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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TtpNEBDAY, AUGUST 11, M1B THE LETHBRIDGE The Ladies' Store Phone 483 Block CLARKE CO. Very Scarce Goods Atyery rti v eijr Moderate Prices Middy Waists Sizes 34 to Vi. all wlillc, hiced al Hides, band around but- flft ion. Special Mosquito Net quality, white 10c Splendid slrons only, yard wide; Splendid value Cotton Hutting' Lovely quality, pure white, ordi- nary or'medicated; Band 1 the'; prices IDc. 2'.r. ft I'ure white, line Special vnluo Butter Cloth 111 hit-has widp, 5c Canton Flannels J7 lo 29 inches wide, pure or unbleached; splendid NEW FALL GOODS ARE PILING IN N'ew Dress Goods Site Veyilla Floun ces and Flannelettes, Hosiery and Corsets New Underwear. New I'u r s NOT- Suits, etc. Silk 'Hose Extra heavy wclRht, while, black -mil some colors, ladies' sizes only; Long Silk Gloves Excellent uualliy, double tlnp i-olore white, black, groy tan. pink, etc, special value Corset Sale Splendid lining white coutil, supporters front ai'd sides; Spenlal value Embroidery Sale- Four to ciRht inch widths, worth up to If, and edgings and insertions; special value vti Ladies' Union Suits Fine ribbed, wide or light kneo, short sleeves or sleeveless, A9p up to special value.. "SWW Mrs. K. I'. Wallace is visiting Mrs Shiirtlrll, rinchcr Creek. Mr. and Ilutciiinson, of De troit, are the guests of Mr. anil MIH Kthcl SS! Cynrie, IcuvinR Ne York, A'lR. Jlisses McKann. Krvnolds and Cam- eron left moriiiliK ''or tw" vacation at anil Lake Louise. Mrs Diidd Held and children vestcrday afternoon lor Kdliionl visit tier sister, Mrs. n. A. ell. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Lucky Strike, A us. u. To the Kdilor of thc Herald Dear Sir-As an liiem- the LelbliridRe Itoaid 01 Trade, I have read with considerable inter- j remarks Mr James Duff came down from Calirarv last night and this morning underwent an ovoration for appendi- i-ilis at the Halt hospital. Tht, Alexandra Gait, Chapter. I) K "lalciuily ai'knowli-dgt- iruni the tea fiin-n by Mrs. K. Smith and Mrs. Ilazcll. Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food pro- ducts they arc of the highest quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction or if otherwise' the purchase price wii! be refunded. arn llest President M att farmer Matllunv Murra AUCTION SALE FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 13th AT 2.30 O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES, 904 6th AVENUE SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON lnstructed by the owner, will eel, by Household Furniture '-is about 30 Chickens, Huff Orpingtons. Plymouth Rocks, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE-11 Stafford BlocK. To Have Central Alarm Stations for Home Guard uld s _Thi' BOV- eilOLTIlOUS br allowed Miss Louise at one time of Cranbrook. .-illi. "k'l DEATH OF MRS. DOES WEDDING _A MINING HAPPENINGS HOW TO BEAUTIFY SUMMER SOILED FACE bushel, mid al such price lor seed we sly it, Rcl the best possible i product. Tbe most feasible seems lo me is for the ba.Ms ma- chine companies, lumner people and 1 all other creditors m tbe larmc b to cct together and draw up a v, art- house receipt for as much wheat as Sid be lair to the farmers' creditors, when the next winter, spring or summei. U.u- inir ihc farmer enough i On Hie call ol food and cl the committee ol the I.othblidgc I !anliiv to earn Home Guards met in. the board ol j Thjs f pre trade building last night A. 1.1V- vent an overwhelming slumi Keown prcsidiliR. On motion of torn-1 I d tnc hmam lo maiider Skclton. seconded bj W-1 cralivc ior his sra Downer thc following committee Mrs McMillan "f Ilardieville. consented to receive any nations of garmenls for lo it! Krenrh and Hclgian rciuscc wi and children donated by women Ilardieville district. H's re-iliv a'simpl" matter to rono- a face soiled by sun, winds or d'irt Ordinary mercolized wax. useil jlilu, cold cream, will transform the ira'st old complexion into one of whileiiess and velvety softness. I'll literally peels oil the outer veil ot B.P.. Au, "veJ'o l her age. Deceased had been in tail- j _ health for the past three suTferhiK from diabetes. Mr. and iioin Mr -mil Mrs. .lohn A. Wilmot 01 j Brown .vlsre married al St. .lohn. V Kim'Slon announce the engagement n years aso, and came of their daughter. Mildred id is o'llara Kollis. only son or summer. i'.. Foilis, llaclcod, mgl, ior seed and Uw marriage to take place this ior himself i'montii. i-idence of the. treatment. The young- healthier under-skln forming Hie .new comiiluxxion. is one of captivnl- iniown ln- loveliness. One ounce of mercol- B some seven years aso, and came j luul al nnj. drugstore, Mr' direct lo Cranbrook. where Mr. nrown ._; to any tanned, red- was in the employ of Hie Kink Mer-: i ]s jinQtiyn lu pimpled, freckled or blotchy i tieneu, puiil'ieu, cantile Co. The funeral will Apply before retiring, washing place tomorrow from the family resi-1 Qff monljngs. dence on N'orimry avenue, immediate-. shtas pasily with iy mi the arrival of Ihe east-bound j wju. train conveying a brother-in-law OI etc An excellent wrinkle ro- the deceased, who is in Vernon camp because it tightens the skin ibe .i4lh battalion. Mr. and Jlrs. ----j the deathbed of his father. e visiting here for p. couple of days Mr. j ,.lke a hundred and i h nftv and" was not extinguished until con and wns siderable damage by water_ had bee, hie h one lmmired and ioi r lor the garden party to be held to Pay flic same deb 13 TO IN ZEffEUN oi s'inii aiuiin i 11 men and' autos, Lcthbridge Garage, London lO.-Thirleen persons me killed iii the Zeppelin raid on En-lisl! cast coast last night- to the offida! announce, eieht women, four children and mp man were killed. six nur men and two children were "oundTd as the result of Ilie explo- Hon of missiles- dropped by the Zep- Selms. To the Kditor of the Herald Dear response winch we ,avc had from this district ir. an- iwer to thc request for old or spare razors for the troops at Uic iront, coming from the Master -n Sheffield, has hardly been as spontan- i advise every farmer to hold his Henderson Oarage and number two after thc threshing bill is paid lire hall simultaneous alarm from ts a all points bv whistles and thc. jt is t.he wealthy millers at the city hall up to date iniantryj .peculators who will buy drill manuals on purchase from l'Cj fa hc at Uic lowest possible secretary; a Great Falls estimate jt for uric: of all necessary you not hold_ it am tins prolit for yoursell. Let -M tors of thc farmer co-operate him and accept warehouse re- 5 -ind thus aid to hold up the "will he served irom 311 lo 7 Ice cream and cake, will be sold during the evening, when a mu- sical program will be rendered. Mrs E Humphries, president the' Wil'la'rd 0. T. U., entertained SAVED FROM OPERATIONS By Lydia Vege- .table Own Stories HereTold. Edmonton, Alberta, Can. I think It is no more than right for me to thank leu for what your kind advice and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have done for me. "When I wrote U) yon some time ago I was a very sick woman suffering from female troubles. I had organic inflam- mation and could not stand or wilk any distance. At last I was confined to my bed and the doctor said I would have to KO Ihrough an operation, but this 1 refused to do. A friend advised LydiaE. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound and now, after, using three bottles of it I feel like new woman. I rnont heartily recommend your medicine to .11 women whosufferwith female troublw. J" also Uken Lydia E. Pinkhwi's Liver PillE and think they are fine. I will without the medicine in house FRANK EMSLEY, 903 Col- umbia Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. The Other Case. r Re.trice, after mymar- my left side began to pain me and wTnaineot so severe that I (Tor d terribly with it I yi.itrf three octorn and each one wanted to operate me but I would not consent to an op- rnUen I heard of the good Lydia E. Pinkham'e Vegetable Compound was f inKnwn j hnf. eous as we would have liked. We judge that "PPcal nas iiade because the British manufac- turer at this particular tune has found himscll unal.te lo cope, with the demand for razors which has lor the men at the iront. burely it, is not asking too much of any man io donate one or more razors which can be repaired and issued to relieve the Herald for eratuitously inserting this advertise- ment-and also the following lor hav- inir kindly donated razors to this hmd R. Trout, F. Steedman Matthews, J. H. Harmon A. J. Bu- chanan, A. Davis B. B. Hojt, Mr. Norman, K. n. Johnson, G. B. Mac- s our office may be inconvenient or many men willing to donate lo his cause, by leaving their razors at he Herald office we will have them ailed lor and sent forward. Yours truly, Western Canada Agency, Limited. voluntary oflers oi arms by Mr. Mc- Keown by Mr. Downer of a radical district from which to receive alarms without overlapping -thcr workers route ol lull parade for Friday evening nenl, Aug. 1-nn, as follows Barracks mam entrance, eastward io 13th street, north to 3rii ic south, west to Filth street south, to -Hh avenue south, and thence to starting point. nav aliernoon. habies of the cradle roll was a plcas- im: feature of the afternoon. A num- ber of visitors were also present. A .1 .1... nf 1'P- fire in the city since April p r Tallon of Calgary was in ail. eiiv" today on business in conned t with the ".Machinists' union. He was will accompanied by Mrs. Tallon. A pretty wedding took place on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and -Mrs. George Smith, Silver Creek, when the Rev. Tliomas Keyworth un- ited in wed'ioek Mrs. Hawkesworth Rincerely vours Willia social' timiTaiid the serving jug.. to a close. ami Percy Hartnell. After the party had been made man and wife a boniit- eous wedding repast was served. Mining Deal the I Dufl Hauey of Chicago, in., ar- .lon rived in the city today in connection "with the sale oE the Homestake Jim- ing Co.'s property at Ferry Creek. U is expected an announcement of vast importance to the tributary- cauntry and Cranbrook in particular will ;be made in a day or two. Every director of Ihe company la here, including Captain Rodgers, George T. Carr, Gus Mr eous weaumti icpua'- I "fiesiiments bniughf a very'enjoyable arf Hartnel, receivedjbe good X. Mernam. t, JACK FROST IS HAILED OUT .Moose Jaw, Sask., AuE- Jack Frost, a farmer o! this district, who had an entire halt section hailed oul the other day, has received an msur- ance company's chenue for 900 in full settlement of His claim. Cede Macedonia Bulgaria Asks London, send her armies Uonstantinople in 3-1 hours n Serma will cede Serbian Macedonia to he; "a s M Hadoslavofi. prime minister of" Bulgaria, and thc man who more than inv other today holds the lies Unies of Europe in his hand, says a News Agencv dispatch from Sofia ic- ceiveil today via Berlin and Holland. CranliLOlik Herald Mrs. Vv. ,T. Armstrong and children ol Leth- bridge, returned last week with Mr. "nil Mrs E Hill in their auto 'and spent several days visiting Sends nere. They visited St. Marys lake which they declared the most beautiful spot they had ever seen and I wishes of their many mends, who wished them a joyous journey through Ivan Uasselt of Victoria arriv Theis and a number of others. Frank Foley and Fred Pye, mem- bers of the Cranbrook quota to tne o-lih Kootenay Battalion, are visiting in the city this week, being on leave of absence. H C Moore of Blairmore, Alia., is in Cranbrook on business connected public wltn the wood distillation plant here: Sergeant-Major Pearse, physical :in- with the 54th Battalion at Vernon, is in the city visiting with friends. The sergeant-major has Harry and WiHIam Navin of the rlalMllLUU. D iiw---- the shade of the old apple tree. Deaths in Mexico From Starvation Mexico, July 31, via Vcra Cruz, 8, and Laredo, Texas, Aug. 10 (de'lavcd in bight death's by starvation, all children, were reported by the police station of the second ward today. The gen- eral hospital deaths b> starvation, though thc number was not made public. police court record in thc second ward was brought to the attention of the I'.ed Cross representative to- day as illustrative of the extreme misery -prevailing among the lower classes .hccausc of want of food. i woman was. brought into court charged with stealing a dog. The. magistrate listened to the story o! the complainant end then to the de- fendant whose plea was that the animal was stolen for killing and feeding it to her children, lhc judge dismissed Ihe woman. a result of the labor of members of the Aquatic club night the grounds surrounding clubhouse are being very much the ing the cl old friend ijratultio'ns of their many here... Harry Ravin was o C.P.R. storekeeper, here in the earls Vegetae ompo other! and I .eyenl hot- ith the result that I tavon't f tt w e re been bothered with my side since then. lira in good health and I two httle KANSAS WOMAN IS CANDIDATE FOR SENATE Atchison, Kan., August 10.-iMrs. H K Burnes, superintendent of State Orphans' Home hero, animunc- ed vesterday that she would become a candidate for United States Senator from Kansas in W18. "I will oppose Mrs. Lillian Mitch- ncr who bus already announced her said -Mrs, Burnes. Have you looked under the bed for that 7th point? with flavor 2_Velvety body, NO GKIT 4_Sterling purity a daylight factory by honcU PEPPERMINT AND MON FLAVOURS Mmde in- He was backed by the me, hanls of Cranbrook fQr some elected to the legislature as a Liberal for Centre Bruce.. He was president of the Andrew Malcolmn Furniture, Co. Deceased is survived by bis wife, two sons and a dough, lev. U f 11 blUI proved; the trees 'are pruned and av' aml ,vas S0me.wbat .of .an jiin staked and the weeds have been re- moved. Over lifty people sat down to supper on the dock oi the clubhouse evervonc doin? justice to thc good provided. After supper, tie -non returned to their work until then the hoat house was clear- d and a jolly hop enjoyed by, all. h" music was provided through the indness oi Mason Risen, who loan- d a Tamophonc and records tor the ccasion. The singing oi the Nation- 1 Anthem concluded a very enjoyable nd The annual meeling ol the Willarc V C T U. was lield last week and he officers for the ensuing year were are the officers Pre- idcnt Mrs. A. E. Humphries; ires Mrs. James McKean second pies., Mrs. Dunsworth record nvr secretary, Mrs. Mcllvena cor- responding "secretary, Jlrs. Gray treas Mrs. H. Ingram organist Bryan The following supenn lendcnl-s were also elected Mothers Mrs Weslcott L. T. L. Work, Misi Uunsworth and Jliss Wcstcotl Gra die Roll, Mrs. Washbrook Mowers Kruits and Delicacies, Mrs. II. Ir eram Medal Work. Mrs. McKean Class'Work, Mrs. Bryan; Lnmber Camps and Mines, Mrs. Kane Medi- cal Temperance, Airs. Shaw Anti- Xarcolios, Mrs. Gray bcicntlfic Temperance, Sirs. Dunsworth. EX-MEMBER DEAD Kincardine, Ont., Aug. lO.-Audrew Malcolm, ex-M.P.P., passed away yes- terday, at his residence here Mr born in Killcarn, Stirlinsshire. Scotland. 75 yejirs afo, md came to Canada in ls6'' ually settling Ir. Kincardine. In 1SJ ho wa: GEORGE FITCH DEAD Berkeley, Cal, Aug. W.-Georgc Fitch the author of Peona, 111., died at a sanitarium, here yesterday, hav- failed to rally from an operation for appendicitis yesterday. Doctor's Family It is part of the Doctor's duty more than for most professionalmen.'tokeep up appearances. His family enjoys a high standard of living-extra comforts and good, living become a habit ivith them. 'If'anything happens the doctor-arid there are dangers in the medical profession will his family meet the change in their mode of living Luxuries have become necessities to them. The loss of even these will to some extent mean, hardship. The sum of money left out of the doctor i saving! may well prove inadequate. A Guaranteed Monthly Income policy formi This most desirable form of .policy reeular continued paymenU during the entire life of the beneficiary, ft is issued by the CANADA LIFEis? 1847 Wilson Skcith booklet No. 283 fully th! ;