Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FIVE L 1 and 2 pound cans. Fine Ground lor Pcrco- BE ON 1 With liMW pupllu already enrolled In the LothUrUlKo public twhoolt} and 100 morn to come; with a total of nt St.. Hatiit's Sejmralo school ami tlio Convent, the Lethhridgo uchoolt) start off tlu: now term and the new si-hoot your with the lament iittmiduncn In the hiatory of Hie t-lty. AH a criterion of Hie Hituutiuii in which the school board finds the school manage- pi'rv Jliiri toucher to take charge of ;t ri'uw room which had to be opened at Central school. Up till today there pupils enroll- ,t'd at Central school alone. FleeUvood 'h'atf one new room, it is possible that another room will have to be opened Gulhrulth. In all thorn arb -I" rooms open now and thej-crm is only two days old. In conversation with J. H. Kleot- wood. svcrntiiry-tHifiBurer'oHbe nubile school district., he stated the at- tendance would likely increase by 100 more at least. .There are known to be j tiO in-tho-oily who will attend, while a i large number arc coming from the j country." "Kmi'wrles have neon made from, as far west aa Piucher Creek as to whether pupils could be accommo- dated, and Mr. Plcdtwooil thinUn quite a-number of families will move here to give UiL'fr.'ehildren the benefit of tlie good schqols of-'fhe city. A total-school populatioiu of more than would feein to imlientfc that the city's population niiiat bo well, over the marlt. Kept. "Travellers from Oermnny." siiys a .Morning 1'OBl imtcli from UoimlllniBiin. "report this '1 Cmiiai'is themfiolvK: whether the subma as'1 dout'Uns. merchantman Drmnen, KuwiomHl -to: he on ills to' the llnltud StuUis, will ever heard of afjatu.-' According statements, gnuum! opinion hi- JlaiiK iturjt is that the Umncii bud already left uut'iiiiitiy UP'" when the Duiitschland rrived in thu PHQNS 1224 Coleman. Sept. Bulletin says: Tlie plant-of tho Davenport Co'al Co. at .Uurmis is being dismant- led and most of it will be shipped at once to Wayne. Alta., and used on a new property that is being developed there. The machinery, etc.. has been sold, to the Commercial Co., and much of it has already been ship- ped.-" E. Disney has secured the contract of pulling down (hi; tipple and sevor- ;il buildings and shipping them to the above point, and will commence the work in a few days. It is expected that about fourteen buildings will be taken down in sectiotla and "shipped in this way. The Burmis property was opened sonic sis or sever, years ago, but has been practically closed for the past two years. Wayne, where the plant in being shipped to, is tip in the Drum- holler district. com pan owned Rev. S. U W. Hnrtonll of Sinskaloon, spout a couple of days In llu: lllis week. Mrs. M. Galnor. who liiis been visit, inn friends ill (he city, bus returned Jlr. John TOITBIH-" riilnnn afternoon from weeks' Vancouver and Victoria. The women of St. church] will meet at UK; (Tims morrow afternoon, Alias Holena nas returned summer with his laCcr slatumoul, un t. ot the return of Ilio land, that the vessel was tliej) Htartilig on iier ami .was in the ojiun si'V' rcaliy rofcrrcd'-.tq aj third suhinariiK'. inercliaiitnian. Sept. Recruiting' for Au-: gust totalled an compared with; for for June; for Ma> aid Mr. W. n. King, manager of the ui Nova Scotia, has sone to Hyivan Lake for a short visit. Mrs. Smith's section of ihe Kobok- ahs will meet with Mrs. IX A. Smith 621 i-'Sih St. S., oil Thursday evening. Mrs. William Nivcii and daughter Viva have returned to Crlgary after visiting Airs. Moo and Mrs. Wall- work. Mrs. AI. A. Hardio and children of ,1 Bow Island, have arrived in the ciiy to spend the winter and an; living in the Victoria Mansion? Gunner ManPhee. of the TStli Field n fnr HIP rocordJ Battcrv. Lethbridge, spent the week rcl, Tho U his mother, August is about what' i, of Herald. by "tlic .militia meni, roiwlBering all -the clroumstanc-j Mrs. George J. Kemm. wlio lias been of Inc-reaaeil lalior deniiincl. harvest-; visiting her daughters in Caliwry and rerjiiirenientsi'etc. f Thn tola! Jiumlior of recruits since Hardisty, Alta., has returned to the Atlions, via London, Sept. Daron Von Schenek, chief director of the German propaganda in dreece, who was arrested" last week 111 con- the outbreak'Of war has now reached a totnl ol of whom Mrs. R. E. Skeith. Miss Anastasm were enlisted since January 1 last. Skeltli ami Master Austin Bkeiih have Alberta took the lead last month returned from spending the summer at among the military districts in regard- their farm near New Dayton. to tho- number of new recruits.; .Thel ovince provided new soldiers.! Deputy Postmaster Hamly, of Leth- o date the total for Alberta since i Bridge, spent family in I pn I To the outbreak of the war is nection rounding willi tlie British-French up of German agents, oli- interview today with a British oillcial. As a result iie will lie permitted to leave Greece tomor- row., Provision has been inado for his safe conduct. Fire Marshall Hcaton. of Ontario, charged thct the Canadian Fire Un- derwriters' Association 'is monopolis- tic and autocratic. WETS HAD CLOSE SQUEEZE IN YUKON so much surface water, but likely- it was because it was just plain rptieii, but whatever it was. Commis- Vancouver, Sept. ial dispatch from Dawsbn to- night, gives the "wets" a ma- jority of three, according to un official figures for the whole of the Yukon. The .have hopes of a slight alteration in their favor official count to be made by the five, return- ing officers in. .tlio five electoral, districts. It fis- possible, the "drys" will contest the election and dcmamni recount. Amsterdam, via.vlibndou', Sept. mi revived here fiom Bo1 hn tnafc m MOW of the forthcom mg session of tlie Reichstag theie was held jesteiday a conference he Clnnco'lcr Von Bethmann IIoHuci, and the party leaders The Chancellor declared that Field Mar slml on Iliiiclenbiirg chief of the general staff and Ceneial on Lu dendorff, field- "marshal chief of staff, agreed that.tlie military sitiiation waa It said there "no thought of raising the age limit ot liabihtj for militan service Con fidenee uas expressed n the buct.ess o.C the new war loan. HOE POLISHES Contain no .cid Wfcer .oh, it eraclong. They combine liquid and omite in firm imH require only As fa Uitiaf ihine. for .11 and aduhk Shine your iHoei at and iPYDURiMESNIATl WhcH will YOB Save U yon don'l. Save NOW? i Though vouf sjl.iryor Income will no doybt so will your expenses-t-and rtiany f ina that the latter more than keep pace with Ihe former. NoW'is the time to start a Reserve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of U the place to keep it. Deposit the extra have on hand citl .ipen U) vlth any sum, down to drlw iDtofestra.lt.. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, G. R. TINNING, Manager H. EJ SANDS, Actins pent Labor Day witli his Calgary. Calgary News- Telegram. The annual meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will be held tomorrow af- ternoon at 3.30 sharp, in Wesley lad- j ies' parlor. All members anil friends I interested in the work arc asked to he j present. The Cradle Roll department of Wes- ley Sunday School are holding their i picnic on the lawn1 of the siipcrinUmd- "j'lt, may have been because of stibuSi 701 5th Ave. S., to- nrc tin- niosl srlccl line ol' l.adifs Fall Siiiis. K-iK.'h and everyone a perfect model and all different si vies in shades of Brown. Hiissinu (ireeu. Helu'ian Bine. NHVVS and ISlaeks. Cloths are of very fine texture display- ing splendid v Tweeds, Black Cloths. Broad C'lulhs. Series. Che viols, (iaherdines etc.. sli o the newest collar and cuff effects with fnr and velvet triinininsrs. in Black and T'lnshes Black Tony Cloths. Tweeds, Xiggor Heads. Chiiichillas, ele. All in sluicles that arc right up-lo-the-niinute in fashions. Our new furs a re iiulee magnificent and display beaiiliful style in both neck.pieces and muffs. All new shapes in Heaver. .Hudson Seal. Lynx, Sable, Baby Lamb, Persian Lamb, etc. morrnw afternoon from 3 to ii o'clock. All children of cradle roll age. of the congregation, and their are cordially invited, The Aid society of Knox sioner Freeman finds himself with a ousted sewer to trouble about. The ihaiu sewer of the sanitary system, caved in during the storm', al a point! diurch meet Bxeciitivei, commit-j caved in niiniig me SLUI m, ai n iiumi. on the hill just south of the hospital.] of Unchurch on the sewage is being: led off j at 3 o'clock. Th A personal visit to onr ladies'" Eeady-to-Wear- Rection will denionstrate to you the exclusivencs's of onr Xew Fall (jarinents. by another outlet for the time being and wlien tlio Mayor and Commission- er Gnce leturn it wiif be decided whe- ther, dr. not a new sewer have to be iTuill. -The .broken sewer has been ill (oranmbibr. for 14 years is making a special effort to haye meeting interesting and extends !ii a" Crestou. Th. latest ball-room. Report for the hospital for the i dances will he included in each course, month of August, The schooj teachers who have been ivate lessons will be given to those i hospital be- io END OF mm Mont re il Sept. -0. Steven, Montreal manager of the New-York hanking house of Shearson, Memmil' Co has juai returned tVom two months to noted con- shluable divergence in. Lon- don as to the probable ihe Tuar .Military remarked Steven, "generally speaking, are that i sTtistictory end will not be reached for another V- or IS months, but opinion which combines military with other (actors, within Germany, Cinanc ial, economical and internal express that if peace is not at by the end of this calendar year early spring will see the break up.' katchewan and Miss JIaekay in Chi- cago and Toronto. Miss. Gladys Attree. who for the j past two years has held large puhlic; dancing classes at Nelson, Grand j Forks, Kosslaml and Trail for adults! and children, proposes during the com-i iiic fall and winter to extend her j Mrs. R. T. Brymner has kindly offer- ed to receive the names of all who would like io meet lUiss Attree during her stay here. t At 2.p'elqck this afternoon the.mar- iase 'was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents. 1121 4th'avenue pat i during the month Deaths during the month Number of patients, hi hospital at end of the month Transients discharged during the month............... sphere of work. She intends to I goutn Of Hazel Marie, second daugh- courses of ten lessons before and nj Mf. antr Lund-, to ter Christmas in each of the following: wima'm Graham, eldest son of places: Lethbridge, Pernie, Cranbrook, and, Mrs. John Graham of Glas- ;ow; Scotland. The. impressive ceremony was per- WHAT ONTARIO FOLKS SAt, formed iri the presence of a few inti- mate friends and relatives by Rev. Hamilton, is to state that j Wm JicNichol of St. I Lave received great .benefit irom thejundcr' a draped arch of pale pink ami use of Dr. Pierce'f- Favorite Prescrip- tion. Rome Limn ago I was run down and wait, suffered loss of appetite and w as miser white sweet peas and ferns in the bow window of the drawing room. Mendelssohn's V'odding March was played by Mr. Leo M.' Coombs as the bridal party entered the drawing London, Sept. Lieut. William Robinson's own story of his exploit in bringing to "earth a Zeppelin while the aircraft was atteuipting a raid on London last Saturday night, as pub- lished in the Daily Chronicle today, follows: had b'eetV up something, more than an hour when I saw the first Zeppelin. She was flying high and 1 followed her, climbing to get a posi lion above. Uut there was a fog and sho escaped me. 1 attacked her at long range, but she made off before I could see if I had done any damage. "The next airship. I saw I detei mined T would attack from tlio lirst available position. I mot her just after 2 -o'clock 'flying ab 10.000 feet. .Soon she appeared to catch lire in her forward petrol tank, and the flames spread rapidly along her body as she made off eastwards, afire. In a few minutes she dipped by the noae and dived slowly, in flnines, to earth "I was so uleased lifal in my cttcmehl- I mitled the joystick back to earth." wbmcn who ir" ailing MAKIE MILLER, 127 Hess St., Humiltou, Ont. Braatfo'rd, few years aco J. got in a very .much run-down condition.' Was very weak; could anything; had no strength at all. i be- gan taking Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip- tion; 1 only took live'bottles and it put roe in'splendid condition. I felt better, than'I had for years. Other members of my family have used' this medicine and found it equally aa beneficial. I can highlj recommend it to wtik women A OII.IIODR, >1l Brighton Row. Brartford, Ont The use of Dr Phrce's Favonie Pre- Bcnption makes women b} making them benHlvj 1 hero irp no more rrj mg PreScnpMon makoi wcik women strong, silk women well 1 iHfr'an open book, our faces tell the ta'e oflhnilth or disease Hollo" checks of wiping dchihtatmu disease some jrfafe in (htf tod} fit miy be one place tno goncrally able room: The iir.ide, who wan given away Four bottles of the by beautifully gowned Prcs-cription' in white charmeuse and Georgette lured me up in crepe en .with, effective .adorn fine shapn; it did! ments of orange blossoms and Brus- lace. A Juliet cap circled with I can recommend j orange blossoms held -her long tulle it highly ui j veji jn and she carried a siiow- Lowest number during .month Highest, number during .month Daily ayeraEti during month Number of hospital days Private patients Ward patients, paying Ward patients, free Total number of hospital days for 15; 32. Ottawa, Sept. ilbdolphe Lemieux, in a letter to the parlia- mentary committee, has. explained the reason for his withdrawal from the supervising body of the new fed- eral building. While, the work was to re-build, using the old walls, Mr. Lemieux declares he was in' favor of- the contract on the preieat bails, but, now that an entirely new building ,is being erected, he believes the tender- svstem should be tiio month Number of 'operations under- General anaesthesia Local or no anaesthesia In his letter lie says: "As I have already stated, the voted by parliament last, 259 (session, and the power granted to.the, commission only contemplated .the 174 of the building. It was) [then stated that the walls could be Number of patients treated in out-. door department.............. 7 Number of dressings and treat-" ments in outdoor department..'1 10 The hospital has greatly 'appreciated the flowers that have-'been sent.by so many kind friends. (Sgd.) S. E. Lady Supt. .1261 i used and that with a moderate amount of money, .the building would soon 49 be restored. 28 I "Since then all the wails have been t razed, including those of the new wing. We are, therefore, facing a .new- condition of things. It is no more a. restoration, but a complete recon-' struction of the main building, plus a library, stackrooni and a power not only niuch'longer1 :delay-5, but a much larger expendi- ture uf money. "I do not these circum- stances, and in the absence of coin- Albert Magnon. an electrician, was plete plans, specifications and an es- iustantly'killed at worK'ln the exhib- tinmte of cost, to award such a large traceaWp to iv coiiroon souice Got tr.ei' voa want w lilion epcedily er bbquet of while .roses, liles valley -ami maitlen .hair fern. She wore the groom's gift, .a handsome .pearl penrtantl. AS bridesmaid, the bride's sister, Miss Edith Lund, wore a hand- 5QmR gnwn- of blue taffeta com- bined pale" pink Georgette crepe. She carried a- shower of blush pinlt roses and fenis and wore the groom's gift, a lavallicre of nearls. Mr. William Barclay of Wardner, B. C., supported the bridegro'pm, who-..presented, him with gold cuff Following the P i Ilindi wai, in the dining room i where' tlie color'scheme of pink and white' was'als'o carried out. The bride's] cake centred the table, which was beautifully decorated .with Ophelia en and ferns. j Jlr.'aml Mrs..Graham left this after- noon for Hie west, the bride travelling in -i sipaltH tailored suit of dark brown seige with blouse of pale pink de thine and black uat i with pale silk .crown. On their return tliei will leslde at 624 9th St south. Mrs. Peter Lund wore a very becrm- ing gown of pearl grey crepe de chine and Georgette crepe with touches of old rose salin. The bride .was'the recipient of many beautiful presents ition grounds at. I contract without calling for tenders." Efficiency The old-fashioned blunderbuss lacked concentrated energy. How like nianyjoods of low. nutritive which fail to give driving, force to body ami brain. Grape-Nuts is coiicrntratPti Ciwfl-streiigth.in easily digestible and dc- For buUdiiigiiSifth 'and efTiciency, every table should .have ill of Grape-Nuts. "Tfiere's a Reason" Canadian Postnm Cereal Co'., Ltd Windsor, Ont.