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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIt'ALD 'FRIDAY.' NOVEMBER The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Saturday's Extra Special Bargains In the Mid-Season Sale Velvet in all colors: hit-lies .wide. Sale.............450 Silk Plush in :.U inch width, black, hclio. navy and inaliou'- Broadcloth and Cheviot, ins. wide, all colors. .J1} a4S Mcsselaine Kilk. full yard wide, shown in all colors. -toe Hosiery, plain ribbed cash- mere and ribbed woollens 256 20c Ribbons, four to live inches wide, all colors........12''iO Silk Waists in many odd srvles and colors, all sixes. Underskirts in silks, satins and silk and Newest Suits hi cape. iniliNry. and oilier ami !jiir.oO Newest Coats iij l.H-sl styles of season. -SI 2. 75 and Newest Coats ail on ill to Suits iiu-ludiiifr all our models S10.00 and Skirts in black. navy and colors S0.7S Saw Sill; drop shoulder. sleeves. -.S2i45 and 40c Children's Under- in while ami natural col- and 40e Turkish Towels in size. heavy weight. 25G Brassieres in beautifully. finished gnrnieut.s. all, sixes 556 ijiS.50 to Hats in newest and host styles of the season. Trice MARQUIS WAS COATLESS Left: Battlefront. to Have Uniforms Made London. Nov. reason why jhe Manjuis 01 Anglesey, one'of ibe peers in England, suddenly fetur'iied from France a few days ago, after remaining at the Riiz Hotel for 24 hours, hastened back to rejoin his regiment has just ueen revealed. It thai the- Manjms was forced to apply for a brief leave be- caiise-he actually did net have a coat to his back. The ordinary wear and "fear of campaign ill g- siarted the work of demolition on the somewhat fragile quality of khaki designed by a fash- ionably tai'ior. and a piece of shrap- nel completed it by. ripping out the back, 'without wounding his Icrdsbip. The Marquis had two uni- forms made duriug- his brief visit. It is curious to note that the last holder of the title, the cousin of the present Marquis, was chiefly famous as the possessor of the most extensive wardrobe in England, including more than thirty coats. iNlIfSing Rev. David Paul, of Robertson Me- morial Parish, "tldinnurgh, Scotland, has been, nominated for numerator oi the nest General Assembly of th Church of Scotland. 'ssion Needs All the Assistance1 the Citizens Can. Provide 1 HE MAYOR'S STATEMENT 'Fur the Economical Housewife wants Jier dollars to go far hi for the home Today's Shopper has 23 More Chances than the 'Last-minute Man fF YOU ARE WONDERING what would-be- the to get visit Bawden The'.., Store is ;lip-to -date with 'suggestions, and you will surely be surprised at useful gifts stocked kind: you can give, knowing that each one is "just the very thing." For this. Seasonis Gifts, our Buyer, always'having, the purse strings on mind, has certainly exercised judicious care in select- CENT. Deposit on; ai; Table, Chair, Bookcase, Reading Lamp, or any useful, sensible Gift will hold it until December 24th. See Ouir Beautiful Show Windows Every Day AW r i Hcintz Mince Meat in crocks. regular T5c; our price .....5Clc Cardston Creamery Butter: 3 pounds for Swift's Bacon, Empire ...24c .New Table Raisins, Crown; jixtra large ................45c Ontario Fall Cream Cheese, 2 pounds for.................45c -LioVourger Cheese, brick. .35c Camenrbert Zig Zag .....50c GamoIosC per jar.........45c Jugersoll Cream, 2 for___25c .McLaren's imperial .32c Imperial ......62c 'Spinach 2'tins Succotash, 2 tine ........25c Xew Arabia Fard Dates; pound St. Charles -Milk Coral Soap, bar Creoline Carholic Soap, Libby's large. LIhby's Asparagus Tips.. New Seeded Haisins, i' Xtjw Currants, ?Cew Saltanas, bleached.. Suitanas Mediterranean New" Orange Peel New Lemon Peel...... New Citron Pec! New Cut Peel........... per .10c ..-.10c .15c 10 ,25c .30c -25c ,25C '.25c .15c .18c .20c .20c ;25c SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Oranges, regular SOc dozen, on sale 2 ijozen for .._....'......45c Oranaes, regular SSc dozen, on sale 2 dozen for..........; ,55c Fancy Apples, regular. bos, on sale ___31.50 200 pounds finest Newport Ch'ocoiates, on sale per Ib___40c varieties Christies' Fancy Mixed Biscuits, on sale, Ib...20c Sweet Potatoes, -1 lbs-for..25c Cranberries, 2 Kos for r-our.d......75c j Libby's Pineapple, 2 tins wet K ior 45c lobby's Pineapple. large .2oc s Pmedpplp mail 15c Iced Wafers, per pouna___35c Van Camp's Hominy -1 for 35c Yellow Denver, Onions. 10 !bs. for................-........25c -Tea Garden '-Preserves in Ib. sanitary tins, 'each Carnation Wheat Flakes 14 Roman Meal jt Sftifts Premium Bacon, 'chine sliced, per pound Equal'Egg, 25c and Sultana Sweeping- torn. ....17c French.: Beans ..15c. 'Patria Rice' ..lOc K-iriest Pearl- Barley' Saypy, Fingers, per Ib. .32c Brace's J-fcrrings in Tomato Sauce, 2 for 35c TJ race's Kippered Herring L' for 35c lobby's Pork and 2 Ri7e -....I5c' McLaren's Jelly Powder, this week 4 packages ;for ,25C Swift's Premium Hams, and machine sliced ,30c i LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS GRAPES, PUMPKINS, FLORIDA FRUIT 'CAULIFLOWER. TOMATOES s t _ f 20 Ibs. B.C. Sugar 1 .50 with a grocery order Geo. Kerr Co. Phones 1453 and 1502 That relief. o.C local "destitution tiitjuire careful studv and .thought, a'; i a prept-Of on is anpuent a survey ,01..conditions. .Mayor Hardie nndf Ilie tate neat this wceh. there would he- at least.100 families in the there are; iiou- in fact, that niany families _ _.- without looil oi lucl. md uithput1 I the monev to'bur such necessities, "are back in His daughter I been and tint a-u desritut on nou n e i is wonun0 am! is le sole support {so thai tl L st cncs h ue been com deuce i ill be prolonged throughout oi loui her husband giving hc-n out relied to ces. assisfanu the winter. Ko less than forts men oi work ior some hUe fehe is mi LJU.LM BROS, entirely removed applied to Commissiuner Grace on Monday for work, stating, that th; v were ahsolutclv without funds and 'minus any prospect- oi-obtaining any i Many ot these men have, been out of work practically all summer, and some have had work only intermit- tently, such worX. as the has done beme; uistrinutei in -small batch constant fear Miss HHci and two nurs s Miss she is sibjrc am! that she will i kepCt bus? at the cc npclletl to gue up her worV to f and relict mic cases 01 _ji.__ lootvinff into ami mg ui want No en out, all supplies being purchased in the city at the lowest possible 1 ho onH source oi maintenance fl- I PIFFPIF L SiEiLLrLL Phone SIS Apples, al! gobil per box S1.50 and Shelled Walnuts Per pound S1J5 SOc Shelled "Almonds Per pound Raisins per package, 12 ounces Curranis .packages Ifl ounces pound pail proTt'Ts i-ntmp'ouncnt tomrafe toother pns ibie ihe net thit so nanx Imp other houscl olds-cases where applied, and continue to apply, for work, signifies that it is not- charity that is wanted. The men invariably. plead 'that something be given them in the way o: but th? city cannot hold- out any offejs of work, so that it seems likelv that assistance ot some sort will have, to be provided, and the mayor estimates that from Jo .SIO.'OOO will be, required to 'pope this during, the winter months. 1TAYOK TALKS ;lt would not have been a seriou; matter if taxes rhad come said the mayor, ''nor 'if the ratepayers would let-us alone, so that'we could' work unhampered. There' is a little to be available at Victoria: park, some or worth, I understand, but that will not pro- vide employment'for all. The city is. mortgaged up'to its neck, arid" can hardly breathe now, so that is doubly agitation; keeps things .in, a .turmoil, so that there is always an. uncertainty getting money, due to the possibility) of a recall. The1 bunks want to what to' .any agreement- may we are recall- Ied incl new rofsimibSioner ire elect 1 ed Ihe co-mmssicmers are doing thur, cope with the situation, and ,il think that of the year- will lie able tr Mou substantial i stimates are now bf-me pre j pirctl lot vear ind i'l litch i all he ready for the'first golngrpver 1 bv the eml of the month. We cannot hope (o "avt much jr-ar and I (id not think Uiere is. a person IP town wlio tlie oi j ihi. ituaiion nn> more thin do the commissioners who dcvoted-nhcir whole time so far tins year, to: the (city's affairs. This unemployment il 11 n is onn thit requires some, finlmf, with riijjt iw ij and tlim s ill onh ret it in tranquil for a (imp, f think will. hep able to mlk it M I SIM.. r hat the mis fson could nandiL Jtlnf m the i oil tins winter hut uom i ulnt hib Icen ilout ir fi forts would no a toward I eopniL, wt'i tic situ ition tf thej ari pioMded witii the means i ft the people tie threat ncfil he at home said Iiss 1 illev 1 am SUTL would Iiand us I U least a bhdcc thr-ir coninhn j lion 4 ll our cpsps atv ell mo mil 'into buore "id is but n most cases it s not nc essacj is we I found tint'the majorit of pro pic needing h Ip lelrjm uom mi, unics-, ti ire compelled to tnd i iCj would (it arpl in case it the) could pet "inplt mnt 01 were ihk to nnrK if work w is 10 he Md i The mission now lias 00 familie.s im- j its' care, aiiii medical attention fa d ami n "g buppl'ed a i oi the SO patients ing bei'n' given medical treatment last l-nioiith. I the childien s Shelici fs 'not to funilics the help Ihit is g there in the w-iy o support of neglected 'children, is very I worthy. Dainty how has some lj children >n !i uul md onl> two of this mimtier are Ue.Uiljridgc charges, ;tlie1 "remainder coining from outside1 poll's their mamicnante being Ouar an Iced tiie Li icf Sfcciion has nlmin ttrnosf of "the poiici (ioartment s re nief thiouj.Ii ihe nursm., mifesion uid 'has supplies IS.familirs with, 'coil on qnlcrs ipcommtnddd the j mission Ihe civir cmptojccs fund prp.Iiabiy consider the local I nrcds the bdirol teichers is is [well known ire i mont'i I lotji re! rf tiuounh the nurs i ing in csion WASHINGTON GAVE TORONTO THE TIP Out., Nov. cffi- i clfils have placed 'with an American firm ari order for 3500 Winchester rifles. which file police force and home guard.will be armed. Jn addi- tion an ordfir has btcn g en for 1 0 0 000 Vduhds of amnuiiition Thp offer of rifles, it is uiideratoDfl, h'as been tur'ned down, Mayof- 'lldchen resented the MiJor-Gotiefal in council voted for home de- fence. "Wo acted on Information re- Don't Study the Butcher Study Your Pocketbook Cm Mc.iK .md 'Home-Made. aio still up to (he stiindarcl; but pur' piicos die like Geiinin .icioplancs, owing to (lip bailie ot Lceii compel they're. com- Prune Pickled Pork, per pound Loin ot Pork, uell trimmed, per WESTMINSTER MARKET Phone 1055 for Tomorrow Leal Lard, per pound HecJli boil, pound IOC BceJ, pol roii'r.t, per pound lOrlo 15C Sirloin Steak, per --220 t, to .'.'-.'22c e, 2 pounds lor Best Creamer) Butter, 3 Ibs. Delanys Limited 452 ;