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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 and 15 cent Bargain omorrow we have gathered; together odds ad ends of.many useful of hick are worth double-the sale-prices-- .You., ill find them groupc'd for on nr 5, 10 'arid 15c bargain., counters.; The rices are for -phone orders iken. i [Hi The Htiaid desires to cliron- icle in this column the social ty activities of and would ask that any items oi interest be telephoned to. tSie editorial office, 1224. -5- Mrs. J. A Jackson will receive morrow for the first time this sea- sou. VRN, Mack in skein th needle, each ...'..wia -IIMBLES, for girls in E_ narate Ibox, 15c.. .ARK'S CROCHET JTTON B TAPE LINES o BUNCHES 0 YDS. LINEN TOR LACES up 20c.. c AND 15c PEARL JTTONS BONE HAIR NS............... 5c So 5c Sc .5c 5c OBE for the boys and girls, jrth up to 3Bc 1Rn HBY'BROCHES with words "Pet, etc 4 cvfor IOC AIR NETS, the Royal and iree 4 C-. for ..............JOC OWELING, pure linen roll- 1 fin egiilar 15c.........I UC IVORINE YARNS in'balls English .Longsloth 15c for fine ENDING WOOL for GARTERS for tlvo Itidflies; Mack and >f (ft n 15c, .20c 3 CARDS SAFETY PINS "for 3 CARDS TOILET PINS for 3 LARGE PAPERS PINS for. 10e 10c IQo 10s 10C Itic lOc 3 CARDS DOME FASTENERS 3 CARDS COLLAR SUPPORTS 3 MUSLIN KER- CHIEFS for TOWELS, either Huck, Lan- en or Turkish 1 f% ft each TOWELS, large, ready to use Dish Towels: 4 Kfk each I BUTTONS, fancy and jLt trimming Buttons "flSrt 25c for I tJw EMBROIDERY 1 F HOOPS, each I ww Rylands The Busy Store Mrs. P. L'. Naismith, of Calgary, is the guest ol Mrs. Wilson at. the Barracks. Miss S. A. Barassin, who has been a valued member of the Herald stall [or the past three years, severed her connection with the pap- er yesterday. Since joining the Her- ald Rarassin has been closely in touch with the social life o! the com- munity. She will remain in Ltth- bridgc for some weeks. Toronto, Oct. utmos- phero on Parliament Hill Is clearing. Hon. W. H. Hearst from Sault Ste. Marie, and at present Minister of Lands, For- eats and Mines will be the next Premier of the 1'rovlnce o( On- tario, according Ip gossip given out in some quarters. was spent over the work. A dainty luncheon was served at the close. At a recent meeting of the Impcr- :ian Order Daughters of the Umpire it was agreed among the members I'hat each would in, as a dona-- tion to the Belgian relief fund, at one new article of clothing for I woman or child. Members are now have the parcels dclivcr- ]td to Mrs. Cieo. W. Itohinsivi some i time after 1U o'clock Friday morning. Last evening the home oi Mr. and Mrs. A. Ott was the scene o! 3 small surprise party in honor oi Miss Ciladys. During the eiT-ning dancing was enjoyed and at midnight dainty refreshments were served, after which dancing was re- sumed till the happy throng their hone rh e pro's nt J isses Mirr-ny, OHer, Croaliu Iljssop, lionaell id (i man. Dowse, Graham; terscn and Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Hoot.. Ibcy uavtv re turned from Calgary, waero !.lev WP-> the guests at a IJVJEIKIIC given and Mrs A r 1 r at dicn P-i y Hook, the weli-k'sowr. Calaary piacist, gave a recital. Mr. Howies is ger for the Gbuita? Piaao Co. for the Calgary anil northern district, Mr. fbey is tltc southern Every lady in the city is Interested in the relief campaign being conduct- ed by the Imperial Order, Daughters i ill the Empire, 'and will VicrefurS I make special note of the concert to I be given m.lcr the auspices oi ti.e order by the City Band, nstistr.il hy local talent, on Sunday cvcaiag next at 8.30 at the Majestic Theatre. The hind's scr.ircs ar.' being ircriy given mil- thr 1'Mlics in charge are sure the! ti-c trc v. H l.e in aid of tl-.jj worthv Keep the 'late in mind; evening after chiu'th. Ti- o Ltilies Class of1 V e ch i h il c tt'e home f I V 1) i 111 M __S e ;.n; at 8 o'clcci snr.rp. Clubs and Societies T, e Lid e Aid of the rim'ti n church who .arc working vigorously on articles tor their taiaar, rr.et at the home ol Mrs. D. Inman Weil- Inesdav afternoon, .and an" cnicyL'jle rstn V, M S ill hold a i uc ,b in Ir- V i Hill on 0 o d S TKir Mil -co le tab'f n In i, rciusliments II c v "1 L-t s s Bible- cl s nl 1 Kil a lallv of all the hn ti ol the concre'ation in 'tie c Lrcli t o'elcck tonight In rr u nmini; x i illv meeting oi ti trim i to Crnstian Erjeaior Mil U 1 I' The Ladies Art. Needlework club 1 e i' a i n i leai.. U -ession List r.t tto home of litrs. Jos. Young. FOR one a feature for those who are Two Lines of Se [0.00, to Dresses, Clearing at [O.OO to Dresses, Clearing at These elaborate Gowns purchased direct from New York. The materials Ine would cost as much as we are retailing the finished garment for, materials messalines, silks, cord silks and shot taffettas, others of velvet, silk ccjmbina- You'li appreciate their superior value the minute you see them. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY and WO Women's Tail- red Suits lit ten only splendid Fall all wool tweeds, form- Cft 120.00. Your choice.... 9 "wU Fancy Silks 50C a Yard of light shades for evening design or Plain Cord effecU Mdth; worth Jl-00 a yard. repe de Chene i, gold, orange or light blue, ,1ty of Silk Crepe de Chine, 11 J1.50. Friday, and QCg Goods E, navy, tan and sale, 40 Saturday we are going to move ciit a line pf splendidly tailored Coats, Chlnclilllrg and Beaver Cloths are the ma lerials. %iiday and C7 Kft Bjoys Underwear A heavy Bibbed Underwear of exceptional merit, goodlvearing quality and unshrink able. Somef garments slightly soiled. 9Qc to a garment. Friday aqd Saturday Odd Lihes Men's Wool Underwear from of the best wool; prices up to d......95c WaiheMpas Brown, and Sare'tf'Orey are the shaties, taiwl Regular' 13.56 for t. Gartner's collect! English makes, S3.60: a garment. Saturday i.. GO., LTD. )LL Your Opportunity to Secure Mr. E. M. Bud "lightning" aril ten days, And will give daily tween the hours oflOi Beautiful Foreign and Locaj on canvas frames, that would on cuted in our window in from 5 to] to the purchasing public With every purchase or total purchases amounting to MO, een these dates., t. will give an oil painting, -slu inches. With every purchase or Iota! puiohases amounting to between these dates, we ill o an oil painting, 18x34 inches. Save Your Slips from 2nd to 13th MEN'S FALL SUITS .in good -colorings, made in Uie newest models and tailored value to MEN'S FALL OVERCOATS in good .Imported Tweeds, latest Etvli.3 In -11 sizes These are all, values from SL! 50 to 00 (gft Ejjj Price MEN'S SWEATER COATS in all good plain colors, splen did vi ei'ht and smarf collars All sizes Regular ff j) SJJJ 5350 MEN'S HOSE, pure wool, fingering in fancj heather mixtures with card of. mend- ing attached. Kes. fl ftfj 35o, 6 pairs for 9 i LADItS' UNDERSKIRTS, a lovely soft quality English Moire, wide range of color ings, knife pleated flounce, Regular S3 50-----" for BOYS' BOX CALF BLUCH- ERS, strong and sturdy boots for school wear, 1 to 5 Regular BO C 4 QQ Price 9 I C H I L D R E N'S CORSET WAISTS, m white only, sizes 1 to 6 vears, 35c quality Just 25 or JO to clear oul at....... FANCY TWEED DRESS GOODS, neat monotone and rabeline striped effects, also 'cheviot serges, all good quali- ties, 40 to 54 inches wide. ;i 00 to CQ'n Per yard...........WWW AXMINSTER RUGS, lovely deep pile, floral and Oriental designs in tan and green. Size 2T 164" 4 QK Worth S3 50 3> I TAPESTRY RUGS, just S altogether, tan and' green de- signs. Size CS'Cflj 0x9 3112 55 TEA SETS, in. green floral effect, 21 pieces .in all, ti.oups, 6 saucers, G bread and butter plates, 1 cream, 1 calte -plate and 1 slop bowl w9 LADIES' CORSETS, all up to-date models, low bust, very long hip. and back, four hose supporters. embro.I4ery trimmed, one of our most popular lines Regular 50 ......09G OHAPUT-SHARP The v.eddmg of Miss Jean Sharp and S J Chaput took'place at Ft Michael's church, Creek, on UeJaesday rooming. JIiss F Mon- gecn was bridesmaid and L. D. Meth- ot assisted the groom. The ceremony was performed by Hev. Father Pilon. After the wedding, the happy couple to the'station by a large numfcer of friends On the return from hone) moon trip to various points in tbe they ,will take up their abode in Pinchtr Creek. Mr, Mrs. Chaput Jii-.c-toth jiv-dMn this neighBorhood for a long lime' and ale very popular. A quiet wedding was solemnised at parsonage Tuesday by the Rev. O. H Cobbledick, vften Miss Lizzie Bott became of Mr. John Henry noyle. both of Cbainpion; Tin) bride by HIES fcorah-'B. Halaall of Champion. Mt. "and' Jlfa." Doyle' will livo in AHk St. Andrew's Manse at eight o'clock Wednesday evening, whrai' Mr. Clar- ence William Hart ol the R.N W M. p. "K" Division, was united m'rria- tnmoay to Miss Annie Qua of Leth- t solemnized Oven linings are remov coated with anti-rust sol Built to burn natural Utili [best itiooi ;