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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta bAY, AWilTST 5, 1915 THE ..ETHIHUnGE DAILY HERA I P_ PAGE FIVE Letters From Local Soldier Boys BAITLEOFYPRES 08. Smith of the i'nh Battalion, ethbrldgo man, tolls of boiiiK Igh the second battle of Yprcs, loiter he writes lo C. C. Me- rcery of the Ucthhridse Hotel, imie" says; havo experienced Sao values I OV 1 1-2 Yard Ends Brussels Carpet Ends of heavy English Brussels Carpet, suit- able for small rugs, one pattern only. 61 IK I I w Faiwn, oriental Worth 52.25 lies. N. Is a guest of -Mr. and Alexandra Smith, 8th_Sl. S. Mrs. Dr. Human of Jlagralh, loft last week ior the Pacific coast, where she will enjoy a few months' visit: is hopcil that there will he big crowd at the Impress theatre t morrow night, when the proceeds will be given to the Daughters oi the Empire. Gowned in a beautiful while char-! rneuse, bridal veil anil carrying aj lovely bouquet of American beauty i roses', bride looked most chann- inE Miss Helta Kirkham was brides-! maid and Sir. Elmer Spackman sup- ported the groom. Mr. N'eal gave his daughter away, and the bride's dain- j ly little sister, Thco, very gracefully prescnlrd the ring. i POLICE COURT TODAY had the appearance of a ivy docket at the Police Court this filing .was very briefly run through Police. Magistrate RIton. The case jlnst A. L" Folet, erstwhile mana- of the Orphenm theatre, who is inscd of attempting to steal a type- ;ter, the property of the Alberta in Investment Co., was remand- until tomorrow morning, in ortler allow the counsel for the accused arrange for witnesses. Carl Carl- om a Swede, n-ho acted rambono- aaly at the Depot Cafe the other lit, and attempted to initiate Char- iLoo in the principles of the pugil- o art, pleaded hut' claimed t he was drunk and not responsir for his actions. When asked by Magislrpfe what he had done, he in broken accent: "Well, we had ne kind ot chawing rags, hut I was drunk, and do not remember did to htm." He was ordered a fine of J10.00 and costs, or 30-days in jail. He paid the Charles Roske, charged with a'ling garden produce, whose sent- ce was held over from yesterday. a given the option of a fine of 30 days in Jail. He took time. Mrs. Kiizell and Mrs. R. S. Smith arc Riving a ten Saturday afternoon Report lor the hospital the month of July, 1915 i of patients in hospital ttai.ntuay aueuiouii j beginning of month and evening at Mrs. Smith's resi-1 Admittances during month dence, 004 Sth St., in aid of the I. I Transients admitted during tho 0. D.' E. and Red Cross work. The! month public arc cordially invited to at-! tend; tncre will' be a silver collec- tion Xiimher of patients for Axminster Rugs, 'Values, The .size is inches. The values are regular ?7.SO. The quality is heavy axminster. The designs are florals and orientals. The sale price is............. 15c Flannelettes lOc Tillll yards of this White Flannelette to go sale, i'.o inch width, heavy make, free from dressing; regularise. Per yard... Candy Treat. lOc round vorth -flc JOc cCormick's Brown per pound. Pure and Special per pound Mlrad Candy, Towels -We Pair Full bleached pure Linen Towels, size 20i40, hemstitched. Regular price Toe pair. Week-End, per pair ze x, 40c Harvesters' Blankets 30 pairs of these Harvesters' Blankets; size Dark gray with fancy border. Regular SS.25. Per pair Grocery List for the Thrifty Week-End Shopper Phone 313 EXTRA SPECIAL 3 pound pail of Lard for fi pound pail of l.ard for LO pound pail o Lard for 20c 45c Robertson's Jelly .Mar- malade (1 pound) Robertson's Bramble Jelly 12 pounds I .lams: Raspberry and Apple; Strawborry and Apple; Peach and Apple; Plum and Apple-. 4 pounds for Libby's Pineapple (sliced) 2 for Large can Tomatoes; 3 for Peas, Corn or Beans per Red Salmon, 1 Ib. size; 2 Red Salmon; Va Ib size; 2 for New Potatoes 14 pounds for pounds for 2 for Sunlight Soaip 11 bars for PICNIC SPECIALS Dressed Crab Per iiu King Oscar Sardines Per lin C. B. Piokles Per tottle O. K. Sauce Per Bottle H. P. Sauce Per Bottle Cucumbers Price each Home Grown Tomatoes Per pound New Apples 3 pounds for Apricots Per Basket Bananas Per dozen Blue Plums Per basket 35c 35c ;10c 35c 25c 25c 25c 43c 50c s 20c 15c 35c 25c 25c 10c 20c 25c 40c 25c 55c EXTRA 20 pound sack of (t 4 Sugar for ......9 LAMPS 30 Watt. .3 40 Watt. fiO Wait. 'S BAY CO. Canadian Beauty Electric Irons and Toasters Studies Municipal Ownership in West Jlr. and Mrs. William Frank during month ot Deaths during month 'ilisrliargcil -.irnriw nnrl dellehl ivith the partments, lining much taken with vli attained hy the municipal the idea of the departments paying CANNIBALS MUST DIE Paris, Aug. Ivory Coast cannibals, named Bako and Tere, who i in 1913 captured, killed- and ate a i 10 tne operation of 'he boinoridgc commercial' traveller named Huber- i ciectric light and street railway de-1 goll[ Wii0 been sentenced to Prof. Christie will go to Calgary, and from there io Edmonton. He ices death by a local court, were .refused .jipoal by the highest Paris trl- M iiir ann nuun ,.......ta Brampton, .announce the engagement j Number of patients in hospih.i. of their-daughter, Allenc, to James! at end of month..................... D. of Edmonton, Alberta, j Transients discharged during the Agricultural Department, Inspector of> month.................................... Weeds "and Manager of Exhibits for Alberta, the .marriage, to. take place September 1.; Mr. and Mrs. Tinning, Gth Ave. noii.ii; inviM a large party lo tea last night, on the occasion ol the departure of their son, William, for Calgary, where he has enlisted in ihe 13th Mounted Rifles. A most enjoy- able evening was spent, and the party gave him a hearty send-off, His bro- ther, Hamilton, 63rii In- fantry a fortnight ago. The marriage ol Miss Edna. Gladys McDougJl, only daughter of Mrs. .1. A. McDougal of Medicine Hat, and Mr. George Samuel Bannan of the firm oi Laidlaw, .Hlanchard and Rand, present city solicitor, of Medicine Hat, was solemnized Tuesday evcl- ing, August third, at 6.30, at St. John's Presbyterian .church, Medi- cine Hat, the pastor, Rev. J. 52 OV U1C millllciiJiii uie niuit i" j i mi me operation oi public j taxes lo the city on their property, The lawyer who appeared for were private cannibals is an eminent membe H anil- opEim-uni m tv i ut 1 ities ?n the wit, was expressed just as thnagii they were private cor- bv A. Ci Christie, Associate nroffs-1 pnratlons, and the. application of any Morrow, 'li.A., LL.B., officiating. O. R. Mctchcn the Ladies' Aid society of church Wednesday After the regular order of hiisiness; a flor- al wedding ..sioty jurnishcri a plRaa- number during month 37 Highest niimher during month 55 Daily average during nionth 45.'1 Number of" hospital nays for private patients 2fi3 N'mnher ot hosiiital days for ward patients, paying 848 Numher of hospital days for ward patients, free 239 Total number of hospital days for ihe month .........................1410 Number of operations under sep.- eral anaesthesia...................... 52 .Number of operations under lo- cal or no anaesthesia.............. S Number of patients treated in outdoor department 3 N7timber of dressings and treat- incuts in outdoor department 5 'Kumhcr of hospital ambulance .calls 6 "The hospital wishes to acknowledge and thank the fotowinfi for their V i V. Ill sot in mechanical engineering at the surpluses to 8 Johns Hopkins university, Baltimore, the reduction -----1 who is touring the west, mafcirg u 133 i study of operation oi utilities under municipal control. Professor Cluistie reserve fumi or for 11 rates. visited Leth- hridge yesterday and spent the day with Commissioner Reid, who gave him flgnres on the operation ol the electric light and street railway de- with which Prot. Christie was particularly pleased. Talking with a Herald man, Proi. Christie said. "With hydro-electric power in Baltimore, our electric light rates are 8} cents, when they should be much loner than yours, while the reverse is the case. 1 am glad to see municipal operation attaining so much success here in the west. u, the French Bar. He unsuccessful- ly argued that the savages had jnsll- t'iable provocation for their deed. NEW INVENTIONS An electric egg candlor has Been invented for in public placas where the freshness of an ess can he demonstrated. Steel for safes that -breaks the bast bits and deflw the hydrogen-acety- lene blow plp.e, has been perfected in Germany. An electrically haated incubator for the production of bacteria has been developed by a Salt Lake City scientr ist. donations received during the month Painting the Citv Sign1 Works Transferring Transfer Co.: Flower Guild and St. Mary's Church; 1 case of the llos- Lariic-K1 Aid; I case each of ant "divcrsTb'n" for the guests, Jlrs. beer and soda -water Lethbridge. H1 K Van Hlarcbm winning the prize I Urewing Jt Malting Co.; in this contest. Mrs. .1. C. MathcslW. F. Wilson; Mc- and Mrs K Quinc assislert the. hos-l Cullough, P.ev. Mr. Cobhledick and less in thr: serving at dainty irelrcsliH :Mr. A. .Higinhotliani. incnte at the tea hour, I v' S. E. Woolton, Lady Supt. The iranldn norlv hy 'the Relief so- .Vajs Given 30 Days cictv of the Maple Leaf Chapter Or- Eish't vaps who were gathered in der'Kastcrn Star on the.lawn ol Mr.' by M.ie on Ttiesdny for A K. Humphries, 120 lllh'St. S.. Isnuattlnc In tho river bottom, came last evening was a 'decided success, j up before Superintendent Ponnr-tMh- Thc beautiful grounds were lighted er at tho Barracks, yesterday, mid up with .strinss of elcotric lights in, were given 30 days' hard labor each. PLACE YOUR PRINTING IN GOOD HANDS WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO HIGH GRADE PRINTING OF EVERY KIND. Phone 1252 The Lethbridge Herald Out-'of-town Orders Shipped Promptly. BED T ;