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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ,'KSDAY, SEPT'JMBEK 21, 1918; THE DAILY HERALD s-AtjE PHONE 1224 :WUB doclded ycslerdny ai. tho roii- of thi) Aluxandor Gait or the annual FliiK will bo held on Trnfiilnnr Day, or Slut and tlmt a 'Taper Day" e held the latter part or October, iif lhc> proceeds of Flag Day will .veil tii the Totiacco r'und mid In the Sailors' Patriotic fund. i; to tlie war, paper la 'hecominK scarce and in order to help re- ih the supply' every householder led to save nil yupers and inagn- itnd they will be collected and Kd to a mill'. It hoped to Kot load of paper In this way from lily. The papers will Lc calleil n a date to be announced later, ivery one is asked to stnrt to .'immediately. .Magazines are Ure uoede.l most as they weight ierably more, man newspapers, any kind IH solicited. It pointed out at the meeting that 'lily would this Paper-Day miike y but .that it was at national duty Ip the resources or iation and one Unit should not The committee to Iv urge of tills undertaking was a; pointed uoinlolliic of Mrs. IJoiitluy. convenor, MrH.Uloll, .Mrs. Jonus. Mrs. W. Pi Hoy, Mra. Maynard und WiiHlihrook, powdf tul.udd lo Ihelr number. It was thought Ui be .tinwtnc to try and roach, till', the Lullilirldgc men overseas at.CbVls'thias lltne tills year, especially the Olvlo Club are plan- ning Individual presents so Jlui) wits voted to be sent It) Mlss'I'lummer of the Field Comforts, iioore'Barracks, ShoniBllffe, tor, Inolr (Jhrtatmas work among the Canadian .troops. A don- ation of B'JCliS, .will also be given to the Ked Cross forv Ita., Christmas par- cela. Storm for the polos at the soldiers' points ul the park were donated. -Mrs. Sherlock giving one for the Mill.- Mrs. Alvln Rlpley one for the 20th anil Mrs. I.ewls one. for the The chapter donated a largo flag Tor the Internment camp. There lire, riow ISO soldiers' wives on the patriotic fund list and each member'6t the order will visit a fam- ily, Instead of :i few members belnS hi ehunre of all the visiting as was previously the CUM. betters of appreciation for gilts re- ceived were read from the Con- struction Corps for socks and haml- kerchlofs; Major Stafford for socks for 89th Battery; Oapt. Collinson for wallets for the (Jlst, who liave sent throe lovely brooches with the artil- lery badge pn ihem for the officers of the order; Pryce-Jones for Vlii sent to buy comforts for the men it their journey east; Convalescent -orne. CalK'UTj for monthly donation of Miss Plummet1. Moore linglund. for bale or socks: Hod Cross fur a pilirs nf socks and slilrlB A letter was also .read froin the teachers' association asking Jbe, co-iiperiitlon of Iho members for their annual convention here In October. The splendid HUH) of 5-10 was turned In by Mrs. C. T. Woods and Mrs. Freeman as the result of the at flowers down town. The Junior branch of St. Cyprian's W. A. will incet tomorrow at 2.3D Ir. the parish room. Mrs.' Win. 'Cleary ami daughter All-, ecu are leaving today fur Coleman for the week end. .Mrs. Starkcy, wife of F. A. Stark- cy. a.Nelson cilizsn, well Known to n'uiny In I.ethbrldKe. died In Nelson nn Wednesday. She was prominent. In social, chnrHable and patriotic I work. Orcat sympathy goes out from, the I people of all Alberta to IliB Lordship the Bishop of f'algary and -Mrs. Pink- hum and their family in the death in action of their son. Captain Krnest Piukham. Capt. Pinkhan) was- one .of tlie popular members of that popular Ihe 81st Battalion, and his nance, Miss Constance Sanders of Calgary, with Mrs. Sanders, Is now on her way to England, where their marriage was lo have taken place. page 1 I Tomorrow Will Be Big Saturday i At RYLANDS' "The Busy Store" VV'c'.'M-n planning-for 'day tomomnv, and- ofler you nv tempting, values in goods haye arrived during the week. Wi-oal.Lyo'iir special attention to lilie "excellenl- offerings from inches wide, per yard WOc 27 indies -wide, per yd. REVERSIBLE JUTE STAIR CARPET, in red. tan and green shades, very strong anil inches wide, per yard. 39c 27 indies wide, per yard so YARDS' ONLY EXTRA HEAVY QUALITY BRUSSELS STAIR CARPET, neat pattern, 27 inches wide, regular ?l.Tii, special aQ per yard A SPECIAL LINE OF ALL FEATHER PILLOWS covered with art sateen ticking, all pure feath- er filling, special price (M "1C per I WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC MAZDA LAMPS. .These are a very superior make of lamp and ensure, the best Ifi, 20 and.2i) Av.'iM' 30c '40 and 50 wall sixes each j 60 sizes, PHONE SERVICE Goods. BOOK and Shoes, ptutuii'iiis Ring 713 row lies, King 313 Ladies' Reach to Dept., House Fin uisliiiigs and Tea Room.......Kink '513 Saturday's Grocery News CHEAMETTES OP CANNED TOMATOES. BARTLETT PEARS FLOUR 25C Large size. pack 1 DC per dozen FLOUR H. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality 24 It) Sack It, 98 lt> Sack FLOUR OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND. Extra spec AA ial, 98 Ib. Sack AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR. per packet OLD DUTCH CLEANS- OC_ ER. 3 LUX. S packets GOLD DUST large packet'........ ROYAL CROVVN SOAI" per carton BPN AMI. or OC_ dered.2 for SHREDDED WHEAT 25c Quaker CORN FLAKES. Special, IwC CLARKE'S VEAL Half pound His CREAMETTES. 2 packets' PASTES Keiller's .Shrimp, Salmon. An- chovy or .bloater. SARDINES. II. B. Co.'s noted Beaver Brand of Norwegian Sardines Special, 2 tins .Cross Brand, Soui Mixed or Chow OC-. Chow Sealers JOC LIMY'S TOMATO SAUCE, Ijrje bottles Reg 35c Special, per bottle SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY IXL Sugar-Cocoa Special 20 B C SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's Parfaetitn Cocoa SUGAR COFFEE SPECIAL JO Ibi. Fintit B. C. Sugar and 1 pound Sanborn't Coffee CLARKE'S SOUP All kinds per Un PEANUT BUTTER brand i pound tins FRENCH MUSHROOMS O7r per tin it I V tf- 1JC 2.15 lOc Squirrel 29c CANNED TOMATOES. Large size. pack IOC TOMATO CATSUP 2 Ib. tins, 2 for EGGO BAKING POW- DER. 1 Ib. tins CORN MEAL Special, 10 IDS GINGER SNAP BIS CUITS, 2 pounds Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib sack SCHEPE'S Shredded Cocoa nut Special, Her Ib No' I DAIRY BUTTER pel Ib PEAMEALEO BACK B) the piece. Special per pound fci I C Sliced, per pound 40c Itaspbenj, plum and black currant with apple 4 Ib pails LiBBY'S PORK BEANS Large tins. Special ,2 tins FINEST TOMATOES per in SWEET POTATOES pounds ReaoriCllow per pound PEACHES. Special per pound BARTLETT PEARS per dozen OUC PLUMS finest, eatmgr OC-, Per basket JJt PEACHES. For preserving. Very special Per ciate MACINTOSH RED APPLES. 3 pounds. APPLES. Finest eating 4 pounds foi TOKAY GRAPES per pound APPLES uoori cookin? 5 pounds SALMON FINEST B.. C. RED per tin 1.25 25c 25c 20c 25c 19c H. B. TEA Co.'s SPECIAL 1UC 1 A 1UC IvV .1 pounds OREGON "PRUNES; or 20 !b. cases each Jl.tiJ CREAMERY BUTTER, Carda- Brookfield or Crystal, per Hi. POST TOASTIES, spec- ial. 3 for MACARONI, 1 packets CORN STARCH, 1 -packets FELS NAPTHA -8OAP, per carton FAIRV or CASTILE SOAP, 10 cakca 40c 27c 23c 25c 69c 25c V ;