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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER Ni. 1914 THE LETHBIUDCE DAILY HERALD PARK ieces of Women's Vests Drawers and' Combinations On" Sale Discount Of 10 to 25 per cent. rE HAVE been holding back this big Uuderwear Special un- til the people really needed warmer underwear. Now is 1 tho proper Quit shivering; belter buy underwear than medicine for cold. This lot consists of odd lines and samples, ail real good merchandise nt a big discount. 'gams in WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Two or thrco kinds, Watson's, Peerless, Health Brand, sixes to 40; some all wool, others half wool, with half or full length kneca anil sleeves; regular up to. fid WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Fine Cashmere wool combina- tions, u.lBO samples worth up to will so saia -it ..--------4? B TIGHTS Black 'wool mi's t ure, clastic at bands, on sale jjor pair WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Hea'th brand, all wool, short sleeves, also odd lines of Wat- son's, up to All nt ono price 15'1 WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Silk tuicl wool, finest grade, also silk, regular 54.75 to will bo cleared out at WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Heavy "llceced" white ribbed suits, regular style, closed crotch, regular value; sizes 34 to Ail cne price (I VESTS OR DRAWERS, "plush" lluiEli inside, heavy cotton, in wiiite Each 0. S. VESTS OR For. iarse'.women, natural shade or on sale'each 'SHORT light' all special at VESTS OR DRAWERS; special line-of Ladies' fine ribbed wool mixed, sizes 34 to 40 Per garment vwva all wool resta regular .and 12 only clearing at... CORSET COVERS, flr.e Jersey white cotton, size 36, 38; on sale SSc. Cotton and wool mixture on sale....... stock o! A splendid .stock of Children's Vests, Drawers, Combinations and Tights'to.be sold at a discount ot 10% for the next three days No better stock of Child's Underwear in Southern Alberta. ;Vesis at, each........ Drawers Combinations, each Black "Tights at, eacii. a .35c, 48c up to 75c up to 75c .35c, 40c up to 5fic Selling Out "Sale of -Boys'" and Men's Underwear We.-arq closing out our complete stock of Men's and Boys' Wear., Vtfiy pay regular prices eiseivhcre when you can buy them here at Wholesale Prices? Also Men's and Boys' Sweaters, es, Mitts Overcoats, Toques all at Selling Out" Prices The Busy Stoie For olje day are giving a can of Eggo Baking Powder, Free, with ev- ery purchase. Phone 1657 Phone 1657 Fototoevper Cnt rSufiar, B. C., 20 Iba Croahiery Butter, 3 Ibs Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs Datea, ijer pound i.. Fregh Uggc, per dozen Ontario Cheese, 2 tbs 4-lb pail (new season) 76c Salmon ....15c 25c Roii9t Deof, 1-lb Un ,.30e Jonnthaiu Applet, citing and f pel case 65 per i.. ,3B0 jier dozen 35c .55c ...10e ...SSb lac Post Toasties, 6: for Corn Flakes. 3 for Pulled -Wheat 2 for Shrouded S for Trisouit, 2 tot Hobin Hooa Rollod Oats Quaker Oats Cream ot Wheat 50e .25c 25c 25C 15e and doc Dkt 20c Oiapo Nuts per pkt ije Christie's Sodas fresh stock Per put lOc, 25o-, 35o Cnsco (fpr shortening) tin 3Sc Lard, Per nail 50c, 75c A SO Central Cash Grocery On Oar lino 801 .Otli S. Duft Add. The Ladies' Phone 453 Acadia Block Tuesday--Wednesday Bargains Winter Wesinihles in great variety and equal to every demand, specially priced for a two day sale Kiiiioiia Cloths 'WORTH UP TO 35c Newest velours in heavy chocks, otc., in yrey, cardinal, 'brown and other Dress Goods Sale WORTH UP TO 75c Neat checks In colors navy, t brown, cardinal, green etc., -12 cellonl value. ine, hello, K itie, ex- naerwear Gloves and Knit Goods ami other Cold Weather Ne- cessities reduced lor this two day sale Woollen Hosiery Heavy ribbsd, size (i to 10 inches, for boys and girls' school wear; very cheap at the price Union Suits High grade, pure wool garments of the better sort, worth up to Perfect fit- tins and excellent val- ue. Toques and Caps Worth up to 50c Boys' and Oirls' skat- ing Caps in a col- lection of styles and. colors, all at the one prici1. And ReaUy-to-Wear Continues COAT SALE Worth up to 527.50 SUIT SALE Worth up to 535.00 Grey Squirrel Sets ?52.0C 5100.00 Pointed Fox Set Leopard .Set Black Coney Set 590.00 Isabella Fox Set Irn. Ermine Set 524.00 Nutria Beaver Set Electric Seal Set Iceland Fox Set.......... All other Furs at similar reductions areas? Safe of Ladies' Coats James manager oi the Union Bank at Barons, was married nt Knox church, Calgary, to Jliss jVIargaret Thompson. will re- side at Barcas. A very -interesting gathering is be- ing held tonight at the Fisst Bap- tist church. The Ladies' Aid, (Presi- dent, Mrs. A. Evelyn has ar- ranged for a supper, commencing at C o'clock, in celebration of the pas- tor's birthday. A large gathering of the congrega- tion and friends 'is expected, and there vvill be an ofiering for Baptist Rev. II. E. Uresn, of'the North Bap- fist church, and there will te a pro- gram of songs and readings, con- j eluding with an exhibition ot lantern St. Mary's W. A. will hold a cof-l fee supper on Thursday evening at 7.3U in the Parish hall. A good pro- gram has been prepared. Westminster League will meet ihis evening at 7 o'clock. Teach- ers' training class at 7.-15. The history and current event sec- tion of the Jlathcsis club will meet j at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. M. Grigg, 121-1 Gth Avc. S. The Daughters i; Maids of Eng- rAni P TH IllUr TUT MiK r i Hfllfr I Hr LU1 LL fill HnVL ItIL Ufl I (CONTINUED FROM PXGB Lethbriilge, May 1U11. George Robinson, Esq., Secretary-Treasurer, City of Lethbridge, Dear have yours of the 3rd, instant in reference to the handling' of cases in the Police Court, attend- -ynce at Council meetings, etc. In reference to the first item, I land sewing class will meet at Mrs. j quits agree with Magistrate Ball that Meredith, 719 15th St. N. tomorrow lit is not the duty of the Chief of afternoon at 2.30. Tho committee of Lethbridgc operatic society will he in a position to malic some interesting unnoimccine'hts. the meeting of -the Police to prosecute criminal mutters I ril Police Court. The theory, of! the ths Grown in such matters is that it Clearance- of for All lliia soaKon's newest models. Fancy I se-ryes plain colors, curl clotliK in fjlack and navy; bluck white choclcg, and a great variety or heatlior mix- tnrcs. Not a j 1'iss tlrnn jug tomorrow t in the lot worth Late arrivals in small lot of those .Metalassie Cloak ings just came (o hand; mono tono and two' tone effects; all wool cloths. Full 54 inches wide-. Regular Per van! I In the Flower flection Per dozen to Carnations, per Rcses, p-or dozen Flowering at. lante ;ind Ferns 50c and 75c Floral Designs and Funeral Dec- orations promptly filled at very moderate prices society iic.cme.nt5, tht y in St.. _ istin's hall to- The meeting is a i general one and 7 every stage enthusi- ast of the city is urged to attend. The G. F. CIulJ will meet wi.th Mrs. Geo.'Jennings, 633 5th St. S. to- o'clock .slides by Mr. A." Evelyn Smith, il-j morrow three lust-rating'the present war. j sharp. Mr. who w: Knox church tomorrow evening Theodor Fossum of Winnipeg, i Wesley church will he 'ill appear at the recital ia' debat-e in the Wesley Tlis Voting Bible Class will hold a social of -ind hall tomorrow is the duty of the persons making complaints to loot after the prosccu- tion ot these caaes until a prima facie case Ksing established, the ac- cused is committed for trial and then the Crown 'inter-. -ues; In cases of great public importance the Crown will itsalt iabc the matter up ou re- port being made to it. Criminal pro- secutions are essentially Crown mat- ters, and I have never been able to see why this city should go further in connection with them than the the Crown itself is prepared to go. Of course m regard' to city bylaws 1 1 and matters of that nature the posi- evening' at 8 o'clock, the subject ol IS altogether .different. Those re Cl1 the finest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sa- the debate to be, "Resolved, that the dowsbl. icnishins of Germany will Ko in the I Iook if it Is the, intention Clubs and Societies The Young People's Society of Knox church meats tonight', at eight o'clock. The leader of the topic will be Mr. Carson o! the Y.M.C.A, The members of St. -Cyprian's church, who are donating fancy work for the .bazaar to be held in-tha Shar- lock block Friday afternoon from three to six o'clock, are kindly re- quested to send their donations to "Urs R Kellogg 1266 btUb, S Tuesday, if as the-, commit- tee are to meet m ire e en ng to ar the Ihe home cooking can be sent to ihe Sherlock 1 ildirg tridaj morn HE; 01 oe ore o-thirty o clock in the atternoon len percent of the protends of this will le gu7n to the Batriofjc Eund The Big or Knox chtich vvtll hold a pantrj sale of home ccokms and in L C Teeples sto e neft 21 18li An> donations Le thanifullj ie b> the presi dent Miss Franc 1372 Ilie iiiitds rcilued uill be uced for charitable x The W Hard Union C T U meets ith Ceo ashbrook LiEvnanage on ThurSdaj after 'iiocn. crushing of. Gcnsiany will tio in best interests ofTthe worW." class tie men oi the cit> to spend tie evening them T Tlie Companions of the Forest will hold their regular meeting in Str Mary's Parish hall tomorrow even- ing at 8 o'clock. The Nursing Mission is in need of warm underwear for; women and chil- dren. Men's worn underwear can. also te used. Will those having either un- or othei uarm clothma tojin connection with spare, kindly send them, or phone the Mission and they "will-be called for, which the city should if it Is the inten of the City Council to prosecute all c-ises in the Police Court it uoulii seem cleai that the time nvohed be ..h" sane as that un by the Police Magistrate. Mo doub would he some 'drunk' case and that sort of thing, in which, t-h services of the prosecuting counse would not be but this woui he more than balanced, by the tim involved, outside of court' in the ex animation of witnesses and preparin Bath Mais Another shipment these well known Bath .Mats; neat pat- terns in blue or green, revers- ible, washable cotton, size 15 In the lot, worth ?2.aO. Al! one a nsjy Sweater Coats For the little Coats for these cold days; smart plain and fancy knit effects. Come in colors navy, red, grey, tan and cadet; sizes :i to 12. Regular d Tomorrow n ctew Men's Pyjamas Time to 'buy winter weight Pyjamas. TSiis is a line of Im- ported English Flannelette suits Good colorings and neatly finish- ed. value g.ig Tomorrow, per suit B swU Men's Over- shoes Ono buckle style Overshoes for men, heavy rubber uizt'B in the tut, reg. (g ?1.75; per imir "P Grocery Specials .-Sunlight Soap 28 for R. C. Washing Pow- der, 2 for 2 packets Powder Bon Ami 2 for................. Apples, No. 1 X. Spies 7 Ibs for 25c- Time to look out your skates! Our Winter stock of Skates and Skating Boots has just arrived. You wili find hero every com wea- ther nead: Smart Sweater Coats, Mackinaw Coats, Furs, Over- coats in great variety. the cases. from .this 'would to be deducted the proportion oi tim- .The Art and Literature section tve f latliesis ch b will meet ith s J A ir mg 112 13th St S tomo attcrnoon at threp o clock pnan s V "i P A ill meet in T r MI roam this. CTLU mg at c aht o c ock Canon oi Oard toi xvill give a Ian {ern Ictturc on the Prayer and a 1 cart> is extende al! to attend YOJ Cant Afford to Miss LUCILLE LOYE AT THE EMPRESS THE VICTOEIOUS ONRUSH OF SUSSIANS The dfstinre between Uio two- olsck ifiics IB the dlstaico tho Russians lave driven the Gormans October IG.th, Thn..Russians 'by capltuv Kolo the retroat of pirt of tlio nmv to Poseh and bo able to set m belilna Hie lino ot German entrenchments and compel the retirement of the whole line across tlie frontier. undoubtedh form part of the Citv bohcitor s business Tins I take it he will be a comparatuel small .part, of the business involved as are u ualli short and it i the heavy criminal eases which oc cupy most oi' Ihe time. Iji reference to attending Cquncl meet'ngs it is difficult to'saj f i utuc iliai altncugh thfrro nr, regular memoes a month number of special meetings i prohablv uncertain. I have for. tine pist Leen mg tins question of the City bohci considerable thought as assume the Council fujlv recognize! that tho an ount the U.U So Iicitor now Is b) no an adequate remuneration for the ork performed and it has looked U ma as n the time is approach mg uheii the uould to ap- pont a City who his time to the busi ss and supplj that solicitor stenographer oflice, etc Th" citv mi0ht of course secule tic services of a joung man mr a month but m this casft tliej uould ccrtamlv to haxe in addition n corpora fion counsel or to engage special counsel to hold hciefs and adv ise up on important -mailers l I a furthci expendi turo of at least SI 000 per annum This might possiblj be avoided by faecurinc; the services oi un aider man jut the citv rould scarcel) get the nati it would require tor less than 53aU per month so thai profcablj the first scheme siiggcsteil would be the 'hcapcr uaj S7oO per innum for saLrv of stenographer and "IS'iO per annum fuhich be a erv small imounfc) (or office sta loner) fuel and light this uould nvQhe i cost to the city of at least 14 iOO per so fat as my firm is ccocem d quite reeogrifce tint tying up mac averj morning the pQhce .ourt mean wo should -nc to an extra member of rRjfessioii to oiir jjfcaf I have istussetl tie natter with my part- and havo decided your to nmunication m o tto Cit> Solicitor's work as ir be past attending afl Counqil meet looking aftei all prosocu- tious in the Police Court lor three thousand dollars per an- num. Yours truly (Sgd.) C. P. P. Cony-bare, City Solicitor. POTATO EMBARGO Ottawa, Ont, Nov. 12. The partment of Agriculture has succeed ed, through negotiations, with the Un- ited States authorities, in securin? such modifications, of the embargo against the importation potatoes from Canada into the: pnitod State: u vill allow of. the. resumption, o. this important -export trade, excep under slight restrictions, in s.ome lo calities Asa resujt _of negpti.ayons, the Dn ited States authorities have non drafted new regulations, 'which allow of potato export trade to tlie United States- boing resumed -under certain measures of inspeciion and certification. The.. Agricultural department .pas been conducting a vigorous campaign with a view to stamping out or prac- tical control of powdery scab in po- tatoes in Canada, and these efforts have been, successful. The embargo was placed on Canad- ian potatoes by the United States in December of last ysar. because oC the existence o'f powdery scab in some potatoes CARD OF THANKS' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moen and ,fani' ily desire to thanlc their many friends, for kindness and sympathy, shown iis their recent bereavement. GREAT AUTHORITY ON WAR 'The death of Major-Gencral Hu- bert Hamilton, who commanded tlie Third Division of Sir John French's army, is a serious 'loss to the army, ys a British war correspondent, ie knew as much about war as any iving soldier, having seen active ser- ice first of all in Burma, and Rfter- ,'ards in the Soudan and in South Af- rica. Lord Kitchener had a very high ipinmn of him et er since he made [is actiuimtance In and this pinion "was confirmed whou, durinr Jie latter nari o( the. war he cied as his military secretary and Iduq Achates When ht? chief ppointed to the chief command in ndia Goreral Hamilton remained on is staif and lioliiccl him to woik out ia scheme of reformation for the In ian arms Later on he given command o{ a biigade at Jiome ud then uent to the Mediterranean s chit! ol the Duke of Connaughts taff Had He been spared he would risen to tha hishest rank in the rray, for he onK 53 veai0 of ge and a high reputation s an all round soldier ONLY A FEW MORE EPISODES TO END THE MILLION MY3TERV To-morrow's s on Haw Leaf Lard, per pound 124s Swift's Premium Skinned Ham, per Ib Fowl, pfer pound 15c Chicken, per pound' 17e Veal Pot Roast, per pound Log. of Mutton, per pound 20c Phone 452 ;