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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1914 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acudia BIk. Continues Every Day This week f and offers the economical.and city tlie.greatesj.-monej'' saving "in tlie most seaHonable lines of fresh new merchandise for household use. Throughout the entire store there ils.no reserve. Substantial reductions await you on every purchase of Teas Goods and Silks, Staples and Linens, Gloves and Hosiery. Corsets and Underwear, and White- wear; trr our Ready-to-Wear Section moat amazing concesslona are offered In every lino of Suits, Coats, and? Dresses for the final and absolute clearance of these entire stocks. This Is In truth "Our Greatest Sale" in point of value-giving and satisfying assortments, and the quick and 'generous response to list week's offerings by the discriminating women of this city is con- ducive proof of the genuineness of .the bargains and their appreciation of savings exactly as described. n, M. C. GRADUATES MENTIONED BY FRENCH London, Oct. ians arc mentioned In dispatchco by Field Marshal French this morning for good work In the field In France. These are Major D. N. Coroy, D. 6 .0., of the head- quarters' E. O. Smith of the Northamptonshire Regiment, and Lieut. E. J. W. Spread, of the North Lancashire Regiment. AH three aro gradu- ates of the Royal Military Col- lege, Kingston, Ont There'll be no let-up thit week and Items here announced are only representative of scores of other equally at- tractive bargains that await you every day throughout every department of thla store. Specially Purchased Brassieres 65c In Regular and Qualities Undergarments of this sort are almost indispensable to the cor- rectly dressed woman, especially with the new style of low-bust Cor- sets, and when you consider that tho sale price is exactly half actual value of many numbers included you will have some idea of the im- portance of this special sale. Made of splendid quality, heavy weight percale, fitted with adjust- able waist band, beautifully trimmed with extra.fine quality embroid- ery. 'Sizes 34 to 44. This Sale of Dresses 1-2 Price A Most.Important Event. All Silk and Cloth Garments included in this Half Price Sale with- out any reserve whatever, including some thirty-odd' new style gar- ments ranging in price from to All are 'beautifully made, perfect fitting and exclusive in mdst cases one and in any case hot more than two of, a kmd. Dresses Dresses Dresses. 510.00 and so on'throughout tho entire stock. All 'are wonderfully cheap. You'll have to hurry for good choice, PETTICOATS S3.E5 Worth up to 57.00. Silk and Silk Moreen in beautiful duali- ties including all the new styles and every color. CORSET SALE SSc Reg. Value. Made oE splendid quality Coutil, with two pair of supporters, front and back. All siaes. SUIT SALE 4 Ofl ..Black and Navy Serges, Tweeds, and Wor- steds in numium ami dark colors. All on Bale without any reserve. ANY HAT worth up to ?10.00, including our entire .stock of .Hats. HOSE I 3 tor Flue quality plain and ribbed Cnshmera Hose, worth. EQc. per pair.' Spliced heels and toes, double soles. All. ladles', sizes, CHILDREN'S HOSE 1 Worth up to 40c Pine riUbEd Cashmere, sizes 4 to Ins. Colors, tan, cream, sky, pink and black. That St. Cyprian's Church has es- tablished itself aa a woiiderM power for good in the parish in -which it is situated, was evident by the special services held yesterday to mark the celebration of "Children's as authorized by the Church of England 5n Canada. These services were held i throughout the entire Anglican "Church in the Dominion, and it is safe to say that no where .were they marked with more enthusiasm than at- St. i Cyprian's. Record Attendances The attendance at the early morn- ing celebration of Holy Communion augured well for the success of the day's attending, marking a record early morning celebration {excepting tile great .Church festival A.large congregation was also pre- sent at the 11 o'clock service, when Rev. from a suitable text, preached an excellent- discourse on the Sunday school the pointed out that the aim of SU. Cyprian's Church Sunda school "was to instil.in the minds o the young three great principles: deep love for God; temperate cputro over their bodies, and a fervent'loy for their country, and he pleaded wit the parents of children to assist th Sunday, school in its. great .work b emphasizing .these principles in th .home life. In the evening, Rev. Canon McMi len delivered a most powerful and elo quent address to congrega- tion, taking his text'-from some of th better known sayings of Jesus respecl Ing children .especially the passage in St Matthew: "Whoso offendeth on of children it -were bette that a millstone be tied about his neck and he 'bo cast into the.deptbs of Ih sea." Mr.: MeMillen emphasized the fact that no man who did not love lit tie children could be a Christian, an pointed out the a'wfulness of the pun iehment awaiting those who 'trough' about tho "downfall of our children. 1 Sunday School Rally But it was at the Sunday, .schoo cession where St. Cyprian's' Churcl demonstrated its 'vigor and-.vitality Just exactly two.-.hundred and one pupils were registered by the secre tary, a satisfactory increase over the record attendance of. the schooH-and they comprised all-ages, the Adult BI bie class making a brave showing Many parents-of the scholars were'al- BO present, and were much in the work of a 'modern Sunday school. jVAfter a general opening exercise, the various 'Bible classes retired to their, respective rooms, and Rev, Mr. who acta" as superintendent yt the Sunday schools, put the a course'Of catechising, n which .the scholars proved ;helr teaching had not beeii in vain. Aii interesting Horn of the. after- woh's proceedings was the singing of in anthem by young members of .tho ihurch choir who are "also .members if the'Sunday school, namely1 Misses data Wellington, AHeen Jones. and Tlie macatfers ot Knox church wi meet tonight at o'clock. ''.9 Miss Amy Disney, of Coleraan, the guest for a few days of Mrs. D. A Simpson, 15th etreat, -Mis Barassin'is'a giiest with M: and -Mrs. M. S..--McArthur, corner 6t Ave. andllth until her marriag on Tuesday, to Mr. Jarue Fleming, of Calgary. f The wedding of Robt A. Taft, son o former President Taft, an.d Miss Mar tha A. of the late people Lloyd W., solicitor genera during part of the Taft administration took place on Saturday at St. John's Episcopal Washington, f. Mr. and, Christie, of KI1 larney, Manitoba, amioiince ihe en gagement of their .third, daughter Cora L., to Earl Rose, o Calgary. The'we elding1 take place this week. Mrs. William Tripp left on Saturday for an extended visit to Winnipeg Toronto, Woodstock and other east ern points. i -Mrs. Dr. Harbour of Watford, Is visitinjj-in thO'clty, a-guest with Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson- and Mrs. G. H. Cobfaledick. Announcement has been made of the forth'coming marriage of Miss Katharine Morrison, eldest daughter of Mrs. John-Mprrtsoni-of Cranbrook, and Jlr. John Alexander sHciiiley, aeeu opened at 36 Victoria street Westminster, near the Canadian High Commissioners' office. All informa- ion .regarding the men should be ad- ressRd to the officer of the ecords at that address. BELGIAN QUEEN AT FRONT Havre, via Paris, .Oct. Elizabeth of the-Belgians is with hur usband at the headquarters >of the elgian" army, and is his constant ompanion, except when King Albert pproaches the firing line t6-encour- ge and direct hla troops. IANITOBA EDUCATOK APPLIES FOR; DIVORCE Winnipeg, Man., Oct.. !oPhail Bolhwell; leacber. of .modern nguages at, .Manitoba' college, has pplied to parliament for a'divorce om..liis wife, Dorothy Jean (nee giving statutory reasons. UTCHINGS FOR WITHOUT ANY SALARY Calgary, Oct. is rnmor- 1 in municipal circles that Jl. J. utclilngg, head of 'tliQJ. Great West addlory Co., offer Ills aeryi'ies Fcrnie, Oct. Tho funeral oi John iVlcLatchie, the young JEnglish reservist who died suddenly at Coal Creek Thursday night from heart failure, took place this after- noon in a downpour of rain which did not prevent a very large turnout of friends from Coal Creek, -his home, and from the city, where he has been well known for several years. Young McLatcIiie responded to a call from his regiment in England at the beginning of theVar, hut was re- jected at Quehec, because of heart weakness. Much, disappointed, he re- turned to Coal. Creek and lived but a few weeks. The funeral took.place from the K. of P. hall, from whence the remains were followed to Knox church by the members of the K. of P. Lodge, A.i and B. Companies of the 137th Regi- ment, .the Veterans' Association, the Boy Scouts, U. M. W. A., and the Football Association, of which lat- ter he had been an active mem tier. Knox church was full to overflow- ing, and the remains were followed io the a very large con- course of people, GERMAN ARMIES IN FIELD NOW ABOUT MEN Rome, Oct. reliable in- formation, It is learned that German forces at present engaged consist or Ji-i army corps, of first line troops and 27 of reserves, totalling about men, and distributed as i'ol- .OWS 1 Corps France 24 Belgium 6 Thorn-Cracow 11 East Prussia.................- 13 In addition there are ter- ritorials garrisoned in Germany. Half a million recruits are expected to be fully trained by November. CHARGE OF TREASON AGAINST MONTREAL MAN Montreal, Oot for the Dominion Canada, Col. Peers Dav- idson, assisted by Captain Maurice Alexander, both barristers of Montre- al, on the complaint of Major William Datee, assistant provost marshal of the fourth division appear- ed before Judge Lesuming and had a warrant issued tor the arrest of Israel Chaefer of this city on a charge of treason. Fourteen charges of high treason were laid against Israel Sdmefer, immigration and ticket agent in the this inbrning. The charge Great On Friday, Saturday and Monday conditions have greatly changed. An avalanche of thrifty people made a hold dash on the thous- ands of bargains at the War Time Sale and Surrounded Them Our salespeople, while stronghr entrenched behind a barricade of bargains, were com- pelled to retire for reinforcements. Tuesday, Aaojher Attack on the enemy of the people. "High Cost of Living'." There will be doubt as to tbe out- come of this engagement. The public will gain at every point. TSte spoils will be great. Price." on Ladies' Coats battered down! Prices on DFCSS Goods split in twain! Prices on Silks shot to pieces! Prices on Underwear greatly reduced! Prices on Hosiery will vanish. The whole store will_he one great battle field of complete change in the battle front. Be here on, Tuesday. Co. Conducting a Real Cut Price Sale. against him was that of assisting a public enemy by furnishing steamer tickets and money to Austrian reser- vists to enable .them to return to the ranks. He is charged-with having instructed them to represent' them- selves as Bulgarians. Roadmastcr J. Todd, of tho ON. E., committed suicide at Rocky) Mountain. House. Thos. H. Jones, of Oelistft, B. C., willed his entire, estate 'of to the province of British Columbia "to he used for educational purposes. jntf cltj op mayor Five (5) More Days of This Sensational Price Reduction Sale Late is Money Saving News of Stir- ring Importance ITor 'the final days of this most remarkable event' we have "wielded tlie price knife without consideration for value, desirability or cost of goods. We set out, in the beginning of this sale, to make it a Stroke of Merchandising, and we shall leave no stone unturned 'ihat' might, hinder us from carrying out our determined purpose. Late buyers, and those have bought.before as-well, will find here, tlie final .days of this Sale, the yery greatest possible opportunity to buy needed, desirable 'r r Never Before Matched for Price Lowness The Royal Store ;