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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIT THE L15THBRIDGE-DA1-LV HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914 Our lOc Counter Offers you better values than ever For Saturday Here's just a few of many articles that '.may be purchased for lOc: Feather Dusters One Dozen Shoe Laces China Cups and Saucers Writing Tablets, values to 25e Enamelled" Sauce Pans, regular 25i- IHirniture Polish, regular 25e Set of 4 Collar Buttons The Red Corner Brice A. McKay. Corner 3rd Are. 6th St. IIS Ml FINE Opened Yesterday-Furnishings of Hostelry in Keeping With Exterior CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block A 'The finest hotel iu southern Al- f berm." That is what the guests at the op-1 ening of the new King George iu North bethlmdge thought and said i last night, and their calculations were i nearly correct. The King Gcorse is without a doubt, one ot the finest, hotels, not only in the south, but iu tho province. The building itself is unique. It is built of brick, and faced with wire-cut tapestry brick. It is erected in the shape of an "U" so that every room in i the house faces to the outside. There i are no inside rooms in the house. Ev-j i eryone of the 51 rooms faces directly on the open outdoors, and the ventCa-i tion, therefore, is excellent. i The rooms are beautifully finished j in 'n-eatiiered oak, and those on first floor have running water. Tho: furnishings are exquisite. Each room. is equipped with a fine brass bedstead, j with 120-coll springs and a fine felt; mattress. la addition, each has a j wardrobe aud an antique oak dresser, i All are well lighted with and each has its separate heating ap-. been said, but- very little j E. Macffinight Graduate of paratus The parlor is fm.nished and tho Toronto Nursing Mission Union, ot mater-1 the new hospital at Gras-( LaSe-.-This institution is perform-.; Toronto. Nurse in charge ing a -distinct and valuable service to nity wards. ?the oonsmunitr in which it is-situat-l The building and equipment is ?the ed, sod. the object oi its foundation Is being gloriously fulfilled. On" the night or June 25th, Dr. L, oi 'the latest pattern, thoroughly mod- ern in every way. The building is of solid brick, three-storey, cement cal- K. Poynte of approached lar, with hot air heating apparatus She Board oi Tfede at 'Grassy Lake and splendid ventilation. The dress- irt-th 'the idea ol locating a hospital ing room-is equipped with a Castle in mahogany, and it would be difficult to find a more sumptuous t resting place in Alberta. The suites; are furnished on. the same high class scale as the other rooms. The dining room is furnished in oak, and has eight large substantial and artistic tables. The windows are ele-' vated high above the floors and are; nicely hung. The rotuuda is cosy and i J7 A T) Vt are at tlie highest point of completeness, and we're ready to serve our patronage as it has never been served before Piles of new goods have arrived during the past few weeks and distribut- ed, throughout every department of the store. A careful inspection of the su- perb new styles, comprehensive assortments and extremely moderate prices will readily convince you that this'store is, as usual, in the load with most cor- rect wear-things of the season. Special holiday sliowings tomorrow'll want to wear oil Monday in Coats; Skirts, Waists, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear and dozens of other little iix- ing-s for your own personal use. The prettiest prices the Smart Jackets for young ladies' wear, in various colors. S17JO Ladies' garments in the besi collec- tion we, have had to show. Coats ever shown here, and lowest we've ever asked 520.00 A wide variety of best styles in all re- gular as well as ex- Ira Classy new gar- ments, nice enough for the most partic-r nlar dressers. induce-i sterilizer, 'white enamel and glass in- that point, to see what presents a homelike and comfortable mots'.that would offer. A sub-i steument cabinet filled with tht lat-i SEO -to S40 New Cutaway Coats with Tunic Skirts. to S Tunic and Tailored style in newest materials. NEWEST GIRDLES AND POPLINS NEW BEADS in CK f fl S. NECKLACES f I0 JPO.UU NEW COLLARS NECKWEAR NEW KID GLOVES IN GUARANTEED NEWEST WAISTS Silk, Voile, Crepe J1.50 'Handsome and ex- clusive styles in a big variety of choice. SS7.50 Cape Coats and h a n d s o in e drop shoulder styles in all sizes. Dresses Serges. Crepes, Silks etc fti splendid collection. Millinery Becoming-new styles in splendid assortments. Gossard Corsets and We are sole selling agents in Leth- hridge for this fa- mous make and handle the proper styles to fit all slight medium and stout figures. We give special fit- tings so that you can he sure of get- ting the model best suited to your fig- ure. business, sod the format opening'metal adjustable stool. Two shelf] The point was brought out last the hospital oa the night of July j plate glass" instrument table, an op-jnigLt that the hotel was not built for was the result. To date about! erator's step, all metal enamel the bar aloua a There are four main theatres oi war, two concerning Hie German and two the Austrian army. Taking them in order-from the Baltic to Bukorina, there .is the first Russian advance on Tasfc Kttssia Ti is nas probably been the least opposed be- cause of the two-German routes, it is tha mostr. distant approach to Ber- lin. A'-. Russian advance.might, there- fore, be ex'iiected, though it was not expected-to be so rapid. j ihe second sph re operations has been the adtancr of the Warsaw armv on- the frontiers of the Prus- sian province of Posen. Here is .the shortest Russian route to Berlin and its first and most, important natural obstacle, :a of lakes and marshes, seems to': have, been sur- mounted already, but; the Russian progress in this dfiection cannot be pushed much further unnl Russian success is assured in tV1 third opera tion, The third sphere "is in -Hie south .61 Russiau where "a large Aus force, acting under German directions; has; taken line of- fensive over a wide and last week to have obtained a con- siderable victor r at ICrasnik. Puslir ihg oa-, another fought at Lublin, where the Russians claim have defeated it. The fortunes of war in -this. field arc oi special importance because suf ficient Austro-Hungarian success would cut the Russian's lines of'com- inimical on through P6liml ind interfere with all progress toward Berlin. The fourth of war is still further to the when; the Riis1 sians have invaded Galicit, and are striking at Lcnitierg. Success in. this region is not so impontantf'.for'-.'thc mam is the others should have considerable' moral- effect en Austria s palticularh the Kuthenians and Slavonians. Turkey still officially protests her FEEDING THE -FRENCH ARMY A French foraging returning to'cainp with of steers to Ked a brigade of soldiera. a large acreage in the Milk. River-district-jdf the Sweet Grass. Associated with Mr. Hanrahan are a number'Lof Chicago railroad op- eritora w are exnected to com memce dr Umg at an eai y oate The elder Hanrahan .was-ilfillert about ten. months ago through a collis'on on the railroad which he had so long identittled himself He was one ot the wealthiest rtQi in JUinoJs CAPTAIN DENNISON QANADIAN WAR VICTIM Toronto Ont Sept comes from fiont of the death at- Mnns- of Bei tram Dennison soli of Admiral John. Dennison anu i of Police 'Magistrate Deunison of Toronio The lato Captain wis married to a diuahtc- of tire lato fcamucl Noidheimcr who for i everal vears was Herman consul m Toronto For Protection against the serious sickness so likelytb follow an aihnentof the digestive or inactive bowels, you can rely on the beat known corrective Cto Urmt a Aa h Ho Sold boiw, 25 Kitchener's Advice Much the Same as That Given Out by Col. Hughes Lonhon Sent Meier mind nhethei thev knou iHvthing about drill It doesn t mottei !t tbey don t know their rislit foot fiom tbeit Teach them to slioot, and do it quickly. These are the n Stl which Lord Wtolicnei gave the dfflceis who are engaged in the worfc 61 getti ig his second .irmy into shape They thro'i strong light on the situation II s a race agalnbt the high siified in littlns out-the second army, so it will be ready to, take its place- in whatever field of action may be necessary when Britain's regular army has-been utlj- ifccd. is all essential. ..From the-first it has been evident that Kitchener re1 aiizcd the gigantic character of the Great Britain .has, been called upon to "do.. Event? oE the past two weeks have brought the force .of this 'conviction home to the British people. ;