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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta pr- i >ACE SIX TUR T.RTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1915 A Complete Showing of Ready-to-Wear Tust received, a soecial Sl.OO qual- ity White Corduroy for lams. baby coats, etc.. on solo at a also black, navy, brown, tan, red. Twill Man. Cloth 18c For Men's and Boys' N'lgnt Gowns. liearv twill White Cotton Cloth, un- tcarablc. regular 25c duality, on sale at ISc. Pajaniajlannellettee25c We specialize on Horrockes double warp English Flannelette. This .par- ticular line suitable for pyjamas, night gowns, etc, full 36 ins. wide. Finest Baby Flannel 65c 27 inch white Viyella Flannel, very fine Quality all wool flannel very scarce, and excellent value at 6ac 2. yard. 7yds. Canton FInl. 1..QQ 25 inch nure white Cinton Fnnnel lor intents. This .s an extra piece, regular 7 yards tor 65c Cash. Hose for_35c. 4 fortunate purchase., of Ladies' Ca'shmere Hose in black and five col- ors, values as high as Gac. On sale price. 27JIL Eiderdown at 39c A fancy ribbed Cotton Eiderdown for kimonas baM't, jackets etc, damtj pinX. rose, white or sks color- ings. Rylands New Coats and Dresses will be Opening Day in our New Ready-jo-Wear Section. You Save Money When You Buy your Dress Goods and Silks Here Crepe De Chcne-, 36 inches wide, shades of Dutch blue, sky, coral. bhell pmk, etc, specnl CQft on Saturda% ww Silk Bedford Cord 42 inches wide, one of our best selling dress ma- terials, shades pinl. cream, tan, 51.50 Coatings, 54 inches Hide, fanov over plaid all wool materials, on sale at Per Blanket Cloth, white, scarlet, navy 54 inches, wide, heavy j per yard Salts "Baby-lamKoats" at Thesc Fabric Fur Coats are all the rage in the big Wo are showing some .real smart styles from the 1NTEX lines. All are full satin lined and the prices are reasonable- frorn ?22.00 to 52S.CO. New Coats at and Tliese Swagger Coats in the new Pompador styles, with their wide flaring skirts and high.princess waist lines are con- sidered the very newest styles in the big style centres. Halt a dozen of these coats in smart tweeds and zebelines-frorn flo.OO to 525.00. Coats with_______ The C0nar this season makes or mars the coat-low open collars are past and gone. The new Military and Chm collars are right. You will notice we have a bis shoiung of coats with these new collars, priced according to materials and We Specialize on Coats at--------- Why not buy a medium priced coat, say at 515, each season, instead of 530 and 535-and have to wear it two or three years Styles change so often that a new coat every season is almost compulsory-' Our is full of "snappy" coats at 515.00. See them. Mop Cloths Heavy knitted -cotton that will wear; special Cftn 3 for .................9UC Diaplier Cloth Bird's-Eye Diapher Cloth. 22 inches wide in 10 yard pack- ages for 1.35; 1 Sft or per yard......... Ivv Black Silk, fuiiy guaranteed, C. J. Bennett's famous French Peau De Soie Dross .Silk, yard wide, 51.75 for I Japanese Untearable Silk, 5-7 ins. wide, black only, for 7Kf waists, etc. Per yard .1 Crepe Silk, yard wide in white, 51.25 a yard; also black crepon on sale at Psilette Silk, j-ard wide, blackjffld 10 beautiful colorings; Special at Blankets for Robes s I Heavy whisht Yorkshire Flannel- otlo Blankets, white and grey-or blue check, fancy 'border, for bath robes, J300 pair; (girdles to match at 866. Silk Poplin Dresses Smart Afternoon Dresses made from a good Quality Silk Warn Poplin. Collar and cuffs of white silk. Shirring Is the the styles and the colors are rea, good blue. Palm Beach, Russian green, navy; sizes JO and Presses to We make a specialty ot "Lady Gordon" Dresses. They are designed by the best makers of dresses in Canada. tat aiso plainer styles in serges that yon cannot buy over the counter. All sizes, and all prices. Hand-embroidered Voile Waists, WMI. have hundreds of dainty Voile Waists, we woulA call your'attention to these new hand embroidered Voile Waists at 5400 and 54.50. are entirely different from anything shown, All The New Corsets Now In Stock The corset business is a hobby with us. Our stock is the Jargest in Southern Alberta, consisting, of over 50 dif eren models from the best American and Canadian makers. "NEMO Sdinmand stout.figures, fS.OO-to 56.00. DARNER'S' for all (igujes, 11.35 M4.00, and D. and A. makes at to ?3.aO FlannjtteBlanketsl.19 "Ouddle-lpwn" white flannelette Blankets iolorcd border, single bed size, our sJc-ial price for Saturday to pair.! Plush Sleeping Suits 75c Somethingbatter tlian tlio-ordinary Plecced Sleci.inK Suits for (he kid- dies, sizes 'Ho 7 years, best value in. the 'city, j Comforter Coverings 18c Yard wide Cliintz, Fancy Ollisllns. Art Muslin 'or covering comforters. Note' the reisonable price, ISc yard. 3Qin. jiey Flannel 2Qc Mid grey Union FlannJl, lust the tiling lot- Siddies1 uiprgarments, shirts, ct4 vorth 25c oifard. ma only. Canadian Wheeling in shades also r, 4-2 inches wide, of ality, line ish, "special value heavy Quality, linen fin- QQpt fcWw Natural Linen 36 inches wide, for fancy work, an extra .quality Cftf> on sale per yard ----WWU Children's Toques and All wool, plain colors fancy combinations; 50c values Children's Sweaters special' line of slip over or button front Jersey Sweaters; sizes to S years ftn Special at fl I .UV Ladies' Home Journal Patterns for October Just In'! fhe Finest and LairgestJStock of Jnderwear in the jCity. Ladies' Combinations, fine thread cashmere, short sleeve, knee length, Dutch neck, Special at Ladies' Combinations, short sleeve knee length or full length, mercer- ized cotton, Stanfield's C0 pK make, special at Ladies' Vests, finest ot wool, short or long sleeves, Watson's make, extra value at IUU a lutmv.) Ladies' Vests, no sleeves, weight wool for thesa cool days, on sale at light Baoy Vests, K. and wool, Caslimere atf 50C fine rib, 2 to M yearsfr "garment Children's V nat- ural color 4 1 to Prices star! 3oo and range as Children's two qual- ities in nfl wool, one at 75c for all at 11.00. 75c British Peer Says Remounts Available Here ___ 1PK army remounts for the goiernmeut hale been ob- southern Aluerta, according to the oi Orlnei, head oi the British Vmoimt conimission, vBlted Lethbridge this morning, on hi j way through to Carmangaj where te-43 nnrcnasing horses todaj The Earl oi Orkney has been pur: chasing recently line east oi Lethhndge as tar as Medicine Hat, but cnlva few remounts were se- cured Speaking to the HeraH this morning, the eari stated that the Fanners were either too busy-.to tang their horses in, or. had not the qual- itv oi horses to offer. The earl, how- ever, is flelightea with the qualit} oi the animals he has been able to secure. When purchasing here two j weeks ago, onlv five remounts From southern the Earl oi Orknev will go to Winnipeg, where hr has prospects of secunns a con- siderable number ot remounts sravw REFUSE TO GIVE GENEROUS SCHOOL BOYS Pure Food Market SPECIALS PRIME BEEF SPRING LAMB SPRING VEAL SPRINGCHICKENS FINEST COUDSTREAM CREAMERY BUTTER- gSC" 2 pounds for FINEST SHAMROCK BRAND CREAMERY BUTTER- i Price per THERE IS, NOTHING FINER IN BUTTER ON THE MARKET. finest Ayrshire Roll, per pound.....25C H A8K FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS AND BACONS. (-It costs no more to buy at'dependable markets, where you are protected Pure Food Laivs of Canada. P. Burns Co., Limited MMN Avenue South. Phonet and 1388. PINION MARKef-Corner 4lh 6th St. S. Phone 1654. PALACE North. Phon. 451. t _____ BUT .ELEVATORS- SAY THEY HAVE ALREADY PURCHAS- ED NO. 1 GRADE The charge that' the elevators throughout southern Alberta, includ- ng Calgari, absolutely refused to jive the farmers a No. f grade for their wheat, how; rood the gram might he, and that held'down to Mo. 2 grade ml" lower, was made at the meeting i the hoard of trade last evening by Geo Rice! Mr. Rice asked if- some ction could not-be taken in ihcjnat- er, but the meeting considered this va's a question for the United Farm- rs to deal'with. Mr.'Marnoeh point- el out that the farmers had the re- course to government inspection and grading of their wheat for their oyn irotcction. Mr. Rice said the farm- often wanted the money for their grain at once, and were forced to 'akc what the elevators .would give hem. i _ Officials Deny.Charge Elevator officials absolutely deny that there is any foundation for the above: charges. The -He'rsfid is inform- ed that, as a matter of. fact, some I wheat been ac- cepted .this tall by the elevators. The Ellison Milling Co. ha; accepted wheafat Raymond and Warner ele- vators, which'they have graded. No. 1 The same is the case with other elevators. The elevator men state that naturally they have to he cau- tious at.the beginning of the S3ason, until a standard is established by the government inspectors. Samples have been sent into'-the-government in- spectors by the elevators, from all large consignments oi gram they have purchased, and in many cases.the in- spector's own grading- placed the samples-at No. 2, and some cases as low as ,No. 3. PREACHER ENLISTS Toronto, Ont., Sept. the The senior boys at West- minster the highest commendation for" their gener- osity, aroused by the desire to do something at this time of stress for their country. They decided to set aside part oi their after-school'hour earnings to buy wool, so that the girls of the school would have the material for knitting. Yesterday morning when Mrs. G. W. Robinson, regent of. the Alexander Gait Chapter, Imperial Order of. the Daugh- tera of the EmjiirS? was at the Westminster school, the princi- pal, Mr on behalf the bojs, handed her an enve'i- ope, containing 510.00 as their donation to the patriotic work of providing comforts for the It was a gift, worthy of the "boys, and highly appreciated by the reel- pient. Jas. Bussey, o! Loniond, has been convicted by 3Ir. Justice Hyndman, and sentenced to serve a term oi three years'in the Edmonton peni- tentiary, for theft. Bussey was.Iound KUilty of breaking into the shack ol I neighbor at Lomond, and .stealing S150 The trial was one oi the quiet- est ever, held in the supreme .court here, all witnesses being heard and conviction obtained in little more Ithan half an hour. The case was tried durine the interval in which the ]ury on the J. L- McKenzie case were considering, their verdict. CITY MAN FALLS TO DEATH Kansas City, Mo, Sept. 30-Thec, dore C. Petzer, president, of the. Far- mers' Trost 00.. and a wealthy real estate operator, was ki l- pH vesterday in a five-storey fall from a Trindow ot MB oftice in the business district. ______ WAITING COMMISSIONS (From an Exchange) We are rather tired of hearing the, excuse given for non-enlistment that "our boy IB waiting for his commis- sion; .you know he wants to Join the engineers" {or it may be the artillery or corps) we hope he'll get a commission." rjea'' ?r inariam, thousands of boys brought un la homes quite as good, as loving parents, vlth> education; and quite as lingB, as your sou, en- privates a year ago, went' irst contingent to Valoartier, 11 the.hardship of the -win- .lisbury Camp, have fougrmV for their King, and their s private soldiers. The want imlBBlon. need not keep any- who reiilly wants to BO> To the list of Lethbridgc born boys who have enlisted, to serve their pmrntrv in the u. r. 11. and his brother Norman.-Both these hoys were born and rai.scl in Lethbridge. Their pat ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Munro, are old-timers and still reside in the city. .Another brother, Stanlej, a machinist, has gone to England to help in this great struggle. On? of the boj's, Norman, is well known as a baseball player. While Mayor Bar- die's soil who enlisted some time ago is not Lethhridgc born, he spent most oi (liis life-time here and can practically rank as a Lcthhrirtge duct. JIajV Alvin Ripley of the Battery, though a of Nova Scotia, spcint most oi his days in Lethbridge. NEW GOVERNMENT j AGENT AT FERNIE Cranhrook.'B.C., Oct. the visit of Hon. W. .7. Bowser to this city, itlH rumored In political circles eat havejoi'ned the 9th Battery, C.F.A. havejo: has been linde jjublic as yet, ,F BACK Eat less meat if Kidneys feel like lead or Bladder bothers. Most folks forget that the like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged and need i severe headaches rheumatic twinges torpid mer, acid stomach, sleepless ness Md a" sort3 must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the roomer, vou fpel an ache or pain in the kid ney region, get about four ounces o Jad Salts from .my good drug nun- here take'a tablespoonful for a few davs' and your kidnejs will then ac fine This famous salts is made fron the acid ot grapei and lemon juice combined with Bthm and is harmles tn flush clogged kidneys and slimi late them to normal activity. It als neutralizes the acids in the urine s it no longer irritates, thus endln bladder disorders Jad Salts Is harmless; inexpensive makes a delightful effervescent HthU water drink .which everybody shoul take now and then to keep thelr.kh neys clean, thus avoiding serioi: complications A well-known local druggist say he sHIs lots of Jad Salts to folks WHevo 1tf overcoming kidney troub It Is only trouble. J. D. HIgl hothun Co, Limited, Druggists.- AilvcrtHement. SHOES NEW F FOR T men.. Tails-well known 5.00 The ".Tust Hi shoe has splendid value FOR WOMEN: icai, a neat stylish com- fnrtable ade In Canada. FOR CHILD .00 and We recommend and yo HE HOEMAN ;