Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
..FRIDAY. SEPTRMBKH 15. THE USTHBRirHiK DAILY J (KHALI) PAGE ELEVF4 Special Notice To Those Holding Coupons Tomorrow, StiUinhiy, is the last we -will nuiich your cut glass coupon. If you still have n small amount to fill out the required tomorrow will be the Day, as we have a big on for Saturday only., Sec Thursday's pa- per for the specials, or belter still, see the big display all over the store. We will Redeem the Coupons Up Till September the 30th If you find it impossible to gel down town to- morrow you can secure any of Hie premiums i.pif p'rcsc'nlalion of your coupon up till Satur- dayaiighl, Sept. 30lh. Every Purchase over gets you someting in Cut Glass See window display and special premiums for Saturday only RYLANDS PHONS 1224 Mr. and Mru. J. H. Hceu arc spend- Ing 11 few days !s> Gaigary. t Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Guilbault are speiidlni: n few days Hi Calgary, regis- tered at the PalllHor. V Mrs Cliaa. Hycke lias rotlirncd liomo after 11 short visit with friends In Hat Times Lieut. llcGowiui of the 113th Lcth- bridge HlRhlaiidore, Snrcce Is upending n Cow days' leave in the tlty. f Llent. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson re- turned tills Crom a week's visit to Calgary and Edmonton. Mrs. M. Tolan of'Montreal, who has been the guest of lira. Jas. Wallwork, D2G Sill St.. tor the [last two woelts. left for her home on Thursday after- I Mrs. Wm. Cleary and daughter Kl- ieen left this afternoon to siwlld tin: i with Mrs. J. A. Gillls, 13th avenue west, Calgary. i Mrs. Hitch rifinnau and children who liave boon spending the aunmicr at Sarcec Cninp, f'j'.lirary, with Lieut. j'Donnan. Itiylllynders. are leav- ing tomorrow ,'or Chlc-acu to visit rela- tives. Later they iire going to Eng- land. >t I The ladies ot the Iit-il Cross sociotv will in charge of T. II. Kclth'u ston; _ ivenuo all (lay tomorrow anil y.'il! twenty-five per cent on all sold. They will ako sell ten mlwiclieu.' let: cream ami i Mr. iiiul Mrs. J. S. Smith and Chi' dren returned tn tho city thi.- artc- '.won. Mrs. Smilli and Ihe rhliarc" luivn been spending a month lit tin raist and they were met ill Calgary b; The Hudson's Bay Store News For Saturday r. Cit- h I' K London, Sept. effort is being mado today to avert the threat- ened strike of railway employees who are demanding a 10-shiIllng increase in1, wages, which railway managers re- fuse to grant. Walter Runchnan, pre- sfflbnt of tile board of trade, is.taking the initiative in the attempt. A con- ference between the representatives of the roads and the men broke np Thursday without reaching an agree- ment. ces Another hail storm on same day did damage to crops south- west of town, destroying a portion of Messrs. Bothard Bros., Eannders, Ballachey, David Anderson, Riddle and McMillan's crops. In tile His Hill district slight dainnse was done by hail hut it wpy not sev- ere and no heavy losses r.re reported. MAGRATH (From tlie Raymond Leader) Miss Mabel Marker recently gave up her position with the Trading com- pany, Miss Stella Chipman succeeding HIGH RIVER (From the Times.) Mr. Albert Mhrtha. of High Was united In marriage to Miss Viva Viola Coy, of on the 37th' day of August, at St. Ijary's Church, Calgary, hy the ftev. Father Newman. her. Miss Barker will attend collogu in Utah-this-willter. Frank Rich, after twenty months of 'globe trotting returned home last week and will retrain here for the next few months. Miss Maine Hindley left thisr week for Lethbridge where. she will tajte a course in' stenography at the Giirbutt Business college. Turner, nf llin.lnnal elevator of the Alberta Grain campariy pointed out to the Leader last night a matter.-tliat should. receive .the care- I till attention" of' every farmer In the country. Mr. Turner says that through poorly constructed granaries farmers are losing thousands of dollars through the depreciation in grade of .the wheat when marketed. The moisture pen- etrates the Wns, the grain becomes heated and when graded it is given l i.; brides- three or four grades below its origin- iaid and Mr Fran Healy as grooms-a. duality. One farmer who recently man. The bride was neatly attired ill saxe-blue messaline. Editor Harris of the liSth Batt., Lethbridse, was here on Tuesday and added several names to' his subscription list. It is a well e'ditod sheet and will be published overseas lifter the .KilMes Uepart. for the front. I Mr. A. .1. Weir, of Portage la Prair- ie. shipped a car''of oats, which would have gone No. 3 C. W.. at least, was graded No. 8, tough, heated, rejected. Good granaries will always nay. Miss Margaret Bradshaw left Wed- nesday' for Medicine Hat where she will commence-her second year s under tlie well-known pianoforte tu- tor, Theodor Fossum. Mrs. J.' O. Bridge and Mrs. C. Jen- camp at ValcarUer. Constable Sidney Knight is now In charge of the High River detach- ment of the Northwest Mounted pol- ice, succeeding Constable Paxton, who started in the Gladys boys who are aiso returning to in the south. Mlsj Hannah Turner, of Pen- rith, England, whose whereabouts had m district on Tuesday last and after been anxiously sought -by her .relatives damaging a number of fields of grain, proceeded in a northerly direction and 'damaged the standing crops of Messrs McKeague, Litchiield, Peter- son, Newman, Gillanders, Wark, Dlx- oh and Bolten. We have not learned the full extent of the damage but we fear it was heavy in some instan- enough. lu Canada, since she mysteriously disappeared after her arrival at One- bee by the Scandinavian, .on August 31. has turned She stated that she had been .detaineof by the immi- gration authorities at Montreal, on the ground that she was not strong Velvet and Satin Hats 95c Beaver ?2-50 Buckram Hat Shapes................; 15c Shepherd Check Children's Tarns................; 25c Children's Pressed Felt Hats ....................15c Velvet and Silk Flowers........................ 15c Feathers and Mounts............................ 15c NEW IDEA PATTERNS AT OUR 13TH ST. STORE STREETS .....114 6TH ST. SOUTH AND 404 13TH ST. NORTH Mr. Smith. At nicftintr i Hie Wo-eY ic club yesterday it was hrve r. rfiowcr for the Loth K bridue men overseas on Sept. ZStli ar g wr.s" liehl last year. Further pai-licu lars will bo announced 1'ter. The lad- ami pirls who intend joining ti-e rvm clans at tlie Y..M.C.A. are anted to send in their ni-.mcn lo tho tary, Mrs. 624 S'li ctr'ot If sufficient number .'.S'ss At- tree of Nelson will be cniiivjcd as in- structress. Jlias Allrce is iirofra sional, and understands work sultan.c tor v.'omen and children. A London dispatch soys: r. is re ported in the royal ontouraire. ihnt tlie Duchess of RoxburKhc. who befnro hoi- marriage was Miss May Oplcn Goelst. has been offered the .position of JJIc- tress of the Hobos to O.ueon Mcry, vacated by tlie Dutliess of Devonshire, consentient on the annointn-.er.t of tho nuke to the Governor-Generalship of u Canada. The rules of tlie court renmre that -it the Mistress of the Robes should not be of lower rank thnn a duchess, ar.d this rule considerably limits the num- ber of ladies to whom the premier position in Queen Mary's household ho offered. It was in 1913 that the Duchess of Roxburghe first became the guest of- Que'en Mary and King small party at Windsor Castle, and subseoucntly the duchess stayed with their Majesties at Balmoral. During the tango craze in Duchess of Roxbu'rgho was one pf-tlie. ladies who declined to ottend any -ga- therings where the tango wns danced and it was generally reported that he- grace's action in this :matter J.wa prompted by the Queen's expressec dislike of the then popular tango. The honor which iias just been be- stowed upon the "Duchess ot Devon- shire is one that Is well deserved Ever since the beginning of the war. this lady has shown herself Lady of Grace of St. John ot Jerusa- lem. Not only were her beautiful mansions given up. to tho. wounded, soldiers, or to work for the hospitals but she herself superintended and led the work. Canada will welcome the new governor-genera! and his wife, not because of their high rank and ancient lineage, but because they represent what Is best in the life of the mother country They are good pepple who. do their work faithfully. They have a large family, who have been brought: up to love wholesome pleasures. It is not likely that the eldest son, the; Marquis of Hartington, if he is spared to return from the war, will spend much of his time in Canada, and the younger is a schoolboy. But the daugh-1 tors, of whom there- aro four, make Rideau hall gay with their pres- ence. Two of these are children, and the others in the flush of youth. They. are said to love outdoor games and to be proficient in tennis and other sports. The duchess is a of Queen Mary her; has a high sense of duty. It would be wrong, however, to think of the mistress of Chatsworth as one who condemns in- nocent pleasures or'neglects the aes- thetic side of life. But both she and her husband are true patriots, who are ready to sacrifice wealth and ease to the cause of their country, They will bring to Canada much that will, help to make life better, as well as nobler and more beautiful. Statistics just compiled of bequests to the Roman Catholic church in the United States during, the last three months show many large religions efactioris. Probably the largest was distributed under the will of the late Miss Sliza Jenkins of Balti- more. The hulk of an estate of .nearly left Ky Miss Jessie Qlljender a daughter of the late Arthur dlllend- er. at New York, was oeijueatlied in her will to charitable jiurnoses. The Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle ir- Ihe chief beneficiary, receiv- ing nearly Windt .des, Curtains and Cretonnes Re-priced for Saturday Insertion Trimmed Window Shades Dark green opaiuie cloth with cream Insertion. Size 30 in. by 72 In. Mounted on lies! Hartshorn spring roller. Regular Hoc. Saturday special, each I t) V If Yon Need Window Shades Get Onr Prices A hlg sock of sizes always on hand. For Saturday we quote special prices. by 72 in. Good Quality Shade, each.....55c 3fi by 72 is1.. ISest Quality Shade, each.....75c 42 by 72 in. Best Quality Shade, 45 by 72 in. I5es! Quality Shade, each We cut LD til your windows without extra charge. Pieces of Fine Quality Sateen and Cretonnes :iO inches and 84 inches wide. Neat patterns and useful-colors. OC_ Regular 35 and 40c. Saturday, yard...................... Lace Curtains In ecru and white shade. 36 Inches yards long. QA Very special, Handsome Curtain Voile 36 inches wide In ecru and Ivory shades. Hemstitched 1 A borders. Very special, yard................................ CHINAWAR-E SPECIAL 15 dozen only Japanese CUPS AND SAUCERS. Very dainty style nnd pattern. Special, 2 for..................... FIVE DOZEN TEAPOTS. In pretty blue pattern. Small alia lA- only. Very special, each.................................... 12FC Boot and Shoe Dept. A Hue of hoys' bouts, specially iiriced Saturday. Boys' Box Calf Blnclier Boots A jju'oil hr.rd '.vwiriny schoo1 shoe in all sizes. Xoto tho asked fur tlieso boys boots. Really astounding values. Sizes 5 to 10. Sixes 11 to Aft pair................................ Sizes 1 to pair........................... Lailies''Patent Strap Slippers Xt'atly pointed toe and Cuban heel in nfl all sizes. Heg. price Special, pr. Man's Gimmetal Button Bouts New shapes :nnl ;i nice dress shoe i! all sizes. Res- Sat. priced at, pr. 51.99 A CHICKEN SUPPER WILL BE SERVED SATUR- DAY NIGHT FROM SIX TO SEVEN-THIRTY O'CLOCK. PRICE 35c Men's Wear Men's Bine Serge Suit? Arery high grade quality and finely tailored. A splendid opportunity to get a new tall suit at a, very low price. Regular TA All sizes. Saturday special Men's Bine Serge Suits A good Quality suit In sizes from 31 ,to 44. Regular ?20.00. Saturday. Tweeds and Worsteds Suits Nine only. In small sizes only. 34 to A A A 38. Reg. 515.00 to J18.00. Sat special 1 Men's Hats In blues, blacks and browns, la 'AQ' all sizes. Oood qual. felts. Reg. J2.60 for Men's Caps Lgbt weight in silks and tweeds and A fancy worste'as. Reg. for...... Ladies' and Children's Wearing Apparel Crepe de Chene and Georgette Crepe Waists In large sizes, -10 to 16. In colors of whitVj and flesh. These are tbe newest models for fall. New Line of Fall Coats for Children Friday are making a sp.ef.ial showing oi new fall coats for children. Just opened np in the newest (lualities of Plush, Tweeds and Blanket Cloths. All sizes to select from. Ranging for 4 to 15 years. Prices are extremely moderate. Ladies' Sweaters In rose, tan, saxe and navy. These are exceptional values. Ranging in price from "7 J2.75, -13.-75 up to..........----'...... Ladies' New Fall Skirts Serges, tweeds, gaberdines and ladies' A A A -cloth. Prices from J5.00 to............ OJ.U.UU Ladies' White Flannelette Night Gowns Neatly trimmed and finished. Prices op ?1.26, J1.50, ?1.75, (2.00. anil............ tpi.tiJ Children's Striped Flannelette Pyjamas....... .Jn Baizes from 4 to 14 years. A A All one, price Children's Sweaters All sizes'In g'reyNvlth green trimmings. Saxe and white, grey and maroon and all PA grey and saxe. Prices ?1.36 up to....... New Sweaters For Ladles, Miasos 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 -Inspect onr excellent display and you will' readily convince yourself that we (can give the beat value at tbe least possible coat. Shcppard's fine uuality dress goods. 44 inches' .Special value, yard....................... ....v............. Lailies' Cashmere Hose In black. All sizes. Special, pair Little Darling All wool lio'se in black, white, sky, cardinal and tan. Odd sizes bnfy. pair B. P. C. Crochet Cotton lo ecru and white shades. Fndaj Special 2 for iVevr Nose Veils i Neckwear arid Frillin'gs just arrived. Dry Gdotls Specials for Saturday 45c 30c 25c t Honey.Cpmb Bedspreads Very fine quality and" wall'finished. Sin .Special Linen Huck Towels qize inclira bv 33 Friday Special, pair v. Dainty Japanese Crepes Ideal for Kimqnas, etc Fnda> Special miii Shantung Silk Very aupenoi finish quality 3 FLOUR QCILVIE'S CENTENNIAL f BRAND. Extra spec j-iai'. 98 Ib. Sack 'AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE .FLOUR. .-per packet OLD DUTCH CLEANS- 'ER, 3 tins........... 25c Brand, 35c LUX 1 3 packets GOLD DUST large packet ROYAL CROWN SOAI' j per carton ,RON AMI. Cake or pow- >dered.2 for SHREDDED WHEAT 2 pkts.............. Quaker CORN FLAKES Special, 6 for CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF Half pound tins 15c 25c 25c 22c 22c 25c 25c 45c 20c Keillers Shrimp, Salmon, An- chovy or bloater, per jar SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Sardines. O C CREAMETTES. 2 packets......... Cross Sour Mixed or Chow Chow. Qt. Sealers LIBBY'S TpMATO SAUCE. targe bottles. Reg. Special, per bottle WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. 41 ni 28 bars Special 20 Ibs. B. C. SUGAR and Half Pound tin .Cowan'i An Perfection'Cocoa SUGAR COFFEE SPECIAL 20 Ibs. Finest B. C. Sugar and 1 pound Chase Sanborn's Coffee CLARKE'S SOUP 1A- All kinds, per tin 1UC PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel brand. 1 pound tins.......... 27c 25c 35c 23c 45c -'FRENCH MUSHROOMS Special, per tin CANNED TOMATOES. C_ Large size. Heavy pack 19C TOMATO CATSUP 2 Ih. tins, 2 foiv..... EGGO BAKING POW- DER, lib. tins CORN MEAL Special, 10 Ibs. GINGER SNAP BIS- CUITS, 3 pounds Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib, sack SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa- nut. Special per Ib No. 1 DAIRY BUTTER CC 2 pounds Wflt PEAMEALED BACK Bi-tlie piece Special yjf per pound fci 11- Sliced, per pound 30c LIBBY'S PORK BEANS Large- tins Special 2 tint Rasniierry, plum and black currant 4 Ib. pails 25c lOc lOc 30c 40c FINEST B. C. TOMA- TOES. 2 Ibs......... SWEET POTATOES 3% PLUMS. Red or yellow, per pound PEACHES. Special per pound............ BARTLETT PEARS per dozen PLUMS. Flneat Per basket PEACHES. For preserving. Very special Per crate MACINTOSH RED APPLES. 3 pounds.. APPLES. Finest eating 4 poundB for TOKAY GRAPES per pound GRAPE CIDER. Reg. 70c Extra special per gal. Jugs extra APPLES Good cooking. 5 pounds GRAPE JUICE OC SALMON FINEST B. C. RED 1 Q per tin__________... TEA H. B. CO.'S SPECIAL 3 pounds 25c 25c 20c gal. HUDSON'S BAY CO.