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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1010 THtt DAILY HKRA1U PAGE SEVEN To Land Buyers, Investors and Others. Important Auction Sale of Farm Lands To be held in Auctioneer's Office, Acadia Block, Lethbridge. Friday, October 27th f -fLJOCer O U AT THREE P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON li favored with instructloni from Mr. C. W. Poole, who Is leaving Canada, to sell by Public Auction as above the following land, viz: South East Quarter of Section 33 10 20 North'.East .Quarter of Section 28 10 20 West of the Fourth Meridian, Both Adjoining. This property is situate In the well known Picture Buttc coun- try and about Tour miles from Iron Springs Post Offlco. It Is all fenced, and Is exceptionally well adapted ror Mixed Farming. M acres ploughable, the balance excellent pasture. 70 acres broken The Improvements Include a good well and spring, providing enough water winter anil summer for fifty head of stock. A goml two storey cottage, 20x20, containing four rooms, barn 16x20, poultry house, etc. The land will bo offered subject to a low reserve bio. Terms and Culler particulars will be announced at the time o! sale, or may be obtained from THE AUCTIONEER, ACADIA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Up to date fines paid in Renfrew county Cor infractions of the Ontario Temperance Act approximate GOOD BREAD Most Healthful Food Known; Also Cheapest No other food combines the quali- ties ao necessary to nourish the body. It contains far more nourishment and strength than the same quantity of meat anr the relative cost is five times lees. this is a vital fact which the housewife should heed carefully bread can possibly be better than the flour that made it. Good flour should be rallied from finest, choicest wheat, should be spot iessly clean and pure. Norn atter how cheap any inferior flour may be, It Is false economy to purchase and bake bread' from such flour. It represents a saving of a few cents at the time at the greater expense of the human sys- tem, sooner or later. In other words, the body is being deliberately cheated out of its demands for proper nourlnh- ioiect. One reason why so many housawives always Insist oiriphatieally that their grocers deliver Ogilvie'a Royal House- hold Flour Is that it can always be de- pended upon for producing wholesome, deliclously-flavored loaves of full food WANT GOV. CONTROL Edmonton, Oct. plan, to put all public liospltals In Alberta .under government control was submitted to the government today by a deputation from different parts of the province. The proposal is that all hospitals both in the c'ty and country be made from direct land tax, and that a hospital district be established simtlar to the existing scliool districts. The sen-Ice of these government-controlled hospi- tals is to be free to residents without individual fees. Elective boards in each district shall have local author- ity to administer funds raised for this purpose. Inspection and supervision of all public hospitals shall then be provided by the government. GRAIN! -Unequpaied facilities for secur- ing rpfiable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. ,vl! markets. Yiui are invited to make free tioc of this service. Ask for bids on carlota of grain. Private to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1862. At Starland Miss Constanco Crawley, the cclo- liratod dramatic actress, play- Ing In impport of Arthur Maude, in "Lord bovelaml Discovers a Mutual .Masterpiece, de Luxe lildl- now showing at the Starlanil theatre, is u first cousin of the latu Field Marshal 12nrl Kltcheaer, Great Britain's famous war chieftain. At tho outlucak of the present struggle, Miss Crawloy planned to join the British lied Cross, but waa unable to do HO because of her con- tract with the. American Film Cojn- pany, Inc., who produced "Lord Love- land Discovers for the Mu- tual. The production was screened from the famous story of the same name penned by C. N. and A. M. Wil- Hum BOD, PHONE 1224 At the Empress Howard Kstabrook, Irene Warfield and a cast of important actors appear In the screen drama "Four which will be the principal attraction at the Km press theatre tonight for the last time. This picture play is" In five parts. It is a new production and was directed by J. Searie Dawley. The picture lias been released on the Me- tro name now synonymous with big features of most absorbing Interest. War. is depicted, but none of its and these war scenes enlist vast supernumerary forces. The book the same name as the screen drama, Is by Captain A. E. W. Mason, who has founded iiis interesting story on the symbol of-cowardice as shown by the white feather. Nothing finer has been turned out in filmdom than "Fo.ur Feathers" a dramatic and romantic screen, of B. W. Mason's novel of the same name. Mrs, Buchanan's section of Wesley Ladles' Aid will meet tomorrow at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rog- er, 1001 Third Avenue. Pie. Pine Ponnefatlicr, of the Htlst Battalion, who has beisn spending a week with hie returned hist night to Sarcee. Mrs. Johnson's section of Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet on Friday after- noon with Mrs. A. W. Kross, H25 8th Street S., at three' o'clock. Miss O'Leary WaR-h.. !B j spending a few days with cousin, Miss Agnes O'Hagen, o-i her way home from u visit in tho oast. An important meeting of tlic ex- ecutive of the .Alexander Call Chap- ter, 1. 0. D. E. will be held tomorrow at 5 o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. W. Robinson, The annual meeting of the Patriotic Fund tonight at S o'clock in tho Cen- tral school will be open to the public and a special invitation lias been ex- tended to the ladies. v a The Women's Civic Club have re- ceived the following additional dona- tions for the Christmas Gifts for the Lethbridge soldiers: Turin, Iron Springs, Coaldalc Ladies' Aid, .Monarch, A total of has been received to date. classes. Gymnasium, afternoon and evening: October 27tli, 30tli, Novem- ber 10l.li, lIUli, 24th. iind 27th, bur Stli, llth, 2'Jnd mill 2iUh. Swim- ming every Friday, beginning October 27th. The monthly meeting of UIH Mathc- SJH Club was held ut three o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. piirlor.s yesterday. A large number of being pro-s- ent. Tho various commjltuL's and de- partments report eel largo aUumianco .and much interest manifested In the duties and programs find the minutes showed tho club an A propserous, v.el' working organization. Several; new members., Mesdtunos Fairloy, Camer- on, King, and the Misses Shanimn and Tronholtn were adtk-d to the (Jlnb roster. After the business KGiision tho hospitality committee gathered the ladies -about their prettily appointed table, ami- an Informal reception mis held for tile Matliesie guest, Mrs. Kd- wards, who lectured to the ladies of tho city In the evening on "Laws Re- lating to Women." An informal dance was held last night at the Chinook Club and a large crowd was in attendance. Supper was served at eleven o'clock after which (Special to the Taber, Oct. Conservatives of the Taber riding convened here last night, but adjourned without nominat- ing any candidate for the provincial elections. No candidate will be nom- inated until the date for a provincial election bas been set. The represen- tation was not large, but the meeting was harmonious. Only two names were presented to the convention, that of T. O. King of Raymond- and J. J. McLellaa of Purple Springs. Mr. McLellan was first mentioned but re- fused to allow his name to be used as a candidate of the Conservative, party. It is understood that he may be nom- mated by an independent convention later on, as a farmers' candidate. The name of Dr. Leech was not mentioned. Geo. Hoadley, M.P.P., of Okotoks, was present and gave an address, referring chiefly to matters connected'with the Patriotic Fund. Tlie Daughters fo the Empire in charge of the Hudson's Bay ivc room yesterday and Mrs. F. W. Down-, er, Mrs. It. Long, airs. S. B. Mitchell I and MlsB Lottie Wood were very busy nil afternoon looking atter the needs of the large number present. The iadies of the Eastern Star will sew at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon. In view of the fact that co many more supplies are nee.-l a large attendance is requested and the ladies are asked to come as oarly' as possible. I Mr. Wllkie Whitelaw arrived in the city last week to spend a few days with his parents previous to his re- turning to Lethbridge, where he is connected with the 78th Depot Bat- tery. Since leaving Edmonton last February Mr. Whitelaw has hnen con- nected with the military Y. .M. C, A. at Moose Jaw and Camp Hughes, Man-: Journal. The Women's Civic Club has draft- ed the following which should he cut out for further refer- once, for the junior and senior ladies' Classen at the Y. M. C. A. Starting in the afternoon at in the even ing at 7.30 sharp. These classes ire not in connection wilh the dancinz NOSE CLOGGED FROM j A COLD OR CATARRH j Apnlv Cream in Nostrils To. j Open Up Air Passages, j What relief! Your clogged nos- trils open right up, the :iir passages of your head are clear and yon can breathe freely. No more hawking, discharge, headache, struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh is gone. Dou'L stay stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of tl.ii; fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nos- trils, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head; sootiic and hoal the swollen, inflamed mucous mem- brane, giving you instant relief. Ely's Cream Balm is just what every cold and catarrh sufferer has been seek- ing. It's just D. Iligfn- bothain Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lelh- bridge, See the Opposite Page for News of Apple Week and Big Bargains... Hudson's Bay Co Make your reservations TO THE OLD COUNTRY On large twin-screw si.eaincrn sailing from MONTREAL TO GLASGOW CASSANDRA............Nov. 7 ATHENIA Nov. 21 Tickets and other information from, any railroad or steamshio DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General .Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main Stl PK. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granvitle St. dancing continued until midnight. The social affairs at the club are proving very popular and the entertainment committed is planning to give a Hard Time dance next Tuesday night, which is Hallowe'en. Among those present last night were Mr. and Mrs. I'eter Lund. .Mr. and Mrs. Turney, Ur and .Mrs. Lafferty, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wal- lace, Mr. and -Mrs. CJmlliauit, Mr. and Mrs. S. B Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Stoltze, Mr. and -Mrs. Brymnfir, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rock {Chi- Misses FGmiefather, Simpson, A. Bawden, D. Nimmons, Stoltze, Wal- lace' Galvin, Stitt, O'Hagen, O'Leary Dowseti, Marion and Isabel Smith. Messrs. Pennet'ather, Donald Duff, R. A. Smith, Tottenham, Mc- Lean, E. Kennedy, Rawortb. Arm- strong, Rock, Stanley and Terence Home. McCready, Campbell, Mavt-ety, Pte. Pennefather and several others. On Saturday, October 21st. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lewis, 2227 Sixteenth street east, Calgary, the marriage was solemnized of Miss Jeannie Sim, daughter of Mr. John Sim, of Cormalet-Uatrnie, Aberdeen- s'lire, Scotland and Mr. Robert Forbes Shand of Lethbridge, Alta. -The Rev A. McTaggart, of St. Andrew's church performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Shand have arrived in Lethbridge and will reside at 515 7th Street S. J Of .Chile's acres? of land only about can be culti- vated. About nor cent of the oil ab- sorbed by waste or used in ing machinery is recovered by trifugal machine that has been brought out in England. Isttnothing? itto he neg- lected until it leads to that terrible scourge consumption? Peps.stand between winter toughs and colds, and serious consequences. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put into the month; turn into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes swallowed down to the, stomach, which is not ailing. Ttr s Me. boi of Peps lor rear ytmr norcs'oi Pcpi Toronto, will supplj R YLANDS' "WEEK-END" BARGAIN BULLETIN mi 1 I 1. J___ _ J. .1 p. ,1 IT Little Bits of Timely Store Gossip Many women are buying Christ- inas ribbons now to avoid any chance a shortage later on. These are busy days in the blank et .department. Those J3.00 wool nap blankets are going like hot cakes. Metalic laces from ten to eight- een Inches wide will be used ex- tensively for evening dresses. Georgette crepes at J1.50 a yard are excellent buying. The new ones will be J2.00 or even more. White flannels are being used to make the new Puritan neckwear. Especially collar and cuff sets. Women tell us that we have the finest and largest stock of silk WttintB; in the New black sateen bloomers for girls have lust arrived. We are selling lots of those wide crepe de ohene frilllngs for suits these days. Warners have sent us a line of elastic top dancing corsets. White fars are being used a great deal in the big cities, even on navy suits Plaid'silks make up nieely Into those new melon shaped work bags for Christmas gifts. An ideal gift to send to the boys at the front is a pair of khaki woollen gloves or a khaki silk ttiuffler. Reliable fast color fabrics have been, hard to secure. Those -who have them may be pardoned for boasting a bit.. Speak of boasting brings to mind a .real .event. Tho opening of our new. ready-to-wear department Keep your weather eye open for this opening announcement. have something to back up All Wool Serges .We-have still In stock about 20 pieces of pure, wool serges, will' the-real indigo dyes. Carried over from previous seasons, These we absolutely as to quality and color. On sale per yard at 75c- 95c- i THese week end bargains are the very utmost in value the top notch specials from eaclrde- partment of the Busy Store. Just at present our stock is at its best and we urge you'to make your selection as early as possible as many of the lines now in stock cannot be duplicated at any prices.- This applies particularly to all of woollen goods, underwear, hosiery, dress etc. Featuring New Coats, New Suits and New Dresses During the past week we have added to our already tremendous stock about 40 new coats which were personally selected in Toronto and Montreal markets by our ready-to-wear ouyer. These are on sale Friday and Saturday. "Salts" Plush Coats from to We show the largest stock of Salt's black plush coats in the city. Some are rich plain styles with ripple akirt, some belted, with or without fur trimming, in all sizes up to 42. Ladies' Winter Coats, up to When It comes to Tweed, Zibeline or Frieze Ulsters and storm coats we are at our best. No showing to equal us in value, variety and materials. Bveiy size, now in stock. Coats in Misses'Sizes For that big growing girl or the small women we have a wonderful lot -of tweed and fancy cloth coats at a medium price that, should appeal to those who wish to pay around J10.00 to A Small Deposit Reserves Any Goat in the Store. See the New Nemo "Wonderlift" Corset Models Here is Boinething new in a Nemo Corset for medium stout figures. There is a new device for- supporting the abdomen which is easily adjusted from thi; outside. Two styles now in stock. PA tvV Warner's Rust Proof Corsets to Whether it is a lace front or Wanier'i Ruii Proof excel all others in fit .and fiitiali. you have never tried a Warner get a pair ou at and try on at These dresses arrived only this week and are the very latest atylcs. The new pleated straight front models are particularly smart. The Finest of French Serge Suits Lovely new suits, .tailored from the finest of French Serges. Lined entirely with Skinner's-'two season" satins. They are without a doubt the fiuest, suits we have ever shown. Some are fur trimmed. Sizes 31 to 40. Serge Dresses from to Over twenty-five all wool serge dresses now in stock. Including the new straight front French dresses which are the very latest. Some Real Smart Silk Dresses up If you are looking for something..different in Silk Dresses you will be able to fill your requirements in this splendid showing ot silk cre'pe de chene, taffeta and silk poplin dresses. Shades of rose, alice, green, black navy and brown. Satisfactory Alterations Free of Charge. Crepe Kimouas in pink, etc. Wide Jap wing sleeves. Heavy weight washable crepe Special Moire Petticoats Black Moire petticoats with deep fancy frill. Extra special value while they last. Satin Waists Gloria Satin, black only and'.washable. A Serviceable stylish waist iii all 7C Extra value. A Chqice Selection of Latest Styles in Silk and Crepe Waists "The Waist Shop of, the varieties in novelty waists than you will see elsewhere; We have a weekly shipment of all the. new novelties direct from the east. A new lot iu this morn- ing. See the window showing. Prices range 53.05 to ?7.50. Buys One of New Style VoileWaists Tomorrow waists puritan collars, rthat arrived here'by today's express These a.re the. finest lot of wash waists we have tad (or some months. Sizes up to 44 In stock. EXTRA SPECIAL Messaline Silks Very scarce goods. A good color range including black, new rose, peach, etc. 36 inch. Extra haavy quality. Fancy Bath Towels, 75c Our first shipment of fancy bor- der white bath towels arrived, this week. Something different. White Gloakings, 50 inch white cloaking, suitable for baby coats, etc. This is a wash- able material. Excellent value. English Flettes, yd. 18c Heavy weight, yard wide striped flannelettea. Suitable, for night gowns and pyjamas. Worth easily 22c and 2oc a yard. Large Elette Sheets at Large fleecy flannelette blankets with fancy borders. White or grey. 25 blankets on sale at this price. Ladies Union Suits, 1.25 Ladies' white or-natural colored, elastic ribbed combinations. Short or long sleeves. Sizes 3li to 42. Knitting Yarns, 1.75 200. pounds of ,4-ply all wool fingering yarns in grey, black or khaki. On sale for two days only, White Baby Flannels 75c Another shipment of white all wool flannel for Infants' wear. Buy- all you need the next lot will cost 90c a yard. Horrock's Longcloth 25c .The best England produces is Horrock's yard wide Longcloth. We are making a special of this line at 2tic a yard. ;