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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19M T I! E. LET II G D A I L Y II E JJ A M) Rylands Co. The Busy Store Rylands Co. The Crowds still keep coming to this Cut Price Sale of New Fall Merchandise Tomorrow Rush Bargains On sale from 8.3O until 1 o'clock TEA TOWELLING, pure linen, rod or 'blue chock, per yard IV VELVETEENS In plain shades, also TIUIRO shade In Cord Velvet, rogiilar 75c .1.............. SHEETINGS, two yards wide, EngllBh cotton, full Satur- morniug only UNDERSKIRTS in ten brlffht_ _new fall: colors, striped Satinette. Saturday morning special SILK HOSE, not the ordinary Silk Bool iloso, for silk up to the wide garter top. Tan, "oiack or white; regular for CHIFFON LAWN, 36 Inches wide, fine and sheer, on sale unt urday noon, per yard and sheer, on sale until Sat- "Iff A Bwu NO 'PHONE ORDER FOR SALE GOODS be Big Saturday Another Sale of Newest We are out Tor a big clean up in our Ladies' Suit Section on Big Saturday. Your choice 6E .any Still In the store, worth ii-p to A bsolutely no reserve, for................. These Coats Reduced LADIES' COATS, made from Nigger Head Cloaking, in navy or green shades, worth'up to 'I only ffo on FANCY COATS, made from Blanket Cloths, in tan, Copenhagen1 or grey; re- gular 18.00. Saturday C1 1 Cfi only................... 3 I CHINCHILLA COAT, made in new Rod- ingote style; 1 only sample coat; regular REDINGOTE COAT, a sample coat of check material, the very latest; 122.50 for...... CAPE COATS; in black zebeline, fancy cheviots and tweeds, values in these sample coats up to 4 for....... JpiQ.SU FUR COATS, 2 or'brown, lin- ed fancy satin, 132.50; only, sale...... lie FOR WIDE COLORED AND PINK FLANNELETTE WORTH UP TO 18c A YARD, TOMORROW. SILKS AND DRESS GOODS, WORTH .UP TO A YARD. LAST TIME.TOMORROW PILLOW CASES Ready to use, 42 inches wide, 10 dozen only at thii price Saturday only TOWELS Odd lines of Huck Linen Towels, -plain or fancy ends, worth up to 45c pair for JUMBO BATTS Extra thick, 1 .Bat when roll- ed out measures the proper size -for a comforter. on sale ci nn 'each ...9I.UU COMFORTERS Filled with Eiderdown and covered with Art Silkoline; regular size, our lines on sale at WOOL BLANKETS Iligh 'grade Scotch and Can- adian Blankets, Febs and large size, on CB QC sale Saturday CRIB BLANKETS animal designs on cot ton eiderdown, pink or sky, on sale, eaoh PILLOW TUBING Heavy weight, linen finished, Circular Pillow Cloth, 42 or 44 inch.' On sale at 7K I V Extra! Extra! arid Women's Shoes 100 pairs of Ladies' Patent, Kid or Gunnietal, lace or buttoned Shoes, some with clbth.tops, all sizes up, to On sale Saturday at Girls' Coats Reduced Too. many Girls' Coats, so out they, go at a'small advance oh-the "cost price. 75 coats ready for .you Sat-, urday morning AH Sweaters ,oq The largest stock''of Sweaters in Southern Alberta Woinen's and Children's, all go on sale Sat urday at discount of 1O per cent Boys' Suits and Overcoats All nev this mouthj Coats to boys from 3 to 16 years, ip smart mannish styles Prices range n SO to SS 00. Ox sale at a discount of 1O per cent VESTS AND DRAWERS Heavy White Cotton for Fall and Winter all sizes, op sale vvO CA5HMERE HOSE a 'sample'lot of -Cotton, Lisle and Wool Foot. Hose, regular up to 60c, on sale COMBINATIONS For" women, Fall weight; white only; any'size up to 40. Regular ?1.75, on gale FLEECED WAISTS White with tapea and-buttons sizes "up to 12 years while: they last 3Sc SLEEPERS White or .Colored Flannelette sizes 2 to 5 years, r 75c and 85c on ss CHILDREN'S' COMBINATIONS Natural shade, up to 26, Saturda> CORSET COVERS t High neclt long sleeves, .fine jersej knit while they 'ast each RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Medicine Ht, Oct.. off Hie train noon Rev. IJr. Cfiown, general iiuperinteudeut ot, the Methodist church, sent u telegram to Sir Rob- ert Boixien protesting in tlu; naiiio of the Methodist "Church against the of General Ald- orson authorizing'the wet canteen for the Canadiaii'trooys." Speaking- to 11 reporter who happened to be on h'und Dr. Chown mentioned the fact t'iKuasia had tVodica. bear and. France had prohibitc-d absinthe from their armies and Lord Kitchener had forbidden the sending of presents to licjuor to the truops. Ouly the German army leaves a trail of.ibottles. Why should the Canadian militia, he asks, be the purveyor o! ntoxicating Unuor, contrary to pub- He sentiment and tho tacit under- standing with Canadian hiolherhood, many pC whom gave their conEent to I their'son's; going' Ic tiic war because the fact that no liquor was allowed {in the camps. Dr. Chown questions right of tiie English Gen- eral' to weaken the influence or un- dc-rniine the authority ot the Minis- ter of Militia iu Canada by counter- manding iiis order, tie lias a right to command our troops in the field but not to upset the rules of our houae- thold or to destroy our ideals, says Chown: Chown slated that in his message to -Sir Robert Borden I ho requested Hie government lend a moat'emphatic protest to the Guvurnment that the order of j General Alderson ibe withdrawn. The I General Superintendent was on his move his home -Mr. and Mrs. O..D. Austin and little son havu returned to Medidnu Mat after a couple ot' weeks' visit here. Frank -D. Fisher and little Francis ot Doming, Sank., are the guests, of Mr. mid'Mrs. A, M. Flshor, 7th Ave. Mr. and Mrs. 211 Bleockcr Toronto, announce the engagement' .their third daugh- ter, Lillian "'B.', -to-Dr. .lohn Maxwell Dixon; nt Meiiicine TIat. the marriage to take .place in Winnipeg the firs: weol: of 'November.; Tlie'niarri'age took place yestenla> in Ail SalQtEl 'Church. Ottawa, of Miss Edith Brans Youug, second daughtei or the late Mr. and .Mrs. Robert E Young, of Ottawa, and Mr. Alexander Gordon liaultuin, of Ottawa, sou o Mr. Francis Gordon Haultain, of Re gina. Clubs and Societies tp Toronto, consequent to his being elected the sole general superintend- ent oE the church in Canada mm Amsterdam, OcL 23. (via 2n p. Cologne Gazette publishes a letter from Hugo Munster- berg in which the Ilanard professor deploies what he'teiwB the tiend of American, sentiment against Ger- many tool oifrajdc of_ Germanj writes, "is pro- foundly convinced that Germany is 300 years behind the civilization of the other western, nations; that a breach of neutialUy is the worst ciime in-the world, and_ tnat the Germans in, Belgium are like sandals 'We" says the Professor (presum refen'i'Jg to Germans in the Un- ited ''have a' "'hard jbattle to fight, and I thini many a battle field' in comparison .is a health re- sort This, of couise, not be important if American puiblic opin- ion had not auch" weight in the dip- lomatic situation in the world. iMy phly hope lies in the reciprocal jeal- ousy among Germany's Commenting on the letter the- Ga zette says; "We must continue to send to'our friends -in America reports dealing jEjn situation in not j merely narrating our.'battlefield suc- cesses The Junior W. A. of St. church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2.80 in the parish room. Much, interest is being evinced in the exhibition of art lieedlework which is to be given by the ladies of the Art Needlework club next Wed- ..esday, in the store lately occupied by'the Royal confectionery, .near the Sherman theatre. The exhibition will be opened in the evening, as well as in the afternoon, when it is planned to dispense afternoon tea, the pro- ceeds of which will be divided between LI IB Flower Guild and the local relief hind. None of the work will be for sale. The Alexander Gait Chapter ot the I.O.D.E. held a successful meeting at the Y. 'M. C. A. auditorium yesterday afternoon. Some forty" members were present, and the'choir was occupied by the Vice-ilegent, A. Bu chanan. Schemes' for raising money for the relief fund were' discussed and the following offers' for giving aid were accepted: One from, the Lethbrldge Caiuly for October iist. for demonstrating the .manufacture ol candies. The proceeds of the sales of the same to go to the relief fund. The other was an offer from Rylands Co. to .donate a percentage oC their sales on November 2nd and 3rd to the same .purpose It was decided to hold an. entertain in'ent early in December; for ..the pur- pose of contributing towards -the var- ious: relief, schemes. The co-operation of the putblic is appealed to for fur- thering the success of the undertak- ings for the benefit of the good cause to-which the-Daughters' of the Empire are applying themselves WILL TRAIN ON, CALGARY FAIR GROUNDS Calgarj Oct 23. Immediate alter alions are being made at the here so that the Alberta battalioti .of the second Canadian expeditionary force will have suit-able (accommodation it goes into training Arrangements for the loan of the grounds to the military au- were completed. meetr ing of exhibition directors ;cs lerday. and as soon as the altera- tions Are made recruiting will start It known who" will com ONCE AC. P. R. CONDUCTOR NOW IS G. M, Minneapolis, Oct 23 M Rapelje was today appointed gonral inana isi mand thfe Train' j ing wnl be ofi oneu as muclKas possible but thisi can- i .tiofc bo, 'done, the large Jioiso ivill he available as a drill BANK CLERK PLEADS GUILTY Montreal. Oct. Leslie ft clerk In the head of- fice of who -came back' from California last week to answer a clmrgo of having stolen ?2, 000 from the Irank two ieah> 4gd, pleaded gllHty today before Judge Kaain, and' .was sentenced to f jail for six was. sentenced to two years In prison by Judge Wlsmar at Barrio, on the charge of arson He hurni a dhack belonging to Ales In tersoll, netr Shanty Bay I i CLAIM RUSSIANS HAVELOSTflOLD OF THIS CAPITAL Berlin, Oct Ac- cording to oDiCial-announcementi which has been m the possession ol Russians since early In the_war, has been retaken by the' Austrians. Ihej have captured two racmc ana oecame coniloct. Held fortifications located one behind the Northern Pacific m 1SS8 the otlicr, southeast of the Samor. Hf Rapclje will Lave jurisdiction To the northwest of Samor nnes Of company east of Para- troops arc proceeding in the direc Montana tion of Strttssol During rMent Rsipe1ji3 entered the railroad sei ice as brakeman of tho Grand TrUnk Railway. ;'Later, he. was the Santa Fe'ami a conductor on the Canadiiri Pacitic and became coniioct- j liIUIl Ol OlittHOOIJi Train attons thfe have taVen among whom are 28 They have captured also lb mac BRITISH STEAMER SUNK -London, .despatch to Lloyd's 'Afency from Harwich says. "The steamer Bnmeli reports that she saw the steamer Cormorant of Cork.sink In the Nortk Sea H Is sup posed shd strafckf oV a mine Her crew probably were saved by podo boat, to here." MINISTER'S THREE SONS ENLIST At a meeting in the Albert Hall, Manchester, it was announced that throe sons of the Rev. 8. IP. Collier, superintendent of the Wesleyan Ctlr tral Mission, had joined KM. chencr's Army, TRUST COMPANY IN LIQUIDATION Vancouver, B C, Oct 22 a spe cial meeting this evening of the di- the Dominion Trust it "was practically decided to go mto vol- untary liquidation. U. 8. TO PROTEST TO GREAT BRITAIN Washington, D C Oct Un- ited States has decided formally to protest to Great Britain .against, :the selrurp of the Platuria, demanding her release from British Stornowny, n port In ihe Lewis r Is- land, Scotland. SENTENCED TO HANS Bracenridge, Ont, Oct; Ruttan, found guilty yesterday of .the Murder of his daughter and his son- In-lav, was today sentenced by Mr. Justice Lennox be hanged January' DUKE WOUNDED IN FRANCE London, Oct. 23, ThePall.Mai'i Gazette says that the of Roxburgh, captain of tile Scots Guards, was wounded while 'in' service in 1 Prance. His 'wounds, however, are not dangerous. o BULLETIN FLOATED TORPEDO BOAT British tor- pedo gunboat which ashore recently at. off the coast of Scotland, has been floated. An examination -showsflhat she has received rio damage. GERMANS .ABANDONED THEIR FOOD SUPPLIES London, Oct. a .despatch from ,Warsaw, the, correspondent of Routers, says the German .re'treat from Warsaw was so precipitate .that the soldiers had to abandon their food sup- plies. 'Many of the prisoners taken were; exhausted, from .hunger. One complete unit of 800 men had been captured by the Russians. DUKE'S BROTHER. KILLED London, pet. has re- ceived nere of the dcaih in action of Lord Spencer Cavendish, son of the late Lord .Edward'Cavendish, and th-s youngest brother of the Duke of Dev onshire. Saturday Specials Comforters and Blankets We have a large stock of these goods and m order to move, quickly are pricing same at almost cost r" 9 Only Comforters Art Muslin covering, sheet cotton filling sue inches A good at regular price ot Special 9 10 Only Awhile Blankets Size b-KSt uichos a 7 'round Blanket at regular CO Rfi price of Our jnaltes a good buy Special THESE PRICES'ARE ONLY SAMPLES OF WHAT WE ARE DO- ING IN VALUES THROUGHOUT OUft WHOLE STOCK. Sec the Remnants of Linoleum iJi our window PRICES ARE RIGHT Clot our prices on Furniture, before buy- ing and you will (1113 licrc. BAWDEN BROS. LETHBRIDOE'S GREATEST HOME 709 Third Avenue South Saturday Specials at- the HudsonV Bay Store i THE POPULARITY of our Week End Sales was demonstrated today. Hundreds of eager shoppers thronged this pop- i ultir shopping place, and many more will do so tomorrow. A glance through the specials we are offering will fdve the reason i for ttinse 'ousy days, rush-grade merchandise selling away below.' regular values: Quality First Groceries Here Is a list of worth-wlilltj Grocery Econ- omies. This is the department that saves you money. Not a. special here but is worthy of attention. Road and profit. On sale all day tomorrow. Grocery Phone 313. CANDY TREATS AT THE POPULAR CANDY COUNTER Turkish Delight, lb....25c Mixed Chocolates, lb.. .286 Barbas Almonds, lb.. .25c Hand-made 20 LBS. SUGAR JUST WITH EVERY GROCERY ..ORDER. 100 pound sack Gran- ulated CO CO Sugar ..90.9U 20 pound sack Grari- ulated ff-l ff Sugar 2 tins Tomatoes 4Cft 8 lb. size for.. C9C 1 lb. tall tin Horseshoe Brand Salmon......C3G Pals Naptha Soap, bol of 10 bars for 10 tins of St. Charles Cream for No.' 1 Apples, Mdntosh Reds, Wagners John- atona, 6 Ibs. tof -25C SMOKERS' SPECIALS Hudson's Cigars, cele- brated brand 5 for- COC Aquillo Cigars Couch, 3 for.. Extra 1 lb. HUDSONA TEA, No. 2 Blend and 1 ucik Granulated C O 4A Sugar McVIHie Prtoe'B Old. Country GINGER SNAPS per pound BACON piece, per pound BACON BACKS sliced, per lb. CLEARANCE SALE OF LADIES'' HANDSOME SUITS Not. many of these Ladies' Suits to clear, 'but newest mod- els and all handsome colorings, values O 71% all the wa> 10 I O. I W LADIES' COATS ONlSAL'E .This line of Ladles', Coats to clear out. Imported .Tweeds in pretty raised effects with velvet collar and cuffs.- Colors, tab, grey and blue, re- gular LADIES' BLOUSES -Ladies' White Voile Blouses, made of fine, sheer >voile: with; .daintily em'Drdidered high collar and sleeve OC j% regular ?175 W ART SQUARE All" wool two ply reversible Art Squares on sale tomorrow, size 9x9, green tan less than price DISHES AT 20c i table of oddments in Dishes clearing out at CRETONNES 22c Yaro Imported'English- Cretonnes, j2" wide, pretty oplora, value's to 35c. per yard TUNGSTEN LAMPS Brilliant white light, and, very economical 25 Watts "50' Witts. GO Watts 30c 40c 50c SALE O.F SAMPLE HANDKERCHIEFS' Hundreds ot Handkerchiefs to hurrj out at little pr'oes, mak- ers sample lines, al! kinds from the cheapest cotton to the finest linen, worth from 50 to 5c Clearing from 75e-toWV BOYS' WOOL HOSE Boys' Heavy Ribbed: W ribbed, all sires 6 to 10- to cleai out uomorrow, Week End Special "SILK RIBBONS 'iS different Colors m these Silk Ribbons, all flnns vide, per sard CASHMERE HOSE Ladies' plain Cashmere iery in black only, sizes 8% to 10 MEN'S TWEED OVERCOATS Men's Tweed Overcoats, handV' seme imported tweeds; newest Winter fashions, shawl and. notch collars. Just SO to clear' out Values to CQ QA for MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Strong, serviceable.: .Corduroy.- and Whipcord.. Pants meni all shades .and.. .out .with. side straps, .belt loops. and cuffs.. Worth (JO AA for Silesia, according to a London Daily News despatch from tbe Russian tal. ;