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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 fctfTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE iSatiirdeiy At Rylands' Store 25 pairs of P. 0. Corsets, light weight cool and" comfortable 110rqnly Ladies' Suits, all new this and Knit Combinations, for wo- men, medium sizes only........... 3 pairs 50c Silk Lisle or Silk Boot Hose, black :or tan, Waists that sold as lugh as Clearing on Saturday............. Children's Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose, "Princess black, 35c for Montreal, Quo., Oct. li understood hero that all Russian reservists In Canada have teen called to the colors. "Tho orders affect several hundred mat] here, who aro prepared to sail for Eu- ropean ports at once. stuam er Kestrel, arrived; hers todny from 'the Fanning -ijilande.'Veportsthat the there by the German Paris, Oct French Bar .has suffered .from tH? fortunes of, war. In opening-the cessions of tho courts tocifty, .the. Public Prosecutor, Jules HerbaUXf announced that thres judges of the'Paris bench had been kilted. A list of dead issued by th'e War Office contained the names of many .Children's 2 to 6 years, on sale 3-8S Sport Goats, all new the past month, up to for.................. 25 pairs Linen Huck Towels, on sale Saturday only, per pair........... 20c Colored Bed Quilts, large and white, on sale................ .25 Table Cloths, pure Damask, large size bleached Irish. .35 Winter Coats, new Raglan style, regular for.............. Real3y-l6-ussefiftlllBWiCa8es; hemmed ends, each ,75 12k 4 ,72-Inch Sheeting, per yard Plato 10 colored or white English 9c RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store London, Oct. has given assurances that It will prevent the exportation of foodstuffs from Hoi? land to Germany or to other countries at war. this action by the Dutch gov- ernment greatly'simplifies the diffi- culties which have arisen concerning cargoes destined for the Netherlands, and maltes. It possible for the British government to c-saee the seizure and Investigation of cargoes of foodstuffs consigned to Dutch dealers. The de- cision will eliminate also the friction caused by the seizure -of foodstuffs bound from the United States to Am- sterdam. Mrs. J. W. McNlcol has rBlurnotl from a visit to- Calgary and Maclaod. Dr. a-rfcl Mrs. F. Hamilton Mow- hurn and Miss Helen Mowburu, Cal- gary, left Tuesday (or Montreal, where they will ppcud a short timo. Mr. M. MRrtrimlale, formerly of tho Bank of MontrBal'Btafi, ia in the city from British Columbia, on a short visit. He is OB'his way to England to join his rogimdit. Mrs. Kairburn left yesterday to sjend the winter hi California. Shcj accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Niob-: ols, who has been visiting with her. i Mrs. Nichols1 home is in California.! T. A. FEE-IS NOTORIOUS One Unpatriotic Person Vancouver Some' Disturbance Vancouver, B.C., Oct. A. Fee, one of the prominent real estate deal- era In this city and a member of t Board ot Trade, was expelled fro that organization Uist night' for ha ing uaed that were co Bidered to be unpatriotic. The--al gallon was that Mr. Fee stated tlio time would soon arri I wlwn Canada would be under the co trol of the United States, andsth John, Bull bad never done anythin for him. The meeting was one oE the .mo uproarious aver held by -the Boar At times the 200 members- prese were: all snouting at the same tim and it 'was with the greatest difificul that the secretary could be. hear reading Mr Fee's letter of explan Uon. la this letter Mr Fee reiterate his arose, and some one started to sin "Ifs a Ions way Iteen..- feeling that'- no on would descend eleyator wi Mr. Fee at the conclusion of the mee Mbnthl> Flgursi juurlnff. -the. -jnonUi. Just rtoscd the uneBtead made total 10. :JFor e month last year, e number entries was 67 The tha month are Essex county IB to raise a regiment 'of 'French Canadians for tae' aeoohd conl Max most not- ed dnenmtograph artist1 in the world; was killed'in action at the battle of MARTIN 18 BACK IN-, FOLD Winnlpej, Man., Oct. Martin, M.P. for St. Pan- eras division in tfra -MotJlier Parliament, ia in Winnipeg, to- tfay. Hon. Joe states that, through a mutual re- conciliation between himself and Sir- Wilfrid has .effected, and aih: entor Dcminio.u politics. He says that if elected to the Ca- nadian --Parliamsat again, he will favor Do policy, which fuhy recognizes the needs oi w'ebieru Canadian farmer. o t Week-End Grocery Specials i_________________________t I SMART DRESSY "SHOES for men, blncher style in'bo'i and gunmetal, regular- values for LADIES' GUNMET-AL BLUCHERS, -well known "Classic" make, a chic style with Cuban heel and neat rounded toe CO QCfc Regular GIRLS' BOX CALF BLU- strong and- service- able boots for school or street sizes 11 to AA 2, regular 9 LADIES' CORSETS, all up- to-date models, low bust, very long hip and four hose supporters, embroidery trimmed; ,one, of our most popular lines Regular 95c DOUBLE DAMASK BLE LINEN, half 100 yardi to go on ranted all pure linen, wide, rei.'eto jmrd Per yard FRENCH Q LACE 'KID GLOVES In smart nm- tin shades' of. tin and to white they last, just, pair LADIES' GASHMIBE HOSE, nil '..wool, In fclRcIc or: tan, Llama Ibrand, full' fash- ioned, Blzes sy, to 10, 3 pairs for CHOICE PEACHES, cane. ITALIAN PRUNES, caia... PLUM8 Case APPLES, MplNTOSH REDS; ei en Case 9 TOMATOES, 6ft- TEA, GREEN -pound 4 LBS. HUDSONIA Blend No. Tor...... 3 L.BS. SELECTED HUD- SONIA COFFEE SWIFTS BACK "By tilling pioca Per 3 BaakMa CON- CORD QRAPM.. 2 PACKAGBt ROYAL CROWN SOAP 2 PACKAQIB'WASHINO POWDER 43c books the summer will be handed in for inspection Scholars are urged ito be on time. MAYOR OP MONTREAL BARS THE Montreal, Que, Oct 1 Major Mar- tin gave everyone connected "with, the city hall, except a policeman and tbs 'an. unexpected half holiday this >When tthe clerks and other employees1 at their us- ual time, they informed T. u Hii Mayor had ordered that no