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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1010 IF for no other reason than the fact that they are worn by those who hold taste above all else, Penmans Hosiery should be included in your wardrobe. Select from Penmans vari- ous lines something that appeals to your eye, and you will find it will more than fill expectations in other respects. Penmans Limited Pa ris T Board of Education Had to Spend More Coal AS GERMANY SEES'IT carry. The man who made the above statement has already summer and fall wired about a .dozen, -farm houses for' lighting systems and has several other contracts in hand. A sample at what' these small systems they can do to keep up with their farm orders. Farmers whose houses are good enough to make it. worth while to instal furnaces are doing so. Those who have only shacks yet are planning on building good housesi The country lumber business is bet- ter than it has been since 1912. The lumber merchants, hardware dealers and building concerns will that. Many Southern Alberta farm families nil! mote into new houses to celebrate Christmas this year tt they can get the done. 'All these things are signs that Sbuthern'Alberta is a coun- tryside of good solid homes. The elec- tric liiht, the furnace, the good house the automobile, are all coming with the big crops and high grain prices. Southern Alberta has advanced as far in this -direction in two years as Illinois, Ontario and older, settled ag- ricultural states and provinces did in ten years or longer. Southern Al- berta is growing more "solid" even day Berlin, via London, SepL 14. and violent as- saults against the Germans on the Somme front Wednesday were'repulsed with sanguinary losses for the allies, the war of- flee announced today. Among subscriptions to the loan an- nounced locally were three received for worth of the new loan. Winnipeg Does Well Winnipeg, Sept. Winni- peg subscriptions to the Dominion government new war loan now reach Some of the larger sub- scriptions Union Bank of Canada, Northern Crown Bank, Great -West Life Assurance Edward Brown K Co- Wood Gundry Co., for Joint account Osier, Hammond Nan- :on, 3. H. Ashdown Co., f300 000--Grain Growers' Grain Co., E. F. Hutchings, and-F. W. Leistikow New York, Sept. com plete returns from states in which primaries were held yesterday and to day indicate the following results: Frank O Lowden and V When the members of Uio. school board cast their eagle eyes over the financial statement of school affairs last night at the regular monthly meeting they smiled a sort of resigned said: "Here's where we finish the year ill the hole." The board expects to break about behind their estimates.'. They hoped to get through on Pres- ent Indications are that or a little more will be required. To date more than have been spent. Several reasons for the deficit were given. For one thing, 'he -estimates! were cut to the bone, and no leeway! for emergencies was allowed. MoreI teachers have had to be engaged to j teach the increasing school attend- teachers have been put back on schedule pay; coal is costing more, and now the High school teachers are asking that they, too, be put back on the salary schedule.. So there-won't be any big fat surplus at the end ot 1916. Leave of .Absence ;J. Several routine -matters were .taken up at the The school man- agement committee reported on chan- ges in the staff. Tom Hamilton, prin- cipal of Hardieville school, was grant- ed leave of absence for the duration the war. Leave absence for four months was also granted to Dr.. Tay- lor, the schools' medical officer. Dr. Cragg was appointed in his place for that time. Tenders for Coal The board received tenders for coal j for the coming year. The Grace coal mine tendered at per ton for all schools south of the track. for Westminster. for Galbraith and 00 for Hardieville. The New Barnes- mine tendered at all through. The contract was. split, the Grace mine receiving that for all schools, south of the track, and the New Barnes mine for all north. Lethbridge Cadets A letter was read from Brig.-Gen. i Cruikshanks relative to the inspection of the Lethbridge Cadet Battalion No. 301 which he stated was must effi- cient. He thought however that too little attention had bsen paid to rifle shooting at the butts. The board ac- knowledged the letter and will point out that only six Ross rifles were left to the battalion, all others being-called, in, thus making target practice impos- S'Wm. Crawford, the science] master at High school, is a qualified cadet instructor and'-will have charge of the battalion this year. The schools medical' o'fficer has sug- gested that, to follow up the medical inspection in >the schools and obtain, the proper series (COSTINUH> FHOM PAGE) The Union Bank has BijbsiMstions amounting around the Bank The Lethbridge Highlander While it has been said on good authority that kilts were to be issued to the 113th, no official information has been received as to when the is- sue will be made. It is now announced that the Baimoral replace the Glengarry caps, the tunics which go with the Scotch dress will be received within the next week. The caps and new-tunics will-be issued won over Rev. Melbourne P. Boynton by 15.000 majority- Former-Senator William- Lorimer was defeated for congress. T George A. Carl- son has a lead of COOO votes over S. D. Nicholson for the Republican nomi- nation for governor. States Senator Miles Poindeiter defeated William R. Humphrey for the Republican sena- torial .nomination by a plurality of 7000. The Democrats have apparently selected'Former United .States Senator George Turner to oppose Poihdexter. Srnest Lister, the present state execu- tive, -will be opposed by Henry Mc- Bride of Seattle as Republican .nomi- nee for governor.___ _ South Richard I. Manning, has been renoiniDated for governor over Former-Governor 7CoIe L. Blease j by a comparatively small Democratic ticket. .returns indicate the nomination of G, W. T. Hunt over G. Olney for the Democratic torial nomination. Thos. B. Campbell, the Republican candidate, was nnop- posed. Joseph H. Kibber appears to have won-the Republican', senatorial nomination over S. Stillwell. Sen medical inspection concurred in the suggestion and will request the medical offlder to proceed with the plan. Athens, Sept. Constantino has accepted the resignation of Zaimis and his Dimi- tracopulos, the former minister of jusr tice and supporter of.. Venizelos, to form a new cabinet. M. Dimitracopulos, tHe dispatches add is of the opinion that departure from neutrality on the part of Greece is the only remedy for' the present international situation, and refers to. ;mniumi.iuu M- the Graeco-Turkish war of 1897, when j ator W. F. Aahurst, Democrat, was premier Delyannis incurred allirisks- unopposed. returns .tonight give Senator Carrol S. Page an -over- inc majority.overLF of Montreal about sir or seven thous- laya auu jit ..ui uc at the same which leads to the ej.nor Fletcher and Governor general belief that the kilts will be Gates for renomination for along shortly. Many .of. the .bpysiof States senator. Robert W. W. fiulber was successful over -John: W.-; Weeks tor the Republican nomination for lieutenant-governor. LUHV mot .w. turther cost to the men of the ranks, -many1. application forms have- enabie all men to wear the given ont. The subscription lists close on Sep- tember 23rd. Will be Oversubscribed i w jsame styles. J Tlle p3e jig question now before ,m Vwhen do the kilts Many have been -borrowing the sfeirts Will be Oversubscribed Many have been -borrowing the skirts Toronto, Sect prac- Curing the'Past weeks and not a few tically every firm or imMution "which ,be taking short walks in the business of taking the hours to-become accns- snbscripHons Jor the war loan.report to'medSto results rather bejond than below ex-, will new dress he popular? pectations, a scrutiny of country-wide; Wejj i Well ratherv.'-? todas revealed uneven! conditions, according to local financial tione being surprisingly heavy, and of other districts equally pro- rather mediocre 'show- ing. At the day's end, however, the consensus of authoritative opinion WM thai the loan would be well over- lubicrlbed. IN SCHOOL Spokane, Wash., Sept. sion has been granted by the Spokane school board for the Installation of a private elevator in one of the public schools. for the accommodation of a in order-to re-estabjiehiunity ij; the nation, which was as )w. I'i It-is reported that Dragpumis, the former minister at Petrogra'd, will be foreign minister in the Dimitraco- pulos cabinet. WINNIPEG GETS TWO NEW BATTALIONS Winnipeg, Sept. new bat- talions are authorized in Winnipeg. One will be commanded by Lieut-Col. W. H. Hastings and the other by, Lleut-CoL G. Hi Nicholson. .Both -will i begin recruiting as soon as they have received detailed from Ottawa. .Col. Hastings Is a Winnipeg lawyer. For many years he was Conservative organizer and Is a king's counsel. He offered to raise a battalion of but it is not definitely known, whether such a merit will he authorized, GIRL WHO FLEW AT CALGARY IS INJURED Cleveland, Sept. of holiday merrymakers watched 17-year- old Katherine Stinson's aeroplane balk 100 feet above the earth then plunge her to the ground near the industrial exposition and fair grounds at Edge 1 lark. icn a merit win DO stuiuvi stallini Col. Nicholson, is the i Cja6ntt -hao haan I They picked her from the heap.of splinters that had been her machine and hurried her to German where physicians pronounced ,her critical. She was injured Internally although it was thought no bones were broken. The machine the one in which Miss Stinson usuall" flies Stalling of the engine caused the ac Clarendon hotel and has heen ness here for Previous to taking hold of.the hotel a scnoois lor tne acconiint'uttiiuii UL LU Dupil who is partially paralyzed and'cigar salesman. He haa military ex- perience with a Hamilton regiment. is unable to climb stairs. Building operations in Halifax de- monstrated that the population is in creasing very fast. fi E D ROBE RYLANDS CO. Specialists in Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear Pieces of Men's Underwear on Sale atRylands To introduce to you the largest slock of underwear ever assembled in any store in Southern Alberta we are putting on this Introductory Stile of liio-ii grade underwear. You will find your land oi underwear, your size and best'of all .your price. You will have, to buy. underwear. Now's the time to save. Only Two More Days to Have Your Coupon Punched. See Particulars Below Ladies'Vests Ladies' Combinaf ns Child's Underwear LADIES' VESTS With Ions sleeves. White only. Sizes 36 to .40. On sale, 'LADIES- VESTS -Velva make. Short, elbow, or "long sleeves. Something extra special. .Drawers to match, each LADIES' VESTS or-DRAWERS Regular styles. Watson's make Velvet fleeced. Sines SG CA_ to 42. On sale at UlFC LADIES' VESTS or DRAWERS Wool mixtrues, wlllw or nns- nral. All sizes to 44. On Sale each LADIES' VESTS or DRAWERS AH White or natural. On sale fronl'SOc each Aft up to.....__...... LADIES' COMBINATIONS Half sleeve, high length. White heavy cot-'QC_ ton. Sizes 34 to 3S only LADIES' COMBINATIONS "Velva" make with sliort or lone sleeves. Ankle length, or high neck. (M "JC All sizes to 44.......' V1 V LADIES' COMBINATIONS Dutch neck, elbow sleeves ''Watson's high-grade djl CA make. Extra special LADIES' COMBINATIONS Watson's make. Velvet fleeced long sleeve, high neck. All sizes..... LADIES' COMBINATIONS Fine cashmere, with ;sh'ort sleeves, low neck, knee or ankle length. rn From 2.00 up to CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Natural colors. Watson's make Sizes 2 to 14 years. Extra value from IOC- CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Watson's make. Wool mixture Natural color. Sizes to j 9 r 14 years. Special