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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta tONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1915 T H E T H BRIO (3 B 0 A I L Y HER A L I) PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE WE SELL FOR CASH D Thanksgiving Wearables of Exclusive Styles and Extreme Moderation in Price Suits, Coats, Skirts, Wfilats, DrctwGH mid Trimmed Mais in (ho and most, complete selections shown in uiiy one store in Southern Alberta, -We have special preparations to supply week's demands by re- plenishing our stocks with late which have already proven their leader- ship, many of which will be on display this week for the..first time. arc fully as attractive as the garrne'nts themselves and much below what similar lines have sold for during previous seaeonj. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY FOR IT. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. LOVELY. SUITS OF SUPERIOR STYLE. Sirmrt and 'becoming Military and Semi-Military effects iwlth close but-- toning or convertible collars; skirts made in plain flare or pleated effects. .Materials arc pure wool cheviots and serges in colors green and black. Other lines up. SMARTEST COATS IN MEDIUM PRICES. to XUVLT before have we shown such largo selections in these medium priced garments and never such splendid values and smart stylos at the various prices. Plain Xiyser- licads, Pony Cloths, Chinchillas and Kerseys, also many two tone effects, all belted or semi-military effects. Other lines to line In sizes up to 20. figures; made of extra TiTiS-material and perfect fitting. VOILE WAISTS to Handsome new styles in lat-. est designs, low or close 'button- ing convertible collars, sizes If4 to 44, daintily trimmed and per- fect fitting.- Thanksgiving HATS ISJO to Smait and American.. models that 'TrfsJ-UNION SUITS the recognized Etylc leadei-s for this season. Large and small, .shapes in a splendW styles and colors. BEST KID GLOVES 51.50 Selling at the old price in spite of sharp advances. Colors tan; black, brown and white with black, every pair guaranteed. WATSON'S Extra wool with 40 per cent, cotton. slcrjvoa, -higli or low neck, sizes and 40 sell at J2..00 and 'Re- gular sizes special at FKKXCH. Fraser .Mi-Adam, who ployed in the olliccs of bt'L-u Hums HE GREflJ CM. here for thr past two years, left 1 fur Larombe Saturday, he will] reside in future. j Dr. and Mrs. Court ice were by their inuny old friends at the 1 week-pud. doctor re turned 10 I'M- i lit i nit on lust night, bill .Mrs. Cour- j ticc will remain fou u cmiplt; of 1 weeks, the guest of .Mis. J. H. Cook. The French advance across the canal at Sapigneul batlle line, with an arrow ivhicli indicates tho advance, already across near !AN HAMILTON AT SALONIKJ Uome, Oct. fc, via Paris, Oct. telegram from-Athens to the Tribiina says that General Sir Ian Hamilton, British commander-ln-chicr at the .Dardanelles lias' been at Saloniki to in- spect, arrangements made for 'lunding troops. TEMPLE OF HEALTH NOADMITTANCE1 to those who neglect QaK.STIPA.XIQN'. in its wake follow doiena of. Borious com- appendicitis, lor ioataacti Remove the cause of OTer 90% of serious illness by the daily of ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT you may enter aad lire in the Tnmple of Health practically un- challenged; Abbey's is the conccn- eaaencc of spits eitnwted from pure, fresh fruit juice, granulated and sealed in 25c. aad bottles Ifc will prevent and cure constipation. gently, pleasaotlj and MADE IN CANADA. IN IHE CIH In this .Column'.Will be Published Every Monday Church- Announce- ments for the.Coming Week..Notices for This Column Should Reach this office.not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for-which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this, column. At St. Andrew's The senior Christian Endeavor 'will meet toniorrou1 evonini; at Clioii praclicc on Friday .at 8 p.m. N'cxt Mimtlay will he observed as the annual a'nnjvcrsarv of the cliurch. hlibjcct, "What we can do to make...... our society a greater success." The Intermediate Christian Endea- Westminster Guild will n; Iior will hold a consecration meeting! school room ot the church BULGARIAN MOBILIZATION Washington, D.C., Oct. (iisjjatfrh from Premier Rados- 1 lavofr at Sofia to the Bulgarian legation here today announced 1 mobilization, 1 wliicli was the message adds, with regularity and punctuality. Tile Pre- mier denied tiial there lias been any crisis in Bulgaria. German Casualties INTERNES TO GO TO MORRISSEY j TAKE MINERS TO ENG- TRAIN DE- RAILED et in the at eight will meet at At St. Mary't w'ill meet in school room on Tuesdav at- ternoon at 1.30. A large Hide will be a meeting on is leijuestcd Tuesday jirruunt. at eiirljtrfl'ctaJf in. 'ihe ueekh praiei met tin; be the Parish hall held at (s o'clock on Heiiiiesdaj even The regular service of intercession f ing as usual. will he htlrt on Wednesday evcn'ug in Ihe of tin Hie eliurch Tlie St 'Mali's Girls' is called (or "ThuniUi at Fernie, B.C., Oct. to, ________ -ITho .McKay of! i Itliu 107th lieglment. in command off Amsterdam, via London, Oct. the interned prisoners here, in com-' tlie Prussian casualty lists, numhers i Pany with Captain IMalindane, who to covering tbe period bee" "ssisned to the command of September 17 to September 23, give the names of men killed, wound- day to inspect the work being" done nl and missing, according to the there by some thirty of the interns .Nlcuvre Rotterdamflsehe Coin-ant of The -whole camp ytil be in the new (Rotterdam. Tbe Coiirant says that [quarters within the next ten days these'figures increase ihe total Prus- j Richards' UP f tf slan commissioners' "vvbo have beifi j engaged in securing; miners to-work WANT ALL !in, the English mines, from the idle licrc in about three weeks upon the same mission. i j All mcnihcrs of choir ur prraeetmg ednesdav eyenitig gt 8 o'clock On Tlmrsdav' at 8 o'clock the monthh conference of Simdav school workers and 'the monthly busi- ness nirrfing of the Clafaf, be combined ,n one meeting At Westminster Tbe Cpwffclh League will liolrt its iirrs will he, midc hcarrih On Upclnrsdai the -isoal midueei. service mil ot held Next .norning Hate man, a retumel misslonan irom China, will speak In Ihe the pastfii conduct a Hauest Home and T hanksciimt; saruce The churcli will, he appropriately decorated for the octasion The ladies hold a Thanksgn ing concert and supper on conbecration for the month tonight at a.o'dccV. The A B Class will hold ihe inonth- meeting and sonal gatheun? to- J or.ibiG ncathci of ihe past two at 7-10 at the hoirr ot Mr delajcd-the threshing slilns for a federal that 11 f uul.calh M holiday, on Good Fnda, Chnstmw and fixed for Monday. SON OF DONALD MacMASTER KILLED London, Oct. MaeMas- ter. K.C., the well-known Canadian lawyer, lias been informed .that his only son; Donald Cameron MacMaster, was Killed In France in tbe fighting during September lio-27. He was sen- ing as a lieutenant in the-Sixth- Caiii- eron Highlanders, and was well-known in the army as an athlete. Donald .MacMaster, the father, was formerly In tlic Dominion house-for Glengarry v v J8...V FAMOUS THEATRICAL MANAGER DEAD ISLAND" FAIR ON OCTOBER 21 Island, Alfa Oct J The Rov Island al b show owing to the late has been postpon- ed to October Tho Uiifav- Bvrcn, Iil3 'itli avenue X The meeting of the teach- ers and omccrb of the Sunday school in clnudi on TuestiaV had the Bocietv aclhcied K o'clock, lormer dafp Hence the Hpgulat service on Change daj ,il 8 o'clock and consequents d large uum- bV-r of inrmeii been able to aUeml tho I CLAUDE HUGHES of Qu'Uve jela of Royal Meademy of Muiic, England) in Ringing, Tho- Kai' i'ratnlng prtipfupri for the Et of the Roya! Academy of Music, Hoy a) College of Muaic, Londoh, England; Toronto Con- ttorvfttory of Music and AlcQlll Montrwtl. 6th AVENUE SOUTH. SPECIAL FARES for THANKSGIVING DAY (loiug dales October 8th to Hlh Return Jiniil Octoljcr I3tli, 19lo Full information as: to fares, from Ticket Office, C. U! Station, or. J DAWftON, f Dittriet PaMcngCr Agent, Calgary London, Oct. Ed- wardes, the English died m london tins moining after a illness i out halfway between and Sentember 10 A. 3111 -was [railed and the jnqnpst developed the 'sian named John'Rico, a river driver, who had fallen .into the river on Sim- day, September 5, while walking-over some floating logs. A verdict of ac- cidental drowning ivas returned, Derailed The mine train due here at 6 o'clock in the evening, was derailed ou Friday night just at: the High 'Line switch e tottn The tender, being in front, jack-knifed with the engine, and threw three cars of slack from tlife rails, and tore up the track so much that tbe.line was blocked for 24 hours The mine was idle on Saturday -in. ronsequeiice Engineer Fied "ft bite, was driving the engine lind fireman, bad. a narrow escape, but luckily-no one of the crew or passen- returning from were injur ed1. The locomotive was damaged, consnfpiablv, and p tiark had to be built to get it back on tlie main iina 'arid to the shops -A.-McDonald of-: the -V AIcDonald Co. aarrlved in couipaiij with W. Barclay, manager of the fum Air McDonald talked op tinusUcallT regarding business pros pects for the near future: }Iiss baw.suu entertainwl at the tea hour on Saturday, the honor guest being -Miss Hulchinson. Mrs. J. A; Jackson and Mrs." E.J'A. Shar- maii presided at the tea table-pret- tily decorated with marigolds. Miss Inzola Hardic jinti... ..lUiss Dnrothy Alarrs assisted in the tea room. Mr. and .Mrs. R. T. Urynmer enter- tained the choir of .St. Augustin's church at a delightful week-end tea in honor of Mr. H. K. Cooper, who is leaving today for Calgary to join 82ml. Mr. fcmiper was presented with a wrist watch hy the members of the choir, of which he has been a, faithful member fur a number ot years. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Au- gustin's church will make a specialty of Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving at their Pantrv: Sale .on Saturday next. It will be ihe real kind that mother used to mate. Members who cannot attend the meeting called for tomor- i row afternoon will confer a favor hv j communicating with the secretary- j treasurer, Mrs. Allin, plione 38U, or tlie president, Mrs; K. E. Sherlock. The very high esteem in which Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reid were held, by the employees of the Chinook Coal To waa_eviderieed' on Saturday when a presentation was made to them of a magnificent silver tea service The presentation took place in tht, olfice of the corn and Has a complete surprise to the -worthy recipients Mr. Reid was a good boss as one of the. men declared and that means a real tribute when it. is considered that he-had made men in emploi and that the mine underwent all its pioneering stage during his management Rpid came to 1hc ciU from Oklahoma a feu dajs ago and is on a hunting trip with Messrs fi J E Ewsrt and his brother A.'H. Reid. On his return tl'E praine cluck- en ranges be will go lo unrk in Oklahoma. BY ALLIES London, Oct. and tho con- sequent rand, have prevented the Anglo-French armies from continuing their full offensive in. the Artoia. 'ighting a stubborn, nature, how- ever, is still going on in that region, both sides endeavoring to secure van- tage points. Success here, as ia Champagne, is apparently varying, al- though, the Allies .are holding virtual- ly all the ground they gained in. last week's thrust. That other similar will taka place before long ia the settled con- viction of military writers, who see n the repeated 'bombardments of the German positions on the-Belgian coast by British ships and big French Rims and air raids over the German lines, evidence of: another sloriii Brewing. Naturally, it some days" to prepare, as the guns, which now such a large part in the campaign; have to he brought up, auil' matter after rams, par icularly in the low countries ot Flan- ders-and. tho Artois. Tlie air raid iu Champagne laj 63 Fiench aerouUnes was the Biggest enterprise of the kind ever indertiiken. Tho French, according o Ihe German report, have lost: the Irship Alsace, which was a few days ago in the official commun- ication as doing'valuable ;work. GILLETTS LYE EATS DIRT" ITALIAN BERHAGL1E1JI CAPTURE AUSTRIAN SNIPER (IN CENTRE WITH HEAD BAN- DAGED) HE WAS SHOT LATER. .NOTE HIS LITTLE DAUGHTER CRYING ;