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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IONDAY, JULY 31, THIS IJiTHBWDGU DAILY MISKALO PAGE FIVE CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Special Savihg Qpportunities In Our Midi-Summer Sale Continuing every day this week -with final clearance prices on every hit of summer every department of the .store. Supply all your needs now while assortments are good and prices (lie lowest that will be announced this season. WASH GOODS Worth uptoOOc. WASH GOODS -in Worlll np to Slic SHEETING JiCBllliir Hoc value, WHITE PIQUE xyorth up to Back Lace Corsets to JS.50. Half price AWNING DUCK on Regular 35c value. 6OC CUTRAIN SCRIM 1 n Worth up to 30c... ALL WASH DRESSES 56.50 to............. ALL SILK SUITS lo ALL NEWEST COATS J11.50 to HOUSE DRESSES Keg. 11.50 to 31.73 OUTING HATS lias. to 53.00 MIDDY WAISTS nn Worth up to 51.75. .MIDDY WAISTS IWortli lo ?2.ut) CHILDREN'S COATS '2 to 14 Years. NEWEST SUNSHADES ?2.00 to J6.50. BOYS' WASH SUITS Regular Wash Skirts 20 per cent, off CREPE KIMONAS up to WASH DRESSES Worth up to .HOSIERY. AND SOX 1ft ,T Worth up to 35c...: All the IICW SILK LISLE GLOVES Worth up to N LEATHER BELTS Worth up to Newest Taffeta and i Check Skirts All the New-Hand Bag's TAILORED SUITS Worth up to ?27.50...... ni PHONE 1224 Migs Angio Uuwdun tomorrow to spoiul u vaeuUun in 'Mi's.' A. II. IIUBlics, of Dovlcr. Mo., is u guest ot' Mrs. S. K. IJimhaiu. Mr. unil lira. M. S. .Mi'Artlitir silent thu week-oni! with Dr, ami Mr.s. Kolj. ertson. lit their farm near j MrRf, A. M. Lafforly lian returned from thrct; Tnuntlus in the Mrs. White's section of thu Hebe- will meet at her home, lath Bt. A. N., on Tuesday (jvening at S. Rev. J. Francis iuft this morning spend a holiday nl she Y.AJ.C.A. jcarap at Sentry, B. I Mrs. L. F. Dousse and childrrn re- I turned this aftenioon I'l'oni Seattle, and Vancouver. .Miss Pansy Brlggs of Maclood. has 'arrived in the city to a position with the law firm of Joiinslouc, Ritchie jand Gray. I t i Miss Katherine U'ii-'elor. after spending several in Ulairniore. returned to LcthbridKi.- UKJ early part lot' the The, G. I. A. to the H. of L. E. will meet at the home of Mrs. Finnemore, 522 -1th street south, on Wednesday iiiternoon at 2.30 Cor lied Crosw sew- FOUR DOCTORS DISAGREED Pains Disappeared After Use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Wilmington, was suffering from a terrible backache and puing in my side, with bear- ing down pains and was very nervous. I was always tired, always drowsy, never could get enough sleep and could not eat I had four doctors and each told me some- thing different I read of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound and decided to try it. I got good results and I now feel better than I have fett for years and I am gain- ing in weight I can gladly recommend it to all GEORGE W. SBBOLD, 1611 West 4th Street, Wilming- ton, Del. Backache and bearing down pains j are danger signals which every woman should heed. Remove the cause of these aches and pains by taking Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, that good old root and herb medicine. Thousands of women have testified to ite virtues. For forty years it has been making women strong, curing backache, ner- vousness, ulceration and inflammation, weakness, dispjscements, irregularity and periodic pain. If you want special ad vice write Lydia E. Pinkliam Medicine Co. i confidential) Lynn, Mass. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY a. REID, (ELITE CIGAR LETHBRIDGE CANDY ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, ADUISON HIGGINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO. B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE SALONIKI POOL ROOM NO. 6. Around The Recruiting Offices ing. Misses Bessie and Avril Lililo and Muriel O'Hagan returned homo Satur- day after spending the week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mc.N'abb, Itocky Ford Itanoli. [lev. E. A. Snow, the new rector of St. Mary's church, North Lethbridge. has arived from Qu'Appelle and preached his first sermon last night. Mr. and Airs. Snow and children are staying with Canon and .Mrs. Puurre'J- Wright. i marriage with Miss Lottie Cameron, i both of Dry Fork disiricr. Her. Hillis Wright tied the knot. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Cora S. Cameron, while Mr. Otta W- Cameron did likcservice for the groom. After the ceremony a recherche rupper was served by the i hostess, and the evening was spent very pleasantly. The happy couple left on the morn- jing train for a short visit to Spokane land-on their return will take up their residence at the Ambrose ranch. DISTRICT NEWS TABER (From The Times) Wednesday evening the Methodist rsonage was the scene of a very iet wedding, when Miss Lena Arn- [1 Williams became the wife of Jos- Si Bowles The young couple are th from Enchant. Rev. Thos. Philips rformed the ceremony J. H. Cag'nler, formerly night oper- ator at the-'p. P. R. station here, has enlisted for overseas service. This district had a very severe electrical storm on Tuesday evening last. The lights in many parts of the town were put'out of business but no severe damage resulted. Ruth Palibery y years old, of Barn- SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR THE DOMINION WAR LOAN TO BE ISSUED IN SEPTEMBER! By purchasing a bond you will help to WIN THE WAR and obtain for you rself an i nvestment of the hi0hest class yielding 'a most attractiveTate of interest. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE OTTAWA. well, strangling from whooping cough, fell off the bed and broke her collar bone. The little girl is doing as well as can be expected. Crop conditions in the district are of the best and another bumper crop is looked for. BLAIRMORE. (Prom The Enterprise.) Booze is now entering the Alberta end of The Pass by various means of conveyance, at the rate of about two hundred parcels daily. .Terry Paisley, of Beaver Crenk, has sold his ranch in that district to Mr. Johnston of Yellow Grass, Sask. The price paid for the land was, an acre, which included the house .and stables, etc. .Mr. Paisley has decided to live in Macleod. The Duke of Conuaught has been made a member of the tribe "of Stony Indians, receiving the name .ot Teen- chaka -Eeyake Oonka. This assort- ment letters is said to mean Big Mountain Chief. The Blairmore town council sat on Friday last. The council declared themselves as 'in sympathy with the reinstating" of the 'before-the-war pas- senger train service 011 this division. The service of the past several months has been entirely unsatisfac- tory to The Pass towns, while the former "flyer" schedule rendered ex- cellent service, not .only loeally.Aut also to towns all aioug the line to Lethbridge. HIGH RIVER (From the Times) The Toronto Saturday Night prints' s the portrait of Major J. Clarence Milne, Port Arthur, who was killed in action in. Belgium on June Major Millie v.'iH -be rcmeuibcrcti by High River people when he occupied the position as iifcoiiiiiant of the ern Crown Hank in Speculation is rife as to the .pop- ulation of our town, and the figures vary from 1 Odd to J-100. One iuau who has made a casual survey of the town, .places the census returna between 1200 and J250, which appears to us to be near the mark. The laal census, five years ago, placed the pop- ulation at llHij. While other towns and cities jliavc lost in population, High River jias maintained a steady growth, PINCHER CREEK (From the.Efclio) A very pretty wedding was celebra" ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Theo Nouman on Wednesday oveuing last, when Mr. Ucrnte itoath was united in1 BOW ISLAND (From the Review) At the regular session of the local Oddfellows on Wednesday night, a pleasing little duty was performed by Past-Grand F. W. Brown, who, in a few well chosen words, presented Bro, J. Burness, the present N. G., with a very pretty cut glass water service, as a present from the members of the Lodge-on occasion of his recent mar- riage. The date of the Winnifred Agricul- tural Fair, which was to have been held on September has been changed to August Hth. Wilmot and Henderson report the sale of Maxwell cars this week to J. W. -Knauss of Foremost and A. R. Hill of. Burden. Residents of Bow Island will be glad to hear that the Myrtle Hotel has re-opened this week..The problem of sleeping our guests, a very difficult one since July 1st, has thus been now happily solved. Mr. and Mrs. Ridgedale are to be commended for their enterprise, and it now only re- mains for the people of the town to give them every assistance in their power. Dr. "Astrof fctiirned to Bow Island from the north to resume his practice. A' large number of our readers will rejoice- to hear that confirmation has now been received of the report pub- lished in the Lethbridge Herald last week.to the effect that Capt. Rev. A. G.. Wiikens is alive and a prisoner in Germany. R. A. S. McLaren received a letter this week from. Rev. Wilkens' father in Kngland, in which the writer stated he had heard from his son, and that the latter wished him to notify his friends in Dow Island of his safety. On July 20th, at Omaha, Nebraska, at the First Methodist Church, the marriage took place of Miss Nellie Downie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Downie, of Kewbiggan-by-the-Sea. England, to Alfred Hobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. U. Hobson of Vancouver. The ceremony was performed by the Uev. Titus Lowe. The bride, who was given away by her -brother-in-law, Mr. H. Harries, was assisted during the ceremony by her sister. Miss Ethel Downie, and .Miss Alary Hanson, After Hie ceremony the newly married couple left for various points in the Stales, previous to returning to take up their permanent residence at Bow Island. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Lomond, July .rain of Tues- day evening, was welcomed by the farmers around here as the grain was turning too soon. Now the young grain has all headed out and will with some warm days catch up to the other grain. Mr, Manning. Is home, now from Lethhridge hospital. He is travelling around with two crutches, hut we hope liu will soon he able to discard tli em. Ronald Clanfleld is filling the op- erator's place Cor the machine that furnishes pastime for large audiences here every week. Charlie Delauey was badly hurt when one of the dray teams ran away the other day. We hope he will soon be 0. K. Mrs. Stark is in Lethbridge hospital to undergo an operation. Lome Whipple has built a fine new hip-roofed barn. We look for more of these conveniences this fall. Mr.. Staley will preach here Sunday evening. He is a former pastor of Lomond. We are pleased to learn that Mrs. Donnelley is almost her former self again, after a long illness. .The councillors In this municipality have secured a railroad grader with which they have bettered the road leading to town, a great deal; Mr. and Mrs. Steinard are rejoicing over the birth of a little daughter. There ;be a baseball tourna- ment between High River, Nanton, Vulcan and Lomond last Wednesday. RAILWAY CORPS Thirty recruits have now signed on for this popular branch of the ser- vice, at the Lethbridge recruiting of ficc, enquiries from all over Southern Alberta are pouring in and Fred Down- er expects by the end of this week that the fifty mark will have been reached. All classes of railway con- struction men are required for imme- diate overseas service. I. W. Stewart of Foley, Welsh 'Stewart, railway contractors, is the Lt.-Col. ot this battalion, the HMth, assisted by other officers who are all prominent in railroad construction circles, which Is sufficient evidence to intending re- cruits that they will be joining a bat- talion that is manned by men that know their business, and be of great assistance on all fronts in assisting to transport rapidly the munitions war required to speed up the advanc- es on Berlin. Information cheerfully given at the recruiting office, Victor- ia Mansions, every .evening at eight o'clock, and during the day, if you cannot .come at. once. phone Fred W. Downer, phone G3G or 606. Our teams went expecting to meet op- but the visiting'teams didn't 'show their faces.' We give'the Vulcan hoys credit for facing the Lomond team after seeing' their sympathizers beaten a few weeks before. Lomond and Vulcan boys contested, the score being 13 to 4 with onr lads the win- ners. Our is'a "go-get- her." That Lomond may get a newspaper is no longer :i supposition, but now, a reality. Mr. King is going to ho the editor. Mr. Mclntosh is having, a- new barn built. His old barn together with oats etc, was destroyed by Tire some time ago 78th BATTERY Four men attested in Saturday for the 78th Battery by the Calgary re- cruiting agents were W. D. Campbell, Arthur Heyes, R. S. McKay and G. U. Stanhope. Two others were signed on in Calgary on Saturday afternoon. 191st BATTALION Lieut. ,1. R. Palmer, of the 191st Battalion, came down from Sarcee Camp on Saturday night and will spend some time in the south recruit- ing. The battalion is making a special effort to recruit the Lethbridge district. The battalion makes a special appeal to men by making most of the promotions from the ranks. All men are given an equai opportunity oC taking all courses to qualify for var- ious promotions. There are still a number of sergeancis to fill, as well as commissioned officers. Only English speaking men are signed on and a special appeal-is being made to the English speaking miners. The 191sL has moved its local recruiting office to the Alberta Block. i CARRANZA TO RETIRE Laredo, Texas, July ustiano Carranza is to retire as chief of the de facto gov- eminent of Mexico at an early date, and will be succeeded by Gen. Pablo Gonzales, according to information given oat by Mexican administration circles in Neuvo Laredo tonight. WHEN USING WILSON'S N READ DIRECTIONS 5 CARFFUllY AND FOLIOW ;.S> Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers Clean to handle. Sold bi Druvf mtn and Grocers evervwWe. Real Food For Real must taste more important, con- tain true nourishment for their growing bodies and rapidly developing brains....... Grape-Nuts FOOD is crisp granules of whole wheat and malted balanced in nourishment, easy to digest and wonderful energiz- er for boys and girls and grown-ups. "There's a Reason" in Cuufa-By Cereal Co, Ltd, Windier. Om ;