Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE' LE.TJJPBIDGE DAILY JIERALD PAGE PTVB CLARKE GO. 'PhonW4S3 Block DRESS work guaranteed and price very .reasonable.. Place Your Oi'dfcr Early. Splendid Assortment of Fail GanrJs [Now Await Your Judgmeivt and Approval .New .dross goods and stl new. hosiery anil gloves snils. and V-Oiils, hew skirls and., dresses and many lollier lineji'ilmt-ybir would' do welf'to'liuy early. All shown splendid variety of designs and styles and fixed bv extreme moderation in price. i Newest Tailored Suits Of ciic'vipls, scrgey find broadcloth, 'Splendid values at 527.IM to J-15.00. Handsome Coats In-'-ihf; -lilfe- loose Close- fitting, coiivorliblbieollars. Special viilueb al 522.00, 127.50 1 'Newest Serge Dresses Smart new styles of lovely iiualily scrBB. Sixes up Id 44. 12.50. J15.0II Pretty New Skirts Navy atld -black surges, black and white mixtures and taffeta silks. 56.00, Sfi.50, 512.00. Good IN THE LATEST WEAVES AND COLORINGS. Vlyella Flannels 75 Fine Serges French Cashmere New Granite Cloth BJacK Tussah, and. .Diagonal Suitings Tweed Suitings, to Gaberdine Suitings :crepe Chene 'Cheviot Suitings, and DRESSES AND) SUNSHADESrt AND OTHER? anc IN COMPLETE-NEW. STOCK'S Ladies'. Cash. Hose, 75c.to Children's Hose, 30 to 4Sc Girls' Cash'. 40c to 60o Ladies' Siik to'506 l-Heavy ;Niagara Maid PHONE Among Tpust not not' Vesilate -sup nor forceEraije'vfouifif.Mlh aelPas enjoyable after- noon iDn t> lefreshments were tie t, who was as- sisted by Mrs. Larycock and 3Irs. Boul- ion. T c ad ths% had lured east at then expense b> the proniise of SnOOOO in of had hut that IPS'? than M pei cent of the amount has heen paid them, An investigation was. the at D. L. Hardie entertained 'thimble tea for her' daughter, ALLIES HAVE EVIERED SERBIA "Miss Haidic jesterday afte'r noo'ir when the suest of lionor was of Grand Forks, N.D., 'who is 'visiting _Miss Jliriani Stoltze. jit .the tea hour Mrs. .T. S. Jones of High 'River presided at the tea tahle Imil as decorations a bowl of bright huod asters; The assistants were- Miss .Margaret McKillop aud Miss Mirjorio Higmbotham The guests present were Miss Ball Miss .Stoltxe; 'MIsF Dripps JVTisSea-Marcella Laiferty, Mary-Simp- Son, -Agnes O'Hagen, Mryle O'Hagen, Effie'-Wallace, Edra Smith, Dona Mm r4v Irene Gardiner llin- "Hazell, Dorothy -Macleod und Dpwher. fci August 10th in 3t Join's Qhiirch, Medicine Hat, by Rey. .T.'tV.. Morrow, Mr. S. Smith and Miss both of "Bow Island, were married- iu si wa -Re Augustin's church the mar- ;as solemnized last Thursday A; B. Pimm aiid Mrs, '.Tas. Scott; They re sijlp in .north Lethbridge. i. i i Tiflrfltc SlinnPr "Allies' ;begun-an effort in IILKClb IU1 JUppCl ailt ThQy have takeu Lako J__________ -J two miles in northern ureece. OVER THE To sbciire thpifce, fresh Southern Alberta grown J And We'll See fhat You are Pleased in Every Detail, No Matter Hof Particular You -Are a j E L A LI M ITE D RfeD CROSS SHIPMENT TO CALGARY FOR AUGUST 1916 j70 bints pvjatims 72 da> shirts 30 shirts G surgeon s coatfe 13S surgical IS Surgical stockings 13 nurse s iprons hdiidkerchiefb, 13 bed jackets 30 pronprtv hags U pillow casesr36 pairs socks 93 :manV-tailed bandages, 166 T- band- iKes a4 hllug 1 dozen bed p in ers, 72 bedside bags 6 binders 48 large, 28S gauze compresses, gauze ipe5: 12 small pads A fo iuj.nta.tf n v f Number of or lit vU J Mis ft W Kollogi, ir Tiialn. of pi oinmittee. Oonations- roni IO D F m flannpl shirts 5 pairs white bocks 6 qoits from Milk Rher from Mr Mejer r W II VI I I K II l3 1V1 A 1 J-J f< g8ll CVocera and General MUST.FACE TRIAL FOR TRADING WITH ENEMY IN TIME OF WAR first chap- ter in a war story embodying the ad- ventures of impecunious inventors, al- leged German' agents, well known members', of the German embassy, de- tectives; and a' number of subordinate cimra'fit'ers, all revolving round the. central figure of a wonderful auto j ma tic aerial machine, has now been I closed 'at the Edmonton police court. I Magistrate Belcher said that" he was of the''opinion "that some strong evi- dence-had been produced'.by the prose- cution1, and therefore his decision was that John Jacob Bleiler, of "Wetaski- win, charged with trading with the: enemy, contrary to the orcler-in-eoun- cil, should be remanded for trial at the next criminal court. Invented'Aerial Torpedo -The" story is that Ernest Hedehstroin. a' Swede, has invented a marvelous machine which, according to is in the nature of an aerial torpedo, which can be fired into the air. will travel to any predeter- icd point, drop bombs and then re- turn to its original ibase. Also the ma- chine-when in the air, will take photo- graphs -of -the' country below.. It is laimed that bombs can be carried 100 miles and then dropped, with the aid of the- machine-. Hedenstrom, as is usually the case ith inventors, had no cash to develop! the machine, the- fame of which had j spread abroad around1 Wetaskiwiu. and j the basis'of the prosecution rests on the allegation that John Jacob Bleiler, hearing of the invention, told Heden- strom that, he could get him the money to perfect his "aeroplane and then opened negotiations with ag- ents ia the with the of securing-the machine for Germany, f .Introduction to Hun .Ambassador j Armed.-wj.th a .letter of introduction to the German provided by Bleilei Hedenstrora, having raised for the purpose of building his machine, set out for Washington, last February. Having arrived in "tho'j United States capital witness sought, out the pej man embassy, but did not meet the An under- secretary, after reading the letter, re- ferred Hedenatrom.to a Mew York ad- dress.-. .There.'the witness alleged hej mot Thral editor of a German! paper in New "York, and whom, he claimed, was purchasing ag-. ent foi the Gorman, government and aids de Von Papen, who wns later prdered.'outspf the States. New York agents thought favorably oC thp; aerial torpedo and told him-to come.rback when the invention was; r. perfected. Hedenstrom wont around, again to their.office the next day alleges they had been arrested by authorities In the meantime, so he let the matter drop. FORESTRY FORCE GROWS 'Ottawa Aug. 238th Fores- try Battalion is now strong On July 1 it had'only 36 men. Tho rapid' 'recruiting of tho bushmen has been .'particularly satisfactory, as the -men are greatly needed in England and France "to kebp up.the lumber ply, W. R. Smyth M. P., lit command of the battfllion. Alexandra Lunch Counter Buffet Alexandra Bar has been trans- formed into a Lunch Counter and Buffet, beautifully decorated and finished. NOW OPEN Meals Served at All Hours. SpecialMuisie All Day. New Lady Each Week, Will Sing Evefy Day. OF CANADA A Strong, Far-reaching Organlzatln This local office of the. Union Bank of Canada is but one of over 320 Branches of an organization whose Total Assets exceed iOur banking service covers Canada, 'and through our connections we are prepared to transact business in any part of the civilized world. The confidence of Canadians in this Bank Is by Sixty Million Dollars of Deposits, Yoiirs would make a w.ise and. welcome addition. ETHBHIUL.t; HKANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, G. R; TINNING, Manager H. E. SAN'DS, Acting Manager I THE SHOES I CANT WEAR CORN UT you can wear them, and how. UT you can wear them, now. Simply place on that corn a little Blue-jay plaster, imd never afldn will you fool it. In two days will be no corn.- It eood. Milhons incie Will LK; liu twiii. it of women know that.' They 'don't .pare' corns. They don t use old-time methods. And they don't suffer. Wfhpn a corn appears they cn'd it. We ore urging you'.to, join thorn. Corns are needless since. Blue-jay wns inverifef So they ore nhsurd. Yfl' can prove in one jnin- uflliatBlue-jayatopa" corn acbis. You cat prove in two days that it omli them forever. Won't you?