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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSIUY, OCTOMCUIG, HI17 HKIVALU PAGRNINB A FATIGUE DUTY The nurse who is "just ready to drop will Find_a wonderful stimulaiit in PRY'S delicious -Cocoa. Of course it feeds every tired-, nourishes bone arid nerve it really does more. FRY'S possesses it! hill measure that subtle "spirit of cocoa" is one of the most bene- ficial stimulants, known. So you see FRY'S isS tonic as >veH as a nourishing food. Nothing will do but FRVS" PHONE 1224 GRADING HIGH Oct. A largo part tit Uifs year's' wheat crop has graded liigl) rit the number or Ihe federal wheat stan- dards. made effective this year, (lie department of agriculture announced WE SAVE YflU MONEY! ON WEftRlHGAPPAREUSHOES FOR FAMIJLY H EN WILSON NORTH LETHBRIQGE. Of tbe Hurtioo'ft Day Compsny ind Caijtrjr, kad Ed moo I oc :co. 'VS' CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H, Macbeth Agency London, Oct! TC; isscnibled today after a- recess of montliR and BTappllng with ig grist ot legislative and admin- Istrat.Te work. -Its most rmporiaiil duty will bo Hiejiasslns of a hew vote of credIL Thia prplialily yvjll bring up for discussion (lie kcitcral silualloTv, but ft .wUl be n Tew days before thai iJusincsa' la.reached. For today there Is- nothing more exciting, scheduled than ttic second readJns'Df the bill govern mcnl control over all-petroleum find Uic consideration of Ihe tides depriv- ation blU, which k aim EL! al those who lake up nrms against.Great Ilrlt- nln and her ajllea. In'tho pros- pect Ihat'lho government .wl.l take advantage of, the opportunity to an- nounce the ecneral iicillcr o? air service, a subject h'os been foreground'-by Ihe. recent raids over; London'-" WIN-WAR CANDIDA.TE. MAJOR "EAT.bV, M.P.P-, .COMING 11-' n. Eaton of the 60th (Calgaf .battalion, 'and member tor-, -Xr llandhllls In the. Alberta I a lure, pass'ed through here v last ntghl on Ills.way home for ihrcc months' During the past' hco years lie. lias been twice wounded slightly. Mr. Arthur lltglnbotbaoi la leaving ep'end a lew weeks In New Eng- nd, The KebehabB Mill meet at the Cross rcoqia sekvlug, (onlKbt .Mrs. receive al esley pareonago, lllh St. S., on ITlh, V Airs, Janies. HiiiiuB led yesterday Red Oak, Oklahoma, LO join her The Wesley I'roTLieon class will cet -al" tlie home of .Mrs. H! JOlh Si- S. this cvcalDg. The ladles ot (he United Church holillug a bazaar on the first liursday In December. The Great War licit of-Kln Assoc- lloii will meet Dlghl at 30 In lhe-Y. II. C. A. Mrs, Peter I.und lias returned from n eitendcd vlsll with relatives and in DetroH. Tho "Wlllard" W. L'. T. 0. will leet with Mrc. 1511! 3rd vc. jjorlli on Thursday afternoon fll o'clock. Mr. anil Mrs. Jolm Dow liavo [rom a liollday trip to the iknuegan Valley and Kootcuay Mr. and Mrs. Fall-Held Home re urncJ Sunday from their honeymoon I the coast and are taking up their eeldenco al No. 2 Stralhcona Court The Thistle Sewing Circle wll meet for Red Cross sewing at tht iomc of Mrs. Knos, vllh best laoia collon IIHlnf. Ml72 al ALASKA DOWN COMFORTERS. Cowl talln covering, mUerei] nnd ucrroraied. Al O.jU at' BEST GRADE IDERDOWN COMFOflTERS raftered borders. Very Jlus 3ulcen cover, luge. 66s7S at 38.00 Illi GOOD COTTON FILLED COMFORTERS. r.Qx72. KUkoltae coTeilDR in floral 1'iuli pn or blue. each. 52.50. Kino quality. 5Cs72.. O.OU LAMANATED COTTON DOWN COMFOHTERS with fide Bllkoltnc coverlids In floral (Ic.iigtis. or blue or reseda. C0i72 at f3.50. Mx72 at............................... O.J3 MITERED BORDERS ivllh full lile.-.cliol rollon tlcnvn filling, scroll clcilgn quilting. 7 at 5.00 Gents' Furnishings BOYS' HEAVY ALL WOOL BLACK RIBBED '.HOSE. Sizes 0 to 10. Priced, up from........................ MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL SOCKS. Priced at 50c, C5c and................ MEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS." Ellra special, all sites..... MEN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS. Brtra heavy. Special per suit 75c 75c Ladies' Wear LADIES' KNITTED COMBINATIONS. In Ions sleeves anj ehorl sleeves al laal ycLii'i -t lirices. SO, SS and 40. .Special Jl.uU I LADIf.G' KNITTED DRAWERS. Open or clov cd. Just a Cow led at Ihla LADIES' FLANNELETTE DRAWERS- Estra good value. Price 75c. Special f .The marriage of Lady Maud Cav- endish, eldest daughter of rU> excel- lency the Duke of UeyoitBLire, to Augus Mackintosh, A.D.O., oyal Horse guards, has been ar- anEed lo Sa.lurday, N'ov. 1 r Boots and Shoes CHILDREN'S DONQDLA KID BUTTON AND BLUCHER BOOTS with hard soles, black or tan. Size: 2 to 0. 1 1 Q Special-----......................... lil if MEN'S FINE GUNMETAL BLUCHER BOOTS, ncccdlug or block toe. Sizes C to UK. nn Special............................. O.UU LEATHER CLOTH TOP BUTTON BOOTS. With Cuban heel. l r ft Special............................. 4.DU .LADIES' FELT BOUDOIR SLIPPERS. CoinblnatloD colors. Special, nalr Specials from Crockery and China Dept Glnti Table Tumblers. Per dozen Odd line of Glasses to clear. Per' dozen 2.00 1.50 Cut Glass Water Sets, 6 glasses and 1 jug. set Glass Fruit Set. Special 1.J5 Plain White Cups and Saucers. n Dozen Seattle, Incorporated In Council T Oct. AH unions the Ttlelal Trartcg' voted to return lo work Cllnlon, Ont., it. of Zuf'c'1, rltHnj since Co 3. Jf'Merner, resejitcd iho onacrvnUvc, was yesterday unanimously nomlnnt- cit as Ihc' wln-ttie-n'ar candidate In South Huron at an open Convention heM the auspices of the'. Con- scrvalfvc aasoclallou. A resolution was flJoplELl auiiporL Lo Ihc union government. in tho Seattle sled shipyards 'pending n final atljustment of their demantla by tho federal wage Commission, except Ihc bollermakera, the largest and most poverlul union In HIP BTOUP, -wlio rc: jected -the: proposal- Iflat night -by t. heavy jnnjorily, As o result tlie sliljf- yards sHuallon Is little chang- ed, as work cannot be fully resumed without [ho boJJej'maiers, Union oRi- clala were working today to effect a settlement and hopo (o have .the boi Jennakerj revcrso their decision, -V Toronto, Oct. mllilHTy an Llioritlca announced here today thai storting tomorrow there Will bo rcgulntlons Increasing the difficulties ol men ot the classes -Lho colorfl In the first draft rUtcinplfng to cross Into the United SUlc AEHOW, "I'Rttlli C JJIss McKay, 1. Dorothy 1 s -Society not become Mrs. 3 -Misg Gardner, 5 Mrs, member al 'once, All inerabershlp eea will ue Bla'dlJ received at ihe ooms. {the Klrkby store and lea room will lot b'e opened- imlll Ipmorrow, though jetlerfar i' hoped ibat II would 10'ready for occupancy today, The ea room tomorrow will bo in cliarEO if the ladles ot Ihe .Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.K.'.'. and Ihe proceeds go Lo the Patriotic funds or llie chapter. IMs cliapler will be lit ctargo o[ the Klrkby leii room each 'Wednesday afternoon. Tlie Women's .Civic blub arc hold- ing Ihelr annual Cnrlslmas parcels shower [or qtir local boya overseas, on Thursday 'ovenlnj; al S o'clock In j Y. il. C. A. 'The boys at the 781h mattery arc rurnhhlne the music. MI parcels will he 'acceptable contain- n; the following: U ib- lobacco or 2 pfcSB. clgarcllCB, 1 10' cent chocol- I nockel halidkerchlef, 1 or 2'pVgs. of chowffli gum. It Is lioped all contrlbiillng will keep strlcl- ly to these Itcnit as It will'save the necessity of tho re-opcnlng 0( any of the parcels, as II Is Irnporlanl tbal all-parcels be a uniform alze. Donat- ions of money will-be thankiully relverl, If prelcrablc, or ahr ol the abore articles In bulk to made Into parcels by the clnb. Tho Alciamler Chapter l.O.D K., acknowledges with (hanks tho fol- lowing knitting o( soldiers' comforts for Jnly year old V FARMING IMPLEMENTS j; Two WeberVBgons, 1 with 1W bushel Rraln Uvnh; slorm biigey; pprlli's wagon; 3 BTfllri drills'; 3 binders and 1 John 2 dlaes; Z smooIhiDg Imrrowa; spring lootli culllrator; sub-aurfnco packer; one-borso lank healer; pump; sonie N'o. licommourl lumber; 9 doublo sels work -harncsi; double ael rtriTlng-harripss; ilnBlo set drhlng harneas; a'n'd bridle; forks; chains; ehovfrls; power horse clipper; nnd many olher nrllclu loo numerous lo rnenllon, J; KITCHEN FUHNIT.UHE-- j1 .Bed dreasers, Inblcs, .cliillrs, 6-tiole with-.rcScryqlr and .warming oven, dlsb'ea.'and all kitchen ulenslJS; etc, --'4 -WVANDOTTe' W. H. CCRnV 4 ioN 6.-.H. ;