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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HFJRALI> CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store We Sell For Cash Exceptionally Attractive Thursday Values In the Mid-Season Sale Values Unit speak with greater force than words or elongated statements; values that affect (he jtoekelbook of every woman witliln.ihe raac? of this store's influence. _, In face of advancing prices offers are really remarkable and would not be possible at this time were It not for the fact .that we made cany and liberal purchases of all lines Increasing in price before the advance took place, and are now in the fortunate position of having secured abundant stock at old some .cases, in fact, more than present requirements demand. So we are reducing stocks in all departments to proper proportions, and to accomplish our purpose in the shortest possible time, sale prieas have been marked, not with regard to actual worth or orig- inal values, 'but at figures that will clear counters and racks without delay. Scores of women have already taken advantage of this opportunity and hundreds more will undoubtedly do so during the next few days. Descriptions are brief and to the point; the prices tell the story In a most convincing way, so read the whole list. Sale of Every-Day Wants at Greatly Reduced Prices 50c VESTS and DRAWERS, splendid OCft fall weight, all ladies' sizes OOC UNION SUITS, splendid ft weight, sizes up to 38 ...........9 50c HOSIERY in cashmere and wool- len, plain and rib, sizes C la 10 to WAISTS, tailored linens all wool flannels and albatross 51.SO.CORSETS, splendid fitting mod- els, sizes up to 27 to CORSETS, including all our high grade 'tiack lacing styles Vs SATIN PETTICOATS, navy, plum--etc., splendid quality linens i 3 to HAND BAGS In a special collection all going at.... "fOfi .1 9w it- Great Mid-Season Savings in Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses to S25.0S Suits, sale 530.00 and J32.50 Suits, sale 535.00 and Suits, sale {16.50 and Coats, sale Coats, 525.00 and Coats, sale 530.00 and ?32.iJO Coats, sale and Coats, sale TWO BIG LOTS OF Trimmed Hats Including our entire stock for Quick-Sale "Lotm Values worth up to -Lot-No. 2 Values worth up to Sale of Yard Goods Of Special Import- ance to You and MESSELAINE and QC POPLIN SILK, full yard wide....... BLACK MESSELAINE III QJ Aft extra good -quality 9 I CREAM' HABUTAI SILKj ffa ftft washable, yard tvide lUU and TWEED. SUIT-'; G1 OQ INGS, >pure 54 inches wide.. I 75c WOOL DRESS GOODS in hair line serges, grey serge and check 15o and 18c WHITE COTTON CAM- 4 BRIO, Madapolam, etc.. yard wide I 35c WRAPPERETTES and VELOURS lovely qualities in splendid designs.. 90c DRESDEN RIBBON for fancy work, six inches wide 28c 58c Let Every Man Enlist Then Weed Out the Unfit-Lord .Derby London i Oct. 19, 5 Der- whom the .government has en- trusted with the solving of the muting problems, addressing a mass meeting at .'the .Mansion House this afternoon, gave the gist of the plan with which he hopes to meet the sit- nation. "I he said, "that every man w-ho recognizes that the state has a' right to call on his services tot her protection should enlist at once. All those found physically fit and wishing to join the colors at once could do so, and the remainder''cor, tinue at their usual' vocations, "sub- jecfc to. call when'needed." Unmarried and married men, Lore Derby explained, would be put into respective groups, and the bachelors called, first. Married men would bo called later, according to age. such a system, he'pointcd out, there would be no sudden, unmanageable number of .recruits, but a steady sup- ply as needed by Lord Kitchener. Someone had 'aslted the speaker, ho said, why recruiting was an urgent necessity, to which he replied "This is an honest de- clared Lord "to give every man a chance to rio his duty a last effort in behalf of voluntary service. I believe'yet that the voluntary sys- tem can be marie an unqualified suc- cess, but there is ho" time'to lose." APPLICATION FAILED Montreal; appli- cation of Tancrede Marsil for a writ of mandamus, to compel Narciss Gou- gen, the returning officer to order a new in'llbclielaga, was dis- missed with costs this afternoon by VTr. Justice Maclennaii iu the practice Suggests Province Borrow From the Sinking Func Alia., Oct. With fift delegates registered up to noon, th annual meeting of the Union of A herta Municipalities was opened her this morning by Hon. Wilfrid Garlepj Mayor Flanagan welcomed the vis tors and Mayor Costello of Calsari replied. -Mayor Hardie of Lethbridge, presi dent of the Union; spoke briefly o bond issues for the towns. He SUB Bested that the provincial governmen jorrow sinking fund money and paj j per cent on it. nuii'er than loot iround borrowing elsewhere. The arge outstanding tax debt was, he said, better than money in the bank >ecause it is secured by. mortgage; i! lays 6 per cent., and positively will ba paid before the holders will, allow 'he property to go to sale. From ihe daylidht into ihe daylidhi! a daylight factory) HPHOSE who step each morning into the Sterling A Factory do not exchange the daylight of the open streets for the musty gloom of'some dark corner. They come into kitchens flooded with kitchens as sunny as modern construction can make them. From this clean, hright home Sterling comes to pure, finely-flavored confection.. This thought, no, doubt, will reassure you in looking for the 7th point of Sterling excellence. TELEPHONE 60S with flavor GRIT purity a daylight factory by hands Hiss L. L. 'Sheardown, of Dundalk, Ontario, is visiting Mr. and Mrs C B. McKinnon. Mrs. Tinning, .who has been a guest 'at the home of her son, Mr. j-. R- .Tinning, returned yesterdav to Regina. Russell Shepherd, who has ?en visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd has returned to her home n Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. D. CJ. Shouldice, w 'algary, were renewing acquaintances n Lethbridge tin's Mrs. Shoul ice has just returned from Toronto .'here she attended a Dominion Con- cntion of the Women's Missionary Society, of the Methodist church, as delegate from the Alberta Branch Miss Edra Smith is leaving this fternoon on a short visit to Ual- ary. The lied Cross and Imperial Order aughters of the Empire have each ippinted a delegate to confer in re- ard to dat-es oPeutertainments, sales r other means of raising funds, that ne organization may not "conflict ith the work of the "other. It is lerefdrc requested that offers of as- sistance from persons or societies for the .benefit of either be made in writ- ing, and sent to the; secretary-of the respective organizations. New and Fashionable Merchandise Featured by their Low Pricing for Thursday Exceptional Sale of Ladies'Handsome Winter Coats For Thursday only Ladies' Winter Coats beautifully made and tailored in fancy tweeds, plushes, curl i.-loths iind blanket rloths in plain assorted shades. These in all sixes, 16 to 38, and prices from .10 -S'30.00. Your choice Thursday HANDSOME CREAM AND FANCY CORD VELVET Specially Priced for THURSDAY Heavy, Cord Velvet in plain in. great demand this sea- son far 0 flats, i.oques. skirts, etc. Will, give'perfect satisfaction in wear 'and 'will wash, splendidly. Full wide. Very special. 7C Cord. i-i'eain ground, with lioavy col- ored stripe will make up h.'ind- s o m e 1 y f o r omits, etc., 30" wide, warranted -u-nshahlc. Very special per yard A Sock Special For Men only of-Men's All-Wool ftotks, soil finish. and wash well; dark grey only. Spec ial poi JMII wear 25c The officers and members of the Maple Leaf- Chapter, .0. E; S-, were hostesses last evening of a Very en- joyalCe dance in the Masonic Hall, in aid of the Patriotic'Fund. Flags of the" allies were effectively- used as decorations, a large Union Jack form ing a background for Need's orches TB, wh'ich furnished excellent miisi have further'action in the civA ac Winnipeg [lloti postponed till after the conclu- ISIUB of the ciimmal charges nluch have been brcught against htm since both civil and criminal proceedings arise out uf the parliament building contract. Edward Anderson counsel for Thonv as Kelh, has taken an appeal iigm Curran's decision -to the''court of appeal, uill hear nent