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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH'BRIDGE DAILY HEHAtl) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. REMEMBER: THE SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION OF GOSSARD CORSETS at this store all day tomorrow. Evtry woman In this city cordially Invited. You will not be aiked to buy. Come and see the superior points ofs this famous corset demonstrated .by an expert. The Ladies' Store WE SELL FOR CASH SATURDAY WILL BE THE BIG DAY OF THE MID-SEASON SALE Every department in the .lore nwrslu.lling ils strongest and most enticing values, and surpassing all competition for .lowest prices, assortments and quality of merchandise. No Old Shop-Worn Goods. Nothing marked up to Mark Down much below present market value the advances were put on. TOMORROW IS TO BE THE BIG DAY. SOLD OUTLINES HAVE BEEN REPLENISHED WITH BETTER GOODS AND SCORES OF NEW LINES HAVE BEEN ADDED WHICH ALMOST DOUBLE THE PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR DOLLARS. SHOP IN THE MORNING IF POSSIBLE. BIG SAVINGS IN THIS LIST OF EVERY DAY NEEDS aOc Underwear, Vests and Drawers, in splendid quality garments for Jjt 35c TURKISH TOWELS 25c Heavy brown Towels in very strong and dur- able quality. and Crepe Kimonas in a lovely range of colors and A 50c HOSIERY 35c Ribbed woollen and cashmere, also line lisle goods in sizes from 6 to 10 inches. 15c and ISc COTTONS Fine long cloth, cam- bric and in full yard width. Corsets on Sale Splendid fitting models in various styles for stout, slender and QC_ medium figures........... 17 JC BRASSIERES 65c Three new and per- fect fitting styles, front or back adjustment. Sateen Petticoats Extra good quality, moderately wide Colors black, navy, plum, etc...................... ' GOLF JACKETS Si.15 Various colors' in this lot, all in ladies' sizes. 79c FLEECED SLEEPERS 75c All the wanted sizes up to 10 years, extra heavy and warm. Dollars Go Farthest Here Suits, Coats, Skirts Dresses In the largest and most attractive showings over shown iby this the lowest prices. Every garment will bear your closest-investigation. 26.00 30.00 13.75 19.00 22.50 27.00 30.00 3J5 1125 517.50 to NEWEST Selling at and Selling at and 537.50 NEWEST Selling at....................- 516.50 and NEWEST Selling at......................... NEWEST Selling at and NEWEST Selling and NEWEST Selling at......................... and NEWEST Selling at.............-----........ and SKIRTS in Tweeds and some Serges selling at and SPECIAL; COLLEC- TION of Dresses selling at.........., We make Alterations and Guarantee the Fit. GREAT SAVINGS IN ADVANCING LINES THAT YOU SHOULD NOT MISS 75c Dross Goods, pure wool hair line serges in navy and Copenhagen, and tine grey serges and neat brown and navy checks 58c ings BLACK MESSE- LAINE Superior finish, heavy weight, beautiful qual- ity silk, yard wide. 15c and 18c FLANNELETTE 1254C White and colored stripes, a new special lot for Saturday. ,.1.75 and' .Tweed Suitings, 54 inch goods in excellent quality and best combination color- i 40c and 45c RIBBONS 25c Six inch widths, ex- cellent quality, moire and plain lalTcta and Duchcsse. Trimmed Hats r A Most'be'coming and artistic styles in a variety of sonic forty odd styles........... FLANNELETTE. BLANKETS Size 00x76, lieaN'A1 weight, grey or white. 35c KIMONA VELOUR asc Splendid selection of colors and designs. and Hats This lot includes nil our best grade Trimmed Hais, 30 odd to choose from, no two alike D.lD HAND BAGS 14 A splendid collection up lo regu- lar, black colors. Goods are AH of Standard Quality1 Wfiy Papal Crown Appears on Stamps Ottawa, complaints to the effect that Canada was display- ing the papal" its postage stamps having reached the Prime Min- ister, an explanation of the matter been furnished by the post office department, and was today. .The complaints made were atons the Sines of those ventilated some time ago in connection with the alleged presence of the papal crown on .Ca- nadian flags. A letter received from a Montreal man asked on what autii- oritv-in the design of the postage stamps a change had been made in the cross surmounting the crown appears in the upper left hand 'corner from a ilaltese cross to a papel one. Enclosed was a clipping from a newspaper which claimed that the Roman CathcIIi church was get- ting ready by degrees to take posses- sion of the state. A reply has-been made by Dr. R.-JI. Coulter, deputy postmaster-general. He points out that on the death of Queen Victoria it was decided to place the crown on Canadian stamps, and submit the design to the King. The same course was followed when King at his coronation, known as the St. Edward crown, as placed on the new stamp issued here at the time, a de- sign having first been submitted to the King and approved by him. The stamp has. been so issued ever since no change of any kind having j ever been made. The department- states that the change ia the crown approved of by King Edward to the one approved of by King George was made without any outside influence of any kind being esterted. Any claim of ulterior influ- ence having been brought to bear in 'regard to 5s is without any founda- tion. "The stamp has been univer- sally approved as being the most handsome stamp in the British Do- minions, and nothing was ever said against it until the issue was 'raised Nothing so good as fresh homemade bread PURIty FLOUR i "More Bread and Better i ir reasons of its says Dr. Coul- Letters have also been received from time to time drawing attention to the alleged use of the papal crowa on the Canadian flag. In this connec- tion an explanation has been afforded by .Sir Joseph Pope, undersecretary i of state for external affairs. He points out that there is no such thing as a-Canadian flag- What is so call- ed is the red ensign with the addition of the Canadian arms, and which is probably intended only for use on the water. Large numbers of flags were recently supplied by Japanese -manu- facturers. .Unfortunately the Japan- ese designers .in their ignorance had combined the Canadian and royal coat of a result which was neither, nor which has any real the papal arms.' Teutons Pushing Back the Serbs Cranbrook, Oct. __ Lead Queen and other mines in Berlin, Oct. 21, via Austro-German army of Invasion in Serbia, is pushing back the Serbians over the entire altho.ugh the Teutonic advance is slow. The War .Office stated that the Serbians had i been, driven out of the strongly forcl- on the fied positions near Rhinij. The Bui- garians also have made a further ad- NEGRO ARRESTED Edmonton, Alia., Oct. E. Leek, a negra( who .was recent'iy re- leased from the Mounted" Police guard room at Fort Saskatchewan, after serving a sentence of two months for breaking and entering, has been ar- rested hy the Mounted Police us a suspect in the murder of Noah A. Hoo- ver, a 70-year-old recluse and United States army pensioner. Deceased liv- ed over a mile south of J.un'xins, and 15 miles from Entwistfe, on the O.T.P. Urge Free Wheat Windermere neighborhood will be in vance, full swing by the first oi November lor thereabouts. Gangs are busily en- gaged in building the necessary roads j and trails leading to the various pro-" i parties. T. J. Scanlon district deputy qC the Knights of Columbus, was a vis- Ottawa, Ont., Oct. T. C. 1 itdr to Cranbrook this week; At the premier of Manitoba, accom- last meeting" of the local Knights the d b R D T'homton rainis. following officers were installed: J Grand Knight, J. E: Kennedy Dep- ter of Education for the province, and uty Grand Knight, >V- H. Mayor Waugh of Winnipeg, waited! J. J. Martin; Chancellor, upon Hon. W. T. White, minister of JM, J. Ellard Financial Secretary, Finance, yesterday afternoon, and pre- C. C. Connolly Worden, J.' McDon- seated the claims of the province for 'aid; Guards, J. Rudnicki and J. free wheat. Conroy Recorder] J. CU.laghan; That there is more food value in one acre of beets than in lour oi wheat is the .contention of German I agricultural scientists. treasurer, F. Sheridan. School Meeting The Man Who i? now Making our SAUSAGE Has been making Sausage for 30 years in Glasgow. We have told.-him to dcf his use the best meat, to spare no expense and to exer- cise the greatest care. He is now turning put a brand of Sausage that for quality cannot he excelled. We'invite you to try it. -.We have all PORK MIXED, BOLOGNA, SCOTCH.BRACON, HEAD'CHEESE, BLOOD, FRANKFURTER, ETC. Let us send you sonic with your Sunday Meat Order. Mr. Norris clearly presented the ar- glinierits in favor of abolishing the Canadian duties ou wheat, and wheat Notices have been posted at Inver- products, -entering Canada from the mere calling a meeting of the rate- united States in order that advantage i payers and freeholders ot that school might be taken'of the offer in the district togcthir for the. afternoon; of son Tariff Act of the free entry ot Ca- Saturday, the 23rd to consider nadian wheat into the United States. j the question of acquiring the ties- These arguments, he dedlared, never ent school the acre and wore so strong as they are today when a half of land which surrounds it. the west has a crop of unparalleled Other questions are also up for dis- 5ize ana quanty. cussion, notably the 'question of ar- Mn Norris presented figures show- in the future lor higher education of children in MEAT SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW Choice Selection of Beef, Pork Veal Spring Lamb, Spring Chicken and Fowl le Independent Meat Market Phone 635 4O5 5th St. S. district. Further Restrictions The provincial government author- JJC ing the spread In prices between Win- nipeg and Minneapolis, since the be- ginning of the crop movement, point- ing out that the Winnipeg'prices Iind" ranged from 6 to 12 cents lower than' ANAEMIC PEOPLE ities have issued instructions to the those prevailing In Minneapolis. residents of the tenderloin district that in -future they will he allowed to visit in the city on Friday aftsr- noons only, from 3 to 4. Heretofore the1 painted beauties were allowed to j roam at will in the city, day and night. During the visit of the Hon. W. J. IJqwser and Hon. W. U. Ross this matter was taken up with Need More Iron In the Blood. If you are anaemic, you need more iron in your Mood, and the tell-tale the symptoms are a pale heads of the government by the local ashen finger nails) poor circula- clergymen, who asked for some mea-.tion, and short ibreath, and more sure of'restriction. "rious diseases arc easily contracted when in this condition. Mr. W. H. Hodges, of Kansas City, i Mo., suffered ef-j fects of "had blood, was run-down, j headaches and did not feel DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 TRAVERS NEWS AHa., Oct: and Mrs. Greiner have gone to California Carl Greenan Is fixing up the Greeh- improvement and its 'continued use1 janbjilldlng for agents'.clothirig store. b R m blood and my fcel The Ladles' Aid will hold their ifa magic." bazaar, chicken pie supper and con-1 ou-Mts Oj p0or, devitalized cert on November 12.' I blood cannot be overestimated, and it Vra. Taylor's sister arrived on Sat- [s ino pgptonato iron and the true iirday's train to sjjcnd the winter here. ijver extracts contained in Vinol, Mrs. Qaul sold her farm to Mr. together with beef peptone, that en- i Kane, recently. She and the children riches the blood, improves the' clr-i are golnp to.-Montana. dilation and in this natural manner) Mr. and Mrs.' Charter leave next week for the Panama Exposition, San ranclsca them. Elnw; OfB .solng with builds up health-anrt litiangth. -Try It on our guarantee. .1. D. [iiginboth-j .am Limited, vertlsemeni. The Meat Must Be Good When Orders Are Filled By Phone Our entire Lothbriclge business is done by 'Telephone. You can see that the quality of qur'Meats must be right or we could not hold the trade of sonic of tiie most particular peo- pie in the Isn't it easy to PHONE 492 And bo Sure of Satisfaction. The Alberta Meat Market i The Ettafelltritd Meat Market in the Oily. AYc Dto Business by Phone; ;