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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FIIIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 19 J 5 THE LETHBRIDGE D A I.L t 'JTBH At'D PAGE NINE MILLINERY SALE This Salo in Trhmnod UnUI 'ili'X'ember Isl; 1 Lot: Trimmed JIats I'rom (o 1 Lot Trimmed Hals from to ijvJ.UU 1 Lots Trimmed ILits from fjvJ.OO to .154.00 Lethbridfie Millinery Co. I'UOMK -Jo7 A. SCOTT, MANAUEII PHONE 1224 "London, in Serltia Tins been, "far" more dcMpurale Llian in uny fonner Balkan .war, according to telegrams from the Bulffarlan front received at Budapest by way of Sofia, find forwarded by Ilia correspondent, oC Iho M. lUointchilow, president of Lhe Sobrunje, Las Just raLurn- cid from, thei front, is quoted as say- iije: nil Serbian towns and nven In tile trenchbs, bur soldiers found ivo- irien, children and old men who had teen trained as bomb-throw era, and wlio scneraljy were quite expert. Tho ppuulitUon Is-luking n. large share in the Fighting', ajid is even more des- perate limn the soldiers. "There wns not one Serhinn village ivliicli Bulgarian soldiers except they "were not received with ftombs and hari'd grenade.1) from the hands of the population. Great num'borB of bombs -were found in almost every Serbian, house. In majiy cases the Bulgarians wero obliged to annhllata villages, the residents of-which, after apparently having surrendered, threw- bombs 'into the streets at the Koldlers. Even Serbian officers fre- quently burled bombs into the faces of their captors. la tho civil population -has not taken any part iu'-tho fighting." SPECIAL FOK CHILDREN. Matinee gt M A J E-ST1 G SATURDAY AFTERNOON Let -the Kiddies See 'HIE KOMTONIANB "T1PPERARY MARY-- CHILDREN 1Sc Xo'v. fai- rings Its additions to the number of of fere from-those anxious to raise bat- taliona for sen-ice-at tho front Major H. Laird of Retina offers complete divisional army service corps, fully trained. Col. Scoble of St. Catharines offers to raise half the We'iland county regi- ment in St. Catharlneb aud. district. Col. Baxter of the 37th HaJdliuand through V. R. Lalor, JU.R. announces hie desire LO raise a regi- ment in ITaldiirinnd county. H. B, Hlorphy, M.P., offers a full regiment from Perth Md Stratford. The Irish Fusiliers. oC Vancouver Mr. A. Kiiuniltrs left, I'aHt -ivlRht on ;i short trip to Winnipeg. Mr. Humid Ilinni in leaving Utnior- row for Kiigland, where lit will in'. future reside. li i Tho Arl Nccdlowork t'lub will mud v.-itii -Mrs. Win. ScoU. 1215, :ltb; Aye., south on .Monday aflcrmion. Miss fifacr- Slrachan lias rctunicd Jioin-c visiting Mrs. .Jopn'in-Oal-f :ary" The First. Aid class, oi- which Miss .Mildred is sriir.uiy, will 1L loiTuiruuu: nigliL ;it H o'clock in Llii; V.M.C.A. j Mrs. Hnards is holding u sale of fann noveltius tomorrow in room 1 u, Hull block. TiviMily cent, oi; the- prorcrds will bn lo the: I'. Mr. and Mis.'Albert Prohert of Grassy Lala-, announce! the Approach-, -oi to Mr. Persons, wiin'h will talte place in St. Lukn's church, ffrnssy Wed- i ncsdayi November 10th. TREMENDOUS have olYerRd to talion. The ralso a secoud bat- FpY Hie protection of X-ray opera- t tors, garments made of silk, heavily jntQCt ft impregnated with lead, have been In- vented in France. NO ALUM READ THE LABELHrSsp! to be tho pure it and beet baking-powder that duco. Hon. Prank ConWane.hared full, reglmeoit from Sudbury. ..Major D- A. MoKlunon of Ivee Point battery, has -heen suggestedf rut the command- er ot the now battalion to-be raised In Prince: Edward 'island, Announcement is uiiidc of mar- riage of Miss Anna M. LJanncrinaii, tlaugliLcr of Mr. and Mrs. .A. Baiincr- man, West Monk ton, Ontario, and Mr, Willarrl DUIUMII Sorcnson, M.D. formerly of Lcault, Alberta. Tho wcddinM; look- plaL-c laat wcrk at Win- nipeg, Man. -The young coujiie: he "at home" after December Che "first, at Ledger Ion, Alberta. .Mrs. G. W. Jlobinsoii, Mrs, L. ff. ami Mr. W. A. Buchanan, went lo Ilai'dicvillc .scjino] ;this niotn-' ing ami presented thr pupils with a contribution box en leliali of the Daugliicrs of the TOmpiic. The -pupils, arc cncouragefl to save their pennies and place them in Lliis b'ox, the con-' tents oi which are counted once a month the money being rxprnritri.'on- wool-for soldiers' socks. -The marriage was quietly nizcd- yesterday, -aL the DallasC Hotel, in the presence "of a few immediate i-elativr-s, of Miss Milliam Opal Lund- grcn of Pendant d'.Oreillc, Alta., and .t, ot Avon- 'bblcdick of- A Special Chicken Dinner Will be Served From 5.30 to 7 p.m. on Saturday Consider Fairly Theses Money-saving Values froni the Men's .Men'f SofL Flannelette Pyjamas, iigsorLnionr.' 41 fjff> values to ?2.00.. Special Men's Soft Felt Ffats, dark and 'brown; a (iue Off, H Hals. Special ouly S fi fj For the Boys Roys' Tweed and ''Woretcti Suits, also navy and blue serges; a neai 'range of these suits to clear eft at per suit Values that Overtop them all f roriTthe Dry Goods Section inch MUM ri JUUJjpn pmlt concnliiLRfii, lirbwn, re- md dirk r-Ul easily beud revsrftblB braclrel.sf, extending from HlJto'tl fepecial for ice each, 15c and Teapots, in gpond assorted ees, eacir e Jf ,f; tfK tSX i, 55c Powerful Inducements to Shop Our Ladies' Ready-Jto-JVeaf n .flannol -LadioV and ilisscs' Middles in po'plin.; colors' navy, cardinal, black atf good range' of Sueelal prices. S1.75 to jP 'Cbilili.'fn's -Flannelette Night Gowhs-ln white.' and years; rcsular SI .25 Sleepers, fleece lined, ualui-a] coipr, sizesO Special only NnrsGs' TJaiEorniB In' fine quality iindn, Sizes' 34 to.'' Special igMore Specials in the Dry- Goodfe Section for p'altem, Friday and Saturday per yard aria" panels'aBd air fine niercerisod satepn in ntlldesign., ;.Sjzes tfl niy a'od Saturday.- ;'.V GREAS lAWAGE SALE Groceries ami Provisions that were'very iii. our Warehouse Fire arc ,sold at linmcjise reductions, although the dlnugp is haiilh notireahic ICAV Ueins .lie lioiied below: TETLEY FAMOUS U. per pound 39C Totley's'.Japan (g-reen) poi pound 29C ,Tolley's Coylon' (green) ppi pound 29C ITiing-nnan Soal of Qufllily Flour.. MI 1 assorted 5ths 69C assorted olb5; 79C ench 25C loi Stlf Bex l Snip fm trold imicd pei tin Roraiu 2 x ]ici pkl PirkU s issoiU d LI Iiollk Pi pound I tpoialed Puim s ]JCJ poiuirl pvipomUd Piited ijioi ited poi being ineii- 5c 1 3c 5c 9c 10c 19c lie 96 lie lie BE HERE S.30 FOR I HE BIG BARGAINS Watch For Our Interesting Ann Cnrrlpti pigeons.nre.ii! iBed ln''u rifeM'on a coi cona "us tlie'y arc beln; by praiKlcttlly alJ- iiayn Pii-inrc, jijio'ws verlcd moior-.biw." A BHUln usnd for imfposes in (tjft SlRJcfety's acrVftti." oris Bay ;