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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVKMU1CR 11, 1010 THE LKTirrmtDt.'S DAILY HEHALD I'AGK liLEVEN The Last List of Alteration Sale Specials Wo arc usually very busy on Saturday night, with our After Supper Specials but I'oniglil, ousl'.l; to crowd the store to its i'Mjuiciiy us Ibis is the last Saturday of the Big Alteration Sale. We are on goods that, will be appreciated during [.he eold snap. Selling you goods than can save at least 10 to Sopor cent. Ladies Combinations Up to All grade of combinations on sale tonight at very special prices. Sixes to fit all figures. Watson's, Velvn mill I'oerless makes. In Tour sale lots priced. 75c. 95c. 119 1.75 Fine Wool and Cotton Blankets Our sale prices on Blankets arc exception- ally low and we have been doing a wonderful business in this department.. Pure wool, wool- nap and flannelette blankets at 1.35 1.75. 3.00 5.00 Ladies Vests Drawers Another big bargain in ladies' fall antl winter vests and drawers in white or natural colors. Three big sale lots, L-rieed. 29c. 49c. 69c Sample Toques Scarves By express tliis morning and just In time for the cold snap. ?100 v.-orth of sample toques, and knitted scarves in all colors. 35c. 50c. 60c. 75c. Gloves, Mitts CHILDREN'S GLOVES. White or cardinal. Sizes 3 to 6. C Special at CHILDREN'S MITTS. All col- ors. All sixes. A big lot on A A Sale at tUC BOYS' GLOVES. Heavy double knit. Oxford yrey color. Priced OUC LADIES' GLOVES. Kownes' finest all wool. White or black.............. 75c MEN'S GLOVES. In black, grey, khaki .or heather. Extra.Special Sweater Coats Two real bargains in child- ren's warm sweater coats. Pure wool garments in jerseys and sweater Sizes to 30 in this lot. Knitted Wool Suits A dozen or so sample lines of colored knitted wool suits for children on sale Childrens Coats On Sale Tonight Bring your girl down to the sale tonight and let us sell you a coat at the lowest prices of the seiuson. Coats to fit all up to M years. Materials, curl cloths, zibelines, etc. to 7.50 Another Big Sale of Ladies'Cloth Coats Values from up to Tonight This offer should crowd our new ready-to-wear department to the limit. You can choose from the largest stock of ladies' cloth coats in the city tonight and save at least on your purchase. Two big specials at and IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 'We will continue the Alteration Safe until Monday night to enable the hundreds of out of town customers whu are at present in the city to share in the wonderful bargains at this, cut price sale. Another Shipment Ladies Plush Coats A dozen or so of .the finest plush, coats .we have 'had' this season. Some plain plushes, bui the majority are trimmed -with furs of. en't kinds. Special prices for tonight. -I PHONE People's Forum COMMENTS ON MAYOR'S TR Provincial Gaol, Lethbridge, Nov. 6, Editor Lethbridge Herald: just got through read- ing Mayor Hardie's letter and filled ray pipe.' 1 do not know whether it was the pipe or letter that inspired me to rear on my hind legs ana" shout Who wouldn't be a and have such a bril- liant jnayor In charge of affairs. Why, ho can .flit away any old time to his dearly'beloved U.S.A. and make bush- els of money for the city. He made 32500.. in. this last short jaunt, and goodness knows how much he has made'in the many other frequent flights he has talten and my, if he was only allowed to have his own way, the results would be such that I am sure we would have to pay no more taxes. Of course, we do not. know how much he has made, ho is Who said black horse to oppose too modest to tell us, nor would we him or his off-man. Why'it's ridicu- know- about these thousands, only lous to.think of such a thing. I would some 'impudent cuss stjuibbed him about that, he had no business to do, as it was Mayor Hardie's personal affair, and !tli0 thankless tax- payer should be pleased that'he en- joyed himself and brought back that much money, even though he dlti not know about it. I hope the convention people down east didn't twig how smart our mayor is or they might steal him from us, and then again, look at the expense, a paltry sum of J1300. Why, it is only a drop in the bucket. when our optimistic mayor says so. -So after reading about all this money I thought, and thought, and thought of the twelve hours per suggest he be raised another The Citizens' Committee should..attend to this right away. We are needing some garbage cans I understand, and in the event of him'taking another.flit south to attend to this matter in the near future, look at the swath a J5000.00Q mayor would cut. Why those multi- millionaires would tumble over one another to visit if for no other reason than-curiosity. It would be a better advertisement than when we got the ad-picturcs oi Henderson park with the Stars and Stripes flying from all the spires on the domes. Why should we be down-hearted? We have Gait Park, which beats anything down old Macleod's water spout to save our friends from dying fev- er next spring. nlght for 3C5 night 1 have to work to! homo ta Chicago, andf we can earn 5549.00, and I became very sad, copy so I filled me another pipe. Scotch, did .you say? Oh no, those people that want us to be good put the ki- bosh on that stuff. And then I thought nf taxes and tax-sales. Perish the thought whilatiTOMMY JONES KILLS ENEMY we have such a cracker jack mayor Yours truly, J. Geoghegan. FOR WHITE FLAG ABUSE who can take a flit anil bring a few Nov. Thomas thousand back with him every of the Cheshire regiment has just been awarded the Victoria Cross for an almost incredible act. Accord- The treat that its lovers learn to exped: from a cup of BRAND" COFFEE, is always realized to the f for "Seal Brand" holds its aroma and flavour to the last spoonful in the air-tight can. }4, 1 and 2 pojnd tint. fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. 183 CHASE MONTREAL. ing to the Official Gazette, he. was with his company consolidating tne defenses of the front of a village. No- ticing an enemy sniper 200 yards away, he went out after him-, thtfugh 'one bullet went through-his-helmet and another through his coiU. He re- turned the sniper's fire and killed him. The Gazette continues: "Then he saw two more of the enemy firing at him, although they displayed the white flag. Both of these lie. also shot, and, reaching an euemy trench, found several occupied dugouts. Single handed he disarmed 102 of the enemy, including three or four officers, and marched them back to our Hues through a heavy bar- rage. He had been warned of the misuse of the white flag by the but insisted upon going out." For use in blasting a combined Mrs. P. S. CJiirko nr Crtinum. i.i itlng Mrs. R. H. McKay, :td7 7th Ave. south. The Art Needlework eluli will meet Jon Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Livingstone, north of the C. P. H. tracks. r Six members of tho OIKHJ-IK of Ave- Ion class of Westminster rlmrrh last night In the church very ably present- ed a short sketch entitled "The Min- ister's Wife." Other itoinn on the pro- gram included reading, choruses by the Junior choir anil dialogues. The church was well filled and the pro- yram was much enjoyed. The ladies oi the Red Cross were 1 in charge of the ten room at the Chi- nook club yesterday afternoon and in spite of the very inclenient (jiiitc a good crowd was in utteudanufi.' Mrs. Peter Lund, .Mrs. I-'airley and .Mrs. M. J. Gibson looked after the needs of the guests. i i IHTK The marriage aunouiH-ed ol1 Miss Cronbhlto and .Mr. 1C. H. Par- sons at Medicine Hat by Rev. A.1 ;CIaxton on Sept. 17th. This announce- ment comes as a great surprise to the many friends of the bride am! groom In the city. Mr. Parsons a tnum- ber of the Biiiik oi Commerce here1 until a few months ago is now in; .the branch of that bank at Glcicnon.] The has for a number of years; been a popular member of the' Union j Hank in the city; she is leaving Uth-; bridge the end of this month for Glei-1 chen, I Much eclat marked tlie ball given j last night by the bankers of the city in the Sons of England hall, which had oeen profusely decorated for the occasion with flags and streamers of red bunting. Behind n screen of palms land ferns Needs' four piece orchestra rendered a splendid program of dances, which at midnight was brok- en by the serving of a delicious sup- per. The dollar mark, the emblem of the banking institutions had not been overlooked as it appeared on the pro- grams and in larger form above the stage. Nothing had been forgotten by the liostR for the pleasure of their large number of guests and an unusually enjoyable evening was spent. Nearly all the graced the occasion with now gowns and corsage bouquets ol" roses were much in evidence. The committee who were in charge of the dance was composed of Messrs. C. F. .Miller, B. J. MacLeah. A. H. Smith, J. A'. Stenhouse and H. C. The patronesses present were Mrs. H, T. Hryinner, wife of the manager of the Bank ct Commerce, wearing a mid- night blue taffeta with jewelled net; .Mrs. A. P. S. Tatum, wile of the man- ager of the Union Bank, in black satin and lace with touches of crimson sat- in and red rose in the hair; -Mrs. J. N. Kennedy, wife of the manager of the i" a uainty frock of lemon colored net over satin of the same shade. Among the many present were; Mrs. F. L. Walters, in Nile green satin trim- med with ruffles of piiiK ninon; Mrs. 'Baalim, geranium taffeta with bodice of cream lace; Mrs. R. N. Bell, white chiffon and satin; Mrs. S. B. Mitchell, .black satin and flame colored ninon; Mrs. E. J. Sehl, black satin trimmed with deep yellow; Mrs. M. -S. Mc- Arthur, vieux rose taffeta and hand painted ninon of the same shade; .Mrs. Tailing, yellow satin, corsage of Ophel- ia roses; Mrs. L. T. Allen, peach satin and ninon with deep girdle oE satin; Mrs. R. W. Long, pale chiffon and taffeta over cream lace; Mrs. R. W. Wallace, handsome gown of white i.taffeta brocaded in silver; Mrs. Chas. Grant, white satin with bertha of point lace, girdle of coral satin; Mrs. E. C. Guilbault, pale yellow satin nver cream lace; Mrs. "VVm. Scott, black satin with touches of deep pink' black sation with touches of deep pink ninon; Mrs. Peter Lund, yellow satin over white with bands of mink fur; Mrs. J. H. Wallace, black lace over emerald green satin; Mrs. .Williams, (Killarney) deep plum silk poplin; Mrs. IX H. Elton, broad striped taffeta in pink shades over gold lace; Mrs. Fred Kenny, white lace "over yellow chiffon: Mrs. II. J. H. Skeith, white lace over white satin with sash of deep pink satin; Mrs. J. Virtue, Bel- gian bine satin with overdress of gold lace; Mrs. J. B. Turney, pansy colored taffeta; Mrs. Chaney, emerald green crepe de chene with bodice, of cream lace; Mrs. H. Ostlund, navy blue taffe- ta and ninon, cream roses; Miss Beryl Nlmmons, pink chiffon over satin; Miss Helen McKillbp, white brocaded crepe de chine, crimson roses; Miss Marion King, pink crepe de chine, gold passmentrie; Miss Marion Smith, pale pink taffeta with gold lace; Miss Isabel Smith, bebe blue-taffeta; Miss Hazelt, black lace over black satin; Miss Nellie crows' wing' blue shot taffeta and lace bodies; iMinne Hazell. alice blue crepe de chine with bows of old rdae satin; Miss Mar.iorie Hislop, white frilled net frock over very yellow satin; Miss Mary Simpson, yellow satin and dres- den silk girdle, yellow roses; Miss Helena Simpson, mauve crepe de chine with pink and mauve satin girdle, pink roses; .Miss vVinhie Kelly, black net over black satin; Miss Ivy Daw- son, white satin and georgette crepe; Miss Alice Ott, mauve crope de chine draped over cream shadow lace, pink roses; Miss Gladys Ott, pale blue ninon -over pink satlu, pink roses; Miss Agnes Dowsett, white shadow lace and satiu with touches of black velvet red roses; Miss Myrle O'Hagen flowered mauve chiffon over white; Miss Helen Richardson, rosn pink crepe de chene, gold lace girdle; Miss Dorothy Richard a on, mauve crepe de chine'with girdle and trimming of black .velvet; .Miss Mabel of gold with overdrapings of pink THAT WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON SALE FROM TO 1O Fall Suits In tweeds, serial'. In ol' srecn. navy blue ami block. Uvular rt-TQ At to Your cliolce Ionian Ladies' Winter Coats Spl'Midid ijnality tweeds. AIKO iiiuin "7 :lollis. Hog. lu JM.UO. Toniglit special 1 i 0 Children's Viri Kid and PaUMH Leather Slippers Sixes 2 u, While Tonight, pair TTZCC XECKYVKAK COH.V neck .scarfs and in I'ino wools and mercerized .silks. Black only. Mercerized scran's shaped to the nock with dome fastencr.s and finished with fringes. Regular Tonight, each 00 in. Fine Kitten Woo] Throws In. white, navy, reseda. Copenhagen-and purple. Regular Tonight. each Men's Pyjamas Ahuli- ill line French Klannrl. 11 and ?2.75. Special, suii JapancM- llilk llriiiUily docuratM with Pretty Flonil 'attcrns. f'int siza. Tonight, 4ch 2Sc Pint aii'.l each Japanese Tea or Coffee Puts 19c In bin" pattern. Small .Special TunliOit. BISCUITS Assorted Very specinl loniu'hl. 24c CUCOIISKKS: only. pleated chiffon: Miss Kenny, pink satin over white .Miss Beulau Kenny, pale blue chiffon anil black velvet girdle; Miss Esther Bonnell, yellow taffeta and gold lace. Ophelia I roses; -Miss Gibson, pink crepR de I chine and cream lace; Miss .Marion McCambly, Russian pink crepe tie chine, black velvet bauds; Miss Ethel Ainl. gold net handed with mauve sat- in; Miss Miriam Stoltx.e, russet green taffeta and tulle, Ophelia roses; Miss Attree, of Nelson, black net over blue satin; Miss Muriel Maclcod. black lace over cream satin; Miss Kate Brodie, white georgette crepe and taffeta; Miss 'Hilling, rose crepe do chine; Miss Blanche Hilling, pale pink crepe de chine; Miss Sybil McMeekin, blue brocaded satin and gnid lace; Miss Washbrook, blue crepe de chine and white ninon. Supt. Pennefather, Inspector f'han- ey, Lieuts. Martin and Skelton. Dr. Allen, Messrs. "Waiters, Baalim, Bell, Mitchell, Seifi, MeArthur, Tailing, Long, Wallace, Grant, Guilbault, Lund, Eltun, Kenny, H. J. H. Skeith, Virtue, Turney, Osthmd, R. A. 'Smith, Fred Rose, Patterson, Campbell Ainl, A, C. Jtaworth, Mavity, John Livingstone, Mclvor, Austin Skeith, Edward Hagell, Donald, Rossiter. Donald Duff. E. Kennedy, J. N. Kennedy, R. T. Brym- ner, Tatum, Edsett, Vradenhurg, Toombs, :Merton, McCready, Barnes, Carlyle, Oliver. Ross, Hal Morgan and others. cutting, cap crimping and fuae suiting' tulle; Misit chiffon over tool feaen invented by.a Wisconsin t white silk; Mian Dorothy Bcmtley, EBABV white shadow and accordion Glasgow. Nov. are the results of the Scottish League football games played on the grounds of the first named club today: Morton 2; Paikirk 0. Airdrieoniaus 2; Raith Rovers 0. Queens 1; Hibernians 0: Rangers 0. Kiimarnock 2; Third Lanark 1. Dumbarton 4; Dundee 3, Clyde 1; Ayr United 4. Mother well 1; Aberdeen 2. St. Mirren 1. Will You Forget to get to-day that necessary tin of Ointment Be sure, and obtain the real Mecca. ..-Do riot take any imita- tions or substitutes, A real good citrcjor all skin eruptions and. diseases. Contains no injurious or poisonous mailer. Foster-Dack Co. -Limited Toronto Sold in 25c., 35c., 75c. and sizes by J. D. HIQINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. JACKSON A CO.. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LTD. WM. H. MCCAFFREY THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Uunueiu (London) council has ro- fupcil to prohibit sireet cries, on the ground tlmt the poor wsulti be incon- venienced it they could not. hear when costers ivcre in the vicinity. Thos. Scott Receives Word That His Son Has Made the Great Sacrifice at the Front Thos. Scott, of Commerce, has re- ceived in a letter from a cor.ioral, the sad intelligence thai his son Robert, previously renorltui missing, is now i reported killed in action. The man who wrote found the body in "No! .Man's Land." There were no marks upon it, death evidently luiviug been caused by a rifle bullet. The snipers btlSy WmVu iuc- vui-ituini aim men found the body uml they had on- ly time to bury it in a shell hole. The boy's testament and wallet were re-j covered and will be sent home through j the war office. GIFT OF GOD Professor, Who Dislikes Colonel, Waxes Sarcastic 'j Xew York. Nov. S. Professor I Shaw, who .occupies the chair of osophy in New York University, is head of the University Wilson club. A strong admirer of President Wil- son, he dislikes Col. Roosevelt. To his class in philosophy Friday, Professor Shaw put this "Does anyone know the meaning of the name Col. Roosevelt's given "It means 'gift of a student replied. said the professor.- "Per- sonally, I do not wonder that God gave him away.'' There was considerable laughter, Tiotwithstanding the fact there arc more Republicans than Democrats in the class. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK IV.ILK AND DSLIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK Milk suppMcn from individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern, ment veterinarian. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. 8. New Fiction of Popular Writers Rhymes of a Red Cross Man. By Robert Service 1 OP JUiitS f I 3L The World Tor Sale tf By Gilbeit Park r 3 Gilded Vanity rt> By Richard Dehau V Dokeen and The Senti- ment Bloke, C. .1. Dennis Kitchener's Mob By Norman Hall