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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOIiEIE 29, THE LETUHRIDCE DAILY HEHALD PAGE SEVEN. But mother, its so easy witii FRY'S "Her first cake" will be just as much-of-'aAsuccess'-' as mother's best effort if the icing is made this way: Mix cup of FRY'S CHOCOLATE POWDER with 2 cups of powdered sugar, adding 2 tablespoonfuls of cream or of boiling .water. That's all! FRY'S makes an icingfof delicious flavor, silky smooth- ness and rich appearance. Just try it, Remember: "Nothing will do but FRY'S 74 SPEAKER SPROULE FOR SENATE Ottawa, OnL, Oct. has it Hi at Speaker Sproule of the Bouae of Commons, before flea jaon will-be appointed to one. of the Vacant senatorsiiips. It has been un- derstood for some time tliat Dr. Sproule contemplated retiring. Rich- ard Blain of Peel is prominent as his successor to the Bpeakership. RAILWAY ROUTES APPROVED OttiwiS Ont Oct a route map bearing held totlay( Hon Frank Oochrane approved the route of the High River Saskatchewan HuSson s Bay Railwav running from High Rlv er, Alta., to The road-'myst pass through Melfort. Approvalwis given of If he- Western Dominion Rail- way from Pincher Creek to within fhe 1 miles of Cardstori. BIRDS HOG CHOLERA Chatham. Oct. the disease heing carried from, farm to farnt Ijj birds the outbreak of hog cholera in Keut count} is assuming alarming Dr. A. Henderson1 of Toronto, who has Tieen sent to. the Scene by the provin- cial Hundreds of hogs ei ng. si aughteredv d Policy StiH -Cannot Get Lease For the Next 30 Days will Sell any Article in the Store AT COST This is. a money saving opportunity. Why not secure your Xmas' Presents Jiow. We will accept a deposit and store goods. Special Prices in Our Optical Department for the PAYS entitling holder to ,a djfavy ,fpr ii .Silver Tray every Satur- with every purchase. Ticket, entitling holder to.a day, given with every purchase. W.J. Armstrong A. C. Raworth to Bnworth Bros. Armstrong. M i _ V A'J" i An Excellent List of for Friday and Saturday COMIC JOKE BOOKS To clear' ENAMEL WASH BAS- INS, special TABLE MATS Set of 5, specni...... WRITING TABLETS g; Special CLOTHES LINES Special TABLE OILCLOTH Colors, special per yd. PENCILS 4 C_ Vory special. dozen I'wtC '.NS 5e POUND HAIR PINS 1 0 papers for HANDKERCHIEFS Excellent value, f! for.. only, Dinner Sets, reg. for Brice A. McKay. Cor. 3rd A vie. fitli St. Street Cprs in Subway Early in Week hope to Iiavc the street cars miming through-, the subway the ear- ly part of next "week." Commissioner IKcid made the above statement this It will be welcome news to- the North Leth- bridge patrons of "the system. The rails and overhead work on one aide of the line is In place this monung, and the remainder of the link will be rushed as speedily as passible-. The subway .willi iiot be paved tliis year, When the burgesses last; voted on the money-hj'laws they saw fit to reject the proposal to pave the sub- way, anil a dirt- suhwav will have to do until next yjrai, braying concerns in the city are {Hindering what is in store for them riu'cing wet weather. LeUhbridge will see another new Supreme Court -'Justice on the bench at the civil sitting o? the iall assizes opens onUhc thin! Tuesday in ember. Mr. 'Justice McCarthy slated for the session. So Mrs. R. J. Kallis, of Maolood, visiting her daughter. Miss FalliE, al Victoria Mansions, and attending the W. M. 3. Convert-ion Wesley Hall A n no tin cyme nt Is made in toiidon of the encasement 01 Paulino Chase, the actress, daughter oi Dr. W. B Bliss, of Washington, to Alexander V. Drummoinl, of the West Kent Yeo- manry, son George Drummond of Drummondsbank. T'lie engagement is announced o Miss Mary" Burnett, B, A. 'daughter of Leonard Burnett, es-M P. of York, England, formerly o South Ontario, -to Mr; Joseph Bcck- of. the Imperial.- Ffii.deu. SUn Depart riieht, ning, Nova Scotia. Clubs and Societies The Ladies'. Aid of Coaldalc will bold a chicken supper at the hotel far" the I building, Coaldale, Friday evcnin' docket is the lightest in years, Dim Mrs. Juiiii Davidson lias charge o! two new cases arq-set down to date, j the menu, and many tempting dishes A number ol unimportant cases stand will be served. oier irom the spring session. The new are j The Alexander Bait Chapter of the and the Hank ot Hamilton vs. E. J! 11 0 D L v. Mid like to secure some ttood et al magazines for distribution illustrate WOUNDED BROTHERS' REUNION Not having seen each other for IS months, two brothers, Private F. C. Koj IHi Middlesex Regiment, and Private A. Key, 1st South Wales Bor- derers, met again'1 in a hospital ship on its way to England. They knew nothing of each other's presence at the front. They now lie side by side in Tunbridge Weils Hospital. CAMP SURPRISE.: FOR WIVES I Wues visiting" their husbands in the j Territorial Force'Stationed at towns and villages on tlie.-'Ejiuu Coast are as-! tonished at the improvement in their person ng marines for this punose will kindly, leave'them at 4238th St south The executive fif. the .Young People'1 Christian Union will .hold a meeting in Wesley Hai, tonight.- As there was no executive meeting.last month all the committee members are urgently requested to The Mathcsis clublheld 'its second general meeting in til? auditorium ot the SI C V yesterday after- noon weather brought ou1 _____ whdlhad not seen her husband, a thin, pallid man who had meeting Mr badov, developed into a big, bronzed, laugh- ing soldier, for two months, exclaimed in surprise, "Why, you look as if you'd abroad for your health- I'm not sorry if this is w-hat 'soldiering does for a man." charge of this i delighted the audience with violin selections Lethbridge Public School EVENING CUSSES The Secretary will be in the office, Manual Training School, 6tH. Ave. South, from 8 to o'clock Friday evening, Oetoher 30, for the purpose of enrolling students for the above classes. Application should be made lot later than the above date. JOHN H. FI.EETWOOO, ry-Triiiurcr. The instrumental numbers given by Mrs Nelson and Miss Combeare were greatly appreciated the meeting danitv refreshments were scried by the hospitality committee The members; of'.We Christian En- deavor of the Christian church ev- tonds an imitation to its numerous friends to come in a bodj to their Hallowe'en social to be held at tb home o? Mrs Cory, 612' 5th 4ve S tonight at eight o'clock YOJ are urg- ed to be present as an good program has been arranged The members of the Art Needlework club certamlj justified their existence b> the exhibition of their handiwork which they held yesterday Probabl} about three hundred pieces of choice art needlework were on show, and were admired by throngs of interested visitors all the afternoon and evening. Indeed so great was the crowd in the early afternoon that it was hurrledlj decided to keep the exhibition open this afternoon and evening, and those who h'ave not yet .Viewed the superb collection will nave a chance of doing so tonight The ladies of the club were Kept busy sen ing afternoon tea and refreshments, from which a handsome sum was realized, with the proceeds of today's session, the Art Needlewo'rk club espeet to be able to make handsome donations to the Flower Guild and to the relief fund. During yesterday afternoon'Mr. Gaskell's six-piece orchestra dispens- ed beautiful music, and In the evening Miss Leah Young and Mlsi Aileen Jones kindly with, pianoforte selections. Tills afternoon. Mr. Dowse, a vcrj capable pianist, provided the music The members of the Art Needlework club need have noheslta making' their oJ illtU, The Week-end shopping economies at the popular Hudson's Bay Store 1300 Yards of Swiss Flouncing and Appliqucd Insertions, values to 50c-r-10c yd. TlirmiKli our Eastern Buying Agency wo have Ijeen enabled to make this special offer: 1300 yards al Swiss Flouncings and Ap- pliqucd Insertions to go'on sale r all'fresh and new goods, Just opened. Flouncings up to 18 inches wide; insertions up to 4 rt_ 4 laches wide; values up'to 50c. On-sale Friday, per yd. ,1 The Last Call for These Remnants There are Etill plenty of these Remnants left from which to select Dress Goods, Wash Goods. 'Silks, Art Linens, Flannelettes, Flannels, Pillow Cottons, Sheetings, Hibbonu, Laces and Trim- mings, al! selling at less than cost to manufacture. AXMINSTER RUGS Rich deep pile, four pat- terns, size 27l fffl JJC 54, worth 53.00 I .WO 3ERRY BOWLS .Neat pressed design, clear crystal glass, 9" size, worth Our Week-End Money Saving List of Gro- ceries on sale each Grocery Order you can buy a 20-it> Sack of Sugar for This is the Department that is Cutting Down the High Cost of Living _____in Lethbridge. Swift's Back Bacon Per pound........... Swift's Lard 5 Swift's Lard 5 pounds for Swift's Lard 64 fit! 10 pounds for ......9 I o'vO Fresh Cardston Cream- ery Butter, 8 pounds for Jf I Lombard Plums 9C.n 3 cans for Greengage Plums 3 cans for Royal Crown Soap 2 packets for Per pound 45C 75c 35c 43c 18c 1 pound can Salmon, shoe brand, extra quality, for Apples C pounds Granulated Sugar rpc 20 pounds for I I 3 20 II) sack Robin Hood Rolled Oats 25c .75 80c SMOKERS' SPECIALS Hudson Cigars 5 for Aouilas Cigars 3 for For 2Y2 to 6 year Boys, .Splendid Quality Buster and Sailor Suits for Very smart little.Suits for Boys, 2% to 6 years, very smartly finished to perfection; Buster and Sailor styles, greys, browns and mixed effects. Values up to 'C9 CO for................................. ...............9O.QU Underwear Specially Friday Priced It needs no long- argument to convince ,you that these Suits of Watson's Pure Wool Underwear for men are worth while bargains at per suit. Just 15 suits left, two piece HA style. Per suit.................................... A Clean Up in These Many' Ladles' Shoes will inarch out tomorrow at this little price. 'Button and Blucher models; tan and black: colors; newest and in every Instance. Values to CO QQ Values iii Felt Ladies' style in green, red and sky blue mater- ial in selected felt; shoe is trimmed-with neat pom pom to match; all sizes; lines for White Wool Honeycomb Shawls Friday preparations-have -gathered these White Honeycomb Knit Shoes for clearance, wide borders, knitted tt 4 OC fringe, regular ?1 M for 9 Bear Cloth Coats, sizes 18-20-22 Values to Clear Out at Sizes and 22 in these Baby's Bear Olotii Conts; pretty Curl Cloth trimmed silk braid and white pegrl C9 QC buttons Worth More Than. Half on a Tailored Suit Clearing at It oe w6lcomp to womtn to find theae 09 Suits on sale at Polors are navj black and check? and fancy tweeds. Smart tailored effects Just 12 suits flj 4 A "TC 'in -this clearance lot Worth to 00 I Vm I 9 STORE I PHONES I ''Groceries 313 Ready To Wear .and Carpets .-513 613 Liquors Office 1036 STORE PHONES Dry Men's Wear, Shoes, 713 Hudson's Bay Co. COUNT POTOCKI DEAD Petrograd, Oct con 'irmatlon was received In Petrograd :oday of the reported death by shoot at the hands of the Germans 6f, Count Thomas Potocki, a well-known i Polish sportsman and a breeder dtj race horses. i famous for their low consumption superior cooking .qualities- All burners on V! Buttt to burn natural are fitted with air mixer ieconomizes gw. 40 dtffeieot styles and steefc See ;