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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBRH 10, I9lfi THE LKTIimUDGE DAILY HtsnALD PAGE FIVE We Sell "Monogram" Oil-the finest grade on the Market Baalim Motor Co. Limited PHONE 1224 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our entire organization ia at your icryice nod with our exper- ience we can safely guarantee to got you the best prices for your grain at .any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M 1922 Calgary 1 For Office 1866 Quota- algary 1 1311 Lothbrldgej ttoni. See Our Agenti who lire In your diet riot. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager PRINCE OPERATED ON t London. Sept. 'Albert, second sou of the king, has beep in- valided home and operated on- for abdominal absqess. tion uimoujfcing! adds the is'doing well. Ottawa, .Sept. Thomas Tail, director of national service for Cana- da, has arrived in the capital to take up his new duties. Today he confer- red with Sir Robert Borden and sev- eral of his colleagues in regard to tie- tails ot organization which, under the direction Sir Thomas, will mobilize Canada's resources of fighting and in dust rial material: Sir Thomas also conferred with P. B. McCurdy, under- secretary for'the department of mi- litia. It is'OXpected that an early an nouncement -will be made of the names of the men who will have charge of the various registration dis- tricts to be established throughout the dominion. 1 Evu Price and Miss Elslo1 Dai- ry mplo aro holidaying at Banff. Mist) Zolla Cronklilte returned today from a short visit to Calgary. Justice and Mrs. Simmons motored down f.-Tin Calgary yesterday and will remain lit- the city for a few days. Miss Agnes O'Hagen of Lethbrldfje Is the guoat of Miss Jessie '.Mac-Don- Herald. Hon. W. F. A. Turgeon, attorney- general of Saskatchewan, is tjio guest of his old friend Supl. PennoJather at The Barracks for a few days, Mr, and Mrs. M. Leahy, who have been visiting Mrs. Leahy's mother, Mrs. M. Hoy returned to their homo in Medicine Hat yesterday. Mrs. P. L. Naismlth and her mother- in-law, Mrs. Naismith of Drockville, have returned from the mountains, where they spent the summer and are at the Albertan. Mrs. J. P. Stallard, of Magrath and (laughter. Mrs. Ronald Lloyd, also Master Maurice, left today for Calgary lierft they will spend 11 few days at lit! PalHser. Before returning to Ma- I grath they will be tfic guests of Mrs. B. S. Lloyd, Sieghford Ranch, -Midria- pore. Over will be added to the Hod Cross fund as a result of Saturday's i work at T. H. Keith's store. Here the ladles of the society sold goods all day receiving twenty-five per cent on all sales. Tea was served to a large number by the ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller of Staf- fordville entertained at a farewell din- ner for several members of the Leth- bridge Highlanders on Sunday night. NICE WHITE LOAVES How Is Best To Make Them One of the tests of a good bread halt- .or Is to bake big, close-textured loaves, and, at the same produce a body of clenn, creamy-white appearance. When breadHurns out a dull or dark- ish color the chances are, cheap Infer- ior flour has been'used in which are particles of dust, fluff or lint As it is impossible to see these in the flour with the naked eye -when buying, the experienced housewife takes no chanc- es. She tells her grocer most emphat- ically to send around Ogllvie's Royal Household Flour. This uniform flour makes clean, .creamy-white loaves oC Oh, such delicious'flavor, and is full of the food value so necessary to build brain brajvn, _ .V The Herald inadvertently stated in i'ts issue of yesterday in dealing with the milling business of the city, that the Taylor Milling and Elevator Co. vators and that their intention was to devote-their time more closely to the milling business. The real intention, it Is learned to go more ex- tensively into the buying of grain on track, -the company, with its large eastern connections, is espec- ially well equipped to handle. SPEAKS Montreal, Sept E. L. Pa- tenaude today delivered a patriotic speech afSt, Martine, Chateauguay county; deprecating opposition to the war of a "little group of French-Cana- dians." And Fernie Member Nearly Lost His Deposit First Time He Contested the Scat (Special to HID Humid) Fcniio, Sept. aftermath of the election is already making its ap- pearance In the press, especially the ap.ec.ujaj.ipn as to ,lhe. cabinet which Mr. Brbwstor is likely to call around him. ho is. summoned to form a government. Dr. King of Craiibrook is mentioned in all the conjectures us being a inem-j her of the minis try, and he certainly j has the ubility and experience for any position which may be tendered to him. His long and continued service to his party, both fit the legislature f and as a candidate, .entitle him to first j consideration when representation, from the upper country is being ar- ranged for in the new government. But those closest to the doctor doubt whether he will be willing1 to give up his very large medical practice, built up through many years of faithful ser- vice in his profession. However this may be, the member for Craiibrook will not bo a rubber stamp in. a gov- ernment which will far exceod in abil- ity the one which has just, been turned down so emphatically by the voters of the province. The new legislature lias iii its mem- bers-elect a fine array of available tim- ber to form a cabinet ivliicli will rank n ability with that of any other pro- vince. Brewster, Macdoriald, Farris. Hart, Smith, Oliver, Pauline, King, McDon- ald of North Okanagan, Yorston and Fisher are all men who stand far above the ministry which goes out, and there are others not so well known who will make a good showing in the next legislature. This is not strange for the reason that the oppo- sition to the government put up its ablest men to contest with the rubber Twenty guests were present and the f legislators who Kilt.es wore given a hearty sendoff at baenprelleved of further service have the train. The provincial order of the Daugh- ters of the Empire iu Saskatchewan lias offered the sum of for the endowment of a scholarship to he awarded by the university to the most distinguished girl student graduating this year. legislature which was such only in name. A comparison, of the votes cast in 1909, when Mr. Fisher first made the race in the Fernie constituency against Mr. Ross and John Harrington is instructive. At that time Rossiled the ppll with 788 votes, Harrington following with G47, Fisher being third with bare- ly enough to save his deposit. It was at that election, too, that the famous repeating and personating tactics of the Conservatives was worked for all it was worth. The: Socialist commit- tee discovered twenty frau- dulent-ballots in exam- ination, out of a possible of huridreds which could have be'en'voted, and may have been run iii time, as sev- eral hundred were on the lists who had left the province for But tu return to the comparison of the 1909 vote with that cast last Thursday. From bottom place Fisher rose to the top, and it was the Socialist can- didate who lost his deposit. The vote standa. Fisher 737, Uphill 641 and Mc- Donald 187. It is better to make an Building permits within the past couple of months indicate that con- struction of additions and alterations to business blocks are making quite a boom. Among the permits issued is one for a addition to the eleva- tor of the Ellison Mills, one for a alteration to the Dallas Hotel .property and one for a alteration to the Hutchison store property on 5th St. South. Another permit is for a slaughter house on 2nd Avenue South. The permit is taken out in the'name of tho Taylor Milling and Elevator 2o. This permit was granted in Au- ;ust. Whether the1 company will be allowed to proceed with the work will depend on the action of the Com- missioners when the mayor and Com-__________ missioner Grace return. A petition on prohibition novf shows a-nia- now being signed by residents in tliei jority of between 7000 and 9000, which eastern part of the city protesting j puts it beyond the possibility of being igainst a slaughter house being alvj overthrown by the soldier vote. "With- uphill record down hill slide the voting than and Mr. Fisher and Uis friends are jubilant- It will be impossible to state the votes on suf-i fragfi and prohibition until the official' count has been made in this district. Returns from the province make it certain that equal suffrage has car- ried by a large majority, and that the owed so close to the residential dis- trict. For a Tip-top Breakfast Serve New Post Toasties Here's the why: j The New Toasties have a deli cate. true corn ed by any other corn Trial proves. They aro the moat of choicest white Indian cook- ed and seasoned, then rolled into thin and toasted by quick, intense heat. A new patented rdtary process of mailing raises dis- tinguishing little-bubbles onseaeh flake, and brings out their won- derful now fhrvor. New Post Toasties NeW Delight Made in Canada by Canucjujn Ppstum Cereal. Co., Lid., out apparent reason, some people! aeem to think that the soldiers vote entirely different from what their old neighbors and friends at horaej have done, hut these are likely to be I in for a rude awakening after the sol j diei vote has been counted. Athens, via London, Sept. Royalist organ, Forward, will publish i tomorrow the opening article in a pro- j war campaign intended to prepare tho opinion of Greeks for the entry their country Into The newspaper demands an immed- iate explanation, and the release of Greek soldiers made prisoners by the Bulgarians at Kavala, plainly indicat- ing that the alternative will be war. Speaking of the Greeks made prison- ers at Kavala, the. Forward says. "Only those are treated as prisoners who surrender to the enemy. We know that Premier Kalogeropoulos has taken steps with Germany .for the im- mediate return of our all their effects. It this demand is not. at once satisfied the government must consider the measures to be taken." King Constantino is said not to be Ignorant of the contents of the For- ward's article. SIR SAM ON WAY HOME Ottawa, Sept. is un- derstood that Sir Sam Hughes, minister of militia, has left England, or is on the point of departure for Canada. .He will be in the capita! again before tho. end of next week. Sir Sam has been absent since the firsts week in July ofiles nf NoblctiScn Cigars have more than trebled oaring the past three months jou tried one l v' Fall Fashions are all Aglow in our Ready-to-Wear Dept. Beautiful now fall ladies' suits are on'display in a wide range of the newest cloths of serges and broadcloths. Nigger browns, Russian green, greys, navy blues and blacks are among th'j colors to make .your selection from each and everyone the latest fashion creation. are showing a most exclusive line of Ladies' and Children's now Fall Coats. A few that call for special mention arc hand- some iSealettc Coats with trimmings of Civet Cat, also with bear fur trimmings, plush coats with Beaver and Sable trimmings are the very newest. I Handsome new line of Children's Jersey Suits in all colors, with kilt skirt and bloomer styles. Children's corset waists just arrived in all sixes fro 3 to 10 years. WALL PAPERS A splendid range .of new wall-papers are now on display. A big variety to make your selection from Prices range from Sc, lOc, 12c, 15c up to 35c per roll Econony Notes from the Dry Goods Section Viyella Flannels In fancy stripes of blue, green, brown, etc., suitable for waists, very durable, price per yard DUC Silk Poplin 30 in. wide, in handsome shades of rose, navy, green, Saxe, blue and black, superior frt finish, price per yard 1.3 V Velveteen In shades of old gold scarlet, navy, saxe, blue, brown, black and white, price p per yard Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs "With colored borders of pink, sky, paddy and n p maroon, special price, 2 3 C Silver Mesh Purses, Card Cases, .....Coin Purses Priced from 75c to Wednesday Half Price Housefurnishings CHINA WARE SPECIALS JAPANESE CUPS AND SAUCERS, special 2 MILK JUGS, pretty floral design, j nf price cadi 43C CV SMALL TEAPOTS COFFEE POTS, dainty -in blue designs, price each CUPS AND S'AUCERS, Clover Leaf Semi- porcelain-quality1, special G Boots and Shoes Specials Boys' Tan Canvas 'Boots toe cap makes, a nice, strong boot for school wear, sizes 11 to 5; regular ?2.25 jp-i special per pair vl.Oi) Ladies' House Slippers With elastic .fronts, all sizes, to clear per pair 1 A lew odd lines of Ladies' Boots and Pumps and Oxfords Worth up to 56.50, sizes up to 4 only, to dM nn clear at per pair..................... Specials for Men and Boys Boys' Pants in Tweeds Worsteds Sizes from a to IB years, rejr. nn Wednesday, per pair................ .V V Boys' Corduroy Pants All sizes, regular 52.25. Wednesday- OA per pair......................... Boys' Jerseys In brown, cardinal, navy, Saxe and white, sizes from IS to 26. Wednesday nn t- nn priced at K UV Men's Cotton Socks, 2 pairs for 25c Men's Wool Socks 3 pi's. Grocery Notes for the Wednesday Shopper PEAMEALED BACK BACON, special by 'the piece