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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta iATUKDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1UIO THE LKTIIBniniU-V. DAILY 11EBALO PAGE ELKVKtt ht At Rvlands To-ni SJii at trL after You Save From 10 to 40 per cent at These "After Supper sales PHONE 1224 AD M m S, LARGE BATH 4C i TOWELS; PAIR Extra large and e.xtra- heavy, natural color bath towels. Worth 75c a pair. COL. CORDUROY VELVETEENS These are odd ahaden and Bliort lengths ot over Me velvet cords. a YARDS WHITE FLANNELETTE Thin IB a now line Just re ceived today. On sale at this price for tonight only. 50c ftft ai.VV DRESS GOODS UP io YARD All high olass droas materials In the leading colors for fall and winter Bergen, armures, pop- lins, etc. TORCHON LACES C_ UP T.O .Mo. YARD Your choice of 60 pieces narrow or wide torohon laces at thle low >rlue. Very Latest Suits and Coats Just Arrived THESE SUITS AND COATS CAME IN BY EXPRESS THIS MORNING. A DOZEN OR SO REAL SMART SUITS A DOZEN OF THE VERY LATEST PRODUCTIONS IN TWEED 4 PLUSH COATS. to 25c FOR A of cotton hos- iery suitable for laJl Sizes SH to 10. 35c CHILD'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE On sale tonight only. Uo.ible knee wool hoae. All sizes, r, to SV4. Regular SOc. No more Ulan three pairs to a customer. TEN ONLY SILK SWEATERS These are samples worth up to J10.00. Colors paddy and Cop- enhagen. 35c C Aft KNIT CORSET COVERS White only. Short sleeves or long sleeves. Sizes 36 to 40. BOYS' RIBBED COMBINATIONS Boys' ribbed winter com- binations. Sizes 6 to 16 years. "Queen Quality" mutt. FOUR INCH TAFFETA 1 C SILK RIBBON iJL 10 'iifferont shades. All suit- able for hair bown. etc. Extra special valticH. t..... LADIES' RIBBED COT- -J C TON'COM'SlNATIONS I JL ThlB is an unusual offering. Long sleeve, hiell neck, ankle length. 36, 38 sizes only. Hall weight, VELVA VESTS OQ., TONIGHT ONLY Usually sold at GOc even In the big city stores. Short sleeves or long sleeves, low uuck or high ucck. Fall weight. A CORSET BARGAIN TONIGHT About twenty of Iliirty pail's of P. C. Cornets in sizes 19 to 20 only. Oood fillers and CHILD'S CRIB BLANKETS FOR These are imported from States. Heavy cuuify eiderdown flannelette. Blue or pink with animal designs. "TEN QUARTER" (tl QC FUETTE SHEETS -PJ..JJ White or grey, first quality with pink or blue borders. 60 by 72 INCH COMFORTERS FOR These are old values. Lotion filled, with floral muultn cover- ings. CHILD'S FLEECED SLEEPERS FOR Cheaper and better than lines offered elsawhoro for 85 and 90c. All aiiea. I CHILD'S BLACK TC., TIGHTS All sizes in black knit. Wat- son's best grade. Fast color. BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS dozen only black sateen pet- ticoats, deep frill. Bitra special value. QC WANTED If you have potatoes for sale call on before disposing o'. them." Highest cash prices paid. Lctlibritlge Mercan- tile Co., Ltd. Wholttalc Fruits and Vegetables Supply Warehouse Fourth Street South SAILORS' RELIEF Messrs. Stanley ami Tui-cncu Uorne t thin luornliiK'hy motor for l.ul- MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description juade to order (jet our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. (Special to the Herald) Raymond, O'A. week a branch of the British Sailors' Belief Fund was organized in Raymond un- der the direction of S. Bacon Hillocks, M.L.A., of Cfilgary, and president of the South Alberta branch of the fund. Raymond has pledged itself to raise the reciuired amount expected from this district, and to this end a tag day will be held on Trafalgar Day, Oct. 21 The mayor. T. J. O'Brien, was elected president, and with him will associated the town council. Bishop J W BvanB was elected secretary- reasurer, and the'following ladies and gentlemen form the nucleus of the executive committee: 'Mrs. Rouae, Mrs Evans and Mrs. and T. C Romney, George T. Wride and.F. C. Steele. At the organization meeting Mr. Hillocks gave a short address, explain- ing the object oi the society, _ .which was appealing for help for the depend- ents of the gallant poya manning the fleets of the. navy which was 'Bri- tain's first line of defence." Washington, Oct. of the state department know that the British government's reply to the United States note against the exten- sion of the blacklist in the U. S., now on its way to Washington by mail, does not accept the United States con- tenliona. It holds that the blacklist is purely an international measure and must be maintained as an absolute military measure, although every ef- fort will be made to avoid Injury to neutrals. FATAL STRIKE RIOT TAKES PLACE AT BAYONNE, N.'J. Bayoime, N. J., Oct. man was killed and at least a score wound- ed, two fatally, in a pitched battle be- tween the police and a mob of striking Standard" Oil employees, :who were i terrorizing the city by looting and 'burning. Although the rioters were finally dispersed, they re-formed later in the evening and another pitched battle followed shortly before mid- night Many shots were, exchanged and the crowd scattered, leaving be- hind one of their number wounded. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Stock Cattle Sheep 16th. 3 Hejirtered 3 year old Hereford 2 Registered 2 year old Durham Bulls. 20 Hereford Cows. 260 Held Choice white faced and Durham cattle, yearllngi, two and three year old helfera, cowt'and calf. Na- tive cattle. We are handling only choice range cattle. SHEEP HO Wether Lambi. Delivery Out Thwe goed Umbt. Hatch Lewis STOCK DEALERS Office: Stoc.K Vardi. 1 'Phone 1482. SIMPLY because you like a perfumed bath is no reason why you should buy hig priced perfumed soaps. Buy Ivory Soap at a few cents per_cake and follow the suggestion below. Not only will you have the desired per- fume but you will enjoy the purest, cleanest, most refreshing bath that soap can give. Perfumed Bath Bags Grate Ivory Soap and add a little powdered brrisrootiiiPut in bags of convenient size and use instead of washcloth or spbiige. l-lie Art Needlework Club will mecl Monday iifteriio.m ai homo ol re. .1. Hay, IMI> Opt. '.lames Duff, of mstructlcm Corps. CalBiry. sli-rday In lhi- .Miss Kdra'Smith and .Viss Hilda imbloy relumed this afternoon Irom short visit In Cajgary. Miss M. 1. .lenniiiKs and her small ,'phew loft last night for here they will spend this week end. Alhertiui. The Busy nee Kniltinc Club will he old at the homo of Mrs. U. H. Mc- ay, 222 2nd Ave. S. on .Monday alter- ooi'i at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Jones, entertained number of friends at whlsl on esday evening. necasion beine ic fifth anniversary of their mar- lliver Times. A musical program has been arrang- n in connection with Hie card party hat Die memacrs of 111" Eastern Star ire giving on Tuesday nifl.lt in the lasonio rooms in the Dominion block. The ladies' classes at the Y. M. C. A. vill start Monday. The afternoon class at 4.15 and tho evening class at 30 Everyone Is requested to he ready go on the floor at the hours named. Mrs J R. J'almer and little daugh- cr who have been spending a few weeks .with Mrs. F. W. Chancy at tile Barracks Have left for New mere they will sail the beginning of llie week on S.S. Scandinavian for England. Mrs. Laub. -Mrs. Wallace, .Mrs Hiscocks and Mrs. Graham John- ston whose husbands are with the 113tll Lethbriclge Highlanders, are also sailing on the same boat. The tea room at the Hudson's Bay was woll tilled yesterday afternoon when Mrs. F. Downer. Mrs. Meech and Mrs. W. P. Hoy were the Daugh- ters of the Umpire in charge. "1C proceeds will be given lo the Patrio- tic Fund. An ongagraaeul.aiuiouncemp.nl of interest to all readers of modern fic- tion is that of. Miss Marie Van Vorst. the novelist and Senor Gaetano Gag- ati of Rome, which will take place in ate October. Miss, Van Vorst has for some time in work foe ;hP American .Amhatence Paris. Her Royal Highness, the Princess Patricia of Connaught is raising a fund to provide Christmas gifts for the Prin- cess Patricia's Light Infantry. The Madeleine de Verchere's Chapter of the I O b. B. in Ottawa has already given the Princess 5500, and her royal highness has given a number of her own photographs and a ruby bracelet to the people of. Montreal, to raise mouey on. The G I. A. wilr hold a special meeting Monday afternoon at one o'clock in the Oddfellows Hall. Mrs. Mains, Asst. O. V. Pres. will he lucre j to give special instruction in Ritual I vork and every member is urged to j be present. In the evening there will I ie 'a card party at the home ot Mrs. j Reid, 1201 6th Ave. N. and the mem- lers'and their husbands are cordially uvited. The teachers of the Central school entertained last night in honor of their former principal, K. P. Stewart, who is now sergeant in the 78th Depot Sattery. Several interesting games of Five Hundred were played at six tables. Hiss Boles, in a neat little speech, presented Uie guest of honor with a Masonic ring from the members of his- former staff. "Sergt. Stewart though much surprised expressed his gratitude in a short, reply. In addition to the staff there were present, Mr. and Mrs'. Jas. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth. Miss ISthel Dawson and Mr. H. Fleetwood. A quiet wedding took place in Knox church on Wednesday at: four o'clock, when Miss Elsie'Hammerberg became the wife of Mr. Bert B.: Gillette, both ofr'Commerce, Alta. The ceremony was performed .by Rev. W. F. Burns A qyiet. wedding was celebrated, at Knox'-church. Wednesday. October 11, whea'MSsa anuVMr. ameSrRaeV of-j'-AIecIicine Hat, ;were marriage. Rev, A. W-. H. Whiteman, B.D.. performed the eepn mOny: the bride, was attended r by ler mother Mr.: Rae is the police magistrate of Medlqine Hat, an old-timer In is News-Telegram. .in .HIP Raymond. Out. 14.. l.lu.vd Nelson, wanloil for Im-BOry ill connection with tho Welling grain case, in now In the j hands of Hit1, police, lie was appt'f-1 heudml In Salt l.iiku ami held HID Canadian dfllci-ru arrived. 11' waived i-.xtrailitloji. and ii is under ilood that ho confessed. "PRIESTS FIGHT Fufi FRANCE ...miorsou iin- of When Ilie Malory oi 111" Kivnl war rice and muni lers will dedicated 1" the heroism i l-'ranri- lo join Shi- forces, uf "France's I'rliats." Servini! Thousands nffered llmir services ,-riviiB uillll'irv ciiaulaius to as iirmy chaplains. others joined Ihe r o evmv.-d.Hl resh rank and I'll" of the army, and today on rv Franco, i I are more than '.Mi.mi'l priests on W, tho war broke th. "HUer fighting or gv- men lo plaVe ligaiuat the i lug the last riles 01 the Catholic mlltent hostile shelling.' says, lie B, l Ihpir benevolent work Tvs'" from uiir front south of Ihe '___________ Ancrc in France. Last liiRlll we car-' ricd out two successful raids un Ihe enemy- IronchOt! norlhwcsl of 1 p en- anil south-west of llulliH'li." WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. I CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK .DELIVERED CRCAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK from individual cows that have psssed the tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian; EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. The Pretty Custom Of giving one's photograph as a Yuletide remembrance has become national in its usage. An Allison Portrait Carries with it- -the -personal element so essential to Christmas giving. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE Of Course You Want Beauty! Stuart's Calcium Wafers Will. Make Your Skin as Clear and Delicate .As the Petals of a Lily. Send Today for Fres Trial Package. Pimples, blackheads, chapped skin, muddy complexion, disappear i-allidly when you use Ollcnim Wafers You aE un. smeaj: jour deliclte Important Announcement to the Ladies of Lethbridge T have instructed Mr. Frank to sell my entire stuck .of Millinery, Hats, Kibbous, etc., by Public Auction on FRIDAY OCTOBER '20t.li' and on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next You are invited to call at my store, Royal Bank Building, select 'your fall hat and then buy it at your own price at the Auction Sale, .There will be positively no reserve price Every ,tem of stook.gota. Miss C. A. Cooksley MILLINER sXm with grease ointment lotion arid tallow, that clog the poles m ke lin j grow and lob of joui beautl i i fair deliuate, coae tint complexion comes only from smir blood ind the remarkable influence .of .Calcium Sulphide skin .n its freedom Pimples, iljv up ind flake oft, A beautiful new sVn lorras and re tain-- its fresjiness and tin It is won Iderful Get a oO cent of Stuallb ICalclum ot ans druggist Thej 'are sweetish sale harmless and oh' how ettecthe lou cm tr> tiiem free seiulms! the "oupon helon IYORYSOAP VESSELS MUST NOT BE WARNED OF SUBS Washington., -Oct. federal government hliE placed a United States official b I duty In the wireless "station ot the Kftw YorkHeralii at the Batte.j ill NI.W York city n ith instructions to revent'the tlie lending of .unnewtral messages to ves els at sea. This action was taken aa the result of the interception by tho Brooklyn navy yard of a message sent put from the Herald wreless station last Sunday to.ships at sea, warping them that the German submarine U-5; JV8H operating oft the Nantuckot Shoals Hghtshiji and ystsjrj'y y.qg-j.- The Biussifil wl'il-tuilil iodirtSifaSiory at Iking the'faSWiilWSof gtgw ill that Trial Coupon Stuart Co., 314 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. Send me at once, by "'Mturn mail, a free trial 'pnck- agoJof Stuart's.palclum Waters. Namj Street State ENLIST With 239th BATT. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CORPS LT.-COL. J. W. STEWART IN COMMAND.. This popular battalion'will require 100 more men from Alberta. BRIDGEMEN AND CARPENTERS This may be'your last chance to go'along' and help to consol- idate the positions now: being won by the Allies. 112 FIFTH STREET. S._ CALGARY RECRUITING. OFFICE 702 CENTRE STREET. CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS j .SOD-SAVE -THE KING......- School of Claresholm i FariB of Your Own ip" YEARS TO PAY, Thailand support you and .pay, for Itself. AtiWmmense area of the. mosP'Jertile laid; 'in Western Canada ror safe at loVtpfites and easy terms ranging from to J30 for farm tond.s with -'Smple Irrigated lands [rom'lS'o. down, balance -wlUiitf twenty years. In Inj- gatlotti districts loan for farm build- ings, up. .to J3.000, also repaj-able n wfiity only 6 per. cent Iftlvilegs of paying in full at -aaj e Is your bpporttmlty to In- ur farm holdings by Eettlng adJolng land, or secure your as niftnbora. For Literature and par- (Iculati apply to. n. GenM Supt. of Landa, 1' Natural Resourcei, Alta. Snerlock Building. Lethb'ridge. Classic i" PiaL-li( a I AgiiculHiro and tic Science will coiiiinciuc Tncsibn. October 31st, 1916 The rcrin closer March 801 Ii. 1917. A'two year course in Agriculture Ii concluded by an Associate Diploma in Asriculture, and a two year course In Domestic Science ,a concluded by an Associate Diploma In Household Science, granted by the Department of Agriculture, Alberta. THE COURSE IS FREE I NO entrance necesaary All rtudenla mult be at leaat sixteen to a.dmittanct. Application' f9r adnnnion to the School thu fair .hould be as aoon a> poaaitale. For calendar and further Information apply lo Hon. Marshall, Minister of Agriculture .Edmonton, or to AteaUM, ;