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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta iURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE IADE IN iANADA INSURES PERFECT BAKING RESULTS GUARANTEED TO BE. MADE FROM INGREDIENTS SHOWN ON THE LABEL AND NONE OTHER., MAGIC BAKING POWDER IEI1K Uigina, Sask.. Sept. a crp etonn, it bridge, forty miles it'ot Rivprs on the Grand Tnink In line, washed out last night, I a freight train went into the Mill- vaska River. Inglnecr Files was killed, and eman Hugh jMcKay sliRhtiy injur- 'he hridge WHH a trestle, 1500 feet p, and when it was reached the jineer saw part of It washed iy; but was unable to stop the train time. ,E SPOONFUL GIVES ASTONISHING RESULTS iethbridge residents are astonish- :at the QUICK results from the iplo mixture of buckthorn bark, cerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka. is remedy aetr, on BOTH upper lower bowel and is so THOR- Irf: a bowel cleanser that it is 1 successfully In appendicitis. 5 SPOONFUiL of Adler-i-fc.i re- is almost ANY CASH of consti- ion, sont jr gassy stomach. ONK NUTE afier yoa take it, the gns- nmible and pass out. J. D. Hig- otham Si Co., Limited, Druggist. At (In- mooting of "lo council oi tlio Uoanl of Trade at noon today. Mayor llnrdlo vallod special atten- tion to (hi; iniictlng of the muillrlpali- uf of which ho Is jireai- iii'iil. at HnsHiino next month. A dnitt of the; pl'oisraimno showed the luiIiorinni'C ol' the meetings, and 11. was this hoard wrllo to tho different municipalities in the Ms- trict urging upon them the necessity of sending li delegate to this oonvon- lioii. The .Jlij'or gave reasons for his endeavors to the financial situation as it relates to tte bond- holders and tho school board, the chief discussion at the con- vention. The .Mayor opened up the subject in such a way as to shsw that the bondholders will have to -moot the municipalities half-way when the in- terest on the bonds comes due, ami arrange for an extension of time, with a reduction, of interest, or make somii other arrangement, made neeessany by the prevailing conditions. Present indications show that u will retiulrc all tlm lazes that .will he received, to pay tho interest on lie bonds, the sinking fund and thf schools. TELEPHONE 605 An ice nx'am social will he held St. Andrew's church tonight. Mr. .and Mrs. Ititson-llcunctt, Calvary, are with Mis. Mm. A. Mines an. perl Ui h'ave iuday In Frank, Alhcrla. Mis.s Kale a returned yesterday t'.ilj-'ary. riillic, cx- cii a short visit, rf Murphy trip (iirls1 Auxiliary tlie 1'resbyter. l at 7.30. 'rhi' I.cthbridgi' will tonight la'i Sunday sclnH" The F. afl'-nioon with 5th street soiitli. Thf- Kegfnt theatre arc kiviiif; aj licndi! iinrlonnancf l-ninaM in' tlii' Kasumt Court Star iunii. I Mrs. 'Hiiheic Davidson anil little Assinilioia, Sask., iTC: spending a lew day.s with Mr. and j Mrs. p.. Davidson. Mrs. Win. Tripp has icUirnrd from a nint; months' visit in the cast ami I j is the Driest oi her daughter, Mrs. M. j and .Mrs. Russell Shepherd, of Montreal, and Mr. and .Mrs. Simp- son J. Shepherd, oi I.ethbridge, are the quests of Mis. Pi'.inier, Alhertan. The only way to enforce the collcc-] s. lion of taxes by a tax sale would timatcly work a hardship on propertl Mr holders, especially on all owners ot mortKaKed property. The Mayor also showed that the re-, nation of the. school boards to the citiy was a vital Question in ..which all j citizens should'tako: an interest, and; Delating announce the death oi forecasted a' recurrence of last year's! IsaWla, wife of Captain Peter trouble and if the present law gov- Thompson oi Hlthain, ernlng the payment of monies the, school board by the cities "Tview of the fact that all muni- cipalities are facing the same pron- leinE the Mayor believes that the coming convention at Bassano will he one of the most important con- ventions ever held in the ho was Ui' r-ii due i in 1912, while mountain was I climbing ai Ferine, B. C. Thr Ladies' Orange wrill hold thfir regular meeting; tonight in tin- Muosc Hal! at 7.30 sharp. The litsl and second decrees will he con- ferred, ami aii members are request- ed to attend. of the and hopes that all municipalities will send a delegate, so that these prob- lems can be spread out on the( table and faced. This should io bring about a satisfactory soln- ,s Rupgestod that'the- Mayor be to address a general meeting Hoard ami citizens in the near future on these two -phases o cipal affairs.. To cut snd evenly and Hit i cut, an lowan Has patcnter' tool with hooks at of thr blades. According .to a French scientist lira-viol.-li rays from mercury vapof lamps will, purify marine boats. Holling a camera film between muni- the ends within sub- the alter exposure iomBtimcs generates enough' electric- ity to spoil it. hands to tighten it _ Charles Chaplin EMPRESS tonight Mr. K. Ryiands ret.unicd last niffht after spending ;i short holiday at the coast Mrs. Ryiands anil Agnes accompanied him af- tei: onjoyinp; seven weeks rcciriilitm at Bay, Vancouver, I The is nf i Lila .Margaret. riatighuT of 'Mrs. T. S. McAmmond, of Ottawa, and the late Mr. T. 0. K. McAmmond, to I Mr. Arthur Parsons Hums, of Medi- jcinr Hal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- en Rnrns, (if Winnipeg. 'I'hc marri- age will take place early in October. Saturday Xight, D. Eardley-Wiifnot, who wrota Ihc words of the popular song, "Lit- tlo Grey Home in the and of a number of other ballads of the day, has been in training as a Hed Cross nurse for some time past, and ex- pects soon to go to the front. Miss Eardlry-Wilmot is the daughter oi Admiral Sir Sydney Eardley-Wilmot, of The Qld Malt House, Marlow, who also has i to his credit a number of publications, chiefly historical sketch- es oi the S'avy, Labor Day Sports The Committee of the Trades and Labor .Council's "Labor .Day Celebration Svish to thank the following merchants and others for their kind donations to the Sports Fund, also to all ifhosn names appear in the Program of 15vents on Page 3 of this issue.' Other donors and events will lie announced: C F. Harris, Chief. Skelton. Chief Hardy, R.. Niramons, W. S. Ball, !oea T. Blunt, Dr. Galbraitli. Dr. McNally, Dr.. 1 Ladies' Black Oxfords in bluelier and button styles, box calf and gnu- metal. Regular Men's Oxl'unis in black and tan, neat styles, low iH't-I; sixes to Vf Q Regular i-f.f.0 for Girls' Vici Hoots in -Mucher and button styles; strong wrjirinsr shoe; steer, 10 to i; regular ?2.5l) pairs Ladies' Black Satin ffd Pumps, sixes to 6; reg. I in fl" 4 I Men's Wear .Men's Fall Suits, made from strong wor- sted and tweed materials, newest Fall styles and colors, ranging price from 12.50 lo Men's Negligee Shins, neat pink and fancy stripes. Double stiff cuff and double collar bands. Values to 51.50. Sale Price Boys' Bloomer Pants, good strong mater- ial, serges and corduroys, worsteds and tweeds, sizes to 18 years old. Ranging" in price from Men's Wool So.v, heather mised; Only, tier pair 19c SPECIALS FROM THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT CANNED FRUITS Ib. tin Strawberries 2 for Lombard Plunk) 2 for Greengage Plums 2 for C-hlvers' Pineapple in glass; regular 'iOc i'or VEGETABLES Canned Tomatoes S for Canned Peas Por tin Canned Com Per tin Canned Beans Per tin Canned Spinach for Robertson's Jelly 1 Ib. glass Robertson's Bramble Jelly, 2 Ib. glass. Ib. pails Plum and Apple, Raspberry and Apple, Strawlberry and Apple ami Peach anil Apple. Fly Catchers, Pyramid, push 10 for Sticky Fly Paper 4 double sheets for Wilson Fly Pads 3 for Johnson's Floor Wax Sale price St. George's .Milk 11 for Gold Seal Milk. Paulin's Soda Bis- cuits, per pkt...... Rolled Oats 5 pounds, for pounds for 35c 25c 35c 33c 10c IOc 10c 35c 20c 45c ura and Apple, 40c lid, willi 25c 10c 25c 50c 21c 35c 25c for for 3Vi pounds for 3W> pounds pounds Van Camp's Soups; Assorted, 2 for ogers' Syrup 2 pound tin Rogers' Syrup D pound !iu Roman. Meal Per package Shredded Wheat 2' package for Germade S packages Puffed Rice .Per package Cream of Wheat Per package Pei- package Grape Nius Per package 3 "pound pail 5 pound iy> pound size Cardston Creamery Butter, 2 pound's LAUNDRY SOAPS .Rose, Geranium- and-- Violet Toilet Soaps; 3- for ...-.I... -Ivory Soap' D cakes for Royal Crown. Soap Per paoket'-.-. Gtflden -West Powder Per packet. Fels Naptha Soap Per -packet- 25c 25c 25c E5c 15c 35c 25c 23c 45c 14c 20c 14c 14c 45c 75c 30c 65c 25c 25c 22c 22c 65c 50c 25c 25c 25c 23e 60c Siiniight, Soap II bars for Old Dutch Cleanser 3 for Pa ns -0 for................ for.................. Liquid Ammonia 2 for -tUc, 50c and......... Coffee; fresh best value in the city. Per pound believe the best values in Lethbridge; pound: 45c 50e Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles, per bottle Chili Sauce Per bottle C. B. Pickles Per -bottle Smith's Tomato Cat- sup; per bottle Tomato Cat- sup; per botile Queen Olives Per bottle, lac 'nnd Essence of Anchovas Per bottle Viicht Club Salad Dressing, 2Qc and Yorkshire Relish Per bottle, 20c and C. B. Vinegar Per quart Worcestershire Sauce 4 AM Patterson's, sper bottle I Uw O- K. Sauce Per bottle........... Punch Sauce Per -bottle.......... Blue Laibel Catsup; Regular 35c for .fiOc. 35c 26c 32c 18c 30c 25c 35c 45c 35c 25c 23c 23c 29c PHEW! IT'S HOTI Tiiese are days you want to live mainly on Fruit. How fresh and ittviting all the differ- ent varieties look on ..arrival every morning. PEACHES Per case ----.....___ Per case 3 pounds for CRAB APPLES. TABLE APPLES; Beauty and Wagners. ORANGES Per dozen GRAPE FRUIT for BANANAS Per dozen WATERMELON Per pound 95c 95c 25c RomEin. 35c 25c 25c Extra Special 20 POUNP SACK OF B. 0. SUGAR FOR SI.45 To .everyone spending (not including Flour) ICING, BAR AND LUMP SUGAR, 3 pounds for 27c FLOUR! FLOUR! At a reduction of 46c per lack Seal of Quality 98 pound sack Seal of Quality 49 pound sack of Quality 24 pound 85c Dainty Lunches, Ice Cream, and Afternoon Tea by The Daughters of the Empire Friday Afternoon from 2.30 to 6 p.m. The Hudson's Bay Co. black, a single American beauty rose, pry stores have few days when _ attracted thcfwjth its foliage placed on the brim This season's I outing hats of black velvet stitched 4for every taste 1 w-itli white arc sure to find inany shapes are the income, if and tly for trim- Vith feathars, purchasers. ;jirs. Mc.Mcckin has a splendid show- j' w -natSi t-Bpec-ialiy some very NOW 5 cents HERE'S YOUK BREAD! FRESH DAILY AND THE BEST .GRADE QUAKER BREAD STANDS SUPREME IN EVERY DETAIL THE BAKER 378-1027 some ver The dift'crent nulli: been ejrav.'dcd the la the faiT openings lia ladies of Lethbridge. hats seem to be mad' and every puree. Sa: still vanity ami very new. Wool, chen arc beiiif; used extcnsi mings in combinnlion flowers and ribbon. I Miss- Tilncy is .showiii I smart hats in the s j combination and also in Vic new rose ti. Sh "iftuic hat ui tiwk vcivet edged, with a single rose Vctisiically piaced on the ferim another was I black velvet sailor nilli bow and hand of kid. Misses MeLcay have tht'ir usual splendid assortment of {me in "pai ticular attracting cve.ryme.'s at- the ilor HOW MODERN GUNS DEMOLISH OLD-FASHIONED FORTS ones for the tiny folks. 'Miss Cameron's many hats showed to gonil advantage in her .show room, ;i smart, model of nigger brown in llu1 new mariaiin shape, fi' w-ilh smart trimming of fur and touches of rosu. was displayed. Also faced Russian pink corded silk, a pink feather treated by the new glycerine uioc'ss encircling the drown was much admuert. tention, an ivj? model in Ptir let velvet, a apple hci 'only 'trimming on the- large brim. Another attractive nioda was a tricorne of navy blue a chenille bird in chartreuse ornamenting the front. Miss .Johnstnne's hats shoved the wool trimming and also the en derwi brims. A very unique .hat Sire was of black, faced with 'Kii pink Georgette crepe and had edges scalloped anil also the croVn which openeri pink, this hit is to represent an open oyster shi A stylish chapeau was a vanity P in midnight h-liic velvet, trimmed wit the new Hurgundy colored hows. Clarke and Co. are featuring Fjsk hats this season and a very pretty M-as of white (elt faced with Hope liorsrshcPs for use in cities where there i.s much pavement that slippery wet have been invented in (lerinany. A nrw armor for aMtomobilc tires, said Io prevent sindiling, punctures and blowouts, is of 'iiirlal platfs. linKotl toother. Two veteran Liberals of Ontario, each with more than u mere local reputation, have recently passed away. John Richardson, former member of the Ontario Legislature for East York, and .lames Corcoran, Bursar of the Lunatic Asylum at poor farm. RED ;