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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iWEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1917 THE HERALD PAGE NINE R 4 CO, "The Busy Cash Store" It Pays To Deal Every Time at a Strictly Cash Store Some pf Cineit fur garmentf ever thown In thli city. Madt from the beat quality of Baltic Seal and Plucked Each coat Is dliUncMve- wtth the new Submarine collar of contrtiting fur, such as ;con, ruble, with to match. The Unlngt lincy ill "EeldlnflB" which meant wear Uatt, The pricM quoUd here ara from to ICM thin tod.iy'1 market and 12 High Grade IliiRsian Hat AVorih for f97.00 each. Coats at with a Wealth of Good Style YVu'U bit BUrpriqed to find to much put thli prleer only tweed In and Slzei Jt to 42. Deep wide belts and fancy Aft the new styk BUY KIDDIES', MITTENS firnojt Avon Kqll Mltis for boyi and glrjt: 2'to .Jt flrey, cardinal, brvwn and navy, at prices. Ladies'Vests, Underrftsts carried over from last season. mean- Ing a BBTlrii to lou.oC lOc to 25o on.cach.uar- menL Most of tlic lines have Ehori aleareSj anil Dulch aeck. Sizes JC to JO only.. Fair and .winter ivelint. Combinations, WalfODTs perfect (Ittlne combinations for n-omen In two iplendli) qualities. Elastic knit, with velvet rlnlsh. Slips 36 to 12. Men's Union Suits, A Irian's combination either In a heavy wool .rib or a fine clastic fn a lighter vclerit. n 36 to (2. Excellent value, Children's Underwear Kj: Moderately priced Keep, tho kiddies warm and aavc lhe doctor'- Conic- doivn' tomorrow and buy j-our supply of underwear, while lha assortments and sizes arc complutc. Chlldren's Combination! at 11.25, SUO lo Children's Vests and Drawers, 45c, COc up to each................................. J1.25 Children's1 BIsik.Tlghtc, tEr, 75c and 95c Children's Sleepers, each and Chlldre'rri Walstt, fleece lined, each........ 45c'. Baby Veils, cf all kinds, each 3bc to.......'. 95c; .1 What About Some Warmer Bed Clothing Cold nlQhla warmer bed clothlna.-LAl no'tlme in Store'a history haVe'we. shown a large stock, particularly In WOOLEN BLANKETS, In gray or white at J5.00, J7.50 to 118.00 a pair. COMFORTERS In large 72x72 Inchea with fancy lilkoline tops at J2.75, J3.50 and J6.00. FLANNELETTE SHEET.S, bnt quality In'WhlV: or jrey at 52.25 and' a pair. "WOOLKNAP" blankets, fancy checka, at JS.OO pair.'Theie.ire excellent valued Boys' Sweaters, 75c, Two Unea of Doya1 Sweatera In grey only. Tho 75c lino la pullover style. Ihc other button from Dolli HUM In 4 to 12 year ekes. Girls' Sweateos, to From the cotton and wool Sweater Coats to flue brnRhefl wool. A assortment to III flrln of til ngefi. Spine Snaps! FLITTE NIOMTQOWNS. Qood ejnaJltr, irhlle Saiony r A fluuieielta. l.OU CRIB White wltb colerrt berdcrn. Extra ralue, pair FLANNELETTE LadleV Eitra 7C- aytclal Taint I3C KERCHIEFS. Ladln' cross bar nmllnvkercMefs. Neat r Each DC HID OLOVge, ffWte only, black tnU n packs, tH t 7C lei TH, JAP Splendid quaUty, 35 IDCIM if On sale cofiirr WAirre for gtrii i to 7 jwars, Btront Jean, well ODC OLOVE9, nf IMni PATENJ BELTS, !S lo In.' Bitn leali- Toque of all kinds 75c The finest anil largest slock of. all wool tonuca TTC ever shown. 18 dltrcrent color combinations. Girls' Toques and Sets at up Smart Toques with scarf lo match In bright shades. All new this soaaon. Get one of thcso oarlv. Quantity limited. GIRLS' CLOTH COATS to Menlnm priced cloth for girls. Some real good materials. Full llnod. Colori are navy, ircy nnd brown. Triced very moder- ately. Sizes 4 lo 11 yean. Baby Coats from to Baby Coita marit from Whlto Hear Clotbs anil Mobilr 1 lo 5 jtirt. Flye elylcs.-All nr.K put. two wetti, r Mlttnu, booten, bonnatfe, In an unlimited assort- meat. Pareit of wool rarni, Prlceit at 35c to 11-75. IB MILADI '-PHONE I2Z4-- A very successful opcrailon was eiTorme.1 on Mrs. 11. A. JJDlbrlJgc f MG 12th SI. A north, at t.all Hal on Saturday. TUe members of ihe Major Jack fto63 chaoler' 1. O. K. will meet for at tbe Red Cross rooms evening at 7.45. 4- The JtrolherliocxJ ot l.oroinotlve 'tremeii and EDglnt-uicn are Issuing nvJUIIpns to a daucr lu the K. 1'. ial( on the evening cf Nov. ICtlt, Mr. P. J. Korstcr Is a ness visitor In Calgary tor a U-w Tbe women of the Hiipilst ihutcb will Bew at the HcJ Cross rooms on Friday afternoon. Mrs. 'Albert J. LCJUUV of MedUlne Hat, Is visiting her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. INJter Lund, for a Tew days. Tho Ancient Order of Foresters arc giving aubtJicr dance at ihfr K, o( P, ball OQ Frlilay, N'ovciubcr 9lla. Sir Alexander Gall chapter told thcfr general monthly meeting lomorrow (Thursday) Dllcrnoou at the St. Mary's G. A. on Thursday arc J.iO In tho Elk's Huh room. Those fteked lo leave It at the Parish Hall eslrlue pins cau outalu then from 1 2 p.u. IT possible. Jie treasurer DAVI-STAS1UCK Mrs. .Maxwell'i section of the He-J Married cm Tuesday afternoon, will meet wlih Carter, IC1S 3rd Avc. X.j night at K o'clock. All metnlie'rs with unflDlEli- ed work are reQUCEtcd to have It ready for the bazaar on the 17th of NrJVfimber. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Cross am] lam- r fiato arrived, home niter snemltDg the sir mOD.lis at Crcslon. U.C., tor Lhe of Mra. Cross' health. has been suffering from neurasthenia for some time and vena advJjei-'by her physiclau 10 have R eltmate In a lower altitude. They -chose lo go up In the Koolenaya the beautiful climate and mbuntilQ air have proved highly to her Lea tin. Oct. 16lli, at the llaptlsl parsonage, llev. Clias. Haker oIMrlallng. Mary Siaaluck (o Sir. Joseph ZJavl, boll, of On Tuesday afternoon, Oct. Ifilh, at the Baptist pursoiiagc, occurred the nmn-laBQ of. Alice May Simmons of L'laresholm, lo Mr.'Snnrjel E. Thouiu son of Qranunt, Her, Chaa. Maker of- IlclallnE. i GROSU01R Ottawa. marriage ivaa quietly Eolernnlzei] oti Thursday, Oct. Hth, In I lie Junloralc of Ihc Sacred Heart Church ot Mtsa Thcressa de Grosbols, ilaushtcr of tbe late v; 1 lani and .Mrs. dc Grosbols, to Dr. niches, former principal ot I.ouls Roy ot Lethbrldge, AHa. Weatiiilrlster school, who recently re- j rtov. Falter l-ejeuno anil the front and who was In j the hrlde, who was Given In marriage the thlck'-of the engagemeiit at. Vlmy'iby Her brother. Mr. GaUin Ue Grcre Rldge'ls .now In Saskatoon, ivhere ha ibols of Trenton, Ont., n'as unatlend- is. ivork or principal of cd. Captain Norinamiln was heat the vocational acriaol. Mr. Itlchea irnfln. not his discharge, I The bride" wore a becoming cost >vhfch riiakea bis stay fn Sasfcaloou "me of nbvy ,blue broadcloth liiore or lepa nncerlaln. Mrs. RIclics and family expefct lo Jola htm there at Cnrlilnujs tiro lace and Georgette crepe blouse Email black beaver lint anrt black foi furs. Her corsage bounuet was com posed of American beauties. IDO. Club are liolil-1 Mr. and Mrs. Gatan de Orosbols o ing .idelr anrMir .Clirlstmaa parcels j Trenton icero Iho'only guests from shower overseas, out of lon-n. tomorrow e'yenlhE' "dl- S o'clock to I Dr. and Mrs. Hoy have left lo vis tho Y. M. C. A. The boys of Ihc "Sill I It la Wlnnlpes and Kdmonton before battery are furnishing the music. All going Lo their home In I-clhhrldge. parcels 'will be acceptable contain ing the following: Ib. tobacco or nhpH. cUaretifS, 3 JO-CRnt 'cbocol- te" bar. 1 pocfet handkerchief, 1 ori-> CONTRIBUTIONS FOR pigs, ol cheflriK gum. H la hoped BRITiSH REG hat'all contriWJtlng will keey T to these KefrTa as It will save the ecesBlty of the' re-opening ot any TOutALDRASMW YLANDS The Busy Store Put on a Warmer Pair of Stockings; Avoid Colds Better to bay jam! itocfclngB thixn to dollari On dooion bill. TOlto prices ftro slightly hlchor liut the'QUALITY la oren bcLLer, tspeclollj ID PENMAN S for women, v- All WMI CMtirnara HMlary Its, 79o a FknWd Llnxl and Mo Kin's Fine CMrirMre leeks, pair 39s, We Men's Pit dint. Wool htovy, pair 60o, Me, 79e Beys' Heavy >lbkW Cotton HOM ana 39e Hen, "K Margireta" Brand, pair Me to Me Olrlo' Pine Cwhnwra Hows, a pair 40e te Tfc r the parcels, as It Is important lhat 11 parcels be a uniform sire. Donal; ona ot money will be Ihankfully re- elvcd, 1C [irefcrable, or any of the bova articles In hulk to made Into arcela by the club. Contributions for the Drll- isli Red Cross day, Ocl. IS, may be sent- through A. .1. Put Less Tea isi the Pot Because it chiefly consists of the Assam teas of Northern India, the strongest and richest in the world, less Red Rose is required in the tea pot. Where four or five spoonfuls of ordinary tea are required just use three of Red Rose. And Red Rose tastes better. Kept Good by the Sealed Package Dread Winter, Bui-Dutch He- Jieve They Have a Sinister Motive New Yorlf, Ocl ibo Sun pub- Islics the folloivlny cable from London, UaleJ October 1G: "Tlio j.oadon KveirlDg .Slandartl says Dial during Augusl and Seplein- ucr 35.00IJ Gortnan deacrtcrs'c'rbVscd lie Dutcti (ronllcr. At Eevcral points Ihc frontier guards of the enemy Joined Lho deserters. "Tho dread of eudurc ari- ottier ivlnter In lhe Irenclits and ihcn liavlng Lo [ace a army from LUe Uuiled States la probably _llie clilef reason for (he hul (lie suspicion Is lieglnulug to.taTvO liold In Holland tbai llicsc desertions may mean sonietlilnK different and the Germans are allowing the men to pass (lie lines for a hidden purpose." and surround tug-places, to work for them- Only women iv.tlioLi children anil young girls arc DOW being select- ed. They arc taken to the railway stations liy soldiers and llien convey- ed to desiliiatloys are not dis- closed to the parents tlrey, Icare be- hind- Heartrending scencb are wlt- nesseJ when Ihoso deportations oc- cur." Bljickburri, hon.-lrcaB. of Uic v LcthbrrdBC; brianch of "the Red v Cross, AcadJa Block. O O New yoriir Oct. Evening Vorlil tlie following from Amsterdam: "The Gcrmaua are re- moving Uic French, parllcular.y the omen, from Lille, floubaiV' Crolx LJ, S. Govt. Serves Notice on Miners That They Won't Be Allowed to Tie Things Up AVasnlnglon, Oct, ad- ministrator tiarUeld today worried coal operators and miners where Blrikes'bave occurred or arc Impend- ng'Lbal the govern in en I, would take charge" ot coal production If It con- inued to be threatened by strlhea. Alter .the conference, Mr. Garf.eKl aent an apyeal by IclCEroph to miners and operators to consider the nat- ional emergency and resume produc- tion. After a conference Trltb John While, president of the Mine- Work- ers, over Elrlkes caUoil or In HHno.B, Ohio and Mr. Garfleld sent a telegram to bperaloTR and minera alike, giving nntlcc that the government would deal mast drastically with strikes Intended to force a decision on a revision of gov- emnicnt prices to meet, wago In- cresacs. We make a tpeciatty of the hftfltery buHtncfM. Southern Alberta einerlenceil one of (he wildest snowstorms In on rain and wet snow falling all over Iho 'district, nccoui- panled by a gale from the northeast, a combination more In Keeping with January limn the middle of October Tie mercury also dropped sharplj reaching 20 dejreea for-the first real- ly heavy froil ol Ihe fall season. Reports from varfom parts of the jouth Indicate lhat Ihe snow wns heavier at most points than here and the .consequent preclpUntlon Is great er. FnrmCM aro not s-illsllcil as ye' molsliire has fallen. A light snowfall was resumed at noon hart shoiin 'or a lew minutes ilurlng the morning, nni Indications are that conslilmiiblv more may bo expected The itorm Issl nlnhl had Us effect on' the telephone and lelegrnph wires oTcr the west. mornlnc earl: It-was raining at Jaw and Cal (tary and Iho Canadian Freas leaner wire, was .out of bttilnesa for some lima. Many .telephone troubles were also reported Ideally today and tho lelephonS staff watr Kept busy clear Jig P. H. Moore, formerly tor sli yeir In cbarfe fit dre Dominion eiperlmen al form at AiMtli, ban ben appoint H aaaugfT of the B.C. fim iRAND TRUNK HEN TO GET INCREASE Jlontreal, Oct. Grand 'runh railway has agreed, It Is-aulh- rilatlvcly staletl, to grant the engln- ers and firemen on all Us lines the of Ihe Adamson eight hour ay law as il obtains In Lhe Unlled lales: The men cave, nlso bcon r.intefl an Increase In WHEC_S. :ROSSED QUEBEC BRIDGE IN SAFETY Quebec, .Oct. 17. A special" train with a number of guests of (he St. Lawrenor Bridge company crossed' the .now completed Que- bec'bridBe from shore lo shire be- tween eleven-thirty Aand noon'lo- ,t> A i.oputallon rcp'roscntlng the Doiik- lobor sect liavc objected to Lho levy- ing of poll (ax on raornbars of the com- munity- ail HrllHant, B.C. tt DTtrworiced women jirobab.y iKKunnfe im lhe hardnt worked. Bhf hu n mucfa to Attend to, irith very litth Her work be lighlcned if ih knowt the rihw of tyilm ind ihe ehoul try ibort mi in the daytime A phynciaia who became firooiifl UK wwM, Dodor Pierce, a) Buffalo, IV. T., OK rpttitlift- in vromvi' for pracliced mod doe in He thac ob tared tiie of nitcic ifl rf tbe work; TIRED WOMAN; TOOK VINOL Now She u Stmnf and Hearty Philadelphia, cnr-i Worked, run down, nervous, could not ezl or sleep. I felt like crying all timr. I tried different remedies with- out benefit. The doctor aiid it vu a wonder I was alive, and -when Vinol wss given I beffaji impmvt.- 1 have taken eight bottles and am now strong and perfecUy healthr in every respect, and have gftined in weight. I can not priiat Vinol Sarah A. Jonn, Idas Nevada St., Philaiielphij, Pa. Ws Guarantee Vinol to make onr- worlced, weak women strong or re- turn your money. Formula on er'ery botlle. This is your protection. j. D. HIGINBOTHAH A CO, LTD. DruggiEls, LethbrldQe. Also at..lhe in all Alberta towns. V .GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OF THE METrfOOIST CHURCH, WILL SPEAK ON of .irrilability or'twitching find uncontrdlUbU Qcrroiumrn, Kometliinl iTiiwi .wronc wilk llw head or back, I woman oalurftllr faye, but all Ihc timf the IrMible Tery cilen ocnlcri in tfai brfaai. In caaea. out of Ico the of difficulty here, anrf a vromjif tbould' tike rational (mttncnt for ill cure, dwerdw ihouM be treated tittdily and irvrtentlicjily with Dr. Kwrrt'a FavoriM Pracripticm, 1 For from which iroioni miffs Prweriptton" 19 ft powerful Diaiid It: W yem it ia< buiaiiejd from Uw HTOO of teoa of ttrea Ike pain, worry, roiaarj awl Mm trf Umo Vjot wffenr, Kt Dr. PienXrV Preacnpiion In liquid of UMO lorn adrhfaa BugaJo, N, Y., aaj'tai in France and Flanders" Friday Evening, October 19 'EIGHT.p'.CLOCtf COLLECTION of ;