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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, Wit THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t-AGE FIVE THE AUDITORIUM CLUB will hold a Public Dance In the K. P. HALL SepL21st Proceeds will' given to RED CRO.SS FUNDS. IT'S TODAY owing to tlio chatigu In U'io j weather Ilia of Ifancy drawing for tho Tray, and Dance, given under tho HUH- pices of the Art Needlework TpLHPHONE iOi in expected home to euslr- IUr. 1C. .J. toiluy from ;i em cities. W, Austin left last week Mcdidiun Hal, whero she will t in the tulme. lot Ihe home of thi' President. MRS. J. B.-REUTER, 1266 Fifth Avcnuo South, today, will held Inside. The Sale of Fancy Work will commence at. four o'clock Pancing and the drawing for I he Tray In. the evening. The proceeds will go to the Red Oross Fund. Miss lltssic Promt iclt the city tills morning tor L-' where she will spend the winter. WOMAN SICK FOR YEARS Wants Other Women to Know How She was Finally Restored to Health. Hammond, Ont. I pusiing through the Chbtige of Life and for two years had hot flushes very had, head- aches, sorenews in the back of head, was constipated, ond-hadweak, nervous ings. The doctor who attended. for a number of years did not help me, but 1 have been entirely relieved of tho above lymptoms by Lytlia E. Pinhhpm'a Miss tidna1'Davidson of Assintboia. Vegetable Compound, Blood Purifier find I wlio.'haH lict'ii spending thej Liver Fills, and (f.ve you permission to jiubiinh my testimonial." summer, at the home (if her uncle, H. K. Davidson, returns today. Hdmontcn'i Bulletin Mrs. K. Gordon, -Algonquin Apartments, 1 returned to'town, alter spnidiiiK part j of the summer with friends m Letli- briiljrft is acrompanlo.1. bv Mrs. 'P. 1'- Conytieare. who, I will ho her gut-si for a short, lime. Mrs. K. .Johnston the hos- iksB of a hrlghl. Ira' hour function 1 yesterday afternoon in honor ui no mother, "MfB. Boll of Victoria. Mrs. J. A. RobprlBOii am' A- SJmrman presided nt the tea table which was jireUily with asters. jiubiinh my testimonial." Mrs. Louis BEAUCAGB, Sr., New Brunswick, Canada. J can hi glily recommend Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Compound to any suffering wo- man. I have taken it for ferr.me weak- ness nni! painful .menstruation and it' cured me. Mrs. BAHBOUK, Hfcrvey Bank, New ___......, Canada. Lydto E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native root sand herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, i contain H no narcouc or mmniui anil to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ilia r i we know of. and thousands of voluntarj testimonials on file in the Finkham lab- The Miners' Hund will Hinder Jrlolic music tonight :it tho home Mrs. .1. H. Heater, where the .1 I NTwile-work Club arc entertaining in aid of the Hed Cross. The drawing for the embroldf red t cay_Ukes woman'owes t'nrards it to hcraelf to give Lydia E. Pinkhani'H Vegetable Compound a trial. CLAUDE HUGHES Phone 1115 of Slnqing, Piano, Theory, Sir training Weeklv Classes for Theory STARTING NOW SPECIAL FEE FOR THI8 SUBJECT. 5th AVI. Tim Daughters of tlic Empire grateful over the result of Flag after '.the expenses of hue been paid, the splendid sum of be placcil in the trcas-, ury. The Chapter le'.iorls that more; people responded this year than ItliouRh the donations were smaller, anil la all cases the collectors were itry kindly received by the people. WRIDK-LAWLEY The wedding of .Mr. Clinton Wride to Miss Dorothy both of -tlayninail, was solemnizcil (Iiiietlj-' tct Wesley parsonage yestsr- a'ftcrnoon the Cobble- dick. The yoimg couple left for mund where they will reside. groom, is a farmer living near moad. i King Honors a Calgary Officer London, Sept. Christ- oyhor Geoffrey Artt-Mr.-of luth in wts- invesied. witb t-Jia- in- If yon iranl snppial nrtricc wrilc LydJii K. I'inkiinm Co. {conn- dent i til) lynn, MUKS. VOIT Intler will be read and answered by a ffooian and held in sirict RECRUITING FOR NEW REGIMENT Cu'.gary, Alta.. Sent- 1 Re- cruitliip for the 82nd Battalion, Lleul.-Col. A. l.ou-ry, com- mantling, here this morn- ing. and tho officers of ine reg- iinent say they art> well pleased at the rate at which men are offuring themselves. _ THE FASHSON SEEKER-THE HOUSEHOLD PROVIDER- ALL CAN SAVE HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Smartest Fashion and Colorings of the moment in Ladies' Autumn Suits and Coats newest Bulls and Coals From our1 pastern inan- ufae.uirers for ladies' Anfninn wearing. All the newest styles.-lovely models, some in plain effects, others distinctly mil! rary in bwW 4 pounds for Per doaen Bach 8 pounds for -pounds for... Old Country Ginger Snaps; por pound Golden Syrup; 2 ib. pailjtw 5 pound piil 3Ss pound pail 65c Lard- MR 3 pound pail 5 pound pail 75c Picnic Per pound Back Bacon Par pound 98 Ib. sack 49 pound sack 24 pound sack 1C m I U ,...85c SUGAR SPECIAL 20 pound saok ot Pure Cano B. C. EH Sugar for 9 I (One sack only to each customer.) All Wool Hose Ladies' and Child's all wool Hose in plain and 1-1 ribbed cashmere, also 4-1 all wool ritrjefl heavy nose. Sizes from QRft to 10; this week end per pair----- fcwU Flannelette 27 inch all wliite Flannelette, good weight no sizing; regular Qf> .................OV For per yard Candy Specials Pauliu Chambers Brown Mixed Candy. Per pound assortment of Candy, fresh, new goods. On sale Friday and OCg Saturday, per pound fcW Cord Velvets Lewis silk finish Cord' VifivaU, full 24 inches in tan, brown, navy, sale blues hunter's green. Regular QCW .for per yard WV-V Silk ShantunB gllk. full 3t inches .in. natural color; regular Week end special Daughters of The Empire in Charge of Tea Rooms Friday or outside was not knmvn. Other ar-? "n connection with' the casii arc! i be pending arid if investiga- tions which are now being followed lead to anything, sensations may bCj looked for." j ef Oil Millionaires Loanlt HEAVY TOLL AT DARDANELLES New York, N.Y., Sept. Oil millionaires, including' John D. jr., it was reported to- t doy, are considering the terms of tue proposed cretin'.loan to Great Britain and France, with ft .view- to participation. Mr. White Back Ottawa, OiU., Sept. W. T. Wliite. minister of Finance, who re- turned to Ottawa today, said he ex- pects the Anglo-French finance com- mission will come to Otawaivheu New York negotiations for 000 loan have been concluded. ..Mr. White declined to discuss the prospects of the Joan. Vie did not take any part in the negotiations, he salrl. London. Sept. Bri- tish casualties for the llardn- nellra up to August 21 were The number of Killed ill! to that lime was An Knglisli novellv is a life'saving deck chair loi passpagct nafl, ing a Iw-k and srat made (if a double piece of waterproof enclosing granulated corn Duke Pleased With Troops at Calgary Camp Calgary, Alta., Sept. the Duke of Connaught was pleased with what he saw of 'Alberta's troops at tile Sarcee Camp, is evident froni the following camp order Issued today: "His Royal Highness the Duke ol ('onimnght desires to express' Ills groat satisfaction at the appeai-snce of the troops on parade during hie visit, and the steadiness and rligular- itv with which all movements; weie performed. The resort wWch hs has retelved as to the good ,of all ranks hu given him much pleasure. Do Not Delay in Buying Your Peaches and Plums The Best Fruit Will Sport Be Over Peaches, per case Italian Prunes, 221b. box 75c 261b. box 80c Toinatoes. per pound Eipe Tomatoes, per basket 25C Green Peppers, pound ----15C 1'HRESHEKS Wo wiU be to quoteyou prices on Evap- oi-iitc'd Fruits, Canned Goods. Wealthy Apples Unwrapped, in big box Wrapped, extra fancy is still advancing. We have extra value in 35C ground Cof- fee, 3 pounds for.......SI.00 Will pay 30.' for Fresh Eggs. Will pay 80c for Choice Butter H. A. McKILLOP CO. ;