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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMHER 28, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAGE SEVEN, If Ryiands Will fcr was 50 pairs Corsets, 18 at.. Ladies' and flouts for. Check Tea yard: Satin' shades. Penman's 50o Cashmere for q _ 200 yards good English Print-, yard Qg Fancy Mull Kerchiefs up to 2oo f Voile and Silk Waists at, a discount of. Ciirls' Coats 3 to 14 years, up to Yard wide Victoria Lawn, per! yard. Capo Coats and other style up to 62, 45-in. Cloakings Our entire stock of Men's and Boys' AVear at invoice prices. -Everything must be cleared out as we. are giving up this part of our business. Come in tonight and look over the bargains. GO Tlie Busy Store JUST TAKE AN HOIJR OR SQ .AND LOOK OVER iotlR LARGE 1 AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF Carpet Squares, Small Rugs .and Draperies EVEN'lF-yOU DO NOT INTEND BUYING NOW, THE BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AND RICH COLORINGS WILL INTEREST YOU STANDARD FURNITURE CO. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. OPP. COURT HOUSE Shii'ts N'tRht 'Shirts for men, all good materials, al! regular ItPG .Sweater Coats Ladies' Sweater Coa'iB, knit in fancy or [ilaiii roll collar, colors tan, grey, fawn, rod and price Extra special regular Cannes Played Today London, NOT. are the results of league football games ilayed today on the grounds ,oi the irsl named club 1IHS1 DlUblOn. Blackburn hovers b Burnley U Bolton Wanderers -1, -Tottenham Hotspur 2 Braoi'ord 2, Sheffield United-0. ituerpopl 8 AbLon Villa C Manchester United -1, Newcastle UnT ted fl Notts 0 Bradford Utj 0 I Oldhain Athletic 5, Middlesbrough Sheffield Wednesday 4. SunlerlaiiJ 2 1 West Bromwich Albion ;er City. I. SECOND DIVISION Arsenal 3, Bristol City 0. Birmingham 3, Blackpool 0, Clapton Orient 3, Bury 2. Derby County 1, HuddersfieW Town Fulham 2, Bnrnslcy 0. Hull City 3, Nottingham Forest 1. Lucas City 0, Preston ..North Una Lincoln City 2, Grimsbytown 1. Stoekport 'County 3, Leicester "oss'c 0. UcHerhampton Wanderers 4 trios op 0. SOUTHI LC Southampton (i, .Heading 3 and ioh 1. 'Crovdon Common "0, Cardiff ,City 1. Bristol Hovers 2 Fxeter City 1 Uilctic 2 Lutontown 0 Queen s Rangers 1 1 orts lOUtll 0, South End Town, ostponcd, PI} mouth AieUe 1 Grjstal Palace Watford 0, .Westham.United Hi. "Nortlnmpkm 1, IStsuieh Citj 0 SC011ISH LPAGUF Kilmarnock 5 2 Norton i Virdneoiwiis 1 Queens Park 1 tinted' D -ibartcn 1 Celtic 1 Jralhirk 5, MofchenveH 1. Hamilton Academicals 1, Heafts of lidlothlan 3. Hibernians 4, 1. Hahserg Lanark Raith Rovers 1, Dr. Frederick Frank, a pioneer doc- tor of. Orangevllle, Out., Is dead. Tacoma, three, German jwhlch operating off .coast of South America had changed their base to the Aleutian, Islands'and were patrolling the. trade route between, Pugot Sound ghd the Orient, was the report brought today by the .Japanese iln'sr Maru in port from Yp'koHama. While crossing'the Pacific the Tacoma Maru "received a wireless dispatch from the Chicago Maru, westbound, stating that German warships were in ;the area be- tween the 180th and 150th Meri- dians. The Chicago Maru report- ed that she had Altered her course .to avoid capture. j buying Christmas poor. Hi. Augustin's Bazaar, whiuh last was iin unhoutided suc- cess. The ladies of the Women's Aux- iliary had spent only a month in pre- paration, having been busy prior to that time on Hetl Cross work. The proceeds were well over SI50, anil ail vhe offerings were sold early in the evening. The Fcrme Ledger has the follow- ing reference to a former Lethbridge resident-: A was held on Friday ev- ening in the banquet hall of the Fer- nie Club in honor of Mr. J. S. T. Alexander, chairman oi the Provin- cial Watar Commission, now residing nt Victoria, but who is now tempor- arily visiting the city in his official capacity. Air. "Alexander is one of j Forme's pioneers and for a number j of years practised law, while latterly S he held the responsible position Government Agent, from .which posi-j tion lie resigned .some six months ago to acccpfi his present appointment. The guest of honor was presented j with a handsome-brace of pipes by the members .oiHhe club, as sl small token of the high .esteem _in which he is held by Fernic's prominent citi- zens. Clubs and Societies The Wesley Ladies' Aid recjitests. that those donating cooking send j their parcels to the1 church on Tues' The Young Ladies of St. Patricks church will bold a sale- of fancy work 25 of these VALUES A beautiful collection of Silk. Sp.tin and 'lirocadc Undersliirts, jersoy toys, 10 in. pleated i'iouuce. res. Colgate Specials Colgate's Cold Cream and Shaving Crcum, or Powder, for The "K" Boot for MMI "K" Boots for men fire yooil value at -When we an- nounce this lice tonisht at we anticipate a rush for them. Colors black and tan, box calf, bluchor styles, tonight Kid (.loves A special Ilia; will fluil favor affioiif; the 'JiKlies toniglit. liiaok or wiilto Kid Gloves, IS inches, to (g 7, regular Girls' Tan Pnmps 10 pairs of Ciirls1 Tail Pumps featuring in {i iiufry out special sale, neat style wiUi S0n strap, reciilar SI Crib Blankets and Comforts Beacon Com Corts and nlankets, made from fine fleecy eiderdown, reveraibla. Teddy Bear patterns, 28 ins, yard Crib Blankets in dainty pink and blue The price Tonight In the Grocery Extra Special! Bananas. 2 dozen for j Oranges, good G rape's, for 5 Hudson'-Gig-ai's ay Co. Christmas cities and numbers as pleasing as they are un- ique anil the I 0 D b icels secure in stating that the function he one ot the most successiul of the season the promises also to be to 1' V ellcr In con nee tion with this, the ladies are hold- ing a pantry-sale and Patriotic Tea, the entire proceeds of which will go I to Patriotic 'and Kpi! Cross Funds. I There will also be a-fish pond for the children. apron; camlj on and ihursda} ._________a ternoon anu Dec andlsocieU oi importance a largo 3rtl in the Balmoral nlork nevt doDr number of parties aireidy been arranged for Ihe program fol lows Overture- Gaslcell's orchestra G ho r nib ined choirs of and 11151 stin s chuicbss _.-jirs, .Stella. Lumbard ton; Banco oi the Allie Britain Trance (c) Russia (d) Bel 311101. Bull and Ihty Uhes That (Con- an Mr. U. T. Brymner. Club 41 Dominion Kebsccah Lodge No. met Thursday night for election .of ofTiccrs, wliich resulted as follows Noble GrawiT-Mrs. Morden. Hccordiug Agav, Financial White. H.' Maxwell. Junior 17ast Smith. I .Sketch- T ernie auoKe ivom the even tenor t itlood Vita 28 '.this morning de- stroyed tbe building and corrals of Knot] the Hoscland Diirj M Ciosalej, ouner about two miles east of to-vn The' Wre brotfe out in .a stack of green feed In the -yard, and soon. spread to all the build ngs Miout 50 iead of cattle in the snedb were just in time The brigade went out Horn town bit is io do anv good 11 e lo-ss will thousand dolliirs insurance. panlv coi e oi In i" ai linirsnii night long to turn out in num bcrs to cjoy i treat in tie of an amateur.-pcriorniauce hv the .Lad- ics' Aid of the Presbyterian church. I The title oi'the1 playlet was: "An Afternoon tea by 'the ladies of 1878. As indicated hv the title the pli> necessitated setting .back of tho fashions to ,V period when: slit skirts would have crcate-H a first class scan- dal. What tho-skirts of the ladies in last s plaj lacked m slits aril slashes, they' macJe'iip in bustles and flounces. Th? play brought out a good crowd and it was so well received that a repetition for .last night was an- nounced, At a business meeting or the Junior Girls' Bible .class of St. Cyprian's Church last night, Miss Bertha Bpul- lon was -elected president; Misa Freda Kelly, vice-president, and Miss Meta Wellington secretary-treasurer. Gladys Holt will he chairman' of the 'Look-out" committee, and the Vice- president will, be chairman vof til? Social committee. annual re- ports showed that the class had done much useful work "during the past year. Mrs.-R. T. Brymnerand Mrs. E. A. who have charge of the pro- gram committco of -the triotie- entertainment to be Riven in Ah'estic rhic'itM on Friday even ing next have completed the program as it rppcnrs below, and arc entb.u- nastic over the fine progress that has been made Fverj person tak ing put in the entertainment haf> worked like a Irojan to make the 'A Sibtar to Assist L Mr Waddington. choirs. Hand. Ailips. National Anthem. A Truly Helpful Environment f daughter a Gto Mclntosli a well knonn Seo fortlf. Ont.. is dead; write 60 f R.I JtlbCEU (ht To' Avoid the Holiday Your Pho- tos Made Now, by the TISE STUDIO 3rd Ave. South, Lethbridge ;