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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SIT THE LETHBRIDGE BAIL" KERAM> FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1913 With Every pair of School Shoe. Sold on Saturday, A PENCIL KIT Boys' and Girls' 1-SHOES IfWe have a Complete Stock of good strong, ser- viceable Shoes that will give value for the money. Bring the whole family and save good money by by getting extra value in what you buy. j. NELSON CO. Sherlock Block CO. The Ladies' Store Phouo 453 Attractions All Day Saturday New Coals and Suits on sale, Xev Wnisls and Neckwear on sale. New Corsets and Gloves on sale, and scores of buy- o-rtiu prices for the final clearance- of all summer stocks in Hosiery and Gloves. Prints and Giugliaiiis, and Wasli Goods. Underskirts.. Whitowear, Dresses, etc. Here's Where You Can Save By Spending Tomorrow Special Bargains White Flannelette ..-IOC Regular 15c value Flannelette Sheets Large size, white and grey Wash Suitings......19c Worth up to 35c Crepes and Bedfords. 33c Worth up to 50c HAIR LINE STRIPED SERGE I Navy and Copenhagen; Special value Kiniona Flannelette gOC Patterns for Children Print and Gingham.. JOG Regular 15c value New Suits and Coats A complete new stock of choicest styles, and prices the lowest ever attached to garments of sucll excellent workmanship ;uid perfect lit. to Coats.... to We make alterations free and guarantee the fit. We strongly urge .the advisability of making early selections for best choice of styles, and prices are lower than they will be later on because of the ad- vance in materials. Special Bargains Fine Lisle Hose.... .330 Regular 50 and 60c value Long Lisle Gloves.. -43C Regular 65c value Long Silk Gloves----75C Regular value Hand Bags___Half Price Regular to values Ladies' Union Suits. -43c Worth up to 75c Wide Embroideries ...8c 'Worth up to 20c Corset Sale......' 95C Regular value BIG CATTLE MAN PLEASED WITH ALBERTA another ten days of sunshine. This will be a godsend to the people to cThe i of Canada, last year, owing tc i farms we jfave ever seen. He! in-law oi .1. .11. Wallace, the known Canadian cattlo ilcalcr, several of his friends. We Wt lliai- evening !cr Kayiaund, the sure oi meeting Chas.-Robinson, oi the tig Chicago cattle firm oi Clay, Uotiu-on and Co., made a trip recently through; connection with ike tat-i r------ ,'e industry and he has written Raymond'Knight, who is the son article penning his of Knight, the trip He soeatB particularly of south-: Iionairp land owner pi bait Late i I'itv Utah. Mr. uto'.c us, up 39tn, I to Knight siijiar factories .tie liramiing 1jrowjn "between and Mclntvre wh'S, the Canadian' Northwest, for producing some very choice Here-, Praises Agricultural School JQ laie iu uie EM.II and iliut j inr that we dill not get to see. of their 'stock. We. arrived back- Raymond about 10 o'clock that night after having covered about loo nines i where we were met Jlr. Duncan DISASTROUS FIRES Winnipeg. Man., Aug. the past two company ranch, south-east Kavinond. th follow day. He said to be ready a I o'clock in ths morn- me anil right un hand with motor car, we drove to m the _ __ ran'-h some tweit, five or thirty Magratli. We visited Mr. Wood, who niles distant, ft ve had a splen- A little later on he Irove us out over the range and took to a very high point where we thirn to lorty miles in (li e-tion We lound his cattle R splendid condition most ot which were "r-de Herefords. Alter get 'of Mr. ff. W. Hunter, the well known following tHe hcrse man in that :nd drove tn- made it very desirable, he stated, th> knife c-t of the trees Bellevue Miners tion. home. and'tVwU ill Tu- tin" the ruer and pulling pleasure of hcing i s rin Ii driven whii'li over PeigaiTVes Vat on lound his cit tie in snlendl 1 por'litt i noon we Wt M-irteod ac coripan ed b> 111 Vjun II ior 1 eth nridce and there we were entertain- Mr I the car out three or lour times by the j Iianil we ilrove hack to town and had showed -us some very choice beeves which he had in his coolers, that hail had nothing but grass. It looked as good as beef cattle that had been fed corn six months. j I From there we drove to where met Sir. E. J. Wood, head j of the iMcrnion church, who was very Donate To The Patriotic''Fund] nriaee, ann biii-ur ntn T ed Kt CHiook c'ub bv Mr "race, son-1 of and delicious dinner at his home, and were eonlia.'.y treated by Mrs. Knight. That ajternoon he us to one oi his small farms, as he call- where he has about acres Bellevue, Alta., Aug. .26.-A kind and courteous. He very kindly Of the officials of the West Can showed us the new temple that Collieries, Ltd., was held at are building that will cost upward of; bellerne, on Sunday last, in the half a million dollars. I Eagles' hall, with W. P. Williams, We found the crops in every part j superintendent of Bellevne mines, in of Canada to be the "best ever grown, I the chair. own interfere with pedestrians or sec- any branches that might be particu- larly ungainly. It is not necessary to trim out the ton of the trees in an endeavor to allow the sunlight to get ino it. Mr. Fairfield also pointed out that poplar trees become affected with disease more easily when pruned, as these diseases .find ..root where me- chanical injuries' have been afflicted. Just now, when so many of 'tne trees on 'our boule'vards 'and gardens are growing, up so it is very et essential.-'thit- they be -given the imost. ed b; ho- to the'north- west of Porkdale, and about ten miles from Winnipeg, towards which city the fire was sweeping. Jinny hayf fields Have been destroyed. The to- tal quantity of hay consumed could not be ascertained tonight, but It is said to be very largo. There were few fields of wheat in the district devastated, but the crops on those that existed were entirely consumed. QUALITY FIRST Together With Service This means the cut you want, of the best to be had, delivered promptly by a shop where cleanliness is the watchword, in response to your telephone order the Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market City. has aoout other grain; a bad in. fact they will break all records SCHOOL SHOES We have a splendid line Til of School Shoes for School Opening, Shoes that are neat, comfortable, and that will wear well. We know you will want these Shoes if you see them. The prices areas at- tractive as the Shoes. H U F N E R, SHOEMAN The chairman on ca'iling the meet- ing, remarked that the collections al- ready made on behalf of the Patriotic Fund for local relief, viz., 2 per cent, of each official's salary, had reached the amount of 5747.00, and asked the I meeting to decide as to the disposi- tion of this money, and a'lso to decide whether to continue the collection at I 2 per cent., raise it to 5 per cent, or I discontinue it altogether. I1 Mr. Allan Hamilton (Bellevue) I made a few pointed remarks on the original intention of the collection, 'and sugaested that this fund be'.used for relief of the families of the com- pany's employees, who were now. on active service, and that a new sub- scription beat once started for the purchasing of a machine gun. After some discussion along the lines suggested by Mr. Hamilton, tho following resolutions were put, ana carried unanimously: That Ihe entire fund now on hand be turned ever to the Canadian -Patriotic Fund. "That each official ot the West Ca- nadian Collieries, Ltd., he asked to contribute n ijer cent, of his monthly salary and tho monies so collected to be divided equally between the Ca nadlan Patriotic Fund and the Can- adian Red Cross Fund. "That all employees of the West Canadian Collieries, Ltd., other than officials be asked to contribute not than 2 per cent, of'their wages, disposition of same to' be the same as previous motion. "That the following committee be appointed to carry out the demands of the previous motions: W. II. Chap- pell. Jr.; A. Hamilton and W. G. Pear- son." Is .-a matter for considcvatioiij-bnt you pan prolongdt dr-igafai tiic Manic ends bj enconxag- ing her tio Buy Our High Grade Cooked Meats Wo mate n wide'assortment, and every line is first quality.'' If .you decide to have a hot dinner on Sun- day, we have some very choice Spring Lamlj.for the purpose. At any rate, for tl-io'generalluippincss and satisfaction of.the-family Tell Your Wife To To a Chicago man has been granted patent for a device which, when attached to a lock, automallcahy re- cords when the lock in opened or closed and uy whoci. Consult DELANYS Limited The Meat Question ;