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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, t'JH THE LET'H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE UUSf Specialist in ConeU, Hosiery and Underwear Tomorrow We Will Feature n Merchandise "CANADIAN PRODUCTS FOR CANADIAN be jhe Blogun to which wo nll'must and when we do thin .it-will bring a wonderful development to tills country. Start the good work at once. Buy "Made-in-Canada" Merchandise such as fea- tured at Ilylands tomorrow. You will -benefit yourself, the manu- facturer, and ourselves. Princess Coats" Made in Canada The Coats that have taken the Canadian trade by storm. They are exact duplicates of the host coats made in America, made by skill- ed Canadian workmen In Canada's largest workshlp. Special value for Tomorrow only: RgDINOOTE only of these popular American coats; tight fitting basque effect, val- ue's up to C 4 Q A A sate at I O.UU CAPE COATS 5 only new mili- tary Cape Coats, navy and fancy mixtures, regular J22.00 values VELVET COATS lined with fancy satin lining, only four left of these, dressy coats on BALMACAAN COATS with English sleeves, loose .pare fiklrtB, new cloths and colors. Values up to ft 4 4 CA on sale at 9 I 5.0U "Smart Set" Coats For Girls Toronto, and at a price that is suitable to the times. This season we did not foriiet times were hard and you will he able to buy the girl a coat very reasonable. CHILDREN'S COATS madefrom SIRLS' 76 coats Curl Cloths, Bearskin Cloth and now In stock, parked for quick Blanket Cloths, A A clearance starting as low w, Start at 3 Lines of Canadian Underwear When you buy Underwear at Eylando you have the choice of the largest, stock In Southern Alberta. We feature Watson's, Turn- bull's, Stantield's, Peerless and Tiger Brand, all mado in Canada from finest Canadian wool yarn. VESTS AND DRAWERS S. Sleeve Vesta 75c to Regular Vesta 35c to 52.50 Low Neck 75c to Drawers from 35c to.jl.25 COMBINATIONS For children ..'SSc't'o I1JO' .3. knee, length. up Regular style from J1.25. Drop seat style D. A. Corsets Made in Quebec Made la. .one of the world's largest corset factories, a .credit to made possible. for made oorstlt.. Here are; a few Specials from a large stock: Nurjlnj .51.50 up Regular. Maternity Corsets up Athelectlc moaols up Girls' Corset Waists ____ .50c up "Lace Fronts" >t J2.SO Empress Shoes For Canadian Women The ibest wearing and easiest fitting Ladles' Shoe "made In Can- for over twenty perei is -a Saturday 'bargain: for shoes that sold at high from Patent, Gun- metal -and other Sizct to win- dow display.' Crepe Waists Another'hew lot oi dainty''Voile antf Silk' Waists, showing the ;new basque "and othergstyleji; 'iUlk .Grope 'Watajf in jSite, pink'and new sbaSes In blub at-JB.W. Also qthor. etyies Cft as lowv'is........... .S.. ..f....'..: i...: Penman's Hosiery Wonderful Values We feature Penman's Hosiery Secauee It it niads properly from the finest of Cashmere Yams. Not a seam from.toe to fashioned and elastic tops. 1000 pairs now in stock in regular and outslzes. 35c, 4oc, 50c, 60c, 75c a pair Blankets From Best Canadian Wool Soft; fleecy All Wool grey, and white, Point Blankets in tan, green, white, blue and other shades. Good values'at _- ---.0 up to a pair Winter Style Book With FREE Patterns The New Style Books came ia yesterday. They are exceptionally good: this quarter and are illustrated styjeij in Coatti, Children's >in .'addition to tile styles pages in -Wo etc., for Uie holiday. This portfolio'with' any pat- tern, on sale at' The Busy Store A jolly party of friends mado merry at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. A. h. smith last evening by way ol u lousowarming in tiioir new residence, corner 4th Ave. and lath St. S. Mrs. Dt. Bryan, of Unrmansay, is (siting her mother, Mrs. ShouUice, 1313 6th Avc.. S. Miss Katherlnc Mcl'hce, 515 Oth St., entertained a number Iriomls ast evening. A jolly evening was spent in cards and dancing till an early hour. Miss has returned irom ihe ljacific Coast, where she hns so- ourneii for the last six months ior ,ho benefit of licr health. Her friends will l.e pleased to know she is much improved. Arthur Stringer, the author, was married Monday to a cousin, Miss Margaret Stringer, at the home 'of ;he bride's uncle, George Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Stringer line [or California on a honeymoan trip. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, has received an invita- tion irom the Sk Andrew's Society ot Chicago to speak at the annual dinner oi the society in that city on S'ovember 30th. Mrs. Charles McKillop, of Leth- jridgc, is the guest ot Mrs. D. C. Oolcman, Calgary. Ml'. J. A. Rosftwarn, of the Imper- ial Bank staff, has been transferred to Michel, B. C. VANCOUVER SUPERINTEND- ENTC. P. R. LANDS SHOT Seattle, Wash., Nov. S. Nlchoi, superintendent of the loud department of the C. P. R. Vancouver, was found dead at Port 'Mellen, on. Howe Sound last night with a shot gun -wound through the .head, t is wound through the head. It is not known how the accident oc- curred. OALICIAN SUICIDED Winnipeg, .Nov. S.-rMfko Frnnkow- ikf, aged 26, a Qa'iloian, threw gelf under a -Winnipeg electric car this morning a-nd wan ground to piec- e's. He was facing trial .at theisif- ting asslsea on a charge of theft, and was out on hall and walking with hit bondsmen when he suicided. 4> FIRE AT SIA IN m TREYOV HEARTS MONDAY STAHLANO ROOMACHER ACQUITTED Medicine Hat; Nov. second of thftj-trio jccundiof araon as a Dun.- inore hotel last :june, ip trial today. He is alleged to ma4o state- ments of tar the fire that the fire .to Jilact at night In- stead of In acquit- tad list trial. It was Smith's'fint Sunday a> usher In church, and he was a bit fhistcred. Turning to a lady who hs I'll sew you into a- ;'Tran- i, fn tfie hotel 'hough a straitger to nw, .y.our fooe items fa- Biver -on 5 rift, haying all my rola. wrecked In a storm and 1 had to swim ashore, with a fprty.pound catfish tow. I traded the Hth for a week's board, put an ad in the 'Lost' recovered ray wrecked raft and stuttd a lumber Constitution, Clubs and Societies Those who enjoyed so much the last dance organized by Lethbritlge Lodge No. 30, A.F. A.M., will he glad to know that lodge intends to held another dance on Friday next, Novem- ber 13. Invitations will be issued to- morrow. The members of the Women's Civic club wish to thank all those who iffilped to make' thcar card party and dance on October 2Gth, such'an over- whelming success. A total oi was realized, and all o! this is to be devoted to local relici. The. prizes given For whist and five hundred were given by Mrs. Highy and Mrs. Bur- nett. The prize for the cultivation of va- cant lots, given by Mr. F. W. Down- er, has been awarded to John Craig, on lot 620 8th street south. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Cy- prian's church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2.39 in the Parish hall. The Semper Fidclis class met at Westminster church on Thursday ev- ening and had a very, good (time. About thirty were present. The Knox Ladies' Aid hold thoir regular business meeting yesterday afternoon. It was reported that; had been collected through the systematic giving campaign, and a fine consignment of articles for the Red Cross was received. A fine at- tentlahce .was recorded. -r :i V i Christian Women's Board rof members krs urged to he present.'" The Ladies' AW of St. Andrew's will hold their annual in Burgmahn's hall on Npv. 24.' Paris, Nov. French last night declared that "a state of war exists between .France andr according to the Bordeaui cprresi pondent oi the Hayas He says that the foreign office issued the note acts of the-' Turkish fleet against a French steamer, caus- ing the of' two Frenchmen and serious damage to the ship, not hav- ing been followed by the dismissal of German naval-military the disposition whereby Turkey could disclaim responsibility, the govern- ment ol this republic is obliged to stitt that as a result of the action of the Ottoman government, a of war exists between France and Turkey." Please notice MR. ALLISON, Photographer recovered from at- tack ef tyaheld fever and will be at the Studio in the Bal- moral Block, Street, the Beginning of next week. 'Theee wlehjng to make ap. pointmenti may do to today. Announcing the Greatest Sale Event of the Year COMMENCES TOMORROW AND CONTINUES FOR SEVEN DAYS The unparalleled bargains we are offering iu the Keady-to-Wear Section., during this great Fur Sale, will create the sensation of the season. dollars' worth of Hudson's Bay Company's High Grade Furs clearing out regardless of former prices. See the display in the window. If you are planning to buy a set for this season, this is your op- portunity. Come nnd inspect our stock. Space does not permit mention of all our lines. Remember the and continuing until Saturday .Hudson's Bay Furs are world renowned for quality; the Furs are all very smart in cut and finish; the linings are best quality satins in harmonizing colors. There are Fur Sets and Separate Muffs and Stoles also a great range of Fur Coats. Following are a few of the items: PERSIAN LAMB Smart pillow style, very chic. Regular ?50.00. Sale Price 'VU rtft Rfl Sale Price................ 4 SEAL OTTER storm collars, large lap- els, turnedi'up cuff, 50 inches long. Regular S8S.OO CCC AA Sale. 6 MUFFS IN AUSTRALIAN GREY Regular Sale Price......................... COON Muff, wide throw Scarf. Regular gaie price 2 PERSIAN PAW Muffs and Regular Sale Price 2 PERSIAN PAW Muffs and Throw 9ti Scar's. Repilar SUe Prtee I BEARER style. Reg. CA Sale BEAVER style. Regular Sale MUSKRAT with 6 tolls- Regular 516.00. Sale Price 3 MUSKRAT Sale MUSKRAT style, mutt and throw style scarf. Regular Sale Price 10 OTTER Cord Regular Sale PERSIAN LAMB SHAPED STOLE, a decidedly handaome style. Regular Sale Price...... HUDSON'S SEAL PILLOW MUFF, messallne C1Q TC silk lined, shirred ends. Heg. Sale Price.. 9 I Of I HUDSON'S SEAL SHAPED STOLE, finished with i beautiful cord ornaments. Heg. .Sate Price..... MINK Tfith tails and paws, 4 A AA pillow style. Regular Sale Price........ 9 lVm9Q JAP MINK pillow style, well CO7 Kfl Wended furs. Regular Sale Price......... FANCY JAP MINK STOLE, trimmed with tails and heads. Regular Sale Price----........ MINK. lined and trimmed with tails and paws. Regular {150.00. Sale Price....... NATURAL CIVET PILLOW MUFF. Regular 1 Q RA Sale Price 9 l9m9V 'NATURAL CIVET THROW SCARF. Reg. COQ 7C Sale Price I W 3 MOLE SKIN Muff, throw Scarf Regular Sale Price BLACK FOX C9R fift Sale Price BLACK FOX LARGE FANCY STOLE in lovely