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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta n H; SUUTKMBER K. .DMI.Y HKKAU> PAGE FIVE T TNDERWliAK shou be a lot o( tilings.. but above nil else dainty. A little touch here and then- on Pcnumns nl! like preuy soft us fleece, and smooth ji :i kitten's wrist. Tilsit's why every woman in tlie land lilies Pcnmans. J Berlin, via Lon-lon, Sept. 7.-After 1 heavy fighting with the ,Russians in I the sector southeast of Uemberg, eastern Oallcla, the uormarm "5V5 fallen back In the sector between Zlota, Llpa and Dniester rivers, the war office announced today. Russian attacks near Brzezany, on Zlota Lipa, southeast of Lemberg, were success- KllfiiifS" AUCTION SALE 1 OF Horses, Wagons and Harness on Tuesday; September 12 1916 2 P.M. SHARP At The LetlibrulKC Sides and Feed Barn Matched Team of Geldings. 7 years old, pounds. Matched Team of Geldings. 8 years old. weight pounds. Matched Team of Bay Mares. 6 years old, Wight pounds 1 Matched Team of Grey Geldings. Rising 4 years old, weigh I Head'of Mares and Geldings from 4 to 9 years old. to pounds. Mostly broken to harness. 6 Farm Wagons and 3 sets of double team harness. '.TERMS CASH J' 5M1TH' Lolhbridee money bylaws surely trayd tlio rocky road. This time II IB the electric light extension bylaw which is Bolting it I" til" neck, UM-. lerday Commissioner Freeman rcceiv- gd word from the set', ary uf the pub- lic utilities hoard at Udmonton that the board refused to sani'.tion the by- law in Us present form The bylaw calls for the expenditure of about 000 for line extensions to the electric lighting Plant, for which 30 year bonds were to be Issued. The board holds (hat 30 years is much greater than the lite of such construction and tbat the bonds be issued for 26 years: only The -result la that the bylaw.) which was to have been voted on; along with the filtration plant bylaw, j and which has been advertised twice, already will have to he withdrawn.! Nothing move can he done until the! Mayor and Commissioner Grace return i homo and a new bylaw is drawn up I and given its first and second read-, The filtration plant bylaw, is O. 1C., and voting will take place j as advertised. 1224 North Trading Co PHHKR I7fifi B. C. SUGAR PER 20 POUND SACK Jello, 3 pkgs. for St. Charles Milk, per tin Tomatoes, large tins, per tin Potatoes, 14 Ib. for Apples, 4 Ibs. for Crab Apples, 5 Ibs. for Bananas, dozen Rolled Oats, per bag Fry's1 Cocoa, Ib......... Corn Starch, 3 for......... New Post Toasties, per pkg Corn Syrup, 5 Ib. tin Egg Noodles, a delicious breafast food and easy to prepare, 2 pkgs. for .25 .10 .15 .25' .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .10 .40 .25 Lipton's Tea, per pound, 40c, 50c, and Witch Hazel per box Castile Soap, 8 bars Buttermilk Toilet Soap, 10 bars for Fairy Soap, 3 bars Carnival Toilet Soap, box Sani Flush, tin B. C. Soap, 2 pkgs......... Tar Soap, 3 bars Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap 11 bars Panshinc and Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 tins for..... .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .45 .25 DOLi AR PURCHASE IN' THE DRY GOODS WE WILL GIVE FREE ONE PACKAGE OF SOW MOR BISCUITS. 230 13th.STREET N. ONE DOOR NOI.TH'QF No. 2 FIREyHALL Public Dancing At K. P. Hall Every TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Dancing from 8.30 to 12 p.m. Admission; Gentlemen, 50c; Ladles Free.______ Everybody Welcome CHOIR PRACTICE The choir of Knox church will meet tonight at eight o'clock for S. O. E. MEETING The S. 0. E. will bold their regul- ar meeting on Friday at S p.m. in- stead of next week, owing to mem- bers of the 118th -being recalled to camp. Members are requested to be present to bid "aii revoir" to the de- parting members of the lodge. The hotels in New York are al- most childless... Visitors, fearing in- fantile, paralysis, are leaving their i youngsters at. home. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LI..D., D.C.L., I-rcMdenl IOHNAIRD, Genera. II. TONES. M.-W. V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Cantrtil Weatero CAPITAL, RESERVE Fp, SAVINGS BANK Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small'uccoui.U welcomed. Accounts may he opened and operated by mail: Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, 1% Mrs. Geo. Siiiijey has returned from j 13auff, where she spent the summer. i -I I Mrs. G. W. Robinson has returned froiil a holiday spent at Proctor, B.C.; Mr. C. M. Johnston of Des lloinc-s. j i Iowa, is a guest at the home of his j I brother, .Mr. 11. P. Johnston. Senator b. 0. DcVeber is in gary and is registered at'the Palli-, ser. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fisher leave! tomorrow iiiumins on a trip to Ta- j coma, Seattle ami Vancouver. i The I. 0. IX E. will he in charye of the tea room at the Hudson's Hay tomorrow afternoon. The ladies' society of the B. of L.F. and E. will meet tonight In the S. 0. E. hall at S o'clock. The Maple Leal Chapter, O.E.S., will meet tomorrow afternoon at the Red Cross rooms. Mr and Mrs. E. Carver, who have been'in Un'slaml for two years, are_ expected in the city this week and- will be tho guests of Mrs. Salmon. Mrs J B Chambrie, wlio has been, visitins at the home of Mrs. Tom I Newton, Hardieville. left yesterday' j tor her home in Kenora, Ont. l The members of tho L. O. B. A. will hold thalr. regular monthly meet-! ing In the Moose ball at 8 o'clock to- night. All members are requested to he present. Hiss M. Green, ha hef tlie j guest of Corporal and Mr AUlhe on i j at Lac Le llicbe, near Edmonton fol the past three month has to her home in the x I I Giriiier William nlntloct al lite' I 78th Oopot Battery who p-nt 'the I holiday week-end with his mother in Calgary, returned to the clU ve ter day. I i tpe.-ia! busincs meetmi; of lard W C. T. U. will be held tomor- j row at S p.m. at the home of Mr E. Humphries, 210 llth Stieet faouth As many members i pog, tblc are asked to be present j Yesterday 62 pair of ocks and 62, handkerchiefs were ent to tier for the' Letbhridge men wlio en listed in the Railway Cdnsttilc- tion Corps, by the Alexander Chapter, I. O. E. The "Truthseeker Adult Bible, class of Westminster church bold ing a business and ocial githcrin" at the home of Mi m We tcott 1516 3rd Avenue NoiUl, on evening at 7.30. All. and friends cordially invited. At the home of tho bride's father, 51 f K E. Hudson. 220 19til Street North, the marriage, was solemnised last night by'Rev. G. H. Cobhledick of Miss Lucella Hudson and Mr. Martin Adams. The attendants- were Miss Julia lleer "d Mr- Jo1'" Unison. Mr. aid Mrs. Adams will reside on the groom's farm north of the city. St John theliaptist Anglican church was the scene this morning (Aug.: Mi) at 8'o'clock of a pretty and O'liot -wedding when'Miss Oeraldinc Tanner, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. J. W Tanner. 1085 2nd Avenue N. was united In marriaso to Francis Lewis accountant of the Canadian Bank of Commerce at iJjtn- brhlgc, and formerly of "Tim sales of Noblemen Clgara have more Ilian trebled during the past three months. Have you tried one INTERESTING MrDPUAMniCC MCWC Offer Special Price Inducements from the "Bay" Store Week-end Specials from Our Dry Goods Section Silk Poplins Hoaot'tul finish and lilKh duality in Rose, Ulna, Bleak, tfjl CA Grey and Champagne. wide. Price, yard............ Silk Tai'letas In black and white stripes and checks. 81! inches wide, t Spfclal, yard Taffeta Ribbons In all colors. Splendid assortment, it inches wide. 1 I'rice l.'c. -1 inches, price.................... J.fZ Children's 'Heavy RibbtM'l Hose 35c Cotton quality. Si.zoB.GV4 to t Mercerized. Table Linen inches witlt1. Special Yard 75c While with red bonier.-IS wide. __ Special, yard SPECIAL IX TABLE CLOTHS VERY FINE QUALITY Rixos li.V i tidies. Sixes 58 by 54 inches. I 45 by 45 inches. Special ,75 Just arrived Bis Shipment, of Linens ami Sheetings. All marked at snodei-ate nrices. Size Special Housefurnishings at Special Week-end Japanese Reversible MaUins KIIRH ee feet by .1 feet. Regular 12.50. fittings complete. Special, each Stencilled Japanese ize 0 by 12 feet. Oriental color and designs. Kesular Special, 6 tor Japanese Matting In green and brown shades. 3G inches wide. Special, yard fittings Cups and Saucers Clover Leaf Design English aemi-porcelam. 25c Ladies' New Fall Suits We arc showing' the most select line of Ladies' Xev Fall Suits. Each and every- one a perfect model and all. different, styles in shades of Nigger Brown, Rus- sian Green. Belgian' .Blue, Xavys and Blacks. Cloths are of very fine texture displaying splendid quality Tweeds, Klaclv'C'loths, Broad Cloths, Serges, Chev- iots Gaberdines, etc., showing the newest collar and cuff effects with fur and velvet trimmings. Prices Range from to FLOFK II. B. Co.'s Seal of duality 241t.Kiu-k 98 Ib Sack 1LOCS 40 IT) Sack It) Sack LIQUID AMMONIA bottle POWDERED AMMONIA OO-, Ree We i EGGO BAKING POW- DER. 1 in. tin; BON AMI C ke ol pow- dmud for KRINKLE CORNFLAKES 4 for SHREDDED WHEAT 2 pkt PARIS PATC TJie new delicin 2 t'ns FISH PASTES Keiller's Shrimp, Salmon, chovy or bloater.- per jar Week-end Grocery GRAPE JUICE. OC_ Pints PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST FOOD, ......1 Cj. ner SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Sardines. Special, 2 tins ROSE'S' CELEBRATED JUICE CORDIAL. Special CREAMETTES, 2 packets Cross Sour llixed or Chow Chow. St.. Sealers PICKLES Crpsse Blackwell Walnuts.: Onions or Gherkins. Per bottle RICE. Good sound. 4 Ibs. SALAD DRESSING POWDER. 2 pkts----- OLD DUTCH CLEANS- ER. 3 tins LUX. 3 packets GOLD DUST large packet CROWN SOAP per carton APPLES. Good eating. 3% Ibs............. PLUMS. Ren or yellow. per pound PEACHES. Special per .pound........... BARTLETT PEARS per dozen 35c LIME 35c 2S.c Brand, 35c ck well's 40c 25c 25c 25c 22c 22c 25c lOc 30c Bargain Bulletin BLACKBERRIES 1 A- Special, per box..... EXTRA SPECIALS OLIVES. Lunch Queen or Man- zanillas. 16 oz. bottles. Reg- ular 45c. Very special LIBBY'S TOMATO SAUCE. Large bottles. Reg. 36c. Oft- Special, per bottle SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. tfi fin 23 bars.........., Jl.UU Cocoa Special 20 Ibs. B. C. SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's ftp Perfection Cocoa GRAPE JUICE. PA- Quarts GRAPE CIDER. Reg. ,70c gal. Extra special, per gal. CA., .Tugs extra APPLES. Good cooking. OC- 5 BARTLETT PEARS. For pre- serving, to 91 per case CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF Half pound tins CLARKES SOUP 1 A- .ill kinds pel tin IvC FPENCH MUSHROOMS 07 Special per tin fe It CANNED Ifi Large sire Heavy pack IwV TOMATO CATSUP 35c OA_ 2 Ib tins, 2 for CORN MEAL Special. 10 Ibs...- Whole WHEAT FLOUR 1C 10 In. sack SCHEPE'S Shredded-Cocoa- nut. Speolal, per Ib. CRISCO. per tin, 35c, 70c and MONK GLASS CUSTARD Oft BLANC MANGE POW- DEB. 1 Ib. tlnf LIBBY'S PORK 4 BEANS Large tins. Special ,2 tins plum and alack cuittnt with 4 In. pails ourrajnt, grape, crab apple or red currant. Special ISr per tumbler IwV PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Srond. 1 pound tins....... FINEST B. C. TOMA- TOES. 2 Ibs....... SWEET POTATOES pounds TRA'NSCENDENT CRAB APPLES CA per case......... PLUMS ACf per basket TOKAY GRAPES OA- per pound fcwt. PEACHES. B. C. tT Crawford, per case 29c 25c 25c HUDSON'S BAY CO. y ri'hdencou T who was given away her father, wore a gown of pure white crepe de with chiffon 'cf.-i trimmed with bands of lta 'iitin with 'c-ustomary veil chilghi -with orange blossoms, and carried a large shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. The.groom was supported by F. Clar- ence Tanner, 'brother of the- bride, 'lihe'brtde was attended by Miss trice Hakcr. of; Regina. who wore a gown of pink silk with picture hat to match, and carried a bouquet of pink and white roses. Little -Miss Dorothy slater of'Mie onae, made -a- very charming flower girl, and looked >en petit in a dress of white net over pale blue silk pink roan buds and carried a basket of pink Meet teas Mrs JTRBner, mother of the bride, K a rose roloied satin gow i with Tjlack hat K. tt Ilobin-O" orgahisi.'jpreB'ded jit the playing- wed- ding'march as the -wedding Jiarty, entered and Jlendelssohn's march after the ceremony as the party left the church. Following the-ceremony ,1 wedding breakfast was served at tlie home of the bride's Jloosa Jaw Times. Mi and Mrs. Walters will' rejtda at :UlV'4th Avenue South on their return to. the city. BID s E TE good te ;