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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SDAY, SEPTKMBEH THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IlCRALD PAGE FIVE ak about the D A and th DIVA CoriotB. it the Majestic hat much read and oft re- iraee "Somewhere in France" you a meaning, dear in mom- jo, this war-play of that name coming to the -Majestic for nd Saturday nights, will no a welcome factor in depict- ,1 scenes from the front In ad- afTording you probably one toot wholesome and interest- Ing's amusement which you for aovo time. ;ary drama, whose scenes are Canada and "Somewhere in it-has a heart interest, which IVE of these points demands on as n wholesome love story ding charm. There is, of he usual unscrupulous villaii t to the story. it the Empress Hoops, whose appearance in ictures. is always received treat, will next be seen in the ig cast of Edmund Breese, in ell of the a wonder- ed on the poem of the same Robert W.: Service, when it i the Empress theatre tonight last time. Mr, Hoops aup- Ir. Breese in "The Song of a aye" another screen adaption f Robert Service's poems. Iten the" case among players I of friends are required to iost deadly enemies for stage Mr. Hoops and Mr. Breese as tlie wealthy factory filbert Temple" and the diam- e-rough "Jim Carson." Others ist this photodramatization lobert W. Service poem are Christine Mayo, who is at her best lu pictures, Although she ha? had var- ied stage experience as well, At Storland Hazel "iDawn, the beautiful Paqa- mount star, will appear at Starland In "The Feud Girl" for tho last time to- ninlit. This is a splendid drama, beau- tifully staged and excellently acted. It is one of tho finest and most in- tensely gripping features that have been shown at Starland for some time. On Friday and Saturday Paulina Frederick, who has appeared In ninny rare productions, will be seen iu "The, Moment Before." In this great Zang- will drama, Miss Frederick appears as I a Gypsy The scene of Hie play is first laid in England and later In Australia. Madge, a gypsy girl, is married to a brutal husband who in a fit of jealous rage commits a mur- der. This leads to a series of events in which the husband meets death at the hands of :his wife, who later mar- ries tlio man that she really loves and returns to England. Miss Fred- erick is supported' by an excellent company and a rare treat Is in store for patrons who see the play, CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT THE OR- PHEUM For tonight ami the balance of the week, besides other good films, Char- lie Chaplin will appear in. the great- est of all his master pieces. "The Those who saw this picture with, the inimitable Charlie Milk Talks "WHAT IS THE POOD VALUE OF A GLASS OF MILK? A glass of Is about equal to 2 large eggs. u largo Borving of lean moat 3 moderate slzctl potatoes, 5 tiiblesDOonfrlB ot cooked ceroal, 3 tablet! pofinfiilii oE oiled or 2 HllcoB of bread. IB Milk a Cheap is OIKS of the cheapest foods on tlio market. It is also one of the most digested. It Io very nourishing, and may- be served in a number of different ways as custards, puddings, saucen, cream, Ice cream, cheese, etc. le Pasteurized Milk Less' Nu- milk is just as digestible ami just as. nutritious as raw milk. What is thft Advantage of lion, saves lives and prevents- sickness." OUR MILK IS PASTEURIZED AND CLARIFIED. Our Calgary Branch Waa First Prize far Bailer At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" Limited PHONE 1576 PHONE 1224 if II ON ARCH Winnipeg, Sept. Hon. Robert Rogers gave evirtnnce this morning be- fore the royal commission investigat- ing the Agricultural College contracts. His examination by Hugh Phillips, K. C., counsel for the government, 'Tvlll be continued this afternoon. Mr. Mro. D. G, McKonzlo of Muclcod li? ho guest ot Mrs. W. S. Gray. Tho I. 0. D. B. will In charge of ho Hildson'B Bay tea room tomorrow ittornoon. Mrs. Smith's section ot tho Hebe- tahs will meet tomorrow night at S o'clock at her home, 21 Bryan hloclt. The ladles of. Mrs.'.Cudoba's section of tho Rohekahs will meet at the lomo of Mrs. Alex Nlvcn, 634 18th Street South, on Friday evening. 'Justice and Mrs. W. C. Simmons, who have been spending a few days with Senator and Mrs. L. G. DeVeber, eft for Ca'.isary today In their motor. Mr. J. N. Kennedy, manager the Merchants Bank, has returned from a trip, to the east. Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Dorothy will return next week. Mrs. J. R. Palmer and little daugh- who have been spending the sum- mer in Calgary, arc leaving for Eng- land early next month to he with Lt. Palmer, who has just gone overseas. Mr Harry Nolan, son of Mrs. P. Jl Nolan of Calgary, who went to Oxford a year ago as Alberta Rhodes scholar, has been given a commission in the Canadian army in England. Mrs J. W. Bartlell and children, formerly of Lethbridge but residents of Calgary for nearly a year, left the J beginning of the week for England, where they will reside in future. A special meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held on Friday at S p.m. at the home of Sirs. J. F. Simp- son to make further arrangements for the Christmas shower. A good at- tendance is requested. Mrs. L. M. Johnstone, who has been spending tho summer at the coast and at Montreal, is leaving next week for England, where she will re- side for the duration of the war. Mrs. Johnstone and Mrs. Hugh Donnan are picture witn. tne mimimuie unanie e c here last winter will want to see it j Rogers stated that the change in con- again. Those who have not seen it; tract for power house at the college should not let this chance slip. Chap- 1 from to was made at lin's feet are featured in many feet of film in The Floorwalker. be let immediately. So far as the Herald can learn there is very little opposition to the mea- 'f 'sure. There is less objection than: sible to erect the power house a OJ, w I less than SS700 additional to tne ten- PHI, der figure which, he thought, made MW If the ySr the actual cost of the building with- e s out profit. every reason to believe the measure was simply a matter ot h more than th Canadian Postnm Cereal Co. Ltd. Windsor, Ontario sailing together from New York. tho recommendation of Mr. Hooper, then provincial architect and since de- ceased, and because in Mr. Hooper's udgment the work could.not be done according to specifications for a lower Igure. At that time, in the summer of 1911, Mr. Rogers was minister of public works for Manitoba, a position which he relinquished on October 9, i 1911. Mr. Rogers said Mr. Hooper in- j formed him that Halls Aldinger, who had signed the power iiouse contract at though the) contract had not been signed by him, could not do the work at that figure without a loss, and he approved of the suggestion that the figure be increas- ed, and telephoned Mr. Carter to see the architect. The tender was ac- cepted on July 2G. Mr. Rogers could not fix definitely the date whan Mr. Hooper told him it was too low. It might have been a week or ten days later. Mr. Hooper had always claimed that Carter would lose to 000 on the administration building and he had this in mind when he made the; recommendation as to the power house. "Mr. continued the minis- ter, "was satisfied that it was impos- A Service for People Who Care Travel the Donaldson Way Sailings from_Montreal CASSANDRA Sept. 28 ATHENIA Oct. 17 SATURNIA Oct. 24 CASSANDR'A Oct. 31 Tickets and oilier information from any or steamship DONALDSQN LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Commissioner Freeman received; word this morning that the Board of i Public Utilities had approved the fil- tration plant bylaw which goes to the te tomorrow. If contract can "It was simply a matter of by much ffiore than business the department and I en- tirely accepted the judgment of the two-thirds vote required. architect. Mr. Phillips suggested that it cpuld he established that Mr. Hooper was never at his office after August 12 and he endeavored to secure from Mr. Rogers a closer estimate of the time when the architect recommended in- creasing the contract. Mr. Rogers re- plied that his memory was clear and distinct that Hooper had made the recommendation, and he said that- sometimes when he was sick in bed Hoopar could go to the office for a lime. The minister said he was guid- ed by the advice of his offleiols and he always found Mr. Hooper's judg- ment "very sound and very safe." KEEP DOWN SIZE OF PAPER Winnipeg, Sept. Telegram says today: "Owing to the extremely critical conditions in the paper mills from which the Telegram receives its supply of news print paper, the Tele- gram is compelled to keep down to a minimum the size of all regular editions, including the Fanners'.Tele- gram aiid Family .Magazine, until the threatened labor troubles at the mills are ffiED SHE M 'Edmonton, Sept. George W. Silk, Edmonton south, has received a telegram announcing the death in action her husband, George W. Silk Sr., and her eldest' son, George W. Silk, Jr., both of whom met death at the same time, September 9th. Father and son were members oi the 5ist-Overseas Battalion and were drafted into the 48th. Highlanders of Toronto. They were members of Holy Trinity church, George W. Jr., being an active worker in the Sunday school. WANT TO LEASE STREET RAILWAY FOR 20 YEARS Edmonton, Sept. Board of Trado "here favors leasing the city's street railway for 20 years to a priv- ate company. Mayor Henry is op- posed. IN Bread the cheapest food known. bread baking reduces the high cost of living by lessen- ing the amount of slve meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. Kinsi E.W.GILUETT COMBW UMITH) Dry and Staple'Merchandise L 2'J Ji SHANTUNG SILK, :i2 inches wide in rose, pink, green, navy, mauve, etc., superior Fin- nj? and quality, priced at per yard SILK SHIRTING, 80 in. wide, in shades oE blue, fawn and cream, priced ut per A A yard A a W LAMBKIN CRIB BLANKETS, stamped, x white with pink or blue border, each................................. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS, size 18 x 33 priced per pair....................... WHITE HUCK TOWELS, per pair.............................. REJANE DENTAL CREAMS, price........................... CLOTHES BRUSHES, each :30c 39c 25c .29c CHILDREN'S 1-1 R1SBED HOSE, all wool qual- ity in black, white, cardinal and tan Hizes to bV-i, per pair 35c Sizes G to per pair 40c iSixc 7 per pair..........45c Hixc.s to 8, per pair 59c CHILDREN'S 1-1 RIBBED ALL WOOL HOSE, in sky only, all sizes, special per pair LADIES' BLACK AND WHITE STRIPED SUEDE BELTS, sizes 21 to M, price each LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE, heavy qual- ity in all sizes, .prices per pair......... ff, And offers rare opportunities to warmly clothe the little tots at a mo- derate outlay Children's new dresses for fall and winter, in serges, velvets and shepherd's checks, beautifully made'.throughout, and are marked at prices that will indeed he pop- ular. CHILDREN'S COATS, in Ell colors and a very varied selection of styles to choose from, made of the warmest and most durable materials and priced as usual very moderate. CHILDREN'S K1MONAS, made of flannellette and eiderdown, in colors of pink and blue, priced i............... LlaUUellCLLB TAPESTRY RUGS, in neat floral border stylo, with green centres, small pattern Sizes 3x3 yards, priced Sizes 3 x 3% yds. priced -Sizes 3x4'yards, priced TAPESTRY STAIR CARPET, fine quality, neat 'tan' and' green inclies wide, per yard DOc inches wide, per yd. REVERSIBLE JUTE STAIR CARPET, in red, tan and green shades, very strong and 22% inches wide, per yard 39c 27 inches wide, per yard 49c so YARD'S ONLY EXTRA HEAVY QUALITY BRUSSELS STAIR CARPET, neat pattern, 27 inches wide, regular special per yard 98 Sack AUNT: JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR. OLD DUTCH CLEANS- ER. 3 tins LUX. 3 packets GOLD DUST large packet ROYAL GROWN SOAP OO per carton BON AMI. Cake or pow- dered.2 for 6JC- SHREDDED WHEAT OP 2 pkts.............. tttH. Quaker CORN FLAKES te Special, 6 for CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF oA Half pound tins FISH PASTES Keillefs Shrimp, Salmon, An- chovy or bloater. per-Jar SARDINES. H. B. ,Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Special, 2 tins CREAMETTE8. 2 packets Gross Sour Jltxed pr Chow Chow. Qt. Sealers 25c Brariu, 35c 20 Ibs.. B. C, SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's Art Perfection Cocoa SUGAR COFFEE SPECIAL 20 ffas. Finest B. C. Sugar 1 pound 'Chase Sarfborn's Coffee .CLARKE'S SOUP All kinds, per tin PEANUT BUTTER. brand. 1 pounii tins....... FRENCH MUSHROOMS Special, per tin 4 I V CANNED TOMATOES, -j C fiarge size. Heavy pack TOMATO CATSUP 2 tb. tins, 2 for EGGO BAKING POW. DER. 1 Ib. tins...... CORN MEAL Special, 10 GINGER SNAP BIS- CUITS, 2 pounds Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib. sack SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa- nut. Special, per Ib No. 1 DAIRY BUTTER per Ib............... PEAMEALED BACK By tho, piece. Special rtir per pound......... Sliced, per pound 30c Raspberry, plum and. black currant with apple 4 Ib, palls 25c lOc 25c 19c 10c Squirrel 29c 25c 20e 3Sc 23.c ;4Sc 45c LIBBY'S PORK BEANS Large tins. Special ,2 this FINEST TOMATOES per Ib............... SWEET POTATOES pounds PLUMS. Red or yelloty. per pound PEACHES. Special per pound........... BARTLETT PEARS per dozen .........T PLUMS, finest Per basket.......... PEACHES. For preserving. Very- special.' 1 ff Per .MACINTOSH RED APPLES. 3 pounds.. APPLES. Finest eating 4 pounds for TOKAY GRAPES per pound APPLES. Good cookiug. 5 pounds SALMON FINEST B. C. RED per tin-............ H. B. Co.'s-SPECIAL (M ftft 3 pounds OREGON PRUNES, >i op 20 Ib. cases each 4) CREAMERY BUTTER, Cards- Brookfield or Crystal, per Ib..... POST spec- ial, 3 for MACARONI, 2 packets CORN STARCH, 3 packets FELS NAPTHA SOAP, per carton FAIRY or CASTILE SOAP, 10 cakea 35c 25c 25c 20c :.25c 19c 40c :27c 23c 25c 69c 25c ;