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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIE LETIinniDAE PA'M' HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, Ifllfl BREAD CHEAPEST FOOD KNOWN floltl Than More Nourish- ing There is more luoil value per pound in good bread than In meat. Dread is .1 greater eiicrgUer. lias less waste, Officer of 1'liitoon Tells of His Instantly by Uiilleit tr better food for hard workers and costs from one-fifth to one-tenth less. This is. of course, providing the broad is made from flour which is clean pure-bevond the shadow of Mrs. Kins, whose hu.sbam Corp. -adoubt For-no bread can be better King, was killod in action re- than the Hour it is made from. 'Infer- ,-eutly. has reVelved a letter from LI. ior flour 'no matter how cheap, is ruin- jIl-NaUy of tho 58th Uattaiion. giving ous economy. i complete .particulars. The letter reads Grocers like to sell Ogilvic's Royal :as follows: Household Flour for the reason that i Somewhere in France, it is so clean and pure and bakes big. August 2li. 1916. loaves food value. It is w. King: a flour" that makes, the -experienced, 51ra is indeed .housewife a satisfied fllM Io lny iot these days Vertisenient. knowing what I do of your beau- tiful home life, this is one of the sad- dest. You will no doubt before this have been notified of death of your dear husband in action. 1 knew Corporal King Quite well, as have been his platoon officer, for some time now. I was not in command ot his .party the oilier night when the sniper got in his deadly work, but I bad com- lii'aud of another parly close by. CITY 10 WES TEACHERS TO Iffi HERE 5 AND 6 The annual couvontlon or the teach- of the Lt'thbi-idgl! am! in- spectorates is to he lielil Mn Leth- bridge again .this year, on 5 and .C. The program '-been ar-' raiiKe'-1. as follows: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th 9.30 A. M. Invoeation. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick. Addresses of Har- die, Mr. R. R.- Davidson, chairman of Hie Lethbridgs-school ttoply to J. Steven- son. 31. A. .History in the Public R. U. Roberts. M.A., Calgary Normal school. 2 P. M. Primary Equipment and Useful School S. The War's Opportunities for Teach- J. W. Low. I How to 'make Arithmetic function in the Child's R. H. Roberts I Honor Judge Jack- son. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th 9.30 A. M. Wider Uses of the Sohool 3Ir. J. Stevenson. M.A. School L. L. Lyi'iii. 31.A.. 3Ir. R. L. Gaughan. Co-relation of P. Ramsay. Problems of landers a rousing scndoff. but this'. the time, beyond handing them was impossible owing to the fact that. to the stretcher bearers ami first aid the battalion left from Calgary. How-: men for treatment. However. 1 can ever Commissioner Freeman and Act-! assure you that everything was done ir-.E Citv Clerk Oliver Wednesday sent. for Corporal King that could oe done: the roliowiiu; telegram to Ottawa, to i his death was very merciful, being in- be delivered" 10 the unit there: .-siantan-sons. He a word: Lieut-Col. Pryce-Jones. i nor in fact did he know what struck 113th Ban.." Lethbridse Highlanders I him. it happened so He was Ottawa Out buried in the cemetery here and his your sudden departure put an offl-! grave is marked with a cross and his c..l out of the nuestion. hn, Rural Education and Rural Leader- Howes, B.S.A., University of Alberta. Election of officers. We who have to remain at home j best non-commissioned officers, a good appreciate the sacrifice you are mak-1 soldier and a brave man. He set a hg and n honoring you for it we will j good example to the men and I could strive to keep the home fires burning, always depend on him to do his dim. l-urine von of the city's deep in-II am enclosing a handkerchief which forest in the welfare of the Lethbridge was not found until the otner eftects -Highlanders and trusting to welcome bad been sent, you all safely back after a glorious victory and covered wilh laurels. M. FREEMAN, CLARKE CO. YOUR SUIT OR COAT IS BEST CHOSEN HERE If You Would be Sure of its Exclusiveness, -v l i ,y its Style and its Moderation in Price THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 I lAcadiaBlock ilk [Mush Coats Plain or Fur Trimmi'd. belled or loose styles, beautifully lined through- out, plushes that tlo not scuff. Lovely Broadcloth Siiits V32.50, and up to Smartest styles with convertible, collars, belted coats, full flnro skirts, with bell and shirring at waist. Special Tweed .Coats and Two of tlu> very best values we have seen this season, belted or loose backs; belted fronts, con vertible collars, handsome tweocts. Big; Women's Suits to good collection of sizes up to inches, in grey, navy and black, splendid variety styles. Serge and Cheviot Suits and Some of the most attractive styles of the sea- son included in this lot, colors navy, 'brown, green and black, some trimmed. Plain Coats. flrb.UO Grout variety of most styles'in looss or bolted styles, colors navy ami black. See that your bears a Northway Label and yon are IR'otct'tiii'g; youi'seli' in the best'possible way in style, quality and thor- ough goodness'of workmanship. "Gossard" Corsets >Tow stoclt just to hiind. (he most perfect fittititf'und most inexpenKivo i'ront-lfnj- inj; corset on the nmrlcul. Prim Now Made in Canada; and no i Duty to Pay1' SiLK BOOT HOSE 50c New stock just received, all sixes, black ami white. FINEST WOOL CHALLIES 65c Lovely qualities, neat 'flor- al anil scroll designs, 32 ins. wide; washable. FLANNELETTE SHEETS White or grey, size 60 by ins., same value us last year. Special tomorrow. NEW KIMdNAS to A lovely licw stock in. crepes, silks'ttanii wool dial- lies. it: very handsome and elaborate styles. In conclusion. Mrs. King. I wish to assure you oi my heartfelt sympathy with vou and the children in your be- Acting Mayor.' reavement, ami "to promise you that J RUSSELL OLIVER, j Ms death will be fully avenged. If at City Clerk, j any time I can be of service to you. I please let me know. i Sincerely yours. MERE LAD KILLED !N ACTION I Lieut Eric Sharpies, aged 10. sou I oi H. H. Sharpies, foreman in the C. p. R. shops at Calgary, has been tilled in. action. j H. G. KILNER SHOE STOKE iU 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. R P. B. McNALLY, Lieut.. oSth Battalion, Canadians, 50 COAL MINERS WANTED AT. ONCE Chinook Coal Co COMMERCE, ALTA. Prince Albert. Sept. Ros- thern Enterprise says that Martin Rasper, the 16-year-old son of Peter Kasper, living three miles south of Waldheim. died on Saturday last from infantile paralysis. B. E. F., France.' The boy had -been helping during the fall harvesting operations, and on the Sunday previous complained of pains in his limbs. He got gradually worse and other complications set in. During the week he a high fever and delirious, being in this state- when medical aid was sent for. He was too faFgbne, however, for the skill of physicians to effect relief, and passed away shortly aftferw'ards. Another case of infantile paralysis is from Bellevue, the patient ill. according to latest re- ports. Ottawa, Sept. casual- lies from the beginning of the war un- til August 31. totalled of this number are dead, 5.99S having been killed, .outright in action and having succumbed to their wounds, while 39S died of sickness.' In addition to the above, 723 are presumed dead because they have hot been heard of tor siz months. The wounded totalled and the niiss- 1 ing including prisoners of war of the wounded pi-mJably a third at least would return to service. The pro- portion who have died of sickness is very small and is an indication of the high condition, of efficiency of mili- tary and medical methods and the absence of epidemic disease "-in the service, .In the African war those.who CONVENTION AT RAYMOND (From Our CKvn Correspondent) Raymond, Sept. ftf the most spiriiM and beneficial conven- tions ever hv'd in Raymond was con- cluded last evening when the Mutual Improvement association conference was brought to a successful close. Under the cheerful, optimistic spirit of Mr. Oscar Kirkham, the energetic field superintendent of the -Y.jl.M.LA. from Salt Lake, every session', five in all, were weighted with splendid ad- vice and exhortation relative to mu- tual iniprovement work. The v large number of workers present from every part of the' stake were filled, .with re- newed enthusiasm in the and will return to their homes determined to' make the 1916-17 season the bau- (Syociitl to Herald) Fernie.. Sept. A. Ctimmirigs; secretary-treasurer of the Amalgamat- ed Patriotic Fund of Fernie was a little late-this month in hand- ing in his monthly report of receipts and expenditures-'of the fund for last month, owing to his absence for some days- at the coast. Though late, the A report shows no lagging in the irilmtiofis. to the fund. Fernie .Taud ,Coa! Creek employees' of the Coal Co.. contributions aggref gate 3998.85, and the general collec- tion .in the" same territory amounts to f THE NEW ARMORED CAR Michel Natal' of tap same conipany total ?621fiO: Newgate Hanubur 521.50: Jaffray Bull River died of sickness were more killed. DO YOU irCflftt? The Grace Coal Mine Is aow prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton At niine 3.25 ton LOADS CALGARY CASUALTIES Lieut, Edward Thomas Toole, who than those juer one in the history of the .Taylor stake. Mrs. Ann M. Cannon repre- sented Saturday evening in the Knight Academy' gj-innasium an enjoyable is reported killed in-.action.. -was one BayneV'itnd arid Flag- stone Total collections, 951.30. A, total expenditure, including 327.30. sent to the treasurer at Vic- toria, of reported. This makes EL'grand" total of 728.90 collected -of which has been forwarded to Victoria. Disbursement "to MS families with 304 children' of Soldiers for the month of August amounted tn S2.SS7.Q5. This is a showing of which the peo- ple of the district may feel proud, but increasing demands upon these funds as dependent families increase will call for still further sacrifices upon the part of have to remain at home. Describing the wonderful ar- mored car employed in last Friday's British offensive. Hall Caine, the celebrated novelist and dramatist, writes: "I am told the power of this new juggernaut is such that if it rolled up Broadway {which, God and was directed at the Fjatiron -building (which also GoA it .'would bring down and rollout at the other. side almost as rapidly as" I teji ihe tale. "I am also told that if we had three thousand new jug- gernauts thoy end -'the war" in a month.'1- London, Sept. Sam Hughes the Canadian minister of militia, has received a letter from'; Sir Douglas Mais, of which the following is an ex- tract: "I desire to express my sincere appreciation of the'genero'iis terms in which you -refer 'to the achievements of bur army in France. It must be a source of pride and gratification to you to "Know that the.gallant officers and men, borne from Canada to light Cor the- King ami' the common icause.. of ;ompire, invariably do their duty in a way which reflects the great- est credit to themselves-and their dom- inion." I Kingston, Ont., Sept. Duke of Connaught farewell visit to Barriefield camp Thursday and in- spected all iiiittalions. "This is my last Inspection before-lsaving for Eng- lie said: addressing the men in khaki, "and 1 lioiic that I will, meet you all over in France." During the afternoon the Duke paid a visit to the Royal Military College where he inspected the cadets.. LOUIS .BENEDICT DEAD Brantford, Out., >Sept., Benedict, ex-alderman, and prominent merchant, died yesterday, aged 75. Saturday Specials at The Grocers Who Are Always at Your Service .II M social, was given, the pertaining .the" ward .JMr. of tiie ybunger-; brothers of -William a talented" singer'; Having Toole, of" the firm of Toole. Peet i studied in London and Berlin, render- Co. He was formerly connected with his brother's business in Calgary, but had latterly been engaged as a land surveyor. Lieut. Boucher, killed, was former paying -teller in the Imperial Bank and before going to Calgary was locat- ed at Fernie. A new city directory estimates-Cal- gary's- population at ed three selections that were-highly appreciated. Short talks were given by Stake Supt. Skouson, Mrs. Devoe Woplf and Miss Cannon. Miss Rom- ney gave a reading. After the pro- gram -dancing was indulged in until eleven o'clock. HORACE WHITE, EDITOR, IS.DEAD New.York, Sept. Great Falls, Montana. An army of over, 100 boarded, a; Great-Northern fKeight train as it left I Havre at-9'o'clock--this morning aritl j insisted upon being carried through toj Great Falls, where, 25 of their numbeln were placed under "arrest by the iffs. force ,and police department, to-1 night. The men insisted upon running; an "I. W. W. refusing toilet! I men ride who did not belong to ttte' j order. At Fort Benton the sheriff o'f j j Qhoteau county was but no; arrests were made as the that! place, was not large enough tp.accoroM raodate so many.' j CROCKERY AT COST PRICE TO CLEAR CUPS AND SAUCERS 15c. PLATES, 6, 7, and 8 inch 15c each, 2 for 25c. SOUP PLATES 15c; Z for 25c. ip.jnch 40c. 52 inch.............. 60c. I-Miicfc COVEREO VEGETABLE DISHES, 8 inch FRUIT. DISHES, 4 in. 2 for 15c. SCOLLOPS, 7 inch 8 inch 36s........... 30s............ 36s 30s COVERED SUGARS, 30s TEAPOTS 25c. 40c 15c 20c 25c. 30c '.50c 30c STREET'S ity on financial subjei j home here today after a loiig illness. He was 82 years old. j Mr.. White a survivor of the dis- tinguished group of New York; jour- nalists, which included Charles A. Dana an'd Whitelaw Reid. He was a ted 103 leaving the train, lut is'of the opinion that there were at least 150. The superintendent of this division of the Great Northern then notified Sheriff of Cascade county., who, with his force and the Great personal friend of Abraham Lincoln. (Pals police department, met the train. Bori at Colchrook, .N'.II.. in arrival at pclock and gatlx Mr White was editor of the Chicago I ered in 25. who were locked up. ;Otj Tribune from 1864 to 1874.. In, 1883 the number captured none had he joined the staff of Yorkjpons. Evening Post, and was successively iditcifial writer, editor in presi- dent .and-vice-president of the com- pany. He retired from .active news- paper work in BRITISH OFFICERS LOST SINCE WAR COMMENCED said. NO BIG MEAT ORDER "Pat" Burns, .the well known Cair gary meat packer, denies the recenj report that lie lias obtained from the allies an order for three of meat. 'There has been no sucli he But we are sending meat London, Sept. j France right along, on orders oi more: of tbe Associate.! Pressl-Orticers'- casualty lists for the last fortnight of August contain the. names of 603 offi- cers killed 1'96 nounded and 13 miss Ing, a total of 2092. Tliia brings the FARMERS CAN'T PLOUGH Cobourg Sept prolonged, drought of the summer months lias' 404.13th STREET LETHBRIDGE losses of officers in the British' army I hardened the ground in this district since the beginning of hostilities to to such an extent as to make It im- 41 OH of which 1204" have been kill i moyabUs bv the plough. An ed or died of wounds, 26076 is bailH nteded before the farm. J-crs get to fall work. They: nighS Brjgadler" Potter fallliig-off In the ivhpat crop' Brig Oelf Uuckle killed and five licut (.mother because, of the present colohela killed i conditions, e, o I .SOAPS R. C. SOAP, two packets SUNLIGHT, 11 bars PALM OLIVE, two bars; OLIVK OIL, large OLIVE OIL.' small cakes, six for R! C. CLEANSER, three 'tins LILAC ROSE GLYCER- s.-INE, each MAPBU5NE, per bottle.............. HONKV, large tins. "Air- line" per tin di-IVBS, Pimento stuffed, per' bottle 2Sc, QC- and ODC OLIVES, Plain, per Irottle. lac, 20c, 35c. and PEANUT BUTTER In OK- bulk, special per I PICKLES. ilelnz bulk. Sweet Mixed, Sweet Mustard, Chow. Chow, per quart Phone anil Aluajs ready to serve as best the> know how. Always selling the BEST QUAL- ITY GROCERIES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE Always giving a prompt, efficient delivery service that is bound to pleace housewife Inats the trims to please in every wa> x 25c I40c PRIINtS fanc> quality extra large, per Ib. SODA BISCUITS. Weston's tins Regular 30 cents OC- Special and Sultana per pound POET TOASTinS per packet KRUMBLRS, the new breakfast.. food. Per pack- PATENT BARLEY per tiii PINEAPPLE, 'Llbby> sliced. Special -two tins for CKAB MEAT, per tin ASPARAGUS TIPH, lob- by's per tin CATSUP, Blue Label peribottli CATSUP, Heinz, per bottle CORN, for popping. per rjound BRICK full milk, per'pound LIMBUROER, fancy quality, per Ib. A COFFEE. Kefr's Best- per pound 25c 35c 35c 35c 30c 13c 35c 35c 50c TEA, Our Special Blend per pound TEA, Decajulin, Golden CA_ tip. iter po'und UvC CAMP COPF'KE, per hot- jar tie, 25c and.......... 1uC CURRANTS, large pack- I.C., DATES, per pack- 1 O_ .ets................ 1JC 'FRUITS APPLES, No. 1, per "1? box PEACHES, in splen- OA did. condition, case ITALIAN PRUNES' (M OC per case OREGON PRUNES, 4 ffl 1 C basket crate...... i CANTELOIIPE C--- each lyt CRAI! AP'PLES. liyi--4JO OC lop, per. case TfanKcendent, per case GRAPES? fancy Tokay OA- per pomid per pound TOMATOES per basket 4c 3Sc Geo. Kerr Go. "The Store of XJuality 313 5th; Street South. ;