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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rC'BlWVSKPTRMBER 0, 1010 THE "LETHnmriGE, HERALD PAGE NINE L- -_ _ MM MB "g I I I I I I At rVTn A I EXTRA! EXTRA! At Rylands To-night Middy Waists S dozen white Middy ivi Colored collars. only (iiii'ls' Dresses: T The halnnce of onr wash oreBses. yp to Jl.iiti; While Fl 106 vards of fine while nelotte'. Tonight, 1 ft _ 'a'yard................. Children's Vests Fine; while wool mixture voste or drawers. Each Ladies'. Vests Kail welghl, low neck, with Kail weight, low nccK. wim Children's Jerseys.. aioevos. CA_ in r, v-Kri. Ural navy Extra Special !i to li y-jvn. lied or wllito.' Button.! at AA An extra special bargain, ill -Ladles' Natural Pongee Silk Waists. All new styles to 44; Regular ?2.75 to ?3.50 values. To- night Sateen Bloomers For girls, 2 to 14 year Very special AQp at till. Fleeced Sleepers Kxtra quality, with drop fjf seats. Any size........ IOC 'Aiiy Walur- al color. Well taped. 3 to DC year Corset. Bargains.. ,100 pairs otf'D: Corsets. AH new hiodflls on sale. QC Tonight only 3OC Grey Flannelette Mill' ends of grey Dorset. lies uurtol2Sic a yard. To-1 1C'., night, per yard Ladies' Hosiery .'Black cashmere, mixture. She' ,8'Vi to..tO, On. sale fc-l Aft tonight only. 3 pair We, Can Save You From 25c to on Guilds' Shoes. We have still about 100 pairs Girls' High Grade Shoes. Sizes to in patent or gunmetal leathers, button or lace styles. At before the .war prices. I ,iws crtmiectiun with .tin; Western" Canada Lumber Co.. and is moving, on, to Me, (arm. near (Miiroshpliu .Pretoria. Union of South -Africa, Sept. .0, via London, Sept. Louis Botha, premier of thn South African Union, announced today that an aningement had been made to send natives, to Prance .for dock iahor. -The natives will be recruited voluntarily and will lie organized in- tp five battalions of 2000 men eacji, undei military discipline with trust ed officers. Each battalion will" have a chaplain and Us own men as of- ficers, while a fully equinjied' hospital will be provided for the contingent Gen. Botha saidr.tlre .the; result of a request made bj the na lives allowed to Bassist in, Europe as they-llad done in German South Africa. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. E. Craddock wish to thank their many friends for the deep sympathy shown them in the loss of their little. Baby JSimne Among the mau> beautiful flowers ?ere those from Mr. and Mrs. Hutch- msou and Jiarrj v Grannie Ingrara Hthel lennme Ileane and .Meulbron Staff Sep. .Kerr Co. Mr and I H OReijIej Mrs Glaspej Mias Sehtaek Mr R Bos sert Mrs Jno 'Snarmau Mi and Mra Geo! Kerr. Mr. H. -u. Morgan. Mjss V. Neve, Muriel Hyssop, Mr. and Mrs Fraclie, AlrcR.-J.-Baldry, Mrs. Giffjn Wesley Ladies' Aid; Terrill Floral Co, and .others Lieut. Harold Higinbothani of Ihe Black Kcuent Letter From Him..... llr. .1. D. IllBinliuthani has just linen notified Unit Ills son. I.ictlt. Harold Torrance Iliglnbotliain. of tbu "Hlack Watcli" was officially reported wound- ed on tlie fitli inst.. and was also suffering from shell shock. In a-let-: lor from Harold only received on Tuesday be says: "The general way of looking at things is: "You have not long to live, so live :is well as you can. while you so that whenever it is possible uxler tlie conditions, we fare very well Indeed. I only wish I could give you the news, but It is not iienuissible to :uiivey happenings or move- ments, so I must simply burst by lOldlng it. I often to destroy lien's letters when censoring, on ac- count of their indiscreet utterances. i am enclosing my C. M. S. certi- ficate, which was forwarded to me icre. Tlie "distinguished" subjects (topography and law) means a total percentage during the three months rf over 85 per cent. To pnss at all was Gii per cent, and many failed. Once when out of the firing line for a very short time, and away from even the 'sound of war. I got to know a very fine French family, mother, mint 'grandmother and three splen- did daughters of 1C to 19. They own a large chateau with acres of gardens which they only usu in the summer. These people over here know how to live, and they are hospitality person- illed. 1 had all the tennis, billiards, tea in the gardens and rows on their lake that 1 could squeeze into Ihe time. It seems now like a taste of heaven itself after the other awful ihamtiles. I am kept fearfully busy. A bomber's lot is not a lazy one. There is a big responsibility and a number of men to direct and super- vise. I am shipping a nag ot sam- ples clothes, and equipment to Mr Junkm tlnongh Cox H Co London If invthing a1 ould happen see that you get it, AUTO WORRlEi CAUSE SUICIDE Til" regular inoiiuily meeting of the held Monday evening in tlie J. O. O. p.'linn. a .Miss A. .M. Wilson has returned from the coast where slit; has been iur'lliu iiast two months. Dr. ami J. Cibson have re- turned from "a month's trip io east- ern cities. Stv .Mary's t W. A. will hold the regular meeting in the palish hall on afternoon-at o'clock. II. Stoval of Atlanta. formerly'a resident of Letlih.ridgo tor many years, is visiting .Mrs. C. A. Littlu. illsn Resale, little lias, returned from Calgary accompanied by Mra. E. ISckersley of that city. The regular monthly meeting of hte Nursing MisHion will 1m hold on -Mon- day afternoon at 4 o'clock in tlie V. M. C.'A. Mr. Lorne Laidlaw, .Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, and Miss Dorothy Hail, left recently for ;i motor trip to Golden, li. Mat Mr. E. Micliener, .M.P.P., left on Thursday for California to rest after his rec'.ent Deer Advo- cate. ft .Mrs. E. A. Snow, wife of Rev. E. A. Snow, in charge of St. .Mary's parish, will receive for the first time since the city, on Tuesday aiid Wednesday; afternoons. Mrs. W. C. ives and children, who have been visiting at the Ives' ranch near Pincher Creek, have returned to llrs.-.lres spent most of the summer at. Victoria, where Justice Ives remained until Sept. 1. Mrs. M. E. Roy returned home to- day from a visit to Winnipeg and other eastern cilies. Siie was accom- "hi hei dailghtei Mrs B Ojctu> or Medicine Hal who will spend in the Mr and Mrs J St Uair Blackett of Edmonton-announce the engime ment of their eldest daughter liei nice Jo Major Ir-F Haidisl> of the ,11-ft baftalion C El I the eddm0 to talie Place shoilb Still Need YoUi Contribution, M Up Befoie Mondaj .Mr': I'K W. NesiiUl. manager nf tlie Mercbants tlie city, and Mrs. Nesbllt. residence in "id-ill thft home of the late. Mrs. Finlay has taken a cottage In Victoria for the winter season, and was accompanied lo the coast by Mrs. U. Pinlay and the children, who will remain tuero for several weeks. --Medlclmi. Hat News. II was patriotic day at tlie Hudson's Hay tea-room yesterday, that is the Ouughtijrs of the ISmpiro were in charge and the proceeds are to be given to the patriotic fund. Mrs. P. W. Downer. Mrs. .1. K. Murrell- Wright. .Mrs. K. H. HIM and .Miss Asb- ton waited on tlie 'guests. At one table, which was- gaily decorated with red poppies. .Mrs; ,1. it. llceb enier- tained .Mrs. Walker and Miss Walker of Macon, Mo., Mrs. Patterson, Iowa, Mrs. It. Uaniol. Mrs. M. V. John- ston, -Mrs. S. S. IJunham and -Mrs. K. 15. SUeltll.! Mr. and' Mrs.- H'. 'Danier.Tcountry home was tile a merry party last night, when in honor of :Mrs. Daniel's sister, Miss- Nell Walker of Macon, Mo., twenty -young people were entertained. -the early part of tlie evening several interesting games of five hundred were played, and after delicious refreshments bad been served, dancing was enjoyed. Tlie guests who motored out were: Misses Alary Ball of Fargo. N. D.. .Miriam Stoltzo, Bessie iiazell. Nellie Helen .McKillo'p, Muriel Mac- Leod. Downer. LieutK. Martin and Blundeli, Sergt. Home anil Messrs. Scott. Oliver, Hose, .McLean and Pat- terson. The ladies of Wesley church who use any of the eleven products of the Royal Crown Soaps. Limited, are asked to save all coupons and-bring or send them to the October meeting of the Ladies' Aid. These coupons will be passed on to the W. O. T. who redeem them for cash, and who use the proceeds for their traveller's aid work. Every one hundred cou- pons mean -fifty but only to the W. C. T. LT. Collections will again be made'in February and .lune. If you are not already using these soaps etc.. kindly give'them'a trial. In so "Slid" saving' yoiir' you' will be, at no cost to yourself, help- ing prpvide, protection for women and children while-travelling. KejAolds Ail Wilson A quiet wedding took place at the Presbyterian manse. Cowloy. on Sep- tembe'r fith. when George Davidson Dewart was united in tlie bonds of holy matrimony to Miss Alberta Clel- land, second daughter, 'of-- the ---late Michael Clelland, of Lacliute, Que- Lamont la Sen Prfd 1 tier 'a years hmiBelr a ne? aulomotlle of a It woiiliin't work: Bder. worried ahoct it for several days. Then he gave TO, and hanged hfmself in a barn Oier500 in Calio recentl iccepte.d in.iuations tj i stei eopticonT lecture on Ihe L pe of Christ. The number of communicants in the parish of Trinit) chill ob New, I York is now OJ11 is the Ur gest numher in its n At tile i ecent election of officers of T.ethhridBe Lodge Knights of Collim hns the following were chosen' to fill 'the office! for the ensiling year: Grand .T. Sehl i Deputy Grand Galll- van. Qninn. B Kennedv .1. English. V. Coolin. Ryan. Long rlnside J. Koen. 'jjOulside I Sta ib Tuiilec I) Brown Chas Walsh J. Vaselenak, 1 Up-to-date Passenger Service Sept. 20. 26 Oct 17- Dot 24 MONTREAL Siturnia Athcnia Full information from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE1 H. E. General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, Granville St. day the 113th MltiPs Sana I fjnd nionnis and Capt Asquitli nt I whose request the banil came Jo Lath i ge is h ghh rath the fti tne people of 'ue f-ltj are tucm put of then dilemna "With, the two concerts at the Empress and Or- pheum tomorrow, night, the .fund should, reach Ihe S30U mark hy .Mon- day. The fund now stands Previously acknowledged Lethhridge Brewing Co. W. H. ttipley C. C. Collins freight office Geo. Stacey G. W. Green .T. T. Livie J. S. Kirkham .1. Rossiter Anonymous Tommy Atkins' Dig sister .1. Ritchie Peterson '1 and my Pal' G. H. Cripps A lillle Helper .Simpson Co. Ltd. Mr. and Mrs.. G. H. Hal-man Do you1 want an Interest in a new development association? i Lad "n letieb and pi 11 Hte mdiu I duals milted men not excluded In a talk given to Knot chuich Lad 3 00 s ies 4id bocieti on fillers Aid IQO'work Dr Dctweiler slid we 1 "0 'stal ed a gold claim now we must 01 1 development companj to de oOO. bOJ bO 1 00 1.00 100 oO 100 100 100 -velon the mine We find this metaphorically coriect The Central C l U which has shouldered the responsibiliu of our Letlbllllge Tiaiellers Me1 ha source of revenue in which uu eierjbods i Ichor-poor can help and ol) would not be willing to aid sucli 10001 a nortln cause thes can do it -without extra cost enture to siv there i not a YE OLDE FIRME Heintzmari Co. Piano 'as Stood the Test for 65 Years and is Still j lo its Long List I S Enthusiastic Friends the Music-loving People V 1 A Now You Owe it :to Yourself and family 'to thoroughly Investigate placing 1 piano nome If proper care and thought be pills tl k choice '-lUs' v t Wr'tffor Catilbjlie and at LOCAL HEADQUARTERS KILLED IHE SK Martin's Ferry O Sept ping out of the shrubbery along the t Gens Run three niile's uest of here two foreigners shot and fatally Bounded Lee Ranhin mtendent of tlio Florence mine of the. Ohio GOB! Co ibok a corf taming m ners Day from the s automobile inrt Escaped Rank hi hour aftei fhe hold up help to support this work ;The above mentioned soap company handles eleven different articles in soaps, laundry and.. toilet, washing ppwdei s ammonia pow der and es j which are coupon bearing. They have promised to sive the W C T U for H'raBelles work 50 cents per hm ui ed on coupon collected them sallow this tan a source of gola everybody will help. This means you of.its-patriotism; sec Berlin mtondon Sept Forces of tlie ct utral noners in the Carpa thiao mountains northwest of> Kap.ul, saya today's official German report, yielded yesterday to the pressureitex- erted by thet Russians. j t Berlin, via London, Sept. The Anglo-French Infantry attacks on the river Somme in France slackened b u r o Ti- statement. The British attempt tq advance, at Fpureaux wood wood X and tlie -night attacks by the, French against the German positions In the court sector were not successful. ond with patriotism ranks loyalty'.to; home trade. In using -this .uoap--you j ere encouraging western manufacture and the.'same-time hu- mane work of assisting women and children, who travel unaccompanied. After the war there will be an influx immigrants, probably among them a great many women who require the assistance of our Travellers' Aid wo- men. The cry for "prcparednesaV, i Applies in this connection. We print below a list of the above _eiitioiiea.. boupon' beat ing articles. Cut it out and tack it up in your en for reference With Lethbi idge nv ater a little washing powder added enhances the effect or these boapt. foi laundrj pur- poses. the ladifs societies have al leidj thomseUes this elopment pi Ladies Aid Knox Church I adies and tha local Chapter ot the Eastern Star trust oihei societies aie also ready to fall-in line. List of coupon in packages Soap. Crown hpap Royal ;Crown Washing. powderL Royaii Crown Lye, RoyaJ, .Crftwn Witcb Hazel Toilet Soap Royal; Crown Levdta Soap. Crojsin Powdered Ammonia Golden West packages Goldeii West Washing Powder. Golden West Lye. SAT. NIGHT A On Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. Uoyal l-'roiil anli 'uacfc gd iitj M uJp of finest coutil -tour iud six hotki snpiicjteiH tfjl Tonight Special, Ladies' Pine White Ilnbnlai Silk All to si led from HegtiUr 84 00 inlueb Grey and WUitc Kti-iped Turkish Towels Sizes by IS inches. Tonight only, pair Checked Tea Towelling LM inehes wide. Extra special quality. Tonight -t r Sanitary ChamOis-Dusters Sizes 18 inches by inehes. Tonighl only, each............. ..........9c Irish Linen Handkerchiefs Real lace- borders. Regular price SI. 25 to 1 Tonight only'! H l Ladies' Collars In fine lawn and silk qualities in standup and long back' shapes. Regular 75c. Tonight special, each Scrims and Voiles In ecru and ivory colors. Neatly worked borders. Q Regular to 30c. Tonight, yard ......y. 1UC Book Spilt Curtain Muslin Extra fine quality. 36 inches wide. Regular 20c. C _ eciaJtonight, yatd -IOC Sp Bar Chocolates SAYS' HEARST. SHOULD QUIT Ont., Sept. J. Stiuart M. P. for West "-.milton, afeked yesterday regarding a third! !par6y in Ontario, stated that be noOung about-it, but thought that Premier Hearst- ivould'.qult.. -He was utterlv untenable leading the paitj and had been verj 'tBCtlesVm snubbing. Conservative depntations, lie stated made numerous blunders. your f Polish and purify Choking Utensils Old Dutch jThe Hygienic Cleanser tfireF" mofttni Have tried on Peter'syMilk. KUt Milk; Cowan's Chocolate Ice Bar, OP Lowney's Jiilk Bar, etc. Tonight, S bars for Candy Special- i Preserved Fig. Caramel, Grocers' Mixed Jelly Fruits, eiiocolate 'etc' 'Special tonight, Ib. Boys'. Box-OalfBlucher Boots A strong boot Tor school wear. Sizes 1. to n. Special tonight, pair Rob Boy Cigars .Saturday night special. .6 25c II. B. Cut Plug Half pound tins Tonight, tin 50c HUDSON'S BAY CO. BRAND' k Butter Took First Prize in Competition With; the Whole of Canada at the Toronto Exposition. Made by Carlyle Dairy, Ltd. Lethbridge Branch TL i !i Crystal Dairy Your, Grocer For This Butter ;