Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAn.f .'AGE ELEVEN SATUUDAY, SEPTEMBER "After Supper" Sales SALE FROM 7 TILL 10 O'CLOCK TONIGHT ONLY laig u 1 iv r After Hy tmd ilysee. Jiovv flic, people. Extra ol'. Salespeople in to .'.ifthcnmnv woii.k'rl'ul lmrKim. ulTcm.Ks lor f --if von weir (loSvn low., lusl m-hl you could eas.- We deliver no. parrels; r-lock. YOU tonight. 'Why pay more for your at 25c Think of if. White Vest at Vou can bn, thejn only tonight., at this price. W6s. Combinations 95c Another startliug value-White Ribbed colon Combinations, full weight size and 38..only. Tonight's big leadei. Ladies' Hose 25c pair Battenbtfg Scarves 75c I OITITC Up to 22.OO 1 SUIIS TONIGHT ONLY Thore are only'a dozen suits in Hie lot. I hey what we carried over for the previous sea- son. The clotho are serges and tweed. 111. range up to 12. The price. JS.OO. lianllj pays for the cloth. No alteration made nn these suits. All sizes. Childs Comb'ations 75c Girls' White or Natural Combinations drop seat or closed crotch, sizes to 21, at 75c; bigger sizes 90c. would charge 'you fo.OO for skirts like these. Sizes range up to 30 inch bands. Navy or black Only. Battehburg Himners for Side, boards, buffets, :etc., worth up to Towel a pair Odd lilies of'linen.and TiirliiBh Towels, medium sizes. 'About.'23 pairs in this sale lot. Boys' Tweed Suits 3.95 Thehe are --.Buster Style suits that arc really worth ii to ii dollars. 3 to I years In the lot.- i Men's Heavy Socks 25c RHONE 1224 SAT. NIGHT Corset Special 59c pr. COATS ALL NEW tfjl Ei Thi. Month A and strong. Sizes to 28. Hair Ribbons at 15c An all-silk Swiss Silk Ribbon, 4 lo 5 ins, wide in ten different shades. J Handkerchief Sale Thbse 'are fine mull Handkerchiefs with a fine cross-bar lir neat emhroidered corner. Values up to 20c each. On sale 4for25c Choose from a dozen or more real agger I Tweed Coats tonight at this wonderfully low 1 price The sizes are 34 only. A small ,'ffipdsit will hold any coat until you renuire it. 5 Regular 35c quality, all wool grey socks anil very good value at that. Tonight Hi" pairs cents for tonight only. 4 Men's Kerchiefs25c Men's Plain White Kerchiefs or with fancy borders. This is another big bar- FOR GIRLS 3 to 6 years These coats made up in grey, brown or navy Niggerhead cloths and lined throughout with material. buys a coat for tonight Fleeced Underwear 65c Venman's- best quality, fleeced shjris. or drawers, sizes up to 42. Why nay 7.ic, and elsewhere. Men's Combinations :These are also Penman's make, heavy "white fleeced ribbed combinations. Sizes 36 to 42. Lieut. John J. Prlngle. son of Rev. rather who had. after, y.ears in the Pr. John Pringle a known Presbyterian lias -been kill- ed in action. At the outbreak of.the uortli, St S. but who bad ed n action. AL ounuran n.-ia Tnaetlier 'they rj.'sisrS'Sr isss. colors he met Jus Canadia-i lontingent LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 7-Course Dinner Tomorrow (Sunday) Evening From 5.30 to 7.30 php. 75c Special Sen ice for Families or Parties Jledieine Hat, Sept. 22. Before Magistrate Hae-tbls morning .1 Gil- lespie was charged with having Imuoi Says can't help but i and irtter v after an Inflde bath.. 1C To look one, and Mnk IJeEendalll nleaded and best is to enjoy an. inside bath each he was so'rry lie bad committed ioruing to flush from thyst he .Miss, lilsle 'Urahiim' of llranum. Is Visiting Mi and Mrs It K. .McKay. M s ofsreinle is the'guest of lies dmigtlter I I- IMcks. Ihc Vit Needlework lllb will'Jnuet on aheinoon it the home of Mrs DH.MUII stieet Mr am) Mrs U I II Skcith and Uiililrm, returned jesterd-n from Tor- onto. I he ladus ol Mrs I- II: Sinitli's section .of the lle'be.kahs wlUmeet on Millldai at S pin at Hit.'.HOme of is xosiin 111 Klh St north. i I Mis 1 J Seud_of MJiiimsca.Land- nij, is the M'i.11 of hei sister. .Mrs. I Golitun U'O !lil nenue.'" Miss Ilcitllft Oil! ol Cianlirook. on he- n lo Winnipeg is slopping over to Miss Verp, Biaihun for a few days. -Mrs. .loImstoh'S section ol Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of: .Mrs. N. C. Stibbs. Till r.lll Ave. "S., on! Monday afternoon at :t o'clock. j .Miss Lucy Kelly has returned to j her home in Calgary after two weeks'I visit" her :sister, .Mrs. Thomas Long. Mrs. Ixms'-aml little Marion; 'accompanied her. The Hudson's Bay Tea: room was 'crowded all j-esterday afteruoou. the Daughters of.'tlie Kmpire being in i charge. Several small parties tor out of town visitors were noticed. }lrs. V. W. Downer. Mrs. M. S. JlcArtliur, Mrs McNichol and .Miss Thompson waited on the guests. i At a special meeting of the Civic Club last night it was decided to hold i Ihc shower for the soldiers on Fri- j day, Sept. 2Sth. in the V. M. C. A. Ail at least packages will he required I il1 every man from Letllbridge is to be reached, It Is asked thai each parcel he uniform and contain a box or Oxo cuhes. hox of cigarettes or tohacco and a khaki handkerchief. Lady Maud Cavendish, the eldest i daughter of the duke and duchess of, Devonshire, lias been' working as a Hell Cross nurse at Blackwell Ked Cross hospital. Every morning, for many months Lady -Maud cycles from Chatsworth to the hospital, taking witli her many, 'delicacies for the wounded men. She-will accompany her parents to Canada. List of articles -shipped to Calgary by the Leth'nriiige lied Cross Society during the month of September. 120 pillow cases: 310 surgical shirls: fi helpless If) pairs of socks: 42 towels; is pairs surgical stockings: :il wash cloths; lit: handkerchiefs; Vi hot water bag covers; 6 surgeon's coats- M suits -pyjamas: .day .shirts 6 abdominal bandages; ,1S property hags- 60T Ice covers: illi hinders: 30. sheets; 36'. fomentation wringers; 12 nurses's. aprons; 24 arm. slings: if bed-pan covers; 1S2 T-bandases; 72 nany-tajieii bandages. .Mrs. II. W. ;ellogg. chiilrwuj. .packing. Commit- tared iic breach of the -law. hut he thought i is the same here as The magistrate inflicted .and .cost.5 amonntin default SI) days' lodgings' at Letli- bndge the bottle was SliOO this makes it at mattei of for the doubtful giatlficatiou of poa I sessing liquor. Costly drinking1 Kilties Went Over G T P The Herald I in receipt of postcards HORS tfOEUVRES Anchovy Tartlnefi, Sliced Tomato SOUPS Tried Oyster, Sliced Lemon .FISH Italian Paste Consomme a La lulienne ENTREES .Boiled. Sugar. Cured Ham, 'Devilled Sauce: Filet of Beef, a La Standej Banana Cream SaurSe, Chocolate Meringue BOAST Prime Ribs of Beef Saratoga Qbtps Local Young Turkey VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Pqlatoes f Sugar Corn in.-Butter. v 8ALAD i Salmon Salad with Mayennitte -t DESSERT Steamed Fruit Pudding, Vanilla Sauce t Apple Pie 'riot Me i Vanll'lj niiiiim seit by boys of tlie 113th Lethhridge Ilighlander' on loirte worn tiavelling Ma the 1 P One of the muruiiifc the sleel on the part of the Unit this i fall but "it stated that steel rails are very hard to. get anc this ma; Bold up the completion of theMliie mm IN ii cm If there is any possible way.of se- curing a battalion to train here dur- ing the winter, Le.lhbridge is going to do it. The matter was brought up at last night's'meeting of. the Board of Trade and the opinion expressed that should-put forth every ,ef-1 fort in this direction. The barracks I here are said by'military men to he the best in the province. They were fit- ted up iit a cost of and it is believed this warrant serious consideration on the part of ernment: The matter was turned over to. Commissioner Freenian, who was present, to lay before the mayor, which he ditV at this morning's meeting of the council. The mayor is taking the matter in hand aud will .take the pro- per steps to put forward Lethbridge's claim. Ottawa. Sept. the Cana- dian casualties in the fighting at Cour- celette, Mouquet- Farm .and 'Martin- puich will exceed 4000, fe-.lnAlcated in a-late report, .received by the militia department..: Yesterday's reports told ot .approximately1 400 Killed, 1200 wounded and 300 missing. Late-ca- bles add another 400 killed and 1782 wounded, and i number of :missing. The number of missing is not known but this brings the total casualties up lo well over the-4000 mark. They will probably reach 4500 or approximately one-half, the loss sus- tained by the nrst Canadian division in the, second battle Of Ypres. The department Is still'without any information .as to the brigades pr bat- talions which won so much renown for Canada in the flghtlng. Judging from the number of casualties and the fact that they, have been described, as "light." at least one whole division must have been engaged. On Sale 7.30 to 10 ii. H. err FLI TOBACCO 50c ViT.V sptvilll. I'Kll I'llMND.................... HAND DIPPED CHpCOLATES ('mini i-i'iitriv, I'KK I'ots'b1................. Tuxitiin1. Si'iTUii, PHK 1'iirxn In bhifk, "iili lirmni mill tun color.-. STOP-OX BOOT .-Sm'IAI. ii 'DlNs' Kill: i.................... 19c BLACK MOHAIR LACKS TllXIflHT 39c 25c 5c BOX TOX Maili' from Kincsl Couiil will) ?ix hose buck l' from flyliw. Hccnlar up lo f-Q ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS .Made with.Hifdi (irmlfi Couiil. and splendidly .unshod. In all Keiriilar. priue up to TOXIMIT .7 A PAN ESE LAMP SHADES Twenty only, with mpinlframes and silk lined, m colors nf, mid green. Largo sine? only DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES Minn u im hi Midi i'im he long Stinng pi nillu I ini-d IOM in I MJIN'S 1 MULISH In in U pituin iU V liniiliil iininuu only. hVnh, pun IJCk IUMCIII BAY CO. Qgilvie s ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour and Health One of life s greatest joys is to see jour children with healtin appetites Flour i the greatest life ehmg food eat One pound of xood (lour gne the same amount of nutliment a one and a quarter of eggs or 'four pounds ot fish, or nearlv Sue pound look at the inference in GOOD FLOliU'lsf'TWE MOST ECONOMICAL "1 CAN BUY Royal Household IS CANADA'S BEST FLOUR WJ3STERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. IN LETHBRIDGF goodt ;