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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE'LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD riJESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1015. A SWEEPING ALL LETHBRIDGE IS SHOUTING THE PRAISES OF THE ROYAL'S BIG SALE TUP V Every Dollar's worth of Furs and all our Men's Women's Ready-to-Wear 1 rTHi I -Ifll -I.U w Prices Honest Facts-That's What Brought the Crowds Seems if all Lethbridsjc were here Saturday, judging from the crowds that packed and jammed the store. Hundreds of advantase of this golden opportunity to save up to one-half .on the very Best and lamest lurs and -aid Women's Beady-to-Avear. Watch our windows daily. There are many Ing surprises in store for you. Ihis is ouiiitv merchandise, the finest of the line, and remember, too., it's Mie largest, most complete and most up-to-date stock of its Vinci in Southern Vlberta. Just think what if means to you, right at the beginning of the season., to have this 000.00 stock in its entirety thrown to your mercy at the most sensationally .low prices this province has even known. Sale Wednesday, Sale Wednesday, Sale Wednesday, Sale Wednesday, 9 a.m. These lien's Suits will simp- ly go galloping at Uiese prices. I A S20 00 Suit for ?12.45 13 good bra-ins. We offer all our Suits in the finest Tweeds and Worsteds, all this season's mod- els, at this remarkable price quoted. All sizes in stout and medium models. Hundreds of men will come, so wait no longer. 9 a.m. One lot of Men's fine Suits, values up to 515.00. While they last Here's Another 75 Men's high grade Suits, regular All the men are clamoring for them. Come to- morrow and get the first pick at Ladies' House Dresses, Values up to Tomorrow, Wednesday morning, at 9 a.m. sharp, Your choice 95c 9 a.m. Men's .Mocha wool lined Gloves and Mitts, Reg. values for Regular 51.50 values for Regular val- ues for 9 a.m. Accept this sale, The, Royal or uay twice as much elsewhere. One lot 500 pairs solid leather, Gooclyear Regular 14.50 9K values for......... "WALKOVER" Regular 56.00 and f LADIES, LOOK! Ladies' Wool Sergo Suits in 'blues, Wacks, etc., of latest strle's new flare skirts. Coats are satin lined, all hand- "omelv tailored, guaranteed fast dyes. These Suits are sold by other stores for 522.00 and We strongly advise vou to this line before too late as, owing to the great "advance in wool serges owing to the present war, it is impossible to duplicate them. Our price while BJ 1 C .piw.ww NO LET-UP TO THE BARGAINS they last Ladies' Fine Suits Serges Gaberdines. Cheviots, all this season's styles. Flare sMrts, Military effects. Coats all silk lined and strictly hand tailored. Sold regularly for 52o.OO and S32.oO. Miss It If You Dare! Get in line people, get in line for tomorrow, Wed- nesday, morning at 9 o'clock. This is the fnost Gigantic Sale of wearing apparel ever recorded in the history of sartorialism, and you can't afford to mils It by a minute. The whole store IE a holocaust of bargains; values that beggar description; prices that are dumbfounding. Don't fall to be on hand when the doors open tomorrow, Wednesday at 9 a.m. 75c 95c LADIES, READ! Ladies' Coats In Buckley Cloth, Fancy Tweeds, Velvet, Corduroy and Plush, iu 'all the latest shades and colors. Handsomely tailored and are extra good values at ?2u.OO and During this Gigantic Sale, take your pick at S15.85 S18.75 Ladies' regular and Coats in all fancy weaves going for Regular grades r.95 510.75 One lot regular and values in finest C1.4 AK Plush, richly lined in and hand tailored if I y.Pf We-Stand and Defy. With These Prices Men's Overcoats, all tliis' season's shades and models. Lack of space prevents us giving a detailed description. They are corking good values at regular prices. Our prices for Thirteen Days, only one lot, values to ?la.OO, CO.CC all sizes. First come first ft 7E ..OVERCOATS C 1 E 7K Reg. 518; sale 51 U. 13 Reo. 522.50 for 9 i V. I V OVERCOATS eiQCtn OVERCOATS, SI8 75 Reg. sale Reg. sale I Or! V THE ROYAL STORE Alberta THE STORE WITH A REPUTATION Regular 50c; Goods Almost Given MEN'S fine, regular price S3c JjJama'Hose. Per pair SUSPENDERS 25ft NECKWEAR Regular Gac NECK WE AT Regular 75c PC H NECKWEAR LORD NORTHCLIFFE Proprietor of scores of English pub- lications, keeps in the public eye, but not through photoa for recent pic- tures of "Wm are rare. His campaign the British cabinets, Liberal Bad Coalition, and their conduct of the war, ha-ve been disquieting fea- tures the :war situation. Mormons to Build Temnle in Hawaii] i Ravmbnd, Ont. is jxpiessed by leaders of the Mormon church in tie south over the an- nouncement iust made by President: Joseph F. Smith, at the general con-; ierence held in Salt Lake City, that 1 the church would immediately com-; nwnce the erection of a temple in the i Hawaiian Islands. The edifice will be erected at Laic, of the mission, on the island oi Data, on the side oi the island from j the'citv o'fHonolulu. President Smith said the church was never 'in better financial condi- tion to undertake such an enterprise as at the present time, and when he placed the resdution before the vast concourse of people in the tabernacle, j it passed unanimously. The aged pre- sident -stated that already a spot ot eround had been dedicated, and that steps would be talien to commence .work at oiice. An interesting feature of this re- cent announcement is the iact that j the first mission oi President Joseph Smith at the age of 15 years was made to these very people, and after receiving the highest dignity that could be bestowed upon him by his church, he is remembering them in this very remarkaUe way. GENERAL D'AMADE Who heads a special military, mis- ____ France wh._ at the headquarters Nicholas. Frank Cline Reaps Neat Sum from His Forgotten Shares Alta., Oct. most interesting situation here is the crop. 'It is an auspicious augury for a new [town. Mr. Robinson's wheat is yield- ing 53 bushels and though this is. a I trifle higher than most will give, yet 1 it is a fair criterion. It is doubtful If there is s. Held in the community that- will go-less than thirty-live bush- i els. There is an enormous territory 1 tributary to us and all is quite equal to the immediate neighborhood. There !is one real danger. -There are not nearly enough threshing machines. If some do not come soon it is probable that a considerable amount oi the crop will be lost. The situation is mperor trjbutary to U3 Two million bushels might'be a trifle high. But when we remember that territory so far away as Comcie-r-fifty must come here, perhaps it is no so far THIS CHILD (BADLY BURNto- WAS SAVED her Httledaughter, while playing at a bpn.fire, was set ablaze. She was burned so seriously that her life was despaired of. Zam-Buk was applied to the burns, and not only did it give relief, but it healed the burns and saved the child's life. You may rest writes the jrrateful "that our home will never be without Zara-Bnk j" You need no harrowing details, no high-flown language to gather this while ironing, opening Ihe striking a match, handling a store soon as any burn is sustained put on fclm-Bulc. In from ten to thirty minutes, according to Ihe severity of the bun, you wiU-tavt 1 last H food for catt, i oosltlre aoaciflc for rtln And tor pilea. 80 cents, >ll (IniRBlsls and or post Why not try It? FROM FAQE) field yielded well orer the forty bushel mark. rig of Higgins it Long- acre threshed, on Mr. Beaudoin's field at the rate of 1300 bushels of wheat in four hours. On "the farm of L. W. Kuehnle, which is being farmed by the Rein- thon Bros., the wheat is going to turn out over 50 bushels per acre. Quite a rise took place in the wheat prices on Tuesday and Wednesday, in both the load and track rices. A good many of the farmers sold car lots on the bulge, and thus realized a hand- some gain over what had been offer- them previously. MACLEOD Alta., Oct. and scarcity of threshing rigs is respon- sible for delays here. The farmers were able'to thresh only three days last week. Operations twill be re- sumed tomorrow. PINCHER Pincher Creek, Alta., Oct. disappointment has been escerienced by every one concerned In grain threshing proceedinggs in this district this fall. In the ast two weeks and a half, there has only -been about 70 hours that the machines could be op- erated. Light rainfalls in most cases being the cause of delay. Those who closed the past week with expectations of making a grand start1, on Monday morning? were again doomed to- disap- pointment, for Sunday morning was ushered in clad in a deep mantle of snow, about three inches having calm- ly fallen during the night. The storm cleared off toward noon, and consid- erable snow-melted, leaving a remark- able amount of moisture in its train. The yield report of what has been threshed is very gopd. YUAN LIKELY TO BE CROWNED SOON London, Oct. great military review planned in Peking in celebra- tion of the anniversary of the forma- tion of the republic is said by the Pe- king correspondent -of the Evening Standard to have been abandoned in consequence of the discovery that mil- itary leaders intended forcibly to The fopular Scotch line Montreal to Glalgow T.S.S. Athenia........Nov. 6 T.S.S. "Caisandra Nov. 13 Cabin Passengers only 3rd Clau PREPAID TICKETS from Scotland, issued at lowest, rates. Full Information from any Railway or Steamship Agent, or rL.E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Main Street Phone M 6312 Winnipeg. crown President Yuan Shi Kai as em- peror. The correspondent adds that the monarchlal movement is developing and'that the belief is grow- ing that the president ,will he pro- claimed emperor on' New Year's Day. lar atfctdj- All other crops are on a par with wheat, if we except only flax, which is perhaps only an average yield. A reference to crops, without speaking of potatoes, would be as "The. Mer- chant of Venice" without i Shylock. Charlie Wflsonls, though not all dug yield three hundred and fifty yeas ago j, the Black Eagle hand of this city, b mnon at S37 share. A short time after the'company was reorganized under thJ laws of Massachusetts, anil Mr. Cline received his original 20 shares of old Dominion copper and 20 sham; o! Old Dominion Trust company, Boston, a subsidiary corporation, in ihe exchange. A. short time later, (he sold the 20 shares of Old Dominion copper at S5C a "share, netting a pio- fit. The 20 shares of trust stock he filed away and-they were forgotten. They Cost him nothing and promised nothing. This morning Mr. Cline opened a letter from Boston and found within a green check for to his favor CELEBRATED SINGER COMING TO MAJESTIC un Tuesday evening next, Oct'ober 19, the stage of the Majestic Theatre will be graced by the presence of Am- erica's greatest operatic soprano, Madame Generva Johnstone Bishop, .who will be heard in one of her fa- mous recitals. Madame Johnstone Bishop, one of (he greatest singers and most accomplished, and versatile entertainers on the AmericarKContin- ent, has just returned from a'tour through England, Scotland and Ire- land, -with a dees-rooted sentiment in of sedenta take a land, n-th a dees-rooted senumeni in as. dividend upon his 20 shares of Old f B ,uin d ghe rinmininn Trllei nnd n more aSLOnr Dominion Trust, and a more ished man was not to tie found in the city oi Falls. he is try- ing to figure out just how much his forgotten 20 shares should he worth, out is'unable to do so because of not knowing whether to' figure the. a share a yearly dividend, or an 18- year dividend. At any rate he has the money, ami has dug up the for- gotten-shares from the bottom of bii safety deposit lavor 01 lintain anu its is donating every cent realized from tho concerts ihe is giving on her pre- sent tour of Canada.to the wounded soldiers' fund. t The furi programme of tho various numbers which she will be heard In here will be published In a few days. Seats for her engagement are now selling at a moat reasonable at the Hedley stay aow be CAUSES OF CONSTIPATION of eierclM, Irregular, houri and diet, nervoui ill tend to produce constipation with train of nerv- ousness, sleeplessness, and many ilk even more Mf ioue. The gentle but sure laxative TO REIIEVB cruthed In the mouth (they are pleuant to the twtt) j .lEuUTon usudlly lUffldent. fr, ..._x._ h.b. nlahf. ML At _ (HK-B y m----- For sale by J, D. Ct, ;