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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SEPTKMBEn 2.. 1 n 10 .TJIIfl- DAILY III'JtALU PAGE NINE...-, Rylands' Big Saturda Night Bargain List AimlluM' lime nt Husy Slon.. A scon- of iViil live wire spceiiils on .stile lor liours only. Quantities 'ire liir.i'N. some lines. No parcels delivered nller seven 42 In. Pillow Cotton Fine HIUJII flimh pillow tubing reg. 25c. on sale to- 1 A nighl lIinkTvests JO' dozen .LiuJiuB' Sumniur Un- clervoBlH with tshort or no sleeves, tonight only Turkish Bath Towels White or natural colored llatli Towelts. wlillc they lust'., tonight n pair Yard Wide Nainsook Flno evun thread Nainsook, an excellent cloth for -I tonight, yil. UC Wool Dress Goods 100 yards fancy wool dress ma- tei'tuls for girls' ilnisseti. Col- ors Copenhagen, navy and brown, tonight, per yard Muslin Kerchiefs Ladies' Fine mUHlin kerchiofs, liomst II elicit t0' night only, 8 for Hair Kibfoons Wide, all silk lialr ribbons, as- Horted sliades, tonight -I A per yard i Koyal Hair Those well known Royal Hair Nets, extra, .large, to- night. S for Girls' Lisle dii-ls' Lisle stockings, icKnlar SOc. fine mercer- OC- ized rib. tonight tiJl- Middy Waists Ladies' whito drill middy waists, red or blue colors. sizes tonight only I JL PHONS Soft, Clear, Smooth Skin Comes With The Of "FRUIT-A-TIVES" The New Fall Suits Are Here! You'll agree with us that this showing of Serge Suits Is the finest ever shown in this city. The serges are exceptionally line The tailoring away above the ordinary and Urn sty cs aro right up to the minute. See them tonight or better sllll early oil Tuesday. to Inch Sheeting's English sheeting, inches wide, full bleached, on sale OQ- tonight only per yard Turk. Holler Towels Made up Holler Towels, heavy, dark Turkish Towel- tf ling, good size, eneh White Flannelette Very scarce goods, fine Saxony flannelette, S yards ftrt for............... 1 White Crinkle. Crepe A limited (luanllty of white un- derwear crepe, on 1 Ol- sale tonight per yd. 14i2v Leather T5elts Children's Blister Belts- worth up to 3.ic, assorted col- lIC _ ors, tonight Simimer Corsets pairs of lightweight corsets, medium bust and skirt CQ_ sixes up to 28, lonigllt Ladies' Hosiery Ladies' lilack- and grey cotton stocUingB, sizes, to 1 f 10, tonight lyy Men's Fine Shirts Men's fine cambric shirts, stiff; cuffs, sixes liii.i, II! CQ.I only, for1 tonight only'a3C RYLANDS Co. Mrs. I''. I'eucock and fv.0 dauhh and Mrs. McGrof-o' him i rail mil from a inoiilh's holiday spuit at C inff ir Mills Galloway ot 1 lei Wednesday lifter a shoit Uhlt with .Miss Deer 'Advocate. Misa Kngene Marriott, who him been vlsltlns' Miss Ida..! 'ilisnn In Crin brook has returned home. Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas 1 tans irmcd home yesterday from a six weilkB' trip in Ontario and the lOaslern States. Mies M. Achosou mil Miss I at rick left this afternoon to spend1 the holiday weekond in tit irj Mre Stewart and hn d uightei Miss .lean Stewart, left today to visit her son at his ranch near Suffield. Miss Blanche Ashlon returned this iiiornlng from spending the summer in Ottawa and other eastern cities. .Monday being a holiday ilm-rtgular meeting of the Nursing Mission board will he held Monday. September 1th ill tho Y. M. C. A. at. 4 o'clock. Mm. Dlx-on's section of the Kebek-.i alls will meet at'the lioihe of Mrs. H. L. McC'allum 10th St. S. on Tues- j dav evening. Mr and Mrs. Win. llayicr and littlo Mi'w' Mildred. Hay ter left this after- noon to spend a1, lew days In Calgary with Mrs. Leonard Woods.. Mrs Hugh McBelh and liltle daugh- ter lean, of L'ethhridge. -arc- guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Bassett. Hat Tlir.es. Mrs C B. Cameron, who has been spending the summer in re- uirned to the city this morning. Mrs Chas. B. Morris and liltle son wlio have been spending a. month with friends i day. NORAH WATSON 86 Draylon Ave., Toronto. Nov. 10th, 'A beautiful complexion is a liandsoma woman's cliicf glory and the envy of her less fortunate rivals. Vet a soft, clear Blowing with is only Ihe natural mull of pure Hhod. 1 was troubled for a considerable time with a very unpleasant, disfiguring Rash, which covered my face anil for which I used applications and remedies without relief. -After using "Krnit-a- tives" for one week, tiie rash is com- pletely gone. I ain deeply thankful for the relief and in the, future, 1 will not be without" Fruit-Mi NtlKAH WATSOS. 50c. a box, 6 for trial sife, 2Sc. Over Crop Will He Down; Next Week If Weather I Is I'ine i Calgary returned hpinu I Itteen I el einl ol Southein Alber las hamitlllt bt eomplotld to nlnlit. Tills holds good for the district1 j from High River south tood wuithir wdk ec i siderably over lialf of Ihe wheat crop will bo in stooK by next Saturday E In ill districts but Hint west 01 Magrath'on the Cardslon ''branch and north of Nauton on the Macleod-Calgary brancli. Eveii in .these districts man fields are cut and the binders will lie bum- bv tho'middle, pf next week. The. past thice dajb the weithei lias been sliowtry over the south and has delayed raining lo some, extent. There wore fears of frost last night but none developed and at noon to- day the sun was shining again. It is noted that many fanners are taking the advice of Superintendent Fairfield of Ihe Lcthbridge Bxperi- nicntai Farm, and cutting on the green side. There are other fields, however, whose owners should be busy cutting but who arc 'waiting uiitil the golden color Is more general. Some farmers are afraid that .Marquis wheat will not fill properly if cut a little green there should be no hesitation on that account. It will fill as well as any oth- er kind of wheat. On Monday, if the weather is fine. Goo. T, Raymond, will com- mence threshing winter wheat. 'Geo. "Groeii. of the 'KlJIson Mills, has some.winter wheat which he will also thresh at the same: will he "t't i the 'first threshing'close to Lethbridge. Atdealersorsentjiostpaidonrecciptof I price by Fruita-tives Limited, Ottaw o FRENCH SEIZE HUN SHIPS AT PIRAEUS Athens. Sept. French flag today was-hoisted-on four German and three Austrian merchant ships in tlie harbor of Piraeus..... Mr. C. G. Groff, accompanied Mrs. _... __ Tlir Groff and'chiklrcri this afternoon to A H" where they will spend HILLL) I U ttUJUO I i IIL the winter. Mr. Oroff will return In a ___._.._____ _ _ Ir W------- t fortnight. Mrs. R. Belcher and her daughter. Mrs Graham, are in the city complet- ing arrangements for the winter, and j leave in a few days for Medicine Hat where they will spend the winter .months with Mrs. Journal. The Hudson Bay Tea Room .brightly decorated with garde Washington, ;Sept. ef- forts to adjust the complaints of the United States North-Western fisher: men, that they .iliave been discrimin- ated against by British Columbian 'an- MILK! MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK from mdiudual cows' have passed 'be tuberqular test by the govern CREAM !''0lrf Lethbrldge Creamery f Stand 'jsopiair parties etc our spec iSlty Give us a trial you will not be dlsappoihted EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 801 7th St TWO CANADIANS GET NEW COM- MANDS Montreal. Sept. era! R. G. E. Lecltie, who was wound- ed by an enemy sniper in February has recovered and has been given eoinma-nd of the training division at Bramshott says tho Gazette's London coi respondent Col W Oi H Mont real who js in trance with hilarity Inry brigade has been appointed to the command oC anjmtantn bilgafle at Bramshott 1 the f correspondent adds i-_________ aieu UJ have come to no conclusion brightlv decorated witii gaiueii bloomsiiiml it.'is announced that-Sir Joseph vesterd'ay afternoon when the fqllowr W. ins Daughters of Ihe Empire i under-foreign -seci-eftry and-tisherlss charge: Mrs. W. Downer. Mrs. j. B. superintendent bt-Canada, have de- Terrill Miss Dora Xiinmons i parted--for Ottawa after a week ol Henderson. 'conference with officials of state and .1 commerce departments. In -lid of the Blue Cross, a society! Visitors learned that the Iliat look" ater ,he iniur'ed ment to. the pending revenue bill to IS'lh. war as the States prab.ably would .he. en- acted without serious i- Congress. The fprovision, which th Grand Labor Day Dance S Will Held m P. HALL On Monday Night, the Auspices of the Bar bers' Union i Dancing from 9 till 2 Needs Orchestra in Attendance Supper at Midnight Admission 00 couple .Extra Lady, 25o, The" committte reserves riaht of the door A Percentage of net -proceeds to Patriotic Fund In rWinse to' the prolonged agita tlon legaMlng suffered bv the gmejnment old age pensioners b> reHOlvof the increise irf the price ot necessaries tile Brltlsii govein lUMlL UH liljlluu I make an additional allowance not et cneding lialf a crown a week lotow about Coffee----- Tlielietter you like-" In 1 and 2 pound cans. aliio Fine Ground after the soldiers, boulomiieres ot garden flowers were sold yesterday by -Hilda Church, Doris Smith. Viva Elton and Jack Church under Sirs. direction. Orders for flow-1 Ca ers were also solicited from the res- taurants with very gratifying results. SPECIALS JN THE TO-NIGHT 73 rine 'S. Sizes i to .5. Box will y yy pairs Hoys' Fine JJliichers. Sizes II to e Box Calf O 49 ll-ju. L.t---- pairs Hoys' Fine Bluchers. Sizes S (o 'Box Calf 1 99 When Leo Cherniavsky, violinist one of the Russnn mo ol musioiw At piesent string in feast rhis full 1H manv Allan, tie d-inqer The betmen tho tno has existed ftir-SHjp past two and yill m Ae. nupitil being titi, so Bo time this, winter ,v Vi c" TC M S of U esle held q. successful afternoon -it file home of The president Mrs C I I ceiled with thp 11- less aim large number of Msitois dining room wliue T cue glass------- white -isters decorated the table Irs Mitfoid poured tea and "Mfs Galbraith cut the ices. Tlie assistants, we-e Mlh ind Mrs' Quantities of sweet peas of all colors decorated the reception rooms. Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie and Miss ik zola Hardie leave tonight foi apolis to spend a few lUus with Hardic's daughter, Mrs. Murphy fore proceeding to' Cincinnati to Mayor Hardie. Mr. Hardie and MMS Hardie will visit Mr. Hardes in tennesee before going to Toionfo' where. Miss Hardie will enter St. garet's college. Mrs. liardio w ill spajwp two or three months in Toronto hefwb returning. A very enjoyable tea wts ceiitiy.- at Sylvan Lake by the msm hers of the Imperial Oidtr o' ifto Daughters of the' Empire for benefit of the Red Crops and the era! war fund. The prde was sented by three chapters Mrs of the Col. -MacLeod -clnptei GW? gary; the Alexander. Gslt chairter' by Mrs. Cobbledick, .of the Admiral Sir Christopher Crtod dock chapter, ot Red Lee) Pentland Mrs.. Kilburn anfl Sirs. Quigg. The tea took .place ,'Wi the verandah, of Inspectoi I 'nidsggnr cottage. Tea was served at decorated tables. A very good of sports was provided for the ren under the direction of JOj Kilburn. A large bonfire was hehTffl! tho everting, where over) one I lolly time. The Sir Christopher 'Idock chapter's generalruna will oe ttty richer by aboui gress. e CaIdia'nV 6'ay- fould' ruin their flsh industry at-.Erince Rupert, is des grred to pioicfthe Uniteu-57ates fisher- men who declare their trade has uee, almost paralyzed by discrimin- t-ictics of British Columbia. mm ADVANCE London, Russian troops have aiivance, and Eet- rograd near Vladimir- Volyjiskl and in the re- gion pf. in 'The' Rus- sians-also aeries of heights .in- the Carpathians, and are making progress westward along the Rumanian border of Bukowina. The capture of, about prisoners is claimed by Petrogrart. A withdrawal of the-Aiistro-German lines'smith-of the-Zlota Lipa-Dniester section- is recorded in Berlin; Pro- gress by the Russians west of-Tariio- pol is admitted, but the Russian at- tacks in the''Carpathians and near Lutsk says.' In Albania1 Italian-troops, advancing along the'Vdyiisa riv'erl have, occupied j Telepeleni. -Rome saj-s thai'two lag'es and that a hum-1 her in. the. fight-ing along'lhe yoyiisa.. 'I Tlie Gorman's report the reoccupa I tion of lost ground near Longucva! and Delville on the 'Sqiiuiie .front in Nirthprri .France. war of- fice" German advance, .but] says 'the' attackeis sustained .severe losses. "Oir the rest1 of the France there has been little activity, j Nb'rigliting'.'ls reported on the.front, in 'there are no late reports on the operations ,in Transyl- vania.. .v, i Petrograd .claims .the .repulse of Turkish att'acks west of .Ereingan and west of bgnott. in'Turkish Armenia.. The. rout of, more than two divisions of Rus lans bj the Pmkisb wing H le poited hi Constantinople German fqieos m German Last U rica aie in full letreit Lieut Gen Smuts the British commaudei thero reports. M.rqgoro, the seat of i the Ger- has-been'occupied pairs Ladies' Fine Kid' Buskin. 1 Sizes from 3 to 7. 02 pairs Ladies' Patent Strap Slip- O 29 pers. Sizes from 3 to 7. Hudson's Bay Co. l Andiews I C semoi defence tinued during the is when court adjourn ed .foi 'the "week end it noon toil 11 that they would have the case in then hands on Mondn A. J. conclude on Mond-u morning He will be followed by R A, Bonnir K C in a leplv 'to, the Crown -mil His Lordship then will