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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. AUGUST 2-1, 1016 THE LETHHRIIXiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE READY FOR f Wearing Hurlbut's Welt-Cushion Sole FOUR Boy or Girl will .proud to wear a pair of f these well-known to School--or anywhere. They" are an exceptionally well-made Shoe, neat, strong, and able. They are made ifr'cqfe' for the feet There will be no these Shoes are worn There is no better value for the money on the market. HUFNER Beside Merchants Bank' The Shoeman PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. P. R. Freight PHONES; Stablet NEW CHINESE PREMIER Pekin, Aug. parlia- ment has unanimously approy- ed the appointment by Presi- dent Li Yuan Hung of Tuan Chi-Jui as permanent premier of tho Chinese republic. CORN CROP; .IMPROVING, Washington! Aug. corn crop, according to the national weath- er and crop bulletin has improved steadily in the central and lower Mis- souri valleys'and lower Ohio valley Raiii is ncadcd 'in' the upper! Ohio valley and lower lake region as well as in parts of New York and Minne- sota. Weather conditions in most other sections during the week which ended yesterday'were generally favor- able for corn and it is improved. The potato crop is showing.the ef- fect of the continued high tempera- tures in central and .northern parts of the country. MRS. SMITH EARNS REPUTATION REVIVE QLD CUSTOM London, Aug. revival of link- men is predicted as an eventuality arising out of -the new order forbid- ding whistling aftaivlO o'clock at night in the..London area. The out-of complaints that the. rest of wounded soldiers was being disturbed .by.inces- sant whistling, Tvent: into force'Mon- day night, Various for calling conveyances are being suggested, hut most of them are inadmissible because of thy regulations against lights. If the system of linkmen is revived will probahly.be or perhaps girls tO Ltl.l LtOS ANXIETY FELT FOR ARCTIC- EXREEHTION Nome, Alaska, Aug. 23.r-rSome an: leytMs felt horteilor of tlie for Ba! king Good Bread and pastry. Borden-Lane Arctic 'expeditipn which loft Seattle on' the'schooner Those [who were fortunate enough to sample her bread and pies, and cakes wore delighted and asked her for the recipes "It isnV recipes; it isn't my skill, explained' the modes L Mrs. 'Smith (Who is really a very good cook just tho "it's the Hour I Ogilvio's Royal Household Flour. "It's; always tho same high quality year in and year out. My bread turns out big, 'white, close-textured loaves nf really ;exccptional makes my caked; light and my pie crusts crisp and flaUj "I had'been In tho habit of using inolhur flour, until one day I ran out i.ml my fgrocer sent me Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour. It gives >elter service limn any flour I have '.ver uscoY andffilncu .then. I have In- listed that iijy' gr6cer it regu .ily." For delicious bread, pics, cakes aud mddings.' bgllvle's Royal Household loin1 caitilot budltM. AiU it Bear, and is.almost two .weeks oiordui iit Nome The expedition headed by John Bordeii 6f Chicago and Capt. Louis tq( Seattle, an experienced Arctic navigator, was last reported leaving for, Nome, August 6 There have been ierrific storms off the' it is [eared the vessel has been driv- en out of her course.01- disabled..The i oist guard ciV Mirse.oi' di; liter pear left 'here Tuesday! to search the schooner. It Chptaln Lane's intention, 'after picking of his par- ty here, to go into tlie Arctic in the expectation of making a connection with Vtillhjnlmur Stofnnssoii, the Canadian Arctic explorer at Banks- latid. Dr Tdwin fl one pf To roiilos oldest i! fiend He had also practised at Rroekvillo, Pres-i colt, and! Ktugatou. .0 >o.j 'Noi.lciin.ii" Cigars HfflHOTT Winnipeg; Aug. Simon, who designed plans under which Hie parliament lire being con- structed, ijxpluinuil -hi'- Uie ex-minis- ters' trial this iiicrv'iig that lie is to receive, live on tho entire cost of tho building. Including tho work done be done. Simon said he has received on ac- count of which was by the former government and under-the present administra- tion. Mr. Simon'explained that the bill was att percentage on caisson and brickwork was sent to the government on April 14, 1915, while lie, himself, was in England, when lie Juieiv ..nothing of the charges made in the Manitoba legislature. Most of the morning session was up with the -Gross-examination of Mr. Simon by A. J. Andrews K.C. for .ho defence. When Mr. Andrews con- cluded, It. A. Dollar K.C., began his re-examination for tlio crown, which j will be continued this afternoon. 1224 Mitv 13. Mansfield of Calgary, visiting: iMJss Ethel Aird. I dell holidaying at of. .Spokane, is; a guest? Fifth avenue. i' Miss .Nell-Walker, of Macon, "Miss., is hur sister, Mrs..'C. 11. Daniel. iHtfmb.ers'. of the "Maple Chapter- .O.ElS.., "will nu'ist tomorrow afternddhUat .'the Red Cross rooms. Air. O. .0.' Pagnuiilo left' yesterday' for Ualgary" en roiiifj to his home in j .Montreal. HUN BATTLESHIP DAMAGED- London 31 Gei man battltslnp 'arid Seattle; and "Un, II M SalTuu FLOUR H B. CO.'S SEAL OF QUALITY 11) Sack II) Sack ___ BUTTER. nn 1 H) COTTAGE ROLLS. nt '3 to 6 Ibs., per Ib. ROAST HAM Sliced, per Ib ___ CROSS MIXED or PICKLES. Quart Sealers HOLBRQOK'S 'ENGLISH PICK-. LES. Special o A per bottle SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 liars SIFC GOLD or IVORY SOAP [-A Jl bars Per tin. Me and "L SUGAR. Finest B. C. (M Ap IKMb.-sack i'LOUR' .FIVE ROSES 2-1 It) Sack 11) Sack ___ Ib Sack Heavy pack t A No. 3 tins. 3 tins ftUC TEA. RED ROSE Of 3 Ib. tins DUTCH CLEANSER n VINEGAR nr SOAP POW- i C DER 2 pkgs ROLLED OATS VINEGAR no Pint bottles JjC CROWN SOAP ar 2 jtiickages GOLDEN WEST POW- ROLLED OATS 2'0'l'b. sack' SALMON. Finest U. C. 1 n Red. Large tins GRAVENSTEIN APPLES n r Ibs PUFFED WHEAT nf piiin'gM PUFFED RICE -11 per patkige SHREDDED WHEAT 09 pici ages GRAPE NUTS -I J pei packigp SODA-' CRACKERS. Wcston's Rrtjal nn per tin JELLO -j A P( l packigo 1UC CAftAMEL PANCAKE if SYRUP Quart tin-, 91" 2 packages MOTHER'S MACARONI, EGG NOODLES AND VER- n f MICELLI, 3 pkgs... SODA CRACKERS (hi ftA S In t-nrtons JAM. Stuart's Raspberry, Cherry Plum, Peach and Black Currant 7C 4 Ib palls 1 ORANGE MARMALADE i Ib pill BACON PEAMEALED PACKS nfj Ib LlC, .Sliced For pret (b-1 QT serving. Per crate PLUMS or PEACHES. Percrate... BLUEBERRIES -Jf 10 Ib. boxes D APPLES. Good cooking of o Ibi GRAPES.- Oft Per Ib BANANAS. Special per nr Bartiett per dOKen TlUC BAY CO. What the Press Agents Say 1who recenth married at Hat luue returned from their honeymoon and aze spending a fejk in the city before leaving 1L ffl' home al telegram from Berlin f icronlmg to Reuter-5 Amstei V" and Mrs Kirk ind lit dam conespondent The fje Eileen returned from Sjlvan falen. however, it is declared-, !Mf." Watson's bust of friends con tin tied, capable Ting and will "shortly ,be. rej paired. r ?.j is the best remedy known for sunburn, heat rashes, sore feet, stings and' blisters. A skin AII Druggists arid Slores'-SOc: AUCTION SALE OF Furniture on Friday, Aug. 25th at 721 3rd Street >Sj. LETH6RIDGE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP t 3 mattress'-.s, 6 Iron bedsteads, 6 springs, Z kitchen 1 washstand, 1 four-hole' cook stove. 1 three-hole fireless codg- er, 7 kitchen chairs, 1 large car- pet, Z rugs, 2 wash tubs, 2 curtains and polei, pair; pil- lows, 1 new map cf Western Canada, 2 baby.- horse-clipping '1 targe clipper grinder, 1 heavy, good water barrels, .100 lawn hose, 1 set of !ight-cJriv.infl .harness. A A large number ..of useful mechanic's tools, and, :many other artlclce. TERMS.-CASH. J. A. .SMITH Auctioneer, w.ill be-delighted to learn that the so- at the lake greitly benefitted nig healtli Hat -The 'committee 'of the Prisoners of ,Waf desire to ack- .iiflw.ledge "the following donations Cor their, shipment last Groceries and. comforts'. Mrs. '-Mrs Sharman Airs B B Hill Mrs W H ijjpnis Mrs King ilfb D A Simpson J G Robtrtson ATrB I H Vail woik Mrs P Alri. monie'. from Mrs Henderson and "Mrs Vnother acknoft ledgeraenc from a prisoner was'-'receiYed' :'this morning by the committee. flMrs L A TeJfeer and Mrs Paul entertamefif at three tables ot hundred afternoon at Felger Farm in honoi of several (he The first was.'.wdn liy 5Iiss-Ethel A'ird'and" .the CfinsolahpH In Mrs H A McKillop The guests Mis Pufeh Mrs Bia.mard (Spokane) Mrs Ben James ,Mxa.-. C. W. Fisher, Mrs. M. S. Mc- Arthur Mrs Green Mrs H Me Kijlop Miss Lthel Atiti Mrs Mans field. (Calgary) Miss Miriam Stolt'ze and MJS.S Ball (Grand Forks) Sir Hoi ace K C G former repreaeii't'jiiive of the Queensland Ixuidon, "is dead: He was 'born, in New South Wales in 1844. At the Majestic the: irrepressible English Ui t e-fcomedj 3b still i un ning" and will be the attraction at the Majestic Thoatr'e on Labor 4th fovlioth 'matinee and liight per- formances. Lenore-Uli-ioli. of '-Bird of, Para- dise" starred in the screen i feature "Kilmeny''.-has be.en given a- greater starring; part Heart wilhbe seen, at Starland Epr the last times tonight The tire ot her passion and her poi trayal of tlie great, sacrifice for love fills this- story pulse-quickening' realism At the Orphemn 'Master Shakespeare, Strolling Play- er." in five parts is .the feature of the.'Orfiheum.'.tonight aud the balance of the week. Th.ip is. a most unusual production and ity snd interest 6f all who see'it. It'is haaf-d as to '-wheth- er Bacon was the the Shakespeare, playb At the E the big feature 'at the "Effi; press on Friday arid 'Saturday-' is" based on a story of: the same title from.. Col- lier's, written. by .Stella Wynne .Horron and produced by Lois Weber. The idea cariie" originally from a paragraph in a'hook'by Jane Addams, wherein it Ib i elated that a working girl, after months of resistance, was "sold 'but for a pair of- Tonight "A of Fortune" will be repeated. Mrs. Mary Smith, in her 104th year died at her home .in Lobo township, Oiit. Sbe.ha'd resided in Lobo contin-s uoualy for 83 years. DOUGHNUTS SHOULD :'NOT BE EATEN Doughnuts are: hard to digest and may Lethbridge that simp's buck- thorn as mixed in: appendicitis. This simple' remedy acts on'BOTH upper and lower bowel, re- ig aich surprising ioul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation.pj sour stora- ach or treatment.Helps chronic stomach vtrouble; TJie 1N- action qf! AdlerikU is Co. FALL MILLINERY OPENING .'.I-N; ANNOUNCING THJS OUH VIEW OF EARLY FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY. SHOWING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS INCLUDING THE "GAGE We Conliall} Im itc all Ladies to Attend. 25-26 i i Correct Society Printing The Herald fi r i t ;