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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. SRPTEMBKH 2C, 1917 TJ1B LETJinRIDGE OA11A HERALD PAGENINK Unusually Attractive Values Throughout These Entire Fall Stocks i Goods all bought many months than is the custom to avoid (lie sharp advances which have sinti: bcfii put tin, and .scores of Hues now selling over Hie counter, at considerably less than present wholesale values. WE ARE IX THE FORTUNATE POSITION OF B1-UXG ABLE TO CARRY WHAT PRACTICALLY A.MOt'XTS TO A DOUBLE STOCK, AND WOMEN WHO SUPPLY TIIPJK AT THIS STORE WILL REAP THE DKNKFIT IN THE VERY LOW PRICES ATTACHE I) TO HIGHEST GRADE MERCHANDISE. Most Complete Ne.w Stock ol Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dresses Finest Stocks of Hosiery AND THE VERY BEST VALUES IN THE CITY. if Cft DUC ft I DC LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE, ncg-jlnr pud O. S. G5c to CHILDREN'S CASHMERE HOSE. White and black. We lo GIRLS' AND BOYS' CASHMERE HOSE. Plainer ribbed. Sites G to 10. al 35c to HEAVY'SILK HOSE, [n ladles' sizes, ninck. wbllo i nn and many coIorE. Old prlco 1 tUU BOYS' JAEGER HEAVY WOOLEN HOSE. Strong -f AA and durable. Sizes G to 10 Inches. S5c and Large Stock of Underwear FEATURING VALUES YOU WILL NOT MATCH. ..LADIES' UNION SUITS. Ankle, or knee length. Short or long slccvca or sleeveless, lilgh or lou- neck. At 511.50, and LADIES' O. S. UNION SUITS. Very large and lovely quil- HJ-. Special values al to BOYS' GIRLS' AND MISSES' UNION SUITS, 2 lo 12 year sires. Nnlural'crAvhlte, to SLEEPING SUITS, VESTS AND DRAWERS AND BLACK TIGHTS. CLARKE Co. The Ladies' Store 612 3rd Ave. S. Dress Goods and Silks AWAY BELOW PRESENT VALUES AND IN MANY CASES LESS THAN PRES- ENT BROADCLOTH.. 00. Indies. Vury flne. Colprs navy, brown and 9 AA black............... J.UU DIAGONAL SUITING. Puri; v.-ool, navy, plum, green and black. 50 Inches. n PA Special.......i..... i.DU POPLINS AND CREPES. Very lino dress ma Inches wide. Ilrown, navy, taupe, aKcc, plum. 52.00 anil DIAGONAL SERGE. A lovely cloUi. 42 Inches vide. Delgtan blue, navy, urowu, ctc. STORM SERGE. Ffni' pure Tvool. Rango finish. 52 i Inches wide. Navy and 4 SERGES AND CASHMERES. Navy, black, cardln. al, etc. anU 42 Inches. Now worth Special CREPE DE CHENE. Full range ol colors 111 Imaginable, shade. Lovely quality............ GEORQETTC CREPE. Colors cream, maize, Ilcsh, olil rose, navy, alice, green, black.'.............. DUCHESS AND POPLIN SICKS. 35 inches In a full'rangd of nen- colorings..................... BLACK DUCHESSE. Three, special lines at old prices. 3G Inches wide at 51.75, 52.00 and SILKS. All colors in Dlaln and sonic shot effects. Excellent, quality. Old price. Delglan 1.40 1.75 1.75 2.00 A showing thai for variety of choice, excellence of styles arc! superiority of tailor work, far surpasses nil previous seasons. PLUSH COATS. Plain and lur.trimmed. fn VELOUH COATS. Burgundy, green, brown, etc. ar nn J32.50 MOTOR COATS. A lovely Block. if' ft A szs.oo "tJ.yu ITWEED COATS, nig variety. 517.50 In.............................. NEWEST SUITS. Sizes 16 JS. {27.50 to.......................i......, MILADI PHONE Mf.-s II. X, Knap ii lias returned from a llireo weeks' holiday. Mlfa- Chcfii'-y, of Seaforlli. OnL, I is visiting Judge and Mrs. Jackson. Mr- John Homo returned IhU morn-1 ing from Toronto aiiJ 'Chkagci. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Lay ton Jail fri.ri a ir'ty 10 .MfnueapoHs ami Grand J-'oiks. At a mpcliue of tiie Uotorth Mtsstou Circle or the I'nUed churi'h, last even- it decided to bald a bazaar aii'l s-jle of etc.. OM tilt second Thursday in Dci-craber. .Mission Circle uf Uyplisl chun-h will meet al ihe parsonage, Alh Ave., Thurtilay afU-rrnon al !i o'cluck Fharu. All ol the fongreEaUcui are Invited. Miss Gladys Altrc-o of rslffarjv ts the Rticst of Mrs. Frank 45.00 65.00 Daintiest New Waists IN MANY NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED. Jhept are Ihe very correct styles qf the season, The recog- rtlzed leaders after a months' trial which the tend- ency oT the season. '-New Georgette Waists to J-ilO.00 New C'rciic (le C'heiie and New Voile (o The 612 3rd Avc. S. Mrs. Clirkp of CJaresliolm. visit ins fc'T Mr. and Mrs. Keuuy. i Mr, a-.-] Mr.-. Kred Puwell of Tabei maiim-d ID the rity ye-iicrday. II. Millar of C-jrmangay. Ili-v. S. JV Huiin. formerly of that jilum Ktit'ti.s in Hie t-lty Doiniiiloi: l.odgo will mcel lumorroiv ;u b o'clot-k. Visiting The Ijilics of St. Pitrkfc'a nnil fricmts wilt cucei (or scwlogin Ihe Re4 Cross rooms tomorrow Efternooo. A Urge aaleiiiljurc is reriuesletl. f Tlic mombcrp of tho (J.I.A. are aakei lo meet at ULC Lome o( Mrs. J. D. Me 1210 3ni Ave. S, Friday uuon at ii oVlotk, [or work for (he ILliT. Jiupus are lifgli Ihl flax of In.'lani) an L) Scoilaiid that cai for a few days. Miss AIIrep lias re-1 lie used for Liiaiiulidurc of aeroplam 3 dua In (he press through- out the .tDgellier T.-ith nil In; formalion rcKardlng the method of making application. Drletly, tlie'pro- ccdure bo as follows; Applicant will apply io Iho offi- In charge gcryjca. badges, 'or iBlrlct -In whlclT (hey reslUe, This officer wlfFfurnlsh'lliem'with forms irhlcli are lo bo fined in and rBluru- eil to him. Thfs applies both, who'arc In possession 'oi suca by the Canadian Patriotic Fund, and who nro applying tor registra- tion o[ their badges for a corUficalo aulhorizfRe Us ivcar anil 'also'.-to who haro never recoli'ed a hadge and who are now apply Jug for aamo. rMcn who have been rejected as me (He a llr unfit (or service, v shoiilil also apply to Ihe crriccr lor Iri- slpictlons. .They will It -necessary, bo advlged by. him when'aind where lo prosc'nt'lhdmsclves befbrt a medl- cil hoard Lo unilerRn a further i arrives, Ihls part .will he given; leal examination na ID to re- Issue Will Not Be Mnde For Few to Fallow OUawb, Sept. the recent crdcr-lu-cou'ncll provides for the 1s- HUC of War Service bndgea, lo hon- grafal? and fhosc Ti'Iio IIRTO npjiMcd to ei'.llsl before August lOlh, 1D17T and >vho ivero .re- jected as medically unlit, Iho mlUMa .department will not Lo ready (or dis- tribution lor a few weeks. '.When the time for making a FLOUR PRICEG.IN U. S. York, Sept- Announcement Is made hy the Flour ptsltlbutlon com- miUec ot Ihe New York Produce Ex- change, appointed the Unlje.d StAfcs foodVadmfdislralion tiiQt the fol- lowing prices npply to flour sold by Iho fooifV administration tbrough this committee. For air export'pat'onis, aack ot 220 pounds, which .is. equiva- lent lo about Jil.SO per barrel; first clears, to.'J12.50 pier sack ol 220 pounds, according Lo ity which Is equlTalcnt lo per barrel. cetva this class st 'be medically unfit at Iho Lime ot making application and the fact fhat Itioy were rejected six iflonlha or so ripo will not of Itself be sufficient. Your Home Bright and Cheerful It's time now lo give your lionsr.'il.s ilrcss. Diii'ing (he next six jnonths the family will spend most of its Jimc indoors and yoinvant your rooms (o rartialft n plcasnnt, cheerful environment. New wnll pniicr will do (lie smart design that we .arc showing now. We've, never of 1'erert such really bciiiidful anil refined cffeds as arc in (his present showing. know we. g-ivc yon splendid values from (lie inosi moderately pric- ed lo Ihc very designs. Let us yon; let ns lignre with yon. You'll Hud oiii1 styles, our wires hiifl our service njiicli to your liking. WELLINGTON BROS Shcrlwrlt JJlflg. Paiiiicrs nnrt Won Prizes in Corporals' and Privates' Competitions and In Rapid Shooting Canadian Army Headquarters, frcpl. (By Ihc Canadian Overseas cor- respondent) Canadian, rlllo meeting vrlilcb'has been In progress tor several days ended loflay. wJnnera of the grand aggregate In various snlpershooHng and rapid fir- Ing compctUloDS were: Officers and Sergeants, Major Morris, Ontario 51; Serf c tint Ontario 71; Ser- geant MaTslmll, British Columbia, Meul> Downey, Albcrla and Sergeant Iloyd, equal, C9-, Corporals and Pri- vates, I'rivfttc >forrlson, Alberta, 73; Private Fancher, Alberta, 72; Prlralo Wlilte and Prlralc LUIID, Alb or In, eg ual, 7J. Another Alberian, SergL WrJght, woe Ihe prize for rapid aliootinf with a score of 41. live more than tho next competitor. In this match fir- teen rounds had to Tje fired al a inoTlnc target of a man in one min- ute. The rifle had (o be twice re- loaded 'during' (Tin minute with clips of.rlvc cartridges., in Ihc .match bo Iween the privates, Private Craven, of an OnUrlo battalion, oiUlacd 41 sgulnsl 39 by Iho'aecorid mnn. The sniping open to all the imlls. very pori'ilar. A I R range ot-200 yards, flro rqnnilB.l1vrere fired at a hcatf exposed for four sec- onds, wlln.'. Intervals of tfire'e anywhere along a. trench .Jrohc. "61 [or- ty yards for n eh lei d given to Ihe .winner 03 the Canadian sniper. Private Haresa, of an OnUrlo tattal Ibn.'liail to nliool off a tlo agafnat Private nrlerly ol British Columbia Ilnrrcss won. The" others wlio found places among the (fret, PrI Viafe'Dlgud, IneKs, McLarchcn, Quebec; Mandcrson, On jhrld and Hall, Manitoba, tied for fUth place. The Mttallon challenge rtip won by a llglit team Ontario and Alberta battalions An jecofld anil-'ililrd. Alberta had four battoKon learns among tho firs ten and only ono other province, On had two. 1 In the platoon compcllMons, Alberta Also made an excellent record, aecur I Ing for the team the remarkable score of 67 hits out of figures expos iftl for ten mlmllea to twenty clgh advancing riflemen who began ttrla it 300 yards And continued 111) reached 100 from, tho figure. BAD FIRE IN New Evening iiin-loday publishes the following: London, Sept: can lake -ens vrbcaever vrc Js Ihe uptdd'on attributed to Field ?ilar5lial by Horatio Dottomlcy, editor of pirn cxtenslrc "at the rqnlM .a'rliclo today. Mr. Iloltomly declared the remark .a made" by he', DrlUsh-. commander. Continuing, Mr. Cottomley ex- plained: "I hive no.reason to think Jlalg would irlsli me Io modify tlic state- ment attributed to him In an Inter- low months 'onr cavalry s tbc opening .of the gates tlint-ihe. enemy's rctrtfat will lie urnedJnln a rout. Tlic enemy will not nave atieaJ the possibility of en beyond tho lines, "I 'EDino' of Hint, cavalry In nlUng1. ,A finer, more splendidly efficient -'horse' brigade 'was never seen on o battlefield." i OVIa., Sept. Twenty all but tv3 of which were 6f wood conat ruction, won fire ivhlch broke on J rfnR 'today RIU! swen cnlfrft'llQcV of n'rf1 naif block M "D" Avc lost OW hat's What Kaig Tells "John Wait lo. Ride ;Thrcugh contly fruin Iho Ol IJalllillK ut IXtS where she siicnl the summer uUidying the ii csv elasisic and bnll-ruocn The llaskcl Hall tluli clan re in tlit S, O. K. liaU, falloirltig the opening game of MIC clly league basket tail club Tuesday cviiJihifi, was agrcal suu- ccss. There was a good crowd 111 at- tnndant-G ami all report, a very enjoy- 1 able (ivenlng. MENU FOR THURSDAY i Breakfast f Cornmcal PorrUgo Milk Sugar Taast Marmalade Tea or Coffee CreJnied.Cotlfisli JJnkcd Potatoes .SJiectl Indian Ilread Tea Milk Sugar Dinner t Irish Slew and Duninllnfis Graliam Itolis Tomato Salad Rice Pudding with llalslna Milk' Sugar The recipes (OP Irish Stew, and In- I Ulan lircad, mentioned above, are us oltows: rish Stew Cut meal (Hank nto lit ini'Jt cubes. 1'nl- these anil the ones ioto. Kettle, Cover with- boiling Set on Ihc stove. Bring to a oil and Ihen set bnck it will liuracr sloTi'ly. One liour before the Lew Is to be served, adil silt, pepper. Itccil diced carrots anil turnips r any regctables nnd liven- y minutes bofpre taking from Lhc Ijrc, tld soinft thinly sliced potato, It Loo hiti tnieVtiii with a Isltlc flour; nlo a dcL'p hot platter and serve. For dumplings cook tea bis- ulls in the oven. Before serving; tieac en the platter, and (lie tew over Ihorc. ngrcdients of Tea 2 cups floiir. 4 teaspoons baking" flour. salt. 2 beef dripping. .-loih niUE.1 no longer b? used for an] ullier purpotio wiihoul goverament. per mission. Miss Man'un Kenny ontcrtalned 7se( evening, assisted by her nuut, nnd lior wstor. Mrs- Tho evcnliif was spent nt cartls, guesstnB contosti and inusio. The musical numbers glv on by Miss 1'ctcrson. Miss Lilly. Mlsi Mr. Coombs and Mr. Rogers vcrc greatly enjuycil. The gentleraeq present very gracefully assisted Ir serving llic refrcslinients. cup of milk, or sufficient to wet until of the roll an cup Graham fiour. 1 cup Indian meal. teaspoons EDfla. 1 teaspoon salt. cup molasses, I 2-3 cups sour milk. ix" and slcam same -'-'as'Clio's (on Drown Uread.. Her many frlcmla in soulliern .a will be pleased io learn of the mir> rlage in Salt Lake, U'.ali, of Don othy formerly ol Lclhbrtdgc and Raymond. Liccamc thfl short time ago 'of Mr. Jas. DIr, a pro; "cssor hi Cornell University. Mr. aniJ .Mrs. Di.t will make their home lfl'Lli< cast 1 D On Wednesday afternoon at o'clock the marriage was solcm n SI. Cyprian's cliurch by RGV.. Capon V SIcMHlaii of Gladys only daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Downer, and Mr- Falrfield llornc, eldest 'son ol Afr. ff.ntl Mfi.; John Horne. The bride, vrho was was given in marriage by her father and wore ucr frdvcllfng suit oC blufl silvcrlonc velour, Hie coal openfog over a blouse of lilsquo georgetla' embroidered In pastel shades, and small hat of mauve ostrich featben trimmed with an osprey. She a tiirsagc liouquet of OphcHa roses.1 The.churcli was. beautifully decor- ated wIUi .'ot flower? throtigh the JflndQCss of Ihe ladles of the church and friends or the bride and groom. Directly after Uie ceremony, 1 relatives of .tbe brfdel party motored :f to House, (he home- of the bride's narcnlb; wlicre a weddiox luncheon waa served al a table decor-' i ated with garden flowers. The ired- ding cake' formed Ihe conlerplert, surrounded with white flowers trails ol greenery. Four vases of lilnk sweet peas were .placed .sit, four corners of tnc table. The bride and groom left ou tba afternoon train to spend a moon at the coast. On their retonj they will reside it 2, StraUicou Court. AVIATOR MISSING. Victoria, Sept. LleuL 'at O'Brien, agcrt 22, who came rom the Mexican border" to offer lift services as .a pilot In the'Itoynt Fly- ing Corp'-i Is missing. About tw, months ago he left Canada for owY] seas. Hfs skill as nn led I authorities lo send him to most Immediately, Bright, Glean Knives are .the sure result of using -Old Dutch it quickly removes stains, ruat, sticky unyield- ing subcUaces, and restores the .original luster. SOW A BOMB FELL NEAR CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE' According lo a.ilory brought over frbin London by reluming Americana, Cleopatra's fJccillri, presented lo Ihe Hrlllsh goTCrnniont and creeled In London In ISIS', narrowly cscnped lies- (ru'ctloTl'tlurlns (ho Gorman raid over London September tfh. Have Heard the New Edison 7 YOU ARE INVITED TO COM.E TO OU'R STORE AND SEE THIi WONDERFUL IfJSTRUIWeNtr' HEAR THE RE-CREATION OF THt A' VOICE. A roachino_ lot Conic now, while we have (L full ranga of macnlnoa and "full of'Amberola mAcblaes Md records All, Ellison records indeatnjcllble. CASH OR TERMS. PRICE THE SAME. 31S MUSIC CO, J-TIX ;