Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915 THE LETHHUIDGE DAILY H E K A i. PAGE NINE FRENCH AKKIALTOUI'KDOEK AT Something extra special to-night at the Busy Store Over fifty bargains priced at about half fheii..... regular price. Note the reductions on all Ready-to- Wear Garments. Shop early Ladles' 'Suite Vour ehoko' of Hi i'li- (lien1 Tweed Suits that wore ffiM v to 'To- nit-lit only.' Wor. wrat- I'u'lovpr rr. licdvy knit, vvor- rflr-il, isn-r ur unvj v.-ith fancy roll QjZm collar. Tonlgli' Ladies' Coats Tonlshl we arc mak- ing a special display of coals nil at. one price, some eouis us> to S25.00 for Hair Ribbons Wide ttil'Cela silk hair ribbons in 1C riitterent shu-dcis, cxlni sueciM value tonlglH Serge Dresses clean up of in onl imp; uool Surge Urc.ii! WOl'Ul Up IM 5Ia; tonight unly Boys' O'Cosifs Boys' iwi'c sixes 4 to re 3G.IIO for Hose Take Mkii'fs our jjicK nl any serge, voile or diiu' skin in tin- ready- to wear room lo SIfiJl itinlisht Bat. Kunners Bruml new Battenljuri; Runners for dressers, sideboards, etc.. size res. Sl.ar, tor Child's Combs. Girls' full and winter weight combinations. 2 to 12 years, special price tonight Child's Girls' winter wclsai vests or drawers, _ K ill years, on JJSif sals loniKht Combs. Ladies' "Vi-Iva" Com- filiations in sizi.s 24 to 4ii, only, in 1'iil) weight. C-j gg tonight >few jof .Saturday Ni 2 Tin. Flannelette, 8c Sale of These Ladles' House Dresses fin? New Silk and Serge Dresses. New Princess Coats 100 Men's lor Lawn Kerdiiefs Tonight 5c Men's Cot- ton Socks Photo shows a larsc number of the new aerial torpedoes Floivd in llu- iseeomne o? the heavy bteh expose have causeil frreal damage to I'he Ucnr.au positions on this Horn. S9c for these Values in Pan Oxfords ..adies' our Slioe Section. 20 pairs smart style Mueller TELEPHONE 606 stock for sale. A collection will also lie taliem. tin- (irccerds 10 lie donated to the same cause. Values in Men's Fall Tweed Hats, 79c The popular tweed .......79s i Auiimin for men. inns, all sizes in file tend at'the Masonic tail on Tuesday Mr. A. Moves, i in: a few days in I'al.nary Uic city. The, dance to be held in the Mess- room at the Kin-racks, tonight, in aid a of the "Tobacco tor Tommy in the K is spend- j Trenchcs- fund, promises to he a jj REFUGEES FLEE FROM WARSAW Mr A Davidson has returned from i 'vacation spent in the Arrow Lake j Mr. and Mrs. IVic; Cowan i returned this morning tn their home i Jlrs. J. X. Kennedy and Miss Ilor- j othy left yesterday lo spend a few j days iii Calgary. j The ArrN'eedk'Mork club will meet Ion Monday afternoon at the home of i.Mrs. .1. Jones. Ninlh street South. bis success. Music will be fiirnlBhed bv members of the R.XAV.M.P. One of the inosi plcasins lunctions hat has IICEII lielil in Knos clinccn Shaw for lime. was. that of the llig r j This thrivins; organization 01 thirl) three malic wonacriul'hosts their innclion tl'.e n maliini! it a most enjoyanle one. The'rooni was most proiitsrly tlfr- corateii with llans pi the ilificrcnt na- tions, anil liuiitins salore. A argc fnioti .lack- was aUraclucly placed in the centre of the table. No Need for a Woman to be With- out an Electric Iron at this little price Canadian Beauty Electric Irons, fully guaranteed for all time, flood und of splendid S3.45 Sale price Claimed Lines Three CIVIL SERVANTS. MAY DONATE Dr f'S PAY Ottawa. Sept. of tin- civil service of Canada >ill Rive a day's pay triprifii to the Canad- ian Patriotic fund, jif.' the siiggostiou of Sir Iterbsvr chajrman -ol i sided over by itiss Kathleen i The toast "list and program, which i is (.numerated below, contained sonic Mr. and Mrs. W. Alexander, of j snMial -features. The work 01 the. Winnipeg arc guests in the city, Mr. i was splendidly outlined by Miss Alexander is one of the inspectors of j Lcnll young, who toid ol the histpn the Hank of Commerce. ca oung( 'v.ashRtl from the building by the j j Of tic class and tlir. work UiaL i Water- which the firemen pour- to the nature of Ihe build- irEiute the more because tiler are In "which il occurred, the fire jxempt from municipal tax and are mod fiercely, and the firemen had 1sure of their monthly pay.__________ hard task lo' set it under control, j---------------------- Three employees were burned to ith, and the bodies of two of them The O. F. club wl.l meet with i Mrs. Meecb. 532 15th street norm ;-j 'on Mondav aflernoon at three o'clock. vear old. am. Jewish peasants tleein; Poland and Gallcia. before the onrush of the German-Austrian armie drive throusl trial had been, granted in the case of AGAINST TRE3ILLUS SENTENCED TO HANG; IS ACTION. GRANTED NEW TRIAL Winnipeg, Sept. the. second time in the annals of Canada the min- ister of justice has granted a new- trial lo sentenced to be hansel yesterday the attorney-gen- eral's department of .Manitoba re- ceived word from Ottawa that a new ESTATE A'lta., .Sept. An action has beeii.'atoited in.tlie Supreme Court here by the Quebec Bank against the state of the lite .W. .1.- Tregillus, claiming tile, sum of tion ot land claimed by Calgary A sec- and Mr. Whyte, 'whose production of -The Girl From was then touring California, watched eacll sten carefully, and immediately incorpor- ated it into the show, with the result that the Aztec Glide, with Miss Zara Clinton and Mr. .1. V. IlarreU-Len-. jiard, is tlie hit of the piece. The regular monthly, meeting ol the women's branch of the Red Cross Society will meet Monday ev- cuing in the'Red Cross rooms, Aca- I dia 'Blcck at 8 o'clock. The Pincbcr Creek Relekahs cele- brated Hie Mill anniversary of utes were paid lo .Mrs. Denoon, this q present fcuter, ami on nunierous oc- j O iasions sneakers voice L Sq m. apprcniation lor tlie untumg ork encea to o g L .1.1 dmonton .was ;prlB011IIient-tWS. jce Lfmont, in GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair Re- storative used as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural color or money refunded; Positively not a dye and uon-in- jurious. On sale -at J. D. Higin- hotham Co., .Ltd., Lethbridge. Price ?1.00 (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co., Dept. 'L.H.' To- ronto. llalenko, is -involved in the suit, the plaint ranieu 111 me cuau u. j is-involved in the piaini- was condemned the.court to..declare, their to hang Sept: 29 'for killing another foreigner in a isox ear lieaiv :.lar- tiiiette, Alan. Tt was several years ago that a ihan sentenced to death in Toronto was granteii a new trial. This is an unusual procedure, as the new trials 4re granted by the court of. appeals. claims to" the riamt prior to any of the lion with the clairvoyant cases, and who, on Wednesday, was dropped from police force! died at his home to- day. Ths long strain under which Kg'an hail labored is said to have. im; paired his health to a, marked degree. ROYAL. YEAST CAKES The best yeast in the world. Makes v perfect v bread. MADE IN I CANADA E.W.6ILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG won; MAKE HAY WHILE SUN SHINES Onl., Sept. The France and Canada Steamship Co., Ltd.. head office, Montreal, has been incorporat- ed with 31.OtjO.000 capital. and France cjwing to the war. GOT 'DANCE AT FAIRMOUNT. HOTEL An interesting- confession .of hu.w stage managers get tho ideas for their (.reasons is toUi- by R stuart- the English, author-producer, whose latest, success, "The Girl From conies to the Majestic on Friday and Saturday, pctqber 1 and1! The steps and'action'of the bis fea- ture number, the Azlee Glide, as used In "The Girl From were first shown in America in .lu'iy, liiln, by ail Arfiuntine who, with his charming wife, were.guests at a ball ot tbe Falniiouut Hotel, shortly after their arrival in San Francisco, iirior his .engagement at the Expo- sition. Mr. Whyte was also a. g.aost at the ball, and during tbe evening (be or-, chestra struok up the Aztec Glide. A few of the niore daring couples took the floor, Including the Argentines, but. after a Jew moments-the other couples retired to join the onlookers, and the. dance became an exhibition with tho aviitor and His. young wife as the. They encored. Reid reply. Mr. Higinbotliam i toast Violet Hagell reply, :kahs celc-uo Hagell; reply, of Ihe Berr. sketch ol" our class in the last. The t anil our aims in the future, Leah of pro- Young violin Campbell Ami -aiiu mini lime, toast lo our teacher, Tracy Patrick; enderson and Mr. Brown cap- j jirs. Dencon the prizes. Dancing was in- j slmday school, Mr. order on Monday evening la-.. entertainment look the form of jiro- until supper tune, assistance to tin ins the prizes. Dancing was in- j school, Mr. Oliver toast to Meed ili after supper for an hour 1 mir replied to by Mrs. Me-: Kjiioo Idaline vocal' solo, Minnie Ilnzcll speech, Eva Frame speech, Aiieen Dunham; toast lo church, Florence.. CampbcU reply, were the after supper for an or so The entertainment was also a farewell lo Mr. and Mrs. Trick and their daughter, who all are esteemed members of the order. Mr. and Mrs. Trick are moving to Calgary in the near future. 1O Cllllicii, r MUI .Mr. Denoon. God Save N'eV oflicers were installed. Miss Chris's church, Nanton, was the A Dunham is the new scene of a welding at hisli noon, I Krame retiring.- Miss VYednesdav, September 22. vhen Miss o'l lagan, vice-president; Miss M.; Higinbotham, secretary, and Miss A. SALE FURNITURE IENUE NORTH, ON On XUESDAf, SEPTEMBER 28 AT 1508 4th-AVENUE NORTH, ON AT.' 2 Mabel Mason of Canterbury, Kent, England was unite! in marriage to Hev Krnest James Cartlidge. rector at Nanton lor the pasl two and half vcats. The ceremony was per- j Ifonncd by Hev. Wilford of Mill- 1 i arvilic assisted by the Rev. Winter of High River. The bride was given of Hig ver. away "by her brother, Mr. K. Mason, of- the 'Hank of Commerce, Xnnton. Murray, treasurer. McCLYMONT-McKK.VXIE A pretty weddiiiR was solemnized ihis afternoon .at the honw of the bride's brother; Mr. L. McKcn-; by Instructed by CLAUDE HUGHES (Pupil of Senior Qintaye Gar- cia of the Royal Academy of Music, England) Lessons in Singing, l.Mano. The- ory, Kar Training. Candidates propared for tlic Kx- ams ot the Royal Academy of Music, Royai College of Music, London, England; Toronto Con- servatory of Music, and MctllH University, Montreal. AVENUE SOUTH. The Central V. C. T. I1, will hold la lea on Thursday, Hept. 30, from U to (i at the'home of Mrs. A. H. Dirsslh 1372 corner of Sth Avc. and 13lb St., for the Lcnclit. of the Tra- vellers' Aid Fund. There will he a musical program. It is hoped all the ladies of the city will show their ap- preciation of the work of the society I by being present. instrnmenlai and vocal musical null hers have, brcn prepared and retrcsh- mwls be srrvcd. A splendid dis- plav of home cooking, pics, preserved l-ie 1230 5th avenue south KCI marriaut- Miss Kathcrine hhzalicth t McKrnzie to Mer. Herbert Ross Mc-i J I two-burner Oil Stovo Clymont. Thcv left this afternoon for Table Vancouver, where they will reside. Mr McClvmonl is an electrical cugl- j llalrs nejr'ih that cily._ _ I 1 Bed Tables Kitchen Cupboard '-.itfa Wasbillg Machines Morris and Boiler Leather Upholstered Pinchcr Creek Echo: The wedding of -Miss .lean Frencb and Mark Yco-mans took olace at Cardston on September 16, at !ho. English Chure.li. 'Miss French came to Pinch- KockcrR Carpet Squares Centre and Pictures Linoleums l.awn Slower and Hose er C'reek aboui a year and a lin'lf afio i and has been empioyiul on the staff Single. Beds 2 Dressers aiid. lledding and Sealers of the Arlington Hotel ever since, until her marriage. During her slay (in town she has made many six-hole .-.Tteinge 1 four-hole White Leghorn Hens and other Poultrj'. I iilf'hly t-siecmed, havinp lived in the nlslrlct several years. Cntll recently hr ran Ihe ArllliBton pool room, Auctioneer requests a prompt attendance. 1 PHONE 1023. TERMS CASH: ing about a month ago to run the j, RID ROSE isgoodtea"