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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918 Tllrt LETHBHIMiK HKHALD SEVEN' The Ladies' Store Phone 453 AcadiaBlk. Xmas CO. This Weeks Values in Dry Goods and Far better than' you could reasonably expect in face of existing conditions Are Piling In lively new neckwear and boudoir cnps. now silk and Bilk boot hose, now handhorchiefa for women and children, now llnuna Tor roBiilar or afternoon uso, new crepe, Bilk mid clialllo kimonos and many other linen that people like to choose ouaily on display UilH weak for the first time. FOR THIS SEASON'S BU8INEW-WB BOUGHT BEFORE THE BIG- GFST ADVANCES WERE PUT ON-AND WITH ALL THESE GOODS NOW TO HAND AND A WILLINGNESS TO IELL SS A CLOSE MARGIN OF PROFIT, WE ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU NOT ONLY UNEQUALLED VARIETY BUT VALUES THE LIKE OF WHICH YOU WIL L NOT SEE FACT WHICH OF DIECMMINATINQ WOMEN DAILY BEAR OUT IN GOING THE ROUNDS IN SEARCH OF THE MOST FOR THEIR MONEY, The Sale of Suits Coats Continues Many new garments added to this lot for this week's selling, making it by tar tha value In smart now style garments you will see auywhoro in this country. 75 Values up to on Sale this Week at... About Fifty Garments to Chooso From. All Beautiful M.aterl.l.. Handsome New Plu.h Sizes up; to.42. J32.SO to Very Smart Serge Skirts. Regular size, up. to. J5, and ro. Splendid Serge and Covert SklrtB. For big women up to-36 In. to 110.00. Complete in Variety as You Would See in Any of the Larae Centree. Stocks of Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets and Underwear Women'. Ca.hmere Hoie 50c, 65c, 90c, Women'. Wool Gloves 45c, 50c, 60c, 65C. Women'. Union Suit.. Regular and O. S. sizes. and up io Women'. Ve.t. and Drawer.. In matched qualitle........ 50c to Children'. Nanreth, Fleeced and Jean Wai.t..................... 3Bc Hosiery. In any grade wanted, 35c, 45c, 50c, and up to 75a Go.sard Corset.. They lace In W.OO D. ft A. Corset. Special value for this week. Size, up to CLARKE CO. 612 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge Great Values in Dress Goods and Silks rtft l.UU AA .UU FINE SERGE. 40 in. Navy and black. Special HEAVY CASHMERE. Navy, cardinal and black FINE GRANITE CLOTH, fr-i nfi Brown, green, etc DIAGONAL SERGE. Lovely cloth. Colors navy, brown. ,4ft plum, copen. and black iJJl.TlV GRANITE SUITING. Navy only. 54 iu. Special value, lovely (jj-l Crt cloth at the price. VIYELLA FLANNELS. Cream, sky. pink and various stripes and 7 C _ checks. 31 in. Special..... L FINEST BROADCLOTH. 50 inch. Colors navy, brown, green, alice, black, wisteria. I7C Per yard.............. MEN'S NAVY SUITING, tor wom- en's wear. 'Extra fine and heavy. 50 inches wide. t7 71 Special FINEST POPLIN. Navy, alice, black, brown, green and Of? plum, 48 inch.......... DUCHESSE SATINS. 36 in. Lovely new evening shades. Su- 7C perior quality....... 1.1 J 'TAFFETA SILKS. Plain and shot. Colors navy, brown, black, green, white, pink, etc. AA Yard WASH HABUTAI AND CREPE. Yard wide. Black and OC white only. 51.10. SILK CREPE DE CHENE. 39 in. Every imaginable color. frl CA Special value BLACK DUCHESSE SILKS.-DBBU- tiful grades. 36 and 40 inches wide at J1.76, ?2.00 PA Try This Store for FURS Only garments of the most depend- able will bo found here and whether you want the moderately priced or expensive grades, this store offers the best obtainable value for your money. Women's Muskrat Coats, 45in. fl C and 50in. long, satin lined, at to Matched sets of Hudson SeaJ. Poland Pitch, Ermlno, Iceland Fox, Black Fox, Leopard, Wolf, etc., at prices ranging from to per set. Sweaters, Golfers, and other Woollens Prices of which arc now out of sight, but selling here at old prices by reason of very early purchases. SPORTS SETS. Sweaters, sash and cap. Various stylus and colors. JAEGER'S GOLFERS. Fine pure wool. Various weights. to GOLF JACKETS. In girli and ladles' sires. Big variety In the staplei colors of brown and dark red. At to SKATING CAPS. White and colors. Special BABIES WOOL OVERALLS. Wool caps, leggings, carriage robes, house klmonas, etc., in big variety. CLARKE CO. 612 3rd Aver S Lethbridge MILADI BENNETT JEUSOF s PHONE Mrs. J. S. Jones, of High River, Is ilsiting her fathers-Mayor Hurdle. H. G. Long returned last night torn an attended visit to Goderich, 'oronto and other eastern points. Dr. Peter H, Bryce was the guest over Sunday of Lieut, and Mrs. W. 3. Nelson. Dr. Bryan is Mrs. Nelson's uncle. The result of the recent member- ship campaign conducted by tho es of Wesley 'church was announced I paratory to launching a, big campaign, yesterday as a tie. A banquet will be having for its object an inventory of given by both classes on Friday at The bankers are Issuing invitations Young Ladies' and Young Men's class- j a dance in the S. O. B. hall on December 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Dunne, of Med- _lno Hat, were week end visitors with and Mrs. Levering. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris, of Calgary, .111 sneud the winter in the city at No. 2 Strathcna Court l The G. I. A. will meet on Wednesday .t 2.30 for Red Cross sewing at the lome of Mrs. Cowell, 6th St S. meeting of the Executive of! the IVomen's branch of the Red Cross will a held tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Mrs. [gnuon's residence. Elizabethan room of the Chi- .ok club proved a popular place on laturday afternoon when about tliir- r were present at the regular weekly Ottawa, Nov. B. Bennett, M. P.. for Calgary, who succeeded to the post of director-general of national service, ia actively at work at Otta- wa with the recently appointed sec- retary. They are engaged In perfect- ing headquarters' organization 6.45 In Wesley hail in connection with the campaign. Yesterday a mans meeting of women was held In Westminster church with Mrs. J. E. Layering presiding. Evan-, golist Barton gave a very illuminat- ing and Interesting address on "Kind, ling the Nation's Future." Several sol- os were aung by Mrs. Claude Hughes. The marriage took place this morn- ing 'at St. Augustln's church of Mr. George Edward Kaump of Tfavers, formerly of Broadland, S. D., and Washington, Nov. ad- vices received here today say that on Saturday night, Villa forces, at- tacking Chihuahua city had penetrated Into the city and established a line of trenchaa. Prisoners at the peniten- tiary were liberated and the guards Joined the Villa forces. News des- patches later reported the repulse of the attackers, but nothing official has reached here today. the man power of Canada. Interview- ed in his office Mr. Bennett made the following statement: "The regulations outlining the' re- sponsibilities of the national service established by order-in-council under the war measures act, specific- ally provide that the chief duty Im- posed" upon our organization is to make investigations and formulate plans that will enable agricultural and other essential industries to be Scrw.tnoultheimp.SBtr Trastee Refused to Sanction the services of the country. This would necessarily imply that the, noiws- sential industries must be prevented from, absorbing an undue proportion formerly or .iiroaaiana, B. LT., aim from absorbing an undue proportion Inez Bell Holbroofc .daughter! of tne of the country. Our of Mrs, Emily' B. Holbrcok, of Trav- board must determine the manner in ers, formerly of Elko, B. C. Canon J. E. MurreH-Wright performed the ceremony. The further donations have been f ;ceived for the Patriotic Fund: which it can better serve.the nation tit this time whether in military or in- dustrial capacity, also the extent to which it may he possible to provide for the substitution of women for man, to efficiently maintain the in- dustrial life of Cana-la. This must be done in order that those physically fit and of suitable age who may de- sire to serve with our military or nav- al forces, are given an opportunity to do so. r "Mark Irish, of Toronto, has recant. Western Supply Equipment Co. ly been appointed a member of our John Odmark Chaa. Me-'board as director of munitions la- Clenaghan L. F, Dosse SfcQ; Miss Oor and will devote his time and E. Campbell J7; T. N. Christie tention to tnia work. It IB also the A. M. and Scott Davis Robert ,juty Of the board in co-operation with In supreme court this morning ono of the moat Interesting casts on the docket was heard by Mr. Justice Walsh when the case of Arnegard TS. the Harona consolidated achooi dis- trict up. As reported In the Herald some weeks ago, ibis case arose oat of the action of Mr. Arnegard, one of the trustees of the Goldeudale school district, in re- fusing to sanction the entry of that How Teutons Wane War Upon Inno- I" Bueharert Helen Jtonfries, a J That the Lethbridge Trades labor Council is agreeable to the made that atens should taken toward purchasing the lirace Coal mine for the city is indi- lated in a letter received by Mayor .nuumcd, a Jlardic yesterday from the secretary {Scotch nurse, who has .come from If the Trades Council, based on ac-i Rumania, said, in an interview pub- taken at the meeting of thejllahed in the. Observer: "At. B.uch- 'lon men on Wednesday night. The rarest poisoned, aweeta and toys were etter reads: dropped by German airplanes. One The matter of advisability nf pur-1 of the bombs .'contained microbes of lhasrag the Grace Mine was dealt I every kind of virulent T-Ith at a meeting of the Lethbrldgej cholera, diphtheria, tcarlet fever, Jfrad'nfl and Labor Council and the'typhoid, M. JfoneBcu was. present at) submitted by you were gone i the analysis of the or some) Tito carefully. While we, as a body, of the which looked .e military authorities to assist re- I crulting. This work cannot be Intel- ligently prosecuted until we are In DEADLY CANDIES AND TOYS possession of certain basic statistical Ibey J. ,W. Boultcn Cockle data. To obtain such, economically and oxpedltlously, is the first gigan- tic task facing our organization. Up- on this we are now concentrating ev- ery effort." AUTOS BLAMED FOR DISEASE An increase In parasitical disoaaea among poultry and game birds In England is attributed to the distri- bution of dust through the air by Barons Consolidation and Action Follows Winnipeg, Nov. court! of appeal cave Judgment this morning that Mr. Justice Haggart went be- yond his jurlBdiction whpn ho made the order quashing Edward Beck's committal to jail for alleged con- tempt of Court after having previous- ly ordered his release on habeas cor- pus proceedings.. Chief Justice. How- ell and Justices Perdue, Richards, anc Cameron concurred la the judgmeni given today. Justicp Perdue stated that when. Justice Haggart made his provisional order. of. release the pro were at an end. Mr. Bed was no longer before the court, hav ing been released from custody with out bail. Whatever took place after that date under habeas corpus pro- ceedings, said his lordship, was with out jurisdiction on the part of Sir Justice Haggart. Justice Perdue add Imposed on Mr. Beck by Commission ar Gait, could not be disposed of by habeas corpus proceedings. There was no .power in the court of appeal or court of King's bench, he said, to recommit Mr. Beck to custody. The court's Judgment did not deal in any way with tho authority of Com- missioner Gait to Impose sentences for alleged contempt. To buy Boots at the "Bay" Store Tuesday to Wednesday means REAL ECONOMY. Your choice is not lirhited to a few pairs of old stock, but of the finest QUALITY FOOT- WEAR obtainable and can be bought at less than the wholesale _------------- cost The "Bay's" Buying Power Makes The Difference Bay Compa' Sale continues Tues- day and Wednesday Pick Miners Wanted Contract Bates, per ton. STAFFORD MINE EAST OF OARMANGAY, ALTA. PLASTERER WANTED Will offer 15c per yard. CATCH FOREMOST TWAIN, NOVEM- BER 28th. U. A. WILTSE FOREMOST CHURCH WINS ELECTION Hughes. Admirer .Must Attend BET vice and .Give for 52 Sundays Bloomfieid, N. first pay- mcnt on a S52 election bet was made fusng to sancon e eny o uu vu- district into the consolidation on the today, when Joseph Karwinkle put a ground that the consolidated district dollar note on the collection plate was the liabilities of the I of the Park Methodist church, in the Barons school district without receiv- ing a fair return. In the examina- tion of Mr. Cow this morning, evi- dence was brought out to show thnt the consolidation of the four school districts together with three new dis tricta wauld result in the acquiring by one dollar on presence of Thomas D. Gwinne, who had the Wilson end of the wager. who bet on Hughes, is ob- ligated to attend some Bloomfleld, Glen Ridge or Brookdale church each, Sunday, for.fifty-two weeks and to put the larger bmly of the Barons school property worth J7500 and about cash on and arrears of taics by taking up up worth of unpaid bonds of the Barons district. All the other trustees of the districts con- cerned were favorable to the trans- action with the exception of Mr. Arne- eard. who claimed the whole proceed- ings leading up to the transaction to have been irregular. The case was in course of baing heard when court adjourned at noon. Tomorrow the alimony case of Bus- sell vs. Russell will be heard. DESTROYS each Sunday. tho collection plate If Mr. Harvrtnklo should be unable to attend church on any Sunday he must delegate some one to take his place. Should Gwinkle be unable to accompany Harwinklo or his representative to church on any Sunday, he may name a substitute. iio not foci ourselves competent to ntelllgently decide on this important or me wnicn looKea itKOBnuu pralines. Tlwy were made of chlo-! Leonard Crowder, 10, nearly threu ride of lime. Man? children ate'the last stone of his life at elllgently decide on this Important ride ol lime. Many cmmren BIB ino ,tter we bellevo you have only the them and died, One morning after, Lynn, Mass, when he nad the Pen. lert interest of the city in mind In! an air raid flittering pencil cases' ally Imposed by Judge Lumimis in rtngnlths mportant subject up lay strewn about the .treats. A sol- Juvenile session district court and mngiiig mi _ _ ,ner picked and was unscrew- pitched stones in succession. ing the metal when it exploded. He waa near collapse when M fin- Three of fingers were blown It took the youngster hour ]and 30 minutes to complete the sen- or consideration and have sufficient lionfidencB la your ability In this to give the scheme favorable lonBlderatlon I BhouU you at any time wish to Inert a committee of this council on Ihis subject, we would be pleased to you when called ujiou. Investigators have found that elec- tricity applied to soil that has been dampended with salt water will des- troy insects without Injury to grow- ing crops. Auction Sale TO-MORROW, Tuesday Night At 7.30 at Wilson's Auction Rooms Toques, Sweaters, Boots and Shoes, Men's Shirts and Underwear, Ties, Smallwares, Etc. NO RESERVE TERMS CASH W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER Rohort 8. Tolton. 71. a business Crowder arrested iffcr dealer, and John Schular fis.hernian, man of Brantford, was arrested at lie had thrown a pebBIe which I about 10 years ol age ail of Hamilton charged by hie thirty-one-troyed the of one of his com- wer. lost when their boat sank year-old wife non-support, panious. J.Oeorglen bay. Milton Meyers, 30 years of age, sou of Charles Meyers grocer; Qeorge nanaoi EU Cook, 86, son of George Cook, grain eriy ur iiu jccrle, but he wants to hers. THE WHITE INDJAN You can't always tell a man's coloi by his face. Real "whiteness" is a matter of character rather than coun- tenance. Perhaps this has never been more graphically illustrated than In the cssc of PWlis SI; Swan, f Treaty In- dian, and an ex-pupil of the Church of England school on the Peigan Re- serve. Philip Big Swan's income is not great, but he has voluntarily for- warded the secretary of the South Alberta branch of the Canadian Patri- otic Fund tho of MO.OO as a contribution to the fund. He says he )t go himself to fight for the lib. .rt, of W; but h- do his bit to help others. Is everyboir !r. thte community us white as Philip Big Swan of tho Pel- gani.Reserye! AUCTION SALE At Wilson's Auction Booms, 427 oth St. S. on Wednesday, Nov. 29th AT Furniture and Store Fixtures j Including Beds, Springs and Mattresses; one English baby buggy; arm chairs and rockert; one mangle; one large writing table; sets; rugs and pillows; Store Fixtures consists of: 1 Victor safe, counter! and tables; one sat oaken units; one large shoe fixture (oxldlied cop- per) office chair; two revolving display crockery dlapUy racks, etc. W. L. WILSON, AUCTiohlEER TERMS'CASK ;