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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGB A Week-End Sale With Unusual Economies The season's latest models at prices that are bound to tell Smart Curl Cloth and Tweed Fabrics, some with Balinacaan .ef- fect. Shades to please the most fastidious. These different shades fully worth the original marked price. Friday and Saturday for and A line of Tweed Suits, splendid Winter Suits, in Grey, Green and Brown. Suits for 500 Pairs Women's Cashmere Hose .Friday and .Fust black seamless Hose, Sterling bfand, of fine .wear- ing quality, usually sold at 35c a pair. en's Cashmere Sox 35c Sox, 4. Pair'for Men's fast black Cashmere Sox, Sterling brand'quality, an exceptional bargain at 35c a pair. Fall Coatings NAVY OR GREY BLAN- KET CLOTHS values J 35 Yard: 54 ins Coatings, pure wool, a splendid grade of imported: goods.' Children's Wool Dress Fabrics we Quality 75G a Yard Small check patterns; navy, brown, blue and pur- pie, 44 In. width, adapted for 'children's wear Honeycomb Towels 20c Towels, 2 Pair for White Tp'wels with red .border and fringe, a face and hand towel of'splendid value. Size 40x22. Guest Towels A PAIR TOWELS Friday and Saturday g0g Pair Damask Huck Towels, monogram cen- tre, 22x14, pure h'uen. Ladies'Shoes ASSORTED, HIGH OR LOW SHOES Values for S2J5 All; the broken sizes from several lines placed ou Use- tables.to clear at Men's gun metal Shoes Shoes for S A good quality Business Shoe, cut, only 2 dozen pair in this lot. lucher Men's Fleece Underwear 60c Under Garments 35 C Two odd lines, Men's Fleece under- wear, .broken sizes, the best grade of fleece underwear procurable at 60c a gar- ment. Men's Belts s A FINAL CLEARANCE 65c and 75c Belts, 35 Assorted leathers, with ordinary buckle and patent snaps. McColl Fashions TheBentleyCo.Ltd. Magazines AS THE WAR STOOD THIS MORNING Again the., status of tile warfare on the long line in France remains unchanged, according to the-.official report of the French War Otilce. The battle has developed into a war pf.aa- eanlt, 'with 'the'Allies' in tho role of attackers against the strongly en- trenched positions of the Germans, with largo-and email'artillery pieces and hedged ab- out .with barbed, wire entanglements The French leiiort says that in these circumstances progress of necessity, rhiisf be glow. In-the eastern war zone the Bus- Elans report thai they are still pursu- ing 'the .retreating Austrlans in GaJ- Icla, while on the German front the German-arid Russian armies are in Close contact No engagement has oc- curred Hefe'as yet, however. _ A d'enstch says aho Servians from the AuS- mfi'd that in the fighting tho A news agency fliapatch. is authority for the statement ahat.the GettnanB have entrenched, and mined, tho ap- proaches, to ErusBels, anil are also fortifying tiie region around Athj north west of Mons, with the purpose of preventing the" Belgians falling'.pa .the Germans should' the latter be forced to retreat from France, NOTABLE GERMANS WOUNDED Monte de Varan, via Bordeaux, Sept the German wounded who have'arrlye4 here are Lieut.1 George Von 4Biefaensuing nephew of the late Raroa Marfichml.A''on Bleberstsin, once German Ambaleader to Great: Britain, and Lieut.itVon Jagow, a son of the German foreign. miriiBter, OottHeb Von INTERNATIONAL' SCRAP 3ept, Serv- ian Is dead nnd'an Ayatrlan Heg in a Ecrloui vOiidiLJuti at cne General hos- pital aa the result of a shooting'affair some distance 'abiith of" Otterburno, between 11 and 12 o'clock tut night. t O VILLA BREAKS .OUT. El Paso, Sept. Prancisco dominant leader-In northern. .Mexico' tonight denounced the central government, headed by Venugtiano andr announced bis iudependciiee, m a statement sect to the Associated Press. This plac- ed the state of Chihuahua in open, re- volt against the party In' power at Mexico City, aa well as Sbnora, the next border state to the whore previously :has proclaimed his independence of the Constitutionalist party, as represented by Carranza. Villa's statement asserted. that be- sides Chihuahua and Sonorc, cas and a part of native state, had joined the uprising. ELECTIONS NOT CONTESTED London, Sept falter ciman were returned.unopposed to- day for Hartlepool and Boltoar Dr. J. B. Lovertes has recovered from bin recent oueratlo ut tho Gait hospital, under Dr. Ga Campbell uiul Church, to rt sume his practice. "Mr. and Mrs. G-. C. Wanlesa of Ed monton, formerly of Uila city, are re Jolcing over the birth of a dauijhte on Septorabar 21. Mrs. .T. B. Richardson has move from 02S Twelfth struct South to 41 Twelfth street A South. Dr. Church has left tlio city to pnic tico In the state of Washington. Mrs Church is at present in Boston nurs ing her little daughter, who has bee quito ill. They will later join the doc- tor. Mr. Will Kaley leaves on Saturda for Toronto, to enter on his last yea at the 'Varsity in civil engineering. k Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Naisriiith who spent a few days with Mr. Mrs. P. L. Naismith on their way from Seattle, have gone on to their home in Shaunavon, Albertan Mrs'. Clarke Dennis is staying with Mrs. Bulyea, of Government House during Mrs. Sifton's stay In Calgary, The Misses J., and M. Cameron are spending a vacation at Banff. Mrs. Wcstcott has gone as a dele- gate from the Willard W. C. T. U to the convention of .temperance workers. In regard to the knitting, which the ladies of Letbbrldge are so kindly do ing for the men at the trout, here is some additional information. The lielmet or cap, 'which proved .very satisfactory, is made simply thus; Helmet or on 96 stitches loosely, knit 6 inches; now put 24 of .hes'e stitches oh a thread or safety pin, and knit the remainder for 5% nclres; mark oft' 18 at each end; knl the row to aud fro; knitting in the las stitch of each rowjTvith one of the 18 stitches till all are used up. Pick up 30 stitches at the fide, knit off the 2- stitches, on the, thjjead or safety pin knit back, -pick-up 30 stitches on tho oilier side, leaving G inches below; knit inches, the last inch on coarse steel needles, and cast off loosely; sew up the side. The'wristlets should be. started 60 stitches cast inches In length.' Cholera bands ars also needed. Those knitting are kindly asked to try to finish the apticles by Novembei 1, as they should be sent on that date to be of any use for the winter. Any who wish. to do sewing shirts, bed socks, '.fete., can. get pat terns "by calling W. Robin son's on Saturday 'hrorning. Any who -have sewing or knitting to send to the Red Cross 'or direct to the front, can do so through the Daugh tiers of the Empire, of which Mrs. Rob inson is president. A central local organ ivili be estab- lished liere by the-first Tuesday October, and until then: the I.O.D.B will apt in that capacity. Word cams from Toronto from H Lucas- -'Parkes, the 'National secre tary, that after September 1, the Gen tral committee of the Canadian., has pital ship fund, composed of represent atives the principal women's or- ganizations in Canada "would continue io work 35 the -Women's Central Com- mittee of Patriotic Service, with the lied Cross, and other relief societies LS a, bureau of Information. The local be formed first Tuesday In Octobe'r .will -be ia close touch with this central commit- tee. A quiet wedding Was, solemnized in Medicine Hat on Saturday night by the Rev.-Mr. Morrow, when, Miss Bass, formerly of this city, -became the bride of Mr. Jack Eddy of Mr. and Mrs. Eddy are staying at the new King's Hotel, North-Lethbridge. Clubs and Societies Tho Women's Auxiliary of St. Aug- ustia's are working .hard at relief work, and are holding a musical and social evening on Monday, September 28, in St, Augustln's hall, hoping to re- ceive a little money foivthis'work. A short programme will be given and ight refreshments served. collec- ion will be taken .at the-door. It la hoped there wi'il be.a .good turnout, not only of the congregation, but of all ntereated in the cause. The Flower Girilfl -will-visit the Gait hospital as usual at three o'clock to- morrow afternoon, when garden blos- oms will be gratefully accepted.1 The members of the Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., are.klndly asked to smember the special meeting in the M. C. A, at 4 o'clock, tomorrow. Wesley Ladies' AW held a splendid meeting yesterday, and decided to hold national dinner -on Thanksgiving Day, October 12. The nations repre- ented will be Canadian, English, rlsli, Scotch and American Bitty entu will 'be charged, and there-.-Tvill o a good programme after dinner. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian hiireh, which met at the.home of Mrs. M. Huff yesterday nura- MANY SPLENDID VALUES THAT WILL ADD ZEST TO FRIDAY SHOPPING HERE MEN'S TWEED PANTS IN ALT, HANDSOME DAJtK DESIGNS, RE- ft QQ GULAR UP TO I MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, ZEPHYRS, CAMBRICS, PRINTS, DRESSED CUFFS, ALL SIZES, RUG. 51.00...... BOYS' SUITS, THE NEW FALL STYLES. NORFOLK AND HUGBY STYLE gjQ REGULAR1 HEAVY RIBBED HALF HOSE FOR MEN, BLACK AND HEATHER MIX- ff 4 fan REGULAR ?2.50'.................V MEN'S TAN BLUCHER AND BUTTON BOOTS, GREAT 'RANGE STYLES ff A CO ALL SIZES, 56.60 MEN'S AMERfOAN ELK BOOTS IN BLACK AND TAN, IDEAL OUT-OF-DOOR BOOT, REGULAR1 ?4.00 LADIES' .WAISTS, THE BALANCE OF OUK ENTIRE STOCK OF WASH WAISTS, ALL NEW STYLES IN LAWN, VOILE AND VEST- ING, HIGH OK LOW COLLARS, OR LONG SLEEVES, UP TO 52.00.. HOUSE DRESSES FOR MISSES SHALL WOMEN. MADE OF GINGHAM, PRINT AND DUCK; COLORS SKY, TAN AND NAVY, PLAIN AND REG-TJIAR "Quality First" Groceries 20 per cent. On Tnese Corsets Hudson's Bay "Seal of Quality" Flour Baking Powder go hand In hand. Just as "Seal of Quality" en a bag of flour represents the highest grade of flour produced, so does the name "Ejggo" on a package of Baking Powder represent the best Bak- ing Powder possible to procure. Vou will get the same good results with "Eggo" that you have had In the past with "Seal of Quality" Flour. Our prices on Flour this week end are as follows: 93-lb sack 49-lb sack 24-lb sack 95e With every sack of Flour we will 6-ounce; can of "Eggo" FREE. Pels Naptha Soap, 10 bars.. Mick No Rub Laundry Tablet.jl AeBorted Jelly Powders, 4 for Swift's Back Bacon, by taking, .piece Per po.und fciVw Equal Egg, small tin; equal to doz, eggs..... Large tin equal to 6 doz. eggs vwv Hyssop Crab Apples C1rCC Box.......9 I .00 Fancy Crab Ap- ples, 5 Tbs for Great variety of Apples- all selling CC at, per case 3 las 40c Hudson Bay Tea ........9.1 .SWTH EVERY ?2.00 ORDER OP GROCERIES YOU CAN GET A 20-lb SACK OF a a SUGAR FOR............... To introduce our selected and extensive line of- Front Lace Corseti we are offering 20% discount this weak end. Styles to suit every figure. Made of fin? Coutil with eiastlc inserts in skirt Priced from to 20% off this week end. A special (ins of Heavy Fancy wide, i reg. lines, yard 4M 22" Velvets in all the leading shades. Copcn., brown, purple, green, scarlet, navy and crimson, 50c values Special values 'In White and striped regular 1Bc. See 'these' fables lOc 12fc 15c "The Lily" Kid Glove, tan and brown, made from superior lea- ther, all ladies' sizes. Per pair Ladies' perfect fitting Vests and D rawera, a 11 sizes, regular values 50o Tapestry .Stair Carpet, .inches wide Regular Tapestry Rugs Door .Fringe Ends, on sale at Tables At lOc 15 25 50 Axmingter Mats, 4 designs. worth Pries Tungsten Lamps 26 Watt 40 Watt 60 Witt 30c 4Oc 50c Paris, Sept. Flench ofli- _ial'communication issued last night, aftsr announcing that there had been no change in the situation on the lattlefront, since the issuance ot tie irevious communication, makee some oinmenta on the battle at the Aisne. The'text of the announcement'is as pllows "There has been no change in the situation since the last communica- ion. "The battle which was in progress .long the Aisne has extended over ight days, hut it should cause no urprise it one recalls the RussorJap- nese war. :The ofj the Marne was nn ction undertaken in the open field, rhich began with a general resump- ered and tha time was pless- spent In sewing and preparing the -bazaar, which is to be-heldlat- r in the season. Westminster Bpworth league held a ioidedly Interesting meeting on Mon- ay evening, when the subject "The rar In Europe'! was dealt with. Four apere were read on Germany, Ilussia, olglu'm and Prance, by Mr Bruce, Oliver, Miss Matson and Mrs J Francis. Her. J." B Pranols gave n address on: the. causes of the war, it'n map illuttrattons. A lolo by Mr. liver and.an instrumental by Mr. 0. ay were thoroughly enjoyed. The alter was BO very Interesting that he same subject wlH: be -continued est Monday evening. The social gathering ot the Junior iris' .Bible, Class of St. Cjprian's -which wot tq have been held night, has b'csn jponed until next ftion of the oEcnsiye-by the French army against the enemy, who did no1 exoect it, and had not had time ser- iously to organize defensive position.l: "The same cannot be :pf the cattle of the Aiane, "where_ tjw ad- versary, who was retreating, stoppec and took positions ihe na- ture of the ground, are %ery substan- tial in themselves in, many, places and which he has been able, gradual- ly to improve as to organization This battie_ of the therefore presents, on a'large part of its front, character'of -w-ar-'hy assault Similar to the operations .in Man- churia 'It might be added'that the excep- tional power of. the. artillery .facing each other, 'the Tieavy German ar tery against the -French 7.5 'centi- metro a particular-val- ue to the tempotaiy fortifications which the .two adversaries have.drawn up. "The task is- therefore to take whole-rows of each one protested by very close defences, particuJaxl> rows of barbed, wire with initraleuses in concealed posi- tions. PROGRESS MUST1 "In these circuniitahces progress of necessity must bo slow. It, often hap- pens that the progress of the attacks only amounts to from 500 rdetres to one kilometre a ANOTHER STORY A Canadian.citizen, horn In.'Ger- many, was talking with another adian of British descent, and spokn ad- miringly; of way" the standing up against the world in the present -war. "They are great sol- he me agk you some- Bald the'other. "Suppoae that Germany -should, win in this wary should get command of the see, and aud.make of Canada a ;German Let me ask you, would yow liko to see "No, no, no1" esclalmed the Canadian of Ger- man blrih, eipoBtulatlng wiib hands, "pot for me! I Qermnny to get ay from nil that I" FEELS LIKE A HEW WOMAN; A. Lydia E. Finkhun's table Compound DwpeDed Backache, Headachet and Dizziness. "I would be grateful if I foiled to Lrdim E. Finkham'i ble Cotnpoont pnistititmnt, for I hive taken it ct different and it re- lieved when other felled, and when I hear t tern- plain I ree- ommenditLBfttwul-' ter I wa. attacked a wren caae of organic weakneaa. I hid backache, paiiu in my over mj kidneyl, headache, laultode, had energj, limbi ached and Iwaa alwajn tired. I wei hardly. able to my oamewnk. I hid taken Lydia E. Vegetable Com- nnd on one other occasion, and It bad >ed me M I took it agam and fc has' built nw up, until now I feel like a Bew woman. Ton haw my hearty content to use my name and testimonial fa) any way and I hope it will benefit Mffarfc; women. Mra. OlTHa, Wayne St, Piqaa, Ohio, Womes who are foffwtaf from distrenrac peculiar to their aex ihouWnotOOTbttheaHHtyof LjnllaE. Finkham'i VefetabU Compound to If Eton their health. If yon want special write to K. PIokbOB Med- icine Co, (confidential) nod Muwcmd br h4M IB Mriet j ;