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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, THE LETHBRFDCE DAILY HtfKAtD PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. WE SELL FOR The Ladies' Store Phont 453 Acndia Block CASH Handsomest Serge and Cheviot Suits to In New and Exclusive Styles. Navy, black and Russian sreen are the leading colors, shown in military and semi-military styles with close- fitting collars that can be rolled low j and bells or Ibelt effects. Skirts made I moderately lull with pleats or full flares. We have higher priced lines and lower too, 'but none that repre- sent better value for the money than these featured at above prices. Outer Garments of Style and Distinction Every One Exclusive with this store one of Iho iValmvs. of ihis on I.ire display. We huvo the loadiim1 linns iniuiufacl.ilred in (.'iiiuulii coiilimHl to I his slore for Lethbridge, and you cannot go into another store in. this oity and ;i single mi'iil shown, here. SUITS AND COATS THAT HAVE DISTINCTIVE STYLE TOUCHES, MADE OF FINEST OBTAINABLE MATERIALS. BEAUTIFULLY TAILOR- ED. PERFECT IN FIT AND SHAPE-KEEPING ABILITIES. AND IN SPITE OF THE SHARPEST ADVANCE IN WOOLLEN MATERIALS KNOWN FOR MANY YEAnS, LOWER IN PRICE THAN SIMILAR GARMENTS HAVE BEEN SOLD FOR DURING PREVIOUS SEASONS. MADE POSSIBLE BY THE EARLY PURCHASE OF ALL MATERIALS AT OLD PRICES AT THE OUTBREAK.OF WAR IN ANTICIPATION OF HIGHER PRICES. Smartest Coats of the Entire Season TELEPHONE 606 SMARTEST TRIMMED HATS to Hahdsome imported American models trim- med by expert millin- ers, and featuring all the leading style touches that are popu- lar this season. 'Large and small shapes of vary .smartest design, with black as the lead- ing favorite, every one a special value at the money. Featuring a Big Selection of Various Styles. Finest wool Xiggerh pails in stripes and diagonal effects, navy, black, brown and Russian green. Pure wool mixed Tweeds, Broadcloths etc. in the deep rich autumn colorings shown in smallest styles we have ever shown at the prices. Sizes to lit very small women and very large women in splendid variety of stylos well as a big range of all regular sizes. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOUARE READY FOR IT. oldiers to Winter in Large Centres ;ttawa, Kept. whole qlies- i ot wintering thc Canadian troops encasing the attention of thc rtc- oi militia and it is ex- ted that definite announcement ol I program to lc pursued will be lie in a few days, he problem involves the placing m tcr quarters of the many thous- 5 ol men now located at the var- i summer camps throughout the linion where there is no winter There appears to bo le doubt' that 'the''various e.xhibl- i -grounds- in i he large ciUcs ch furnish ideal accommodation, I again he utilized lor winter quar- k for a large body ot the men of I various divisions. A number of other builiiinfis offered, however, I the accommodation of the sur- p are hot thought to he satisfnc- T cither as to'location of rent .Tged, and it is probable that ac- iniodation will bo sought at some the other large centres throughout i Dominion. h. cnoosing such places, however, a iiber of considerations are involv- It will be necessary that they iscss adequate drill halls and that iufficicnt number of troops can be oinmodatcd to insure training and 11. In'this connection billeting may (resorted to, the regulations prr- tins pay on a basis to enable men Iboard 'themselves, where ncccs- I'oloncl Roche, engineer of the Red Cross Notes PEYOU H CHILD? __, _...OB1 lone for children, tat blow of gcunblfi physical derangement >n deprived is greatest of all happiness. "Probably there never was a public fund .administered with greater precision and discipline than the Red Cross fund. The pub- i" "in be well assured that every jantribute is carefully _. -eat need of the -tVoined with this "efvil administration siinj-.iate public generosity --vor. efiorts." Mr. C. F. P. Conybearc returned yesterday from the Angli- can Synod in Toronto. Mr. A. II. Stafford relumed on Sat-j jiirday from Kingston, Out., where he has been taking a course In artillery, j Mrs. F. W. Downer and Mr. F. II. Downer returned this morning from Proctor, H.O. SI. 'Mary's will bold a business ineettng on Thursday afternoon at I! o'clock, in the Parish hall. All mem- bers are requested ID he present. Mrs. Tinning of saskatoon arnved in the city on Saturday, and is a sues! at thu IIOIIH- of her son, Mr. G. It. Tinning. Jlr. and Mrs. David Stafford and children of Phoenix. DC., arrived last nighi. and are the sueMs of Mrs. Win. j Stafford. I Mrs. Sherlock and Miss Marjorie Sherlock are home today I from Halycon Hot Snrlngs. B.C., j where they have been spending a i cotiplc of weeks. The Ladies' Aid society of the i Christian church '.vill meet ut liiej for work ai .'.M p.m., Wednes- day. Ail the ladic.- are urged to at- j 'j tend. j I j The section of Wesley Indies' Aid 1 under -Mrs. Ball arc requested to meel j at her home tomorrow afternoon at j 2.30 p.m. sharp, autos ivil'l be waiting to convey the party to Mrs. j C. R. Daniels' homy. i The members of thc Daughters and Maids of .England are requested to be i 'in hand tomorrow evening at T o'-1 clock, in order that tile business may j be got through in time for the whist j drive at 8 o'clock. Members are re-1 quested to brin? n-t'reshmc-nts. A meeting of St. Cyprian's Junior! will be held on Wednesday ev- j ening next, at the Parish room, when a. series of slides in connection with tiie work of the organization will be shown to the members and Kirls of the Sunday school. Si. Cyprian's Junior will be pleased to welcome any members of the Junior branch of St. Augustin's W.A. SpegalFeatures "At The Bay" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Many Lines Of Merchandise Specially Priced For This Mid-Week Two Day Sale A YEAR'S RED CROSS WORK IN The great majority of Tickets for the dance to be held next Saturday evening in the mess Irosra of Uis Mounted Police Barracks, fn connection with the garden party that is being held in tr.fi afternoon, are i on sale at Jackson's dms store, and ,-.MAna U' 3- n- Higiubotham's drug store. As CANADA i ,he dulK.ing is limited, only 100 the Red; tickets will be 36UI. "They can bu ma- ftJ.OO is the regular price of these Men's Blucher Boots there's more than wortji of toot, com- fort and stvle awn'into the line of shoes mclud- ed at this price. 'Made of well selected box calf, smart new autumn last, blucher stylo M AQ all sizes; Wednesday Thursday. For Men who are thinking about mil-chasing; a Fal1 Men's Suits in tweeds and wor- s.eds smart designs, imported cloths Ah well rut and tailored, single breasted styles m o and three button models. Trousers not too raw with or without cuffs, lo C 1 9 QK 518.50. Wednesday and Thursday I pairs Women's Black Satin Pumps at only result of a special received- will astonish Wednesday and Thursday shoppers. Neat styte, hish grade iblaok Satin Pumps, sizes 3 to li. Regillarly priced at C -t fC Wednesday .and Thursday Strong Serviceable Shirts for the Boys' Wear Hoys' Shirts have to stand a lot of scuffing and I hone are madB (or that purpose. Dark colors, fine grade cloths. Neat designs, collar Jflft attached.... Special tWV Ladies' Flannelette Drawers ladies' White Flannelette Drawers, nicely made of good quality materials, large sizes. sularly priced at Wednesday and Thursday Curtain Scrims to dear at ISe These Curtain Scrims are SO inches wide pretty blue green or rose borders. Regular to 30c yard. Just 5 pieces on sale. Per Yard Handsome Portieres, values to on sale at Lovely Portieres, plain dark green figured Tapestry, cord finished. Also p-oen wltli Utpcstry hand effect, also red with figured border. Sold In the regular way to J15.00. Wed- ftQ QC nesda.y ami Thursday, pair Ladies' Honey Comb Shawls White, black and cream are the colorings In. tills bargain lot. of Ladles' Shawls. "Large sizes. Soft fleecy knit. Regular and Wednesday and Thursday A Clearance of. Makers' Seconds in Pure Linen Table Napkins Housekeepers are always on the lookout for our special Linen Sale. This is an unusual value. The Napkins are Some slight imperfec- tion in each, tout not noticeable. They represent good value at S3.00 a dozen. Wednesday" and Thursday, each Brass Rods Saeh Hods, extends 45 inches. Complete CW with hooks ww nrass Rods, Ball ends, extends 54 ins. 4 CM Complete with, hooks...................Iww Children's Rompers Made of strong Galatea in. sizes IS and 2ft. Good wearing quality and neatly made. Regular 75c and S5c.................. All Linen Ilnck Towels 2oc pair 20 dozen of these all linen Huok Towels, size 18x36. Hemmed with red .border. Good value at 40c pair. Extra special per -pair bVV Dolls! .....Hundreds'of them. This is a special line of "Imooltabout Dolls made in Canada. 9C Meed from 25c to 'C3 department, is engaged I IIC girau mujif i v __________ Canada have been cured only at the above places, i he in working organized sn'cc5 te teginning of the! entire proceeds are being used by u. out the problem of winter .war.--A cursory inspection o in conjunction with the quarternias-1 nual reports which arc tor-Ecneral's branch and the minister show a record of Red Cross achieve- himself Inient which is not confined to any The placing of i.roops in winter one section of the country but ex- quarters will.ho partial; guided also tends all over the provinces, by consideration of ........L and i. e last monthly report advantage to a Halifax branch records recent oi the momnzing, tu i-iainax nraucn reuoiui. ...cuum- or citi- in respect of having a rcgi-, trihntinn.s of ami addition to ein eS mcnt quartered in its midst being Une me'mh. vcrv considerable. and H life I.O.IXE. to buy diers. tobacco for the sol- of 71 active members mrmhers. During the Sty nun. I aim 11 me IIILHIHTII. In the wesi. Drandon, j shipments were made of near- Portage la Prairie, Ilcgina, Moose ]y Jaw, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton' and other large centres will provide winter quarters for thousands of the western troops. An idea of ihe expansion work in Montreal can he of the -.itnered "I took your Com- pound and have a fine, 1 strong baby. Mrs. JOHN MITCHELL, Hai- m, N. Y. "Lydia E. Pinkham'a 1 Vegetable Compound is a i wonderful medicine for I expectant, mothers." I Mm. A. M. MYBKS, Gor- donville, Mo. I highly recommend J Lydia E. Pinkham> Veg- 1 ctable Compound before i child-birth, it has done so I much for E. I M. DOERR, R. R. 1, Con- Pa. lham'l Vegetable Com- _ to build up my i "2. tsli'ystem and have tha dearest baby girl in the Iw.pr.ld." Mrs. Moss BUKELEY, Imperial, Ft.' "I praise the Com- pound whenever I have 1 chance. It did so much I for before my little ilgirl WM 113. W. SANDERS, jtarg, W. Vt. took Com- pound before baby wu Jborn and feel I owe mj I life to ITILI.H, iFforidii. Haven, from thc report of the surgical de- partment. -Last January the ship- ments were 15 cases each containing 450 dressings. Last month 137 were sent to the' Red Cross hospitals over After HorSe Ihiei The Victoria branch ill British Co- lumbia has collected over since its inauguration, ol which lias been sent to the head of- fices of the society in Toronto. In Jacob ujj Tak. av from othcl contributions into consid- He Rode 25 Miles Irvinc, Sept. a ride of over 250 miles, Corp. Clarke of the Irvine R.N.W.M.P, detachment along with Const succeeded m ____........ will be '.in Lethbridge on Wednesday, September 22. A recep- tion is being heid at the home of }Irs. -Morris, 622 Tenth street on Wednes- day afternoon, from 3.30 to 6 p.m. A special meeting will be held in the I.O.O..F. hall on Wednesday evening to officially meet the president. A musical programme is being provided. The. regular meeting of the Hebekah lodse will be held in the I.O.O.F. hall at S p.m., on Thursday evening. Arrangements are rapidly being completed for the entertainment of the delegates to the fourth annual ses- sion of the Grand Chapter of Alberta of the Order of the Eastern Star, which convenes in this city on Wed- nesday and Thursday, October 6 and 7. The local Chapter, on whom the responsibility for a successful Grand Chapter meeting largely rests, intend giving ft dance on the Wednesday ev- for which invitations wiil be Members of the Dominion Rebekah c. A naval de- r; 1.Hw v ________ nnnnmiri 01 ,.......ien struck so hut was- rounded off In" the .P..N.W. M.P. and off in. an easterly tii- rerlion a search he was arrested about- 40. miles north Tilaple Creek about 10 o'clock at night near his brother's having vis- ited several .other places on his jour- ney and, stolen different" articles. He brought Vfore H "NewIn J. P.. on Saturdav and remanded for eight clear days. -WAY HOME Moose Jaw, Sask., Sept. Duke of Corinaiight and.staff an-ivod here at 4.45'this afternoon; and stay- ed fifteen minutes, appearing on the platform and received, by Ma- jors Pickett and ivith other members of the local military staff. General Superintendent Taylor, C. P.R.. had joined the royal special train on his private car at Swift Cur- rent, ar.d accompanied thc party east. The visitors left for Raging at five. DR. SIPP' -DEAD Sept, George Bnlkley aged ,who was from J876 to organist and choirmas- ter of St. Piiul's Cathedral; this city, nnd one of the best-known' m'uaiciana in .Canadii.; was stricken wltlv.apop- lex> biturdav and expired in seven minutes. SIR WILFRID RECOVERING Oltawa On' Sept Sir Wilfrid laurier is i rei progress to as able to dea with a judge il dictalcif a number of- let- ters His strength U lotlirnhig of the operation fBlieoimj. and rficgvcry' is aasured, Be Good To Yourself keeping in physical trim and you will be the 'best friend to yourself and a pleas- ure to others. Most sicknesses A motor ride to Coa'idale, on Tuesday promises to be not fhc least pleasant experience of the sessions. On this occoslon the vis- itors will he entertained by the mem- bers of Coaldals .Chapter at the farm homo of Mrs. F, Norton. WINNIPEG GETS AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY Winnipeg, -Mttn.: Sept. peg's first automobile industry took me to owners, BittiJieaMX) begin in the on fonn ins organs, and for these aiLnents It ia to bo five stories and will cost J Ford assembly plant in (lie west jI( ruggtui, has been made necessary by tlie enor-1 south June 22. Rated oliron- mity of the snies in the Winnipeg omcters Bay of Mercury, Jnlv I to Explorer Bteiannsson an account ot his work in the far north tip to Au- sust 21 last. Stcfannsson states that he is now for the first time adequate- ly equipped and tells ot further et- ibrts he intends to make to ascertain the new land discovered by him last year. The report is as follows Herschell Island, August, 22, ua Nome, Alaska, September separating from support party April, 1914 proceeded north approximates on lifltli meridian beyond 73 degrees north latitude, thence by more east- erly course toward Cape Alfred. Forc- ed V adverse current to land Nor- way'island, landing June 2b, OSdais out from Alaska, took soundings, carried meters, no bottom, sounding from 40 miles oft mainland shore to 50 miles off islands. Ordered North Star to meet us at Noiwav Island, and waited there, putting up dry meat to take pUcc ol Uimican for.ilog feed. Following Lprin- ice conditions excellent so .1 started 'south to hunt lor North Star September 1, as slie was over- due September 11, found Mary bachs hauled out and winter house built ten mites southeast, Killett Could not relaunch on account .of lack of t m- ber, so forced to winter 200 miles south of limit we explored. U.l Kil- lotl for ice trip February 9 191o went northwest from Cape Alfred to nortli latitude degrees, -ID min- utes, then northeast on account o lateness of season open water and currents had delayed us. Currents! had become too strong. We carried back miles, landed southehd Patrick Island June 1, pro- ceeded north, finished mapping west coast Patrick Island June 18, dis- covered new land of considerable but unknown.size near nortli latitude 78, west longitude 117. Following coast south southeast by east ior tliree days Total demonstrable extent over 1.00 miles nearly straight line. Land parts rugged, game abundant. A Hurry! TOtT WANT THAT PABTICUX.AR.JQB OTJT "HIQHT WANT IT NICELY PRINTED AND-: YOU-WANT IT QUICK. IF YOU WOULD BB THOROUGHLY SATISFIED TAKE IT TO A PRINTING HOUSE THAT HAS A REPUTATION FOR PROMPTNESS AND GOOD WORK. WB THAT ANYTHING WORTH FpINg.AT.AJA IS WORTH DOING WELL. 'MORE' 'THAN BELIEVE IN DO- MO WORK' PROMPTLY AND "A LJTTLE BETTER .THAN SEEMS NECESSARY." Lethbridge Herald Printing Go. Ltd F. T. ROBINS, SUPT. You will have a Prompt Reipenie to your Ptiohe have become the moat popular remedy, because they are so safe, so certain, and prompt in their beneficial action. They tone the stomach, stim branch tcrritorv. which includes Man- itoba and a Dart of Saskatchewan, and where over 1500 cars have been sold during the past season. Since liar- IvestliiE started llmre lias beer, grent j difficulty in keeping m> with, orders, I which arc. however, being filled as rapidly as possible. The new t'orrt building will ready to open by March 1 next, and about :00 men .will be employed at. the start. xney rone me snxnacn, sum- the liver relate the :ft! western, provinces. system and purifying the blood they prove that they i be employed. Are Worth 3peci41 VAhM with cvvrT o_jj ZS MMto. a ase a still larger number of men will ometers nay oi v, tmu 20 crossed Banks Island diagonally with dog packs, reached home Aug- ust 8. No accidents or hardships on trip or at. home no illness. Polnr Hear, Captain Lane, arrived Kjllci. August U, reporting North Star, which I hart sent Wllkuis to fetch and two weeks overdue at Hail- lie Island, therefore chartered Polar Hear as only chance of attaining needed northerly hitse to get supplies for Herschell Island and land them farthest attainable north. Sa.t from Herschcll Islam! tomorrow adequate outfit. 1 have had southern party winter Point Cockburn. "Schooner Uaska, Captain Sween- ey wintered Baillie Island where En z'ineer Blue dn-d of scurvy Sweeney sick hut recovered Anderson went by sled from Baillie to Cockburn last fall, and later attempted to carry mail to Norman reports failed on account ot supplies giving out. Eskimo brought all mail from Baillie Island Should reach Ottawa November. No serious illness report- ed from Cockburn and worl progress ini; well for northern partv Hope for base 051 1'atnck Island and plan 1 further journey into Beaufort Sea, and exploration ot land already dis- covered and reported fl ill be sent back with Polar Bear from where she lands us. Cannot afford to delay .for writing; now. CASE OF THE BITER BIT Copenhagen, Sept. fishermen, who have arrived at Sta' anger, on the southwest const of state that off the Island of V sine, near (119 entrance to the Gulf Stavanger, a German b mistake tolpedoed another Ocrma submarine They believe the essol had been disguised to look !U a Hritisli submarine. The boat explo> ed and sank with its crew DIAMOND GIVEN AWAY ORPHEUM Saturday, Sept. 3d D ROSE ;