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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; OCTOBER THE LETHBRrDGB HERALD PAGENINB Ready for S Fine Lot of Thanksgiving Day Bargains CPECIAL BARGAINS for Saturday only, giving you sale prices on the very articles you needing for Thanksgiving day. As the prices are so low and 'quantities in some cases limited, we cannot take phone orders for these "Spee'als." Oome with the crowds Wonderful Reductions on Coats and Suits Q I J Vffl fray a 'branl new Goat 1 8 J' or This offer good for Saturday only Your choice of a dozen Sample Coats, snnt us by an eastern manufacturer to select an- other big stock of coats. ..They served theft1 purpose as samples, out. they go' at a small advance on their cost. They arb coats we would sell as higU as ?22. The styles and cloths are necessarily the very latest; sizes up to 42 In the lot. 15 For any Suit in-the Store. The chance J' of the season. 40 Suits worth up to 6 Only Rain- Grey, Black and 34, 3G, 38 only, worth up to 00 On bale Saturday at SATIN PETTICOATS; your Choice of 12 shades, a serv- iceable. Roman Satin. One day only at'-this Shoe Sale CLOTH TOP Smart Set Shoes tor gunmetal -or patent On sale Rainy Day Specials LADIES' RUBBERS, best guaLty, Maltese Cfo B Ihrand, med or high beds, on sola MEN'S BOQT8, a lot of Bity- Ber Boots for man sizep CEO QC 7 to 10, reg J460 GIRLS' OVERSHOES, or boys, one buckle, fine cloth top Etfl Special price I LAD'IESI .RUBBERS, cloth, toj SnecUl Smturday Price 1 f MEN'S RUBBERS' sale at regular. BOYS' SWEATERS, OTej ant kinds-now-lll stock. at---- Sl25d St. 25 differ AA WU BIG BOYS' the. Mnd that are hard to get lat- 4 Crt eron and.... 9 I GIRLS' SWEATERS, tine quality all Injtidi, navy, CA white or gray, on Bale at 9 I CAPE GLOVES, unllned tor wo- men, tans, and browns, just the glove for this weather GIRLS' OR BOYS' SHOES, all solid leather Special Sat-ar- fin day For, The Boys Weather conditions compel us to make a speedy clearance .of all our Fall Suits for The auit season, as tar as selling Is concerned, -will soon foe there remains months to wear them. J.ust 40 SmarWailored Suits -worth up to nearly half price. Sizes and cloths well assorted. Jr Will Buy Your J (jirl a New Coat Tho largest-stock- of Girls Coats in the citv t We make a specialty of live Dollar Coats Hosiery Sale LI8UE1K68E in.tan sr.'black, also samples of fine black Maco Catton Hose, regiflar 15c to. 50c On sale __ fcWU CASHMfRE HOSE for wb- mep geamJegs feet, full fash- ioned legs regular 35c and 40o .Hues Underwear Sale heavy whtteji' cotton mixed Ve ts or drawers, flea- cy lined, ou saleT1 medium Underwear, ankle high neck, regular rahje 75 4 9C 9 Petticoat Sale OVERCOATS' for hoy 2to 7 years flaanel lined, red, gre> and fancy mutuies smart toat for bojs Eatur day Special ers of the Lodge paVirig all the IncI dental expenses in connection with the dtmce, with, the exception of th3 music, The floor was in excellent ?ondl attfl enjoyed to the utmos{ half time ,_a capital Inn cheon served, niters hich dancing was and continued to kn 'arly hnur, j would be impossible, In the space t fommund 'to gne cxren a paHla! lit of tboa? present at unction, Suffice U to that practi- cal lv who In Lethtbridge socletv vrns. among the1 lumber, nnd many Indeed tho ndsomfe feqwua on i mflslc, provided by ap orcnestrn untferlibe leadership ,olf'Mr nd cohslsting ot Messrs Needs, Smith Van Hecke "nd ChapPll, was simply delightful and made dancing a verlt ible tfleiBufe who loosed after the uBfcal itart of tlie nre n4eed to be congrRtuIatefl galaxy of talent that they supplied. Practically every artiste of note in the city appeared, and gave of their best In tbe good.causG of relief. 'Mrs. B. P. Lay ton in capital voice, and captivated her audience by 'her bril- liancy of rendition. Miss Hazel Die- sethj too, sang in splendid voice, and BO insistent were her admirers that this popular young lady had to re- spond to a generous encore. Mr. Sad- o-wski, our local violinist, recently re- turned from Winnipeg, favored tba company with a couple of selections on the violin, and demonstrated that he is fast taking a place as the fore- most-violinist in the west. Mr. L. A. Felger gave one of his o'wn inimitable recitations in splendid style, and the ever-popular J. T. Pctts received a great reception, at the conclusion of his number. Mrs. R. W. Long was an efficient and painstaking accompanist. The thanks of the committee are ex- tended to the members of the Eastern Star and other ladies who' BO -kindly, supplied the delicious and bountiful re- freshments. Quite a-neat sum will be furnished toward the general relief work in the effort of Lethbridge aid "the wish" was expressed on all sides last-night that this would not be. the last occasion on which the "Masons" would play host. The" regular meeting of the Junior of-St. Cyprian's church will: held tomorrow' afternoon at 2.30 iirthe parish' room'.. All :the young people arc invited. TheLethbridge Kentishmen will hold aa "Olde English smokiffig concert at St. Mary.'s Hall on Monday, October 26th, and the proceeds will .be devot- ed to the relief of distress and suf- fering iii "the city. Everyone is invit- ed'to-attend, and to.help out 'this good cause. Oct. at the home' of Mr. aiid Mrs. Wm. Wyclifie at Alta, Miss E Patterson united m the bonds of holy ma- trimony to Wm. Percy both of Pincher Greek. The ceremony was .the Rev. Hillis Wright o! Pincher. CALL FOR THE SECOND CANADIAN- CONTINGENT Ottawa, callifor recruits for-'thtf- second; Canadian, con- tingent will likely assued by the militia departniBnt at end oi this week Advices from the war office are still awaited as to t.he character of the expeditionary force which is desired It is understood that the of- fer to raise the contingent has been accepted, but as to the esart rampo- sition by units there is no news yet Saturday Specials at the Popular Store Not many Items but they're all worth while Ladles' Royal Worcester Cor-, sets, ono of the season's best values and latest ffj-fl ftK styles, reg. I Ladies' Satin and Silk Moir- ette Underskirts, 6, and 9 Inch pleated flounce, all 4 shades, reg. B Children's Gowns, whito only, fine quality, high, close-fitting necks, long sleeves. Regular Boys' High Leg Rubber Boots, BlzeS'l to 5, good 7S quality, reg. I Q Ladies' G u n m e t a I Button Boots, smart style heel, sizes 5 and only Regular Men's Black Button New Fall model, all sizes In this lot. Regular price JJB" for........... Men's Elk Boots, black and tan, strong work boots, water- proof, all sizes. Regular Window Shades, dark green; on good roller Size 37x72 Inches Hearth Rugs, rich pile Bter Rugs, fine pat- 0Sf terns, size 27x51 Tungsten Lamps 25 Watts 40 Watts GO Watts 30c 4Qc 50c Men's All-Wool Flannel turn down collar, Jight patterns. Sizes U% to 17. ntf Regular 51.75 .......3U.C3 Boys' Grey Winter Shirts, all sizes-lit this lot, turn flowa collar, reg. Men's Fawn and Brown CoroV' uroy Pants, smart style, Bide straps, eto. OO Regular Men's Check .Mackinaw Coate, smart Norfolk cut, M Regular p 20 Sugar for with every 1 pound purchase oLGOciHudsona Tea. SPECIAL PRICES ON LARD TOMORROW 3-pound pail For 5-pound pall For 10-lb. pall For BACK BACOrjl Per pound LEAN SHOUL- DER BACON. PLUMP AP-.. PLES6 Ibs. for 45c 75c CUC 30c CHOICE Per caae Just 3 LB8. CARDSTON Creamery Butter for.. LUtyP SUGAR Snouhtefor 'ICING SUGAR OCn 3 pounds for W v ROLLED OATS 20 fiaund Back Ask for Coupon for FREE Oil Fainting, and sec Mr. Bart at work in the window. 300 Linens, Irish hand 'embroidered and Cluny Lace JUST yz PRICE Irish Linen Table :Cloths, trav- ellers' samplee, to 16 4 long, no 'two alike, regular to 59.00 for 95o to CA fid Sample Hand kerchief a, from the cheapest .-colored1 cotton to the finest linen, fancy lines all on Bale at less than cost to man- ufacture. Children'! Fabric Gloves, worth from 25c to for Cc to..... Fancy Toilet Pina, on cards and drums, makers' sasiplc lines worth from 5 to 15c, on sale at 2c to ...........OU Boys' Ribbed belt' Sqptch worsted yarn, size 6H to 10 ........IOC Patent Leather ft Suede Belts, alt staple; lines, also Bo- lero ana Vest effects C 4 AA 50c I.UU Why not lunch doAvn town these sloppy dayst served In our Tea Rooms, 12 to 2 p.m. Try our Afternoon Teas. r Hudson's Bay Co. BRITISH SOLDIERS ON THE CONTINENT HijhUui MUtWl WItUNA at tile 01 MOM who tun toM it MM ;