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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1DHJ THE I, ETII BRIDGE DAILY II E I! A L V Co, The Ladies' Store We Sell For Cash Saturday Will Be A Big Day in Millinery and Ready-to- Wear of wumeuiire supplying ilieir needs nt store, and all. boar witness to the splendid selections of slocks, the superiority of our styles, and the imrnmdmijlo vnhic represented in each garment on display. not delay Hie pin'chase of your Thanksgiving ouUH yoiifl (omoiTow if at all possible 4 1 pound ..........91 .UU IT an KS giving IS NEAR! would be a good time to select new COAT, SUIT OR DRESS -Another to hand. S New Silk V.] Corsets and uient of New Heavy Coats just and values are the very best. Waists, -Underwear, New 'kwar. The, Fall ft Values Were Never Better VERY PRETTY COATS Fancy Bade. chillas and Scotch roomy coat wltll fu skirts. Special at.. Chin- feds, fine 7.50 EXCELLENT COATS AT New styles, good honest mater- ials, In grey, navy, iblaclr and mix- tures. Belted and "fl O flft semi-titling styles.. 9 I CiUU Misses anc Olotli C'oats, latest, cut. 1 iltle Girls'Warm Coats, and throughout Ncath piped in Special at and Littl While 01 Inn B iris Dressy Coats Coats, flnniic-l lined oats lo Yoii'UWan Cap These fashionaiblo -or-plain, at very- modi for In the larger cent Plain rolois C stupes, ilk Sweater Coat and you see them! are here in a of striped ces compared-with what they arc selllns ul Cap foi ind Cap toi TELEPHONE CM Miss Woottcn returned yesterday from- Banff. Miss Ijrilinb Herdnian, of Olds, is the guest of Miss Florence Fisk for a few days. Mrs. S. Y. Hurst returned yester- day after visiting friends in North Dakota. Xorman Kirkha'm is in Cal- gary taking a'sergeant's course in infantry. Ladies' Wear LAUIES' CORSETS, D. it A. model. 51.50 values, low bust, long hip, 4 supports; "7C Special price IOC CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS, fleecy lined, good heavy qual- ity, sizes f> months to 3 years............. IOC LADIES' MADCAPS in rose, brown; white and Copenhagen silk and velvet mri trimmed .........91-4" Men's Wear MEN'S SUITS, odd lines, fine tweeds and worsteds, nice- ly tailored, S15.00 20c Dig Variety of styles. triraiL, iaca and rftoon, worth 35c. Wet Women's Corset rs> 25c Juat. four dozen Corset dr, 'aj smill price. They are madl Nainsook', Lace or y Boys' Combinatior .PENMAN'S Per'Sillt WATSON'S Per Suit WATSON'S EXTRA 'por.Sult lerwear 90c La Camilie The Most Improved aud Up-to- Date Front Lacing Corset to be had anywhere We ..want HID ladles of this city to sec these Conels and when you see the many improve- ment., oier any other front lacing line, you will soon ibecome a customer for "LA CAMILLE." .For slender med figure .I''or stout figures C-C Back Lacing Corsets priced flom Girls' Combination Underwear WATSON'S UNIO.N nn Per Suit .'....91.00 WATSON'S ALL WOOL RIBBED 4 AA Per Suit I ,gO MA PENMAN'S NATURAL WOOL Per Suit Women's Coinbiij long slcevps, high or Underwear nt any price .required, short or [eolc. selling, per suit S3 The Sinkoh Col, Limited The Westminster Ladies' Aid are i fanning to hold a'Tlianksgiving sup- per on Thanksgiving, evening. -Mrs. J. p. Cheney has returned from Jloose Jaw, where she has been spending a number of months.. Mrs. J. C. Mathes left yesterday o join Mr. Mathes in Spokane, where ne has been locatec! tor some months. An executive meeting of the Wo- men's branch of the Canadian Red i Cross Society will be held tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Reeves, 4th avenue. Miss Bawden entertained at the tea hour yesterday complimentary to Mrs. FairfUd, of Kingston, Out., who is a guest at the Experimental Farm. Oscar Drake and wife, formerly of Lethbridge, now iivintr at Oaiata Jlont, were visitors to the city this week, guests of 5lrs. Drake's mother Mrs. Meredith. After the nuptial knot-was tied, the Thp nauffhUre nf fi.o i wedding to the home of ut S J'r- H, Bosenbury, where a M to our From the Boot Department LADIES' BLUCHER BOOTS of ihe ever popular .gunmetal. All sizes. Per pair 0 MEN'S TAN-BLUCHERS: clearance of odd J5.50' values, i Special per pair Friday and Saturday Specials in the Wine Section CALGARY BEER Pints, dozen, DREWRY'S STOUT Quarts, per dozen LETKBRIDGE BEER, cace quart LETHBRIDGE BEER case pint the front fox Christmas and. Mrs. Miller then left for their The W. A. of St. August's church at here many ng to hold a pantry sale of I them-imioh .joy and The bride was the recipi- jretty wedding gifts, glass, linen and art- rer. iliary js urgently requested to be present at a meeting held in this con- nection Mlt Tuesday afternoon in St. Aiigustin's Hall. The Lcthbridge Girls' Auxiliary met last night, in the -K00x Sunday school, when the. officers -were elected I for the year President, Miss Stolte-! rice-president, Miss Ethel Aird seel retary-treasurer, Miss Nimmons'- ad- visory board, Miss Cobbledick and Miss Hazell. The Auxiliary are lo sew for the Red Cross "-1 ivL t-iic riea 'tlie lbahiM the An exceedingly pretty weddins ivas solemnized in St.; John's church Pincher Creek, on Wednesday, Sep' dale u Last tear parliament voted anil Um i a ot The amount uncipcnd 1 cd and therefore available for expcn- illture beiore tht next sossion of i iiament is SB There is therefoie abundance of foj racing training, equipping, and paw' ing tioops Oct ioIloKlng of fici.l statements have been gnen out by the government concerning finan- cial condition of the Ilommioa..The revenue of the Dominion for .Snptem-, ber shows the large increase of over September -of 191-1, when the tirst heavy declines due to the war were experienced Of the in-' i crease is due tn ciis-i toms, 'II to excise and 00 to post olnce receipts IOL i 1 six months of the present fiscal year i which began OH last The total I, revenue of the Dominion has amount- i N'inp. thousand -more-passengers were carried by the street railway in Au- gust than 'were -carried in July, an- cording -to the August reports which have just- been -completed. Tire total passengers carried were- and the total earnings lor August were 1 -The imted n s amoui-i utei ;oic-nmen a sweeping to S73 34-J.5H 59, ot an average! victorv in one ol it1; important antl- of 14 per month For the tiust cases todai, nhen Judge Jli whole of the last fiscal of winch four months were ante-bellum, the revenue amounted to On the side 01 the orthrary let I) Dickinson, ID the I lilted States dutrul cout hcic, handed down an opinion dissolving an M i "-euuesciay, sep- the total earnings Tor August were teniber W at 4 p.m.. the Rev. J. H. represents piofit'tit "hen Hiss over- operating cspbnsps one K IlnK rilic nf o___i_. If.. i r. s aue Amelia Blliotl, one of Pluclier Creek's popular young ladies, became the i-ide of Wesley Charles Jlifier of rocket. Quite a number of guests and iiian'v ivleresled friends gathered at. the hurch to witness the ceremony. The bride, who was attired in a sown of luce, and wore the usual bridal Veil and orange blossoms, car- rying bouquet of white- anil pink carnations, was most charming She was given by Mr. Botenbury, MiRB Alice, Reardon. in a modlih cap and frock of pink silk and voile. natlp a wlr.iome brldmmaiil Mr of I'lnchei City tha irooia nolle e, of the -largest surpluses, to he earned for some liine. The one cent fare (or children lo 1-Ienderson lake goes out of effect to- morrow. the farft being kept on today in view of the school sports at the exhibition grounds. The cheap fare was a big success during the sum- mer. Exhiblti Carrltd S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the U.F.A., has been informed by those In charge of the Irrigation cpnventlpii in on November 23, 24 and 25, that -all lent hv. farmers to the convention win carried free br the C PR. in ordinal, account of no less lhan I 81 lhal of the lor responding period last vear Theie-l duction in oidmarv has NEW WAR LOAN duction in oidmarv hasi been ellecled, notnilhslanding that London Oct it included heau inteuit chatges on "lat Austiian war loan war expeudituie and pensions liear interest of 6it per cent n the i an pensions On the side ol capital expenditure, the Contribute to Jumble contnoution to Jumbje.Auo- nk the expenditure remains about as last being tin- "J contnoution o Jumbje.Auo- as large and un I Sa'e will be received bv Prank takings comprised under this head Waddjngton at hi, office lii the Slat ing at' all under contract The Block article aa recehed, items arc the Vational Iransconti- wii, be tagged, and numbered ixml'j nental Quebrc bridge, Hud- neglect this bppo'rtunlt) to s6ni Uav Ilailwav, for all of Red Cross work. Tw'aS' contracts weie Itt some time ago, will take place, ty kind liern Welland tanal, in progress As lorilhr tie otd'Lowi outlav, there has ten expended I Balmoral .on' ;