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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VUESDAy, OCTOBER 5, 1915 THE LETHBRIDG'E WATLV 'FIVE CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE WE SELL FOR CASH Special Thanksgiving Showings of lew Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses, Hats, etc. Many new lines just to by express and on display and sale thii wwk for the first Early selections are moot satisfactory. 'A deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take It away. We rrfike1' alterations free and guarantee the fit. HANDSOME MILITARY 8UIT3 NO ALUM to Cliovlots, Serges, colors mostly navy, and Itlack, all siitoB. NEW SKIRTS to Voiles, Silks and Fine Sergoa in the new Accordlan Pleated Ruffled styles, all exceptional ues. and MOST ATTRACTIVE COATS Firieet Kurments- over -shown here for ilic money. Plain, colors and novelty mixtures of every de- sirable kind. BAKING TELEPHONE There's a Wealth of Goodness in every package of A. -Fourth atomic will receive tomorrow for the firs) time this season. Her Mrs. West, of PonOka, will receive .witli her.......... j--.Cauoji.tt1. V. McMHlun returned res-; I Ifinlay front atU-ntlinp; the Synod at; i TRIMMED HATS tO Smartest American designs in styles suited to every type of face. All moderately priced. GLOVE SILK HQSE Extra heavy silk, supurfltie qual- ity." black and white. BEST KID GLOVES Treff ouse guaranteed, colors: black, white, tan, grey, etc. LADIES' UNIOI SUITS .Pine gradev; slrtj- per cent, wool, sizes 34 and only. U8 and 40 In same quality at J2.00 and J2.26. FINE LLAMA HOSE ladies' Hizos .only, extra quality, soft apf durable. DOGSKIN GLOVES WAj XING I...... Extra good quality gloves, shown in tans only, sizes G and FINEST VOILE WAISTS, to Very latest styles of the season, beautifully made and perfect fit- ting. Full measure of value In quality and economy Solicitors io Settle Question of Costs ;At meeting of the solicitors of the ty and the C.-P.R. this afternoon, the d ouiBetioa of the of tiis -lower- !g of the street railway tracks on. jiJrteenth street, m connection e conatructioa of the tobably be Battled, This matter has [en a, bone of contention between tho ty and the' company for some time, ;'e amount Involved being something fer >400. The agreement' between e two parties Jn connection -with OMU to be borne by each, in the atter of the subway, is' not quite ear BB to who shall bear the COB! of waring of the utreei car trsckB. :Rev; 0.- S. McQaffln, of is appointed rector-m-charge j i Christ churoh, Vancotuei duiing, 10 absence-of. Hev., C. C. Owen on, Jtv ac chaplau to the 21th bat- ilion, TELLS WOMEN f E PinkhamWer Compound Kept Ho- rn Health for 14 Yam. .Lomond, Oct. H.BenBon re- turned on Saturday from her pro- longed visit iir.the States. Mr. Hanna had the misfortune to have .a quantity of his wheat burned. The fire, it is-.thought, was caused by some.passing smoker, and the fire crept lo the grain, Wheat is averaging from 40 bushels to 65 bushels. .This great crop is he- ing rushed to the elevator, tfous mak- ing the town tery busy Teams and men are scarce now and all available, outfits arc threshing and ifie retTmuiius good wag- The new bank building under the workmen's hands, and, U being mshed ahead The .'concrete .foundations" for A, Paiker's new grocerj and butcher shop is finished and the carpenters will ioon he on the job Howard Fmley it about to build his ncw.._holise, Some of the disappointed farmers have begun to4 stack their gram, as this district seems to have 'been left to the last, whereas fall plowing should be on the move now. BOW ISLAND (Bow Inland Review) Roy E. Baker of Coutts has taken a position in the Ogilvie elevator. Gerald Dulmage left on Wednes- day to take a position with tlie C.P.R. at Seven Persons. The resignation of Chief Lakenby was accepted at last night's meeting of the Town Council. Mr. Lund of Winnipeg has accept- ed the position of teller in the local branch of the "Bank of B.N.A. J. M. Dieb'art of the Selz district has threshed 51 bushels to the acre from a 72-acre field of wheat. CM APE IN CANADA Sir R. McBride Is Very Indignant Victoria, B. Oct. ly denying that there had beon one cent paid in commission or received by any person in rebate or in con- tributions to party funds in connec- tion with tiie purchase by his gpvera- j.ment for the federal authorities of j the two submarines acquired from .the Seattle Construction' and Dry j Dock Company, Sir Richard McBride, premier of British Columbia, this af- ternoon- on the Witness stand ex- plained to Sir Charles Davidson who is inquiring into the details of the transaction, his part m securing the boa Mir Richard declared that it was upon the invitation of the Hon. Mar- tin Burrell, minis tec of agriculture that he first interested himself in the deal. He was glad, he said, that the in- quiry was taking place, it would teVeal to the people, of Canada the nakedness of the coast defence of British Columbia, a fact winch he had been trying to bring to the pub- lic attention for the past 12 years. When asked by Mr. John Thompson, tlie commission counsel, more partic- larly regarding the payment of, any commission or rebate lie emphatical- ly answered in fche negative. Ford's Curt Reply to Sir Sam Hughes Ottawa, Out., Oct. Sir Sam Hughes received yesterday from, the secretary of Ford of the following message: "A reply to your telegram will be TEA. Perfectly preserved in the sealed Aluminium package the goodness in, and the contamination out. .Mrs. .G.. F. EleUiher is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rltdile, at I'hoemz, II. j smilll oxpresa cleverly decor- time and distance, anil the ability to lited. It was filled with many dainty i run, vault, climb and swim. These Mr. llalton Cassiil is tin Hall.. >'en to 1 :ire all fundamental exercises. The hest qualities of mind and chuiactcr, can only lie obtained and useful gifts which wore oi .Montreal, j alter tlie guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. b.; was served. The guests were: Tack- through physical experience and phy- aberry, Stewart, llolton. Turner, i sicaJ struggle. With stalwart phy- Mr. H. H. Dennett, 11.P.. will lie !Stevinsou, Hunt. Moscr, Kicnhavvm, j siqlic comes a vigorous type o! w'o- thc gum of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Wil- McDowell, Misses Tackatwrv, JI. manhood with Ilabiiy muscles thnro son while in tho ciiy (this week'. T'UJkaborry. Bucsn. M. Hucaii, apt to result llabby acting. Euper- IDowell and B. Hunt. Mr. William Harvey, manager of; the Standard Trust Co., Winnipeg, is i spending a few days in the citv. j Marcus Duns worth leaves tonight to resume his studies at N'orthwets- teru Dental College, Chicago. Dr. and ilrs. Hoy arc expected home today from their hoTieymoon and will take up their residence at 519 Seventh street S. Mr. B. Toombs 01 the P. Burns company, has returned after a three months' visit lo his old home in I1. E.I. M. Lound, of Seattle, was the guest of his sister Mrs. Wm. Cleary, over the Areelc-end, en route to Moose Jaw. The Daughters and Maids of land sewing class will meet at the home of Mrs. Harrison, 381 7th Avc. S., at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday after- noon. Members of the Cf. I. A. are re- (juest3d to attend the special meet- iiiK to be held at the home of Mrs. Reed, 1201 Glh Ave. N., on Wednes- Tlie following is the report of Nursing Mission for the month September, 1015 No. of new patients No. of old patients No. of metre patients No. of professional calls No. of professional calls (night) No. of friendly and relief calls... N'o. of business calls No. of office calls No. of school calls Total calls Patients paying full fee Patients paying part fee Patients cared for free Provisions have been supplied ticiulity, and inoflicieiicy. Tho lovo of play and the ability lo nlav a the ntunbcr of games contribute largely, of to. bejiith and happiness. The- play habit is hest acquired in youth, and :jl this can be developed in lite girls' 4''class which meets every Wednesday 1 afternoon at Nuxt t'o hunger the 1311 j most dominant instinct is the play instinct. (j3; Girls from 111 to 12 who 17 i want to join tlie Wednesday alter- 109' noon classes at the Y.M.C.A. should M see Mrs. .1. Craig, 8th street S., ___' anil get their tickets. There is still 372 room for Tnore girls in the evening g classes. made through, the Toronto papers This somewhat-curt rejoinder is Another big crop we have to report reply to General query tc this week is that grown by A. Geld reich of the Ma'Ieb district, .who threshed last week 50 bushels to the a'cre. A vacant farm In the Maleb.dis trict will be a rarity utter ss-'e results Shippnuburc, It vaa HTeral ago that I (tarted taking Lydis E. Pinkham's Yegetn- ble Compound I then "suffered terri- bly every month. My husband bought me a bottle of It and it right away.; Then after my woond child was born I had a f emala troufota very badly and lundLydiaE. Pmlham's Tegeta- U OapooiMl in a short time was irad and han fawn in neellent health nee I always praise the Compound henorar I bars an opportunity as I now It helped me and will help others, ately I have given the Compound to ty dmchter and I wish all svfferinr ;onMB 'would take it and tanTinced r its JAHK A. BEIDIL, IS N. Ptu Street, Sblppenibarg, Pa. Ljita X. Pnkbam's Com- tataini m narcotic or hanrfnl draft, ft holds the weord of Wnftts art MCoassnl rsmedy for fernafe Ills c ksMw of, thousands of TChmtery WUBnaUkj on In PhVham ibomtoqr st I.jmo, HIM., tssso to tew this fart. If 199 illfhtMt 4onM i yon, A Pincher Creek Pioneer Is Dead A pioneer'of Southern Alberta, a highl) esteemed in the commun- ity m which she haa icsided for and a in where she was known'most intimately, has just passed awaj in (the person of Ulrs Mordcu, of Pinch ei Creek With her husband she set- tled in the Pmcher Creek district at the beginning of things there and Suffer From Piles, no matter how long or how to your druggist today, and get a 50 cent box oC "Pyramid Pile Treatment. It will give quick relief, and a single liox often cures A trial mailed free in plain wrapper if ..ybii send us coupon ibeJow FREE SAMPLE COUPON 'PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY 530 Pyramid-bids., Marshall, Mich. Kindly send me a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment, in plain wrapper. Name Street dt> State Henry Ford as to he should be correctly quoted in the newspa- pers as saying that he would do his utmost jo stop the proposed American loan to the 41hes Detroit, ..Mich., Oct. an ac- credited interview this evening, Henry Ford, head of' the Ford Motor Co., while saying he neither cared to af- firm or deny the statement attributed to him, and which was said to have been, made in New York, recently, to the-effect that he was opposed to the Anglo-French war loan, said in his opinion the consummation of the loan would only mean a prolongation of the war. He placed himself irrevocably on -record as opposed to mftitarism, and "everything in connection .with it, particularly preparedness. He hoped hit stand would not be misunderstood by the Canadian people. "I now, and I mean every word T he said, "that I would willingly, gladly, give every cent, ev- ery dollar I possess irvtlie world, if I could put an end Jhis awful car- nage. 'I should not ir> any nf the word.be jconsidered as he continued "for anything I may I have said m connection with the war loan. I a'm.only a plain American cit- izen and trying mv utmost to follow President "Wilson's neutrality proda m'atipn. While I do not hesitate to declare I was and am still averse to the only reason for this stand is that I believe It the ueu traht} e, as Americans, should trs to observe How To Mafcc the Remedy ever smco I'mcher Creek been home-made coujjh syrup1 is now her home Many a life had bora cheer- mofe otter ed by her kindnesses fn SSaOT'SSJSS when the wpst was tough and often- times a lonely place to the new com era. Her husband'died a years ago but iMrs Morilcn lived on m the old home Thos Morden, one. of the well known of Pmeher C'reek, is a son Another son gave his nfe to ing and Count at the time of outh African War, a daueh- his the ter, Wri Dr Hemtson, died a few years ago Mrs Morden was a mem- ber' of the Methcdmt church ud the familr had been the mamstur of the churcti at Oreek in the early days The funeral of this worthy lady takes place tomorrow and amongst those who will attend arr lion A McLean and Mr and H J H Slralth of this city toe. tatter will mm MM ta etwIMaaec. i i Limit Now legations have imneo for tho restrve mllltla, under which the Home Ghiard 'ranks Anvone above the of II is now eligible to join Ifome Guard Of fleers are not required to havu hart I three years' ixperlenoe In Hie mfirtla eimuiLv m oonquering c cheat and throat cold Two Alberta Heroes Are On Way H day afternoon at 3.30. Auditors to meet at the same place at 2.30. The Young Ladies' class of Wesley church wish to announce that the sale of pies, cakes and candy which was to have been. held on Saturday aftarnoon, has been postponed indefi- nitely. Future date of the sale will be announced in these columns. .The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will he held tonight in the Mas- onic hall, at 8 o'clock prompt. It is expected that many of the grand off! cers aud members of t.he Grand Chap- ter will be-ip attendance. The Ladies' Aid. society of the Christian church.Will meet on: Weii- nesday afternoon at 2.30 at the church. This is the regular monthly meeting of the society, and work and business will be combined: All are urged to as. co-operation is needed to help plan jfjl to' A pretty wedding was solemnized 12 families (B ot these are the home of the bride's parents, 2 very old couples, the others are j "Mr. and Mrs. William Grant, 13th where there is Milk has street and 6th avenue north, last been supplied to five families where: night at S.30, when Miss there are either sick babies or small Cirant was united in marriage to Sir. children. Prescriptions filled for live Alfred Gurr, ot this city. Hev. A. C. patients, new underwear to four pec-'Bryon tied the ntiptul knot in tho pie, hoots to two children., worn presence of a number of friends and. boots and clothine: to 17 families, relatives of the bride and groom. Af- seven loads of coal delivered by the' ter the wedding the party sat down city at our renuest. Nine calls for! to a tempting wedding supper. -They v.-omen for day s work three for maids 6 calls for men, and 11 reside In the city. The groom ia six an employee of Delany's, Limited, calls for outside nurses also supplied. I and prominent in football circles in. Annie M. Tilley, Supt. The annual Alberta W: C. T. U. convention was held in Medicine Hat! last week. It is three years since, the. Sas- katchewan and' Alberta provincial un-. ions were separated and Alberta re-} thc city- Generosity of Coal Co'y. Employees The ai munthh business meet- ing and social of the Adult Bible class of Westminster church was held at the home of 51r. Bvron, 1815 3rd avenue north_. Alter the business was disposed of 'the remainder of the ev- ening was spent in a social way 9 Westminster Guild of TCpnv church met last night and were treated to an illustrated lecture on the "Brit- ish Navy" bjr the president, Mr A Reid. A number' of fine views of our great navy were shown, and were thoroughly .described by the lecturer The life of .a sa'ilbr on land and sea was also interestingly told The Epworth League of .Westlhins ter church held a successful meeting last night. A large attendance lis- tfned to Miss C Vlatson's paper on "Peisonal prenared from i synopsis of lectures gi> en bv Rev. A. Earner at the summer school. Miss ports wonderful progress, showing! 1815, number of unions 62 to 93 I outbreak oi war, the mine officials, number of active members, 1049 to' atnd office staff of the West Canadian 1344; honorary members 144 to Colleries acreed to contribute a cer- topies of White Kibbon Bulletin tak. j tain percentage ot .their .alariei, each en, 427 to 751; money to the Canadian Patriotic 692 in ini3, while with less than with the result that last week half the unions heard from up to Mr. K. A. Granger, the accountant, date, the treasury shows ST 483 53 Oi Coal had the plea- fot 1915 rhf secretary added "No. I sure of forwarding to Mr Thoburn must work as hard as cue- Allan of Calgary, who is secretary my is not must be a vigi-lof the Patriotic Kuncl. the sum of lance committee m dais to I 5734 j, During the the iimd Mrs has been coucspondmgl Jn folce, the following is, r' J J col- dif- ierent mines: .Bollevue; Greenhill and the office, staff at Hlairmore together with the sum ot 5ft re- ceived from the bank as interest mako secretary for smen lears and finds it the proportion of the amounts necessarj to resign, much to the re- ]ected from the Coal company Mrs. A. E. 0. Bryan. Humphries Gladjs solo. Hall rendered a delightful MB s.otnally feel take hold A day's use will usnallr over- rome the ordinary "thoopiwr -----L 16- bottlt.ud pliin Kranulated a quicklj Splendid, too, I hi. ounces ol into a r with is givM Man Oct crip pled, but cheerful, heroes stepped off the Toronto train at the C.P.R. depot on Monday One was J. W. Smith, formerly a clerk-, in the oily hall at Calgary, who was with tlie 10th: Battalion, anil lost his right arm in the first gas at- tack on Langeraarck. was As W. Robinson, carpenter of Medi- cine whose left arm Is paralyzed. Thoiish maimed for life, they weie is is.ieally happj and jollj ab- 1 out the hardships and the frightful iTv i opicnum. iw lor bronchitis, spasmodic croup, woi aslhma and vrmter eouibs. Oet from any drunriat Pinejc (SO cents a oost.of onlv H cei i syrup than you could b I BOH or tight ,______ nembraiMs m a painful i the formation of ph. throat and bronchial jieraistent cough. Finer is a mort valuable compound of in to the membranes whioh M- is so heal- ing t To avoid drsstJpo'rntnunt, be suMf 4nd "Xjyft.dniWist for outioM J doll't acMpt A of J hw else. marked, bad" In the tranches, Robinson re- 'XDh, It was not loo ronto, Tbt P ttxt will' i Cfc. Ti ice ijour cakes The Flower Guild is having a Hal- lowe'en Dance on Thursdav, the 29th, n the K P hall This do- ing a worth) work and it is hoped that the public will patronize the dance as funds are bail v needed flowers are supplied the patients at hospital even Fridav, and manj a sufferer's dav.s are brightened this weekly and sift r The Dominion Kehekah lodge nil! have .1 degree practice tomorrow ev- ening, October 6th, in the 'I 0 O F hall All members are requested to be present and the committee will selecfthe tlegrte staff to put on the wo-k during the session of the grand lodge here neit Februan The voung ladies of St Patrick's church were the hostesses of a very enjojable "at home" m the Knuhts of Pythias hall last night Euchre was played at fifteen tables the for- tunate prize winners being Mrs A V anil Nr Miebsch. Urs and Mr Edmund being tkr consolation trophies Alter a lisinl) supper had bem serv- ed, a loilv dance was enjoyed the laigr numiifr Heicnl Mrs J Noble anil Mrs E Hamblem of NooWort, noft deliiblfulljr on Saturday after- MOB at tin home of the forme with ItMn skomr ID honor of Lois TacKahsrrj', who is to be an October bride The rooms were and daintily decoraM, In hearts and car- nations, the color scheme being pink An emscfmcv diner mm" wrlttM, Mrs Tackabcrr> beiiir sue cesBful In writlag best and most practical niemi Master Eugene, Noble anil little Misk Lillian Hunt niade a dear little "pair' who drew Into room a gret of eo-workers and unions The delegates present from: Letli- bridge were and Mrs. A. The officers elected were as fol- lows President, Mrs. L. C. McKin- ney, Claresholm, vice-pres., Mrs. I. G. D. Burteck, Edmonton corresponding secretary, Mrs. James McDonald, Edmonton recording sec- retarv Airs R H Kent, Medicine Hat- treasurer, Mrs. 0. G-.- Graig, Olds. i" otxielan Mrs C D An- derson, Langdon L. T. L. secretary to be appointed later. Tomorrow will commence, the sec- ond month of the ladies' gymnasium class held IE the Y M C A at 7 30 night, unaer tne auspioes> of the Civic Club: This is a good time to join, aud if the sum total. Commencing last month, the fund, has been put on a different basis, tutrKcu Cross Society, and the' Patriotic Fund, divide the amount collected m equal parts la addition to the officials giving a percentage of their salanes, most of the mmars and. sunace men have str agreement to give some vuth the result that last month tha follow ing amounts were available, fog the different funds Patriotic Fund, from Be cvue ;Sf> ID, areeunill (4.65, office staff, Blairmore S29 85. "Red. Cross Societj, Bellevue J86 75- Oreenhill, S4 M, office staff, Blairt believe, with Spencer that, "Ed- more S27 10 uoation is preparation-fnr- Complete j all the above ignres we must appreciate that gether, it "vvnl be seen that a sum cB cariiaee, bodih control, phT si- 1 5994 05 has been collected, which :al judgment, will power, and cour- ments well for the patriotism of the) age are an important part oi the equipment of woman and man officials and men of the company Tn addition to the the cotth These qualities are asboci-jpani itself gives free house rent, ated with motor co-ordination; and they are best developed throngh phy sical training The power of tor, light and coal fco all their mar- ried employees who have joined foa active service, and as far as can ha learned, about tvventv have which one is enabled to handle hei ed tv CuC Ths companv is own- lody easilv under all conditions, and led bv a French svndicate, of which so escape physical mjurv and death, 'Mr J Charbonnier is the rantdenl depends upon physical judfrmeht geneial manager The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table of the .Tea Tnble; and, in ..'thousands of homes, ot- .Dinner-Table, too, is And why? BLUE RIBBON Because hluo Ribbon Tea is a delightful as the Western glniol't as cheap Drink Blue Ribbon Ten foi beallh'a sale Buy it for joir pocket's Fako. nots the new perfect protei lion Hgauist the enemies of gooil and A money-hack goes each packet. Ask your Groctr ;