Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 191-1 THE LETHBIUDGK UAILT HKKALD PAGE NINE Ifylands .TheBusy Store The army of satisfied buyers is.growing larg- '.er and lauger. every day. Tliere. has teen no lull in the proceedings. and Saturday we propose to -annihilate the pi-ices on every line that >ve''lrave. placed on iilie bargain-tables. a-liint as to the line of action for the closing days: for the balance of 200 yards of. Dress Goods and Silks that usually sell for G5 75c a yard. Friday bargain only. Clearing Out 100 Pairs of Nemo Corsets at Practically Cost Prices Here is a splendid opportunity to buy high grade Corset at the price of the .ordinary. The K.erao factoivy have advised us to clear out certain numbers. .They cull them "discontinued models." To- .and Saturday you can have your choice of 100 Nemos at what 'they cost us. This offer good until Saturday night only. FOR NEMOS, RE- GULAH up to A self reducing Corset for short and medium 24 to 33. .Only 12 pairs of this line. FOH OUfl REG. 50 LINES. NO, 306 NEMO ON rtfi SALE AT A regular corset tor slight and medium figures, long skirt, low bust, sizes 20 to 23. x NO. 505 NEMO ON SALE AT model, anotlier re model, elastic bands. up to 85. Sizes Another popular model., high bust and reducing straps, regu- lar 56.00, sizes up to 28. Ladies! Have you purchased any of Rylands and Shoes at We have been "house cleaning" in our Shoe Department anil have; taken all odd lines, odil sizes, and placed them together with 50 pairs of sample slioes! Your choice ot Patent, Gunmelal, Suedo and Oloth Top Shoes, 3 to 8% sizes. Worth .up to Sample Lace Curtains at Half Price pairs of real good Semp.le Lace Curtains that have been slight- ly soiled through handling and display. Theee curtains are mark- ed at and Sale prica and Big Discount on Every Girl's Coat Too many. Girls' '.Coats 3 to 12 year sizes, so. bring down your girl tomorrow or Saturday- and we will give yon a. i-eal bargain. The aesortinent is too great for special mention. .Sale prices 00, 300 00, 50 and 00 Conducting a Real Cut-Price Sale KELICS OF Til 15 GERMAN' KET.IU5AT Some visitors to tho battlefield of the Battle or the Marno picking ui> interesting relics of the German rutrctrt. A number of Gernian rifles arc- aeon in the foreground. LATE KING CLARLES OF ROUMANIA PRIEST COMPLETELY DAZED Chicago, Oct. Rev. Father I. J. Mullen, tho priest who stabbed .T. W, Patterson, at Hillside, Tuesday, still In a dazed condition at thf jail today. He was brought from. Hillside last.night He. eaW he had not the faintest memory.-of having stabbed Patterson. Mullen recently was 'appointed pro- curator general of the Missionary dar oE the Precious He. expect- ed to so to Roma soon to take up tho duties of the office le Mr Mis Mr Mr for, toinorrc'-.v 1J. Bowman. J. Gihson. B. Hill. "Whose death may change Ron- mania's attitude in the present wai one of neutrality to-one of hb; UUty. NIGHT LIFE IN BERLIN Montgomen rf tie Xcv; j _tnn Hotel Ins ic i c! tha an-1 riouncement igc of litei iheu c V clcrson, i n to Mi s i Eza! t 1 i Kir i t Hot Su. Mr. J. B. Wilkie and his bride of a on Tuesday aft-ftr- rc i froni torojto 1 re a royal at the station by a number of friends, an si dashed away TO 11 pel t lol Hall, HOB 7th avenue, where Mr. Wilkie fonntrl) rr ucl Her were 'treated to a Teast'of dainties, and il D of po 1 cl ip nl gooii cheer. The aft air was very informal, '-though private. Those present were -Mr. and Sirs. Wilkie, .Mr. C. C. Pag- nuelo, Mr. W. D.. KiriR, and Mr. T. H cCr ifh Mr ml Vr Wilkie r sUc m tl" Vutorn "M nsions. Mr an I Mrs T 2i St. north, e-ntertaincd a few friends in honor af their silver woddi Games and music'were- enjoyed-till early hours of. the morning. Spurious Gayety Gooo on Daspltc ths- War London. Oct. 17. Tha London. -Tunes punts a description bjr i- t trA oE life in Berlin, in-.'the course of ivhlch it says keeps open many places ot until the early hours of the morning and the tid.3 not made anj in this Wliat IB known as night fife in Eor- 3in Tor.yeirs past tl c i-s j to and'Mrs element in Berlin has b en oaooljita atmougb Watmougb hs Fitelli '-ameis all fch- taay ro in 1 on night at the schoolroom west of the river. About sixty friends gathetietl wish 3Iiss Sauntlcrs many happy of the day, aiuLa very pleas- ant evening was in songs and .dancing. M'emfiers otv.-ihc Kipp h the- music the most notorious features. COL. W1GLE GETS COMMISSION London Ont Oct' Col Wigle G of Wind'-oi is to be of the command of the infantry rtguicnt to Le rai-Ld in the first GosUll 01 thu Kegureat Capt nrilitary district for the nest contlug Gaskell is a cousin ol J. B. Gaskell. 771g'e is eonnnanflfng tha weir known violinist of this city, .officer of the Twenty-first Esses Fus 'and a awi of Capt. Upton ol illers, ana is an ex-mayor of Windsor. Ingqtsley Hall, Cheshire. Mr Oha" V atmougli Mr and Mis Fred Senior, Mr. Wilfred. Firth aiid Miss Saimders Among tlia British oiricsrs wounded in Francs was ,Capt. G. R. Loyeys was drowned In the Western Newidopdlaud, while trying to salvage "n'rcckage Women and Children the German Applies it Clubs and Societies be gratifying to many to learn that the A.Y.P.A. of St. Gyp- rian'g phurch has nrrang-ed with Dr. Pundondld to have -that gentleman deliver his lecture "dod's Diamonds on'Monday Cyprian's Church, There will ;be no charge for admission, but a collection will be taken. Make this your engagement for Monday night. The Women's Missionary Societies of the Macleod and. dis tricts will hold their ;first convention m ley church iu this on the afternoon and evening of October the Tha program indicates that tho sessions..will be of great interest. :The sessions are open to all the laities of the Missionary Societies of liB churches and anv of ers interest- I Men will also he welcome at a spe- cial session in the eiening il which Mrs Ailliur Earner of Cal gary speak :There was a good attendance at. tho Latiies' Aid at St. Andrew's yestcr- The membeislup contest cltised'with thirty new memhers. Tnc winning side ivas led by "Virs Bui pitt The losing ude will furnish tho at the to next .week, the winning side will supply the program husmess was tnuBacted in coun ction tha fcazaar to'be held at.-.Burgmann's Hall on'Nov. 24th. W Tho Daughters and. Maids of Eng- land Sowing club at Mrs Wakolui s on J riday at 3 o clod so that all, business in connection with tho bazaar may bo settlod. Evtiryono make a special effort to at- tend, .Tlw. Intermediate Endea- vor of St. AndroTi-'B bhuroh will hold their rnKting on Friday evening, Oct. 23rd, at 7 o'olock. Dr. Dundonald will addrtss the meeting, tnbint na Ills topio To be strong m ftust be tsmpted Why 7" 111 the meirters requested to be present and to bring many Mods as they can All younf peoplf IM cordiilly U- This is where people will shop Saturday-Read! List of Good Things To Eat That Will Be Eagerly Read This is the dcpirtment which Is reducing the high cost of living In Lcth- bridgc. Read thlc has thin section offered better values, and novor at. a more opportune time: 20 ibs. Sugar for SI.60 with Every Grocery Order 100 pound ulattd Sugar 20 ulated 8. sack Gran- 2 tins Tomatoes JSGm 3 Blzfc for.. i ih tall tin Horseshoe Brand Salmon...... BaiiJ' Pols Napthu Soap, -box of 10 bare for.......... 10 tins of St. Cliarlcs No. 1 Applos, lUcIntosh Reas, Wagners John- sionB, 0 ]bs. SMOKERS' SPECIALS Cigars, eels- brated Drand S [or AquiHo Cigars Couch, 3 for.. Extra Specials I lb. HUDSONA TEA, No. 2 Blend and 1 sack Granulated 61) Sugar for.. t II JlcVittie Price's Old Country GINGER SNAPS per pound.....I Sf w BACON BACKS, per piece, per pound 'taivv BACON BACKS sliced, per bb. DON'T FORGET, 20 L3S. 6UGAR FOB WITH EVERY PURCHASE. Men's Wear News worthy of note ll notch collars; J only in this Smart Tweed Overcoats M e n s T e e u Overcoats, hand- some cloths in season's newest styles, and lot; all sizes. Regular values up to 515; W-99 Men's Pants; Whipcords and Corduroys Men's Whipcord and Corduroy Pants in a bar- gain whirl. All shades; cut with side straps, belt loops and cuffs; all sizes. Regular for. Boys' New Fall Suite Boys' Suits in good dark and medium shades of im- ported Tweeds. Browns, greys and mixed effects; sizes up to 35; values to J7.50. Just Men's Heavy Underwear Men's heavy ribbed Pure Wool Underwear unshriulc- able, all sizes. Regular ?2.- 50; per suit Hundreds of Sliced Will March Out This Week End. at These Prices: MEN'S AMERICAN ELK BOOTS paira. of- r'Men'B American Elk Boots in black and tan, watecproof, strong, good-looking work boots, vRegular price ?4.00 for LADIES' BROWN VICI KID BOOTS Ladies' Brown Vlci Kid Button Boots; very smart last, heat rounded toe. All stzes. Regular price- for Buys an Art Wool 'if I? Rug, size 9'x9', Tomorrow Just five of these reversible two ply Art Wool Squares, all wool, green or tan colorings; lees than V? price. Regular and rtft Size 3x0. While they A Table of Dishes at 20c A table'of Dishes, white and gold coffee crEpa and saucers, baby plates, jugs, sugars, OAft pie dishes and oddments; just Cretonnes Just 22c Yard Cretonnes that sold all tho way to 40c; pieces in all, pretty designs and colors, 33 ins. wide; rose, blue, tan, SILK RIBBONS 6" all Silt Ribbons, 18 different colors, just jier yard............ CASHMERE HOSE Ladies' plain Cashmere Hose in black only, sizes 8% to 10. Per pair CANDY TREATS AT THE POPULAR CANDY COUNTER Turkish DeUglit, lb....2oc Mixed Chocolates, Barbas Almoads, Hand-made Caramels. .25c Tungsten Lamps Tungsten Lamps, give a brllllantr aconomtail light. ..Prices: 25 Watts...30c 40 Watts..40c 60 ,Watta..50fl Ladies Will Appreciate This Sale of Suits 15 of these Ladies' Suits to clear out this week end. Newest 'shades styles; all new-tins sea- son. Values all the way to ?3ii.OO Coats This line of Ladies' Tweed- Coats, in .very pretty mrted effects; velvet collar and cuffs. Colors tan, grey blue. Her. J17.60 .....512.85 Blouses ladies' White Voile Blouses, made of fine sheer voile'-with daint- ily embroidered fronU; high collar sleeve. Reg. 11.76 ..........9So SAMPLE MAKERS' SALE THIS WEEK END A manufattunfi of Handkerchiefs, hundreds of then on sale, all Qualities In tha lot Including Nottingham lace trim- med and hand made MaderUu Worth in ngular-mv, from 5e to JS69 Clearing at to BOYS' WIOOL HOSE iSpTJF RIBBED 85o 50 pairs tiese Beys' BOM-to hurry ont tomorrow. These heavy ribbed wool. AK from 6 to 10. Week Bad i Special THE KAISER' ANGER The otory is ibeing told (says n London correspondent) that when the ser was told o{ the British Army's escape at Msubeuge he wat so incens- ed that he hurled Ins field glasses with co'nBiderable force full' into the face The officer is now n the hospital minus several teeth and with, a badlv broken nose SIGN MANUAL OF FRIENDSHIP A Burnloy tramcar conductor wlio served in the King'i Own Royal Lan- caster .md has arri.od homo states. The manual of frleadsnip be- twcsn tile f'rsncli and tho English sol- dier was the a cioss on tho throat, tolcatlns their wish to the Kaiser. NINE OF FAMILY Sir Charley Cayier, Bt., head at the frrm of Cayier, Irtas. and .of Qlasffow, owners of the Hn9t hM nine members of Ills family serving in the forces ot tho Crown. Thetwo best known are his Admir- al Sir John Jeltlcoe and Admiral den. The othpr HTOD (thno MDK; two an< two all holi ;