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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Vida.V, Sfrptomlw gD, IOT1. THE LBTHWUPGE' :HBBALD Blue Store The Lcthbrulge Store NEW MANAGEMENT AT THE BLUE STORE Makes this Store a Working Man's Friend and enables the Buyers to Save Enough Monty to catch up the, losses of last season. Bargains for Saturday THAT SING A BUY! BUY SONG OF ECONOMY II That Working ft Shoes 1 1 Fine fi-Q OK Dress Shoes Shoes, 4 rog. J2.50 1 Shoes rog. SL.uO WWW Tetley'a Tea, 3 111. tin Pure CCA i.ird. 3'rbs: 996 Armour's Pure QAM Lard, 3 lus, Coffee 9 AM pm Ib l bar's Laundry. Soap Z5C 3 pkgs. Gloss 4C_ SUrch our Flakes pkgs. Best Ceylon .Tea, per Hi. per Ib. 1 bags. Sale OCft for ill floors 4 AM per bottle 1 Come Come Tomorrow The BLUE STORE for ECONOMY WOMEN FLYERS TO TEST SOU. AT LUGE ATIUWI WET Ont UK luttrestlniF of tka International aviation meet to September 45 to October 1 it Naiieu Ltoulevurd, Long Inland, wilt be a ape-' dally arranged competition women aviators of this country anil three to represent. America and one frew Helene Dutriin. Milt Dutrtau la known as champion woman -avldtor of tbo world. The three American women who-arlll tdfce [tart In the contest are Miss Btiacbe Stewart 'Scott, Miss Harriet Qvlaab> ind liix Matilda MolianL New Dayton News Mew Dayton, Sept 21 regular fortniglitljr, meeting of the Ladles' Aid Boctetj was bald on Thursday after- noon at the home of G.XB. Me Uonald. Notwithstanding; toe rush of- work at thta season of 'the year aeven een ladles were present. A thrfesh- ng machine was at work on the farms )f two of them, but this did not de- er them from attending Hide for the booths to be erected for sate of work, to be held on' Oct. 2th church, and part of the ecoratlve material prepared. good rogram is being arranged and sev- eral artist'j are expected to contribute Th'a ladies meet next at the home of Mrs. A. Maynard.'bn Tuesday, October 10th'when final ar- rangements Will be made. Ibis de- I sired that all work be brought A1, In at this meeting In order that It may lie marked, ,ind placed for Mrs. (3. H. Moreland and Mi-is More- lanil were visitors to Lethbridge yee- A fainwell dance given to Mr Amot UeweeD, waa keld In the old acboel irjlldlng on Wednesdav night Mr Clawioo bka keen In the employ of Duncan t. MacPheraon, for time, and leavw tonight for Hamilton. A Q Wonder, president of the Ml ama rawing Co, L d and E E Pearton, a director of the same cenr penj, who ban been business vid- at Xew Dayton for some time left Wednciday for their homes In Troy. Ohio. Mri 4 I. Hainan) returned vet- from Lethbrldge where ehe hae spending a couple of davs R. V Watklns, manager of the Bun CORN AND RICE BEER Brewery Officials Deaj nate Molanes Also as j t-t ingredient of Beverage Sept DC, to 28 Tb. at is an maeklnes at work On tffe farms of Messrs Rusk, j and Rltlnger Jaa Reid has returned fro Wolfe's where she was carin Wolfe.'. She reports Wolfe full} enough recovered to b left alone Smith mother of Mrs Tboe McKav, Is still III Mn. Wm. Smith Mrs. McKay's ulster Is also on th tick list, but neither la seriously 111 The work of excavating for the new lank of Commerce la ffe-lnf on slowly It la vury difficult and men'can no jndueed to stay with It Tke school hu nat evened, yet. lard reperte taat a teaober kaa n b'aen secured aid will be lo begin work early nex wok A Quartette composed of Mrs. .May McCulloch, and Messrs McCulloek and Tall will sing at the ihurch service Sunday, morning. Several carloads of lumber are ng unloaded Uiis week. It la con ilgtied to local ma Farm, yarda and the Mi We will tent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale purposes. Dimensions 26'xlOO'; concrete walls 18" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost proof, elevator, etc. HYDE SAUNDERS Telephone 1244 P.O. Box 112 iii IN St. Petersnurg, Sept. Teher i dMpatcli cays that according -to mernment adricci a greatMtUe wea o.usht yesvjiUnj at Ncbnrnn, RO mlleii from Teheran. Skier B..' Dow- lab, brother of the deposed lost 400 killed and two hundred captured to seven Mg (tins. retirjd In th. direction of Hamadan 16 'the the government .troops pursuing IT'S TIME You .Owned ..VICTOR, why not bur eeev If -at. eV HIMH, Mein 'I complain the brewers are using rite, corn, and 'swear largely, and tbev mint the label to set forth the in- gredients There also objection to branding am beer Pilsener which is not, made in" Bohemia Congressman Anderson ol Minneso- ta, appeared vtlth a1" delegation ol barley farmers, and as soon got interaction telling about the deceptions practiced b) the brewers much Jll feeling; was engen- dered, Krnst of tbe Independent Hrtwimj compaai of Chicago asked the confressniaa: if it were not true that expenses a( his delegation were being paid bv the Minnesota grain elevator men This was indig- nantjr denied Louis B Schram, chairman of the advisory committee of the United States Brewers' aeeooiatkm, that riot, and krcwers' suga n-olaanee nre iseed in brewing beer for the reason Ida maltif contain an excess o albiinienoids. Another object of tbesi h is to produce a bwr o pale color. Tin1 representatives of the brewer: also, admitted that beer is carbonat- ed They aaaerted that carbonalmj rcpresenU anjimprovement in the ar i brewing produces a more lioleeome beverage A was filed upon behal: al Ihe'N'ational Consumers' league bv lobn H Haul This set forth Iba .he average consumer is ignorant as o the ingtedleits used in beer am :hat the on bottled beer meant nothing, and that while the consumer ihinks he is drinking a bev of harlev, malt, and beverage n made al rice, crude starch, brewing sirups and chemical preservatives Several representatives of brewers (resent, denied chemicals, are used and said it was a gross to allege they were L Slavghter, 'secretary of the board if ilirectnrc of the Wisconsin union if Ilin American .Society of Equity, omc of the members, of which are iirlc.y brewers, a skttemcut ad- iig 'the labelling of beer lo vaclly w'hnt itif Ingredirnta. Or. loo HHIr.lmr waa ouuj in tkr aolri to rtirrd of biiyius ie lumt akould ,iw on glaeses fjltre solid Mer eadn." ifaulf te'ld Egvsl still soJda'thf reeord for .contiamua kmr the II lor i Hale of aturday at Kocfafn tATMflOAY, THf LAND. Wl HAVE A BY 1'HB LIGHT OF THE A DlatlmN Nivtlty THE AfEDICINE MAJV M Mtmanv, Scuwry and llpcmtlng ATTRACTIONS traffic Cturlitr Torototo. board oft nlrjloqa the following aa the, lor Mit year mfnlatera, Ran Dr IrlCfa, To- ronton, To- ronto, N'J) Ypung, Montreal Ltvraen N Rovell, Toronto, J Flavelle, Toronto, Theinaj 'Hill itrd, Waterloo' To- ronto w H Ltnbir, Gajlon 86, of .Montreal, Is deadj reeult of eat- ing the 'from matches T W AH ALMOST A CtftTAINTV Rome, Sept: is aeml- officialv announced hare that Italy nnd-Turkey are In of war befinnlnc at kalf past itwo o'clock on the aftenoon ol of Friday the reason given failed-to meet .demanda .con- tained In -the Italian; nlthnatum. Be a Bit Curious You Inn kfeMi at lee try Blur Ribbon Onh In Ililn CM you flM Jiail rkh, strong nn.l dellilout Mine Klbbon (Hker cfMltatet wilt II And If don I find II superior to olber ten, take tfie frorrr, will refund money. ;