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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta U USD AY, S 1'EMBER SO, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHAtD THE LADIES' STORE WE SELL FOR CASH Thanksgiving Stocks in Great Variety And Equal to Every Demand Suiis. ('onIs, Skirts, .Dresses and Trimmed. Hnls in. Ihc scloci.ions ever shown by iJiis store, and in spile of sliMi'p advances in all mnionals. lower in price1 limn similar wear-1 lungs have been sold i'br tin ring previous MORE NEW GARMENTS JUST TO HAND THIS WEEK BY EXPRESS AWAIT YOUR SELECTION HERE TOMORROW. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY FOR IT. The Greatest Variety of Outer Garments in Southern Alberta Cliaraderized by excliisivcness oi' (lioroughm-ss of tailor work, perfection of (it and extreme iiiodera- (ion in price. SUITS, CHEVIOTS AND SERGES. HANDSOME COATS, EVERY IMAGINABLE 517.50 i" S37.5Q PAG TELEPHONE and semi-military effects. Colors navy, and fancy mixture's us refnilnr and largo and small sizes. BLANKET CLOTH Ml fties pood weight; of reil. Sale BEAM EIDERDOWN pes wide, nice fine quality coats. 4 llTE BEAR CLOTH Dies wide, washable Spec- Bice J.KIMONA CLOTH ISxi. heavy, reversible, vclour, Ed dark colors. "9C_ Salnlice VIYELLA FLANNEL 65c For Children's Wear. Absolutely unshrinkable, all liEliL and dark colors. TRIMMED HATS S5.QO to Latest American models beautifully trimmed, all smart shapes, just one of a kind. STYLE. SI2.50 to Niggerheads, Friezes, Plushes and Veivels in most attractive and serviceable garments. All wonderful value at the mou'uy. Special assort- montB oC very small and very large women's sixes. FINEST BROADCLOTH Excellent quality, Russian green and Copenhagen blue, ins. wide. Special 9C.CO LARGE FLAN'ETTE BLANKETS White and grey, size (iOxTii ex- Ira good qualitv. "7f Special ..............91.13 -J C IOC WHITE FLANNELETTE Heavy weighl. ;w inches very fine and splendid to wear. Special value ____ CANTON FLANNEL White or nnbleacliGd. i'7 to inches wide, strong and C splendid weight. Special I OC 31 jut. police have further rcstrict- of London at night, order becomes effective virtually all that rc- dUeclly visible lights in !ilan circuit disap- Heccssary lights along the must be so completely to prevent any reflection lace. .Lights on vehicles rther dimmed. Any ilium- advertising purposes is rohibited and the lighting stations and tracks must to the minimum of safe- MAJOR MORFITT TO INSPECT HOME GUARD Major Morfitt. who is re- cruiting Tor the S2nd Regiment In the city this week, will in- spect the Home Guard at then drill on Friday evening. Manitoba Was Sept. op- Ll Mllcroy, one of the govern- ,v VIVT101'8 on I'10 Parllamon Uinii who testiflei Ihe hearing of the (isteiji U'Way was that not mon I feet of lumber and forli CDS of iron had been uset s! ruction of caissons. 1 islpm, he said, lo uso lum fried caissons and the rings reled them more than once Kelly- Sons claimed to feet of lumber tons ot iron in this work, oes-eitanilnatlon, -Mr! Vllle- hat bis figures were mere- a, ami that he had'no ex-- PEOPLE GETTING DOWN TO SOLU BUSINESS, SAYS WEST- ERN MANUFACTURER F. Hatchings, of Winnipeg, pre- Mr, anil Mrs. K. A; llolhrook have relumed from Lubin, (Int. j The ladies of Wesley church will j give their usual Thanksgiving supper (in Wesley hall on Thanksgiving night. Mrs. Stone, of Rapid City, .Man., is the guest of .Mrs. .J. 11. Murray, Sixth avenue. Mrs. 11. K. Birth and daughter, Ht'atrico, of LsthbridKc, arir with Mr. and Mrs. li. Adams, all Loco, 11. Mrs. A. .Jackson entertained last evening informally for Miss Hulchin- son, who is leaving next month for Stratford, Out. Miss Conybcare has been ac- cepted at Westminster hospital, Lon- don, where she will take a three months' military training. Mr. Mrs. Lewis Kclger, Miss Lois and Mr. Haines Felgcr have re- turned from spending a days in Cai- Eary. Tbr Onward Uibie class of St. An- drew's church, met List night and the following ofliccrs were President, I'. Hartley Mr. Lackie scc.-treas., Mrs. U.i Km'Mi organist, Mrs. Hryan teach- cr, Hev. A. 0. llryan assistant teacher, Chas. Mclntosh convener of committees, prayer meeting, Mr. Mc- lntosh look-out, (Sec. Goldie so- cial, Mrs. Forbes visiting, Mrs. Geo. Goldie. The Ladies' Aid_ oi Wesley church held an important business meeting last night, and the most important j item was the discussion in connec-; tion with the Thanksgiving supper that they are preparing for Thanks- giving evening. Committees were ap- pointed to prepare Ihe program, the supper and decorations. The church wi.l. be decorated for the Thanksgiv- ing services on Sunday, and the sup- per on Monday evening. The Mathcsis Club held its first general meeting for the fall of 1815 yesterday in the Y.JI.C.A. auditor.-'! imn at 'A p.m., with thirty-one incm-j hers in attendance. In response to the roll call, "Summer i each member gave a short, bright! sketch of how- she spent her summer. members elected were Mes- tlames McArthur, Shouldice, Fisher, Stafford, Scott, Bo.vd, 'Kress, Cban- dler and Misses Ivcs and Nimmons. The year books were distributed and a most attractive course oi study presents itself: Art Department, suhiect, English Artists. _ Literature Department, subject, the Bible as Literature: Music Department, subject, the Or- sident of the Great West Saddlery i ehestra .and its music. Co., and one of the host known men Dramatic Art Department, subject, n Western Canada, is a visitor to u. the city today; accompanied by K. History Departmeat, subject, bng- Gotland and Wales. K. J. Hatchings, of Calgarv, vice-presi- 11? V View Course. th London. Sept. 30. Th Post's Berne corresponden Cireat West Saddlery rtmeni sub- They arc looking after private Topjra oTthe'nay. A short musical program consist- In by Mrs. John H. _ __j] so'Io Ltin- dy with Miss Stoltz as accompanist, The Great West Saddlerv has he large wa.r contracts of a it says, be saddlery, and harness goods, for the ii oj i..i.. i. ___i Ti.._ lH IHISS i tJj'viivii.inj ad) Iti: t UIKI Iltlllicss fJUUllS, IDE IJ1C le.irns from. Munich that T. St. John' Drench, British and Russian govern- Craffney, American consul-general in I ments. The companv is now figurine! V ,Ul1; artcrnoon, and a Munich after conferring "with Sir on i-ui.tracts which will be I hour was RoSer Casement, has decided to re- awarded shortly bv the Italian cov-1 're.s''mEnti; served, Mrs. Fair-1 sign his position and go or, a lecture eminent and other foreign countries.! tca aP" i tour 01 the United States on behalf! The company furnished great nuanti- Thle f" of Germanv. j tics of all kinds a' leather mlllrarr r rl os aaslstlll8 Mrs- The American government has re- trappings to the alliedlovcrnmeS, quested the resignation of Gaffnov, a good deal of which was turned out s v ii n i'V R' owing to his aijeged partisan uttor-1 the .factory in Cakarv Mr S'S k Johnston auces in connection with i HutchinLJs fhat lvns- u- Lionalu. hich Thom A P GETS PEN Sept. H. lefaultlng secretary of the f'lnrian church. Edmonton, :ed yesterday to two years entiary at hard labor. He al. thousands of dollars uroli funds. itoon Presbytery it was tj local men could phone lo the government get drunk. auccs in connection with, the iva MR. ROCKEFELLER DANCES WITH MINERS' WIVES i Hutchings states" that altogether Can- J ada has turned out in the last; year 1 U'alsenbnrgr, Colo., Sept. mining camp of Cameron, near here was astir early today to bid farewell to John n. liockefeller.juu., their overnight guest. Mr. Rockefeller planned, to proceed northward on his lour of inspection ot the properties of the Colorado Fuel Iron Co. The little sohoolhoilse at Cameron last night ivas the scene of a typical I or so, about worth'- of! goods for foreign countries. .'J'no marriage solemnized at Conditions Improving JIanse on iSatnrday evening, Conditions generally arc greatly i 18th, oi Mr. Reid Mere- improving throughout "the west to Miss Campbell, by the! .Mr. Hntchings. Already the benefits I _e_v- Denoon. The contracting i crops of the three is beginning to be me .says Mr. ---------igs. of the splendid prairie: provinces felt. "There is "and that is that you do not hear so much subdivision and corner lot talk as a few years ago. Everybody is talking of paying dents, and getting down to solid b generaf spirit the centre Ively interest. After an eritertai ment by local.tlieatrioL talent stage n. honor of their guest, Mr. Rockefe er suggested a dance. The chair quickly disappeared from the roon .Mr. Rockefeller and others of hi >arly danced with wives and dntigl ers of coal miners. After the dance, Mr. Rocliefelle vas taken to the home of Chai'ie superintendent of the mine or the night. Hon. W. b. Mnckenz! ving, former Canadian Minister o abor, another member of the party given a spare room in the hom'i f a miner. MEDIUM PRICED BAKING THAT DOES NOT CON- 1N6RED'ENTS iGlLLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. MONTREAL parties are both known in Ihc city, where they will reside. JUMBLE SALE, EH WHAT? Mr. Hutchings sueaks enthusiastic- ally of the great crops in southern Alberta. Today he inspected the crops in the Letlibridgc district and was amazed at their extent! Mr. Hutchings, who has hcen chair- man of the Winnipeg city sinking fund board for 25 years, states that Win- nipeg city was never in better condi- tion financially. All sinking fund in vestments have been g'" Ihc fund- is paying a re.......v 000 a year more than it is ex'pectei to pay. The Messrs. Hutchiugs are private y interested- in the Alherta Saddlen '0., of Letbbfidge, of which Mr. Oaf- son, of Calgary, has nanagemeut. assumed the The Champion Beet Can yon beat this beet'.' asked the lerald Tuesday, when K. .1. Paunch the editor out to view a beet rom bis garden weighing d pounds 2 ounces. The editor is now fully onvinced that it can be beat. Mrs', latthew Logan, of Staffordvillc, imc into the sanctum this after- oon, and solemnly planted down on he editor's desk a beet that not ily beat Ihe other beet, but beat it vice with some to spare. The hew beet beats all beets ever shown. It weighs exactly. pounds. Sirs. Lo- gan could not rest till she beat it, all the way over from Staffordville I with her hwt. Mr. Paunch to I believexit, but heat a hasty retreat when lie ricivcd -new beet. It is the intention of Ihc TCed Cross Society to hold an Auction Jumble Sale on Saturday, October 10th, next.-The sale will be in the hands of Jit. Frank Waddington, who lias offered his services as auctioneer Similar sales have been held in all parts of the Old Country, and have met with unqualified success, splendid method: of IJcd Cross Fund. raising money is extremely popular, for tile reason'that air citizers, What- ever their circumstances, are enabled to give something towards the. suc- cess oi the sale. No article, however small the value, will be refused, and needless lo say, there will be no lim- it lo the value or quantity of the goods one person may send in The sale will, be held on Saturday afternoon, and a feature' will be the wielding of the hammer for five min- utfs at a time by well known ladies and gentlemen. It is earnestly hoped that every householder in town will contribute some article towards (he sale. TWO BRITISH GENERALS KILLED London, Sept. casualties In the recent offen- sive action on tile western front, included Licut.-Generftls Sir Thompson Capper arid Mnjor-Oeneral G. 11. Theslger, .botli kllied. A List of Tremendous which are Hard to Equal-- arc idling lodny of now goods al oxiTcinoly low pncl mid. as of dt'.'iraiiiT lois, rcpriccd lo-hiine; them disjiosJ Vonll lind gcMioroiis economics in every deparliueiU. Early Showing of Fine Furs Lovely Furs iij-e on display ;in our Keady-lo-Wear Section. The new slylcs are dislinelivo. and prices are ihe lowest thai, have been quoted for seasons. Hudson's Bnv "Qualify" guarantee behind every fur gar- ment. A waiting your inspection in Heady- Section. Values in Ladies' Corsets marked a( Oorsels of (rood duality coutii. low bust. lona skirt, lour supports, known D. ami A. make. pairs only lo so on salo. An opportunity Tor women to select coran models at.... I .4U SANDERSON'S MOUNTAIN DEW Per Settle CALGARY BEER ft ft Pints, per DREWRY'S STOUT Quarts, per dozen BEER, case quarts LETKBR1DGE BEER, caae pint Your End Grocer j PROVISIONS Swift's per Ib 25c llama, per Ib. 20c Lard. 8 Ib. pail ,45c Eggs, per dozen 30c Butter. 3 Ibs. for '...9fic Klcp, 4% libs, for 25c Beaus. 3 H Ibs. for 25c Rolled Oats, S Ib. sack ___ 35c Jelly Powders, 4 for 2Bc Black Currant Jelly 20c Robertson's Pineapple Marmalade ___ Needs EXTRA SPECIAL 20 pound sack Mn B. 0. Sugar. 9 1 SPECIAL Seal of Quality Flour. 49 pound sack >fl At% for FRESH FRUITS Peaches, per case aoc Plums, per case 75c Crab Apples. 4 Ibs for ___ 25c Snow Apples, extra. 4 lhs..26c Cooking Apples, 5 Ibs for. .25c Oranges, per dozen Sunlight Soap. 23 for Lux, ti foi 25c Panslune, 3 foi 25c Rex Soap, S for :...25c Welcome Borax Soap Poflrtej 25C R. C. Soap, per ___ 65c Ronmn 'Sieal, 'per packet ,26c Blue Label Catsup 28c St. Charles Milk 10c Corn Starch, 3 for 25c Salt. 4 tags tic Herring. .JJ- for consider our 50 cent grade oE Coffee tlie best in the city. Cheaper grades as -Syrup, 2 Ibs 5 pounds ;'35c 30 pounds 65c Your Attention is Particularly Called to these Dry Goods Items FLANNELETTE BLANKETS fine' nluk or blue bord- Yi'-4. CSiSB; Per' n'a'ir 1Z-4, 73i90; Per pair Grey. 13-4, 73x90-. Per pair BED COMFORTERS, filled wltb lamanaled cotton, soft as down, 12 only, floral deslsns; 72x72, Friday and----- Saturday TURKISH BATH TOWELS; All 7 dozen altogether; size 25x50: Per pair.-. DWELS; ogetlicr; 75c 50c HUCK TOWELS: all linen, full bleached, .hemmed or heni- ,stitched, regular 75c; Size 22x42: per pair CREAM and RED STRIPED BATH TOWELS, heavy 19x45. It) on sale fttjj at per pair OOC CREAM 4nd WHITE BATH' TOWELS With red stripe, extra lafKe, 23x52. 10 dozen on sale at per pair D9C 6 dozen .RED BROWN BATH TOWSLS, extra Heavy .size 24x52; AIB; Per ;palr TURKISH BATH TOWELS; pure linen, 'dark brown, very heavy, size 24xaO; C 4 AA Per pair 91.UU EIDERDOW1N QUILTS, 12 only, (Jx5Ms ft- mitred borders, conventional and flora! designs pretty- materiar is higlih' 9vi I 9 CANDY SPECIALS Paulin Chambers Brown Mix- ed Candv new lot just opened up, per pound IUC Lownej s nitter Swtet Deco late Creams; Cream Chocolate. Juniors, 'Chocolate Covered Clierrlea Soldier But 4 totH In packets I UC s Crflst Chocolate Creams; (b BOci 1 iicund ;