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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910 TJIIi LETJlURIDGli HERALD PAC.E NINE After Supper Our Greatest Saturday Night Sale of Whole Summer Season I I i 1 Greatest we say because the values and variety of the offerings are, assuredly the best ever extended in these popular Sat. i i AH tjjiicf no Tnninhf vrm know what that means, lake a look over these Specials and be mgm sale at Rylands from 6.30 till W.o'clock Tonight White Repp Skirts, worth up to for 1 Pillow Tubing, 2 pieces only, -12 inch hleached circular pillow tubing. No more than f> yards to a customer. Towelling- at 7c White tea toweling. 16 inches wide. Soft and free from fllline. Tonight only at llils price. Bath Towels, pair, 35c White or natural colored batli towels. Heavy weight, llodiua: sizes. Regular oOc pair. Fancy Brassieres, 75c Warner's Brassieres, witli cro- chet iace New in today. AH sizes to -H. Hair Kibhons 15c Anotlier big sale of those wide silk hair ribbons tonight. All col- orssnow in stock. NO PARCLES DELIVERED SIX O'CLOCK ON SAT- I-. 200 yards of Prints and Fancy Musiins Here is our final clearance of all medium priced muslins and alsq a big bargain ill dark prints. 12'i to yard in the lot. Women's Comb'at'ns, up to 90c, on Sale Tonight Watson'.? fine guapc Co! ton and Msle Summer Combinations. Sizes 30, 38 only. Another big bargain. Striped Voile Dresses and O 50 Middy Suits for These dresses are actually worth double, the price. Three Middy suiis in black and white stripe and also fancy stripe voile dresses. 34 to .only... Corsets, Corsets, 100 prs. Tonight, your choice for We are going to tip a big corsot business tonight 75c ling the famous D. A. i price. All sizes to 28. and I'. C. Corsets at Clearing of the Balance of our Girls'Dressses for These little print and percale dresses are worth up to C.1.QO. Si7.es '2 to S new this season. Ladies' 15c No sleeve or quarter Weeve. Odd lines left over from "a big season's selling. Lisle Host 2oc Black Lisle (lose. Some merceriz- ed finish.' BxCTlleut value at 35c pair. Xeckwear at 35c These are embroidered organdie collars. A sample lot !vrprth as'higll Crochet A new' aiock jiiBt 'received from England, to 7 Child's Hose Spts. 13c Girls' '.and Boys' Strong Hose Supporters, witll rubber posts. All sizes, black: or white. Wash Suits l.Htle Wash'Suits. Oliver Twist o stjks rValues to Sixes v to b jeTrs RLAJGS 200 OF THEM TONIGHT. ALL KINDS AX-ABOUT. HALF PRICE. URDAY NIGHT; Here is an exceptional .bargain. 20 only white repp and Indian Head Dress1 Skirls. Values to f-'.OO. Striped worth O95 on sale tonight.. Only five of these awning stripe sfeirts left. Assort- ed colorrd stripes. -M U) 2fi bauds. Less than factory price for tonight; A Sale of Jap Silk and O 95 Crepe-de-Chene Waists. Lu musing Inigam from the rtalsr uepr colored .lap Silk Waist Uso nlnte or flesh. SUk Crepe cle (.lienes. Sizes to 42. Values to ?4'.5n: Fancy Muslins, Crepes 1 C Ginghams up to 35c for Hero is our best ottering- of tho season in fancy dress muslins, flowered liiulls. hatistes, crepes, etc. Worth up to 35c. About 500 yards to select from tonight at lac a yard White Flctte. f> pifiecR Kdft saxony flannel- ette. only. No more than 8 yards to a customer. Curtain Nets 45c Wcru shade eurlain nets. Neat designs. Regular quality. Too much stock, so out they go. Work Shirts Men's black drill or sateen shirts. Also blue chambray. Sizes to KiVi.-t'onarB.'attached. Men's Underwear 65c Men's natural colored Merino Shirts or drawers. Medium weight, for present wear. Men's Overalls, .Men's Union Made Striped Overalls. Sold all over.-.for Our price Men's Socks Men fa "Medium Wool- Socks. Penman's' TJstra special laluc 2oc Qiej NO PHONE ORDERS FOR GOODS LISTED HERE. ALL SALES FOR CASH ONLY. I I BBS m mt m mm mm urn ma jmm Feeling Fine Thank You! GUESS IT'S BECAUSE I TAKE ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT EVERY MORNING 1 'liwas-never luy.life as_I e 1ii.cn since taking a niorumg glass of Abbey's Effervescent Salt. It keeps uie in perfect health -'Abbey's Effervescent Saltm a tumbler of warm water every morning will just about make a new person out of anyone riorpitl'l i indigestion, spur stomach, aciduriueor sick i 1'or over a quarter of a century a. household remeily throughout. Canada. IF YOU'RE A BIT NERVOUS, or nin-uown, take Abbeyjs Vita 50c. a bos. 'J Summei Canadians e made a 'great name for themselves tu, fighters at the front, and no one reg- iment has so covered Itself with glory as the Princess Patricia's t fautry. For llcli and chronic conitipation For sale by alj druggists. SALONIKI Petrografl. Augi announcement was made by'the. war today, "Russian troops have armed at Salonika and joined the allied Trench, Italian and Serbian arluies.Tin- dei General Sorrail. loaf nrouild Readme nutter is Ueivrcir ill, we is land nftffijimCB torn home I no reading or nnting l-t I tan or floiho- RBjtu-t, Use All I --nt tlj db w forget t IB .really necebsary that you fqitld1 worrv oSout mi Out fife we cansrajillate a man who K ounded because, he gets out of tills me several, times, the Prliiiess.- fats stlil-'ih-'tlie'1 s.-fiercest figlitiiig; a's'tiie following letter-shows, It comes from. Private. of that regiment, and W. T. who iis speiulinff .uie sum- mer at this1 oil V property. The Isttsr-v.'as written to his par- ents and serves to throw some vivid sidelights on the terrifying experience of being under continual bombard out but for nij steol helmet 'f bad cuu, in I he aim from bn apaft fiom 1 did not get hit at all Vt one time i corporal and mj K oun InfSrno artd Has a1 clean bed and clean m liejBg __. _ time Up m ras not death 1 was the of ilifaled. But 1 think, the worst vf ifcil' slt th-ere unharmed and see one b friends cut .up Tust beiore I came out I was firmi, the parapet to I in Dal ill til- occupant? din ing an ittaclt Ml nfle I had been Wiled about ten minutes a tew inches from hu A shdll pre% jously bs i shell There nere fell light m front of us and blew three o( them one of them ms best ic 4b111- P, i ,f dirt ._a__ j _ i__ nnmo frnni Alias Bessie Dittle ft in Calgary the guest EcKerslej Dr and Vrs Robejtson ana on axe Ju the cib T v Jiss Clow, "one of of he Champion'school, is in-the city to- day. off' tne'front part o Ills i.Ilo but did a bos came down from not touch eithei uf us Calgary at the same time as mjself for bullets, 1 piclipd out half couia see his body sticking out from dozen from the sandbags the debris The trench was of being under continual .uuiuuai-u- k mjh rcw niches on top of them and all three ment by heavy artillery. Small won- [le> m.tlation tor It wcre Killed n. tantlj Tusl beiore rter there are cases of .shell shock. (he j T there anolher min Was killed The wonder is that they more but will, by a flying piece of shrapnel and "Probably you have heard befor this that the battalion (Princess Puts) Mr. and Bonnell ana (stlier Bonnell have returned Water tori Lakes ejwns my first t me in the n Uannot tell you im detillh win I4j...n _. have to leave m> ston till I get back another bj i German snlpei One Died Like H oes [time I went back foi water U was "Those of tin. old Pits who are iiept m a little dugou in a com us baj that Ma> 8th mumcation trench The whole trencli DIED FROM ACCIDENTAL WOUND i "OtllinK as bad as this md siS I had been blown m and the occupants Yorkton, Sask., Aug.' B: Kidlack, gejl JJL died, in J'.prkton JiosjjLW -this afternoon as the result of. a wound inflicted accidentally by A. Blon.QUiKt with a-22-calibre rifle Wednesday at-. ternpon. Bloranuist. who has since beeii'lield by the police on a charge of illegal wounding, claims not to have known the gun was loaded. The charge er'.tnred Kiillcck'a left lung and hiijied In his spine. was badly cut up in (he first days' of the third battle of Ypres.. .We were in the front line time the. at- tack started, and had to stay three .days longer THE- DAUGHTERS AND.'. MAIDS OF ENGLAND ICECREAM SOCIAL 10th STREET S. On Tuesday Next ICE CREAM, TEA AND CAKE WILL BE SERVED PROCEEDS TO GO TO THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. roei'nent fought better about fifteen m all were Ivmg dead it.b- awful sible -U night wu just sat there-and'tasting stuff but it is pretU hard to shook with cold I lost along without drinking an> witcr except the clothes t nad m tie front all lir.s not long before thing was hurled. Two fello 1 knowUveiit crazy. .lyjen Utterly Exhausted T "Perhaps the most pitiful ston ofi I all was when we got back to camp J out of tie trenches we had j, long inarch "as counti under j heavy fire most of the waj The last I 'part we. did In busses and when got out we had about half 1 mile tp j go. By that time some of tho men, were so exhausted that had ttf carrietl. Then when we reached camp everybody was- so kind j They could not do enough 1 Witii tliL 81 dden lifting cf the nd the aw fill yiletness our nervcsifgave way compleiclyr bellows I threwnheuiselves down and broke i down utterly I laid down anu, cried i like Then. of us r in the-'-mie In' and o' ot J5 I had loit.hls it was a weok before :-wv could sleep without the j most 'awful nightmares. "At present we are billeted at' farm sonic distance behind the Hues hut within our, guns. We have been' heavily rein-. forced "and we are getting into shape again. Still, things will be the same. We miss too man) old famil lar fa6os. "I am writing this.in the kitchen of the farm, a large room' with stone flags, on- tho floor and heavy rafters across .the celling. We can gel milk, coffee or beer liere, and the place is e sleep out in the barns, which would very comfArl able but for }he incessant got of-drill i but nothinir to do in our spare they All Like It and guls like to iluMj1 ice cicim a tip fiom tfioin Thej know Confectionery M PROP V oW new' parlor beside the Orphcum manse which united Miss Bessie Kerr and Mr. David Shorthouse in the )onds of matrimony. Mr. Shorthouse s a fireman on the C. P. R. and Tvell Uiowii in the city. At the Central Methodist parsonage, Calgary, Thursday afternoon, the mar; riage was solemnized Miss Gertrude 2diia Christman, of 'Edmonton, and Air. Charles Warren Hariuier, of Leth- )ridge. The Rev Dr John MacDoug all performed the cerempn} Mr and will .reside in Lethbridge SISSON The marriage'took-place in -Knox Church, Calgary, on August 23, of Mr. Floyd Leskey, of Miss Lola Sissou; of Champion. The Rev A: W." R. ceremony. from B! Krancis returned yeater-. lay from a holiday, spent-at. Sentry, B. C. Lieut. C. M, Scaildon, of the Leth- uridga Highlanders, Sarcee Camp, Is i the city for a few days Miss Edith Lund, of Calgary, Is spending a few weeKs with her par ents, Mr. ana" Mrs.- Peter Lund. Miss Liria Richards has returned from Ji visit with friends in Olds and Calgary. .Dr[ and. Mrs..-Robertson iand Master Alex. Rohertson are in the city from their ranch at Rales', for the week-end. Mr; Cross and family leave today for Eiko, B. C., where they have takeu a cottage for a; few weeks, Mrs. J. R. Oliver and children re- turned Thursday morning from spend- ing a month'at Banff. Mrs. John Scott and Miss Bertlia Scott have "returned-from the coast, where they spent two months. The ;G. F. club will meet on Mon- day afternoon at the-home1 of-Mrs. Me 5th avenue; V Mr. James ;who spend Ing'a.month with Mrs Gardiner's A. C.. Saunders returnqfi .today to their home in .Win- nipeg. ._ Miss Aileen Jones, who with her mother and has.been spending the summer-in Vancouver, has return ed to.the city and will resume her pianoforte classes on Sept. lat. The marriage in Englanc of Fusiliers, son John Gibson, of Hamilton., to Florence Petronelle, of Toronto. Thb' 'brMegrponi -was" wounded In "March, 1916. Otfa sRogera, of Calgary, la spending the week-end with his par- ents, Mr. and J. 1001 3rd Ave. S: prior to leaving for Niagara camp, where he.1 will go in (tracing with the Cycle Corps. _ Flaming red Shirley poppies and pink and mauve sweet peas decorated the tables at the Hudson's Bay tea room yesterday afternoon when the the Empire were in Mrs. H. W. Alvin Ripley looked WHAT HUN DOCTORS THINK Amsterdam via London, Aug. The medical faculty of the University of Halle has conferred an honorary degree on Captain Koenig of the .Ger- man submarine Dentschland, for "hav: ng broken the enemy's blockade, .hereby enabling the German medico- chemical Industry 'to recapture ;-its world's position in a severe FILM! PLANT RE FILTRATION PLANT Kdftor Lcthhridge Herald: Dear article In your or the by Mr. Wardmau cals for u roply for the reason that Mr> 'is evidently misinformed and there may bt; many others who do not know the facts. Tho writer oi' tho article mention- ed says: "Without minimizing our. tithing wiiui. could we I am given to understand ithat the sewage from Duff addition I wtis discharged into the river dire'ct- 1 ly above tlm intake and pumped back into the city's mains in a dilute form." In case any onn should be misled by 'thin statement I wish to advise the public that neither the Duff sewer nor any other of cur sewers enter or have ever entered our river above or close below our intake. The Duff sower has always entered the river at the same point as the main sewer far be- our intake but in the last fetf months it was connected to the sew- age disposal plant in order not to contaminate the water for those fur- ther down the river. I do not understand what Mr. Ward- man refers to when he says "He is told that in works of this nature, that is, municipal works, it Is customary to pay 5 per cent discount. Now if correct, who pockets the The inference, however, is quite plain ami to say the leaat It shows that Mr. S Wardinan has a very mean mind when he makes such inferences on no better grounds than mere hearsay. The matter of natural nitration has j been experimented with suuiulentljrto j satisfy anyone who has made it a! study and also those who are paying j the bills, to condemn any further ex? pertinents along these lines. The mechanical niters, such as we proposed are designed to overcome j the troubles that we have experienced f IE natural filter beds, by economically' washing the_filtering medium. Tn jny former letter the public were advised; that the extra expanse due to flltra-j tion would be five per cent on cost of water to the consumer. 3n; making this estimate all expenses oC< maintenance and operation as well asi interest on the money was taken consideration. It Is estimated that'; an additional increase of 5 per cent j will have to be made, filter or no til- j ter, so that the total extra charge water will be ten per cent. I In closing I wish to point out one! argument in of a filtration plant', second only to the matter of health.jj That is, if we keep on pumping and water into our system of they will eventually become" stopped up with silt and I would not dare to say what the cost of cleaning them Whiteman- performed the out would toe, but I am informed that they had to clean out their mains at Edmonton and the cost was some- where in the neighborhood of OuO. In the absence Qf the Mayor and Commissioner Grace from now until the day of voting I will be pleased to ans-wer anj qrieations-Tegardfng' this matter to Interested in obtain information at my office the papers, M FREEMAN, _ Commissioner; P S 411 those on the last voters' list SENATOR FROST DEAD Acquire the habit of health 'by us- ng Rexall Orderlies the.''modern' '.ax-; ative. 15c and 25c. Sold only at 'Rex- all Drug Stores. J. D. Hlginbotham Limited, ment Ottawa Aug Senator F T.. Frost died suddenly at his residence in Smiths Falls this afternoon. He was in his 73rd year. He had sustain- ed a stroke of paralysis about six months ago, but had apparently re- gained his health, and was quite well when he retired last nlput. He waa stricken about one o'clock this morn- ing. Senator Frost's death loaves another Liberal vacancy Jn th? upper, house. He was the head of the Froit ae WdcU Daughters charge. -'lilrs. E. Meech fldd 'Mrs after the needs present.. of 'the many people FALL, 1916 MILLINERY OPENING On Tuesday, 29th of August days Showing a Complete Line of All the Newest Ideas Fall Millinery MISS CAMERON bOr-trtlRD AVENUE. SOUTH ;