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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1915 THE nKKAi PAGE SEVEN Another Big Sale Tonight At TONIGHT'S LIST SHOULD CROWD THE STORE TO ITS CAPACITY. THE BARGAIN'S LISTED HERE ARE BUT WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF OTHERS THROUGHOUT THE STORE, ALL OUT IN SIGHT, MAKING 'IT EASY FOR YOU TO SERVE YOURSELF. NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE IN THE CITY, IT WILL PAY YOU TO TAKE-ADVANTAGE Off THESE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SALE SPECIALS FOR TO- NIGHT. WAISTS; mostly sizes 34-30 11 tailored styles, In white, tan, etc.. worth up to PINS, Toilet Pin Dress Pins, Dome Fasteners Hooks and Eyes; any "fl ftn 3 articles for 1 Uv SLEEPERS for children, best quality plush lined. While they last; any size CO A Price RIC RAC BRAIDS; larg boxes Hair Plus, Safety If Ins cards of Fasteners and Hooks Collar Supports; SILK HOSE; black or white, with floe lisle tops, seamless throughout. Reg. (ioc 3) A A Tonight for COV CANTON FLANNEL; heavy nap, pure white, 100 yards on sale 1 U N R'W.E AR vests or drawers, all sizes up1 to 12 years, natural color1; VESTS, with' shor dutch neck; jusL the weight Hot. present wear LLAMA HOSE; your choice of over 100 pairs Sample Hose, finest cashmere; A pair 1 ES' COMBINATIONS; Stant'icld's mercerized cotton short sleeves, knee length anc low neck; "7C FLANNELETTE GOWNS for women, white with, BilK embroidered trim; 4 Cft to for ..91 U .VEILINGS; new close mesh, white or black, reg. 35c OCft value; tonight only Cvv FANCY HAIR RIBBON, dftrlt ground with regimental stripe patterns, 5 inches wide Per yajrd BRASSIERES; 25 only. U. -A. Brassieres, reg. 85c. J On sale "tonight only.. "fwC 'TABLE7 COVERS, Batteniburg with linen centre, size CQ-% 21x21; on sale ___ WWW We Will Continue the Golden Opportunity Sale 11 Owing to the windy weather of i his past, week we have decided -to continue the Sale on Into, next week. This will be good news to the many people who desire to! purchase their fall goods at price's that: have .never: been equalled, in city at the beginning of the seaipn, BOV3' TOQUES, :10 flbzeii tearing tonight, all Aflft good colors, special "tUC BOYS' COMBINATIONS; Ul to 14 yearislzes; Tiger. Brand'; mshrlnkable; 4 OC per garment 9 J BOYS' UNDERWEAR, heavy ibbed. all shirt or drawers, a garment 1 vw MEN'S COMBINATIONS) Watson's make, closed cibtch, elastic knit; CO CCI Sizes 36 to 40 MEN'S OVERALLS; pant tyle, plain blue or grey; tonight WAISTS; made from good 'quality grey -flannel, with attached collars; also Boys Grey Flannel Shirts 4 OC Tonight for MEN'S UNDERWEAR; "Viy-ella" '..brand, very fine quality white cashmere yarn, 'best English, make, special QC per garment 1 swO MEN'S KERCHIEFS; either plain -nrhitq or fancy border, Tdnlght onlj i for CDC MEN'S 'UNDERWEAR; Penman's Red-; Label ribbed wool; Tonight only Qfljk a garment vjUw TELEPHONE ftOS Miss Marcel In .Luflcrtiy leaves this afternoon on a visit to Cnlgary. -Air. Mason of Winnipeg, is ;i the city.. The Art Needle-work club will meet with Mrs. Williamson, 9th St., on Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. Kenny leaves this after- noon for where slie wi" .the winter. The G. F. club will meet on Mon- day at the home of Mrs. Kleetwood, 523 Seventh St. S. The board of the Nursing Mission will meet at the V.M.C.A. on Monday at 4 p.m. Jlrs. .Ernest Jackson and children returned yesterday from a three months'.yislt to Manotick, Out. Miss Agnes'O'IIagan, who has been the" guest of Miss Jessie MacDonald in Calgary, returned home yesterday. Mr. H.-Fairjicld returned yes- terday from Winnipeg, where he lias been attending the Grain Standard Board. Arrangements are being made for a dance to be held in Raymond next ..Friday night, when a special train will be run from Lethbridge. Those interested in the First Aid class are reminded of the .organiza- tion meeting on Monday afternoon at the Y.M.C.A. at 5 o'clock. Miss .who has, been .the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. .Ken- ney, has left, for her home in Oko- BtflE. COFFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Hat your morning cup of cof- fee a full rich flavor and deli- cate aroma? (f not ask for Blue Ribbon coffee when giving your- next order and notice the difference. You will be agree- ably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, and Extracts all one best. Paris, Oct. The British troops which were landed at Saloniki said by the Havas News Agency cor- respondent there to have received or- ders from London to depart for the I Serbian front. The correspondent Mr. Roscnroll, who is visiting ID AT Ottawa, Oct. 30. In connection "with the announcement that the Can- adian forces are to bo increased' to Sir Sam Hughes today that he wants everr; officer and mm-cbmmissioned omcer Canada qualified for overseas service to re- port to officers commanding that they can be assigned to neu regiments .to1 fae raised. Qualified officers who Miil be un- able to go overseas owing to physical and other reasons'are tl.so asked to report in order that their services may be .used for instructional pur- poses Try Rexall Orderlies; the nioredu laxative. They are sold on a money back guarantee" by'j. D.. Hlginbotliam Co. Ltd.. The -Rexall-Store lOc 25c and 50 cent one you've been accustomed to buy DaiCHTFUL contanng two more than formerly at the same price Ttittt illuitratidru are actual me. Always insist' upon the dainty, candy-coated chewing gum. MADE in CANADA Sftve the coupon In every 5, 10, and 25 cent pakage. Chiclet Ciuhlon Corer Mr. and Mrs. J. E. leaves tomorrow for Wetaskiwin, he will re-enter the Imperial Bank- the beginning of the month. Last evening Mrs. Harry Munrq, (ne2 Miss Kuby was present- ed with-a set of silver by-Mr.- -E Jackson on 'behalf of 'the- Wilson-and Home. Mrs. Mark Beards will hold'. of Christmas novelties in her." rooms in the Hull block on Saturday, Nov. G. The proceeds will be used for pa- triotic purposes. The Knights of Pythias Hall was the rendezvous of forty couples last evening on the occasion of the Flow- r Guild dance. The sale of programs, boutonnieres and lemonade, netted quite a siiiij for the good cause. Sup- per was served at .midnight, after which extra's were played for the new Trot Castle Waltz. A very enjoyable children's Hallo- we'en was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Fiddes, 1209 4th Aye, south, on Friday evening. The little guests were: Miss Minnie and Master Andrew David and John Neil Cathie and. Masters Sidney and Ron- aid Peake, Master Leonard Scott, Masters Lyn and Lloyd Smith, Miss Christina Ferrier, Master Cecil Bry- ans.1' The usual Hallowe'en Barnes were the rule of .the evening. The Alexander.J3alt Chapter, I.p. O.E., presented White school with a Union Jack yesterday afternoon, Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Mrs. E. H. Wilson and Mrs R T Bn inner represent-in j the local chapter, Mrs Buchanan, the in a few well .chosen words presented the flag on behalf of the Daughters, of the Empire. It is one. of the aims of this organization to instil patriotism into ilie mindb of the children "and they, try to ac- complish this by teaching them, the significance of the flic. One of those popular Big Brother socials was held last evening in the school-Tdom-of Knox church, .when the class entertained their .friends in royal style at a Hallowe'en social; The room presented a true appearance with its orange- arid" black decorations, witches j Jack- Lan- tern etc. who were able to withstand .the ordeals of the'- room of horrors were kept busy ducking for .apples.and various, other stunts that comprise a real old-fashioned Hallo- we'en enter.tainmmt. Features of the evening were the fortune-telling witches and the Hal- lowe'en sympathy orchestra The serving of refreshments 'and the singing of the National Anthem clos- ed 'enjoyable evening. adds that a junction with Serbian troops already has heen eflectfed. New Curate in charge Rev. Mr. Isaac of the Southern Al- berta Cardston, will take charge of the Anglican Church "work In the Grassy -Lake and Bow Island districts, Lethbridge Officer Honored The long-service badge, which is emblematic of the highest honor con- ferred by the Salvation Army, has been awarded to Mrs. Ensign Richart son of "the Lethbridge corps, after 2 years' service. To add to the life and beauty of woollens. flannels, laces and all kinds of ttnsitire LUX the elun- ser. LUX is the pure es- of fine soap, in flakea It dissolves readily in hot a cream-like lather which cannot injure, fine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX 1 nndon, Oct 30 King George, was injured on Thursday by be- ing thrown from his. horse-white viewing troops in the field continues to improve. An official statement is- sued today savs, "The Kmgrs condi- tion further unproremnt. There has been some sleep and tbe pain n diminishing Temperature and pulse are normal. SlgnM, Anthony Howlby, Bcrtranil'Danson. SENDS J10C TO AVINGE CRIME Otlama, Out. Ocl Saifl Hughes today received tlie following letter from a proniineiit New Yorker: Cavell murder should roiue every Briton throughout the world to vengeance. I cannot ftcht at the front, but I can pay for a subititute, perhaps two I Qtfl-iriillug- fo put a month In >our hands for thlfl pttr> pose as long as .the war En. closed wu cheque (or I1M. in Canada by Limited, London, Ocfe mg are the results o[ English football games played tortaj on the grounds of the iirst-named clubs Midland 3, Brad- ford City i Derhy County 3, (rrims- by Towii 2 Hull City 2, Leicester Fosse 2; Lincoln City, 3, Nott's .County 0 Nott's Foreet 5, Barnsley 0 Sbeflleld AVedncsday 3, Hudders- Treld 1. Lancashire Section-rBnrnley 4, Old- ham Athletic (1, Liverpool 0, Man- chester United 2 Preston .North End. 0. Southport'5 Stoke 3, Everton 2, Bury 3, Jiochdale I Manchester City V'Bolton, Countv 2, TJlackpool London Ccoyden Common 1 W-stham United 2, Millwall Athletic 1, Tottenham Hotspur 3, Walford 0 Pal- Orient 1% Queen's Paft Rungors 3rlhe Arsenal 1. Glasgow, Oct! are toe results of tbe Scottish League football gams'! played today on the grounds, of tbe first-named clubs Raniers 3, Celtic 0 MothdwiU 1, Hearts of (Midlothian S 1. Partick Thistks 1 Clyde 4, St. Mirren 1 Third Lanark 1, Ayr Unit- ed 3, Queen's Park 0 Morton -I, Raith Rorers 0 Aber- decn' I, HamOton Academicals 3 Kalklrk 2, Dundee 0, "Hibernianb -1, Dumbarton 0. i PLAN A CENTRAL London, Oct. official infor- mation has been given out concern- ing the object of General JofTre's vis- it to'London, but ly accepted is that some scheme tot central military control is being pro- moted. The chief purpose presumably would be to niake possible quicker de- cisions and more co-ordinated action than heretofore.' The French commander-in-chief held another conference.'today with Karl Kitchener. He also visited Queen Mary and the Queen mother, Alexan- dria, and then left town.-to inspect a military encampment. Armed Populace Fight Two Days With Hun Looters London, Oct. neuter's dis- patch from Petrograd says; "When during .a search for metals, the Ger- mans began to strip the Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches in Vilna, they were opposed by an enormous crowd of citizens armed with bombs and -grenades.' A. fierce struggle fol- lowed, in which many soldiers anil civilians--were killed. It lasted two. daya." Organizing Patriotic Committee at Barons f On Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. Men's "K" Boots Fifty Pairs only, in tan. bhK-her styles, box calf and glace kid. Regular per pair. All sizes. Art NIGHT Per. pah- Men's Heavy AH Wool Sweater Coats Fancy Knit High Roll Collar. Values NIGHT SPECIAL Ladies' Flannelette Nightgowns While only, Embroidery, and Lace. Trimmings. Assort- ed sizes. Regular value J1.50. NIGHT SPECIAL......... 90C Bungalow Nets Forty-fire inches wide, and ivory shade. Regular to 30c. SPECIAL, per yard..................................... CbC Mixed Nuts Per pound 20c 2 pounds for Ginger Snaps 25c 60 Odd Pairs Kid Gloves Sizea 6 to in French Kid and Suede, Colors black, grey, tang audresent their..duty In .this'matter with uch a succeM that a. motion was passed in favor of the pedagogues Ivlng i) per cent. :of their salaries rom now UM June to -be used for latriotic Judgment for Plaintiff Judgment was, given yesterday morning by. Judge Jackson in the suit of McDaniets vs. Protzman. Tills was an action for work, done, ia .discing and harrowing 100 work was to be done satisfactory to. Protz- man, who withheld his approval, and ls sued for payment of the amount due Protzman had of- fered ?76, the J100 due. Judge Jackson gaveTjudgment to "Mc- Da'nlels for. did not.allpw Mm MoDaniiels f should have taken the offered. Good for bread, good for pastry, good for you. PURIiy FLOUR Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. J. R..Pater-, son, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the1'gum of from'the em- ployees of the City of ng the Balance of the .sums, collected and allocated-to this fund (mmlgratlon Agent Here A H MoKeown, who has been act- ing as immigration officer :iu'Letb- bndge, has been officially appointed to this position. His appointment was made some months ago, but this was not Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize. Panama-CalifornU Exposition .San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right It has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully prepared by' a perfect mechanical process; without the ute of chemicals, flavoring or artificial coloring matter. It is pure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure Food Laws. AD of our goodi told in Canada tat made in MooUtt of Chaict Recipei ttnl Jrte on Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. Ertabuihed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. RE D ROSE ;