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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 191fl THE LETHBRIDCh PAGF. SEVEN. CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453, Acadia Block BUY A GOSSARD CORSET Now uiado in Canada and no duty to irny. Cft 9.t.00. ami Correct models for slight, med- ium and stout figures. Fittings if desired. Saturday Is Ready-to- Wear Day A week end sale of particular importance to every .woman in ihis city who would supply her own personal needs in the matter of exclusive and most dependable clothing at tho leas1.; possible cost. Satin-day Sale of New Suits Worth up to Wonderfully Cheap. Made of nowqat brown anil navy mixtures, plain navy ami twiwl effects. black sorgcB In this lot as well. Close fitting, convertible collars, full cut skirts. Coats silk lined. Saturday Sale of Newest Coats Worth up to Unmatchable Values. Tliis Saturday collection of coats is really a wonderful lul for .such a very low price. Made of plain houclcs in black, navy, green and brown and heavy frcize and dark tweed mixtures, browns and Mreys. Sizes up to 'Hi. Worth up to SATURDAY SALE of fcC Aft NEWEST SERGES Serges in navy and black and new tweed mixtures. Light and dark colors. Waistband up to 30 inches...... Saturday Petticoat Bargain Worth Up to CREPE KIMONAS A new lot just to haud in plain crepe. Colors, sky, alice, pink, old rose, mauve ami cardinal. All very attractive styles. Lovely quality atlk maize petticoats in full sweep, liberal cut styles. Splendidly sewn and perfect I'itting. Colors, black, navy, green, brown, mauve, sky, pink, white, etc. SATURDAY SALE of SILK DRESSES Here are values worth to 320.00 in taffetas, poplins and aiessalines. Sixes up to 44, Col- ors, navy, brown, green, alice and black. SWEATED SPORTS SETS. Cap and Belt. Handsome new styles in beau- tiful qualities. Colors, tan, grey, white, yellow, blue, etc. Classy New and Many lines just to hand this week. Ali most attractive and unbeatable values at the various pricrs, Serge, Cheviot Suits ?27.50 and Broadcloth and Venetian Broad- cloth Suits. 532.nO, and... Newest Plnsli Coats. Black, brown and fur trim- med. tuip'xf Newest Tweed Coats. Lovely garments at and London. Onl., Oct. of tin; biggest tt.rot.KH that ever turned out at ;i political ineeliim in London, a I- tended the fourth annual li.iminnt of the LILmi-al Club Kcderation of On- tario hero tonight at the I Gariten. Tin; of honor were Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, X. W. Kowcll. K.C., M.P.P., and Hon. T. C. Xoi'i'ia, premier of Manitoba. "Canada aiid the proposed by Consult, of Oslmwa, was re- sponded lo by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who was prliiciim, speaker of the evening. rhicftnin of the Liberal party con- lined his talk almost entirely to the subject of tltt; HiinJiit'iui war. barely touching on mailers, domestic. In hie sizing up of the situation 1'rom the standpoint of the empire. Sir Wil- frid became particularly emphatic on the subject of economy, dot-hiring that It was 'the hounden duty of the Cana- dian government to do everything in its power to reduce the expenditures without impairing national integrity. He declined, he said, to Kay anything on the present occasion about the de- j partmenl of militia. In a general summing up tho Liberal [leader declared ft was not a question of how the war should must bo victory. After victory had been I obtained Great Britain must remain I true to herself and her glorious past. I Whether victory was great or small, lit was not revenge but Justice that must, govern Britain's dealings witli 1 her eiiuniiu.s. j N. Kowell, K.C.. M.P.P.. in his rfsponse to tho toast, went I into the subject of politics to n con- siderable extent. Especially enthusi- astir was his talk of the nickel indus- I try of Canada. j lion. T. C. Norris, premier of Mani- 1 toba, was the third principal speaker I on the program. His subject was "The i a toast proposed by John Bain j of Ottawa. I The English city of Sheffield has 400 steel manufacturing concerns. Tilt- first luncheon of the I Ion id of Tmde council, held, jnt C-ij'iKiok Club ton rooms yesierdaY was w'efl at'- and the Tlnirttdtiy lunclK-on pronmos to be held reKularly hi the lulure. Resolution of Condolence At today's luncheon a resolution of j coiidoUMic'i- mid sympathy for Mrs.' H. -I. tioode. wife of- ihc-Iaie Lieut. H. ,1. Croode. was moved by Mayor Hard it? and seconded by V. W. Downer and Hie secretary ordered to m-nd a I hitler to Mrs. convey in R the resolution and deep of the business men of the city as indicated by thi' Board's resolution: Iir moving ilui resolution Mayor Uardie spoke fi'olliisly loss the city had sul1- j J'c-reil in the ck-atli in action of Lieut, u.node, who liad always been one of tht' city's leading and most progressive jcitizens, and one who'hail always tak- j en an active pan in the work of the Huiird of Trade-. Social Service President Marnoch conveyed the information that tha cily won hi be visited soino Mini' in the near future Ijy lluv. .1. S. .of the Canadian Social Service Commission and the board has taken up the mat- ti.'i1 of luiviiig him give a public addres.s (here. The- work being done by the com i mission is of Importance to tlu- west and Ltithbrldgt.1 should -support. Hie movement. The president also broficlied an- J other important matter when he men- j tinned that in [laying a firs insurance j iiremium some lime ago he. found the jpremiiira to be "higher I than he paid a year ago. On enquiry I he hud found this to be true over imiicli of Lhii city and he thought it was a matter the Board might well deal with. During the 'discussion it was found that other cities had been treated similarly, and- "no apparent reason had been given for this in- j crease in rates. Mayor Hardie stated that I lie city had not notified that their fire protection was not up to previous standards, and could, not account for the increase. The matter was referred to the real estate and insurance committee, C. U. Bowman, i chairman. AM) (H1KST TKOVHLKS. Cured by Vcno's Lightning Cough Cure Tin; iiicmnpurabk' efficacy of VCJMU'S ing C.'tillgll Clll'i! iillH liifluw tt tllii supromo rnnittdy of moilorii Minus for liinc, cliftst. timl throat, iroublps in children or ailuItB It in as it Is (HiIcU, and Ksifc as it is You will nol. be diritijipointed il' you tniat to VIMIO'K tin a I'fMiu'tly lor Cmiglis and Cokls, Asthma, Uruiicliiti-s, hit NiiBiil Catarrh, Whooping Cougli, and Hroiiohial Troubles in old or Prices :iO cents and r.O cents, from druggists and BIOIVH throughunt Can- ada. "CANADIANS AT YPRES" Sioro Windows) Outer Covers from tlir tilt cent of Vcno's Lightnfug Cougli Cure, or 2-1 from tht SO cent size, mailed to Harold F. Ritchie Co., Ltd.. 10 Mc- Cuui tit reel. Toronto, untitlo you to a bountiful coloured reproduction of (his famous Koyal Acsulumy painting. Tim ivnroductton is on view in most drug- gists' Louis Keel's Men's Clothing Shop The Philippines assembly has put -1 up a substantial prlzo for a means for 11 destroying a tobacco insect pest with- 11 out injuring the tobacco. (CONTINUED FROM FIIOXT the runner reached Major Uoss he was on his way to where I was with the M.O. lie had been hit on the aide of tlie neck with a piece of shrapnel. Refused to Go Back ordinary circumstances lie would have been sent hack as. wound- ed, but he would not hear of it when Us heard we were going to attack. .Major HOSK' position was on tho ex- treme right. Promptly at 5 p.m. all the line moved over but our artillery had not knocked out the machine guns or garrison guiiK, and the company met such a wall of fire that before they had gone 7T> yards not one was left standing, and of your son's com- pany only four came back. Captain Kingston lost all his officers killed or wounded. "An effort was made lo ascertain whether the major was killed outright or taken prisoner, but this was unsuc- cessful anil there is still a ray of hope, but It is slight. "f cannot tell what your gallant son's death means to us all. His place can never be tilled. It has been a great privilege for us to know such a beautiful life. It is hard to see the hand of Providence in all this loss of the best blood oC our country. "On behalf of our officers, N.C.O.'s and men, I extend most, heartfelt sym- pathy. "Believe me. yours very sincerely. ".I. A. GUNN." Iver Held, Starts Here at ONLY This Selection is from the best Tailors in the Dominion, models, in all the newest shades and materials. The steady rise in prices should be a hint to you to BUY NOW. Sizes from 34 to 46. LOWS KEEL Men's Clothing Shop, 5th Street, S. L C. TEEPLE Go n r1 c D IA W V> i-i We Buy Nothing Highest Quality Snow Apples, per box Three pounds for 25c Mclntosh Apples, No. 1. Per Box Rice, package 15c Roman Meal, package 25c Grape Nuts, package 15c Krumbles, package 10c Post Toasties, package 10c Canned Four pounds for 25c Wealthy Apples, No. 1. Cooking Apples. Large Sand Pit Crates Five pounds for 25c Ontario Grapes, per basket 40c California Grapes, basket.. 90c Per pound 20c i Bananas, per dozen 30c Oranges, per doz. 40c and 50c Lemons, per dozen We Cranberries, per pound 15c Jelly Glasses, per dozen 60c Celery. Finest B. C., per Ib. 10c Green Tomatoes. In apple boxes Each two tins 25c Peas, Sweet Wrinkle, tin 15c Tomatoes, small tin, 2 for 25c Tomatoes, large tin, each 15c Pumpkin, two tins 25c French Peas, two tins 35c Mushrooms, per tin 30c Succotash, two tins 25c two tins 45c Strawberries, iwo tins 45c large tin 35c Pineapple, per tin 20c, 25c, 35c Heiiix Pickles Sweet Mixed.j per bottle 350 Sweet Gherkins, per bottle.. 35c Chow Chow, per bottje 30c Six pounds for 25c Green Pepper, per pound 20c Roast Ham ,with dressing, per pound Cooked, Ham, sHced, per Ib. 40c Back Bacon, sliced, per. lb..30'c. By the whole piece 28c Swift's Premium Bacon, 25c By the whole piece, Ib. 38c Jellied Beef Tongue, sliced.' per nniind Sauce 3ac Tomato Catsup 30c RED Brookfield Sausage, per box 25c Lunch Loaf, sliced, per Ib. Three 1 'ounce'. 70c i Six pounds, thrse'oz.' 1 ard 3's In quart jars 3oc CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S Mixed Onion 45c Walnuts 't5c Vinegar, English Malt 25c Vinegar, Brown 20c Vinegar, White Wine 20c Vinegar, per gallon 60c O'Cedar Mops, one in case 7Bc O'Cedar two in case O'Cedar Polish, 25c and SOc. O'Cedar Polish, quart tin-, O Cedar Polish, gal tin 00 Liquid Veneer, 25c, Me, 11.00 Sunlight Soap, 11 bars SOc Lifebuoy Soap, 11 bars 50c R C or 6 W. Soap, two pKgt. -for George Wathmgton Powder, two for t 48c i-Toilet Soap, t bunt ,25c 5.s Melrose Baking -Powder, 16 -oz. i! tin. Regular 25c tin.' on -sale at Eggo Baking Powder, "16 oz. tin for j Magic. Baking Powdor, 12 oz. I Dr.' Price's Baking Powder; -12 j oz tin for Breakfast Foods j Cream of Wheat 20c Rolled Oats, sack 40c-Quaker Oats, tubes 25o Robin Hood Oats, tubes 2.5c Corn Flakes. Three for' 25c Shredded WBeat, two for 25c Puffed Wheat, two for j Phone 515 ;