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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST T H E 1, K 'f H B RID G E DAILY HE R A L D PAGE SEVEN Ryldnds Sells it Fot Less SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAIN WST Sheetings, 72 inches wide, tonight 10 Large Royal Hair Nets for 25C .Sample of Ladies' Vests up to 25c. j Qg Ladies' Combinations, 75c and 85c 50C Kid Gloves, white or tan.Jjjjfo 1 Jlose, 3 f Hair Pins, BoinerFastenerSj Hooks and Ryes, 3 for y VV :.vV f: 1 Large Linen :i pair Pure Damask Table Napkins, each. fCJQ Colored Satin for. P. C. 'Corsets, last time tonight. Children's Hose Sup'ers, black ojrwliite Ladies' "Hose Supporters, toniglk The "Aristocrat" Barrettes, 25c for'..'. 150 yards Checked Tea Towelling, yaril gg Pillow Slips, ready to use, each Men's Kerchiefs, Avliite only Men's Gauntlet Gloves, tonight only... 5 pairs Llama Wool or Lisle Socks j1 1.00 These bargains are for tonight only Mylands Co. THE BUSY STORE New should be done with two escaped prisoners ot war, Germans who reached this port as stowaways in a United Fruit Steam- er, raised a'problem today for the solution of the Washington govern- ment. Tltcy are now in the custody of the Immigration officials at Ellis Island awaiting the word from Wash- ington as to thojr fate. The pair were put ashore at K ngston, Ja- maica, with other German sailors, at the order ol the -llritish military, au- thorities thero and imprisoned. N'ew bars amounting to have been withdrawn from the assay office. It is believed that the gold was destined for Ottawa. San United States torpedo boat destroyer Preblc itook a station today south-west oi Alcatraz commanding the entrance the- Golden Gate. She is maintaining neutrality, and- until t her mission will be .to sec that--; the .tramp steamer.Mazatlan, noyv under Hhe Mexican flag., hut biyncd by the German shipping, firm' of Frederick Jensen- and company, does not put to sea with 500 tons of sacved coal, be- lieved to lie consigned to the. German eriiiEcr Leipzig. Clearance has been refused the Mazatlan. StL in the Russian capital runs on in the ordinary way. The streets, cafes, and amuseirrsst places axe as crowded as ever. No. military, precautions have taken. The food supply is de- scribed as plentiful. AN0S The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes arid irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases .by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle 'applications of Cuticura Ointment. CuHrarsKOMiaixlOlnlnwnt .old tlrooihont thoworlrt. A liberal sample; or esclt.vjth 32.ujKo booklet on the care and trratrceot or tbo skin and Address mici Dtus Clem surance of the German writers, even New Every ship .that sails these of the German general stall, out nf this -port- for English points, the" Germans have not obtained any sails light. The liner Celtic left yes- Of decisive-advantages they count- tcrrlay with 500 tons of foodstulTs ed-upon. Moreover, the enemy has wtan she could have carried not abie-to-carry the war into TAKING MORE.LVOLUNT.EERS _i___ Mac- Kay of Ferriie Inspected the'active ser- }ice volunteers here today, and was highly pleased with thc'r efficiency fo the' aeligut'.pf; tie- boys, he an- nounced that he would take forty or more, Instead of twenty. Also two companies of the E. K. Regiment will be- formed here for home service. .-yTho Colonel appointed Walter Ciiambers lieutenant, and A. T. Un- (TerMll sergeant. social notted about-51200 for the war fund. correspondent vpf the Router Telegraph Co at Amsterdam quotes an official despatch received there aMflllows "That is free ot all hos tile ships is confirmed by repeated ri. connoitermg of tire German navy up to the Finnish] gulf New been marie both in Paris and London for the payment of coupons due her 1 on franc Cen- tral Pacific loan of 1911; and the Union Pacific refunding sterling loan. (.This announcement was made todajr by Kuhn, Locb Co. The- Kroonlaud left the other day Out territory." with tons and room for j more. Others of the. 13 ships >of the j Tire French anil International Alerchant Marine have left port riding high in the- water. Warehouses' around New York are choked with -supplies.. o Rus- sian have designated ves- sels to be used entirely to aid wound- sick and shipwrecked persons in -the Hague conven- LoMoh-Ehglan with grain, according well supplied j to estimates conformity with oentral Ncws dent an offlda! dE_ Mrs. John Home and four sons and motored to the Waterloo Lakes to enjoy a week's holiday. o Tomorrow at the morning service in Knox church, the following elders will be inducted Jlessrs. Aird, Die- Oliver, Ilohertson and Terrill. Miss Genevieve Ha'irahan and Miss Katharine Dunne, who have been on an extended visit at the coast cities, expect to leave Seattle next Tuesday en route home. Mr. W. T. Williams has returned to Medicine Mat from Calgary, by mot- or via Lethhridge. The marriage will take place, on Wednesday next, of Miss May Wal- lace and Mr. I.celand Stratford Rip ley, both of UHhbridge. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Fuller, ol Toronto, and Mrs. Preston, of Winni- peg, are guests'with the Misses Daw- deii, Fourth Mr. Wrigglesworlh, formerly o! the local stafi of the''Merchants Bank who'Was transferred to Stettler from LethbrMgc, is now on the staff of the Edmonton brancn. Mrs. J. W. Owen' left yesterday for Calgary, where she will join her cous- n, .Miss Wild of Iowa in a party to notdr to Edmonton and Banff. Mrs. P. Hamilton Mewburn of Cal- ;ary entertained informally at bridge Thursday for Mrs. J. 0. Wilson of Lelhbridge. Miss Mabel Hulton and bar cousin, Miss Jessie Hulton of Kingston, have returned to Calgary from Pincher Creek, where they were visiting Mr. and Mra. Cumberland. Miss MacAffee, who has been visit- ing her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ait-ken asserts yesterday for her home in New ternatlcaal Merchant Marine This due to the'-diversion to British ports, of large cargoes in bottoms bound, for continental ports at outbreav o! the. war. the that a Russian army, composed twenty army will carry invasion ol Prussia under 1 direction of Grand Duke Nicholas. and Mr. and Mrs.-D. A. Simpson, Mr. end Mrs. W. P. Roy have re turned from a motor trip to cap- land Mountain View, where via -Duke Michael, tain oi a Swedish steamer which has the younger brother of the Russian just arrived frpm-'-'Libau, tells the Mr." ami Mrs J "li Ross" Emperor, has left for St. Peters-j following story "W the bombardment Of this city. burg. Steamship traffic between Fin- of the by the German! land arid Sweden has been resumed, fleet: they spent ths past few days usiting A'.....' fornjerly "It was Mrs. H. P. W. Forstcr of .Medicine K_nn i. Re Ison' ano K ay evening v Amsterdam Notable activity is'the rain oi nretiSgan, to fall on have bera 7 evidenced among tho German-aircraft city. The townspeople were, thKnyn'' d why fly frequently over Holland. A into a panic. They ran into passed over Zcvcnaar today. I streets and other open, places because Dutch soldiers shot at it and the j their houses wcrG burning. dirigible disappeared over the Ger-j "Fifteen womeiu who. were seated man Zeppeliii oflew on a pile of all killed by Mrs. Wolley-Dod entertained at two over Maastricht last night and tol- the explosion pi a single shell. The tables of bridge this afternoon, m lowed the road to Meqcena, afterward: iomtardmcnt continued for twoj ol Jlrs. J. 0. Wilson, of Leth disappearing. wiows. Many buildings and bridges bridge, the other guests beng official news bulletin is- After Supper Sale 7.30 1O.OO I This Hour Sale has grown so. popular that we wilt in I I future offer the public even better inducements than we have I' I heretofore. .1 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Short Kid Gloves retailing at 75c to per pair. Previous to all New Gloves coming----- iu for fall season, to btf cleared at, each......... Ladles' Corsets, made of coutil, perfect fitting and up-to-date models; low bust, very long hip and back, four hose sup- M AW porters, sizes from 19 to 30, reg. Special Saturday.. 40C Girls' Vlci Kid Fine School Shoe, Patent Tips, but- toned, and sizes 11 to 2, regular for A few .odd lines .of Girls' Dresses, made of Ginghams, Prints and natural colored linens in sizes 12, 14 and 16, all good styles. Regular up to J2.7iJ. Saturday special Deautiful all wool Honeyconvb Baby Shawls in white, OC_ cream, sky, pink and red. reg. Special............ 93C 50c .p-to-date 49c Prints 85c Beautiful Cretonnes, just three pieces in all, rich color- ings, 31 inches wide. Saturday- night per yard Gut Flowers, each A 8c 5c .Bob Boy Cigars. 4 Mixed Nuts, per pound ,v........ Apples, 5 ppimds Oranges, per dozen Large size Oranges, per dozen Tungsten Lamps, 40 Watts, a limited number- Saturday Bight 25c 19c 25c 20c 35c 29c The Hudson's Bay Co. s one of them, in connection the state convention of the Y.JI.C.A. at Owasso, Mich.: "We heartily congrat- ulate the executive on securing the ervices of so-distinguished and gifted a speaker as.the. Scottish orator. His icturec on "Catching. "Tho eper In the and "The Vlarriuge of Isaac and were iot onlr appreciated by the delegates, mt the people {of our city were truly delighted. The Alexander Gait Chapter Mrs. Kenned; I Pcrial Daughters of tht Empire (were deslrorert." Im- inet in the "i M 0 A yestetaav afternoon Ten new members were, enrolled, and se ei names proposed for member ship. Mrs. L. M. Johnstone and Mrs. W R. -Seatle. were .appointed a com- mittee to get information regarding classes for first aid to the; -Injured, I ind Jlrs 1 rank Colpman a made J convener of a committee to keen Pasteurizing Milk and Cream Kills germs but does not injure the milk Ask your doctor The Lethbridge Creaiiiery Co., Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th St. South Lethbrldse. j cuu vuici guraib DL-ng uis 'convener oi :i committee to keen mi, j'Nafsmith, Mrs. H. JI.. Mewburn Mrs touch with the families of resemsts Second Wash The destruction oi the harbor works'.Sanders, Jits. W. H. Clark, Mrs. Mol-l by theTli'rcncli war ofTice. today at Hangow, Finland, by German war-1 vin and Mrs. WctherbM. Calgary says: 'ships is reported by the "Up to the twentieth day of the the steamer liiforst, which has French mobilization, despite the as- rived 'from Hangow. News Telegram. Good Times Ahead 'J'HE sudden breaking out of war caused many to "run to cover." Like the chicken on whom the rose leaf fell, some of us became a prey to fear and were ready to declare "the sky is falling." Now our vision is clearing, our alarm has fled, we hare recovered our poise and our cour- age. We are seeing, also, our opportunity. Swiftly and almost .overwhelmingly has come to us the perception of the fact that the com- petition "of Continental Eui-'vpc has been taken r- away. We are condition and an opportunity both tending advantage as a Country of industry, agriculturo and trade. Good times are ahead, if Canada and Canad- present opportunity for enlarging their industries aii'd trading. We must be careful We must have courage received orders from the port a lady. Mere it i A Maclood lady Writes her idea of "A lady is first authorities at Haugow co August 2 of all a true woman, true to her Gorl to njoor with the Butch coal steamer and to herself, modest, humble, seU- Clara across the entrance to the har- Rad refined, grateful for bor, for our ship was to he dyna-: however small, best'oweti up- mited in order to close the on caroiul to avoid and volunteers, who'have gone to the front. Airs P .vener oi orrcSpoiKiing ttest committee, permanent ami several refreshment minor com- mittccs were appointed. An adjourned meeting will, he held next "Ihnrsdat it -i o clock in the M. c. A. The Willard W. C. T. U. met Thars- North Lloyd steamship .Brandenburg 'to others and readv to help all those j dav afternoon with a good jlpss blessed herself. Should rich- an'e in ;Vcstminster Church. Officer: .German cs hers, she will use them iviselv today and without cott. i Recording secretary Mrs. --puns- worth. Press Bricker. H.. Ingram, Two junior, .medal .contests iHlU-ba held in the near and plans of work for the year were outlined. Thanks arc given Mrs. more, tool: out clearance papers for they be denied, she will do the Norway, and will sail for that port that comes to her hand chcerfulh so doing win use t-iicra wisely were elected as follows: ostentation ShouiL some lime during.thfi day or tonight.i and with dignity and Incugh provisions have been taken: never lose casto.' on hoard to fetxl the for a year, ind she carries tons of coal. It is-ieporietl she will try to de- liycr the coal to German warships. Consign Your Cattl and Hogs Knight Co. '.and re c dive their lug-host market value. liberal Advances Made On Consignments Write or wire us for our Mar- ket Report and Quotation sheet We are in daily .touch with local and outside markets and 'fan to.your advan- .tage. C. Knight Co. CHARLES KNIGHT W, J. HYDE .Live Stock Commission Merch- ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calflary. F. 0. Box 1866. Phone E5544. Miss Angle Bawden was hostess nf a delightfully informal thimble tea yesterday in courtesy to Miss Edna Tripp, bride-elect. The guests hemmed dusters for they honor guest after which tea was served. peas hoautificd the dining table, where Mrs. 'J. R. F. Kin the assistants bping Miss Beryl Niinmuns, Miss Marguerite Hanrahun anil Miss Lucy Bawden. A vpry liappy feature, which the guests greatly enjoyed, was the pres- ence of Mrs. Smith, of Toronto, charmiiis olil lady of over eighty, who is toui'ing ihe west. Clubs and Societies Last Sunday, Rev, J. B. Plckel, pns- tor of the Christian church, the super- intendent of the Sunday school, and five other workers, organized a Bible school at bottom. Forty river bottom jjoop-Jc attended, and much Interest was shown. The or- ganisation was comnletecT Thursday evening, and this first mission school of the Christian church will meet each Sunday afternoon at'three o'clock. Af- ter the Bible study there "will be a reaching service each afternoon. 8 The Loyal Men's class of the Christ' ian church are making a special ef- fort to Increase their membership to one hundred. A goodly number are already enrolled. AH who are not tending any other class are cordially nvitdd. They meet each Sunday morn- Ing at 10.30 in the basement of the church, corner Third avemio. and Eighth street. :hose present will. have a special Teat In R. D. Dundonald, He is a noted lecturer.on'a variety of subjects and tepo First Bricker. tm Gil- ....___ ..._, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. F. P. attend- Coiiybear, Frache Bros.' ami the BU- pcrinlcndcnt of the Gait Gardens foi donations of flowers for tte Weekly visit of the Flower Guild to the Gait hospital yesterday. RED SPEARMINT "DR. KING'S PEPSIN CHEWING GUMS' Pure fresh mint-leaf flavor are what make them so good. Make sure of getting them by looking for the Cupid oh every package. t i The wrapper of each packet is a coupon redeemable I for hundreds of beautiful gifts. Get the catalogue of them where you buy the gum or Iwrite to us for one. 8 CANADIAN CHICLE Limited PETERBOROUGH ONTARIO L Alieif b.v Cnnaiiiatil in the malt tomftele, tp-to-Aatt and of For Sale by W. H. Eocott Co., Wholesale Winnipeg, Reglna, Culgniy, Edmontou, ;