Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMDEI1 15, HMO PAGE SIX m "IMVFST WINDOW. A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS AT THE RE- ,N 01 U u _..... -------Nml) STYI.E VNJ) WORTH r wirmvx OIK WEST WINDOW. A SMALL i 11 AKt. REPRESENTATIVE STYLES FROM THIS oiM.ORTUXrrV EOR GARMENTS OF SUCH SPLEN DUCED PRU'E. DO NOT FAIL TO TAKE ADA AM EVEN 1N NORMAL TIMES. some fifty odd Milts and coats of. the very best and styles the season at cos Three Rousing Fri- day and Saturday, Newest "Suits and Coats in splendid variety, including Values and .es. at 122.50, famous Xonhwa with clos 'mi kc's v u 11 tluu look well hisrh or Belted or scmi- lu-lu-d effms. silk lined vliv.mglio.u. Skirts eut the popular full flare style. Plain with k'lr and -liirriiia' at waist. Materials are lovely quality cheviots and sei'srcs in navy, brown, sjreeii and black: grey tweeds in splendid qualities and a few stripes and novelty mixtures in navy, brown and khaki. -.All tailored in the best possible vvny. up to 42. REAL BAR- SEE' OUR D1S- Valuesat .and (.'outs ill "'iris, small and and la arc shown in this, lot', in a vancly df si-vlc-s. cloths anil colors to suit alinosl any taste. Thc'l'iill loose backs or helled effects make the most of the showing. .Largo convertible some forming cape effects. Materials arc the best you will. see. anywhere. even if you paid the regular prices and include pure wool tweeds and plain boucle cloths in green, navy, brown, tan, etc. A beautiful selection won- derfully cheap. Rich New Silk Dresses In This Three Day Sale) cheap a< drosses could possibly he and as good will seo anywhere a, S17.50 and In lac-, are our rr.iVu-lav lines which have sold right along ai: for uick sale tins week end CLAR 612, 3rd. Avenue, South, Acadia Bldg. The Ladies' Store Lethbridge MOST DEPENDABLE FURS A lovelv showing of latest' styles in matclied sets of best grade Ermine, Hudson Seal Fjtch. Canadian Beaver, Iceland Fox. Leopard. 3Iannot, Wolf. Etc. Muskrat Coats. Two Special Values Thirty Just up to The finest showing have had this season; offering the "Teatest variety of smart new styles in loose and betted effects. Plain and fiuvirirmnedr Sizes 16 to 42. All Trimmed Hats on Sale Values up to 10-One price Take your pick of the entire'lot. Home twenty odd to Very smart new styles. Small and large shapes. FISH HATS AND OTHER POPULAR MAKES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SHOWING ALL BRAND NEW THIS SEASON BUT CLEARANCE TIME HAS COME AND WE'RE MAKING THE PRICE LOW ENOUGH TO MAKE THEIR IT CERTAIN.'. 612, 3rd Avenue South, The Ladies' Store Acadia BIdg. LethbHdge Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT PRICES. BECKER YATE.S PHONE 1384. What the Press Agents Say At Starlancl i Ruth the beautiful dramatic actress, who recently appeared at i Starland in "A Matrimonial Martyr" and created a sensation playing a dual role, will be seen again tonight and tomorrow in another Pathe's Gold Rooster play "Comrade This iis probably one of the most expensive- 'iy and elaborately staged productions i shown in the city tor some time, and the name, Pathe. is sufficient guaran- Uee of the nuality of the picture. A good comedy will also be shown and Miss Simni and Jlr. Fleming will sing a duel. On Friday and Saturday Star- land's patrons have another treat in store when William Farnum, who lade such a hit in "The Spoilers" will Residence or Apartment House Site For Sale Best Location in City for Apartment House Corner 9th. St. and 8th Avenue. Three large Tots en block, 75 by 145 Facinu either street or av- enue. Block 4, Duff Bargain for quick sale. Send'- offers to GEORGE T. BERRY P. O. Box 40 Strathmore, Alberta WELL-KNOWN ONTARIO WOMAN SPEAKS. Welland, am most pleased to iay that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- tion has proved appear in an even greater triumph of the screen, "The Plundprer." At the Empress "The Middleman" a splendid produc tion is the feature at the Empress to- night. ,The owner of the Tatlow Pot- teries, Joseph Chandler, is in serion.s financial straits. He is visited by rep- spends the evenings, he again loses heavily. On his way home he is ac- costed by a masked stranger, who. having learned of the valuable papers at General llleriat's house, and desir- ling to possess them; volunteers'to give Jules some gold if he will.obtain the papers. Fearing exposure by De Vor- chien, to whom lie owes a considerable sum and being reminded of this fact by the stranger, Jules agrees to the other's demands. The son, masked is iaboijt to get the military secrets when 1 his father awakens. There is a strug- gle in which tile son Is wounded on the arm with a knife. The son, later es- capes with the papers and exchanges them for the gold. a first-class resentatives of a committee of his remedy. 1 was I and is informed that the pot- run-down, weak teries nmst be This state- and played-out, and i men[ excitement among a townspeople, as the whole popula- tion is dependent upon the works for a living. Among Chandler's employees is Cynls Blenkarn, -who is experlment- "A C'-n ?S bStcr and a neK glaze' With llis as" Sm let, iHis.ant, Jesse Pegg. he examines the You may F.av that j result of his last experiment, and finds 'Favorite Priscrip-i that the last specimens are perfectly g jonly reason' that the enormous pro- duction of Henry W, Savage's "Every- will be seen at the Majestic next Monday. There are only six cities in Western Canada that will be visited by the attraction, these being Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmon- iton, Calgary and Lethbridge. After playing Lethbriilge next a special train will rush the company to Great Falls immediately after the night show, and .will make the trip in record ti.me, -to get the company to Great Falls in time to. stage a special :i matinee in. that city on Tuesday after- noon.- Manager Brown, of the Majes- tic here, realizing that the- night per- formance will attract'the largest crowd oE theatre goers ever assembled In this city, has1 made Arrangements for a i special matinee on Monday afternoon, I as the company .will arrive in Leth- bridse from Calgary at one o'clock on Monday morning. In addition to the company, which numbers some 75 people., including their own symphony orchestra; there yill also be 'required about 00 local people, to act ca- pacity of stage hands, dressers and assistants "behind the scenes." Any persons interested in the inner work- af an enormous attraction such j as "Everywoman" should communicate Immediately with the manager of-the Majestic theatre here.' Mail orders for seats are coming In fast from :all over the country and city, and intending patrons should avail themselves of this opportunity of securing scats be- fore the regular1 seat sale opens at Hcdleys on' Thursday. IJESTIC ONE DAY ONLY Next Mon., Nov. 20 The fact that fnftu- nately situated on the direct route from Calgary to Great Falls is the DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witdiell Office It Kennedy's 410' 13th SV i OEO. FLAKIOAS, E. Main and Stoto Sis., Welland, Ont. THIS PRESCRIPTION IS FOR YOB. If-you suffer from hot flashes or dizzi- ness, fainting spslla, hysteria, headache, or nervousness you are not beyond re- Dr. Pitrce's Favorite Prescription ii directed to thn real cause and promptly i removes the disease, and thereby bnnga comfort in the place of prolonged misery. It has been sold by druggists for nearly 50 years, in fluid form, at per bottle, riving general satisfaction. It can lion Be had in sugar-coated tablet form. Sold by oil medicine .dealers or tnal box mail on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. Every woman may consult us C} letter, absolutely without charge. Write without fear im without fee, K I Faculty of the Invalids' Hotel, Dr. V M i Pierce, President, G63 Mam St., Buffalo, N.Y. _______ Dr. Pierce's Pellets arc as I Lircr Pill. Smallest, casial to lalx. Om linv Sugar-atalcd Pellet a Dose, yiin Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Mmi ness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilioui Attacks, and all (Icrnnecment of the Liver Btomocb and Bowels. )ut glared and translucent. that his discovery will revolutionize of pottery, and. ac- companied by his two daughters, he bursts into the present of Chandler and his creditors. The creditors are quick to see the possibilities of tho new discovery ami inform Clnir.dlcr that they will be willing to back him to any extent in the manufacture of the new ware. There is also a war weeitiy and an Ellio comedy. will be easily relieved by taking a spoonful of At The-Orpliciim "Court Martialed" is the feature at the Orpheusi tonight. Jules, the scapegrace son of General Bleriat, overhears a conversation between his father and a messenger about some precious military secrets. At "The Stag" a roulettu club, where the sou after each meal, it fortifies the throat and chest while it enriches the blood to help avoid chitis and even pneu- monia. Scott's is well worth insisting upon. Scolt it Howie, ont. MISS SIMM, MR. FLEMING ALSO A FIRST CLASS COMEDY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS Ruth Roland mid William Elliott in "Comrade John" A SPLENDID PATHS GOLD ROOSTER PLAY IN FIVE PARTS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS William Fariium in "THE PLUNDEREK" THE ONE AND ONLY COMPANY 7th TRIUMPHANT TOUR Read Criticisms "Gorgeously spectacular and World, Oct. "A realistic blending of joy pathos, of tragedy nnd' com- Srly. Worth Glohe, Oct. 101G. One of the greatest successes the modern stage and should uur witnessed by every "class in coininimily.'Toronto Sat- urday Night, Oct. 7, 191G. j PRICES 50c 76c and 50c SuaU at Hedlcy's Thurs., 10 a.m. Ponlisylvjinia permits operallou ol tracliliisa trolleys.