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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY; THE LETHBRIDCiK DAILY IIERMS0 PAGE SEVEN; PI A DVF LLAKKL THE UDIES' STORE Exceptional Values in DRES8 FABRIC8 r And a particularly broad variety of newestL'weaves now ready for your choosing. DIAGONAL WORSTED j.' Plum, FRENeH-tCASHMERE6 Navy, cardinal am! jlA black. 42' in. Special VIYtLLA FLANNELS. Likht and "7C.. (lark col 11 in Special I DIAGONAL SUITING 44 In Brqwn, tioponlmgon plum anil black 4 A Special GRANITE-CLOTH Very clean wearing, all dM A A .wanted colors. BROADCLOTH SUITINGS Lovely fine quality. Very scarce goods. All 7C colors.............. Beautiful rich nulling green and navy. GABERDINE SUITING. Brown, green, plum, grey- and black. 50 Indies. Yard TUSSAH CLOTH BlacIT'only. 42 inches. teed colors. Prices and Guaran- 1 7C SPLENDID SERGES Navy and black. Extra A j Aft special value. 42 in. tpl.UV CHEVIOT SUITINGS Navy and black. Fine and heavy twill. 59 inches. 52.25 and I 0 Lovely New Fall Kimonas Plain Crepe Kinioiuts of Crepes, Silks and Wool Challies Skj Copenhagen pink old rose hello etc Trimmed with shirrod ribbons piping and cord girdle. Lovely value at and A'clour Kimonas v Verj and warm Prettj oriental in light and dark colors Special value Cballle Kimonas Beautiful dainty goods. Stripes and plain colors. floral border combined in- liandaohie elfects.-CoIora mauve, black'and white, etc. Vnm 98 00 and Dainty Silk Kimonas Handsome floral and scroy designs in ahcc old; rose heliotrope etc Beautiful selling at STYLISH DRESS AND FUR SET FOR EARLY FALL WEAR The'round turban edged with a band of fur with band running undei the neck The dress of'Rodiers wool em- broidered double "type in old red with a blue, cloth collar and cuffs and em- broid The: muff is suspended by a blue jewelled muff ribbon. Jpuys BUSINESS STETTLER (.From Our Own Correspondent) 'Barons, Sept Grant broth of' B A, Grant, lias shipped liis threshing outilt from North Dakota UieroAeing'notnlng there to thresh. II Ji! Hattaen'has purchased a Iiard- -An. Stcttler. AHa., and leaies today with his son Ljnum to takejatock j 'Agifn Schofer ifcs his of at S'pohane Alessrs Mbir act ed Us Agents J4 j {Tr I RECORD PRICE11 H F ;V FOR WHEAT Sept A ptcori pr. crop has just plld to George Frank reeve of St Cle- mpnto, and farmer. Air. Frank', "fl.64 per bushel for his entire William Frank farm at East Selkirk Mr FVmnH hud almost 100 acres of wheat on tlits farm which ran 25 bushels to and gradpd No 1 Northern tfe> wts paid bonus over Winnipeg spot prices by the milling company for hte'erop. 1224 Receiving -Tomdrrpw Airs. E. Snow, TOD 4th Avenue South Lieut Charlie Kerr of the 113th Lcthhri-lge Highlanders, Sarcee, ia spending a few. days in the city. Fleming and children left this morning to. spend a month at Vancouver. her cousin Mrs Rock of Ghiqago armed m the city on MinaTji !Vffir> Ball of patients paying .part fee- (i; patients iiayihg full fce-4; patients- cared -for free 12. Groceries were supplied to 14 fami )ies meat to I1 families fresh milk to o f untiles clothing for ona I infant; coal to "2'families; water rates paid for 8 families bread tor A fami lies new clothing made for 1 girl clothing and to fami lies': underwear' for 1 man. Charity rates were obtained for 2 women. to go back to their homes in England. Five calls for outside nurses were supplied; 31 calls for women foi day's work; calls for men for days work. Donation of new baby clothing from Mrs. M. P. Johnston's class of i girls was much appreciated. j No. of new patients 26; old patients 6; metro patients 3. No. of profcs sional :calla (day) Ii7' i'6 all day) professional culls (night) 17, (7 al! friendly and relief calls 53 business calls' 64; .office calls 84; a total of ;t35. No. of patients paying, full fee-fl; paying part fee 9; cared for free 11. Groceries have been supplied to 15. families; meat to 8 families; 'bread to 2 families: fresh.milk to 4 families; Horlick's .Malted itllk for one baby; beef tea for one patient; new boots for one child; water rates paid for 2 families; coal has been sent rto 3 families; R. R. ties to 2 families; warm coats were given lo 2 women who were leaving the city; worn clothing and boots given to 9 families Six calls for outside cases supplied; 28 calls for women for day's work supplied; 11 calls for-men for ilay's work supplied-; 2 calls; -for maids. (Signed) A. XL TILLEY, Superintendent. WFONFSnAY STORF NFWS I? 1 u 1 1 TAJ iJ Specials for Wednesday From Our Men's Dept. Men's Work Shirts In prints; drills, ginghams, cliainhrays. Regular CO., S5c to WedncBilay special Men's Special Grey Woo] Socles 35 cents a pair. i pairs for...... Men's Hats In colors of blue, grey, black and brown. Odd no _lines. Regular 52.SO. Special, each............ A Few Boys' Soldier Suits In serges. Small sizes only. Regular (fo List of Grocery Specials On Sale To-morrow No. 1 DAIRY BUTTER 2 pounds vOC PEAMEALED BACK 13y the piece. Special per pound Sliced, per pound GINGER SNAP BIS- CUITS, 2 pounds Quaker CORN FLAKES Special, C for FLOUR OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND. Extra spec AA PANCAKE ,15c .27c 30c 23c 45c iiil. IIS Ib. Sack AUNT JEMIMA'S FLOUR. per packet PLUMS. Pineal, eating. Per basket "PEACHES For preserving. Very special. fcl OC Per crate- tpl.intl MACINTOSH RED APPLES. 3 pounds.. APPLES. Finest eating pounds for SALMON FINEST B. C. RED per tin SUGAR COFFEE SPECIAL 20 Ibs. Finest B. C. Sugar and 1 pound Chase Sanborn's Coffee TEA H. B. Co.'s SPECIAL-dJI AA pounds 25c 25c 19c Wed. Specials from Dress Goods and Staple Dept. Sheppard's Check Dress Goods Extra fine qiallt 44 inches wide. CO- Wednesda> spi.ua] uOC Stamped Hemstitched Pillow On 40 4' and 44 Special each Navy Pm Stripe Dress Goods inches wide. Splendid quality for skirt making Special per vard Linen Handkerchiefs Hemstitched Tine q lalitj Prices: 3 for 2oc 2 foi "oc and each New Autumn Fashions From which a splendid choice of Ladies' Fall Suits and Coats, Misses and Ohild- ;'ren's Coats and Gowns can he made. They display' stunnmg style in quality and tailoring aiid surpass all our previous efforts in. variety, exclush'e- pess. and the moderate price we are asking for them. An inspection of these new Fall. Models will readily coii- vinc'e you, of our position to give the best in autumn ap- parel. Housefurnishings Specials White Table Oilcloth Beat quklitj 4a inches wide Ifir Special, yard JUL 20 Only, Metal Framed Lamp Shades Silk lined Large Idell lor "lining rooms, dens JQ etc Regular S3 7o .gpecial ENAMELWARE Kettles, large size each ......fi9c Potato Pots, large size Tea pots, all sizes, each .....45c Wednesday Boot Specials Ladies' Black Siiede Button Boots With neat rounded toe and Cuban heel A dressy fall 0O QQ shoe All sizes Regular 56 50 Wednesday ,pair Children's White Canvas Slippers Sizes 8 to 1014 Regular Jl 3" To clear, pair Ladies' Bliick.Patent Button Boots Kid tons SpleudldH made toe and well shaped heel Regular Special Wednesday pair THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. and her gueat, Fargo, N D tor --Banfl yester who has been HI with diphtheria has been dis chaigedTfroin No 14 stationary hos pital, Boulogne, and is now conva- lescmt, "at Hope Lodge Moffat Scot Hnd Hone Lodge is i beautiful pri vate home 'oVned. by two Scotch ladies who have %ery Jclndly placed the d4snosal of convalescing Ca i ,4, f f 'In honoV ot her son Charlie s first fc Mornsjentertain ed six little; youngsters thcii nipthers afternpon Mrs. prtaidteti al the tea table, with a birthday cakl one Saskatoon, Sept. phases of Ufa In the busy west were portrayed by Sir George' Foster and his associ atcs on the Dominion's royal commis iuu nneu the party met in session in the council chamber and later, were taken to the government storage ele- vator, where every process by which grain is stored and cleaned was An automobile trip through the fields of stocks, which was of especial interest to the old, country members of the commission was con- cluded by passing a registration booth where many of the women of the clty were found registering as voters' to entitle themselves to cast a'ballpt n hen the Dlebisclte on the t itim of the government liquor stores is taken in December. This was of. especial Interest to Sir. George, the father of the prohibition and wo mans suffrage moiement in Canada He discussed business questions with much animation Mith several of the GERMANS SEIZE THIRTY MILLION POUNDS The Hague, Sent. London) The Belgisch Dagblad announces that the Gorman authorities have seized candle- H. M. Belcher, managing director of Gaults, Ltd., wholesale dry goods company of Montreal a.id Winnipeg, was !u the city yesterday. He had just Tmde an auto tour of the south countrv and thinks prospects for zuture business in tins district ale magnificent Southern Alberta mer charits'Thad better stock'up this fall, he said The farmers are going to much money tbej wont know to do with it all Rcalh the crop is magnificent and it being saved in fine condition This will see harvest over to all Infnts and purposes DIES Washington Sept Gray Washington correspondent of the Mm neapolis Journal died m his office yes terday from indigestion Mr who was 54 years old "was on the editorial staff of the Journal for REPORT Of NURSING MISSION FOR JULY AND AUGUST (July) No of new'patients No of old No a' metro patients 2 No of professional calls (day) 166 professional mils (night) friendly and relief calls 14 business calls 54 office calls a tdttl No of which had been placed In Hie editorial staff of the Journal foi the colters of the Belgian National, many jears wai major of Minne bank in consequence of the iuspensloY apolis in 183D aid. democratic candi ot the moratorium The paper says for Minnesota in the Germans have offered to pay flve lijlO_________________ per cent interest and to return the .fe, money two jeais after the c'ose of t RAID OVER BELGIUM the war WILSON FAVORS WOMEN.VOTING Atlantic City N J Sept umph for the women suffrage-cause 'in a'little while" was predicted- Sy President Wilson here tonight, in :a speech before the annuil American Suffrage of the National Association ..London. Sept. of the aerial, raids over Belgium which have ieenVa daily. occurrence, was an- nounced officially as follows liaval aeroplanes yesterday attack ed the railway siding and ammunition dump, at Lichtervelde (18 miles south- of Brugei) The machines re turned safely VS i fen fimte- TE A London, ualities m thfe war during- the month of August, accorc'-" to a compilation here from the German casualty .totalled brings the Qerman total since the Beginning of the war, as corn plleji from the same sources, to These ffgures include all the German nationalities but do not naval and colonial The detailed figures for the follow Killed? prisoners, missing, wounded, total, Detailed figure's for the period of end of August, 1916: Kiljed, prisoners, wounded, 000. .Total, Yesterday the Kilties went out and got sevei reciuits Today thej signed on two more.and.tney arc still com- ing Two Americans decided to have a little excitement-so signed to- day.. They Neilson _ot Utah, a mmei, and Douglas hails from Nyssa, Oregon Capt AsqUltl) of the Highlanders states that'iHr the final examination of the regiment by the overseas medi cnl hoard only one per cent of the men were rejected This, He says, constitutes a record for Sarcee camp and shons what fine phypica! sped the Kilties really are NUMBER IN PARTY London, Sept party of 400 have''sailed homeward; 60 officers, 16 nursing sisters, 25 insane TsolSfern, 42 soldiers as escort, 46 discharged soldiers -.UJS medically unfit 108 civilians, princi- pally relatives of the men London, Sept lOr-General Brussil Off in an interview -jrith the corres pondent of the Chronicle at the "Russian fronfe tp'reiliotl the end of the war by August "The AustroHungarian' as sailed from all he said; ''won't be able to stand much longer before the hordes of enemies hurl big themselves, prepar- ing to increase vigor of their blows The intervention of Rumania is 'an event ol the first order.: I am no prophet, the future is' in God's bands 'But if I had to make a hypothesis 1 should be inclined .to that the month of August, might see the end of our memorable :tyor.t. 'The present war is one-whlqh impossible for the allies to .lose, al though a great deal remains to; be ac- complished A successful result .s al ready in our hands, 'the game is al ready won." SETS CROSS Previously acknowledged Sarah Smith J. W. Boulton Dr. Lafferty .J2S6.35- bO 100 1.00. 1267.85 CANADA'S DEBT DOUBLE3 Ottawa, Sent Stands at This is an m crease of J23 since July 31 and of since this time last ieai The net debt has nearly douoied since the war commenced. Sept has been received that Capt. B. H. Matheson, son of his grace, Archbishop Mathe- son of Ruperts' Land, has received the Military Cross Oapt Matheson left here with the first contingent a private in the 16th battalion Hon W R Ross, minister of lands of British Columbia, nas iwo sons ser- ving nith Canadian troops In France Both of the sons arc in the 72nd battalion Ueut WllHMn Cam- eron Ross is 22 years of age Herbert Mackenzie Rose was In hfi second year at McGIll University when the ,war brokejout. "The sales of Noblemen Clean have more than trebled 'during the past three monV you tried The Kilties Band fund grows eome every day. It still has more than f 30 to go to hit the desired 1300 mark. Thirty one uollars contributions' will do the trick. The fund today stands: Most Healthful Pood Known; Cheapest No other food combines the duali- ties so necessary to nourish the body It contains tar more nourishment and strength than the same quantity of meat anr the relative cost is five times less this is a vital fact which the housewife should tfeed carefully 4 bread can possibly be better than the flour that made it Good, flour should be milled from onljr finest, choicest wheat, should be spot lessly clean and pure Norn how cheap Inferior flour be, it IB false economy to purchase and bike bread from anch flour It reprewntu a saving of a few cents at tile at the greater expense of the human syi- tem, sooner or later In other the body is hehig'deliberately cheated ouj, of Its demands for proper nourish- J ment One reason why so many housewives always lnil.it emphatically that their, grocers deliver Ogliye's Royai.House-, hold Flour Is that It can always U At- i pended upon for producing dellciously flavored loaves' of Mil.food' ;