Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TfRSDAY..AUGUST 22, 16 Tl ll! LETHBRIOGi; HAILY HKRALD PAGE With the NEW at You Get Ford Service -'Nuf Said The Ford 1232 3rd Avenue Sou Hi. .Medicine Hat, Aug. was receiVed in the city today by the local I.O.O.I'1. Lodge to effect that Hob- ert Collier, of Medicine Hat, had been instantly killed In an auto accident at Sliaiinavon, Bask.1 The deceased canni to Medicine Hat fi'oiii ISriri, Qiit., iii taking a pos- ition as foreman, with tlie News, which position hv held until 1908. when lie entered business for himself, j Mueti'.ij; with a heavy J'ire loss, he 'returned to'tlu; employ" of the News, j and in li'M-15 occupied a seat on 1 city council. I.ust fall he enlisted jwith the iJ3rd Mnttnlion. in Cupt. It. B. I Davidson's .Medicine; Hal company and was raised to the rank of corporal. If is retirement was caused asthmatic I rouble and shortly after reluming to Medicine; Hut he a position with the Shaimavon XUIVH. PHOty? 1221 LAWN SOCIAL and SUPPER IN ST. PATRICK'S OLD CHURCH GROUNDS. Thursday Evcni ugv August 24th MUSIC, ICE CREAM, GAMES, ETC. ...SUPPER FROM. 6 to 8 MINERS' BAND BE IN ATTENDANCE. ADMISSION FREE Tickets for Supper 35c EAT MORE GOOD BREAD, LESS MEAT So Says Dr. Harvey J. WMey, the Famous Pure Food Expert. He states that moat contains GO per cent., water and costs from 2iic a pound up, while bread is only 40 per cent, water and costs about 5c'a also that bread furnishes more energy per pound than meat possibly can. Of course Dr. Wiley meant GOOD bread. And bread, to bu good, must be made from flour spotlessly clean, pure and of full food value. To use any other kind of flour, no matter how cheap, is false economy. The most particular housewife may feel quite confident of baking big clean loaves "of full food value it she uses Ogilvie's Hoyal Household Flour which can bo purchased of'any dealer. Also it's more economical to feed the'family Hoyal Household Bread in- stead so milch ment. I Gilmorc. of 1'icton. Out. Is a Kiicut'Rt the'home oi luir cousin. .Mr. J'. 13. Terrill.' arid .Mrs. A. W. KI-HKK left Mils afternoon on a holiday lo .Xanton, Calgary, and Medicine Hat. Mr.' Hoy Spentjti of Ottawa, is a of his brother and sister. Mr. ;A. G. and 'Mlsfi 'Mr. ..KiU Welch; of Nanaimo. [S.C.. I and 'Mi'. W, 0. Mills ni Vancum-or are guests of Mr. .M 1 Mrs. C. who has been, the j I Qurric. goes this v or Lethbridye, 'rit of .Mrs. Fred k to visit Miss y Albcrtan, ,'The ladies of Cudobtt's section of the will meet with. Mrs. 4Uti 5th avenue soiuli, Wednes-j j day evening at eight o'clock. j Mrs., Win. Hardie. and J Miss Nellie Hardie returned from spending the summer at the I'ac- itic coast. Medicine Hat, Aug. 21 Today's casualty list contains the name of Capt. E. C. amongst the woun-; ded. Capt. Danelx, who is a former' mayor of Hedcliiie, went from cine Hat with the first locul contin-'. gent, but received a staff appointment at1 Valcartier, being later transferred j to n Winnipeg corps-as adjutant. CONGRESS PASSES THE WAR ARTICLES Washington, Aug. out the revised articles of war to portions of which "President Wilson and the- depart- ment. objected, the house today re-passed the army appropria- tion1 bill. The senate is ex- pected to insert an acceptable revision and the house is ex- pected to later accept. Presj- dent Wilson vetoed the bill be-, cause of portions of the re vis-' Ion, ,.t g.t t.t t.f Taber, Aug. mines in the disU'tct are extremely busy and could ship 1DO cars "of coal a day were the miners available. The Canada .Weal Co. fire swamped with orders as er JJcfprc, and the" prospects for i VQI-V busy wintei lie blight Tii'q.'rfegar'f ollienes hue stiurjt a very good vein of coil I leet i me' PS are 'pushing the completion of (heir plant and buildings. 'They expect, to be able soon to lift Ir.flO tons a day. FRENCH VDOR "TAGGl LONDON They All Like It Boys id buy their ice crcinii (lure. Tnko ;i tip from fiiojii. They know. i Empire Confectionery M. BEATON, PROP. In our new parlor beside the Orpheum. j Picture shovfa. M. Pierre Paul Cambon, French Ambassador )o CJrea Britain being Lagged by i 1 rench nur e on triticcs m Condon DVFR THF TFI FPHO'NF V 11 Mis p twert it .that tfiese 'societies take .'charge.'of. .the refreshment .booth at .Labor day "spprts. It was also agreed" that floats would be entered ['in the big parade by the societies. I j room at the RiN.W.M.P was'beautifully decorated last night toloied hghtb and palmt, the oc elision liciner T- dince foi lOptp Steve T- md Constables nfan; Williamson. "Gradden. Holland, i falmilj pr-fipld Locldei King Dennib a I t'me in the force expires tins ind IIL Tre gong to the front b oichestn iuimshed excellmt The red tun ind to w orn hj tlio 'inbeis of (he iorce e i pleasm-, itf to' tlie summer frocks worn bj thL Indies The committee who ai ranged the very successful affair was composed of Constables Stirrup, Ben- nett Wluteman Johnbton and T mip- eier Kingston i ereh ed the amon'g Supt "Mrs and Miss Pfeimefathei Inspector and -Mis Seigt Major Wilcox Mr and Mrs McAi thui larman Gjllospie Miss D Gilhspie Miss U hit i nej MISS Miss Kmg aivd Mrs. Parker. 1 AlRBA j pretty wortding was solemnized iii Lethbridge last Thursday when i M-iss Edna Kenny and Mr. ,Czar. Fair- bfinks were united marriage, Uish- j op Green officiating. The wedding was affair, very few of their Ray- being aware of the. ap- nuptials. Both are well hi town having resided here f3r many, years, They .have taken up tl1--'-' residence in Leader. A J 1X7" >11 C c: -1 r1" And We 11 oeie 1 hatj Jfleaisfea in Every Detail, No Matter How Particular You Are DELANYS LIMITED jCranbrook, Aug. harvesting in .the St.; .Mary's country cqin'raeiiced, when .ttoi-k''started on the big 'field .of A. C., Next harvesting tlijr.ojighout the en- iiH pouhfry. Urajii is in an ex- Jl.Iflnt '-slinpe ami. 'will average -10 busliels, fo 'Ilio' iicre., A number of C nipn, 6r the 2.26th b stHt.toncii (ii Veriion arrived Itj.tho flity Ihin week on leave will nsaist in the work on St. ary'a prairie. ;i rfi. ;1ypM xmpkcji ''Npplcrneh'' Cigars ALS Astounding Values for a brilliant merchandising 5-hour selling event Liulit11-'' Tnlc-r't Piiinjis With kid bach. A very neat heul anil vury stylish. to Tu clear. Oft Girls' School Roots In 'button and blucher styles. Sizns to li.'Regular To 11? Children's Patent Ankle Strap Slippers. Ported form. Sizes 1' to 4. jjo Jl.LTi. morning, pair 's and Boys' Wear MeiiVAViiite C'oUon Night Shirts. Sixes 15 t.o IS. Very good quality. Wed. morning UiJC Boys' While Cotton Sizes II lo l.'t. Regular Wednesday morning special........ DOC Men's Pyjamas In white blue and tan, witli sill frog fasteners. Regular 51 0 QQ Wednesday morning Dry Goods Section Silver Mesh Bag's and Vanity Cases. Values for, each .75 .50 Natural' Shantung' Silk 3-1 inches wide. Heavy quality and free from dressing; Regular 75c. Wednesday only................. Grocery Specials Tea and 'Sugar Special 20 Ibs. B. C. Sugar and 1 It. Salada Tea Regular 45c.. Wecine or Morning ontj- FLOUR. Ogilvie's Extra Special. 49 Ib. Sack APPLES. Finest Cooking. Wednesday Ibs 25 PINEAPPLE. Finest Singapore. Large .tin J................. .23 BLACKBERRIES..Special, per .box.... .10 RUS5ER RINGS, for sealers, 4 doz.r. ,.25 MARMALADE. Pure Orange, Wethey't. 4- Ib. pails........................ .69 GINGER SNAPS. 2 Ibs............... .25 PEANUT..BUTTER. 1 Ib. tins .29 SHREDDEP WHEVT. 6 pkgs..........69 MACARONI SPECIAL. 3 Ibs.......... .27 Housef urnishiogs iTajianese Matting' Hugs Stencillert Orieiltylcolorinks and designs Si7( by 4 yards. fan AP U cdne'-dai "Uorning BaliiiK'C oi Our Eiianic] To be cleared Wednesday morning jit loss tban ma'nufacLurevs cost. Do iiol. ruiss tlfis opportunity to stpck. up witli Iittchen utensils. Gem Sealers Ptht slzsv' dozen Quart 'size, dozen 99c Half gallon'size; dozen Ready-to-Wear .Black Sateen Underskirts .11 sizes, morning. AH sizes. Heffiilar Kitt'hen Aprons styje. Assorted sizes. Reg .jflA Sp'ecjal it3C .Ladies SlipoverNigbt I .Dresses and ribbon trimmei. AQ Regular 51.50. Wednesday WC HUDSON'S BAY CO. HUGE STONE BRIDGE NORTH OF GORIZIA Tlic stone bridge across (lie Isonzo River .I of Clorizid..which.hus just been taken_by the Italians..- feat of engineerinB. It crosaes the, river just long IHQ is -considered a wonderful J Lieut. Harold'Lawrence Fisher. (Wllc'iTon, July 22 from shell Hie yoimgfir son of Mr. 'ifi'io" Kirs'. M. Fisher, of East tSaicr'Armstrong's Point, Winni- peg. .JIp .went byor with thellilst hat- "o'n'.and Shorncllffe 'iffUKtt JUDGE IS ILL Winnipeg Aug lii.trgnst sent worfl tu He court rning ilia' ho was ill, and trial the ministers was adjourned ijfr this alternooiL i _ rtJ ,1 j'