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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914 THE LETHRfclDGE DAILY HERALD QUESTIONS This extraordinary event brings thrifty folks the very goods they need end of the season prices Here is the remarkable feature of this unusual occasion, and we cannot impress it upon you too strongly: That this great Fur Sale provides this season's newest, most stylish and dependable High Grade Furs for men arid women at reductions that are 'usually made only at the fag end of the season. We have an enviable reputation for high grade furs and have always carried the largest assortment in-Southern Alberta. And in the midst of the season, when the goods are at the height of their use- fulness, and when there are four oi-five months of good service still ahead of them, you can buy at prices formerty offered ONLY AT THE END OE THE SEASON. Read these sample items, and remember that we have ABSOLUTELY DISREGARDED ALL OF PROFITS OR COSTS, and thai we Have Cut Prices Recklessly On The Entire Fur Stock A B.IQ ASSORTMENT of odds and ends la Ladles' Furs. This lot contains some very good stylos in Muskra-t Throws, Marmot Stoles, Russian Pony Stoles, Grey Lamb Necli Pieces: some goqd styles in Persian Paw and Near Seal, etc.; also a few Ladies' Fur Handbftgs. Those pieces-are worth from {fl.oO te 514.50 fffft AK Your unrestricted clioioe' at tills -Fur Sale ONE LOT OF largo assortment of styles in this lot. Marmot, Russian Pony, Persian Paw, etc. Regii- vSS Jar price from J12.00 -to fltlO. Fur Sale 'Price........ 6 CHOICE QUALITY NEAB SEAL BOLSTER AND' PILLOW from. to OS Fur Sale Pries ...'..........................I...-----. 5 EXJRA LARGE PERSIAN PONY Worth J15.00. Fur Sale Price.................... 6 ONLY RUSSIAN MUSKRAT are made from extra quality skins and the muffs are sizes; They are good value at 517.60 to 1 Fup Sale.; Price.................................... I I iCO ANOTHER LOT OF from genuine Per- sian Lanro; others from Bulgarian Lamb; somo in novelty styles and others in H more conservative, plain stjiie. These jmuffs are worth from 530.00 to 4 O OC Fur Sale Price I 4 ONLY GENUINE CANADIAN PLUCK BEAVER Eitra large, pillow and bolster styles. These are very beautiful, serviceable muffs and they would good bargains BJ 4 ff fSi at ?S2.6C to 530.00. Fur Sals Price.................. 9 f 3 LADIEB' BLACK FOX from .tour large full tpx skins. Tllis act certainly a ibeauty and must be seen to be ap- preciated. Tho muff.ia made in a.vory beautifiii novelty style with two full skinc, including the heads and tails, satin inter- lacing, and lias r.n unusual beautiful silk lining. The.stole is also made from two large skins In a very beautiful novelty style to match the muff. This set Is a bargain at f 125.00.--------- Fur Sale Price O MEN'S RACOON from good quality of Canadian Racoon skins, lined with padded and quilted lining. Full Kft range of sines. Worth 586.00. Fur Sale Price........ MEN'S CHOICE RACOON from extra Cult'furred Northern ekine, beautifully matched. .Made with either square or shawl collare. Very serviceable garments. Worth Fur Sale Price i Men's Fur-lined Coats MEN'S FUR LINED made from Black Beaver and lined with Brown Coney; collar and lapels of No. 1 JIarmot. This coat is good value at folft FwvSale Pries MEN'S MUSKRAT LINED made from good quality ot Imported Beaver and lined throughout with choice full furred adian lluskrat skins; collar and'iapels of No. 1 Lamb. Worth 595.00. Fur Sale Price MEN'S RUSSIAN MUSKRAT LINED made frnm fine quality of ISnglish Beaver and lining of heavily furred dark Rus- sian Miislirat shine. Collars and iapels of very choice Canadian Otter. Worth Fur Ssle Price----.. Crt .OU Fur -MEN'S MUSKHAT WEDGE sizes: also a few Near 'Seal Jockey Caps, all regular. Fur Sale Price 9 V LADIES' AND.CHILDREN'S from Grey Lamb, Near Seal and Muskrat. Worth ?5.00 to Fur Sale Price Ladies' Fur Coats WONDERFUL VARIETIES OF THE LATEST 1914-15 MODELS. 6 ONLY LADIES' BLACK RUSSIAN PONY fully lined with silk brocade linins, sizes 32, 3-i and 36. Length 50 inches. Those coats are unusually good value at Kft 50.00. Fur Sale Price............................ LADIES' NEAR SEAL quality of full furred Near Seal, lined witli heavy quality of Satin. Sizes 3S, 40, '42. Lengths 4S and 52 inches. Regular value 5S5.00. Fur Sale Price LADIES' EXTRA CHOICE NEAR SEAL of these are in novelty styles. They are lined with best quality 'of Fancy Silk Brocade with a Satin border and gimp edge. -Theae coats should sell from 1100.00 to {115.00. CC? Eft Fur Sale Price................................... LADlW AMERICAN MUSKRAT from good natural Muskrat skins, Satin UmMJ. Sizes 34, 36, 38. i These garments are worth Fur Sale Price...... LADIES' NATURAL CANADIAN MUSKRAT are very beautiful full furred garments, lined with Silk Brocade lining, sizes 36, 38, 40. Worth {100.00 to Fur Sale La-dies' Fur-Lined Coats 512 3rd Avenue Sbiith, Lethbridge, Alberta LADIES' FULL LENGTH FUR LINED of choice quality English Broadcloth. Collars and lapels of Marmot; lining made from mink belly skins. Regular ?G5.00. Fur Sale Price............................... LADIES', MUSK-RAT LINED in either navy or black. Lining of No. 1 quality heavily furred Muekrat skins. Col- lars and lapels of genuine Alaska These coats are worth Fur Sale Price .75 FIFTY BEAD Uoj'alton, 111., Oct. deal-h roll in the. disaster .-at the mine oi the Franklin. Coal and Coke com- here' vrrts placed 50 at noon today alter ail but three men who had before the "explosion had been ac-. counted for. CARRIED CANADIAN. CONTINGENT Ships Now Resume. Their Montreal Sailing Dates The -Star-Dominion Hue an- nounce- the resumption of sailings, commencing Megantic from Liverpool October 24 from Montreal November S.S. Canada from biv- erpoo'i October 31, from Montreal No- vember 14. -'The Laurentic November 7 from 'Liverpool, November 21 from giving a weekly ser- viue imliMhe close of navigation on tue St Lawience The announcement of this schedule Tvill- he .welcome news to Intending passengers aad shippers, as the Laur- entic and Megant-lc are the latest Bte.amers from Canada and tihe last word in SEAL COFFEE The Finishing Touch To A Perfect CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. it; OROWIMS, BUSINESS DEMANDS IS TO- BE USED BY C.P.R. "Business-asVusual." Tint H Canada's war slogan "Business a little better than BOMB IN ST. PATEICK'8 CATHEDSAL, "NEW YORK aqt is the slogan bridge Macaram Co and a visit to "the plant oJ the prove it. -Mr. "Marinaro moved his plant from Femic .to last spring, the height of his amtnt'on was to reach the Winnjpog. market with his product.; He .tea.tan his own' fondest dreams during tiho past' month he has shipped '-not only to but consigned one uhola carload to Montreal, recened an or- der for another for the same et handled, and the stafi has bven' increased by two: men to meet to roll in, rd will not be long before the staff is dc-uhled. Mr. "Mariimro-iB well satisfied with hia wai business, and with the wajr his prcJuct introduced since comine to Lcthbndgfl Another -fqather m the company's cap is thi( announcement made by the C. P. R- .dining service department that Lethbridge macaroni would be usE-d on its will help to introduce tho com- pany's products where cuisine is the last word, Vo the increase .in trade the companv is building an addition to the factory which was only completed last spring An engine room, togeth- er with another drying department is being added atithb new construction is bi-brick. SUED ME OF OBSERVED BY SPECIAL SERVICES AT WR-SI-EY CERS FOR COMING YEAR ELECTED The twan-ty-nfth anniversary oi the organization of the League in Canada was celebrated hy the Wes ley League by a special service on Sunday morning last, when Rev. Mr- Cobhledick preached pn "TSic Model basing his discourse, oa Andrew the first New Testament lay worker bringing his brother Simon to Jesus. There was a large congrega .nd a particularly interesting ser- vice. Monday evening the silver jubilee Hearing is Restored to Deaf Without (Viecranlcal or Artificial Hear Ing Devises Deaf Mutes Hear Thalr Own Ears A Won derful Engllgh Disccv.ry. Tile picture shows the'effect of ad ;explbsion iu tho famous Cathedral pn October 13th. The exEiloeldff-tore'.a. hole .in: the Ooor near one of the'altars, smashed the end ot a pevs and s'lattered one stained g'i wjn'or New lork i nu tificd by the ocourreree winch MJ ed shortly afte by a bomb explosion near- St. .Church in another part of the city arc again floating' around regarding the mystery ship, tna Gorman cruiser LeiTOiB This time stated, on what resembles good authority that the 'Leipzig wag toned (Into Esquimau harbor tliili morning b> a Japanese warship, presumably the Idzuma, which been! on this coast for some time, atuL that she In a bat- tered condition frton the itateraenU hare bwn doctor who arrived In Vantomer UxfHy, there must have been a engagement FLOUR SOARS IN POSTLAND Portland, Ore., OU grades of flour were advanced 20 cents a bar- rel here yesterday estl mated that approximately J5 000 bar rels of flour had been recently for exportation from Portland, and Puget Sound to European 'markets. in a omowliera In tho Psclfic, a> the Lelp- ?ig had a large nnnrSer of wounded who arc now belttK attended Beyond thli staterifent no confirmation can In obtained ot the itory, are always aggravated 'during damp, changeable weather and ordinary tire often useless. Snch conditions need the oil-food in Scott'i Ermliion to ndnee the InjurioH acidi and strcnfthm the orfini to txfd them. n, ftr one- oftm relicTe mi Miffcmd Joint? and laMnci tke Ubtarablefaina when kare failed. voun DBJJCGIST HAS rr. A STRATHROY SENSATION Minister Sued for Ssductlon by a Six- teen-Year-old Girl London, Ont, Oct. mild sen- sation was created yesterday, vhen a writ was issued by ,W. Willoaghby. 11 farmer of Adbiaido township, against J-Kev. A.'V. aged 35, a lletho- dist minister of .Strathroy, "with ap- pointments in. .Adelaide township, charging him with the seduction of Mr.' WillougJiby's Florence, aged 16'. -According to the writ the girl was engaged as servant for Mr. Walden, and lived in his. home during a.per tion of the months of May and Jjihe, ab.out a month sill.told. During this period the offence Is alleged to have occurred. Mr. Walqen la a married man, and tba father 6T two children. Ho has engaged Moredjth ft-Meredith, as his counsel, and an absolute and un qualified donal of thfc chaige CANADIAN SOLDIER KILLED London, Oct Corporal Ogden llth finn.V lan Infantrj, w.ia accidentnllj shotfat Pond Farm Camp on Sunday djing from his injunei the snms night Ail his reside on this aide. Thousands of people sutler from catarrhal deafness, or poor hearing who having tried dpeolalieU, adver- tised treatments, artificial ear arums, Ear phones, eleotric vibrators and various mechanical appliances with- out success have at last resigned themselves to a "norld of silence thinking that nothing can over restore to them their normal hearing Yet their casei is not hopeless. A remark- able scientific treatment discovered a little more than a year ago in England is making people hear after years of deafness and is also unequalled for duiekly stoMimg the distressing head noises 'that are so often the compan- ions of .defective hearing. The dis- covar> is called Farmint and has at- Uacted widespread notite throughout Europe wheie reports of the remark able results it has giien to deaf peo pie haw come in by tho hundred The effect of Parmint it seems is bj tonio action to produce a stimulous no-esciry to reduce all inflammation, "welline enlargement or thickening ot the orgini of hearing and to stlm ulate th'e entire auditory tract. Parmint is riow being sold iby many lending druggists in Lethbridge and vicinity and a speidy trial Is urged upon all who .suffer from catarrhml deafness or in any decree. Ask the druggist tar 1 oi ot Parmint (Double Strength) and It home and mix with 14 pint of hot water and 4 oz of granulated sugar until dli- solved Take one tablespoonful four times a day and you should toon find a remarkable Improvement la your hearing. The Popular Pioneer Line Sailings Montreal Direct to Liverpool. S. S. HESPERIAN......NOVEMBER 5TH IS. S. GRAMPIAN.......NOVEMBER ItTTH. S. SCOTIAN.....___NOVEMBER 17TH Montreal Direct to Glasgow. S. NWMIDIAN.......NOVEMBER 7TH S. SCANDINAVIAN..NOVEMBER 12TH, S. PRETORIAN......NOVEMBER 20TH Montreal Direct to London. S. S. SICILIAN___.....NOVEMBER 10TH S. S. CORINTHIAN.....NOVEMBER 17TH Additional.Sailings Will Be Advertised Later. For full. Information apply local agents or, R. ALLAN, Genewl Northwestern Agent, Winnipeg. program was gnen b) the Leajue, Lesley Hill was veil iifipo Rev. Mr. Cobhledick occupiwi the chair and referred to some .historic events in connection with the organ- tzition oi the League m Canada, and its affiliation Avith. the.Christian En- deavor with both of which he had bten actnely connected Irom 'the o! his mimsbrj The program consisted oe specially ed h) rans and choruses, interspersed with three-minute .addresses' by Mr. Leavitt and Misses horrib aaa Hal- penny, respectively; on :the rctrospcc- ftive, prospectnc and introspective phases of the league's work, and by Messrs. D. Patter- son and Carson-on :what.the League stands for, to the individual, the church, the ration and the, kingdom of Ood. There are members of tire League in Canada, and thev raisa a year for missions, support- ing in whole of in part 100 mission- aries. The Leagues of- Lethbridge, Macleod and High.Biver districts sup- port Rev. H. P. Woodsworth, who is engaged in educational work "as a teacher In the college at Kobe Ja Iran A solo, "My TasV', uas, pleas mgiy rendered h; Mr Tooaibs The hall was beautifully decorated with Canadian flas-i and emblems through In- kindness of Mr Gus Neidig, who furnished the material. The Wesley League had reorganized for tho }eir and gncs promise oi a successful season quite a bum- bra of new members had already i un- ited, and others will be cordially wel- comed The newly elected officers are Hon H Cobbledick Mr L B Toomqs Religious Department Vtce-Pres F. W. Dennis chairman of commit- tee, W A Lowtt Missionary Misa Lingacd chairman of tee, MIES E S Cook, missionary treasurer, Mies Ida Galtoway Social and Literary Department Vice-Pres Miss Trenholme j chair- men o' committees, Mist A. Dow-sett and Mr B B Dutton Good Citizenship Pres., E. E. Chandler; chairman Of committee, D Olive Diacr. Toombs Pianists-Mn. Chandler and M Feuwr. URGES PRIESTS TO RETURN TO BELGIUM :London, Oct. Mercleri Archbishop of Malines. has a letter to bis priests scattered throughout France Holland and Great Britain, urging them all to return" their parishes, as the roads are open- and public security is. guaranteed He says their re- turn will induce the Belgian refugees' to seek their homes again, and.thuav assist in the resumption of np and put an end to the thievi Is now going on. ill You Spend TWO CENTS To Save a 'Dear or in helping that valued eroploje, relative or friend to find out': ttbtiut the modern "NBAL of reieiilng those who are: almost all earthly help" and preventing a high class buainess, professional or ing man from becoming a confirmed DRUNKARD OR DRUG Fill in, detach and MAIL TODAY, Please send literature sealed to Name Address For full information call or addrea4 the NBAfc INSTITU1B i20 IStb. Phono W 4B2I.' 60 Neal Initltutei In Principal Cltttl ;