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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, 19H THK LB'J'HBIUiJWK DAILY HEHAtD PAGE Carpet and Mats FALL SHIPMENT. JUST ARRIVED And it wo do say It, they are Just a little the prettiest we Have ever ahowm Those Soft, Browns and Dark Rich Heaa combine l.hCBe ,tho Softest and Richest Uugs you have over soon, WILTON AXMINSTER BRUSSELS PRICES' QUALITY ARE GUAR- There.is nothing like these Rich Floor Coverings to add .olio Homey Touch longed for in every home. t .H WE LIKE TO SHOW OUR STOCK Standard Furniture! Co. HOME OF 'QUALITY FURNITURE' DPR! COURT HOUSE 1th AVENUE SOUTH MOTHER OF FRENCH RELIEF SCHOOLGIRL o WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? London, Sept. 15, C- from Rome the correspondent of the- Central News says it is declared that tfm ministry has its resignation. .COCOA Just the right flavor GERMAN'S H.EAD AS TROPHY Wounded Algerian Had Ghastly Souv- Knapsack St. Malo, Erance, Sept. patch to the London. Dally. There are .niani; wounded aojdlers here and at this.port.. The houses .have b.beb.'turned into hospi- tals. Among tlie paUents 'a're'a num- ber of One of theae warriors.'htought back a Ger- man head in hjs.'knabsdck, and he .was very when-it-was taken- from him. it the most precious souvenir in .the was necessary; to compensate him keep him quiet He was still gerio this afternoon uhen I visited the ho pital at ivhicu he was being treate and-.declared 'that he must have h trophy back. How Lydia E. Putkham'i Vegetable Compound Rte- itored Her Daugh- ter's Health. Plover, Iowa. "From a child my 13 year old daughter had .female weakness. I spoke to three' doctors about It and they did not help :hef 'any. Lydiu Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound hod 'been of great benefit 'to me, so 'I decided to have her give it- a trial. She has taken flva bottles of Hs6 Vege- table Compound ac- cording to directions on the' bottle and fiho is cured of this trouble.' She was all run down whsn aha started taking the Compound aud her periods did not come -right. She was so poorly -arid weak that I often had to help her dress herself, but now she is regular and is growing strong and healthy." Mrs. HELVIG, Plover, -Iowa, Hundreds of such letter! expressing gratitude for the good Lydia.E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Cvspound has accom- plished are constantly being received, proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you art ill do not drag along uvj continue to auE day in and day out but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vege- table Compound, a woman's remedy for woman's ills. It yon. want special adrloe write to Ljrdla Medicine Co. (confi- dential) Ljun, Mass. tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a iroman and held In strict confidence. GERMANS DRIVEN BACK Lomlon, Neiv dispatch says the, G man forces in'east Prussia .have h driven back jvith "great losses n Muishents, but are still bringing n reinforcements'. .VThe Germane maldng.-theif chief.'efforts' -in the re ion of Mauer See. Buy Goods Made in Canada! Buying foreign -made goods won't keep Canadian factories open. TOASTED CORN FlAKES is THE ONLY food product bearing Kel- logg name that is made right All others are imported and- do not help on'r people. TOT] E MONEY spent on APIAN-MADE GOODS? helps CANADIAN BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN; LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA. CO. LIMITED; No Change In Price of J v Blue Ribbon! Tea BLUE RIBBON TEA 06. have plca- sure in announcing that they do not prqr pose to take advantage of theVadvance (n price of tea. This company is in'fe pojiition.tij supply all the Tea required in Astern Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. P .spite tlie heavy duty which Jusi been Im- posed utfon Coffee, we will continue to sell 8tue Rlhbon CoCee at old prices. J Blue Ribbon, Li Edmonton Paris, Sept. Bidea a continuous motor wagons, private automobiles and properly equipped motor ambu- lances, conveying wounded tq tlie hos pitals, Parisians have witnessed the continuous arrival of German-war ma- terial captured at the flattie of the Marne, Wl trains of such- booty already have reached Paris, and is .said, to represent barely half tlie-total Amount. It is estimated that BO cannon, .30 mitrailleuses, 40 ammunition-wagons and three- aeroplanes have already ar- rived. M An. incident of the German, rout comei from-a teurist agency, Vh ereat at.tbVa capture of .a "rubber 'Wa, that 'was used throughout the suinm to, carry American visitors ,.t city, to the suburbs, and the-rac courses.- still intact. .jL.penfii6ner of the BTitish'.gorer it the Americaa'Bmbais ;oday and announced that lie wa down to his last four dollars, ho recei reiuittanoo on a count of the war. He asked ,the A; tassador to telegraph to Sir rrey, which.. the Ambassador-.did- Latest Despatches Do Not Con- firm Reported Surrender of German Right Wing London, Sopt. has been the caso since the commencement, the haitie of the Marne over a week ago, the final outcome of the mighty strug- gle Beems to depend upon the army of Crown Prince Frederick William In the German centre, the headquart- ers of which have been retired to Mofltfaucon. As this town is 15 miles to the northwest of Verdun, the CroVn Prince's movement seems to Imply the approaching relief of that French fortress, which his army has been besieging for a week past. How- no news the actual situation there has yet come through, nor official confirmation "of this reported fall ot the fortified position of Mau- beiige forts coming from French sourc- es. A dispatch from the German gen- eral staff on the battle of the Marne, i later to France and Belgium. Attractively situated. Picked lenai the PriacUttl i, PETE MURPHY Starlaiid birthuas of her qnly son, Bidne; Al- ter a very siimptiious'.repast had btea (lone justice tc-, the high birthday cake cut. floral designs made the tea table 166k very charm- ing Sidney uas the reolpirat 01 many handsome presents Vmong those pres- ent besides Dons and Sidney Tuck- uell were, Willie anil Phyllis Bmerv, Ethel Ha nes, Eddie Sellens, Moreen Ethel Hames, Eddie Selleas, Moteen Frantic Alexander. Sirs William Cleiry ooiWren, Ween and Willie, have returned from a trip to Winnipeg and Toronto. Wednesday Specials IS PAY.DAV for all C. P. R. employees and we know of no better way to realize the fullest amount of value possible for your money than by Investing In some of these remarkable val- ues we are offering, Watch tor our Week.End News. Creum and While Imported Scrims, 36 inches wide, Q_ Regular 25c, per yard... yC TUNGSTEN LAMPS 25 Watte 40 Watts 60 Watts 30c 40c 50c Baby Bibs of Turkish Towelling, 5 for 25c Ladles' Skirts, Panamas, man- tailored Merges and Ladles' Rubbers, Cross Brand Per Maltese 75c Boys' Tweed Reefer newest styles and colors Ladies' House Slippers, eaay fitting. Regiilar MQ price .........91 Infants" Flannelette cots, quilted waist, long skirt Ba'rna- 25c Men's Overcoats, handsome1 Tweeds, shawl and con- 4 vertlble collars. J15.... 9 I U Mason Sealers- Pints Quarts Per dozen :.....65c 69c Hints for the Pantry-Keen Prices Tapioca. -1 pounds 25c ...Corn. Flakes packe.8 Haricot Bearjs 4 pounds 4oc 23c Paulln's Soda Bit- per packet 21c Robin Hood Breakfast Cereal, 2 packets for 25c 500 yards best grade Butter Cloth, white, -33. indies M per yard Big Double Bed separate, grey or 4 AQ white, per- pair Black and Oreyr. Yarn, 2 and 3 Per pound Ladies' perfect ribbed Corset Covers, white, sizes S.W., -w. Q.S., each Infants' Rfcbbed style, sizes 1, 2, 3, 4......... Vests, coat 29c Wheeling ioc Auto and Steamer Rugs, .Tar- tans, all rever- f slble, reg. Child's and Maid's Combina- tions medium weight 4 Per Suit Ladies' Two Piece Underwear, white, medium weight Suit 9OC Hudson's Bay Co. The First, .to. the.Injured Classes will., .commence., cxa Wednesday" at 4.IS in -Miss Halpenny's first... floor, Ce-niral school.....Any.-.latLics, who have not. handed in. their and, like to join, may do so by. being pres- ent at this first, meeting. ri, j. tt, j. A ,T! ,t. 4 quiet wedding took place Tuesday afternoon at the tome _ Mr. W- W McQwgor, when hut Toun{ est sitter, Mary Fetricia, m marriage to Mr Aleiander P Hanley, ot Medicine Hat the cere mony was performed by the Rev W Kelman Thomson anil the march played by Mr. J M Coirtts The bride looked pretty in smart travelling suit of and silk hat of mgger brown, ant carried pink roses 'While the rtgisto was being signed ''Because God Made Thee Mine" was sung very sweetly Miss McBride A buffet luncheon was served A Good Time Now to make trial and find out that there's batter. healtH and econ- omy fn Grape-Nuts FOOD "There's a Reason" Compact in di- full of true nourishment for body and brain. WAR IN EUROPE has stnt food pricta soaring, but there's NO ADVANCE IN PRICE OF Grape-Nuts by Qroeers i x t -r-evsrywhare 'Csnsdlsn rectum Ctriai Co, Ont. of the bride's girl friends, Mis JIcLeay, of Miss M Bride. The decorations .in the ing room were pmV and white aster and m the dining room sweet peas o the same colors Before leaving fo the tram Mrs Hanley threw her bou quct, which by'Miss Me- Bride. Mr and Mrs Hanley hjit onjtn east-bound train ;fbr their ,home Medicine amid of con fetti and flowers thiOAMi by ftiend: gathered to wish tham bon royage 01 their life's brook Herald. together Cran Clubs and SocictiM Westminster Bpworth League held a lery fine meeting night, and the program for the whole fall and win ter waj> brought adopted The program promises to he varie4 am interesting Westminster Guild of Knox cfaurcl held a meeting last night, prelimm arr to the election of officer) ner Various names were ed an an informal discussion tool place on the woik for the season. I Mrs W R Virtue's section of Wes- ley Ladies' Aid will meet her home, 1232 Third Ave S tomor- row afternoon A full attendance is urged Wesley Epworth League met last evening, when the topic, was taken m an interesting manner by Bev. G. H Cobblcdick. A nominating committee was appointed to nominate officers the election nett Monday night An informal discussion of the work, took place. St Mary's W A met with a good attendance. The on the Altar Guild was filled by Mrs Mitchell. Mrs Washbrook and Mrs Iitchelt were appointed a ommitt.ee s On Thursday, September a pan- ry sale and thimble tea will be held ,t tke home of Mrs Albert Arnold, I3jt Twentieth SI f N., when after- oon tea will be served from iltree o.six. On the 12th of October a jumble ale will be held and later an Indus- rial EiiMtion will to heU Afternoon tea served, the hoa- es'ses being Mrs. T. Arnold and'Mrs 'urner. A goodly number gtrtbrted Andrew's church last and emd to an resi by Dr. re urn- medical misiknisr M.Mia Qlirer told of tiw splendid wortrStriji sver tike w llission field, and she also ipoke to the children, telling them ot thej or- phanage work and how boys and girls wore" rescind in times of famine. Dr. Oliver lectures in Knox church tonight and those, who did not. hear her last night, should not fail to he present tonight. On Thursday at 8 o'clock in the -morning Holy Communion will be'ah- ministered in St. Augustin's cinich and a fifteen minute service of inter- cession will lie held at noon on Fri- day. These are special services qnjo- count of the war. The Intermediate Chriitian Eiiieai vor of St. Andrew's church in charge of a program, to be pot oa at united meeting of tbe two Eplea- Tors this evening. All young woplo invited. The Juaior Bible class o! St, Cy- prian's Sundav Mhool organiMd the reason's work Slinky iHtaKnn, when the following officers fleet- ed Fresideiitr-WiU Kaon. Collnr. Cfippt. A committee of Hewi. Krlly, Short and Hmkf, pointed to arrange the socni for the_season. Wrslev Sunday school nij officers will meet on Friday A meeting of iU icinperance foe Tutsdao, m Wesley church. Owing to the inclement wetthn on Saturday the Junior W. A. of St. church did not go to Mil. riagell's home, but enjoyed games and refreshments in tbe parish ball. Ttey decided to meet lortoightly and young girls are cordially invited oin. tor TO DARKEN HAIR APPLY SAGE TEA' few of Saw Tea unrf Sulphur brings back Its color, thickness. Common garden sage brewed into a eavr tea with sulphur and alcohol dded, will turn gray, streaked aud aded liair dark and lux. riani, remove-every uii uJ :op scalp itching and ffellinf balr ust a few applications will prove a revelation if your hair la fading, fimy r dry, scraggly and this. Mixing the age Tea and Sulphur recipe at home, tougK is troublesome. An euier ay is to set tbe nady-hMise tonic, ostlng about 50 cents a large bottle t drug stores, known as "Wyetlv's age and Sulphur thus Voiding a lot of muss. While wfvpy, gray, faded hair Is not nful, ire til desire to retain, our outhful and attrutlre- ess. By dirkenlng your hair, with Vyetb's, and Sulphur, no one -an'tell, because it does so evenly. You Just dampen a i wHa other application or two, yoar half ;