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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IUUSDAY, SEPTEMBHH 28, THE HEiuLR PAGE SEV MRS. SMITH EARNS REPUTATION For Baking Good Bread and .Those who wore fcirtunnlu umiUKh (o sample her broad or plcH anil oakus were delighted and anliod lior for thu recipes. "It. Isn't recipes; II my skill. nxplained the modest Airs. Smith (Who Is really a very good cook Just the "It's the flour I Ogilvlo's lloyul Household flour. "It's always the- name high quality year In anil your out. My bread turns out big. white, closG-textuw'd loaves ol really exceptional flavor. It makes my cakes light anil my pie crusts crisp ami flaky, "I Hail boon In the- luiliit of using another flour, until onft day I ran out ami my grocer. soiit mo Royal Household I'lour. Oyilvits's II gives better, service than any flour I have ever used, and since thou I havn In- sisted that'my grocer deliver It regu- larly." For delicious bread, pies, cakes and puddings Ogilvle's Koyal Household without a newspaper would not be worth living, more piirllcuhirly In win' limes, hut soll'-lircsorvallon IOUVOK practically no nlteriiatlvu. Tlio one' coiiil'orllng fenturi! of Hie proposed In- crease Is that It docs not tax Dm render of a dully nc'wspuper inoro heavily than an additional one dollar pur year, or ton cents per month. Con- sidering thul for a nuiii-tor of a cen- tury or more the rales of subscrip- tion or of streel salCB have beiMi left unchanged, while the cost of every- thing which enters into tho eomposl- lion of a newspaper labor, newa print, metal, in most In- stances doubled in price, it will be (Toronto two'years, during the greatesl war In hislory, Canadian newspaper readers have been able to read of the movements of iinnles In ovcry curlier of tho world a few hours after the uouoien in price, u events ctlronlcled occurred.' From the IUO3t unusual restrain- Interior of Africa, tho upper reaches j influence must have been at work PHONE 1224 Mlstt Marlon Frame bus rolurned from a three weeks' visit lo Calgary. Private Cecil Whllehead. of the 21 Hh lialtallon Sarcee Camp, is vis-j ItlllK his aunt. Patrick. j .Mrs. A. McDutlgiill and Mrs, have talien the place of the skelulon- opment of newspaper, advertising. Bill nave laicen me pmce ot UIL opmont of newspapei; aiiveiuiiinK. izcd uurratlvl! of tlie war correspond-: lwo ihlngn Hie practice of out of other days, has been great. The i st.m11K newspapers, in mosl instances, iloin "tclofraph tolls" in the expense j of while paper ,lld her inotlier-ln-law, Mrs. I.. Nui-l Kiiiiti: of Brockville. .spent yo.itenlay! ill the city. accounts of all important iiapevs In the Dominion is greater ever before. A prospective paper famine iuvolv v.-hicli they are printed could not have survived so long, liven witli the increased rates newspapers will re- aboul the cheapest thine that ing a very serious addlliim to the cost, Bought when the cost of pro ,.........-Q_ -v.. Flour cannot bo beaten. Advert. tiier the publishers' Work- er-. men also, who find the price of every SHOULD GIRLS WED IN WAR? j necessary of llfu advancing, bring ir- Engllshwoman's View of War Bride's j resistible pressure lo bear upon em- Anouish and Fortitude >'-'J ..li.-w...........-..........-- VI.II ot white paper has Increased still lur- (hictioii is taken Into account. The war has brought about many changes of far-reaching importance. If ii lusts another year it may sweej til pinyers for a higher scale of wages. nous an pnyers 'Should a girl marry In Tho result, of all this Is a movement to war is a question answered In j increase the price of both daily and Mother's magazine by Mrs. Patrick McGill. wife of u soldier-navvy-poet, with another weekly papers. -Many weeklies have gone up from a dollar to u dollar and a half a year. Tlie price of the inorn- She goes on: The worst experience daily selling at three dollars to I.-.I.I.. t.. nr subscriber is clearly far lieluw a parity wllh the weekly, which issues once for Ihc daily's six limes. Many publisliers of dally papers throughout Canada, both morning and evening, longer to attempt the almost a: war bride has is nt the close of those three bitter, sweet honeymoon days when her bridegroom lias to go hack to Ihe Irenches and she can nol follow him. How every moment of those seventy-two precious hours lived and re-lived in the days thai (ol-! Impossible task of turuins out a one- low! It is then that the two passion cent daily. In announcing all increase flowers of hope and irust take root in of the siioscription price of the llrant- tho soul, and, although every time a telegraph boy comes near the house one-cent newspaper, w.hich away is unquestionably hard pressed on all Mrs. liuchanan's section of Wesley j Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Jim. .McDonald. 21ii V'th street south, tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. j Mrs. .1. S. llamly, who has been! spending tho summer with her daugh-' tor, Miss Verna llamly in 'Calgary-: has returned lo this Hl.y to spend the, Winter with Mr. ilomlj. The many friends of Mr. Clarence j Rogers will be interested lo know that he Is now a qualified lieutenant in i the lloyal Plyirtg Corps and is at j present 'In England. ._ Mrs. Ives Armstrong left yesterday .lly demanded a reduction in prices aftoruoon to spend several weeks with i foodstuffs. relatives at Gananouuo, Out. Sim wasj i accompanied by .Mrs. Tees, who is BANDITS WRECK TRAINS I returning to her home in -Montreal, i IN MEXICO "ller spending the summer with Mrs. j Armstrong. DEMANDS (.HEAPER FOOD Frankfort, Germany, Sept. National Centrist convention, which concluded, it seems, yesterday, espec. lally demanded a reduction in prices cold chill contracts the heart like iron, yet if the war bride of four (lays were asked. 'Would you rather be spar- ed all this and have your husband safe- ly at she would answer. and mean it with all her heart." of the siioscription price 01 uie IHHIH- ford dailies from three to four dollars Laicdo. a yeiir the ICxpositor says: "H is not a.pleasant thing to newspaper publishers of Hrantford, in common with many other newspaper publishers both in tlie United States and Canada, to feel obliged lo add to lasl Salurday wrecked lwo trains on the the National railway between Oonza- Ics Junction and San I.ills I'otsoi, Mexico, causing the loss of more than a score of lives, according to T. B. llolber, British charge at Mexico City, "tlie ''cost seeing that life who arrived here today. that vour grocer can give w at 10 cents a the question of tlie i i morning cereal is about tbee times to solve Look for this signature- W. K. KELIOCC ff-PRAt HP- Taronlo. Mumbles Ready to Eai MADE IN CANADA Made in Toronto, Canada. EXPRESS le Daughters and Maids K'J and held another i successful whist j rive last night in thu S. O. E. hall, was cleared for the I'atri- lie fund. Tile prizes were won by Irs. Ilutton and -Mr. Harding first, Irs. Uods and Mr. CO.K. second, while consohuion. prizes went to .Mrs. Vcstley and Mr. Rossiter. Mrs. G. L. Pollard entertained on 'uesday evening in honor of the enth 'anniversary of her iveddii.'fit Irs T. Holiday poured tea and Mrs. V. Housden cut the ices Mrs. James iteele assisted the hostess in receiv- ng Ihe guests The evening was en-; oyably spent in games, cards anclng. j The first general meeting of the; lathesls club, "Anniversary Day" i vas held in the Y..M.C.A. yesterday fternoon witli a large attendance of j lembers. The chili" is steadily srow- ng, new names being added at each neetlilg. "Summer memories." a sum- nary of the holiday times of each l member was greatly enjoyed. The; irograms are ready, .for distribution I mil each member "Ijegins ajiother 'ear's work with -treat; enthusiasm. F. W. Downer..entertained ;.at' i "thimble tea yesterday omplimentary to Mrs. G. R. vho .Is., leaving shortly to Beside In sweet'lieas and autumn I eaves decorated the tea table which vas presided over, by Mrs. W.. A. Buchanan and Mrs.' A. B. Stafford. Airs. R. T. Brymner, .Miss Adeline lenderson and 'Miss Downer 'assist- :d The Christmas shower for. the Leth- bridge men be held to- morrow at S p.nv in the Y.M.C.A.. by Ihe Women's Civic.club. The. admis- iion fee is. a wrapped in Christmas, stjle with 'btitkers and tags which is to Contain a khaki laiidkerchief, small of OTO cubes, candy .and :a bos of ..cigarettes or to- bacco. A good program has been ar- langed As there ale J 000 Lethbridge men overseas a large number ot par- cels are needed so that no soldiei will be omitted: l ,hg fouith annual convention ot the Albeila Romans Christian Temper- ance union be held in the Leonard Gaetz Memorial Methodist chuiUi Red Dee- trom Friday to AFonda> Oct 2, beginning on rridav at 10 am The convention will be in charge of the piesmont, Mrs L O1 McKlnnes of Dlaiesholm and Mrb >.ejlie McClung, of Edmonton will be the convention speaker at the big mass meeting in the Methodist church on Sundaj even- ing The Welcome public meeting will be held on Friday evening, and the grand gold medal contest on Monday evening. Much of tlie-tlme of the var- ious sessions will be given up to re- ports-'for the year-bf the-numerous branches of carried, on by the purity; mothers, exhibition and fairs, S. S. work, evan- gelistic, legislative, lumber camps and rallied railways, Lord's. Day, observ- aiic'e: medical temperance, instruction, travelers' elocution contests, work among foreigners, sys- tematic giving, prison reform and po- lice stations, fruit and deli- cacies to the sick and needy, etc. i.( j Mrs R. Needs left this morning to j attend this convention as an officer of' this district .The home of Mr. and Mrs. James Smart. Crossfleld, was the scene of a quiet wedding on Tuesday, when their third daughter, Agnes Olive, be- came 'the bride of Joseph Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Knight, of Br.uce Mines, Ontario, the Hev, A. Wig- gins, of Airdrie. officiating.. The bride. Who was unattended, looked most attractive in her trav- elling costume of raisin brown, with blouse of flesh pink georgette creye and hat en suite, with corsage bouquet of bride's roses and fern. The counle left on the atter- noon train for Calgary, en route to Lethbridge, where they will make their home. "The sales of Noblenien Uigars have more than trebled during the three months. Have yon tried one DRESS GOODS OFFER at "The Bay" Friday and Sat Ladies' Fall Coats Made to Measure 500 yds. ot High-grade Cloakings are on Sale (''uji.sisl1ii.if ol'Srolc.ii and Kniflisli T words, Kaimoekbtmi Keversilile T woods. Velours, Hlaiikel CIollis. Bru tin ('lul lis. We offer to make up nliv of Hit- above cloths 'to your measure. Fil and workmanship guaranteed. Coats made in any style you may desire. lo the waist and with bent sateen Inter lining best French and buttons. I Coinplolr. Very Ladies' Evening Dresses arc slinwiiiji' ;i most exquisite ol new evcniini' "'owns. The loauiros of new dresses ;ire (heir nri.u'inaliiy. D.is- pliiyingVMUIV and charm which is moM [ih'as- lo I'he well dressed woman. Handsome embroidered nets in white, ecru. pink, cream.' canary and old rose. Also lace gowns over draped vvilli nimiit. Our dress! values this season will be indeed pleasing. New Waists for Autumn B-------.----------W----- Just nrrived Splendid choice in Vesting' 'Muteriai. Very suit-1 able I'ur Fall wear, in sizes 4-6. Marked at our usual moderate prices: 300 yds. of Fine English Tweed In lirown and u'reen mixnire. To he Fashioned in Ladies' or .Misses' Tailored Skirts. AH Finding's furnished. Special made-to-measure fc Fndav? and'Saturday.....................'. FREE! FREEH I With every purdinse preparation. We will -u-re'Friday avid Satnrdav one pe.rfunie: Thp-Relane' face powder, talcum and cold cream has a fragrance lasting ano lovelv Tnc! denial bream is a superior dentifrice Which keeps, the teeth in perfect condition. Prices V. 50c Specials for the FLOUR H. B.'Co.'s Seal of Quality 24 It) Sack 49 Ii) Sack '.-FLOUR OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRANP. Extra spec lol.-OS Ib. Sack AUNV JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR. per packet OLD DUTCH CLEANS- ER. 3 tins LUX. 3 packets GOLD DUST large packet ROYAL CROWN SOAI> per carton BON AMI. Cake or pow- for SHREDDED WHEAT 2' pkts Quaker CORN FLAKES Special II lot CLARKE'S VEAL LOA? Half pound tins Week-end from Bay Grocery Dept CREAIJETTE S 15c 25c 25c 22c 22c 25c 25c 45c 20c 25c APPLES Fiuesl Cooking apples. Ex. tra special. 7 Ibs.- -25c Case LARD GUARANTEED PURE o ib pails 5 ft pails 10 lh pails Stuart's JAM Raspberry or Black Cur- rant. Guaranteed pure Emit and sugar only 4lb. pail 69c SARDINES H H fo t. noted Beaver. Brand of Norwegian aardmes Special, i tins Bed Cross .Brand, Sour Allied or f how Chow Qt Sealers LIBBY'S TOMATO SAUCE, Large bottles Reg 15c Special pei bottle SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP 23 bars MACARONI, 1 packets GINGER SNAP BIS- CtJITS, pounds ESOO BAKING POW DER 1 Ib tins SALMON FINEST B. C. RED per tin 19c TEA H. B. Co'i SPECIAL 3 pound1- 23c 25c 20c per pound POST TO AST I spec- ial, 3 for- CORN STARCH, packets PELS NAPTHA SOAP, per carton FAIRY or CASTILE SOAP, 10 cakes Whole WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib. sack TOMATO CATSUP 2 Ib. tins, 2 f6r 40c 27c 25c 69c 25c 45c 25c Sugar-Cocoa Special 20 Ibs. B. C. SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan'i An Perfection Cocoa SUGAR 4 COFFEE SPECIAL 20 Ibs. Finest B. C. Sugar and 1 pound Chaee 1 C Sanborn's Coffee CLARKE'S SOUP 1A All kinds, per tin IWt PEANUT BUTTER. Snuirrel brand. 9Qr 1 pound tins......... CANNED TOMATOES. 1 f Large size. Heavy pacl: SCHEME'S Shredded Cocoa- nut. 97r Special, per Ib. No. 1 DAIRY BUTTER nr per 111............... JJC PEAMEALED BACK By the piece. Special fjf per pound i Sliced, per pound 30c Raspberry, ptum and black currant with 4 Ib pails LIBBY'S PORK 4 BEANS I aige tins Special ,t tins ''FINEST TOMATOES per Ib. SWEET POTATOES PEACHES. .Special'. per pound. BARTLET.T -PEARS per dozen PLUMS, .finest ratine-.. Per basket PEACHES preserving Ver; special Per crate 'APPLES.' .rcinest: eating. 4 pounds for TOKAY GRAPES 2 pounds CORN MEAU Special, 10 Uis... _. lOc 25c lOc 30c 35c 20c 35c 35c ;