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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FIVE ft THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT TfERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 191-1 LARKE CO. The Ladies1 Store Phcn. 453 Block A Ladies' Furnishing Store Worth While erauost disi'lav ur Hosiery and Gloves. Corsets and Underwear. vicinity, luoludlng all ani1 lhe "IOBt wniptlng a _j..___ i- nasstiiri this advantage Oil to Orders were placed monthi ago before thejilg I our s 'Ia In many The New Gossard La Diva Corsets A Comprehensive Showing of the Various Styles and Prices to Suit'Every Figure. GOSSARD CORSETS Front lacing model for moderntoly sllgM figures, one of tlie leading special values. A pert'pcl. fit- T______ling niouol suited to all medium fig- ures. uxlra special value at the money, A heavier. _-----model milled to Hi out figures, the best of ils kind we have had LA DIVA CORSETS C-1" Kfl 9 I models in Iliis price, for slight and mod- orately full figures; all splendid values. A stout figure as well as regular figure models, sizes up to 30. A new Imi- cade corse! wltli elastic gores: 'extra special value. 53.50 The New Underwear and Hosiery Complete New Stock in all Ladles' and Children's Sizes Characterized by Extremely Moderate Prlcmu. FINEST UNDERWEAR YCSIH and Draw- OOC ore for early rail wear, extra value at the price. Cftn Vcsls 3UC Drawers in ex- Ira special .values, .just, tlie thins 'or the colder weather. jf 4 "IE Special value 4> I I O in ladies' Un- ion Suits in regular sizes. Watson's reliable make. CASHMERE HOSIERY or" Ladies' plain and wOC C'ailnnnrr- in special sizes SVi' to 10 inchra. Ladies' fine Mack .Llama Cashmere "HC.SO in all sizes, extra special value. Extra ipi a 1 It y Cashnien- Hose with linen and very strong and durable. Late Models in Suits and Coats Arriving Daily "M-uiv New Lines Just to lumd bv express rluit you have not. seen before. OUR BHOW.NG OF FALL Ln N HAS MET WITH THE APPROVAL or THE MOST EXACTING ONLY -MM THE, STANDPOINT'OF EXCELLENCE 'AND SUPERIORITY BUT FOR THEIR NEW LINES ON PIS- PLAY TOMORROW. Handsome New Suits S35.0Q Latest creations, representing style? which established now as the sea- son's favorites, all showing the military tendency, though not to an extreme, dc- greo. Cheviots arc the popular mater- ials in navy, Russian and 'black. Trimmed Hats S5.00 i-o We want to emphasize in liarticular the splendid show- ing of Hals this season. Ost- ler styles and much lower prices than you will see else- where. Some titty odd styles shown in this special lot at 55.00. Wonderfully Attrac- tive Coats S everything one could wish for here 'both in styles and materials, and as tor prices, we can. assure you Ihey are the lowest ever featured here on garments of such merit. Belted styles and belt'effects, saddle .pockets and close fitting collars are the leading style fea- tures. Many Pay Last Honors to Dead Railway Builder Montreil Sept 1 vices attended by representative Hie Dominion and Provincial f, ineiils... Canadian Pacific Hailwa; cvorv business anil professional 111 Hie till held to day for the Sir William Corne- lius Van Hcrn'c. The head offices of HIP Canadian Pacific railway, oi t -h Sir WJ.liam was formerly prc it. were closed for two hours and fiags wcre-half-masted on all com- y buildings from London to Hong- ng. Sir Tliomas Shaughnessy, pre- :nl. of the road, and all the vice- residents, attended the services. The hod) was taken to Juiic-li, Illinois, Sir William's birthplace, for inter- ment. E. Drake The executive or the Red Cro: meet afWnioon at o'clocic in the society's rooms, dia 5lrs. Fettc'riy's section of the ley Ladies' .Aid will meet at the home of Rahsy, 621 8th street, tomorrow afternoon at three o clock. TWO WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS 87 Taking Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound. Oijdgc, must yon with my hesrt for E. Pinkham's Com- pound. ItiMdtogo to my doctor for pills and and they did not help me, 1 hftd headaches and could not tha doctor claimed I had female trouble and must have an opera- tion. I read in the paper about Lydla 'E. Finkham's ile Compound and I. have taken it and fine. A lady said one day, 'Oh, 1 et so tired all the time and have head- ihe.! I said, 'Take Lydia E. Pink- an't Vegetable and sha d and feeli fine M. R. ARSCHNKiK, 1438 N. Paulint. Street, iicago, lllinoii. j The Other Case, rurton, Ohm.-" Lydia E. Ptnkbam'i pgetable Compound relieved me of lira in my side that I had for yean Id which doctors'medicines Mled to eve. It has certainly savnlroa from ipcratioh. I will ho glml (o assist 'by a personal letter to any woman he same condition." Mrs. J. W- REB, 126 Cass St, Otiio. TOO wnnt special advice Lydlft E. Finkhaw Med- f Go, (confldentlitl) Lynn, Tour letter will be opened. ai'swcrod by a 1 )MM Inrtftct Mil three Aca- will be addressei Itenoon, '.vno will give i ill ui Palestine, tin has a 'number' .0, _- lent -slides which will ti. s which Will prove to he greatly esting II is urged thai the Women s Civic i Clilh should be well represented at section of Ihc Wes, the in the M C-A to dis Jliss '1'ay of Ald- erman and "Mrs. James K. Fisher of Raymond, and Mr. Dili Kllison, of, Aetna, were riuieUy married last week in Lcthhridge. Tuesday evening: they wore given a "shower" at the j hnriir of -Miss Ella Jlilner. at mond. A very pleasant evening was, spent and many useful articles were presented to the newly-weds. Mr. and, Mrs. Kllison will reside at Aetna. j Mr. and Mrs H. T. Bryraner tertained the staff oi the Hank oi Com uirce arcl i ol their friends night complimentary to Messrs. j Porder, Hunter, Dunn a-nd Wittet, wilo ha and Co.- in play and alter several inter-1 esting games, the fortunate prize proved io be riUHter, uuuu wnu niLFi-f-i lave the call oi King lounlry. Seven tables of euchre' Airs Vl'isoi s lei I adies at the home'oi Mrs. A. Buchan in 1404 4th' avenue south, on Wed nesdav afternoon at 3 o'clock. Members ijf the Domfnion Kete'cah Lodge, number 41 are reminded oi the card paity at the home of Mrs. Bradshaw, .90H 9 th avenue south on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. All Rebckalis and their ftiendi are invited. Limit. Campbell, ot Macleod, spent yesterday' ih! the city with his. aunt, Mrs.. G. R. -Tinning. Mr. Campbell has just returned from the east, where he successfully completed a course in musketry. an 01 me meet for uorkieiws the aHairs oi the A lhe cl ib is mtciested in the welfare ol the association. It has promoted the phy- sical classes for young women and. is anxious that this feature should not lie abandoned. The women are only too willing to do their part in as- sisting the association. The Big Sisters' church are holding Class of Knnx special meeting at the Manse tonight at 7.30. Im- portant business will bo discussed and -every .'.member is- .urgently re- quested to .lie present. and Mr. r.Uiiu- I-z i 4 i n tne r ii2v little dam Miss Lettice Fnrder, while the were awarded io and Mr. Grieves, was served, i and a jolly guests, cl b Mrs. Tinn.i Mi Ba-vden Cambly, H ie' loroi n llargaret JIcKillop, Minnie Ilardit Mel rod Helen- Downer, and Messrs dell Si'.crlock, Home, Porder, Or'icves, Dunn, Haighl, McLean, Parsons. Wittet and McKav. Manitoba ex-Ministers Do Not Plead on Charges! Wlnnijieg, Han., Sept. beside their array of counsel, Sir Rod- mond Rolllill, Dr. Montague, G. R. Coidwell and J. 11. Howden, this af- ternoon, heard arguments and formal- ities which marked the real opening of tbe Crown's ease against them on lhe charges ot conspiracy. Magistrate P. A. MacDbiiald was on the bench in tlie Assize court room of the Court summary trial, or trial by the higher court, at the present stage. There was considerable argument on this point. Ihe Crown desiring ap- parently that the defendants should enter a" olea. but the'Magistrate up- held the defence. Messrs, i-'ordcr, Hunter, Dunn and Wittet. of the Bank of Commerce, ,10 leave, today! for Sarcee Camp, where ijjolls'e they have enlisted with the 13th 0. M.R. Messrs. .Grieves, of Vancouver, tile taking of evidence commences, ll'riv" with V. W. Hot-wood, former provln- tomorrow moruing before and McLean, of.. Calgary, have ed to 1111 their positions. The Indies St..' Andrew's church are giving a farewell banquet to the men on the'honor roll of who are in the vicinity in Hhe church tonight. -Supper will'begin at six o'clock, and the program of the ev- ening at eight o'clock. All friends arc invited. The annual meeting ot. Knox Guild 'was held nignt in the school room of the church with a good aV tendancc. Thr Guild-have elected a strong qiiotii'ol ofliccrs, un- dertiliug the work in real earnest to make this year "one of the most, successful iii ibe history or- itanizatioil. 'Mr. A. .Ucid was elected p estdent I S viceprcsi den1 1 U IHitterson e tetarj Miss Johnson, assistant secretary. Miss I Slaw irt treasure! Miss t nthhertson convener ol thf s ci il coiuniittel', and Aliss Tlonncll, conyen- er of the mils ci! (ommiUr-r- Ilie Oilild'mcpts M1ndu tht ol the neck lhe next mcc cla1 architect as probable first wit- less. The preliminary hearing is expect- ed by the Crown to take ten days or two weeks, and it is not thought that nil the Crown witnesses will be called at this hearing. Tlie greater part of lhe. mornlne session was talteh up with the intro- duction of exhibits, letters, orders-in- councll. cheques, etc., from the cus- tody of the registrar of 'tlie" .Royal Commission. The documents were read by .1. B. Coyne, assistant Crown ,_........, snd when the authenticity of any one is disputed. It miist be proved before being admitted as evi- dence. documents were pro- it is thought that the con-1 toponlmgcn. I duration of this foundation work of Ihe case against the ex-minlslers will j msunie the entire afternoon session. Tile Court adjourned at 1 o'clock inilil L'.30 R.III., the charge was mad i-5. P. B. Johnston, on behalf 'of said they Would pre- fer neither to plead nor elect for a DUMBA ASKS FOR LEA VE OF ABSENCE Lenox, Mass-, ,M-The Aus- ambassador. Dr. Con- stanlin T. Dumba, today jvnuounced that he had his foreign of- fice to recall him on leave of absence in order thai he might make a per- sonal report on the situation in the I'nited States, which rcsulird in the request by the United Slates .for his recall. To Sat! Soon Copenhagen London, Sept.-M. icfording to Politikcn, Dr. Dumba will sail on t lie steamer Frederick i VIII. from N'ew York, Sept.'22, for Hudson's Bay Company's Wednes- day and Thursday Shopping News Is A Guide To Practical Economy Men's Suits Many men profit by this tiitK? naif, of Men's Fall Suits. Materials are imported Tweeds ami Worsteds in all the newest colorings. Tlio unionist: all of the bust and styl'1 and ttt is as- sured. Ail sixes. Suits up lu And Fall Caps Fall Cajis lor men. ilhoo'se from a prcat variety ol' rticriks ant! neat designs. Materials arc Twepds and Worsteds in neat 1 Q H.50 values to clear I I 51 Work Shirts at Men's Shirts on sale now. All 'colors and in the lot. Good strong, serviceable shins for fall anil winter wear. Ks-gnlar .f_'.00 valuer Saie price .................9 I I w Work Boots A deal-ante of these .Men's Work UootP. Come in piaii- 100 in ads1 of well selected leather. A boot that will Rive good comfortable wear; all sizes; 'regular 32.75 >f C Blucher Boots Ladies' Tan Blucher. Boms. just aibout 30 pairs in a smart new fall model; sizes 2fc to Regular Don't Miss this Special Grocery Bargain List Cardstpn Butter; :i pmin'da for Seal .of. Quality fcQ 1C Flour. 9S Ib. sack I W 49 pound sack 24 pound sack........85c Fresh Ground Coffee, Cre.s- ton 'brand, the best coffee in Letb'bridge; Per pound B. C. 20 pouud sack Rodgers' Golden 4 J Syrup; 2 Ib. pail.. .1 tw 5 pound pail .........35c 10 pound pail ........65c 95c 50c Robin Hood Health Bran for making muEEius. btsmlts, bread, etc.; Ib. size; for. Peaches; Per box Plums; Per box Bartlett Pears; Per box Cooking Apples; 7 pouniia for Table Apples; 4 pounds for Cucumbers; Price each 95c 85c S2.50 25c 25c 5c pels Naptha Soap Saje price Sunlight Soap; 11 bars for R. Crown Soapf 2 for Toilet paper; 6 for FOR POULTRY Per sack Per sack Per sack 65c 50c 44c 25c KEEPERS ALL SPECIALS ON THIS PAGE WILL BE ON SALE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Ladies' Boots I adies' Boots of smart patent leather, in neat mmon stvie; made on newest fall last An Ideal hoot for dress wear; all sizes; J3.75 Regular value --lies' Extra value in L? Corsets, values 75c For the'next two days you can_purchase ?l.'-'o Corsets for 7oc. These are the popular p._and_ A. (No. style is low bust and ,v'v. --ire Bij.. (roni SO to 2S Child, on saie Coats See the Newest Waists as They Arrive Weekly Every week we receive a shipment of theso lovelv Blouvis. The newest features in the waist ivorui are represented here. Fine quality voiles, embroidery and lace trimmed. Priced flfl from to....................... Ladies' good quality Flan- nelette Drawers 49c Drawers of 'best grade Englisli Flan- .nelette in all sizes from 23 to 27. Regularjinc values, -lust 50 pairs on the'bargain counter' at Non IS tilt Unit to purci.f e Him cr Coats Here i an llj Heavj (inalitj knitted sweate; coals In red fawn "and brown; sizes 2. to i2 years Sale price Brussels Rugs LI Ibtl 5 Brussels Huge, green and tar. 54, sjood grade. 52.50 values ff 4 CQ to clear I Bungalow Rugs 00 values in Bungalow Rugs. 3 ply wool, re- versible, linen fringe, CO 7K in greys, bines: and tans: 49c Lovely Quality Cord Velvets on Sale, Beautiful'colorings of blue, green and brown Fupnv Colored Cord Velvets. Fine tex- i r i 2o values. 'i per yard ;V W) Two Day Saie ci and Child's Hosiery 25c Ladles' and Children's plain all wool Cashmere Hosiery Also heavy ribbed Wool Hosiery in black only, in sizes 714 to 10. This is also join last opportunity to purchase Little Darling Hos- iery it this Wednesday and Thursday per paii SOUTH WINDOW) Death HOTELMAN Air Raid Heavy SHOOTS YOUNG WOMAN TTi" mar Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 14.-A sen-., Cottingham is alleged to gone lha? from airship shooting case occurred early i to the woman's at 2 o'clock r-iids during the last seven days thls mornim? at Kitsilino. in a well t this morning. Apparently lie poawi- amountI to "Dunns this period Uovvn resldlntial district of key.Jor than there have bceii no fewer air raids mi England." The Star says ".Tlic first raid of the series took place on Tuesday nislft when there were. 106 victims, the. third and fourth raids being both futile. Yesterday's attack with four Mri. vuio when Mrs Avis Donahne was shot entering the house found bv II >l. Cottingham. nronrietor of I Bonahne with a companion, the Regent hotel! Cottingham gave I leaped from a window and diSi himself up to the police, while the ed without even waiting woman, is ahout 25 yc-ars plri, I Cottingham immediatsly openrt nr the. hospital with bullets'through longs .and so had- iutile i escemav s aviucn victims brinits up the total for live ly hurt that doctors believe she has, no chance of recovery. woman, A raids to tsly openfa nre Uir policeman shots and a fow moments later CoV tingham was on "Ins to the Pot J lice station in his own RED ROSE ;