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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914 THE) L E T II B R I1) G ii' A H. Y H K II A PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Just Three More Sale Days Thursday, Friday and Saturday Biggesl savings yet announc- ed 'tlaoughout fveiy depart- ment of the stoie, presenting the golden opportunity of the entire year to .supply all your requirements for cold weath- er wear at unusual savings. VESTS AND DRAWERS 35c Regular 50c value ...................3 for White and natural colors, In good weight for Fall and Winter wear. Vests, long sleeves, but- toned front. Drawers shown in two stylos. CASHMERE HOSE 35o Worth up to 50c .....................3 for Ladles' siaas from S'A to 10 inch in exception- ally good iiuaiHUes, plain or ribbed; double eolefl, spliced heels and toes. DOGSKIN SLOVES CSRin Regular value Vvi The new mannish effects In extra fine quality, soft and pliable, warm and tans only; one dome at wrist; sizes C to 8. SATIN PETTICOATS fl> 4 Regular value...............3? B Less than the material' itsolf would cost you. Splendid quality too, finished with 12-inch ruffle, colors Paddy, Nol Rose, Navy, Tan, Black, etc. CHILDREN'S WAISTS Meeced Winter Underwalste -.Vi from two to ten years of age, white and natural WOOLLEN HOSE 3Se Regular 50c value Sizes G to io ins. for hoys and .girls' .-school wear, strong and durable. TRIMMED HAT SALE All New Models Worth up to This sale of Trimmed Hats offers you choice, ot our en- tire featuring ttie amcrtsst jauntiest mqd- fels -vre' have liafl to Beautifully made by expert milliners and shown In stylos of daily one of a. CORSET SALE Worth up to High grade models In this clearing lot, inclnding all sizes, 18 to 27, splendidly made of good NEW BRASSIERES SSc Regular and value- Specially purchased; beautiful- ly trimmed, all sizes 34 to 44; Savings in Ready-to-Wear are i Stiits, Goats, Skirts'and Dresses in the 'best models of the season at less tlian they cost to have made. COAT SALE Worth up to SUIT SALE SI 8.75 Worth up to OBERA; CLOAKS _ Worth up to DRESS SALE Half Price to values SKIRT SALE S6.7S' Worth .up to 513.50 VELVET CLOAKS Worth up to ?75.00 Press Thinks Dewet Rising is Purely Local London Oct 28 Manchester Guardian toJaj thinks thit the South African n ing is local Alanv Beers, aays the Guardian, righllv or Hioagly regard the Euro- pean war as a foreign war" with which thcv have nothing to cr- tept thUnsehcs if attacked, and the Un'on government comes along and compels thorn to serve anxiety, to establish as big a trade The Mancherter (Viurdisn remarks that if enlistment had been voluntary as, in Canada and Britain, there would- have- been no rising. During the .eight months of .this, year steerage travel across lantic haa dropped 44 per cent. A New Phase of the Canteen ProblemArises Tondon, Oct, canteen ques- tion at Salisbury Ftaui is likely to take on a new phase At am rate, among, section .dwellers in the camp a strong feeling -'is growin; that the canteens sliouM be m charge of a canteen sergeant who will see ttnat the proper relations are en- forced, instead o! such institutions being underlie control of a contrac- tor from the tfutbitlc may only sho-v anxiety to establish ijs g trade as Possible1 Among the officers there is a strong Desire to establish rogi mental measures oi the pres ent by gads messes which prove ex.- pcnsive.f Wives Sometimes Object To Life Assurance Widows Never Do Many a man has failed to insure because of his wife's noble but'misguided scruples. She didn't want even to think of her, husband being taken from her. The thought of money forcing itself into such a tragedy filled her with horror. Such a woman overlooks tha awful plight of a family left destitute a husband'! duty to protect hu family from want and Buffering after his death A wife who opposes her husband in performing this duty is unfair to him, to herself andtoher little ones. A few dollars year invested in aa. Imperial Income Policy will secure tho rkivmenl'of n regular, monthly income to a man's family efter he's gone. We have an Interesting booklet which tells aft shout it, and mil send a free copy to any nan or veman who asks for it. t ft. J- Write for your copy today. j' THE IMPERIAL Of fc Assurance. Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilfe, DisbM falter, LdWife COMMANDER SAMSON, THE FAMOUS AIRMAN It will he recalled that Commander Samson made a daring motor raid a ihort while back and succeotled in dis lersing a unit of Uhlnnfi or !'ewe ambs" as our cheerful Tommies call hem. Commander Samson.Is one of he pioneers of flight in the navy and consnfcuois b> his aerial man ocuvres At the roUew at Spithead which preceded the war Qeueral Trench reports that our men have cs- ah, asccpdancy 01 er thi tfiatois ot tiie WAITED FOR WITH .CANADIANS Ottawa, Oot That the lauding ifiice of, the Canadian trans- ports, was itt the laet moment frotn Soutaaigojon.to owing to tiie discovery of a flotilla of Ger- man submarines off the wight Information which Haw-Wph re- ceived at Ottawa is tint the original plan was for the On nadians to land at Southimpton; where all preparations were Made to re- thuav Tho many friends oi Miss Josie Mc- Donald will be jilcasnl lo learn tliat slio is improving favorably utter an operation at Gait hospital last week. Major Sir Rdwanl Worthmgton, medical officer to the Duke oi Con- it who lias just rnachctl laiiti, i.s to be marriutl on urtiay to Vvininijcu Jean, the only daughter of John Wallace, of Dunblane, Scotland, and will then proceed on active .St-rvitn. The marriage took place last Tues- tlay at the rcsidnncL- of the bride's hrotlier, Mr. H. N. Taylor, and -Mrs. Taylor, 315 MctcalFe avenue, West- mount, Quc., of Miss pf.'rlH Taylor, only daughter of the btc Dr. F. P. Taylor, and .Mrs. Taylor, of Chariottajtown, KK.l., to the Hon. Murdoch Frtivincial Sec- retary for Prince Kiiward Islund. llie ceremony' was pcrlormeti by t4ie Kev. C. A. Williams, of St. James Mofch-ceiist church, assisted the the Rev. Dr. Heartz, of Amherst, N. S., uncle of the bride. The home erf Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fnrrow the scene of a most pleAsaht'SiUrpcise1 party last evening to celebrate Mr.: FFiJ-roK's birthday. About eight''o'clock his to .file in and hept it uj) till Uie house was filled to jits; capacity. The evening .was spent in social g-aiues, antl singing of sacce'd and pa- until about mklniglit. Mr. Farroiy.'s friends him with twp :lieautiful pictures, via.: "Tho Old Oakou; and "Tho Village D.. W. Tuman made the presentation speech, in a fc-iv well "c'hosem Avords. Mr. Farrow rc-sponded, 'expi'tissini; his appreciation of such a beautiftil gift from his friends. Mr. G-.-Smith presided nt the piano in a very'able manner. All seemed to enjoy .themselves and albout when dainty reiresbments were served hy Mrs. Farrow and Mrs. Van Blarcam. The whole affair was a complete surprise toj Mr. Farrow. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. CJeo. Seaman, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Price, Mr. and Mrs. W. G-. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tuman, Mr. and Mrs. G. IX Mr. and Mrs. T. Hull, Mr." and Mrs. H. n. HUE, Mrs. Cory, Mrs. Beach and Mrs. Van Blarcom. Ail departed, wishing Mr. Farrow many happy returns of the day. Suffered Terribly Until She Took "Fruit-a-tte" ST. JKAW MATHA, JAN. ajtb. 1914. "After suffering for a long time with Dyspepsia, I have been cured by I suffered so much that I would iiot-dare tat for I was afraid of dying. Five years ago, I received samples of 1 did not wish to try them for I had little confidence in them but, seeing iny husband's aiiriety, I decided to do so and at once I felt relief. Then I sent for three boxes and I kept improv- ing until I was cured. While sick, f lost several pounds, but after taking I quickly regained Tvhat I had lost. Now I eat, sleep and digest a word, I am completely cured, thanks to "Fniit-a-tives MADAM M. CHARDONNEAU .is the greatest stonisch tonic in the world and will ahvnyscurelndigestion.SourStomach, Dyspepsia aud other Stomach Troubles. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial At all .dealers ot-sent on receipt of price by Limited, Ottawa. tbo resilience o! Mrs. D. A. Smith, 621 "l'3th St. 'S. All mcmucrs arc urged to attend. Missionary convention ai Wesley ;'church tomorrow af- ternoon at At. six o'clock there will be