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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY; OCTOBER 13, 1S14 THE SAILY PAGE SEVEN bcliaio the Canadian apple tote the "Canadian apples are qll. juicy, fineit'in FOSTER LUTHEK BUKIIANX An apple a day keeps the doctor away "An Ounce of Apple is a Pound of Cures" The truth.of the saying is confirmed by the leading physicians of the world. 95% of o.uf ills grow out of trouble in our digestive system. And of be prevented. When the prevention is BO pleasant, why fet yourself need a cure? Eat great, big, juicy, rosy-ripe Canadian finest fruit in-the world, .APPLE LORE Old Dr. Johnson, whose personal habits were iminortalized used to walk'gbput the of London munching an'anpiephjs poclcets .sagging, under the weight Q( "reserve supplies. Kc ranked the apple all and if he.we're alive today rank the Canadian apple as the finest 'of-hls APPJLE RECIPE baked In Cream IJart put inlets baking dish cream; teavminiitca. Another' good breakfast dish is made apples with wpll-aooked minutes. a Free Book Today 1 ri i f I 5. TJiere are "209 delicious ways to serve'them fully described in our "IJOOK OF fiivg. apple? to the cMldren Between meals and for school lunch-baskets. "Keep ajxix'at.the one at eleven and another at Getiyijur friends to join'tlic Apple Consumers' Membersmp Fee: One apple a day. i Send fur'our Book, Arvpint to this Department will bring It by return. You need not address: 1 DOMINION GOVERNMENT Department of Trade and Commerce, Ottawa (APPLE DIVISION) In Lethbridge and all its other branch- es will use as far as possible Especially as this year the quality and pack is equal it not superior to any apples grown Canadian Fancy Winter Apples ff Canadian Grown Apples J Of Finest Quality TRY A BOX OF NO. 1. Finest Ontario and Apples For Sale By Wholesalers Ohlyj' Quotations gladly furnished jfor car lots or less. I Choicest Canadian Grown of finest quiaUties We can save you money on your Winter Supply 526 13th St. N. Phone 1356. 2 fe yigr. these ttymg times RIGHT IN THE MIDST of frying times, when on air sides we hear of advancing prices on things to cat, things to wear and things for the home this store has retained its well known reputation for low price and high quality. This store has not taken advantage of the times! Imt, on the contrary, goods have scarcely ever heen offered to the pub- lic at lower prices than we are offering right now. A daily perusal of our advertisements will be convincing. Our slogan is Low Price Con- sistent with High Quality. VALUES IN BED COM- FORTS Just 9 of these pretty, rever- sible Art Slllraline covered Com- forts, fllleil with lamanatecl cot- ton down, double bed fi? 4 Effl Blzo ...............5M.OU NEW PORTIERES FOR FALL Handsome green, red and mixed colorings In Arch Por- tieres, heavy tassllled ends, good size. Splendid value at 55.00. Tomorrow' "yj; Per lO MEN'S ..NIGHT SHIRTS 79c Flannelette Night Slilrts for men in ueat colorings, smart turn down collar LADIES' CORSET COVERS Ladies' Corset Covers, made of fine white cotton, prettily trimmed with embroidery and lace. All sizes up to 65c, for........... WiJC LADIES' SKIRTS Ladies' Skirts. Wide range of Serges, Panamas and Tweeds; plain tailored styles, trimmed with buttons. All sizes, values to INFANTS' BARACOTS Infants' white flannelette Bar- acots with long skirt and quilt- ed waists. Regular price i 36c for BOYS' NEW FELT HATS 790 Great variety of Boys' winter Felt Hats tor boys from 3 to 15 years. All smaxt shapes, for LADIES' PATENT BUTTON BOOTS Just 20 pairs of these values in Ladies' Patent Leather Button Boots, neat, dressy shape 25c MEN'S TAN BUTTON Men's Tan Button 02 style Boots, values, adl of thamj Good snappy Pall style, to clear Specials in our Grocery Section Tomorrow-Phone 313 ROYAL CROWN WASHING POWDER i packages for.......................... MACK'S' "NO RUB" SUNLIGHT SOAP 22 Tablets for PELS' NAPTHA SOAP 10 tablets for............ 3 for Sic 5 founds for LIFEBUOY 22 Tablets (or APPLES, CHOICE AND PLUMP G pounds lor tCOO' We wish to apologize to those of our customers whose parcels riot delivered on Saturday, 5 Owi ing to the unusually muddy condition of the streets, all our parcels were not delivered. Although, we hid two extra delivery vans, they were unable to cope with our extremely large Saturdays business, Again we express our regret and announce that today we resume our customary efficient delivery. TOMORROW IS THE LAST- DAY TO HAND IN YOUR FOR A FREE OIL PAINTING I V Mr. 'and Mrs. Craven of Mac- leod, spent the holidays with Mr. >and Mrs. Cv S. Maguire, 1009 7th Ave. S. Mrs. Percy Dunn and little daugh- ter Helen, of Medicine Hat; are vis- iting Dr. and Mrs. Ave. S. for a lew days. Mr. Dunn, who accompanied them, returned ,to Medicine Hat-last evening. Dr. J. H. Rivers has returned from attending the Mettio'dist General.Con- ference at Ottawa and the Prisons aud Charities Conference at St. Paul; Thee. Hamilton and Arthur Mor- gan, students at the Normal school, Calgary, spent the Thanksgiving holi- days at their homes here. The first aid for injured class will meet in Miss Halpenny's room at th Central school tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. M. S. McArtliiur (nee- Tripp) will recely5-f6r tile, first time since her marriage at her home, 608 llth Street South, on Friday afternoon, October IGthV -when her mother will receive with her before leaving for the east nest Saturday. and Mrs. R C. Chandler have returned from a six weeks' honeymoon trip to Wetasldwin, Edmonton, anc points in British and wil! reside in-future .at 623 14th St. S Barassin left yesterday for Calgary, .where she will DO until Fri- day. Mrs. Bruce :Baxter and boJby, who lava been, the" guests of Mrs. J. B. Burke, 5 Strathc'ona Court, returned ,o their home in Calgary yesterday. A very happy party met at the home of Mrs. .A: on 5th being, entertained to a Thanksgiving supper.. Covers were laid for ten, the table .being tastefully decorated. with a pink. and. green color scheme. The Epworth'League of Westmins- ter church, holds its regular month- ly meeting tonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Trueman ol Calgary, announces the engagement ;ol his on- ly, Kathleen 'of Mr. Thomas Banks Jcnkinson; only son of Sir'Greorge Banks and Lady Jenkinson, of Eastwood Park, Fal- fieid, Gloucestershire, England. Mr. Jenkinsou is en route to England .with his regiment, Jhe Royal Cana- dian Dragoons, Many Lethbridge people knew H. W. Blaylock at one time qf-High. River ar.d Calgacy. Latterly he has fcean living in England, purchased a heautii'ul country home on the Thames near 'London.-.When.- the war broke out be offered his home- for a convalescent -home for Canadian ficers serving in -the war. It contains fifty beefs and-is- -being filled equipped as an ideal retreat for and In- jured officers.- Mrs.-Blaylcck is a daughter of Dr. 'Jas. 'Mills, of the Dominion Railwav Commission. Dr V J and Mrs Lar- comho, Alta announce the engage- ment of their eldest daughtor, Muriel Huntingdon, to Mr Cecil Hugh Chap- man, Medicine Hat, second son of W J. Chapinan, B A Mrs Chapman, rector Hemaigstone, Suffolk, England Marriage the latter part of October. i Mr. and Mrs. P. A'. Dunne and lit- tle daughter ol Aledieine Hat, spent ihanKsgivmg with Iricods in the city The chief justice of Alberta, accom- panied by his wife and son, sail for Canada the end of this-iuohth. .Vifc Marcelia Percy Richardson, one..of the nursing sisters'.with .the Canadian expeditionary force, is prob- ably the only one of the i hundred members who has of wir- ing both the queen's and the king's South African medals. She ied the second Canadian contingent to South Africa arid was twice men- tioned by Lord Kitchener in his des- patches Miss Richardson is the daughter of tthe late Hon. Hugh Rich- ardson, senior judge of the Northwest Territories. Mr and Mrs. K. T. Brymner spent tbe Thanksgiving week-end at CtU- Attractively Picked faculty. Miss Wumifred Walt, Edmonton, en' terteJned In honor of Frank o! Toronto, who WM on tar way to Claiesholra to take charge of the do- mestic science department in the school of agriculture. The invited meats were former O.L.C. girls from S'hitby, Ontanon, the alraa mater of MISJ Walt and Miss Frank., t The wedding took place at All Saints' church, Edmonton last week ol Miss Phyllis Pulton, second daugh- ter ol Mr. ami Mrs. R. Percy Barnes, to Mr Edmund Neville Ridley, ol Strathmore, Alberta. The engagement is announced at Ottawa OK Miss Mario A. Valade, daughter o' Dr and Mrs. F. X. Va- lade, and gramt-daughler of the late Hon. J. Royal Lieutenant Goveinor of the Northwest Territories, to Dr. I, A. Roj, of Lothbrldge, son ol Mr. ami Mrs, David Kff, it Ottawa, i 'It is understood that Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 'McClung; (Nellie L. are contemplatiag movliig .to ton. j The ladles of Mrs. W. R. Virtue'? section of "Wesley Ladles' ask- ed to meet at her home, 1232 3rd Ave S. at three o'clock tomorrow. A meeting of cxocutivw of..Wesley and Westminster Mi -auilltarlMi will be held this evening parsonage at 7 o'clock 'sharp. Knoi Church ladles' -Aid will for the Red Cross on 3 o'clock instead of' ranged. The Ladies' Ail Becietf ol Christian chureh wtll meet day afternoon at i o'clock at Uwlume of Mrs .Farrow, SOE'Ttn Are. Sooth. A! short business wiKM after wuioh sawing will be- for all The choir of St. AuCTltln'l sang the anthem "PralM the tort ef Jerusalem" sion of their harvest honia lerviow. Miss Dora Nimmons Banff the colo very effectively and pleasantly, auditorium lias beautifully decentied with eheafs of oats, chrysanthemums and aaten, Mother! of boys, all of er their'boys belong to the Injtltntlon or not, are invited to attend a Moth- era' reception on Thuradax afternoon from 3 to 6 in the Y. M. O. ing The meetinc wilt be held ra UM auditorium, where, a social time liill! be held and refreshments terreA 07; the wives o! the directon e( ths !n- Etitution. a special de- monstration in iboyi' physical work will be jiven in the gymnasrom under the direction of Mr Thomson. Don't forget, the mother of every boy is the city Is invited. On October 9th at Wesley panon- age a quiet wedding was celebrated when MlM Jane Thompson Heard, of Canuangay, became the bride of Mr. Robert Young of Travere Rer. O. H. Cobbledlek tied the knot, and the couple were unattended. They will take up their reiidence at Traren.; ;