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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER THE wAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE LADIES'STORE Plum 453 Acadia Block c 11. r A Three Pay Bargain Sale Surpassing all previous events of the kind Thursday, Friday >and Saturday will be days of .most exceptional money saving opportunities and should be freely taken advantage of by every thrifty woman in the city. In the course of planning this sale we kept fixed in our niind three very important t'aots, stringency of the money market, the suitability of all ofl'erings to present needs, and to make the next three days a record bargain sale in the history of Lethbridge merchandising. department throughout the store murshalls incomparable bar- gain that affect the interest of every woman within the circle of this store's influence. Letiiridge 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 checks, plaids, pure wool serges, cashmeres, ..etc.' in a collection of almost every wanted' color. Very suitable for dresses, skVts, 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 kimon jis, bath robes, etc. shown in varit- iy 6f handsome designs, in colorh giey, blue, brown, Cardinal, etc.f 27 ins. wide, very fiim and waim. All are exceptional values-for this Three Day CASHMERE HOSE 35c Worth up to 60o Pure wool plain cashmere, also fine ribbed hose in all ladles', sizes. 'NEWEST COSSETS 95c value IJest fitting models made of good coutll, white only. WOOL GLOVES 23c Fine knit 'shown in black, -white'and other col- ors. VEST DRAWERS 25c Werth up to 45c Splendid values in fall weight garments, white or natural coi- RIBBON SALE IQc Regular 15c and 18c Splendid .quality taffeta, three and a half wide, :alK'cplT ore, v FANCY RIBBON 55c Regular Combination, checks and Ro-" mau: etrlped edges In Paddy, r Nell'Rose, royal, "lielto, "etc. 3 Big Bargains in Ready-to-wear FOE THIS THREE DAY SATING EVENT Suits, Coats Dresseg in specially se- fecte'd lots, offered' for less than similar gar- ments Tiaye ever been at beforehand this offer is all the more remarkable when ypu con- sider that regular prices this season are lower i "by far than similar goods haveTbeen sold fpar during previous seasons. Three Day Clean-up of tailored 3uiU Including values worth up to These are garments of the famous "Jfortji'- way" and other leading makes which we haye Delected from our regular stock to offer at this most enticing price for the next three days. Navy and 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 Coal Sale Worth up to Worth up to Handsome Tweeds, Blanket Cloths etc. in splendid variety of colors and shown jv a_range of sizes from 16 to largexwo- size 44 specially purchased. Ms lot contains wonderfully attract- yalues and you should not miss such opportunity. Three Day Dress Sale Worth up to Worth up to Cloth and. Silk Dresses in most attract- ive new styles including a wide variety of choice in light, medium and dark colors. These are garments gold regularly at and going at the t bargain price the next three which offer splendid choosing, CBEPE WAISTS Worth up to 93.00 Some voiles also, all In est styles, drop shoulder and front and back yoke GflNGH'M. APEONS 25c i Worth upte 40e' Splendid quality checked ginc- hani with border, blue and white guaranteed to wash. CAMBRIC GOWS i' .button- ed front boau U ruily trimmed. CORSET SALE up to flae models IB newest styles, all "wanted sins, 18 to SILK HOSE Regular value Estra heavy welgU, and white, re-lnforced hoela and toes TURKISH TOWELS' 25c Regular 40c value I U Tancy Crystal Pressed Olaia, V en'3 Pyjama' -flnrts, -Ceylon Flannel, all sizes flj'1 QQ Kegular S2 50 ......9 I >99 Men's Flannelette' Jf-lgHt Shirts, white and C1 Afl Btriped, reg. fLK KJddles' Soft Sole Show, white, blue, chocolate olack kid, sizes 4. Tan Vlcl Kid'Roman Sandals tnree sirapB sites 3 to 6< Childrea's Under "W-ftists Natural color Ladles' Waists, Pique RegnIar.Jl.75........ Children'! White LawnDreiu- ea, Mother'Rubiard styles, Bes. Bag. Rugt- in rose, green: 29c 15c TungtUli Lampf' 26 Watt 40 Watt CO Watt 30c 40c COc Hudson's Bay Co. tbe train back, and although she start- ed to motor over, she had not arrived yet at 10 o'clock. ;Mrs. McClenaffhan led in the dedicatory prayer, and Mrs. Charles McKlllop gave a bright ac- count of the Preabyterial work. Mrs. F. Layton. sang a pleasing solo, and later a pleasant social hou nras enjoy- ed, refreshments' lielng B erred. A thank offering of was received. Tomorrow at 3 o'clock; .the W.C.T.U. of Canadii aw ob- serving the hour "to pray for peace. Tha local asked, to re- member tha hour. m Holy Communion Till be celebrated In St Mary's Church at tomftrro-p morning, in St Cyprian's Gburcb, at 7, and la St Augustin's at 8 eum.'These are apeoial services, at wblci those at the front he apeoially rememberca In nrayer. The Alexander Gait Chapter, of the Imperial Daughters of the Empire -will hold a social meeting in the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow afternoon. Bosineai will be tranEacted cbmmenclnf at'three o'- clock, after -which a: .social hour. wJ 11 be in order. MILLION BUSHELS OF SEED GRAIN 1ST Ottawa, Sept. "million bush- els of seed grain if to to fmiabed It tbe government to tb( tumen oli the vest, wfeon this veai. Thig-and plaus for -ance were formulated at a oonleweeal be'-Avoirii Hon Martm Butrell and expert representatives from .weittavl provinces. VERY COLD IN GAL1CIA via Paris, Sept' 1 from Austria to Tbe Conrtera delta Sera say that cold In Oallcla In 10 I intense, espedatly at night, that I soldiers suffer terribly. Many are re-' ported to Hare fallen slot. I m mmm mm IK Valcartler, Que., 3ept Ca- nadian troops may be" equipped with armor plate device whlcli. it is ex- pected, will save the lives of hun dredg of the men engage the enemy, especially-Then jdefendlng an entrenched position against an in.- [antiy attack. The device it a spade [t Svotild also bo: used. to dig shallow trenches. In the blade ot tit spade an oval aperture Is punched... .After the trenches-aie dug, tho spade would be placed on the ground, secured firm- ly with'a spike, and tlie troops would fire through the aperture, getting a secure rest for the a splen- did protection from the Experiments with the spade were larried out today, with both the Boss rifle, using Mark VII ammunition, and a Laird machine gun Neither weapon punctured the plate, and only in one or two cases bullet force its way through far enough to crack It. They plunged against the steel and fell a twisted mass to the (round. The minister of militia, Hugh- es, was delighted with the results, but express no opinion aa io the pro- babilities of the adoption of the de- vice by the troops. weighs four pounds and it i believed could he carried bv the troops without .much effort tnfantrj.fcrlgade did. not-fo to the ranges yesterday. in the morning they crossed river war was immedlatelr Declared be- tween the two forces, dwuruated red and blue. A blue detached force, Which was covering the bridges' the Jacques Cartier, and whicn iad teen heavily engaged with, a red force, was forced to fall back Uta night in a southwesterly direction The red force bent on crushing this detached portion of the tlue army before reinforcements up or be- It wu able to rejoin main body The operations were. Tarried out very successfully, the two bodies coining Into contact early IB tae morn- ing. Major Hart McHarg bed charge of the -blue force and Major Upaett was la command of the red. Shortly after noon the engagement wtvcoa-' eluded. Col. Currie, who wag In charge of the entire operations, was nimble to- night to gire out his decision as to the victors, owing to of Col. Wnnams. H.RH. the Duke of Connaught way a spectator of tbe manoemtea, and this evening lie toured the camp Hf aln. It was announced tonight by Minister of Militia that the nHlltarr council wtll meet here on Mlay nut. Ptrsenil Ms Teller, at ;