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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914 City Reach An Agreement A MEETING of the Commissioners and a representative of the Bentley Company on Tuesday arrangements Were completed for the carriage of customers of the Bentley Company on all city lines. With every purchase you make on Friday and Saturday of three dollars or over, excepting on flour and sugar, which are sold by the Bentley Company on a cost basis, the Bentley Company, Limited, will hand you free transportation to and from their store A FEW SUGGESTIONS WHY IT IS IMPERATIVE YOU SHOULD TRADE WITH THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED Dry Goods Department Extraordinary Values in Stamped Linens Those interested in Art Needlework find this an invaluable opportunity to secure materials for Xmas gifts. Natural Linen Sideboard Scarves; stamped; size 54x23; regular 75c Friday and Saturday......... www Natural Linen Cusluon Tops; stamp- ed; assorted designs, size 24x 374-C 18, reg 50c: Friday Saturday 2 v Fine Irish Linen Centres, bleached; size 24x24, assorted designs, scalloped edge. Regular 50c. Friday 37-tC and 2" Fine Irish Linen Table Covers, size 36x36. Regular Friday and Saturday Fine Irish Linen Tray Cloths, scal- loped edge, size24x18, reg. S Friday and Saturday....... Two Numbers of B. I. Corsets That will interest the wo- man who likes perfect fitting Corsets at bargain prices new low bust and long hip corset, made of extra fine CDutil: hose supporters. Regular Eft Friday and I .ww bust, light weight cou- lil, hose supporters, fine fitting model. Regular Friday and Saturday.................. 3UU Quality Groceries At Bentley Prices Canned Peas, reg. per can QQ Friday and Saturday 12 cans for. VV Canned Lawtonberries, reg 20c per can. Friday and Saturday 2 cans for Canned Gooseberries, reg 20c per can. Friday and Saturday 2 cans for Canned Cherries, reg 20c per can. P-J.J..--. ,-j "r.r New Currants, reg 15c per pound 9Rf} Friday and Saturday 2 pounds for. New Raisins, seeded, 16 ounce. packages; regular loc per pound. Friday and Saturday, 2 pounds for fcww New Mixed Peel, reg 25c per Friday and Saturday 2 pounds for. New Citron Peel, reg 35c per It) Friday and Saturday, per pound... Quart Jars of Red Cross Sweet Pickles, regular 35c per quart. Fridav and Saturday! per quart... Canada First Milk, reg per tin. Friday and Saturday per tin. 30C 'Mixed 30C Ifln Dry Goods Department Our Staple De- partment Contributes to the Bargain Fedst Striped English Flettp- 36 inch -width Friday and Saturday, per vud Ifczw Plain White Flannelette, "36.' inch1 width. Regulai 20c Fudaj 15C and Saturday, per yard Fine English Tiuil Sheeting, Regular 50c 5aid Fndaj and Saturday, pei i Plain Linen Huck ToweJhng, 22 inch, Regular 30c. Fnda) and 25C Saturday... Furs AT CLEARING PRICES The varieties are Black Bear, Fox, Japanese Mink, Grey Squirrel, Civet Cat, Racoon, Persian Western Sable; all made up in fashionable style, Off Usual Priice Women's Winter Coats Must Go And.Here's Move Them. Women's Cmiiui Hair Coat, fawn. shade, Raglan effect, reg. C1C (Iff f20, Fndaj .md Women's Curl Cloth Coats, royal shade, Raglan effect, regular 9C Fndaj and Women's Tweed Coals, cape effect; regular 00. Friday C1R Afl and 15 Women's Winter Coats Chinchillas and Tweed Mix- ture.s, assorted shades. 95 tlSOO and values for The Bentley Company, Limited ffoi Arudous to Serve on Council at Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Alta., Nor, the first time in over sis months the council turned but to the regu lar meeting. Considerable business of importance was transacted, the coun- ciHors making every endeavor to For Loss of Hair We will My for what: you uw ff Rexali Hair Tsnfc not pfomoU the growth of your hair. In all our experiecee with heir facial the one that hsj done most to gplij our confidence is Rexall "03" Hair Tonic. have such well- n founded fsHH in it that we wimt y03 to toy it at our risk. If it dqei not satisfy you in every particular, j we will pay for what you uie to tha I eztest of a 30 day treatment. If Retail "93" Hair Tonic does not rcmdT6 dandrafT, relieve aealp irritation, stop the hair from foiling And promote i new growth of hair, come btck to ua and ua to return the money yon paid for it, we will promptly hand it hack to you. You etm't Anything, pramue thins, bnoj anything bade, or in any iray obligate Isn't that fair? Doesn't it etaad to ration that we would not make such a liberal offer if wf did not truly believe that Bexall "03" Hair Tonic will do all we claim for it tfcat it will do alt and more than any other' We hire eroythinr there ia de- mand lor, and an able to judge tto J tocrita of things we sell, -Cus- tomera tellvw ol their more saiidied users of Rezall if'93" Hair Tonic thac JUiy. similar Jcave things In good shape for the hew council for 1915. There will only be two of this" year's council left, making it necessary to .elect four councillors and a mayor. There is not any evidence to show that the cit- izens are going to fall over each oth- er i ntheir anxiety to partake of mun- icipal honors, and none of the. names jhave been suggested have called for any prolonged cheering on the put of the ratepayers, PINCHER CREEK FARMERS BREAK PLOWING RECORDS Pincher Creek, Alta., Nov. armers of this district are making ;ood use of their time to get all the all plowing possible-done before the 'reeze up. There has been more dene-this fall than, at any irevious time in the recollection Id-timers; u ENEMn MITO V AM GOING.TO ATTACK" WAS HIS SIGNAL IMMEDIATELY HE HEARD GERMANS WERE. SIGHTED ''llnder the'rising. vniodri, file enfk the enemy .again as soon as pos my's ships could be seen apprcaching, sible." and as the Glasgow could render Monmouth no assistance, she proceed-) Mention oi the Canopus the bat ed at full speed: to avoid destruction.'1 Unship which wasi. dispatched from At 8.50 we sight, oi the enemy, -the Atlantic to reinforce the Pacific At we of Squadron oi Admiral Crad'dock which were doubtless the final attack, cause conjecture. Reference to the Admiralty "Nothing could h'a've' been more ad- Start a treatmeot of Eekall "93" Hair Tonic today. If vou do, teliere you will thank "us for-tku Two size battles, 50o and SI. You oaa boy Reiall "93" Hii'r Tomo fe this wmmonity only at our store: 3. Co., Limited. and cit, a Aenl] la tuo United S TRIBUTE TO GENEREAL FRENCH ixmdpn, Nov. late Lord iobVrts wrote an interesting letter to -ady French on reading Sir John French's first dispatch from France, which is printed in the preface tq.the new life of "Sir.'John French: "My dear Lady write these few tinea to tell you how much j.admire your-husband's dispatch, and how'proud .I am of the'splendid 'work done by the troops under his com- mand. the whole atory of the war.coraes tp-be known, the masterly retreat from Mons, under vastly, "superior was cai'ried- finest: ever remembered as exploits HERE'S A TRUE CANADIAN Opt, of the most noteworthy contributions to the patrotic come from ;H. F. the keeper of the smair light- (Fran MHjtreal London, Nov. Admiralty ssued last night the report of Cap-, tain John British light i cruiser Glasgow, of the baf-tlb the German squadron November 1, oli the Chilean'coast. The Glasgow, whiuh left Cqronel en the" morning of that day, was ad- vised 'by Kear-Admiral-; Sir.Christo-j pher Craddock, commander of the; British squadron, that the enemy's! sliips were to the. northward. To- wards evening the Glasgow sighted smoke, and repotted to-'RearjAdmir- al Craddock, and. the British fleet formed in line ahead, the Good Hope leading, with the Glas- gow and Otranto.following. The enemy had turned- south and were also in single line; the] Scharnho'rst and.. Gneisenau .--leading, j Admiral signalhsd. pus: "I am going, to attaclc the enemy." "The enemy was at that time. 000 yards says the report, "and maintained "this range, -at the same time jambing the wireless nals. The sun was setting immediate- ly behind the British ships, and while it remained above the horizon the British had the advantage in light, but the range was, too great. :'When the sun-had set and visibil- ity conditions were altered, the Brit- ;-------practice. When the target ceas- ed to be visible, the gun-layers spoil- 'taneously ceasef! fire., statement issued by the British PAPERS APPEAR IN IRELAND JIM LARKIN'S PUBLICATION AMONG1 ARE PRO-GERMAN GIVES TEN CIGARETTES TO ALLIES Tarryfown, N.T., NOT. mil- lion cigarettes for' the allied armies In France have been pretested to the I Red Cross by. a local it ah- by Miss Anne Depe'w Pauldtng. The cigarettes are worth about. 000, and will be forwarded to Europe immediately. "Nov. dispatches receivea this morning tell of a mdst extraordinary situation which has arisen, in Ireland, which will need prompt and strong action on the part i i of the, authorities. It appears that six seditious news papers openlv pro-German and anti "The serious reverse sustained has! Admiralty November concerning entirely failed to impair the spirit oi saW tlie Dat" the officers and the ship's Canopus was not present at and it is our unanimous wish to tune 0[ the battle. Ino dajs be I Britlgn are published in iore the Admiralty had that it ]ln anl] distributed throughout the could not accept the unofficial reports of ,iti, the primarj ob of the sinking oi the Monnouth an-1 Kind mat Yoo FlUr Guirutnd A Mmr Mracn lone for children, but heemne of phvaical derancenMat mn oeprivfti of this trcateatcf all hapjrineu. Thfi women whose names follow wen restored to normal tiealtk by E. Pinkhun'i Vxeti- j blaCompoqpj. .Write and Mk them about it. "I took yorjr Comj j pound and have a nnef I atrong Jbaby. Mrs. I JOHN MITCHELL, Mas- N. Y. EiouBe'dn Clapperton jaland, Georgian Bay. He was Jenfc a copy of the cir- cular, suggesting that all government officials a pay ;o'the fund. He wrote back that his ish ships were silhouetted against allowance so snail that a day's.; the afterglow, .and the falling, light dfltoSTReSn pay was too trifling, but initrueted j made the enemy difficult to see. the department to.deduct from "Tbe Germans opened fire at seven his quarterly cheque, and at the tame o'clock at .yards, followed in (Jood Hope, as the Oanopus This home-made cougli syrup ia novr used m homes tlian any other cough .remedy.. Ite promptness, esjw and certainty in conquerinK distressing coughs, cheat and throat colds u reallv vemnrkable. i'ou can actually feel ft take hold. A day's will uaually ovcr- 1 hich pliBn n0w being carried on had been specially sent to strengthen there The sheets in question Rear-Admiral Uraddock's s .uadron are fiie (Jim Larkln s cided'superiority over the Germans, tional Vo unteer The Irish Nation was not mentioned in them caies "ihaT licar-Admiral Craddock tried with his wireless to locale the j ast weok a prominent German or I Jfaingranulated tanopus, which was doubtless in the gan gave venous quotations from you, at a cost of only 54 cents, 10 ounces Pacific and within range oi Tireless these news sheets and also gave an of better couih syrup than you could buy arms Takes but a few muiutes to for spasmodic croup, Won- and Ireland The last named paper chial asthma and winter eoughl. has onlv recontlv been made a daily ounws i call, with the hope that the ship would turn her- prow in his di iection and assist in giving battle ta Dublin .at which Full with Pinex. tonld be bought by the Irish rebels This journal also stated that money] YOU fe was being collected in York to note how quickly it dry, ioan the. Germans. it is possible that the German support the movement Meetings' or tient coiiglig, and neals tho inflamed ships, in addition to jambing the tmc been held there recently by membranes in a painful cough. It also wireless of the British cruisers' in tho Irish Americans who' are hostile to Phlfpn fight, also put out of commission the Tohn Redmond and thesi "Lydia E. 'telegraphic apparatus of the Cano- J Vegetable Componna is a wonderfol medicine for J expectant mothera." I Mn. A. M. MVEM, GOT. I donville, Ko, I time enclosed from Mi wife'and i family. CL'OGGED NOSTRILS OPEX AT ONCE, HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH Minute Your stuffy Nose and balm dissolves by the of the nw- Head Clean, Sneezing and Note l.trlla; penetrates and heals tbe inflnm- .Running Cote, HeaSacris fed; swollen membrane which the Qotl. nose, heM. iM lireat; the' Gel' a umajl bottle anyway, just to little in tbe noBtrils ana Infeuntly yaw clogged nose and Etopped-up ajr passages of the head will opea; .you will breathe freely; clullnen and headache liiianpear. By morning! .the catarrh, cold-in-bead or, caiarrh'al sore throat be gene...' End such miiery now! Get tho IhiaU bottle of "Ely1! Cream at itort. eel, fragrant nose, bead, acd threat; the.alr naity aad a fe'eUog of cleanilag, aooth'tae relief Don'-t lar laulgljt atnggUag for breath; with Stuffed; nostrils hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, will IU, running throat, and raw la Aut truly Putiirqur jua't in "Ely's Balm" and your cold or catarrh i Sold by J. D. Hlglubutlum Co.; Uthbridga. qujck successionihr the .British; The! growing darkness-and heavy of ithc head sea nimlc.'liring dimcult, par-i ticularly for the, ,'glms of the Good Hope 'and Monmouth. i GOOD HOPE IN-Ft AMES "The enemy, firing salvoj, got the 'range their tako caused an outbreak ofTire on the fore- part, bf both ships, ujijch jvcic con- stantly