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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914 THE LET II BRIDGE-.DAILY-HERALD PAGE FIVE 'r To-morrow of the War Time "Sale To-morrow we have arranged fqr another big day's business. There has been a continuous crowd of en- thusiastic buyers at this cut price sale for the past eight days These 'Last Day Bargains Will comprise all lines now out on 'the bargain counter, together with mill ends of Prints, Flannelettes and Dress Goods, also sample lines .of Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear At the Lowest Prices Yet Quoted Sale Prices will also be quoted on one of the finest lots of Ladies' Suits and Coats in Southern Alberta. Sale prices: Co. Conducting a Real Sale Mr. Bruce B. Jonas of Calgary, for- merly or Lethbrldge, spent tho .week- end with Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Karris, Seventh avenue Soulll, on tho oc- casion of the christening of their son, v a Quite a number of friend" and neigh- bors spent last Friday with; Mr. and Mrs. W. U Jlorrical -of Now i Cayton. The evening was s.ucut in games and dancing, after which n dainty lunch was served. At a 'iaty hour the guests departed, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Morrlcal and daughter many merry returns of the day. Under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club the dance ami card party of last evening in the K. of hall proved to be one of the most enjoy- able affairs of the season. Held in the interest of the good cause of local relief, it was noi surprising that the i attendance was sutlicient to more j than Jill every card table, and many who came late had to be observers) of the card games, but tiiey had their j full share of pleasure when the dauc- j ing commenced. The music for j dancing was supplied by ladies uad j gentlemen in the gathering, and was of the very best order, the dancers being so pleased with it that encores were the order of the evening. The officers and executive of the club were most indefatigable in at- tending to the comfort of their guests and the evening was voted one of the jollicst of t'he year, for every- body felt right at home. The Wo- men's Civic Club is a worthy organ-. ization? For some time past its mem- bers have been for local re- lief purposes, and the receipts of last night's ailair will go to- wards carrying on that work, lo presenting the prizes won at cards President Marnoch of the j Board of.Trade, took occasion to) commend the work of the club and! emphasize the ambition of the women j to establish a. xesfc room in 'a central j location. He also told of the fme j work they had been doing for local; relief. By the way, the card winners-j were as follows tie HS 'c2' n MYoTERY IS SOLVED Miss Doro- thv Bentlcy: gentlemen, Mr. R. Here's Why Von Kluck Has D.sap- Slierlock, peared off the Front Page -London, Oct. from Paris that the German extreme right no longer is being operated hy Gen. cost no more CUSHION RUBBERHEELS are 50c a pair- on You get "Cat's Paw" "Cat's Paw" Paw" ease and pay nothing cstra for it. The price is the same for all rubber on "Cat's Paw" kind that won't slip. p. MAIL THIS COUPOH WALPOLE RUBBER CO. Limited MONTREAL 1 enclose 15c. for which kindly send mn a "Cat's IW Tobacco I'ouch ma Jc iiom Faro Rubber. x 161 Atldr PUNISHMENT METED OUT TO A MAN AT BILL AGAINST WOMEN tea will be served, anil also refresh- ments in the evening, proceeds will be divided between the FIdwer Guild and tbe relief fund. Some exquisite specimens" of work will he shown, and every lady in tho city is invited to attend. A special invitation is extended to ths men folks to com? along in the evening. "VI Jd-' Canada's? Btesti'' ]u JToTcmlicr, 1911j. Field Marshal, The. Diilcc of .Coiinaughl an (1 t'lratlicarn; Governor-General of '-Canada., if us: .plonsed.. to appoint Willis Co., Ltd., under Hoyal Patronage, and the firm Iras supplied the Viceregnl residence at .Ottawa with Pinups for many years past. AGENT i H. C. C. SALMON 414 iS STREET -SOUTH, St. Augustin's church was tiie scene I Von Kluck came as a distinct sur- oi a very quiet wedding at 3.30 this! prise here. It was said last week that afternoon, when Susie Augusta, sec-j ]1C jjad Rc-en superseded by Cfov, Von ontl daughter of Mr. and A.. J. Arm', but the latest version has him Itarassih. of Ont., became remaining on the Aisnc, while Grand the bridf of Mr. James Fleming, of jjuke Albrecht of Wurtemhurg, and Calgary, soa of Mrs. Fleming' and others arc guiding the destinies of the the late. Sir. Andrew Fleming; ot {armies'" in Belgium. H this is true it Edinburgh, Scotland. The nuptial! robs the British writers ct one of knot was tied by Rev. Canon Mur- -their favorite "Von Kluck's Fernie, Oct. The grand jury, which had bcon summon- ed to Saturday's sitting of Uie were all in their places this morning when court was called to order at 10.30 o'clock. Two indictmeucs were placed in their hands charging Jessie and Xada Marr with arson in connection with the lire of last Thursday night j -ii: district south of i town. j His Lordship sent the grand jurors, out to consider the two cases and j then senlenccd J. Faldinio, the man} charged with having stolen from a trunk of a friend a few days j ago, and who had pleaded guilty oi: tiic offence, I lit passing sentence upon this man Mis Lordship took, .occasion to read j the guilty man a severe lecture as to; (he meanness of the crime he had committed. He .passed sentence of j three years in the. penitentiary the man and he. was led from this I dock, and the case of Jo Gall, oi tal, was called and a jury selected, j Gall is charged with having set fire to his own house at Natal on nteht of tho big fire at that place on the night of Sept. 5th, last. The indictment sets forth that there was, in all, insurance upon tho house- and contents, and an effort is being made to show that to gain' this, Gall.set ilrc to his house. Tho grand jury brought in true hills against t-he two women charged with arson in connection with the fire lust Thursday night and the jury was discharged. Paris, Oct. Ruoslnn bom- bardment of the Austrian fortress of j PrzemysJi says a despatch to Havas News Agency from Petrdgrad, ucs during tho night, aided by strong searchlights. Deserters from the fort- ress, ths despatch adds, say that many of Ito defenders are succumbing to epidemics and that the medicines and provisions are virtually exhausted, London, Oct, despatch to the Evening Nsws from Rotterdam cays that Gen. Von Bossier, the conqueror cf is dead, it is the newspaper adds, that he shot himself Thursday In his room at Bruges. Winnipeg. Oct. those who hava volunteered for active ser- i vices Is Rev. C. W. Gordon, better i known ss Ralph Connor, the novelist, j He expects to go to the front ac chap-; lain with the second contingent. Belfast, Ireland, Oct. Lon-] British freighter Ms notes- j ter Commerce, bound from Manchester j for Montreal, strucx a mine at mid-1 night and sank. Capi. Payne and 13 i members of the crew were drowned, j Thirty otter members of the crew were saved by a trawler. j A Truly Helpful Environment for youf daughter the period when her character is being formed. For prospectus and tcrma, write the Principal 60 a. I. WziserfLA., D.D.. sUTbmnu Dot. id GET tiei cinss i I Ends Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly A Simple, Horac-Mnde Incxpenmvc but Uncdnnlcd RED LIGHT DISTRICT FURNISHES BEATER'S SENTENCE SUSPENDED rell-Wright. The. bride wore her travelling suit of navy blue serge with black collar, and black but oslr'c'i mount. She wore a gold necklace set with pearls sapphires, and car ried a white prater book gifts oi the groom; Vrs Fleming left on short-trip to western points and make their future home in Calgary.; Clubs and Societies Prologue. and Ist'instaiment Tonight ZEPS USE TORPEDOES London, Oct! Milan cor- respondent of: "the Daily.-Mail sends i.thp. -J j the-past few-days Zeppelins I have been practising the. firing of tor- hiedos from, a-'firejit height, ;iiBing as targets rafts floating .oh Lake CoA- stanee." It -la renorted the result lias been so saticfactory that the. German authorities a fieet of Zeppelins 'torpedo ap- paratus .which-; in a few months to cooperate .ill nava'Uattacks in the North Sea." WHERE CANApjAMS LANDED The .second detachment of Canada's Expeditionary...force lauded at mbutii. Plymouth, ia also shown, where the first detachment landed. Clearing ocit Trimmed Hkts regardless of cost Both new and staple stock included C A-Cooksley 40V-5th Street South Brother of .Britain's Secretary for ulgn Affairs ffho'lias been reported captured after an dsroplans" in -which he was' travelling I hv MIR Ofifmatt'llfe, Mrs. Rex Virtue's section of Wes- ley Ladies' Aid. will meet at the home oi Mrs. Uillclan, 1222 3rd Ave on Thursday afternoon at three 'clock. S. Miss Cuthbertson lod the discussion CQ National Prohibition at a well attended "meeting of the Young I'co- pie's Guild of Knox church, night. Mr h VcG Young rendered solo and musical numbers. An enjoy able evening was spent. A very interesting lecture was de- livered Tiy the Rev. Dr. Duudonald on Church. It was an open "God's Diamonds" last night in SL meeting of the A i P A and a good audience attended. The speaker- re- ferred to the great African fields, aiid compared it the as Gods great field for work The Christian Endeavor Society of St. Andrew's church held a conference active members last night. A round table discussion fea- ture of the evening, after which re- freshments were served. At the Fifth avenue Baptist church there witt be a needlework and pantry sale on the afternoon of November i: and in the evening a social aud con- cert, with an important -feature of the burning of notes and debts paid in the past two years. AH interested piease keep this date in mind. 'The-Sick. Room Sunbeams will meet at the home of llrs. C. F. P. Couy- beare tomorrow afternoon at and a full attendance of members Is de- sired.' The engagement is announced of Miss Kathleen .Duff of Spencerville, Out., to J. N. Bayrie, of Reglna, deputy minister of municipal affairs for Sas- katchewan. The "marriage wto take place A general oi Malhesis club will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in the "V AI C audi- torium. Ths music. department will be in charge and an interesting pro ;ram is to be prc ided Mr iadowski, the well knoun Jits.' Nelson and Bliss Conytoare, will take-.part. A. attendance is aji tioipated. Each member is privileged to: bring a fcitsl Arrangements are now practically completed for .the exhibition of art needlework arranged to he held by the ladies of ths Art Needlework -clufr'.to- morrow' afternoon and evening in the storb lately occupied by. tho '-Royal confectionery on Fifth street, near the, Sherman theatre. Gaskell's oroheulra wiH be in. attendance and afternoon hard pressed right." Of tho despatches unfavorab to the Germans was one wei'p was being puts'-? fence and being preparedsto protect the .-road to Bru- ges. THE MODERN 3RHINX Oct. two Am- erican a'ewsnaper men have tried to make the Sphinx talk. have tried to interview Lord Kiiciiener It is a task no British reporter would himself. One American re- porter received a polite note from a secretary saying Lord Kitchener wa too busy. With that he can prove that tie tried'the impossible S. A. REBELS TAKEN Johannesburg, Oct. the fight- ing between South African, troops and rebels under General Maritz. 91 re- bels have surrendered. Two Maxim guns and a number of rifles were tak- How Lydia E.Pinkhara's Veg- etable Compound Carned Her Safely Through Cliangeof Life.' Cedar Rapids, tho Chunga 'of Life the doctor said I would have, to give up my work and take my bed for some time as there was no help for ma but to lie still. I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetabla CoTtpound and kept up my woik and now I am the Change and that is all I took It was better-for me than _ ell thedottor's medicines tttied Manv people bave no faith in patent medicines bJt I know tins is E J RJCKET3, 354 8th Avenue, West, Cedar. Kapida, Ion a Such wainmg symptoms as eenao of BTiffdcation hot flashes headaches, back- aches drea I of impending tvil, timid ty, sounds iu tho ears, palpitation of tha heart, sparks before the eyes Irregu- lantiea, constipation, vanable appetite, weakness and mqaietude, and dizziness, are promptly heeded by intelligent wo- men who are approaching the' period in life when woman's great change may be expected Lydia E Pmkham's Vegetable pound invigorates and strengthens tfaa female organism and builds weak- ened nervous system It has earned many women safely through this crisis, .onvay pine eitract, rich hi guaiaool, and is famous ths world over for its splendid effect in bronchitis, whooping cough, bronchial aathma' ma. j winter coughs. f- 1 To avoid disappointment in money promptly refunded, poes with ihig _Tlie Toronto, tit. PROVINCES WILL LOSE Toronto, Oct. view pE the decision by the Privy Council in the oi the John Deere Plow com- pany ot British Columbia, that a _ company holding a Dominion charter does not require a provincial license to do business, Ontario will Jose about halt a million dollars, of rev- enue. The province-has bean deriving an annual income of this amount from licensing companies, and it IB expect- ed that when companies which havo been paying this tax learn the privy council cesision they will decline to pay it any longer. Representatives of 38 eastern rail- jads in the United States are asking for a freight rate increaee of 5 per cent. It's a pleasure to bake and roast with an oven that's always bright and clean. See Built to burn natural fitted with white ena- Rmelied roast pan and anti-rust oven. Ask the McClary MADE-HST-CANADA Sold by McKeown Hardware Co. INK One of the Most Wholesome of beverages. Western Canada's most popular Tea. You try it. lend thii Advertiicmenl wHh 26 eenU Blot Winnipeg, (or the Blue Ribbon Ccwk lor in WrlM ;