Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE- DAILY HERALD 11. 50 H. P. STUDEBAKE The Most Powerful Six Cylinder Car Sell- ing in Canada For Less Than The onsifsi ruling nuulo today, one exception. Tlio must I'uml'orUiblo front sonts of, any car made, ailjusrnbh1 for any >-ixc ol' driver and hMnovaliK1 if you wish to use the c-nr I'o.rrautp- iiiir purposes. AViih room in Hie lonneau for five people if you it. IT you do nol Avish to use the i wo disappearing seals you have plenty of r venieiH-e to those in the rear .seat. lor parcels, or without any A full floating Timken bearing rear axle, with Timken bearings throughout the entire car You cannot buy any better at any price. A car made to give you the very maximum in service and comfort st the very lowest possible price. Visit our show room, see this car and satisfy yourself that the above statements are true. We do not need to tell you that our car is better value than our competitors. They tell you themselves. Be- cause you never have to knock an inferior article in order to seil your own. When you knock another man's goods you either realize that he has something better than you have or you are doubtfuf of your own, or both. We had our troubles in the past. They all had "or will have." Some have no past yet But since 1914 when we adopted the same mechanical design that we are using today our troubles have been "drivers" troubles and not. manufacturers. We are not changing our design, We are satisfied. WHAT ABOUT THE OTHERS 1 Why did we sell 943 cars in the city of Detroit. "The home of the automobile" in the month of Jun'e. Why do we sell more carV'in the State of California than any other makes selling for over Why do we sell more commercial cars in the City of New York than all other'makes put together? Because the people WHO KNOW realize that for the past 65 years STUDEBAKER has always stood for the maximum in quality and service. FOUR-FORTY Do not overlook our Four Cylinder Forty Tourinji Cnr ;iud "Roailsfer. In this ear give you more pOAver and t'lexiliility than you jrot in any. four i-yliuder-i-ar jnadc. with the saute coin flirts you get in the six. Price f.o.k Lethbridge STUDEBAKER GARAGE 322 (itli Street South. THE LOCK OF HAIR. IZD with ,1 faded sltsin sitk" and wrapt fa parchment old. Thar gives a musty fra- -trance forth like rti brics, halt unrolled, A lorlrof hair; from what head? Of bab Swcftheart? Remembered, thou art 1 fc in death: forgotten, death in }jfe. Oh, relics of a br-Ron- day. a glove, a faded leaf. Time travesties our joj-s and makes a rnockerj of grief. ee. treasure-trove, sa- ihou be; don art the pledge oi some heart's constancy. .S'ime was when ihe orange and ba- nana were looked upon askance strange, foreign'fruits, "and distinctl? rcjarded as lusurisa. Hut now it is dlftcult.to Imasinp a grocer or .cai.essen shop without their cheerful presence. People on ibe sunny side of still remember when banana a dime sfpiece; am] -a wonderful now we take quite as a matter of course. And even so. this foreign grape friiit, while of comparatively recent in- troduction. Is rapidly gaining In popu- H is variously known as (be "sbaddurk" the ''forbidden fruit." or the but grape-fruit it la now- generally called. It is. really, nothing more than a large, ihin- skinned, pale yellow, sour orange. But credited "with stronRly tonic prop- erties, and the faint, bitter lasts is Bald TO be caused by the. presence of fif-ial effects of quiaine. It varies.in from -iiiuSR no, larger than an oycrgrown orange, to specimens 33 melon. Much cf our conies from Jamaica. There HctHnrd. were tendered by tbe former opinions-as !o tne 1.. inode of eatitie it. The best'way is to prepare It. before sending it to table the fruit In half, crosswise, removing the biiter pith. Then loosen the seciions whb a sharp knife, an'd fill the cavity in the center with xujjfar. Some1 likp the addition of rum The sugar should not be until It Is rr-Rdy to be oaten. juice Is otherwise drawn out ani 1 lie pulp'made tough. For extra J (2) Three Good Fellows N tbe Canadian Zoo at Banff, Albcr were brought to Banff from the exper- pantner (or mountain badgers, Ithin the Rocky Mountains farm at IJranilon, and arc now pine martens, porcupines, .mountain in a healthy and flourishing condition. nd along the C.P.R., both at the zoo adjoining the museum and out them to be objects of much interest. geese, hawks, soldo The park commissioner suggests that headed eagles, owls, pelican. miles east of the town, there are fine it would be an interesting experiment specimens of buffalo, moose, elk, deer. Persian sheep. Angora goats, IP attempt to cross one of the buffa- wpives, coyotes, lynx, badgers, mar lo bulls with- one of the yak in the.Zoo, adjacent' to and. a number of toe smaller cum. may be. seen the following ani- of the Rocky Mountains: Six yak, originally presented to the Klack oeara. Cinnamon bears, griz JJpmfnfou .Gpvernment by the Duite of ber wolves, coyotes, lynx, American "End-of-the-Seasori' Bargains Final Clean-up of all Oddments, at about Half-price, Better than any Sale Bargains We have si'oue Hinmo-h our slock from A lo 'A and havo put in our anv odd lines, short lenu'ih or reuiiianl and have marked Iliem a! a. price tlm! will jneaii a. complele eleanoiil. lomorroxv night at 10 o'clock. .Former prices and profit have considered in die ivmarkinji- ol' End-of-tlic-Scason HpciVinls. V oii'll Ihui many other useful linos similar lo ihose adverlised herewith. Be Sure and Get a Coupon for ihe Cut Glass u-amm am just Arrived, Horrock's I Ladies' Shoes Finest Eng, Longcloth Striped Skirts I g iiito Htock (l com H I oO pairs ladies' "L-. VV." shoes, pumps and slippers, I'll; to only. All kinds Values to Sat- urday. 7.95 i m m mum m m Here is another snap. pairs Kiddies' Low 'Shoes. Sixes 'ti to only. Values to 1.25 i Sum Dresses in ihis lot up to f it's our final clean up of ail summer dresses. Slices _ un to only. Your choice. _ i 4.95 Silk Waists A score or more of Jap Silk Waists and also two lines Crepe de Chene Waists. Val- ues to ?4.SO. Saturday. 2.95 line of llavrock's finest Eng- lish, cot I on, Those are noh-d for I heir oxcfilleii! wear lug qualities. Yard wide Lougeloths and cam- brics at ISc. 20c. 2fic. Also a special lino or Mudunolums at ISc to SSc. Sonm lines 42 inches wide. 500 Remnants Ready for Saturday Shoppers A "lay-out" that will gladden tin; hear! 61 tliosu who Itku to buy remnants, over short lengths of linens, towellings, dress goods, curtain goods, embroideries. I'lan- no'ettes, etc. All at about halt" ihe regular prices. New Fall Line of Laces Now in Stock Our first shipment of Baby li-isb. English "and fancy net top laces ready for tomorrow. Those are something entirely new in de- sign, and the prices are very reas- onable. Radium Silk Stock with wide ribbed tops luive ayain in suioli ilio famous radium hnsic-vy in silk ami lisle and make special mcmkm of the silk HtoctuiiK vitlt the elastic ribbed pa HIT top They come in and Ic'gs. Priced at tir.c to Pair of Warner's New front laced Corsets 2.50 You can buy .1 peri'uct fitting lace front corset madu by the biggest manufacturer of corsoU in ihe world TIU-.Y are guaran- teed Rusi Proof and Rip. Proof.. Sixes to 2S. The Finest Stock.of Silk Waists :now on display We have been congratulated daily on our. showing of real high grade waists. Another new lot in today to add to these, the largest display .of silk de chene. taffeta, georgette arid silk voile waists. Priced from Here's a Boys'Wash S'ts at cost A final clean up of boys' Buster and Oliver Twist Wash suits. Any suit In the store at actual cost price Saturday. j Here is your chance to get one of Lhosu sport skirts. We have six left iu sixes 2.'! to 9 i bauds. Regular ?5.00 for 3.95 200 yards plain mrssalinc Z siika, also mb silks in many colored stripes. Values to for.'-' 95c I Prints -Ging'ms A whole table fuil of the bc-sit English I hamri. pel1 yard. I 12ic Corset Clean-up Oilrt linr-3 of and 18 .t A Corsets. Worth I SJ.i'iO. Siztw up ta -5 i Satn.-ilav bargain. I a 95c Get a Coupon Tomorrow, worth of Cut Glass Free! RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE.... FLOUR PRICE GOES UP Ottawa, Aug. The fourth rise within; a week in the price, of flour Went into effect yesterday, when 30 cents more was asked by the whole- salers 'for barrels of first patents' :Each increase has been one of 20 cents, making the increase 80 cents on the -week. The price is now ?3.70 per Job-pound bugs, compared with ?3.'iO "a. week ago, a 20-cent increase on tlie barrel meaning a 10-ceiit increase on the bag. This rise will not affect the price bread, it is said, halters and others .believing that the price Is only tem- porary. as i-s often the casu while the year's crop returns are in tie f- gopher, albino gophers, marmots, fox Canada on eagles, black- 1.0 flip kocKy Mountains Park. They The following animals, from distant parts of the world, may be seen in tba Ktngtail monkey, rhescs monkeys, polar bear, raccoons, orange squirrel, silver pheasants, (jniden -pheasants, Amherst pheasants, .reeves pjieasa.nts, common pheasants, pua ONE LANGUAGE FOR publ Ed in onto synod of th< language be taught in ALL, SAY ANGLICANS! schoolf to all of tlm popu- _____ and that "K'nglifth should ho UK; languaKe of inBtrucUou iji all Alia. Aug. Anglican province of j subjects oi Rupertsland. which will conclude its! course.'1 oiementary srbools' 'sfcsion tomorrow, put it self on record at the meet ing of tlie house' of delegates in All Saints' On Ihe subject of enlistment, the1 jnort expressed Itself in approval pr[ scheme "for tlie complete In'.serving, "may soflf- teiied Hiroufch. Ine pulp, or the cavity ftlfed with ice'Of auy ilegirud Cuvur. Afthool tiiis sftcrnoon on two mobilization of the entire! of national interest and hniiortaiice, of Canada In mci anil recruiting, dodariiig! terial, which uliould be jila in relation to UK? rosorvdlly i-t (he disposal of ouriwuii j.tliaL "It la essential the Kiigllsli' try and ins en lire; en arid ma-i lilaced uii-i I RUBBER STAMPS Undo In Lethhridgc by Herald Job Department. Phona 'K-UROPATKIN :s TRANSFERRED London, Aug. 10. General Alexis Kuropatkin has been appointed gover- nor general of Turkestan, a Centra! 'News dispatch from Petrograd states. t'onimiitinji his. sin. and an; all Avjuy il ih.nl it is do ihcfc things, aiid'fhe'n' prepare h'i'fc mind for tb'e'time when an ntterapt will be made to change it, all, and ihtn tell him lojfe rratty'' to thn saurificc with ilio rest of us. FEET BURN' Then' use Zani-Iink. There is noUiinz so sootliins for t< mler, aching or blistered fed. li will end the draw out the sorcnesa. prevent lilisU'rii.s and' Bive you perfect foolcoinlort. Also there iS'iio'Jiinc'eoJftttjd as Zani-Huk for suntart, htm rashes, blislereil bauds, ac-lnnj- miiscles, anJ insect cats, bruises, burns and all skin injuries ami ailments 50e. all drnmls anil stores. "t Are on Equality Sin gy HKCOtS STEFFENS. I fall into Icmptatioos i.noiclcnt In my profession. .1 commit, only (ho crimos tlmt -arc mjuirctl in inv profossiflto but I com- mit them. I think tJiiit the clcrgv n-oilkl bo lining a hig sliuuld they take thi-'ir aiicl know them and rln: iemptapons of and fho professions that .are represented there; ancl when they fincKa-'. banker does this thinf. know enough about banking know wheth- er it is real banki.hi? or whether and then when they Sitiqwfiiiat find out how this thing. aimpnre; oth- er men do. the liis bu.rHnn of it, 1ml help him to see that ystem; thai it true .he must Patch- By Jnnitis L. i effiuieney jo education. The .the school in his I'ial edmjition and thcu cominunitv. A fundiimeiiia! our atirrJc- uliim i.u. lhat. it 'is a palehwofk of ahidies together with no priudjilcs of Vein-, i'Jjastpy'n tiie school work is Huo'io.h 'of UK? conlcrrts of the qir-, r (lieiilunr'on onn Iwtul anil HIP noods of (lie pupils.find thf-pnblifton (lie fn ;tlio TWtnrp-of Itio is (o bo utrenw-ii wnl foiiiw of lifc.'-'rim arraugfnf-nl of isulalcil not chiui's Tcsultii in u ,'i'