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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Mi 1010 THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Health and Beauty Bath is aitsurod when Lifebuoy Soap Is used. It keeps the skin radiantly clean and glowing with health. Lifebuoy IB an honest soap a cako and smell it. A mild carbolic odor is means an ut- terlyhealthy akin. But, the odor vanishes immediately after use. HEALTHY SOAP PHONS 1224 The Department of the interior have: decided to abolish the method of collecting peed grain and relief indebtedness through i the elevator companies and >to ,mako these collec- -tions through the Dominion Land Of- fice, for the. district in which the laud given as security IB'situated. Collectors will be appointed for each dJBtrict.. At present the collec- tors" appointed in the Lethbrfdge dist- rict: ate -Mr.. Hugh. Scott, homestead inspector, and Mr. Hugh Boyd. For collection purposes the Lath- bridge Land District has been divided fiy the line running between ranges 21 and 22. Mr; Boyd has been placed in 'charge of the eastern portion and Mr. Scott takes the western part ol the district. Payments may he made to the col- jectors, to any uostmaster or may bo remitted direct to the land office. WORLD'S GREATEST v HEN PASSES AWAY Greensboro." Md., Sept. Eglantine, wonder of the poultry iyorld" and pride of the Eglantine farms'at, this place, is dead. Lady Eglantine was the most famous hen In 'the world. Since .she .laid 315 eggs during her pullet year she has been famous. She easily won every prize for 'Which she competed. HOW GOOD FLOUR IS MILLED iThe Neccwlty of Careful Selection i There are many different kinds of flour. The best kind of flour for bread'baking is milled frcin only, the hearts of the; choicest .bread wheut grown. .The kernels are thoroughly cleaned, tempered, ground into bits of machinery, sifted again and again through finest silk sieves until every particle of dual, or 'lint-is removed.. Inferior flours, of course, do not, receive such .attention. Bread is then made' from the flour at" the mill in order til- thoroughly test it be fore marketing. Ogilvie's Royal Household is a sample" of this superior flour. It is milled, from, the hearts ot the finest, fattest "Vheat berries giuwn. b tho most modern milling methods known to science. Because of its purity and uniformity, and the fact that it bakes such big, wholesome, creamy-white loaves !t has come to be the most popular flour in the west. Hundreds' of housewives for ithese reasons would order, no other: fioii from 'their Red Cross 'Runmmge Sale will be heid'ou October tith and 7th. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McArthur arc spending a few days In Calaury. Tins D. 12. will bo In charge of the Hudson's Bay tea room tomorrow afternoon. Herderson loft today for Toronto to continue his studies at Upper Canada College. D. A. Taylor in leaving the end of tho week for tho east, where he will upend several months. Mr. and" Mrs. C. Allwooil have re- turned from a holiday spent at Clin- ton, B. C., Mrs. Martin F, Finn leaves tomor- row for Toronto, Montreal, New York and other eastern cities for an extend- i cd visit. I Mrs. J-tYJ, Goode and daughter. Mar- garet, have left to upend the month of September with 'Miss Agnes Richard- in the Ri- Thomas. Ont., Times, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Walters have j returned from-their honeymoon spent 'at Banff and are residing1 at 1313 4th Avenue South. The Ladies'-' Aid of St. Andrew's church will hold their annual bazaar in the vacant 'store next to the North LeUibriJlgs drag store Nov. 80th. The "young .people of the Christian church, are having a social evening to- night at the home or Miss .Strachan, S02 7th Street South. All, the mem- bership are invited to attend. Mrs. G. F. Bletcher arid children-left Tuesday afternoon to'spend several months in the east. While away they will visit MK Bletcher's relatives at Port Hope, Ont. i' i T. going to turn'oyer his store on 3rd Avenue to the Red Cross on Saturday when the society will re- ceive twenty-live per cent, on -all goodB so I'd by them. In addition they sell tea, sandwiches, ice cream and cake. The Prisoners' of War committee will pack parcels for the prisoners in Germany-tomorrow at Mrs. G. W. Rob inson's, 423 Sth the following-articles are- asked Con- densed, milk, Cigarettes, raisins and chewihg'g'uiuL In" honor "of! her Mrs. B. S. Young of Ada, Ohio, Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare entertained at the tea hour yesterday. Garden blooms in great quantity decorated the drawing room and in the.'dining room crimson and white roses were used on the tea table. Mrs. HJ'W. Church' poured tea and Mrs. F. Hammond cut the ices. Assisting were Mrs. J. E. Hodgson, Mrs. Roy: Davidson, Mrs. M. S. Mc- Arthur and Lewis. -Mr. B. S. Young 6C the Past Supreras Chancellor of the Knights "of Pythlaa, was unable to make train connections yesterday from Deer Mont., where he has been attending Grand Lodge, and could not be present at the reception held last nigh't at the K. P. hall by (be local lodge. .However, .Mr. J. B. ?of' Olaresholm, the Grand Chancellpr-of the domain, was present. Mrs..-Young waaVoresent -and was .pre- sented with a lovely bouquet 6f asters by Mr. Frache. Cards were played the first part of the j evening; and after aupper dancingiwas.eujoy.ed. v At the of'the-bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Clalr Blackett, Ed- monton, the. marriage bj the Rev R J Stewart, pastor of the Presbyterian church, of Major Henry Earl Hardisty, of the 113th tat talion, Lethbridge Ber- ice Adelaide Blackett. The. bride was .ttended by her sister, Eilla Evelyn THERESA DIFFERENCE between the Zam-Buk of healing and that of ordinary fiiulinuiilB. That Is why Zam-Buk carat) w'-en other ointments fall, and why Zam-Cuk cures are per- 7iiiiii.ent. Mr. A. Joaey, of N.S., writes: "For T suffered with eczema on my hands. The burning aiid Irritation wero KO Intense that I could not sleep at. nights. I tried numerous reme- dies, but nothing' gave mo relief .1'itll I used Zam-Buk. This herbal bairn, however, soon ended tho burning and irritation, and before long my hands wcro completely cured. I shall never bo without Xam-Buk .13 certainly a wonderful Zam-Buk is also best for ring- worm, old sores, bolls, pimples, ul- cers, abscesses, piles, cuts, burns, scalds and all skin Injuries. All druggists, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, 50c. bor. 3 for Blackett, while the best man was Lieut. A. Cornell, also of the 113th battalion. The ceremony was char- ming little affair, and a number of guests were present, but owing to the sickness of the bride's mother the wedding was quieter than would otherwise have the case. "iN TENDERS Grocery Specials DUnMF 1-7fiK PHONE 1766 20 Pound Sack of B. C. Sugar and One Pound of Blue Piibbon Tea Jello, 3 pktt............2Sc Olark'j Pork 3 for 26c Creamery .Butter, 2 for'... 75c Onlont, 4 Ibs. for 25c Hires' Root Beer Extract, per bottle Lynn Vslley Jam. All flavort mixed with 4 Ib tin 45c Orange 2nd Lemon Peel. per pound 25c Tuxedo Coffee. Reg. EOc. Special 40c Salmon, Soekeye, Ib. tins each 15c Sajmon, Sockeye, 1- Ib. tint 25c Sardines, Norwegian, 2 tins 35c Rolled Oats, per bag 3Sc In tubes, 2 for 45c Mac'a .5c Potted Meats, 4 for 25 C Ingersolt .Cream Cheese. Reg. 15c Special, 2 for 25c New Pott Toasties, por pkj. 10c Seedless Raiiini, 2 pkgs. 25c Spearmint Gum, 7 pkgs. .25c Lady CaVamela, pound 26c Fudge Trilby; per.pound 25c DRY GOODS extra wide. Reg. 25c, special per yd. UK Fancy Muslin, Reg. Spec- ial 2 yards far 25c Khaki Handkerchiefs, Ex- tra quHittj., 2 for t Men's Black Heat, woolen, par pair North TradhigCo. 230 THIRTEENTH ST N. 1 DOOR NORTH of No. 2 FIRE HALU Winnipeg, Sept were made by counsel for the government this morning in the Agricultural Col-' lege investigation to trace which according to was paid by W. S. Carter, of Carter Halls and Aldinger, contractors to D. E. S Prague for use by local Conservative com- mittee in the Dominion election of 1911. W. J. Boyd, member ot the finance committee working for Alex Hitggart, who was the Conservative candidate the first witness. He I Isaid he Impelled possibly d'ur-! ing the campaign and knew nothing of; what otlmrs -.handled. He received money from Mr. Sprague and it was i spent for legitimate and lawful ex- penses. Mr. Boyd said he paid 'out, every, dollar he received, accounting j for it, and later destroyed his records He did not know until the present: investigation opened that Carter Halls and Aldinger had contributed any- I thing to the fund. He had heard that ,f. II. As'hdown. Mr, Haggart's op- ponent'spent from to on the same election. Counsel for the contractors object- ed to prosecution of investigation in- to the Conservative fund and Com-, missioned Gait ruled that the inquiry into this matter should be restricted to the disposition of money contributed; by Carter Halls and Aldinger. W, J. Bulman, another member of the I-Iaggart committee said he knew.j nothing of the financial side of the'} campaign. I W. H. Carter, who continued his evidence today, said that on the' total contracts for on the cultural college, the firm made.grass profits of out of which, they gave to federal and to provincial Conservative funds. Ques tioned by the.commissioner, Mr. Car- ter said he had ;been quite content to go ahead on the power house on'.their tender figure of SfaO 229 and said it_ had not occurred. to him to ask for' any increase until he was telephoned by Hon. Robert .Rogers, then'pfovin- minister of public works.- "After- ward, the new contract was made at higher. "Mr. he said, ask- ed me to contribute five cents to any. fund or any person." U. H. Dancer, former deputy ter of public works, said he had been instructed by Mr. Rogers 10 prepare a new contract for fhe power house, after the work had been started. His impression was that Mr. .Rogers told him the contractors, found their ten- der too low and wished to have it in creased. FRlDATS BARGAIN NEWS Ladies' New Fall Apparel Beautiful Crepe de and. Georgette Crepe Waists In large sizes. 40 lo -1C. In colors of whlto and flush. TheBe are the newest models for fall. New Line of Fall Coats for Children Friday we are making a special showing ol new fall coats for children. opened up in the newest qualities of Plush, Tweeds and Blanket Cloths. All sixes to select from. Ranging for 4 to 15 years, prices are extremely moderate. New Sweaters For Ladies, JI lanes and Children. All colors and sizes. A varied selection to choose from in the latest styles. Display of Ladies' Black Plush Coats We are showing a magnifi- cent collection of handsome Black Plush Coats for Lad- ies this fall. Inspect our excellent display and you will readily convince yourself, that we can give the best value at the least possible cost. Week End News From Our Dry Goods Section Shcppard's Checks Very fine quality dress goods. -14 inches wide. Special value, yard..........................-........... Ladies' Cashmere Hose In All sizes. Special, pair...........................-............... Little Darling All wool hose In white, sky, cardinal and tan. Odd sizes only. Special, pair B. P. C.. Crochet Cotton :i'J in ecru and white shades. Friday Special, 2 for................................... New Style Nose Veils Neckwear and Frillings just arrived. 69c 45c 30c 25c Honey Comb Bedspreads Very fine duality and well finished. Size GGxSG. JA Special ............v........................ Linen Huck Towels Size 18 33 Inches. Friday Special, Dainty Japanese Crepes Ideal for Kimonas, etc. Friday Special, yard Shantung Silk Very superior finish and quality. 36 inches wide. j special, yard 35c 22c Grocery Dept. Neivs for Friday. Phone 313 FLOUR H. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality 24 ID FLOUR OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND. Extra spec AYJ ial, 98 Sack yTC.VV AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR. 1 C per packet........... 23c POWDEREP AMMONIA OO- Reg. lOc. 3 pkts...... C OLD DUTCH'CLEANS, nf .ER. 3 tins 25c LIQUID AMMONIA bottles 3 packets............. GOLD DUST- Jargo ROYAL CROWN SOAP per carton BON AMI. Cake or pow- dered.2, for. SHREDDED WHEAT 3 pkts Quaker CORN FLAKES opecial li for PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST FOOD per packet PARIS PATE. The new delicacy. 2 tina 22c 22c 25c 25c 25c FISH PASTES Kejller's Shrimp, Salmon, -Ari- V chbvy or bloater. Jar SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Sardines. Special, 2'tins ROSE'S CELEBRATED JUICE CORDIAL. Special CREAMETTES. 2 packets -Cross Spur Mixed or Chow Chow. Qt. Sealers PICKLES Crosse'i- Blackwell's Walnuts, Onions or Gherkins.' 'Per bottle RICE. Good "sound. 4 Ibs. SALAD DRESSING POWDER. 2 pkts----- EXTRA SPECIALS OLWES. Lunch.Queen or Man- zanlliasl .16 oz. bottles. Reg- ular 45c. Very special......... 03C LIBBY'S'TOMATO SAUCE. Large bottles Reg 35c Special, per bottle SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. A A 23 bars ipl.UU Sugar-Cocoa Special 20 Ibs. B; C. SUGAR-and Half Pound tin Cowan's AA Perfection Cocoa SUGAR COFFEE SPECIAL 20 Ibs. Finest B. C. Sugar 1 pound Chaae 1 C Sanborn's Coffee 35c LjME 3Sc 25c Brand, 35c ckwell's 40c 25c 25c lOc 25c 20c 35c 23c 45c CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF OA_ Halt ppund tins iiUC CLARKE'S SOUP Al! kinds, per tin FRENCH MUSHROOMS Special, per tin I v CANNED TOMATOES. f Large size. Heavy pack XyC TOMATO CATSUP 2 Ib. tins, 2 for..... EGGO BAKING POW- DER. 1 Ib. tins....... CORN MEAL Special, 10 Ibs... GINGER SNAP BIS- CUITS, 2 pounds Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib. sack ___ SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa- nut. Special, per Ib. I C CRISCO. 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