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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. 19 THE LKTHBniDCE DAILY HERALD FIVE SPECIALS For Friday Saturday We are Giving Real Bargains in s MEN'S'SUITS Prom to Selling at Suits. Selling lit Good makes. Selling at MEN'S HATS KiiKitlar 25.00 Suits. Soiling at BOYS' WEARiBETTER SUITS BELT FREE Regular ?8.60 to J9.50. CA Selling at 50.50 and MEN'S STRONG PANTS MEN'S KALUR-KilGAN COMBINATIONS 95c IJOYS' WASH BLOUSES 65c WASH TIES left. Regular 11.50 Soiling a'. Regular A few loft. Friday ami Saturday only a :'FEW Real values. Regular and 5K.OO. Selling at 9c Fall and Winter Goods are Arriving Daily. Save Money on Your Grocery Bill by Taking Advan- tage of Our Friday and Saturday Specials Spider FLY CATCHERS OA_ B. R. TEA per pound..... C. S. COFFEE per pound 'DIAMOND4 COFFEE. Ground 40c .40c .38c in our store. per Ib. 25c '20c 5c SOCKEYE SALMON per tin B. C. RED SALMON per tin............. KING OSCAR SARDINES i ..lust in. per tin DOMESTIC SARDINES per tin............ PURE. JAMS. All flavors, i 4 Ib. paiis, per pail... CORN STARCH '3'packages COCOA. Fry's or Baker's np Ib. tin GROUND RICE. 2 pligs. for 25c 25c B. C. SUGAR SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND .SATUP.DAY ONLY With a SV.OO Grocery Order. Per fcrox of 50 AMMONIA per bottle..... SANI FLUSH per tin SOAPS. Gold or Sunlight Cn 11 bars-for OUC POTATOES 15 Ibs. for PEACHES, per pound CRAB APPLES -1 Ibs. for B. C. TOMATOES. 2 Ibs. for 5 pound basket B. C. CELERY per pouud APPLES 3 and 4 Its, for Per box and 15c 25c 25c lOc 25.c 25c. ___50c lOc 25c Western Mercantile Co. Where Your 'Dollar Does Its Duty. Phone 1724. Duck Shooting Opens Qn September 1st Headquarters for the Best Guns and Ammunition 12 and '16 Guage Per of 25 Per am' of 600 Dominion ereign SmoKelesb Dominion Hega I U'less U. M. C. Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. 306 FIFTH ST S PHONE 764 Notice of -.Judicial. 8? City Property v Pursuant to Uie jndgment'an'd fiiUli Order for Sale made in a certain! at' tion by the Judge in Chambers of the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Calgary, there shall he offered for sale BY PUBLIC AUC- TION by Malcolm Young, at the Court House, Letlibridge, at .Miss Jlnud Wilson is In Calgary visiting .Vun. K. K. Sti-wart. Mr. Stanley Kirkliuin IIUK rttturne'l from a week's flBliinK trip. Lieut. R. Martin, 7Mh Depot Fliit- tory, has returned from a recruiting trip to ISdmouton.. Mr. A. li; Hogg, returnwl-today to Ills home ill Carn'mngay alter spend- ing a inontii in Mlt' '-'ty- Miss Agnes is Imiving ;o morrow for Calgary to SJHMM! u of weeks with Miso .Marci'lla Utterly. i Miss Janet Stephens, who has 'visiting Mrs. G.'N. Kendall for the past month, has retunitMi to Ctilgtiry. I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kress hove] i returned from a trip io Xalltoil, gary and Medicine Hut. Mrs. J. A. Jackson and children have returned to the city after spend- i ing a couplt: of.monllis in Hiytli, Out. .Miss .Marguerite Hunt who has been i the guest of Miss lists return- led -'to liurdett, where she is teaching Mrs. K. Brnokc and Miss Kane left last night on an exu-mled visit to i Kngland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpinan and family are leaving tin; end ot the i week'to'spend a holiday at Proctor, B. C. I I J i Misses Gladys and Marguerite. i Black, who spent a week with .Miss j Marian McCamhly, returned to their j 'home in Calgary on Tuesday. j'v I The members of the Willard W.C. 'T.U. will'meet for Red Cross sewing !at the home of Mrs. A. R. Humphries i tomorrow night. j Kev.'G. H. Cobbledick, Mrs. Cobble- Ulirk and family arrived liome this afternoon after spending a month's i holiday at Sylvan Lake, near Red Deer. I Mrs. Frank Hedley and little daugh- ter who have been spending the summer in .Toronto, are home on Sunday morning. Mr. Arthur Higinliotham. -who is I in Japan visiting his brother Mr. rHarry Higinhotham and Mrs. Iligin- Miot'Jam, sails for-home on September Hth on the Empress of .Russia. j i The Daughters and Maids of. Ens- jlaud will hold meeting at. the home of Mrs. Binning, US Kith Street north, on Friday evening at 8 ''o'clock-. I I -Miss Meryie Uockerllne who has Iliee'n spending a week with her aunt, 'Mrs. W. J. '.McCambly, returned to her home in North Bay, Out., on Tues- 'I'day- She ivas; accompanied as far as Calgary' by Mrs.' McCambly's little iiieee, r.fiss Margaret Black. a The employees of tho telephone of- i fice this.-morning.presented -Miss -Mar- garet ;I. Ponald, whose marriage to THE 'BAY' GROCERYSPECIAIS for Fri. Sat, are very pronounced And Your Order Will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention FLO UK B. Co.'s Seal ol' Quality 2-HbSai-k___.11.20 lt> 11) FLOUR Fi vc Hoses 24 111 41) It) 98 IT) Sack 23 c POWDERED AMMONIA O 9 Reg. 1'Oc. 3 pkts...... J C 20c v 25c GRAPE JUICE. Pints LIQUID AMMONIA '1 bottles Great Guns! The Puck Season Open4 Friday Get our aiiununitioiLtteady. We carry one ol largest stocks of and shells in the City. If you w ant tb; get birdsuse onr siip- M. .SOVEREIGN SHEJILS. art HaWware Go. 418 Sifftft North s- 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, the 911] day of September. A.D. 1916, the M; with cut glass water set. Miss Donald lias been with the com- pany for five years. Tho presenta- tion was made by Mr. J. Dow, tho local manager in a few well chosen .--.On Tuesday. Aug. 22. at the home of Rev. fi. W. McCracken, War- ner the marriage was solemnized of Edward John Wright, son of John lowing lands and premises: j of Florpnn and Miss Laura ild 57 in Block "F" according both the .young people he- plan of part of the City of Lotlihridgo H_ j.om They were, .air of record in the Laud Titles Office for and William Kurtz- the South Alberta Land Registration and brother.of .the a musical comedy tabloid, introducing clexecvcomedy lines, afld a' prftty. girls. The act is District as plan-723-D Lethbrldge also Plan 1854-C Lethbridge. The Lots are situate on the North side of 5th Avenue A. Lethbridge, having a frontage of feet. The Lots' contain the following beautifully dressed, and the scenery frome shingle cottage, investiture is worthy of mention. 24s2S ___ _ window and other small -additions, fully modern, including natural gas. Tho property.is situate half a block from the street car line in a fair res- idential part of the City. The terms of sale will be 15 per cent, .cash at the time of '.he sale. 15 per cent, in 90 days thereafter .and the balance in three euual instalments in 1 and 3 years from the date of sale with interest at the rate of S per cent, per annum.'In all other respects the conditions approved by a Judge or .Masters in Chambers will apply. 'For further particulars apply to Lent, Jones, Mackay Mann, 30f, Orain Exchange Byilding, Calgary, Alberta, Solicitors for the Vendor. 'Dated at Calgary, 'Alberta, this 3th day ot August, lille. LAUKE.VCB .1. CLARKE, Clerk of the Court. Approved: J. L. Jennlson, L..I.S.C. NO. feet 'with sleeping porch, bay Crawford and Broderick. a mere man and a pretty maid, will present a'combination of .variety called "A Lit- tle o' T.his and a Little 6' which fulfot contagious humor. Banes', athletes of merit, Hid comedy motion pictures, will con- chide most entertaining variety pro Sit the Orpliemn Tlioir'Empire Girls again played to two large houses last niogt despite the arge crowd that went to Raymond to ake iiV the Stampede and judging from the lift the girls are making they are due tci; jiave packed houses the rest of their stay here. The company have Ijeen together for over two years and are up In any number of good bills and- tlie new change hill tor Fridav "The :King of the Bo-Lo-Islands" is even a: better play than the present bill. we say that the comedians are the' best ever-'seen In Lethbridge we raein it. The comedy isn't a laugh itiiii ope solid scream, and the come dians know- when to 'quit and not over do it. 'Entire change of program Fri day. i What the Press Agents Say PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE 'S AT THE ORPHEUM MONDAV An artistic treat 1s promised Or- plrtum patrons for the coming Pan- tnges show Monday, which opens with a mntiuee. The program is composed of high-class vaudeville numbers, .con- sisting of the following: Uert Nestor. Chas Moore and their sweethenrts in The of Nohlsmen Cigars have more than trebled during the t past three months. Have you tried one Ono of the moatliniqueandbeatitlf pictures ever shown in the city, "A Matrimonial will -be, the tea Hire atj Star-land for- the .last times to night. This is ohe of the beautiful colored Pathc pictures. In five reels A splendid comedy-draina. Friday and Saturday- limiidie Swee In the thrilling story of Russian poll tlcal intrigue will bo the attraction h the Jesse L. of "Th founded linon. Usury Merrlman's .novel of the same M yrltien especially for Miss Swett fta dramiitist, Marion FalrlM 29c EGGO- BAKING POW DER. rib. tins BON AMI. Cake or pow for KRINKLE CORNFLAKES Special 4 for PETTiJOHN'S BREAKFAST 1 Hr per packet SHREDDED WHEAT O P p 2 pkts.............. inJL FISH PASTES Kejllerls. Lobster. Shrimp. ,Sai- pion, Anchovy'or bloat- cr, per PARIS PATE. The new delicacy. 2 tins SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian OP .sardines.- S Special'' 2 '.tins tl o t. BROOKFiELD CREAMERY BUTTER. 2 Ibs. CR.EAMETTES. _' packets Cross Sour Mixed or Chow Chow. QL Sealers PICKLES Crossc Bhickwoll'si Walnuts. OnioiiK ur Gherkins. I'er bottle RICE. Good sound. 4 Ibs............... SALAD DRESSING POWDER. L' pkts----- OLD DUTCH CLEANS. ER. tins LUX. U packets ROYAL CROWN SOAP per carton.......... GOLD.DUST large packet APPLES. Good eating. Ibs................. PLUMS.. Red or-yeliow. per pound PEACHES. Special per pound............. BARTLETT PEARS per dozen......... BLACKBERRIES Special, per box 40c 25c 25c .25c 25c 22c 22c 25c lOc lOc 30c lOc 25c 20c lOc 27c ROSE'S 'CELEBRATED JUICE COR'DIAL. Special .LIME EXTRA SPECIALS' OLIVES. Ijiihcb Queen or Man- zaniilas. 16 oz. bottles. Reg- ular 4nc. Very .special LIBBY'S .TOMATO SAUCE. Large bottles. Reg. Jpecial, per ho.ttle SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. 23 bars Tea Sugar Special 20 Ibs. B.C. SUGAR AO OP 1 Ib. Red Rose Tea Tea Cocoa Special 20 Ibs. B. C; SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's At Perfection Cocoa ipfcuyp GRAPE JUICE. Quarts GRAPE CIDER. Reg. 70c gal. Extra special, per gal. tQ_ Jugs extra wUv. APPLES. Good cooking. C pounds BARTLETT PEARS. For pre- serving. oC per case CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF Half pound tins CLARKE'S SOUP All kinds, per tin FRENCH MUSHROOMS Special, per tin CANNED TOMATOES. 1 r Large size. Heavy paiik IOC TOMATO CATSUP 2 Ib. tins, 2 for CORN MEAL Special, 10 Ibs... Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib. sack LOWNEY'S COOKING CHOC- OLATE. Half pound cake..... SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa- nut. 7 7 Special, per Ib. I C CRISCO. {-I 4A per tin, 35c, 70c and v MONK 4 GLASS CUSTARD OR BLANC MANGE POW- DER. 1 Ib. tins.....iJC LIBBY'S PORK BEANS Large tins. 45c 25c 45c Raspberry pmm and black currant with .apple Ib. pails currejnt, grape, crab -apple or red currant. Special per tumbler PEANUT BUTTER. Souirrel brand. OQ 1 pound tins......... THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. nd produced under the direction ,06' Vm C DeMille. Miss Sweet, one ot be most popular photoilramatic stars, vas recently seen in "The Ragamuf- n" and "The-Black-List." At the Majestic The exact same company and pro- duction of "Charley's Aunt" the. pheii-. omenal Engllah. farce comedy which comes to the .Majestic theatre for two and Monday nest, Sept. 4th. Labor Day, 'ille'd an enormously successful en- gagement all last week at the Avenue An excolleiu per- of, is guaranteed oclil plavgoers at the Majestic on Mondav. 'All reserved seats are now Ing'at' the Hedley Drug Co. At the Empress, King Baggot never played a more convincing part ,ihan: in "Half.' a Rogue." But his interest in the sci- ence of changing one's.appearance by artificial means has remained as keen as that of a character actor, who bras to be a Proteus by profession. This picture is at the Empress tonight. On Friday and Saturday "Broken Fetters'1 will be. the feature. iLEGAt. -NOTICES NOTICE UNDER THE LAND TITLES ACT. To HENRY'BVER: NOTICE that procedings TAKE have bseu commenced .against you un- der Land Titles Act" by Can-, idia'n Mortgage Vssocia'ion in respect ot 5 our default in pnvment of 313 Sa piincipil and 1291 interest d u- U it n ler a mortgage made bj you to it on the following propeltj namelv Lot fourteen lit) according to a 10 subdivision of five to) and sit (I) in Block Plan