Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, -SEPTEMBER -t, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Another One of Our Popular Sales Tonight for Saturday Evening Shoppers THE''BEST VALUES ot the whole week sppear In Saturday night Sale Bulletins. Wo ex- pcct to crowd again tonight with peppl.e from every corner of th, city. You will find hun- dreds'-of'-other out on tlis bargain'tables, and easy to get at. Flair V: Ribbons Pure Silk, 4 ins. u-ldc, 10 Rli tides, tonight only, lira- v 10c Yard AVide Pon. Silk 3d inch, natural POIIRCC Silk, fine even quality, to- night only 39c parties' Hosiery Black cotton, liri- on too, and heel; all tildes, tonight only 15c Hatteuburg 75t; Japanese Hand Drawn Linens u-itli Battenlnir.e centres runners. 75c Muslin Drawers Ladles' M.uslln Dnvwers, embroidery trim- mings. 25c Brassieres Pertuot n 11 i n s, well raaclR Bras- sieres, 36 to -12 sizes.; on rale to- nisrit only 39c New Flan- nelettes. Neat stripci pat- terns, also pure white for tonight only, a. yard 9c D. and A. Corsets pairs of a liplit weight service- able corset in all sizes up to 27; Tonight 63c Children's ITats Any Girls' Straw Hilt in the store values ui> to 253 Fancy Muslin Tim 'balance of our summer Mus- lins worth up to 75c; tuniglit per yard 15c Ladies' Knit Combs. Fine JerRt-y Knit Combinations, 36 :iS sixes only; for tonight only. 35c Splendid Lot of New Fall Suits with We have a down or so Nobby Tweed Suits, full silk lined, in the very latest styles. They are tlie well known "Lady Gordon" garments. compare favorably suits'sold elsewhere at ?30 and Tonight. RYLANDS CO. Drcsst's Hall1 Price This offer is yood for (onfght1 only any dress over ?n at half the regular price. Price TELEPHONE 601 LUX anil .Mrs., Alien Icll yester- day a short .trip in Hand. ML-, anil. Sirs.. .1'. I.. Naismith and .Mr. Andrew Nalsiniih. CalRiiry, spent yesterday in the nty. T. llrymnci' en- tertained llio-I'hoir i'i si. church on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. ti'nlay morning in uSeptoiiiber 0. 'NEW PREMISES j" The upper lloor nfi Telegram Building News Building) '411 Sth Street South, Knox Cllurch, ha been newly fitted up, giving us bright, airy rooqts in a good, central locality- The College Oftico will UR open every business day, from now till School ppenlng frdm 10 to 12 a.m. and 3 to 5.30 pm write information.' A. M. GERMAN SPY WILL LIKELY BE TAKEN BACK'TO' BRITAIN New York, N.Y., Sept. case oC Ignatius T. T. Lincoln, former member pf the British parliament, ml self-confesse'd German spy, who is being held here on charges of for- gery, alleged to have.been committed in London, was again adjourned for week, when called in the United States District Court in Brooklyn to- day. Affidavits and denositions con- taining four charges of forgery, and three charges of obtaining securities tinder false pretences were presented in COnrf Ivy an allnrnp.y for the Bl'lt- ish consul-general. The .papers con- tained the certifications of the .Amer- ican Ambassador in After portions of them bad been read, for Lincoln entered a claim that they were detective, and asked for i adjournment. This request was granted, Judge Veedsr intimating that' unless proof that the. papers were defective "could be offered, Lincoln would be extra- dited. protested that the charges against him were "framed up" in of; der to get him back to England, he alleged it. was planned to execute him as a spy. litl'ie and every little-of good... t, T u M-iq ..muuuav and Tuesday's .Paramount n'lfchi'nson'' ivS! Lois JlareaiCK, Mabel van Bureu and the Duughtcrs ni llic Empire in i James Neil. charge. Krm was a hostess at DIAMOND" one table for Mrs. P. L. Naismitli oi FROM THE BKV" Oa.garv, ami a, Tilney" entertained !or Mrs. Fawnes, of Conrad, Mont..' Jlrs. S: B. Strele, wifo of jiajor- Gen.'Stecle, aintx-lhe. Misses Flora and Gertrude Steels have left Winni- PCG; for York, whence they- u'ill sail by the SS. St. Paul for Eng- land to join Jlajor-ficneral Steele with the overseas Canadian forces. It will he oi interest to know -that Miss Flora to enter a hospital in London voty soon, to train tor military nursing. ITY PORT HOPE, ONTARIO, Rtaidential Chnrch Scliool for FOUXDFn Term licalBR IStfc. 'For Calender la tkr Heodlrtaslrr, F. GRAHAM ORCHARD. M.A1 Camb. -i. Albir.1' School. Brottrlllt-.' LAST TIMES TODAY AT THE ORPHEUM mond fi-o'm" tlie Geo. Perloit, was shown last night at the Empress, and will'tie repeated at to- night's performance. "The Diamond" has some thrilling' experiences, as does Arthur Stanley, who is accused of killing. Dr. Brett. liovell, the gypsy, steals the diamond from, the throat of, .Vivian .-Marston, at a. ball. He is pursued by the'police, and, iii order to acquit himself, drops the diamond into a box.. Artli.ur is also at the dance, and his enjoymment comes to a sudden termination when Uhe sheriff breads into the, room to arre-st Arthur, who, '-'however, -makes i.his escape. "LITTLE MISS SROWN" Those who enjoy delighttul. com- edy, with even the slightest touch of pathos here arid there, presented.in a clean, wholesome manner, should not fail to. see "Little Miss a five-reel was played at the Orpheum last night, and will'be repeated tonight. "Little Jlias Brown" finds an able exponent in dainiy little, actress, Vivian .Martin. Miss Martin is not only petite and elf arming, but is a clever; actress, and her captivating ways kepi the audience.charmed from Ihu start. The play, as a whole, af- fords a delightful light comedy of the highest class, and is something1 a 'iit- tle better than the ordinary slam- bang comedy that occupies the screen so much these days. Oarrick's War Gazette is on the pro- gramme also. It is brim! full of the most pictures, dealing with the war. SPLENDID. VAUDEVILLE AT VARIETY TONIGHT Heal vaudeville, real pictures, with real music in a real theatre, is the popular verdict of those who have vis- ited the popular playhouse. Alco Bros., who close their engagement to- be seen in an entirely new their original comedy novelty circus act, the same as they performed' for the Kaleni motion pic- ture company. Miss Gene Lewis, the little girl with the big voice, who has charmed thfc audience for .the past week with her. naive interpretation of the gems of Ihe song world, will also be heard for the last times tonight. The .movie programme is one of unequalled excellence. "C.O.D.." the Broadway Star Feature Co.'a celebrat- ed comedy, is.brimful of exciting and comedy .a railroad .wreck 1.6; getting arrfested cd convicts is' e.xyerfence. of, the three C.O.IX's. The Hearst-Setlg News Pictorial contains an unusualv lot interest- ins; events; the huge liner Ncbraskan is seen docking at afler she had had an immense hole rent H'her side by a German submarine. On Monday ,a of ''holiday, hasbeen.arranged. Macleod Banker Moved io Ontario Sept. Af- ter holding the important position of manager 61 the Canadian. Hank oi Commerce for the pd'stJpuE years, A. H. Allen received notice yester- day that he has been transferred to Smith's Ont., a crity of some population, Mr. Allen's .departure is av.distinct j Joss to the town .time lie has been here he tiottfe all in j hi.s power to advance'the interest o the district. Shortly 'after his'arriv- al Mr. Allen was elected as Presi- dent of the Board of Trade, which position he lias held, the- in- tervening years. In agriculture "Me.: Allen1; very dt'op interest J'Hnd is probably 'better posted on -the present.-s-icrop outlook than anyonj in the district. la all kinds, of sport-he wav also greatly interested, especially in cricket. He has the honor of being president of the Alberta Cricket lea- gue in addition to" bjcing secretary of the Western association. As manager of thfe Bank of .'Cpnitj niurcc lie-came in contact--with all; classes of people am! "has proved him- self to be a most efficient man, and I from a hirinesslike and sportsman-' like point of view be a .distinct loss to the town. Mr. i'1 about two weeks for his" new sphere, of action, and he will be succeeded by I R. M- SauiidejrSj_ of _the Nanton branch. "T MAY ESTABLISH FLOUR, SYNDICATE Toronto, Ont., Sepfc, cope with a situation caused by "the'diffi- culty of shipment and exchange, one which migbjt be better handled by co- operation than "by7 individual mftlcrs, the Dominion Millers' association, yes- terday, during its annual' meeting, discussed a policy flour handling syn- dicate. C. R. Hunt of London advo- cated the formation of a selling syn- dicate with.a capital of ha'if of which would be devoted to the out- put'of the flour of the members, who would not be compelled -to use such a channel unless they desired. The officers elected are: President, Mr. Wo'iverton, Ont.: first vice-president, G. .51. Shirk, Bridge- port, Ont.; second .vice-president, C. R. Hunt, London. Ont.; treasurer, 0. B. Watts, Toronto. Claude Hughes PHONE 1W7 Organist and Choirmaster of Wesley Church; Teacher of Singing, Piano, Theory, Sight Singing, Ear' Training. Pupils prepared for Old Country or Canadian Examination. 327 11th SU-eSt South. DAINTY LUNCHES AT Henderson Lafec Pavilion ALL DAY Labor Day POLICE CHIEF KILLS ONE THIEF; INJURES ANOTHER Higliam, Mass., Sept. his, skiill fractured and his nose Chief oi Mice Washington today killed one prisoner, and helpSil capture another, two hours after had heaten him with a hammer and' locked him in a ceil in. an attempts to escape. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You may be the best cook in the world but ff the leaven you use is poor you cannot get sat- isfactory. use Blue Ribbon Baking powder; It lighfest '-an.-1 best cakes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of quality in Tsas, Coffees, Baking Powders, Jelly Powders. Spices and Extracts.'