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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 13,1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DATLY HERALD If PAGE SEVEN All Ready for the STAMPEDE howing Early.. Fall lerchani COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS, DRESS SILKS, WOOL SERGES, ROYS' CLOTHINU, DOWN AND COTTON-FILLED QUILTS, GIRLS' DRESSES. LIN ENS AND FLANNELS. Make This Store Your Headquarters When In The City. Wraps and Parcels May Be Left Here in Safety. NEW COATS FOR WOMEN FOR FALL AND WINTER. Buy early and got best selection. Materials will he hard to got later, manufacturers am already running Hhort of the best coatings. CHOOSE YOUR COAT NOW. Anil wo will hold it for you a reasonable time. FINEST VELOUR COATS Silk lined, colors wine, petunia, green, brown and black. Prices .1?50.00, $12.50, $3.00 and $26.00. SCOTCH TWEED COATS Heavy weight grey, brown, green and blue mixtures; large capo collars, full skirts half lined. Prices $35.00, $27.50, $25.00 and $22.00. Women's Silk and Serge Dresses. SMART STYLES FOR EARLY FALL WEAR. Heavy Taffeta and rich Duchess silks in many styles ami colorings. Prices $23.00, $20.00 and $17.00. ALL WOOL SERGE DRESSES Newest straight line styles, some in Eton jacket styles. Prices at $25.00, $19.00 and $16.50 ALSO LOWER LINES. FALL SERGE SKIRTS Very good values considering the high cost of materials. New skirts o.t $10.00, $8.00, $7.00 and $5.00. We are Showing Great Values in Serges 45 inch all wool sorgo, good weight, clean Twill, In black, navy and Copenhagen. Regular value J2.C0. Selling at d�1 f-ft Per Yard ....................... �pl�OU HEAVY COATING SERGE 50 inch navy, black and green. > * ? *> ? * >*?>: : � * * : ? * c- : ? : : > The following ar.o some luncheon menus for August,.approved for their daptability to war-time economy and food conservation: No. 1-Tomatoes, hot baking-power biscuit, Yale blueberry cake, iced tea. No. 2-Spanish omelet, bread and butter, gingerbread, iced buttermilk. No. 3:-Stuffed tomato salad, hot corn cake, sea moss blane mange, tea, wafers. No. 4-Onion toaBt, sliced tomatoes, blueberry cake, tea or milk. No. 5-Salad (tomato, olives, celery, apples), Graham muffins, baked custard, iced tea. No. G-Rice Bouffle, brown bread sandwiches, cantaloupe, butter sponge cakes, iced loganberry juice. No. 7-Macaroni and cheeso scallop, tomato salad, raised biscuits, tea. No. 8-Orange and date salad, butter milk biscuits, rice pudding, grape juice. No. 9-Egg salad, scalloped tomato, raspberry tea cake, tea. No. 10.-String bean and beet salad, sour cream buns, blueberry tea cake. No. 11-Clam chowder, crackers, plums, iced tea, wafers. No. 12-Stewed lamb kidneys, potato chipB, ryo biscuits, pound cake, tea. Men's Week at the "Bay" Continues all this Week. Ladies attending the Stampede will find a comprehensive showing of New Fall arid Winter Wear. i^flhf Tjufjsotfs Bay (Fompani). REFUSE 10 GIVE RESULT OF VOTE in tbe Cit� Cburcbes or At St. Cyprian's-Wednesday at 8 p.m., intercession service. Thursday, at 3 p.m., women of the church sew at the Red Cross rooms. At St. Mary's-Tuesday' at 8 p.m., teachers' meeting. Friday at 8 p.m., intercession service followed by choir practice. - At St. Augustin's-Next Sunday thero will bo celebration of tho holy communion at 8 o'clock and service at 11. At Chrlsttian-Tuesday at 8 p.m., Christian Kndeavor business meeting at Mrs. Dunsworth's, Oil 9th St. S. Friday at 3 p.m., ladies' sew at the Rod Cross rooms. ' At Knox-Tuesday at 8 p.m. all interested in the Sunday school picnic are asked to meet in the school room. At Pentecostal Mission-Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m., gospel meetings. At United Church-Tomorrow night tho Christian Endeavor will meet instead of tonight. Mr. Cloforth will Address tho mooting on tlio Daily Life of n Foreign missionary. A hearty invitation is extended to all to attend. DEFAULTER GETS In pplto of tho fact that tho returns from tho Pass camps have been given out, secretaries of local mining camps refused today to disclose the figures of the voto in this end of tho field for district officers on Saturday. What their  intontion is the Herald could not learn, unless it bo that the officers lioro remember the result of the Inst attempt to elect district officers when the scrutineers throw out the Lethbrldge vote, upsetting the results as nt first announced. It is understood that this end of the field will go for Biggs against Graham for president. Arthur J. Lee, bookkeeper for tho City Cartage Co., who was arrested two weoks ago on a charge of theft from tho company of n considerable sum of money, appoared before Magistrate Elton in tho provincial plice court this morning after having twice boon remanded. He consented to a summary trial, and pleading guilty, was sentenced to two years, less one day in tho provincial jail here, Lee's defalcations aro said to be In the neighborhood of $1,500. This Is his second term in the Jail here, be having been sont down from Edmonton some years ago on a similar charge ou which he .was convicted. SHERIFF'S SALE Province of Alberta, To wit: By virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme Court of Alberta at the Biiit of A. Kuhn, plaintiff, and Maple Leaf Coal Company, defendant, and to me directed againBt the lands of the Maple Leaf Coal Company. I have seized and taken into execution the following lands, namely: (1). South-east quarter of Section 21, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian, containing 160 acres. (2-. North-oast quarter of Section 10, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian, containing 160 acres. (2). Portions of the South-west quarter of Soction 21, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian, as described in Certificate of Title H.Z.-80, containing 9.61 acres, excepting mines and minerals. (4). Part of Legal Sub-division 3 of Soction 21, Township 7, Rnge 3, West of tho 5th Meridian as described in Certificate of Title 6-J-1S0, containing 9.08 acres, excepting mines au* minerals. (5). Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive according to registered plan "Maple Loaf 6401-Y" as described in Certificate of Title 6-J-176, excepting mines and minerals. (6). Lots 17 to 21 inclusive in Block 20 according to registered plan "Maple Leaf 7242-A.I., as described In Certificate of Title G-J-179, excepting : mines and minerals. (7). All coal within, upon or under tho North-west quartor of Section 16, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian as described In Certificate of Titlo 6-J-177, containing 160.40 acres. (8). All minerals other than gold or silver, within, upon, or under the West half of Section 21, Township 7, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian, excepting 5.20 acres lyiDg West of Crows Nest river; 8.26 acres for railway right of way and 7.31 acres tor> roadway; all as described In Certificate of Title H-S123, comprising 299.03 acres. Which I shall expose for sale on Thursday the 23rd day of August, 1917, In front of the Court House, Macleod, Alberta, at the hour of 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Sheriffs' Office. July 17, 1917. A. B. Mucdonald, Sheriff, Macleod Judicial District! Further terms and conditions of ulaj and completo description of tbe pr#-I pertles m..y bo obtained by apnllcattoa to me. ; ' A. B, Macdonald. ShwUfc .i -- - -r ;