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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, -SEPTEMBER 19, 1014 THE L..ETHBRIUGJ5 i_______ DAH.Y PAGE FOR 15 ONLY Over-Stocked Lines Retailing at Wholsale Cost The chance of. a life time to save ncrw Stock Must, Be Reduced to make room for fall stock on the way. WATCH OUR 4 LASG1 SHOW WINDOWS DAILY THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER Established 1898 Eye Specialist in charge of pptk-al Department CANADA ..WHEAT Chicago, Sept. twloo as muclf wheat'haa escorted'from Chicago to (Canada ,byt of, the slcce July in tile entire elx yeais, according to' a table made outitoday by .the, customs: de- partment here'. Since a total ot" valued 'at "G6.114, -was sent ifrom -here to Can- ada.'' In the sis preceding years only bushels Were: shipped. UP -SEVERAL M IDEAS Mayor Hardie returned last night from the convention of the Union of Alberta Municipalities (held in CamroBB, and he reports a splendid session. The mayor was particularly with -Hie advantage gained by tho' smaller towns and villa fronv, these 'conventions, where ques- tions vitally affecting their welfare are brought up and discussed. Short, o! K-dmonton, gave en address dealing with assess- ment, and among tho points-he-em- phasized was the permanency over period of years, of the assessment, and tho changing of police and firo cost over from the current account to tho local improvement column, thai each citizeiu pays for exactly the amount of protection ho receives. Mayor Hardie commends both of these suggestions as very desirable. Doctor Killed Returning from Muider Trial Montreal, Que., Sept. Jos. A. Charotte, 123 Cote des Neiges road, was killed yesterday, while returning to his from tile trial of Bov-rret, Beauclmmp and Fpucalt, for tlio mur- der of Oonstahle Bourdon. The doctor one of the leading witnesses for the Crown in the trial. Hie death re- sulted from an accident to the motor car driven by Jos. Girard, who along wlth'.Alphonso de Guire, an occupant oftha car. received injuries that are thought not serious. The machine smashed, into a fence, turned turtle and crushed Dr. Charette heneath. SHACKLETON LEAVES ON SOUTH POLE DASH London, Sepb Ernest Shacldeton ai-d the members of his :rans-AtIanttc Antarctic expedition; left London today in two sections for the south Polar regions. One lialf of the party, headed hy Sir Ernest ihackleton departed for South Ameri- ca; the other half of the expedition .eft for the Iloss Sea, on tie New Zea- land side .of the. Antarctic by. way of Africa Sir .Ernest hopes to ;meet the HOBS Sea contingent hiApril ot'next. .failing in that by March of 1316. HUNDRED MILLIONS IN GOLD FOR CANADA Ont., Sept. mated 'that nearly one hundred mil- lions-oil American sold for the Banlr of RYLANDS CO. 100 yards Check Tea Towelling, Tonight Jersey Summer White Cotton Sheets Ready to use, each Pillow Cases for tonight only, each a 2 C Huck Towels with fringed ends, each Lace Collars, worth up i to tonight I AH wool Cashmere Hose i Z% to 10, tonight..... t Child's nibbed Cash. Hose, 5 to 8, tonight.. Warner's 'Rust Proof Corsets, tonight....... Vests for Fall and Winter, Yard Pongee Silk, p-er yard ___ ...39s Ladles' New Fall Coata, up to For Tonight only Ladles' and Misses' Sport and L o n g Coats, Men's Suits on- sale for tonight only, up to See windows c Boys' Suits, a spec- ial lot for Saturday jj night. Special sale. VON KLUCK IN DANGER Big Force to North of His Flan Threatens to Cut His Lines 'London, Sept. 18. In a reference t the Admiralty's announcement of Con: mander Samps or eii motor ca exploits at "Doullensj the Chronlcl loints. out that although a small ip.c dent, -it ia-'of importanc or, as north o Amiens, and 20 miles inland from Ui England will bn .in the vaults oC tlie the is. a great department of finance here before- the end of. ..the "war. Some heavy United itates T loans, it is stated, aro matur- in England, and the obligations yill bo -mot by the deposit of Ameri- can, gold with, tha finance department. Saturday Niglit Bargaii LL 7.30 TO 10. O'CLOCK Boys' Wool Underwear 90c Underwear for ggg garment Boys'. Heavy Winter Underwear, some of the garments slightly, soiled, an opportunity to liy iu ajsupply- JJndepvear at end of season prices. Infants' Knit Jackets At Wholesale Prices Travellers' Samples Erery Mother can secure an Infant's Knit Jacket at wholesale A'wonderful range of styles and dh'bbse- frbmi Men's Overall Smocks gflg Each Men's Overall Smocks'in small 86-3S; a standard-line of strlpo drill Smocks and usually sold at fl.25. Men's Heavy Suspenders Quality 35c a Pair Afcn's Suspenders, itrong wide web elastic, warranted to wear. Men's Dogskin Gloves Quality a Pair Dogskin Gloves of Perriii manufacture, unlined' and without seam, clasp fasten. Three Lines From Our Grocery BANANAS Fine Ripe Bananas Saturday: Per Dozen 15c Fine -Mixed Chocolates, neatly boxed. 25c 2 boxes for 35c A hoT Section APPLES No. 1 Wealthy Apples While they A Box......... CORSETS, Odd Sizes, and for 50C P, D. Corsets and B I Corsets in imall'or large sizes only. A final 'clearance of these num- bers makes it imperative to reduce these good lines to almost give-away prices. Women's Winter Coats HALF PRICE I tit Women's Coats of neavy ChTnftnTila cloth ,In heavy Grey and Tweed mixtures.. Tonight J9 pO. New Dress Silks For Evening Wear 85c Qpllty a Yard Silks In Brocade design, 38 inch width, all -new shades; neat Repp Cord. Tonight 65c a yard. Dress Velvets 85c Quality 4gc a Yard Navy, Blick. .Cardinal and Brown and Saxo, n Inch width. Tonight 45c a yard. The Bentky Ca, Limited the north of the 'position" on the Ois occupied by General .Von. KlucK, an if the British are force in th neighborhood of Amiens and Doullcns it !s-.ev German.; righ wing is In a position of great dange: Generally the behaviour of Vo Kluok'e force has implied the exis enco of a strong body' of allies in th region, between the' Ohannei and th German flank." i Captured''Uhian; London, Sept. The, official. in formation bureau announces that September IS, Commander1 Sampson with a motor car attachment, con nected with the flying corps, encoun tered a patrol of five" Uhlans, nea Dou'ilens, Prance, killing, 'four am wounding and capturing the fifth. The British suffered no losses. SCARCE IN LAND WHEAT OF KAISER Paris, Sept. received from Germany describe the sit uation: as" becoming somewhat critical owing f6 the great number ployed, the high cost-of living and the scarcity of the life, es pocially" wheat Wheat supplies i'or by way of Holland Have a'de .of the North Sea. G-reat Britain Is" permitting no grain to enter Hoi land consigned to private persons or firms 'Delivery is permitted only to the, Dutqh which, It is said, is hfld responsible for Us fina destination. LADIES! DARKEN; YOUK GRAY HAIR Look .years 'younger! Use Grind- mother's recipe of Sage Tei. and Sulphur and nobody will know, The use of "Sage Sulphur for storing faded, gray hair, to its natural color dates back to grandmother's line. She used it to hair beautifully, dark, glossy and atamlant Whenever her hair fell' out 'or took on that dull, faded or streaked ap- pisarance, this slmoile. mixture was ap- plied with Hut brewing at home is mussy and outoldatc. Nowadays, hy asking at any drug store for a .50 cent bottle of i'Wyeth's Sage and v Sulphur. -Com- you will get tins famous old recipe- .which can bo depended. donations of-clothing, th the 'soldiers, who have gon to the camp at Valcar tier camps, when, forward ed by i-Canadian Relief Commi representing the Canadian Re Cross; St. John's Ambulance Asso- ciation-.and tho Department of Mi Itia and, Other public oodles o individuals, making application fo free delivery, will he referred to th Canadian Relief Committee. The company will do every thin possible to facilitate the sending donations to the men at the front. Clubs and Societies The Art .Needle-work club will mee on Monday afternoon with Airs -D A. Simpson, Pourteenth-St., S. it The young-girls of the Bible clas of the First Lutheran Sunday echoo lanquetted the boys on Thursday ening, as the result-of a contest, musical program wnq rendered refreshments served: The Flower Guild is grateful to ilrs.iJ. JQHCS, Frachs .and the superintendent of the G-alt -hospita or donations iof flowers for the week y visit to the hospital yesterday. The Woman's .Missionary society i nox church piirpssB holding a.Rum mage Sala in the Miner's hall No- emter-the 20th. Donations c 4 ther, metal frames.. V 9 strings real Flower Beads, to Pretty colored bordered Scrims, on sale at, yard t 20" Hair Switches. Blonde, Med- ium or Dark Brown The Corset Makes the Gown That's why every Canadian values her figure, wears a There is a model for fashion's every mode and each ffiodel-'lefids perfect ease, comfort arid grace to Ask to see the new models at'yonr fmvorite stoiw or write us and twe. .will send you a daintily illustrated booklet of new designs. CROMPTON CORSET CO. Limited 78 York St., TORONTO gave a very convincing address on 'A sure answer to-prayer." Mrs.: Wastcot't was gate to the t convention at; 'Wetaski- vm, and Mrs. Wasnbrook was pointed press correspondent. op- Wesley Epworth-.League will hold is annual meeting for the election of next Monday evening, when 11 young people, including 'the young- r married folk, .are urged, to be resent. NO FLY Bordeaux, Sept TroTereorv respondent ol The Tempi nai tent tha j following dispatch: "According id wounded prisoners, uttro- havs been put out ot through lack of gasoline.! ItKliMAkJ aviators, on Um other partant railroad junction, vlth i suit that the trains filled witi re- treating stilled." brhn nmr eleuillf ud ihfcs. nd bith luU. ;