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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHflniWaS nAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE UDIES' STORE Ac. da Block A Three Ray Bargain Sale Surpassing all previous events of the kind Thursday, Friday >and Saturday will be days of most exceptional mondy saving opportunities and should bo freely taken Advantage of by every thrifty woman in the city. In the course of planning this sale we kept fixed in our mind three very important facts, the stringency of the money market, the suitability of all offerings to present needs, and to make the next three days a record bargain 'side in the history of Lethbridge merchandising. EveBy department 'throughout the store murshalls incomparable bar- gain opportunities bargains that affect the interest of every woman within the .eirtle of this store's influence, Lethbridge women know the abuse the word "Bargains" receives at the hands of many stores. We use it advisedly and it carries with it the full force of its original meaning. Three Day Bargain Sale of Fine Wool Dress Goods 45c "Our Regular 65c and 75c Values Latest novelties of the season in plaids, puie wool serges, cashmeres, etc., in a collection of almost every wanted' color. Very suitable for dresses, skir'ts, waists and children's 'wear. 40 to 42 insi wide. Three Day Bargain Sale 45c. Three Day Bargain Sale of Newest Wrappettes 171-2c Regular 25c and 30c Values Soft rich colorings suitable for lumon- jis, bath robes, etc. shown in a great varit- ty of handsome designs, in colors grey, blue, brown, cardinal, etc.' 27 ins wide, very mm and warm. All are exceptional values for this Three Day CASHMERE HOSE 35c 4 i Worth up to 80o Pure wool plain cashmere, also fine ribbed hose in all ladles'. sizes. NEWEST CORSETS 95c Regujar value 'Beat flUmg made of good coutll, white only. WOOL GLOVES 25c Worth up -to 45. Fine knit wool jgpotlB 'shown in black, .other col- ors. VEST DHAWERS 25c Worth up to 45c in fall weight garments, white or natural col- RIBBON SALE lOc Regular 15c and 16c vallier Splendid quality taffeta, three and a half Inches-wide, ialUcoi: FANCY, RIBBON 55c Regular 90e valuee Combinatton checks anS man striped edges In Paddy, Nell Rose, royal, hello, ete. 3 Big Bargains in Ready-to-wear FOR THIS THREE DAY SAVING EVENT Suits, Goats and Dfesses in se- fected lots, offered' for less than similar gar- Tmye ever been sold at beforehand this offer is all the more remarkable jwhon ypu con- regular prices this season'are lower 'by far than similar goods hav'eTfeen sold Ipix during previous seasons.1 Three, Day Clean-up of tailored 3uitt Including values worth up to v 1 These are garments of the famous way" and other leading makes vhich >e selected from our regular stock to" offer at thjs most enticing price for the next three days. Navy black serges, in good variety of styles 'and prices, also Ratines, Checks and Worsteds in light, med- ium and dark colors. All representing really remarkable values for this sale. Three Day Coat Sale Worth up to 5 Worth up to Handsome Tweeds, Blanket Cloths etc. ins" splendid variety of colors and shown 17' grange of from 16 to size purchased, ,JtJ8 lot wonderfully attract- rallies and you should not miss such opportunity. CBEPE WAISTS Worth up to Some voiles also all in new eat styles, drop shoulder and front and. back yoke. fclNGH'M. APRONS i' Worth up to 40e Splendid quality checked (ring. bam wHh border, blue and white guamnteed to wanli. CAMB ed front or slip-over style, beau tlfully it SALE Worth up to fhje models In stylet, alPlnted 18 to ft. Three Day Dress Sale Worth up to Worth up to Cloth and Silk Dresses in most attract- ive new styles including a wide variety choice in light, medium and dark colors; These are garments sold regularly at and going at the bargain .price the nest three 'days, which offer splendid choosing. SILK HOSE Regular value Extra heavy weight, black and white, re-inforced heels and TUBKISH TOWELS' 25c t Rigulir 40e value Extra strong Turkish Towels in brown and sin, at CLARKE CO. ftMM4W a M Whether George Ayrcs, tae British army veteran -who was killed near Monarch on Mohday night by train 51.4 came to hio death intentionally or not was not. decided by tho cor- oner's juryVwhJPh. ,JieW an inquest fa; to the death, last night at The verd ct returned was that tho man was killed'by betas run over by train 514, intentionally, or by accident. The jury: exonerated the en- ginesr from any. "blame whatever, and the stories pi.ttaveilers who- witness ed the accident', point to suicide. Coroner Mcfficol states that Ayre: is a genuine .veferan-vHc iouad among the dead man'-s'belongings his honor- able discharge' papers and his reserv- ist papers, also two medals lor ser- vice in South Africa-, and Quetn Vic- toria's chocolate box. The people whom Ayrcs was staying say fchat he had also seen service in In- dia. lies in Fetterley's undcr- No arrangements have teen made so far for the funeral. The suggestion has been made that it is "up to" the patriotic citizens in the city to see that a British soldier has at least a decent burial, and it is likely: that some patriotic organiza- tion will attend to the matter. It is not known whether the deceased was possessed of funds. TWENTY -FIVE': VOLUNTEERS "HAVE ALREADY BEEN BROUGHT-- HOME Tfiat few Canadians realize the magnitude, of tte. present struggle m Europe is generally believed But the the mcHherland had it brought home tojthem in a Ti which carries strong realization. Sanitary Inspector Vallance is in re- ceipt of a letter4 from his mother in Tainwoitli, Enlisted, in which she states that 25 of, ffiie volunteers from "that town, .which boasts .a. popula- tion of only have been wound- ed a-t the front, and that 2M stu- dents from Birmingham University havej been Taken 'iiiio'the "hospitals from' the fields' Val- lance also states that on certain days trains through of Tamworth are all cancelled, rising ;to' the move- mentv.of troops, and that tramload after frainload of had pas" ed througn that plSce 10 DEATH Moose Jaw, Sept Hill, the B year-old son ol Me and Mrs Geo" S Hill, No avenue, evening -.the Genera] Hospital as the result of terrible he receded when of tar w.hiclihis mother was "melting caught fire_0n ilie stove The fire- men, rendered first aid the lad and his mother 31rs Hill, who is in a ilehcate condition, l Wfa also fright- full} on the body, while Mr Hill had an arm to the hone Mrs Hill is jn the hospital in a very dangerous condition. ITALY'S FOREIGN MINISTER STANDS IN WAY Some, Sent l-i, Ma Paris, 6.45 The Giornale d'ltalia today publishes It 'dispatch from Petrqgrad saying that the attention ot the Russian press is centralized .on the attitude of Italy. In sian political circles, the newspa- per sajs, the intervention of Italy in :he war is considered inevitable. Ac- cording to one belief the Italian gov- ernment is only awaiting the reslgna Ion of Foreign .Minister San Giuliano, who, besides being- a partlzan of the Triple Alliance, :UEO is-ill NORTH SEA AGAIN CLEAR OF GERMAN MINES London, Sept Hague dis- patch to the Exchange'Telegraph Co atyis that the Dutch newspapers press satisfaction at the Admiralty itatement that the North Sea Is clear. >utcn shipping, which was stopped trough floating mines, hag been re- numed At Rotterdam harbor there arq 43 German and three Austrian Bteamships ready tjj-leuve: SIR JAMES WHIYNEV BETTER Toronto, Sept James.Whit neV Is said to be prognuslng favorably will be able to' resume his es as premier It. Is 'understood hat no new changes are regarded as nrcrbable until tho premier's return, chMvlll not be for another month. WHAT WAR HAS COST BRITAIN London, Sept. lbas- on official returns tonight show the cost to Great Britain oc 43 days of war counting from August 1, when' dls- began, about WAR CLOUDS The dogs of war have broken loose, "Tis wisdom to prepare, For gentle' dove of peace Hangs fluttering In the air. The Lion, roused from peaceful sleep, With over-watchful Now stands on guard., silent and grim, 1 As in the days. From'north, and south, from east and To thee, dear Motherland, .Thy children look, waiting the sign To bid tiem take their stand Around thy banner, one vast host, Thelr.'Jiearts as one with you, And in tho van, "Miss Canada" Stands loyai, strong and true. Her hardy sons in thousands Wait To take their place and fight For God, the King and Homeland dear, With heart, and.hand, and might, On land or matters not. That is for you to. say; Send them where you can use them best, They wait but to obey. Then let the. iiowling dogs of war Howl on .with might and main; We've often We'll .Beat, them once again. "One "tine 'Empire" and "One Has ever been .bur cry, And by God's grace, 'twill still be ours When war's dark clouds roll by T-rTouchango. Sav. Canon and Mrs'. Mufrejl-Wrlght leave tomorrow to spend a vacation in Calgary and: other points. Miss Marion lying entertained a few frlendB. lasLey.ening at .the homo, of Mrs. William Tiip'p. A -happy time was spent in sewing and miisio, deli- cious dainties being served at the close of the bright affair. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ross- land, B C, are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter. The former was for- merly connected with the News staff of this Mr Jas Simpson and Mr Dave McOhesney, who have been doing the finishing work in" connection wvth'the new post office be leaving in a day or two for Moose Jaw. Since coming to. the city, Mr. Mc- Chcsney has made several fine scores at tteirBlfle.'.Olubi The whist drive, held in St Mary's Parish hall last-evening by UiafiCom panlons ot the'Forest, was very.suc- cessful The favors" were won by Miss Alice Doe, Mrs Mercer, Mr. Thomp- son and Mr, W. Knowlden, the consolatjona went to Mrs Knowlden and Mr T _Ar'aolO- The serving of refresliments the blight i Her, Royal Highness the Princess Patricia, Lady Bv'elvn Farquhar, Lady Bordeh, the of cabinet min Isters.'wfil otfSaJiKday.atd the work of the society by assisting In the sales of partment stores, in Ottawa, the man- agement ofLwhjea, have offered a per- centage ot Iheir, dividends on that day to the work of the Red Cross society. TheJJncneta of Coanaught, who, to- day, is regarded as an English prin- ,js "nevertheless IJe daughter of Frederick Charles of Prussia, the Red Prince, "whose name the mothers ot villages invoke today as the Scottish, peasants of old invoked the name of the. Black Douglas, to terrify their children He a conspicuous figure in the Tjanco-Prussian war. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and ottConnaught are In To- ronto thli'week, and took luncheon at tho exhibition with the president and directors. They also attended the monster patriotic concert held at the arena. Cards have been received by friendi in Calgary containing the Interesting announcement ft the marriage on Sep- tember 9 at 'Westport, Ont, of Misi Anna Prances Burton to Mr L A Lambert, chlet clerk to Mr J a Den- nia, of'the Natural Resources of the C.P.R. After a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Lambert will reside in Cal- gary. Lady Aberdeen's Interest in Canada does not at all diminish, though It is many years since she left Ottawa, She Invariably Invites any well known so- cial worker from Canada who Is In England to pay her a visit in Dublin, and adapts of the ideas she re- ceives to conditions in Ireland She displayed much interest In the housing plan1) of Mr George 8 Beer of Toron to, when, he was .there a short time ago, and discussed with Lord Aberdeen the possibility of similar useful work >elng done In Ireland Canada to ber ,8 "Our Lady of and her >ook of that title was an energetic re- ply to i Rndyard Kipling's famous jhrase, "Our, Lady of the Snows Clubs and Societies hnndred who had gath- ered at Knoj chui-ch lait night to hear Dr. Chona Oliver, the returned medi- cal missionary, were doomed to dls- Kppolntmtbt. Dr. Oliver had gone to Wrentham, and la way mlstei Some Big Price Cuts Here o n THURSDAY Six Good Grocery Phone 3 13 B.'C. Crab Apples "Seal of Quality" B. C, For Case Flour, 24-tb sack plei, pep case' resh Cabb 10 pounda for Fresh Cabbage Iftfi Turnips 80c SI.65 Turnips-and 10 Readiipw to cat down yowegg bill Have you. ever need iThls is-an that takes the place'iot eggs for baking Hums- wires who'use it gat'tiie same by, cut of eggs. It's much less expensive, too. :'OSe dljmonBtrat- or will be in our Grocery 'Section tomorrow. Call'la and the demonstration and get a copy ot .can be made by the use of Equal-Egg. 25c tin equal to dozen Freshu-Bffgs. 50o tta'eijnal-to 6 dozen Fresh Eta. SAVES 800% ON EGG BILL 36" make, Cambric finish Qtfft .Per yard .PC Ladles' Hair Switches, blonde, light and med brown ff A QQ 26 inches, reg JB I .ww 82" dark color mike, fast colors Per yard Fancy Wg table ot them, up to SDC f Per dozen ............IWv Children's School Handker- chiefs, white Per'doElett Ladies' Dress shields, style, odorless. Per Pair 30 only ;double bed size, wash, chintz, covered cotton down 4 Price 9 Cocoa -Door 'Mats; Re-. gular' price Clearing.', at Jf -Ceylon nannel, all sizes i Kegular Flannel, all sizes OQ __________L Men's Flannelette Wight white and A A striped, reg Soft Sole Sho... white, 'blue, chocolate black kid, sites Tan Vlcl Mil Roman Gate jNaiareth Under Waists Natural ...u "Ladles' Waists, Pique Resolar J9OG; Children'! as, Mutuor'Hubiard Rag Rugi In rose, grew anil blue- Fancy Crystal; Pressed Oless, 2C Watt ngitsn i.ampt'" to Watt 69 Watt 29c 15c 3Qc 40c 50c Hudson's Bay Co. the train back, and although she start- ed to motor over, she had not arrived yet at 10 o'clock Mrs. McClenaghan led in the dedicatory Oharles McKIMop gave a triglit ac- count of the Presbyterial wort. Mrs. S. F Layton sang a. pleasing solo, and later a pleasant social h'ou rwu enjoy- ed, refreshments being A thank offering of 00 was received Tomorrow at: 3 o'clock, the "VY.C.T.TJ. are ob- serving the hour to pray for peace. The local mem-hers are to re- member the hour. Holy Communion vlll be celebrated In St, Mary's Church at 7.30 tiomorrcw morning, in.: St.- Cyprian's Church at 7, and In St Augustln's at 8 a.m are special services, at whlcli those at the front will be specially remembered In prayer Alexander Oalt Chapter, of the Imperial Daughters of the Empire -will hold a social meeting in the T.M.C.A. tomorrow afternoon. BuBlnni will de transacted commencing1 at three o'- clock, after irhich loclal hour will be In order.' MILLION BUSHELS OF SEED GRAIN m Ottawa g-pt. IS million bush- els of seed grain u to be (naUhed by the government to KM fanners the west, wkoat a btiarey' year. pteu for further aBcc were formuUted at a between Hon Martin Burall fnd expert representatives from WBttenj-l provinces. VERY COLD IN GALIGIA- Milan; via Paris, from Austria to The Coniera Sera nay that cold in OaUcla li so intense, wpeciaHy at night, that tba Boldlera suffer Urrtbly. Many are re- ported to have fallen alok. ID PUIE MAY PROIECr (MIAN IWS Valcartier, Que, Sept. Ca- nadian troops may_ be equlppaA with an armor deytee irhloh, it Is ex- pected, will save the llvei of hun- dreds of the men engage tha enemy, especially when defending an entrenched position against an In- far.try attack The device if a spade. It would also be uied to dig (hallow tronchw. In the- blade ot the an oval aperture la punched After the dug, the would ie placed on the Secured ly r.itli a spike, and the would, [Ire through the aperture, getting a secure rest for the rifle, and a splen- did protection from the Experiments ivitb, the ipade were carried out today, with both the Ross rifle, using Mark Til. ammunition, and a Laird machine gun weapon punctured the plate, and only In one or two oseo did 'the bullet force its way through far enough to crack It Th'jy plunged agminW the iteel and fell a twisted mail to the ground. The mlniiter of .militia, es, was delighted witi the rwults, but would express no opinion af to the pro- baDilltiee ot the adoption ot the de- vice by the troops., The spade weighs four pounds and It ii believed could be carried by the iroopi without not the ranges ywterdsy. in the morning they crowed the river and was Immediately Declared tween the two forces, designated red and blue A. blue detached force. -was covering the bridges over i the Jacques Carter, and which, bad been heavily engaged with a red force, was forced to fall back .during the night in a southwesterly dlrectioa. The red force was beat on ornshlnc this detached portion ot ttae blue Army before reinforcement! cune np or be- fore it'was able to rejoin oala body. The operations Tarried out very successfully, the two bodies comlnc into contact early In the mom- ing Major Hart Mctlarg had charge ci tho blue force and Major Upeett was In command ot the red. Shortly after nonn (ho engagement was con- cluded. Col. Currie, who was In ehargeiot. the entire operations, was unable to- night to gin out hli decision as to the victors, owing to the abwce of' Col. WlUtsmi H RH. the Duke of Connauiht was a ipecutcr of the minaHrme, and this evening he toured the camp ag- ain. It was snnoanoed tonight by the .Minister of Militia thtt the military council will meet here on tiMtf hell. Ptrlenll Teller, U nglitend at UM LeOtrldte. ;