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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914 THE LETITRIUDGE PAGR SEVEN' fe Reduced prices for one day only. No phone orders for these articles. Sales strictly cash.______ 5 only New Sport Coats for Misses A or iind Women, regular Ladies' Raglan Coats, made from Tan or Navy Blanket Cloths..... A special sale of 20 Sample Coats, worth up to for.......... rC Made, from light weight Sat- S in, hlack and colors......... 25 pairs of the famous War- ner Corsets, one day only..'. And Velveteens, re- gular up to ?i.OO.. 2 pieces 3G inch Natural Pongee Silk, per yard................. 39c For Children, sizes 5 to fine rib- bed, cashmere and worsted, S5c, 40c. 10 dozen Pure Wool English Cash- mere Hose, Saturday only, pair..... For girls. Select one now. A spec- ial lot clearing for.......---- And Drawers for present wear; wliite, 34 to 38 sizes............ for women, wliite only, Saturday i i MEXICAN BEADS in many colors, for _35c .15 values up to 35c new stock just in, priced from lace materials for ......7 15c 50c 75c Co. M- Q. Week Ago Last Saturday was the Business in! ?I8 months at 1 i J Jjy any oth- Ifronl {he Duff aif Side, who to Space will not per- ;mit to quote Ask- the price of- Stelson 'Hals befpre you come and find they are 34.00. Our 2 'f (Only a few left) v to per suit. Our Spnce Penman's Union Suits, reg. Our price NOTE THE MAKERS. 7; Men's Pyjamas, regular fl.50 for ..75c 'J Men's Work Sliu-ts, a big bunch in one pile at ea. 50c S Jlen's Sweaters, worth and Our price Hememher we have Men's Sweaters fromi .i75c up T Men's Fancy Negligee Sliirts, worth for 75c up J worth f Men's Shoes, worth for on Men's Suits, for During this Great Sale we will give 20.Per Furniture and Carpets. ;y Cups and Saucers, while porcelain with1 gold hands doycT'lcaf design, special price :t Large Dinner Plates, same doz. jfor, pe'r dozen ,iiO'Cedar Mops, Sale i with every Mop we will give away 50c hot- of O'Cedar Pohsh. SATURDAY STRICTLY CASH. We were a little short of help to serVe the people' I the last sale, hut we have extra so f that no one will have 16 wait. I Goods delivered Free to all parts of the City. PHOHE tozTTtRMS CASH Piecing up the official 'dispatches from the London .war bureau and the French War. Office of'.last night and today, it is pcsaibta' tp form' a fairly accurate Idea of tho ijoaltion and or- der of-'tho IMtiah'battle line.- A week ago the British line, which occupies what may, be described as the left centre "of the a'rlicd battle front, was based'on the Ourcq River, with its left resting on Ourchy Lo- oliateiiu, 'where it was iu touch with the westernmost .of tlie two .French armies of the left, On Friday the ad- vance was pushed forward fifteen miles north, across a favorable coun- try, to tho south bank of the Aisne river, the German defence being per- functory, as the Germans had fallen back on their positions beyond the Aisne. On Saturday and Sunday the whole line of the Aisne was attacked and carried, though with very heavy loss- es. Tlie British left was in touch with the French right just east of Solfisons, from 15 to 20 miles farther The extreme British right waa in touch with the French centre, based on Rheims. The French left appears to have made good progress for a and at Soissons itself, French infantry achiev- ed the boid feat of crossing the Aisne River on the single stee1! girder of a destroyed railway bridge. TJie French centre does not seem to have made a like progress, and from the farther- most point reached by the British right, this being Craonne, 20 miles of Soisaons and four or five miles north of the Aisne River, tlie French centre is bent back in a southeasterly -direction towards Rheims. British Engaged The British army, therefore, occu- pies a front of 20 tnilss north of the Aisne River, the first army corps rest- ing on, French support at Soissous, the second corps occupying the centre and the third army corps being rather exposed ou the Salient at'Cra- onne. Roughly speaking men are ongnged on this short line, and have successfully withstood two. or three German attacks. Their, situation is difficult, an'1 their business is clearly to hold the ground they have won un til the'-pressure is weakened, by an en- aping-rapyement of the French.left, or the French centre overcomes the difficulties confronting it, and con- tinues tlje, general advance. From Jlh'emis eastward, to. the brok- en countryv.of .Argonne, .'.the have pretty "well, cleared Beyond that again and on side of Verdun, the army of the Crown Prince is reported to" be mak- ing, a stand at Montfaucon. From Ver- "aim right down the 'German, frontier to; of Switzerland, the French armies appear to have taken the in- itiative with considerable ag- ain penetrating into upper Alsace -I- -i- -I- Any women of the city, who have finis'iod any knitted art- icle or articles for Hie Leth- hridge contingent en route to the Front, arc kindly asked to semi them to Mrs. (i, Rob- inson, 423 Eighth St. S. to- morrow morning. The plan is to express nil .finished articles 1 fco the volunteers tomorrow afternoon. Anyone, -who would care to see the articles, may call at Mrs. Robinson's be- tween ten a. m. and five p. m. tomorrow. Values That Tell of True Economy The remarkable values In seasonable merchandise of our regular1 dependable qualities, brought many thrifty buyers to our store today. It Ic small wonder, too, for the values arc such as will appeal to all who are buying for present'or future needs. Following are Come oarly._________, Your 25c will do double duty and more in Dry Goods ESc Ottawa, Sept. 18. An ordcr-in- council was prohi biting airships from fljmg miles chief Canadian cities or fortified points, unless, by special-gov- ernment permit and prohibiting any aircraft carrying passengers to cross internet onal boundary except wir dcr special conditions The..acticui .is ta.ken by the govern ment as a precautionary measure and because airships have been recently' seen approaching various places near the border of Canada. Ouantls' have been stationed at all prohi pi ted points with orders to fire upon any airship which comes within the pre- scrltcd ten-mile area. The places nam. ed in tlw ordcr-in-council as being those over which no airship ma) fly are Halifax, Sydney-, Si Join, Valcart-lcr, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, London Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Edmon- ton, Victoria, Vancouver and Cliar- lottet-qwn.: It is also provided that any air- ship may not pass within ten miles of any wireless station Airships crossing boundary- Airships carrying passengers are onl) allowed to land at tinmH wtHiin three miles of Ann ipolis, N B Woodstock, N, take Megan tic and in Quebec, Athens, Wetland and Essex in Ontar o Mor ris, Manitoba Estevin, Sask Lffch bridge, and Ohilhwack, B C. A Canadian officer; must-be. carried: on any airship that lands In-Canada, and no fire arms, expltrs yes, or pho- tographic equipment allowed on board. Any military air craft in bai the property of thcj Cnnadihn government or Great Brl-j J hat with purpl" accessories and wore w, ite In me'hatel} after the ceremonj an informal reception was held at the bride's home, to which a large num- bsr- .of friends were hidden. The grcom's gift to the bride was sable furs, to the bridesmaid a pearl and .amethyst the grooms- man-' and the bride's brother; gold cufi 'jinks T he array 01 useful and costly gifts magnificent Mr and Mrs left on the t midnigh't train for their future home in-Vonda, Sask Clubs and Societies The Women's Missionary society of 'Westminster church will hold a Rum- mage Sale in the Miner's hall on Octcier 8th. The Alexander Gait Chapter of the Imperial Order Daughters.of Em- a splendidly1 attended meet- ing, in the. Y.M.C.A. yesterday after- noon. Substantial donations to the relief fuml were received :from S. J. Shepherd and li. V. Gibbons, and iho society is indebted to Mr. Mar- tin, .who conveyed the lunches, etc., to the statitti for both contingents of charce. Ml Wellington is p'acing two hoau- oil paintings in his window and, it tliey are sold, will donate the pro- ceeds to the relief-fund. new member? were elect- Tea was: served later and social mtrrcouisc enjojed Mrs L G Do poured ten at the flag centred table, Vvhcre Iiichnwn-1 roses, the em- blem of tl e I 0 D E were very effective. The dainties were served b) the other officers. Mrs G W. Rokmson, Mrs Reeve, Mrs Buchan- an, Mrs T A Jackson and B. Bliss HobncU, of Maclrod, is a Ij guest with Mrs. Charles McKillop. Mrs. R. T. Biymner ami Mrs. A. Buchanan will he. hostesses at the Country Club at the tea hour, to- morrow. Miss Miriam Stoltze entertained at a delightful thimble tea yesterday, in courtesy to Miss Hiddlclon, of Moose Ja'.v, staying with Mrs. E. A. Siiarman. j Mrs. R. S. Smith and Miss Edra j Smith will have charge of the tea at the courts of the Lawn Tennis club tomorrow afternoon. Hi's royal the Duke of Con-j naught hns forwarded to the commit-: ire in clurgc cl tho local fund for the }p Johnson Memorial" his do- nation of The dance to be given by the Atiuatic club in the Conservatory of Music hatl on FrMay night is to be an informal affair. Jtrs. Wilfred Fletcher and baby left last flight for England. Tile Alexander Gait Chantsr of the Imperial Daughters of tne Emulre ac- knowledges with thanlis the money anil wool from Mrs. II. Fairfleld, 5Irs. J. D. HlgfnboOuun, Mrs. William Stafford, Mrs. G. !B, Bowman, Miss Agnew, Mrs. Colpman, Mra. Rylands; Mrs. Robinson and Miss McLeay. URCH The Anglican .church at Mcsiarch w as the scene of ,-i very" pretty wefl- ding at 'uighttSiiSf Boil's- Wednesday evening, when Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Urch, be- came the hriHe of Mr. Laurence Cuih- bert, manager of. thp Bank Com- merce at ..yonBafsSaft. The bride was a .very winsome pic- "ture in' her handsome travelling suit of blue, llussiaa tunic style with plush collar and cuEs, which opened "over a v hite taffeta lilo ise a ith 'ate and torqur-ise blue hat with mount fc'- match.-' She car- ried an exquisite bouquet of white roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Nettie Urch, who was prettily gowtied in a delE blue costume ami Mack picture hat with tango mount, anJ Cornel pink roses, while 'Mr. Tom Cuthhert oi the Bank ot Com merce at mnipei; brother of the groom, was groomsman The ceremony was performed by the Rev Mi Ganmon in tho pres- ence of twenty guests lhevliride's mother wore a hand- nft black toilette and black 60c NECKWEAR Now 8 BARS TOILET SOAP............. 35o BOX TOILET SOAP....... 1 PAIR PURE LIN- EN TOWELS 1 REEL, 800 VA.RDS CROCHET WARP 35c DRESS SHIELDS 2' PAIRS CHILD'S CASK- MERE sox, BLACK, WHITE OP TAN 3 FRESH CUT ROSES 1 BOUQUST FRESH 'CUT FLOWERS POTTED. FLOWERS AND PLANTS 50o LEATHER BELTS ...........C9C me ITH DE- 25e 3 BUSTER. BELTS 5 WASH BELTS WITH DE- TACHABLE BUCKLE ___ 35o CASHMERE HOSE............ 50o JEWELLRY PRICE 7 COTTON SPOOLS FOR 6 SILK STOOLS FOR 12 CARDS SPRING HOOKS AND EYES 7 PACKETS SEWING NEEDLES. I 4 CARDS i BIAS TAPE 16 HAIR NETS FOR 2 CARDS WASH SILK TAPE ISc 25c 33 PhEOES TAPE FOR 4 CARDS FEATHER STITCHED BRAID 2 BALLS D. M. C. EMB. pOTTON 12 DOZEN DOME FASTENERS .v 7 CARDS QOLLAR SUPPORTS....... 6 SETS DARNING NEEDLES 6 SETS KNITTING NEEDLES 2 HAiR PADS FOR 2 STRING' STEEL BEADS COLGATE'S SPEC- IAU 2 FOR ROYAL SOCIETY PACKAGE GOODS UP'TO FOR 25c E5c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c VCKAGE 25c For the Home ELECTRIC HEATERS, A REGU- LAR fi? n (Kg; ON SALE AT DINNER SETS, BLUE GREEN SEMI-PORCELAIN QE ON SALE AT SMALL BRASS RODS FOR SASH CURTAINS. ETC EXTENDS 45 INCHES VV TAPESTRY RUG SALE 3.xS 53.50 3x3 V4 '7'55 3x1 Shoe Section LADIES' BOUDOIR SLIPPERS, CHOLOCATE, JS BLACK, with Pom Pom I 1 w LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS, TAN V1CI KID, SMART CjfS AND DRESSY GIRLS' STRONG SCHOOL BOOTS EOX'CALF BLUCHERS MEN'S TAN AND BLACK AMERICAN I i3U Ready- to- LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES, NAIN- SOOK, .SLIP-OVER, 1C LACE EDGING 4> I. IO LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, COLOR- ED SATEEN 9" FLOUNCE ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS, MODEL 462, BATISTE, REGULAR season, no It Demands New Clothes iHere is the.most logical-place for a man.Jo come when he wants Good Clothes, for here he finds all the good styles from all the best mak- upon hundreds of ohoipe gaas nients which the wardrobes permit seeing afca- glance. _ This remarkable stock-is yours from at a price 'range wide enough to salt any, pooketbook. There's probably no othermen's store that satisfies a more cosmopoli- tan patronage than we do. is not a store for any particular class, but for all particular men. In fact, our greater value-grring is go pronounced that no fail to see and ap- preciate it. AY We place on sale several hundred Suits-and Coats that will be the talk of Lcthbridge for months to come. In'the lot are Blues, Browns, Ox- ford dreys and Fancy Effects, regular prices and some All sizes, 33 to 44. SALE PRICE t THE ROYAL STORE TIkE STORE FOR AM, THE PE OPLE. ;