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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915, THE LET It BRIDGE DAILT HERAL17 PAGE SEVEN- GILtETTS LYE Member B. C. Gout Gets: Suspicious StockTransfer Victoria, B.C., Oct. evid- ence of U Wishai'd was presented this morning before Justice Clement in the debenture, suit arising out ol the dispute In tlie affairs of the Pac- ific Coast "Coal Mines Co. He said there was u conflict of claims for some foreshore between the ArWth- not interest, which had acquired the Gareache-Green properly, and the Dunsmuir Interests. There was a hearing before the executive of the rival claims, and the reach-! cd was favorable to the Arbuthnot, contentions. Wishard said that 1050 j shares in! the company had been set! apart for Arbiithiiot to Lrunnfer to Inn person who WHS said to bo entitled j 10 tills compensation for invaluable services rendered the syndicate. These 1050 shares were a'iready gtat to have been tianded to Hon. Dr. Young. Only Fine, Flavoury Teas are used to produce the famous blends. Every leal is fresh, fragrant full of its natural deliciousness. Sold in sealed packets only. B107 TELEPHONE COS .Mr. K. J. MacKcnzic is leaving this afternoon for Calgary and lOdmonton. The Art Needle-work club are mak- ing arratigemsxts to hold a sale of fancy worK on the Inth of December. Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Alex. Long of Tabcr, were, guests in the city for the Cull-Wright, nuptials. The social evening at Mrs. Far- row's will bo liu'ld Tuesday, Nov. 2nd gram will he given and refreshments served. All are cordially invited. CULL-WRIGHT A vury pretty wedding was solirm- last, evening in St. Cyprian's ohmx-h, when Miss Anna Heatrice Wright became the wife of Mr. I'er- cival Cull. Canon W. V. McMlllcii of- ficiated and the choir rendered choral The bride, wearing a very becoming gown'of creaiivsatin with overdress of handso.me Hrusscls lace and long tulle veil caught w: orange blossoms, and embroidered with Shamrocks, entered the .church mi the arm of her brother-in-law, Mr. H. W. Long, tu the strains of Lo- hcugrin's Wedding March, played by Mr. It. Straker. She carried a show- er of cream roses and ferns t-anghi with nialinc and stu.-ldpd with swaiiisouia and wore a cameo pend- ant, the gift of the groom.. Miss Kathleen Long, of Tali the bridesmaid, and carrud. a sheath of Enchantress carnations ami as'par- HIV. Prrntirn dozen Hemstitched Linen Huck Tow Rls, 20x40 inches, full 'bleached, Reg. Too; Friday and .Saturday 20 dozen Hemmed Turkish Towels, pure white, size 22x48, regular 75c pair. CO Friday anil Saturday, pair....... 33 C 300 yards Striped Vlyella Flannel, SO ins. wide in light colors, suitable for waists and middies. Regular 65c. Friday arrf. Saturday, yard A Bulletin of Specials from Grocery Section Rolled pounds for............35c Roman packet pounds for pounds for ........-...........25c pounds for ................25c pounds for ................25c pound ...................20c Swift's Empire or A.... I9c Lard; 3 pound" pail ;.46c Lard; 5 pound pail ..80c Lard; 10 pound pail 'Creamery Butter; very fresh, 3 Rogers B. C. Syrup; 2 poupds for.....-.15c Rogers B. C. Syrup, R pounds for___. ,35c Corn Starch; 3 .for Lux, 3 for Royal Crpwn for ....43c Panshine; 3 Sunlight Soap; 11'bars for............50c Fairy Soap; 3 for ...-.................23c A Revised Price on Candies for the Week- End Selling HUDSON'S BAY IMPERIAL CARAMELS made in Lethbridge expressly for our own tiade filled with delicious crushed fruit and nuts Week End, pound LUSH-US dipped, made with pure fruit high grade and warranted absolutely pure and fresh WeekDnd Pei pound wvC LOWNEY'S Covered Cherries, Chocolate Juniors, Canadian Sold- ier Buttons aad Bitter Sweet, and Choco-. 'ate Creams Fresh new goods d special, per packet I Uw DELICIOUS FRESH TOASTED MARSHA MALLOWS; Molasses Kisses, After Dinner Mints, Salted Peanuts, Boston. Baked Bean's ami Assorted Week End Special, per pound The Lethbridge Local Council of omen have received the following miniunicalion. The central commit- c of aid for the; Italian troops on tii'o service at this most appeal to the women of Can- to help them in collecting furs r the Italian troops now in the gh altitudes, who arc already iie- ining snftei: from frost-bite. Tho following is the translation of circular of have been it.ojit in Italy The painful experience of other ibfis at war teaches us- that atffong dops'engagcd at Mgh altitudes, .s'cr- aiid Ircqurntlj- irreparable in- JM.j has been tAUKd by frost-hits Ip onlcr to reduct is far possible niffrrinjt and mutilation provide those of our soldiers most exposed to the risk of-frost-bite "with fur, even of -a rough description. The most easily adapted and suit- able would natur.'J.ly be such skins as lamb-skin, etc. hut as for. obvious reasons the sup- ply of these cannot be counted upon, the bfcbt is to have an ample supply of skins such as rabbit-skins, cat and hare skins, which can be util- ized to supersede them, Many persons might, concur help- ful! j now in the work by giving old nits for Tvhich tlm have no USE .chauffeurs', motor coats, skin i ugs floor travcll'nc; or cardiac furs of sort which rapnih ftdapl- -cd or transformed-to a1 military reg- ulation model, could oft at; tmca to the front til then, who have any suitable i'urs which they i the fro'nt, and remove their draw- do without, make it a sacred to! backs and sufferings., not onh give them with that large hearted enjoj the re tuning satisfaction of which fcnons no limit a fulfilled, but on the longed for This winter no woman could be da) of Mctorv too, will knoi so egotilicall) callous as to plate hei the- personal jo> and the secret pnrfe feet on a worm soft skin rug, no man I of at it neic, by thc.r iti could go on keeping an extra fin-coat loving caic aid or one whic'i is, 'out of u (renunciation, helped to fight, and win the} think of the ice laden bhzzaids side side with tlte heroes and (lip "beating on the soldier-brother up who fought tnd won lor us there fighting above the line All, fashionable women, million- aire shop keeper even the liumbh shepherd all a' the dis-, posal ol a fur-coat or a rug, or piece pf fur which is not ahsolutclv indis pensable send it with a liberal heart All these who chance; to oiier Im? not the oKes for the de fence of their country, hut "who with heart and hand hflp thrir brothers at' Signed M the President of the CM- tral Committee 01 Aid for the IroOre on ictne semee Di. Luigi crratti the Local Council appeal 10 of Lcthhndge and surnmndft counthj for donations of old-furs' Thcv will pr ciated leave den's furniture Store. OlULUi me ;