Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 19.M THE L E T IIII R I p G E DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE, The Ladies' Store Phnno 453 Acadia Block .presents n-spiciKiid list of seasonable offerings that you are buying every dny in the week and paying higher prices-fp'v.tinin are charged at this store for equal qualities.' A fair l-.nbwlcdrje of values and a ca-iful Inopcctlon will rcatl- ily convlnco you of the superiority of this Etorc'c merchandise, not only In qualities but In values as well. Read Tomorrow's list care- fully and make selections early. IMITATION FUR SETS ffiS Worth up to Quite the- correct thing for this sea- son's wear and possessing more style and a.far dressier appearance llian real furs at ovon doulblc the price. Muff and Stole In Imitation Mole, Ac- trachan, Persian Lamb, Electric Seal, etc., beautifully lined with silk or satin, elaborately trimmed with frlngs or orna- ments, down filled, soft and warm. UNDERSKIRT SALE Worlh "fto M oWw A nurgnin In newest Satins, Sillt Mbor- eoiiH, Brocades etc. including almost our entire stock ol underskirts from 55.00 to ?7.50. Included are styles and coloro to cult every tacte and lo match any color of outer garment, and Jn virlous weights and qualities to meet all requirements. Newest Coatings si.90 Worth up to 53.00 Ch'lnch'llluii, Blanket Cloth nnd Plaid Mackinaw inches wide In a Bnlendld varie- ty colors. Glove Sale Worth up to 45c Woollens, Caslimerettes and Cliamoisuede in black, white, grey, tan, navy, canHiinl, etc. sizes G to 10 inches. Kajah Silk Waists Worth up to 54.00 Exceptional waist values, nat- ural color only, made shoulder and long- sleeve; all sizes, Hosiery Sale 3 for Worth up to 60c Cashmeres In plain and. rili- bod, sizes to 10 inches, and heavy ribbed worsted hose iu Kiinona YelHiirn Worth up to 35c Clues, brcwn, greys, reds and fancy mixtures In enlcndid wciglit cloth, 27 inches wide, neat patterns. Brassieres Worth up to 51.00 A specially purchased line, elaborately trimmed with did quality cmliroiJcry, perfect ntticg, sizes 31 to 1-1. Laid Low Willi Cured By CHATHAM, Az-jtti, 1913. "I nm n of MIL- Cnr'uvui Wrir nnd tlic Lndian from tlmltoy.il ArLill-jry inUHlic Kcyiil and S'.-rvcd uurlcr J.orcl Koljcrta durinj; UK; IWutiiiy, nnd am n pensioner.- 11m llntish Government. l-'iarct CjjliliiHj and cmitinii.il i.-.vnc.siirc left nm tfrcr.t suflurtr from Kiifuinuiism, BO much so thai my mvL-ik-l up, making it for IIIL- lo v.-nllt. Thcv- cured me of In my regular ciuploviiiKi-.l, I walk thirty miles a day and enjjy perfect GEORGE WALKT5R. 5oc. a box, 6 for fs.jo, Iriil fiixe, 250- At all dealers or ueut an receipt ol price by Pruit-ii-tivcs LimilcJ, Oll.-iwa. I FUJI IS fflM DIRECTOR OF DOMINION i RUST CO DROPPED in CALI- VICTIM HAVE DARK HATE 'ANiD LOOK YOUNG Don't stay grayl Nobody can tell when.you darken nray, faded hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur. Grandmother kept her hair beauti- fully glossy and abundant with a nrew'of Sago Tea and Sulphur. Whenever to' hair (oil out or took on that dull, faded or streaked ap- pearance, this simple mbturo was ap- plied with, wonderful ettect, By aolt- ing at'any drug stow for "Wyeth's Sase nnd Sulphur you vyllt get a largo bottle o[ tills old time recipe ready to use. tor about SO cents. This simple mixture can ho depended upon to restore natural col- or and beauty to the hair and is splen- did Tor dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known downtown drusgiflt enyn evoryibpdy uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, because It darkens so natur- ally and evenly th'at ndboily can tell it ieen so easy to You comb or 'soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one BtrantI at a time. By morning tho gray hair disappears; after another application or two, it la restored to Its natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. Sold by J. D. Hlglnbotham Co. Limited. A NAVAL THAGEDY The Brltiili cruller Hermes sunk by submarine In the English Channel at a point 12 mllei east of the Good, win She' was returning from Dunkirk. 8he wat a third-rate of 14 yeari DRINK OR DRUG USERS 1 Ask Your Doctor is hot the POISON ot alcoholic liquors or narcotic drugs, retained In Qio system, tbat weakens and para- iyies tho''nerves .and organs of tlie body nJid flually destroys mental, mor- ui and physical MANHOOD. The Treatment, .removes tha cause by eliinlnating these poleons frpm tho aystera, clmngen desire and craving, into a loathing for liquor or drugs, overcomes tho diseased condi- tion, "builds up" the'system and re- stores health, strength and real MA.N- WE artylse that all patients spend a Jew (days at The Neal Institute, hut where Uils Is Impossible n's guaran- tti! Hint In any. OHDJHAHY 'case of "drlnlc haiblt" the Neat treatment may h3 sttCceBs'fliHy talien AT IfGjMB "over Sifnday." without Icavlag lioine or no- glfctlng biislnois by on agreement to' refund, tho price paid to any fa- tlent who la not entirely sallsBed al Hie end of.tha treatment. For full Information call or address Tlio NEAL IN3TITUTI5, 820 IStll 4vp: Calgary.. W4526, ALL PEACE MirilSTERS RESIGN FROM: GOVERNMENT Washington, Nor. at Cpnstantlnop-ie "today reported the reslsuations of ..Turlusii ministers oE agriculture, Interior anil post and telegraphs and the cabinet olflcerB whb'.repraseuted the peace party In the Ottomnn government. They resigned on November 2nd, leav- ing the war party in conrrol. RUSSIANS CONTROL THE BLACK SEA Home, Nov. to a tele -nra from OdeEsaV tlie Russians con- sider themse'ives absoluts masters of Ine Blaclt Sea. The Turkish (leet, it declared, has retired behind the nnspborous, and does not setm dis- posed to come out. J. J. HILL GIVES TO FUND Minneapolis, -Minn., Nov. J Mil', tho railroad mag- nate, today cabled to King Al- bert, to be used for the benefit of the Belgian FOURTEEN DRV STATES Ill-, .tates now have the sale of alcoholic beverages as the re- sult of Tuesday's elections, on tho face of tonight's returns; which show that prohibition was adopted Jn. Arizona, Washington, Oregon and Colorado. The prohibition states are: Arizona, Colorado, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota. Oregon, Oklahoma, Ten-, nessee, "Washington, Virginia, West Virginia. Vancouver, Nov. R. CUty, a.jeil 70, a dircclor oi tlic Dominion Trust company, uroPlKd ci Irarl failure ytatordiit i'.l Oakland, Cali- fornia, while 'hurrying to Hie south to spend the v.-ini.v. Tlis strain iol- lo-.ving on the crash oi th; Dominion Trust was too mud] for tlic agcil man. At a m-onl oi tlic di- o.; iullowing the ilcath of W. Au.olil, managing di- rojtor, Mr. O'rty v.-as o'.cicomc at Ilia then iinil was carried from tlie umni in a iainllug condition. On his i.liysie-au's ailMtu he leii at once lor LjliioMiia. he leaves two daughters anil fi1.c sons, -two of the latin: Huns in Vancou- ver and also heavily interested in the Dco'.mion Grey uas a fine tsPe oi Scotsman anil li c.l (or many years in New y.tab.ml. i'c the "secouil sharLholiIt-r in the Do- minion his SOU shares having ccsl him so3iothins ovor Tins is Uie liiiril sudden ilcath linnncial men that lias come with the fmi.c.li of the Dominion Tri'si coiniJany. it is l.ciic'.ed that A- 11. Mc'aol, tjml aucat ol the Pacific rail- wray in Vaaco-.iu-r fi.r many icars, suicide, lliouih Lhc courjii- cr's jh'uy hroiifht in a sympathetic icruict Nicliol v.'as an ca-.y-goiny; ol excellent ha'liits, hut it is he h.canic in- volved in with the late, Mr. Arnold. Curlou'sly enough both eniteil thcit lives iit -the same manner. Thr. ol a shot jilJn Iield a lew inch- es Iron) tlu heart and a start slick to tke tripper. .11 rs. .1. Jones of Ninth street South, will receive tomorrow after- noon. Mrs. II. (1. was calkd to Se- attle thiy afternoon lo attend tlie] funeral of her only sister, Mrs. Fred I 11. Harwell, who suddenly MI j Sunday. I .Mrs. llobcrt Huchii'jan will] hor two! cliihlrcn, has arrived frnin 1'inclicr on a visit to her mother, V. Rochester, at 2019 .Aider street, Vancouver. Dr. L. U Mason left on Sunday morning's train for Calgary, lie hopes to return in about two weeks. Mrs S. G. (Jook, of Ottawa, ac- compiimcd by her daughter, is visit- bfolher, Mr. W. Milford, lOUil street south. -Mrs. Cook is a sisk'r-l ill-law of Mr. .1. R. Boolll, the well! known lumber merchant ol that city, j I A quiet wedding was solemnized on Saturday evening in the Victoria! Mansions by the Rev. Ross, pas- tnr of First liaptist church, Third aienne south, v.ho united in marrl- ll'-e Mr. W. J. Paris, of North Leth- formerly of County Armagh, to Miss M. A. Castles, of, County Armagh, Ireland, who eJ I'.ere on Friday The i 1 i-room was atlcnded hy his hrct-her, j Mr. Richard Parks, while the brido, nas att-pjuled liy Mrs. Charles Cas-1 i tics Sir. anil Mrs. Parks will reside in North, Lethbrldgf. Clubs and Societies TAFT FOR LONG TERMS Cambridffo. seven- year terra for president of the United States was advocated by farmer Presi- dent William II. Taft, in an addresB before the Han-ard law school yester- day. ''_____________ contemptuously ejaculated 'Uncle Oracle Onken, .during tlic .re- cent-spell oC low temperature. "You young fellows don't know anything about cold weatber. Why, I remem- ber the winter of eighteen, hundred j and so forth, when.it was so cold that i IE you flung a 'dipper of b'llm' water j out o' doorB, it cracked like a gun. and a live coa-l would freeze solid in five minutes. Worse than that, your couversatiou actually froze before it could be British War Office saye Turkish troopa have been sent from Mosul and Damascus southward for the invasion j of Egypt. Bedouins were cojlectsd at Caza and Akaba for the same purpcss, I and some of them crossed the Sinai, frontier. Ssrlous fighting may take place along the Suez canal, which will ts defended by Australian and New Zealand troops NEVADA IN DOUBT Reno, Nov., Nov. Itepubli- can Staito central committee claims the election of Francis G. Nswlanda by 15 votes, and the Democratic State central committee claims Newlands lisa a lead of 110 votes in the sena- torial fight in Nevada, It 'tvill require tho official count November 13 to de- termine the result. CONGRESSMAN STEVENS BEATEN St Paul, Minn., Nov. man F. C. Stevens, Republican, who lias represented the St. Paul district" in congress for the last 13 years, is de- feated lor re-elecLion by C. C. Van Dyke, Democrat, n former railway mall clerk, who received to his oppo- nents' The Daughters and Melds oi Eng- hml Sewing Class wiil meet at -Mrs. Faunch, 12th St. A. S., on Tuesday next, Nov. 10th at 2'.30. Tlie milaril Union of the W. 0. T. U. ale holding a mellal contesl Tues- day evening, Nov. 10th, aL Westmins- ter' cliurc-h, commencing at 8 o'clock, 'the program will Iffi augmented by a piaiiolorts solo, given by Miss Mahcl Hess, and a violin solo by Jlisa May- herry. AH proceeds, after exoenscs arc arc to tc given to the Pa- triotic Fund. St. Cyprian's A. Y. P. V. will hold a bocial in the Parish room this e.ening .at eight o'clock, and all are invited to attend. Tonigiit tlic Young People's Soci- ety oi Kuox church will conduct a patriotic meeting. There will a r.rotram oi patriotic music and nuiu'Ler oi interesting papers. 'I'liE-Danghtois and Jlaids oi the hrtuing a whist drive and dance in the Sons oi England Hall on .November tilth. The Wesley church choir intend boldinc tlieit Messiah concert on De- cr 15th. The loading soprano will Karn contralto, Mrs. John- son tenor, Jlr. Petts, and bass, Mr. Kinilcr. .Further announcements will l.e made later. The section oi Wesley Church Lad- ies' Aid under Mrs. .Jennings and Mrs. will with Mrs. fito. L. Taylor, 10th strest south, on Wednesday afternoon at throe o'clock. The Cr. F. Club will. meet this j week." The Lethhridge Operatic Society will meet tomorrow evening at St. Austin's hall 'at S o'clock. The old inc-mrcrs ,bf. the society arc urged to te in attendance, arid to those who wish tij become members a cordial in-itat.ion is. extended to attend. Dancini will be in order after the hiisinEss of the meeting has been rlis- roscd of. Starting the Week With a Good List of Specials for Tomorrow These (wo Iloase Furnishing; Half Price Plush Window Shades 33c Just IT, of tlicao "Window Shades, good quality clolh, mouuted on Hartahom rollers, dark crimson flhaie. Size 3Cx72 33c IfllffK We don't expect a single Rug will Iju left at the closing hour Ueep pile plush mats, curled, centres. In rich shades oC green, tan, rose, hluo and mauve, eiy.u rug. C 1 Q Just half price ......9 I I.V Tlie.se Lovely Blouses, a bargain at Goc Ladles will appreciate this bargain sale of waists. Values to 31.75. Materials are line lawns, vestings, dimities, and butchers' linen. All dainty, chic To clear at This Special in Children's Coats Smart styles for the little tots in coats; Bear Cloth anil Teddy Bear Cloth In cream and fawn, pearl and crochet but- ftft tons, 1G only, sizes IS to !M, values to S3.50; Tomorrow tpavivU A Rustle hi Silks at 75c a yard 100 yards handsome Roman stripe and 1'hiJ Silks in all the new and nopulnr colorings, E-pIcndid quality E'jtin Dcchlne, full IS inches, suitable lor fancy blouses, girdles and trimmings. Regular 51.75. On sale nt Men's riaimel Shirts .Men's imported English Flannel Shirts In plain grey and navy blue, turn down collars, made in coat style, heavy OC weight; sizes up to 17. Regular 52.M for............4> I Ladies' Button Boots Ladies' Brown Vlcl Kid P'jtton Boots, newest last, all sizes. Regular 55.00 lor ...........................ijliP.WU ATTEND THE HUDSON'S BAY FUR SALE Bale of High Grade Furs clearing at prices away belcw regular. Call In and see them tomorrow. If you Ere planning to buy a new act this is your opportunity. Extra Special from 8.30-12 o'clock SUGAR, FOR 20 Ibs. Freeh Grown Coffee 3 IDs for for Ground Broken for C.P. Pavilion San Francisco I "Million Dollar Mystery" ONLY 6 MORE EPISODES Watch Them Closely WEDNESDAY STARLAND A German newspaper's cartoon of the Entente typifying King George, President Poincare, and tho Czar of Russia. REFUGEES AT-DSTEND HUDDLED ON THE QUAY THE NAVAL REVERSE v- DOMS OF -'A C N ft DA San Krancisco, Calif., Nov. 7. for the Canadian Pacific rail- way pavilion at the Panama Exposi- tion Grounds was formuily broken yesterday in the presence of Exposi- tion officials and representatives oi American Railroads and Traffic inter- ests, and Department nf Natural Cf.nadinn Pacific Railway- Mrs. Jaclisoi, wife of the General Agent of the Canadian Pacific Rail- j way Passenger Department at- San Francisco, drove- the first spite, and the ceremony included the raising of Canadian Hags over the centre oi tho site and at the lour cbmers. Ulythe Henderson, Chief ot Trans- portation.. Panama Exposition, acted as chairman and .-formally presented Francis Swales, architect reprcsent- ng the Canadian Pacific, with the! deed oi space, extending hearty con-j rratulations and expressing -the satis- Jactlon ot the administration at the Canadian company's decision to par- in the Exposition. General Agent Jackson responded happily on behalf oi the company thanking the administration for courtesies received and expressing the good will of the. Canadian Pacific. Dy rushing work wt all possible speed, he hoped tho build- ing.would be ready for occupation prior lo the ollicial opening of the Exposition. A Socialist has been elected to from New York Cor the first time. There will be twelve SoclallGts in the next House of Representative's. Tho pictuie was taken at.detenu wiii.ii the Germans were nt haiicl anil shows stranded refugees, because ovcry boat had crowded with tliolr coiuuatrlotB. Tfie-.battle.'jii which .five German cruiCera -vjorrtcd :three Brltlth crulo- era wao founht off the Island of Santa Mfcrla. The" hostile, snuadrpno first sighted each othor'p'pW. Corpnol. A trnnoport, the Otranto appeara to.hayt taken rofuge In Puerto Montt, .while the according to one reached CGCtMi and may be IntBrned The iroportnnce of reierve slrenyth and pure blocd at period "b- d uid NltUJo's p uruhmcatin Scott's the blood, the booon and inncoratcn wholo lyitero. Pttysldans mraryisfieru if., It it from Harmful OUR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Have a charm and daintiness you admire------------- II is these nnd which give to pur Greeting individ- uality and welcomfencss. you most desire. ffn At the present time our selection is practically T! unbroken, and a most pleasing one from which lo make your choice, whether you have in mind a card which is prettily emhossed, printed in colors, or plain, with the exception of a raised initial or monogram. avoid all possibility of disappointment, .as well as the rush of laler Christmas gift buy- ing, suggest choose now the card which, you wish lo carry your Christmas message of good- will and cheer. 1 HERALD JOB DEFT.