month 5( during the ttionth Number ot patients in hospital at end of month 34 Transients discharged during the month 3 94 Lowest number during month 32 Highest number during month Daily average during month 38.6 Number of hospital days for private patients 204 Nurobei of hospital days for ward patiihis (free) S09 Number qf hospital for patients (paying) 685 Total number ol hospital days for the month 1198 Number of operations under gen eral anaesthesia Number of operations under loc- al or no anaestbcsi- 3 Numher of parents treated in outdoor department 6 Number of dressings and, treat- in outdoor.department.. 22 Number of hospital ambulance calls 8 The hospital wibhcs to acknowledge with thanks, the follow mg cottabu- ticnfa di ring the month Mr. CobWcdick and Mr. H. MacbctSi. 1 case peaches, Sicasea and 10 of Hospital LadiM A, FORGlE, Jl N., Lady Sapt. WILL WED, THEN QO TO WAR London, Nov. Wor- maid, pf the Royal Artillery, shortly bo proeaedlni on active eemce, to Amy Ma'iarat danifeter of Vn tale Dr Honey o Member for Sale News For Thursday at the Popular Shopping Place the Hudson's Bay Store Money Will go a Long Way This Week End in House Furnishings Brussels Rugs at Clearing Prices D-on in the Rug Section this week-end and see these Brussels Rugs 1? or' In tan grounds and green grounds, mostly small figures, neat designs, good heavy, quality imported English Brussels JIB 7K i Size Regular Sale Price Size Regular Sale Price Size 9x9. Regular Sale Price Brussels Stair Carpet, Price New designs in tan and green effects. 27' inches wide. "7Kn Regular Sale Price Iww.- Week End Prices From the Busy Dry Goods Section Buys a Man's Sweater .Men's Sweaters in all.good shades, also a lev.- in combination effects. Sizes up. to 44. Smart roll C< OQ Regular T Men's Flannel Shirts The ideal Winter shirt. Imported Flannel Shirts for men; collar attached. clear patterns. Sizns l-fi to 17 QQft Regular W W Men's Shoes Just 'Men's Box Calf Gunmetal; Tan Gait BlMber and Tan Calf Button Boots, 25 pairs 'in all. Every ff 9 CQ Values to 55-50............................... Misses' Birtton'Boots Misses' Tail Calf Button Boots, smart style with It 4 QA cloth tops. Sizes. 10 to Itt. Regular ?2.7S line I Flannelette Blankets Big double toed size Flannelette Blankets, cut separ J< C.J ate, with blue or pink (borders, size 6Sx86 I Size These Blankets White dapble Eiderdown 'Blankets, No. 1- qualitj withered ed border, 60x80, whipped edges. Cozy and comfortable J4.50 Comforts to Clear Very fine Eiderdown Comforts, not many in this lot Size all excellent value.at Just Sale of Frilling 3000 yards plain and fancy colored Frillings. Regular valuet up to 75q yard. Divided into two prices for easy selling tomorrow. 25c aiui, per yard.................. Boys' Hosiery Special Boys' All Wool Double Yam Rmt Hose in black only, size 6 to 10 Ven strong and good appearance. 35c values OCjJ on sale at fcwlf Boys' and Girls' Hosiery Girls' and -Boys! Ribbed ribbed, all Girls' and -Boys' Ribbed Cashmere Hose in black, 4 (1A 3 pairg for. 9 Ladies' Night Gowns 85c 24''of these Flannelette Night Gowns, white and, pink. Long sleevea style, fastens down the 85fi values for wwv Flannelette Drawers 30c 4ao lines in Ladies Ilannelette Drawers for 30c. Striped -design good Quality, open and scalloped frills SET OHE OF OUR CIRCULLARS FOR FUR SALE HBRE ON SATURDAY. WATCH FRIDAY NIGHT'S PAPER FOR PARTICULARS. Specials from the "Quality First" GROCERY SECTION .'18c 1 tin Bggo Baking Powder Free 23c with each order of Flour S cans Tomatoes t1M YOUR CUPBOARD NEEDS HERE AND SAVE MONEY Wrth every 1200 Grocery Order a Sack of Cheese, per_lb Swifts Hafts! per Ib Fresh-Cretniery Butti 3 Ibs for 20 Its Sugar 3 Ibs Lard 5 Lard' 10 tbs Lard 7ac 49 It) sack Seal of Quality Flour for 76 Apples, li Ibs for .....SSe 1 can Clover Lest Salmon. Sunlight and LitoDuoy jii ror Monk ft Otass Potatoes, 18 Ibs for 11.00 .....tic HUDSON'S BAY CO. OF IID-5 London, Nov British iub- marine n-5 sunk In North ea earls yesterday, morning by a which yas thrown by a retreating before the British ruiiett Two and two men 01 the sub- marine were laVed This information is contained in an report here last night Ttie report says a Oarown squad- tlttt on the British gunbont eon, which was piti oiling, wounding eno mati "Various naval rnoromfjnts- were tho report continues, 'as a re- lult of which the Germans rapidly1, and althouah the HgM cruisers, ther ouldrat bronghl into action ThelreariBWM of nines, and the submarine sunk by one ot these D-6, which was built In 1911, was feet long She had a speed of T5 knots above the water and 10 submerged ;