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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Of Fashionable Apparel for Men and Women DON'T MISS THIS WIND UP OF THE MOS T POWERFUL TRADE ATTKACTIO-X: THE SEASON.x Come Tomorrow. The .sale is nearly over and ;i better buyingtmte .you'll never have. Daily we-arc selling' almost twice as many goods as in any past sale event. The sal? is now in Its final days out its departure will witness a crowning1 climax to the season's most phenomenal value That means values ami JUOIT. timely bargains; That's the secret of the success of this Great Forced Sale. Come and invite to furthermore we promise you the most irresistible values yon have ever been offered. Better Saturday Night ends it. Here's Just a Hint at MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED NATURAL WOOL COM- BINATION SUITS, very warm and durable. .j fig .Regular J3.00 values. Forced Sale Pries 1-iVW MEN'S FINE TWO PIECE UNDERWEAR in nice line sort quality pf natural wool. Medium weight, worth up to .per Forced Sale Price MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SWEATERS .MEN'S SUPER QUALITY NATURAL WOOL UNDER- WEAR In medium to heavy weights. These are very fine superior goods, are warm-and comfortable and very-ser- viceable. Two piece garments or combination suits. Worth up to per Forced Sale Price MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SWEATERS, iu Brown, Ma- roon, Grey, Blue and Tan, also in combination cf colors. All good heavy Winter weight wool sweaters, worth up to Forced Sale Price MEN'S WINTER NIGHT GOWNS MEN'S NIGHTGOWN'S made froiu superior quality of heavy soft Flannelette, in either plain white or assorted patterns at dainty stripes. up to Forced Sale Price of the Bargains. This is i? a Stupendous Event..Unlimiteelip. its Scope for Saving MEN'S OVERCOATS ONE SMALL LOT OF MEN'S TWEEDS, assorted colors, made from gcod quality of tvreed. Values up to TH! Forced Safe Pries a xrf MEN'S TWEED SUITS, made from good durable heavy materials. Worth from 312.50 to Forced Sale Price 8 MEN'S. FINE WORSTED SLUTS, made from all wool quali- ties of fine English 'worsted, assorted patterns colors. These suits are stylishly cut and well tailored. Worth from 515.00 to 320.00. Forced Sale Price........ 3? B Ua i MEN'S FINE WORSTED AND SERGE SUITS, brown and 'black, beautiful Quality of material, i Worth Forced Sale Price.....'.-......... m MEN'S HIGH GRADE SCOTCH'TWEED SUITS ill the now- cst Fall and Winter designs. These suits are great favorites this'season and are considered excellent value >3 ifi> ill Forced Sale i X 3 MEN'S EXTRA HIGH GRADE WORSTED AN'o TWEED SUITS, made from best quality imported materials, tailored in the very lafest styles. Y'orUi from 530.00 to SJ5.00. Forced Sale.Prics a MEN'S BEST QUALITY READY-TO-WEAR suits nre made from very finest quality imported worsted and t'.veeds and the workmanship js equal to that of custom tailored These suits are the very latest and the most able iu every way. Worth from to Forced Sale Price................. 520.55- S 10.75 i made f with Pen MEN'S HEAVV DOUBLE BREASTED TWEED OVER- COATS made from good materials and lined with a sorgo lining. Worth CR Forced Sale Price MEN'S OVERCOATS made from assorted heavy fancy; tweeds and black (beavers in Chesterfield ami Ulster styles.1 Regular values, to Forced Sale Price i MEN'S FUR COLLARED CpATS, shell made from heavy black quality English .Melton lined with Persian Lamb cloth, Black Bear collar. Worth ?25. Forced Sale Price................... MEN'S FINE CHINCHILLA OVERCOATS and brown, some made with shawl roll collars, lined throughout with choice quality mohair serge regularly from to 4 A Forced Safe Price........................ IHalK) MEN'S FINE BLACK BEAVER. OVERCOATS, ALSO :DARK GREY coats are made from 'choice imported materials and are .lined with serge which makes a beautiful finish and none more sor- The coats in this lot are worth 4 C CC from to Forced Sale Price.. 4P I MEN'S OVERCOATS made from imported fancy beav- ers arid Chinchilla golf lined, a. very-high grade' garment. Worth to forced-.Sale-.'Price........................ FEENCH TROOPS ENTBEMJHEB NEAR SOISSON8 tDBfJll II SUING r! ;OF'A REVISION The fighting near'SoissoDS has been in" the nature of aa artillery duel to a great extent and the 1 time to "dig themselves: in." ifantry have Edmonton, Oct.1 Honor rjble Duncan Marsha tec of Agrluul- f lure, laid on i an- interim rtv pcit L'oveiiig the work uf the De- partment fcr Iheypresent year. 'I'bs raj'oi'L siiovrs a steady advance along hues ui departmental WCEK. j- 'Ihe educational of the depart-j mtnt stana uU. in a striking man-j The shoit course schcois ol which tiiere were nine held' duriuir 191-i, did gcod work in that they save the lai'SJiers siid i-heir sees outlying districts an opportunity to see typical aniir.als. of the leading j to learn the desiraole and' umlesirah'e couCcnnE-ticns of horses'' ami tutt c. Thiii was pcssiijii) Lcca'jsc five airloads oi the stoci oi tile' province was carried for instruct ;oa purposes. This was supplemented by j. thti champion st2tr from the Fat ytoc.i Show, sad, a champion i drr.ft hcise. Twelve- new .Agricultural 1 Societies been organised this! vcar. On several occasions the French and British artillery have been si This'picture gives a gcocri-iflea- oi destroying provision; trains, and Oct. maga- line L'Opinion, published an account of .von 'Kindt's-stay 6, written by ap eye- which it appears that a Very trifling .cause, perhaps, con- tributed most materially to the Allies' victory on the Uaroe. On arising, says the .-writer, the German commander, was very -cheerful, and consumed a{ huge' meal, drinking a good deal of j champagne. He tftlkod freely with the inhabitants, informing them that! he expected to be in Paris ia four' days, as the battle -was nearly won; tbfc French Tvere retreating louthward, and the British, were being pursued to the southwest.. -He'assured all who pleased him that they would benefit favor when they became Ger- mans, as they soon would. ,_ day a military band gave a after luncheon, General von remarking its "'next per- formance would be on the-boulevards Toward evening.jilg cheerfulness di- minished. Tne.newB arrived, that the 7 French retreat had beenT flopped, 'while the. French -werp turning on tclair purtuers The German head qVaftefs unuBiiRHj most agitated. Suddenly, at a time when the arrival of niwMngora was i.-alrooet the activity 'ed major out, ut- fesful threati of he wopld do unless tba w Imttttjlately turned on hut It WM flwfl fMB< that i