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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1910 TUT, rATiinniDfiii IHIF.Y HERALD I'AGE Nl.VU Does Your Husband Frown Mornings? Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator atH. A. McKillop's Store Tomorrow PHONE 1224 SITUATION UNCHANGED Merlin, via London. Oct. ill. Tho war office reported today that tho situation on tho Kus- Hian and Galic'ian fronts wan unchanged. Berlin, via London, Oct. aeroplanes of thu air squadron which attempted to pass over southern Ger- many Thursday wore shot down, the office announced today. "Our aviators successfully attack- ed tlio strong enemy squadron on their way to South Germany and sun- imrted by our anti-aircraft guns, i N'ow York, Oct. German s.ub- iirought down__nine tho; marine identifying herself as such by statement says. wireless and stating slie was "from "According to reports at hand five i Newport" was sighted Tuesday more persons were killed and 2G wounded than 100 miles east of Nantueket by bombs which were dropped. Ma-; Lightship by a neutral ship in port, it t.erial damage was slight. No damage became known today. The submarine was done to military establishments." moving in an easterly direction. CLAIMS VALUABLE ESTATES WERE SEIZED BY AUSTR1AN3 New York, Oct. order to lay claim in Italy to his ancestral estates. valued, he says, at lost to 'his family by the Austrian conquest of i Italian territory in the war of 1S48- j 1850, but now brought back under Italian jurisdiction by the fortunes of Winnipeg, Oct. Robert j tlio present Joseph Oishe, Rogers has been invited by the Gait a lawyer of this city, today obtained commission to have counsel represent j permission from the courts to assume him in the argument on the Carter, as his surname his father's discarded Halls Aldinger contracts in respect to j patronymic of Hoschck. He explained tliat ]jis father dropped that name when he deserted from Ihe Austrian army in the war of 184S-50 and went over to the Italian cause. As a result, Oishe said, his father's estates were confiscated by the Aus- trians. A recent decree by the Italian government called upon all persons owning property in territory recently captured in thtr present- war to come forward and make good their title, Oishe told the court. the agricultural college investigation and has wired to the commissioi dining. de- Mr. Rogers replied in the following terras; "Montreal, Que., Oct. 11. "F. A. MacDonald, "Registrar, "Care of Commissioner A. C. Gait, "Winnipeg. Man. "I have your letter of the fifth to that Commissioner Gait will hear argument on behalf of all persons in- terested in hia investigation. In so far as I am concerned, the facts have been given clearly and fully by me, and it is only with the facts that I am concerned. "I have no interest whatever in what the commissioner may choose to find. "Even had I such interest, I cannot see that it be of any value now to have counsel present. who could only add to the farce with an argu- ment in a matter that the commis- sioner has already, and before evidence .was heard, announced tJ Verdict. (Signed) "R. ROGERS." i'he auction sale for the benefit of the Red Cross, which was held last Friday and Saturday, resulted in the splendid sum of being added to the Red Cross funds to help carry on the great work which the society is doing. Mr. Waddington, the efficient auc- tioneer; Mr. Blackbnrne, Mrs. Sium- ders and all who assisted, deserve much credit for making the sale a suc- cess. Especial mention is due the soliciting committee, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. McArthur and Supt. Peririefather, who were met with a willing and lib- eral response from all of the mer- chants many others of the city. Mr. W. F. Nelson gave the free use of the building, and Mr. W. P. Roy did the electrical work without charge. To all, the society takes this oppor- tunity of expressing their sincere thanks. Owing to the willingness of the wo- men who" donated the cakes and bis- cuits, and to the generosity of Mr. Carlyle of the Crystal Dairy Co., who donated the ice cream and cream; also the loan of dishes by the Hud- son's Bay Co., the tea room and dance were conducted with the small expense of The. flowers used so attrac- tively on the tea tables were kindly loaned by the Daughters of the Em- pire. The Red Cross Society, which al- ways feels indebted to the newspapers for the amount of free advertising on every occasion, wishes at this1 time to ed by a uuftaio man is a uevjce mat especially thank them for tue gener: enables him to breathe in the rough- oua apace given to the advertising of est water and also to signal for help, the sale. IDEALS OF EMPIRE Financial Times, Montreal. Mr. Lansing Lewis, of .Montreal, whose outspokenness in defence of.his con- victions has earned him many lifelong friend? some.temporary foos, has fceen stirred to indignation by some of the current talk about "what Canada is to get out of the and on Sep- tember 10 he cabled the following "letter to the which appeared in that great British journal the fol- lowing day. It must have copt Mr. Lewis quite a -lot for tolls, but It was It: To the Editor of the Times (By Cable) may be a nation of shop- keepers, but we are something else besides. There is too much talk of trade advantage and too little- of Brit- ish high justice and the common cause of man. We are not giving our heart's blood for filthy lucre, but for our homes, our honor, and our duty to God and the King. ua mend our talk. LANSING LEfWIS. Attached.to a life preserver invent- ed by a Buffalo man Is a devjce that RED CROSS NOTES Ladies'and Misses' Velvet Corduroy Sailors v November "New Idea" Patterns Now in Stock lOc 15c STREET'S 114 FIFTH ST. S. AND 318 THIRTEENTH ST. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hussey of Taber motored in last nipht to attend the Knights of Columbus dance. Mr. C. C. I'unchani of Toronto 'eft yesterday after a few days' visit at the liomo of his ijruthcr-in-law, Mr. Frank Medley. Mrs. T. E. MillH and .son Douglas of Medicine Hat, who have been visiting Mrs. Malmn. 8lh Avenue, left this morning for Great Falls, Miss Alma .lahren mid Master Karen H. Jahrcn of Truveir. have re- turned to Oamroso to continue their studies at the Camrosc Lutheran Col- lege. -Capi. Jtulnh of tho 07th liatta- lion American Legion training in Nova Scntia, IK in the city on a iron th's leavu, visiting his parents, Col. and Mrs. C. E. Pago. Members of the I. O. E. who have been asked to take charge of the ar- for tagging on Saturday, October 21st, will receive full instruc- tions as to hours and tags in this pa- per at the beginning of the week. The ladies' gymnastic classes nt the V. M. C. A. will hs fitarlcd next week provided sufficient names to guarantee the expenses are handed in to the secretary. Mrs. ,1. Craig. G24 Sth St. South, either today or tomorrow. Miss At tree is in the city today and the final arrangements are being made. In answer to an appeal from the provincial branch of the Hert Cross for sncks to send to the wounded Cana- dian soldiers at Christmas and for money to buy gifts to put in one sock of every pair, the local branch have forwarded 72 pairs of socks and 575. The Daughters of the Empire donated! 54 pairs of the socks sent. October the 15th is the last day that donations to the Duchess of Ctmnaught j prisoners of war fund will be received and up to that date may be forwarded to Mrs. Geo. Stacey. This donation is to take the place a customary gift from the women of Canada to the wife of the departing Governor-General'. The first ot a course of lectures en- titled "The Body was given on Wednesday afternoon by Dr. Sara Detwiler in Knox church before the Mathesis club. The lecturer dealt j entirely with the skeleton of the body j framework, and pointed out how won-] derful the body is constructed, Thej name, location and physical and clie-j mical structure of the bones were ex-j plained as well as the value of the curve of the spine in protecting the brain from jars current with everyday life. Stress was laid upon the .im- portance of correct poise. These lec- tures should prove very popular as j their object is that every woman may! be able to better care for her own' body. Quite a number of the High school girls responded to the invita- tion the club to. be present. Nearly two hundred people attended the dance given last night by the Knights of Columbus in the Sons of England hall, to celebrate Columbus Day, Needs' four piece orchastra played spirited music for the dancing, which continued until an early hour. Messrs. McMalion, Sehl, Coolin and Dr. Galllvan were the committee in charge of the dance. The patronesses were: Mrs. E. J. Sehl, satin with orange satin trimming; Mrs. I Coolin in black duchess satin; Mrs. juinn 'in white shadow lace with French flower adornment, and Mrs. j McMahon in cloth of gold with cream! lace and black velvet accessories. The} hall was decorated with flags and j bunting and on the stage cut flowers1 and palms were arranged. A very enjoyable evening was spent i last night, when the Christian Enden-j vor of St. Andrew's church held a so-j clal in honor of one of the former pre- j sidents, Mr. Robert Johnston, who has! just returned from the front. A short program was given consisting of the following numbers: solos, Miss Amy Moodie, Mr. John Miller, Mr. David Smith, Mr. Robert Hume: recitations, Miss Dorothy McNichol and .Miss Ma- bel Hyssop; a reading by Mr. Peter Kergan. A hearty welcome was ex- tended to Mr. Johnston by Rev. Wm. McNicho! on behalf of the Endeavor, session, elders and managers. A few games were played, after which re- freshments were served. The evening was brought to a close by singing "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." CANADIAN CASUALTY ROLL Ottawa, Oct. to October 11, thy Luiiii aumuer ot casualties among officers and men in the Canadian ex- peditionary force was accord- ing to figures compiled by the casual- ty record office, made up as follows: Killed in action, died of wounds, died of illness, 452; presumed dead, missing, wounded' VVEATHER Lethbridge, clear GD 39 Edmonton, rain 60 40 Red Deer, clear 64 39 Calgary, clear B6 40 Medicine Hat, clear 56 40 Maclecd. cloudy 68 BO Winnipeg, fair 54 30 Broadview, clear 69 j 1 "1C colors. Size feot by- feel. Price J. 1.1 Same fuel by lOVi reel. Same us above. Size 0 feet by 12 feet. JAPANESE RUG.REVERSIBLE MATTING 27 incbes Wclo, in green and fawn colors. OQ Regular J1.75. Special, yard BRUSSELS STAIR CARPET 1 In green, red and blue colors. Size C. feet by 9 feet. dj-I CA Regular S2.Ha. Very special CURTAIN SCRIMS In plain and colored bordered styles; cream and ecni 1 Q_ grounds. SB in. wide.. Regular Me and 30c. Special, yard Saturday is Young Men's Over- coat Day in our Clothing Sec. FIFTEEN ONLY YOUTHS' AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS. Made of finest Scotcb and Irisb Tweeds. Suitable tor ages', "ranging from 12 years to 19 yearn 01 age. Tbesp overcoats are marked for Saturdaj fiom Jj to 50 per cent. Regular Price. 3 ONLY. .TWEED OVERCOATS 30. 31, .12 Regular 312.50.' CA W CA I Saturday 4 ONLY, TWEED OVERCOATS. Sizes 3G. Regular Priced for 'Satur'day 1 Only. DARK GREY OVERCOAT. Size 34. Regular Sale Price Ji AA 517.50., Sale 'Price -I. V.VU 2 DARK GREY TWEED OVERCOATS. Size 32. Regular ?15.00. Sale Price.....I..... 2 DARK BROWN OVERCOATS.! Size 30. Regular Sale 1 DARK TWEED OVERCOAT. Size 29.. Regular flfl, Sale Price The FLOUR H. B. CO.'s SEAL OF QUALITY 24 Sack 49 Ib, Sack 98 Sack 10 Ib. SACK No. 1 P'AS-'CA TRY FLOUR......... OUC ,B. C. SUGAR. Op 'fiO pound sack i Oil TABLE SALT. 3 Ib. bags, i 4 for S1L. GLOSS STARCH 2 for.................. R. C. SOAP. Per package......... G. W. WASHING ROW. DER. Per package ...f FAIRY SOAP. Hani 5 for.................. CARTON'S H. P. SAUCE no Bottle 60C WHITE GLOSS STARCH 2 packages for Quality Grocery List for Saturday '19c CORN STARCH 3 packages for MACK'S NO RUB 6 for CREAM ETT6S. 3 packages for GINGER SNAPS. 2 pounds WETHEY'S MARMALADE.----- Very special. .4 lb.L CA pails 33C One pound jars 25c ST. CHARLES CREAM 2 for CANADA FIRST MILK 2 for.............. GOLD SEAL MILK ROBERTSON'S BRAMB'.E JELLY. OC 1 pound jars RED CROSS SOUR MIXED PICKLES. Quart sealers Very special........... EVAPORATED FRUITS. Get our special price on case lots. 25c 25c 35c 25c 23c 23c 33c VEGETABLES SWEET POTATOES 3% pounds for...... CABBAGE. Sound heads Per pound CARROTS. Per pound SPANISH ONIONS pounds, for CELERY. 3 pounds for CRAB APPLES. 4 pounds for PEARS. Good eating. Per dozen.......----- 2c 25c 25c 25c 40c 20c FRESH FRUITS ITALIAN PRUNES 1 C Per box PLUMS Good and sound OC_ liaskpt 25c and OwC A good variety of apples at low- est market prices. PEACHES. a pounds for CONCORD CRAPES. Per basket TOKAY GRAPES. Pel' pound NICE RIPE TOMATOES -1 A Per pound iUC MIXED-IFRUIT3. Per basket. 25c 35c 30c 15c 50c Just opened up a new stock of Empress Jams and Jellies BANANAS. Per dozen CRANBERRIES Per pound ORANGES Per dozen 3ac and ;