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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; AUGUST THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE RYLANDS AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS On sale from 7 until 10 o'clock only 12 extra laige Royal Hair Nets. All cither kind for Pillow Cases, fine cotton, ready to use. Foi tonight only, each Sheets, 2 yaids by 2% Ready to use, Tuuigiii. each 65 0 Sample Vests, woith up to 20c. While they last tonight, 3 ioi 25C Combinations foi ladies, fine Jersey knit, tonight 2 foi _ 75C 100 yaidb Longcloth, foi Underweai, 15c vaid, foi 9C shouU be dehorned qnd brand ed 1 winter cat'lc on shares or 'fqr cash -tTJicrlb are tfjquines to "and Hl-c tarn ers m the south will 1me 10 (rouble in getting their' stock cared for., this winter if thevi. nre ..r-ort Teel cheap rates to all those points in the north pre lail on stock and feed so that the cort ould be minimum private letter from a British officer tells how by a German ruse a British cava rj regiment suf !ered heavv loss The Germans turn their battery about and fired .in the opposite direction. The British 'rivalry, charged, but ran Into cleverly concealed barbed The Germans turned about and fired at them r.Iaelfoil, Aug. The determined resistance of -the residents of Hnzel- mcrft to ,the closing of the schools in district lias. the desired et- fcct. A letter frohi the Alittistcr of Education has now been received, stating that -the school will be open- ed -.on September Mat, agil. ;thot In- spector Ssnstinf lta'5 beiin ap'pointed officia! tnisteB.'Eor'tKe itistriet. The trustees of tlie school Jvere also no- tiflotl their-anthority .over schopl mutters lias been termina'tod and have] received Instiuciions.-to.'.'handcln' a.lll looks to Sanspni., The outstaMing1' taxes was stated trustees to be tlie reason why the .wis closed, 'but this vpilii soon be r'einoyed- as Inspector Sansoni will- to collect all overdue amounts, v cyclist soldiers who, have arrived in 'Folkestone ifrom Nnmtir report -.that; the fall of that place 'was, dirt ;tp the hoavy fog, un- der cover of Which the German attack ing forces crept up 'and opened flro. U.F.A. Aug. local un- ions of the U. V. A., who recently undertook to arrange for.the ship: ping of hogs and cattle bdgttgirtg tp mcin, crs cl tlie U F A shipped ti carload of rOfts dnd cattle WecU, from Macleod under super of Air Feathersto'he Ele vatof Superintendent of the Co-Oper- ative Elevator company The animals were all in excelten' condition and tlie prices paid at the elevator were very satisfactory, iHe prices pud foi the hogs tops per cwt., sows and rctfgh pigs 16.30, and extra heavy "his shipment will probably be foi lowed by many more. Health First-- Happiness 1 -Evbr notice1 that most nor- mal, -healthy persons are- cheerful And that dyspeptic, sickly people are generally peccim- Most indigestion is caused; by Improper food; and surest way to health is to use a wholesome Grape-Nuts AND CREAM. of wiioat and birley, it In 'form for quick dliestlon, the nourish mehk'' thit bulfdi normal faodlo, brnlnt and Eat rlghti-Fecl right I 'There's a Reason' Canadian Pootliin Cereal Co., Ltd., Wlndior, Ont. School Children's es should be examined ferably twievel every Don't The strain Ida tlieir1''eyes from constant studying may at any time clause the L'reak- 3owh optic nerve. A terri'pori'if' of glaaaec will probably remedy the trouble. Neglect may mece-BSitate a permanent of them. Parents should; as a matter of both love: and duty, see to it that their children's eyes arc not unduly strained. Bring your little folks to us for a scientific EXnilna- tipn that have" every" facil- ity for R. A. Wright THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. Established 1858. Eye Specialiet In charge of Optical Department. Mr. Crawfo'rd Sheddon has joined the R.N.W.M.P. at Kegina. f Mr. Charles McMillan, of the Bank nt Milk River, motored, to. the -'city1 yesterday. ami F. Pavsbn are re- joicing ove- thn birth of a daughter at the Haarlem hospital this warning .Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Slutt; o; Port TTP the jrucsts oi the .forsii- Lrs snt r Mrs F II Cross, Sth soSith 5 Mr Sheddon of the Bank stsfi of Hafina, Alia., and for- iiierlv of 'the local staff, left with contingent from that place for Val Cartier. jMrs. Alex. Smith entertained thimhle-tca yf-sterday in honor of her sist-sr. Mrs. Arsdale, of New York. Only a faw friends were hidden. .-Mrs. AViHiam Tripp left today for Cul tht marriage of her daighter Tina to Mr M. Mc- Arthur will be on Turs- day next. j j Mr and Cooper and sen Ross, Iff t- today for Calgary, -A-horc thej will reside in future e Dr Eielvn AXmdsor and Miss Mil diel Kert ulio weie guests u th Mrs. .Charles Morris, Strathcpua Court, returned to Calgary today Rei A 0 Cameron preaches, his farewell sermons in church to- morrow. and on Monday evening are hbnoring him with a farewell social function, when ev- trj member and adherent is asked to take this opportunitj of saying good- bye to Mr.- and Mrs; Cameron. a Mrs. T. S, F'etterly was hostess of a bright thimble tea yesterday in courksy to Mrs. John Cooper, who left loday for Calgary. Qnlr intimate friends of the honor guest were bid- Uen. i Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and fam- ily, ofoJVeyhurn, Sask., will arrive in the-citjvia; will oc- cupy the -Nourse home on Fourth Avc. Mr. Underwood will manage the King's hotel in North -Lethbrldge. The ladies of Lethbridge were busy .vestonlay and -apia todaj M ithg ;tlio various niininery openings, Smill hats again tn the fore and black and white1 are particularly ecr brown; 'mole, g'oia and 'silver arc shown in" while the more dressy hats once' more bear the grace- ful-' plume. Sajlor shapes are favor- ites ih plush of all colors. The After Supper 7.30 Sale 10.00 TORCHON LACE And Insertion Per ynrd 35c MES8ALINE AND TAMOLINE SILK All" shades, 19 inches wide. Regular Tonight LARCE JAPANESE MATTING RUGS Beautiful Oriental designs colorings splendid for bedrooms Size 0x9 feet O9n Tonight ______ THESE NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS Ecru and white, neat designs, 2V, yards long. Regular -and All at per pair tonight CHILDREN'S TAN BUTTON BOOTS Serviceable, well selected lea- ther: -j. Sizes 1 to Regular Sizes 4 to Regular MEN'S SUSPENDERS Good strong elastic webbing, trimmed with soft white Tolrio leather, neat colorings. Regu- lar price Tonight LADIES' WAISTS In light colors, made of good English print, have long collars, sleeve, sizes 34 to 40 Regular 85c, Special LADIES' WHITE UNDER- SKIRTS -Made of fine white cotton with flounces, beautifully trim- med with wide insertion and laco, also a. line with Swiss em- broidery flounces, np f A A to (3.75: Special.... 9.1 5 pounds for 18 for Oranges, -large Per dozen............ vvV> Basket Assorted Fruit OCV Price C0C 25c 95c Hudson's Bay Co. Clubs and Societies Warner, Altn., Aug. Warn- er detachment of the R.N.W.M.P. are oh the'job, laving captured a number Of prisoners of war. -Yesterday three in, evidently A-Jstrians, were appre- iieiuled in a locnl restaurant, having entered town by thb; back way in an attempt to avoid detection, and head- ed in the direction of th'e line. They lad previously cached their effects about two miles from ttnyn'. Last "week 'our men were ;sent Aiis- ;riuns, making Tor the border, News has come Into town frotn a rond grading en inn working east, that several horses In the outfit were ijeri- ouolv injured through being frighten- ed by passing automobiles. It is said hat'the owners of tlie different ma- chines will be arrested for.speeding, as the men at :the camp claim that hroe machines passed them going at a .high rate of speed, and beyond doubt racing. It is rumored that prominent Hhlmdgo men are, involved- J. T. Graham and J. W. McNfcol were in town this morning, laving an toed down last night. They report the roads better than they ex- poctcd, but pretty'rough in places. Mr. H. C. C. Salmon has returned from an extended 'visit, at the coast, and will. resume his classes in piano- forte on September 1. The Imperial Daughters of the Em- pire are in receipt of a unique letter of Ihanlis frqni Lieutenant Godwin, who left with the first Lethhridge contingent for Val Cartier. It was written 'on a ragged piece of brown rapping, paper a-jid ex'pressc-d the gra- titude felt' by the Lethbridge hoys for the kindness of the Imperial Daugh- ters of the Empire in packing lunches for them. It was expressed in a card- fcpsrd bos. The gtaniteware used was also roturn'ed and may come in useful again. Here is'-. the message: With best love to ,the Daughters of the Empire from the Lethbridge Con- tingent.' H. Scullard, R. H. A. H. Sargent, C. F. A. C, R. M. Godwin, Lieut. 25th Battery. Sirs: M. Vaseleiiak and son Freddie -have returned from a two weeks' visit at Edmonton- Mrs. -J. A. Jackson and children have roturned; from an extended visit in eastern Canada. i Knoi Sunday srhool will mast at three o clock tomorrow afternoon Ihursdai was a verj busy AST tor the Daughters of the Empire U the call of Mrs. re'freshment committee, a number of the memmfc, met at tnc nome m MIL Recent Mrs Ko-hmson and spent an arduots morning making sandwichcis and preparing lunches for the uie Jca'ving on the 13 50 train The reward of the came whep the contingent on their March to the tram Halted before thri reg ent s home and m answer fb{ her 1 (red speed aim i sife return they siliited and-gave three rousing cheers for the Daughters of the Empin Much couiil be done to add to the of our the Chapter had no funds available for n-. llrj have done, an. assess intnt of JJ.OCi' has. hecn levied against alt "members enrolled prior to July 1st this all women inlercStea are urged to enfo'.i as me inters of ths "Alexander Gait" Chanter I. 0. D- EM anhual fee heiiig In this way those cannot take an active part, in the work may at least 'render very ne- cessary assistance financially The following suggestions from of- ficers who have seen -active service and whose advice has been sought as to how ttst the Wqluen could assist soldiers who are about to go to Ihe front, they were asked to furnish them as far as polsifcte, with hahd- socks, wristlets and sleeping caps. As the winter is not far off, it is almost inevitable that those leav- be in service either in thiii country in northern Europe during cold weather, aiid the ofpcors ccnsiiUoQ" state that, the art- Icjea: nientioned will- add greatiy. t-o tlie'cdinfort of the men in camp._ Mrs. G. W. iRbbinsoh (phohe-li69) has: the patterns' of the'.caps and Anyone, who cannot attend meetings, may help with the knitting and may-not be; able1-to knit, may Le able to donate the wool. Ti.e articles needed may be described .in! lat- er- R._ L. Borden has wired 'Mayor Deacon- thanking the'peo- ple of Winnipeg for build up a. good da a- lieacc footing. TEA MEN FACE GREAT DIFFICULTIES 'If the-embargo ia-lifted'it will tainly have a good the teai! trade, for ae it is we will have no-tea in three weeks or said the man- ager of the "SAL AD A" Tea Co, when, told that a cablegram BtAtcd that the tea embargo was to raised 'al- though we are cutting down'all orders to the dlmenaioni For instance orders from Det Iroit ladt -week for 42 000 Ibs We cut these down to less than BO throughout the U. 3. as well as Canada. IB a fact that-the em- bargo is to 'be taken off It will still take Ore weeks to get lean here'from London, and it may take very much; longer, because of the difficulties of feetting steamers to To be sure we have lots of ties with -which to deal besiaes" the have newly doub- risk impossi- bility obtaining exchapge on'Lpndon which none-of the .banks here-liaye to leant they had not two or three days ago when we were .trying to buy. To add to our troubles, otf prfday Jast we received n telegram stfttjng that the S.S. "Keelong" Boston with a lot of teai'fprjus winch Hoped to hav-a rushed here but the American Express were to rush the shipment advfae ua that the steamship company are holding up the. whole ,-We have other teas on the wich" and the "City .of of which are some place In the Medi- terranean, but away, behind time, As to the future of are Jiiet as much'in doubt as though we'wero not in the trade at all. We have never had so much worry and trouble, in b'iir forty years' experience This1" has been 'Chiefly brought about from our customers tor not delivering them their orders full, when Ve positively have not'the tea to deliver. The public can depend oil LADA" Tea Co. serving them :M, it has for twenty-flve years the finest quality of tea at the.'.'very; lowest price at which it can behold. FRENCH MOBILIZATION Calgary, Aug. de RouBB.y da Sales, Consular; Agent for sues the following notice: "I have re- Veived a communication from the.Gen- eral Consul of France 'In Montreal, asking me to suspend the repatriation of the men belonging to the classescof the years 1887 to 1892, except the ones with the gra'de of "officer" The "of- fleers" of all. classes and'the men be- ftlnf to the classes subsequent to 1892 have to join immediately via Mon- treal. The sub-officers and tne eol- previous to 1833" shall wait for further Instructions." The Slate bank of Spokane, near the leart of the city, was robbed yester- lay by a who locked the cashier In the tbtalued ?1000 in 'ue NO WAR PRICES for" KELLOGG'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES NOTWITHSTANDING the enormous advance in the price of Corn and all other ingredients going' into the manufac- ture of KfiLLQGG'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES, they will continue to be sold to the consumer at the regular price of lOc per They will easily take the place of more expen- sive and less nutritious food. BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., Limited LONDON, CANADA ;