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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALW 'V, OCTOBER pi A Rl-TI? Jfc- tTTI The D-adies' Store <-h ,rfc JTI Ji A____ 4OO o JLO-oru NU-MODE UNDERWEAR. Ladles' and children's union aulta in a very new and popular design of garment. Priced at to Week-end Values of Exceptional That Make it Worth Your While to Supply All Your Needs at This Store on Friday and Saturday READY-TO-WEAR STOCKS ARE AGAIN REPLENISHED By new arrivals this week in Handsome coats of plush, baby Iamb and plain cloth; a few most nttnidive suits and Handome New Novelty Taffetas Pretty shot effects In pink, Ian, Copenhagen and paddy green and rich atripod taffetas in brown, green, navy, Copenhagen and blacli. Yard wide. Splendid Black Silk Poplin and Two special values. Yard wido. Excellent quality. Beautiful rich black. Special values. Special Guaranteed Taffeta Silk A (affcta that will not cut is a rarity and this is guaranteed. Navy and black only. 30 Inches wide. Best Silk Crepe rte Chene Finest quality, sort rich cloth. 40 inches wide. Colors sky, alice, cream, roae, flesh, malzo, mauve, navy, brown and black. Finest French Broadcloth Suiting Pure wool. Lovely finish. Guaranteed unspottable. 50 inches wide. Colors navy, alice, Russian green, brown, amethyat and black. Fine Quality Scotch Plaid, 75c, 90c Very fins grade goods with red or blue and green predominating. Splendid for children's wear. Very reasonably priced. Excellent Quality French Cashmere Heavy weight cashmere in very fine finish. Special value at the prices and very scarce goods. 40 inches wide. Colors navy, cardinal and black. Special Value in Fine Serge, The best sorgo on the market at the.price..Navy and black only. 42 inches wide. Pretty Tweed Suitings, Special Hlcn mixtures of green and grey and brown. 42 inches wide. Splendid weight. Rich Diagonal Worsted Suiting tAJovely cloth, at the price. Comes in colors .navy, plum; alice, brown, and black. 42 inches wide. .Ex; cellent duality. skirts and dresses; in most attractive styles. Every garment is exclusive with this store, brand new this season and priced as low in every instance as is con- sistent with good quality. Friday and Saturday Sale of Newest Suits Splendid Variety of and Plain Cloths. Some of the finest garments we have ever had to show at the price, both in style and quality of materials. Handsome mixed tweeds in greys, browns and greens and excellent quality chinchillas and boucles in plain colors ot navy, brown, green, tan and black. SHOWN IN A SPLENDID VARIETY OF NEWEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE STYLES. BELTED OR LOOSE, OTHERS LOOSE BACK WITH BELTS AT FRONT, SEMI-RAGLAN SHOULDER, CONVERTIBLE COLLARS. FULL RANGE OF SIZES FROM 16 UP TO 46. Goat Sale Extraordinary) Friday and Saturday) Serges and Most Unusual Values A most attractive lot for such a moderate an even score tn check out Friday and Saturday at Pine serges of exceptionally quality. Colors navy and brown; Splendid quality cheviots in navy, brown, green and blade; and grey diagonal tweed in splendid weight and very serviceable quality. COATS ARE MADE WITH CONVERTIBLE COLLARS, BELTED AT WAIST. RIPPLE SKIRTS. SKIRTS MADE IN LIBERAL FULLNESS, BELTED OR SEMI-BELTED AT WAIST, WITH SHIRRING OR POINT EFFECT. SMALL WOMEN'S SIZES 16 AND 18. ALSO REGULAR AND LARGEST SIZES UP TO 46. Complete Stocks Ladies' Union Suits to Any quality one could wish Cor at any-price you want to pay. Wool and cotton and silk and wool. All regular sizes and large sizes up to 44. High neck and long sleeves or low neck and short Try a "Gossard" Front- lacing Corset to Sold here the same as across the line. Now made in Canada and the duty eliminated. Correct models for slight, medium and stout figures at ?2.25, ?3.00, ?3.oO, and Lovely Showing of Newest Fall Waists to Voiles in the new ruffle effects. novelty styles. All sizes up to 44, Habutai silks In plain tailored and Special. Friday-Saturday Values in Hosiery and Gloves And Most Complete Stocks to Choose From. Ladies' Cashmere Hose Size to 10 inches. Several unusual values at 50c, 75c. 85c and Boys' Cashmere Hose Heavy ribbed double knee. Spliced heels and toes. Sizes 6 to 10 inches. Priced according io size and quality at 45c, 50c, 60c, 65c and 75c. Girls' Cashmere Hose Plain and ribbed. Sizes 6 t o 10 Inches. Priced according to size and quality at 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c and 60c. Ladies' Wool Gloves Splendid variety colors and qualities. 35c, 45c, 50c, and 60c. Jaeger's Wool Mocha Gloves Brown, only. As dressy as real mocha. Look the same wear longer and much warmer, (frl Special.....................'........ Handsome New Sweater Sports Sets Rich brushed wool. Colors yellow, grey, tan and brown with con- trasting colors as trimming. Also white with black coat cap and sash to match. Lovely garments at the price. Friday-Saturday Bargains in Golf Jackets to Excellent pure wool garments. Same price as a year ago. Made with convertible or low collars. Colors grey, brown, green, red and white. Full Stock of Ladies' and Children's Kimqnas to Plain and fancy crepes. Colors sky, alice, pink, old rose, mauve, cardinal, etc. Handsome' silks in neat floral designs. Heavy 1'or warmth and comfort and 'fine wool challies In handsome styles. THEMcMAHONMACHINE CO. Wheat! Get It Threshed! We Have the Following Second- harid Threshing Machinery; One only 25 h.p. Case Steam Engine equipped with plowing tanks. Boiler pressure, 155 Ibs. This engine (a In first clasa con- dltlori arid right ready to go. One only 25 h.p. Case Steam Engine equipped with plowing tanks and 125 Ib. boiler. This engine would run a 32 in. separator nicely. One SO h.p. American Advance Rearmcunted Steam Engine. Pressure 130.Iba. Thia engine la threshing right now. One 30-46 Nichols Shepard Separator, equipped with Garden City feeder, Perfection weigher, Gearless Wind Stacker. This machine Is In flrat class condition. Nichols Shepard Separator with .new Garden City, Feeder, also good weigher and blower. Thia machine has done a) lot el work but Is "f lot 4M4 American Advance, with 14 foot feeder, also good weigher and blower. Will tell thia machine cheap and It Is ready to go. 41X64 Rumeiy Separator with Ruth Feeder, also good weigher and blower. Thia ic a good cheap machine. 3S-S4 Decker Separator with Lindsay Feeder, alee good weigher and blower. Will aell thia machine for what weigher and are actually worth. We have all sizes of New Machines both Avery and Minneapolis at Retina.' All aiies ef Garden City in stock right here in Lethbrldge. We have those heavy Nine inch Sawyer Drive Belts, besides: smaller sizes. They are warranted 32 ounce duck........... We also have a quantity of "Artie" Steam Cylinder Oil, 699 Fire teat Try a barrel. McMahon Machine Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA E SOLVED IF TRUE NATIONAL must come from other countries and the problem of our immigration, and setSi uie 10I- BUUU assimilation of the alien element must and -nsany. other characteristics be given attention. "The greatest need of our western from Great Britain after the war. They towns and cities is some unifying ag- ency that will be the means of the complete organization of the commun- ity life. We are divided in every- thing, our church life, our fraternal life, our political life. Each little fac- tion of the community is whirling aro.und in its little eddy or whirl- pool and there is no unity, hence no organized community life, and -no ef- fort at accomplishment of any great common task." This is' one of the straight-from-the- shoulder statements which marked the exceedingly interesting and instruc- tive address of J. S. Woods worth, ci- rector of the bureau of social re- and our systems of living. We are, Something should he done to bring willing enough to give them the vote about unity in social effort The dl- .....0 vision of political life was most strik- ing. Fifty per cent of the people were "party and made no jaffort at illdePendence- Mr- Woodsworth and a voice in our big national affairs in that way, bui we give them no op- Sh.ow Our Best Side Two outstanding rules of action should be adopted with the aliens, said Woodsworth. "We must take from them the 'best they have got, and give them of the best that we have. We must show them the best side of our Canadian life. We have shut them away from this, and yet we ex- pect them to make good citizens. These aliens have brought good as- sets, the capacity Tor good hard work, that are really valuable in building up a strongly advocated a people's where .English-speaking and alien, of every 'denomination or party could come together for the dis- cussion of community problems. from the stock that produced ;reat artists and great inventors j MAJOR MOWAT WAS KILLED Toronto, Oct. J. M.' Mow- at, of Vancouver, formerly mayor of Kingston, nephew of.the late Sir Oliver Mowat, died a brave death, according to a cable received" by his brother, Major IT. M. Mowat, brigade (major, Camp Borden. The cable reads: "Major Mowat wounded in leg dur- ing early attack October 7. Continued commanding until, instantly killed j By the means of charts Mr. Woods-! strong citizenship. Many of them worth most strikingly demonstrated' come from the fact that a great proportion of the the great population of Canada was non-Eng- J and great musicians of Europe. We rallying men during enemy counter- lisu speaking and including Amen-, cannot-afford to let this .stock go to attack in afternoon." cans, the foreign population was ex- j waste. __ tremely large, Tn only RO .peri- "We have too long adopted the attl- cent of the population was of British j tilde of despising the foreigner. This' origin. Mr. Woodsworth went on to bespeaks our ignorance, and we find deal with the conditions among the now the second generation of the foreign residence districts in the (foreigners adopting towards their old FOR SALE One section of land, 2% miles from Monarch. First class build- ings, good water, 4 wells and four hundred and seventy four acres summer fallow and fenced and cross fenced. One section, two miles from Kipp, good water and all fenced, all in stubble, fair buildings. Will sell above two sections at a sacrifice if taken before .November 1st- Owuer leaving country. Act quick and get a bargain. Will also aelj full equipment including horses io farm the above at 'a low price and good terms. These two sections are only- one mile apart. Apply Box 21, Herald. 267-0 larger cities, showing the great prob- lem which faced the Canadian peo- search for the western provinces, de-jple of teaching these people the pro- Hvered at the Y.M.C.A. Tuesday be-; per way to live, and the higher Ideals country parents the same that we have adopted. We is a great thing when the foreigners unanimously declare they are Cana- fore a well-filled auditorium of men! of citizenship. The unemployed prob-ldians and despise their homeland. But and women anxious to gain a was a great one, owing to the conception of their duties in commun- ity life. Mr, Woodsworth dealt chiefiv, of course, with tiie foreign element and its asBirailation, with the problem of control of immigration, and of mak- ing true Canadians of every foreigner who came into the country. Presi- dent Marnbcb of the board of trade, presided, and Mayor Hardie at .the close of the address moved a .vote ..of thanks to Mr. Woodsworth, which was heartily given. President Marnoch, in, Introducing Mr. Woodsworth, said he had heard him often and had induced him to come'-'to Lethbridge., 'Mr. Woods- worth, he. said, Classed'the people he talked about under two- heads, the people who came from somewhere, and the people who never got anywhere. We are'very ignorant as to our own population, said Mr. Marnoch, and the value of the alien labor, realized par- ticularly here in connection with the coal mines. An old" 'timer of Leth- bridge had remarked once "that he had never met anybody except'thoaft who came from somewhere and the poorest class of citizen was he who decried the country he came from. This country was In need of more farmers, but these could not be got fact that during certain seasons there was practically no employment. This seasonal labor will be one .of Can- ada's greatest problems in the future. A Big Problem The work'of caring for the foreign elements, of teaching them and 'better methods of living had erto been done by a few sociar work- ers; This was too great a problem for a social worker. It was a problem which must be taken up by the men of business and dealt with in a com- mon sense manner. The neglect of this WQuld place a tremendous finan- cial burden upon the country, not to speak of the bad moral features.. .The language problem also should be-faced. There should be a few at least, who could talk the language of the aliens and be leaders among them. The business men and women should take an intelligent interest in the progress of these people who were to be Canada's future citizens. The attitude towards the foreigner, said Mr, Woodworth, has hitherto been all'wrong. "Nothing but as we are so -fond of referring to them. We expect them all to be Cana- dians, hut we give them no opportun- ity of becoming true Canadians, of earning our Ideals ami our language, RED ROSE the man who despises his fatherland or his motherland is not of the stock that will make good._Canadians. Conserve Chid Life Mr. Woodsworth produced very startling statistics on infant mor- tality, chiefly among the foreigners ic Canada, and said that we had 'practic- ally done nothing to conserve infant life. It cost to each to bury a child, and it had been shown that a baby's life could be saved often at an expenditure of Mr.- Woodsworth touched at length on the feebie-minded problem and his pointed statements were eye-openers on this topic. We have given much attention, he said, to the -breeding of good stock on. the farm, but the laws of breeding, as related to human lie- Ings had not given a thought. of. feeble-minded as produced by. heredity through the.mat-j ing of'weak-minded people was amaz- ing. This was, problem that must intelligently- be- -dealt A great deal of was due .merely to feeble-mind edness. Mr.; Woodsworth touched on the -va- cant land problem as being one which was serious not only from an eco- nomic standpoint, but also from a social standpoint. He said the time was coming when the man who sat in the office W'otild .not be entitled to re- ceive 'the unearned increment, from this'vacant" land. The speaker then passed on to so- cial conditions In our own the communities of the west. There was no social centre, Everything was di- aud no effort made at unity. strength to the organs an to health and natural action. In other words it enables tho system to cure itielf. Don't weaken.your liver-with purgative pills or morning stilte, don't get the salts- taking habit; let Dr. Cassell's Instant Relief bring yon natural and therefore lasting cure. Dr. CHAS. F.'FORIHAW, .well-known tike salines or Pursatwei teru Bowl aetlen is to and the halt Irecarn- mend u a superior sna1 connnient treatment Dr. Oamli's Ir.mnt Pncs 56 cents, from and ;