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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER BLAME PROHIBITION FOR ThreeS. Alberta Clergymen Go to England to Enlist .'Medicine Hat, Sept. bro- thers, all missionaries in Camum, who originally went, from Leeds, arc returning to serve with the forces. They are Hev. George Turner, Medi- cine Hat, Alia.; Kev. John Turner. ,u vir.................... formerly ot _Manyberries, characterized as the BREWERY FAILURES Chicago, lit. Scut, two mouths, the Hoster-Colum- bus brewery, O-, capitalized nt the Tabor Brewing Co. and the Tosetti Hrewin.K Co.. both of Chicago: the -Mat- thigh- ami Moore Distilling Co. and the F. G. Walker Distilling Co., both Kentucky houses: al- so the German National bank, E now in 5th battalion, and liev Thomas Turner, of Southern Alberta, formerly of lOxetor, Kng. Mrs. (ire. "Plttsliiirs Brewing ('o. have a'H into liquidation. Among the causes siven by Turner.' a nurse, formerly of ifre iim-.or interests'thpmselvKS Knglanrt, is also rfturninp for arc prohibition sentiment Kng medi ical work. A stampede which is "hoped that will become an annual affair, is tw- ins held in the Athlct-ic park on La- bor Day under tr.e auspices oi i'roi. Berry, iioli-d horse trainer, Constable Hell'of the Mounted Police, the fam- ous rider, the Whitney Hroth- ers who are noted for their ridini; and woman suffrage. Thought British Ship Was Sunk T'and roping, and Hyssop brothers, al- V i so gooii riders. The many events will f! start at one o'clock. Over fifteen riil- V prs ,vill, woonv horses. expert ropers will display the old- time skill in ropini; 'cm, and and in (act every line oi sport that GIANT KISSED BRYAN Hyphenated German of Kansas FeM j can bo found at the large stampedes. Orator's Neck i Kiiiy wild horses will he brought in, I toccther with ten steers off the San Francisco. Cal.. t-cpt. Kinsman Kan. Sept. in range riding, steer bnlldog- will British ship the slorious days o'the Cross of Go'.cl anil brtmcho horse, races wii en hy Hind, Kolph fa" -lul free silver cannwisn. did also take place. Francisco, Lai., was Iircd on and is ljam Tpmllng6 Bryan wjn OI1 the j form such a tribute of enthusiastic ad-1' Ouceiistown hy a submarine, accorit- jcd agriculturist ot Oeruian birth, who, ,h mjcs o( Advocates i had been sittms in the front row of. for ilps, lulvc eom- the local Cbautatiue. listening with j ,-ns [or a campaign POLICE COURT CASE AT local listening wiui plans [or launchina; i .to specch-makins that rives promise. Magrath, tfept. 3. The case oi j Bryan eloquence, lousmt his1 Sommers ,Vay to the front v as soon came up for preliminary hearing yes-) speech was over, scrambled to the llisiof beinit one oi'the most bitlrr ever l, fought in Newfoundland. Meanwhile, the government author-. terclay 'moreiag before Justice BPC-! platform, where the ex-Secretan- of i election In i man. The accused was represented by v.-as shaking hands with all-; E ...nililt-ik H Osthinll. of Letlihridice, while Cur-, conlers. fluna Ills'arms around VrLVred to poral Coleridge appeared for the row-! Bryan, and dealt him a rtsouadlag j .i plainanr. fpon the openms oi the tne glatore As case attoreev moiwl an. _______________ there be great dilhcultj in im- i.ibc uiiciiuaji porting into .1 territory completely fendanfs father time to return from: "GERMANY SUGGESTS HAGUE l surrounded by water, it is believed he and evidence in the i prohibition should become a tact justice then ordered an ad-! Berlin. Sent. 2, via London. Sept. 3. i in Xewiounciland the woild would see i'l'nr'irient of according to Count von! the most complete demonstration of .Mr charged tn- i Bernstorffs instructions, offers to i the working oi a prohihition law ever der the criminal code, oi doing acts: submit the claims for compensation j known. oi mischief to Sommer's housr and arising out of the Lusitania and Ar- The approval of forty per cent, of its iurnishinES. A great number of' able cases to The Hague for adjudi- j ehe eltcisrate is necessary before the witnesses lu-Tve been summoned J j prohibition acr can become a law. Specials for Tomorrow (Saturday) and Next Week Boys'Jersey Sweaters The breath of Autumn, suggests an additional garment. These are guaranteed all wool and good weight; in coat style, pull overs and buttoned on shoulder. Cardinal, navy and brown colors. Sizes 20 to 32: Worth up to Special Boy's School Suits Nice Fall weights in Fancy Tweeds, Norfolk and double breast styles. Bloomer pant's, 6 to 16 years. The Prices Will Suit You! I SPECIAL! Boys' Wash Suits Clearance of all lines in Boys' Wash Suits, to 7 years. Half-price Ladies' Lawn Dresses LADIES'WHITE LAWN DR-ESSES Jfj% Sizes 40 only. Special ......5> I Children's Wash Dresses 2 to 14 years, at prices to clear whole lot. Materials comprise Ginghams, Prints' and White Lawns. Styles middy effects and long bodies and flare skirts. Values to 52. -Aft Middy Waists A delayed express shipment of Misses' and Ladies' 'Middy Waists. voc. ijil.25 and Men's Bib Overalls In blue and white stripe, 5 pockets and double sewn seams. "5c and 90c CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block Surpassing Styles in Suits, Coats and Millinery Presenting Values of Exceptional Merit The Fall season IB fast should at once consider their new outfit for the coming season. The styles of other seasons are not to be worn where they will be compared with tho clever creations or this season.. Here we have an exceptionally lint' assortment of new Fall Suits, Coats and Trimmed Hats to choose iVoni. in all the accepted materials, styles and colorings. We have (irst choice of Canada's leading manufacturers, who have sur- passed themselves this season, not only in the extensive- ness and beauty of assortments. font in lowest pricing as well. Come and nee the things that are absolutely authen- obtain values quite unequalled elsewhere. Head the following one tells a story certain to ap- peal to women of fashion who are economically inclined. New Coats to By far the smartest models shown in a good many seasons, featuring the belted effects, close fitting collars that are convertible and can the worn in two or three different ways. Black, navy and Russian green are popular in the plain colors, with a splendid assortment of novelty mixtures in deep rich autumn colorings in novelty effects. New Suits to Smartest and' most -wearable styles ever featured by this store, featuring in most cases the military buttoning: coats, soft roll collars; belts or belt effects and slot sleeves. Skirts in full cut circular and pleated styles. Xuvy. Russian grccu and hlack are the leading colors, all beautifully tailored, fitting garments, very moderately priced. We Make Alterations Free and Guarantee the Fit NEW D. i A. and LA DIVA els for all 4tfi flf) Priced at 95c to CHILDREN'S KIMONA Head patterns, pink, sky and PRICE.............................. LARGE FLANNELETTE and grey, large enough for double 4 j" bed. PRICE ...................___9 I I 3 MOREEN inch width, hlack, navy, brown and SALE PHICE FINGERING quality, white, hlack, ffj J-M PER POUND ......................9 I >vU New Fisk Hats to Smartest of American models at moderate prices shown, here in splendid selections 'for- to- morrow's selling. The most be- coming and wearable styles we have yet seen, made of best materials and trimmings, and much lower in price than you will cee elsewhere. VIYELLA FLANNEL unshrink- able, liyht and dark CCrt SPECIAL O3U HABUTA1 only, yard wide, wash- ahlo and ff 4 rtrt SPECIAL I .UU POPLIN wide, extra special val- ue, all 4 OC SPECIAL SALE....................9 I BLACK purchased: unusual value, yard 4 SPECIAL............. I -CO NEW' WAISTS Dainty Voiles in latest Fall stylus. to WOMEN ACTUALLY AT WORK IN THE MAKING OF MUNITIONS Berlin, Sept. wireless to of the fall of Grodno was made at array head- i quarters today as follows "Field Marshal Von Eliiidenburg's army conquered Grodno after rapid- ly forcing a passage of the N-Mmen and fighting the Russians in the i streets of the city. The Germany i reached IX Xiemeu between Augus- towe Canal and the Swid.ecz-Lenne- warden line. German cavalry advanc- ed to the northwest and west of Vil- na. The Russians attempted to op- pose our advance, but failed, suffering extraordinarily large losses. South- east oi- llieriecz the Russians were thrown hack. Gen. Von GftlliwctzV troops brought the resistance oi the enemy on road. Field Marshall Von army captured more than Rus- sians, as well as one cannon and 18 machine guns." Photo shows a general view in the'shell turning shop of out- of tho English munition plants, jvdth women operating the lathes in place of men at the front. TITLED FLORENCE NIGHTINGALES OF BRITAIN Men's Negligee Shirts Made from English Cambric, Ox- j fords and Scotch Zephyrs in neat Is stripe effects, starched .cuffs and [.neck bands. Worth 11.85 and fl.50. SPECIAL.. 2 .for Men's Shoes Two special lines picked from re- gular stock; blucher out, on wide fit- ting lasts, solid leather' soles, low heels. Specially marked for Satur- day shoppers. Jl.oQ and 1.5.00 values. and Ladies' and Misses' New Fall Coats Coats designed especially-for early Fall wear, developed of Plaitl Tweed Mixtures, smartly fashioned styles, Norfolk holt, patch pock- ets and three-Quarter length.. Don't forget! "Ellison Milling Co.'s "OUR BEST" better. Special per 100 pounds E. J. HILL CO. The abo is Hie forefront of a procftHslpii of hundred IlrltiBh Diicli esses nnd Pcercnacti nnd Indies of titly win after a nine months. TUoy will io baae hospitals in Trance to nurse IJrHlsli wounded. jutit ;