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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914 THE BENTLEY CO., LTD., HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT THE CITY COMMISSION- ERS HAVE BEEN CENSURED FOR GIVING THE COMPANY SPECIAL PRIVILEGES in THE MATTER'OF FREJ3 STREET RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION FOB ALL BENT- LEY CUSTOMERS TOD'Ay AND SATURDAY. THE BENTLEY CO.. LTD., BOUGHT AND PAID FOR ALL TRANSPORTATION SECURED FOR ITS CUSTOMERS AT THE REGU- LAR RATE OF 25 TICKETS FOR SUCH BEING THE PRIVILEGE OF ANY FIRM OR INDIVIDUAL. THE BENTLEY CO.. LTD., ALWAYS LEADING IN QUALITY AND PRICES, SIMPLY SECURED THE LEAD IN THE MATTER OF PROVIDING FREE TRANSPORTATION FOR THE COMPANY'S MANY SATISFIED PATRONS. 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 will find this an invaluable opportunity to secure materials for Xmas gifts. Natural Linen Sideboard Scarves; stamped; size 54x23; regular 75c Friday and Saturday......... Natural Linen Cushion Tops: stamp- ed; assorted designs, size 2-lx IS, reg 50c; Friday Saturday w 2 w Fine Irish Linen Centres, bleached: size 24x24, assorted designs, scalloped edge. Regular aOc. Friday 57-1-n and 2 Fine Irish Linen Table Covers, size 36x36. Regular QKn Friday and Saturday .........WWW Fine Irish Linen Tray Cloths- scal- loped edge, size 24x18, reg. 50c Friday and Saturday 2 V Two Numbers of 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 coutil; hose supporters. Regular S2. C1 CQ Friday and Saturday....... "ww bust, light weight cou- til, hose supporters, line fitting model. Regular F'ridaj- and Saturday.................. Quality Groceries At Bentley Prices Canned Pens. reg. per can C i fi Friday and Saturday'12 cans for. Canned Lawtoiiberries. reg pel- 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. Friday and Saturday 2 cans for..-... New Currants, reg loc per pound Friday and Saturday 2 pounds for.. New-Raisins, seeded, 16 ounce packages; regular loc per pound. Friday and 25 C Saturday. 2 pounds for........... New Mixed Peel, reg 2oc per ID. Friday and Saturday 2 pounds for.. New Citron Peel, reg 35c per ft) 30fi Friday and Saturday, per pound.... Quart Tars of Red.Cross Sweet.'Mixed Pickles, regular 35c per quart. 3Qc Friday and per cjuart----wWU Bananas, per dozen.........20C Dry Goods Department Our Staple De- partment Contributes to the 2-day Bargain Feast Striped English Flette. 36 inch width Regular Friday and 19ifi Saturday, per yard Plain White Flannelette, 36 inch width. Regular 20c. Friday 1 and Saturday, per Fine English Twill Sheeting, size 9x4. Regular 5Qo yard. Friday and 37-iC Saturdaj', per 2 v Plain Linen Huck Towelling, 22 inch, Regular ,80c. Friday and Saturday...................... Furs AT CLEARING PRICES The varieties are Black Benr, Fox, Japanese Mink, Grey Squirrel, Civet Cat, Racoon, Persian Paw, Western Sable; all made up in fashionable style. OKI Usual Price Women's Winter Coats Most Go And Here's Prices to Move Them. Women's Camel Hair Coat, fawn shade, Raglan effect, reg. 1 K flfl ?20, Friday and Saturday. ly-WU Women's Curl Cloth Coats, royal shade, Raglan effect, regular tf 1 OC Friday and Women's Tweed Coats, cape' effect; regular Friday C 1C flfl and Saturday............. 15 Women's Winter Coats Beaver Chinchillas and Tweed Mix- lures, assorted shades. QC and values for The Bentley Company, Limited THE EAST PRUSSIAN EWASION Rumors are current that the Germans' are evacuating Koenigsberg and thai" Russian advance -guards are moving oa Danzig; in. much greater force than earlier In the campaign. The Germans are massing at Thorn. NINE-STOREY CHURCH BUILDING What is said to be the largoat talld- ing used exclusively for church pur- poses fcpem this continent is the Tria- ity church, recently erected by tie Methodist Episcopal church, South, in Los Angeles, Cal. It is nine stories In height and the auditorium seats 2306. The second and third- stories contain the social nails, ladies' par- lors, library and all other quarters necessary for the carrying on of an institutional .church. The. six upper stories are used as a-first-class hotel, with 325 rooms. The pastor is Rev. Dr. Charieu S. Secleman. Sunlight Soap cuts Monday's labor clean in half. The Sunlight way is so easy note. First you soap the garment; then roll it up to soak. After a while you rinse it thoroughly and the dirt drops out like magic. Why scrub, and rub, and wear and tear the clothes when the gentle strength of Sunlight goap will do the work with never a hurt to fabric or hands. Try it tfilt Sunlight wmy.- 5 C. Major-General Hughes' Egotis- tical Speech at London, Onf. on His Critics London, One., NovJ eral Sam Hughes, Minister, of .Militia, spent yesterday in this district in- specting the troops quartered here, and addressing two meetings on the war subject. At a meeting in the Grand Opera louse last night, 3Iaj-Geaeral Hughes ncidenially took sc-me raps at critics of himself, and also declared, .that if the struggle Is not over by spring he .himself will take the field. Address- "i Ing the Canadian club in'the after- Inoon, Maj.-Genera'i- Hugheu took unto credit for the change in destination, of the Canadian contin- gent to Plymouth. Wouldn't Accept. Kitchener's Advice wculil not'a'jccept Lord Kitchen- er's advice that ample protection had been afforded for the transports, and demanded to know. what, ships were being provided, 'with what -guns .they carried, and so he said.; "As a result of this continual ham-: mering away, "the people of England tame to knovr German submar- ines were hovering in the English Channel." The minrister also claimed that, having discovered that spies for the German empire were -he had sent ant- misleading statements on the sailing of the contingent, which completely foiled the Germans." Critics Puppies The minister, in referring tonight to criticisms, said: "ily critics will stop their yelping as a chasing an express train gives up its job as a useless task." He added that he would not thrive unless someone was "banging away" at him continually., 't. Referring to the reported discovery of a p.Iot io assassinate .him" here, claimed he was g'ad to learn the Turks had Ross rifles with which to do it. CHEftRFUL BRITISH SOLDIER Nov. Manchester'. Guardian' quotes the fol- lowing passage from a soldier's letter "as i-nother" evidence' of the cheerful ijifpiism of the ''tt'e are going strong. At firit we iiid ii day or two Thea Next inoculation. Some have had isolation. We are going POOH, and some of us meet 'an- nihiiahon. What hoi" ALBERTA HOGS IN NEED OF FOOD Ottawa, Ont., ,M. Sher- rard of Montreal addressing Premier Eorden, as a member of the delega- tion of farmers and manufacturers, who, yesterday, presented a joint memorial, declared that the question of distribution was one of the most important questions to be considered. "There are hundreds of-.hcgs in Al- ".he -said; "and1 no feed for them. Something should: be done, either to take the hogs to the feed or the feed to the MONKEYS TRAINED TO. PICK .COFFEE Rio de Janeiro, Nov. agile whose "boas" is an educated female chijnpanzeey form the harvegtirtg gang whlilix ti picking coffee berries on the big plan- tation of a British company near here. The marvellous work of Arch- ibald P. Anderson, superintendent of the plantation, in training .his pel chimpanzee to talk and understand and to obey his orders like a willing servant, has made possible this remarkably addition to the liar- Ilenrv a rtjor of Moost, Jaw, for You arcs) careless when you simply ask for "rubber heels" on.your. boots. ASK FOR CATSPAV CUSHION RUBBER HEELS and get the world's best. They cost no 50c. Attached At AH Shoe Stores and Repair Shops. Walpole. Rubber Co. Limited Montreal 160 GERMANS OX-OSTEND i A squad of German Infantrymen marching on thciOatend beach, for many years the seaside resort of Europeans BRITISH OFFICERS WHO RE- SIGNED BECAUSE OF IRISH BUSINESS ARE NOW FIGHTING "'Have no fear, those shells will not touch, Coipnel .Scely said, and giving the'soldier a cigarette, put him- into the motor and took him to the French liospita.l behind tho lines. Colonel Seely rescued several wounded" that' day and was in. and out of the fire shells were thicKv .when German Shoes' Nov. 26. Grand Duke GIVES SHOES TO FRANCE Russian Prince Gives France Paris, Michael of Russia has presented to the French, .army pairs of shoes which had. been ordered from a When Field .Marshal Krencli I Webster, Mass., factory, at an" av- :esigned from the army council last forage price of per pair. Sorao spring, because the cabinet failed to enormous orders for shoes for1 tho :support the assurances 'the ,oiltcei-s in Ireland I would not be called upon to light the i Ulster volunteers, no one dreamed i thai a few months would bring fame as the commander ol the best army Great Britain has ever put into the field. For the same reason Col- onel J, B, Seely retired Irom the cabinet post of secretary .of war, during the Irish troubles, and today lie is one ot the most active con- spicuous of the start officers at the front. jJoloiiel. Seely always was "rat- by his friends a. better soldier than politician, and now he is vindi- cating- their judgment. in a .motor car which has IKWII f struck twice by Herman shrapnel, Colonel Seely. is "all over the English slang. He :has distinguished himself particularly Ky his at scbuting. On several occasions was neces- sary vhether some village ed bv iaccording -cbrrespoad- cnts, has, dashed into the place, reconnoitcred'and returned to headquarters. Private While of the Inntsbilliiu; Fusiliers, who was in the battlR of the Marne, tells how1 after Mying unattended for half an lio'-ir, 1m {heard a cheery voice ;inil felt himself touched on the shoulder. "Looking he said, "I found Colonel Sccly bending oter regardless of the deadly lire to which the position was exposed." he had given Russian army (1 that they in America. also have been placed ADMITS GRAVITY OF .SITUATION Tjpndon, Nov. Times' spe- cial correspondent at Venice says: Appouye, writing in the Vi- enna Zclt, situation ur- tainly. is very grave.-. our se.'vfef-, we and faithful allies, be- fore a strong.enemy antl .coalition.cre- ated by. hate, envy and cupidity, but let UB not allow ourselves to fall Into black pessimism. It is our duty to prepare our people and tp.encouraSe. them towards every-'possible effort and sacrifice.'" .A total of 71 holel and restaurant licenses will be cut off in .Montreal this year. Rev. A. p. Queen's ffratl- uate, has -been called to- St. Andrew's church, Wliitby. PRACTICE TRUE ECONOMY BUY You'get more tea for your mo'ncy and a-'quality that -will delight you by its excellence lend (hit Advertisement with 25 centi to. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Nlbbon Cook Book. The belt cook boon In WiiUrn Clnnda. Write and addriw plainly. ;