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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914 LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Buy it at Ry'lands and Save the Difference News of some of the new Fall Goods with an additional bargain list making Saturday another interesting day for Shopper's Clearing up sold as. liigh The flnal "clean-up" at tho cnil of a big season's business in While Waists. Wo luive gono through the balance of pur stock and nlucod Waists that sold as high as ?2.00 on the Uar'saln high- er low Ions or short Middies for All at the same prlco 3 HoseJI For Saturday, the best quality, Just the hind to put on your boy brilliant finished Silk Lluiu for hard school heavy IIoBe, blade or tan, sizes 8% to double knee, rib black .cotto'ar 10. An exceptional offer. sizes up to regular 35c. Fashlon; says Brown in nearly everything and a -dozen shades or more of 'the Brown 'family are ready for your inspection. There is a big window1 display of Brown Dress Materials, with shades narii- ed like "Nigger" Brown, "Carrot" Brown, "Orange" Brown, "Panama" Brown, "Tangerine" Trv Clotlis ranging in pricevfrom; uu II nH Roller Jowdling 9c 200 yards ol short "Jtlll Ends" A Holler Towelling, of White and Colored Flannel- or flax Hnlsli, 18 incliea Qtte. marked at about HALF PRICE FOR SATURDAY Per yard................ Quarterly Style Book The New Home Journal Fa- sliipn .Book Is now ready. Von will find it' greatly im- proved in" every way. i Tills issue combines the "Criter- "Children's Clothes" and the Embroidery Book, and boat of all the price la reduced. The new price, which includes a coupon any pat- pJSfJ Bargains Briefly Told 1 piece .white >plain Slws'tliig, 2 yds. wide Large size Batji ToVels, lin- en sale. a pair 20 pairs large size White Flannelette Blan- g> a kets, 1.1U.. Flannelette, Night Gowns, wliita only, reg. a 'clearing.... V.J 1 O 25 pairs of- P.O. Corsets1 light weight on Saturday uvw Inlaid Linoleum 2 yds wide dajfc patteins per square yard What About Your Boys' Fall Suit This season 'v.e have specialized on ffioys SjiJts at popU ar prices fte have tried to p-eep the price Opening the qflotHty Onr Boys Twebd 6mts all nev -th-o past t o fgtft w eks, will be-found very And Also His Shoes Sweater Coats Solid .Leather..School, for something oat. of the ort 'dinary. We have puo out la pt ces to bhov, jou the inside value; sizes up to Twenty different Muds-arid col- Sweater Coats and Jer- ee'ya7 for the on dls play dn pur (Men's Department, priced at and up to Lylaeds Co. Always Busy Store AN ARCHITECTURAL TRAGEDY T'i v ir, Beautiful Belgian castle The fejistle of R emdiiohants, near Chauxfoutaine, Is "re- ported destroyed by the Belgians after it had boeu captu red by Gorman soldiers. LONDON HERO FOUND DEAD Vancouver, B C, Sopt i ics. hero of Jack London's story of Sea was found flead today on Ifelse tide fiat There GIO nd on him and bellere ho fell In while intoxicatdd. Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Dunlop have returned from an extended- trip to eastern points. Mrs. Sutherland (nee of Edmonton, is visiting her mother, Mra. Kobert Reynolds, who is 111. lowing statement regard inp the ways in which tho general itublic.oan ren- der effective assistance during the present war. The. helpful ways are First, collection ot cash contribu- tions for 'local 'us? to he forward- ocl to the Hod Cross in To- ronto 'the 'formation of vol- untary aid working parties for the Mrs. George Taylor is spending a provision ol comforts and materials month with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, of Calgary. Miss McCamhly is spending the week-end and holiday the guest. Miss Griffin, of Medicine Hat. .qf Mr. Inkstcr, of the Hudson's Bay staff, who haa been holidaying at On- tario points, lias returner! to the City> Mrs. IV. R. Seatle and Mrs. Hugh Donnan will be afternoon tea hos- tesses >at thn Country club tomorrow. for 'Uie sick and wounded third, the formation of first aid and nursing classes under' the St. Jolin Ambul ance association from which ambul- ance corps may be recruited. The voluntary aid detachments, Tvhich are forming both under direc- tion oi the "St. John Ambulance as- sociation arid, of private individuals, aro for the purpose of providing suit- tides for the use of troops in the field and soldiers in the hospi- tals. These articles are summarized as follows For soldiers in the. field, Balaclava caps, ini tied .'abdominal binders, kniv- etl under flannels, soap, needles and Mrs. J. Or. Kobcrtson will be hos-! khaki, colored thread, socks, handker- iess of the tennis tea on Labor Day.' chiefs, wristlets, bachelor buttons and On account of the holiday Monday, there will be no tea tomorrow at- Mr. Graham, of the Union Bank sta5 at Medicine Hat, has been .ransferred to the Lethbridge branch and has assumed his new duties. Rev. J, A. Clark, of Calgary, will stationery. For soldiers hospital, loosely knitted jshirts, cotton, surg- ical tapes, covers for hot- water bed socks, cap covers and dressing gowns. To these lists added f cods tufts such as condensed milk-, meat extracts, essence of chick- j en, mutton and beef, old brandy and champagne. Articles should be pack- monton on Oct.: 3. ireach the sermon at the induction o? ed caremlly and .each'parcel packed he Rev. Dr. Dyde, Professor Milieu should he Cross sup- and Professor Barnard of Rotertson; and forwarded to tho Cana- coliege, which will be held at .Ed- diSE Cross society, Toronto. Through the kindness of 'the transpor- tation companies such parcels are carried free of charge. All women of the city who 'intend going to the First Aid to the injur- ed classes, which will be started next week, are asked-to send their'immes to Mrs. L. M, Johns tone or Mrs. W. R. Seatle just as "soon as possible. The C. P. R. depqt was thronged ytsterday afternoon with the friends of ROT. and Cameron and _i Oa _" -u y i '_ good-bye ere they' licit for: their, Nor- thern home in" feelings.'and test wishes, of _ a host of friends here follow th.em to their new home. Mrs. F. W. Downer, Westminster House, welcomed a number of guests, during yesterday's receiving hours. The. drawing rooms .were a mass of the season's blossoms, sweefc peas "and gladioli predominating. The hostess wore ;a pretty costume ,pf violet silk with real lace accessories. Miss Downer assisted. The St. John Ambulance Associa- ;ion with headquarters at London, England, and Ottawa, gives the fdl- Clubs and Societies The Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as at 3 o'clock (tomorrow afternoon. Your garden appreci- hlossoms would be greatly Ihe Luther League of St Paul's a L _n h_rch hdd social gathering last evening.-Dialogues, and recitations -wcfctu'- in after which a musical program was render- ed consisting of pjeasing solos by 11 Miss Tajlor Guldsath a fine duet bv' Mrs. Grant an_J-Mr. J, Guld- seth, a clever piano selection by Miss Aileen Jones, who also acted as ac- companist. Dainty reireshmfints were served at the close of-the evening. Knox. Ladies' Aid held its regular monthly- meeting yestxjfrtay, when Mrs. J. B. Murray and Mrs. J. G Robertson were the reception com raitteo.and Mrs. Ripley, .Mrs. .Sloa and Mrs. Terri.ll were hostesses 585.90 was the amount collected b systematic giving for the. month o August. SUPERIOR H O USE H 0 L FURNITURE ed for convenience of sale from the residence of the Misses Scott and others, in- cluding White Enamel Drossor and Stand, splendid Dining in Sulld Oak, Kitchen Cabinet, Sanitary-Lounge', Baby ISuggy, Oak Dressers, and Stands, j All Bad, Spiings Boom Carpet, 4 Oak-Dining Chairs, Mission Oak Extending Table, a quantity of. Cutlery, velc. Terms Cash. J.i No Reserve. SATURDAY 2.30 TOMORROW Saturday With This Store Is always a day of very special bargains in all departments. Read and Profit These Price Concessions Represent Great Savings With every purchase of groceries we will give a sack of sugar for 1.35 Icing 3 pounds for Bar 3 pounds fpr Lump 3 pounds for Hudson's Cay Seal of Quality Flour, 98 pound CO Kfffi 241bs Italian Prune Plums Per case.............. Eggo Baiting Powder One pound 5 Fresh 2 dozeii for..........vvv Bargains in Footwear Men's Box Calf well make, a strong1 drossy shoe for city, or country use; good stout sole. Welted For....... Men's Tan Calf City Bluchers different styles to se- lect'from, reg. value 0S9i 55.00 for Ladles' Gunmetal and Vlcl Kid assortment of styles, values up to 4 JgC J4.50, to-clear at 9 I Children's "Ankle Strap Slip- pers, made of soft red kid, sizes 2% to regular for 95c Three Big Specials Brussels Carpets, light fawn color, neat Persian de- sign, 27 inches wide, regu- lar value 51.50 yard, "TEfi for per yard......., i %J v "We have 50 of these Ax- minster Rugs in several neat conventional designs, rich colorings, size 27x54, regu- lar value @C A limited number of Tung- sten Lamps, all 40 Watts, on sale for.. CUT FLOWERS, FERNS AND PLANTS IN BLOOM, IN GREAT PROFUSION Hudson's Bay Imperial Blend Coffee, three pounds fan for fi .UU Wealthy and Graven- stein Apples, 5 pounds Eltoerta and Crawford, Peaches, per case Furnishing Values That will cause a stir Watson's winter weight rib- bed natural wool Underwear, unshrinkable, two piece styles, regular value per suit. Special f-q ff Per Suit 1.1 3 Men's Knitted Wool Hose, la black and heather mixtures; sires 10, 11; regular 26d .pair. Special AM 7 pairs for .___.....9 I Boys' Smart Tweed Suits made of.strong.imported tweeda Colors Brey, brown and frees, Norfolk and College styles." bloomer panta, reg, AA for Men's Soft White Flannelette Night Shirts, turn down co.llars, sizes 15 to 18, regular for Hints from our Dry Goods Section Worth Noting SILK Inches wide, rich quality in black, navy, sky, mauve, eerice, reseda, emerald, pink and :raahogany; regular 25o yard Special per yard...............____ .LADIES' PLAIN BLACK heels, double toes, size 8% to 10. Special 23c MS ft pair, 2 pairs for .......................TfJjC TURNBULL'S perfect. fitting Vests, unshrink- aljle. All this Fall's stock. All sizes. Regular iiOc for A TABLE OF ODDMENTS in Summer Under- wear which we intend to clear to make room for new stock at 1-3 Off Also a lot of COLORED FANCY FRILLINGS to clear at Half Price. Clearing Many Lines m Ladies' Ready-to-Wear CHILDREN'S OHAMBRAY AND GINGHAM DRESSES pretty checks and stripes. Franco. and -Buster stples. Sizes 2 to 13 Tears, fin. OvC Regular value J3.00 for SAILOR HATS The balance of our stock of Children's Straw Sailor Hats, valueg up 4 C LI OC to 75c, to clear at LADIES' SATIN 6 Inch cordlaa pleated elastic. fitted banda la colors sky, cerice, Paddy, saxs CC blue and black. Reg. value J4.76 LADIES' ROYAL WORCESTER 2% inch .hust, very long hip and back, sir hose supporters, embroidery trimmed. Keg ?2.60. Sizes 20 to 32, for oii. Jiuae For the Economical Housewife who wants her dollars to go far in providing for the home 65c FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER This week 2 pounds for........ JELLY POWDERS Tills week 4 TOILET SOAP', S cakes fur................... CORN FLAKES 3 packages for................. LEE'S SWEET PICKLES ..Regular 31ic now............... HEINTZ TOMATO SOUP Regular 25c now............... LIBBY'S SLICED PEACHES This week 3 tins for........... BARTLETT REARS Large for PRESERVING PLUMS This week ROBIN HOOD BREAKFAST CEREAL This week 3 for GADBURY'S CHOCOLATES, packed specially for pound and half pound boxes, per oound LIME JUICE This week GRAPE JUICE This week HEINTZ PORK AND BEANS Regular IDCT now............. 25c 25c 25c 20c 50c S5c 25c pecially 75c 35c 30c MELBA Regular 50c now LIBBY'S SLICED PINEAPPLE This tins for.......... PRESERVING PEACHES This week..................... OR GRAVEN- STEINS DILL PICKLES This week VAN CAMP'S HOMINY This week 2 for........ 3 tins for..................... EGGO BAKING POWDER A A 25o, 50c and...................9 I BRISKET OF BEEF IN GLASS Regular 90c now................ MINCED RAZOR CLAMS This week...................... RIPE TOMATOES 20 pound boxes, this week....... LAURENTIA MILK Large, 2 for A1 SAUCE Regular 35c now................. GELATINE OF CHICKEN" AND TONGUE FiNESTrB. C. CELERY On. sale, per pound............... 35c 45c 95c 20c 35c 40C 65c 15c 95c 25c 25c 40c lOc Our store will closed on Monday, Scpfc 7th (Labor Day.) Phone us your orders for Cantaloupes, Peaches, Pears, Grapes, Bananas, Huckleberries, Fresh. Pineapples, Sweet Potatoes, Water- melons and Head Lettuce. Keep your eye on Kerr's Window. Quality and Prices talk. PEOMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Geo. Kerr Co. ;_' PHONES 1502 AND 1453 ;