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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta friday, august 31, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE nine Fall Term Opening DAY SCHOOL-Tuesday, September 4th. NIGHT SCHOOL-Thursday, September 6th. AM Commercial Subjects Taught In a Thorough and Up-to-Date Manner. PERSONAL "You ahould not be aatiafled with a email aalary. You have a right to earn blgj wages. But In all seriousness-you cannot earn a big eatery until you are trained to do high gride work-every bualneaa man will tell you so. The moral l�, get ready; the. command Is, do It at once." CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION Durlno thla week the office will be open very afternoon from 3 to 6.30. rie Emblem rfficienl School GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS PHONE 1316 RESIDENCE PHONE �11 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDQE 1531 M1LADI PHONE 1324 TAM O'SIIANTER CROWN SUGGESTS THE APPROACH OF WINTER This bonnet has taken a lead on most of the fall fashions in that it has aerged the seasons of autumn and winter. The hat Is of midnight blue relvet with a tam-'o-ahanter crown. For decoration It is trimmed with Dsette of pink roses and purple grapes. IS 10 BE HELD Next Wednesday, Sept. 5, a meeting |>f tho Lethbridge district of Metho-Jist church work will convene in the Jnlted Church of North Lethbridge at > a.m. Ministers and laymen will be present from Burdett and Foremost tm the east and Monarch and Barons on the west and north. In the evening > public meeting will be held at which addresses will be given and special nusic rendered. Mr. Klias Adams Is back from the j coast for a few days.  *  Miss Mary C. Mcintosh Is holiday- j lng at Grand Forks, D. C. � �  Mr. A. K. Humphries has returned from a trip to tho coa�t.    Mrs. ' \V. H. Carnlll who recently underwent nn operation Is progressing favorably.   * Dr. C. K. P. Conybeare has returned from spending several weeks In tho cost.  * * Mrs. II. Calvin and Miss Helen Calvin, have returned from a camping trip at Waterton Lakes.  *  Dr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Klvors and children have returned from a motor trip to Rmpross and Medicine Hat.  �  Miss McNaughton of Toronto Is visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. A. Sharman and Mrs. Sidney Jackson.   * Miss S. Felnstcln has returned from an extended visit In the east, where Bhe has been visiting relatives. . * * Mrs. G. W. Allison and children returned yesterday morning after spondlng the summer at Proctor, B. C.  * * Rev. Chas. Baker has returned to the city and will occupy the pulpit at the First Baptist church on Sunday.  *  Miss Anglo Bawden was tho hostess of nn enjoyable thimble party last night, when she entertained fifteen guests.  *  Mrs. H. W. Cartwrlght of Lewis-town, Mont., arrived in the city yesterday to spend a month with her mother, Mrs. M, Schweitzer.    Mr. Thomas Merton formerly of the local branch of the Union Bank, who has been in Plnchor Creek for sev eral months, has been transferred to BoUsevain, Man. ... Mrs. J� Morgan Is returning homo from the coast on Saturday. Inspee tor Morgan will also arrive home on .Friday or Saturday, after visiting i relatives In the east.  * . Miss Maclachlan, superintendent of the. neglected and dependent chll-dron'is branch, has been appointed magistrate for Reglna, under the new juvenile courts act. Thomas Mutrle succeeds her as head of the neglected children's department. *   Miss Phyllis Higlnbotbam, who has I been spending a short vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hlg-inbotham, left today to resume her training at the John Hopkins' hospital, Baltimore. Miss lllglnbotham was accompanied east by her sister, Miss Marjorle Hlglnbotham, who will attend Havergal College, Toronto. 'S VOTE Strength in Summer comes to the man or woman whose daily diet consists of cereals and fruits. Meat 'and potatoes are a heavy load on the digestive organs. The ideal Summer diet is Shredded Wheat Biscuit, a food that is 100 per cent, whole wheat and prepared in a digestible form. For breakfast with sliced bananas or berries, with milk or cream. London, Aug. 31.-Lord Cecil, minister of blockade, today endorsed President Wilson'a reply to the peaoe proposals of Pope Benedict and said he waa not certain any further reaponae would be neceiaary. Made in Canada. C. N. R. BILL PASSED Ottawa, Aug. 30.-The C.N.R. bill waa finally disposed of under the closure rule In the'house at 2 o'clock this morning, when Hon. William Pugsley's amendment waa yoted down and third reading adopted. The amendment, which favored approval by parliament of the finding of the board of arbitration which will fix the value of the Canadian Northern railway stock to bo purchased by the government, was rojocted by a division of 52 io 36, a government majority oT 16. A. Champagne, North Battloford, voted with the government, and Barrette, of Berth I er, with the oppoaitton. Third reading of the bill waa then passed on the same division, the house adjourning at 2.30. The following interesting announcement was given out at Toronto yesterday on behalf of the Duke . of Devonshire: 'A marriage has been arranged between Lady Maud Cavendish, eldest daughter of His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire;; arid the Duchess of Devonshire, Captain Angus Mackintosh, A>vi^ C. Royal. Captain Mackintosh has been at Rldeau Hall for the past two years, having been with the Duke of Connaught for some time before the latter's departure. He Is 32 years of age. Lady Maud is 21." FIRST CAR OF NEW WHEAT HERE IS BIG FOREST FIRE Missoula, Mont., Aug. 30.-Destruction of a stand of seven million feet of timber valued at many millions of dollars, Is threatened by a forest Are on the lower south fork of the Flathead river today. Several crews of fire lighters have bnen gent to tho scene. 1 The first car of new wheat to be marketed In Alberta was sold to-day through the Ellison Milling Co. on the Calgary exchange, the grain grading No. 1, 10% dockage, and getting the top price on the market. The carload was loiided out by Peter Lund from his farm north of Coaldale. The land waa broken last September, and yielded 25 bushels weighing 63 pounds to the bushel. Last ysar the Ellison Milling Co. also marketed the first carload of Alberta wheat. A School Openi AS USUAL WE ARE READY FOR THIS GREAT EVENT AND HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOL :: BOOKS AND SUPPLIES :: MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. PRICES RIGHT J. G. ROBERTSON & CO. box S4� -. v�' PHONE 1Z8S ATTABER (Spficlal to the Herald) Taber, Aug. 31.-A small stabbing affray on the streets yesterday after noon led to the remanding of Crist Colllos, a Greek here, for trial next Thursday on the charge of assaulting Frank Carley. The Greek, who la |hro prletor of a hotel here, is out on ball of $750. The Greek, it la stated, had brought some girls down from Calgary to be taken to work at Retluw. When the girls found they had to go to Ret law they refused, and left the Greek's place. He followed them down the street and had a row with the proprl etor of the King George, where the girls were staying. Carley stepped, in to separate the men, and afterwards the Greek .met him on, the strat, tot into a row with him and itabbodV in the arm, not seriously. � - Saturday. Concluding Day of Special School Week at the Bay BOYS' JERSEYS- In navy, maroon, brown and saxe. 1 AA Priced up from ......................... ..... ....... l.Vv BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED BLACK ALL WOOL BOTANY HOSE- Sizes 6 to 10. Priced at 7Co Up from................................................  �jc BOYS' PARAMETTA RAIN PROOF COATS- Sizes 28 to 34. Regular $6.00. * ao Special ..____...................................... twO 18 ONLY BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS- In Norfolk and Pinch Back styles. Made of tweeds and Fancy Worsteds and Homespuns. Regular $7.50. r ao Special, per suit...................................... D.�JO BOXS'KltAKI COLORED SHIRTS- Sizes 12%,f,qTl4. . 7q� Very special____.____................................... I 57 c BOYS' NEGLIGEE SHIRTS- With soft detachable collars. Sizes 12Vis to It fiQ*� Special value .v......................................... D.SFC BOYS'NECK TIES- In plain colors. Four-in-hand'styles. Special | q Each......................................i*fc BOYS' PULL OVER SWEATERS- Medium weight wool. Sizes 26 to 32. | r|* Special .......... .................. ..........1.3U BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS- English make. Color brown, trimmed with white with o qjj collar and shield. Regular $6.50. Special .........' BOYS' ALL WOOL MACKINAW COATS- Extra good quality in sizes 28 to 34, Q /IO. Special ................................................ O.ftjf Special Housefurnishing Items for Saturday 200 YARDS SCOTCH OILCLOTHS- Best quality, 2 yards wide. Floral and block patterns. �* �f* Special, yard ----................,---- ------ -!�> INSERTION TRIMMED WINDOW SHADES 36 inches wide, 72 inches long. Fittings complete.  oq_ Special, each ...........*................................. 'OJJC DOORMATS- ' Good quality jute fibre. Fringed ends. 30 inches by 12 CQ,� inches. Special, each...................................... D�JC TAPESTRY RUGS- Neat floral and Oriental design. Size 4 feet 6 inches by fj ja 6 feet. Special............................................ I "l.J lOOlbs, Fruit & Mint Candy Mixture Limit 1 IT), to one customer. Special, per lb. 10c CHILDREN'S COATS- Suitable for girls of ageu ranging C to 11 years. Splendid quality cloths and all new stylos. A big range of colors. \� 75 1 I'rlcea run from ?G.50 up to....................... GIRLS' MIDDY SKIRTS- a Flno serge quality In two sizes, 10 and 12. Triced____...'................................... GIRLS' NEW CHECK CLOTH DRESSES Warm and serviceable for tho fall and winter wear. Sb.es 4 to 14 years. Prices $2.00, $3.70 and ............ ., 2.35 3.90 CHILDREN'S COMBINATION DRESSES With kilted skirt effect, of blnck and white chock and blouse of all navy sorgo. Trimmed with check to mutch skirt. Also neat collar and cuffs. Sizes 4 to 10 years. c oc Priced .................................................. CHILDREN'S SWEATERS- In fine knit quality In colors Copenhagen, navy, red and *% pa grey. Sizes 1 to 5 years. Priced specially from SOc to ..., uitfV GROWING 'GIRLS' GUNMETAL BUTTON AND LACE BOOTS- Sizes up to 6, wide fitting. A splendid shoe for school n Oft wear. Saturday only .....................................0.**�j BOYS' GUNMETAL LACE BOOT- Wide fitting with a medium heavy sole. Sties 1 to 5. � **q Saturday only........................................'.. .tfef �f Broken Lines in Mens Dress Shoes Thosp sh,b Saturday only Thosp shoes are ordinarily priced at $5.50 to $6.50. j 00 Harvesters Boots lien's heavy plain toed shoes with a medium heavy pegged solo", wide fitting and bellows tongue. Sizes 0 to 11. � on Saturday special ..................:.i................. A.OSJ Miners' Boots With a leather reinforced counter, wide fitting. Saturday special................................... 2.99 Grocery Specials for Sat. Phone 313 Crown Syrup, 10 lb. tins. Special ..;............$1.00 Seedless Raisins, Special pkg. 10c Seeded Raisins, Special pKji. Hie Pure Lard, 3 lb. pails. Special 04c Crisco, Vfe lb. Special, t?r�... 42c Pure Maple Syrup, quart bottles, Special.................64c Glycerine Toilet Soap, Special 3 cakes................. 27c Round Toilet Paper, 5 for ... 25c Sani Flush, Special 2 tins for 45c Ivory Soap, 5 cakes........25c Cream Custard, regular 25c. Special, tin.............10c Christie's Sodas, 2 lb. tin_____45c Anderson's Scotch Gingham In stripes, plaids and plain colors. 28 Inches wide. Absolutely fast colors. Children's Week, | g Per yard ................. IOC Child's 11 Ribbed All Wool Cashmere Hose In cream, black, tan or sky. Sizes 4Va to Children's Week ca*. Pair 30c to.............,.. OWC B28C 55 ;