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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAlLt PAGE SEVEN Everything Ready for Tonight's Big After-Supper Sale atRylands Monday is a day For Thanksgiving. Yon will bo ncoding a Now (Joal, a New .Dress oi' or tlio smaller, dross requiremcnts'sucli as Glovos, Notikwear, Veiling. Those and many iSlaples will be.on sale at Eoniarkably Low Prices for three hours' selling uf the1 Busy Store. 85c Cents buys u pair of 'inn. black or white Kill Cloves tonight at Uio limy Store. Cents, a pair of bailies colored or Mack .tine All Wool Cashmere "ITose. Will buy -8 Hair with or without "elas- tic, in all shades, to- night. 10c? Cents a yard for your ihoicc of yards or ide Taffeta Ribbons, tonight. 25c A pair of-Ladies'fleece lined Ulose, in fbladkj only, in sizes UP to 10. 9c Cents buys a yard of Neat Stripe Flannelettes, 27 inches wide. Last llrae tonight. COATS The finest in the city. Some new to-day Reg. values On SaleTpp Be early for these Neckwear, nil new this week: a special Jo worth uj) to 75c. To- iilKht............... Chiffon Lawn, extra regular 25c; tonight 40 ins. special; 35c 18c Dross Materials, all wool sergea, cropoiis, etc., v.'orth up to 25. Tonight 69c pairs of Warner's and D. and A. Corsets, new models, worth up to ?1.75 for Yard wide I.xmg'cloth. night at thi price tine White ,ast time to- s very low 8c B Combination; flnc elastic ri'b, 30, 32 and 84 sizes. On'sale at 35 Mat Zbc dents for Children's -Vests or .Drawers. cleans, out. this line for ;tlie season. See Tfie Big Windows For Other Bargains Underwear, heavy ribbed all wool Red Label, tonight, shirt or drawers ot Pa-reels Delivered; to any place .in.tiic.citv Rylan js Co. .Other-Specials Tonight.not listed here.' THANKSGIVING SUPPER From to 8'o'clock on Thanksgiving Night, October 11th WESLEY HALL Splendid Turkey Supper followed by Musical and Literary Prqoram ADMISSION SOCIETY WOMEN LEARN HAIR CURUING SECRET I ________ I "U your hair is straight, Hat, dull looking, J need if you long to possess wavy, light, fluf- glossy says Gladys Cole- man in Society-World. tell you wliat- to tlo. Tonight, after, y6ur_h; lists 'had its usual( iri'iu a saucer uf pure liquid silmerine and run this through the liair from crown to tip. 'morning dawns -and you have -yawned yourself out of your downy cot, you "Will have a real 'sur- prise, Quite an agreeable one. Your hair will have a prettier and moro natural-looking curl and lustre than it has ever had 'there will be-nothing streaky, sticky, greasy or anything unpleasant .ibout it. If you will get.the liquid silmeri.ia from your druggist it-will require no pre- paration at all, and four or Two oun- ces will last many This is just the "finest thing for the purpose and as it keeps the hair in curl a time, you-will need to use it only occasionally INFLUX. OF ORIENTALS B.C., Oct. pro- mises to-be a great influx of Oriental Immigration to Canada this autumn More than seven bundled Chinese are ab'oard the steamer Ixlon, now on her way from Yokohama to this.port. C., "Oct. lier was a record month at; the local government office iu the matter of recording mining claims. .During that month 15 free miners' mineral What Doctors Use for Eczema A Boothlng combination of oil oE Wlntersrreen, Tlnmol, jnd other beal ing Ingredients culled D D D Pro- scription is now a favorite remedy of skin specialists for all slnn diseases It penetrates the pores gives instant lellef from the moat distressing itch Us sootomg oils quicklj heal the m flamed tiGflues Test its soothirg effect All drug gists ha_ve generous trial bottle for onl} 2oc Come and let us tell you aibotit our money back guarantee of fer to free you from jour distress Alk also about D O D Soap J. D Higmbothim Co Limlt.d, Druggists, Lethbrtdge D D D IS MADE IN CANADA. Do you want to earn a week or more in your own home 1 will round cmpl rhmit op Auto Knitting, Machine per week readily cd We teach you iT dUtance is no .ttindraac'e Write lor plVtlcu Ian t te4 of W, DUt 11 Mto _, ________ 117 certificates claims re- corded, 2 placer clqims recorded, 57 certificates blV'Worfc issued and 4 agreements of transfer made. To the average person this signifies but lit- tle but to thosetwho know the hills aiound Cranbropk and "thq. ground on which these claims-are- located, it means, the .commencement; of. some- thing big for this citj The name of the locators, 'together with ,the-riame of the claim, 'follows Little Edward, rcriy C eck located by E L Rod gcrs The Lark Perry Creek Iccat- b> Q hos Boj ter Morning btar Perrj Creek located bj Isaac Burch Midnight Perrj Creek located by F G Murphv Stamp Mill Sawmill CrVn. un-atcd b} R B Durrani Gold Mine No 3 Niggoi Creek lo- cated by, John Henry Hawkins Gold Coin, Perry fogated hv Elmer K. Kodgers Perry cated bj I I cask Blue Grouse .perry Grepk, located Uj Isaac Burch east side or Bull liner lo catel b> Vlocrt 0 Vnme White Grouse Mountain located b> John bingeri Copper Chiei Grouse fountain located by J Lougheerf SnoWstdrm Wllib1 Giouse Mountain', located 'bv Hdmiuel Coul-: ter St Mary S, White Grow Moun i tam located hv John McKeill, j Grous4 White Grouse Moun i tam located b) J A Crai loras Dandy Creek Canyon located bi VlDvarHcr I) Cameron Shep .herd south of Rome Greek located hv Jtfilrolm Hotte Perrv Creek located by James Tfist -Extension ScAith of the Double M M Perrj Creek foliated by I d ward Wttahtm rhfc Pcrrj Croek locatcfd by Blmct E Rogers JRnmbter, Ptfry Treek legated by George R AtrJ.sk Bertha Pctrj Creek JnralW Cora M Burch trust Perrj CrfccVj located by A J Morris Gold Nigger tWrv Creek located by C H Pollen Lilian Pw ry Creek, located !jj T H Austin Cora M Perry Creek, louitod b> C C on soli da No 4 Moyie located oy I Consolidat- ed >o htllips The Bourd of Roya! Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations ID Misle PATRON: Music Examlnallons 1916 Op.n, to the PuniU of .1! Tiicb.n of Mulie. The Annual Examinations in Practical Music and Theory will be hcjii throughout Canada in stay and June, 1916. An examin- ation in Theory only will be held November loll] to be made by October 1st 1915. An exhibition value about fjw offered annually; also 2 Gold and a Silver Medals. Syllabus, Music for theeiaminationsand all particulars Ulay be obtained on onplica- lion to U. WAIING DtVIS. 717 Shilir Street, Maolrul. Oesldeat Secretary Canada.) Parents and Teachers wishing io.cnter their pupils for these examinations shutild rammnnicatewith the Secretary at onctutid have their names placed on mailing list. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Stciinior To Oct. Carthaginian ..Glasgow Oct. London Nov. London Nov. Pretorian Glasgow Nov. London Nov. Carthaginian ..Glaagow Nov. ___ London Calling at Havre, cast and west- 'bounci. ICarnes yrd-class' passengers only. Full Information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent, or- W. B. ALLAN, Nor-West Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg._______________ ft TO Arid from SCOTLAHI TELEPHONE 606 Full information from any railway or steamship agt. DONALDSON LINE H-e-uoMAN, GENL.AGCHT. WINNIPEG 349MotnSt.PhoneMa1n53l2 VANCOUVER 53l6rarwillf St.- Scouts turned out to do honor to their departing comrade. Seoul; Mas- ter Crebbin presented the departing lad with a tie hearing the em- blem of a Boy Scout as a slight mark of appreciation of his good wort: during his connection with the movement. The boys were entertain- Pay Way Back to Fight Germans isf, lliginbotliani recently receiv- ed an iiiLeresting letter from a brother who has visited Hie Falkland Islands. The letter, which was written on board the R.M.S. Oriana, said: "After a very busy month in Lima, I took this 'Steamer from there, and called at Valparaiso on my way round, passing through the Straits of Mag- ellan, and calling yesterday at the Falkland Islands, where we saw H.M. S. Glasgow, taking a few days off, and giving her: crew a chance to stretch their legs. This ship is called 'Lucky because she has been in all three naval fights. In her last she sank the Dresden, and only in the fight off Chi'ie, when the G'ood iHope was she get damaged. Then she had five shells through her, but only very slight loss of life and damage "The Germany will long remember Falkland Islands; so will we. It was just .a lucky hit that our two hi cruisers arrived the night before; oth erwise the Germans would In all bability have sunk the four light ship already in the 'bay. Anyway, luck wa i with us, and the rest was good wor by all hands. Dresden skipped and never fired a shot, and that i why she was hiding so long around th Chilean coast, and breaking the law j of neutrality for before the j caught her at Jitan Fernandez, an j sunk her first, and apologized to Chil j afterwards. The Germans lost fiv> warships and two colliers. One, with four hundred German sailors from terned ships on the coast of Chile es capedj and got into the Argentini port of San Antopio, and was internet there. This lot they intended to land on the Islands and fortify them, so a to make a naval base. So this is the end of German naval power out here "We also have some British Italians going home to the war, and to- night we have an. Allies' concert fo the Red Gross Fund. They also pass ed tile hat around the other day, and got ?75 for the sariie object. j "Patagonia has sent over 160 mei homo to fight, out of their ccmpara small. British'" population. Mos of these were Scotch shepherds from the sheep ranches of Tierra del Fu ego. Chile proper has sent about six hundred. It means per man from out here, as the government does nol allow anything for expenses. "One young chap on board is pay ing hia way chird-class. He canie out to Chile two years ago on this shjp first-class. Captain Kite is an old friend, of I am trying to et him to a'ilow this chap to go into Mrs. 'AT. S. Me Arthur is visiting friends tit Calgary. .Mrs. Walter .Jordan, of Kobson, B. C is the guest of Clias. Mc- Clenughaa. Rev. and Mrs. .J. B. Murrell-Wright returtiRtl yesterday from Toronto and other eastern points. The 0. F. Club will meet Tuesday afternoon sharp at 3 o'clock at the home of Alrs.'Meecli, 532 15th St. S. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Voung and fain-' ily are leaving on Monday on a visit j tiift coast. Mr. Russell J. of Mont- real, is the guest of his brother, Mr. .r. Slinpherd. Mrs. M. K. McMullcn, who has been i T guest Mrs. John Nivcn for! the past few days has returned to; her home in Calgary. j The regular monthly meeting oi the j St. .Mary's W, A. will lie held on i Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Parish hall. Mr. C. Dcvinti, who ha? mak-1 ing munitions in Medicine Hat, has j been spending a few days in the j city and leaves tomorrow for Cal- ;ary to join the 82nd battalion. Blue Ribbon Coffee and You may be the best cook in the world but if the leaven you use is poor you cannot get sat- isfactory results, Always use Blue Ribbon Baking Powder; it makes the lightest and best pastry and cakes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of quality in Teas, Coffees, Bnking Powders. Jelly Powders, Spices and Extracts. There Art Needle-work will lie no meeting oi the Oluh oil Monday the second-class. for him for 38 days is pretty tough, I tell you This is the kind of stuff that you can't down, and the Germans will find ed to music and other amusements furnished a most enjoyable, evening. Mesdames Crehbin and Smith served refreshments. The I3cv .Scouts will! make a house to house canvass next week for old razors for "the at the front. Some twenty men are waiting in Cranbroolv for wTord from the powers that- !je in charge of the recruiting. out that before it is all over." located L C f t i "A social evening hfcm Comght at thp club rooms of Scouts occasion bfinn a to Pa f I Fdnm Vftlcolnit who is, leaving Saiorday for the Old C'oim try fortj- of the The1'men are anxious to go to the front. "Bob" Skinner slipped on, a ban- ana peal on Baker.street last evening and sustained a broken word has been received from Private E. E. Hore since April last. Vhxious relatives are enquiring through the war office. Mr. Hore left with the first contingent and has not been heard of for "months. He is a brother, of Airs. David Bald- win, this city. 3rd. MountedRiffes Are Now in Action Ottawa, put., Oct. has been received by the department of Militia that Ueut. W. M. Pijarc'e of the Hth Battalion, Montreal, has been slightly wounded, but Is back in ac- tion. W. C. Craig, Vermilion, Alia., of the, 3rd Mounted Hlfles. from Ed- monton, Alia., has alie been wound- i v. .BULGARIAN CONSUL IN v LONDON London, Oct; An- thu .Bulgarian consul- general here, has sent the' fol- lowing telegram to the Bulgar- ian "If the reported ai'iiaiice of Bulgaria witb pur eternal ene- mies and perBecutbrs, and ag- alnst our liberators' is true, I protest, and tender my resigna- t ion as consul-general." WHEN BUYING YEAST INSIST ON HAVING THIS PACKAGE owing to the holiday, hut the ladies are asked to meet with Mrs. P. Hoy, Bryan mock, on Monday, the 18th. A special women's meet-ing of the First Baptist .chuicli on Monday af- ternoon at 2.3'li is being held to meet Mrs. Staincs o'i Calgary, president of the Baptist Missions in Alberta. Over thirty couples enjoyed a joljs dance in the school auditorium in honor of the teachers in the city for the convention. Some twenty num- bers were played hy Mr. K. Needs at the piano, which were thoroughly en- joyed. The ladies of the congregation of Wesley church under the leadership ol Mrs. G. Stacc'v have elaborately de- corated the church for tomorrow's Thanksgiving service. Ripened grain ms been effectively 'used in every pos- sible place and the reading desk and platform are beautifully decorated with grain, fruit anil vegetables of unusual size. The tea room at the Hudson's Bay was crowded all yesterday afternoon, when the Daughters ot the Empire were in charge. The splendid sum of 520 was cleared and ivill be to the Patriotic Fund. A musical .pro gram consisting or selections b) Miss. Miss Ross, Mrs Waddmgton and Master Geoffrey Waddington was greatly appreciated." The tea tables were decorated witli crimson carna tions and Richmond roses and were waited upon hy Mrs. Downer, Mrs. J. R. Oliver, Mrs'. Ewart, Miss Hutchinson and Miss Downer. Have Many Men j I In The Trenchesl j On Monday, October 4, A. E. Dupen. district chief ranger and representa- tive to the subsidiary high court of Canada, presented his report of tiic sessious held at Ottawa, August 24 to 38, at a well-attended meeting. '.Ye'j were pleased to hear the patriotic- j feeling that nrevai'.ed, also thai 200.- i 000 members had enlisted to fight for j King and Country up to August 31, i throughout the British Empire, 7000 of those from courts in the Dominion of Canada. It WHS decided to drop all body-NO GRIT purity a daylight by hands point dum PEPPERMINT A CINNAMON FLAVOl In impressive illumined ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL Uethbridge DA1K1 Phone 1576 High A. E. DUPEN Court delegate and official. wholesome play story pleasantly with the transcendent art of Mary I ci.tai WI.M7; bay; p.uc, cash Tonight the most thrilling and sen- sational drama ever seen in the city 'The Ball of will be shown for the last time in conjunction 'with an all-star :prograni, including the latest war news The The Orpheum World -Film feature, After organization levies, and to levy each member 10 cents per quarter extra to form a war fund to help brothers returning from the front unfit for em- ployment. The insurance department submitted some interesting figures of the last two years' work. The out- standing facts are as follows: The A, O.F. has of insurance, an increase of they have casli assets of an increase of they have 2721 members in the fund; they have paid in death surrenders S8627: they have paid in profits and received 072 appli- cations in the past two years Bark, with Francis B. Francis play- ng the 'leading part, which played at .he Orpheum last night, is an excel- ent picture aii'd highly entertaining. The. story, relates, how "Old Tom" Dalton. .whose -wife was faithless to lim while he .was fighting in the Spanish American, war, is making a lying- by doing odd jobs. Bellamy, he man who betrayed Dalton's wife s the companion of Nbrris, a gamib- j er. These, two. have a young Jeorge Medhurst, in their power for leht. To save himself the young man orges name, and falls in ore with "Old-Tom's" daughter. Old iledhurst dies. George inherits hip ather's fortune and marries .Dalton's laughter, Fanny.. Other sqod pictures are on the pro- ;ram for tonight. The Empress One of the most diversified pro- grams of pictures, that the Empress as shown for some time was seen ast night, when seven reels of. good icturcs' were shown. Charles Chap- in and Keystone 'Msbel head the bill [i a rollicking, comfedy, The Fatal: lallet. Needless to say Charlie kept: is audience full of glee during the; icture. Mabel Nonnand is in an-j ther comedy that is TV ell up to thej atone standards The tenth, chapter of The Diamond From the Sky, the wonderful serial hat is 'being run, appeared last night nd formed another link in the big tory. The Diamond Is lost aftar it s-obtained from Blair Stanley. Ar- lur, who Is now away'out west, ac- Mentally, comes across the diamond. Other good" pictur.6. will ibe shown or ihf tlmp tonight With advancing years comes con- stipation. Rexall Orderlies are a specially good laxative tor- ageing people. Sold only fty J. D. Higin- hothara Co.. The Rexall Store, TOO, and 50c vertisement. The Biggest Beet When the first beet was brought in- to the office, we opined that no beet cauld beat this big-beet. Then came another bigger beet which beat the first big heet so that the new bee.fc was proclaimed unbeatable by any; beets. This famous beet weighed pounds and 12 ounces. It was a re- cord. There are some more beets'in the country, however, and now comes the king beet -which has the second beet beaten, by exactly 6 pounds, aa much heavier than the second beet'as the latter was over the first beet. It weighs over three times as much as the first beet. The beet weighs pounds, and was grown by A. Roberi- in, who farms near Coaldale. Mr. Robertson states that he has d bigger beets than the one Exhib- ited to the pigs. Now the" Herald "wiM proclaim this as the-King beet. Beat this bent if! vou can. W. A. Sttiveson of Warner brought u heet into the Hera'id this mornins, weighing six pounds. DECUNE SUBSTITUTES One end of the head of a new liam- icr has a broad angle, m which notches are cut. to sene as ,1 pipe wrtncb.. .Save CoUpons "in everj o 10 and 25c Package. Chiclet Cushion Cover ;