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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 191 THR LETHBRIDOE DAILY PAGE SEVEN u; Your Week- end Grocery LARD, 3 pound pall For LARD, 6 pound pal for 75c 1.45 15e 35c 21c 43s 50c 5c 50c 25c 65c 35c 25o 1Q .....15c 55c 40c LARD, 10 Ib. pall ff tor "9 PICNIC HAMS per pound COOKED HAM per pound HAM, half or whole per pound R. c. SOAP 2 for........... SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 for REX SOAF, per bar.......... IVORY SOAP 11 for PANSHINE S for........... FELS-NAPTHA, per carton...... APRICOTS per basket PEACHES, pounds PEACHES basket per pound ORANGES 2 dozen McCORMICK'S JAMS, 4 Ib. pail. GRAP.E JUICE Per bottle RASPBERRY VINE- GAR, per bottle PEERLESS CREAM JJ 4 SODAS fc I W LIBBY'S SLICED PINEAPPLE, 2 tins FRESH HERRING 2 tins KIPPERED HER- RING, 2 tins B. C. SALMON. 2 tins (or 25c 25c 25e Men's Fall Suits Just Newly Arrived Wo havo just opened up our first ship- ment of -Men's Fall Suits. Smart single breasted models, two and three button styles; trousers medium peg. Materials in- clude Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, plain colors and mixod effects. Suits that reprc- Bent the very highest type of hand-tailored clothes and aro priced from to Boys' Bloomer Pants mixtures in tan mixtures, in brown mixtures, full and a pant which will wear. All well 7g tailored styles. Saturday special priced from to Night Shirts Men's Night Shirts, cut large and roomy- of best im- ported flannelette. In neat striped designs. Represent, good value at Extra Special Silk Socks Men's Silk Socks iu all- standard colors; pure fine texture; th'o ideal sum- mer sock; and: (jomforl1 SOc Per pair DAY OF "BARGAINS" AT THE "BAY" Sale of Waists In a, ivni.irkiiblo milliner Iho suceess dent iliis slon-_ Mfl1a' Ill's your shopping hoail- quarlers loinorrovv. Footweat Saturday Sale News th lea- and .Girls' Oxfords iialrii of these Girls' Oxfords. er is Bolccled calf; colors Kin black; slzos.8 to CI AQ Regularly I2.2S for I Ladies' Bluchers Ladies' Bluchers, of the ever popular gunmctal; a smart style, good wearlnc shoo; sizes 3 to QQ Regularly 54.00 Men's Prospectors Men's Prospectors, of soft and pliable Kl'k smart tan shade; 14 inch lee; sizes (1 to If. Regularly ft fC Per pair I W Ladies' Oxfords Ladies' Oxfords in tan only. Style lias neat, rounded toe and high QQ Heels; good values at js.Su.. These Notions and Small Wants must go LADY MAD CAP HAIR NETS medium and light brown, finish- ed with elastic; 10 for EMBROIDERY All sixes in dark. 25c Wine Dept. Specials Phone 613 John Dewar's Special, per bottle -S1.00 Johnnie Walker's Kilmaniork. Special Vintage per gallon, .-S1.25 (Slanvp and Jugs extra) FANCY TOILET Per card REX 'White, 4 for COLGATE'S SHAVING SOAP Per COLGATE'S PERFUMES and TOILET WATERS; TOO sizes.. NAINSOOK DRESS SHIELDS Odorless, sizes 2, 8. S; pair.. 3 BEE CROCHET WARP Containing SOO yards MILLINERY RIBBON WIRE Clearing at oc and MILLINERY TIE WIRE; h white; clearing at; Per Spool MILLINERY HAT WIRE To clear at lOc and SUPERIOR QUALITY PINS Per Paper 5c .5s 25s 50c 3Qe 10c lack or 5c 1C Needs for The Home Listed Here BRASS RODS Brass Extension Rods, neat bull ends; extends 34 25C Regular 20c. 8 for.......... BUNGALOW NET One piece only F.cru Bungalow good width, shadow lace effect; Regular 40c; half price per yard Cooperation between ourselves and the manufacturer enables us to offer each week to Lethbrirttre women the newest and most up-to-date styles ill the Blouse world. This arrangement, too, is responsible for this low price. It enables us to sell Waists which you would unhesitatingly value from 52 to S3 for........ Four Sizes Only in Corsets Fcur only in this Corse, 2K, skirt and 4 supports Ladies' Drawers, at 29c 50c values in Ladies' Drawers, made of fine Cambric, nicely trimmed with lace and embroidery. All sizes in the lot. Open or closed styles Children's Waists, 19c Children's Little Beauty Waists, made of eoutll, also m knitted style, reinforced with coutil. Sizes 10 years. Regular 35c for SILKOLINES Silkolines, Sii inch widths; pretty coloring; reg 20 and 25 CHINA ODDMENTS Oddments in English Semi-Porcelain Ware, including Creams, Sugars, Salad Bowls, Plates, Jugs, Vegetable Dishes, Soup Casseroles, Sauce Boats, Sauce Saturday Candy Treats At Our Popular Candy Counter Brown Mixed Candy-Pure, and wholesome; per pound C Zing Gum; O-pLchee. Licorice, Pepsin, Spearmint 3 pkgs We Lowney's and Chocolates-Per pound 75c Tureens, etc. 3 designs to 1_ be cleared, Afoout 2 25c CANDY SPECIALS-Including Nut Cushion, Sunbeams, Assorted Allies, Licorice Balls. Lush's Molasses Kisses, Peertess Chocolate Toasted MarBlimellows and Virginia' ggg IDEAL FOR SUMMER TRAVEL Matting Suit Cases, 24 inch size, light and durable. The ideal Travelling Case for Summer. fn Sals Price SPECIAL SALE OF SHEET MUSIC 1 Sheet Music, 200 copies of Popular Numbers to go on sale at per copy..................... Chews. Per pound FAIAI 1 Mrs S ', HOI avenue N., is inst reccned news irom England iat her nepluw Lieut J. Parker, as killed in action in France 1st oi Julv This voung man is .-ell known in Edmonton having on- recenth graduated from the Uni- ersitj of Vlberta He was in tne Coins ind was killed while Eh ting in tin. air hauns chased a hostile machine right into German Musical Programme QRPHEUM "Orpheum Rag" "Merry Wives of Windsor" "H Trovatore" Dvqrik (Mr Moulton) 1916 HIU- Also Late Rajs and Songt. territory. In this gallant exploit he received" four wounds and had to des- cend in the enemies' lines. His fate came to tlic-.lwwlcilgc of, his com- rades in a. .very singular imanncr. They learnt" it through tlie chiv- alrous the German Fly-, .ing Corps, -ifmemhtr-of'v.-hisli 'drop: pcd a message in the British lines, conveying the news that the young lieutenant had died in the German hospital. Ah. English paper speaks of Lieutenant Parker as follows "Second Lieutenant I'arkcr was only 25 age, and his untime- ly death'cuts short; what' promised to be a successful career, h'otli in the military service as well as in civil life He might he said to have been born in the. his father being at the lime in the 'L1 Battery of the Royal Horse Artillery, then station- ed 'at Woolwich. He won a county scholarship? irom an school there, and subsequently went to Roan school at Greenwich- There ic won another scholarship which sc- oured him in StM'aul s Col- lege at Cheltenham. On the comple- tion of his term at Cheltenham Col- lege, Mr. Parker, as of course he was then, went to Canada as a school- master, and by his own exertions se- cured a place in, and'passed through, the University of Alberta. On the outbreak of: war he came back to England and enlisted in the Public Schools and University. Corps, join ing the 20th, (Service, Battalion) nova) Fusiliers. He went through Sandhurst Military College, and sub- TRAIN CANADIANS 'IN BRITAIN Winnipeg, '.Man., Aug. The Free Press' Ottawa cor- respondent'says: "The seriousness of-the ex- change situation as it affects British-American financial re- lations is auQh that it is very probable, that, the future will ree'eive most of their preat Britain. Present., indications point to a speedier movement of troops to the side than has characterized the plans of the Militia deuart- meiit in the past. sequently received', a commission in the King's Own Loyal Lancashire Regiment. He soon afterwards went to the front, where he was attache! to the 4th Royal Flying fequadron, and Flying Corps, His father is Battalion Sergeant-Ma ior in the same regiment as that in which deceased was .given a commis- sion, which is Salisbury Plain shortly." TELEPHONE 605 Avoid harsh purgatives for children. The ideal laxative is Rexall Orderlies. Sold only by J. D. HigilibqUiam Co.. Limited, The Rexall Store, lOe, 2oc and 50c boxes.r-Advertisement.' Medicine Hat Crops Will YieldHecivily o o o b o -0 til MO fcr Mtwl tl" maMpto" will charm no other play or picture ever did! SecauM It's the most thrilling, re.lmllc, h..rt-gnpping story dashed bwilrtlng Lotlle Picklord i, M th. Curomings, CorkM the hero. Great playl Oieol catll "The Diamond From the Sky" earned fit st prize in the recent pho- toplay contest. Now you are olfeted i For a Suggestion! Medicine Hat, .Aug. IS.-Wheat in I he Medicine Hat district will yield 30 to''10 bushels to tlie'acrc. Oats w.1.1 yield'80-to 100 bushels. Other grains arc not far.' enough ad- vanced to pass upon. Flax'and rye look excellent. Five per cent, of the crop, is cut. Seventy-live per cent, of tlie stand- ing'crop should be or in the course of cuttiiiK.ioper'itions... Bv Monday all 'oats in j Ihc'dislricl will Jic the bmdCi t Dehss in starting tutliii? P'f cnt i dangeroif: aspect lirgc percent ace of the wheat nrlds stindmt, ire] deid ripe and the dancer of shelling out is facing the nriner when he legms to the hew 5 shores Ihrir nimciou hindlingb hi fore his gran iv bifcly in 1m flu. ihoT lie few of 'he (uls named on Hit hoard of tl ido trips to the surrounding dlbtrut Mrs. Pennefather is spending a few days in Macleori. Mrs. isTinimons, Misses Beryl and Dora Nimmons returned on Wednes- day night from Banff. .Mrs. G. W. Robinson has received a supply of wool, which may be ob- tained from hex residence on TueS: days and Fridays. Build wish to acknow ledge and the Red' Cross so ciety for the beautiful flowers sent to Gait Hospila') today. Mr. Max Palmer of Calgary is visit- ing at the home of Ills .uncle, Mr. S Shepherd. Mr and Mrs. Dimock of Windsor, NS who have been spending a few days in the city, left this morning for Warner to visit their son, who is on the staff of the Bank of Commerce tllere' The net proceeds from the garden party held last week at the home oi Mrs. E. N. lliginbotham were ?71.oO. After tlie expenses have been deduct- ed the money will be divided betwen the Women's Auxiliary of St. Angus- tin's and the Nursing Mission. jlrs I Jnckson entertained at a 'dciichtful children's party vestcr- dav afternoon for her daughter, The little guests were Kat i- and Kclith Margaret Jack- son, Elizabeth Taylor, Hcfcn Mac- Kilion, Myrtle Hose, Thelrna Alii- s-on, Theodora Ostlulid, Kathleen and Elcdcia Levitt. 'I'lie regular meeting ol the Alex- imlcr Gait Tliaptef, 1: 0. D. K., was leld yesterday afternoon in the Y.M. with 25 members present.. .Ar- rangements were made ior Flag Day which is to be 'held .Saturday, Sept. tin, when ievery .member, of the. organ- ization is expected to-do' their share. The proceeds will br used for the pa- triotic work that the chapter is do- ing. The tea room at the Hudson's Bay has been in charge of the Chapter every Friday since the beginning of Juls'. It was decided .pro- ceeds of one Friday a month be giv- en to the Patriotic Fund. The splendid sum of was clear- ed from selling ice cream at the Old- Timurs1 picnic. Mrs. A. Reid, while yoilo, with touches of Dresden silk anil black velvol; Mrs. Haze'il, stately gowned in black satin; Mrs. Guilbault, accor- deon-pleated sky blue crepe-cle chine; Mrs. Keiiogs, flowered voile, witll pa'ie blue girdle; Mrs.-W. Scott, hand- soine gown of grey satin. It is expected that the society will profit by over from this delight- ful affair. Mr. Arthur Reid was kept busy taking the tickets and money. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mrs Hammond, England; Mrs. Stew- art 'Belleville; Mrs. W. C. Ives, Pm- clie'r- Creek; Miss Toiile, Toronto-, Mrs Fawnes, Conrad, Mont.; Miss Shepherd. Miss' Davidson, Assinlboia; Miss McAndrews, Ret, law- -Mr -C.- Tainter, Taber: ..Mr. Sturgeon, Taber, and Mr. Palmer, Cal- gary. SERIOUS 'CHARGES' MADE _ San "Franciicor la.-Allega-'r; tions that the imperial German con- sulate, and A. Carnegie BrrU.1 ish consul at San Francisco, urnishv ed a quarter of a million dcllars din fectly or indirectly to men. mdloted. for violations of the neutrality of thei-- United Slates, arc made in ments made public today by John Preston, United dutnct at- torney. PROHIBITION MAJ.OBIT.Y Prohibition carried in the province of Iri a nmorvU of 20 788 I hat the Anal official sUt- mcnt of the socrctin at the cx-cu tnc council in I dmonlon Ihc total polled was Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Wilt KILL MOOEFUE5 THAN v, OF STICKY HV CATCHER The Lethbridge branch of the Red Cross Society were responsib'ie for the most enjoyable danee that has been held in the city for some time, when they entertained last evening at Hie Chinook club, kindly loaned for the occasion. In the large en- trance hall, decorated with palms and low bowls peas, Mrs. J. A. ackson, wife of Judge Jackson, pre- ident of the society, in pale [link sat- ng, veiled with heavy ecru lace; Mrs. Reeve, vice-president, wearing a ovely hand-embroidered voile gown vith touches of mauve, and ivirs. W. D. L. Hardie, in emerald green satin, vith overdress of gold-beaded net, -re- ceived the guests, who numbered dose on two hundred. .The bil'iiard room, which was clear- ed for dancing, was gaily decked with Ihe insignia of the order, the flags of the Allies, streamers of tri-colored paper, palms and rustic baskets of garden flowers hanging from the el-1 ectroliers. A programme of twenty dances was greatly enjoyed, to the strains of. Needs' orchestra, which was stationed in the hall. The reading room, witll its large easy chairs, was used for sitting put, and here sweet peas of every hue and eymsoulialia were used effectively. who did not care for danc- ing played cards upstairs in a room especially reserved for that purpose. belore midnight a dainty supper was served in the. grounds and verandah of the club, which were appreciated, thanks to the weather man, and thnir beauty fur- ther enhanced by colored lights strung among the trees and vines. The members of the committee, in jhnrge of the aflair, who were pre- senl, were: Mrs. Donnan, wearing .a stunning gown of lihck lace with diamente tlluiming Mrs G Robertson in a daint} green Honored with trimmings of black Mrs R S Stnith m peal blue figured mafqlns ette Mrs Seitle wearing a becom ing gown of black Je' and net Mrs nt black' and white striped eolienni, wltb point face adornment, YOUR Apricots, per case make no mistake when you bus here Clean Fresh Peaches, per case Quality and PriMS Prunes, per case Vs Pluitts, per basket Right. B C Tomatoes, basket .ooc Peaches, per basket Ham per pound 15c Pears, P'cr, dozen Eicon sliced 35e Grape Fruit, 3, for sliced per pound 30c Lemons, per dozen am whole per pound 24c Oranges, dozen. 25c, 40 and Butter pound 30c .Bananas, per dozen Special Corji, B. C.. per dozen nound 45c Potatoes, 25 pounds pound pail Toe Cabbage, per pound 1 Oreen Onions, -2 ibnnclies. pound pail V J5 "orn Flalces, 3 for 25c Celery, per pound Wheat, 2 for 26c per pound 1 Cucunvbers, each S, 6, 8 and 10c Van Camp's Soups, 2 Soap. 11 ban 50e Lifebuoy Soap, 11. 'bars 50c Macaroni, 2 packages C. autl G. 12 bars 45c Cheese, per pound Dutch, 3 tins ._. .-25c Gong Soups, per package Water Glasses, dozen 3 tins Clover Leat Cups "and Saucers Per dozen C Cleanser 3 tifl" Black Knight Shoe Polish Cups and Saucers, pUin white, Per dozen tins for 2 in I Shoe Polish 3 tins S6o Shoe 'Brushes each 25c Baking Powdor, Brushes each 18 ounces Brushes each 25c Baking Powder, Dr. Price's; 'We, Per tin Lines each ZOc Baking Powder. Egg'o; Clothes Pins 4 doz We Seeded Raisins, per pkg lOe ounce tin Baking Sodn. pkg. ...5 and Starch. 3 for Monl- and Glass Frait Jellies Molasses, per till Regal Salt, on 20c sale two for 26c Grape 25-45 and Glass Custard Pow Raspberry Vinegar, regular 2oc, on per Pickling bmcc Per pkg 10c Celen Seed per pound 76c Vinegar, per .gallon Butter Crocks H 1 2 3 and f gallon, per gallon 26c Phone 515 _______ noMlNlON ;