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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ..'AGE SEVEH CLARKE You II Want New Tilings I'i Holiday The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia BIk. Hero yon will fiiid the greatest vnriety of choice, in Now Fnll--Cpals4uul..Siiits, 'Dress (loods and Bilks, New Hosiery ttiid Gloves. New (iolfoi-s Mini Sweater C'oats ftM'.mahy: other lines, the enrly -buying of which will Jrp .pip.st .ad-vantageous lliis season- on being most reasonable in. Jape of coiitiiiual advances. Beautiful New Suits Coats The most Attractive and fav- ored of now on display In splendid and prices no higher than .simil- ar garments sold for' dnriiig; previous seasons. CHEVIOT SUITS Navy, green and black. and BROADCLOTH SUITS Navy and black. Beautiful quality. Aft and tP1! J.UU GREY- TWEEDS WORSTEDS Shown in sizes up to 42. J2S.OO and TWEED COATS Large and Close ting collars. to.......... ASTRAICAN COATS Beautiful and brown............ PLAIN ZEBELINE COATS Grey, navy, etc. 525.00 LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. New Stock 65c to GIRLS' AND CHILDREN'S CASHMERE HOSE; 4 to in. 30c to 60c LADIES' FINE SILK LISLE HOSE 35c, 45c, 50c HEAVY SILK HOSE.' All the popular colors and SHORT SILK GLOVES. White and black 69c and .JAEGER GOLF JACKETS and GOLF JACKETS of finest brush wool. Caps and sash.. and EARLY PURCHASERS THIS SEASON WILL HAVE REASON rO CONGRATULATE THEMSELVES LATER ON. BUY EARLY! Special Values in Dress Goods Viyella Flannels. Large var- iety. Light and dark colors. 31 Inches wide........75c' Granite Cloth. 39 inches. Brown, navy, Copenhagen, green and black. 75c Fine Serge. 42 inches wide. Navy and black. Special value at the price. Diagonal Worsted Suiting yard___ Finest Poplin. All colors. yard Gaberdine Suiting, Tweed Suitings. Light and dark....... to French Crepe de Chene. All colors Diagonal Worsted Suitings yard Black Tussa.. Cloth, and Navy Granite Suiting. 56 inches Ladies' Serge. 56 Inches in dark navy.......... Cream and Colored Coating. yard to White Plush Coating. 54 in. yard tfbfs Week in tbe City Churches At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. testimony meeting. ___ At Pantecostal Misiion Tuesday.at 8. p.m., prayer and the At at eight Youag People's meeting. Wednesday 2 to 6, the ladies of the congregation meet for Red Cross sewing at the lome or Mrs. Shand, 640 7tli street norlli. Thursday at 8 p. m., choir iractice. At at 8 o'clock Christian Endeavor. Wednesday at S p.m., prayer meeting. At the members of the Mission Band are invited to a reopen- ng.party-next Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Loverlng's home. Members are equested to bring their balls or skip- ping ropes or .anything else that will help to make the. time pleasant. Come early. The executive of the W. M. S. will hold a tea at the home of Mrs. Haley, 621 8th 'street south, on Friday afternoon from 4 to 6. AH ladies of the congregation invited. Voluntary offering in aid of mission fund. Choir practices will be resumed in real earn- est next Thursday at S o'clock. All members of the choir are asked to at- tend. A cordial -welcome is extended to all singers In the congregation not at present members. Plenty of. new music ready for rehearsal. It is hop- ed that the first musical service will be given on !ast Sunday In September. Next Sunday .the bible school will meet at 3 p.-tri. Parents of the little ones are particularly asked to take note of the change to the afternoon. At. St. 7.15 p. m., junior brotherhood of St. Andrew meet; 8 p.m. teachers' meeting. Wednesday at' 8 p.m. service of inter- cession. Adult Bible discussion class at close of service. At St. Augustln'Sr-Daily, morning prayer and intercession, 9.15 a.m. Tuesday, Sunday school teachers' meeting in St. Mary's vestry at 8 p.m. Wednesday, special service of intercession 8 p.m. Thursday, Holy 7E are not announcing a Fprma! Opening, but on TUES., AUG, 29, atid following days, a few exclusive models; will bejshowri, Your inspection is invited. Communion 7.30 a.m. Friday, vestry meeting in the parish hall at 8 p.m. The Sunday evening services which have been discontinued for July and August will begin again on Sunday next. At St. Sunday school teachers' meeting in the ves- try at 8 p.m. Wednesday, special ser- vice of intercession, followed by choir practice at 8 p.m. The Sunday morn- ing services which have been discon- tinued for July and August will be- gin again on Sunday next. At meeting Wed- nesday evening at 8 o'clock. Primary picnic at the church Thursday after- noon from 3 to 7 o'clock. HOPE.OF RUMANIA HAS BEEN ABANDONED Amsterdam, via London, Aug. There is no longer anything to hops for from Rumania. This is the sum- mary of a discussion on the probabil- ity of Rumania entering the war on the side of the Entente Allies, contain- ed in the sometimes official Cologne Gazette and transmitted here today. The newspaper adds, pessimistically: 'The Central Empires were able to hope for Rumania's assistance only when Rumania had confidence in their victory." SEES CHANGE IN CANADA'S CABINET London, Aug. 26. The Evening Standard, discussing the southwest Toronto claims authority for stating that Premier Bonlen-wiH soon be forced to re-arrange his cab- net, and that this bye-election result will force him to get busy. all the sooner. Dr. Walter Riddell, M.A., a. grad- uate of Manitoba university about.the year 1907, has been appointed super- intendent of the trades and labor branch of the Ontario The Joy of Feeling Right Inside is largely a TuStter of right .eat- ohoosing food that, ia both appetizing and nutritious, not only nourishes and sus- tains body and brain, but tastes mighty good, Grape-Nuts wjth Cream whole wheat, blended vwith..the The sweetness, of Iqnfrbaked delicate tasto of malted barley.' is a wonderfully contains all1 of the nutriment of the grain, partly predigested, Including the vital mineral shits, so necessary to thorough nourishment. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Canadian Postnm Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. Mrs. Dixon'a section of tiie Robe- kalis will meet tomorrow ;d S p.m. at tlie iionie of Mrs. E. A. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. U. Baker ami daughter have returned from ii holiday spent at Waterton Lakes. Miss Miur.ia Hazcll is spending u few days at her sister's; camp at ISlko, H. C. Miss JIarcella Lilffrrty loft Friday afternoon to spend three months with relatives iu Calgary. Messrs. C. ii. Bowman. II. J. II. Skeitll E. H. Wilson are spending a few days at Glacier Park. Mrs. I'1. W. Downer, who has been spending u week with friends at .Nan- ton, returned last Inspector Morgan and Mrs. Morgan are spending the week visiting friends in tlie country. Misces Alice and Belli Fail-field and Ada Murray have rcturm-d from spend- ing the summer wilh relatives in tho east. Mrs. White's section of the Hebe- kalis will meet on Tunsday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Morden, 12G2 5th avenue north. The G. I. A. to the D. of L. B. will meet with Mrs. Hammond, 7th St. on Wednesday at 2.30 for Red Cross sewing. The many friends of Mrs. E. A. Ew- crt will regret to learn that she had the misfortune on Saturday night to break her ankle. Mrs. Mclntyre and son of Lindsay, Out., who have been spending several weeks with Mrs. A. B. Stafford, re- turned on Saturday to their borne. Mrs. W. L. McKenzic and children, who have been spending several weeks In Blairmore, returned home hist night. Miss Irene Gardiner, who has heen spending the summer with Miss Min- nie Hazell, has returned to her home in Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook of Boun- dary CreeK, motored into the city and speiit the week-end with Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Furman. Mrs. C. R. Daniels entertained infor- mally at the tea 'liour on Saturday af- ternoon in honor of her sister, Miss Nell Walker, of iVlacon, Mo. Mr. A.. J. .Blackliurn and Mr. James Dawson returned yesterday from a trip through the mountains returning by way of Lake Louise and-Banff. Rev. J. M. Fawcett, of Coaldale, of- ficiated in Edmonton last week at the marriage of his sister-in-law, Miss Vi: ola Irene Clapp. tb Clinton Newton Vance.' Dr. and Mrs. C. F; P. Conybeare re- turijed last night from a month's visit at the-coast. While away. Dr. Cony- beare attended the' Supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias at Portland. Miss Ella Reynolds returned Satur- day night from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Roy Sutherland, in Etlmoiiton, with Mrs. Glendenniug in Nanton, and with friends in-Calgary. Mrs. Frederick Harrison Brown and her niece, Miss Gladys Bowes, leave tonight for Leihbridge, where they will join Mr. and Mrs. Livingston on a motor trip to Glacier Park, Montana. Albertan. Mr. and Mrs. Hall-Jones announce the engagement of their daughter. Eve- lyn, to Rev. Dr. John Mackay, princi- pal of Westminster. Hall, Vancouver, B. C., the wedding to take place early in Free Press. i Miss Ethel Aird -was the hostess of a thimble' tea on Saturday for her guest, Mrs. S. E. Mansfield, Calgary, vhen the following guests were pres- ent, Mrs. J. Williams (Killarney, Man 1 Mrs. E. J. Sehl, Mrs. M. S. Me-' C. W. Fisher, Miss Mc- Cambly, Miss Woods, Miss.Sang, Miss Simpson and Miss Edra Smith. Miss Airt was assisted in serving refresh- ments by her Miss Rita Aird. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fail-field held a very enjoyable house party at the Ex- perimental farm, over the week-end, when the guests of honor were Messrs. Colin Ferric, Reeves Cawley, A. H. I Johnston, Frank Strickland, H. S. I Strickland and Artjiur P. Kemp, all members of the Universities' batta- lion at Camp who are on har- vest leave. The guests from town were Misses Dona 'and Ada Murray, Margaret, Marjorie- Higin- hotliam and Inzohi Hardie. Tennis, dancing, bathing and all Igreatiy' enjoyed bj; the guests. Montreal. Aug. on his recent visit- to headquarters .in France, the Canadian miniUer of mil- itia" the Gazette's, correspondent in London cables, "will spend this week at thij Canadian camps at Bramshot and Shorncliffe. He will be accompan- ied by Lord Dnndonald, formerly O.C., the Canadian militia. Several new appointments will be made at 'Im camps. In fact, tholfongh zatlon will be mult of the minis- ter's visit." ELDERLY WOMEN SAFEGUARDED Tell How They Were Carried Safely Through Change of Life. .Durand, the mother of fourteen children and 1 owe my life to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. When I was 45 and had the Change of Life, a friend recom- mended it and it gave me such relief from my bad feel- ings that I took several bottles. I am now well and healthy and recom- mend your Compound to other ladies." MARY RIDGWAY, Durand, Wis. A MassachusettsWomaii Writes: Bbickstone, Mass. "My troubles were from my age, and J felt awfully sick for three years. I had hot flashes often ar.d frequently suffered from pains. I took Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound and now am well." PIERRE COURNOYER, Box 239, Blackstone, Mass. Such warning symptoms as sense of aches.dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu- larities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and dizziness, should be heeded by middle-aged women. Lydia B. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, has carried many women safely through this crisia Former Bow Island Parson Says 3rd C. M. R. Have Lost Heavily Calgary, Aug. Ms official re- port of the last big battle in the westerners were engaged, UIR of- ficial eye-witness spoke in glowing terms of the heroism displayed by Capt. the Rev. A. G. Wilken, army chaplain for the 3rd Mounted rifles, tvho was believed to .hive been killed while fighting like a Trojan in 'he first line trenches with the men ro whose spiritual needs he was sup- posed to minister. Recently the gal- lant chaplain was reported to have been captured, and now from a pris- on camp in Germany lie writes, giving bis friends the information that he and Tom Eardley, one of Calgary'a best-known young men, bad been tak- en together. Corp. Eardley was .re- ported wounded aud missing after the battle and it- was -not until very re- cently that his relatives in the city learned lie had' been captured. Writing to a friend, Capt Wilken says: "You-will'-be'much surprised to hear from me after all these months, and from-the-above-address (Guters- loli.) 1 was taken prisoner, though, June 2, and 1-ara a very luclcy man to be alive. I am sorry to say most of the old 3rd O.-MVR. have fallen, but they died like heroes. The only one I saw after the- fight was Tcir, Eard- ley. I Sergt. Allen just before that, fighting liard." Then a bomb fell where he was and he-must-have bone. Poor T. J. Jan-is fell, too, and 1 bur- ied him just before the battle." Formerly Alberta Pastor Chaplain Wilken, who was the Church of England minister at Bow Island, at-Medicine Hnt for some months before leaving witb the 3rd Mounted, is-30 years of-age, and he had been seven years in-Holy Orders. He enlisted as a trooper at Medicine he was appointed chaplain a year ago last month, shortly after his arrival in France with his regiment. According to official, advices- given out after the entered the trenches, on the Tuesday preceding the attack, of the enemy, .and .lie was last seen after the cowQieaeeisent of the .German assault on Friday. Tlie fighting 'parson is the 'son of Major of: tlto Royal Horse artillery, Reading, England, DROPS WREATH FOR GRAVE Paris. Aug. Fe- vre, flying over Saint Marie-aux-Mines, in German Alsace, dropped a "wreath and letter, requesting the curate to place the wreath on the tomb of his father. Col. Fcvre, of. the 221at regi- ment ,ofv French infantry, who was killed there in 1914. A German avia- tor, flying over the French lines, drop- lied the curate's answer, saying that the favdr had been accomplished Packer of WILSON'S- WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN OF ANY STICKY i Y C-AKHER Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- lists, and Ccr.sral Gtorct. Items of Interest from Our GROCERY DEPARTMENT Specials From the China Section Fruit Jars for Preserving IMPROVED GEM Pints, Special, Quarts, Special Half Gallons, Special, Dozen PERFECT SEAL Pints, Special. Dozen ......................................95c Quarts, Special, Dozen Half Gallons, Special, Dozen FRUITS FOR I'KESERMNG TO CUSTOMERS buying fruit we Ib. BLACKBERRIES. per crate........ PLUMS. Red or green d-1 per case......... w 1 PEACHES per case......... ITALIAN PRUNES per case PEARS About 00 Ibs. per case we will sell one 20 o sack B.C. sugar SWEET POTATOES 3 pounds APPLES. Good cooking. 5 pounds APPLES GravGiisleiu. 3 pounds fJUDSON'S RAY Col. A. E. Ross, C.'M.G., of Kings- with the Canadian Medical Ser- vice at the front, writes that the medical work is improving all the time, that there is not one-third the sickness that there was a year ago. Mrs. McMaster, widow of the late Senator JMcMas'er, of Toronto, Urst president of the Bank of Commerce, died in She founded Moul- ton Ladies' College, a Baptist institu- tion in Toronto: FALL MILLINERY Opening, Tues, Aug. 29 A Cordial Invitation is Extended to Everyone i L and J. Me L BAYS; 514-THIRD SOUTH FALL, 1916 MILLINERY OPENING On Tuesday, 29th of August and the following days Showing a Complete Line of All the Newest Ideas in 1916. Ball Millinery MISSCAMERON 602-THIRD ;