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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER'11, 1914 JL.fi. Til nn I DUE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE aturday Bargains At EKE is our first list of Fall Bargains. They are goods you need in the near future, and actual necessities, and the savings arc unusual for'so early in the Reason. As'-the quantities are limited we will not accept any phone orders for the'igoods advertised. A Chance To Buy Your Winter Coat at Cost at price" at the beginning ot tho It 8s tnie. Here la the reason East- ern npanufacturer'in error sent us on twenty coats more than his ordjor culled they must go back. It .costs money to etiiress 20 coats back to Montreal, so tho manufacturer "Sell at expense to us." Saturday, 20 brand new Coats at cost. Think 11 over. Satin Lined Fall Suits at Brand new Fall Suits, :mada from Tweods and Neat Worsted Suitings. 'Coats aro Wain tailored style, skirts In tunic, and other .good makes. All am Hned with fancy satin linings. Sizes 34 to-42. Nemo Warner Corsets Yesterday we finished" marking off our fall shipment of Nemo and War nor 800 our stock without doubt'the largest in the city. We.note few.oE the new numbers Dogskin Gloves Ladies" Fall Tan Gloves, ono dome All sizes1........... Silk Boot Hose lladluin Silk Boot Hose, black only. Saturday only Best Cash. Hose Penraan'E'fine Gauze all wool Cashmere, Seamless Mexican Beads A new lot of fancy Mexican Beads- t kinds Lace Frillings Just in. Narrow Lace Frill- ings, white or ecru shades Waists Clearing odd lines of White 85c up to Towels Good size Pure Linen. Buck Towels, pair Table Napkins Large size Damask Linen Napldns, Regular 25c Flannelette "Ends" A table full of Iffll Ends of Plette, white and colored. Eic Eac Braids 'A lot of Mercerized Eio Hao Braids, Avhlte and fancy. Pearl Buttons Medium sized Pearl: Buttons for underwear. Per Card-...... lOc OGL WARNER new low bust model, light weight, sizes 4 C 19 to 26, I I "LACE'FRONT" first low price front lacing corset we have stocked. Sizes un to 27.................. "DOUBLE weight top! double Ions skirt, .three grades, 5300, J2.25 "R'EDFERN" high grade corset, low bust, lace front, Hft tilled with whalebone fvmW new lace "1C ft kind at NEMO to Ofl 30 size, from J276 Child's Fall Coats Our Fall stock of Children's Coats now ready. Something extra'smart for. this season. Coatsvirom: "Playtime" Shoes The ideal'-Shoe for children, ousMoh. .or gun-1 metal leather, CO sizes up to Boys' Tall Suits 100 'brand new Tweed Suits to.fit Iboys up to IS years; hloomer pants, D. B. coat, priced S3.75 to Light Wool Combs. Women's IJght Wool Combinations, v'short sleere, knee length, RYLANDS CO. "The Busy Store" Medicine .Hat, Sept. in- formation convened to Aid Boyd by Hon. Chaa. R. "Mitchell, ,it is evident that the" Provincial goveiyiment pur- poses collecting all police court fines and.paying the police magistrate. Dr. 'Boyd stated that he had! talked the matter Hon. C. R. Mitchell and that the reason given for the provincial government taking the fines was that there was no city jail and tiiat- prisoners sent down .from hero had to be kept at the expense of the .province. same policy, is like- ly to' bo put into effect throughout the province. -CHILD VICTIM PROGRESSING Girl Who Lost C.P.R; Track at Jaffray Doing Nicely Fernie, Sept .7ll.-TThc little daughter, of George.Jewels ot Jaffray, who Buffered' the loss of an arm last n eek on the Canadian Pacific track, is now progressing- favorably la the hog pital here, and brfgbt hopes are enter tamed tor Tier ultimate recovery. CAN THIS BE- A SAYVfLLE WIRESLESS 'MESSAGE? Berlin, upper Aisace by the Germans eon tmues They are withdrawing to Strassburg apd Metz it is asserted that the Germani army in France is extremely fatigued, whereas the enemy is continually receiving fresh troopi. NOTICE GAS RATES Commencing with the October reading of this year, the following rates for Natural flas become effective: J RATES PER 1000 OU. FT. M dars Grots Discount Net 5o 2Bo Be, J5o First cu ft. per period Next S5D.OOO cu ft per monthly period 30o t Next ft per monthly period.. 2Bc fljeit Cu ft per monthly period.' So POWER PURPOSES: It First cu. ft. per monthly 3o Next cu. fl. per monthly 2JS 4e ft per 6c 20o 'ISo 17o lie To consumers nslngr more than- twenty million' cubic Ceet per monthly period, the nut rate for Uwfcntln itcoount will he fifteen cents per thousand cubic feet The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Lifht Heat and Power ALLIES ROLL Mr. John Sniitli, of tlte Haiik Commerce staff Iian been translcrroi to the Edmonton blanch. Mrs. 11. S. Smith will be hostess of tho tennis tea -tomorrow afternoon when Miss Edra Smith will usaiiib. Mrs. Unruh, a noted speaker ot 'fch Per 6OC FLOUR 98-ft 49-ft 1.80 24-ffi sack i...-.-90C FINEST CANADIAN CHEESE, per pound ll 9G FRENCH PEAS 3 cane tor VOC ROBIN HOOD 8-H) sack 2 cans VINE. BRAND STRAWBERRIES for 1 3 Pounds B. C. CELERY 5 PoUIHlB for CttAWFORD PBACHI8 .Per crate 250 85c Hudson's Bay Co, JJ The Art Needle-work club meet on Monday afternoon Mrs. Wil- liam Scott, 1215', Fourth Ave. The Junior W. A. of St. 'Cyprian's church will hold the first meeting of the season tomorrow .afternoon in parish room.: All members and girls of the Sunday school, wht> wish members, are asked to meet at 2 o'clock sharp._________ Westminster.Ladies' Aid met fa'tie yesterday afternoon nrltJi a attendance. The meeting IMS an enthusiastic one, and bright plans were discussed Y'lth, regard to the winter's work, St. Cyprian's Woman's Auxiliary met yesterday with fair atttndance 'and plans for the full work mxe.iilE- cussed. A bazaar trill be ii No- vember. Groceries! For the Economical Housewife who wants her dollars to go far in providing fey the home FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER j'his week 2 pounds for........ JELLY POWDERS This week 4 for................ TOILET SOAP 8 for CORN'FLAKES 3: packages. for................ LEE'S SWEET PICKLES Kegular 35c now HEINTZ TOMATO SOUP Regular 25c now........... LIBBY'S SLICED PEACHfS This week 3 for........... BARTLETT PEARS Large' for...................... PRESERVING PLUMS This week................... ROBIN HOOD BREAKFAST CEREAL. This week 2 for...................... C9G CADBURY'S 'CHOCOLATES, picked ejpecllHy for and half pound per pound ......................1 VW LIME JUICE This week' OPC GRAPE JUICE This week, 2 tor...................... 9J9C HEINTZ BEANS 4 Regular now I C z V. 65c 25c 25c 25c 25d 20c 50c 95c MELBA Regular. now.................. LJBBY'8 SLICED PINEAPPLE This week 3 tins for.........u.... PRESERVING PEACHES This OR GRAVEN- STEINS DILL PICKLES This week VAN: CAMP'S HOMINY This 2 S tint for EQQO BAKINO POWDER 25e, 50c and........................ BRISKET OF BEEF IN Regular now MINCED RAZOR CLAMS This week.......................... RIPE TOMATOES 20 pound boxes, this LAURENTIA MILK Large, 2 for......................... BRAND'S A1 SAUCE Regular 35c mm.................... OF CHICKEN AND TONGUE FINEST B. C. CELERY On sale, per pound................., 35c 450 95c 20c 40c 65c 90c 25c 25c 40c 10c Phone us your orders for Cantaloupes, "'Peaches, Pears, Grapes, Potatoes, -Watermelons and Head Lettuce. s Keep 3'our eye on Kerr's Window.' Quality and Prices talk. PROMPT DELIVERY TO OP THE CITY. Geo. Kerr Co. PHOAES 1502 AND 1453 ;