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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 19H THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Two n iSargain Sale Of 111 Furs, Millinery, and Ready-to-Wear A determined cleVrance at prices low enough to compel your Immod. late attention. Regular prlooo trila are by far than similar naods offered at during previous seasons on account of existing consequently auch radical reductions for Wednea ay and-Thursday nro all the rnori Important and Increase the purchasing power of your dollars to n wonderful degree. Closing out all Ready-to-Wear Garments COAT SALE Worth up to ?27.50.. Nev.-eat and ibcst styles of the new models Just to hand included. Heavy Tweeds, Blanket Cloths, Chinchillas etc. In all sizes. DRESS SALE HALT to values PRICE Silks, Serges, Bedford Cords, Panamas In a lovely collection of newest and very hest styles, sizes 10 to 40; all colors Included. 3UIT SALE Worth up to i? Choice of any suit in the store without any reserve. All must go during; the season for which tlioy bought. SKIRT SALE Worth up to Any skirt in tho store included In this sale, offering a splendid variety of choice of styles and. col- ors. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FUR NECKPIECES AND MUFFS AT 20 PER CENT. OFF. We want to explain albout Uieso Furs. Furs of all kinds are one-third higher than last year. Prices throughout ai'D based on this year's re- ductions, as carried none over, consequent- ly regular prices are lower than many last year's garments offered at reductions now. But these low prices are further reduced to the extent ef 20 per cent, for this two day sale, and you can take your pick of any fur In the atore at that 20 PER CENT. OFF What Explains Its Enormous Popularity Is always 'the name perfect tea. Its quality never changes. Users know it is the Best Tea. Ask for it by name bend this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, LImiSid Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book tor uoe In Western Write name and address plainly. John McK-ain anil family left on the Fiver last night for Eureka, Mont., where thsy will reside in future. The Chief Justice of Alberta, Mrs. Washington Nov. lO.-T-he com- Harvey and Master Allan, have re-; wasningion turned home from an extended trip I mander 01 the 1 urtisn lorcci, ai Be'rut in a formal note addressed to Will Carry Experimental Farm Results to Farmers1 That 'the Dominion Department, of more practical and general applica- ' intends to launch some tion of those results, is the news cimrai'n to carrv the results of the .winch comes from Ottawa, experiments of the experimental The scheme is only in an embryo farms to tine farmers, thus gaining a as yet, but it is understood as university extension work, i. e., men will te put in the field to go riiht out to the farmer and help him in a practical way to apply what crn.mon.ts, declared that for every Mj.s E 0[ Miss Min- Miisselman killed in tlie bombardment. Vaselinak, one of the season's of any open and unfortified port, Miss Annie Hiley receiv- tbree British or French subjects will efj guests, among whom were the be immediately executed. i jijssc-s Finnic, llarvis, Vaselinak, The Turkish says, moreover, that petrzs. Games and dancing occupied the commander declined to t the evening. Victor -Records-1 for NOVEMBER All the new songs, new- dance music, and many beautiful new records by the great singers. These are a few of the titles: Ten inch, double sided, 90c for the two selections Came Ruth Arthur Fields 17637 Do It Ail Over Again Billy Murray ,Mary, You're a Little Bit Old Fa? hioned j Charles Harrison 17638 You planted a Rose (In the Garden ot Love) I Charles Harrison New Dance Selections Twelve loch, double sided, for the two ftha'Pavlowa Gavotte Vitftor Military Band 35403 IMelody in Half and HJf Vidor Military Band ,cmc Heriiaiion McKee's Society Orch. 353" IMightyLak'aRose McKee's Society Orch. New Harry Lauder Record 70UO The Message Boy Harry Lauder New Red Seal Records 64459 Silver Threads Among the Gold Maud Powell 88483 Berceuse from Jocelya McCormack and Kreisler ON SALE TO-DAY Tie "Mil (in eveiy cilj and bnmil oTnTooe to Mid he" M-tM OfJ Ik. Vlflot Reomk "d .a 300 p-r Miaial Encrclopedu, t Berliner Gram-o-phone Cp- ED Lenoir, Street r MONTREAL ViAor la Patronize Home Prodndts of experi- such bombariimcnt. mental farms, was in the city about 10 days ago, and it is understood that at that time he was preparing a report on tile proposed program te submitted to Hon. Martin Burrell. E. S. Archibald, superintendent of He Dominion Animal DEATHS IN CANADA'S EXPEDITIONARY FORCE is in the city today _ of inspection. He is conferring! with Supt. Fsirf.eld, of the cxpcri-j farm regarding w.ntsf nitling. exiierimtnts. A Lout 4" lifaii. of and 500 head of lambs wiil be used lor the experiments here I'm.; winter. itentti-J't on Ottawa, Nov. first list of HiVnVmlrv casualties to the Canadian expedition- ;__ ..nnnnro.-i in HIM issue 0! in the last issue or e These include ho have died since the E land_ Tlle llst Non Partisan Investigate 'Pte. Alexander Osi'vie, of the 4th jattalion, died October 16: Pte. Au- brey R. Thompson, Princess.Pau-'cm Light Infantry, died October 10; Color- Sergt. Ernest John Lock 9th battalion died October JO; Gunner Percy Saw- yer, divisional .aijtUier.y headquarters, tiled Oct. Corp. William O-den llth battalion, died October Herbert Smith, 13th Ibatliilion, died October 29. The" list-does Pte.JJOCK- rlll of Montreal kiKed at Liils. i The death is announced at Edmcc-j 1 ton of a former Lothbridge resident, i Mrs. Greenwood, wife of H. F. Green-: wood, at one time with the A. I. Co, and mother of Jiiss Dolly Greenwood, who has been a popular visitor here on several occasions in recent years. I Mrs. Greenwood was a daughter oil the late Col. Stewart, oi Quebec, and; a grand-daughter oi the Hon. John' Stewalt, founder oi' the Bank of Montreal. Mrs. W P T-ir.ilsjiy returned to the city on Saturday night. ''Winnipeg, Nov. suggestion for the appointment by ment of a lion-partisant board investigate western farming condi- tions Is the outstanding feature of tho report of the recent congress held in Winnipeg by the Dominion council of agriculture and representatives of the Canadian manufacturers. The report issued by Roderick Mc- Kemic today is a lengthy document and gives a view of conditions aftect- agriculture embracing every de- tail and points out in strong terms Lhat Western farms must be raado more attractive in order can be persuaded to go on the land and stay there. The recommendation oi tha congress suggests that the inves- tigation board should submit a schema to meet the western needs to the ap- proaching session of parliament so that no time may be lost, adding .a pledge that the fanners give the committee hearty, support in its ef- forts. Police Court Three drunks were dealt with by the magistrate tbra morning at po- lice court. One obstreperous poisoner threw a cup at one of the policemen after his arrest. He invited several newsboys into a restaurant for a banquet and then refused to pay for the meals. He was ordered to pay up anil was let out, on suspended sen- xaice. Two others were fined ?3 and and costs respectively. Form-er Ranch Inspector Arrested E E. Taylor, formerly ranch in- spector, was arrested in Calgary last night on a criminal LibBl charjp pre- ferred by W. G. Smith, of a London house, .who had been asso- ciated with Taylor in the flotation of an oil company. Mason Risch, Limited 791. 1 WESTERN BRANCHES. 404 5th Strttt South. A REBELLION Food Demanded. The human body will stand a lot of abuse bill sometime it will surely re- bel and demand proper food in place of the pasty, starchy, greasy stuff on which it has been made sick. Then is the time to try Grape-Nuts, the most scientific and perfect food in the world. A lady writes: "Three years' ago I waa very ill with catarrh of the stom- ach and was given up to die hy one doctor; I laid in bed four months and my stomach was so weak that I could not heap down medicine or hardly any kind of food and was so weak and em- aciated after four months of tills star- vation that my daughter could easily lift me from bed and put 'me in my chair. "But weak as my stomach was, it accepted, relished and digested Grape-Nuts without any'.difficulty the first time that wonderful food was tried. "I am now strong and in better health than for a great many years and am gradually growing still strong- er. I rely on Grape-Nuts for much of the nourishment that-I get. The results have certainly been wonderful In my case and prove that ho stomach Is so weak it will not digest Grape- Nuts. "My baby got fat from feeding, on Grape-Nuts. I was afraid. 1 would have to stop giving the food, to him, but I guess it Is a healthy fat for his health Is just perfect." Name given by Canadian Posturn Co., Windsor, Ont. Look In pkgs. for the famous little book, "The Road to Wellyille.' "There's a Reason." v Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from-timc to time. They arc genuine, true, and full of human oicr a Intortit. wise Clubs and Societies Will those who have knitting for the 1. 0. D. E. finished, maBe an ef- fort to hand it in this wcei as ear- ly as possible. The W. M. S. of Knox church will meet tonight in the school .room at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Virtue's section ot Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet- at her home tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock-. News Afresh Each Day-- Needs f T1! i Of Ihis uty Boys' Hosiery 22c A ifttle lot that represents splendid value has just been opened In tho Dry Goods Sec- tion. Hoys' Ribbed Hose, ribbed, only, sizes 6 to 10, warranted all wool, per pair Curtain Nets 16c A special snap offering of strong, sturdy Bungalow Net; also a line of colored Bordered Scrims. Your chance to decor- your window tor next "3 to nothing; per yard.. Grocery Snaps Tomorrow Phone 313 Apples, choice No. 1 Ontario Spies, 6 Ibs Gold Dust Bon Ami. Washing Powder Fels Nfiptha Soap, 10 hnrs for.........___ Toilet Taper, Oval, 6 packets for -250 Men's Night Shirts 69c Boys' Reefers Smart style Reefer CoatS for boys, great nmse of models. A clearance of soveral lines for bovs 2V. to (i years. Regular Men's Night Shirts, imported flannelette in neat colorings; sizes 15 to IS; 11.00 values. Just 60 In this lot Bach Special in Ladies' Sweater Coats J3.75 values in Ladies' Sweater Coats for 12.35. Fancy Knite, all wool, tiusle breasted, varsity collar, in colors slate, Bcariet, cadet navy, cardinal and Harana; bone buttons to CO gK Children's Sweaters match. Price Underskirts Ladies' Underskirts, silk, sat- in and moirette, beautiful shades. accordion pleated flounces, close ntting CO RK tops, regular Children's Sweater Coats, in plain and fancy knits, roll col- lars in all shades, sizes from 4 to 12 years. C4 4Q Regular Jl.85 ------4U Important Announcement Here's first mention of Santaland word to the little folks: We have last received news that'we must pass 'round. Santa Claus has left his Homo m the north with hundreds and hundreds of toys, heading for this store We will have the toys on display up-stairs very BOOH There will be Dolls, Hocking Horses, Soldiers, Soldier Suits, Indian Suits and heaps ot Mechanical Engines Toys. Our Fur Sale Now in Full Swing Come In And See The Furs Wonderful Bargains The Women's Auxiliary of St. Cy- prian's church will hold a sowing i ft towards the'enjoyment of the evening by their singing. An excellent pa.per was read by iss Berringer on 'the history of the ia'-r {or L'nion and mr. J. J rtnvnr rAad n naper. "In Our It is hoped members of the cqngpreja- tion, who have not contributed other- wise, will oiler suitable donations of work, candy or home made We ask liberal support, as 10 ter cent, of the proceeds is to be given to the Patriotic Fund. Last niglit a largely attended and most interesting of Knox Church 'West-minster- Guild was held in ihe 'School robin of the church. The meeting was of a patriotic na- ture and Miss. F-airbonks and Mr. Goo. Fleming both helped very much ini' great activity anil' the attend- ances are excellent. reminder The local Operatic So- tonight in St. Augustas all at eight o'clock, and all who p xpect to be in attendance are urged j o be there on time. Everybody wel-j ome. asses i Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry Good Coach Syrup Easily Cbeqpl Made lit Home I If some one in your family has j obstinate cough or a bad throat or chest cold that has been 1 I to yield to of Pihex-and make ounces..of Pihex -and make. 16 ihc'cs of cbugli syrup, and, watch on and refuses from any store oun I into 16' ounces v. I that cough vanish. Pour the 2% ounces Pines cents 1 worth) into a 16-ouhcc bottle and fill tho 1 bottle with main granulated suRar syrup Tho total coat is about M cents, and give; Iron 16 family a. 1 most rffectue remedy, at a savinR of !A day's use will usually overcome seierc court Tasiiy prepared directions with Keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste. Children like it. It's remarkable how promptly and easily it loosejis the dry, hoarse or tiirht cough and hells the innwaed rntra- I brants in a painful Wiutn. f A F1ULD TniXPHONL Belgian scouts making luse of one o! the latest additions to a modern army's equipment, to transmit in- formatics) to heidnuartors. In phis wai has complete control area which would.oUiw- lisible to control. and bronchial thus endiM the nt siatent loose cough. A Bplendid remedy for bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchi! asthma and whooping couf h. Pinex is a special an4 hijLWy coiwa tratcd compound of genuine Norway pine extiact. rich in guamctl, which is to wml fnn to ihe memnanei. Avoid disanpointmont by for "254 ounces of The ,yit Co., "Million Dollar Mystery" ONLY 6 MORE EPISODES Watch "Them Closely WEDNESDAY STARLAND lout Your Windows HowJjoJThey Compare With Your We are here to aid you -with our large stock of Curtain Nets, Scrims and Drapes of all kinds. We have a stock of the famous Kirsck Flat Rod', in stock too, just the thing to make your Draperies hayejthtit Different Look. SCEIMS, from per yard NETS, from per yard CRETONNES, from per yard WE INVITE YOUR IT WILL SURELY PAY YOU WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT. 15C 25 C -25C STANDARD FURNITURE CO. ;