Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
l-'UIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1017 THE LETlinniOGF. DAILY HI-.IUU) JAOE NINE liome Journal Patterns "The Busy Cash Store" Nemo 'Warner Corsets INIHPIl (CONtlXl'ED FROM FItONTM'ACK) "Knowing How to Dress Knowing Where to Shop" Everything por fte Holiday arc ready for ready wifli Ilic, assemblage we. have ever had. Swagger Coals, sniarl drcssos, rluvei1 suits and dainty blouses ol' every dCKcriiitiou. Oilier diTNs essentials sm-lins I'crr iu's Gloves, TToli'jiroof and Luxile Sills iSlorkiiiKs. Already for your lion tomorrow. You Really Should 'See These Charming COATr' Mnile of, coraTnr: jnch- 25 CLlTJTtnt-. haU lined, olhprpjluml, u'liors either niillnu nicd or moilMeU with lux- urious (ur collars Irinv mltlBS Of plURL, KflTftllll, fancy smelling, buttong, etc. Kvcry model will fi nil the un- qualified arijirovnl ot the people who. make (ashion. Ejupire or shirred Lacli Btj'leSj. narro'w and wiflu Colors are: blacli, navy, broun, RrcHi. Dureumlv, Pokln blue, ttupe anil Tlicao coals have a dcftnlic apiica! for ivoin'en ivho-appreclatc richness and'flnipltcHy. DAINTY CAMISOLES Tho flnofit loi ot camisoles have cre-i ncd, hcst ot nil the jirltes ;irc extremely rousouubk-. Some new oCfcLls >vltli Van Dyke late ami I'ilibon irtrniipings. Sizes 3G to 44. NOVELTY VEILINGS to All new this, week. Largt chenille spot border. Also gold thread from 50c to SI.P5 a yard, The new veils" at 15c. to Penman's Hosiery All, lines or Penman's fine all vrool ciishmcre stockings new In stock in reyular and outaizes. Sjtccial value iit Sleepers Waists Fleeced Lfned WalstB, Natural col- or. All sizes at 45c. Sleepers same material, according lo slic, to I al parly, arrived In ULO t iiy frunv Ol- i tiU'i laal nlglUjbut when Interviewed j at llie Queen's LoUl to Jar refused ab I solutelr (.a talk poUHi's. especially dial pan ot politics pertaining to Sir I trld's reported resigii-jtiun. I "Arc you going lo enter a union a rejiorler "I have never been was the [rank reply. "Ikj YOU Snow wheu the elections are coming cST' lie was again asked. tt'lsli 1 JIJ." was Hie aus-.ver. Brewster Wants Conditions Vancouver. Oct. Ilrcw- etcr, of DritUh loft i uioriiliiK for Llio east cm provincial business wMch will bis absence from Ihc province lor two ur three wccfcs. "1 am not very anxious ID vicale 1 niy scat (n Victoria." sniJ ihe premier) following st.'iU'iiienis I hut he had IJSPH l'i cominuuU-Rllon wilt Sir RolicrV Uortlcn wUh regard io taking n place j ID a union government. He artiled Uiat' statements that lie liaJ been In consul- talloii ivlth Messrs. ItowpJl, L. SMIon and "A. It. lludsion. were in- correct further declared that there Iind not been, as tar as lie any coniultallon between iveslern prem- iers ivltli" a view to aj--rccins on ft pol- ity that would support the iircscni government al Oltawji. would you under certain condf- tlons join a coalition Ire was asked. "L'oiidltlons woula to be such that I could see my way to Joining the, federal government- bu( condi- 'liuas arc not in sight just re- plied -Mr. lirewslcr. "I have iiof had n single conrercncc with Sir Ilobcrt he added. lie ?ald lie kuL-w or-no conference if Liberals In Ottawa after today. there arc Liberals tbero- 1 will be' in conference wlUi lu em." Mr. Drewster said that If ho joined a union govern in cm, "It ivould have to be Jn the best jjiteresLs of everyone id they vuuld have to prove to mo at It was in the best interests of anada." The little son of Mrs. W. Adams of .439 La Salle lid, Verdun, Montreal, for over five years with tho worst form of eczema. Mrs. Adams tried the cliikl to various hospitals, where he received the best possible medical treatment, but it was of uo avail. The doctors said the case was incurable. Then she heard of Zam-Buk and used it, with the result that to-day the child is completely cured of the terrible disease. Mrs. Adams writes: "The eruption started on my little 200Skirts Ready for Tomorrow AT NO TIME SINCE OPENING THiS'STORE.'OVER FOUR YEARS AGO, HAVE SHOWN SUCH A VARIETY OF. SEPARATE SKIRTS'.' SMART ST.YLES FROM MATERIALS SUCH AS NOVELTY TWEEDS, FRENCH SERGES, SATINS, AND.VELVET CORDS. THE STYLES AND SIZES SUITABLE FOR OR MATRON. PRICED ALL THE WAY to 7pc A shlpnicnl fjt'Slanley1 Velveteens, direct from'the old cpunlry.vSJuch colors as royal, etc., hfialiles ihe' regular staple colors' SILK PETTICOATS TnrCeUi Silk Un- (lerBkirl's In Tour new stylos, al- so plain colors. All sites. to BOYS' JERSEVS The ofggcst aseortoienl in the cily to choose from.. The famous "St- .Margorcl" jeraeya, direct from England. Colora red and -t CA b'roirn. All sizes. 91.25 l.OU Over Pieces of Under- i.'_, in Stock-More to Come NO'EXAGGERATION WHEN WE SAY WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OE UNDERWEAR IN THE STORE'S HISTORY. A WHOLE SEASON'S SUPPLY THERE WILL DE NO CHANCE TO BUY ANY MORE LATER ON, EVEN AT AN ADVANCED PRICE. SOFT FLEECED RIBBED FINE-WOOL VESTS. Shore UNION SUITS.. Shorl slocvo giecves. low cut neck in ren- or noiv neck. Sizes CHILDREN'S VESTS OR DHAVVEHS. Jn lour dlrierent Erfldca, white or i.aturnl, from 2 to U 2 H -j nn Birti 43c lo l.UU CASHMERE UNION SUITS. VELVA VESTS. Klne knll, both high or low neck, short or long 3( to JO. J2.60 anil.......... ribbort, enort sleevea, low or high neck. irr _ E.ch CHILDREN'S COMBINA- TIONS. All vrnol :it S2.IJD 'Ic ?2.75 j-trmcnl. Wool mix- iiireg, wliltc or Daluml, lo 51.35. Fleeced Cot- -i rn ton. fine rib. fl.lb lo l.JU 'ALL WOOL UNION SUITS. WOOL MIXTURES. In white. neck. Inng elcpves or High neck, long sleeves. All low neck. Shnrl O 7t sizes lo slceres. RniL i 75c lo '1.50 CHILDREN'S TIGHTS.' DlRcli ankle lengths, Accord- A A InE to Blie. C5c to.. l.UU iurca; All slylca. 0 7C aBa io" malfl SLEEPERS, nesl -I op grade. lo..... BABY VESTS. 7 grades from J0c nn lo THE "CORSET SHOP" OF THE CITY Yon an Unlimited Choice of.the.Finest Corsels procurable i in the Canadian and .American Markets Warner's Lace Front Goddess Front ft. A.'And La Diva Nemo Corsets' Warner's "Rust-proof Redfern "P. GIRLS' COATS and Coflls. to fit Gtrln from 0 lo l'i j-enra. .Mndp Crom heavy Tolorc, rndrt. niivy. iVlc-jil al JS.'.P. Alsi li.lhy C'OiUs ot whlto'clonhlngii, All alze.v lo !fi.j r ach BLANKETS and WARM BEDDING A wnndcrful lot of hrdtUrtf now lit alock. .die. hlankcls In fivpry stxr-. nntl ?2.75. Fancy "wool knap'', hlnnkcta at and Qi'Oy and wool )i1uiikcU HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS all at 20c. son's neck rapidly unlll bis body was entirely covered. It wns (ccribli.- to sec Jjow lie suilerrd with, the bit r nl ne and Irrltallun. I look Kim to A hospital lor tre-Ai- of the skin, but instead of getlliiK better ,tlic sores worse. I ihcn took lilni to another UoiplUil, lie remain- ed for sonic lime, and although nt first he seemed to bc getting belter, (he Improvement was only temporary, and (he doctors finally pronounced ilic disease Incuiablc. years had elapsed since the sores firs I appeared, and 1 ivns beginning to fcir the doctors were light, when 1 was advised to use Tlili balm so highly spoken of llm 1 delcrrulneJ to give it a trial, and a few weeks after commencing Its use I noticed, a itccldrd improvemcut. This so cncourag- iny llial I continued- Gradually my boy got belter end hctlcr until after four months of Zcm-ILuk treatment he was eoUtcIy cured and his skin absolutely clear. "Although It Is now six years since this wonderful cure was effected, iliere has not bccnlhesllghftsttnceoflbedlseaserelurnlng." Zam-Buk is unsurpassed for chronic sores, rlugworoi, bad legs, blood-poisoning, pimples, bolls and piles, as well as for cuts, burns, scalds and all skin Injuries. All dealers, or Xam-Uuk Co., Toronto. 5Pc. boi, 3 Jlhii coupon, nia 11 per led '1 ccmt tdiap (lortrtura poat- to Z4m-Balc Co-, Toroalo, aai trJi.1 box will TOa. ic dccfelon was reached, however, continue buying until Monday n hen It was tibneJ the strike ivill.be ctllecl grain again moving freely the scaboardf. Reply lo Borden Fort wnilaiii. Out., Oct. onEahrjremcn'a re civert t telegram, froin tbo prime min ler similar. tn..jthnt'.received by ihp oartl of grain fointllissl'oncrs. To Ujls hey replicil as "To JlnnT Sir, ItyberL Uordcn rcniler oj Cnn'aflar "We arc honqrctl, to receive yontr 'lesram of 4fli and fully re prpcnlc your (cpling In the present rave and critical torlod of our coun rj'rs history. To this end we'have con eritcd to effect settlement of the jircs nt on the only reasonable onorablc lines, namely, the recognl on of onr rights as Drlllsh aubjc o organize to protect the.Interests o urselves, our'famiHes and our "Com at Ihe front fighting the battle f freedom there lor us ivlilch wo arc fine here tor them, all other lons lo the dispute to be seUleil -by rbitralfon ivhilo we arc dofp.s OIJF 'fork loyally nt the cJevators'ot' this mint, I have been instructed lo send be nbovc. IFfpicrt) "David Hunter, Secretary." Recognition of Union. Port William, .Onl., Oct. The Rttlcmcnl of the strike of elevator icn seems to hlngo ahsolutcly upon he recognition of the union- At a meeting of Ihe employers last night he operators decided that Llicy; would lo a hoard of conciliation md- arbitration leaving it in the lands of (lie board lo dechle the how far untoii ahoiild be ecogntzcd. This has been conimun- cated lo the men who arc Blancllng for rccognltton. of their union jrlor io consorting to arbitrate other Itrtcrcncca, the question ot wages has sunk nlo a mailer of minor Importance, And Ihc claim that their chief Is for recognition, as n union and the Improvement of working Kllotis, capcclally as regards sanl- latfon and safely In (he K. Cromptonc-of the lator dc- inrlmctit. and It. flcal, reprcsGnl' Ing Ihc deparlmcrit of trnde and com- merce, staled Ihfs-morning (hat tlicy arc still nt work eml-avorlog lo gel the port tea (o the jdlspulc lo make somejconccsalons Hint will bring then' nearer logetbcr. .They sny thai BC far thoy had been-successful In gel line them In closer accord nn certain nialtcrs, bul thai' Ihoy atlll hnd E olly problem nhcad of llicm. A mccEfng of (lie employers fg nov in "Ef.ifitoii nnd a inflKs meeting of the workers wns held hi the trades nm lahor hall nt the same lime, and 1h may be attained and to express its opinion lhal in the union of all the spiritual, moral and iiolitlcal forces in our Canadian life will thJs purpose be best attained and the full power, faith and service of our people be en- listed In lhc; conflict of civilized hu- manity for human Calgary, Ocl. the clt> council which recently refused per- mission to reduce the ,slzc ol the standard loaE 24 in 20 ounces, Calgary bakers tiits moruJng notified Ihu cfly c'solicitor Ihrough llielr adviser hat they would bring the change .cnLioiied-Jnto eilccl Tuesday mom- ng. This is tantamount jo an increase n'llic price of bread as this Is to re- inin al ten ccnta ftir which (he larg- r lont IB now sold. WANT ALSACE Parle, Oct. Barlhon, member of th- Inner war council 6f His present cabinet and former prfimlor, at a luncheon of the American club yesterday declared thai' the Trench 9overrtme.nl and Ihe French ,people absolutely and to re- unite (o franee. regain that which 'to he WILL CONTRO Quebec, Oct. ot the lead- ing anti-prohibitionist .-organizers In Quebec City staled today that the result of the referendum held In Quebec City yesterday will be contested before the- courts pre- sumably on the grounds of undue Influence exercised in, favor of prohibition. One fact seems cer- tain Vffiatever steps are taken, to annul Ihe prcceedlngsr Quebec will keep it'- licenses assuredly .until May nexl. The exact majority of the pro- hibition victory Ic placed today at lesJ six polls from a Llm- oilou ward yet to be heard from. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS EXTKA HEAVY JUST NO A V FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS KcR-ulai' Sale Price s Reft-iilar Sale Price Price Sale Pi'icc S13.75 There Is Sound Economy In Buying Good Clothes get One Hundred cents for.every dollar you spend In ;i .SiiK or Overcoat of LIMITCDt anil a iililc'cxd'ii in Ihc Siylc, imd They arc tailored to your ami snlisladloh gnar- The I-'all and your sclccHnii IHMV. BROS.