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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MTOBEK 7, ipis PAGE SEVEN dins. of a guvst in the city yesterday for ;tne dance. talion, has conic over oii .two months' -Vewimuliet. His sight Ifjatf bitMsomc-p afierluu by the gating of April 31th. "Only ninety ot the '1th uro lelt says- Cllenn, "and they are iiot in tiio trenches." He telis-rof the death of Col. A. Biichall, who led 1-Jicni at St. Jiilic.ii they all lovcil Jilm. vftruas Floronee'Philips letuiiied to- diit' from a six'-montbs' Cleaver ot'thc A.MlG. Cal- gary, returned to that city yester- day. He expects that his regiment leave any time for the east. The Daughters of the Empire will he in charge of the -tea -room at the j "When1 he said 'Rush it we Wolf IU And if he wept and looked brok- en, as he saw us becoming- raggoder iiiid; ruggcdor cacli liour, we.i cheered f Hudson's Hay .tomorrow 'and- have him and yelled him, and he' arranged mu'sTCal program. The spruce upj smile, and say, 'God help j proceeds will he given to the Patri- uV, boys. Now foe another jab otic Fund. "The Germans stuck up c sign pv- v er their I The Big Sisters class of Knox burned on'it. We charged and took i church arc holding a tea in the school it for kindling. And when the Ger-jroom of the church on Saturday af- nuin.s would conical us, tlu'n we .gave I tcrnoon from." till 6. Home cooking, thpin the knife, and all the time we j will he sold. The proceeds are to he watched our colonel. j devoted to the Patriotic fund and lo- "Thea he fell, deild, in a furious I cal reliefi l- attack. We hiid to leave his body on j the field. .It lay out there mi the j A.' .lacksoii: Teceiyed ycs- liuld until ago. The Uer-; terday 'for. the firsts time this j you know, .keep a Swearing a stnart gown of! gun trained on a fallen officer, know- i black satin'with overdress iin; we'll try to get to him. We tried lace. Her guest, Mrs. West of Pon- lfi" oka, gowned in Gobelin blue satin and black late, received with the hostess. The drawing room attractively decorated-0 with yellow thronged visitors-.-Mrs, J. X; Kennedy "poured Economies Worthy of Your Consideration for the Week-End Week End Good News from Ladies Ready- to-Wear Dept v 75c Week End from the Wine Dept. get t littl LADIES' Hill little woman, came right 'into the Jirst line trenches, and we showed her the- beloved hotly lying out there, iluough a pyij-scopc. She didn't cry she just' looked at 'us. "Well, three weeks ago, just before tea and. was assistedI, by .Miss Blanche; 1 came away, four of us who are left! AShton. j of the Fourth, went out one night, j t'f j Wo took our colonel's watch, wallet I Calgary News-Telegram Acting on! and binoculars. Then we saluted him. permission cranlpcl directly his j as we knelt-there, and." we, covered him with earth by our hands. "When we gave the relics to the the of Connaught .and Sir Sam j little simply'thanked us'; Hughes minister of" the i Miss Kitty S. Reese, 225 permission grantpri directly the king, himself, -after her; heeii thrust rcq and said, sort of strangely, 'Men, yo: ill bis rewarded-for IMs.'K-. "She did not crv." New Crop of Millionaires "From Re- Pork VKew" story, which deals with sudden fortunes which arc now being made by specu- lation in the "war in. Wail street might be-called by any of the following -titles-: Pike to or From Shoestring to Federal t''rve Bank or kVd Beans to'Lobster. "J'NTever- before there been sb hjany m.Uionairc clerks in .the finan- cial said a banker today }ji- discussing- the irenxy oi specula- jtjbn in "w-ir stocks" and other se- curities which have been inflated b' European purchases of .supplies jn this country --'One notable cases is that of Pobmson Duff, uho, about a vear ago, managed to scrape together which-he. bought thirteen Thirty-ninth avenue west; Elbow park, leaves Calgary shortly for the European hattlefront, where she' will serve her king and country as a dis- patch rider. Bliss will be the firstv Canadian girl to act in this capacity and the first to undertake such, a hazardous'mission in the big war, is an equestrienne of .some note, and not only is- well known to" Cal- garians generally hut her fame has, in former years, spread' throughout province because of -her. having carried off so many prizes! at Calgary anil Edmonton'horse shows, -and afc the different tions throughout the province. The convention of the Grand Chap ter of the Eastern Star Lodge closed today at noon, when the Maple Leai j Chapter "entertained the visiting dele-' gates 'at. luncheon in Wesley hall. Tables placed, to form an B were ar- tistically decorated with' red and white carnations, red and "white ros- es, and sprays of feiln, refitting upon colored centre-pieces of yellow, w'hite, and green, sfrarcs Electric Boat. Today is wocth more than, half a Mr. mil- lion and--has an office of his own. Women as' well as men have bene- fitteri by" the rise in stocks. School teachers have- heen able to -turn from the channels oE to those of idlenei ant1 luutn Stenographers discuss limousines with the sinie ii knowledge '.which they formerly spoke of Before the war- broke out ;red, blue, !the colors of the .Qnier. Bainfty .star-shaped place-caids parked the placets foi 110 guests Paper napkins with the Eas- tern-. Star emblem upon them added to the decorations Ito H Wright 01 I'mcher Creek said grace and opened .the luncheon, which was ably catered for liy Wesley Ladies' Seated to tlie- right of the Worthy J Jones, was Kenny, the Grand Matron, and at her .Graham) the --JVorthy Patron-of the local chapter. ;At the conclusion of >the Gra- Jmm presented: with }jcm gold around 18 it is shower Jioquet'of loses and ferns selling wound SM If a nan had behalf of ihe Maple I eafl Chapter bought IflO.hharcs of Bethlehem Steel for tie could iiow dispose of it Joi The Wall street liookkeenci bought ten shares oi OenerJ Motors At ,5250-for, his hahv hefore the. war now has; the satisfaction of knowing that he has an inianl worth oQQ I he Maple Leaf Chapter of tlie Ol- der of the Eastern Star 'were the. of 'a .reception''and i dance last etcn'ing m the Masonic hall, in of the visiting to the ptudcbaker has gone fiom 13} to Crucible SkeL has risen ironi 20 to 103, American from 19 to and fchestjarc onlj a tev, CURING WITH 'EGGS Dr. Talbot of Boston has die ei ed that asthma m children ib generally due to 'egg poisoning'' as mothers "That is, In these child ren tbg proteid substance irritates the nervous system and ,asthhia In most conditions of body nois> Wing BQ m this, the both can be immunized bj (he cause itself To 1m rpiinize'the botlv so nc reaction wil'i tplte place from egg eating, you can viccfnate. the'child 'with the while of an egg After the skin has been Washed with soap find alcohol, the oC an is rubbed into a slight Acttitcli One application gener- cure the asthma cosv sitting room lor those preferring Grand Oapie was arranged cards to dancing Vocal selections liv Mrs t'awson, of Coaldalfi, AIjss Ha- 7ell, Mr Geo JMeimngf and Mi n Gi S taker, given in, the inleryals be- tween dances, wrre greatly appreci- ated by tlie large number ot guests present The stage was attractively dei.or.it.iiii with palms, ferns and illuminated star of. the 'Order; where Need's orchestra furnished splendid dance music At midnight a rdamtv supper was served Mrs J Jones, the ttortm Mitron of the local chapter, was handsomely gownetPin mamc satin, adotnedwith pass inentrie Mrs Kennj, oi Wamwnghl, the Grand Matron, vrns becomingh attired in white point d' esprit Miss Grierson, ot Calgary, associate Grand' was wear- LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS in- Brocaded Sateuus, extra fine finish ors of green, mauve and muy blue. ..Re- gular ni'ice 4 Rfl Week-end Bargain .............9 I LADIES' FLANNELETTE NIGHT GOWNS in white only, a quality that laun- ders .well. Sizes 56 to 00 ins. long. Week-end Bargain LADIES' KITCHEN 'APRONS made, from strong gingham checks, will Week-end Bargain CHILDRfEN'S .BLACK SATEEN DRAW- ERS, good durable duality, ages 4, t> l) yrs. Week-end Bargain, pair A Trio of "Bargains From the House- furnishings Dept. NET and LACE .CURTAINS in jvory and ecru .shades', dainty 3. yards long. CO QC values." Week-end Bargain, per SCRIMS, MARQUISETTES and NOVELTY NETS. 36" and 45" Wide, eoru and ivory shades, useful styles and de- signs. Regular 40 and Week-end Bargain, per yard...................... OwC COCOA DOOR from finest quality fibre, heavy pile, large Week-end Bargain, each................. A Revised Price on Candies For The Week-End Selling HUDSON'S iBAY IMPERIAL CARAMELS, bridge expressly for our own trade, filled with1 crushed fruits and Week-end Sp-ecial, per pound LUSH-US dipped, made with pure fruit and cream, high grade and absolutely pure and fresh. Week-end Per pound w5JC LOWNEY'S Cherries, Choco- late Juniors, Canadian Soldier-Buttons and Bitter Sweet, and Chocolate Creams Fresh new goods 1 Week-fcnd Special per packet IUC DELICIOUS FRESH TOASTED Molasses Kisses, After Dinner Mints, Salted Peanuts, Boston Baked Beans and Assorted Weekend Special, per pound CQv HUDSON'S BAY CO. JOHNNIE WALKER'S SCOTCH: per bottle JOHNNIE DEWAR'S SCOTCH; per bottle MOUNTAIN DEW SCOTCH; per bottle WINCARNIS WINE Pet- cjnart bottle......-----. H. B. INVALID PORT Per bottle ....75e LETHBRIDGE BEER Quarts, per case LETHBRIDGE BEER 4 Pints, per case............3 I I 0 Hose and Gloves for the Week-End Selling EMBROIDERED SWISS 30 dozen only Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs, made on a very fine Swiss mull, size F gular 25c each. Week-end Bargain, 2 lor...... SILK and Saturday 30c a pair. 25 pairs only. Silk Boot Hose with double lisle heel and toe, lull fashioned aud seamless with long double garter top in black only. Week-end Per pair CHARLES PERRIN'S FRENCH GLACE KID GLOVES, every pair guaranteed, self. points in black, assorted greys ;md tans; also white. (Sizes to S. Week-end Bargain, per pair... CHAS. PERRIN'S SUEDE KID GLOVES in bluck and assorted greys, sizes 5% to 1 Week-end Bargain Per pair CHAS. PERRIN'S PIQUE SEWN KID GLOVES, silk points in assorted fans and sixes to 7U 4 "7C Bargain, per I I O 30c GLACE eeil, seld _ .M tans; ID GLOVES iS tO 7'i ................15c dozen......................35c CONCORt) ...........40c TOKAY ..............15c dozen MclNTOSH RED FANCY TABLE pounds ..25c :FOR SATURDAY. MORNING, FRESH PUMPKIN. AMP. LETTUCE. ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE for.45o pounds for........80o CANNED, FRENCH J 14c Per. tin. ,........'............23c JELLY 4 for .........25o FRESH CRYSTAL pounds for.. ..65c SWIFT'S pound ..............24c SWIFT'S SWIFT'S PICNIC pound........14c CHOICE BACK .pound ........24c PURE B. C. CANE SUGAR EXTRA, 20 pound sack SEAL OF QUALITY FRESH GROUND pound 50c (Best in the city) PELS carton 65c SUNLIGHT ban for 25c Week End Bargains of Note From Our Men's Wear Sect. MEN'S" FALL blue with while bands, new- est styles, only a few left to clear at this bargain d a Q price. Regular ?2.50. Week-end Bargain I MEN'S FLANNELETTE from a fine grade of- flannelette. all Week-end Bargain, per suit.......................w.OW ODDMENTS in .Men's AJI Wool Undershirts, fine soft wool, Watson's Week-end Bargain, per garment................... wOw Quartette of Week- End Bargains in the Boot Section LADIES' PATENT BUTTON plain toe and high heel, all sues Week-end Bargain, per pair BOOTS, black 'cloth .top. Regular ?T oo nn MEN'S HEAVY WORKING BOOTS, bluclier styles, plain toe, all sizes Regular ?J 75 CO 1 R Week-end Bargain 19 CHILDREN'S WHITE BUCK SLIPPERS in smart styles good rallies, sizes 8 to UM. Regular 7 7C Weekend Baigain, per pair 50 PAIRS ONLY "K" BOOTS in black and tan, "blucher-styjes, box calf and vicl.kld, -smart and dressy. All sizes. Regular price Week-end' Bargain, per pair HUDSON'S BAY CQ. Huber, formerlj major of Ber Ont, IB dead J A paper mill will be established at Bolklrh, Man Kingston's population IB 212J1 a incroaae- over last Mas Feiris for 16 vears a C P d qjjpnductor, Uled at Ottawa ing satin Mrs G C lam- TOn, of Calgary, Grand Conductress, wore yellbw-isatin with an elaborate Rearl ovcrdrcsi. Other delegates noticed were Mrs Olds, m cream chiffon 01 er sa- dn "VIrs KobiL, Calgan, sa- tin cerise anrf touches of blaclr Mrs S J Biaii, Calgary voile Mrs B V Bnrtch, Calgary, cfejun broche satin bandings' Ahv, ivhitc embroidered ninon, uith touches of apple grfen satin Miss Dunlop, Uanff, cream nun's %cihns, bordered blue. Mrs- Uampbell, ANNUAL I Thanksgiving Siiplper FROM TO 8 O'CLOCK ON THANKSGIVING NIQHT, OCT 11th. WESLEY HALL 1 TO' Calgary, blue satin with chiffon over- dress. Mrs. Dallas, Athabasca, cream marquisette with touches of paddy green, TACKABERRY A very pretty wedfiirig was. solem- nized at the home of the bnde s par- ents, Mr-.' -'and iMrs. Robt. Tackaber- v afternoon w lien Lois Mildred was united in marriage to Mr. Benjamin Aloore Smith, of Cal- gary. rReV. A. H; penoon performed ceremony in the presence- or -a large number of friends and neigh- bors. They were the recipients of 'a large number of beautiful and useful-' ents. the couple de- parted for Barons, whore fchey FORD IN TRUE BRITISH STYLE tiaineil for Calgary where thcj make "thcit-homr.- will A very quiet- wedding took place afternoon at half past three o'clock.at -the Pro-Cathedral. Calr- gary, when Miss Pearl Peterson, on- Ij daughter of Mr and Mrs C W Peterson was united in marriage to Captain Al Harris of the 56th battalion, lonnejrl) of Leth bridge, of Mrs II U Harris oi Ulbow Park Onh the immediate re- were present at the ceiemony which performed by Dean Paget The bride was away her father, and unattended Cap- tain McCann of the 56th was man After the ceremony Captain and Mrs. Harris left for Heart Lakes where they will spend their honeymoon CPR FREIGHT SMASH NEAR MOOSE JAW MOOES Jav, Sask, Qrt Ian Pacific train No 4 UiH a freight .rain at Belle Plains, fqurteep miles east of Moose .Taw, 7 Iff o'clock his morning Peacock of Moose jumped fiom the (rain Officials here say no oiie Jujitrfcd Four millions expended Hocketellfr Foundation, mostly Henry Ford, Esquire I note by the papers that you have not denied the statement you are credited with, about withdrawing your support from banks that subscribed to tlie British and: French 'loan and tying a tin can'round the neck, of each com- missioner and sending -them- home, bub jou do say >ou are man and that the loan would only prolong the war would it prolong the war less jou mean That if did not get Youv have either' -forgotten yourself or you hvLve got your principles of eternal...peace mixed with a ence for German} To you we have to say the Allies will win (lie" war if it take 10 years or longer, and IE we .have to do it with- out the assistance of American mon- ey With the assistance of much I tnonev frnm flip n-rwvl folk of the ol children shall be .forced to swallow that most undesirable of all uings, German kiiltur Germanj cannot wnn The Uip'e Empire will work for a'bare living, and a poor one at that if necessary, ana feaep on atrueelmg till we win 1 for oue be dead, tliicn. that Germany should 'win, and :hat 18 the spirit that animates every .Bri- ton. Tills is not said in a'boastful spirit, but with the fuli knowledge that the dearest thing In life to a Briton be avowed to Jive his in his own way, free from the dictation of militarism. Now .Mi- Ford, just a .word about Urifted States thfe war will be shorter duration -because we shall win m a shorter time that waj Hbw then, Mr'.'Ford, iE-you do not expect the Geimans fo wm, we shall me that the money from the States, Germany t, d f f lending inone> to BrI will win Are tve onl> J J money from the Stales to last that much longer against the Germans' final win? No other construction can toe put on vour words H that is not pro-German I am lacking; In reasoning power. :You would tie a.tin can albout the of gentlemen and send them home if you had >our That's good for the Germans for you have never talked about putting a tin can about 'the neck of any German who came to the United States to ferment trouble for that nation, and there were "several of them. >oii prefer to castigate gentlemen who have played the game fairlj but saj never a word against the most damnable outrages bv the same Germans against .your own cotinirynien and the civilized You pretei to stigmatize tliat fair pmt of the British Empire known as vou a business of a jear at large proHts, io saying a good word for or even (csf'ing cotincll on Boch'an engrossing and important subject as i getting roonej to help, ufn the fioti i tor dition of eternal tllftt prtH 'few to be so much in favor of. or you not by mference tain a.nd France going to prolong the .war. ilr. Ford, you do not us, think for a minute Germany can win. We have only started; we our last dollar and we have heaps of those too, and we will spill our last Canon Coutrey. Do jou evei hear British gentlemen of standing, i gen tlemen. home with a tin can aiboiit his neck. If wo would your nation think? tha% T: fallings, Britons do not be gentlemen, even most try- ing, times, and-we have a right to ex- pect as much from, our kinsmen, Mr, Ford Yours'truly, W. D. L. HARDl-E It is rumored in Ottawa that par- drop of blood "before oursehei or o.irjjoar liamcnt will not meet until next, GIRLS WHO READ GAS METERS IN LONDON ARE, IN GREAT FAVOft London, Oct. residents seak highly of Uie Snu1i Metropolitan gas girls, who now look aftei meters and fittings Thev are much nicer than men about the said a wo- man who had lereued a visit 'If there's any mud about wlil fetch it on to the step A man. set- tles down somewhere, behind :the door and and if T have little trifle to complain about he tips his the back of bis head and stares at he'll 'see to it.1 Then: I hear him whistling quietly again and make sure he's forgotten all about me But these gas girls thev pop In, make a note, and pop out without the Blight- eat fuss.' Another woman on the round spoke in much the same terms. "Women are supposed to be gossips, but give me a gas girl anj day A meter man will linger half an hdur fiddling with, the gauge and chatting with a busy housekeeper Tbej stand about just aren't wanted and if trving to do two things at once thev ask me to find a chair to stand on, or else thev want a box of matches "The metei man will have a great deal to live uu to when he comes back on the'round.' MEET ME AT'DELANYS Whore von find the very Choicest aiikNgm'jie; .Meals of kind. Iresli killed and earofully selected. Yourx TluinkNgiviiig. ff i. vf ;