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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DA in I'AUKNINE. THURSDAY. OGTOBUfl 5, 191B Interesting News in PHONE 1224 will be found ketrv shout today by a bullet acci- dentally fired from a rifle In the hands of a fellow officer. The dead otlicor was about .10 years old and the son of OFF.ICER AT OTTAWA IS SHOT AND KILLED Ottawa, Oci. 3.-rUout. C. E. OakeB WHS UDOUI -1U William Oakes of North Augusta. Oi the 166th (Brockvillc) battalion L tne lauiu Instantly killed at Rocklifl'e mus- tano. The most stylish (foundation for the up-to-date costume is a D A or a La Diva corset. Save money and improve your appearance by selecting a D A or a La Diva, which are made in Canada by highly-skilled opera- tives, in one of the finest corset factories in the world.. Every corset, is..guaranteed. At bsst dealers, everywhere. Dollars Cash and >our promibc to pav us tlicaiice monthl, sum-, until paid a No IV A7) tiola with U pmc Ib is a flue instuiment suwll m bill Ing m il ,1" capable of plajmg iuy .mil all of the tliouwniN ol RooouV Vc oiliu and more elaborate otilfit- ot for' Catalopti todnj Mason RiSCh, Limited Balmoral Block 5th St., S. Abridge Tim Ladieb' Slu'loty of the It. of L. K. and K. will meet tonight al eight o'clock III tlie S. O. K. hall. Several youiiE men are iin-anglng n dunce for Thanksgiving night In the Sons of KnKland hall. t Mrs. H. K. Slreith lias as her guests her niolhor and sister. .Mrs. II. B. JcnkB and Miss J.'nks of Seattle. be In charee of Ihe lea room lit the Hudson's Day tomorrow afternoon. Jlr. E. N. Ilifiiubotham arrived from Kdmonton this afternoon and will spend a few days in the city. Mrs. II. H. Nichols, 11101 Slh Avenue South, will receive formally on Satur- day afternoon, for the first time since coming to Lethbridge. Mr K 0 JlcKlllow, of Winnipeg, brother ol llr. II. A. McKlllop. with his wife and children, arrived t.ia city yesterday. They will reside here permanently. Invitations will be issued in a few .days by Maple Leaf chapter of the i Eastern Star to a card party on Tues- day evenlnc. October 17th, in the Ma- sonic rooms iu tlie Dominion block. I .Miss Dorothy Marrs, who is altond- j Ing Normal school in Calgary, will ar- ;rive tomorrow to spend tlie Thanka- giving holidays with bur parents, Dr. land Mrs. H. Marrs. Tea will be served tomorrow after noon and Saturday afternoon at the Red Cross Jumble Sale in the Do-1 minion block. There will be dancing otb nights and a skilled palmist will ell the present, past and future iiose interested. Invitations have been issued by the Oligllts of Columbus to their annual At Home" on Columbus Day, Thurs- lay October 12th. in the H. O. E. hall. The patronesses are Mrs. M. McMa- !0li, Mrs. J. V. Coolin, Mrs. B. J. Sebl, Mrs. Thos. Quinn and Mrs. Thos. Mrs George M. Harris of this city. ho underwent a very serious opera-1 lion at the Columbus hospital in Great Falls three weeks ago, is doing nicely and will be able to return to Leth- hriilge with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Bvaiic, in a few weeks. Members of the Women's Civic Club spent several busy hours last night at the V M C. A. arranging and address- ing the parcels that were sent to the i Christinas sliower last week. The par- celsrare being addressed to the various units-in w.lllcir "there are. Lethbndge men and are being sent to Miss Pluni- mer of the Canadian Field Comforts Commission at Shornclifte tor.distri- bution. There are several cases; :oJ one or perhaps two .Lethbridge men, 11 a battalion, so their parce.s will be, sent direct by mail. There arc stiii more parcels needed if every man from Lethbridge. who Is- overseas Is to be remembered, and parcels will be welcomed up till Saturday night at the Simpson Co., Ltd., or at Miss Til- ney's. E A- for several years accountant in the local branch of the Merchants Bank, has been rewarded with a well deserved promotion, an- nouncement having just been made of bis appointment .as manager of the branch at Killam, Alberta. He will be succeeded by J. Stenhouse, former as- sistant accountant. Edmonton, Oct. 4.-pne of the mos important and intricate legal-tangle m the history of the province, is he-) ing argued before tlie appellate divi-i of the. supreme court of Alberta, the action being the city of Calgary nlaintiff respondent, vs. the Canadian Western Natural Gas. Light, Heat and power Company, Limited, and the Em- pire Trust Company, Limited, de.end- ants, appellants. The argument is be- mg heard by the Hon. Chief Justice Mr. Scott. .Mr. Justice Stuart and Mr. Justice Beck. The action is an appeal-by the de- fendants from the judgment of Mr. Justice Ives, who declared that the rishts of the Canadian Western Nat- ural Gas Light Heat and Powei Com inuted as assignee of the on Blnal contratois with the plaintiff arc limited to the aiea at the date ot the original cojtraots made in 19M and 1905 was included witliin the municipal ot the citj His lordship decided fuitber tlia the citv corporation can within the city, notwithstanding the terms o the 'contracts, enter into the business lot Jstrlbuting natural gas in com petition with the compam mentioned 01 Us assignee the defendant the Cal garj Qas compani Limited The present appellant Is the truE tee for the holders of J4 000 000 deben tures secuit-u Qf fh" former compaty and It is explame that the aecurltj of the dehenfaif holdersjs seriously affected ,th jt dgmcnt Thp anpcliants have lodge a counter-claim' asking for damages: Friday and Saturday's SHOPPING NEWS From Our Extensive Stocks, a Most Satisfying Select- ion of Your THANKSGIVING NEEDS Can be Made FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE THE DAYS TO PURCHASE YOUR NEW STOCKS OF TABLE LINENS Table Covers for Restaurants or Breakfast Covers. -M -n bv :.n In. Some disc TTC- bleached. Hemmed, ready for use. Price, each I in. bv in- 1 Dol. With Grecian key border. Satin Damask, d-1 AA Hemmed r-ady for use. Priced, each..... -pi.W in. by in.-A-try Heavy Satin Damask. Klural ami conventional design. Washed and already for use. Priced at, each Manufacturer's Samples, Table Cloths and Napkins to Match. 8-8-4 per set ......................j-' 'and E.10-4, per set.................... 00 8-12-4, per set...................... in iieaV floral and' embossed boxes, iieuuti- ful linen. Very heavy double damask. LADIES' EARNING DRESSES We are showing a most exquisite nijig-e of nev.evoinim gowns. Tlie outstanding leaurn- of those new dresses .tire their originality. Dis- playing beauty and chiirm wlueh is to tnV dressed woman. Handsome embroidered netiTln while, ecru, pink. t canarv and old rose. Also lace gowns over draped with nlnon. Ol.. dress'values Ihls season will be indeed pleasing. LADIES' FUR COATS A full 'line 'orcanadian Rat Coats have arrived in fullI length styles. Handsomely made throughout and are. g real laiai-s. LADIES'IJLM SATEEN- AND MOIRE UNDERSKIRTS. Plain ami .fleece, lined. Prices from 51.00 10 NEW CLOTHES FOR BABY i, in most essential that Baby be well clad for the coming be convinced that we have the right values. j only. Lunch Set. liana Kmbroid- ered Sample Sli In. by S6 iu. ServiettcB to match A t A ISxir. In. Sample 500 All Linen Satin Damask Table Napkins. Sizes in. by IS in. to 27 in. by 27 in. gg QQ Priced at while they last, per dozen 51.... to .pu.wv 500 Yards Table Linen. On sale Thursday. Friday and Saturday at old prices. Per yard 50c, GOc and (JO Only. Sample Table Cloths Complete range of manufacturers samples ill .floral _ Thanksgiving week, marked down at, each to WINTER WEARING APPAREL NEW FALL SUITS AND COATS 'Fushiomible Autumn. Styles' can seleciecl from our full stock of Ladies' apparel at a cost that will indeed bespeak of tlie values we sire j always showing. FALL FURS We are showing a handsome assortment ot New Sweaters Priced at 51.35 to the all wool and silk variety up to Rich Showing ol Children's Coats Displaying a large assortment to make your choice Horn In Tweeds Chinchillas, Blanket Cloths and Bear Cloths, etc All marked at low prices. CHILDREN'S KNITTED SUITS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Colors cardinal, grey, sase and navy. _ GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS FORJHANKSGIVING H. B. 45C Period Seal of Quality 24 Sack for. pQUBd -49 Sack for. Sack for. O'GILVIE'S CENTENNIAL ..BRAND. 38 Ib. sack. Extra: special PEANUT-BUTTE.R Brand. 1 pound, tin CLARKE'S SOUPS. 'All kinds. Per tin POST TOASTIES. Spec ial, 3 for .1 Suii'si'-Cpffee Special MACARONI 20 Ib. sack B.'C. Sugar and I packages f .I 5 20 Ib.---- Ib. tin of S. Coffee Special" Suttar-Cocoa Special 20 Ib. sack B..C. Sugar and 14 Ib. Lowney's Cocoa. Qft Special----......... FINEST DAIRY BUT- nf TER. Per pound PELS NAPTHA SOAP Special, per carton FAIRY AND CASTILE 10 cakes for B Co. Specu Blend 1 Ibs for CORNSTARCH. Special 3 for Squirrel 29c lOc 27c 23c 65c SOAP 25c NEW RIPE TOMATOES JQ 25c 15c 50c 95c lOc lOc SWEET POTATOES. 3% pounds _ CRANBERRIES. Extra large, per pound CONCORD GRAPES Per basket PEACHES. Per crate PLUMS. Red or yellow Per pound y CELERY Per pound ELBERTA PEACHcS. In aplen- did condition. Friday and Satur- daj Very special......Qlr Pe, crate WEALTHY' APPLES. No. 2. Grade Good cookers. CC d) 1 BEITENHEIMER APPLES.; MACINTOSH REDS. JA No. 1 Finest eating, cs. PLUMS. In A 1 condition for preserving. Rer basket BANANAS. Per dozetx BLACKBERRIES. Special, per basket WETHEY'S glass jars. Special MAPLE BUTTER. OC Glass jars, loc and MAPLE'S PURE FRUIT BUT- TER. In all flavors 9C- Per: jar 4JC MAPLE'S FAMOUS CAN-ICE. All flavors. 25C 30c lOc W.H.PEEBLESHAS JOINED THE fflffl W H Peebles secretary ot tlie hd monton Cooks' and union, enlisted in the battcrv of artillery now training at Lethbndge Secretary Peebles was foimerly a sergeant in the artillery in the Imperial army, anq went through the Egyptian campaign under the late Lord Kitchener: For number ot years he was en gaged m the WterjLbiHlneas bridge and circles here been living in Sdnionton for ovci a 5011 ISW1D Dr Salmon, who called 'to at- tlie injured woman'shortly after accident, would make no state- ment regarding the condition of tlie accused. He said he had been busy attending-to the injured woman and had not'noticed. Calgarj Oct preliminary hearing of the charge of manslaugh tei against Thoa N Merriam of High River held in the police court lllls moining before MagUtnte pav idaon and tho accused was sent up tor trial at the high court rail of o 000 being allowed The safie men went on the bail bond before nere in court to sign the nen bona Dr McCalla pertornied me auiajray on the remains ot Mrs Lim ogw give the cause of death as, frac- ?ure of the skull and would not ex nreu anj opinion as to what the con tents of the stomach He said a chemlcai test have been neooa sarflo pra'e If was alco-l hoi, and he did not perform the chem leal test. The charge of being drunk in charge ,t'a car was not-taken up. probably not be heard until after the manslaughter case is K Smith, for the defence, objected to its going on, as it merely a portion ot the greater charge of manslaughter ;