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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915. THE LETHBIMDGE DAILV HtttiALl) PAGE FIVB THE ROYAL'S WIND-UP A THE FINISH-THE LAST TWO DAYS Of This Stupendous Price Wrecking Sale Prices Are Cut To The Give-Away Point Now LADIES! Think of it. Look! t One Lot, 8 only, .Ladies' Fine Suits, Tweeds Worsteds, all sat- in lined, handsomely tailored. Jlcg. values to sizes 14 lo 38.. This go in. a hurry. .Be here at, 19. a.m. Friday While they last READ EVERY WORD Scan every line. Here's The big- gest bargains Lethbridge lias ever known. We are winding- up this Gigantic Sale with still, deeper and more desperate reductions in order to make Friday and Saturday the biggest days of the entire sale. It's up to -yon to be here on M. be Jate. MFN' READ THIS, THEN HOT FOOT IT TO THE iTilull gTOBE Suits, in all wool Serges, Fancy 'Tweeds, and Worsteds, extra values at LAST CALL 85 The Royal Has Conquered the Wearing Apparel Business Snap No. 1 Qne Lot; -Men's "Bine Overcoats in Melton, and Fancy Weave, all wool. to Last Call Snap No. 2 Big lot Men's Soft all leading .'shapes. Last Call Snap No. 3 20 only Men's extra fine Melton, and -JJcayer Coats, large fur Collar, Imita- "tibh'Lainb .Rubber Interlined, Wincl Shield Wrists, wonderful values Last Call at THE ROYAL STORE IS MONEY MAD _ D f D I f C O 100 Men's and Women's Suits Must Go Friday and Saturday Just Arrived-Lot Laclies Fine Dresses All Charming Designs, in extra fine, Serges, Worsteds, Velvets, Silks, etc. Also a lot of handsome Evening Dresses. All go at Radical Reductions EXTRA! Another slaughter in Ladies' Coats. One lot Fancy Tweeds, Blanket Cloths, etc., all sizes. Last call A REAL SALE-NO DISAPPOINTMENT HERE [Figure the Savings Ladies' Richly Tailor- ed Goats, values to One lot Ladies' Sateen values. 95c Yes; true You ;might as well coine' direct here and time and trouble of, shop- ping values are so far above those those, offered elsewhere that in, justiqe to your pocketbook you'll buy here sure. Come Early! Ooine Often. Hurry for first pick One lot Ladies; Fine Suits, .all latest designs and charmingly'tnil C ored. 'Regular values. One lot men's Heavy Rih- becl Wool Underwear, extra value. CALL--LAST TWO DAYS-LAST CHANCE-Take an early car, get here any way you 1 can, but get here sure. Doors open at 9 am. Blame but yourself if you don't come on time The ROYAL Lethbridge, Gen. Sir Sam's Quick Promotion Ottawa. last April a poralfllcitt Krnnch-Cnnad- laa from .Montreal, in manly uniform ana Sam Hnnvm- holt, to set into Dm office of .Majoi'-tJiMicrjil Sir- Sam Hughes, and appealed lo he at- tached as lieutenant lo tho .Montreal Kngineer Corps, ihen about to for Knglaml. Hy pleaded very hard, and after many days of anxiety and waiting lifg wish wan gratified. accompanied the corps when ft left in April, and was enrolled as Lieut, Char- Veeterday morning the antne small French-Canadian, with I ho sanle Kam Browne belt, was ushered In this time with aosne fterernony and a considerable amount of deforeuee on the part of tho orderly into the sanc- tum of the minister. But this time he tiobblcd in on crutches somewhat pain- j fully. He had on his head regula- tion floppy JJritiah cap, and on" hi? a all trf-color placed there by the hand of the King )f ficlgiimi, and representing the lionor for valor of the- cross of pold. He saluted Major-General Hughes stiffly, and stood to attention as well a.s his crutches ivould permit. Got Another Star "Hulfo, said General Sir Sam. "I am glad to see and he shook hands. "Get uuother star on your shoulder and get rid of these crutches as soon as yon can." Thus did Captain Charlebois re- ceive his promotion from the rank of lieutenant, for which lie had worked so hard in April last. Charlebois was very modest in his references to his honors. lie and two others had undertaken to crosp a bul- let-swept terrain near Albert, in order to attach ropes to tvi'o B'.-'igian guns, which had been abandoned, and were 'n danger of capture. The ropes were successfully attached, though one of the members of the daring iittle party, Captain Sullivan, was badly-wounded. The guns were saved, and the mem- of the party were decorated per- sonally by tho King of Belgium. "It wasn't much to do." said Char- lebois, today. "Anyone could have done and he shrugged his should- ers deprecattngly. "I wasn't hurt there.' This shrapnel wound in the knee I received at Festubert.'1' Edison Sees Great War with Machines A. Edison, chair- man of the United States nava! advis- ory board, ivas in Chicago for a rew hours today on his way to San Fran- cisco from the east. The inventor favored a giant plan for a United States -war chest. "Our next war will be a machine war of brain rather than he said, "in my opinion should substitute machines for men, so that the efficiency of each man in time of war could be imiltiplieu by; twenty through the aid of machines. "But the country must be prepare for the ordeal. It would be econom> for us to erect factories with a cap acity for turning out just twice a much powder as is being shot awa> each day in Europe. These, .factories would nof be so expensive if kept in readiness to turn out powder is needed. "Then perfect machines that will be capable of making shells at a dail) rate just twice as great as all the shells that are .used in Europe. Jusi keep the machinery-greased so that It may be ready to turn' out shells when they are needed. "Then start "storing up steel and When have indication yon nnver take a lung medicine. Why. then, when you have ;i cough, a cold or bronchitis (lung troubles) do you swallow things down into your It Is a mistake, and the Pops treatment for colds, bronchitis and asthma, etc., cor- rect.i tliin mistake. Peps aro tab- lots made np of Pine extracts and medicinal cysc-riccs, which whim put tlu- Mouth turn into healing vapors. These am breathed down direct lo the lungs, throat and bronchial fallowed down to the stomach, which is not ailing. On the face of J3 not this treatment of coughs and colds more rational than the old-fash- ioned way? Peps are recommended by doctors, by nurses, by people in authority everywhere, who once having tried tills new treatment will never gn hack to the old form We could send you books of testi- monials, if you would like to road them, but one trial' of Peps will glvo you more personal satisfac- tion than lots of reading about what others say. 50c. box. at drug- gists and stores. Remember four SAGE TEA DARKENS HAIR TO ANY SHADE Don't Stay Gray! Here's An Old-Tlme Recipe that Anybody can Apply The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, gray hair to its nat- ural tolor dates .back to grandmoth- er's lirae. She used It to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and ab- undant. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streak- ed appearance, this simple mixture vas applied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home Is raussy and mt-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at .uy drug store tor a. 50 cent ibottle ol' "Wyetb's Sage and Sulphur Hair Re- you will get this famous old recipe which can toe depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dan- druff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well known downtown druggist says it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can toll It has been applied. You simply damp- en a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, talcing one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another application or LWO, it he- comes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and abundant. copper bullets. Amass an enormous quantity of won't spofi. "In other the potential- ly, thing-itself; have the capacity, it until the time arrives." SENATOR DIES Charlottetown, Oct. James Edwin Robertson, senator, died at his home in -Montague, last evening, aged 76 years. He had been ill with paralysis for ahout two and 'absent from the senate two sessions, his seat declared va- cant last year. phj iciar is the mtcntor 01 a hollow can in which he carries all the medicine bottles he ordinarily needs to have with him. WILL -SOON HAVE SENT MEN Si. .John, N.B., Oct. last night in the .Imperial Theatre, here, Sir Robert Borden stated: .'When the Canadian troops now ac- tually under orders to proceed across the Atlantic shall have embarked, Ca- nada will have overseas men. In addition, we have in training and oa duty in Canada not less than men. have given and are giving of our best. In .Valor, in initia- tive and resourcefulness, the troops which Canada has sent and will con- tinue to scsd are to none In :he world. Sir Robert and -Lady .Bordeu receivr id a great welcome upon their here. The Premier wu guest of hon- or .at an informal banquet tendered by the" Hon. Mr. Hazen, ONTARIO WOMAN'S FORTUNE Freed From That Weak, Lan- guid, Always Tired Feel- ing, by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. Theaaslon, Ont cannot speak too. highly of your medicine. When my ap petite is poor and'I have that weak, lan- guid, a I way i tired feeling, I bot- tle of Lydia E Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, builds me ap, givea me strength, and re- lealtli again It i trulj A hie ing to women, and T carmot apeak highly enough of it I take picas ore in recommending it to others." Mrs. ANNIE CAMERON, Thessalon, Ont Women who are suffering di tres ing ill peculiar to their ex should not ight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydin E. Pinhham Vegetable Compound to restore their health. Thm ore probably hundreds of thoUr Hands, perhaps millions of womtn in. the United State who have been benefited by1 this famou old remrdy, which produced from roots and herbs fed yean ago by a woman to relieve wo- man'smffermg If you are ickandiMeJ, such a medicine, why don't yon toy It? -j If wait ftirlm Scene from the great emotional The Moth and the at he tmfond. tonight. v, UtrMfetwItl rtAtf MmrMfcy I MM ;