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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER JS T H 15 R1 D G E D A I L, Y H L D PAGE SB n ADKT 8 THE LADIES'STORE (X vU. Phone 453 Acedia Block Thanksgiving Bargains Throughout Every Dept. of the Store-- Friday Saturday Again forcibly-demonstrating tho leadership of this store, not only in everything for your own personal use, hut in as well. .Of course, this- ie but a brief summary of the many advantages and saving chances that await you here the next three various bargain lots with price tickets announcing their exceptional values will be the reward of every shopper, and space forbids mention of but a few of them here. IN HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR 'AND VARIOUS OTHER NECESSITIES FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE., Read this list thoroughly. It is worth, particularly careful attention and the constant keeping In mind of the fact that values are conservatively stated, extraordinary as they appear to .be. THANKSGIVING Glove Bargains' DOGSKIN WALKING GLOVES Regular value Excellent qualities Jn the proper .mannish, effects; tans only, soft.and1 one 'dome at wrist. Sizes 8 to 8. THANKSGIVING Corset Bargains NEWEST STYLE CORSETS Regular value 3? B i9U Air new'and up-to-date, perfect iitting models that suit all medium figures; low bust, long hip. Sizes 18 to 28. THANKSGIVING. Dress Goods Bargains NEWEST.-TWEED SUITINGS value vww Latest colorings and nilxtures. for suits and separate skirts, 5ti inches >vo'0l, me- dium Fall weight. i i THANKSGIVING Ribbon Bargains SiX-INCH RIBBONS Wortn up to 45c Pura Silk Taffetas, Duchesse and Moire SUk; RSbbona in a complete range of all tlie "wanted colors. THANKSGIVING Hosiery Bargains CASHMERE HOSIERY Regular 50c value Lovely Quality Cashmere Hose, plain or rib- bed, fine soft quality BearalF-ss feet, sr.lics'J heels and toes, -very durable and remarkably cheap. THANKSGIVING Waist Bargains TAILORED WAISTS Regular value 'Perfect fitting models in the very best styles, HmsnueB" and pure: linens, every ons :'ml up-to-date, very cheap at the three-day-bargain price. 1 THANKSGIVING Underwear Bargains VESTS AND DRAWERS Worth up to 50c quality Fall weight Vests and Draw erstwhile color. Vests long sleeves. drawers in ankle length, "open or closed, .THANKSGIVING Handkerchief Bargains PURii'LTiNEN EMBROIDERED GOODS Worth "Daintily hand embroidered Kerchisls in pure linen, medium -size and wonderful value at the three-day price Isepers Children's S 75c Heavy fleece lined ln_natural; colora, sizes" one to ten years; yery cogy and Scotch Fingering 75c -Splendid quality, even ,yam, very strong and splendid to wear, colors (black, grey, white' and red. Children's Hosiery 25c Fine cashmere goodq, worth up" to 45c; a collection 6C odd lines. in various si26a from fi fo ma, colois cream, tan, cardinal' and black. Ribbed Wool Hose Suitable tor hoys' and girls school wear, ver> heavy rib; black sizes 6 to 10 inches'. Chds. Fleeced Waists White and natural colors, size Cor children one to ten years of age, -warm and for all under gar- ments; 'Satin Petticoats Splendid1' quality satin, colors Neil Rose Paddj navv tan and black finished with 12 in pleat ed flounce. Most Enticing Bargains Tliroughout our Ready-to-Wear Section. Suits, Con ts and Dresses in the yery best and most attractive styles greatly, ieduced for this three-day Bargain Event.- Suit Sale worth up to Black and. navy also .worsteds and. tiVt.eda In medium and dark collec tion or some thirty odd garments offered in this special lot, including all regular sizes as well as small and extra large women's sizes up to ;44. THANKSGIVING Coat Sale NEWEST WINTER COAT8 S16.75 Worth up to tweeds and: blanltet ctoths'fn the most becoming and attractive styles (of the light, medium u and _ dark- colors; every vgarfnent r up-tordate and representing f most unusual value at tha three-day baigaln price THANKSGIVING Dress Sale SILK A CLOTH DRESSES Worth up to nnfl taffeta silk, fine crepes ,and, particularly' good vleijand shown a ot s In turn _.. UieBj) gamei ts n to price of CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block THE ;BEL- G'IANS' Jilultilurfcs upon mullituilcs tliey throng, And thicken who sliall numDn thcic array Tlioy bid .the peoples tremble anil obey, Their facca arc scfc forward all for wrong. 7-1" -Tlipy iminpJc on- the covenant anil arc strong And torjible. Who shall dare to say nay How shall a little nation bar tho way Mr. ami Mrs. Qi." D. Austin and liaby ticurgc of Afedict no Hat are in the city visiting Mr., Austin's moth- er. Mrs. Austin and little sun. will remain in the city lor a uouple of weeks. Where that resistless'host is borne along You never gallant King to how To overmastering and stand i aside, Safe and might have Belgium1-1-is '-tjransfigurod, glori- The friend Frdricc anil England, who avow An c ;.ual here the men who tlied. M. ia London Times. CAMPAIGNING' .QN THE'.' CO.UNTRYSIDE (Jas. .Milne in the-London Chronicle) The war has chaiigucl the Immam face of the couiitrVja-goqd deal, as you' UvIH''discover a long motor ride Jt is very beautiful, for leaves oa the trees kept fieir gn-fen this veai, ncl theie are still flowers blooming Ire-h y Ihe ueaih ripe, and j'neatja field of them hen come'i the wind bungs [curious 'ntOiinatifi scenery is like'thj is its new us This can. 1 it'-touch of their Decent. But Kent -ouf :of war, and it plorithat interests a sen A' board meeting of the Women's Jtclief Society will he held at the Nursing o'clock Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. Menxies, 14th St. 8.- returned homo this morning From a two months' trip to their respective homes in Nova Scotia. Mrs. P. N. Nolan will receive on Wednesday afternooij at her home, 808 Royal Airs. Charles Mor- ris, ot Lelhbridge, will assist the lies t News-Telegram. Mrs. J. A. wife of Alberta's agent general in London, is unfor- tunately quite seriously indisposed at the present time. The Hon. A. L. SiUon, premier of Alberta, is lire .first" life member to be received by the Calgary Iltd Cross Society. Uctober2, in St. John's Church, Medi cine i-iiit, by Rev- J- W." Morrow, .Mr M. E. Cbildress of was untied in tho bonds ot holy matrimony to Airs. McCormack of Virginia, U.S.A. at 11 o'clock. A sewing meeting of the Woraen'b Auxiliary of bt. Cyprian's churdl will-be held Thursday afternoon, a three o'clock, in 'the parish room. The young ladies' class of Wesley church will meet with Miss Allison 1101 Second Aye, S., tomorrow oven- ing at eight o'clock sharp for sew- ing. You are needed- The regular monthly conference oE the workers of the Christian Sunday- school will be held in the Loyal Wo- meu's class room 'at tho church to- ruorrow evening Some spec- ial plans for 'future work will be dis- cussed-and a full attendance is ear- nestly revested. Announcement is made by the Au- ditcjTiupi Club that fcbo first of a scries of diiiices to be given this sea- son, will be held on Hallowe'en eve, Friday, October 30th, at the K.-of P. hall. IVKTf tence by sajing fhat "eras uj; Jvhaki uniforms jou go They ire on" horses. Jor Bicycles or afoot, sometimes ,-even Iheie the} go all the of Kent, IB alnajs a town, but today j it seems to radiate'lol fliers and Terrfc Lionals into all the sui rounding conn. Jti] Rav. horses are being broken m, and 3-611 'wonder whether the process is -hardest on ihe on tlie rid- er, who probably haapio Was-' ons Tuth lalions, otliei wagonij meaut to carry deadljbr. things meet you and mstmctneiy'get the right of wajv That little cttfttanstance-ls the recognition of "the military life abroad in.-Kent, the majesty of the-nation khaki. -You may, if drop into a way- side inn foi something to eat, heai j great Jalcs uaypoaings Oh, jyes, a "iftrace of spies were captuied I upder the very Ganterburj efial tried m due form and with. I1 all dispatch and You -wait for j the rest, and jou get it in a nhispe ed question, Wai should hai pen'-to on absoliit authority that no spllp have been sho our borders since the nar DP gan or before it know ihat i to Bpoil an uncanny storv which yo will heat adapted to various parts 1 is just atmosphere of place becom Ing vocal in resuoiise. to the khaki Here, honmer told in quite genern terms IB a war starj probably did happen A hunt ing lady three horses, to each o Tihich she much, attached She pleaded tha at least one might be left to her, a! though, indeed, it would be hard for her to jnake a choice The offiuia" man answered that he would 'hive to consulting superior officer before hp could PTqmlge this, -and went oft- to do so The lad} hurriedly summoned a and had horses shot rather than let them go to the war What would you say to her? t She would have been promptly in trouble if she hall run; arm ed patrol, or Seen challenged by a picket at some cross roads The pat- df the Soldiers forming tnV picket holds, up warning hand Awhile you "are. still some distance Stop you must, because there Is a aofiller in the middle of the road, ja-' bayonet shining-'on his rifle- are you goihs9" You answer Possibly there Is a second question 'Where hate you come You are seen to be harmless, and may pass on. It Is this in _ntlish a hundred rears ago, indeed, there are cur- ous human resemblances between the fray mir forefathers rose to repe! 'Boney" and, the is ay in which we JMiss Louise Macdonald, of Price- viiie, who has been on an ex- tended visit with her sister, Mrs. J. Dayies, Tenth St., leit lor her Saturday last: The C. T. U. which] was to postponed the meeting .until one week irom tomorrow, Oct. 15, owing to -.the unpleasant'state ofL.the streets. i .1 Omar Khayyam Teuiple No; 141, Dramatic.Order of K-horas- san.T'are issuing invitations for their annual bail -to- in tho Pythian Castle on Thursday, baoter 15, 19H. The Imperial Orchestra will supply the music, good refreahments suupliet durin'g the eveuing, and a' most enjoy able time assured all who may re- ceive invitations. The committee in-charge is W. S W I Tavlor, I LunJy, A M Ritchie and Gug Neidig, to whom those desiring invitations may. apply or same will ba attended to 'by phon ing 1122 GALT Following is the report: for tin. Gait Hospital for the month of Sep tcmter, 1911 dumber of patients in, hospital beginning of month 4: Admittances during month 7; Transients admitted during the month 120 Dumber of patients discharged "during the month 74 SEAL COFFEE Finishing Touch To A. Perfect CHASE A 8ANBORN MONTRIAL. ,4 Thursday's Store News' Don't fail to see-.the. Lightning Artist afr work in our window, mornings 10 to 12; af.- ternopns 2 to 4, GREEN WINDOW SHADES 36 liiches wide and 72 inchos long. Good IE.- duality Tf'BC LADIES' DUST CAPS made fine mercerised handker- chiefs, lovely assortment of' colorings. Regular 30o LADIES' FLANNELETTE1 .NIGHT DRESSES, neatly' long sleeves in pink and white. Regular SJ.S5 SATIN UNDERSKIRTS, good grade of satin, four inch, linita pleated flounce, shades paddy srecn, purple, yino, mahogany, sase, mauve, yel- low, cerlee and fl> 4' jj J2.2S. MEN'S HEAVY WHIPCORD PANTS, made with Bicla Btraps, belt Qoops 'and cuffjg. All sizes..-: Kegulary 54.00 Chrysanthemums for Thanksgiving We are taking special orders for; SB-' lively on Saturday and tke.'Supply is lim- ited this year. Prices dozen. j HEAVY GREY WINTER SHIRTS, Iron Irarog make; large and roomy, all sizes, reg. MEN'S ONE-BUCKLE OVER; SHOES, or Snow Excluders. Regular .For Lay in a supply ot D. M. C; Cortenette in white and ecru, while the stock is complete, as you will find It hard to (at a supply later on, the mills to France "beihsf put mission until alter tie 'war. White sizes 3 to 80. Ecru sizes 3 to 50. CORN FLAKES .3 packages tor ROSIN HOOD BREAKFAiT, OERBAL 9KlS 1 for CaWW TAPIOCA 3 pounds for SAGO CHRISTIE'S SODA' BISCUITS, reg. 36o-. GOLDEN WEST AMMONIA POWDER 9E_' 3 400 BON AMI POWDtR 2 for ...___.... SILVER EKIN ONIONS Per! 25o PICKLINa Bay Co. MILLINERY CLEARANCE have assortment of Fall Millinery and this with a staple line must be made a final clearing of be- fore Dec. 1st. Lethbridge Millinery Com- pany, Limited L. A. Scott, Muwger 514 4th Ave. S. Deaths during thce month Number of patients in. hospital at end of month 34 Transients discharged during the "moiith a., i 7 P ISO Lowest pumber during month t, H Highest number during month.. 45 Daily average during month 4d 06 Numbtt of hospital days lot private patients 146 Number of hospital days lor ward patients, paying 676 Number of hospital days for vard patients, free 380 Totiil number of-hospital days for the month 1203 Number ot operations under gen- eral anaesthesia 41 Number of operations under lo- cal pr no anaesthesia 0' Number of patients treated in v outdoor department 6 dumber of dressings ments m outdooc department -24. dumber of hospital ambulance calls i TJie hospital wishes to'acknowledge vith thanks, the iions received during the month. Ji. Macneth.' Magazines and F. L. ilostyn. Flowers The 'liethbridge Flower Guild, K. of P Hall, Jtr W. H Fairfleid Canned fruits 'qnd vegetables Campbell, Wilson and Home 1 Case pears, 1 iase peacUei, 1 case ;rapes, and 1 bunch bananas The Trustees of the .Ladies' Aid. 15 J E Ternll .Bottles catsup-Mr. H. A. Mc- Killof 1 Chlcira lor Charles Hiss A R N Lady Superintendent 'Ihe regular mestine of the Wo- jaejfJB GWc Club ujtPbe t tow'afwinoon at 8 o'clock home of Mrs, 'Jehu Brot P ____i Hearing is Restored to Deaf Ing Devlcei. MutH Hwr With Their Own A dorful English DUcoveryk ot inople niter fronl catarrbal dmtueit or poor hearing, who having tried Used trer-tmenti, artifloW ear drums, ear phones, Tlorators various mechanical appliances out success have at last resigned themselves to "world of silence" thinking that nothing evw restord to them their normal hearing Yet thetr case Is not hopeless A remark able scientific treatment discovered a little more than a year ago in England Is making people hear after years of deafness and Is also unequalled for quickly stopning tho distressing head noises that are so often the compan- ions of detective hearing Tho dis- covery is called Parmlnt and has tracted widespread notice throughout Curope where reports of the able results it has given to deaf peo- ple have r-nnae in by the hundred Tho effect of Psrmint It seems is' uy tonic action to produce a stimulous' nocessarj to reduce all lnflammationr swelling, enlargement or thickening of the organs of hearing and to ulate the entire auditory tract Parmlnt is now being sold Iby many leading druggists In Lethindge and vicinity and a trial is urged upon all who suffer from catarrhs! deafness or beadnoJses in i Ask the druggist for ioi (Double Strength) and mw-wlth of 4 oz ot granulated Solved jXTjltajoW times a y ;