Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1010 PACE Buy Your Cold Weather Requirement At RYLANDS' "CUT PRICE" Alteration Sale T'l-IE reason this sale has heeen such a great succss .s bo- cause we give the people what they want, when they want it. At prices less than Ihey arc accustomed to piiyniv; for it elsewhere. We are goiug lo exec! all previous efl'orls for the balance oC this week. Ladies Vests and Drawers The largest stock of underwear in the city to choose from. Special low price for the balance of this sale. Wat- son's, Peerless, Stanflelds at 10 to 35 per cent. off. Values as High as On Sale. 29c. 49c. 69c. Ladies Winter Combinations Nearly every kind of combinations made for women will be included in this big Alteration Bale. All standard lines on sale for Tuesday and Wednesday. Valuei it High as On Sale at 75c. Childrens Warm Underwear Now ift the time to, keep the kiddies warm and now Is the time to save money on all Kinds of children's under- wear. Come down, tomorrow. Watson's white or Natural Wool and' wool mixture vests or drawers. IS to 32 sizes. 35c to 95c Drawers Same qualities in drawers to match the vests. Size ]8 to 32 sizes in all lines. 35c to 95c Coiub'us Made by Watson's and also Velva Combinations for the girls. All sizes to 14 years. 75c Wo arc doing u wonderful business In our new Ready- to-Woar Department While; if is not completed as yet, the added room gives you a nluincu to select your coat or suit from the LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY. Tomorrow we will show 100 Tweed Coats. Home arriving only this morning. At prices like these. Coats Worth Up to Di- vided into 3 Sale Lots Tuesday 100 Coats for Girls, on Sale For The Next Five Days Bought at an opportune time and sold to you at prices that cannot he equalled in this city. coat new thn past month. Coats to fit. All sizes. Materials and curl cloths, Zibelines, Cheviots and Chinchillas. V Oil can SHVO from M :'.f> per i-cnl. ..n nil your winer 1 at Lliis siilc. So "Inisli" as sonic- would have you klievo, boc.tnsr lie Prices arc so low. hut numJmiiilisr such as IVimiim's Hosiery, Watson's lliiderwear. Princess Coals, Lady (iordon cs, elf. Why pay others moroT Have that (lil'fertMicc. Special Prices on Blankets Here is we cull save yon the blankets we are selling were bought at I wo years aco prices. Lovely wool anil wool nap blankets. Law sizes in grey or white at up (o .95 .95 .00 Rylands' Big Alteration Sale Is On All This Week Comforters Bargains Tomorow Our new shorn' room is full of comforters at prices that will surprise you. With batting at 40 a pound you cannot be- gin to mate them at the price quoted here. Fancy n-.nslni coverings. Large sizes on sale. and Sweater Coats for the Children ats for the 88 A whole table full of wool Sweater Coats for thr children. All sizes and colors. Values up to for Toques, Mittens and Scarves We are showing a manufacturers complete sample lot of Toques, Mittens and Scarves at a discount of Childrens Shoes up to Another day's selling should clear us out of children's shoes entirely. There is not a poor nn slioe in the lot. All high grade makes such as Hurlburt Cushion Sole, Classic. Eclipse.. Sizes 6% to 10 only. RYLANDS' ALTERATION SALE OFFERS YOU THE VERY BEST MERCHANDISE AT SAVINGS FROM 10 TO 35 PER CENT NOTICE Watch tomorrow's paper for special Boot and Shoe Sale. Values will be as- tounding on all classes of Footwear Miss Jessie Grady of Maeleod was a Mrs. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. itoiim. R. Wallace. Miss Mary Simpson. Miss Helena Simpson Miss Agnes Dowsett. Capt. Ralph Canon f this afternoon for Calgarj to I Skeiih 4 H Smith and Mac- meeting 01 the executive commiutji. the synod. The Daughters' and Maids of Ens- The History and Current Events land will meet, at the home of Mrs. i department of the Mathesis club will Davidson, Ma llth Street South, on Tuesday afternoon at the morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Meek in the (Tit? dburcbes At at 4.16, Seuior 'Mission Band. Tuesday at 8 p.m., an- nual meeting of the Let-hbrldge hjanch of the British and Foreign Bible So- ciety in the school room. A full at- tendance required. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Adult Bible class. Thursday at 8 p.m. choir practice. At Westminster Tonight and Tuesday at 8 o'clock, meeting of the Queens of Arelon. Tuesday at 8 p.m. Adult Bible class will meet at the home of Mr. Adolphson, 12th street C. North- Wednesday at 8 -p.m. iiray. er meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m. choii practice. Friday, concert by Queens of Avelon. a play called "A Minister's will be given. Evangelist Bar will, tie at- -White's appointment all week. At St. at S p.m., Sunday .School teachers 'meet in' St. Augustints. parish ;hall. Wednesday night, meet. A debate.' will be given. on the Cana- At St. at eight o'clock in the vestry, the Young Peo- ple's Society are holding a masquer- i.Ue social. Wednesday at 2.30 the Ladies' Aid meet in the vestry. Wed- nesday at S p.m., prayer meeting and Bible class in tlie vestry. Thursday at 8 p.m., meeting of the session In the vestry. Friday at 8 p.m., choir prac- tice. At subject at the Wed- nesday evening service will be "The Bule of Christian Living." Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. At Latter Day at will meet at the church and study Theology and Testimony. at 8 p. ill., testimony meeting. Pentecostal at p.m., prayer and the word. Thursday at 8 p.m., special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. Cobalt, Ont, Nov. the breaking of the cable attached to the cage in which they were preparing to descend the shaft of the Adanac Mine Saturday night, two men, Han- could not be learned, were kill- ed, and two others, D. Howard and A. Roberts, were injured. The victims were married men and residents of. Cobalt. Six menSfor the T -Depot a- ;ana- dian navy. Wednesday at !4.15, ior'W.'A-. meet, Thursday at 8 p.m., Girls' W. A. meet Friday 8 p. m., service iff intercession followed by choir practice. Have been received since the first o bringing NEW HIGHLAND REGIMENT Among the hew military units which are being organized in eastern Cana- da, none is attracting more attention or obtaining more recruits than the new kilted Highland regiment under the command of Col. Guthrie. 'Col. Guthrie was a-major In the "Fighting of which unit Cal- gary and Western Canada-is deserved- ly very proud, and was very seriously wounded wlien the 10th were prac- tically wiped- out. He has now re- covered and has been given command (Special lo the Pincher Creek, Nov. a sequel to the visit paid to Pincher Creek by- Detectives Schoeppe and Hesketh a week ago, Chas. Collins appeared be- fore Inspector Junget this morning, charged with an infraction of the liquor act. C. F. Harris, solicitor of Lethbridge, appeared for the accused and a plea of not guilty was put in. of Mrs. S. S. Dunham. 1317 4lh Avenue South at o'clock. A tance of members is quested. _ I Buchanan opened the sale with a New York, Nov. Gom- pers. president of the American 'Fed- eration of Labor, tonight issued a statement addressed to the "working- men and citizens of the United in which'he strongly-advocat- ed the re-election -of President- .Wil- son. In concluding -his appeal. Mr. Com- pel b said American Federation of ,L[ bor has. iei- of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Podger. formerly of Letbbridge, to Mr. truest Joseph Hogge. The reeular meeting of Maple Leaf No. 7. 0. E. S.. will bo held tomorrow evening in the Masonic hall in the Dominion block, commencing at S o'clock promptly. Visiting members will be heartily welcomed. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be Held on UL uui. i uui uua, without'a'dissenting'voice or Schoeppe stated that he had taken a j vote proclaimed the political" policy case of liquor from the front of the. to by, the fr of labor and bus driven by Collins. The liquor was jUBtiCe and to defeat its enemies, [produced in court. He also had the! ,n tlljs campaign Woodrow Wilson stands :for all that is true to labor, justice patriotism fieedom and hu- manity. Dominion Express agent, J. A.-Mathe- son. summoned to produce his books, which showed that the accused had received 3SS pounds of liquor in a period from Sept. 21 to October 25. On October llth prisoner had received 248 pounds. W. R. Double was called MAJORITY IS by the defence and gave evidence that AGAJNST CONSCRIPTION Chas. Collins was employed by him Melbourne Nov rec- as a bus driver and teamster, in an numDcr ot votes was poll- effort to convince the couvt that Col- At St. at 8 p. m Dorcas Thursday at 3 p. m., Women's Auxiliary. Friday at 8 p.m., intercessional service. At St. Augustin't-rTuesday at 8 p. teacher's meeting in the parish hall. Wednesday at 8 p.m., service, of 'intercession.- ..Thursday at 7.30 a. m.'; celebration1 of holy 'communion. Friday at junior auxiliary. lins was a common carrier. A splendid example has been set by tbis society as so many of them have given their husbands and sons to fight in this war for freedom's cause. The articles, on all. the stalls soon found quick sale, the fancy work table being "really patronized, as was also the 'home "cooking stall. At S.30 the hand-- some cushion donaled by Mrs. Buss was drawn for by little Milly Wakelin. with the result that Mrs. Haverkate, holding ticket No. 161. is the fortunate winner. The members ot.the r....... Women's Civic, Club win oe neiu yu Dinner. The memr.--------- Tuesday at .8 p.m. .iiv the T. M. C. lhank- me following; Hoy Tho meeting is being held earlier in, Co. for axing Al- th'o week than usual as there is urgent j LoalL Co., use: of store; Mr. business to be attended..to. watts, draying.and milk; 'sugar; Citizens'. Lumber Co., Jub and The G I V will'meet at th'c-aiomel sawdust; Kinnear. tea; -Tuff, tea; of Mr, T b McLeod, 310 7th Avenue Keith, candy; Lush, candy; Wngh. i on Wednesday at 2130 for Red brooches; -Robertson Co., Joys J. 'sfWing members that ID. IHsinbotham, chocolajes; Srdy do Kenny Allin, Hudson's Bay. hand fancy goods; Olympic, Ma- sonic lodged those who so kindly sent home' cooking and fancy ini'in-i iwork. The proceeds amounted to-con- inly over 5% to be given to Jailors' Belief fund re- ler to Hie Patriotic Fund.- Friday evening. Nov. 3rd, the so as there is a i great deal, of sewing lo.b.e done this'week.. The I.'O. D. E. waste paper tiori on Saturday was a success. though the amount not as much as was anticipated, between man night and nine tons being gathered in. but the being magazines.. The committee, re- gret that the collectors were unable to cover the entire city-but hope to ed-on the -conscription refer-. to. covel. the entire city 'inn; nouu u. ot ns was a common endum are.still the and M.S.S BjolkMaa, Jrotn of. Accused did not take the stand. In- j... incomplete. Out of a total ot v 11 Epector Junget after weighing the 2 087 000 votes counted, the spector Junget alter mi- 2 087 OOU coumuu, uic evidence, imposed a fine of and majontj against conscription I costs or sixty days. The fine was paid ls J3 QJO the date to be therefore have1 no in getting in touch.iwijlhHhe Battery officers. AGED WOMAN AUCTION SALE TONIGHT AT 7.30 P.M. AT WILSON'S AUCTION ROOMS IN THE K. P. BUILDING. FIFTH STREET 8. OF Dry Goods, Gents' Furnish- ings, Boots and Shoes, Smallwarcs, etic. W. U, WILSON, AUCTIONEER regiment. Col. 'Outbrie, it is understood, pro- poses opening recruiting offices in the west almost immediately to obtain: recruits, and it is thought that this: regiment, and this company In par- ticular, will appeal to all Scotchmen, or others, who desire to go to the front; under officers who have already made.; a name in the fighting line, and as a; ;membei of a kilted-Highland regi-' ment 10 RETAIN PLACE i London, Nov. Daily Chron- icle's Melbourne correspondent wires that the government unofficially ad- mitted that the majority In the con- scription referendum is not likely to be obliterated-In.: Hie final figures. The 'political situation is gradually cleaf.- I ing; Premier Husnee probaWy will retain office, notwithstanding the de mands of the victorious anti-conscrlp- tionlst leaders. The "no'-' majority was reduced to when the counting "closed op BMurdnv. Run Down and Strong by Vinoi. So manj people iii'i ethbridge and MUiiU ate m Mrs, Wickershnm'3 _____________ condition we ask jou to call at our A decision has been reached by the' stole and get a bottle of Vinol, and it department of'Ute interior, Ottawa, it fails to benefit will return your that henceforth all settlers locating moncv on Homestead lands -in :the. timbered In her eigluj -second -ear-Mrs. John n'll'fi of the west, will have to .take Wiskersham, of RusaelUilie, l-a.. sajs ol burni g perm U (before starting was in a run down, feeble condition n es lands. These per- and bad lost flesh A neighborBasked mils will be issued bv forest rangers me to try Vinol and after taking two OT other" under certain safety require-Bottles my strength leturned; I am 1 men's a 'toTeather conditions, piling 'gaining in flesh, It has built up my ol slash vigilance to prevent contact i health and I fine for a with nearby bush' etc. -woman of my age, so I get around and This is one the most important I do my housework, stens yet taken to guard the lives of The reason, Vinol was so success ul settlers and the sole stock of timber in Mrs. Wickerslmffi's case was he- supplies ot the three prairie provin- cause it contains beef and cod IKer ces. te ae o So far. as fne committee were able 10 ascertain, RivervioW'. subdivision and the Galbrailh remain to be canvassed. -Any.others who have.not been called, upon are -asked to .phone either Mrs' Sherlock or Mrs. Maynard. .baiaken .up in six weeks or two-months so. everyone is askad to their pa- pers anil1 committee wish to mqst.sinc'erely thank all'thpse whb 'helped in any way towards the success of the undertaking. The school room of Knox church was the scene of n very successful Vieloria. Nov. W. .T. Bowser last night gave out. a state- ment in which he says: "Although constitutional practice when "the splendid sura (would permit my government to carry of was realized. -Booths, in charge j on until, the newly-elected representa- of two girls were decorated for the j lives of the people meet in legislative occasion and were well patronized all I assembly, yet I would not do so in, the Misses Mav Young and face of. the well-expressed and.cone u- MyreO'Hagei were in charge of the sive verdict ot the people so recently p e and picWe booth; Misses Ada Mui-jrecorded. Before any new ray and Marjorie Higinbotham. can oe formed, however. lhe.sU- STUDENTS HELP THRESH SASKATCHEWAN CROP Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. ing to tho appeal for men boys to help thresh the crop, made by Premier Martin yesterday, the faculty of the University of Saskatchewan decided this morning to defer the opening of the associated course in agriculture until Nov. 15 and permit the students now In attendance to work In tho fUlOB. Stulratl In other courses are given the prlTflese and It 'is expected that a large number will run threshing ma- chines for a while. peptones, iron and manganese popto- nates and glycerophosphates, the very elements needed lo hulld up a weak- ened run down system and create strength. Right here in Lelhbridge we have seen such excellent results from Vinol that it is a pleasure to know it is doing so much good for old people in ot-bB? pails or the D..Hlg- inbotham Co., Ltd., Druggisls, Lelh- bridge. Also at the test .druggists In all Alberla Solve CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol drjggiit. Gordon, Mrs. Connor, Mrs. candy boolh; Misses Berlha Scott and Kate' Thompson, the cake booth; Misses Helen Richardson and Lilian Schweitzer, the bread booth. Miss Tilley, teacher of the class, poured tea, and ilie tea tables were in charge of Miss Esther assisted by Misses "Bert" Scolt. Alice Fairfleld, Bessie Little and Eva Frame. A musi- cal program, was given by Misses Esther Bonnell and Myrle O'Hagen. That dancing in the afternoon is growing in popularity is evidenced by the large crowd in attendance at tho dansant on Saturday afternoon at the Chinook Club. Splendid music by the orchestra furnished dancing for the following and Mrs S J Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.'Vavker, Mr, and Mrs. Walters, Mr. and Mrs B. C. Guilbault, Mrs. C. P. P. Cony bearc, Mrs. U. 1. Gordon, Miss tute requires that tho returning officer, who in this case is the1 deputy-provin- cial secretary, shall officially declare the successful candidates elected be- fore any of them would be entitled to a seat In the house, and any elected member, would then have to resign If le accepted office nnder the crown, declaration cannot be made un- il after he-has received the official certificate from the agent-general in London. Under these circumstances he present. gove-rnment must- retain office until the legal formalities. are with, which' I expect will je early this month, when my resignation to his honor the lieu- .enant-governor." H is said Lt.-Col. fun K7th Bait, will return horn Bnglard and become director 3f r.'C.imin.s in Alberta.