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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 3, 1914 THE LETHBHIDGE iILY HERALD PAG Kylands Co. The Busy Store Colder Weather Needs On Sale To-night Low prices for three hours tonight on goods that you will he needing right now. No p'hone orders taken for these Saturday night specials A 25 cent Sale of Cashmere Mose 50. pairs Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, regular 35c to 60c 'SffiV Sizes to iO for..-. dtJw A sample lot of Girls' and rljao or heavy, ribbed Ca eh more Hose, 40 c I Low Prices on Shoes Ladies' Button or Lace Gunmet- or Vici Kid Shoes, "Empress" Girls' Box Calf Lace Siloes, solid leather, all sizes up SJ 4 nK to 2. tonight..... Sale of Warm Underwear To-night Vests or Drawers, part" wool, white, winter weight. Tonight, suit.. Children's Combinations to fit girls up to 10 years, at larger sizes, tog-ether with wo- men's al BLANKETS, large size, pure White Per pair BLANKETS, largest size made, on sale tonight only "30; at......... RUBBERS; ladles' first .quality Graaby Rubbers Tonight .CRIB BLANKETS, white Flette, colored, Each GLOVES, Kid, also Tan Dogskin, to 7 Tonight........... WAISTS, made from grey wool flannel. Tonight only............ MEN'S RAINCOATS qual- ity, plaid lining -ye for..........-SSS.43 MEN'S SOCKS, best guality hea- ther mixed worsted 5 MEN'S SHIRTS, military flan- nel grey or other col- g> -3 I aiJw ors, ?2.00, 52.25 BOYS' JERSEYS, imported from Leeds, England On CLOTH HATS, the hat for hoys up to U years Tonight at SWEATERS for Wg anil email men Tonight 4 4 only..............91.15 Fred Irvine and children, ol Calgary, are viiiting.Mrs. T. S. Fot- terley. Airs, F. E. Shedilon'JiaB to Calgary where she has .accepted., the position as'matron of -the Western Cabins Mr. G.P.R. shop foreman at are on a visit 'to ,Mr. and. Mrs. D. S. Kennedy, Firth Hat Times. street' Mrs. Hamar Jackson, the English journalist, who started ranching in Alberta a year or so ago, is in Ot- tawa endeavoring to arrange pass- ports which will her to go to the front as a war correspondent. Hon. t Angus and Mrs. Macdoneil, of Vancouver, who ha-vo been the -guests :Ol.Mr, and Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse, have returned to their hooie. Cal- gary News Telegram. The engagement is announced Ethel Mi, daughter of Mrs. A. E. Hioiey, Gait, Ont., to Mr. B. J, Reiil, .of Lethhridge, formerly of Montreal. The marriage will take place in Lethbridge about the middle oi' October. Lovers of musjc will be pleased to 10aru ol the appearance here on Oct. j 21st nest of Ols Theobaldi, ttej ant '.Itlqhard Waltoa .Tolly, author of "Omar TwiV and otter successful play i, Ib engaged to 100117 Mies (Hodya C. Hatraa, daughter of the "Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Hanna, Ontario. met Miss 'Hanua wtoile touring Canada with company playing- and al Instituting divorce proceedings against Ills first M4ss IJHoanor. Gates, lauthoress of several well known plays, It 1ms bv ths Minis- ter Qf Militia that Miss Anioldi, daughter of Frank Arnoldi, K. C., of and Miss Mary Phtin- mer, daughter" of Mr. J. H..' Plum- mar, president of the Dominion Iron amHStecl company! who did splendid work in the -Vaicartier camp looking after the interests of. the troops, shall oontymo their.gcod worn in Europe. These ladies have "constituted wSiat is practijjaily an auxiliary oi the Red Cross work, and have made them- aJmost indispensable. Working travelling in from motor trucks to delivery rigs, they have covered the camp in their efforts to eontribute towards the the sol'diijts. The announcement. has been made that the lieutenant-governor of Al- berta will, bn'the evening of Tues- day, October 6, tender a reception to the delegates and 'their friends in at- tendance at the International Irriga- tion congress ia- Calgary, and at the same time receive the citizens of Cal- gary who may be desirous of attend- ing the receptiom 'The lieu ten an reception ivilf be held in the ballroom of the Palliser hotel, between the hours of almost night and day-, vehicles of all sorts El M. BURT Tfw wizard of ths brush, who Is mak- ing convincing' demonEtratlons-by pro- ducing pictures '12x20 and 18x34 inches n flva to eight.minutes In the window at the Hudson's Bay otores. He has painted Gait Gardens and sthe city bridge 9 and .10 o'clock in the evening. At is reccptipn it> i's probable Lieuten- Brbwn, of Saskatche- greatest descriptive violinist. I wafi( and onc visiting state Theobaldi has before, moat governors the line, will A Three Hour Sale of Coats Coats for'the'girls'Up to 14 yrs. at Sport Coats, en sale at. Long U later Coats at We have, also received another shipment of Princess and Wlntex Coats, amongst them y9u will find several new Ideas. In Cape Coats and the New Basque and Red- Ingate styles. ly lands Co. of the crowned heads of Europe, of the Forest, and the Ancient Order of Foresters .held joint whist drive last night j also receive with the lieutenant-gov- ernor of Alberta. Much regret will he felt that Mrs. Bulyea will, in consequence of the illness from which she is just recov- Burgmann's hall, North Lcthtaidge. crlng, lie unahle to receive with the Sixteen tables were in piny.-The as at first cs were won b7 Miss Buck, first, and i hoped for, i Mrs. .Viner, second, for the and Mr. Perkins lirst and Mr. Dunlc, secon-J, for the gentlemen. Miss Doe and Mr. Mf.-rris the consolation Supper was senw! bv the Clubs and Societies FRENCH TGUNBOAT -SINKS GERMAN SHIRS London, Oct dispatch, to Agency "from Bordeaux saya It is ofolaKj; announced there that French gunboat has sunk two Ger- man auxiliary ships, tha Khieos Itolo. (J ,T. MoCutcleon4.ui Tribune) the Chicago At the .edge'of, town stood cart-, within S'hlch, were.-thb bod- ies of two French-: saldiers, their heads on oLrthe cart and their ftet resting on the An overcoat had been thrown over their faces Two villagers were preparing to bury them. OS. in a field some more villagers Vere digging into which the bodies hole to be thrown It was unspeakably pathetic Someivhero there will be French mothers and wives and sisters who will wonder what has become of those two men. Weeks wilt go by with no word from them. They will be re- ported missing, but whether dead or as prisoners will not be stated. They will lie in their shallow grave in the field near a ifttte Belgian town, with grave unmarked and name perhaps unlmown Such a sewn seems to bring home tlffi horror of war more vividly than anything else t It was terrible, the silence and thtf tragedy oi it Tho German army buries all it dead on the battle' field No bodies tither high or low in rank, are sen baek home to f the relatives All rani is lost when officers trod private's to- gether go jnto tho trench which is to tie their last resting place The son In-law of of tho upper Rhine provinces was killed at Liege A notice of his death was sent "to his "and, they went at once In an effort to recover body, whicl lad been buried m a trench. 'I saw the widow wlien she returned from this sad errand. Her eyes were red and swollen trom weeping and her father and trying to console They had found the body in a grave, lying at the bottom ot a pile of six other soldiers, officers and privates, and the fattier had identified the.isico ,of ftlsi son-in-law and was bringing home the body in a leadjo The Germans send tneir back, but no dead. Companions during which mu- sic was dispersed by Miss Arnold. On the KarUizawa, A meeting of the presidents and secretaries of the various women's orgch zations in tiie city has been called for'-Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock in' the Y.MiC.A. for the pur- pose of organizing- a Rett Cross so- Japan, by John Saimby, B j branch m Lethltfidge W., formerly o: London, Ont., and on s the 31st August by the British con-j This Mpn's Society of Sf Varj's Bid Japan, Miss Clara1 paiuJi are coffee supper "in B A only daugh- u Q nail on Monday evening al ter ot'Mr. and Mrs C E German, s o'clock. ,t! vd of London, Ont married to Rev. Gordon Jcoes, ..B.So., .of Chungchow, China, son of Mr and All is in readiness .for the-" band The -Ladies' WeGley church will give a National Supper followcc Mrs T Harry Jones, of Bianltord an exi-ellent program dn Thanks- St Andrew's Jnlormediate Chris- m the Majestic Theatre under the j tian Bndeax pr sociotj had a ralh auspices of the I 0 D E Though i last1 ereamg. About thirty members the ladies are takvg charge the v.-ere present Songs were given b) tha Misses Hume and Squires, organ solo, "Amy -Moodiff1-; violin- solo, Jas Goldie recitations by Messrs. Berl and John Millar reading by Miss ___ _ May Ballantine A pleasing fcatme concert to be given m doers for many j was( a preS sitation of a bouquet o! rlt to be given tomorrow evening concert, the deserves the credit for bringing it about, having volun- tarily offered their services to help out the various relief movements This will be the first Sunday, evening ounded PROMINENT; j. BBITISHERB FALL Ixynjoir, G. V. Naylor- Lojland orthfe Royal Hone riuards, uoa rf life S. Herbert tJfty- previously re- been wounded, has W Injuries. This in- ctotaln'M in a list M tmlttei front headquarters, the dates of September 28 and M. The llit-'ftlso gives (he names ten other kflled ana 28 wounded. tfilletra art reported MmliiMn, fr months and the Majestic should be Hacked to the doors. J r The Hon. Herald Rufus ly son of Lord Reading, lord ch'ef ]ustiog of England, was married on Wednesday to Miss Eva Mom (daughter of Sir Alfred and Lad Mond. The bride being a Protestant aoi ifcholirldegrooni a member of the Jen ish community, there were two moiues Mr Isaacs is m training an the enemy and opened, a hail of bullela, uppn the advancing columns. Under tjie tem- pest offire the column-wayered, then broke, fleeing for cover the fields on either side .of the road, leaving scores -of dead: .that the. maxim had mowed down 'Almost a moment after the Highlander fell dead beside his Have You Started Saving Coupons for a Free 00 Paint- ing at The -Hudson's- Bay Stores? Start How many of you have longed to possess an Oil Painting or two, but perhaps at this time did not think you cotiljl afford it? Here is your opportunity to secure a beautiful Oil Painting FREE. With total purchases' of we will give an Oil. Painting, size 12x20. With total purchases amounting to will give an Oil Painting, size 18x34. It is not necessary; to purchase or worth of merchandise at once. You have until the 13th to save your coupons.' Start in now. A coupon given away with every .purchase, no matter what the'ampimt.-" See Mr. lightning in tonight from 7.30 to 9. His rapid interest and fascinate you. The After Supper Just 10 of these poor Pan- els leftir Ivory- Nottingham Lace, with pretty medallion 'centre, size 22x31 Ins. Ladies' Hair Switches, just 10' of these to clear out, near- ly all shades in 'QJI tile lot siaw Ladies' Combinations, find white ribbed, high neck, lonff sleeves and ankle length. While they last Garment...... Men's Dark Army Grey Work Shirts, cut large and rppmy with convertible cplj lar, one pocket, double stitch- ed throughout, sbes 14% .to 17. Hegular tor....... Ladles' Flanneletta Night' made, qljjest. audits English .flannelette, tucked snug lar, long in pint 85c '-Men's 'Amerieah -Elk Bluch.' ers In. ulack and sizes In the lot. ?4.00 value: sale tonight it........ Ladies' ers in heavy" weight flannelette; Heg, 66c Children's Wool Skirts, prettily designed knitted skirts with plain touted waist, sizes 1, 2 and.8 yean. Regular.up.to ?L25 for Thos_s popular OW Country-, Blsouit.Qlnger Snaps on eala igaln at Per (pound J 9C Fresh Turtfsh De- per nouiid Oranges, Just three cases, per dozen 3UC Cigars, all well known brands, 4 for Hudson's Bay Co. tliere. in the bpeh road.' He had checked the the bridge and reinforcements' came to line fee river- bank" in suoh '-riuLi- bers that'the Germans' So6n. retjjired and gave up the attempt iorgaia tha bridge. The Highlander had thirty bullet in ----his when-' was picked up.________ to AIiss Carson, superintend- ent. Refreshments served. The Intermediate-Christian Endea- ifor .of St. Andreiy's church held -their rally last nrght, a goodly number of members being present. The follow- ing program was rendered and ttior- oughly enjO} ed Solo, Miss Maibic Hums selectiori, Master'Jas. Goldio, readirfg, Master Bert Miiiar, diet, Misses Nellie Squires and Amy Moodie story, 3Iiss Misses Maisic rjume and Nellie Squires A guessing contest won by Miss Margaret Kerr and Wade Ridpath who were presented with useful pres- ents, concluded the MlS3 Carson, superintendent of the Endea- vor, wast the Kcipieoit of a largo bouquet of Travellers' Aid ior the month of September i; Trains met, 164 assisted 126 people, of whom 37 were young girls positions'found for 8 girls. Answered five .letters to girl enquiring about work m the tliy Work scarce at present time girl to the city and had nojnbney Travellers' Aid loan- ed Her money to and room tall she gtft vjolfk 'Aideaf woman came. 435 tram, had three children with her The'Travellers'; Aid iooK her to 'a Itihch counter, ordered breakfast for then asked a lady going out the same tram in the morning to assist her. M E, CAMERON, Travellers' Aidv BENTLEY'S iglit Bargain List 7.30 till 10 O'clock FATAL AUTQ ACCIDENT Alta., Oct. fatal accident happened last evening, near Jlrllet, when Wallace L. Young ot Ed- monton lost his life as a result of an ile accident j Young'and his companions were travelling ,at 20 s an'hour when the cur etruck a tit and turned turtle. .Dr. Tlios _ ___ _____ ._. iju been given, the decree of LL.D. by University Lallj, father of Frank and Joe linlly, weir known iurosie tlajers, is at CornwtU. J. Hnrdinft, supcrannuat- et from marine and fisheries depart- iftnt at .John, N. B, after 36 serviclr is Mead. f K. McNIUjht, P. O M.S. fee a mayoralty vuriHtte iu To- A Yardage Bargains NAVY BLUE FLANNEL 25c rismnel for 15c 27 inches wide, a splendid Sheeting Flannel, of, fast colors. ENGLISH WRAPPERETTES 25c Values 171C a Yard This season's latest patterns, plain de- signs or bordered effects; grounds of pale blue, fawn or pink. ENGLISH FLANNELETTE 12J4C a Yard 'striped Flannelette, assorted patterns. 32 inch width. Bear Cloth for Infants' Coats Cloth St .95 Yard Cream Curl Cloth of 54 inch width, a coating of good quality in the most want- ed shade. Children's Plush Sleeping Suits Value up to SOc for 5Sc Garment A guarantee of comfort, all sizes; to- night at bargain price. Boys' Sweater CoQts Up to Eaph Boys' in brown, or grey, high collar, assorted sizes." Infants' Knit Suits lor 52.25 A small lot of Infant's Knit Suits, pala blue is the color, the suits consist of Sweater, Pants and Cap. y 1