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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, DAILY HERALD PAGE IWNB Announcing a Sensational Clearing Out of Over 100 Coats for Women and Children COATS tliat wo have just taken from the express parcels will be included in this Big Weck-lihid Sale in our Beady: to -Wear Department, It ;you are in ne.eclof a Cpat, r em em be rat Is a sale' at Eylands. We mean cx- i'actly'wliat we say; you wilKsave 2p to 35 per cent. Did You Ever See Value Like These Before? I .j. .j. .J. .J. -r -I- Bar gain Nu m be r_ JL 10 only Ladles' Coats, IcnBtli nnd full lentil, regular valuer as llfgh rjp' as Selling at cost price VW Saturday Number 2. Bargain Lot This lot consists ot Capo Coats, Tight Fit- ting coatn, Military Coats, all new during the past month; values up to Bargains Number_3. Some of Coata that are considered the smartest coats in the city Amongst tliem tile now "Fox Trot" Coat, values up to Just from tho Eastern makers; Skirts mado from finest. iBotuny Serges, blacl; or navy Some braid trimmed, with oversklrt, SpBcial value at, Satur- day A fine French Serge, in tire sew and navy only; underskirt fine ,accordion pleated, a real sniat t .birlrt at............. Bargain in .Child's Coat Bring down the little tots tomorrow. We give you your choice of Coats in Cur) materials and other cloth up to A, n nf G years in size; up to SG.OO in Si Xhj Bargains in Coats We have too many Coats for girls from (i "to 13 ye'ar sizes. Now tomorrow ia the day to clear o'.it halt of them a'rfe Off- about Half I'rice. Values up to 56.50 Bargain in, -Misses' Coajs Coats for pirls 12 and 14 years, smart styles from good1 serviceable clods; your choice ;pf any coat at a discount of KaV Two items appeared in this column yesterday that were evidently submitted by unauthorized. The Herald ao- cepted them in KOOI! iaitii. .'However, it" stems thai liusy- bodies have own oven-cabas regarding their neislilmr's busi- i ness, and we stall therefore li'avc to ask thai hereafter all items for Miluili submitted by niaii'bcar tlii: imuic in full oi the sender. tj I! Uliss Lucy Kelly lias been iting in the city, returned to lier i home in Calgary yesterday. A successful whist drive was held in the town .hall, in con- inection with the Ladies' Anglican i Guild. Tile Hev. Canon Sluwat from Cardstcn, being in attendance. Miss Gooieie being tho hostess ior the evening ably assisted by llrs. Bry- den, lUrs. Blexall and .Mrs. Vauglui. Mr. W. Vaughn place oi Mr. i Ward as whist driver, carrying his j duties but as one who had evidently i ton to it. Tim prccecds taken i very creditable, and the hosts they Had1 a lileasant evening. SHOWALTKK-GARDNER The First Baptist church was fnc scene, of a quiet hut pretty wending, V.-hcii Miss Loifl'33 Gardiner, formerly this city, bccaine the wife ol Mr. ShoiVaiicr, of St.. Hilaire, Minnesota. They will reside in Park- Alberta. This List of Specials Represents Great Savings LADIES' SWEATER COATS grade. lines, plain Itnits, shawl roll collar; single breasted; tan, navy and grey. LADIES' UNDER- SKIRTS style, all wool, fitted knitted yoke, comes In colors red, navy reg. 50c lines; on sale 3 pairs, w SILK BOOT these tomor and .save 25c pair Waclc or tan CHlL'DREN'8 HOSE; ri'bbed cotton black only..double knee. 5-S BOYS'; to 10; for that boy. Something; that will wear rib; 40c for WOOL (boys and girls; a splendid.; lot on.sale for 9 t m wonien, "plush" lined, elastic knit, 5 5 Values up to all snort Lnae Saturday White sleeve, ankle length; regular On sale VESTS OR Jersey, rib white cotton ankle length drawers; regular on sale and woof mixture; Ifl make, reg. I J U BABY odd lot of "Reub- J ens'J Vests size 14, 16 sale.. The largest stock of Underwear in the City. I The meeting of the W. U. T. U. j held at Mrs. Wnsbbrook's yesterday i was well attended. It was decided to! i hold another medal contest in two weeks'.time, when hvo medals will: be given. Many tickets have been sold for the annual ball of the Flower Guild to be held in the. K. of P. hall tonight. St. Cyprian's1 bazaar will be open to- night. The.Daughters and Maids of Eng- land field'a very successful whist and dance on Thursday night in the S. 0- B. hall, twelve tables being Reid won the first ladies' piizc, Miss DcTaylor sec- ond Mr. first men's, C. Farrow, second, v.-nile Miss En- twistle and Mr. Holbertca took the consolations. ..Mr. F. T. Robins kind- ly acted as 0. for the whist, and i Mr. E. J. Faiincli acted as.M. C. for I the dance. for the danr-R was provided by Mrs. J. Gurr and was kept up till one o'clock. Pongee Silk 36 .inch Natural Pongee Sllkv-a. special purchase of silk worth GOc. On'sale Chlflon Lawn Yard wide, fine sheer Jawn, chiffon finish, a splendid bargain, per yard Cord All our 75c Cord Velvets clearing at "reduced prices for., tomorrow only 5 shades, per yard OOto J Eiderdown Colored Cottpa, Eiderdoynj- pink, sky white fancy self des gna gular 35c On sale Per yard Ladies9 Shoes Shoes with cloth togs in gunmetal, patent, and other leathers. Regu- lar and @'O QR Baby Shoes A lot of cute little', shoes: (or the baby; mocoasinB, 'buttqn_or; laoo shoes, and'slippers; Prices ,5ftc, 60c and WALNUTS. AMD WAR Walnuts, of :iwhlch''t6ere has; been an this have a curious connection war. Most 6f the oldest trees in the country were originiily planted, not for the sake'of the fruit, but bepause the wood makes the heEt gunstocks, being light, strong and-not easily warped. The largest walnut grove in England is at Kerap- Bton, near Bedford. It contained at first 365 trees, one for each day ot the year, which were planted about a century ago by the then owper of the farm, who cynically remarked that ;wars would never cease, aiid tim- ber, would always he wanted for gun- stock's. DEFENCE ON PACIFIC H.M.S. Defence, which is now re- purtcu ao uccssiijssyipg the battle- ship Canopus 'to..' strengthen the Bri- tish fleet in the Pacific, IE an armor- ei-cruiser completed in 1908, of 600 'tons, -190 feqt Ip length and a speed' of 23 .knots. She very powerful, consisting of-four 7.5-inch and six- teen guns. She has six- inch belt armour, with sis-inch and eight-inch armour, on the g'un turrets. She has a complement of about 800, and. cost over The Defsnce is a much stronger cruiser than was the Good Hope, 'which had only-two 9.2-Inch, .sixteen iMnch and fwe'ive 12-pounder guns THE BUSY STORE KEEPER OF 'THE KING'S PRIVY PURSE Chronicle) Xieiil'' Sir FredBrick Ponsonby has beci.s ucailed from-the front to becomo Keeper of the'King's Privy PUrab, in succession to the late Sir William Carrington. .Sir Frederick, 'who was equerry and assistant-secretary to tlie King, vol- unteered fpiSactive service. Sir Frederick Ponsoaby iBJthe second son of the late Sir Henry who was for many years otn Keeuerjof'tho Privy. Purse and jrinciiial private secretary to Queen Victoria, two offices rarely, united. He lias lived the greater of- his life lit Court. Victoria had a grea.t affec- tion for him. and while ho w'afe still-n lieutenant in the Guards, she appoint- ed him equerry. Three years later, ifi'' 1897! Jie became Assiatant-Keeper otthe Privy :Pnrae and assisthrit'pri- vate secretary, which latter post he lield In 'Household. On the accession of King Georgo he was appointed equerry and assistant prP vate was destined to' fill one of the Important offices In King's Personal Household, Keep-. er ot tho I'rlvy Purse, or principal prl Game Guardian W. -J. E. 'McKoberts of.Pincher Creek has been appointed a' provin- cial game guardian. who are languid, sleepless and physically run-down get im- mediate relief and lasting bene- fits from the regular use of Scott's Emulsion after mcah. Its chief constituent is niture'a greatest boity-bullcHnff force to strengthen life orgaiw and ncrvo centers, grain by Ctain, to rcfcaild phyiiul und xncntQl No harmful driin In fCCITS. KM-. COMMAND OF THIRD CAVALRY DIVISION! the iion. has been gazpttqd to com" mand the Tuird Cavalry Division of the new British Array, has been in couiuiand of the forces in Egypt for the past two years. He commanded the First Cavalry Brigade at Alder- jshot, and subsequently had charge of j the East Anglian Territorial division I before going to Egypt, Ho .has seen active service, and wUl bring a great reinforcement of cavalry strength to Sir John French's army.' EMU A Rome. C9 Torw.W, Out. PREFER A SMALL HORSE Buyers for 'the French army are taking few, if any, cavalry horses ex- ceeding 15i2 hands lilgh, and the ferred height is considerably The Boer war convinced j military exports that a small horse is jlicttcv than a big one.' Hugged, full i middled horses, that look like good j fpedsrs nnd doers arc tho hind and those must have. the. appearance of milking fair iiorses to ride Their hvcrase'weight e'aid to bo between .1000 pounds. The French In' specters are not such sticklers na. sorn- of the others are for absolute Values Absokite- ly Impossible of; Duplication in COAfi AT THE GOLD BAND DINNER SET 50 pieces narrow gold band; li cups, 6 saucers, C bread and but- ter plates, 0 tea plates, (i dinner plates, G soup plates, G fruit dishes, 2 platters, I vegatable dish, t sauce boat, 1 bowl, 1 cream jug and 1 salad AXMINSTER RUGS; neat lie signs in tans, size rich deep pile, values (Pa up to SH.OO AXMINSTER MATS, floral and conventional cieKisiis, green and tan shades, popular (J> a size. 27x54 .........4> 8 itiy TUMGSTEN LAMPS; wliite, brilliant licht: 2.5 watts ...................30c 40 watts ...................40c GO watts ..............'.----50c "Quality First" Grocery List With every grocery order, 20 Ibs. cane sugar Fancy Seeded Raisins J.2 ouuce packot Fancy Seeded Raloins oz. pkt, 2 for Sultana Raisins (bulk) Per pound Candled Peel Per pound Cut Candied Pec! Per pound Vostizxia Cnrrante Per bos Shelled Almonda Per pound Slielled Walnuts Per pound Prosli Celery i pounds for Spy Apples (No! grade) 7 pounds for Golden llusset Apples 7 pounds for DclicioaB Apples per case Back Bacon (per piece) per pound Swift's Hams (10-m per pound Jeliieo 4 packets for Monk Glass Custard Powder, 1-lb can Cheese Per pound MEM'S MIGHT SHIRTS imported fhinnolette cut large and roomy; just ;1G on sale MEN'S 'NEGLIGEE. SKIRTS pin stripe effects, also small designs, sizes to clearing out at MEN'S S3.00 PANTS ported tweeds and v.rorstods; viihii'3 are exceedingly good at 53.50. On.sale In the Shoes LADIES' BLUCHER3, of selected gun- metal, newest stylo and. will give oxcellcnt MEN'S BLUCHER BOOTS selected gun- mctal on good fitting last, eom- fortable and hard wearing BOYS' 33.50 "K" BOOTS Famous bluclier styles; will give plenty of wear, and gnocl looking, too (S53 ?E On sale fl.O ion SPECIAL VINTAGE PORTj is a fine Old Port' of good' body and makes anj ideal Invalid wine. Special to-' morrow fl 4 Jg per gallon v. 8 I.w i 'Many Special Inducements in Dry Goods SILK SALE 39 inch All Silk Moire In beautiful shades or rose, mahogany, saxe, tvoi-y, mustard, tango and ocean Pn'ue; ?3.50 values to clear out at, per yard Liberty Crepe Brocade In all the newest shades, also in_ white and black. Full 42 inches wide. Regular 53.25 and 53.50. Per yard 23c UNDERWEAR, plusli lined vests and drawers in grey or white; vests with long sleeves and high neck; drawers open or closed 'per garment TURKISH Towels in white and natural, striped and bordered ends; atze 20x40; per pair FLANNELETTE 1lc English make free {from dressing, good per''ya'rd BEST QUALITY ENGLISH MADE PILLOW CASES 42 and 44 Inches, made of cambric cotton, beautiful- ly finished, heavy 3 pair for...................... 51.GO Salisbury-Plain in England astounds le n'allve-feorn Canadian by its im.- e sity nnd dparth of mhabita t thor than soldiers AIan> of theta e grow n up m the belief that Lng and i so densely populated one can ot walk a mile beyond one town or ity before reaching the next ibut m ic rolling down of plains ti e a land wbfch reminds them f the solitudes of the "U estera Hem sphere The- khaki-clad 'troops, when route-, larchlng over the -barren lands, mes sue a solitary hepherd or tu d> wagoner but many oi. avc yet to see unv othei per on th n soldier since they reached the laiiis.; It a wonderful camp i Sah bjr ut uot le wonderful are the people who live.on the fringe of the monster ominon They are of the truh niral real''la'their faith that, Britain must type, amazing in their simplicity, but win in this war as she has in all oth- ers. One Canadian soldier who had wan- dered away from camp came across three shepherds counting; their. sheep They gieat plea are on le rn ing that tht lost soldier s one of Canada's contingent, v expressed surpiise that he did not know ot i sohtar hoiao which like the Ciauc! -had away irom the Ime0 You mua kuaw un, eaia the olde t man of the Ihiee E ije a un all marked on the rump on im an' e be a raia uu to Uck 'How doe like this 'pro coun try tlie man aekeJ-next and, plainly dumfouncTeJ when the Ciu ck complained of tLe of tho population yi u do ixi'nt'Ho go to jr "orae o il e-n thecr ht aid There bo gre.it tlilns-s 4- SPG all around this "ver cou He A e t do 'bet-fas ther ain't no in of Cauady -t Lessons from Robert As announced pulpit oil Sunday evening last, G H Cob- bled ck T ill preach on Sunday en- ing on ons from the departed helo of the British Lord Roberta In ana wildlj to tae Iheor at ther be a home brev cd h re wheer the "me man as hi uotl the ale fer six nest Ban on Exportation France is leported to hava put si ban on the exportation of marps ow- ing to the decimation of the cotmti 'a home stock by great war now rag> ing The order covers a period of fn e years This will put an end to Amen 211 importations of Peicheiott. mare aid for hieedmg ss w nch of 1 t" years run into the hundred anunnly Though, the war has not readied the tecritorjr- of Perche wliich is south and, we ft oi the Seme many Percherorf aie fcaliPrcJ Co Lecn taken fross, ilUE raniatis oiciodfng Ui trlct to, cqaip- tne aitiUei cad tiansrdrt servlca when suddenly declared 1 st sumrncu. BSITISH AEROPLANE QUtCK FIPKR drt.adnauglil Q With sued: a gun M Ihlf.JIM This gun recfcntlv been perfcttcd in L rfl i u Sgef s-xilora are shown exrerlraentiug the fiia pgiji t an ta IktUck Irom aeroplanes is greatly ;