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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 19M THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILY PAGE NINE 200BARGA1NS TONIGHT AT WAR TI The sale that is drawing crowds daily, from all parts of the city. It's a sale that has been the talk of the town for the past Seven Days Sale Ends on Wednesday make the most of the low prices FOR LOCAL Taber, Alia.. Oot. Wright of Taber was elected president ot provincial riding Conservative asso- fiutiou, :U a meeting of reprenenta- tives held here laBt week. George Porter of Grassy Lake dent, and Dr. Lf.aih ot Taber IB the secretary-treasurer. Plans for the (porfectlon of' the organization for the whole riding were, discussed at the meeting. It la stated that Dr. Wright Is a possibje candidate in the next provincial election. The doctor has been approached tlmei in the matter, but he given indefinite promise. INSPECTOR MAY BE MOVED Ottawa, .Oct ia probable that Inspoctor.Worsley of the R. N. W. M. Police 'of Calgary will be transferred to 'Beglna. It's a long way to Tipperary, but take the street car to Bent- ley's Saturday-Night Bargains will pay you A Silk Bargain f ilessaline Silka of full yard Pink and Ked. Usually sold for Satin-day Night 95p a Yard Velvets Shades too numerous to mention, plain olotlls or cords. Sell- ing-ordinarily.at :76o and 85o a yard. Saturday Night 45C a Yarfl Hemmed Sheets a Pair Size 86iC2 of plain cotton; iheeta of good wearing Quality; regular prlco 51.75 a pair. Women's Cashmere Hose 25'Q Fast black Cashmere sterling quality, exceptional -val- ue, usually sold at 35c a pair. Table Linen a Yard Heavy' Damask Linen, in 62 in', width; a cloth sold re- gularly Roller Towelling 9c Yard -Linen Crash Roller Towelling red border, 18 .In. width; a towelling worth 15c a yard. Tinted Cushion Tops Women's Waists WfLiota, purchased to soli .at and an aSBortment of embroidered lawn, waists, mull and tailored, veattngs, voiles, Toii'll recognize the splendid Value when you ,96 them. 'Boys' Sweaters 85c A splendid all wool sweater, firmly- knit in shades of tan or navy blue with red: facings. Two different collars to choose from. Regular price J1.26. Girls' Sweaters A girls'" Sweater of exception al merit, a variety of colors afid styles1 to -.ch'oojre rrpin j6r without: Belt.'sad' usually sold up to 11.75. Men's Unlined Gauntlet Gloves HorseMde Buck Tan Cushion'-Tops .with emblem Hors chide Gloves, some having design, 50C fringe; sizes, usual eacb% while they lafct, 256-each. '.price- Men's Flannelette 95c A well made and strong shin of find English Flannelette, aa FiUgeiald kleventh Hus- sarc recently at Roschampton. She .is the fourth daughter of the Earl of Rosslyn. She was married in 1884 to John aged resident of Drayton, was found drowned in the Gra'nd ttiver at Elora. the Duke of who died in YES, CRI GLASSES If your normal vision is in any way impaired. You can't afford to flilly- flalty with your sight. You1 make a grave.mistake if you even try it! Whether you 'he rich or poor, your eyes are of all Im- portance to you. .The. expense of glasses in- is' a mere-trifle com- pared to the comfort and un- alloyed satisfaction d erived from their use. v; Our .many years-oil optical experience is your safeguard of high efficiency. R. A. Wright, The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898. Isiuer of Marriage Licenses. No witnesses required Bye Specialist in. charge., of Optical Department. Clubs and Societies ReptPBin of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Birtha in the City of Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one monlh from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Hegistrar. Office, Aur.tlia Building, 3rd Avenue S. TIis Dramatic -Arts Section of Mathtsis Club, will meat with Mrs. Irving, 12th'St. on Monday afternoon at 3 The play "The Land of Heart's Desire" will be given by Hceb. A splendidly attended business meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church was held in the parish room en Thursday afternoon. It was'decided to give 10 per cent, of the proceeds of the bazaar to be held in November to the Patriotic Fund. It is hoped that all members of the congregation will help all they can in the way of donations of.fancy work and home cooking. The Alexander Gait Chapter of the I. O. D. B. will hold a special meet- ing at the Y. M, C. A. on Monday at iour in the afternoon. The following is the program of the fuat annual meeting pi the Women's Missionary Society of the Lethbridge ana Madeou districts to te held at Wtslcy church on October.29. THie sessions are open to the public. Men are invited to-attend the .evening ses- 51011 1IIURSDAY AFTERNOON 2.30 to 5..30 Devotional King. Address of Brandow. OrganiFef's Address Mrs. Shoul- dicc Three Minute Reports from Auxil- iary's Circles and Bands "Medel Watch Aux- iliary .Wallwork. "Missions as an Educational Ag- Auxiliary. "How to Increase Interest and "Missions for Young Harrison. "How Can the Auxiliary Help the "Our Society is an Agency for De- veloping the Prayer Life of the McKillop Question (Rev.) Bar- Banquet 0 n m Greetings from Sis- EVEWINU SEfeSION-S O'clock Chairman-Rei H Cobbledick. Music Chairman's Addresb "Little Lights" Lesley Mission "Systematic Fran- Sucll (Rev.) Earner. Dawson. Offering God" Save the King. DUFF KILLED !84.-rThe British casualty today, but dated October 18, shows 10 omcers killed. Including Lieut R O V.-Dnff of 2nd Lite Guards, aud wounded. Saturday These lines selling from 7 to 10 p.ia. Do your shopping at The Bay tonight These Bear Cloth Coats for Children's'Bear Cloth Coats, lined throughout with flannelette and neatly trimmed with silt braid and buttons. Sizes 18, 20, 22. Regular Oa sale tonight Ladies' Underskirts Ladies' Silk and Satin Underskirts, knlfo pleated flounce with close fitting top. lines for Pretty colors. On sale tonight A Wilton Bug Just Tan "Wilton Hugs, handsome Oriental effects, neat fringed ends, rich pile, size 27x54. On sale Tonight Price........... Novelty Curtains JDcru 'Scrim Cnrfealns, loteat style, neat edging, medium ef- fect comers, yards long. On Bale Tonight 61' OO Price 4> I Ladies! see these Harmony Party Boxes Harmony Party Boies, one of our latest novelties; beautiful Seal Morocco in shades at black, purple, green and nary) lining, fitted with mirror, powder .puff, smelling salta case, memopi anda and coin purse. Regular ipribo On sale Tonight Good Oranges, per dozen Night Shirts for Men Men'B Night Shirts, neat striped Bgnref, turn ADTO imported flannelette; fast colors. Hogular On sale Tonight Buys These Miners' Boots Miners' Boots, strong and sturdy -working boots for wear. Blucher style. Regular price On sale Tonight Smokers' Special THE HUDSON CIOAR 5 THE AQUILLA CIGAR 1 for HUDSON'S BAY BOo PIPE8, JUST V- 35c Hudson's Bay Co. Display of Fancy Work AND Refreshments Under Auspices of Art Needlework Society ON Wednesday. Oct 28 On 5th. Street just north of Sherman Theatre, Proceeds in Aid of Patriotic Fund aod Tlower Guild, v v Fernte, B.C., Oct. Fire destroyed the residence of Jessie Wiley, a colored woman, residing in the red light district last night, about midnight. The Fernie fire department down to the scene, but there be Ing no water supply, nothing much could be done, except to try to keep the. flames confined to the' house the fire originated. The owner of t3ie house I rest, and a prdlrnlnary hearing will be hell before Magistrate WWmiter, when It wiirbe determined she will be sent up for trial on" t> charge of arson or iocandiarlant A FOURTH SON TO KING OF Madrid. Oct Vlotopia of Spain today presented King Alfonio with another- sou, his fourth.; are also two daughten in UM Kojti family. St Thomas and Elgin ooontr raised for Putrlottq, Btk glan and Red' Crow Fuoda. Half the fiubbing taken out of Scrubbing Old Dutch Cleanser ;