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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1917 Tlffi LETHHRIpGE, PAGE SEVEN Fall Stocks Now Ready In all their completeness Gossan! Corsets A model for figure at a price lo ault every purso. Slight, medium anj etoul fq various qualities at f .S.2.50 to New Hosiery Wonderful values nl old prices In Mihnicro, Ellb end Lisle. Jt'.a'r Woollin hos.! 65c to Jl.OO Girls' Cashmere 35c lo 75c Ladles' Cashmtre Ladies' Silk Hoae Vl.OQ to 52.50 Clrlc' Llile HOM 45c and Me New The largest slock ol coals suits, fklrlE, and dresses wo liaye ever had to show hi a range of beautiful material wlH surprise you for ciC'Ollence ol better values than you will BCC choivlerc- sigoiiiil Sortie Speclnl i-nluc. 42 Inch. Colors brown, nary, copeuliaRCn. plum, black, etc, Viyella Flannels A very variety of light and dark colors for children's wear. Waists, pyjamas, etc, 32 Inches wide. Ouarnnteeil not to shrink. S5c and 9Uc. Furs XccU pieces ami mulls In handsomest match? d scU, also separate niuff.i anil coals of inuskrai. Hudson svat anil heav- er. All la first quality fur ami selling at very moderate prices. Finest liroailclodi A lovely Tine flulcli cloth, 50 inches wide. Colors taupe, brown mvy aiiJ blink. Yard J.UU Splendid Serge ami Cashmere Navy, cardinal and black. o linos now worth 3S and 10 hiclics wide. HcmeM the olj j.rlcc and selling Ihu samo as two years ago. A A Sueclal value.......... Dainty Waists crepe dc cheuo voile, etc., In a splendid variety of very newest and hesl styles Voile at ?2.50 to 55.00. Georgettes auJ de chenes Al SjiC.50 to New Underwear A lull Black of Jailles, young ladles antl boys and girls' vcsls anj drawers, union suits etc. Also sulls up lo 12 year sizes. CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 612 3rd Ave. 5. PHOKE 1224 Inspector Morgan has returned from IHs IrJp to the east. Mrs. I'orter Is visiting' friends at Grassy Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Larson of (Jrassy Lake, wera visitors (11 the clij1 ester day. Mr. and Mrs. Wni- tlray bave return- ed from tbe coast where they have ajienl the past two momUs. Mrs A. H. Dcooon ami sous have re- lumed Irom Calmly whore they have been visiting for ULC past few I i (Java. i Wesley Ladles' Aid will liohl their regular monthly meeting tomorrow af- Mcruoou In the cLursli rmlois at 3 I o'clock. I t Mrs. Gcllliaiit) of Calgary. ,vho has' 1 bctn spending the wcrk-en-l with her sister. Mrs. Kraser. leu for licr home last ntght. >lEss Marguerite Gordon Iclt this morning for Salt Lake City, where she will attend Utah Miss Gordon recently graduated Iroia ibc Lethbrldge High school. The Alexander Gait Chanter, l.O.IX B., will have charge ns usual of tlie Hudson's liny tea rooms tomorrow. In future nil refreshments served on l.O. 1J. Jays will he of a strictly warlike nature. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Ghapler Xo. 7 O.E.S wili he held in the. Masonic hall. Dominion Utotk, at 5 p.m., sharp tonight. All members are urged lo be present 35 the dcjji vrill, be conferred. BORFVTSb The known and i inokt uurl baby talcum in the world- Aspinwall Potato Diggers IN STOCK E. A. Shaman Co. 1217 SECOND AVENUE LETHBRIDGE Celebrate Golden Wedding Displaying the newest Styles in Fur Fashions all this week at the "Bay" Store. We are showing a superb collection in S many varieties. Call in and view this magnificent display. Store all day Wednesday next, September 5th How many women in hollihrirlgc can I'Oii.sclcntlously FRJ- "Yes" If asked the question, "Are you doing all you pos- sibly can for the Red Cross." There has been a fair amount of work done during Hie summer mouths, there. Is so much' work to be tlone nou" that many more workers arc ncuJed. With the approach ol winter the sufferings of our boys arc bounil to lie Increased, Jt loo much to ask r.ial you deny oursell a fcvr hours leisure and spend hat Hmc alleviate tlie suf- of those who are lighting for vou H it Is Impossible for you to ?.omc .to the Redtprqss Ilooius any af- or we Vlll be jileased .o deliver the at your Tesirteuco- ind call fni- saniD completed. To- morrow, Wednesday, is the legimilns of our fall work are anxioui- that as many its posSlblu present tomorrow. A golden wcdtllng Is a somewhat nn-, usual occurrence In this country, so Hint It Is Interesting to that one was celebrated In on Run- day. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnic, who live with, their daughter, Mrs. Archie G. M. Swart nt 13lO 7tli Ave. S., are (lie couple who have reached !hc flf- lleth anniversary of their wedding. The occasion was flllingly 'recog- nized by the frlrnds of the old people, who gathered ;it the home and pre- sented Ihem with a purso of gold and gold spectacles. Numerous other gilfa were sent by (rlenda In Scollantl and UELGIAX FAMILIES AKKSEPAKATEDBY TKICKERY OF IIUXS Wasliington, Sept. Belgian inmilics -captured by Germans are separated by irkkery ami the men forced to wort in'trnnclics under sbcH Tire Is lold In a coinmuniralion totlajr to the llelEian legation. The evacuation Is carried out in tbc tollowlng manner: "The inlrjbllanls loaded with Ibelr bundles, arc escort- ed to the station, tbe women children and oM arc pJaceil hi the flrsl railway carriagrn, the men Irora'lli Lc GO years in the rear ones. The carriage ia uncoupled. On reaching thrlrdestin- ilioii the families realize ihclr sad fate, "All tlic workmen 01 the regions of Courtrai and Mcniii have teen requlsilioned; flioiisantl civili bave thus been seized and compelled lo work in the trenches." NORWEGIAN LOSSES lb AUGUST Cojienhngen, Sent. Lording to Nor'-veglah advices, 2[ Xorwejrlan merchant ships jnerclisnL sliips wllh an. aggre- 1 Rale tonnage of more than 000 were lost in August. Tsven- Ly-ihree seamen were Itilltd and live .arc missing. Canada. A wedding supper was, o course, a feature of. the celebration the tatlc being appropriately dccorat crt. .Mr. and MM. Finnic have been In Lctliiiridge five yenrs, are both SPVCU ly years of age, and arc Jn excellent health. Three daughters and a son reside In Scotland throe daugh- ters, Mrs. Swart, Mra. George ColOIe, and Mrs. Win, Twailrtlc live in Lellibrlrtgc. Mr. arid Mrs. Finnic were married on Sept. 2nd, Scotland, by Ilcv. WJlliam Reid. STRIKE STILL ON Edmonlor, Sept. la recrttlllne (lay at (he elly hall, v t- Applicants for active service In the public transport depart.- mcnl of the city of Edmonton ff began signfnE at 9 o'clock this morning, anrl up to noon 20-00, lllsheal Rrnilo goods. l( you prefer lo ilenl prKflloly you may nrrnngc to dn thla Wednesday and Thursday. BRING YOUR AND TRY THE ON. FRANK WADDINGTON. Tlie hiaLTlage-ttJ6k plate on SiBlur day at. the United church of Roljerl Roscr Dorrans and Ethe Evelyn Gurr, both of this oily. The ceremony was iicrlonncd In.tho pres ence of immediate 13. J. Hodgins officiating, c- fr MAKING BREAD FROM OUR ..OWN WHEAT. recipe tor bread frnm nur own dis- trict and( there Is none- better in all been tried out by a lady, Mrs. J. AL the ood saving meeting Ibis aitsr- noon n sample of tlie bread was shown It looks pood anil lasles bcJler, nnd it is whole- some nourishing. RECIPE, clean wheat In your own cottcc mill. Over a mixture of, 1 table- Epooiiful sugar and 'iyM lea- spoonfuls salt In a mixing howl cups of hot wat- er or shim inJlk. the liquid has Itecomc lukewarm, cake dry yeast or 1 gill Itqulcl yeasl and curs of Ijome-maflc wlieal flour. Set over night 10 rise. Jn tho morning add m cups white Ilour, boat Into greas- ed pan. allow lo' rlso until the bulk is doubled, and bake. This calls for .double quantities ol sugar and yeast. Mayor Hardlc returned this Tibrn- Ing Irom Lonilon, Ont., whore he" was honored by being elected president of llio Union ol Canadian Munlc' lies for 1317-18. "It we can the cxccutlre (hat we can provide hole) accenumo dallon, we ran bring thu convention to Jvcthbrhlgc neit was the way-1 Mayor explained the posaJbllfly of bringing tho congress of cxpcrl.s lo next year. "It all cornea hack (o our troubled quei- Ion of bnlel Sir Adam HccV, snltt the. mayor, ..ns ont of (he outstanding figures at tho convention. Sir Adam Is strong tor public ownership. Mayor Hardle said (I icade him Jealous to hear about- Iho cheap coat of current lor louse lighting nlonff the hydro-clcc- Irlc. Two nnd one-half cents a fcllo- nil Is Iho average for thta purnnae. Ontario larmcrs pros- icrlty Ihla year. Thotr crops are the jest In A decade. Dnt the lo-wna and cities thai havo been so dcnn.ndenl on munitions making are flndhs difference since Iho imperil govern- ment started to cut down Canadian orders, London hnn had a great boom Jn the nwnufnclurn al munlllons, Jml nlioady tho factories llftvc retluced their stiff lo one shlll. .Mayor Ilardto frill work hard to bring iho convention ID next year, and la Jiopeful ol succesi. GRAND DUKE ARRESTED Pclrogrfld, Bcpl, DuVe Ml- Alexandrovllch, brother M the foimcr cmpcrbr, nnri his hare been placed nnrlcr In connec- tion with (he- nounler-TdTolMtloiiirr plot recently in the Churches Wcilcy Indies' aid meets Wednesday at Choir practice as usunl. Knax ladles' aid irieels Thursday fiflernooli nl Ihrco o'clock; the colleclora for nyslema "ring will call during fhe week. fiolr praclke as naiial. St. meet- K lonighl nl 8.30 nt 9L Mary's hall. Tho Ai.W. A. will meet af i.15. The O. A. mrtts ThMrsday at 8 ?.rn. Sertlco of Inlercagnlun on r'r] day at.fl o'clock. Choir practice, as BBlIRl, 81. of Inlercca in Wcdncsdar orcnlne at S o'clock. The ladles will sew for the Red Cross AB on Thursday. .Christian nl S p m., monthly niecllng ol church at fill Olh St. Boulli; Wednesday ftl S p.m., prayer meeting, begin atuily o the Oalnilan Jetlftr, Thursday at 3 p.m., Indies' nld meeting iH SOfi 7lh SI MVith. Friday at 3 p.m., sewing a1 Cross United Church, hirlh Mid-week services Wertrtesdny tven log 8 o'clock. a close of ,wtme. Tetchers meeting n oa P.B THAT TRIP IN YOUR CHEVROLET J. it smonlli and liy using uniform in'qiialily wherever you buy it. MARKS A GOOD. CAR BKfTF.R It is al one refinery from one crmlc oil. There is no more reliable lubricant any brut. PoUrinc is Mippllrtl in two Polarine and Folannc Heavy; also I'olarinc Guawi and Lubricants, Yea eta bar ffl'r.m FffMlSK GASOLINE jtjtJ ire PtttRttt "Ktd B.II j THE IMPERIAL .6llJ COMPANY IRASCHt.S IN All, CtTIM ;