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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HEHALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917 Splendid Sclectionsof New Falf Goods Specially Featured for Sat Shoppers Goods purchased away in advance to avoid the sharp advances put on, and selling, in the majority of cases, at no more than last year's prices. Nek Fwrs and Fur Coats Fur neckpieces and mufla In separate pieces or matched aets and bearer and Hudson naal conts M prices representing most unusual ralues. New Gossard Corsets The recognized leader of all front lacing styles, now mrfde In Canada and selling nt the same price as In the U. S. Slight, mcciiam and stout models. Prices R50 to $8.50. New Fall Silks A lorely new stock bought at old prlcea, Including Duehesse, Poplins, Taffetas, Crape de Chenc, Hnb-utal and lining satins in all the wanted colors. Dainty New Waists , New voiles In various new styles; new crepe de chene and georgettes in h lovely variety, featuring the smartest styles to oo had anywhere. COMPLETE STOCK OF UNDERWEAR In union suits, vests and drawers for boys and gfirls up to (> years of age. All misses' sizes and regular and extra large women's sizes. New Fall Hosiery Smartest Fall Coats In cashmere, silk and lisle, for children. Girls and boys and all women's sizes. Nobby Fall Suits Smartes t cheviot suits in colors navy, brown, green, burgundy, black, etc. Very special values at $27.50 to $37.50. In velours, plushes, chinchilla* tweeds and a particularly heavy motor coat in excellent styles. A wonderfully complete showing. CLARKE &Co. The Ladies* Store Phone 463 612, 3rd. Ave. S, New Dress Goods NO HIGHER IN PRICE THAN TWO YEARS AGO. 42 inch Serge, na'ry and black. Special ................ $1.00 42 inch Diagonal Serge. All colors. Special............$1.4C 42 inch Granite Cloth. All color*. Special ................ $1.76 82 Inch Granite Cloth, navy only. Special ................$1.00 52 inch Diagonal Worsted, various color*. Special .... $2.50 50 Inch Serge, navy and blaok. Special ................$2.60 50 inch Gaberdine, various-colors. Special ............$2.78 50 inch Broadcloth, various colors. Special .........., $3.00 56 inch Tailors' Serge, navy only Special ................ $4.0C 50 inch Cheviot*, navy and black. Very heavy............ $2.60 62 Inch Coating, plain and tweed*.................$2.76 62 inch Coating*, rich tweed mixture*.................. $3.50 62 inch Coating*, on* length of each, a yard .. $4.60 afTd $5.00 27 Inch Cord Velvet, varloua color*. Yard ............... 90c 23 Inch Plain Velveteen, all color*......................75c 92 Inch Black Costume Velvet. Special ................ $2.50 32 Inch Silk Ores* Plush, various colors................. $4.60 BARONS (From Our Own Correspondent) Barons, Aug. 30.-Mrs. McKinney and son of Claresholm, were visitors at the home of J. W. Craig this week. Mr. Quincey, who has been ill in Lethbridge hospital, has returned home, and is improving slowly. The hum of the binder is heard on all Bides now, and the grain is very good. A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley last Friday evening, when they entertained in'their beautiful new home. Their many friends were unanimous In wishing them many hapy dayB. Mrs. Alexander, of Moobb Jr-vr, who has been on a visit to the coast cities, Is visiting at the home of her brother, J. W. Craig. QUEEN MOTHER ATTENDS WEDDING ATTACKED SENATOR Paris, Aug. 30.-LyonB police hare attested Raymond Robllle, 17 years old, on the charge of having attacked H. A. McLean, formerly a Louisiana senator, who was shot in Lyons on Tuesday. BACKACHE, LdniflO AID ^ IHEIJIATIC TB0VBIA Mr. Btoor-l wish to state that I suffered greatly from backache, lumbago tad rheumatic troubles! I used * Aaarie," the latest discovery of Doctor Pierce for backache and kidney troubles, aad I oan oheerfully recommend tha " Aamrie Tablet*" to anyone suffering r of these akladlea. fours trail, J.>. Oam  - '&asi ' ltvt>t' It {� now asserted with �o*> Ideooe that these) painful elects due ta arte add in the system are entirely eradicated. A new remedy, ealtad "Xnurl:/ hu bean discovered by Or. Pleroa, and M tha caaae of r drainage outward of tha urie acid with which it comae In can tact within the body. It will ward oC backache, headache, and tha darting pains and aches of\ articular or muscular rbeuma-ttem-of those diseases which TAKING-OT THE D CROP OF ALFALFA NOW Photo shows Queen Alexandra and Princess Victoria arriving at the Chapel Royal, St. James Palace, London, for the wedding of Captain, the Mar quia of Carlsbrooke, and Lady Irene Denison, only daughter of the Earl and Soantea* of Londesborough. Every member of the Royal Family thon in London was present at the ceremony. Coaleale, August 30.-Mr. and Mr*. P. O. Norton and Miss Vistula, accompanied by Mis* Hunt of Iron Springs, returned on Monday evening from an .auto trip through Qlacler Park. Rev. J. M. Fawcett is spending tula week in pastonil visitation on the Chin field of his circuit. He is accompanied by Mrs. Fnweott and children. Mrs. Wm. Macintosh and daughter, Miss Ellen, .ire spending the week visiting friends at Macleod and Oranum. Miss Marian Depew of Bow Island, who has been visiting at W. J. Emde's, returned to her home on Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mis* Lettle Emde, who will visit in Dow Island for a tow days. Miss Jessie Macintosh tins secured position with the Standard Bank, North Lethbridge, and commenced her new duties on Monday. I Miss Ellen Johnston, who has spent tho summer with her brother, "Eddie" Johnston, returned qu Wednesday, to take up school duties in Idaho. Sunday school will be reopened for the fall and winter on Sunday, Sept. 2nd at T p.m. Scholars should aim at a punctual and regular attendance. Harvard desks have been placed In the senior room at the school. In readiness for the opening nest Tuesday. The many friends of Miss Nan Macintosh, will be pleaBod to know that she has fully recovered from the injuries sustained in a recent accident. Threshing is well under way. Nearly all the harvesting Is .completed. The second cutting of alfalfa is begun. In all the farmers have-no time to be Idle these d.iys. The labor situation does not appear to be serious, there being a man for nearly every job. The grim horror of war was again brought near to Coaldale In the death of Frank Gardiner, recently. Frank was well and favorably known here, having worked at the Mitchell Nursery for some time. The first Coal-dale casualty was that of Paul Paulson, who has several brothers and slaters in this district. Our ball team seem to be running Btrong on "tie" games. Last week in a 5-lnnlng game with Taber, the score was 4 to 4. There is not a doubt, at the rate they were going, that It Old Sol had remained above the horizon a while longer, the tie would have been broken in ft.vor of the locals,. J. J. Leftler is recuperating in a Chevrolet car, which he is getting "nicely broken to drive." It, however, is a little hard of hearing, and does not know the meaning o! "whoa." i. ALBERTA CASUALTIES) '.Today'* casualty, list* contain the name of one Commerce man, Pte. P. Scott, killed la action. Other names In the lists are Pte. Y/ W. Jamieson of Bow Island, wounded. He was with the Medical Services. Pte. B. O. Brown of High River and Pte. C. Betts of Coutts are also wounded. * * 9 4 DEATH OF MRS. Long a Resident of Lethbridge -One Son In Active Service 1 The death of Mrs. William Virtue one of the oldeat residents of the city, occurred last evening at hnx home near Henderson Park. Mrs. Virtue had been lu poor Health for over a year. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 2.30 from the family reaidence, Rev. A. C. Baker, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. The late Mrs. Virtue lived In Lethbridge for the past 16 years. She is survived by her husband, and by three sons and three daughters. The sons are: J. A. Virtue, Macleod; .Tudson, of Lethbridge. and Lieut. A. O. Virtue, at present with the 6J.st battery In England. The daughters are Mrs. 13. E. Code, Ottawa; Miss Kathleen and Miss Frances, at home. causts could be avoided it evory Canadian camper and fisherman kept vigilant watch on his own pair of hands, and every settler kept a tight rein on hi* clearing Arcs.. It does not cost five cents or five minutes to put out a camp fire or a cigarette or a match, but It costs the peoplo of Canada four or Ave million dollars a year' to partially overtake, the:, timber damage caused by runaway flames. IT WOULD. "It would save a lot of trouble." "What would?" "If we were nil as honest ni W9 expect the other fellow to be." PILES. E i- Camp Borden, Ont., Aug. 30. - A guard of honor composed of airplanes escorted t^.e regal special train to Camp Borden at 11:55 o'clock this morning. Th� station platform had been cleared of all civilians and was well guarded by military police when the Duke ot Devonshire stepped from the rear steps of the car "Cornwall", accompanied by his military staff, Col. Henderson, Captain Ridley and Col. Hoar, of the flying corps. The vice-regal party was met by. Major General Loggie and General Fillre. The Duchess of Devonshire did not accompany His Excellence. The party set out to the camp to visit the Royal Flying Corps, at Camp Hoare. As the Duke will not visitthe C.E.F. at Camp Borden official]) the reception at the station was entirely informal. The vice-regal party took lunch at the officers' mess of the Royal Flying Corps and spent a busy afternoon making a close inspection of the camp. A wonderful display of flying was put on during the afternoon. v~ His Excellency and party will return to'Toronto by motor this evening. COURTEOUS GERMANS An Atlantic Port, Aug. 27.--Captain Cyrus W. Crooks, master of the American barque Christlane which was sunk by a German submarine Aug. 7, near the Azores was entertained as a guest on board the U-boat, and over a glass of wine was told by the German commander that he "hated to sink American ships." Captnln Crooks related the incident on arrival here today on board an Italian liner. The American captain said he was bound home from London when his ship was sunk. Not being armed he surrendered to the U-boat. "We spent two hours on the submarine while the Germans removed from the Christlane all our supplies and sunk her with bombs," he said. "The captain then escorted us to our lifeboats, gave us the direction of the nearest land and bid us a courteous good-bye. The submarine was about four hundred feet long, and carried two six-Inch guns. The name signed to the receipt is Captain J. Erlinger, German navy. We landed safely at Ponta Delgada." by too much uric add, anch as goat, asthma, sciatica, renal ealeului. *An-uric " prolong* life becamaa old peoplo usually suffer from hardening and thickening nf the wall* of the arteries, doe to tha exceu of i urie acta in the bload and tlaWUCS. Dr. Pierce, who 1* director and chief physician at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y, ha* been testing this wonderful medicine for the relief of over-worked and weakened kidney*. The relief obtained by sufferer* has been so satisfactory that ha determined to place "Anurtc" with the principal druggist* In town where people could get this ready-to-usc medicine. * Anuria" is not harmful or poisonous, bat *ld* nature In throwing off those poisons within the body which cause w mush suffering, pain and misery. Sciential* assert this remedy is 37 timet mora ' at.than litht*. Send 10 cents for i trial package. �wleMs building up a reputation as ~. Dr. Pierce's ojher Well-knows J which have been proved rell-duriM nearly nlty year*, such aa hw Pjeros;* Vavorlte Prescrlptloa - 11U of women, Doctor Pierce'* P*n*M, tha liver regulator, Pierce� Golden lUdlatJ rM Motel. SOME EVERY DAY GROCERY PRICES AT DONALDSON'S Airdale Honey. Per comb ........... Airdale Honey in glace from 16c to .......... Honey, p*r 6 pound pail ................. Pulled Flo*. par glass ............ Burdeck'a Marmalade Per glass ............ Punch and H.P. Sauce Per bottle .'........... Catsup Relish, per large bottle ............... PHONE 1150 25c 30c 1.1C 30c 30c 25c 30c P. K. Hop*. Per pkt. .............. Saurkraut. Per tin ............ Finnan Haddles. Per tin............... Clover Leaf Salmon. 2 tin* for............ Pineapple. Large tin*............ Lombard and Green Gag* Plum*. P*r tin Peara or Apricots Per tin............ 10c 25c 25c 35c 25c 20c 25c W.E PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS AND GOOD FRE8H DAIRY SUTTER. TERRIBLE FOREST FIRES FROM TRIFLING CAU8ES A man dropped a lighted match on the shore ot Kalamalka Lake, British Columbia, on July 8th, last. Within an hour a hot fire was racing through the underbrush. For three weeks after that there raged a series of forest fires, defying the organized efforts of hundreds of men. At one time, 26 fire fighters were ringed about with flames while their relatives, shut off from them and help-lesB to aid, awaited news in terrorized suspense. Only after severe .suffering from exhaustion, thirst and hunger did the band of workers force their way through to safety. That experience is a big price to pay for one person's foolish act In handling matches In a forest. The court fined the careless man $50 hut that does not help the province to bear the enormous Iobs. One lighted match dropped on one inch of inflammable ground expanded Into fifteen miles of ruin. In the Spruce Valley fire of British Columbia of the same month, eleven men lost their lives, most of them tortured to death as they struggled over the mountain tops. The fuse to that disaster was supplied by a small piece of lighted tobacco carelessly thrown on the grassy floor of a tent. Ninety out of a hundred tragic holo- NEW DAYTON (from Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, Aug, 30.-Mr. and Mrs. John Rentz called on Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and family Sunday. Mrs. Will Atkins returned to Lethbridge Saturday to visit her father bo-fore returning to her home at Cando, N.D. Mr. and Mrs, Greeno were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wood, Sunday. Mrs. Peterson called on Mrs. Wm. Beaton, Monday. Mr. Harris from Magrath, called on Mr. W. L. Morrical, Tuesday. Mr. and Mis. Heiber are the new proprietors of the "Wheat Belt" hotel. They will he ready for business In a few days. New Dayton has also a few other new enterprises, a barber shop,, Mr. Boyd being the barber. Harry Greeno in doing a good business with his gurage, and is also agent for the Ford car. Miss Catherine Schill returned to her school duties Monday. Miss Baker, from Medicine Hat, Is the guest of Mrs. McKay. Miss Miriam-McDonald spent a few days with Mrs. McKay this week. Herald, the little eon of Mr. and Mrs, Rlsenger, is quite 111 at this writing. Mrs. Duell is 111 and in the Lethbridge hospital for treatment. Dr. McCallum spent Tuesday in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beaton called op Dr. McCallum Wednesday evening. ' Ed. Baker Is the guest of W. L. Morrical and family. Som-Mor Biscuir Meets a War Demand Most of us can give money -but soldiers peed tin* and we want to help. With but a day or two between oven and consumer, there ic no need to buy biscuit in tint. SOM-MOR biscuit are packed in triple sealed, striped, cardboard carbons only, and reach you in the freshest condition. Give the Soldiers tins and buy your iSscuits in cartons. It's no sacrifice for you, and IT WILL help the boys. Ask for Royal Arrowroot in cartons, too. We Like to Cater to People who are Particular about the quality of Groceries they use -AND INVITE VJOUR TRADE ON THE UNDERSTANDING THAT YOU WILL ALWAYS GET ABSOLUTELY FIRST QUALITY GROC-IES AND A SERVICE THAT WILL PLEA8E YOU. OUR CONSTANT. AIM 18 TO MAKE THIS GROCERY A BETTER ONE-AND WE ATiE DOING IT. YOU WILL FIND IT SATISFACTORY IN QUALITY, PRICE AND SERVICE. Grape Juice, case 24 pt*. $5.78 Grape Juice case 12 qt*. $8.50 Grape Juice, 8 '/� gal... $5.75 Grape Juice, bottles, 30o, 55c and ..... ...... 85c Lemon Juice............. 45c Lemonade ................ 35c Ginger Wine .I 35c Loganberry Juice 35c, 35c, and...................... 50c Lemonade Powder; 2 for... 25c Olives, 20c, 25c, riOs, and 40c Biscuits, McVitie & Price Old Country Biscuits, la.it shipment until after the war. Harvard Creams, Tea Rusks, Dur-ra'a Shorties, 8m.;lI Groto Nursery, Meal and Garibaldi, per lb....................... 55c H. P. Sauce, per bottle____ 30c Punch Sauce, per bottle .... 35c R9S��' Syrup in glass .. v 40c Heinz India Relish ....... 35c Yacht Club Salad Dressing 45c Brand* Soup In glass, regular 45c. On sale____......... 30s K.A.G. Kills All Germs, sprinkle a little in your garbage can, 2 pkgs. for............... 25c Sani Flush per tin.........-ic Chloride Lime ............ 15c Palm Olive Soap, 2 Ton.....25c Blackberries, arriving daily. Plums, Tragedys, basket.. 60c Black Currants, a few at two for..................... 3Ec There are fifteen technical colleges in Queensland, with 8,000 students in atsssdance, * '"Sr.." : NortkrWtst Bbcuh Conpiay.ljeHUJ, BDHMtTON, AH*. i�l�i*kl,la*iliii,ril>ii>�e�ViitM�ir. PWHHMa^i SPECIAL PEACHES 100 cases to clear Very special . . $1.20 Peaches, per lb. .�.......... 10c Pear*, fine Bartletts, 2 for . .25c Canteloupe," 15c, 20c arid 25o ea Lemons, per doz. ..:........ 45c Oranges, doz... 30c, 36c and 40c HOTHOUSE TOMAT0E8 8peclal 5 lb. basket /�f*_ Eich ........ ...... DOC Egg Plant, each ......... 20c Grien Peppers, per lb.....25c Celery, nice B.C., per lb... 12'/2C Green Corn, per doz.......30c Cauliflower, large, each.... 15c Cabbage, per lb............4c Cucumbers, 3 for .......... 25c Squash, per lb. ......:'......4c CHOICE CALIFORNIA TOMATOES Friday & Saturday 1�1 Per lb............ 162'C Per basket ............. 40c School Opening Specials SCHOOL SUPPLIES WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF SCRIBBLERS, EXERCI8E BOOK8, PENCILS, PEN8, ERASER8 CRAYON8, ETC, GIRLS' DRESSES THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK AT 8PECIAL PRICES. A full line of Groceries, Fruits and Provisions always on hand Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, 3 lbs. for ................... $1.0C Coffee, Mocha and Java Bland,- per lb.................. 50c Jelly Powder, 3 for.........25c Sun Ammonia Powder, 2 pkga. for ..................... 25c TEA. Donaico. A high grad-j Ceylon, Orange Pekoe, on sale at the old price ..........40c GEO. KERR & Co. PHONES 1453 ami 1365 BOOTS and SHOES WE HAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN BOYS AND GIRLS' SCHOOL SHOES. CHILDREN'S DRESSES ONLY A FEW LEFT AT REDUCED PRICES. Special prices in Fancy GlasHware, Chinawnre and several lines of Dinnerware. R. B. MORDEN GENERAL MERCHANTS PHONE 1356 526 THIRTEENTH ST, N. 3 ;