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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBKK 12, THE E HK1ULD I'AtiE NINK CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Hosiery and Gloves Corsets and Underwear Complete, new stocks and jrrentesl, variety of sixes and price's, representing the very best values obtainable anywhere in this country. Goods bought long before the biggest advances were put on and in the majority of cases no higher in prices than like qualities of a year ago. HOSIERY LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE pecial values at SOc. 75c, 85c and Special values at i-1 A A fl I .UU CHILDREN'S PLAIN CASH. HOSE Sizes 6 to in. Seamless. Prices 3ijc, 40c and' CHILDREN'S RIBBED CASH. HOSE Various -iualities. Sizes f. to CA S in. At SOc, 45c, SOc and..... OUC INFANT'S FINEST CASH. HOSE Lovely quality. Black: and white. 4 to ti in. at........ GLOVES BEST GUARANTEED KID GLOVES Ulack, white, tan and gray. CC Beautiful quality.......... t AA tires. Last season's ?6. Now CHILDREN'S FLEECED SLEEPERS One to ten year sizes. Prices or 75c, SOc and ODL CHILDREN'S UNDERWA1STS and white Jean. Prices "5o and PHONE 1224 PRISONERS OF, WAR FUND i- NOTES The committee in charge of this fund gratefully acknowledge the fol- lowing Mrs. Rylands, Mrs. Wray, Mrs; Hammond, Mrs. Buchan- an, tire. Meech; Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs.' Downer, Mrs. Palr- fleld and Mra. Baldry. Christmas parcels to our prisoners are now being arranged for. Those who wish to help 'in tljis _wprkr. are asked to send donations as 'soon as sossible to 'Mrs: Robinson, 423 8th Street South. The parcels must be shipped by Friday, OcC20lh, and the sorting, packing and addressing entail a large amount of work. Articles re- quired'for these parcels are: Tinned meats and fish, (half pound packages jam and marma- (in oxo cubes, cigarettes, pipes, tobacco, playing warm shirts, sweaters. Many cards'; are received by the Alexander "Gait Chapter and individ- ual members .saying .that the. parcels are-received safely.--One from Pte. G. E. Emmerson, well known here, was f.-sjlany thanks for ybiir'very'welcome parcel which I have received in good condition. It is very nice to know we forgot- ten'at V The Jollowing card received a few days' ago will 'serve as an appeal for Christmas clieer for'bur lonely, hungry brave men in German prison camps: "Dear friend of mine gave me your address, saying you would help prisoners of war by sending par- cels. I have no one in the Conn- try to write to. K you could send me some hardtack biscuits they would be more than appreciated, or anything you would like to send. Hoping 1 am not bothering you too much. Yours etc., F, Mclnnes." COLLEGE PROFESSOR KILLED Winnipeg, Oct. George G. White, of the Manitoba Agriculture college staff, was accidentally killed on his farm at La Salle, Man., today. No particulars nave been received. He was formerly connected with the Grain Growers' Grain company. New Dress Silks To-day Plaid Taffetas, rich dark stripes; Shot Taffetas; Plain Colored Taffetas; Black Pailette and rich Black Dnchvsse: Also Skinner's Guaranteed Satin. Colors, rose, 'Belgian, gold, brown, maroon, silver grey, fawn and black. Crepe de Cliencs, Georgette Crepes, Ninons and Silk Nets. Allover Silk and Cotton Laces in ivory, cream, gold, champagne and sky. The Simpson Co, Limited 'Mrs. R. G. Straker and children re- turned yesterday from a lengthy visit to England. At the last meeting of Wesley Ladies' Aid it was decided to hold the annual bazaar on Thursday, Dee. 7th. j j .Mr. and Mrs. J. Dirks and little son have left to spend a couple of i weeks in Spokane. j Lieut. Leveret t DeVeher. ol tho 191st I battalion, Is expected in the city to- night to spend a few days with his parents. Senator and Mrs. DcVcber. i Miss Reca Starkey of N'elson, B.C., arrived today to spend a fortnight i with Sirs. L. G. DeVeher. Hiss Thelma left on Monday for Edmonton, where she will (inter a hospital to train for a nurse. 1 AUrce Nelson. 13.C., Will arrive tonight and will be the guest of Mrs. R. 'T. Urymner until Tuesday. Anyone having Royal Crown soap wrappers, that are.being solicited by the W. C. T. U. for their travellers' aid work, is asked to have them at 31S Sherlock block before Saturday even ing. October 14th. Mr. Wm. Milford of Strathcona Court, received word this morning tha his nephew. Mr. Mitford Moore, of Parry Sound, Out., has been killed in actioii. Dominion Tlebekah Lodge No will meet tonight in the I. O. O. F. hall at S .o'clock.. After the usual order of business there will be card ylayini Visiting Rebekahs always welcome. Mrs. Gilbert Cardell and little son, who have been spending a month in the city with Mrs. A. Parker and Mrs. C. E. Morris, returned yesterday to their home in Calgary. Mrs. J. T. Graham has returned to Lethbridge after spending the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Blair and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. gary Albertan. An important business meeting ot the women's branch of the Red Cross I society will be held on Monday after-' noon.at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. H. Harman. The I. O. D. 13. will he in charge of, the tea room at the Hudson's Bay tomorrow afternoon and the proceeds will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Beginning next week the I. O. D. B. will be In charge of 'the tea room on Wednesdays instead of on Fridays. The Hon. Frank Oliver and Mrs. Oliver left on Monday night for Otta- wa, to return to Edmonton in a fort- night, and to reside here in future. Lieut. Jack Oliver, who is home on j furlough from the front, accompanied his parents east on his return to the Old Bulletin. Mrs. W. S. 'Ball, with her two daughters and her sister, Mrs. Warue of Ottawa, has arrived home from Ottawa. The colors which Mrs. Ball is'presenting to the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders could, not be completed in" Canada before the battalion left tor overseas, so lhay are to he made in England and will be. presented at the camp there. I The Civic Club ore appealing for more Christmas parcels, as up to the present only GOO parcels have been re- ceived and there are 2000 Lethbrldge men overseas, the parcels are to contain one khaki ,-hsndkaf chief, oio cubes, candy and a box of cigarettes or tobacco. Parcels may be left at the Simpson Co. or at Miss Timer's. Mr. E. A. Holbrook, who was re- cently moved to Klllam, Alta., as man- ager of the Merchants Bank, has been spending n few days in town.and re- turned to Klllam this atteriioon ac- companlai hy MratBolbroOk and little daughter, Jean Holbrook's par- Friday and Saturday Are rs To Owr Bargain Silk Sale worth of the very newest f all mid Mp-in-daK1 vnrii't.ii's sillied for I lie new style dresses, blouses, under- skirts or eonl linin.u's. llenvy Silk I'oplins. Best French Crepe de Chene. Striped TuflVhis. Tnr- liiTi 1'lii.id. Shepherd 'li-i.ks ;ind I'liiin Tn I'l'dux Ik'ldina1 Tearless ShiiMier's ;uid (JL'orivi't.li' The liiru'esl nin.u'c of colored black or while silks ever offered the public of Lelhbridge. On Sale Friday and Saturday All One Price Per Yard QQ Ladies'and Misses' Boot and Shoe Sale Continues Friday and Saturday It is decidedly to your advan- tage to visit our Boot and Shoe Department while this sensa- tional sale continues. Hoots and Shoes ivynilarly sit from and JpUOO. Selling at prices which are astounding. "Group 1. pair Group 2, Group 3. r Group 4: a pair The "Bay's" Quality Grocery List for the Week-end .....______ ___, FLOUR H. B. CO.'S SEAL OF QUALITY Sack Sack )S Sack 10 Ib. SACK No. 1 PAS- Cfl, TRY FLOUR B. C. SUGAR. CC 30 pound sack TABLE SALT. 3 Ib. bags. 4 for SIL. GLOSS STARCH 2 for R; c. SOAP. Per'package W. WASHING POW- DER. 1'er package FAIRY. SOAP. Hand i for GARTONS H P SAUCE Hottle WHITE GLOSS STARCH i packages for CORN STARCH 3 packages i'or MACK'S NO RUB G for CREAMETTES. 3 packages for 25( 59c ___25c 23c 23c 33c 25c 22c 22c 25c ;23c 25c 25c 35c GINGER SNAPS. ......VKc 2 pounds for WETHEY'S MARMALADE- Very special. 4 Ih. pails.............. One pound jars ST. CHARLES CREAM 2 for............... CANADA FIRST MILK 2 for GOLD SEAL MILK 2 for ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY. OCr 1 pound jars RED CROSS SOUR MIXED PICKLES. Quart sealers Very special EVAPORATED FRUITS. Get our special price on case lot's. VEGETABLES SWEET POTATOES ofi iV_ pounds for toil I. CABBAGE. Sound heads Per pound CARROTS. Per pound SPANISH'ONIONS, pounds for CELFRY pounds.for 2c 2c 25c 25c FRESH FRUITS ITALIAN PRUNES -I I'or PLUMS. Good and sound Basket 25c ai.'i! A good variety of apples at low- est market prices. PE-ACHES. pounds for CRAB APPLES. Hyslopi 4 pounds for PEARS. Good eating. Per dozen CONCORD GRAPES. Per basket TOKAY GRAPES. Per pound NICE RIPE TOMATOES Per pound MIXED FRUITS. Per basket BANANAS. Per dozen CRANBERRIES, Per pound ORANGES Penvdozeu 45c and. Just opened up a n6w stock of Empress Jams and Jellies 35c 25c 25c 25c 40c 20c lOc 35c 30c 15c SOc summei 1n Lethbndge, -vlso went to Klllam for a short visit Mac'eod "pedlije be inteiested in the following Item from the Van couver Sun, concerning the son ot old timer In that A marriage o Interest took-piace quieth at-Chnat church on Thursdav morning when Miss Aileen Green, only daughter of Mr and Mrs R'H, C Oieen was mar ricj t" Mr onlj, son_ of Mr John-Cowdry The ceramou> was performel'bi the C 5 -J'c, Gatfln Ihe iride, who was given away by her father, wore Wlored suit of blue siSrge, and a large ha{ and Mrs Cowdrj left for a motor trip throiiEh Okanagan and on 1B polnt 'The apuroachiis, departure from Irfithbndge of Mr tl Guess of the Dank of Montreal was anticipated by Wesley Methodist Bible school last Slmday' when ot the opening of; the school the superintendent was present ea with an address reair uy ihe vas t6r, Rev G H CobbledipK, aiio a beautiful electric reading lamn-prf Rented b> Mrs A M Hioka on behalf of 'the dress spoke at the devotion which exhibited Jn the which shown in the welfare of the gchoov and his1 success as1 retlecfed In its pro gross It referred also to the. InghT "Inch he had already received in the gnro ing characters In whom his deals and spirit were oeing reproduc cd. i Mr Guess though taken by ise made 'a appropriate and feeline repl> He lias been transferred to Aurora Ontario, and. lesvp soon He -will he grentls" missed not only In the school and church, but as excellent eltwen deeply tatefested :n tiling pertaining to the hetter side of our citj life CANADIAN'OFFICER is GIVEN Col 0 8. of Terento, Tflronlo.' 6tt great compli ment has been the appointment of Cpl JJamil- ton Mltclieii, DSO, jrfjTotonto. to the nosltlpn ot first staXf ot thti second British' army Ip Prance, the most important post >et given to a Canadian by the British M- thorltlra. M ;