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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER TlIC DAILY HERALD PAGE The nurse who is "just ready to drop will find a wonderful stimulant in FK.I delicious Cocoa. Of course it feeds every tired nourishes bone and nerve -but it really does more. FRY'S possesses in lull measure that subtle "spirit of cocoa is one of the most bene- ficial stimulants known. So you see bKl is a tonic as well as a nourishing food. Nothing wffl do-tut FRY'S" Ur. and Urs. GalbraUh returned yes- terday from a trip to Alaska. The Rebekalis will mcella the Cross rooms Ttursday evening ai 7.30. Miss Ebirman relumed Irom her holiday to Winnipeg, Sourla and Rc- glna, Mrs. J. F. Jackson lett on Sunday lor Victoria to be wlih Uer sister, Mrs. Alvln Illjiley. Mrs. A. M. Moe relumed on Satur day from a elx weeks' trip to llio coast cities. Tho Wlllard W. C. T. U. will mee tomorrow evening at 7.30 wilt Mrs Cain, ICth St. N. Dr. D. A. Taylor Is Hie guest o[ Mr and Mrs. J. B. Davks, Klkwater Lafcc for a few days. The friends of Mr. AIT. Gurr will be pleased to know Tie lias returned to b! homo from tlie Gait hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Irl were weeV end visitors al Cartnangay, at tt home ol Mr, and Mrs. W. 11. Miller. Mrs, A. TennanL and children, wl avn been ylsltlog In Ihc turned to homo In Vancouver The Misses Kate ami Corinne Ho RVG returned lo tlie city alter spcn the summer vacation at 1 oast. Mrs. J. Wilson, wife of ommlasloner-Wilson. Is expected ay for a visit v.-ith Mrs. J. W. McN ol. Mrs. William Cleary and lit aughter Bileen have returned Irom wo months' visit In the eastern clll 'oronto aud-WInnlpcg. ON DISPLAY AT The Opportune time to make a splendid selection of Fall Apparel is right now. See these handsome Fur Coats Fur Sets HUDSON'S SEAL. An cscluslve model coat. Cult and collar of line Alaska Sable. Handsomely lined throughout. no C ft A Priccd at HUDSON SEAL. .Newest style coat trimmed collar and cuff ol Natural Lyni. A real stunning model. 971 Aft Priced at LIJ.VV HUDSON SEAL COATS. In full flare slylc. Large collar and cuffs. Several line1 coats !o select from. Moderately priced. (o ELECTRIC SEAL COATS. Very attractive and serviceable coals. Made on newest llnrs wlih heavy fur collar and cut! -I n ftrt trimrainss. I'rlrcrl lo 1 OMV MUSKRAT COATS. Beautifully made and made expressly for the Hudson Uay Company from selected eklna. 1 or Aft Priced up lo lOj.UU FUR SETS of many varieties, qualities ami styles. The Taupa Lyni will be a great favorite. The slolt. a large convertible mode! ami large Melon Muffs. QC OQ Priced nt. act 3J.UU BLACK FOX SETS. Ill many anil varied styles made expressly for us aul are very pleasing models. MODERATELY PRICED. (Special Fernlc. Sept. Kcrntc'o annual event, Labor Day, has come anrl cone, leaving behind, upon Ihc whole, pleas ant recollections. Wbllc HID threaten- ing weather to Ihc, cast ol the inoun- lalns, kept some from vcnluring upon Ihc Journey, about six hundred Fernte's last wet picnic, and some ap- prehension WOE felt regarding Iho re- sult of such advertising, but lo the surprise of many people, the day pass- ed olf without a single disturbance and tho police were not called upon to make a single arrest. The hotels did a flourishing business but if many lartook loo freely of the Inebnaling iciulds, Ihey were discreet'enough lo remain out of sight. 'H may he said it was one of the mosL orderly labor day celebrations ever' held here, and the organizers and executors NFAl-flF-KIN in on .Ihc special train. drcd carao In on SnUir of lli'e programme aro enlltlcd lo much praise for tho manner in which Ihej looked afler the big crowns. The ladles of the I. O. D. R. had charge of the relresbment stands up on the park grounds and they werfe the most industrious, people of th' Evening and Strong Organ- ization Effected The Udles' aid o! SI. Patrlc clicirch Tflll hold a social In the r" LaU on Lhe corner ol First Are. a Eighth St. S., Tuesday evening, S lllh. Mrs. A. G. -Robertson, who has b spending the summer at the Hoberts ranch at Haley, has returned to 11 city for the" school term. She Is ac- companied by her son, Alan. Mrs. FreeWllser and Miss Mirjorle Frceburgcr..are'In the city visiting Master Delbert Kreenureer at the Gait hospital, who was recently Injured in a shooting accident. Mm. Marsiieflto Cobbledlclv A.T.C. M., late ol Lcthbridge Conservatory o[ Music, has tatren of her residence, at the Iliehlamls. where she purposes op cnlnc a Bulletin. The. regular meeting of Knox church ladles' aid will bf. held thursdir lernnoh in the al two o'ciock. The ladies requested to hrlng their needles, and scls- sora.' r v regular meeting' of the-ladies Orango lodge will be held Mn (he Moose Hall, Thursday erealni! it S o'clock. All members are urged to be present as the first degree will he con- terred. Mr. and Mrs: Frank O. Lodge, ol Edmonton, announce the engagement oE'iheir only daughter, Mirl- BLACK LYNX SET. Fleautliili smarl model. Large collar and 7 r AA miiu. Filc-eJ >et i NATURAL LYNX. Will he much In Tosuc this season. Full nn nA style neck piece onJ mull, priced al, set Mnny oilier liandsomc sets including Mink, Persian Lamb, Hudson Seal, J'crsian Paw, Black Wolf, Snljle. Bed Fox, Australian Fox, Xalural Wolf, Muskrat! Also Children's Sets ol1 Jinilatioii Ermiile, While, 'Pliiliel, White Hare, jXatural. '.Muskrat, also Gliildreii's Muskvat Cupid Bonnets. Men's Furs Wc'arc showing a fine range of styles of.useful hard wearing fur coals, etc. CALF SKIN COATS 'for men. Good looking style. Priced MEN'S CHINA BEAVER COATS. Good roomy slyle! All thoroughly made anil J A Aft tailored. Priced ouly MEN'S GOAT SKIN COATS. Splendid for hard wear and warm. OC Priced............-.............. iJ.UU COON MITTS AND BEAVEH MITTS Priced 15.00 -i 27.00 ,37.0.0 17.50 FUR AUTO ROBES. In grey 'gait skin. Well lined. Priced.......... BLACK BEAR AUTO ROBES. Durable and lastlnc ivear. ftft "Priced fit'W HANDSOME PLUCKED BEAVEH COATS .tor men: A'coal thai appeals lo the OTC ftA ITIced ft I m -.....-'day and Sun- day; many by Iraln anil Rome by auto Ihe town liclng filled up with an assortment of car? net-er seen hero before All told, poriiapa a thousand jicople from outside districts were Several They were rewarded by good palrqnnge'and the Red Crocs funds vlsllors, hcaldos tlio large, conlingenl Irom Coal Creek. Tho day had been ailverllscd par will lie considerably enriched by Ihe efforts of thoio worthy ladles. The long program furnished much sporltor the lovers ol qonteats; Ihe inos1- Intcrcstlni! and exclllng event perhaps being' the mile race, open to comers. Spencer Kennedy won SWEET CLOVER BRAND HAM one of the nvwt imrortanl itrml on Ihe Mfnll. For ihccr qualirv flnd sl (ttvor tKis him liM no equal as the event In an exciting' close ending, .Iphnle Starr, an Indian runner of Ihe kootenays, led tho way for the first round of Iho half mile Irsck, but Ken Inedy and Itoberlson hegin lo craw l> on him and passed him on Ihe ome stretch. Starr, however, made last dash and came over the line iss Ihan a fool ahead of Rohertson. The I.ethbrldge contingent of sprln- ers made a good record and take back wlih them the good wishes of all their competitors In Ihe events. The uimiworlh hoys won handsomely n the 100 yards sprint In one-two or- ler. Skllllng being third. The mines and every other business and Industry was closed down for Iho clay, Ihe streets anil business houses we're profusely decorated with flags and bunting and the crowds seemed lo anjdy day lingcly. There was a largo and enthusiastic attendance al the organization meeting of the Next of-KIn association held last Hlght at Ihe S.O.B. hall. S. S. Dun- ham presided and D. 11. Elton gave a short but concise, address' on the ob- eels ot this society. The principal speakers of Ihe evening were Mrs. Orcvctic and Mrs. McWillisras, bolh of the Calgary branch of the organlia- lion. Mrs. McWIDIams In Ihe course of her splendid address, pleaded for Increased pensions and equality of al- lotments. This Is nnc 'of Ihe great things that Ihls association has' lo fight for nnd lo enable II lo do Ihls ef- feclively there must be unity and growth. Following JlcWIlliaraa, ilra. Groretle, president of Ihe Calgary so- ciety, dwelt upon Ihe wort lhal lay be- fore them in the mailer al providing freo-vocalsonal Iralnlni and fair treat- ment for the crippled and disabled aol- cilcrs on their return. "Wa must- Dot rest until wo obtain the assurance'of the government that this will .tie pro- declared the, speaker, amidst much 'applause. r Al Ihe close of this address, Mho business o( the meeting, was' lo Mr. Weusler K. Porter, ol Calgary. marriass will taie place about Ihi middlo ol September. .Mr. Porter is'a former resident of Lothnrldge.' Miss Jean ParXinspn, who'has. Just graduated from'fcjlt Leth- Is visiting her home here this week. Jllss Parkinson.has accepted a pnslllon as night superintendent In Gait hopital, and will leave today, to assume her Sun. At the residence of Mrs. B. Hall, 530 12lh St. A.. Lellibrldge, John Henry Clinton anil Miss Gladys Rhys Hall left on the midnight Irain for .Medicine Hat, where they will reside DIrch Ave. It 415 a, lo say the least, embarssslng posi- tion. Thanking you In anticlpalton. n. c. LAJIONT. through, a local branch ot the organi- zation formed and the'followlng offic- ers elerledi 1'rosldent, Mrs. Cpllkr; nrsl vlce-prcsfdenl, 'Mrs. pividioii; second vice-president, .Mrs. Bartlctl; re'cordlnc secretary, Mr3. Bulbltl; cor- responding secretary, Taylor; treasurer. Jlra. Andrews. A council of nine representatives was itllo form- ed'nnd prospects look bright lot Ihe society's Inlnre In Ihls At the annual election of officers of Iho loml Knights of Columbus lodgn llnsl n.lghl, Ihc following were named 'for Ihe coming year: Grand Knlghl, IThos. long; Hepuly Grand Knlghl, Mnhn Vaselcnnk; Chancellor, Fred Kenny, Recorder, P. Keynoldi; Financial Secrelary, E. J. f.nEllsh; Tr.-anv.rsr. K. T.'Leninimi Warden 1 II Kennedy; Advocate, Thos. Inside Guard, D. A. 1-andry; Oulalde JCinard, M. Harris: Truslccs, O I Walsh, T. Urown', J. W. Tennunt: Lecturer, K. .1. Keen.______ SENTENCE I. W. W.'S Sydney. M.S.W.. Sept. auth oritles are conllnnirn Ihclr ntlompls I pul end to the Industrial In marriage. The Rev. K! J. lIodElnc officiating. OURR On Saturday evening Miss Elhe Gurr And Mr. Ilohert Roger. Dolan were united In marriage at-tbe parson age of the United Leth bridge, flcv. H. J. tfodglns lled-lhe knol, Mrs, Allen, sister .of the hrldc, .icled as bridesmaid, (fed Mt ThoB. R. Ourr, brother ol'llna-.--.- was heal man. The bride .wore Cop enhagcn Hue silk 'hit I match, the bridesmaid wore a gre silk dress with small pink roses, hlac velvet hat with while felthers, Llttl Miss Ethel Allen presented the brld with n houquet of sweet, peas an haby's breath. After the ceremony Ih bridal party rclurned lo the home o (he bride's parents, where inpfer wi nerved. Mr. and Mrs, Dolan were U recipients of mnny beautiful present Thty will reside In Ulhbrldge. People's Forum THE TABEH CASE A very werldlng was perform- Wheat the Lelhbrldgc railway dlslrlcl Is beginning lo move lo the market In fairly Ifirgo Tne llow Island nnd. Wlnnlfrcd districts are leading In shipments. This Is Ihe earllesl In years llnl wheat ship- ments have to go oul from Ihls dlslrlcl. Keporle from the conn. Iryslilc- are' about 15 cars of new wlieal are being shipped. By neil other polnls north, soulh very i ed al Ihc residence of Mrs. Hall, 6M St. A. N., on, Monday Sent. 3rd, the contracting portlw ITIE Mr, John Henry Cllnloa of Medi- cine Hal, antl Miss Gladys M. Rhys llnll of this city. The Her. 3. H.A., ot the United rturrti performed Iho ceremony In Ihe BTM eocc cl a largo nllmbtr ol friends. The bride who looked very becomflf In grey silk dress with veil and orange tlossoms, tbc ossos, ..ii with her Mr. (iljel Hall, to. the strains of Ihe wedding march', nWy remlcred by Jtckson, end 10 the industrial wonvuia WCCK nirtiij umc, of the World ncllvlly. Three muro1 and west will lie.joining In Hie move- members of tho society here and Ihlr- mcnl. Many Ihrcihlng' rigs which ly.four al llrolienhlll have licen sen- tenced lo monlhs' Imnrlsonmcnl Tor belonging lo >u unlawful ussocls- would sliulcd operalloni lip owing (o Iho rtls Kdlth r'llnn ullended Ihe'bTltle, while 5Ir. V. Jackson of Medldne lilt, supported Ihe groom.- During the er- onlnfi the members of the .United churrh rtiolr, Hid fc surprlne visit .lo present Iho bHde a be4nlKnl cut linis vase. 'Thu happy recipients of many Mr, dltor, The Herald. Dear you to cor- ed, a' repoi't which appeared In your ssa'e of Tuesday re "a stabbing affray ri1 From several eye wk eisei I have gleaned Iho following: hla.Qrcck, who no property o ny. kind In but >who was mertlr waiter In some rcstauran ere, met'thMC two young girls (they ft under IS) Iri Calgary and paid, heir to liber, promising them When the girls got to Tabcr, he wanted them lo go on to Rellaw, where he sild he had a hotel or n resUurant. They refused and took refuge In Mr. Frank Rellly's holcl, the King Otorge! a meal there Ihg'Orrfel; rama In and began lo und abuse Ihe girls. 31r. Rellly came In lo see what going 01. The Greek (hen attacked Mr. Rellly. The Greefc la lull' and well bulll, while Mr.-nellly Is parllally crippled his lower limbs. He slap Mr. Rellly when Hellly grapiilcd with him.. This Is Mr. llellly's own dining room and kitchen. A young mm lilervened- and Greek out to (treet'anfl let him go. The OreeH Ihen Iwo and a half bhwks and came back with a bulcher knife and attacked the young man; his brother Jumrtd In between nnd received tho knife Ih his left upper arm, gelling had wuiiad. which re stitches. At Ihc trial neit day Justice adjourned tho case til Thuriday, Sept. 6 nnd let Ihe prisoner out on hall of JJOO bonrts. Mr. Ilollly hid liefore thla offered to repay the Sretk over and above his In bringing Ihe girls down Jicre tail was refused by-the He waul- ed to lake Ihose two young girls lo where ho cUlran- lo own hotel, of which I have no knowledge. Thcae are Ihe and 1 Ihlnk all MURDER CHARGE, FOLLOWS DEATH OF DR. M'HOBBIE Hamilton, Onl., Sept. over an hour's deliberation the Jury em- panelled under Coroner McNIcol to enquire inlo the mysterious death of Dr. MacRoljbio on (he alfcht August Iti, returned a verdict that Ihe frac- of the skull was caused by blows some weapon delivered by one ot .Ue four persons, namely, Smith, Me- Aullffe, Eco'lt, or Asselllne. 'Warrants were Immediately1 issued for Smith, Scott, and McAullffe, who are still being held on a charge .of vagrancy, and Aspeltine, charging then with causing the dealh oi Dr.. MacRobble. Assclllnu was arresled at an early hour.' Q honor Is due" lo Mr. Rellly Hi Irylng lo prelect two youns girls who were pliced In an'ugly. and dangerous posi- tion. I Ininl you will publish (his slalement, also U will give Mr. Hellly Ihe credit honor he deserves In BUSY Mn Bobbie Kits tHe nail squarely on the head when he demands Dominion Toasted Com Flakes. Uke all wise and healthy little fellows, he "W9 eating theBC crispy, dainty flakes. Twvnv CORN FLAKES WAXTTTE ULLOGG FLAKZ OOMPAKY ;