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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Tlie kind of Bargains lhal, liavc brought peo- ple'i'uom all ounjors of the city. Every (lay soeS'thij'stpre crowded to its capacity. New Bargains'etery day. Vests for.... 75c Combinations for 50 GOe Vests. ...35c GOc Drawers for 35c to Women's Shees One of.the liest Shoe Bargains ever offered to the lad'i'es of Tjetli bridge. See (.lie window display. You should hunvy. Every Sweater in the store on sale Nothing reserved; every Girl's or Boy's Sweater, over 1500 garments will go on sale at a discount of 50c Toques I Sdioal .25c A New Lot that will be Inelud- I Heavy .Bibbed Black Worsted. I All sizes. ed in this Sale. Just a brief mention of a dozen or so Cape Coats, right from the factory. We have placed .these with other coats that sold as high as and marked the' entire lot, your 100 pairs of Nemo Corsets on sale Friday. Watch for List OF Ko Fear 9! Losing fosr Bleary fllenTraveffisg If you carry it in the form of Travellers' Cheques issued by the Uniqn Bank of Cauada. No one can cath them without your signature Issued in denominations of and vlth value In loreign currencies plainly stated on the face Accepted at. full value at hotels, ticket offices and business generally thioughoi4 the uorld SRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRiDGE BRANCH B. Manager Q R TINNING, Manager PRISONERS OF WAii AT 'UEFICEH8 PLAYING OAliBS IN-THE OLD (KUAED from sketch by E. Cleaver NO ELECTION 'THIS YEAR Toronto, Out, Oct. do not'think there in a possibility of an election before said the Hon. Robert Rogers, here today. He said tha mat- ter Jiad not been considered. M. Tplah, who lias been the gfcest of James anil A. M..MOC for the past left Tufjday afternoon for her home I ter church initiated a scries o! tcach- in I ers' training courses last evening. At seven o'clock an excellent supper was served by the social committee, the tables bsing surrounded by a splen- did gathering of young people. A London, Oct. Right Hen. Wins- I ton Spencer Churchill, First Lord of j tho Admiralty, and Vice-Admiral Ya- shiro, Japanese Minister of Marine, have hcen exchanging fraternal Conducting a Real Sale. THE TEACHINGS OF CHRIST German? Prieot Advocates Murder of Women and Children sisohe Zeitung 'It is true that our soldiers shot French and Bel gian :-women ant chHdren that they ed their habitations, but anybody who London Opt, 30 Standard pub regards this as contrary to the teach lishes the following, fsom its Cosen ings of Ohnstianlti only shows tbat hagen correspondent V member he does not possess the faintest utv- the Qerman Reichstag a priest bv tlie c'erslajidms of tio true eplrft of mine of Helm, writes to the COFFEE esd BAKlNtJ POWDER You are Invited to try pure food, products ontiroly ah our risk; We guarantee to be absolutely pure and 'to givo every utisfectfon. U you are disappointed-In any way bring them back to tho store and have your raouey refunded. .Miilicent, Duchess Sutherland, who recently to tJiu war zone as head of a Hcd Cross hospital, and Major .Percy Decmonde Fitzgerald, of In a telegram -to the Japanese Min- ister, the First Lord says "I desire, on hchaii of the British Admiralty and the Royal Navy to injoyaljle social'hour was spent, express at this crucial of the the Eleventh Hussais, were- tquietly ter whicli and hymn books war out'deep.-sense of the eiiorts and married last week at Roehampton. rwexe laid upon the table and instruc- j energy with which the J apanesa navy Tim cTniiiarc. _ i i i. js sustaining the cause of her allies. Apart' from tho great object of the The .duchess has returned Crces work in France. Th her Duchass oi tions in teacher training course Nro. 1 pioceoded to the enlighten- Sutherland is" tire fourth daughter of i merit-and profit of all. The! Ihe Earl of IJosslyn. She married in j jngs will be continued on th when !tandcd There v ere prt-bent hesiiles their dalljBltcr, Caroline unite 1 others about 100 of the Guild in marriage to William Otto Neuman The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Hillis Wright. After the ce.tir mony the voung couple left by the ed in the citj at 1 3 to spcnS their honeymoon in the 'mountains of B. C, The Theqbaldi concert party arriv- Clubs and Societies A very successful concert .was iheld it Trinity church; Hardievilfe-, last night, under the auspices of the Lad- es' Vid Ihe items on the program much appreciated by the large udience, v.'hioh packed the church to ,he doors The plas, "Tlie parting of he home missionary barrel" went ex- -eedmgi> well Refreshments were sarved the close.of the perform- ance. "The Joylul- be- iea- The sacred cantata ness of Thitnl mg leied at St Andrew's church iunday S1 Cjpnan's A Y P A held a octal in tbe parish room labu Mon iv evening There was a large at- endance Ihe program included m trumentels bv Mr B J Clark ong, Miss flashbrook son? Mr H O Kilncr, "A Trip to Ttppcrary" vas the for the ovemngf Re- were served Tlie Meuartffi Gait Chapter P will raeqt tomorrow afternoon t 4 o'clock at the Y M 0. au- ;torium Arrangement's ate (icing made by bo Art NeedlcKork Gul'd to hold an xhibit oi needlework and painting on at SSth, at fie building previously coupied by the Royal Cafe on Fittn ,reet The proceeds will M> dividFtl tl.c Fund, and the Flower Guild. served A social will be hold.at St. Augus- tin's hall tomorrow night. Novel fea- tures will ho tlie bringing in. ot the' Red Cross knitting by tho ladies, and tbe providing oi enti'rlammuit and refreshment by the men of the con- gregation All members of St J'ligus- tin's, and their friends, arc cordially Invited. Tho Bpwortfc) fccague of Weatmmi- ROAD GUARANTEED TO LETHBRIDGE JDdmbnton, Alta.; Oct. Mr. was told by the government jesterdiy that miles of CNR road, from Stratbeona to had been guaranteed tor i71 and from the Ljttle Bow to 110 miles, tbo guarantee totillin; 'THE SPITFIRE" THE AT BIJOU Reliesliments vflll bs -It was a happy thought of tha di rector's when he chose Garlylo Black well for the leading part. .The four reels' of this thrilling .romance em- brace all the elements of. interest, and ntenBity that it is possible to jam In a melodiamatic nauttca' drama or rather a melodramatic farce, as it contains both laughs and thrills It was written that i tho dramatic version by Edward Peple and has been visualized and directed most meritoriously.; -x The humorous situations and the absorbing draraa'ie elements combine to make this offer ins; pleasing, not only to Vvuu enjov light but to' the other chss who haye a preference for the punch and heart throb of tenseness and overpowering Incident and cpi sooe. The director has. happily balanced the two extremes, so much so that difficult .to distinguish whether the subject .is comedy or Berloutf drama: until the culmination o fine- plot brings the conviction1 to the spectator that it is only real life, as it is en- acted. Mr. Blackwell is an ideal type for tho role of Morson; about whom re- volves tho principal action of the play. lri; the big dramatic situations and in tjie lighter moments ho does not fall to give a perfect, characterization. "The Spitfire" ranks as one of the best, of Jhe Famous Player produc- tions. .It producers more to make H. It'cost the exchanges more to buy it It costs the Bijou more to show It It wM cost 10 and 20 cents it. But worth Delicate Girls and Women are too often 'dcsedwiih drugs when their blood is ____ Jewed. They need that blood-staangth which comes from mecbcmal nourishment. No drugs can make blood. SCOTT'S EMDLSION is a highly concentrated -.blood-food and every drop yields returns in strenstiMning bot'i body and A. If you arc frail, languid, aSSi dcli-a-te 01 nerveus, try S'ott't Emukhti meals S ffl for just one month. LADIES! DARKEN YOUK GRAY HAIR Look years Use Grand mother's recipe of Ssae Tea am Sulphur and ncbpdy will know. The of Sage and Sulphur for re storing faded gray hair to its natural color datas back to grandmothers time She used it to kfiep her hair beautifully oark dossy and abundant Whenever her hair fell out or took on thar. 4n.Il, faded or streaked ap pcarauce, this simple mixture was ap- ihed with wonderful effect But browing at home is mussy and jutofdate Nowadays, by asking at any drug stole for a 50 cent oottl" of Wjoths Sage anfl Sulphur Com you will get this famous old recipe ..which, can be depended upon o restore natural color and beauty o the hair and is splendid Mr dead- lift, dry, feverish, itchy scalp ailing hair. A well-known downtown druggist ;ays it darkens tho hair so naturally ind evenly that nobody can tell it has applied. You pimply dampen a panse or soft brush with it and draw his through your hair, taking one trand at A time By morning the ray hair and after an ther application or two it becomes eautlfuil? dark, glosiy, and ahund- nt.'lold by J. D. HlginlMthim Co Limited. London, Oct. 20. "I can't" se what anyone finds to kick a-t in th remarked a newly arrivet major in one of the brigade messs at Salisbury Plains yesterday, Th cannas of the marquee was aside to admit the bright sunshine "Wait until vou have been here 4 hours, you will perhaps alter yru declared a. brother office hotter acquainted with the vagaries o English weather. All day yestcrda the troops were marching up to th Plains, throwing themselves on th grass on arrival, awaiting instruc- tions concerning the locality of thei liaea. As already mentioned, th Highlanders were among the earlics arrivals in camp 'and had alread started to drill. A start is also bein made to unpack the' rifles! Tho gen eral health of the contingent is re- markably goal. The pipe band iron tho west sKirls daily and gaily Major-Geheral Alderson has. :arriv oil hut the1 real business of trainin will not begin until the-emt of! the .week. Mutual congratulations ar passing among -those particularly con cerned with horses, over the fac that the losses in transit do not ex feed one and one-quarter percent Some oi the men, hy the way, havt difficult y in exchanging Canadian money at the camp but thi no douot soon will he remedied bx celent irrangements have been made whereby the Canadian soldiers oa pre- sentation of. his pay book to any British paymaster receives the amount standing to Ms credit. .Tflis will obviate any hardship m tha evenc ot a section becoming detachei from its own -quarters. Interesting incidents on the voyage still come' to hand. Cigarettes were absolutely all sold out the second day t" sailing Some wise speculat- ors however, had laid in a stock and when the longing fo' a smoke became unendurable a rushing business at twenty-five cent! for ten. There was also a-famine ol chocolates and candies m a couple of- days It was necessary fcliat the -whole fiest accommodate its pace ,to tho slowest boat, the I repeated ly receiving sarcastic wireless greet- ings from their more sprightly sis ter's Visitors to Hie those engaged in purelv military duty ao far have been rather scarce, doubtless owing to tho long distance the camp from the railway. .Those who would go merely for the pleasure of the excursion htely will become few- er when the provost marshall gets to work in a few da> s Peddlers are do- ing a brisk business among the .men in socks, shirts and the like. Priest Stabbed and Killed a Station Agent Chicago, Oct 21 Father "J. Mullen, pastor 01 tho Holy Rosary church, last night stabbed and killed Thomas W Patterson, the station agent at Hillside, a sulmrb, following a quarrel in which'Patterson had no part. The priest then stood oi the right oi the track, stopped a tram, and threatening passengers and tiain crew boarded it. overpowered after, a struggle and-locked up at Hillside. MR. MAGRATH WILL BE CHAIRMAN Ottawa, Ont, Oct. Cabinet change! announced yesterday will likely .result in Arthur' Sevlgny, M.P., succeeding Mr. Blondin as deputy Speaker of the House of Commons C A Magrsth will become chairman of the Waterways commission, in succession to Mi Casgrain, and J G. H. Bergeron, li likely to the Quebec Vacancy the comniH- iion. Satisfies The Loagiag' 'for a Perfect Cup of Coffee OH THAT WE HAD IT MONEY 'LYING IN BANKS WArTOW FOR RAILROADS TO EARN J BEFOBE USING Edmooton, Oct. Mr, learned fro.m the Government that the total amount received foa railway guarantees was aKt thcrs has been paid 107. Money lying in 'the bants not paid out stands to the credit ol Can Northern By ?1, 148 ,959 81 C N W T P Edmonton D. B. C.. A G W Liacombe Blind Val- ley 100 Milling total of 09 hich is la the Imperial, Merchants, Union and of Commerce, TJnfoii and Bank of Commerce. Be A Pantry Pirate Once More By Using Stuirt'i Oyipepsia TabltW You Can Renow the Appetite of Your Boyhood Daya. Some of j ou sjj'e'ing men and wo men would just as soon think ot eat- ng pie jam and cookies as you would rf sleeping with a pair of Bengal Igers You re afraid of your etomach. f you will only try a Stuart t ia TaWet.alter each meal and at line >ou will very overcome ear -of food. v 'Gee' It'i grut to ut> 3These Jittle Stuart'l Tate ets Into the atomaei Jmt like foot. hey mix their sew and1 fresh digest- u (iiialitiea with your worn-out stomach and iatMtiaM.ud dnu nrtch your body, stop inrtiatioa nd after eaflot dUtrww-" act taking a Stunrt's a pleasing one.' Ton eat It M rou ould an "after dinner mint" or bonbon It at with yout 3od and dlKMts ttat food. It relieve. ie (train ot that meal, of and us you experienoe n joyful teellnf rom your toad. Soon your apnetite will return You ill fiAd V'oqnelf eating the foods' you ould dearly love to eat; and in a flhort tune your old digestive will ihe returned to you, for ur bodies very quickly readjUBt them- s to normal conditions nhen we :op the trouble that malws tliem iseased. Go to your druggist, no matter where you live, and huy a box ol tuart'a Dyspepsia Tablets. ae wishing a free trial of these lab- els please address. F. A. Stuart 60 Stuart Bldg, Marshall, Mich, and small sample package will bo mailed ree. IN HEART OF CITY EOTEl SEAITLJI ;