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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTH BRIDGE DAILY HER The Ladies' Store First Choice of Suits And Coats Is Strongly Advisable This Season Women Arc Looking' And Many Arc Buying Stocks now are at the higliost poi.U of oomploloiiess, ant prices rauoh lower than tliey will he lalcr on-lower in Jaut than similar garments havo beer, sold lor dunug previous seasons. Orders for this season's n.atena s worn placed h. Norway's over a year ago when the market was depressed, and you're now getting the l.cuelit of then- iores.ght and pur- cluing power. Since then prices on all woollen inalei nls Imvo been mounting skyward, and wo have already to hand lists' of. advanced prices to go into effect as soon as original THAT prices to go THE ADVANCE AND BOUGHT MOST UBERALLJT WE ARE SHOW.NG THE B.GGEST ASSORTMENT o, COATS BEOOMNGNND SPLENDID RT AND If yon arc not prepared to make, your purchase outright, n deposit your choice till you arc ready fur it. tte make alterations free and guarantee the lit. .Mrs. Pcuucfillbcr will not receive tomorrow. Mr .M. Johnstoiie left on Satur- ila'y on a big game hunting trip in the Rockies. t I The Ladies' Class at the Y.M.C.A. open toniotrow night at 7.30. Fresh trom the Gardens of the finest Tea-producing country in the world. Ceylon Tea. Sealed Lead Packets Only. w Tr, it-it's BLACK, MIXED or GRBKN. New Suits to tar ,mtar, mostly in colors navy, black and Russian green. NEW SILK wide, colors miry, brown, black, white, Belgian blue, Russian green. Band, putty, etc, g BLACK special pur- chase in exceptionally good iiuality, worth 51.50; 36 inches wide, wonder- t i- iere will you look, sonny, where i will you look iVhen your children yet to be iraor to learn of the part you took n the war that kept men free? 11 you say it was naught to you if i France ilood up to her Joe or blinked? t where will you look when they give the glance That tells you they .know you j funked? iy do they call, sonny, they call for men who are brave and strong? 'it naught to you if your country fall, Ud Right is smashed by Wrong? Mt football still and the picture show, The pub and the betting odds, When your brothers stand to the tyrant's blow And Britain's call is God's What will you lack, sonny, what -will you lack When the girls line up the street, Shouting their love to the lads come back From the foe they rushed to beat Will you send a strangled cheer to the sky And grin till your cheeks are red But what will you lack when your mate goes by With a girl who cuts you dead? How will you fare, sonny, how will you fare. In the far-off, winter night, When you sit by the fire in an old man's chair And your neighbor's talk of the fight? Will you slink away, as it were from a. blow, Your old head shamed and bent, Or say, "I was not with the first to ep, B.llt I went, thank God, 1 HAROLD BEGBIB. NOT MUCH FIGHTING IN LAST 12 DAYS, SAYS FRENCH London, Aug. report froin Field-Marshal Sir John. French, com- mander-in-chief of the British army In the field, was given out by the Bri- tish War Office tonight, as follows: Since my last comiuimication of August 18 there has been no fighting on our front to record. There has been a certain amount of mining act- ivity, but conditions generally have been normal." MIXED SEED GRAfN ck to tlie Old Price TO-MORROW Quaker >reaer loaf Claims Seed Supplied by Government May be Detrimental to Crops Calgary, Alta., Aug. the Dominion government seed grain sup- plied to A'lberta farmers was of such i mixed-variety that it may result in detriment to the general high grade "rain products oi this prov- ince is the opinion of J. A. Moore, secretary ot the farmers' co- operative Elevator company, who yesterday received eight samples of the new crop from iliHerent points. "From our agent at Retlaw, Alta., we received a sample of wheat in the stalk which had red fyte, white fyfe, Preston, Stanley and club varieties, all in one said Mr: Moore. "The agent assures us that the sam- ple of the farm and that the larm was supplied with government seed. Many farms arc the same. If the Do- minion government bought its seed in this province that state would not exist. Alberta could furnish a higher grade and more distinct varieties than any province in the Dominion." COPPER NOW WORTH A TON IN GERMANY -Berlin, Aug. ?1000 per ton is now being paid by the German government to householders and oth- ers_who bring copper objects to the metal collecting depots. This com- pares with a price of per ton re- cently quoted on the London market for, copner in bulk. The "prices fixed for the various metals which the government has ask- ed citizens to are as fol- lows: ..Copper, 51 per kilo (2 i-5 brass, 75c.; nickel, Campaign In Britain London, Aug. Daily Ex- press appeals to the British govern- ment to inaugurate a campaign like that in Germany for the collection of useless household articles, of copper, till anil zinc, which are needed for the conduct of the war. It declares that more than worth of this character of material is going to waste in attics, store rooms and work shops which people would willingly part with if they knew the metal would tie turned into shells and cart- ridges. ______ .Mr and Mrs. II. II. Hr'Jcc have re- turned from spending the summer at Coleman. f j The fiirls' Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 7.30 in the i'rcs- bytcrian" Sunday school. ..Mrs Robert Reynolds returned home after spending theli summer with her daughter at Edmonton. The ladies of St. Patrick's Parish are urgently requested to he present at a special meeting to be held in the presbytery at o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, in order to dis- cuss Red Cross work. Mr and -Mrs. A. S. Tullock an- nounce the marriage ol their daugh- ter Minnie, to Mr. It. J. Barnard at the Salvation Army Citadel, Monday September llth, 1915. The marriage of Miss Ethel Jl. Wa> to Mr. Hurley B. McBlyoa will take place tomorrow, September 1st at the home of the tormcr s parents, 1361 1th avenue south. Mrs A M. Moe, of Lctllbridgc wiio with her niece, Miss Viva Niven have been visiting in Nanaimo am Vancouver for the past month, the guests of Mrs. William Niven. Calgary Herald. The regular monthly meetinfi of Knox Church Ladies' Aid will he. held on Thursday afternoon at 3, in the 'school room. Mrs. Ucnoon and Mrs. T F Kirkham will he the reception committee and Mrs. Unas. McKlllop, Mrs. W. H. Morris and Mrs. B. James, the hostesses for the day. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. WVJ.ey, who have been the guest 01 the lautr s brother, Mr. 0. S. Francis, of the Imperial Oil Co., returned to their home in Calgary yesterday after- noon. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. p. D E are calling a meeting m the Y' M C on Wednesday nibht at 8 30 for those taking part in the Flag Day arrangements these mem- bers are" urgently requested to he present. hill [or attending his horses amount- ing to around 511, some of which ho tad owed for several years. "Have a receipt for that money ask- ei! Sir Charles Davidson. Witness said he was afraid it had been de- stroyed. 5h. Thompson then instruct- ed Mr. (lough to bring his brother s rash hooks to court. A Spirited Bay Mare The sale oi a spirited hay mare lor which a year before hail cost was explained by George Rob- inson of Halifax this morning. Rob- inson said the mare was iuil oi She was between and ten veira old. "Were the spirits of the mare the reason for your selling at a dis- asked Commission Counsel Thompson. Robinson said the animal was ner- vous of street cars and unsuitable lor livery purposes. This horse, and a bav gelding he sold for were quite sound. Dr. Oough was the vet- erinary. She'8 a Puzzle Time was when she used to fret and fume Whenever aimimer days were hot, And wear a constant look of sloora. And try to find a cooling spot. Woman's Health and spirits depend upon her digestion and circulation. Sallow skin, pimplw, facial blemishes and depression dia- amwir after the system been cleansed and the blood purilled by BEECHAM'S PIIIUS d Vita u will In. One of the many military hospitals in England which are carried on by the energy ami enterprise of titled women is that of Lady Roberts, sister of the late Lord Roberts at i Here no servants are employ- led ladies volunteering to do all the work of the place. Among these are two Toronto girls, the Misses Mar- tha and Beth Fudger, who are doing the work of pantry maids. QJecn Mary recently visited the hospital and on being told by Lady Roberts of these two Canadians who 'were giving their services, she crossed the room to shake hands with them. Ask Your Grocer, or phone 378 or 1027 JOHN GILMORE, Fall: Millinery Opening Showing the Newest Ideas And The Latest Styles Tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 1st ALL LADIES ARE INVITED MRS. McMEEKIN 318, 13th Street North Maks Robust Children Halifa-v'; Aug. 30.-An insistent re quest was today made by both Si Charles Davidson, chairman, an John Thompson, K.C., counsel to th war supplies, commission, that Di Gough, an official veterinary, who ex amined horses purchased as remolinl last August, has. been urged to come bac1.; to Halifax and defend his repu- tation, The 'request was 'made to of. the surgeon, who-was asked to communicate with him in West Virginia and point out that evidence afieqting his personal chnracter and honor had been given before'the-commission. The' -statements regarding Dr. Gough, a contention by Mr. Thomp- son that while 70 horses had been bought in the Halifax district only 69 were shipped, and evidence by Alan Macpherson of New Glasgow, who netted a profit of in a few hours on tlie. sale of a horse, formed the feature, of the day's session John Gough, brother of Dr. Sough asked bv Mr Thompson if he knew anything about a horse haTing been stolen Oough said he had heard talk lie shipped 69 to Valcartier travelling ftlth them Mr. Thompson said 70 were pur chased here, "You had better get your brothe back from West Virginia if you can do reputation is at the counsel said Sir Davidson also remark ed to Sir Gough "I wotld suggest that ;on tele rraph your brother and inform mm that evidence concerning his hono and perwnal character nab been giv en here." Gouah promised to wire his broth cr, and said he would inform th commission of his reply Thomns Myra, Haluai, bv Mr Thompsop, denied that h cave Gough Jill alter dealing wit She remount buyers, He paid him Fall: Opening1 t Wednesday, Sept. 1st And Following Days We cordially Invlt. you to vlaw our Flrrt Dltplay of the Seawn'i Smartest MISS JOHNSTON 309, 6th Street South WHAT EXPLAINS ITS ENORMOUS POPULARITY Is always the, same perfect tea. Its quality never changes. UserH Know it is the best tea. Ask for it by name. Send this Advertiiement 26 cenU to. Blue Rlb-on. Winnipeg, for Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Write plainly. ;