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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE PATRIQTiC BAZAAR under the Auspices of The Daughters of the Enipire, at Rylands' Store and Tuesday, Nov. 2 andJS of all Cash Sales for these Two Days will be donated to the Daughters of the fO Empire for Patriotic Work. STORE has been turned a gaily decorated bazaar for Monday and Tuesday. The D aughters o'f the Empire have duirgc of the store these two days, assisting our regular staff in every wny possible to swell the day's receipts, as 5 per cent, of all sales go to their society to help tlrqscjn distress. No matter how small your pur- chase may be, it will help the cause they stand for. Every woman in ,tlie city is requested to help hy buying anything in Dry Goods that f hey will he needing for Fall or Winter use. We are doing our part to help liy offering special bargains for these days. Jt is up to the ladies of the city to respond and help make this affair a grand success. Holiday Kerchiefs on Display Shadow Lace Floancings All. of oar Xinas Kerchiefs will be oh display-ra Bight worth coming' all the way down town 'to see. Hand embroidered linen Kerchiefs from Ardoync, Ireland, all neatly boxed, priced from lOc to ?i.60 each: vEmbroidery Imens, all Kinds For your Christmas Fancy Work. Our aupply pE Linons is complete. For this sale a special dis- count for these two days of ten per cent. AH Linen Imported direct from Linen Sheetings on Sale Tivo grades of nest quality Linen 72 Inches sale for Monday and Tuesday at 95c and ?1.15.a yard. For-your new evening gown in white, black and ecru shades. These are very scarce goods and come direct from Prance. Special values 76c up to a yard. Taking, 20c io 80c Sample Tablecloths 150 Table Cloths, some slight- Iv soiled, others known as secoudB with a drawn thread here and there. These'will foe on sale at about HALF PRICE. Sample Napkins -Napkins to'imafch the above cloths Half their usual These.will be on display at 20c and 25c each.. ers of the The following ladles will act as "floor walKera" and .assist in ''boosting" Monday's receipts: MRS. REEVE MRS. A, BUCHANAN MlSS PATTESON MRS. J. O. WILSON MRS-L. M. JOHNSTONS :'MRS.'A.M. BRACE MRS. A. B. STAFFORD MRS. R. T. BRYMNER. Other Lines on Display Low Prices on these lines for Monday and Tuesday for Patriotic Bazaar New Eiderdown Robes At up to Voile and Orepe Waists and New Satin and Moire 95c, and Warner's New jTall Corsets 95c, up ttf .Children's New Fall Coats At Little Boys' Overcoats up to Ladies'New Fall Shoes New Coats for Women At Vests and Combinations 50c, 75c, up to New Silk and Cashmere Hose 35c, 50c, 65c pair RYLAN0S CO. THE BUSY STORE A. well assorted stock of Cotton and Linen finish- ed Pillow Tubing for embroidering on. Orio very particular line on sale at 2Sc a yard. Finest Irish Linen Towels A new lot of fine Irish Guest Towellings, 1-1, 10. IS, 22 inches wide in. neat fleur-de-lis, Shamrock other designs, also ready-to-use Guest Towels "at 25c, 35c up to a pair, Dress Goods 59c 250 yards of Serges, Vicunas, Waffle Cloths and other new materials on sale for these two days. color im-. aginable. 'Values up a yard Petticoat Sale Just arrived, from. England, and placed on sale at -prices that.will surprise you.. Satineitc Skirts, regular val- ue up to on saie...95c Brocaded Satin, worth ?2.00, all colors, oa sale Moire Silk Underskirts, regu- lar value, Sale. Price DAY NIGHT On Sale From 7.30 to 10 To-night English Red Cross Nurse Assists British Sailor at Antwerp FUNERALS Olive Vcra Eldredge, the 10 year .old' daughter qf. S. N. Kltlrcige, of died in the city yester- day, the victim of a runaway acci- dent. The remains were sent today from T. S. Fc-tterly's undertaking paiiors to Grassy Lake, where tae funeral will take place. The funeral service oi Mr. William Van. Hera will he held tomorrow af- at 3 o'clock at tlm residence of his son, Charles, 71-I 5lh Avo. S. Rev. Mr. 'McN'icol will officiate. Ai- ter the service She remains will be sent to Kingston, Out. The funeral of...Geo. .Smitli, who Ijwas accidentally "killed while out- hunting near Co-ilhurst, took place this afternoon at The service was held in St. Patrick's Kcv. Father Jtinwegan officiating. A J large numher of miners came ia hy train to attend the.scrvice. Tonight is Hallowe'en, the one night of the year the kiddies claim as t'ueir own. The I. O. D. 13. i are doing their share to help make the evening oue to fee remembered by the boys and girls. The candy sale liJCTig con- ducted in aid of the patriotic fund, in F. U. Lowes' old stand, Balmoral block, will offer some- unique' for the children, who will Be given a demonstra- tion on liau'-iy is made in a factory. Tta Lethkridgc Choc- olate Co. is giving its services free, and paren-ts are asketl to come and bring the children. OVERSEAS SOLDIER DIES Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. Ogden, whose death- at Sallsbury Plain .was member of the first contingent -which left .Saskatoon for the war. Previous I to his departure for Valcartier he.liad been connected with; the 105th Regi- ment for three years as sergeant. He was an exp.ert rifle lor er by trade. At the militia Sewell this year he war, a color-ser- ;eant. He was a married man, hut Ills wile and family were living England. NOTABLE IN CASUALTIES London, Oct. casualty list, dated October 24 and issued to- night, gives the names of 23 officers wounded and'17 missinr the kH'ied are Captain the Hon Charles Henry Stanlev Slonck, of the coldstream Guards, heir of Vis count Monck, and Lieut-Co! W L Lorlng of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. A petition signed by 3200 ratepay- ers has been filed for the submission kof the Canada Temperance Act, in "perth county, eiciusive ofv the city at MACLEOD OLD-TIMER DEAD Alacleod, every sign of sincere regret, the funeral of the late Mrs. George Taylor took place.from her residence in Macleod ohiFrlday afternoon; The deceased lady 'was the "widow of the late George Taylor, a well known old timer'In this and 'was very Jiighly respecti-d in the town She leaves two sdns and daughters to mourn uerjloss: The UN fr-M A has added 500 men to its numbers, many of them forffl-r aiemboul who are returning to help out the government._______ DR PRICES BAKING POWDER AIRMAN'S FLIGHT TO COURT Lieut. Gould the Royal-. Flying Corps, Nethcravon, flew to Pewsey Police coiirt, to give evidence ah a charge against his servant. He ex- plained.that he expected to be order- ed to tbe front, and did not want to ho away from headquarters longer than necessary. THE BEST-DRRESSED ARMY According to the Tailor and the British Army is the pest dressed army in the world. It can do some when it is put to it. NAVY NOT IN NEED Ottawa, Ont., Oct. most cheering communication 3ias. been re- ceived from the British Admiralty to the effect that the British Navy is 80 completely equipped with men that no more reservists and no volunteers are required in the meanwhile. Was Known Here Roderick MacLeod Cameron, ship- ping merchant and. head of the firm of R. Cameron .Co., Now York, Is dead. Mr. Cameron was 46 years old, the son of the late Sir Roderick W, Cameron, owner of the Cameron ranch east of Lethbrldge, who was formerly a shipping merchant. In February lust year Mr. Cameron married Miss Enid Llndenmn, daughter of a mer- cigBt oi Sydney, Mr. and llrs. 7th avenue A. S., were surprised by a number of friends on the occasion of Mr. Smith's birthday. A happy evening was spent singing anil dancing till an early hwir. "A pleasant Hallowe'en party .-was given at tic home of Mr.' and Mrs. Smith, 2nd Ave., N. After games and music n sumptuous supper was servr ed. Great fun was had in. .the finding of the good things in nbe large pud- some time caretakerVthe rifle range I ding displayed in the .centre of the lere. Last spring be 'was a member I -telble. There was also a large hair of tho Saskatoon rifle team, which! bowe-'en .cake madeiby. the hostess, competed at Hegina. He was a p'iumb-1 which was given ample justice. Alter ........tia camp at I the supper well rendered songs and dancing, which was kept up 'iintil the in morning. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Milrqy, BREWERTON-MITCHELL Raymond quiet but in- teresting wedding was solemnized by Bishop Evans at his home last even- ing, when Miss Brewerton, was united in marriage to Mr. Nephi L. Mitchell, both this city. The bride was becomingly attired in a handsome white .serge dress with black trimmings, and was attended ,bv her friend, Miss .Rell Love. The j groom was') supported by, Mr. Hard- I ing Brewerton. Only immediate rela- tivcs witnessed the ceremony. Taber very pretty wed- solcninized on' AVednesday of this ,.eck, at 2.30 p. m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'Avers, when their daughter Ida Augusta, became the brufe of W. J. McCarroll. Miss Ma-bel McCumber was bridesmaid, while tha groom was attended by WiHard Ben- aett- Rev. F. W. MabalTy periormei the ceremony. of Glauses Tonight Heavy quality Glasses, good clear Blsss. heavy base, lonisbt each Hours' Selliiiii' will see the Last oi' These Night Shirts Men's Flannelette Night Shirts, soft quality imported fjoods. all good coloring, sixes 15 to IS. Reg. ?1.00 CEm value, tonight Buys These Girls' Strong School Boots for girls, smart bluchcr style. Tl-.cse are our regular line, sizes 11 to 2 gja Tonight........if loW'W 22c for these Bungalow Nets Two pieces only, White Bungalow Net on sale to- night, 45 inches wide Reg. 35c yard Special Sale Ladies' Combinations Ladles' White Combina- tions, made .fine wool and Sea Island high- ly mercerized, perfect fitting style, all sizes, in quality, sultiP.i V Grocery Special Tonight MIXED NUTS IJer pound ORANGES Per dozen APPLES 9Kn R% pounds for GINGER SNAPS IQn Per _lwC Apron Special 49c All Over Aprons in neat designs, colors, navy, cadet and blacfc and white, Values to 750 .TrWU Men's Neckwear "J Clearance, 50c i Qualities 2 lor 25c Natty New Neckwear for men, good colorings and pat- terns, a. range of 50o ties clearing ont at 2 tor KIMONA SALE NOW ON valua value value You Will Find the Candy Counter at the Front of Store With These Specials FRY'S DELICIOUS CHOCO- LATES, from 25c fiQ fjfl; to, per box LUSH'S ASSORTED PACK- ETS, fresh HAND MADE French Nugget, Marrow-bone and Jiarshmallow Per pound....... 35c ASSORTED CHOCO- LATES, pound UWW ASSORTED JELLY OB FRUITS, pound C3C TURKISH DELIGHT Per pound C3C FRY'S DELICIOUS BARS lOc ASSORTMENTS 6c and Hudson's Bay Co. Clubs and Societies The G. F. Club will meet on Tues- dav at the home bf Mrs. II. W. Mcech 532 loth St. S. Aifull" atkndance' is requested. Thd-.l7 O. E'..are .pianning-for a patriotic entertainment in the iestic on December-10th. i The; Yolirig Ladies'. Bihle class of St. Andrew's church will meat at the churcii on 1.30. p. .m. in- stead of V announced. It is ,that all Red Cross work l-dono !by members of the Ladies' Aid 'oj Kno.t cliucdi should he left at not later than Monday. The.Daughters oi the Empire continue the. afternoon, tea and of camlv in the 'Balirioral block Monday" and- Tuesday afternoons. DAYS SACRIFICE SALE Of Uritrimmed Hats also Millinery Trimmings ipfail Kinds Commencing Sat, Oct 31st MISS JOHNSTON 309 6th Street South Ref James MoRae, of Guelpb, has been extended a can rrom st. And- rew's Presbyterian cluirch, .Chatham. Rev. J. A. Connie, at Qak Man., iviil take charge of ian work at The Pas: will sale! METHODIST MINISTERS EAGE'R FOR SERVICE Oct. Methodist ministers have al- ready volunteered- :to go at