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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I'1 ^ -%fh> * ' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ^ SlfPINA MERCANTILE CO 127 IMh'BTRt'lTJiPIITH^HONle 1�7. iV ; i4n Irresistible List of Pure Fowl SpecialsAwaitYou FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 20 pound sack of Sagar and one pound of Choice Loose , Tea for ..............$176 St. Charles Milk, 11 tins. .91.00 Corn Starch, 3 for >.......25c Crawford's Biscuits, regular 35 and 40c pound; special ..30c Pure Strawberry Jam Jn 4 lb, tins; per tin .............76c Pure Crab Apple Jelly in tumblers; each ...............16c Lombard Plums, lar�e tins, reg. 80c; special 2 tint for,...25c Preserved Pears, Peaches and Choice Table Apples, 5 lbs 25c Choice-Table Apple's; box; $1.90 ; Rolled Oats; 8 lb. bag ,... .30c Corn and PeaB, pet-'tin,. 10c Qiuaker Oats, 'per package, ,25c Krinklo Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c Tomatoes, large tins, 2 for 25c Kellog'B Corn Flakes, 5 for. 45c 24 pound sack of Flour and one tin of Magic Baking 4 00 * � 4. * * BROTHER OF LOCAL * * MAN WOUNDED ? In the casualty list published today, appears the name of Lieut. Si ill: Harmon, of the 24th Battalion, dangerously ill and not expected to recover.' He is a Toronto man, and a brother of. O. H. Harmon, manager/ of the Lethbridge banch of the Bank of Montreal. 'Paris,- Oet4niilsi�'5tc ____ _________ where in another rcpdIse'??to the Germans sano and Munson., Plots may also b� ' the neighborhood of Rheims, w_____ established at1 other points not,yet | the kaiser's forces have repeatwAy at-decided on.- . h tacked in the last two weeks, are rc-. The highest praise is accorded by L ported by the French war office in Mr. Fixter, to Mr. Meldrum, of Ma-, (tonight's cornmunications. German grath, and Mr. Frankish,'; of Fore- j counter-attacks -failed to dislodge the most, for; the .excellent work -they,,1 French from' the captured positions; have done. Mr. Meldrum had 17� acres ; the enemy suffering heavy losses;rThe internal situation: of Bulgaria,'-Which) is reported serious/ may have some effect on the Campaign.- ;>A military'- conspiracy against-. King .Ferdinand, "Athens dispatches say,"has 'been' unearthed and the leaders, have been shot. Many of the inhabitants: of Bulgaria are feaid to be-still,loyal.to Russia and are showing disinclination to- join the colors. ' TELEPHONE M6 Mrs. C.J. Eck'storm, of Seattle, is visiting Mrs.. B. James.  � * Mr. S, It). Hollynian, of Calgary, is spending a few davs in the city.    Mis. Thos. Quinn, who has been visiting' for - the" past two months' in Edmonton,-has returned. � f - *  Ptc. Robt.. Hills of the 51st battalion, returned to Calgary yesterday after spending a few days in the city with his wife and family, Mrs. .1. 11. I)eWolfe entertained at bridge Tuesday aftcrnooiij -compli: mentary to Mrs. O. J. Oourtice, of Edmonton, Mrs. McGuirC was' the winner of' the dainty prize.  * . The NVeslcv clioir, under the direction of Mr. Claude Hughes, is lnaving special preparations for the second monthly musical service which- will be held next'Sunday evening.- 9mm The G. F. � Cluh wish to announce that Miss Allen, of the H. McKillop Co., was the holder of the lucky number that entitled her to the cushion which- was raffled last Saturday. ..... � �   The members of the Ladies' Orange Lodge arc reminded of the tea to be,given on Friday afternoon at the hpme of Mrs. R. Lindsay, 1619 .First Ave. north. It is hoped that' all the members will try and be present. The meeting to arrange for the first aid classes .is. called for. Monday at 5 p.m. in the Y.M.C. A.; All ;ladics who have handed in their names and those interested in. [the work are asked to attend. A gp^reta'ry will.he appointed, and time. ,a.nd place for classes will be arranged. �  * f The: Ladies' .Aid. o.f . Knox . .cnurcii have been askrd by. St. Patrick's church to: contribute to the jam and pickles table at their sale on Saturday 'for: the-Patriotic Fund. Any dei siring to-do-so, please send contributions to the Bent-ley Co.: store.-Kindly label bottle.: with name. of, contents.- ' : -���'.'   *, The Alexander. Oalt Chapter I. Oi D. E. request that the next, of kin of all Lethbridge men who have enlisted, will call and register at tho board- of trade building, Gait Gardens, next week on any one of -the following days : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, from 10 a. m. to 12 a.m., or from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. .- v- :�� '   ���'.. A most successful whist drive was held -last night in the S.O.E. hall By the Daughtere and Maids of England, the proceeds to.be used in buying-tobacco for tbe Lethbridge soldiers now, at the front. Sixteen tables were in play, and the prize winners were:' Gentlemen, Chas. Wesley, first; A. C. Wheatcroft, second, and E. Dunk consolation. Ladies: Mrs.- Wheatcroft, first; Mrs. Jackson, second, and Mrs. McKenzie consolation. ; >. - The Wesley Epwortli League will hold thefr inaugural social next Monday evening.- It will take the form of a Hallowe'en party, and great preparations have been made.- There will ibe fortune tellers; witches, hobgoblins; ghosts, etc., galore aqd the deepest mysteries of real witchcraft will be unfolded. A good program of novel Hallowe'en games and. tricks has been prepared. A feature will be the mysterious witches cavern, A good feed is also in store for all who come.     A rather pathetic feature of the reported illness of Lieut.-Cd. H, R. Casgrain, of Windsor, Ont., at the Dardanelles, is the fact that his wife; is now endeavoring to reach him,-but probably has not heard of his illness. When lie sailed from Canada Mrs.'I Casgrain determined to follow, him, ] but arrived in England four days a.f-tcr his^ hospital unit had left for the. eaet. Knowing that her -only opportunity to reach her husband's side would be as a nurse, she immediately j began training and fitted herself for. tho Red'Cross work. She sailed from England and it is thought may go-to Alexandria, Egypt, before going, to Lemnos. So far, however, her relatives in Canada have been unable tq communicate with her since she left, England. No further word has been received with regard to Col. Casgrain's illness. The general meeting of the Mathe-sis club was held in Wesley hall Wednesday afternoon. The vice-president, Mrs. McClenaghan presided over the business meeting. The Dramatic. Ait department was In charge of the day's programme, and the chairman,. Mrs;-Gibson introduced it by-giving a short synopsis of the farcical comedy, "The Teeth-of the Gift Horse.!' Lethbridge has bad several occasions to be proud of her dramatic talent, and yesterday's most efficient rendering of the play established for the Mnthesls club an enviable position. The members of the cast were: Mrs: Skeitli. Aunt Marietta; Mrs. Daniels,lAihi Fiscjier;; Mrs, Heebe, Mrs. Butler: Mrs. I\irk, ham, Katie; Mrs. Spooner, Mr. Blake; (Mrs. Fairfield, Mr. Butler. . The play will be repeated omSatur-1 day afternoon in Wesley hall at 3 o'clock. Admission will be 25 cents,- and | proceeds will be.devoted to the:-Pat: riotic Funa aud the Nursing Mission.:! '  -   j, HAMILTON-AINSLIE v The marriage was solemnized yesterday in Chicago > of Miss Helen Ainslie - and. Mr. Gerald Hamilton, manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at iCarmangay, "Alta. Be?, fine returning to. Alberta Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton will visit New York and Colling wood, Ont> Miss Ainslie is a daughter of Rev. Dr. J. S. Ainslie of Chicago, and a sister of Mrs: I H,. D6nnan of this city, whom she talis viirited on several'occasions, - Of Exceptional Merit. Bountiful Savings in every Purchase you make! Special Values from the Dry Goods Section for Friday and Saturday *  WOLSLEY UNSHRINKABLE KNITTED GLOVES for misses and children;, colors in red, navy, brown, grey and heather mixture; all pure wool; sizes 1 to 6. Friday and Saturday Per Pair.................. 23c CHAMOIS AND DOGSKIN GLOVE8; natural colored chamois Gloves, 2 pearl buttons; self points; sizes 5% to 6"^;_ also heavy Dogskin Cadet Gloves in assorted tans, P. K. sewn, 1 dome aa> fastener; all sizes; special, pair c5J,G i * FISHNET VEILS- 1% yards long; ,4ieavy-!border in brown, black, navy and white, f Special Friday and '-'Saturd|t^i ;� ..-. JiL. 65c Special showing of LADIES' NECK--WEAIl.in embroidered- Wasn Collars, in all the: newest styles. Krt**" Special 26c, 35c and ..... _____9116^. FACE VEILS-During these windstorms you need a veil; keeps your hair trim and supports your hat. Shaped Veils, spun silk, in black and brown, navy and white. Special Friday 4f|. and Saturday................. www SILK BOOT HOSE-8Vis to 10 inches In .black and white, double lisle sole and long-lisle garter top. Friday and j�Qq - Saturday, iper pair � 'HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL CASHMERE HOSE In iblack only; 8% to 10 ipebes,.seamless and full \ d�4 f\t\ fSshloh�d. Special 3 pairs for 9 I �UU CHILDREN'S PICTURE . HANDKERCHIEFS, patriotic design, a delight ' to the-youngster. Friday and ��� Saturday, 7" for Exceptional Values from Ladies' Ready-to-Wear :Dept. LADIES' BEAUTIFUL SILK WAIST8 in pretty.styles d�a CQ fine quality in sizes.34 to 40; reg. value^ $4.25....Special.. ,'9�99 -A - ....... _ . LADIES' SWEATER COATS in all wool; colors saxe. aa maroon, ~gVey & white, sizes 34 to 40; values to J5.'.Special 9wUU 85c 98c CHILDREN'S BONNETS in Teddy Bear Skin; velvets, corduroys, warm and comfortable, close fitting;, regular $1.25 � 1 dozen LADIES' BLACK LAWN WAISTS? trimmed with full lace, isizes 34"* to 38; regular $1.75.- 'Special".'.'.'.'.;... w Gandy List for the Week-end 300 POUNDS PAULINE CHAMBERS BROWN MIXED CANDY- Special, Friday and Saturday; 2 pounds for ;.............;.......... SPECIAL SHOWING OF WOODWA.RD'Sr GUM DROPS- Creams and-Pastells. Per pound-29c to .'.......................... GANONG'S CHOCOLATE8-Fresh shipment opened up today in assorted Fruit Flavors and Hard Centers. Special per pound 50c, COc and eek-end Specials f< Home Beautiful PRINTED LINOLEUM, heavy quality, 2 yards wide, in floral and tile effects. "Special, per square yard ............ PER LINEAL YARD ......................,..............$1,10,, AXMINSTER HEARTH RUGS in handsome oriental and floral design,'rich -coloringa, size 27x54''; regular $3.50 TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS, reversible in useful oriental. styOe,. 5i'\ wide, 2% yards long. Special .'.i..'.^:;' DOUBLE BORDERED CASEMENT CLOTH, colored borders On cream gi'Ouhd, 30" wide. Special per yard 55c $3.19 $1.85 19c 25c 45c 75c Flower Bulbs anil F(  HYACINTHS IN WHITE, PINK AND BLUE. Price, '2-for '............'.............. ...TULIPS, 8INGLE OR DOUBLE- Special, per .dozen ...:..... ......... r. ... NARCI88US, PAPER WHITE- ' 'Special per dozen ....... B08'tO'N FERNS IN A RANGE OF GRADES and PRICES Astonishing Values for Men Friday and Saturday 25c 25 dozen- Men's fine quality 8ILK NECK- TIES<-all newest styles and' makes. Specially priced'; Straight styles; each ---- Wide End; Sty (es,. 3 for............$1.00 MEN'S HEAVY- WINTER CAPS -with fur or knitted ear tabs- QQm 'Values to $1.50. Special ......''996 MEN'S LIGHT GREY FALL TWEED SUITS, only, a few left and we place these on. sale Friday and QQ Satjirday for . 9Di�9 ENGINEERS' SHIRTS, a strong quality, just a new line opened up! Dark-blue color- C4 9C Sjiecial price ;. .....*9-1 mtm9 eras:; 25c 30c 50c 25c, 35c, 50c and____' W&Gkl Boot and Shoe Bargains That Need Your Early | Attention t BOYS' BOOT'S, serviceable and strong' wealing, bal styles, sizes 11 58 Each- to 13 only. 30 pairs Special per pair < only MEN'S BOX CALF; 'WORKING SHOES, bal styles, sizes 6< 10 and il only- C9 Kfli Special per pair ... w�""WW|. 50 pairs LADIES' PUMPS: tn;patenti' and gunmetal finish, made tl:flJK: on a dressy last; per pair,. *9 � Wff =GIRLS'. BOX CALFBLyCHER^SH^ESfesi^sasi Well made in neat finish/. s^sj;i^J% M- \| and ^ only- $1.5$ I ��.'Special '.per pair. n.. .:�,:../ ;-Mi*"Sff^'&�JteisW Suitabe Gift for tte Soldier Boys UNBREAKABLE MIRROR IX LEATHER CASE, IN HANDY VEST POCKET SIZE- '-. SPECIAL PRICE, COMPLETE , V 45 c List from the Grocery Department ........v;.v5v.-.:.'w- COFFEE; FRESH GROUND Special, .3 pounds for ..---- $1.00 14c 35c MR. POULTRY MAN, INDUCE YOUR HENS TO PRODUCE MORE EGGS-Jen kins'- Poultry Specifjc... .2RC, 50c and fl.50 Rups Curs - .____..............'. .25c Lies Killsr .............25c and. 50c WINE SPECIALS Wiiioariiis yosscssbs supGi;-'M ior inedicinnl qualities. Spe- ,;| ,eidl per quart.....:$,1 ii4C|;5^ .Hudson's Bay invalid Poiit,*yl bottW ?740 501 ;