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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 20, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HUHAL0 PAGE SETENT r i A D if IT rn THE LADIES' STORE P'cooe453 Aeadia Block Of Suits, Coats, Skirts and Presses We must at once unload ,our entire stock of Women's Wear-things, and in order to accomplish -our purpose suc- cessfully, we announce tlu's rousing sale-of every garment in stock, without reserve. Sale prices are not based on original costs or actual values, -but on what each garment will readily bring for quick and decisive clearance. No-time like the present to secure your New Winter outfit. .Assortments are much larger and. style range more complete than can be expected later'on, how generously we have reduced the prices! This in itself is sullicient to impress upon you the importance of buying your new garment right away. If you are not prepared to purchase outright, a small deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take it away. Sale Lasts the Balance of the Week ALL THE NEW SUITS AT ONE LOW PRICE Choice of any Garment worth up to This is u most unusual offer, 'but stocks must lie reduced and we-have macle'the price low en- ough" to make certain the result. A smart Fall Suit IB almost indispensable for those fine days and the opportunity is yours to own the nicest garment you've ever purchased at such a very low figui'u, -Serges and Cheviots in Navy and Black, also Worsteds and Tweeds in the deep, rich Autumn tones, shown 'in models to fit every figure from 16 to .44.. THESE DRESSES WONDERFULLY CHEAP i PRICE Afternoon, Evening and Street Garments, Reg. to Do not hesitate if you want to possess one of these for styles are right up to the mark, fit and- workmanship the 'best that money can buy, an.d prices throughout are phenomenally low. Silks, Cloths and Velvets a great variety of newest styles, including latest and most wanted colors such ae Mahogany, Copenhagen, Tan, Plain, also Navy and Black In ail sizes and at any price you want to pay. NEWEST COATS IN SPLENDID VARIETY All the Uats Models worth up to ?3Q.QO Garments embodying the very latest touches of style and among the highest grade Hues we have shown during this or any previous season. Orig- inal prices wore better by far than we offered before, consequently reductions are .more. Important. Materials are Chinchillas, Blanket Cloths, Fanqy Tweeds etc, in brown, greys, navys, tans, etc. All 'sizes frqm small women's 16 up to itout women's size 44. ANY SKIRT IN THE STORE 6.75 Regular and values, Sale at a price less than you would ordinarily pay for the making made as well as these are. Usually you buy very ordinary skirts for such a low pries, but not so in this cuse. Styles are the best we have to show, the cream of the stock, in cheoko, plaids, brocades, worsteds etc. in various colors as well as navy and black Sergas and Cheviots in all sizes. WHETHER YOU COME TO "LOOK ON OR TO 'WELCOME, AND SHOULD YOU'SEE SOMETHING THAT SUITS'YOUR A SMALL DEPOSIT SECURES IT FOR YOU TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. COME TOMORROW! i Mr. and Mrs. James Broadfoot ot Vancouver are the guests of Judge and Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. A. tt'Igg arrived home this morning, after spending five months in the Old Country. The marriage of Miss Kathcrinc Juneau to Mr. Joan Leoace Lcssard, brother- of the Hon. P. K. LCSBU took place in the Church of St. Gab- riel, Athabasca, on Monday. Arrangements arc now completed 'for the mammoth dance to lie given I under ths auspices of the Pincherj Creek Patriotic committee, to lie fi in the opera house- on the evening ofi Friday, Oct. 23rd. The committee! have met with the usual generosity of the Pincher Creek public. War hastened the .Marriage of Capt. Ambery, of Walkerville, and Miss Grace Dewar, daughter of Dr. A. Dewar, of Windsor, as Capt. Arnhery is arranging to go with the second Canadian contingent. The marriage j was performed ;'0ct. 12 by Kev. J. C. .Tolinie, pastor Emeritus of St. An- drew's Presbyterian church. Th? marriage of Miss Margaret Garden, daughter of .Mr. and -Mrs. William Rons, "lion Berlin, and Thomas Arthur McKay, manager uF the "Merchants .Hank, Stratford, has beeu arranged to take place in St. church, Berlin, ou Oct. St. George's church, Hamilton, waai the scene of- a very interesting wed- ding when the marriage was solem- nized ot IVIiss Mary Kathleen Brown, daughter of Mr1, aitd Mrs. A. W. Brown tu the Rev. Arthur Hamil- ton Howitt. The ceremony was con- ducted by the Rev. Canon IloiviU, iather of the groom. The Comfort Saby's Morning Dip says the Comfort Baby's Grand- mother, "what we'd T do .without this Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. If I'd only had one when you Were a baby, you'd have been saved a cold and croupy spell." For warming cold corners find isolated upstairs rooms. for countless special occasion! when extra heat it. you need the Perfection Smokeless Oil PERF SMOKELE T1ON HEATERS The petfeedon is light, portable, inexpensive to buy and easy to clean and tc re- wick. No no osbes. SmoteUss .odorless. At all hardware and general states. Look for the Triangle twtemaik. In CuwU ROYALITE OIL i> bert for all THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited WUtuKf, Cibur. Rfeiu, Hibfiz, Efe.itu, V NOSTRILS AND HEAD STOPPED TIP FROM COLD! TRY MY CATARRH BALM GERMANS SAY SUBMARINES WERE OLD ONES Berlin, Oct. wireless to Sa informatjon'given out to day In German official cjrcl-ss taya: 'The news of the fate of the German torpedo boats, S-108 and 8119, sunk by the Qntlsh warships off the Dutch coast, hvs aroused feel- ing of'deep regret throughout Ger- many. crews..are much benipari. ed, but the were old and of Ijt- tle value. "Senator Strandes, of Hamburg, has been appointed civil governof of Ant- werp." "Two Belgian majors have related to war correspondent of the NIeuw Rot- terdam Courant that one half .of the Belgian army has been Interned In Holland." Instantly Clears Air Brsftthe Freely; Passages; You Dull Haadache Goes; Nasty Catarrhs) Diicharflt Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottlo anyway. Just to Iry a little in the nostrils mid instantly, your clogged noae and stppped-up air passages of the head will you'-will breathe freely; dullness nnd headache disappear By morning! the catarrh, coid-in-hearl or cuturrlial BOro throat will be.gone. Khd such misery now! Get the .bottle, of "fOly'a Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, frag- balm dtesalres by the heat of the, nostrils; .penetrates and hekls the inffained.' iswollen membrane .which lines the head and throat; dean th? air stQpt nasty dlschargcBr8Hd a feeUnff of clwmafng, soothing relief comes Immediately Don't lay 'awake ton! gilt for breath, heart stuffed; nostrils closprl, hawVinff and blowing. Catarrh or a jts running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and dryness )s dlatressing but truly leedloaa, -t- Put your just In "Ely'B Cream your eold or catarrh will surely disappear. Sold by J. D, Co. Limited, Leth- Masa Meeting at Clareshplni W. A. Buchanan, M.P., is to address 3. patriotic mass meetinsr at Clares: liolm on Thureday evening: of: this week. Recruiting May Start Soon No official'Word .has been received lere-of-the recruiting for1 the second contingent, although the officer in charge, McLelland, expects hear today or tomorrow, Thero arc many local men anxious to culjst, and as. soon as the word is particulars will be pqbiislied. Peport Not Confirmed A Cardston report states that Geo Grsen, manager of the Elli- son .vluiing company, and James 'E. Cllison, munagei' of the Knight company of Raymond, had taken over he 'Cardston Milling cpippany, finds no tc-nttrmation ffi a cpnversation with M. Green. '-'The report: is merely a said he, "and I ing about It." Personal Mention Adam "Lint, formerly homestsad In- spector here, visitor In the city from his fruit ranch jn Kootsnay, B l C. Mr Horner, who was a partner in the old. firm of Horpor and Hutphlnngn of this city, has returned tp after a bysincBa trip here. Extreme simplicity characterized marriage celebrated in Christ's church cathedral, Hamilton, ths Rev Dr. Reaison officiating, of Gras'ett, daughter of the late Dr David Thompson and Mrs. Thompson and Julian Norman Dalley, younge sia of the lute Fenner F. D alley ami Mrs. 'Dalley: The wedding of Mr. Charles Castles and 'Miss Ida Mary "Murphy was sol hist night at the Baptist church by Rev. David ROES. Mr. Bob MoLeHan of Dunmore acted as best man and Miss Plchford as bridesmaid Numerous friends assembled at the cliurch, and after che ceremony good-time was enjoyed at the Victoria "Mansions, the future residence of Mr. and Mrs. Castles. -Mr. Alex. Lothian, who'gave the bridefaway, a com- rade of Miss Murphy's brother, Bandsman. of the Gordon Highlanders, who is now In. France. Clubs and Societies ot the Westminster League .u a i mat a meeting villtako place tonight at 7 o'clock at West- minster church in connection with so- cial and missionary .work. The Women's Civic club will meet at Mrs. McKHIop's, 016 Tenth St. south, Tor serving, on Wednesday af- ternoon, at 3. A card party and dance, under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club, will be held ,at the Iv. of P. hall on Monday evening There oc 5SG NIGHTGOWNS for women heavy while flannelette, odd lines, worth up to ?2.60 g a 4 j? for 9 1 ISS COATINGS, 54 Inches wide, In- cluding all this season's goods; on sale at a discount 4 fi G? ot......................IU HOSIERY for women consisting Silk Lisles, Cashmeres, Oot- tons, worth up to GOc, on bale at CORD VELVETS, 27 Inches wide shades tan. red, navy, regular 73 to 90c. On sale Per yard.............. UNDERSKIRTS, made from best English Satinette, 30 shades. While they last, Bach. ............____ 200 pairs of Ladies' .Button and Lace Shoes worth tip to for Here is a Shoe Hprgain worth while for 100 women. This lot con- Gists of Patent, Sued a, Gunmetaj and Visl Kid Shoes, both laced and buttoned; some have plain or fancy cloth tops. The from up to in C, D and E fittings. Over 30 palra are samples of the well known Empress and Smart.Sefr Shoes, and coma In sizeo s only. Values from all the way up to for SILK HOSE, fine thread. silk Hose, black only. Silk all through. Our regular H value on sale at---- SSrfw CHILDREN'S ribbed cotton, black SCCT ondB, of Hues that sell for 35c, All sizes up to 10 rf EJBI CHILDREN'S SWEATERS, the largest stocJt of boys' and girls' sweater's in the city, clearing during this sale at a discount ot........ ALL VESTS for.ladies, light and medium weight with short or no sleeves spec.- ial for thls''sale.....a CHILDREN'S SHOES, all of OUT high, grade stock of Children's Shoes -via ba cleared at a discount of...... LADIES' COMBINATIONS, sleei es, high neck, aukle length, cream only, all sizes 4 4 C rezulai Conducting a Real Cut Price Sale COWANS 50LIP CffOCOWTI- MAPLEiBUDS The wholesome Confection. THE SPITFIRE 4 REELS LAUGHS AND THRILLS the K. of P. hall under the Alls- pices of the Ladies of the Altar So- ciety of St. Patrick's church, was a most delightful and successful .iffair. Over 150 couple were present and some of the ccctumes were laughaibie. Mr. Koea won tile gentleman's prize, and Mrs. Audit the ladies' prize, for the best costume. Dancing was the popular entertainment. .i The Alexader Gait Chapter I O. D S. gratefully acknowledge the lollow- ing donations: Socko, Jlrs. Giles, 1 Sirs. Hodder, 1 Mrs. Mitford, 1 Mrs. Livins- stone. 3 Mrs. Cox, 2 Mrs. N. Giles, 3 Mrs. Wot Henderson, 2 Mrs. I. Home, Mrs. Scott, sr., 1 Mrs. Nalamlth, 1 Mrs. Stevenson, Hardieyllle, 4 Mrs. Milroy, Wardman.. Mias McKelvie, 1 Mrs Buchanan, 2 Mrs. Henderson, 1 Miss Henderson, 1 Mrs. H. Scott. Mrs. Duff. Wristlets, Mrs. Hodder, 1 Mrs. Scott, 3 Mrs. Scott, St., 1 Mrs, laismltli, 1 Mrs. Duff, 1 Mrs. Gus Nei- dig, 4 Mrs Co-c, 2 Mrs. Craig: C Mrs W. Hardie, 2 Mrs. Brooks, 2 -Mrs. Smythe, 2 Mrs. Cousins, Raymond, 1 pair mitts, Mrs. DuM. pairs soclts, Mr. Sear, 2 Mrs. R. Naismith. 1 Miss Dingwajl, 1 Miss Sydal, 2 Mrs. Cousins (Raymond) 1 Mrs. Procter, 1 Mrs. Singleton, E Mrs. Williams IMra, Wright, i Mrs. Stotte, 2 helmets, Mrs. F. Smith, 2 Miss Sear, 2 pair bod "socks, Miss Dingwall, 2 night shirts, Mrs McKillop, 1 suit py- jamas, Mrs Kirltham, tr, 2 night shirts, 6 fomentation wringers, 2 pair tbed socks, S broad 'bandages, Mrs. Blenner-Hassett. Work.will be given out at 423 8th 3t., Tuesdays nnd Fridays, form 10-12 noon and 2.30-5.30 p. m. Starnes, Mrs. De.Veber, Miss Janet Nicholson, Mrs. McMillen Sawing Nightingale, Mrs 2 pairs, .bed socks, Mrs. :I. Young, 1 nightingale, 2 pairs bed socks, Mrs. F. H. Shaw, 3 night shirts, 6 ice hag covers, G hot water bottle covers, Mrs. Wm. Scott. 6 broad band- ages. 8 ice bag covers, fi hot water bottle covers, Mrs. A. Hall and Mrs. Brooke.' United States Must Declare for the Allies Cambridge, Mass., Oct. Leo Winer of Harvard, speaking 0I the position ot this Unilod States j dative .to the'war, said ''The United States cannot restrain ts sympathy n the' present 'crisis and keep ill selftespcut. tt'bile I (lo not look fot 'any actual, acsittance con) the United Stattn u behall o[ tlikt; 1 do iocl tiat coun- tcy muc-t, COBH out'ueqviyocallf ait sxpress its trite position within tlie next two months. "The United States is peculiarly indebted to some oE the contestants in the struggle, and we haye ahvays been the foe to injustice and oppres- sion. Hence it is to be expected that we must take the side of those na- tions which are fighting Germany, or he branded untrue to-our whole gen- esis and tradition as a free peoplp, "I look to see the -United States "facing the issue squ'arely, and ivhile Dot rendering assistance bq the al- lied nations, throwing its great in- fluence to the balance against presaor.'' Attractively situated. Pii faculty. Fbr uroapeetua and term] wiMtbl PrfndpU E.I LUCILLE LOVE SEE HER AT THE Empress Tonight A Portable Typewriter Remington Junior As duralile as the standard Remington. Weight less than half the standard model. For the, traveler and for' the home. Authors, clergymen, physicians, students and others TvaTtiting a compact, small, Tell- able typewriter, will welcome this machine as solving for them the typewriter problem. y Price, with dust-proof cover With leather traveling case 70.00 Other Remington models 122.50 up Write for Catalogue. Remington Typewriter Company Limited. 110 Sixth Aveniw ;