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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK 7, 1914 THE I.ETH BRIDGE DAILY IIKRALD PAGE NINB Join the Crowds Tonight at Rylands 'After Supper Sale' Tlio only way to got these bargains is to conic after them. No piioiao orders.taken nor goods delivered tonight. The bargains'are1 worth coming ai'ter. BOYS' HATS, now Felt and Tweed styles FLETTE, wldo Saxony, white and., yan! GLOVES, white or tan j Dogskin, pair WO'S HOSE, Penman's Cashmere, 8% to 10... I WO'S NIGHTGOWNS White Plette, for PETTICOATS, col'il Moiro, 53.00 for JUS CORSETS, Warner's ?1.50 grtidfi, Tonight CHILD'S HOSE, flne g; Rib Ciishniera 20 tioz. PEARL BUTTONS up to 20c dozen CHECK GLASS TOWELLING, per yard.. 27 en COLORED CORD VELVETS, per jard 'BOYS' SWEATERS, Colors, 24.to 30 CRIB BLANKETS white colored border, each... EutJB TABLE NAPKINS, pure 3 linen, tonight, each HWfe SHEETING, full 2 yards wide. Tonight FLETTE Very large Per pair 7 a t t MEN'S SWEATERS, prey, special loniglit SOCKS, 5 pairs of All Wool -Cishraero KERCHIEFS, White Linen each SHIRTS, 51.35 and 11.60 Tonight BOYS' COMEINA- a Tiger Brami 3 BOYS' UNDERWEAR Fleeced lined, eaeli In. CHEVIOT SEP.QE COAT- ING, 3 shades, night per yard Ladies' New Fall -Coats by Express Today The Busy now BATTLESHIPS FOLLOW EACH OTHI2H IN A FOG Tou can; abuse- them. You ca'n'itrifle with nature. -But listen! You can't handle, soEt pitch with'your bare hands out You can't diet '.of poison and expect: to live.-: It can't 'be done You.can't see out .glasses- if, your sight is more jou trj the wbrae .your- sight will toe- come The wearing of scientifi- cally constructed.glasses will end your troubles Trust us for the help you require R. A. THE1 CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. Established 1898. Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department, It is proposed to offer a composite "battery of heavy artillery from Prince Edward Island for service GERMAN FORTIFICATIONS IN 'LONDON TOWN London, Nov. Stand- ard eays about n month ago in- spectftm 'was made of a certain uuliding ;iff .a 'London district owned by a fprelga firm, ostcn- sibly as factory. A military expert described them as lesE'than'tor-- riflcally strong fortiilcations which dominate some of .the in London. In o.uu to would bo Invisible, i Li L mi 10 n on uurmg i IGR >J a thr- hips Jlne is thrown from the stern of one 'battleship to the bow of the nest, supported on the surface of the water in the centre by a Mra. McKillop, of Letlihridsc, is spending a few duys with Mra. D. C. Coleinan. before guinj; on to Kdmon- ton for ft Albortau. Mrs. Trant, of Montreal, who has hren visiting her daughter, Mrs. As- lillii for the uaKt two woks, left this morning for Moose where she visit relatives. Dv. and Mrs. Lccbli. of Tabor, aro week end visitors with -Mrs. Hugh Boyil. C. IJ. Ubwman, wife and family, have left to sponcl the; winter in JCust- ora Canada. "They will visit Mrs. Howmr.n's home In OnUirio, and in- tend being at Mr. old home in Halifax when his father and moth- er re-lr-lmitp.' the of their golden nest month. and Mrs. P. L. Nafsiniih enter- tained at a very (Uilirjhtrol dinner party in the private dining 1'oom the Palliser last evening. Tlie event was in honor of Mrs. McKiilop, of Lcthoriuge. and the other gueats were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lcllibrlilgo, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Coteman, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Claris, Mr. and .Mrs. Allan Cameron, and Mrs. The table was prettily decorated with crimson and white Aluertan. The parlor social held at the home of Mra. P. Cain, by the Wiilard W. C. T. U., was a grand success. The splendid paper given toy the secretary, Mrs. Westcott, at the convention, wits much, appreciated. The musical pro- gram TVflR of a hleli orflsr.. were rendered by Mrs. Donaldson, Misses Hayes and Hazel, I.Irs. James Horn, Miss E. Washbrook, Miss A. ROGER SULLIVAN -DEFEATED Cnicago. "Nov4 unoffic- ial returns from every countyNin- the state'today showed that Lawrence Y. Sherman, Republican, was elected to the .United States .Senate Tuesday by plurality of over Roger G. Sullivan, Democrat. FIRE AT SEA IN TBEY O' HEARTS MONDAY j.c" STARLAND Ryknds Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME. JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL 4 BORCHERT ADJUST ABLE'DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Auctioe Sale' Household Furniture Monday Eveniig, November 9A At 7 pm at 418 13th Street North, in the lately occupied by The Alberta Trading Co. W.'U Wilson, Auctioneer, is instnicted to.sell J, Mahogany Dresser a 'Oak Dressers 1 WaidrolJe and Mattresses 2' Carpets 2 Pair Portieres Lace Curtains Rugs and Mats One 4 hole Kitchen St6ve Quantity1 of. Olassware Kitchen Utensils 1 Solid Qak Buffet. Finish t 1 Table, (rotfna) 1 surface'Oak Sideboard 1 Oak 1 Mahogany Rocker 1 Couch Centre lab IRS t 1 Kitchen Cabinet 1 Kitchen CUftooard TERMS CASH. GERMAN "RESERVISTS DETAINED J.'ErWOODS THINKS WELL OF -SWEET -GRASS OIL ?j "i .FIEUD Harold" AndersdnV one of "Fermc'fe practicing phjsiciars has- ro ii ed in s ruct ors troni or Rirt Victoria tfj report at onve at tor dut; in. the anny meJical cor s IOE eecMCc with the s cond contingent befog mojilued at that citj watchfulness on all foreign reservists. ilr. .J. E. Wcods, O'f Pincher Creek, was a Fucnio visitor for a day and j Washbrook; recitation by Mrs. Cotitta reports that the old Hocliy Mountain ant] a sODg by ajr waiter Hartley Development Co. v.ell, back of the Refreshments were served by Miss place once called Oil City, is Watson and Miss L Cain, and pumped anil is producing grade of oil 01 a greenish hue and a high percentage uf gasoline at the rate of fifteen .barrels a day. Thus the first is becoming last in produc- tion of oil in commercial quantities, and it bids fair to be the .beginning of a string of wells that will he the best producers of real cctsde oil to he found in the Alberta field. Mr. Woods is also a director in the Western Union Oil Co. operating in the Sweet Grass rcgicn, and has a highly favorable'opinion of that dis- trict. 13. brought, down from Hosmcr, was fouml guilty of theft and sentenced to two months' hard labor today. Thcri was a lull-attendance at "the hearty vote of thanks extended to Mrs. Cain. A quiet wedding TTBB solemnized St. Stephen's church, Calgary, on Nov. 3rd when Sidney J, Horton, of Ferme, B.C., formerly of unit- ed in marriage to Miss Dlla Mai Steevos, eldest daughter of Jlr. and Mrs.-Brunswick Steeves, of Moncton, N. B. meet i ._, last m0ht hut uojblimg ne business cagie Coiucil regular before i the Dr AndvLson was one oflhiS Dist bqird to ofier his to the govern j At a of the cit license n war was declared He was com ission th s Ucci meat wh b .ct-er o at William s Head coiar antme stat n for six jeats, leore coming to I erme Colonel F. C. Denison, U.-S..Con- sul for "the last six years .at this left this morning Great era bound for his old home of tie holdl here was sus renced to the that the hotel has been -closed Tor over' a mouth 1SM R "Reading the veteran C P R here, has waikeil away-' with j toe S50 j n e foi the bctt ke t sta I e go s on a gar-den in the Alberta Dmsion months' Idavd of ahasnce., Colonel i for third thfic in-succession; Mr, Demsoiris aue-of the and at the same time" ing oJTiccrs any where" in the consular Eefvjc9 a's is always a place and model for Reading looks as smiling this uctoij a-s iLn Lieufc.-Col. MacKay has sent anoth- er contingent to Vernqn, B. C. This time it is a con indent of re crvists Arthur George Searle, corporal the R.N.W.OI.P., Carmangay, was mar- ried to Miss Amy Lillian o! Pincher Creek, on Friday, Oct. 30th, at Pinchor Creek. Mrs. Searle lias gone to England where eho will spend the winter at her former home, and will return to Canada In the spring Glubs and Societies emulation Uhile Col Denison ho fail d i eep their parolo expects to visit New York anil Wash-1 asprovidedby the peculations. Re- ington aad will be gone until the in this line, continues. The new During his absence Mr. J. Colonel is now on "his way to Vic vice-consul, will.- act _jis -tori'a. he will1' interview the consul here. authorities regarding the building- of John a German re'ser- an armory here. vist has joined ihe army of-iletea tion ing run in by.Ohrf i DIVISION OF INLAND Brown for not reporting as required'. REVENUE DISTRICT lie has companj m the ptrson man .Ottawa. Nov. inland rev- other Austrian named A." Parcmcky, enus district of Calgary, has-been di- for the -same neglect of the yided, and will now.n comprise that teirrns .pf.his parole. portion of Alberta. to the south These men may not, have intended of, the 52nd latitude. The anj harm bj their but 18 ue department of Ed oJlicials are taking no nsLs thasB moaton 11 comprise that port on Ij days and are exerting a commendable ing to the of the parallel Western Amateur Operatic Societies May Affiliate Some time tills, winter an organlza-t ticn bL. ejected in Can- ada that vilt he oi more than pass scores m mtere t to tie lowers of mdsic a production and staBt ivork in this new countrj i ot ours An association of amateur First The exchange-of costumes nd other properties of that nature aud othei parts of of a prol tra fcg ami it is ncll and tlmt'1 the sderao should te pronioted from! tint point here an uiyrallelecl rcc- ord for successful operatic. nroduUicns oxwls I ihc operate societies ot an m'Ehl v d" so 1'1 T'6 isiociation tould at to hold an o era m a liif 01 tie aisociation cich vhlcl1 the member join this propose 1 assocution but t! c jiromoters fir haie cflly con sulercd the m kethbridge Calg idmoiWn MeJinne Hat j law, Jlcgina and Saskatoon Ihc forebann is lut a consit1 crat on of uhal is !e vith the societies blQded foe mutual help nnd of Operatic societies m the west in [art of ictmg in Western and producing plays are To consider these "thtngRi and to view the prospects for the season now at hand the -Lcthbridge, Operatic Society constantly coiJrpnted With difficul- ties These difficulties might Ic over -.r......-: come with comrarative case with the holding a meeting in St Migiistm s creation of the p association bill on lucsdu ng ncvt at 8 Here art a few of the benefits pos o U0ck, to winch everyone in Loth- ____ Bible with such an organization m c i ridgt inttircstert ID operatic work is chanter and coiiimrtulaled them on urdialiy invited tbe splendid thtjr 'Airs. Kenney of 'Wainwrlglit, AHa. Grand Matron of the Alberta Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, visited Pinoher Creelc on Wed- nesday for the purpose of a chapter of the Eastern Star in that town. The Flower Guild visited Gait Hce- pital yesterday and distributed TOSES and 'mums to 25 public ward pat- ients. The Guild purposes holding a dance in aid of their work in the K: of P. hall, Nov. 20. Kindly keep this date open The Art Needlework Club will mest with Mrs. C. H. Devine, 1213 5th Ave., S., on Monday afternoon. A Junior medal contest will .be held at West-minster church on NOT 10th, by the Wiilard W. C. T, U. The iro eeas will go o the Patriotic Fund; The Dramatic Arts sec- tion of tbe Mathcsis.elub will meet with Mrs. Stoltze, -314 12tih street, on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock The St. Intermeaiats Christian Lndeavor )teld theii weekly meet ng last night Dne meeting m charge ot the who handled it'.splendidiy, "How to ftfnther anij Father Happv Report of the Nursing Mission for October, 1314; Number of patients 25 isumber of old patients a Nuuioei of Metro patients 2 of proressional calls day lol and- relief calls 9tU Numbel1- of 11 Number qf office call" 14G Total calls 606 Number'of hours. spent .at school 2 Our sen ing class meets ev ery Thursday at has a member: ship of 32, with an average attend- ance for the month of 19. Groceries Invo been given to 14 families meit to milk to 3 (two of these cases wheie tnere was a sick beby the other a new boots to 4 ohild- rcn. ncWf underwear nnd other cloth- ing to 10 childien riid secondhand boots, etc.. to t? families. We would like'here-to-make'special mention of the he'w'clobuhig