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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday; October 10, 1013 THE LETIIB1UDGE DAILY. HERALD 11 And Now for the Biggest CoatjBargains This City Has Ever Known-It's Your Turn I" T'S YCUii 'TURN TGMOImGW for- Cuii Our turn came abiwl a numlh ago, when we visiled the big .factories in the east. Ever on the alert for "good things" we came across a particularly smart lot of coats that were beiny used as models or samples. These cua's served their maker selecting the conts best suited to his trade. They were "ours" at a price that will create a great stir in Hie Beady-to-Wear Business in this city. have them all ready for you tomorrow promise you coats thut. will be the talk of the town for mii'ny u'diiy to come. Some of them will be on display in our window tonight. ?v You Will Never Regret Buying One of These Sale Coats--Every One Is a Masterpiece Investigate A Splendid Coat is Yours For Little Money Tomorrow Do You Like Something Out of the Ordinary Coats (or women who wear 36, 3S a variety of cloths, and a color range that la almost confusing. Every coat well mode, well llmd and above all. priced for these" hard limes. See the coats at J5.QO, aiid Select Set of Sample Coats No Two the Same For those who have about lo put into a coit here is your elidnce. Ulantet Coats, Tweed and llouclc .effects, Diagonal clotha, Curl Soiu-j coats worth up to Will be tomorrbv.- hR low To te "cliff ereut" to hax'e soras- thing extreme Is the aim of wany women- We can satisfr your iu this range of hlgli pratte sanple Coats HatidEonifj vjour Velvets, Rich SHk Corda, Near Persian Lamb, cd with Skinner's Salln. Great values these at Over 100 Coats for the Girls in this Sale Now if ever a Btore spent more lime ticking up styles ibat Fere out of (he ordinary for girls, we would like (o hear of them. Coata for tliu growing miss, exact copies of the ladies' coals.. Coals for girls In new cloths. styles entirely different; great values from J15 down lo Just Imagine a Satin Lin- ed Suit at Half Price Your choice only, high grade T-reed or Worsted Bulls In the new long cut-away coat, and slashed sbtrt styles. Every coat is satin lined. Nothing cheap but euita at half yrlce. Bring the Little Ones to us Tomorrow 1 or Coats We have beeri selling 4 or S ot these Kiddles' .coals a day. Still a lot, for your idee- lion. "Brown Curl Cloth, Hed Cliir.chlllas, Black Bearskin, Teddy Bear Clolus, 2 to 6 years. Special values from jS.OO.'down tc. Bargains For Saturday Only LINEN KERCHIEFS For 'women, fine quality; 1-1 Inch hem. White C .itheyy V OrllLDREN'B T08UES knit, 'plain navy, and fancy etch'....... BLACK TIGHTS For girls' up to 12 years. All'-wool duality, 4 Eft clearing at YARNS larte ball. All wool darning yarn tot wC TOILET PINS of black head- or .tollsI pins Cx far OC .'.TOWELLING IB In. wide; on 'saio at 1 _' "Oood; le'rigtli.- strong Mo: hair. FIvo pairs 4 fi- lar................ lUC School Hose On Sale Strong sturdy .'school lioao for hoys and_girl9, goft worsUd yarns, black only.' Sizes' to 10. Regular 35c and 40c. More Fine Cash- mere Hose25c, last lot of fine Cashmcre Hpsc for LadIes'. Seamless feet, the best wearing. Etoclilng -you ever "bought it any money. _ Combinations for Vhllo cou'on mliture ivoven luto'al fine..combltiation. Finished in Watsoji's be-l way. All sizes on the small price of SUO r Nightgowns About 3 dozen white, pink, and pale, blue flannelette Nighlgcfwns for Women, principally 36 38 sizes. Priced at 1-3 "off the regular prices. A A down to )'l iUU- A Glove Bargain Women's Street Olovea or tan pogskin, sizes G to also Kid Gloves In v-hlte, Ian or grey. Regular atid valued .Saturdsy. Children'sGloves .Children's Kino Knitted -Woollen plorca, colors cftrd- navy; white; a BpccM lot cleartoe, IVORINE WOOL "For fine- crochet" work, In shades, per 4 sVeln IOC .HAIR PINS. One half down medium ,or 15c Children'sWaists Children's. Fleece Undercuts, 'with buttons. Fine- n-hlte Jersey Cloth. Sizes up to 12 years. Oft_ On sale OUC The that were adyeriis" ed in Thursday's Paper are going out like hot cakeV if'you heed anything in thii line, now it your chance Big Day fa Boys'Cltiimg Hoys' Clothing Stock MUST GO: Thai IB our ''decision. We' need [be room for 'other departments; For the neTl.few days :we will sell ont Ihe entire stock at FAC- TORY PRICES. Absblulely.no re- serve. All'new gopdt. .e BOYS' BUSTER SUITS' pi fine serges, worsted! and tweeqa, lo nt boys 2 to 6 years. All to go al FACTORY COST BOYS' to fit boys S to 1C years, double breaaled coat, bloomer pants. Every- suit lo clear at FACTORY COiJ BOYS' new this month; must go. A final clearance, sizes up lo 10 years, al FATCORY" COST BOYS' ULSTERS of heavy tweed material. Sizes up years. Every coat full lined. Clearing at FACTORY COST A COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOES, SKIRTS, HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. Specialists in Corsets, Gloves, Underwear and Hosiery MILADI EDITED BY "INO- rHONEI 1111 and the world smllts with you and y'ou go alone. For the. cheerful Will let you In Mere.thc "knocker" is never known. tf 3_ If the day looks kinder gloomy and your chances kinder slim If the. situation's paizlin' aad the prospects ajvlyl grim And perplexities keep prcssin' until hope is nearly gone, Just bristle up and grit your teeth aad keen on kcepin' on. -Sekctcd. lompfrort Mrs. T." F. 'Klrkha'm a'nd Kl.inley KJt.iihaiii. Mrs. Miss Canning leaves on Moaday for her home in-Cleveland. Dr. 'Fuller is now In the cast hav- ing been called away by a telegram statlne that his ir.ntrW was serious- ly (11 at her home In Ma'doc, Ont. Mr. Lynn Moretl, of Spokane, who spent a short time this the guest of Mr. L. .A. Kelge: at'lhe Ohio-Altetta Farm; has; rc- Inrr.ed. Mrs. Angus Hoy pleasantly enter- tainer! the First Haplist Air! After t thf routine an hour 'MS sorat In sewing, after' which le.i hour dain- ties were served hy the Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Reive, Mark-' ham, announce the engagement ol their elder daughter, Annie Laurel, to Mr. Gordon L. Frascr, barrister, ilcdicine Hat, Alia. .Mrs. T. K. Yujll entertained yes- terday In honor o! her daughter Jean's fillli birtMay. Ther'chilrlren spent a happy time in gim.es, -'after which dainty letreshnlenfs were serv- ed. Thos inritcrl nerc Jean Oliver, Gladys Killir.s, Kathleen Gordon, Vi- va Kiton, Ursula TvKon, Kathleen j Pickle, Margaret Juiniaun, ujatirter, flrcta Olamler, Toot'c Dodmari, HHa Alrd, Anna Oxlanil, Theodora Dor- olhy RUnnrr Hossftl, Omhra H'cVs, Klhcl Partridge and' Helen McKillop. Mrs. W. H. "Morris aiid soiii. Clar. and Alfred, lofi pn Wednesday afternoon lo spend a couple of weeks with Medicine Hat friends, j 1 Miss Kfflc of Dunfermilne', Scolland, arlfod In the city on Wed- .ncsday, and ,will reside in fuliirc) wllb her. sister, Mrs. C. S. Donaldson, ot t TtlTteEnlh.slreeL. t Mrs. Gray and Ihe Misses Pearl and Marjorle Gray, of Claresholm, who wero Ihe guests of Sirs. Frank Delbrldjc, Third svenue A, returnee home this ftfternooa.. Mrs. Horspool's pupils will givs piano recital on October 22, Invlla Uoris tor which will shortly be Issued i Sir. Franklin, manager of the Pinch er City branch of the Merchants Is a visitor In the city. The horse ot Mrs. BaltoUr, Duk street, was the scene ol an exception- ally pretty wedding on Saturday evening, when the marriage was sol- lemnlzfd of Miss Klirateth Janet Halfour to Mr. James Mc- llntosh Clanecy, manager of the Bank 'of Slontreal, 1'rince Hufert..! The :cercm'nny was hy the-Very j an Abbott. ..'Tne house was with sumach !touches, the leavti.ntk- A Wore! about Our NEW FALL OVERCOATS HAVE YOU BOUGHT your 1'all Overcoat yet? These cold Kill! nights remind us of the cold in store for us. Protect your- self iiLjuiiist Jack Frost by purcliiisiiig one of our new Overcoats. These are now on display in gent's furnishings de- partment mid are by far the host line we have ever yet shown. The inali.-! hi Is used in Iliese garments arc English Chinchillas, Beaver Cloths, and Heavy Tweeds. Shown in green, brown, navy and mixed effects. Cut in single and double breasM style. Some with shawl collar, others with notch col- lar, Raglan or plain sleeves. Each gar- ment is perfectly tailored and ensures perfect ill. PRICES T0 'New Arrivals In Neckwear Smart neckwear in Knglish Silks, in nil the latest designs. Also plain Uengn- linc and plain knitted Silk Ties, in all the newest shades. 50cAND75c Saturday Specials On sale till 10 o'clock Saturday night 24c Ladies' Fall Coais; worth Ladies' Astrachan Coats, '-worth Ladies' and Children's Black Hosiery, per pair......... Ladies' and Children's Wool and Fleece lined Vests............ Ladies' Jabots and Collars "for'....................'... Ladies' and Girl's Comfy Slippers, all sizes, per' pair..... ''Men's Fill Suits, Special." eg 50c Men's Wool Shirts, dark red, CI-AC v blue Men's Natural Wboi CO per suit Men's. Heavy Wool Socks, reg. fifi .6. pairs'for....'..'.'... -YU HoUse Slippers; worth ji.TOJ perpair pUp Children's Oxfords, regular TRW per pair V.r S1.50 Caps and Saucers Per dozen Hand Painted Tea Dainty Curtain Scrims per yard ......'....'.'___ 981bs Hudson's Hay Flour Per sack Hudson's Bay Flour Per sack.................. 2114 Hudson's'Bay Flour Per sack................. 31ft "tin Swift's Lard per liri'.i-. '5ib. fin Swifty Lard "per tin lOlb tin Swift> Lard per Swift's Premium Bacon Per. pound B. C.'Wealthy Apples, per bok-'iv............... Four Pounds for....................... Creamery Butter Jwo pounds for........... 98c 54.25 15c 80c 85c 30c 25c .65c THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES ig a background for the incnt of'50 is aimed'-at for'the cildiiig party the mantel pieces months. '-You. sing most effectively banted up with led." hrysanthemums and white and erns. The brirlc was-given away by er brother, St. Clair Balfour, md very lovely she.loosed in'her wedding gown of white charmeiise sa- in, draped with antique- lace, her eil arranged a la Juliette with ,-reath of orange blossoms. Her hou- ue-t was a shower of lily of the val- cy and roses, and she wore tho ;room's gift, diamond: pendant. Elsie fioolittle and Jean The. A. of St. CyprianX Church will hold.Its meeting at 2.39 tommrow afterndon n the Parish room. The work will >e divided Inlo laslett the bridesmaids, wore sunset sharlcs of yellow charmcusB patin, elirctively drap- with shadow lace with touches of jlack, and carried bouquets oi The groom was supported by- Mi. Christit, of I'rincc Hupcrt. Alter the usual toasts and speeches the hrldo donned her trcvclling gown, a tailor narte- suit.of wine color, with black lat brocaded crown' ar.d handsome black Herald. The groom is well known here, hav- ng at one Urne been conneclcrt with (he local stall of the Bank ol Mont- real. He was. also manager of tho Branch at Marmond, McGUC'KES-Kr.UOTT A pretty took place this week in llroadway Methodist church, one hour of sewing and one hour of missionary study. All irfc 'under sixteen are urgently in- Yrted to attend. 'C 4 On Sunday next, Jlrs. Grant N'c'eJ- ham, or'ganb.iup, secretary "of the Wo-. mrn's IfotriC Missionary society will address a meeting for' Wmen, only in the auditorium of Knpx churcTi.'.at four-thirty, when a large attend-. anec Is desired. V t-.. :-_ Confirmntion. will- itak'tf-.' place in St. Paul's First Lutheran church on Sunday morning by Holy Communion the .whole con- who. intciid coni- to hanj in j Tlie .Central C. ,T. U. held Us regular monthly'meeting in' Wesley church y-jsterday affcrnbdn, when an i-ntcfesfing arid capable report af llic recent convention 'at Olds was read by-.ilrs: A pleasing feature was the tation of a life membership pin ty Mrs. C. McClcnagtan. The Ladies' Cotla society of St. 1'aul's First Lutheran church raci with .Mrs. Manwaring yesterday. (crnoon.. Some, lime was 'in sewing, ar.d.a.reading ly Mrs. Ahrfni hy Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Grant were rauch enjoyed. The ladies- decided lo lio.lrl a special sewing meeting on ThurEilay, Ocloter in Ihe basement of the- church, prepare for tl.e sale, which will bo held on N'ovcmter 2Elh. At the conclusion ot the business part-rjlDie meeting Mrs. gregation. Those, munlcatiiig, are their names to the Kev. A. C. Grant not later llian Saturday nigM. t t A Jhimble tea was held at Mrs. Patching's, Fourth Ave., ycsisrday afternoon in connection with St. An- drew's. Ladies' Aid, a do7.cn members being present, 'flic profit- Mrs, lloslying and Mrs. Hanson serv-'- eil viands. s a .j-; The St. Cyprian's Junior Bible clWs of boys hclrl a meeting In the'-.Fartsii room on ,lo-prV pare for their winter wori. There were a large number of the present, and a successful meeting wns m niu3unAy .ucinoaisi cnurcn, r------- cnnip TCI cerne when Mary (Icrtturle, fourth ahly spent in quilt worKlng. lor the .EDDIE TELFER'S AUTO DID -IT, of Mr. and Mrs. D." K. mission-box to he to the home Cnljary Ocl. death occurrid married to Mr. Halph .lames Mc- in, of SasVatoon, son of Mr. E. J. McducUn, of Louisville, Ky. Uev. n. Casuell was the officiating Exchange. at Vegreville, grcvillc, Dainty refreshments .this morning of J.-Kooyahce a japon- Bcticil at the (eo Jour.- ;ese, who. was knocSSl over at the j corner of. Seventh avenue and Centre n V'a5: about 7 o'clock last night by lrl al Ihc Christian cnuich.lasl car, driven by R- H. Teller of .evening, when the Rev. A.'O. Catn- Knox church, 'will preach. All the members should make an ef- fort to be The young ladies ol Wesley church wish to nil young ladies to their class on Sunday afternoons at three o'Hr.ek, This is a real ol ovei 30 members, and., ao enroll- .The Woman's Auniliary of St. Cy- prianVchurch: met V.yesterday after- noon with a good attendance. Plans were discussed for the annual sale, which-will, be held at Ihr. Standard Furniture sforf, throiigh' the 'cour- tesy ol Mr. Kord, on Friday, N'pvem- trr llth. Home mato aprons and fancy arfidss will ti on nlzances which were- P'.it up by R. A. aad R. T. D, Altked.. TWO YEARS FOR Medicine Hat, Alta., CWt. tiApouj-. I las Drown, n wjta ien-- tcnced to two years .for.houso.bVeak- ing, .Magistrate KealVl'coriXdtrfng .Ui3 '.n dellberMf. ;