Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATUIIDAY, AflGUST 21, 1918 THE LETHHIMD.GE DAILY PAGE SEVEN SATURDAY NIGHT AT RYLANDS TONIGHT ONLY 20 Per Cent. Off on Silks ami Satins 20 Per Cent. Off on Dress Goods. 10 Per Cent. Off on Cottons, Towellings and Flannelettes 10 and Prints tonight for....'-. ..8C Ladies'. Cotton Hosiery, special 2oc lines, in black only. Toniglit per pair v-.r Many special lines not advertised T.'ill be on sale Tonight, 7 to 10 only. RYLANDS CO. WHEN USING WILSON'S 'N FLY PADS READ DIRECTIONS V, CAREFULLY AND, FOLLOW One-Cent Fare is Proving Successful Tiic one-cent rare Inr chililrrh to Henderson lakr, is proving a big sui> ccss, according lo Commissioner Uciil. Over 2flll children arc taking advantage of I hi" (arc every day tn spend the hot afternoons at the wa- ter's edgn, and ttiis means, of course, that' tht aduit tnillic has also in- creased. The "Red Linn" i.s (he pop- ular one and ineidenta.l.y, tiic .profit- able one. New apparatus for the amusement of (lie children is iiriiiK installed at the grounds, including swings pend- ant from a huge wheel which is proV- g popular. A German agriculturist has- devel- oped a method of fibrous inner bark of hop vines; for use in the manufacture o.f cordage. State to Control Wheat in Norway London, Aug. Renter dis- patch from Christiana says Ihat the Norwegian parliament has agreed up- on a proposal to establish a tempor- ary state monopoly of wheat. HUMOR RUSSIAN PREMIER WILL QUIT London, A'UE. are cur- rent in Duma circles in Petrograd, according to a dispatch to the Times, that Premier Goremykltt will resign with the title of Count, and be suc- ceeded by'Minister of Agriculture Kn- voshein, whose place will be taken by Count Ignatieff, a member of the council of empire. 'f ff INLAND'REVENUE INCREASE Ottawa, Ont, Aug. collections of the Inland Rev- enue department for the month of totalled as compared with .for the same period last yaar, an increase, of The in- crease is ill a large part made up of the new war taxes, the amount collected under that head being S92.434. STORM WARNINGS ON GREAT LAKES Chicago, 111., Aug. warn- ings were issued today by every Un- ited States life-saving station on the Great Lakes. Miss Dalrymplc is visiting Mrs. K. Hudson o( Maple Creek. 0. r'. Comer, of Calgary, i.s the guest of her sister, Mrs. Living- stone. Mr. Jimmie Wallm-n leaves today to resume his studies at [.eland Stan- ford University, California. Mrs Grcgij, of Toionto, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Allison, for a 1m- days. Miss Rcryl Mmrnmr; has returned from Kdmonton, when1 .she completed an art course at tin- Mimmer school. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Wilson have re- turned from a trip to the I'acific coast. Messrs. J. li. Turni-v. II. W. Craw- ford, and A. 1.- I'.inmm left last night for a trip U> Pacific- coast cit- ies. Nurse Noble of Tabor, sisler of .Mrs. J. R. Fletcher, -has. accented the sunerintendency bt the Grassy Lake General hospital. Mrs. Hohert with her two children, of Melville, Sask., arr visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lientley. Wed like to send you a sample of this pure es- sence of soap in flakes, A wonderful preparation that .coaxes rather than forces the dirt out of .clothes. LUX gives a rich, cream-like lather which dainty hands and garments need never fear. It pre- vents all fabrics from matting and shrink ing in the wash. LUX Won't Shrink 10c. Send a post-card to-day for free, sample of LUX. Try Peaches and Cream Use ripe peaches; peelv.j and cut in thin slices! sprinkle with Corn Flakes' ahd add a little cream' at serving if desired- A dainty dish fit for a Queen 1 TOASTED CORN Made in Canada by. Lever Brothers Limited. Toronto. E. What Farmers Want Now! Plymouth D7d 550ft. 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Gaterman Patent Grain Lifters Cushnian 'Binder Engines bSri "Taggart" New Improved Portable Grain Elevators Capacity 750 Bushels per Hour. liRON WHEEL COOK TRUCKS, STUDEBAKER AND ADAMS WAG- ONS, GRAIN TANKS, METAL GRANARIES, GRAIN SACKS, POTATO SACKS, SEWING TWINE Grain Shippers, representing Parrish and' Helmbeokar, Winnipeg and Fort Prices received dajly. BEATTYBROS, ROPE HAY SLINGS CARRIED IN CARRIERS, LITTER CARRIERS, IRON STALLS AND STABLE FITTINGS. Phone Your Orders or Call and See Us! Realty Co., Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta Ernest A. Sharman, Manager Phone 1173 Olficc anil Warehouse, 1202 1st Avc. S. Mr. J. K. Fox, of Vancouver, is spending a few days with his broth- pr-in-law. Mr. G. Stacey, wroute to and Winnipeg. Mrs. Robinson. Mrs. Downer, Mrs. and 'Miss Xiinmons were in charge of the tea room, yesterday af- ternoon, at the Hudson's Bay. The Red Cross Society wish to thank all those who so kindly loaned, donated or helped in any way to make the dance of Thursday night the success it was. Some of the. ladies of St. Mary's church are holding a whist drive in St. Mary's parish hall Tuesday even- ing at eight ox-lock. All members and friends are cordially invited. [-Ton. -I. M. Nelson, member of Con- gress at Washington, D. C., and Mrs. C. K. Zink, of Madison. Wis., are I visiting their brother, Mr. Leonard Nelson, at thr. Victoria Mansions. Calgary Albertan The Calgary ricnds of Dr. and Mrs. Bell of Pass- iurg, are congratulating them on.the ijrth of a son on Thursday. Mrs. Sell was woil known in the city as Miss Emily Munns. Charles Samuel Hester, of C-ran- irook. and Miss Bessie Fraucklin, of Crest on, were married, in Cranbrnok his week the H of the English church. Mr Hester is a well known'.-rancher" K K C forirerlj of the Bank of Commerce staff ut; recently.' transferfed aw branch, has enlisted for': overseas seme? with the CMR at Cal a-ry Corporal T R Brewer of the K livisfon; aria his bride, %ho .ha-ye isitmg Air and Mrs returned to Lethbridge veeter The Corporal Js I nown in Itber having had charge here about 'ive years- Times. Mr and 4 J Barassm Bu lulh stieet Chathkm Ont announce the engagement of their third diugh er Hainttt -Vda (LH1) to Mr lam Milton Lau son of Chatham son of tht? late. Mr and Airs John Larson of Ont The marriage will take place early in September. Many Lethbridge friends will learn' with regret of the -death of Mrs. Mc- Hullo.ugh, who was a-resident of Leth- iridge when her son was with the Bank of Montreal here, and has since :jeen a frequent visitor to the city. The Reg'ina Leader says: "The sad news reached this city yesterday of the death at Kelbwna, B.C., of a former vrell-Jknown Regiua resident, Mrs. W.-'T. McCullou'gh. a sister of Mrs. A. F. Angus, Vic- toria avenue. Mrs. McCullough pass ed away on Tuesday, August 37, fol- lowing a two-days' her death coming as a great shock to her rela- tives and friends. Deceased was well known in Regina, having resid- ed in this city for many years, mak- ing her home with --Mr. and Mrs. An "Mrs, is survived by one who Is with the Bank of Montreal, at Kelowna. Hugh was a member of the local staff of the Re. gina branch of the Bank of Montreal for a dumber of years, and Mrs. Me- Ouilo.ijgh went west with him when he was moved to a western branch of the bank, later: going to Kelowna.' HOLDROOK BUWN JO AllCtNBRADY III BOSS :ORPHEUM LAST TIME TONIGHT Appoint Constable forHenderson Lake of the fact that incorrigible hoys'and are inclined fo mis behave at Henderson lake, and, also lo Vcnt-their destructive tendencies upon ,property there, "the. police commission 'at its sitting yesterday afternoon, decided.to engage a man whd will combine cl police constable on .the at. the lale, and those of janitor" for1 tfic public luifdings there. The commission is convinced that sonic .-such' an official is needed at the .grounds. FIND HUN SHELLS IN VANCOUVER HOME Vancouver, B.C.; Aug. British ammunition case containing about 500 German cartridges .with soft-nosed bullets was removed by the Vancou- ver police, from a today, where it had been found in the base- ment by a woman who recently mov- ed in. The ammunition case was of the regular British army type, and bore the date 1901, but the shells were of German manufacture, having been made at Karlsruhe, and were stamped with dates varying from 18S2 to 1889. Amateur Photographers! IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST RESULTS'r'ROM AND HIGH_ GRADE PRINTS, TO A. Evlyn Smith STUDIO 906 Third Avenue South. DROWNED IN NOSE CREEK Aug. Levi: Evans, C.P.R. bridge foreman, Bmli Tilta, laborer, were yesterday swept to their deaths In the flood -wa- ters of Nose Creelt, which, transform- ed into a torrent by tierce overnight rains, threatened bridges, flooded shacks, -wrecked kitchen gardens, and. did material damage. ONTARIO SEPARATE BRITISH POSSESSION London, Aug. 30 Under the slat- tes relating to the faculty of medi- cine, tile province of Ontario is de- clared, by order-in-council, to he a separate British .ROSEession, to which the second part of the Medical Act of 1886 shall be applicable. The effect of this order, said the secretary of the Medical Council, .is that all On- tario physicians, who 'are duly quali- fied and licensed, will now be entitled to register and practice anywhere in the United Kingdom. KRUPPS EMPLOY GIRLS Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. ficial figures show that on June 1 ab- out 5001) young women were employed nt the Krupp works at Essen, as com- pared with 3320 on January 1. The whole number of employees on June 1 is not given. On January 1 the to- tal was exclusive of the em- oyees in the associated mining and in the ammunition works in other parts of Germany, owned by the Krupps.