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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINB WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910 EVERY WOMAN HAS A RIGHT TO A You Can Have One at once by ordering it from Your Grocer He Charges Only for it The all o ver Canada and the restaurants, dm mg oars, tlirmigli clear and Iroo from ino- and makes eolTce quickly. It umis ,10 watch- i.mii THE TR'ICOLATOR A HANDSOME F.REPROOF CHINA COFFEE URN, AS ILLUSTRATED. WITH ALUMINUM FILTERING BOWL. The coffee urn is almos it indestructible. It can be kept bot on the stove. bow, and the filter prevents them frcm It has bceu decided by EUgllsh sci-X ratlsts that tho waters of Bath con- tain radium and give- -off radium emanations in as large Quantities as any other radioactive ivaters in the MISS TILNEY WILL MOVE SHORTLY TO ROYAL BANK BUILDING, 3rd AVE. SOUTH. W. F. NELSON 4. CO Alberta Loan Block, getting from tlie orchards to Hip. sunny valleys of PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. A. .M. CrlKs are spend-. lilK a-tow days the] I'alliser, Unl-1 Extra Special Values from Our Dry Goods Dept. Onl. SILVE CARD CASES. AND urn bow an e _ fe .rounds in the cup. Tricclators Keep perfectly clean without atten- tion and they are simple In construction. Nothing can get cut cf craer. vuu with a CUD of the beat coffee you ever tasted. Then order the Tn- colator and have this "best" every morning. A FREE ID. SAMPLE OF DONALCO 50c COFFEE is enclosed with each Tricolator. M your grocer docs not stock the Tricolator write to us, gm.ig h.s name and we will sec that lie gets it. A, Macdonald Co., Limited Lethbridge. MISS TIHNEY Oilers all Untrimmed Hats at HALF-PRICE. Also Stamped Goods at Half Price. One-Third Off Balance of Stock ople 6jf TO DEAL WITH US Because we sell only Quality Goods at Reasonable Prices. Mrs It. A. Bl-ocklcbank lius return- ed to Oalgary after a visit with Mrs. Niven, sr. -.Mrs. Ciidoba's. section of Ilic Hebe-; i kalis K'ill meet lit Hie lloule of Mrs. j McKachern, 122" Bill avunuo south, on Friday 'at 8 p.m. ladies' Society of the B. of I.. V and C. will inc.-I tonight ill the S. 0. 15. ball at 8 o'clock. All members arc ren.iic.stcU to attend. Mr. and Mrs. it. Guoss and child left toilay Tor tlieir ML-'.V home in Auro- Ira, Out., where Mr. (Iness has been i transferred by tile Hank of .Montreal. i Lt. R. C. niuudcll of the "Sill De- pot Batterv, is un Saturday lor Kiugstni to attend thn artillery scliooi. Sit, will sprnd a Tow days at his home In Wlniiipes en route cast. i ieut Leverett DC Vcber, who has been spending a week with bis liar- j cuts, Senator and -Mrs. De Vcbcr. letti to re-join bis battalion, the 101st, at Sarcee. An acknowledgement lias been re- ceived by tile Women's Civic club of the money sent to Cant. Mummer at j Moore Barracks, Sliorlicliff, Eng., for, the Christmas fund. Caul. I'lummer hopes to receive sufficient donations j i to tins fund to scud a Christinas gift 'to every Canadian soldier overseas. Lady Loughoed and Miss Dorothy Lougheed. of Calgary, leave, the mill- die of next nibbtii for England, where i they expect to spend Christmas with 'Maj Clarence Louglioed and Lieut. Edgar Lougheed, wlio are botii in France. On afiu-moon Sne nrst ot a series of the dansants will lie giv- en at the Chinook club, which will be i open- to the public. An orchestra has j been engaged for the dancing and tea i will be served from 1 to It is ex- 'pceted that these dansants will lie held every Saturday and are bound to be very popular with the people of Letlihridge. Changing the Daughters of the Em- pire 'Day at the Hudson's Lay tea 'room from Friday to Wednesda seems to have been a popular move I if the large number present yesterday is any evidence. Mrs. P. W. Downer, Mrs J. N. Kennedy, .Miss Aslitou and .Miss O'Hagen Were very busy all afternoon looking after 'the tables. There were several small parties and Mrs S S. Duntiani entertained Mrs. A. .Stoltze, Mrs. Hock, of Chicago, '.Ylrs W A. Buchanan. Mrs. R. E. Skei'th, Mrs. J. .K. Heeh, Mrs A. G Robertson and Mrs. J. S. Kirkham. Last night the members of St. Au- gustin's choir journeyed out to the barracks where they were the guests of the 7Sth Depot Battery at a very enjoyable affair. Lieut. W. J. Nelson, 0 C acted as chairman of the con- cert and was ably assisted by Lieuts. I ninndell, Skelton and Martin in in- troducing the giiosts to the hosts. When the boys were told that several members of the Alexander Gait Chap- Uer I.O.U.E-, were present and that it was duo to that chapter that a pi- ano had been installed in the barracks room, which made the entertainments possible, three hearty cheers were given for the. ladies. After a very enjovabie program contributed by the battery and the choir, refreshments were served ami afterwards there was time for a few dances before the 1 guests had to leave to patch the last car into town. Following is the liro- gram given- Piano solo, Miss Dhon: Uong Mis yv'ash'brook; song, Gunner song, Miss A. Hawden; reel- Peebles; piano solo, 'Mrs Nelson; song, Shoeing Smith Waters- piano solo, .Bomb. Wallace; -'so-'g Miss Simpson; song, Bomb VVtiitloclc; Whistling solo, Sir. Ra- worth- banjo selection, Gunner Bar rett- song, Miss D. Nimmons; song, Gunner Morrison: song, Mr. Wadding ton; song. Mr. Skeith; song, Mr. Bry j inner- recitation, Gunner Reid., On' Sunday, October 15th, at manse Lethbridge, .the marriage took place of Mrs. B. Wilson, of Calgary to Air. Charles Smith, of Seattle. Hev Mr." Burns performed' the ceremony. On Thursday, Oct. 19th, the marri tool; place at Knos manse, Lell> jridge of Miss '.Minnie Lenore kowski, and Mr. Laurence Alton Morse, of Kipp. Hev. Br. Burns per- formed the ceremony. 300 YARDS TWEED CLOAKINGS AND FANCY CHECKED BLANKET CLOTHS. inch to tir-HInt: Kriday and Katunhiy, P'M- yard 200 YARDS 25 IN. BROCADE SILK VELVETS. llr-1-lau blue golilwi In-own, paddy green and purple wounds with black border. Regular Kriday and Saturday. I'ur yard 300 YARDS SEQUIN NINONS AND BRUSSEl.L NET. -IS Inches' wide In oraiiRe. old rose, piirp'" paddy green also black. Uciiillar {li.Tfi to per uard. l-'riday and Hut.. .i 50 Only. SlUVEp CARD CASES. AND HAND 'BAGS. to i-ach. Friday and. Only. COIN MESH BAGS, jn KUII iiie'liil. Iliisiiliir.vSl.o'i H> 1'riday ami Saturday, yaeli ijvv BALANCE OF OUR LONG BLACK KID OLOVHS Up per pair. C1 9C Friday ami Salurday. per pair V 500 YARDS ALL SILK TAFFETA HAIR RIBBON Six inches wide. HeKular 23c per yard. 1 O_J_ Friday and Saturday, yard........ NET -IS IIICIH's unje MI iMiuisi'.. paddy green also black. UeKiilar to I per pard. Friday and Hat., per yard tfl.l "Bay" Groceries Are Always Fresh and Reliable. Phone 313 and your order receives prompt attention. j. v .y OAiD of i CABBAGE. Souml hc-ads. _ A IJlK KSHIKC of i JclIHS FAIRTSOAP. llaud size: S for 25c 25c STRAWBERRY. iioiu'.il APRICOT. pound pails BLACK CURRANT 4 pound pails...... RED CURRANT. 4 pound pails PLUM 5 pound pails GREEN RAGE -I pound pails 20 pound sackiof. i. .C. Sugar and one iquart bottle of- Malt-. 'Vinegar'for 20 pound sack of B. 0. Sugar and 4 bars of any.'Boap that re- tails for 5c for............S2-00 Jonathan Apples, every box guaranteed; per box Cooking Apples, 6 Ibs for..25c Mac's No-Rub............6c. Robin Hood Rolled Oats, per 8 pound bag...............40c Corn and Peas, 2 tins for..25o' Tomatoes, larqe tins St. Charles Milk, 9 tins. Lux, 3'pckj. R. C. Soap and Wash Powder, 2 pcks. Welcome Wash Powder. Per pckg....................25c Creamery Butter, pound ..40c Empress brand pure Jam, all flavors, 4 pound tins .......75c Please note. Sugar is only de- livered with other Groceries DRY GOODS Boys' fleece lined Underwear, per suit.................. ..75c Black Saxony Wool, sk'ein. .25c Children's Hose, Jolly Clown brand, per pair 10 per cent, discount on all Yard Goods. Please note'we are Proprietors of Supina Mercantile Co. North Trading Go. 230.. NORTH. Washington, Oct. United States will not feel called upon to make public statement on the raid of the U-53 or tho submarine sit- uation in general, it was learned au-j thorilativoly today as a consequence! of the statement by Viscount Qrey, British secretary nt state for foreign affairs, that his government would I not make any official representations to this country until such announce- ment is made licre. This government, it was said, would ,not feel itself more called upon to make a statement. to the allies about German belligerent operations off the United.States coast than it would to .report to Germany tliB recent visit of. tho. French cruiser Admiral Aube to an United States port or other allied operations on this side of Athe A'tlantlc. Information would probably if requested. Sbc 85c 85c 80c 80c 80c CORN STARCH. Special, o for WHOLE RICE. N'n. 1 Special. Ibs. for..... PEANUT BUTTER. Brand Hulk CABBAGE. So'.md I'd- pound SPANISH ONION for i CELERY I jmi-.nJ's lur 1 CREEN i r.-r pound i STUART'S- JAMS. A good var- iety. -1 pound pails CQ for ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY 1 pound STUART'S GRAPE FRUIT MARMALADE PASTRY FLOUR 10 Ibs. No. 1......... G. W. WASHING POWD. I'er package Z5c 50c 25c H. E. Co.'o brands of the Choic- est Teas. Prices range from 35g to per pound Fresh ground coffee of the finest quality. Cftr- round to 3wC McLaren's Imperial Jelly Pow- ders. Speciai. I for-----.----- GINGER SNAPS. 2 pounds for SODA BISCUITS I'er pound........... DAIRY BUTTEP. Ver.v special. 'I pounds for PLUMS. Good and sound 25c 25c ?0c 25c j 25c FINEST COOKING APPLES 25c per box CRAB APPLES fi pounds for GOOD EATING PEAKS Dozen................ TOKAY GRAPES. I'nr pound............ RIPE TOMATOES. Per pound CRANBERRIES Per pound BANANAS Per dozen 25c 25c 20c lOc 15c 30c 50c SWEET POTATOES. pounds for We have great pleasure in return 'engagement ol' PROF. E. M. BURT the world reiwwnefl "lightning" artist. Beginning Sat, (fe 21st, continu- ing until Sat Night, We Will Give to our Customers FREE These beautiful and foreign and land' marine, scenes painted on_canvas or board that would ordinarily. ,take days to Complete will be painted in our window from 5 to 8 minutes. This being Professor Burl's return angagt- ment and his work of such a high, quality and durability, no-introduction is necessary. The distribution o'f the e famous oil paint ings will be under the following conditions With every purchase or accumulative purchases of this amount made between Satur dav October 21st and November you will be given an oil painting, size 12x20 inches And with every purchase or accumu- purchases of this amount made between. these dates, you will be given an painting, size 18x34 Inches. The artist will ba seen at wor in cur centre show window dally between the hours of Iff to 12 a m and 2 to 4 p m until November 4th. This will give vou thirteen shoppma days in which to ac cumulate the required amount on your sales slips to you to one of these beautiful Oil Paintings Free. All you have to do Is to save your sales slip Until 10 or 20 dollars has.been purchased; then select an Oil Painting. Remember the Dates- Oct. 21 to Nov. 4 inclusive: ;