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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDG'E I) FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 8, ma CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Bik. We Sell For Cash Saturday Sale of Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses meet all competition in prices and Values, and at the same time provide for your approval, the biggest and finest selections of outer garments shown in any one Store in Southern Alberta 'All'the New Skirts All the New Suits All the New Coats________________ All on Sale Saturday from the opening hour until 10 p.m. All Garments of the famous'Northway make, Canada's recognized leading line, included in this Sale without any reserve whatever All the New Dresses Viyella Flannel 85c Finest obtainable material for sep- arate Waists, Dresses. Pyjamas and Children's Wear; washable, guaran- teed and- proven absolutely unshrink- able. A large selection of light and dark plain colors, as well as stripes, cheeks, plaids, etc. Ladies' Union Suits Watson's make, guaranteed un- shrinkable, ;very fine and soft, sixty per cent. wool. 3S and 40 in the same grade at and ?2.25. High or low neck, short or long ankle or knee length. Becoming Trimmed Hats of Style and Exclusiveness to 'Fiiilc Huts and other leading makes trimmed by expert American milliners, shown in a collection of more than a hundred handsome mod- snd only one of a kind. Lined Mitts and Gloves LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SIZES Ladies' at .............51.25 to 52.00 Children's at -----....-----25c to Fine Mocha goods, excellent soft SOIL woollen lining, very warm and durable, all wanted sizes. Winter Underwear 35c Splendid weight Vests and Draw- ers in white only. Vests long sleeves, buttoned front. Drawers open or closed styles, ankle length. Excep- tional value at Saturday's price. Every Garment Fresh and Marked up to Mark Down Every price on the plain figured price tickets represents honest value, and every reduction represents a genuine savins: on n genuinely relialilc garment. Xo old or shop-worn calamity howling: ne- lack of business in this season's lovely gar- ments. But we can and will meet all competition not only in variety of styles and selections, but in lowest prices-as. well. So'Here's Your Choice All Day Saturday Original prices are lower than similar garments have ever been sold for during previous seasons, and manufac- turers' prices are 25 to iO per cent, higher than when orders were placed. 1 EVERY GARMENT THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE. STOCK per-xeritoff INCLUDED Don't miss such an opportunity to save We make alterations ffcee and guarantee the lit. New Voile Waists to Daintiest styles of the season, high, or low collars and other styles in con- verttble collars; perfect fitting and beautifully made. Sizes 31 to 42. Newest Neckwear 25e to Splendid selections of New Ties, Windsor Bows, Vest Effects, Roll Collars, Yokes, Ruffs, etc., in the most attractive and becoming styles of the season, all attractively priced. New "Gossard" Corsets Just Cleared from the Customs Models suited to all medium, "slender and stout'fifcutes, perfect in fit and stape-keeliiog abilities; each model characterized by scientific designing, perfect workmanship and unmatehalblo value. Heavy Silk Hose S2.00 "Niagara Maid" brand, tot and finest., obtainable, made of heavy glove silk ID'black and white only. Extra long legs, reinforced sole, lieel and toe, sizes to 10 inches. Finest Gloves 51.50 Treffrmse make, every pair fully, guaranteed and soiling at the 'old price in face of sharp advances. Full range of sizes In colors tan, ;black, and white -with black. KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST The only UNION MADE Glove made in Canada The union man insists on Bob Long Glovss because They are the only strictly .UNION MADE gloFesmadem Canada! one'of the good reasons __ In the matter of -wear, for instance, get more real service and comfort out of one pair of my gloves than any two pairs of other gloves at about tie same price.. You get the Samson -seanr that can't be ripped. I control Samson seams ia Canada None but the best leather is good-enough for my gloves, and they are so cut, and the fingers so pliable, that it is a treat work, There is a. special pair made fr r yoar job.' Tiy them on at your dealer's Do it to-day BOB LONG Gloves are absolutely guaranteed to gw e fall satisfaction or your dealer returns your money. R. G. LONG COMPANY, LIMITED TORONTO WINNIPEG SHORT NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE 421 12th STREET'S NORTH, ON Friday Next, October 8th AT PROMPT. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions by the owner, who is leaving, to sell' by Public Auction and Without Reserve, a quantity of Superior Household Furniture Splendid Dining Suite m Mission Oak comprising: Buffet, Dining Table, full set Diners and China Cabinet, Solid Mahogany Centre-Ta'blo, Early English Rocker, Adjustable Easy Chair in leather, Solid Oak Rocker, Mahogany Dresser with extra' long mirror, Qali .Chiffonier, Brass Mounted Beds, Springs, and Felt Mattresses, Sanitary Lounge, Kitchen Cabinet, Success Cab- inet, Nelson Cook Stove, Sunbeam Oak Heater, large Heater, Car- pete.and .Rugs, Sheets, Blankets, Bed Covers, Pictures, Ornaments, and a large number of Kitchen. Utensils, A- Prompt Attendance requested, AUCTIONEER'S STAFFORD BLOCK. Teachers are Treated To Three Valuable Addresses (CONTINUED PEOII FRONT PAGE) for the smaller children, favoring j those which could be played within; doors, in the class room, or in the basement of the school. He favored those classes of games for small ihildrcE which would not only develop the pupils physically, give them phy- sical exercise, but which would quick- en their them think. The teachers carried away with, them many, splendid ideas from Lieut. Pri- mer's talk. Inspector Morgan yesterday had a brief word to say regarding the Her- ald's editorial of Wednesday's issue, as responsibility of the.1.teacher, in-inculcating a true patriotism and ideals of citizenship in the minds of the scholars. Tnis editorial had been criticised by President Lynd, who did not believe that the responsibility of the failure of Canadians, to respond in greater numbers to the call of Em- ppire, should be laid at the door of the the teachers had a higher responsibility, that of teaching the pupils along the lines of righteous- mess and right living. Inspector Mor- gan did not quite coincide with that! view, .but rather upheld the sentiments j expressed ia the Herald's editorial, i saying that he himself had even fatt-> ed" to fully realize the responsibilities of teachers in this matter, in the j past few years, until it had been brought home to hjm by conditions surrounding the present recruiting campaigns. Mr. Morgan's idea Is'that the public; school system utterfy fails .unlessMt so inculcates the true idea'Nsi patriotism i and higher citizenship in the minds jof the pupil that lie will be willing to make his sacrifice for the need of his country, and of the principles of dem- ocracy when the call 'comes. This Morning's Session The subject, which was to have been given by Dr. Coffin, was handled by -Mr. Loucks of the Calgary Normal school. In his opening re- marks the speaker asserted that he did not think all the time of teachers' conventions should be taken up with the discussion of pedagogic subjects, but that some portion should he.de- voted to a wider range of subjects. Following this lead, Mr. Loucks took up the place of the novel in the liter- ary culture of 'the teacher. The teacher, he .stated, was doing two tilings: either going back- ward or'forward in cultural develop-1 ment. The proper teacher was the' me who continued to Improve through ,'the reading of good bcoks, a type of which Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cit- ies'' was one of the best. An inter- esting novel was the popular dcfini- tion of a good novel, he stated. But that was only a one-sided definition. A good novel must" not only be Inter- eating, but true to '..ife, and withal It must be moral. Connor's Man From this definition of being not only interesting but true to life, Foreigner" did not Mr. Loucks depreciated the present- day problem novel as being superfic- ial" in theme and passive in. time. The real problem novel was not of an age, but for all time. Mrs. Robinson, president of the lo- cal Daughters of the Empire, was nest introduced, and -spoKe to the conven- tion along patriotic lines. She briefly outlined the history of the organiza- tion of which she was the honored president, stating that in Canada alone, there were 500 such bodies, and a membership. She appealed to the teachers to- have the National Anthem sung and the Union Jack sal- uted morning before the com- mencement of the-'.day's worh. Teach- ers should see to -it, she said, that a Union Jack should7 be in every school in Alberta. Patriotic work should he taken un, and.everything done to do_ "our-bit" to the success of the Bri- tish arms. Mr. Morgan, In answer to her ad- dress, suggested that teachers don- ate one month's salary to the Patriotic Fund. This suggestion -was enthus- iastically received.-" Mr. Hooper next gave a paper on Cardston, Alta.-, Oct. first load wheat was shipped from the Cardstou station on Monday last. Mr. Stewart of-Glenwood was the shipper." His wheat averaged ab- out 40 bushels to the acre. M..I. A. Opens On Tuesday associations school gardening. The paper was one of the best rendered, and should result in very tangible results along the lino of improving the school grounds by the planting of trees, shrubs and flow- held their opening the sea- son's work. The First Ward meeting toolt .place in the tabernacle, and con- sisted of an appropriate brief talk by J. W. Low, solo by Bert by. Mrs. A. L. Smith, vocal duet by 'Misses H. Anderson and R. a short talk by'Mrs. J. F. Parrish. Tliu remainder of the evening was spent vaii: ous everyone had an enjoy- able time. The Second Ward held forth in the Assembly hall. .The feature evening was a mock trial in a breach of promise case, in which Sarah Hop- kins {Winbna Brown) sued for damages from Bijah Finn (L'pfe Lawyer C. E. Cameron suc- ceeded in securing damages'for the-plaintiff. 'Lawyer H. D. acted for .'the defendant. A large crowd was.present at both socials. From now on through the winter each ward wlllhold its regular meetings on Tuesday evening of each and will' study their outlined lessons. -Threshing has not yet begun in earnest in this district. Unsuitable weather .has been the chief drawback. ,The Cardston school bonds were 'Don't Forget rhi BIG SISTERS' Tea and PantrySale CHURCH BASEMENT Oct. 26th. P.-M. All kinds of Home ,Cooking will' be" ,'sbld. Half of proceeds in Aid of.patrioUi.Fund. disposed of at 92.55 hy tho Cardston j_ Investment recently.' Chicago's real estate Cor taxation purposes is valued'this year at TJianksgivHig Turkeys We Carry the Largest and Most Select Stock In The City you buy .at-dependable markets that arc commended by. Government Inspectors as the and most up-to-date in the west, you arc assured of that'dean and efficient service that every customer likes to 'get. You will find our prices the nKtoC reasonable. We are still selling Cold-stream Creamery Butter at 2 Ibs. for 65c New Laid Eggs, per doz. Meat Oysters, per quart Burns Co., Limited MAIN Ayoiine Soutli. Phones 412 and 1388.'- 4tlr Avc. 6th St. S.. Plionc.1654 Palace MQrkel: 13th St. S. Phone 431 ;