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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE SEVEN Of Women's and Garments Silk, Serge and Velvet and Mus" jjia WITHOUT Half and Quarter off Regular Values. For the Next Ten Only 'i if" Serge, Panama and Silk Dresses at almost half their values 31' only Dresses In this lot, stylish garments dependable qualities, good assortment of the staple shades and sizes values on sale at.. values at... on sale at... valit'es :oii sal'6 at: I'T." ALL OTHER LINES AT LIKE i REDUCTIONS f j. r i I Silk Blouses and Skirts Greatest values to be had iir-Al- berta. Eecluc.tions rim, from off the regular values. Coats and Suits At from to off the regular values 65 Ladles' Coats and Suits made from first class materl It In the proper lengths and slylsn. and sizes well assorted. 53200 Suit on oato Suits on sale 520.00 Suits on Sale'at....................511.50 Coats Heavy Coats for ''f'u'.tlO Heavy Coats for ....................58.50 Qirls' Winter Coats and Dresses At 1-3 off; in some cases more Big Girls' Coats SS.OO.rUg Girls' Coats now ,j5.S5 'jtf.OO'BIg (Kris 'Coals OP Flno Serse Drasses now..............55.95 i v; ThingJ for the Little Folfcs at Reduced Prices White Bear Sweaters, Jersey SuitsJWopl Toques, Dresses. Everything for tlie'1 Kiddies' at.the lowest, prices possible. Sale Begins ami QontiiiueS f or Ten Days QiT if 'of Mrs. of Mrs. Agnes home of her daughter, of llTJNI'noteelltif at the Mrs; J. wan held this afternoon the residence, Interment be.lng in tie'.pybliciriC'giieteryC. made Mr. and Mrs. J. H. De Wolfe have as their guest Uio latter s mother, Mrs. K. Wood, of Bruekvillc, Ont. A delightful surprise party was given last night iu honor of Mrs. James Iteid at her residence, 1201 EtH avenue A. north. About twenty- four iricmlK were among the unhidden but welcome guests, and a evening was spent by all in .garths, music and dancing. tyast evening ahout 40 friends Jrar- priscd Mr. and Mrs. V.'. A. Sinclair in their homo on 6th St. S. on tlu occasion ot their 23rd wedding anni- versary. Cards and dancing took up the time until midnight when a dain- ty luncheon was served, and Mr. pon, in a neat little speech, present- ed-Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair with a lea- ther chair on hehali those i present. Mr. and airs. Sinclair ex- pressed their appreciation in a lew' well chosen words. Dancing was re- sumed untij the early hours when all departed, tired hut happy. The pastor's birthday supper on Monday evening'at the First Baptist church was a great success. The num- ber present was larger than ha-d Icon expected, and included several from other churches who came to show SEir kindly interest. The tables look- ed exceedingly pretty and inviting, and ample justice was done to the bountiful, repast provided. An Oder- ing for the provincial home and for- I ejgn mission was taken at the clc'so of the The people then adjourned to another part of the j building where, .Kinder, the genial chairmanship of-Wr. Dunlop, a briei, but most enjoyable program -wasren-! derail. The singinj of Mrs. Green j Hiss Virtue, the.'recil.-itions oi Miss Way, anl the piajio playing of Miss, Ross were appreciated. hfter the fine war pictures of Mr.: Smith, .exhibited-in the church, form-; ed a very conclusion. Mr. I McElyea then fashion acted j as salesman in disposing of the lean-1 tiful flowers that had dacted the j tables, the proceeds going to augment the mission 'fund. Rev. H. Green, in the coiirEe of the evening, j gave hearty words of greeting, and i ht the close Lcocring and Mr. j Good voiced the ifcelings oi all pres-i ent when they referred to the grati-, tilde of the to the Ladtes' Aid for the fine provision they had made for the comfort jjiid pleasure of all. Mr. Knapmah, fttnhsionary treasur- er, announced thSt the total pnar result was very The Finishing- ;Touch To A Perfect Meal CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. u Savings that Will Make a Visit7 toThis Store Worth WMle To- a Mole of This'.- ASTHMA COUGHS. COTIC'H SPASMODIC CBOU? ------ICILlllS-'CAITASKH C01D3 A simple, safe ind eSective treatment svold- InE drugs. Used with eticceis for 35 years. air cirrylne the ratlstptle vipor, inhaled with every brenh, makes sooihes (he qore throit, and stops the cpujhf ts surln E reslf 11 1 n izbts. CresolcneisinvalGoWe to mothers with young children and a tocnio sufferers from Asthma: Ssnd us postal Jor eathing Clubs aiifl Societies of the society this -season. It was pointed out hy those well inlormed that the play 1'inafore was for many reasons a hettcr choice for the society Ulan the Gondoliers. Pina- fore is a play that could be hrougnt up to date ,and in keeping with the TO THE f spirit of the times. It is still tein The Nursing Mission Sewing Class j- The" executive'committee of the so- Vfinrk liwi; cifitv will meet this afternoon to dis- 0 cuss Pinafore-and The Gondoliers.; The decision is in their hsnds and all: ie aj Razor to inlmbet of i Is, AND Forceslflirbiigh their agent, R. the Jeweler, one of their Safety Razors entirely FREE This offer holds good during the war only. Get your receipt from WrightV Jewelery Store together with friend's address. If your friend a Safety Razor, get him a Waltham or Elgin Military Watch Prices from upwards Take advantage of oiir big Jewelry Sale] and buy your .a vnaenntc nnw. will lay aside vThiirs-' :'-tlle ers' 'wishing are asked to he .at the Mission promptly at 7.30. other tilings being equal, it is prob- will he made Men! stock up with These Socks For those men who prefer a Heavy Sock, hero's an excellent value. Heather mixed effects In heavy Scotch lingering yarn; card of mending attached to each pair. -Worth 35c pair; to- morrow only S.pairs .6 Ladies' Corsets-r- Vcry CMc OSc .Ladies' Corsets hi els; modelled from French con- til, havu -1 hose supports, arc lace trimmed, low tbust and very long hip. Regular Values in Men's Tail Boots Theso Boots are nreely-matte of selected Russia Cnlf, Btyie, neat rouudcd toe.-taa only 55.00 vnliics These Popular1 Wool Gainers Children's Wool Kneo Cap Gaiters in colors tan, white and red with strap under Coot. 35c Wool Overalls 64c Cliiiclrcn'a .Wool Overalls in red and white with feet or in 'shorter length; ribbon ties in waist r.ncl ankles; plain and taiiey knit- To and S5c values Silk Finished Corfl Velvets 70c New silk finished Cord Vel- vets in 2, choice variety of color- ings for ladies' and children's costumes; coSora, hunter's grean Labrador blue, cinnamon, ibrown tan and dark navy; 51 lines, tomorrow- per yd. Watch orr windows this week CUrySaHtliemiUllS for ..lilankct, Steamer Rug and Rug Comforter special, Well worthy of note. Beautiful Chrysanthe- mums, per. dozen iTOW 5 pounds 'of 'Bice 2 packets Royal Crown Soap..... 2 dozen Oranges for............ 7 Apples, Ontario Nor. Spies. Three Good Glassware Specials BERRY COLONIAL JJgTg PRICE............... BERRY PRESSED 4 PHETTY; PATTERNS 36 EON BON AND PICKLE DISHES, PRETTY 'PRESSED Tapestry Stair Carpets Two tone green trellis, floral borders, also Persian effects In English Tapestry Stair Carpets; 5-S and 3-4 yard Per yard Soe to............................-............ The treasurer of the I.O.D.T5. hah Theri. wcs i good turn-out of mem hers last and a few ir-ore new names were" added to the membership roll. members them at tomorros meeting. with Len brown manager of the Maies tic theatre has Itindlj offered to as Members of the-Christian Endeavor of tie Christian church will meet to- nigbt for devotion's! exercises led hy Mrs. Quine at thej home oi Mrs. Ber- nard, 1222 3rd A. south. The outstanding -feature of the meeting of the Operatic ociety last nightj at St. Augustin's hall was the discussion of the Pinafore in pla'crisqf the Gondoliers as the play to Gjicupy the attention I the when-it is not in use for oth r purposes Iso date was set for the first rehearsal. It will he an- nounced in the Herald. Xmas Presents now. any article on payment of deposit even qt sale prices. Eye Spdcialislrin Charge of Opticstl'Department luutr of Marriage THE eiTY'j. LEADIN6 No Witnesses Ilcquired. 'Ettabluhtd 1BH LETHBRIDQE ALBERTA Therel Deepv Satisfaction C. P. B. IfHI In eating a crisp, tasty food, like Made of wheat and barley, Grape-Nuts contains all the nutriment of these field grains, Including their vital mineral salts, so essential for sturdy bodies and healthy brains. The firm, tender granules cali for thorough the first step toward easy di- gestion and quick assimila- tion. Economical and dellslously "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nats Canadian Poslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. In the case of the C P R lorair? the Continental Oil company ccfoTe His Lordship Mr Justice McCarthy at the present sittings 01 the Su- p pieme coiirt, tre first case to go to i trial, His' Lordship reserved The C P. H released to the defendant companj by personal check for fre'igUt charges tendered by J T now serving a term in and receipts tierefor The check was returned unpaid, and W.lliston di-en on the head office at for the amount ot the charges liib drait was honored, hut he did not paj the amount in to tl c 0 P R oil compani contained jthat the C P R had -no just claim on them inas- much as thei had elected to loov to Williston personally for piiment All Trimmed Hats, Untrimmcd Shapes, Children's Hats, Bon- nets and Mounts A'nice line of Black Veh et Shapes All Half Price. o Keserved I have a large range of Fancy Ribbons and Silks, suitable for Girdles, Fancy Bags, etc. which, we will make up free of charge in any preferred atyle. MISS CAMERON HILL BLOCK. M'lLLINERY PARLORS. THIRD AVENUE S Liojl iison peo ljlojl um ali The case which occupied the utten- llocn prunlotx.d to the tion of the court I'll -it rro.n vas (ol scm ore of alleged malicious prosccut oa, lleged brought by Elijah, L lllmg oi lum- ball, against Robert llcf endri Victoria Cross For 9 Soldiers; Haig Promoted London. Nov "18 The Victoria Cross has been conferred on Captain Glontail, 01 the Htnth Lanc- ers, (or Hiding arid saung the guns ot (he in Bfflgmro, August 24, on Captjm Douglas Reynolds, of the mtillerv, was wounded in asimt lir on Oasitain Theodole bright, of (he engineers, who was mortally wounded while rcsciiinj; w ouniicd man on Sutgcon Harrj Sherwot'i Hanken, [or attending wei under fire alter fie had received wound' from which IK died later on Lfpufc Hauike Pease, and on four has the ranV of rjCneral m the held II 4 Aylei ,orth, ot Bath; near Kingston Vtas found dead m his eel Mr, as the result ot a seizure ot apo- plery. STERLING LATE KEYSTONE STAR I.STARLAND FRIDAY ROYAL MAB. STEAMSHIPS PROPOSED SAILINGS Montreal to Liverpool, S S (jrampian NOV. 17 Special Christmas Sailings St. John Direct to Liverpool SS. HESPERIAN SS SCANDINAVIAN Montreal to Glasgow I g S Preterian Nov 24 S.S. CorinThlan Nov 17 These tic lnf.r ese icc full ;