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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta It'O try HERALD PAGE FIVE Show You "Something Different" in Mies' Fall Suits Importait Features For Teaches' Convention nulls nk tho finest lot h grade suits we of iwn. In this city. Tncre no two suits alike, ami exclusive styles to this Materials are the it ..of .French Gcrgei, Wets. Broiidcloths and jeviots. trimmed with Mdo, bands of Beaver or !nx furv The styles are t last minute produc- ins, some of them only idaye out "of the Eastern Jle markets. We would vise you to see these Its tomorrow if you are ntemplatlng a suit for is fall. Size from 34 to Priced all the way "i' to Satisfactory Alter- ations to All Gar- ments, Free of. Charges Coats Worth on Sale at J r ood value for that money tomorrow. Take yqni tek from over 20 coats In fine Tweed ami Chev- 5 Us. Serges up to 88 only In tills lot. Ihildrens' Coats :Now is tbe tini" lo kee1' llle (Idles 'warm. Buy tliem a coat llylands. We liave an extra Uh ot coats in tweeds, curls, tlncuillas, etc.. from 4 to I yearn. Priced rtA tmi ?5.00 to........ VV.VV Children's Sweaters Over. 200 sweaters for child- ren's wear in sines 2 to 14 years. All coiors and styles. All at the old prices. Priced from to How About a New Serge or Velvet Dress Two dozen new serge and velvet dresses just received. These are the best values and styles ive have shown this season Colors navy, black, brown, purple, green. Sims up to 1 40 Many new stylos in Tafteta silk crepe'de ohene and pailette silks. Priced from Remember This: We Carry theLarg- lst Stock of Underwear in the City I You will find our assortment ot men's, boys' girls' ami wom- s underwear the largest and most complete stock In tl10 citj. e best productions from such reliable mills such as Watsons 40c to ?1.00. rnbulls, Stanfields, Peerless and Heath. Udren'i Vestl or Drawers, each.............. lldrin'i' Combinations, 90c, dies' Vest, or Drawers. All styles now in stock, Vest, to S1.00 itsize Underwear. In verts, combinations or drawers. lldrtn'lBlack Tights. All wool, each ildren's. Plush Sleepers, each 75c 75c ladies' Raincoats and Rubbers, New Stock Just in ut oflowH Customer are Reminded of _ m. W I 1 I )OD JJREAD Heilthful Food Known; AUo I Cheapcit [her food combines Lho quali- to nourish the body. [ins far more nourishment and I than'tbe same .juantlty of fnr the' relative cost in five anil this is a vital fait which Isewife should hoed carefully ead can possibly he better flour that made it. Good uld be milled from only the lolcest wheat, should be spot (an and pure. Nom alter how iy Inferior flour may be, it is momy to purchase and bake om such flour. It represents of a few cents at tho time at ,er expense .of ihe human sys- uier or In other words, is' being deliberately cheated demands for propor nourish- ason why so many housewives nalst emphatically that their deliver Ogllyic's Royal House ar Is that it always be tpon for producing wholesome, ily-flavpred [oaves of full food Advertisement. afternoon nossion Jllss K. Mar- of Tabor, will give a paper on rlrnury equipment add usoful school oljis. .1. W. Low will iiddrdHR tlio ncllcrs on War's Opportunities r" Teachers, and Mr. Itobcrts will ,eak, on How to Make Arithmetic a liricl'ion in Iho Child's Ufe. Oil Thursday evening in Wosley urch an address Is to bo given liy ijor, Hie llov. Dr. Kerby, on "The ar and the New Day." lo which Ihe ihlic are j-ordlally Invited. Judge will preside at this meeting, iij'it is hoped that there will be a I'ge attendance, as Or. Kerby is u i'led orator, and ills topic is a time- I.' one. )n Friday Mr. Stevenson will deli- n address at 9.30 a.m. on wider of the school library, anil L. A. d. of Taber. will speak on itcliuol PLAN IMPORTANT Features FEATURES OF THE TEACHERS' CONVENTION Thursday Wesley church, by Major Kir- by, "Tii" War !llul "'e Dii'y." Friday afternoon, 'J o'clock, t'ciitrul scliuul iiuilHorluni. ad- ilrcsii by Uoan UCJWPK, Allierla tinlvorslty, cm rural education and rural luudcrsliip. Tho annual of tile toai ers of the and Macleod spectoratcs will linlil in tho i torlum Conli-al school licre Thursday and I'TIduy of Ibis week, cnliiB "1 Thursday morning at Addresses of welconii! will given Mayor Hardie and Chairman 11. Do. son of Ihe school board. .1. StovellBi M A will reply to the addresses.' II.' Uoborts, li.A of tho Calgary N mal school, is to deliver an addr on History in the public school. he morning session on Thursday a rdening as will also H. L. daughan. Itaiiibey's topic is Co-relation of "lies. 'i p.m. at tile Central school a e meeting will lie held to lie !ssed bViDoan Howes, of the uni- fer-ily of Alberta on rural education ]nl rural leadership. Tills will be fol- the election of officers. PHONE 1224 WADE IN CANADA SOME OF ITS For making For waihlng dlthii. For elnnlng uid dlilnfioUnc For ramovliE ordlnmry ebitrae- 1-tU street south night. H. B. Griffiths of Grand spent yesterday wifh Mr. ami! j Hodges and .Miss Downing: eturned lo Iheir home in Car-1 after a short visit with -Miss j Dominion block. Hodges and 'Kss 'Dawning j Inurned to their home in Car-] after a visit with Miss Wat- uninion block. idles' and girls' classes at the; will not siart tomorrow as j AUKS Attree will be in j latter nart of the weak and lilrangeinents fur the classes be made! Action has been started in Supreme Court by Jos. 11. Smith against B A I Reber, the plalnlifi, claiming J1000 The ttaleraent of claim sets lai damages. ator K. IX Inmap. Derinan, and wife, gou, are visitin; inillion- of Port- rith the the clefRnl-i.folbrother, D. W. luniau. 95' at'M ,t __s ,_____ Sill forth that on ant who owns a threshing machine north of the city, set upon the defend- ant, his engineer, severely beating liim, incapacitating .him, and dismiss- ing him with in wages owing. The. plaintiff asks 530 wages owing. VV wages lost through being incapticitat-1 Lo. ed, and ?1000 general damages. De- fedant was recently fined ?25 and costs and one month in Jail on a charge of assaulting Smith, doing bod. lly harm. An effort is being Made to have the conviction quashed. The ap- peal will be heard this week: gary. liai "THE BUSY STORE" Mr. and Mrs. Innlan are to eastern points. S. Galbraith are Saturday Ihr Ihe east, the doctor will attend the if Surgeons at Philadel- and Mrs. Galhroith will York and Toronto before iome. Some time ago the farmeis of the Commerce district, uorthweit of Ul6uoll, city, commenced agitating for a giainl loading' platform at Commerce S S Dunham, vice-president "of the LPA interested himself in the project and on thoir uehalf and took the matter up with the Board of Grain Commi- sioners. The hoard, however found that the railway at. that point is pii Lieut. W. P. V. Clery. of a Calgary unit, who a well known member the staff of the B'ank of Commerce at Taber before enlisting, has been wounded. H" went in England last shortly before leaving for front Wai married to'Miss Mary Mtllar.'a'sister.of Gep. G. Slillar, town clerk of Tabfer: ,-tely owned by the Chinook Loal Co However, they took the mattei up with the coal company with the lesult that C. A: nirkett, secrctaij of the commissioners, wrote Mr. Dunham as follows: "As a result, of om cone spondence with the clf 78th _ Calgary Ltd., the said concern has iiov, agreed Herald ito immediately erect a gram platform with a deck 100 feet by 18 ;eet." Commerce promises to be a 3usy shipping point this fall. Ajdies of Wesley church are Ited to be present at tha gathering In the ladles' 'eanesday at 3 p.m. The lie Mesdames Hendrie, Kress. The ladles are ing their Royal Crown s for the Travellers' Aid. 825 was yesterday sent Cross headquarters in rs C. F. P. Conybeare. as made by selling flow- [reets. under Mrs. Cony- [ronage, by Hilda and Kathleen Gordon, Mar- [ielen Bawden, Viva El- Gibbons, Phyllis Hatch, .Tim Rbbin: stary of the fund is Ar- London, Bng., to .ey was forwarded. sou. thur whom Ou ceivei news s. T. H. Costigan re announcing the sad 1th of her father-in-law Of Ottawa. The m. place at the senator's old pans. N.B., to- mtor Costigan'a two are ia khaki Captaiili wno is now at the Costigan, of the 78th bf fifths of the pooiile In Por- e engaged in agriculture. :pronuces over jjone PHENOMENAL FINANCIAL 'STATEMENT is PUBLISHED London, Oct. war flguroBTare contained ill the treasury statement, laliued last night, covering the sit monflin of'the fiscal year end- ing today. 1- exchequer balance sheet of Uiat period shows: Total re- ceipts, total Issue out of the'-excheqner, an SPIRI1DF11E Birmingham, Oct. iscount Brycc, of Dechmont. formei imblssa dor at Washington, addressing Congregational Union today di cried the spirt! of hate against the C.ermans and the talk of lasting tradi war In conclusion he advocated a league to restrain aggression and compel ar- Mrs teson) the cil she bind for ovej, regiment, the 161st [or (nee Bessie Pat :rday with friends in New York, where England. Her bus or. left last month increase M the corresponding six monlha of last yeOf'llic tota'l receipts only 899 came from revenue, being nioneyfraiaed by the Creation of debL and n'ejirly on cre- dit pt wny means.. will1 of wars, hi tiiR moic lorrlblp Ol war Sj i the unceasing advance ot BCien ho said. "We may well despair of ReiiorlJ the -mon) No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of N'u. ot No. of Tola No. of No. of NO of trinillles, in Ik lo babj ursine; Mission ,for !0 juts calls (day) calls (night) iid relief calls [Us 14b rates'paid lues, boots for one Lord flryeo recalled that Premior school bojljf OTa! Were-.sent the future." calls ......4'H 'Ing full fee. ti ing part fee 10 for free 14 n supplied to 11 families fiesh malted milk for families, water Wednesuay Specials from the Dress Goods Dept. :JOO Pieces Sealed Mjulstpolsiiii Uoxed In 10 yard lengths. Made of hest Kypt- ian Cotton. Highly recommended for ladles anil children's wear. inches wide. Special offeriiig per piece 40 in. Black Cliitl'on Very dressy and limiied quantity. Very pop- ular and durable for the well dressed r A woman. J'er yard iJIU.OU Two Big Specials :IOO Pairs Ladies' Fine Silk Lisle Hose. Aniliht' black, full fashioned HeaiuleK.s wiih double sole. Size gu. to ISO pairs ladies' lilacK cashmere. Pull fashioned and seamless. Sixes to 10. Special Offering-, pair.....25c Ladies' Suede Lisle Cape Gloves '2 dome. Sixes Ui in tan, grey, natural, brown and black. Special Showing, pair Three Big Specials for Boys on Wednesday HOYS' JERSEYS In colors Broivn. N'nvy. Cardinal. Saxu. ttuijy and Reseda. IS to 28. K -SI. 00: Wednesday Ki'ji. Wednesday .11.7 ednesday BOYS' JERSEY SUITS In heavy ribbed ti'ial'ty in rulor." brown, navy, cardinal, ami white, in sizes IS to -n. 14.00: Special Kpg. Spec.iiil .Htio-. 13.00: Special BOYS' BLOOMER Kegular Jl.iin All sizes.' for per pair I'A.vrs For the Home Beautiful 49c Japanese Reversible Matting In shades of rod, green, blue and fan. Very sircniR quality. Sizes in. by TJ inches. Special, eacli........................ Cocoa Mats Extra heavy quality. Large sizes. Wednesday Special, each Tapestry Stair CarpH In neat conventional pattern iu gruen QA and lawn colors. 22% in. wide. Yard 27 inches w'de: Yard 51.05 Hemstitched Donbie Hortiturj! Voiles and Double Bordered Kei'iins. :iii inches wide in ecru and ivory i Q shades. Special, yard 1 Dark Green Window Shinies 36 in. wide and 72 in. long. Good spring CC roller with fitting complete. Each OOC Ready-to-Wear Handsome All Wool Ladles' Sweaters The newest styles with the new flared skirt effect. Sash and Cap to match in colors of white, aaxe, green, grey, navy, and fawn and come in sizes 38 to 42. New Serge Dresses Vcir ladies and misses ia navy, brown and black. Splendid quality and beautifully made and very moderately priced. Splendid Values in Underskirts In black and colored styles m sateen moire and silfcs..Priced 00 to Only Raincoats Very durable quality all sizes J Grocery Specials for Wed. STdAR'A: COCOA SPKC1AL 20 Hi. Sack B. C. Sugar mid liair Mi. ftrt tin ot' Lowiiey's Cocoa. Special Sack..............I1.20 tti. SARDINES! H. B. Co.'s Beaver Brand and OP Xorwefeian Sardines. 2 tins Tor........ PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Brand. 90- 1 pound tin......................... C OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3 tins for 25c LUX, 3 packets for....................... 25c GOLD DUST, large packet .....'............'22'c ROYAL CROWN SOAP, per carton .........22c BON .AMI, cake or powder. 2 for........... 25c GLASS JARS of Fine Jelly, each............ 5o PLUMS; red or yellow, per case APPLES (Molntoih 3H> Iba. for......25c CONCORD GRAPES, per basket ............50c Boots and Shoes Old Ladies' Boots Made, of Dongola Kid. Patent tip in double E fitting aud large ankle in all sizes. Reg. J4.50. Wednesday, pair......... Ladies (jiuiinetal Kid Button Boots On a neat, last and Cuban heel. Tn all. sizes. Reg. price Special, pair Men's Tan ('nil Blueher Hoots r A Made on the latest last In all sizes Regulai Special old meu room boaul and medical at tendance were git en to s voung girl for eight, .days, -5 -calls for outside inrses have been 41 calls 'of women .for, day's work have been supplied, 6. calls, for men for daj s work; have, been .supplied. (Sgd.) A. M. Tilley, Snpt. STRUYVES- A quiet wedding took place un Sat urday.iuornjng'atSf.'Patrick's cUUrch, Ilev. JFafHer officiating when MisR-Sylvia M.-Struyves and Mr. Wil- frid S. Cook.'-both of "Lethbridge were married. The hride .wore a, very becoming dress :of white crepe .Jew Amsterdam, via London.- Oct. The Lokal Anzeiger of Berlin says ihe resumption of the sittings of the reich stag adjourned after of Chan cellor Von Bethinah-Hollweg's speech until October 5. has been postponed until October 11 this decision was reached Monday at a meeting'Of the main committee which-was attended by the chancellor and his staff. Post- ponement is said to beltlile'to Hie" fact that the work of the committees is not proceeding as rapidly as had-been expected Want Early Peace London, Oct. from Amsterdam, the correspondent of the Central- News Agency says. "It isj believed that ttie postpone ment of the reichstag i? due" to ills- satisfaction with the Bethman eg In the meantime strenuous efforU .will-be made to re- concile (he people to the chancellor's policy Alee (ings been huinedb ai langtd fo be held in a number of (ouns nflere the members ot the reichstag will make addresses." A.public mass meeting at Frankfort adopted a resolution In favor of ail eartv peace The Vossische that rhancell6i Von Bethman i tlolliveg held a long cnnveidttion oh1 jonouui 1 Prjnce Von llormer clunrelloi.1 i Don't Suffer From Piles Itnl tn tin Ttlil Triltmtnt Jforoatwr how tone <-r your di today aad Bet a BO cent t It Tk. fmmU tarn Hub THd. Will relief. k llMlt kat mm A trill In vtttt wrapper It yog mA HI ran NftlDB Street Vb__ ;