Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
HE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV1? Special Prices ForFri. and Sat. Crystal Dairy Buttc 34 Premium Coffee Carton F'elfi Naptha Oranges, per dozen ...30c ___90c ,...65c ...24c Corn, Peas Beans, tin----10c l.ard, 3 pounds ............48c Lard, 5 pounds ............7Bc FRESH FRUIT Peaches, Apricols ant! Plums at. very lowest market prices, 21 pound Sack "Our Boat" Flour and 1 Ib. of Blue Ribbon Tea for Fresh Tomatoes, per pound..9c Wagstal'te's Jiims at cheapest prices. nacon, sliced, per pound ...25c Salmon, All 1 pound tins, 2 V- pound tins ...........14c All varieties of Biscuits at spec- ial prices. The Lethbridge Supply Company FIFTH' AVENUE TELEPHONE Mi P. J. Collins for Calgary loday, where lie win spend the week-mill. Do vou want Io bw.'omc an honor- ary member oi the Home Guard Here's a chance to your bit, you who are not ahlc to turn out ami drill with till! rest oi the men. At flu- committee; meeting of the Home Giwni last night, it was decided to finance the organization by selling honorary memberships at one dollar apiece to those who arc unable to do r. F.. l-a toi their bit on active service in the few at Mr. Ouard The public l.ctbbndge has laru, near liurdctl. shown its desire lo support liic Guard' and it was felt by the execu- tive thrtl. the financial .support would also be given. Messrs. Downer and lloodc were appointed a commute." 1 it linancc to canvass the city lor Mrs. Thou. Quinn'hlis gone to Kd- raonton, where she will vis.lt for thu next two monlhs. Hpv H. Dcnorni' and family have returned home utter spendinis a month's holiday at Blairmorc. is spending a Krcil l.ambard s Mrs. W. H. SraUi! and t til-en have gone to Edmonton Mrs. J. 0. Wilson for a iru- honorary members, and K. Johns- Toronto, wlinn ihe next two months. s on Sal- she will lun was appointed treasurer oi Hit i committee- Kuiids arc urgently necd- by 111? Guard to purchase ammu- nilion mid other supplies necessary i for thi- ellicicnt prosecution of the work undertaken by it. I A letter received by Secretary Win- her of the Militia Department was f; w I! read to the meeting and showed that L'al'garv. arrived in I hi1, cily today thr de.pal'tment imdrr a misapprehrn- lu' make their home sinn as lo the wants of the Guard. What the Home (imirrl.wants. iron) the government is olbcial re-j TilC. Daughters of Hie Umpire will copiition, not money as I he letter] [K 0[ the lea room at the indicated. A. II. McKcown i Bay tomorrow afternoon. A musical program will be given. I'lc Jesse Hardie, of Sareee Camp, is spending a few days' leave with his parents, Mayor anil Mrs. D. L. Mardie. io answer the letter. A draft of a letter to be sent ti the mayors of I'armanpiy, Magrath, Wiirner'ancl Cnnlston urging them to form detachments oi Home, (.iuafds, The Dominion Uobcsah bcr 11 meets tonight Lcidge num-j ihc Ortdfcl-j rf FALL MILLINERY OPENING We take pleasure in Announcing the first view of the Early Fall Opening, showing all the Latest Gage and other Patterns. WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL THE LADIES TO ATTEND THIS OPENING. Friday and Saturday Next, Aug. 27th and 28th at MISS J. TILNEY'S THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. 1U1.I1 lit 1mvl.' llQll 'it. Clellt O'cldCn. All UlCIll- attend. Guard iviHi those of Mac- lend and Tabcr in order to obtain a and prevent Letters will commanding .maximum of efficiency and prevent. contusion in emergency. hi1 to the ollicers these ilftahmentK. A draft of a formal notice to be posted in post offices anrl other pub- places regarding the Home Guard Miss Edna Davidson, oi Assiniboia, Sask., and Master llumc Lcihbridge. of Calgary, arc guests of Mr. and .Mrs. W. i-1. Kairiield at Hie Experi- mental Farm. The engagement is announced Kingston oi Marie G., eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Carruth- A request was 'received" from" Bow era, to Major C. F. L'onstanlinr K. Island asking for information in rf-'C.A., son o the .late l.ol Constan- to the organization of a Home tine, formerly superintendent Guard Corps. It was answered. It was decided at the meeting night that in future the committee meetings would be held in tiie lie places regarding the Home G J. I work, was read at the meeting. in the Chinook '.'lull instead of in the Board of Trade building. Lethbridge do not sufficiently appre- ciate the magnificent parks with which the city is blessed. At least they do not show their appreciation from the comparatively small num- ber of people who visit the different parks at the city. The parks arc now and the loading: platform, the Domin- ion government is helping the farm- er to get quit; of this first i lien. "The position in regard to grub- stake is different. There is no lien stake is different. There is no lien ]ake h'M been so popular as it for that, the threshermen and I js this .scason. hoating and bath- the merchants need have no appre-1 in hundreds out from lension on. that score. The Domm- d ,ust o( town, to on government is giving ample time for the repayment of that money, and I have not ".heard of any intention to iress for payment." The following statement -was made President G. H. Marnoch of the Board of Trade at the luncheon to- day: "1 received a communication today from the Grassy. Lake Agricultural so- ciety to the effect that thresher men and merchants suuplyins binder er twiuo are apprehensive about get- ting payment from the farmers be- uise they have the impression that Dominion government is requiring 'ent throughh the elevators and war tax on' letters and postcards the 2 war a on e volume of mail matter posted in Can- ada lias decreased by about 30 per iy loading platforms for ahso- Sb'l all the sums owing for govern Hut relief. Poltis thought that if the grubstake 'ti advanced, ae well as the seed fodder payments, have all J made out of wheat, netting the Jfer 70 to 80 cents per bushel, be but little margin'left. Lien on Grain "Now the fact is, that the Domin- government received autltority. the by the tict passed at the ast session at Eil- mention, to advance the seed grain nnd fodder monies under a first lien on the land nnd the crop. This means that a farmer should maka it Ills first business on marketing his crop, to Day off that first-lien. If this is not done, tins buyer of the grain has not really a clear lifie to other words, if tha lien is not cleared oft it would be as If a farmer were sell- tng somebody a horse on which there ils a chattel of course, would be illegal. In collecting, through the elevator _____. these economics -the increase- been less than anticipated. "In the lirsfc four months of operation of the war- tax, the MARY FULLER AT THE ORPHEUM TODAY at their best Galt Hardens present a sight which many would travel miles to see if it 'were in some famed summer resort. Henderson Park is the only park ol its kind in Alberta, and for recreation oi the mind and bodr it has no equal.. The War Tax Not the Expected the heat and dust of the town to cool oft in the refreshing waters. The ice-uream parlor is 'a success this year and on .Sundays and holidays is crowded to the doors. While the dressing rooms and other accommo- dations are not as elaborate as at Coney Island or Newark, they serve to accommodate the crowds of bath- .Mounted Pdice, Edmonton. The Montreal News chronicles the. marriage in Emmanuel church, of Dorotlrr, daughter of Mr. J. 11. M. Duff, to Mr. Alfred LrP.oy Burt, of the University of Alberta, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Burt, of Toronto. The Rev. Hugh Pedley, D. D., con- ducted the ceremony. The Christian Endeavor and Sun- day school oi the Christian church will unite and hold their picnic at the river bottom tomorrow after- noon. Those .wishing convey4KC to the picnic grounds should meet at the church at 3 o'clock. If the wea- ther-does not permit the a social time will be had in the base- ment 01 the church. The Women's Civic club wish to an- nounce that any ladies wishing to join the class at the Y.M.C.A. can send in their names to Mrs. John Craig and they will be put on the waiting list, the old members who wish to take up the work are asked to send in their names. The member- ship cards that were used in the spring will be used till the end of the year. When school opens, the Daughters of the Empire intend interesting the children in the work of the Blue Cross society, and asking them to save their pennies for this society and for providing comforts for the. nrisoners-of-war in Ger- many. Although the Blue Cross soci- i ety has not the world-wide fame of! the Red Cross society, it is doing an I excellent work in caring for wounded and sick animals on the battlefield, their comfort. and providing for Ottawa, A'ng. says "Sin'ce the' ers on ordinary occasions and would accommodate more if they turned out. The Aquatic cluh has done i much to improve the lake and to make water sports popular. The new' imposition of the iiivjng stand in front of tire cluh is built according to Olympic specifica- tions and should be the scene of some local ,____ Branches of this society have been formed in many places and bandages and medical supplies are forwarded to the front, where so many of the lorses have keen wounded. :t high class diving exhibitions.. Diving and sw'iinnung talent is rapidly being sent. The war tax was expected __ anu SW11I1I add a little over in per cent to the developed post office., but in consequence ofi The best tining was ever ,lone has i fnr i-jenderson Park was the reduc- i tion of the-street ear fare for chil- io one cent. Hundreds of chil- More Italians Leave Cranbrook For The Front oea partment's revenue- has increased by or about 30 per' cent., as compared with the corresponding per- iod last year. A large part oi this increase, however, is due to the sale of stamps for cheques, money osiers, etc. The minister of finance estimat- ed last session that the war' tax would bring in an additional revenue of from to Indications ,are that the special tax- es will over'half that amount. CONFER REGARDING CANADIAN MUNITIONS Que., Aug. Ga- zette's London correspondent cabled last night as follows: "Sir Robert Borden had another it is a common sight to sue- a returning from the park loaded car to Ulcll (U Ullu LCIIL. rll.nlltcua yl Ullll- f ile- dren take daily advantage of this and f Cranbrook, Aug. h'rl _-_ wav j0r tjic departure oi quota o( the Italians from Cranhrnok on Sunday-.afternoon next, wlien arrangements are being com- ploled through tho Italian agent at Vernic for She tlcspatch of between tliirly to fifty men for the front. Mr, C. .picnstri, the Italian agent afc l-'er-! me, will arrive in the city when fin; I. arrangements will he made. The Italian residents of .the surrounding country are congregating in the city to bid the sons or Italy Gorl-spccfl. September 6th will wit- ness the, departure of the third hatch. the doors with happy childish faces and damp bathing suits by the dozen hanging out the windows to dry. The flowers anil grass in Gait Gar- dens have been the- subject of un- bounded admiration by visitors in the city. The wall of crimson petunias on the western border of the central snuare is a sight to behold. The as- ters and hollyhocks have teen ad- mired more, than flowers that have ever been in the Gardens. Many dis- tinguished visitors have remarked on the beautiful lawns ami compared them favorably with lawns at fam- Friday and Saturday Values That Will Megaphone Their Worth All Over The City Thr sound of The Bay no mailer what the pricr may be roo-ulnror reduced, lo I'oai.uj-o as a bargain offering, contributes lurorlv lo tin; sound of satisfaction of shopping at The Bay. To find mieTi Milondid values as (hose in merchandise that will best suit pres- ent needs, emphasizes the broad helpfulness of the news we print lor Fridav and Saturday. A Great War of Shoppin? Interest in The Men's Dept. special lino of Men's 27c 39c A special lino of Men's Neck- wear in all patterns, fine silk anil .materials, (load val- ue at 50 Special Small boys' Soft _in plain colors witii fancy bands, only each Oddments' in Men's Caps; fiood valuer Lo Large sixes, only- Men's' Ex'c'elda Handkerchiefs plain white and colored borders, special 3 for.. Carpet Department Window shades in plain green inches with brackets, oniy, eaaii OUU A speoial bargain in Stair Oil- cloth, 18 inches wide-, good patterns; per yard Drinking Glasses, nice light weight Water Olasses; per dozen MUSIC Newest Popular Music, values lOc lo Only, per copy LADIES' WAISTS in fine voiies, lawns and embroidery; sizes 32 to 44; reg. ff A 52.00 and 52.50 for. 9 I -OS) CHILDREN'S ROMPERS in gingham and prints, sizes I to t years; regular 75c 85s for A line of ROYAL WORCES- TER CORSETS to be cleared our., siy.es to .10, in fine con- til. low bust long skirt, going fit- LADIES' MIDDIES in all white and white with red or bine collars, sizes 32 -to 4 40, for 91 .wO n ne 4 9 Candy Specials COWAN'S CHOICEST COLATE GINGER; 10c packets for McCOR M 1C K'S MARSHMALLOWS tins, worth 15c; for, per tin BROWN MIXED Made from pure cane Per pouiul NUT CUSHION, Licorice Jaw Breaker, Assorted Allies, Sun- beams, Boston Bnked BP.IIIS. Virginia Chews, Toasted Marsh- uialle .rs. Lush; us Kisses, Im- perial Caramels; Per pound CHO- 5c CROWN In seiiled 10c IQc 25c LARD 3 pounds for LARD 5 pounds for COOKED HAM Per pound LIBBY'S OX TONGUE Sliced, per pound 20 pound sack B. C. SUGAR 1 pound H. B. No. QQ 2 Tea I .30 45c 75c 35c 60c Thrifty Shoppers' Day in The Grocery Section CORN STARCH 5 for fcOC RASPBERRY TRIFLE Regular _'oc w.V KRINKLE CORN FLAKES; 7 for....... BfUU SHREDDED WHEAT. OOf. 2 for MC PEERLESS CREAM O 1 SODAS, per packet-.: fc I M LEMONADE POWDER Per tin ARMOUR'S GRAPE JUICE RASPBERRY VINEGAR KIAORA Sale price PEACHES Per crate PLUMS Per basket ORANGES 2 dozen for COOKING APPLES 6 pounds 'for '.....1. HARTLEY'S MARMA: 'LADE, r ib; jar..... McCORMICK'S JAM 4 pound pall PINEAPPLE MARMA- LADE Values in the Front Rank of Interest 45C JELLY POWO.ERS 4 for S8 HUNGAR- IAN FLOUR 45c 27c 70c 35c 55c 25c 20c 40c 23c 25c Plain colored Box Cloths; black, wine, navv, 'bottle purple, seal brown. 44 inch, finished as smooth as broadcloth, worth 75c yard. Friday and Saturday, per yard Navy and black Serge. 44 and 4li inches wide, the scarcest, goods In the trade. Friday and Saturday.. 39C 27 inch Striped Flette, light colors, English make; Friday and Saturday vC 20 dozeu only Hemstitched Linen Muck Towels, full bleach- ed; regular 75c pair; Friday Saturday, pair Harvesters' Blankets, 68x81 inches, cut separate and finish- ed at both ends. Regular 32.50. Friday and Satur- C lOELiinaic ill ad another im- 1 having a man like Supt. Mitchell at j with the th" hnad of tlw parks and boulevards j LIEUT. McNABB KILLED dent "jlarnoch of'the board of trade, mil will be forwarded to the C.P.R. officials by him. The petition discussed at the luncheon board today and was those present. nprtant meeting today later of Vunitlons and the Colouw. department. T r Secretary. -These conferences, it is understood, relate to the'manufacture of munitions In Canada. "A definite denial on his behalf was given of purchase by the British government of the Canadian crop. "With regard to .parliamentary plans, It Is said that has1 deferred" any. decision until he meets ..-r-------.............. Hark in North I Lethbriduc, is showing up wnll is very beautiful considering that it is tl.c" youngest park'in KILLED .ON G.T.R. TRACKS New Hamburg, Ont., Ailg. Henry Kumpf of aged 60, was instantly .killed this afternoon on the Grand Trunk track, about a eas of He visiting Ne "Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Word has been received in this city that Lieut. J.'McNnbb, Bon of J. C. JIcNab.ot this cily, has been killed at tjie Darda- nel'ies. He was a well-known member of the Winnipeg ing club, and loft for England wilh Gene Houshton's gun crew, taking a commission in a British regiment. Hamburg, and started to walk home. CITY AND DISTRICT Ultimatum .to Hoboes The Chief of Police today issued an ultimatum lo all the hoboes, loaf- ers and other men, who are hanging around town under the pretext looking for jobs, ordering them get out of town within twelve hours, with the alternative of being put -in the cooler for a spell. Until today a number of men have been lazing around town, and offered as an ex- cuse that they were waiting for har- Emergency Rules for Home Guard The executive committw of the Home Guard has drafted a set of em- ergencj orders. They are bemff print- ed in a vest pocket edition, and a copy, given to each member of the The orders are as follows Emergency Calls, bridgs Laundry Co; Taylor 'Milling Co.; C.P.R. rbundhouae; No. 3 Mine; ____ of endorsed ve'sting'To commence in earnest. To- No. 1 Fire.hall, bell. R dav the demand for harvesters was Assembling. 2 Firo I greater than the supply, but the men I hall, Thirteenth street Fold I still refused to go out', claiming that Garage, Third avenue south, Leth- nv I they were waiting lor a three-dollar bridge Auto Co Eleventh street Rogers May Run dl Prince Albert I'rincc Albert, Aug. the return of S. J. Donaldson, M. P., [com..-Ottawa, it is rumored here that he will retire cither io the sen- ate or a government position and that Hon. Robert Kogers would seek election in the Prince Albert consti- tuency at the. next general election. In 1911, when Mr. Rogers was cal.ed into the cabinet, and had to find a scat there was talk of Prince Al- bert being oliered to him. It is un- derstood that the Conservative asso- ciation is now- willing to ofiei scat to the .OBI. This was "not sufficient for -Jhief Skelton, and he went' around issuing a warning to about forty, men who were hanging around the park. Field ComfortB The Board, of Trade is in receipt of n communication from Joan Canadian Field Comforts Coiumis sioner, stating that 'the Commission, which is the government agency for. the distribution of comforts and ex- tra supplies to our soldiers win be" Meased to assist in inv the work of forwarding gifts Io the soldiers should the Board of Trade wish to do so. The address of the depot -in England is The Canadian Field f om forts Commission Moore Bar-acks Shprncllffe. England. The shipping addresses are: Sum- mer, cure of P McCourt Bsq Dom inion Iron and Steel Co.. Warehouse. Wellington Montreal, PQ winter care.of Hector Meljines, Esq Red Cross Warehouse, Ba'ifav N s 1 SS South, Henderson Garage, Sixth street South.. Motor cars will he detailed for the above mentioned assembling points' by the Transport officer As soon as car is loaded, it will proceed to the City polico sta- tion. Ammunition and he..is- sued at the police station Those who have their own rifles mflst bring :hem. The motorcycle squad and the bicj> squad will Msemble at the Police, station. new book earner made of material has pockets in its inner sides into the covers 01 a booK rnaj be inserted and exteniion hand- s. The introduction of electrical pro- cess has made it profitable to open lead and silver mines in No that have been closed aioit forty years. t'