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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER THE LETHBRIDGE; HERALD The LadiesV Store Phone 453 Acidia Blk. Complete Stock of Winter Wearables and Values Better by Far Than r we Have Ever Offered Before iaie 11475 WORTH UP TO REGULAR VALUE UNDERWEAR Ladies' Union Suits to Silk, Wool, silk and Wool and Cottous. Children's Vests, Drawers and Union Suits sixes and prices, pure wool or mixtures. GLOVES Ladles' Knit Gloves- 25c to 65c Various qualities in, every col- Best Kid Gloves In guaranteed 'qualities, shown In every, size and. color, the fa- mous Treffouse HOSIERY Ladles' Cashmere Hose 25c to 90c Plain and ribbed black colors, with dainty em-broidery work. Children's Ribbed Cashmere Hose 30c to 50c Sizes 4 to incbes, colors. black, cardinal, tan, pink, sky and cream. WOOL SHAWLS Colors'-red, grey, 'black and white. to CHILDREN'S LEGGINGS lied and white Wool Knit, according to size. 45cto60c CHILDREN'S OVERALLS White Knit, alao brown and rod jersey goods, buttoned leg. 65c to TOQUES AND CAPS All colons and styles, special values at 25c, 35c, 50c and 60c A Splendid New. Stock of Muffs and Mat- ched or .Separate Sets Electric Seal-----V... Black Grey Fox Black Grey Wolf Lsopard Sets Beaver Sets to Mink Sets to Imitation Astrachan and Seal to PiOIER, IS OEM CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. But he saw the possibilities o! the future, and -he planted hn stake m Lethbridge. the Dallas.; Hotel Hotel.was ready to open on October 1, 180-1, .he took the lease, and. for ten years lie; has been the host oi the house which be known as ono of tiie homey stopping olaces of the j south Ten rears to the he was I proprietor of the Dallas On the day he stepped out and handed tlta reins, his malady overtook Mm He! had not even one day out of harness when hc: was called'on to lay down the reins ol life. No better citizen'than Christian, J, Eckstorm has Lethbridgo over been able to boast. He was here before tho city exhibited any great signs of here when' Lethbridge was growing, by. leaps and bounds, and his i'aith .in the city .was always the same; Mr. Eckstorm was much ia thu public eye. Perhaps he was lest known as a.patron of clean sport. Theie is not a sport organisation in the city that does not owe him a great deal Eckslorm's Athletic Ftrk was tho playground of Lethbndje af- ter Cfalt Gardens were set out, and the baseball and football boys will say, to the last man, that they have lost a friend who stood by them through thick and thin; Perfaaps his highest honor in. the sporting world was as1-president ot the Can- ada Baseball League, which he was organizing.' .-HO was the organization in 1910. But .in other ways'ho-Sfiowea: his public and in con- nection with: the .Agricultural Soci-r ety, of which he has been ji director-j The atorm. has not done as -ihuch for years, holding presidency in damage la the city as womd be ex- 1912. He was on toe board in 1910 from lts Duration and nature and 1911 wheji the new grounds Xjnilfc, and alwajs t-ook a pride what the city was doing tor further the agricultural in- dustry in Southern "Alherta. EcKstorm was a man of kindly who heart He was iand ma' found themselves, "up who can say that "Chris" Eckstorm gave them their, first start-on a more prosperous road. He is survived by-his widow, Vi- are Only two- out night, and the street practically undamaged. of the 17 telephone lines 'from the city were working this, and tele- graph lines ia all directions, are down. Considerable damage was done to of everybody, trees on the boulevards and'.in the clla Olive .Eckstorm daughter Lucile. and his only The funeral announcements will be made later. Train Service Notice Passengers..: from Lethbridge can keep posted on train services bv call- ing S. B Mitchell, agent, phons 512. The- Cardstoh train arrived in the city at 13 15, 3 hours ami 45 mimites late, ths Calgary train via Aldersyde was reported'. 2 hours late, and the Calgary'train via Macleod arrived 30 minutes late. The'Mediciae'. Hat'tram was an hour and Trains from depart on time. half overdue. the city parks The Cardston train this morniiur.wa: buried. The crew succeeded in get- ting it out, but plow, was de- railed, and the train had a fight all the way Into' town. Another suow. plow and engine was At dersyde; while train movements gen- erally-were both by the snow and the difficulty with .which the dispatchers here iia5 tc issue or- ders. Chief :Dispatcher Manley stated that the greatest trouble was- being experienced in keeping1 both' the tele-, phone, and telegraph wires open. Commissioner Grace, and. Street Superintendent Morris this morning clearing the streets, tra men and extra teams were em- ployed and the n district was fairly well cleared by noon The de- partment make no effort to plow the walks, and Commissioner Grac asks that householders do this-wor themselves, as staff is shor handed. The crossings, as far as po sible, will he Reid said that th cars on the inside district would b kept running, it possible, but thdt th Duff Addition serfico would not 1) continued until ffie show cou'id be e fectively cleared. Those residing-i thut poition of the city had j, fi this m'orning to reach tffwu -at all The schools were' slimly attended and -many of the teachers were unaiil to .make the Seven rooms a Central, four at W-estniinster, one a Galbraith and one at Pleetwood wer this 'and Hardisvill was.c'iosed entirely GILMORE THE BAKER ANNOUNCES i that owing to the storm his Ketail Delivery is demoralized, bnt that Grocery Stores are supplied with Bread and his Customers can get it at these stores. If conditions continue tomorrow, same as today, it will be necessary for customers to get their supply of QUAKER BREAD at the following Grocery Stores: Barnard Tickner Central Cash Grocery Good Co. Hughson J. and A. Johnston Geo. Kcrr Co. B. B. Morden I H, A. McKillop Co. t A. Boss i j B. F. Sang j Supina Son L. C. Teeple x Thompson's Grocery Westminster Store It has ;been impossible to reach an UtliQ .stockmen in the: outlying dis but it is ejected that the to: in' sheep and cattle wiil. be heavy Fear for tlie sheep is especially keen as the animals be buries toy, the whole herd-and smothered. a-, singular- occurrence thai with the present heavy fa'tl of enow itiere has not yet been a killing fros in Southern Alberta The soil is open and readr EO receive this splendid contribution from Dame Nature. -The crops that are not already harvester canJDe cut easily, one "way the field alter the snow has melted and tin fields rdried up, while the. fall greatly.benefit the fall wheat already sown. The Storm Alacleod, 'Alta., Oct. snow storm which early Saturday morning is stiK Over two feet of; snow Jias fallen, and the elec tri_G light ;and arq down Telegraphic communication, with, the ou.tsldc Is severed, while ranch es are isolated to drifts In the Poicuplne Hills an oyen heav- ier fall has oeeii expenenced, and a rapid thaw will raise the riyer to an unprecedented height. LIEUT. JOHN SPREAD Of the Royal North iLancasliire fle- meat1 reported under date ol Sept. h as among tlio missing of the Al- lied forces in Franco. Ho Is a grad- uate of the Upper Canada College and 'he Uojnl Military College. Have You Seen the Lightning Artist in Our Window? A CLEAN UP OF 100 ODD PLATES, not many of each; oatmeals, tea, bread and but- ter plates, ate., all one iirtco [or tomorrow K_ Just .........I.. COLD WEATHER COM- BINATIONS FOR MEN Heavy weight', closed, crotch, all fij-f 11.50 LADIES' EXCLUDERS, two 'buckle stylo, (best quality rubber and cloth tops, ill a Worth S2.25 9.1 I 9 DOOR PANELS, white Not- tingham, with neat medallion effect, size. 48x81, to go E- on sale at just .......ilU FOR BOYS, these Fleece lined Combinations, sizes 24 to 32, Regular tor IBs FOR THIS SLOPPY WEA- THER, these Two Buckle Ex- cluders for men; lirst quality heavy ru'bber soles, cloth tops, all sizes JJQ Reg. ?2.EO for "9 I THESE DOOR MATS in Velvet Pilo. neat) fawn, rod aud green floral effects, size. 12x30 Inches; worth 85e, just Start Saving Coupons for Free Oil Painting Right Away 100 DOZEN BOYS RIB- BED HOSE, heavy all wool, black only, sizes to per pair BOYS' FINE SCOTCH FIN- GERING. ALL WOOL HOSE, ribbed, sizes 6 to 10, in block only LADIES' PLAIN CASH- MERE, all wool, full fashion- ed, spliced sole; ladies' all wool, ribbed, cashmere in blaeK? only Per pair......... 45c 23c GENTS' AND BOYS' EX- TRA HEAVY ALL WOOL rib- bed, sizes to 10 LADIES' COATS, lovely as- sortment of coats in Tweeds and Teddy Bear Cloths, all new stylos, black, navy and mixed effects Special GIRLS' FINE RIBBED HOSE in black only, double sole and spliced heel. Sizes G to 10 LADIES' ALL WOOL KNITTED UNDERSKIRTS, pretty patterns -with fitted yokes In colors red, navy and grey. Regular 12.25 for...... CHILDREN'S BEAR CLOTH COATS, lovely-weight Curl Bear Cloth. Coats, lined throughout with flannelette and prettily trimmed with silk com pearl buttons. Regular sizes 18, 20 and 22. White only Coupons for Oil Paintings Good Until October 13th HUDSON'S BAY "SEAL OF QUALITY" FLOUR 98 POUND SACK 49 POUND SACK 24 POUND SACK....... 95c 6 ounce Eggo Baking Pow- der with every Sack of Flour FREE 5 (pounds for H 4 (pounds for CAMPBELL SOUPS 25.C 25c 25c Miss Rose Leary, formerly of the Dominion Lauds office stall, leit on Saturday for. her home at BOTV Isl- ind. Mrs 1 L iS'aismith of Calgary, who has bean yisitmg with Mrs. J 0 Tilson at the Barracks, rehuced lome today. Mrs. E. Prey and children returned on Saturday from a iour months' isit with her partnts at Parksvillo, C. A quiet wedding was solemnized in 'erme-on Tlmisday evening at the Lome of the bride IP Fernie, Tvhe.ii Janet, the only (laughter ol Mr and Irs "Matthew Tully, was united in he holy bonds of matrimony to Mr Hewitt, Rev. 11. R McQuarne of iciating 'Uter partaking of a sump- uous wedding repasi, the happy cou- le left OB the midnight Spokane They will visit the coast cit- es and returning will reside in Fer- ThB history and current event sec- ion of the Vathesis clui will meat oniotrov afternoon with Mrs David ondld, 627 9th street south, com- mencing at three. The Wesley Ladies' Aid will hold heir regular business meeting on Wednesday afternoon. at 3 o'clock at section of the club make an. effort to the church. The ladies are asked .to he present at the meeting. bring their sewing. The first general meeting of the Mathcsis club .was held on Wednes- day, Sept. 30. This was anniversary day. There were 22 present. The dues fur the present year will be one dol- lar. After the business session a pleasant social time was spent over dainty refreshments. The social which was to have.. been held by the Westminster Guild this evening has been cancelled owing to the1' storm, The Art and Literature.department of. the Mathesis Club will meet to- morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Stoltze, 311.12th St. Will all who desire -to join this Tho St. Mary's Manse Society postponed their coffee supper which' was to have been held in-, definitely. In announcing the meoting of tha presidents .and secretaries of tho var- ious Women's Club on Saturday, a mistake was made in saying the niejtr ing was lor the purpose of organising a Red Cross This was -in- torrecfc. The meeting which was to have been held tomorrow in 'the Y. M C A at four o'clock for the pul- pose of forming a jocal committee of Women's Patriotic "Service lias been {postponed. A recent: meeting decided a committee would jepoct on feasibility of the scheme, and this'report will be received and dealt' with. After using laxative and cathartic edicines from childhood a case of ironic constipation yielded to the sientitte food, Grape-Nuts, in a few early, childhood I suffered ith such terrible constipation that I ad to use lasatives continuously go- g from one drug to another and litering more or less all the time. "4 prominent phjsician whom I nsultcd told me the muscles of the gestive organs were weakened and uld not perform their work without elp of some kind, so I have tried at itereot times about every lasati1 e nd cathartic known, but found no 'lp that was at all permanent I had tally become discouraged and had Ten my case up as hopeless when I >gan to use the pre-digested food, rape-Nuts 1'Mtliough I had not expected this od to help my trouble, to my great rpnse Grape-Nuts digested easily om the first and in a few days I was nvinced that this was mat what my stem needed. "The bowels performed their func- ons regularly and I am now com- etely and permanently cured of this trouble i 'Truly the power of scientific food List he unlimited." Name given by nadlatt Postum Co, Windsor, Ont Trial 10 davs" of drape Nuts, when food-does e body'woris wonders-, t Look in the famous little "The to. Well villa." reid the fetter? A rww frpnTtlfni to tliru. They "senulirv'lriiti Jull .of human 4- Kylamls Co. The Busy Store It's time to Buy New Shoes, Rubbers and Warm Hosiery Save doctor bills, keep your feet dry. Here are a few specials. If you cannot get down, phone in your order and we will deliver it on short notice. 4 Children's Shoes Children's Patent or Gunmetal Shoes, lace sizes SV- at 12.50. Sizes 5 to at ?2.00. Boys' Shoes at Solid Leather junharst made Boots for up to size 5 at Smaller sizes up to 11 at ?2QO. Girls' Shoes at A special purchass of School Shoes for Girls, lace Box Calf leather, up to size 2 at 52.00.' Girls' Shoes at Girls' Button Shoes, Gtauiietarov Patent, with Kid or tops. sizes up to 2, uecial for Ladies' gun metal Button Shoes Threo smart styles in Button or Kid or Gun- metal leathers. These slices are the celebrated Rellndo and Set makes. Sizes 2% to 8. Values up to 14.59, Phono in your order. New Rubbers 85c Pr. Ladies' best quality Rubbers; Maltese Gross brand, medium and high heel stjrtes, ulies 2% to 7 All cue pHoe, 860. Child's Cash Hose 25c Girls' fine ribbed .Cashmere Hose, sizes 4H to 1, >t 2ac. Lar- ger sizeg at SOc. Any quantity delivered. Men's Rubbers Girls' Eubbers at 65c Girls' Rubbers, storm front style, sizes 11 to 2 at 75c; up to siae 11 at 65c. All new stock. Wos. Cash Hose 35c Ladies' All Wool Llamn Cash- mere Hose, 8i4 to 10 size. Snoc- idl for Tuesday. 3 pairs for ?1.00. Men's Raincoats GIRLS' JERSEY LEGGINGS LADIES' JERSEY LEGGINGS...... I BOYS' RUBIER BOOTS, SIZES 11 TO 2. REGULAR PRICE' FOR Rylands Co. The Bbsy Store y. ;