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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. OCTOBER B, L FOR PHONE 1224 DUR'DELICIOUS NEW. DELI- CACY very .0. prices on Lines of Mercif to tills store on Saturday. Bargains among the Staples Striped Flannelettes at Li-ht and medium stripes of pink, A grey'and blue. 13H cent for White Duckling Flannelette This is a special soft, clean, nice, flannelette' "that cannot be repeated at the price. Regular values 15 cents for 33-in. Striped Flannelette for c. A big .range of stripes in blue, pink, grey >d-tan. Regular value 17 Saturday Sale Price only >nd-tan. Regular value 17 cents. -J Oi 1 2 8x4 Bleached Hemmed Sheets. Extra good tme heav> quality. Reg dj-j A A ular Sale price vf-yV Sheets This large size heavj "heeus easily dj-t If" worm Weekend ale. each. fll.tJ SOYS' MACKINAW COATS, llrowii sreen blue ula'.ds. PC CA Sizes 2S 10 36. Special ca FEATHER PILLOWS. Per pair HEAVY COMFORTERS Use sizes......... BOYS' TWEED SUITS.'Grey anil brown mixtures. Sues 21 to M.. Special per suit CURTAIN SCRIMS. Ecru and ory shades with fancy borders: also solid colors. Price Per" yard SWEATER COATS. Tan. maroon and navy. Sizes- 2S 10 32 inches. WORK RUNNERS. For dressers or sideboard cov- ers. Reg. for CHILDREN'S JERSEYS. Fiiie cash" also fine rib. styles in cream, cardinal, navy and browii. Afjli as low as CUSHION and. back'ready for filling.-Reg.-Cn- values 75c.-for each UUi. Newest Neckwear for Ladies Crepe Collars, 50e, 75c, Fisclmes 75c. Flat Round Collars. 50c, 75c, Fancy Silk and Lace Camisoles Dainty styles in Crepe de Chene and Hahutai Silk "1th Lace and Net combinations in pretty shades of sky. pink, flesh. Also ivory. Prices ?3.50. and Splendid Corset Value! This style is most suitable for stout and medium figures and will give almost everlasting. wear. We stock it in -fizes 23 to 32, and can guaran- tee five dollars wQrth "of wear It. it. .Our price'is now only Receiving Tomorrow Mrs. H. H. NlchollB, 8th Avo.' ionth. The Hon. J. H. and Mrs. Boyle, of Mmonton. tire receiving .congratula- tions on the -birth ot a daughter. Mrs.. 'I' Klrklia'ih loft yostorday afternoon to spend several months with relatives'in Winnipeg. Tho Junior Auxiliary ot St. Cyp- rian's church .will meet .tomorrow nf ternoon nt 3.30 in the.parish" room. Bombardier W. Whltlock ot the 7811 Battery is spending a few days in Calgary with his mother. The collectors for systematic giving for St. Andrew's church will meet h the vestry tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. Mrs J. U. Keith and Mrs. Hamilto have collected In Coalhurst 5103.30 fo the Canadian Field Comforts Commit sion. This has been forwarded t Ins Plummer. Sliorncliffo, Eng. Mrs F W CliEiiey entertained In formally at the tea hour yesterday a tornooir for her guest. Mrs. J. 1 mer and for Mrs. Neeley. of Prlnc Alburt, who is risiting -Mrs. P. Ponnefuther. Mrs. Vim. Frame, whose liusbal has gone overseas with the Lethbrldg returned yesterday fro Calgary and will spend the wmt witil lier parents, Mr. oud Mrs. 0. TJr Detwllor 1ms returned from the. Alberta Provincfal W. C. T. U. annual convention held at Red Deer Sept. 20 to Oct. 2, and she gives the following renort of the meeting's: The business sessions were occupied with reports' by SenS "whi'ol'i 'special atten- tion are- Purity and Mothers' Meet- ing" and Petition, Fran- chise Scientific Temperance Instruc- tion in schools, Red Cross, Loyal Tem- perance Legion. Medal .Contest and Y of appreciation for tho enfranchisement of women was sent Peanut Butter IS N.oV-.OlifsAUE-'.AT' THE WESTERN.MERCANTILE CO., THIRD AVE. S. SIXTH AVE s; EMPIRE CONFECTIONERY, FIFTH STREET Si Get your Candy and Criiptttet from ut. They are fret'h and home madt. Keith's 3rd Ave. S. Bellde P. Burns Co. to Premier .Sifton. While the women of Alberta ippro- Big Complete Stocks of Underwear FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Combinations or two-piece styles in all wool, lialf wool, or cotton. Watson's and Penman's make. The Smartest Coats for Least Money Women's Fine Quality Sealette Coats, and Women's Warm Tweed Coats. and Women's Fancy Corduroy and Plush Coats, and Misses' and Little Girls' Coats wane un; date the jusllce that has been accord- ed them in granting efluaUranch se in all provincial matters, an effort Ib be- ns natie to secure the same m Do- minion elections. To this end a Do- minion .Franchise Board has.been ap- uolnled The Local Council of Wo- men at Calgary appointed Mrs. Lang- ud Mrs. seutatives on tills board and asked Uw convention to ratify their appoint- ment which was done. "in" accordance with a Communication received from the Dominion W. C r iSelect Now. In Fine Assortment of Cloths and Style MISSES' TWEED COATS. Sires U, 10 and 18. to GIRLS' TWEED AND CLOTH. COATS, X to li. At SG.BO to LITTLE GIRL'S COHDUROY COATS. ;i to ti years LITTLE GIRLS'- BLANKET AND BEAR d-P AA CLOTH COATS, ?4.00 and The Simpsoti THE BREMEN CAPTURED ,raen has been captured. He is Capt I Revely ot the steamer NorthPoint, and _ was caught m.a. ths aertmn merchant ubmarine _ FALL MILLINERY Wondertul In'tafflM1 8Hk Velvet and Plush All StaWlels from to WG.50. _. Uiitriinnied Velvet Hate ttom to Felt nafo iH large flop Colors at r "small and medium sizes at to .Large assortment of children's hats, toques and bonnets at lowest possible prices. It will pay you to give us a call. D7S. McMEEHN 318 THIRTEENTH ft. Williams, of Mohtreaf, Will He Here to Explain New Registration Scheme A splendid patriotic rally is now as- tired to be addre.Md by, IA-Col. 0. 6. the .Headquarters Staff Ottawa, 'Oct. be ahle to give full information on the war Col. Williams has served sixteen jcars in the Rosal Mvy unaer Admiral Sir D-uid Heattie He is a, most able speaker and is being heart! throughout, the Dominion I by largo crowds. He, will be accom- panied by Major Kerby who will also speak. Tho ladies huve undertaken the de- coration of the church for the occa- sion anil the city commissioners will advertise with banners on the street tars, anil the press will furnish free advertising, anil the .meeting promises to be a great success. Those present yesterday were: Rev. G H. Cobblcdick in the clialr, Mayor Hardie. H T. Brynmer, vice-pits: board of trade. Rev. J. B Francis, president Ministerial Association, Judge Jack- son, president of Red Cross, Commis- sioner Grace, nresldent ot Patriotic Society, Mrs. sfoltje.for (he Women's Counc'... Mrs. Robinson, for tlie, I. O.D.E., Mrs. Simpson for the Wol..ens Civic club, and Mrs.. Harmon for the ladies section of the Red (TOSH. Petrograd, Oct. 5, via London, Ocl llusHian offensive in Turkis Armenia in tlie district west an southwest of Trebizond Is being su cessfully pushed, the war office an nounced today. Tlie Turks arc beln forced back in the direction of Ka 'shut river, which rims through A aasa, about iu miiea c Trebiiond and empties into tlie Blac 'Sea near Trevol, 50 miles west fron TreWzonu: Meeting-of the tht. patriotic Boart.of trade, min- isterial Msonlatioh, the; mayor, met i office Major Kefty ami that Harmon, Mrs. i-.i'.-j 7-1 rs. C'rlti-.o are in charge of the jiccnrailoli. Ti'prn will hB no admission re.-, Ills' being: given? free TUI I O'er.' no-local oxuei-ie il- or-Major Kertiy-, he H proceeds to i.c 51 of tho .Alexander -Onll-1 IMP- of the I.O.W.B.- for rc'.unicd the convention speaker. evening Mrs. McClung evenng r. afternoon's session was erring of a We. in the 5; Nel- (From Our Own Correspondent) Trovers, Oct. of Harry Link's boys fell umler the -wheels of a heavily loaded grain tank the other day, ami was badly Injured. He taken to the Lcthbridge hospital for treatment. t Threshing commenced in this trict Sept. 11 and has progressed un- s der most favorable circumstani as. There are about twenty threshing in this locality and the work would have practically all been done by Oct. 16th It tho weatherman had not inter-. tered. but he gave us a warm, v.-et snowstorm on Oct. 1st, 2nd anc! Srd" which" will delay threshing for 83V-: eral days.until the grain has a chance to dry out. Many large yields are reported hut we think, as near as we can leurn, that the average yield will'be about. 40 or 45 bushels per acre, which is; certainly splendid, as this- district an enormous crop lost year.. The ele- vator men .report air the wheat as 1 that they have taken In so far, snd they are taking about. busluls per day Several farmers claim 1 hard'tor- their wheat. One man Las, three cars of it, which.speaks this'place, as No. 1 hard is the. high isti. grade'of wheat grown anywhere fcudi commands a premium of several cents above market price. The National Elevator Co. Duild-, an elevator here: will five -elevators when this one is com-, pleted. An Independent company tried; to get a site to build an .elevator but has not been successful. Trnvers only-lacked a few bushels of reaching the million murk, for shipping wheat of last year's crop. We have restaurant in town- operating in the Hay building. Mr Holden is building new house in town and will-move-IB this fall. Alex Clark sold his new house to, George Bell ST., and is busy building, another for himself. It seems quite the fashion for our, farmers to'own small threshing chines of .tholr own, as several tav bought them around year. Two wool sweaters werj accidentally pitched into Mr.; fcml! son's threshing-machine while it va of things were broken'. nternatlonal travelers' aid or IF CROSS; IOUS, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER BOWELS. i -J jf- M The'conVention was formally closed at 5 30 Monday afternoon but was lol; Led by a grand gold medal contest In the evening. The names of the ,.officer's appeared In Wednesoays Herald. 'this n. BRITISH CASUALTIES London, Oft'. Britlali ca'sualtleo cbrislat p( 1M ofilccrs, of whom 6K are dead, and. 2627 .men, of whom 488 are dead.' Regiments suf- fering: .Plaid Artillery, .qprdon High- lahilon. Hoyal Engineers, Iriah Pual- liere. Black Watch, Northumberland KuBlllers, West Yorkshires, Scots Guards, Highlanders lull Oieneciler Guards. ttNTO PEACE wrallT, to M- sysm full of cold, _hw i rtomach ache itnlher' See If tonjae ft" of "California Eyr- F .th ,v." undigested of tem, and mothers give la Syrup of Figs" because It s per- harmless; childten love It, act oi' the., :.Now York, Oct.'e.-rThc New.' EVening Post today. jnbl a saying that is, ha.a b.cen, leaned .front a truanvorthy source tlmt.Amlmssador James W: Gerard, who Is now on Is way back.from OermOny, will Ia> be- fore President Ihe reiiue.t thai the president hla good offices in suing tor He of "California chlWren.or all ages andiur plainly printed on the bottle. counterfeits sold here.GW tUe gin- Sine made rgr ,lth ;