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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ftlDAY, AUGUST 21, 191-1 THE LETHHIUWGE DAILY PAGE FIVH 'St6re At The 1 at 10 Royal Nets .25c Whlto. full yards wide, regu- lar -lOc yard. Linen TowelsJScJPi'. Good size Bleached Huek Lin- en. Saturday only. 'llair Nets, the very best grade, all Hair Pins, Fasten- ers, Hooks aria Eyes, regular 5 and lOc each.1 iKtUi? Large stye, Boil Quilts, sky blue Honeycomb style. Sample Vests, with ana without and 25c. A stjtcial line of Balbrig- Lmu Drawers, wide knee. Ladtes' Combinations, Jersey Hb, 34 to 38, regular 75 and SSc. ____rjn moke, brand new lot; Jline cashmere, 14 to 18 sizes. CrochetGotton _ Clark's Anchor Cotton, sold everywhere -2 for 16c. Radium Si'.lc; Hoot Hose, Lisle Top, Black only. Kid Gloves at .jjgc White Kid Colored Kid. 6% to Gli, reg. and ?1.50. bit-lit Weight Cprseta, medium bust.'all sizes, regular Balance of Empress Puinjia anil Oitords, .regular S4.50 and 10.00. Satin U'sidrts "Colored Satin Petticoats, bright shades, and ?3.00. .Balance oi our Children's Light Coats, ?4.50 to JC.'OO. WhileSkirts A. clean up in White Wash Blfirts, J1.50 to Boys' Wh Sn jts J1.5Q Little Prtcco Wash SuiU..Jast colors, last time tomorrow, Crib blankets .30e "Alliilo F.iabriJiilored Waists also Colored Print Waists. I.iamask Nnnklns. Blightly Imperfoct, regular 30c each. White Flette Crib Blankets, colored each.'. Men's 5 fgr Men's Fine Cashmere or Color- ed Lisle up to 40c CoI'd -Ratines oOc Yd. Men's Kterchlels 5c ca Fink Sky, Rose. 40 inch Dress Fine quality White Cambric Ratine, vnloe. Kerchiefs THE BUSY STORE Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Mr lllack oi the, Calgary ipost. of-, fight being present. Arter being open- fice staff, is spending a couple of. in the usual manner, the sccre- wesks' vacation with Mrs. William bry's report was read and adopted. Francis, Westminster iinrsormEC- 'n e t-rrasurcr's wa3 Ulc'n v Itched with great applause, as the It-polite of day were most grati- Jliss Thompson, of Calgary, wno r has been visiting Miss Hoit, returns home, tonight. Mr. Arthur Morgan, son of Inspec- tor and .Mrs. Morgan, left yesterday to attend Normal school in Calgary. Mrs. C. F. P. Conyheare will be 1 lostess at the city tennis courts to- Mr. Uoicrtson, of the Bank o! Com- merce DtaK at Oranum, spent yester- day with friends in the city. Tik- srcretary told the nli'etihfi that flajs were donated by Mrs. R. I'. Hectc, Mrs. Downer, Jlr. A. Iligin- Inspector Lhulsay and Mr.- and era' Trust Co., a St. Louis concern that owns stock in many small town banks In tho southwest, was filed in thij Circuit Court here, today. Look for this Trade-Marie sSS When your back aches; when your eyes are pufry, your hands and feet rheu- matic it's apt to be ssfious. Take in time! A shart treatment with this rem- edy wiirdo wonders to relieve the condition. They purify tho give you a good appe- tite and a clear, healthy skin, N. E. D. A. Kidney Pills will give vsllef or your money bo refunded. Guarantee ;svith every packaRO, M Sold exclusively. Clubs and SocieUes buying Hags, and .by the donations already acvuowledg'ed C through the press. Carried. i-.-.-. Acting-Secretary. A. BUCHANAN, Tte "Alexander I. j 0. II. F.. appreciate 'deeply the read ness and enthusiasm with which the outside towns responded to call for co-operation. The amount contri- buted by each will be found in the report. In Raymond, Mrs: M. E. Rouse, Mrs. H. Kirliham and .Mrs. D. II. Kinsey of the Woman's- Institute, un- dertoo-'c the work. Flags were sold and refreshments served. In Magrath, -Mrs. Beaman and her committee canvassed .the town met with wonderful success. The women of Diamond City More Good Eating 1 pound can Monk Oust tin! Powder, assort-' cd, regular Royal Crov.-n Laundry Soap, per pfet......... Smith's 5-pound pail Jsm, regular OOc fl 3 Cans of 2 Cans Herring in Tomato Cans Ffencli Peas Wiltshire Bacon per pound Cream Soda Biscuits 4 Regular 2oc fa 1 a pound-pall 5 pound pffit Lard Demonstrating An Opportunity to Save on Shoes .10 pound Lard .'W Ladies' Ready-to Wear Ladies' Silk Poplin Under- skirts in colors sky, navy, saxe and Paddy green; lengths 3S ana 40 inches. Reg- 4 Special S Ladies' White Nainsook Night Dresses in slip over'and open front; and long sleeves trim- med with lase edging and yokes of embroidery, Reg. fl Special 2 ciy3 Ladies' Waists, made of Eng- lish Vesting in stripe and floral designs, .plain tailored styles. rath roil collar and long sleeves. Splendid waist for early Fall wear. Reguhir Special GROCERY DEPARTMENT Where Cake mads with Eggo Baking Powder be served. 3 Big Bargains from our House Furnishings Dept Beautiful rich colored Velours for Hangings and Draperies; tone of rose, blue, light and dark greens, CO inches wide, for per yard 100 only Rich Mats splendid variety of. colorings designs Superfine Scrims. AVe special- ize in these poimlar materials, in colors white, Arab, ivory and ecru shade. 3ij inches, Heg. for; per j'ard.. I v w A special for the working man Heavy Work Boot from specially selected leather, black only. Regular ff-'S Per pair B Smart Boots for Ladies, black and tan; Patent, Gimmetal and Vici Kid; button and lace, size 4 only. Regular Children's Tan Button Boots, plain toe and easy last, sizes 1 to Regular Per pair....... tJwtfl Men's Cotton and Lisle Half Hose, good assortment of col- ors. Regular 25c A ft (i pair 8 -WW Men's Balbriggan and Lisle Combinations, sizes 32, 34, 36 and 4U only, regular (SSSfv 51.00 USJb Men's Heather Mixed Half Hose in heavy Scotch Fingering Yarn, all sizes, regu- lar 5 for fl Men's Smart Tweed and Wor- sted Pants, hard wearing fab- rics, neat designs. d Regular 8 Specials Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose, black only, ffifrb 8% to 10, 3 pair 8 35 Fancy Collars, Jabots and Fischus. to each, for, each Richmond Roses per dozen........ Potted Ferns, Flowering Plants and Cut Flowers Gladiolus 3 Tor Antwerp Being Prepared For a Long Siege Amsterdam. 31. A corres- pr.iulcnt who left Antwerp this aftcr- nor.n and made his way over the Dutch frontier, telephoned later from I Roztndaal that Antwerp is being put _ j___ a state of dcioise. The woods are cut down over a wide area anil villas have been outside of the town to ait'ord no shelter to the work; m Stirling Mrs. j Germans. Commerce were most successful and t reported great generosity among the j In Spring Coulee Mrs. II. 13. Kelly Two fast steamers from the1 Dover and 'Ostcnd the Scheldt to take away the Queen and Royal family; and court. .Great herds of cat- lie which have driven in from the country are now. in the. park and everything is .being .uone to provi- sion" the The chamber is to in the Finnish opera house .and the senate in a Dutch .theatre. A party of French staff, officers who LESS MEAT Advice of Fsmily Physician. Formerly people thousht meat nn- cosanry for stroasth and muscular The man who worked hard was sup- posed to rauuiro meat two or three times a 'day. Science has found out differently." -It. is now a common thing for tho family 'physician to order less meat, as in the following letter from an Eastern man: "1 had suffered for yeara with dys- pepsia and nervousness. My physic- ian advised mo to ent less mont and greasy foods generally. I tried sev- eral things to take tho place of. ray usual 'breakfast, of chops, fried pota- toes, etc., but got no relief until I tried Crape-Nuts food. ''Aftcjr using Cj'rapc-Nutn for cereal part of my meals for two years, 1 a-.n now a well man. drapo-Nuts benefited my health fai than the medicine I had taken before.. ".My wife and children arc health- ier than they have been for years, and we are a very happy family, largely duo to'Grape-Nuts. "Wie have much benefited by Grape-Nuts Hint tt bo un- grateful not to acknowledge it." Name given by. Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont. Road "The lioad to In pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever raad the above letter? A new one appears from time to tlms. They arc genuine, true, and full of human interest. in 'Monarch Mrs. Urch, and in I country outside of_ the HarJievHIe Nrs. James Livingston has and Mis. McMillan. FLAG DAY RECEIPTS AND D1S- HURSEM15NTS Receipts Proceeds from sale of flags S751.C2 Proceeds subscriptions i through press i Contrihutio'n from Rctlawj.. 33.00' Contribution from Stirling.. Contribution from Spring Coulee 'Contribution from Majrath Contrihnliou irom Monarch Contribution from Rayinond Contribution from Diatno'nd City and Commerce Contribution from llanlie- villc fl.263.17 Extra contributions Disbursements I To the Hospital Ship LolhbridRC Mrs. John Kcan 10.00 Contributor 1-00 Raymond 311-00 Mograth 73-00 H-r.l-cvillc S.OO Dhihond Oily and Commerce aO.OO i CLEANING THEM (JP Washington, Aus. capture of two German Halisa liners, I the Rheinfeis from New York and the Wnrturm from Antwerp was reported ito the state department today by the The Hamburg-American steamer Al- esia was seized by POPE PIUS' SISTER SUFFERS FROM SHOCK London, Aug. erroneous statement was made puTjiic in London late last night, and telegraphed to New York that Anna Sarto, si3ter of the late Pope Pius X., had died in Rome shortly after the passing away of her brother. Shock, caused by the Pon- tiffs end. was given as the cause. It appears today that this report was the result of telegraphic error, which occurred in the transmission of a des- patch from Rome. The Pope's sister is alive, although suffering from shock. She was already indisposed Ivhen the Pontiff was taKen ill, and yesterday she was obliged to take to her bed. She is under the care of DJ .London, Aug. 21, i.48 Prince of Wales' YiatSsaeJkH today reached a immediately upon her arrival at Kan To the lied Cross I.clhlrMsc fiO.OO Hanlicviile S.OO and Commerce 25.00 llaarath Sii.OO .vni .Hospital fehip scs 51. >7 i-nml Total ilishursemcnts 105.W I. D. Starncs, Treasurer. Alexander Clalt Chapter, I. 0. D. E. gleaming silver and the sparkle and absolute cleanliness of all table best festered by the use of Sunlight Soap. It makes linen as white as driven never harms a thread of the finest fabric ever loomed. For washing .silver and china nothing else can compare. A JD.OOO guarantee says there is nothing in Sunlight V which should not lie the kind way it treats your bauds is another proof of its purity. Sold by all grocers ;