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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRHXGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914 The Store Phone 453 Block the tremendonsfy power of i spent is SALS PMGES specially featared in the appended list, y the; most panted kinds of every, de- r ybii that this is one of the most important Saturday Bargain List's-, e've'r pub- iis stpre is putting it .mildly, for never before have we ..offered Mill- .Eeady-to-Wear Garments together .with the smallsr-but no less important items., of .dress, .Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets and Waists, and. Bras- Goods, Dress Goods, etc., at such exceptions! reductions so early in the season. Every item is talten from our regular stock which isi a of Mgk quality, and all aremarlsed at an extremely low one-day bargain in every instance are exactly as stated. Many Savings That Will Make a Visit to This Popular Store Well Worth While-Make a Note of Them are extending many price; inducements throughout the store for tomorrow. Chief among these specials are the Furs on sale in the Beady-to-Wear. These are all marked regardless of'cost. ,For, that reason "we expect scores of ladies to share in these remarkable values. up to Newest mixtures in the deep rich au- tones for skirts, suits or dresses; inches wide; a-lovely collection-at "about.-half price.Saturday.. HOSIERY SALE Worth up.tO; 35c, 3 pair Plain and ribbed Cashmere, .sizes.Sty- lo 10 inches .arid heavy ribbed worsted nose for 'boys' and .girls' school wear; sizes 6 to 10 inches. GIRLS' SWEATERS Worth up to Sixes two "to- eight or ten years, made .military-effect, in navy or :red. touttoned down side, belted. _ CHILDREN'S LEGGINGS Worth uprto 75c to 'five ye'ar sizes, whits or red', finely taiit wool yarn, serviceable and very cosy. up to 35c Taffeta, and-' 3Duch- .esse up in. colors.- T SALE .Worth, tip to .'.Yarious odd lines in- eluding all the wanted sizes. WOOL GLOVES Worth up to 40c .-Woollen's, Cashmer- r.'Al'i v: UNDEKWESR UNION SUJTS White "or .natural, col- or, all "regular" ladies' sizes. UNION Finest pure ;opl, high or'-, low irhvrt.erelong sleeves. VEYILLA SUITS Finest purb guaranteed not; to shrink. I DRAWERS --L White or natural ors, wonderfully RAJAH Worth "up to Tailored linens as well, all in best styles. SATIN PETTICOATS V up to S7.00 Moereens and .Satins also in' every imaginable color.; BABIES'. OVERALLS Regular 75c value White wool, finely, knit, splendid' Satur- day value; FOR Long-: Squirrel; -get -ilQO Pointed Leopard Set ISO Black Cone j Set. Isabella Striped 167.50 r.50 Besf 'THE CLOSING JALE: OF READY-TO-WEAR _ I the Newest Styles ifi Siiits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses at remarkably Sale____-. UP All" newest styles in Tweeds, Blanket Bale ...516.75 WORTH UP TO Any suit in the store at this price, navys; novelties. Dress" Sale vv-. Price TO VALUES v Silks and Cloth Goods in very tiest styles, -air included Skirt Sale WORTH UP TO Every skirt in the store included -without reserve.; Growing mskes-. i' Jieavy.. demands upon great success.. The .hall was taxed, to i its utmost capacity, and the committees ._oi on enjoyable" and most pleasant time i -for their select gathering, and take j this opportunity extending j heartiest thanks for. their .-presence. Pm-es for card, playing xrere won by j jNIiss W. Kelly and' Mr. R, Kennedy. I When the. affair was closed; everybody ii fJDr be-, and providesljifet the; sort of niDurishmbnt v barley malt; j digest..... tM) Company, 'Miss Helen Lsthbrid'gei" of' Calgary, j took hoaiV a wish'to. is a. R..F. The A. 0. F.. and Companions of Forest will hold a joint social and ia Burgmann's Hall on Dec. 3rd. CARLSON In the presence o-i a lew Intimate an early, a similar treat. Miss Arnold presided' at the piano. At the.-meeting' of the Women's Aux- iliary of 'St. .Cyprian's HOLD CONCERT TV- REJOICE OVER WIPING OUT DEST 'The Fifth Avenue Baptist- church was the-scene Thursday-; -night, of _ great rejoicing on the part of the .arrangements were made -for -their .congrega-tion.- Over :S500 of annual-bazaar to be held in Dowsley jio'tes- burned, and these repre- Mulhern's old offices, Sherlock: sented debts that have been cleared Bldg., Friday afternoon, November j away sbce ths advent-of .the; preseat ____ __ 7 j y. v- _ j friends, the wedding was solemnized'20th. They will have on .sale iancy j pastor, Rev. H. Elmer.-JGrreen. yesterday-'aftcrnqon, in, plain Particles, in the afternoon the ladies held a John E. j made cooliing, as well as "a booth of saia Of needlework and other -articles, Ness .of Carmangay, and Miss Nannie'dolls'and all kinds of doll's clothes'. huge, sue-, j- church" was crowded most -the evening iuilding crowd Carmangay. IN'iTOO -UX itlili 1> LLUAlO _ unequalled. Extra-Special ..Per Just one day left to Muds6iif r _ Bay Quality Furs Ms tremendous ductiohs. Calli in tomorrow an otir stock-it will pay you MEN'S HOUSE- SLIPPERS Jn striped velvet -effect, warm and cosy, all Regular LADIES' PLUSH COATS, 3 only black, very new -stylesi' Mmona sleeve, yoke effect, piped'with sat- in, :lined throughout .-with Italian lining, fastening- with elastic cord loops and self, covered buttons, cut- away Regular MEN'S AMERICAN ELK 'BLU- CHERS black and 'tan; soft- selected- elk, waterproof all sizes, values LADIES' DRESSES; style, in-Panamas and. Serges, with long -sleeves, roil Roman stripe silk, lo girdles and. trimmedV witiv buittons '-LADIES' FALL COATS Tweeds, also heavy coatings :-s arid' Teddy Bear Cloths, in, of pleasing colors; all new models.-" Regular C1 9 flflv Special 9 MINERS' BOOTS, biueher good strong boots for rough all Ci QQ Regular ?2.50 13 (by GennanviAdmlralty has dedared that of the .North Consequently, t FOR NOVA SCOTIA DYNAMIT.E AT EDMONTON; hd' this has led London, Nov.. .'Alder- _ son commanding tjie- -Canadian-., con- that 7 A. .-TO-oa'.'nn-fnnt-' Wnw who himself joined.the army, at Halifax, is taking an. est in the formation of a. -tody. oi Nova Scotia Highlanders 'the. general all. the contingent. Tw.elvtetthousaad. dol- lars will lie children. Recruiting, News. Scarce Word regarding the contingent still'- f ails Stewart new orders for publication, vlt Is., ex- 'pected som-ething. wffl come .through of >the .Thc..'city'is feeding about 15 'time., social: and at was. last-night, so. that if 'found to .be not p-hysicajly fit. the city .-could ;takij steps to povlde for them accbrdikgly. last ,hall WIJ5--.-1WUCB.; >-wi- -v Patrick's to tributcd .to; the wai and- ,the-> evening the burning .of the. notes Rbssppastor ot the jFirs't.: Baptist churoh., This''.was ''teatur? ,oi 'the! levening; arid-cthe cause There :was; "large, representation: from the other churcbes in the city.; The. ;gram was opened-, of BOTHA MAKES OFFER ;v TO: REBELS; lannouncerl at. Pretoria that 'the tfob- been given r from that1? cit-v: All so surrcn- cars -to ;.be the northern portion .Sea. is ftee of mines. the sailing of, neutral ships -along uniforms" for .route -is." by..-.danger. Tte There is-' however, for vessels- sail- ing throiJg-h the southern portion ,of. the-North Sea, -and-an area announc- ed by: as-..being free; .of Jhat there is 'danger, the A-d- niiralty says' isj-proved by .the-news- paper in -Nor- way, whtch declares1 .that during 'iV TnQ. -'Canadian'" during" with" 20 feet- of -fuse an-d: rseyeral: "caps, p newly dug been .spot .r-f.or three" J days gnd stay also Cbl5; officers unit to its out east'- side of Geritral avenue, Fort G-aorge (to Cameron .streets-.' occurred'; some iodd ot -tlie ;The "homeli on .further part Readers t who have, acted' -to' of civilized: warfare from 2.30 o'clock; iwith estimated' -Richard. Spokane, lost; --his a ;