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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGE EIGHT .THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 19M Store Full of Satisfying Bargains for Saturday and Monday ScHinff. Tvulv the fiTcntest: valnos wo've over ottered in seasonable inwrlmiullse of quality at lllfi time .vou wiil tliem- Come io this store Saturday; if you can't get IIPVC Saturday the bar- o-ains hold good for Monday so as to give everyone a chance to pur- chase M-hanhe.y require ai.a good substantial saving- in price. Real Satin Underskirts For Satin Skirts with 10 inch pleated .flounce in navy, bi-owu. cardinal and green, regular values. Saturday and Monday Q4 CQ Little Girls' Cream Cashmere Dresses Cream Cashmere Dresses, nicely trimmed and neatly made, sizes tor- I, 2 and 3 years, regular price values Saturday and Monday -price C 1 Women's Fine Ribbed and Drawers 35c Regular 50o values in this sale, while they last, at each Vests Boys' and Girls' Jersey Sweat- ers, 90c Excellent Qualities in best selling col- ors; prices range from V-V V 5 1-2 in. Heavy Silk Ribbons Little Girls' Hats, All colors in this rich Silk Hair Ribbon, the re- gular value is 30c. Saturday and Monday price reduced down to Girls' Crush Hats, brown, navy, 4 green black, reduced prices from 4> I WONDERFULLY GOOD BARGAINS IN ATTEMPT TO NEUTRALIZE EF- FECT OF Blfi RUSSIAN VICTORY IN POLAND London, Oct. 3H.-Turtwy's action in committing an act of war against Kussia is taken lirre as a scheme tf Germany's to draw Russian troops from Poland and party destroy the advantage gained by tzars troops in the recent lighting. The appearance of the allioa Host on the Dardanelles will be a natural se- quence. The intervention or the Porte, since its persistent disregard of the warnings of Great Britain, France and Russia has lit en anticipated, and is said to have been thoroughly pre- pared for. The Muscovites, however, have a large and "rowing reserve, and I are quite capable of attending to the 'Turkish factor without depicting the I armies now in the ticld. These lat-ter apparently are making steadv progress towards -the entrench- ed positions on the Hivcr Wartlun, Russian Poland, where the Germans will make another at- tempt to rend the enemy. The Rus- sian re-occupation of Vzernowitz, in Bukowina, is considered important, as this town is a railroad junction, 'and its possession irccs another rail- road line to Lodz, which again is in possession of the Russian troops. Skirtings and Suitings, 65c Slips, Towels etc. 42 inch Tweed, Serge and Vicuna Suitings in shades of bhie, brown and green mixtures. These materials maie up well for whole dresses or sep- arate, skirts, and will give good service. Values up to 90c. Saturday and Monday price, per yard Cape or'Dogskin Gloves For Straot Wear Regular line tor ........95c Girls' Lace Collars, each .......25c Girls' Embroidery Collars .......25c Children's Fleeced Pure white, each Camifle'Front Lacing Corsets A high grade Corset for 12 Inch Pillcm Slips Sx4 Hemmed Sheets .......................95c 24x40 Bath Towels ........................20c 20x36 Linen .......................15c 2 yard wide Plain Sheeting................27c English Tlan. Shirting--.............20o 7 pound Grey Wool Blankets, each Boys' Shirts and Drawers 35c Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, sizes for boys, excellent values this price; Saturday and Mon- day, each 35c Soft Eiderdown Kimona Cloth Cardinal, "pink, blue, navy wide. Price per yard THE SIMPSON COMPANY, Limited THE LADIES' STORE Phene453 Acadia Block CLARKE fc CO. Hosiery Gloves Corsets Underwear Lines in which we take particular pains to supply you wlili tlie very best ii'.ailablu, not ouly in assortments, but In values uH welt. Stocks now are at the highest point of cornpleteneaa and ready to meet your every demand at moderate cost. Hosiery Corsets Silks. Uslos, CasluuerfB and Woollens for every boy and girl, us well as com- plete woman's sizes. CASHMERE HOSE Regular 50c value. Plain or ribbed, spliced heels and I double sole-; aizea Sli to 10 inches. RIBBED WOOLLEN HOSE Regular 50c value. Sixes six to ten Inches, suitable for hoys' and girls' school wear; very strong and durable. ..35o ..35c Gloves We are selling agents for D. A. and Gossard Front-Lacing Corsets. DOGSKIN GLOVES Regular 51.40. Shown :n tans only lu the vopulnr mannish effect, one dome at wrist, sizes six to seven and a half. FRENCH Worth Finest guaranteed finalities in every wanted color and size. All at the old price. CORSET SALE ....................85c Regular value. Madu ot white coutll lu new models, suited to. air medium figures; sizes 18 to 28.. CORSET SALE Worth up to A collection of odd lines Including all the wanted sizes, all exceptional values. Kosaard Corsets... and Perfectly proportioned, splendid fitting gloves that wear bettor by reason of the fit. Underwear "Union Suits nnd separate garments in the most-complete assortments wo have over had to show.' VESTS AND DRAWERS ...........35c Regular 50c value. Splendid Fall and Winter weights in white or natural fiolor. LADIES' UNION SUITS to Cotton, woollen, silk and and all silk in the famous Watson's anil Veyilln makes in styles to suit every taste. CONVENTION OF-TWO DISTRICTS HELD IN WESLEY CHURCH. PAPERS" .PREMIER BOTHA New picture: of Premier Botha; ot South 'Africa who.Js leading J3ri- tiah troops German South' African troops alid. also against 'the mutinous Col. .Maritz PREMIER'S SON GOiNG TO WAR Winnipeg, OcL son o[ Prem- ier Robiin of Manitoba, C. D. Roblln, Tyas accepted tonight as a member of the C company of the'SOih Riflep BATTENBERG TO PRIVY COUNCIL London, Oct King has appointed Prince Louis ot Batten- LVerg a memoer of the privy council. SIMPLY A MISTAKE If YOU happen to bust some one in the eye by mistake, and get away with it without being Killed, simply anolo- gize and It will be all right That's what Jimmy Archer, catcher Chicago Cubs did. and it prov- ed satisfactory to a Chicago fan whom Jeems slammed on the chin for an al- fleged flirtation'Irith the hall player's wife. Sir Chas. Bhers-Bulkeley Killed m Action DOCTORS HELPING Men Who Drink The busy doctor has neither the time nor PLACE to proper and needed medical attention to hia alco hoiic or drug patients Youc doctor knowa that he cannot rare >ou of jour heart, stomach, hrer. I kidney or Bother senoui on "QUIT" taking more and more of ?the poison of alcohol or drugs Into your system, only aggra- vate your other ailments but destroys Lmestal and physical manhood. Ask your doctor about the. Neal Treatment'and the large, story modern jflreproof femldingtfprmeriy the ChiMfto, its expe'rienc- physicians, nurses and attendants exclusively to the care and treatment of high class men and wo-, men who want to overcome the cause i and'flffect of using drink or drugs. j For call or address The NBAL INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. Weit, Calgary. Phon9 W4526. 60 NEAL INSTITUTES IN PRINCI- PAL CITIES London, Oct. despatch trom the correspondent of the Ileuter Tele gram Co. at Paris, ''The news today is excellent. I am able to state on the best authority that the eaorts of the'allies are cnnvned with success. j j "In coasequeriCC of the opening or the sluices of the Vser Canal thous i ands of the Gcrma-ns were caught Those escaped drowning were the artillery. "Some points ot extra strategic im j ports nee-have been occupied by the! left "wing the allies while along yracticalJy: the rest of the front as far as the French eastern ailincnt sliies progress continues. The German, losses are terrific. Orrlne for DriRk dibit TRY IT AT OUR EXPENtC We are In earnest we aak you to tin ORRINE a trial. You lothlns rink and ftverytnlnf u (or jour money will be ntanwtt 1( a trial you fall to get wanlti TbJo offer thi nrtrw.atd uotiieri of thtue irtnk to, OIUH an opportunity to try the it li a rerr tte- tnMrtmmt, can- bt liven la poWWtr or leaf at Une and at amall price. tnivnt im two OK- for tfcw timit- BRITISH NAVY'S BIG Oct. secretary of the admiralty makcs-the following an- nouncement "The British naval flotilla contin- ues to support the allies! left anil since the morning of October 27 the fire of 12-inch guns-has been brought to hear on the Oerman positions anil batteries. "Reports received from shore tes tlfy to the effect and accuracy of the lire and to its galling character. The Dank is thus thoroughly maintained. "Yesterday and the day before the enemy 'Drought up heavy guns and re- plied vigorously to the 'fire of Admir al Hood's ships, the vessels received only triflln the opponl praattcally ceased and the preponder- ance ot the naval, gunners seems to he Mtabliihed. Two well attended meetings in Wesley Hall yesterday afternoon and evening, -with a banquet j in honor oi the visiting members, marked tfhe annual meeting oi tho Women's Missionary Society, held jomth by the "Uacleod and Lethbridge The meeting was opened by a half- .liour devotional service led by Mrs. 1 iving Dis net Organizer, Mrs. Shoiil- tiice, of Calgary, opened the business session'.with an address dealing with I ihe tire organization. Mrs. fvfcetterly elected qrer after Mrs. Brandon', on i Ltuciif oi the local branch, welcomed'j the usitmg delegates in a short ad-' dre s hieh replied .to ;B.: Harrison of Claresholnv 0 During the aiternoco a number' interestmg given. Mrs. Mclluna oi Westminster Auxiliary, Lethbridge, spolie on "Missions as an Sks. Virtue oi inter-j est anl Miss Harrison of Claresholm, on "Missions for tlife j Young Miss So'jy- of' the i Claresliolm on "How can i help the organizer 4 interesting paper by Mrs. Mc-j Killop, of Lethbridge, on "Our SOM; cietj as an agency for developing tlic life ot the. concluded the aitemoon addresses; Short tie- j fcates followed each address in'which the helpful suggestions put forward were discussed. Mrs. Rev. Barnar of SALE ENDS SATURDAY Your last chance to secure that piece of Furniture or Carpets and Draperies at the Sale Price JUST A FEW LEFT of those Ing-rain Art Squares in sizes 3x3 and 3x3 at prices you can never dup- licate'. Just the tiling for a Bedrooni, light and easily, cleaned, and the price will please yon. .tv STANDARD FURNITURE QUALITY FURNITURE. OPP. COURTHOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH The death 'occurred suddenly last The above pictiire was taken on the wedding day of Sir Charles, and Miss Pelly, both'of the Rideau Hall Staff. He wae'with the Scot's Guards and his death was announced recently. j structural datnaee. Today ltion from the shore has "Tne casualties have been very throughout, but oue- shell, ex- ploding on the destroyer Falcon, kill- ed die officer and eight men and woonded one officer r.nd 15 men. One killed and several wounded are also repotted from the light cruiser Bril- liant, and sight were wounded in the Rlnaldo. "nil enemy's submarines have been an opportunity to take the dMtroyen." THE WHOLE WORLD calls for wheat it provides such won- derful nourishment at -low, cost. "FORCE" toasted Wheat Flakes je all wheat, cooked with malt to make it "tasty." l5c. Worth it.