Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE L E TII B IU D.G E I) A I L Y HERA I, D THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 19M THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block Ready For Two Big Days a Host .Special Values in Seasonable Merchandise. Absolutely Unsurpassed. Xo need for n long talk about such splendid savings ;is those; Ilio prices loll a more convincing story Hum words.or elongated state- ments and demonstrate in no uncertain way the saving importance attached to a visit to this store on Friday and Saturday. The Closing Out Sale OF ALL READY-TO-WEAR CON- TINUES. COAT SALE Worth up to Any coat in the stock within the of prices mentioned, on sale ai 314.75 all day Friday and Saturday without any reserve whatever. SUIT SALE Worth up to This sale of suits includes our entire stock Tvorth-up to so that you can have your choice of the very 'best lines at a small outlay. Blacks, navy, grey. Copenhagen, tans, old rose, browns, etc, are the colors. SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES Price to values Handsome dresses in silk messelaines and moires, silk and velvet combinations, serges., crepes -and-.novelty weaves in colors navy, black, Copenhagen, mahogany and other :newest colors SKIRT SALE S6.75 Worth lip to Highest grade and most attractive !skirts in the entire-stock included in this.sale, in navy and iblack'as well aa newest checks and plaids. SPECIALLY PURCHASED BRASSIERES........................ Regular and value. DOGSKIN WALKING GLOVES Regular value NEW STYLE CORSETS 15 e Regular value SATIN AND MOREEN PETTICOATS.................. Worth up to 37.00 SATIN AND SATEEN PETTICOATS Worth up to S2.50 SCOTCH FINGERING YARN................ Regular Pound DRESS GOODS SALE Regular 65c and 75c.. 45e A35cSale FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEATURING REGU- LAR 50c AND 60c VALUES IN SEASON- ABLE NECESSITIES WANTED RIGHT NOW. Ladies' Cashmere Hosiery in plain or ribbed; boys' and girls' school hos- iery in heavy woollen rib, sizes six to ten inch; ladies' vests and drawers fn white, or natural colors; 'Children's un- der waists in fleeced or heavy cambric goods .with buttons, for' all, imdergar- ladies'-cashmere and woollen gloves in-black, white various colors 35c 3 for FORTRESS WHICH FELL TO GERMANS HANDSOME AMOUNT REALIZED AT THE AFFAIR IN THE SONS OF ENGLAND HALL LIEUT. COL. C. M. NELLES C oin man dins' tlic Royal Canadian Dragoons, one of the two mounted regiments with thu First Cnnadlan Expeditionary Force, now In England, on the way to the iroht. The K.C.D. the only regiment 'with the force :hat served as a] regiment in South Africa. It was sent to Africa ns the Canadian Mounted Hides, but was given permission -by tliq War Office, while serving there, to assume the; .Hie- of Royal Canadian NeHes ami many-or his'officers and men saw active serviet- with the corps in Africa. able hands of JMcssrs. Faunch, West- ley, Carr Hob ins, all plying a trade and adding materially to the Xcwipts. The decorations were 'in'the hands of the Sons committee and right The ol the world's1-war on Canadian prices are summed up in a rise 01 the Labor Department's index number from 135 5 as the end of July to HO 7 as worked out at the end of September: These numbers are per- centages of the general level oi prices 1890-99 and axe based on quotations from 372 articles. scat- tered over the whole-field of produc- tion and ooubWEptipn. Most of the rise toot place during the three weess following the declar- dex number up during tlie fast month ahon or war In fact the last half are not oi first importance in con- of September saw general bteadmess sumpt on For example cream oi tat and even a tendency to decline" iri antimony, and quicksilvu: have important articles like grains cattle Though e rise at 5 points Dep.artnien.ta] index ...number and i all .more than doubled, while a nLm- j her or other secordan m the (alcohol solaer sul-phUi to "0 io and London, Oct. civilian travelled down, to the two Canadian camps Bustard and was down on Sa ishur Plains n nue a hit bv Sixtcl mr h intoraobile v ith c goodlv stock latest Canadian pa'pers. The western contingent pal tlcularly was delighted tlieir home papers from'towns all the way from Winnipeg (o-tlie coast..- "Write letters to the boys by all means." says this good Samaratan. "You folks at home in 'them-paper? and as many as -pbssi'bJe. You see a letter iu most cases "brings pleasure to the recipient only, but a newspaper the Sons ami" Daughters of" set out to do anything it may lie. taken for grunted that will be carriedthrough to a success-, fill ccaclusion, and the Trafalgar Day held yesterday afternoon and evening- in the Sons of England, hall well did they carry out their ..work. w.as n6: exception to the rule. j The stalls were all draped indifferent The motto chosen for the affair was designs in the national colors, while Nelson's famous signal, "t'ngland ex- the remaining pcrtion oE the hall .was jiccts that, every man trfiifi day will well .filled with festoons- of paper. do his and -right well was the flowers, ..the valuable pictures 6n the motto lived up to. j walls helping niaU'rialljviii tlie whole At three o'clock the liall was well filled ami'Mayor ilanlie, in ,-declaring j the to Ihu purpose for which it was being arid for which the ladies had been working so industriously during the past month. He congratulated tbe societies OIL their magnificent: dis-.'ance all" the practically play, and appealed to those present everything, was disposed of by, that to do their part and to purchase the time. goods as" far as their means would! Congratulations are due to the able, allow, He wished'; them "Gad speed under the chairmanship of, anil :i 'great The Imperial :F. -T. Robins. They-worked'hard, and1 orchestra of six- pieces, under the are gratified with thc.-'Success o! this, leadership .Uaskell, affair. Speaking-to .the chair-1 "Rule lirittania" .and numerous orh- i-'mah this the .Herald Icarus er patriotic airs, not forgetting the that the receipts the. neigh-' ________ nbpuhr "It's a long wav to Tipper- jiornood of nearly' the whole of a.nd th stall! ccpers is clear for tb" relief who per cent, .of most battalions receiving 'hustling to supply, the numerous buy-, fund, For which cause the bazaar was' A general view of Antwerp and a view from quay Van Dyck showing the Cathedral. lar scheme. The Leicester Electric Co.. very kindly put in the, illuminations without cost to the and the. whole elTect was remarkably pretty, one. v; The bazaar remained .open.until jn p. in., yood crowds being in attend-. commodities passel around s men from the etc) marked, it is not without precedent and rubber went up j-apidlj Canadian prices during tie fade but prarticaln boom oi 1912 ent up at as fast m Seotember Flour is per with almost equal rapid tv, and thb naPs tht- most important loodstun readjustment of prices at the close that has saown a tendencj to decline oi 1911 sent the index number up 4 ful! anal; sis of tbe pncts move f _______ _ went same district untl it is nell nlyi Tin thumbed to b is points in a single month. several articles'which have ed very nuteria ly to sending the m It has also "to be remembered that' appearing inline current issie ot th" o' wfcich the Depart- Labor Gazette. Retail prictb _. __. _ Yesterday by far tlie greater part lined just of' erery Canadian brigade undertook marching and away across the west plain a long indistinct, line could be moving sloirly. In naif an hour or the line becomes more distinct and the skirl of the is heard, sinuous moving mass resolving itself into the H ghland brigade marcl mg in meat by groups of ebmmoditks REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a conctutrated liquid food Tea and Collee are m no wise foods Iircountries wheie beer is used as ajable bever- age, dyspepsia is practiuilly unknown So is slomach trouble in general In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants hus in no wise impaired the value of "Albcita s, Pride tbe most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to oui "Brewery and we will show you. to those who value strong digestive orgjns we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and lecommond it (o convalescents because it is a tonic HE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PtiONE 554 ment is receiving quotations for over 30 articles; in every town of and upwards in have been on the whole steady in 'September after the first upward movement fol- three 'day passes. Scotland ular will receive many prodig sons lien proceeding to Scotland, or Tre- land have an for travelling allowed them. Lord itoberts is expected to visit1 the contingent tomorrow, Friday, andj Lord Kitchener- will inspect the tingent later. 'TIT FOR TAT Tlie old1 man's wife was getting a .carriage, and be neglected' to'assist? liar. are not so gallant, Joan, _ as when you were a boy she exclaimed in -gentle rebuke. was his readv response oriJ you are not. so 'buoyant as when'you' were a Heart Review. rrs I lorn this tune up to Cue o the hall was pj.c'iod ind the ij the piles good th nrs reluccd was nrj 1 !IG home niadc pnstn apions and dolls 1 ome nidde candy anil the iancy stalls 'were in chaise of t HolleLt-i Cirr Dell riuncli si en -and-.Meredith Mrs, Pcarsra handled the rum mags whit tie dlterncon tei deuartmcnt! sas in charge of tits lames idsou I3n in i g 1 aiuiLh u and "Miss Harrison The old nc fortune held. Red Ticket No.' .42was oE.tho hand made shawl and, the er can bjaye same by apply ins to IWib Holbfrtbu fl369th 3 DIFFERENT he ever asked Cor a kias since the first one' hv no dear. He just teller did a roarin rr1 reiJ ng the tndcr, Mrs Vin and the arils m a pleas ng nnnner 1 he wciphmg machine lucl j dip, e ectnc shock iml rafiie departments were m tht SHIFTING THE BLAME Annier-Do' you lifre his dancing? 'but T wish he tread on my often! size shoe.dp you wear'' quarter rib'bon- like formation advances -from a sec- ond point aad a -third appears from yet another Quarter, for General Aid- erson has expressed hfs desire to meet the division, or as many as can I lowing the Avar. In flour, .ami sugar s'nort notice. The par- mrther advances occurred in me- t ot fade is quite in ormal they can com the cities, but in other cbmmoditie: prices were quiet. Rents were 'down- w ard in some fifteen. localities throughout the -Dominion. It is interesting to m. Eng- land the economist's index number went up (i per cent, during August, j the rise being greatest in foodstuds (and m minerals while the i index number went" up fram 82 1 at "the end July to at the end of August. .Bcadstreet's index'number for tlip Lnited States eni up 12 ter cent in August, hut his eased slighth smcfi The crest of the high puces uaie seems to come about luo or weeks after declaration of war, the LIEUT, COL. J. E. COHOE OE Welland, Out., who commandg ah infantry brigade of 3000 men iri the Cmadian Contingent now in in any sort of unif'orraj he added. Several too far away on route marches to attend but all .the same it is a mighty square of clad humanity which avraits. the Canadian commander. General AMerson, if the term may be pardoned, ia one ot the jovial look- ing sort of big pots. As he-travels through .the camp he returns tlie salute of passing privates with punc- tilious regularity and there is also a subtle air of geniality in his''acknow- ledgement of suclr compliments which lere Hers ai preciate To day after some time in inspecting the muster, he .mounts an ammunition wagon and addresses the men. He how he appreciated the honor of cofiimandifig the Canadians in South Africa and the pleasure1 he fimla m heading contingent now gather ed on Salisbury Plains, Then follows the most momentous statement of "A wet" canteen will be established-.at tbe end of the weofr. Tell it not in gath, 'hut this announcement met with cheers. Parade is dismissed soon! after. While oh the subject of canteen' j !acilities it mav- be mentioned that' he only, licensnd house for miler around is an inn at Bustard which has j 3een out of bounds since Monday. Princess Patricia's regiment, who are away from the general body of- the contingent, have; had a "wet" canteen ever since their arrival here. They also had a wet canteen at Levis, but Valcartier was 'idry" throughout. Some of the men who did not like Valcartier, said hard things about it, are modifying their views now they have reached Salisbury and hcgin to appreciate that no matter where the camp is fixed there must be short- comings One thing in which in i doiitble sense, shows over Salisbury v as in being lighted with rlectncitj The water supply at Salisbun ft aitl, ig not up to that at Valcai ler Leave 'starts today, as many as 20 Food Appienhcnsi.c ovci food slioitage Hie London press is advising the 1-niJUsh peo- ple to save and utilue ever} aihcle ol loot! value, including (he br.m coating oi gram Whj' Ihc oiitei coat ol gi.nn holds tiic pucious mineral elements which means so much in vital bmle'ing and up-keep ot tndv, biam and neivcs And jet the modern millei throws out about ioui fiitlib ot lood elements just to make the flour white and pretty! Isn't it astounding that it took war to wake people up to such a fearful waste! Nciih twcnh vcais ugo the crjing nrel of a loorl which would fill the lack caused aj fioiu pioducts led la the making ol wondcifullv nourishing and food (.outlining all Hie nutnnicnt Of wheat and bailcj, including the vital imnual elements, just as natii'O designed them for our use. v A dailj lalion of this cusp, wholesome, food along with oihci food will soon prove Grape-Nuts by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Poslum Cereal Co., Lid.. Windsor, Out.