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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBEK 16, 1914 4-alB LETHIUUDGE1 DAILY HERALD PAGE NINES SATURDA A Special Sale Of Suits, Coats, Waists, and Serge and Silk Dresses We but the prices away below cost of production for a real smart clearing of the above Keady-to-AYear Garments on Saturday. Without a question the savings are the greatest "we've ever offered on Women's Seasonable lleady-'Made Garments. Women's Tailored Suits AT HALF REGULAR VALUES IB only-Tweed and Worsted Suits that sold at and To bo sold Sat- urday at 10 only Women's Suits Values trom to 528.00; to Qfl bo sold Saturday at I M.W.W Children's Bear Cloth Coats White, Wine, Brown and Tan colors for ages 1 to n years; nicely made, lined and trimmed. Sale Prices run from up to A SMART LINE OF MISSES' COATS AT LITTLE PRICES Sizes run from 8 years up to 14 all priced for quick turn over, and every one 'a genuine bar- gain. Sale Prices Women's Coats AT LESS THAN COST OF MATERIALS 8 only .Women's Three-quarter Coats iu splen- did ijuality of heavy materials. Values up to 515.00. Saturday Sale Price.. Women's Handsome Coats With all the latest touches, reg. 4 4 ffijffc values ?16. Saturday Sale Price.. I Women's Serge Dresses AT ACTUAL COST OF MATERIALS -14 only Pure Wool Serge Dresses, neatly and carefully made In shades Brown, Navy, Wine and Groea. 'Sizes 1C to 38. Sale Price Ojfl Saturday FANCY SERGE AND OTHER DRESSES AT AL- MOST HALF THEIR REGULAR VALUE Values to reduced'to Values to reduced to VELVET AND CORDUROY DRESSES Values up to for' Values up to for Another Table of Muslin and Vesting Waists, clearing up the whole stock of White; Muslin, Voile and Vesting Waists regardless of the cost. Your choice of any Waist on -50C CORSETS -GLOVES HOSIERY THEi SIMPSON CO., LTD. ed the secret? of saving money on meats. Watch for Delariys Satur- day night's spec- ials in Saturday's Herald. REAL UflLUE (N CHOCOLATES. You can buy a full one pound box of Neilspn's Oecchtes for ccau. They are remark- ably Has confections excellent value for the money. You can also buy Neilson's Chocolates Supreme "The Masterpiece" for three dollars, which represents equally good value. You can get other boxes of Neilson's Chocolates at 75c. 1 .00, 1 25, 1 .50, 00, the one pound box-full weight. But no fliattrr which pnw ynn pay, "NeilsonV is the best value obtainable i Tcrnie, Ooi, -largi-ly.attend- ed meeting :pf the the. Termq brandh of the Canadiaii Pa- trio.ic Society was held' in the city hall .last night, Mayor Gates, tlie chair. "THE CHOCOLATES THAT ARE DIFFERENT" MADE IN CANADA J. Bennett Hackey hag been placed field as the Conservative'can- didate for L Gloucester. N. B., in the Federal House. A ratepayers: association has been formed in Medicine Hat. It'is opposed to the present civic administration in tiat city. ______________ Thanksgiving Sate Special Jusl one of the immense oolites we are offering during this sale P i-r- n O en 8' Reg. price 15, during sale 11 Everything reduced Come and see Standard Furniture Co. HOME Of QUALITY FURNITURE off. count HOUSI 4th AVENUE SOUl H of the occupying O'Brien of tlio ball commit- tee reported Uiat the receipts from that entertainment would total about 5000 j Uter some discussion the meeting t elected an executive of eight mem bers to co-operate with the, officers jf the association in the raising o' urther funds and the superintending oi the disbursements. The executive, ccomiittee. how- con- sists of president Vavor J L Gates secret tr; A il treaourer A "VI Owen ind Messrs A B Trites R Redding F C I awe S Herchmer J P all John Hodgers Mr Durbar and J. F.-Rudlnoki llw peop'e of Fernie raise-l and paid for the Canadian HosoHal ship, and a smoker given lor emergency, purposes, a's'uri: of which nas bs vote of the meeting last night turned over to the Fernie Beieiolent Soci ety'.'to be used for the alleviation of local distress which may he .reported to that body All in all, Fernie has donated the handsome fund -of towards tL_ needs of those who have gone to the front or 'may do so later on as the needs of the Empire may; demand, Miss Mildred- Harvey, of Raymond, is taking a- nursing, course at the Gait Hospital. The Misses Hillis and Leslie of Milk River, ;are visiting with Mrs. George Sanderson of (ilh avenue. Miss Leslie .has just- completed a teaching term at Milk River and is on her way to her home in Manitoba. One of the most-" successful dances of the arerent '.eas.on as held last night in the Knights oi P) thias Sail under the- auspices of the Knights of Khorassan There wen, 12s couple present, and the wish expressed tho close of the delightful aflair, that it might be made a monthly event. The hall beautifully decorated by the cpmrmttee and the music, supplied by the Imperial Or- chestra, was up to the usual high standard of this pc-pular company of talented musicians.. -.Tasty- refresh- ments were at 12, ami dancing continued, until The committee was Composed of the following Messrs. A. M. Ritchie, M. B. Steeb, W. S. Shover, F. C: Bent, W. I. Tajlor, (M Oorgc Mo- L Lund} Hotjt Barrownfin, and Rus Ntidig Sale of Fall Shoes Miners' Blucher Boots, splen- did heavy quality for al! out-of- iloor wci'kerH. All Hizcs in tlie lot. Kegular price 4 KitPy School Bdots for Boys, strong and sturdy, made from selected leather, ulj sizes, 1 -fl to 5, regular Si 25 pairs of Ladies' Tan But- ton Shoos In a filial clearance r.alo. All sizes. The worth The. spacious auditorium of the Y. the scene of a happj af Kiddies' Tan Button just 15 pairs lefL. to IS; worth in the regular way Boots Sizes 1 WE ARE PAP.TiCUJ LARLY PLEASED over this list of Sat- urday's economies for they mean greater values and smaller prices ever. You save yourself a lot of money by looking over and taking advantage of the following items. This is the store of low prices and high quality. Timely Needs For Men :en75C Exceltla Handkerchiefs for men, neat colored border. 75 dozen to go on sale, worth 2 for dozen. J Men's Flannel Shirts, turn- down collars, neat -patterns, all sizes in the range, (p-fl QC Reg. quality... Men's Tweed Pants, latest cut, neat dark colorings, smart de- signs, all sizes worth ff> >fl all the way to S B Men's Whlto Night Shirts of Imported English Flannelette, with natty collar and pocket. Warm and comfy. fiSQft Regular Ready -to- Wear News... From the Dry Goods Department A beautiful range of Children's Muslin Dresses, made in French style, allover embroidery yoke, short tucked sleeves, finished with lace edging, sizes 1, 2, 3, worth 8 BtJw Children's All Wool Knitted Skirts, splendid for Winter wear. Prettily knit designs In col- ors white and grey; regular This line of Ladies' Corsets, stylish model, v'ery low bust, long hip, free hip bone; regu- i lar line Oriental 'Satins, 33 shades, the. very newest feature for afternoon and evening dresses, 40 ins. wide, reg. yard I Handsome Leather Hand Bags; newest styles. All values up to Tomorrow Patent and Suede Belts in black, white, tan, navy, nel rose and purple. Put in two lots for quick clearance. 75c 60 pairs makers' sample Silk Hcse, almost all shades. Clearing at less than cost to manufac- ture. 20 Pounds of Sugar for with a Grocery Order PHONE 313 B. C. 3 lb..CAN SYRUP 5 Ib. CAN B. C. SUGAR 10 Ib. CAN B. C. SUGAR 15e 3ic 70c LARGE SIZED JUICY ORANGES, .DOZEN. 3 Ibs. CABOSTON Creamery Butter. 9 I SWIFT'S BACK, .1 CON, per pound 30c 1.00 2Sc For the Home Oddments Sale oi Rugs this eek end. Special puces. Tungsten Lamps 25 Watts 40 Watts 60 Watts WANTED, AT. ONCE, EX. P E R I E N C'E D; dRESS- MAKER, NO: APPREN- TICES NEED- APPLY. APPLY TO DRESSMAK- ING' .DEPARTMENT AT THIS-STORE.' PHONE 313 34c 43c 25c For the Home Two patterns In English semi- Porcelain -ward. on' row Full dinner 4P4E? A A sot........... 910.UO 8 Ib. SACK ROLLED OATS 2 pkts.-ROYAL. CROWN SOAP ___ BEANS 4 POUNDS -FOR .Sewing 'Machines, make, guaranteed -fo: L0n sale ;lmperlal -10 years Tapestry stair Carpete, 5-8 3 4 yards wide, specially j priced Crow 85a to 50c fair! moen, 4.11 fiiallv ad outncd to the gym (nasiurn, where a-, splendid, exhibition of class work was put on by I Director imd of Hie city met to spend a over the Sirs. Galbraith, "Mrs Dunlop ami Mrs. Irving welcomed the many guests, while Mrs. J. D. Higinboth- am and Mrs. A. B. Stafford divided the honors of pouring; tea anil, coffee thctjumots, dressed in whrte_ After a (it a with well-annointed table, beautiful white and centred yellow CROWN PRINCE" BUPPRECHT OF BAVARIA Who l> reported to have been tarsi tna Ailics truupn neur Norn- eny Ho was .In charge of .the German In a neit speech, Mr. Earle Rob- erts introduced the short program consisting of an instrumental hy.Miss Ross, a vocal solo by: Mrs. Johnston and speeches by Rev. Mr. Qrccn, rep- le enting the Mr. Carson .'the and Mr. Thompson the plnsicil work ifl the training of the liov During the program light re- freshments were served by Mrs. J. A. Jackson Mrs. Brymner and Mrs. M. was tireseuted with a, blue tag bear- ing the inscription, '.'That Boy of and the name of her boy. nell performed dumb nel' drill, a num- ber of new games were introduced by Mr. Thompson. The showing the boys made brings great credit to their in- structor, as this was the third time the class had bean together this year.. The gymnasium performance was greatly appreciated by the moth ers who entered into the spirit of the occasion and applauded enthusiastic- appla f-liti; All went" hoinc feeling that their boys had the privilege of at- tending "the "Y" an institution which is such a recognized factor'.for good at the plastic ia the life ol "that boy of At 9 o'clock'AVedaesday. evening St. Mary's church was. the scene of a ___- very pretty wedding, when Miss Hil- S "UcArthur, after which every lady Tankhurst became the bride of Robert Faulds, chief of the Taber Fire..Department, formerly of 'Lcth- bri-dge. The' nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. U. H. Fopham. The bride was given away by her. father and was a-tteaded by Miss; Millie.Harvey and Miss May Payne. Mr. Fred Bak- pr acted The service was fully chpraL The dressed in white silk chiffon trimmed with swansdown, looked charming. After the service, supper was served ttie -home of ilhe bride. The evening was in happy couple left1 on! the midnight train fee iibeir THINK HARD It Pays to Think About Food. The unthinking lite some people lead often causes trouble and sickness, illustrated !n the. experience oi this About tour years ago I suffered adfully from livln" eatea I.-liked, not thinking ot the digestible qualities Thte Indigestion caused palpitation or the heart so b-xdly I could "scarcely walk up a flight of stajrs without stopping to repam breath and stiength 'I became alarmed and tried diet- ing wore my clothes very loose, and iced othor'remeflies, bjt found no re- lief Hearing tlie virtues of Grape Nuts and Postum, I commenced using them in place of my'usual 'breakfast coffee, cakes or hot biscuit, and in one.week's time I was relieved of sour stomach and other ills in- digestion In a month's time my heart was performing its functions naturally and I could climb stairs and hills, and walk long distances i 'I gained ten pounds in this short time, and my skill became clear and I completely regained m> health and strength I continue to Grape Nuts.and Postum for'-I feel that'I owe my good health entirely to their use I like the .delicious Grape-Nuts- and by-making according to directions, it sini; ilav. to mild high grade coffge." Name given by Canadian Postum Co., Wind- sor, 6nt. The most perfect food in the world. Trlil of Grape-Kuts and cream 10 days proves "There's a Reason Sjook in 'pkgi for the llttlo book, Tie Road to Ever read the abovi liltijr? A new me frorq time to time. They army hamtaeriag at toe-iota betwwn art genulnt, tfut, full of human future home in Taber. 4 The club caesi with. Mrs. .J. W-. Boulton, 6th St., on Monday afternoon, Any members of. the Daughters and Maids o! England Sowing cluh wlio articles for neyt are asked to send them to Mrs. Holberton; at 626 Ninth street-, south, not later than Monday, :Mrs. 'Dickie, .of Gacdston, was. in city yesterday returning from a to the oast. Weather permitting, the postponed match between Mason and ,plitei' For the finals of the Raworth 6up (championship of Let4ibridge) "will be played tomorrow attsrnoon afc 3 p. m, r The Young Ladies' Class of Wesley church will meet tonight at the home of Mrs G R Diioa, 1212 3rd Arc. A. S i The ladies of the Altat Society by a young Turk, Pachel Qas'san: I "The Buttons traTc.lmg in an automobile ivitli a of M" Giiecbotf, former Bulgarian premier, .to attend the. funeral of the. king of Roumania, when" Pachel fired shots 'at tlie part) a revolver One of the Buxtons was shot through the lung, the other was only slightly Bounded "The assassin was arrested. It ap- pears that he bad just arrived here from Salouila He had a passport September 26." Goiiatantinople Noel Buxton has travelled 'extensive- ly In the Near East. He Is qhairman. of the London Balkan committee, has actively' interested himself in 'Macedonia, Hq served with Bui; gariaa staff during" the-war.-la tbo Balkans. .He is 43 years of age. Charles Roden Buston was private; secretary to his father In South Aus- tralia. He has been Interested for'a long time in welfare work. Mr. Bui. ton lived for a long time In Texas, where he studied ranching. The correspondent says if is believ- ed that the wound of, neither dangerous He does not say wbjoh ona was through the lung FERNIE CASE OVER FRUIT LANDS 8AUS Fernie, B.C., Oct. of .the" county court which hai been J progress Jiere, with Judge Thompson under consideration a' most interesting case from the Bayne's take district for the last three days, was'given to the jury last ev- ening." This case Involved a false representation ia the sale of-a, ten acre tract In the Baynes Laita fruit lands distnct, and a verdict for the defendant purchaser, Mcjntyrp, against the plaintiff, Hart, who ,soI4 the land and had received part ..of the purchase money under contract of sale, was returned. The price of .the land was 3120 00 per acre, and the jury, which had visited the land uni der dispute, rendered a verdict for the defendant purchaser for J83Q 00 ages who St. IT the RCT Ctn- iliu Etbel M. htSoap Dainty These are surely worth your best care, and the use of noth- ing but the soap that cannot hurt the finest Hert'a the SfrnKght way: First, soap thi garment; then roll it up to soak'. After a while, rinse well and the dirt practically out. No; wearisome scrubbing, no hurtful gentle of Sunlight does the work almost without effort and en- tirely without injury. you'll find kind to A( aUfTOttrt Kandt, too. w 5 ;