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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER U, 1914 BE PROMPT ON DEBENTURE DUES ADVICE BY TORONTO HOUSE RE CEIVED BY COMMISSIONERS BUSINESS 'An. outstanding feature of morning's meeting of the city counci a letter from the Wood, Gundy company of .Toronto, holders of ap- proximately three-quarters of a mil- lion in LfithbridEC municipal bonds, counselling all municipalities 'to mcel their debenture obligations on the date due. It says in part "Our country is now passing through a financial test more rigor- ous than we bavo ever beforo experi- enced, and the numerous lending coun- tries upon whom we must rely for our development are naturally watch- ing very closely the course of finan- cial affairs hen. "If'you learn el any municipality that is likely to have difficulty, we trust vou 'will do anything in your power "to giro them assistance, and you would care to, let know of h.hc circumstances, ure would be glad Ito do' what we can to the same end." Cansdia municipal debentures have always been recognized as among the choicest investments obtainable, and [this excellent credit is due to the lact that practically without excep- K-iou debentures have been paid promptly on the date Hue. Wood, (Jundy and Co. believe ihat by continuing this policy of meeting ail coupone and obligations depends tie future credit of Canada generally. qt-her matters iratt with-are in- ffluded in. the following resolutions That -the Contractors' Employment kiabilitv Policy No. L20631 with the Guardian Accident and Guarantee Co relented' to Mr. Ball and 'if O. K Deceived, filed and the premium paid .That the city's copy of the agree- under of August, be Hween. the oitf and .the Lethbridge Uqiiatic tiESOcifftfcm be properly filed s Tiat tie letter from ttie Alberta Loan and Investment company re 2 pew citjr map, be received and fltod, that they be informed tiat the of public works are now fcontemplatog the nraiing of a new (ftity roflp during the winter monks' That tfce letter Horn Wood, Gundy knd Co, be weired, filed and ac- Imowledged. That Mr.'BiH'i tetter under date jif Oct. 13, ItH, It Messrs Reilly and Kenny's objection to the secur- ing of excess ot over 3 per cent. be received, DM and Messrs Reillj and Kenny uJonned_tiiat the city council is adrisM ttiat'it w not et- Seeding its aBttflritf. That the bill from S. C. Collier for 'damages to his wagon on ac- count ot driving teto a sentr hole, be referred to the ftreet superintend- ent for report. That the ttelt be instructed to write Mr. Close to determine if .he intends to go abMd witfc his brick yard, and use the power material It hot, that Mr. Tracy's recommenda tion regarding this material be can- celled. 'That the cftf clerk be instructed to hand city solicitor copies o! all city bylaws. That the city solicitor be requested Ifco 31 over tte city bylaws and make regarding amend- ments to police commission be- fore any furtker. steps are talen with 'regard to toe same. The matter of new quarters for the city loll stall came up again for dis- cussion, but DO action was tajcen. City Solicitor Ball goes to Ednion- Hoa tomorrow" night to appear before (the municipal committee of the Leg- islature 'on.'behalf, of tie proposed Amendments to the Letbbndge char- rrer. The amendments were presented Ito Jbe Legislature by the sitting jnembet, S.1 Stewart, 31 P. iP, reail a first time. Thev jvere referred to the municipal committee and will come" up' for consideration on Tfiursday morning, after Khey will be referred hack the touse for a third reading. The bill does Snot 'include the much 'dismissed assessment amendment VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL; DEATH Vancouver, Oct. verdict ot ac- eidental death.was returned the death of W. B. Arnold, general manager of the Dominion Trust. Com- pany, who was shot on Monday. QUICKER WORK FOR SECOND CONTINGENT Ottawa.. Oct. Officials of5 the taiilitia department stated tonight .that the war office had not sent to Canada jaar advices as to the character ol'tlie troops which Canada tie asked to include in the "second overseas' expe- dltlrcary force for which recruiting Vlftr'eommenee as soon as the war ofllce is 'heard from. It IK being that the second con. tlogent of will consist largely of infantry and cavalry as arrange. Ments for the arming and equipping of such a force are proceeding as rapidly at possible. THE PEACEFUL INVASION Boulogne, where the British Invad- ers have been so entbumaBticallr wel- comed our brate Allivs, has been the base of almost every contemplat- ed invasion of England from the days of Caligula to the-time when Napoleon gathered 'men there rewly at any' {srorabta opportunity to swoop across the For aii from to Boulogne t was an English, ipossession, and the English" clement in the town was large and in- fluential long before the ciDss-Chan- steamers made it the fcesMcnown spot i in to the ma the, Erif llth trinpers. Two .and -Camp- hed, their lut'ln 'Boulogne.' tt tlo.OW, to -tie Patriotic ?W, Kri Bel- and. a gilt ot snrliKfc tor Britain, THE LADIES' STORE Phone453 AcadiaBlock A C8 4 I r1 OUR GREATEST SALE Begins Thursday Morning at Ten O'clock and Continues Every Business Day For the Next Ten Days IT'S A TREMENDOUS AND DECISIVE REDUCTION OF STOCKS v v Throughout every department of the Store in which original costs and actual values are not considered, most prices re- gulated by what the merchandise will readily bring, for quick sale no matter what the real value THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE THERE IS NO department in this will offer-its, entire stocks at big sav- ings, and every customer will bo absolutely buiclitled Iinancialhr. Our entire stock of yardage goods is deserving' of your particular attention, as are also every line of and Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear, Golfers and Knit Goods, AVhiteviear and Embroideries and Laces, Veil- ings. cltj Goods. ear. Hand Bags, etc.; but attractive as these offerings undoubtedly arc, by far the most startling' values of all are to be found in our Ready-to-AVear Section, here M e're clearing- out the entire stocks of newest wear things at phenomenal reductions. Caref ul planning and e preparations e been made to insure the instant success of this sale, and we can most confidently "assure you 'that scores of munatchable bargains Mill be demonstrated in a most emphatic manner. 'As fast as particular Items are exhausted, equally attractive values will be substituted, so that the sale Mill never lack for real bargains) but first choice is always best and you are advised to shop early. ,OUR GREATEST DRESS GOODS SALE G5c and 75c values in lovely: quality goods for or children's wear, M neat checks, stripes and mixtures in all colors. 42 inches wide. Sati OUR GREATEST PETTICOAT SALE mind splen- fjuality, also Sateens and Roman Satins, making .a wonderfully cheap lot at less than v I "VW cost ot material. Colors Paddy, navy, black, Nell Rose, tan; etc. GLOVE SALE Hegular, quality in Heavy Dogskin Gloves, better iii quality than those sold -before at the tans only; one domelat wrist, the correct mannish.; effect, sizes 6 to .3. OUR GREATEST HOSIERY SALE Plain and Ribbed Cashmere mods In ffOc QftA qualities, seamless feet, spliced toe, wvw -very clastic leg, fuU fashioned, mode of fine soit jarn splendid to wear and remarkably good value v Remnant Sale-Unusal Bargains Scores of useful ends of; Dress from the Season's .selling and all collected into one big-lot for the "Great- est Bargain Sale." for children's wear, waists, skirts or dresses, in some of-the best selling weaves and .colors bt the'season, displayed on a.special-bargain table and marked at HALF VALUE. Underwear Sale Coating Sale VESTS DRAWERS Regular 50c values White or natural vests with long sleeves, buttoned fronts; drawers ankle length; open and closed. All Other Underwear Waist Sale WAISTS Worth up to Pure 'Unennes 'm plain tailored styles that are al- ways in popular favor, sizes 34 to 44 ZEBEL1NE CHIN CHILLI COATINGS Regular value BeautiM qualities iii a com- plete range of all colors, rerj warm, and durable, and remark- ably cheap. and Waists Reduced Lines Sale LARGE TABLE