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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19H H 5J R ID G E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Saturday Bargains At is our fii-st list of Fall Barsains. They are goods you will lieecl in the near future, and actual necessities, and tlie savings arc unusual for'so early in the season. As the quantities are limited we will not accept any phone orders ior the goods advertised. A Chance To Buy Your Winter Coat at Cost Sounds rather at c.oit price" at the beginning of the It is true. Here is tlie reason East- ern njanufocturer an error sent us on twenty more than hie ordjor called they must go back. It .3 roohoy to 20 coats back to Montreal, so the manufact to Gananoque after the re- ceptiqn. Clubs and Societies The Women's Civic club mei ywter- day afternoon' with Mrs. Joseph Jackson and a business and sewing numier'o-f her friends nesday evening. Twenty-four gather- ed at her homo to give her a hearty welcome hack, and the evening was KONISSBERQ JN FLAMES London? Sept dispatch to the Post from Copenhagen itates that re- have heen received there from .Stettin that the Russian! 'are bom- barding Konljiherg, the itrong Ger- man fortrui in Prusila; part of city li'- pleasantly spent in games, music and dancing, dainty, refreshments being served. Mr. and airs. W. W. McGregor of Cranbrook announce rtlte marriage of their sister, 'Mary Petricla, to Al- exander P. Hanley, at their home on Tuesday, September 8. At home after October 1 at Vie'wcourt apartments, Medicine Hat. The foregoing ivHl'-be] interesting to the.bride's many iriends here. Miss McGregor formerly 'taught music ir the Garbutt Business College in thii city. The ladies of the city are taking great interest iii the men it-'the front and finished, articles are being sent m rapidly to Mrs. .G. W loblnEon, regent of the I.pjD.B. Any who. have not helped co far and who HKe 'o can get full particulars rom Mrs. Rohlnsou. The cause Is 'orthy of the womeii' of JLethbridge. A very pretty took placi on Monday, Sept: 7th, at 6 o'cloc! at the'home of Mrs. _ Job Farm, when her second daughter iaimah Maria was united m marriage lo Mr Albert R C G Joigon, of Kinnondale, eld st son of Mr and Mrs R Morgon of Liverpool, The Rev. Canon McMillen, o! Letb -bridge, performed the ceremony in. the presence of a large number of guests and quite a lot of sewing was done. ,Ths. ladies are sewing for the poor of tho city, to whom they give the aufcicles through the Nursing Mission. Wesley Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon with a large attendance, It 'was decided to shortly ihold a progres- sive dinner, the date to be announced later. The Ladles' Aid of Trinity (church will meet with the managers in the church at-8 o'clock on Friday evening. Saturday's Shopping Economies Items of real interest to all who have pur- chases to make this week end. Bead every, item and shop early. S2.25 OVERCOATS for men, }15.0u values.. MEN'S HEAVY CO sack Positively. .One: Only tc Eich Cuitorrwr. ..55c 49-l> sack 24-lb sack, 28c Brand.' S3.50 SOc [19is 35c CHEESE, per pound FRENCH PEAS 3 cans tor ROBIN HOOD 8-lb sack 20-ft sack ......830 2 VINE BRAND STRAWBERRIES tor 3 Pounds B. C. CELERY............ 5 Pound! >RiOE CRAWFORD PEACHES .Per crate............. 25c 85c Hudson's Bay Co, Tlie Art Needlework club "will meet on Monday allefnoutt with Mrs. William Scott, 12151. Fourth; Ave. The Junior W. A, of' St. -Cyprian's church will hold the first meeting of the season tomorrow "-afternoon in the parish room. AU members girls of the Sunday school, wish become members, are asked Ladies' Aid met fc'tha yesterday afternoon wttfe a good attendance, The meeting WBS an. one, and bright plans were dtscusscd with regard, to the winter's work, St. Cyprian's Woman's AmtHsiy met yesterday itfth 9, fair attendance 'and plans for the fall work discussed A bazaar will be in No- at 2 o'clcok sharp. FOOD FACTS What An M. D. Learned, A phyBieian went through a food experience which .public. "It was my own experience thai first led me to advocate, Grape-Nuts food and I also know, from having prescribed it to convalescents and other weak patisnts, that the food is a wonderful rebuilder and restorer of nerve and brain tissue, as well as muscle. It improves' "the digestion and sick patients gain very rapidly, just, as I did in strength and weight. VI such a low state that i had to gi% P up my work entirely, and went to "the mountains, but. two months there did not improve me; in L I nas ret as when I left home. "My food did not sustain me and it became plain that I must change. Thfn I began to use Grape-Nuts foort and in two weeks I could walk a mile vithont fatigue, and In five weeks 're- :urned to my home and practice, tak- ng up hard work again. Since that mine I have felt at, well ind strong as did in my life "As a physician who oeeks to help all sufferers, I consider it a duty to make these facts public." Name giv- en-by Canadian Fostum Co., Windsor, Ont. Trial 10 days of Orapc-Nuts, Then regular food does not seem to sustain he 4iody, works wonders. "There's a Reason." Look in pkgs. for tho famous little "The Road to Wellvllle." Eytr read the above litter? A new ono.spptsrt from tlms tints. Thty rt'genuiiu, (Ml d human Groceries! For the Economical Housewife who wants her dollars -to go far in providing for the home FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER This wveek z pounds for...... JELLY POWDERS This week for............ TOILET SOAP 8 cakes for CORN FLAKES' 3 packages for................ LEE'S SWEET PICKLES Regular 35c. now H6INTZ TOMATO SOUP Regular 25c now.............. LIBBY'S SLICED PEACHM This 3 tint for........... BARTLETT PEARS Large for PRESERVING PLUMS This week ROBIN HOOD BREAKFAST CEREAL This .week 2 for. CADBURY'S 'CHOCOLATES, packed eipaclally fgr ourielvcs-2-! pound and balf pound 7Cjt Per' pound .Iwif LIME JUICE This GRAPE JUICE CCA This week, 2 for.........................99G HEINTZ BEANS Regular 15c nqw......... 65c 25c 25c 25c 25c 20c 50c 95c 25c MELBA Regular 50p now LIBBY'S SLICED PINEAPPLE This week 3 tins tor PRESERVING PEACHES This week OR GRAVEN- STEINS....................... DILL PICKLES This week VAN CAMP'S HOMINY This 2 S ani (or.......................... EQOO BAKING POWDER S5o, 50c and BRISKET OF BEEP IN GLASS Regular BOo HOT MINCED RAZOR CLAMS This week......................... RIPE TOMATOES 20 pound boxes, this week.......... LAURENTIA MILK Large, 2 for BRAND'S A1 SAUCE Regular 35c novr................... OEUATINE OF CHICKEN AND TONGUE FINEST C. CELERY On sale, ner 45c 95c 20c 40c 65c 15c 90c 25c 25c 40c 10c 5 Phone us your orders for Cantaloupes, Teaches, Pears, Grapes, Bananas, Sweet Potatoes, Watermelons and Head Lettuce. Keep your eye on Kerr's Window." Quality and Prices talk. PROMPT DELIVEEY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Geo. Kerr Co. PHONES 1602 AND 1453 ;