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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta -SEPTEMBER n, THE L E T II B R..J P G 15 DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE More New Fall Gopds Received This Week Ready lor Saturday Wo have been hiisy For I lies juVsl; week making extensive ullenilious lo tlm st.ore, giving us inereased spaee J'or display: ninny new nov- eilies in Dress Goods, iSilks.and'iKc.tuly-l'o-AVciii' garments. Our sloeli of POIIUIIUV'N.Hosiery and Watson's Underwear is also coniplele. and it will, pay you to luty these cashmere and woollen goods for Novotn'bei: anil Dei-ember dciliveris arc: going to hu considerably advancpd- in .price. Our First Showing of New Fall and Winter Coats SATURDAY SPECIALS 75c 35c Corrt Velvets in brown, navy, red, black, luiitjfo, U7'inches wide; Special s..... Cnshnicro Hose, hidies' alxCH, neamlOBK, 'black only; on .1 pair Rollor Towelling, colored Turkish Crash, extra spec- itil value 4 O i n Ht New Quaker Collars just lo hand this morn- each.............3vC Corsets. Ji perfect fitting extra strong, on sale Saturday Per pair Boys' To.iuc-s; also stylos, white and colors; special. Table Napkins, '22 indies Btjuaro, pure linen, neat pat- terns, on sale ing and on salo at Ladies' Combinations, fin- est quality cashmere, short sleeves, low neck on sale 69c girls' 18c THE FIRST LOT od New Kail Coals for IJP oii display in our now Jteady-to-VV'oar Department, which hus fouL'ii eiilirely re-furnished, giving us plenty or ruoni to display the finest ilot of have ever shown. The cream of the offerings from such well known jnnkors: Whites, Prin- cess. Lady Uorilon garments, make this store supreme hi 'quantity, quality, atylo and moo Buys a Serviceable tpl 0 Tweed Suit Saturday On sale.' tomorrow able and stylish Tweed and Cheviot Sulla for women. Tire coats are silk or satlri lined, and the sizes range up to 4" bust. Viilnes here as liigli as 522.00. Over 2000 yards of English and Canadian Flannelettes New Underskirts Taffeta Underskirts in .-black only with accordian pleated frill or fancy ruffled bottoms; fine finality material; (t 1 OC extra special ......V British Serges For. school dresses and separ- ate skirts, these British Wool Serges'are the proper material. Black, .anrti.many colors values up (o Cor.. White Flannelettes, full yard wide, extra heavy for night underwear ICn etc., regular I White or .'colored Flannelettes Neat stripes, 27 inches wide, on sale Saturday cslerday i afternoon lor ilrs. Hell, of ictoria. Mrs. .1. X. Kennedy assisted the hostess, servine: I ho refreshments. Mrs C F I'linUieaiT returned i last'night from North UaUleford, wlicrc she has hern spending: summer with her daughter, Mrs. F. Fisher. -The private, rtam-n that was to lie ield in.Uurginan's Hall. Sept. 21st, he ilield liurginan's Hall. Sept. 2ist lias been postponed till Tuesday 2Sth, owing to the Kcd Cross benefit tiante. In IV eiemliR Hi Bind: rendered patriot" HUMI before tin danei b gall ind it nine o clot-k th( embroidered tray was rafiled. the lucki numhci be i 1 v Inch held V large crow i r iautiidcd tnc flare lint terminated flus un bliutsbiul midertil int, Ihe of Miss Conine Murdoch d-iugMtet ol Mr ind "Mis Murdoch lo I apt tlurles Pohlm oft thyJlsti Halt uiungeit sonjjf Mr Rod I Rolllm tpok. place rrimli churci afternoon. mil iond ind 11 llolv LONG LOST EXPLORER TELLS OF HARDSHIPS IN FAR NORTH Nome, Alaska, Sept. power Schooner Ruby: arrived rrom iler- schel Island, on the Arctic coast, west ot the mouth or the Mackenzie River, yesterday afternoon, with the. nawb that viltijalihar .Stefanason, Canadian esploreri with two companions. Storker.-Slorlterson and'OIe. Anderson, set out from Martin Point, Alaska, on March 22, the frozen Polar to search; for' lands in the Beaufort Sea, is not "only alive and well, hut has accomplished every purpose for, which the hazard- '0113 voyage was undertaken., .Captain S. F. 'Cattle, master of the Ruby, says that Stefansson is now on Banks -Land, east of tba Jlackenzie, outfitting for the- continuance of ex- plorations to tile westward" to ascer- the new 'iand he oE St. Pat- rick's V.-.'. "discoverdd >i continu- ance of tiic shelf several AND HEAR SOME OF OUR NEWEST 5 SELECTIONS. To Your Advantage to; Select Shoes Now MEN'S "K" and tan mgdels, materials are Box Calf and Glace Kid; all smart new fall ibluclier models; Regular for'.............. MEN'S BLUCHER6--English list, low heel, selected box- calf; good wearing Ott Quality; resular 'MEN'S 'WHITE CANVAS 20 pairs In all, also.a few pairs of Oitqrds; sues 6 to-10 in the lot- leather AA Bepilir ?3 00 for W UADIES' GUNMETAL neat style. This is a smart autumn model with high heelBand smart shape. All sizes. 'Regular J5.0C GIRLS' clean-up of lines in gunuietals and patent leathers. All good, values at CHILDREN'S' BUTTON white casnvas, smart style, good wearing value. Sizes 3 to Regular ?1 for odd lines in SCH.WEITZER quiet wedding was solemnized at from this garden parti will be vestrv of Wesley church last. to the tobacco Iimd Miss Iva SchwelUer, Ih cdlltaluml 'a's aaUKbter of Mrs. JI. Schweitzer, 585 ranged lo line Mr It I! Bennett; stu st g was united in marriage to T pitnotii ililresb jl the Icach- ers Coincntion whicli is being held rh in Ui-tobcr son of Mr. Mrs. H. CartwrTght, ot Portage, in the presence of their imraed- Red Cross Notes liere farh m October 1 m one tenth of tl e net jate relatives. Rev. G. H. collated on flii; D-u will In Pill officiating. ''Atter ceremony the isidr (or i dibibled soldiers Hind, nappy couple repaired to the Home of tofiithrr with SI I donitcd Irom the i the bride's where a dainty Teachers I'lliiotic ind Heliei 1 mid. j dinner was' ?erved. will he sPnt for Hie ol the Jlr. and Mrs, Cartwrigllt will take bed in the Canadian hospital up their residence at 418 Intb St. b., Chutl n wluh last ar was ilonal j City. at by tin1 women of Lethbridgc. will he sent, to Miss Arnold! tor j ----_ comforts for '.he .Canadian lonelier with n piirs ol soiks and' j i andkerchufs I Ihe trcisuici s was tecei! td uith ipprobatlon is it ntlndtd [the receipts, for the inontli of August which "to this included the receipts from Klag Day, spit ill donatnrs ind dues. 1 he i! i the mrnth 11 oiint- ed to this inonev was e.v- pcudi I f i Hi i t InnUges ual sip' cs ft doiutlon lo tin ML in j C ili, in to help in tlie tlieyj are floing fcr the soldiers there, and n monthly donation to the .Travel- lers' Aid The bills for tfiis ninntli amount to Slll.il) licinc for wool that the (Inpln h lumnlit in! ii> dis "Probably there, never; was a public fund administered with greater precision and discipline Hcil Cress fund. The pub- lie.can'be well assured that every dollar they contribute is caretully expended. The .great need of the Ked Cross comijined with, this as- surance of careful administration should stimulate public generosity to even greater efforts." LADIES OF RED CROSS All .women members, of the Red Cross are urged to attend the big patrio.tie. meetiiig in the Theatre tonight. .The boxes have been reserved, for the ladies. }3urns brnlth, Co SS.01) Ltd. bah. hospitals have been created in and with warehouses foij' stores in both places Red Cross' depot .has been' op.eted alt: Mudros on the Dardanelles v; is the principal hospital base for the wounded from and hospital ships arrive wceklv from Cape Hellas Bringing I and Indian ded Tbe sllghth Bounded are taken to com ilescsnt camps up the Nile, It is pTAtifvinr to learn that repre- ?0 Dr Gal-1 sentalives of tile Canadian Red Crnit" ce booths Labor are working in this zone Fifteen oT_ THE RED CROSS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN Heavi as is ttic task which the lied Cross Ins t a? majority of 311 for Inauguration of Canada lempetance or Scott' Actt The prohibition on liquor leHinr if) to come in'o operation Ma? 1 1 SIR WILFRID LAURIER TO IN HOSPITAL ANOTHER WtKK nut h. ffom iwte ft l..ho, Council Cairo and Malta An Kirs for th( soldier, i1) for flan- lUTinents of donations haje been re- irms onlei In siven 'hem enliwiw w nel ind suiplics.forfiitRKal supplies reived follows d U Jlue, authority to cam out, aid fc k "nd co or DM soldiers. 00 S. J. bnepherd, P.I in the Dardanelles area Red PiUl wetk an ;