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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915 THE LETIi BRIDGK DAILY PAGE NINE Our First Showing of New Fall! Goods Ready for Your Approval I Tomorrow we will have on display tho have been busy uwackins .an-l marKing rl.irlnR the M, uy no. ita- noo.1, ami SUM 'will on Bale pnudhmllx lut lhe.o tltli Unens, New Umlunvear, Uwlory, Gloves and many bargain for last day of Ihe woafc ought to roalie tho Busy Store buster than ever. Saturday Bargains White Crepe, W ins. tor underwear, gowns, etc On arile at Colored Pongee; 31 wide, regular 5 (shades, on sale.. White Nainoook; lili inches wide, soft finish; 4 Saturday per yard I fa 2 w Middy Cloth; yard wide; whlto ouly. used In our 'Gingham Aprons witii straps over shoulders; also dust cap to match OUU Flannelette; white or neiii stripe designs, on Kftn aale, t> yards for WUw Blankets; White Flannel- ette, striped G4 4Q ders, 10-1 size... 9 V Bed Quilts; TlixilO, note the size, regular S2; AC Saturday only 9 Hose; had sixra, hebl" and toe, black only, a ppJr .Towels; extra large white or colored Turkish Towels worth now 7Sc per 'pair, for 50c New Dress Goods and Raise in Prices nrltiBh-Soi-gos. (hat'will not all alm.108. Special values at C'lc 7Sc and fancy Armurw, Crepons, Crupo De rnuni', at ,ac a yard.' Yard wide -Messallnes, 1'allcl.lns, Crepons; a spw-lnl purchase at per The New Style Books and Patterns Tin? new Fall Style Book, some- tiling extra good, Is now in slock. Tiiis 'big book and any oE the New Patterna for Hand-drawn Jap Linens on Sale Take ii in our window for Irareahis in .Ian l.inpns; large rounil Cloths- for 51.SH; Runners Centres in all sizes, fj! a Another Shipment of Dainty Hand- Embroidered Voile Waists A few of the. many styles are now shown in the bal- ance are on display in our Waist Bxtra fine quality Voile, with neat hand embroidery work in all up to Priced at and New Tweed Coating .Goods Extra wide Tweed Coatings, in nlain and fancy patterns, priced exceptionally low, at 51 75 53.00, S2.50, 52.00 aud T Watson's Afl Wool Underwear Our complele shipment oC Wat- son's Rnc Wool Vusts, Drawers and Combinations, in all sixes. now ready. Make an early.selec- tion. The First Shipment of 'Lady Gordon' Suits on Sale Saturday Last 'spring we had Bplendicl success with Lady Gordon garmonts. The Suits and Dresses-were exceptionally smart and reasonably priced. Bannocklmrti Tweeds, in Norfolk anil Military styles arc the leading styles, priced from ?1S up to The Busy Store Apples Grow in a City Garden Tn th s ot aglicultural uon lien, Southern Ubejtl ins aUeach taken first place and HIE ciU of Lethhndge is in no ufje bpn rtl m helping to produce thesr TfViUlts One ot the Herald staff of 410 5th avenue south' this morning and was shown a large ap- ple tree in full fruit. The tree was growing in tile back lot'and in an- EV." n" "tiufn Mrs LMids stat ed that it had only had one watering this rear and bad had absolutely, no cultivation. The fruit produced is of. BRITISH TAKE' NO -STEPS. "London, Seat. high tidal circles here it is learned authoritatively that the recent rumo-s of peace hgve no loun datien In. an) step taken b> the Bntfsli en meiit or in authoritative. Ao.urc.es TELEPHONE SOS -s- "VIrs-.n. B. Smith is spe'ndiug.a tew days in Cardston. what can be gronn m this district Mrs.; -Salmon has returned from ha" bfen touched and that there are summer at .the. cpast. for the enterpnsng j ids of fruit for home i and Mrs. J. R. Heeh of New-! consumption.. First we hear of ifruit' man, 111., arrived in the city last' ;reat openings grow all Hindi ,.................._ ____ prouuceu is 01 cpnsuinpiiou.. r U.M m-u. umu, no small size either. By actual mea- grown.at Magtath and Raymond and night, surements taken on the tree, apples now Lcthh'ridge has entered the field. of 4-inch diameter were to be seen, and thn taste was equal to any fruit crown in the eastern provinces. It -is Southern Alhert'a is some place, K110X- clioir will meet for lit if; soon have to he this evening at 8 o'clock, every mem-j in. called the Garden of Kden, owing to con n quite evident- that only the cdgo -of -the great variety of its' products. THE WAR'S EFFECT ON BRITISH, FASHIONS her is to he present. Another ice cream social similar to the cne gnen last m the Vnnreu (.liuich ht given to- night in the church at S o clock Mis Moc ind ler m ither 'Mrs Da MS tc rctutn tomorrow ironi Calgari here hcen spend imz; some il Mis. J.. n and. Donni inrt Murrax rctu n.- cd from spcndim? tin summer in the Th( iilmtogrHpb woman with a hit mo ei r hnei uftvnl dcsmn and knbft'ir'aa the, ".Icllicofi" hat. in honor ot the admiral, worn'In lrb a mil tai> caut Miss Ethel .Tones returned this morning Irani ftiko, B.C., where -she 1ms s'lie'nt the last fortnight as the Cueist of'ilrs. Ho'ibrooU Airs town (Co lisl. Bri ter vacation Poitti has relumed to iiei i dehOi ml hip thae spent in diflcient pattb of Columbia. AHss. Frances -Por Specials An Event of Supreme Interest Importance Dry Goods Specials All pure lin'Ti Murk Towels, full ulcaoli- f-il, 20x40 hf-msUichcd and plain hems. HeBulai1 pri for per pair U dress material for Tobralco suited for waists and mMilic.-. full i'T inches in whito only. Saturday Per yard Natural, tan, -rcy anil mole Lonf? Lisle sixes 'ii., and 7, Keen- 4 fi- lar up (o 50c; .Saturday I 3w Candy Specials Peerless C'liu-olaies. .Molasses Kif5ses; Xut CushionH. .'nnlieiims, Assorted Allies Licorice Jaw Mint Rolls, Boston Baked Beans. Virginia Chews, Toasted Marsh mallows Coi-oanut Kisses Per pound jMcCornmck's Brown Mixed Candy Per pound 10c Opce-Clice ___ ____ Spearmint ami Pppsin, 3 pkts im; Gum Licorico for IOC Special Notice 'Hivj pn'finupil wfth rnir Buying Agency of New York to ship exprt'SH 1- .Novelly Waists weekly. The- first ship- ment has .'.rriviMl. Cull an-l inspect the "last word In Ladies' Combinations Kneo lunsth, with and sloovj-K; sixos 1, 2 and on sale Saturday, 2 for Ladies' Coats S only ('outs. tT'.'am, I'.nvy. serpe anil repps; resuiar prices I'roiii Qfij to Sati.urd.ay r, only -n stripes, whi'.e U.n; Q0 Itegular for Ladies' Dresses Ladies' Dresses. Crepes, Repps. Km- broidery and Ginghams, some t rim mod with fancy girdles; other military, splen- did selection. Regular to for 10 only Dresses. A-salm, Quaker, Military and manv other styles. Regular to SS.OO for 7 only Dresses, in Voiles, Crepes, Repps. in stripes, ciiecks and plains; QQ Reg. 5S.nO to for Shoe Department Lad i UK' Gunmolai Hut ton Hoots, neat round toe, heei, all sizes; QQ Regular 5-i.wi for Boys' KtroiiK School Shoes, box calf blu- rher styles; sixes L to 4 QC Regular Sl.'tii 8 Ladies' Black Oxfords in bluchcr and button styles, box calf and run.- CO'Cfl metal. Regular Men's Oxfords in black mid Ian, neat styles, low hool; sixes (i to AQ Regular' S-UO for Girls' Vici Hoots in iiluchor button styles; strong -wearins shoe; in 4 QC sixes 10 to i'; regular I '.'iO pairs Ladies' Black Satin ftjr Pumps, Bix.es 3 lo o; rc-g. I Men's Wear Glen's Fall Suits, made from strong wor- sted and tweed newest Fall styles and colors, ranging in COC ftft price from to Men's Negligee Shirts, neat pink and fancy stripes. Double stiff cuff and double collar bands. Values to QQf% Sale Price Boys' Bloomer Pants, good strong niater-1. ial, serges and corduroys, worsteds and Lweedg, sizes to years old. CO flfl Ranging in price from J1.50 Men's Wool Sox, heather mixed; 4Qn Only, per pair Iww SPECIALS FROM THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT CANNED FRUITS 2 Ib. tin Strawberries 35c 33c 106 1Gc .35e Lombard Piuias 2 for Greengage Plums 2 for Cliivers' Pineapple in glass; regular cue for VEGETABLES Canned, t'Tomaioes Canned vJPfaa Per tin Canned [Qoru Per banned -li'eans Per tin .._._........ Canned" Spinach 3 for. ...vi.-........ Robertson's Jelly jvtarmalade; ,1 Hi. glass Robertson's Bramble jellv, 2 glass Ib. pails Plum and Apple, Raspberry anil Apple, Strawberry and Apple and Peach and Apple. Fly Catchers, Pyramid, with push 10 for Sticky Kly-Papor 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 10c 25c 50c 21c 35c 25c pounds for 3 VI: pounds for 31-2 pounds for Van Camp's Soups; Assorted, 2 for Rogers' Syrup pound tin Rogers' Syrnp 5 pound tin t.......- Roman Meal Per package Shredded 2 packages for Germade S packages Puffed Rice" Per Cream of Wheat'. Per package Per package Grapa.Nuts.. Per package 3 poiind pail' ,y.. 5 pound' pail' 1'A -poiind- size- Cardston GFeamcry Butter, 2 liounds .for. i. LAUNDRY! Rose, .Geranium and Toilet 3 for. ivpry Soap. 5 cakes for. Royai .CrbftTi Soap Per packet.......... Golden iWest 'Povr'der Per packet Fels Naptha Soap Per packet 25c 25c 25c 25c 15c 35c 25c E3c 45c 14c 20c 14c 14c 45c 75c 30c 65c SOAPS Violet 25c 25c 22c 22c 65c Sunlight Soap 11 bars for Old Dutch Cleanser 3' for 50c 25c 25c 25c 23c 60c the 3 for Liquid 2 for 50c and Coffee; fresh ground, hest value in the city Per pound believe the best., values in Lethlmdge; pound: 33c 4oc 50c Heinx Sweqt_ Mixed Pickles) pel-' bottle Chili Sauce Per bottle C. B. Pickles Per bottle........... Smith's Tomato Cat- sup; per bottle Heinz Tomato Cat- sup; per bottle Queen Olives Per bottle, 15c and Essence of Auchovas Per bottle........... Yacht Club Salad Dressing, 20c and Yorkshire Relish Per bottle, 20c and .C. -B. Vinegar Pel1 (mart Worcestershire 'Sauce Patterson's, bottle O. K. Sauce Per bottle Punch Sauce .t......... Blue Label- Catsup; Regular 35c for....... fiOc 35c 26c 32c 18c 30c 25c 35c 45c 35c 25c IQc 23c 23c 29c PHEVVl IT'S HOTI These are days you want to live mainly on .Fruit. How fresh and inviting all 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 :i for BANANAS Per dozen WATERMELON Per pound 95c 95c 25c Roman 35c 25c 25c Extra Special 20 POUND SACK OF. B. C. SUGAR FOR S1.45 To everyone spending (not including Flour) ICING, BAR AND LUMP SUGAR, 3 pounds for 27c FLOUR! FLOUR! At a reduction of 45c per sack Seal of Quality Ofl 98 pound sack Seal of Quality ftj" 49 pound sack ....-flM.QU Seal of Quality 24 pound sack 85c The Hudson's Bay Co. nakc FU? Da> is lioinf, held lompuon i huse snccesb No clnnte will-he calTieil so. the is, one donation one II iu I be mono; i L oiiTined llom Airs G u i Ko-lilison from 10 to 9 10 or tin t niorninp iftnt S o CJotK The olilc1-! son of they nnj'sties the kilns and queen oi ha1, j.cen in ciiatee of I oid ot KflllF-lon mill his hiothcr and ter since ficn enforced rfeldtnic in 1 is next tcni to I ten UK -a lnolhii Trine" flnil s who lomid hci mother i do lilandics his has also returned'.with her, Mr "Mortons school 'I'he sad tenhed Chas this'morning the ilcilh 01 het sister Mrs I Ciirrs Quc Ale t has onh rccontlj ictutned froni-a trip cast. Mrs. 1-lardic entertained informallv at tlio tea hnur yesterday, afternoon for her daughter, Mrs. J s Jonis of Iliqh Rucr Miss Me lyn (tohcrtsnn; of High River, and Jliss Inzola Hai'die assisted the hiis- i it NlMnioid I sluuni, Hi" little pnnicss is oi, 'on >i iluyhters nith I ord Cur Irrigation Supt. Will Visit Here In "jpile of ilio the I idie'j Vid of church had a vcrv mcctinR itter noon in the chool loom ot thf 'cfiutcli, .'Plans vcre discussed tor the, wintnrV committees prbgirvi of on thr propo pointed foi the different Oltl irrigation ......IJip icmatnif I I Drtl c supenntciulpf t of it foi the Dominion incut uill li- t MMloi to I tomorrow. HP make complete inspection of the work hemp done the go'inment who ircj ttorUrvg in tin distrut fast north j and South rf llir ind take) i pArtiHilir octisioii to look into the of tho Aid uork ihr iflprnoon wis The Haiiglitors of Ihe Empire arc sparing no trouble in their efforts to lo ihc north of 113 students atr. rntollcd :it the C'amrosc Xoiuial sclii-'ol. to word "front Ottawa, hovieyer, lias not yet oilicial- ly reached the home guard officials here, the militia department has pracliraUy approve-d of the home guard idea, although they have no power under Hie militia act to au- thorize it and give H official -stand- in Instead, 'as announced spine tune ago, a reserve militia will be organized, of men over vcars of and will he established on a similar basis as that of the active niilitia. Service will, of course, be entirely voluntary; hut the reserve will he subject to call in time of trouble anywhere within the Domin- ion The will not, ho be provided with' equipment ilvhen called out- on service. This, oi amounts to prac- (icdly an approval of the home guard idea. "The ,Lethljridge' home has been organized on an extensive and a efficient scale. rhdBf the system fchich has .hccnV perfected it is noiw the city or district within reasonable distance. If th'e 'militia departnient has in any way recognised the efforts' of the home guards throughout .the country, credit is due to the Lethbridge exe- cutive which has continually" brought the question to Ihe. alten'tiou ;ot the military authorities. The new reserve militia ,will not accept men under 35 years..of No man will receive a commission in reserve unless he has served three; years satisfactorily with -the naval) or military forces of the crown. BIG FAIR FREE OF BEBT.-' San Francisco, CaL, Sept. cheque for was given ;yester day by the Panama-Pacific Exposition to the Union Trust Co., in fulfil pay ment of a secured debt, which-origla ally was .clearing, ail of thi exposition's v Sir Sam Brings Goodwill Message to Can. People s within half an hour to wil thi? whole body of men and Ottawa, Sept. bear a mes- sage of goodwill from the Canadian j troops at the front and in England j to UK: Canadian people." The" fore-{ going one-sentence speech, by Major-j General Sir Sam Hughes, Minister of mjiimi-i Mi'itia, market! the culminating point- however, j of i-he enthusiastic reception tender-1 save': cd to the minister on his arrival at I central station. Sir Sam was stand-j i'ng-in an automobile, surrounded by! staff officers when he conveyed this message to the se.vcra'J-hundred peo- ple who stood around. so, he in iiiiU-..' iary tasbion, .resumed-Hiis Iseatrv was whisked awat' lo "-the, militia de- partment where he. resumed hit tlutr I'll'.' Hull; J Ul IUI.II ilUH t in. IIL n. in. i ..m.yn them by motor to any part of ies as Minister oE Militia, of Superior Quality Our customers are those whro insist on the Highest Staiwiard of Quality. If you are hard to please this is the store for you. Wo carry a small but com- plele and select clean, fresh and the beat brands. E.LJarvis Phone 1883. 527 Ith St. ;