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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FttHMY, OCTOBKU 20, 1017 HIE DAILY .jiff I "THE BUSY CASH STORE Saturday wittbe Garment Day at the Busy Store We are out for a record day's business tomorrow hi our rcaily-lo-weur de- partment mid if variety and values are any hidiiceniKiits wesliouhl keep (lie I'Joak room crowded all day Over oO new coats received only (lie last few of which we will have marked at special prices for Saturday Handsome Tweed Coats, to If you are looking for icrvlce as well at a wealth of style, we recommend one of Ihese "Ranelagh" Motor Coati, made from all 'wool English you know" as otyle, also many novelty coats mch as the new "chicken" ccat for mlsset, new "stroller" models, with deep collars. Colors brown, burgundy, green, black. Velour Coats, Just In, to Velour Coals are going out nearly DS quickly as they arrive, which, me.ins practically a new stock every day. We are showing for tomorrow.' 35" brand new novelty Velour Coals In beet root, burgundy, green and browni No two coals alike. Fur Trimmed Coats, Up to Every coat a masterpiece, made from Salt's famous Stalellc. full satin lined, plain or fancy, and trimmed with furs of different kinds. The cleverest lot of coats we have ever shown and each coal an exclusive model. 250 Cloth Skirts priced to 12.50 Two large racks filled lo overilowinR u'Hli thnt'a now Iti Bepnratc sklrle. (ho materials are Ilrlltsh aeries, burclla cloths, silk anil vool popilna. Sizes 23 Jo S-l In the loL AU skirls altered free oC cliargo. New Dresses of Silk and Crepe to A dozen drosses Just received lojay anil remarhalilo value. Tfie styles are "someUdni; Ihc materials are cnarineusc aalins, crepe, de cnenes auJ tatlcta silks. Colors erey. coficn, navj, black Sizes 30, 36, 40. Scores Coats for Variety in VOILE WAISTS .20 now stylos In VoJjD' Wnlsls priced all Ihe way from lo 56.60. The finest lot of Voile mouses we bave .sh'oivn this year. Sizes up lo 4G. So there is a waist for every woman. Novelty Silk UNDERSKIRTS A splendid yhoulnff of silk underskirts In plain or afoot taffeta silks, also satin underskirts In bright colors, regular .ind semi-outsize sizes.' to 20 New Eiderdown Kimonas The famous "Gait llecco" Wool Eiderdown notes. Also a Fancy Fleeced Eiderdown In colors of rose. grey, pink with satin to New Arrivals Ready for Saturday FANCY COAT BUTTONS -SILVER MESH BAGS. FANCY SILK HIDBONS NEW GEOHGETTE CREPES, HOLEPRODF HOSIERY. CREPE DC CHENE CAMISLOES, SILK COMBING JACKETS. CREPE ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS. PEHHINS' KID QLOVES. LUXITE SILK STOCKINGS. WARNER'S BRASSIERES. "NEMO" CORSETS AT J3.75 lo New York, Oct. tact lhal troops of Ihc entente allies aro wear- ing ellk 03 n protective armor against blond poisoning from wouiuls, has partially accounted tor the huga shipments o( American fabrics abroad elnco the bcElnnlng ol the war, In tho opinion o( Bilk trade .Ruiliorlllca wlio Tiavc Just returned to lllls country (rom Franco. Tlio (Ica- tlnftllon and uao ot llifs silk lias heretofore been rogatdcd ftB n trade mystery.____ REOPEN PEACE'DISCUSSION Austrb- pfcss has caRcrljr seized Ittc occsulon of tho ulnlomcnt-regarding a oasis oC peace announced by the Hussbn jvorkmen'a and soldtora' dap- ulles to reopen tho o[ peace vMch they had declared cloae-'l after tho reply lo tho pope. In this pap' crs follow thn example of fhclr pecllvr! govcrnmenla .which Von liar- endow Barcasllcnlly declared "rival 1'Allt In the numbers of thcli1 aliaohit- oly last farnvvclls" to peaco propos- sla nnd which "miss no oriporlunfly to Httcmpt-to open pourparicra fn kcpo of (rttlne out of ltd war." t o 't -'t CRERAR WILLING TO RUN IN MARQUETTE V v Winnipeg, Oct. Hon. -T. A. Crerar, minister of ngrlcul- turo In the unlnn govornmtnl. ff nnnounceil lddayT saya iho Winnipeg Tribune, that he would ncccfrt tho nomt- ff nation In "MarfiuctlG 'conatllu- fr ff cpcy If It wero offered him. f PAY OFF DIVIDENDS. 7TSH PHONE 1224 Mrs, W. A. I a few clays. in Calgary tor J. O. C, class will meet al ihe Hcd Cross rooms lo f.w tonight at 7.30. Mr. and Mrs. K. Mow nor ftrc o.t- ided homo from the i-onsl tonight. Mr. and Mrs. A' Tilum are leaving today lor ihdr new horao fn Edmonton. The Big Class of Kuoi church aro ilielr annual ban- quet this evening. Mrs. Jauios UusscN, of Plucherj Creek, is recovering from an opera- tion performed lie re. Tha young ladtcx of Westcy I'rotli- cou class will uitel Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. AH strangers welcome. Mrs. ttUchlc ami her ovin daugh- ters, of Prlucctcn. H.C., arc vMLIng Mrs. G. F. Blckher, .Mrs. Hlkljie's sis- ter. Airs. McCaHuifis' section of Ihe Rc- oekas. will meet tonight with .Mrs. 13Hi slrcel north. The bazaar will lie held.on .November 17. Dr. and Sirs. Hoy. who were re- cently marrjcd at Ottawa arrived in the clly afler visiting sev- eral Including Kdmonion and Banff, oil thDlr Journey ha mo. They ivlll reside at'-Ko. 1, Slralhconu Court. The tea slvcn by IKe Major Jack IlosB Chapter l.O.D.K. at Kirkby's tea 1 room on .Wednesday was very well j attended. The iiel [jrocceils were Mr-. and Mrs. Gordon were in charge assUlcd by Mrs. DcLung, Mre.: Hogg and Mls3 Izy Gordon This cliaptcr Is serving lea In ihie tea room eyqry Wednesday, and on every fourlli Wednesday Hie proceeds be donated to the Red Cross. Tlic W.5I.S. "of Wesley church held a very successful meeting yesterday about 30 ladtes being pros- enL A deiegatVon from the United church ivas present and plans .werp discussed tor Uie district convention ,lo be held here on November IS. Mrs. JKipp gave talk on Japan, Mrs. I Cameron sang a solo, and Miss Henry i gave a" piano solo. After the lursiness 1 session ,a._social time was sjient In honor of-Mrs. wlip Is shortly to join her husuaric! In Idalio. .Mrs. DramlciK in a tew well chosen words, conveyed to Mrs.. (he appreciation.of tlie auxiliary for her faithful scrrices rendered so cheer- fully. lo bo al- lowed-to e'xpr.ess.-h'fer-feelings on the piano. At was served. Misses and Women for Saturday HARDLY A DAY PASSES, BUT WE RECEIVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN THE WAY OF NOVELTIES (N SWEATER COATS. FOR TOMORROW WE ARE SHOWING A NEW LOT OF 9RUSHED WOOL COATS JN-UOLORS THAT ARE REAL PURPLE, NILE, BISCUIT, CORAL, GREY, 'ETC. l. _ These nrc prlccil from to MillEYRY Xew Torli, Ocl. ngaiasl I.ehlgb Hallroad Company- conspiracy to violate Ihe" ElWns interstalc Com- merco. Jaw pronJblliiiK freight rato r'on cess ions- anU.discriminatlons W (onnOd-by Ihe [edefal grand jury here InrticLnienlB; six in number con lain Ing 51 allege wiUul fallura'to observe strictly ihii torllfs (lleJi the ,lnterotate Conuncrce Commission p-irl'of Hie rail- road' and Fred- Signer, general cnsL- eru freight agent ol tho railroad and charge the o( Charles Schaefer and Eon of this city wilh EDllcillng nnd accepting conceseloiia on hay shipmenls December 1915, and October 1917, during nil of whlcli time an'ombaTBO on thnI com- modity was In- force.-1 "Tha persona' were lie Id hi bail each. NO MEMBERS FOR GOVT. CopculiuBtii.-'Gci; conven tlon of Austrian Socialists now In session has adopted a resolution pro 'fhg Ifaal under no circumstances shall memhcrg of (ho pnrty enler Hie government, resolution dc manila (hat. Austria Convert Into n. federal stnlc ol Indepetiden nndonalltlcs, nach. regulating Its oivn affairs, ngreemenLs on matlera o common Itilcrcst to ba reachet through a federal council. Now York, Ocl. a meeting of tlio illroclors ot (ho .International I Afercanllla Marino yesterday It was clccldccl '.Co''appoint' n special whoao. names ivcrc'nol id cow- stdcr 'off Ihe nccrusd {TMrtiJnns ofTrthA 'com- pnhy's prcfc-rrcd atsck. iiow nntount to S3. per cent.. [ce (a to report at a futufcidalo not yet WAS PLACING "BOMB., Now Yorh, Oct. .fe'Jcral grand Jury In (May ed, untlcr the EBOlqiifrffO Act, Charles W, ajrorrfter.-pyntrj'man of ono oC Harry Payne- rnchU on a charge ot 'flllompllng lo place nn cipiMlrfl liomb on a former Gor- man merchant llnor whlcu was fn Lere, 1SLIGIDLEINMSI Vancouver, Ocl. C. Cordon (Halph Connor) who Is here toddy said in an interview Hint fn oastcrn Canada he hart sean acres of machinery, some of the driest muni- tions making machinery tt was poss- ible lo obtain, lying Idlo simply lic- causo Inero was nfl proper schemo of organization lo utilize II lo the best ndvanlaea. Major Gordon expressed hli of Iho union gorernment and urged the necessity of a moro national organization to win Iho war. noon he addressed the Canadian Cluh. CLERGYMAN GOES WRONG Winnipeg, O. qa nor, a former Toronto clergyman, whoso, wedding: WAS suddenly Inter- rupted Monday by a city detective, plcadad eullly. lo obtaining goods un- der falso prelenccs. WR3 at first In tho h6 told tho magistrate In eiplilnlnf how he camo lo go wrong." but.lhe kmbunl ot rnonay rccelrcd vtn It keen wfi out of debl, f (nachlnff and'lbat was but lllllo better, anil t yielded to lemplallon after coming Id Ibis city." llo wan reaanded'tor tilt KILLED.BY BROTHER Fredrlcton. .V.D., Ocl. lo day. Bl McLcod' Hill, five miles from here, Grace McNaughton, eight year old. was shot and Instantly killed h; her brollicr, two yeais II snapped the trigger of n loaded gu: In fun. MR. WALTER Toronto's clly'iSdftor, who Is like! lo owtef la poor A Store Brimful of Economies That Keep Pace with your Daily Necessities Tobacco Spemls La I'ri'IlTfriH-o (t'luli ll'juse) UavJs, Van Lou, D.ivis I'rotuutor IJluuls. Sjii-cii-jl op 4 for McDoualiTs 1'rlncc of CHEWING TOBACCO. Only a liitr lied Friday, 3 of ylugs fur................. Tousled and Orange ilarslunal lo'.vs. Cm-flanul Klsats, Ircab, per Ib............ J3uilfi. 2 Ibs. for................. WHEELING YARN. 200 Ib3. 3-pbr dark grey black. Friday only. 7Q Ib......................... J EC WHEELING YARN. 200 ibs. Allowa Scotch .3 ply in light, grey or Khaki. KCCUlar -price 52.00 Ib. 1 9C Friday Ib. LtttU S Only, O'CecliU1 Tind iito (Kbtolorcd but the mop lire in A 1 corvlUIan. ubr Spfthl Sizes 9xl072.' Special Size Spsdal SI2.W Vull raiiBi? ot colors and lo choose Irom. DON'T FORGET THIS In a desperation oibcri L-UL lo meet our writes, vo In luru rut iigLln and a a often Minrpnhpr as net'Cssarr to sus- Ulu lLo nay'iS ruirdialloii for imdcrsL'lUni; nuiircniacy. Itlgbt no-.v your jmrchaiies arc lieaviosl this Is more Important than evtr, Stop-On Shoe Polish Tan only Stop On is a brilliant polish "And pie-server ot leather. S.iiunlay special i fur.................... BLUCHER BOOTS, MUses1 Don- gola KiJ wJtli [iiic-nl lipa. wide filling. This Loo' iz iu-a1. for dress wear hut yet scrvicfeilil'i for school.. Slzc-j 11 lo 1. SET CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER ivllh kid top boots, button or lace Blyles wltli one heel, i PQ Sites 3 lo 7. Hpechl...... BOYS' SHOES. A zc-s 11 lo 1. o ecial lines. Sizes 1 lo 5, Ilogular urtce n QQ inST, fin Sncrlnl _______ Special The Most Fastidious Housekeeper will find everything she needs for the replenishing the pantry here, and at prices that cannot be beaten Si Ik With large collars trimmci'. >rith Gulimre lace. Slzca 3G to 41. "1 C Values Special...... COATS (or the little ones in SVbite Bear CIolli, Corduroy Velvet In col- ora, navy, dark red ami bro'.vn. Values to 0 QC J.3O stlH have n Ten- of those Jifcttr MUSLIN WAISTS led wllli large collars in slrliiort and emUroldcrea [routs. 1 9C Special 1.43 LADIES' D.a A CORSETS. A lilg snap In odd EI2C3. Value ?3.00. Strocs coulll, Bis supiiorl- -i .on Special 1.00 BRASSIERES. Plain anil strung Kaslcucd'in-rront. Sizes y4 j Q lo 1C. Special GrlfMn's Seedless Raisins, pkt. 15c Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, pkt. Mother's Macaroni, 2 pkh. for 25c French Karlcot Qeans, per lin 25c Aunt Jemima's Pan Cake Flour 23c 4 Ib pall Apple and Raspberry or Apple and Strawberry, tin SSc Few Cases of C. ies Jonathans, GrimfL- Golden St. Lawrence, Case Men's PiiIIovcv Sweaters Medium tvelglil, color brown anij slsto. Sites 35 to 42. O AA I'riccil froui J.UVJ Men's Heavy Scotch Wool Flat Hull couiblnjillon Underwear, full fashioned. Oimrantecd unshrink- able. C ftft Per suit O.UV Hen's Khahl Handkerchief. Good quality, nceulatlon size. TC- Prlcc. 3 Boys' All Wool Combination Un- derwear. Metlluia wclgllt. I'en- Anglo make. Sizes 2G IQ 32. -1 P'riceu per suit up from... Jv Boys' Sailor Suits in heavy navy blue serge, neally Irlmraed in .Made in botli sliort and long Irouscrs; Slzea 0 to 3 J fn yeara. Priced'up Jrom STORE' OPENS B.3Q A.M. STORE CLOSES 6.00 P. M. ?v -TIIREK OF THE BKST DOGS AT TORONTO The maenlUcent bulldog 'la hRecal o Rascal" recently wrlTcd trom Eng- land where he won prlifs. The BUck .i, Cocker Spaniel won the tint in; the lovlcc class and Ihe EnKlleh Toy Ter- iv won ILt first prlia In Us clau. LOVETT HEADS WAR v 1NDSUTR1AL BOARD Washington. Oct. A. OJeveland, Ohio, has as coalrman of trie war bonrd. He will the position .1 permanently, _ r' j MANY- NEW BIBLES. Toronto, Oct. According lo the report of W. 11. Cooper, general sec'rcUry ol Iho Canadian Diblo Soc- loly, aitotnl of new Tcata- menta.liRvo heen nreacntnl to Can- adian 'soldiers g6lnB overseas. In ndditlon the society lias niado nde- (lUnlc provision to replace- (eslflmerrtfi [oat by Canadians at Ihc front owln? to the vicissitudes ot war. NEW POSITIONS Washington, Oct. I-cnroyn. of New -York: Cfty, general freighi RBcnlrot Ihc Lackawanna nallroad, to- day WBS appointed on lira staff of the fuel administration, to (aho charge of tho rljalrluudon of aalracKo coal. 2200 REGI8TER. i. Vancouver, Ocl. lo laal clsis on men had regis- tered In Vancouver- under Ilie Mlll- Service., .Act, of' whom cafmedi excnipiron. 1 SALMON VERY HIOH. VoiicqnVer, Ocl. salmon, wmch a ngo.Eold renls WBS totlAy selling-for Blxly cents'each, an Increase oiil200 per ceaL ;