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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914 THE DAILV PAGE FIVE Week-End Specials At The Bentley Limited Friday and Saturday bring more economies to the fore. A splendid range of Novelty Waists, And Coat Values Unprecedented A Sample Range of Infants' Knitted Coats Prices 7Se to A''wonderful assortment of Infants' Coats In- cluding Eiderdown Coats, neatly trimmed with, "contrasting colors and a variety of crochet de- signs. .These little coats make very desirable gifts a little inter. Teddy Bear Coatings for .45 a Yard Newest Cloaklngs in Royal, Alice or Deep Brown.. 50 inches wide. Tweed Dress Goods at 45G a Yard Imported Tweeds, a splendid bargain at 45c yard. Unbleached Table Linen 65c Value 5Qc Yard Table Linen iu 65 inch width, mum design, Ticking 30c Value at ggjc English. Ticking, blue stripe, 32 Inches Grey Wool Blankets a Pair Heavy Grey Wool Blankets, size 74x54 inches blue jbortler. Men's Suspenders 35C a Pair A strong Web leather tips; 50c quality. New Fall Coats Prices from 2.00 A fuH range of fashionable garments, mater- ials Teddy Bear Cloth, Brocades, Plush Tweflfls and Curl Cloths; the styles are Balmacan, Ilag- Ian effects and Caps Coats. New Waists and Smart up-to-the-minute Waist Fashions. White Vqilo with vest effects and touches light colorert trimmings. Children's Sample Hosiery Prices to ?l Pail' Heavy Knit Wool Hose, no two pair knit alike. Hemmed Pillow Cases r Pillow Cases of 44 inch width, ready for use. jj 25c quality... Hemmed Sheets for 05c Each Of Heavy Bleached Cotton. Size 60 by 81. Special g? o Each A plain white Turkish Towel, 48 124, good value 1 Linen Friday Saturday 22 1 C a Unbleached JQInen, a household necessity, 42 inch widths. Regular 30c. The Bentley Co., Limited NO RUSSIANS IN FRANCE Sept. Stan- v dard quotes the Russian and. French -embassies: as. denying the presence in France of a Russian force. Smelts Shrimps Salmon Herring Halibut Crabs All fresh and AI quality Watch for our regular Saturday Night Specials Delaoys Limited British Cross Marne--rFrench Fight Bravely Over Na- poleon's Battlefields London, Sept. is a summarv.of war overnight: est official reports from.the French eminent indicate that the often- 'SHO tactics yndertaken m the last day or two by the allied armies have had the effect of forcing the Germans back at various points m the battle line which extends from a'few miles" east 01 Paris to Verdun, a distance of about two hundred, miles. BRITISH ABMY SUCCESSFUL Bordeaux reports officially that the British army has crossed the nvex Marno and the have fallen back 25 miles The efforts of the Ger- mans to break the French lines on the Curcz river are likewise officially reported to have failed. GERMAN COMMISSARIAT FAILS Seemingly the Germans are of ammunition at thd front, and are having difficulties in provisioning, aud the French war department of- ficially announced "that on the whole the Germans appear to be beginning a movement; oi retreat." BIG FIGHT NEAR: LUBLIN The Russian and Austrian arm eg continue to each other in a long drawn out engagement in the Lublin district in Russian Poland..An official statement issued at Petrograd declares.-that .both Austrian, and'Ger-r miin troops have been dislodged from tbeir fortified positiMi in. .that tion and have retired toward the south. NAPOLEON BATTLEFIELD The battlefield in France is that orer .which: Napoleon fought in 1814 wth eiitrcnched camps on bofh wings and "the centre. Paris covers ;the left [Wing, Chalons the centre and Verdun the right, while mobile columns of are ready to join in the fights ing the line is threatened FRENCH ARE READY Vitry-Ie-Francais and .Mdntmirail seem to lie the points of; the chief (engagements and there the carnai, I has been the heaviest The allies aim t at preventing the German turning movement with a mass of troops composed of' many army corps; KING THANKS OVERSEAS King George has addressed a mes- sage to the British dominions and colonies in which he. pro tests that the war was not oi Great Britain's seek ing and expresses his w armest thanks for the assistance rendered by them. MAUB'BUQE FALLS Mauheuge, a French fortress, has fallen into the hands of the Germans, and according to the report, the Ger- mans toot prisoners.and over 400 guns. At last night's meeting ot the school board, Mayor Hardio and Su- perintendent Hamilton engaged in a bristling and heated tilt over the question, "slmll'a pupil be advanced according to age, or scholarship 1" the mayor assuming the affirmative, The longer th' argument lasted, the more hcatcdtit ,became, until the oth- erwise cool atmosphere in the room quite balmy and comfortable. The mayof maintained that a pup- il above the average age in any grade should not be held hack on account of lack of proficiency in the 'Studies pre- scribed, using as an argument. the fact that an overgrown child felt, his or her and was thus crippled, in capacity for -vork by loss ot interest the work, and disheartenment. Supt Hgmilton had tortified him- self with data on the question, and put the mayor to rout Mayor Har- dic left the room in a huff, vowing that he would make the question an issue in the next election for school trustees Hent the. HOB, H. 6 among the Brltilh D.' Keppfll, >fs the youngest son' of the flttiili Burl of Al- V, nlarried So- bermarte, phia Mary, daughter of Hie late Hon. Sir Alan MacNab, baromt, tlisn Prime Mlniiter o? the of Canada. __ X Mr. and Mrs. II. Howard Dobson rejoicing over the birth of a daughter ou Monday, September 7th. V f 'Miss Mary Toronto, is the guest Of Mrs. 0. .Austin, of Mcdl- cind Hat, for a few days, en route a visit to tlie coast. t a Miss Elsie Hnbbard tit Seventh St. has returned from Sundial, and will leave next Saturday for JJ. C., where she will relatives at Vancouver, Victoria and Banff. Our Cranhrook correspondent re- ports the marriage there oa Tues- day of Miss McGregor, sister of W. McGregor, manager of J. D. Mc- Dride's hardware stoic to Mr. Han- Icy, of Lethbridgc, Rev. W. K. Thompson officiating. Word has been received from Mr. and .Mrs. M. S. McArtlmr, who are at' present at Proctor, H. C. They will, probably return to the city; a week from Saturday nest. '1'omorrow at twelve o'clock noon a short fifteen minute service of inter- cession on account oi the war will be held in St. Augiistin's church, to wliicli all, whetner Anglicans or not, are cordially invited. A group o! Calgary ladies who are knitting for the soldiers, met at'.the home of Sirs. Sanson yester- day afternoon, among those present being Mrs. Dennis, .Mrs. .1. H. Sutfn- crlaiid, Mrs. L.. Men-burn, Mrs. Kaismith, Mrs.'E.'G. JIason, Mrs. Turner-Bone, Mrs. West-Jones, Mrs. Letlibridge, Mrs. E. D. Adams, Ma- dame Talbot, Mrs. Jhitkleston, Miss Dennis and Miss Morrison. The Flower Guild will visit the Gait hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when your gar- den' blossoms would be gratefully re- ceived. The marriage ;was celebrated on II da; the 7th, inst., at the home of the bride's mother in Monarch, of Miss E1U Pellotier, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pelletier of Monarch, Alta., to Mr. Edward McDonald, of Coleman, Alta. Tlie bride, who was gi.en aiuij by her father, looked very preti} in a x LiluiV velvet TuuB trimmed with'-brown'marabou. She was attended by her sister as brides- maid. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. de Lestre of Coleman, assisted by the Rev V Blanchet The juternoon train for Coletnan, where'-they will reside. The bride and -bridegroom received many beautiful presents from .their numerous friends V FILLINGHAM-r-BBOHANAN A quiot hut pretty, wedding was solemnized at the Fifth Avenue Bap- tist church, on Wednesday, Sept. 9th, at three o'clock, when Blanche Pearl, eldest daughter of Mr., and Sirs. A. J. Buchanan, 51-i 21st, street north, was wedded to Mr.. Harvey R. Fill- iriglmm, also ol this .city. The couple were unattended and just a few friends and the immediate families were present at the church. After the ceremony the party re- pt red to the home of the bride's par- ents and partook of a delightful spread Mr and Mrs. Fillingham will make their homo in Grand Rapids, Mich. SICKNESS Quickly Yielded To Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. Baltimore, Mi am mow than Klad to tell what Lydia E. Fmkham'i Vegetable Com- pound did for me. I; suffered dreadful pains and waa very irregular. I became alarmed and sent for Lydia E. Pmkhara's Vegetable.Com- pound. Ituukitre-g- I "olarly until I waa without a cramp or pain and felt like another person, and it has now been six months since I took medicine at all. I hope my Iittla note will assist you in helping other wo- men, J now feel perfectlyVell and la the best health." AUGUST W. KONDNER, 1632 Hollins Street, Bal- timore, Md. 'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Finkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., to prove this fact. For thirty years it has been the stand- ard remedy for female ills, and has re- stored the health of thourands of women who have been troubled with such ail. menu as displacements, inflammation, nlceration, tumors, Irregularities, etc. If TOO want special advice trrfte to Lydia E. Plnkham Icltie Co., (confidential) Lynn, Haas. Your letter Will be opened, ftM MMwefejl by woman Mlrf held :h" Friday and Saturday Specials This week-end brings some of the best bargains this store has offered; news that make this popular store the centre of interest. This list of worthy savings from the Grocery Section As the prise of Flour and Sugar has been advancing by leaps and bounds the past few weeks, tha quoted on theie commodities this week end will be largely read by the thrifty housewife. WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF GROCERIES WE WILL GIVE A 20-POUND SACK OF PURE CANE GRANULATED SUGAR FOR POSITIVELY ONE ONLY, TO EACH CUSTOMER. FINEST CANADIAN CHEEOE, per pound TRENCH PEAS 3 cans tor FRESH EGGS dozen for "SWIFT'S BACK taking Per pound C3C 19c 35e 55c 28c Per pound FLOUR "Seal of Quality" Brand. 98-ibsack 49-lb sack 24-Ib sack............' ROBIN HOOD 8-11) 20-lb sack......, 2 cans VINE BRAND STRAWBERRIES for 3 Pounds B. C. CELERY 5 Pounds BICE for 34c 83c 3Sc 28c H5c Men! Ifs time to think Some Foot Toggery News about your Overcoats Of Unusual Merit For and Winter Needs Tomorrow Overcoats lor These" Overcoats came to us in good time. Smart Fall and Winter models heavy imported handsome colorings, diagonal and herringbone stripes, shawl and convertible col- lars. Sizes 3G to CQ QQ Regular And these Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats with that smart new shawl collar effect. Just opened up. Wide range of plaiii colors. Heavy weight, all OK sizes. Regular Buys a Work Shirt Work Shirts for men. These are. all wool and come in plain, colors oC navy blue, green and red. One pocket and turn down collars, and roomy. All sizes Regular Special in Men's Hose Heavy Winter Halt Hose in black; also heather mixed effects flfl 7 pairs for 3> I >UU V Men's Buttoned Boots 55.00 values for 53.96. Smart stria Boots for men. The -leather is gunmetal, tao style 1ft but- ton, the quality unexcelled. Just 25 pairs to clear out at this unusually low CO Qf% All sizes Big Work Boot Special Work Boots for men. You can rely on make for plenty of good hard wear. Comfortable fitting, too. All QQ Regular Ladies'Look! Values Ladies' Boots, in Patent Leather with Grer Suede topi.- button style with nice rounedd tops, medium heels. Sizes 3 to Regular Girls' Button Boots Girls' Gunmetal Button Boots, an exception- ally good boot for school wear. 'Sizes 4 QQ 8 to'2. "Regular 9.liw9' See These Specials in the Drtf Goods Section CMc White Belts oc Chic White Wash Belts, mercerized web- mng wltil pretts peari gg Regular 2oc w V Pure Linen Towels 100 dozen pure linen Huck Towels, red These Belts lOc Suede Beits. Smart new shades of Grey and Tan, has Suede buckle. Just 25 at them to clear out at..... lOc clearing at per pair Table Napkins 15c Pure linen Table Napkins, 1000 of them, manufacturers' seconds, alt worth from 25c to in the. regular way. A wide range of handsome designs Whitewear Values Unexcelled Night Dress Special Very dainty styles in Ladies' Night Dresses- Flannelette. Tucked yokes; open front, long sleeves and neatly finished with lace edg ing Regular 85c lines Allover Aprons to Clear Out at 49c These Allover Aprons In pretty polka dot and; floral patterns. -No housewife should be without one. Cut from foest quality print. Colors navy, sky, pink, tun and brown- Regular -SBo Moire Underskirts Moire Underskirts in stripes ami plain col- or's, made with 10 inch accordian pleated flounce. Just V? of these _ To clear at Big Bargains in Glassware 75c Glass Jugs and Bowls 9" Fnrlt Bowls in sparkling pressed crystal. as sightly as cut glass. Beautiful patterns. Also large sized Glass Juga All one price Tables of Fancy Glass at I 15c and 29c Crystal Pressed Glass Bon Bon Dishes, Spoon Trays, Cake Plates, Celery Dishes, Com- Sugars, Creamers, Glasses' and 4 Fruit Dishes, etc. Tables at each 28c and JJ9G, Door Panels 15c Nottingham Lace Door Panels, good neat designs. Just 25 of 4CW To clear out J9C .VAN Chalmers church was the scene'of a quiet, pretty wedding on Wednesday at ten o'clock, when Eflie May Eng- lish was married to Walter Ernest Van Home, Lethbridga, Alfa. Dr. Malcolm Macgillivray performed the ceremony. The -liride, given away by her brother, James English, DuKerin, looliel lonely m a of silk pmbroidered lace white silk Her mc-h-cap veil of Brussels lace was caught in place with sprays o! lily of the valley.. She carried'a sliowot hou- of white roses, lily ol the val- ley and maiden hair fern Miss Jean English, sister of the attended her anil wore a dain- ty costume uf white voile embroider- ed baby robes She wore a pic- ture hat and carried pink roses The groom was attended by his cousin, Alan Milton, Pittsburg. The groom's gift to the bride was a set of mink furs, to the bridesmaid, a dainty crescent ol pearls, and to the grooms- man, goltj cuff links After'the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's moth- er, 25 Couper street, where thcit many friends met to wish the happy couple Godspeed Mr and Mrs. Van Home1 left on the noon train. They will spend some time at Toronto, Portage !a Pralfie, Winnipeg, van, Kaslo, B C., alter which they will at home to their trkirnli at 703 SK Ml .Venue soutb, Lethbridgc, Wllf. The annual business meeting of teachers and officers was held last night when arrangements were made tor Rally Sunday and various winter activities The installation service for .teachers aud officers will be. held on the last Sunday of: September at the forenoon service, in Knox church. Plans for theiSunday v School. Con- vention in October Tpere and arrangements for extending the work among the Chinese 18 of a very hopeful nature The three va cancies on the teaching statl were satisfactorily Oiled, and the officers were appointed D. Hlgtcbottam. sell Oliver. Recording B. Alpine. Button Can pbell Alrd. Assistant Cienaghati. .Assistant McBeth.' Supt of Cradle Roll-Mrs. J, ft Murray, Mis. A. M. Fisher, Misi. Armstrong. CONVENIENT Burns coal, coke, wood. Large feed doors make firing Sunshine fCfrH3.CC without See the McClary dealer or write ;