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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX lAKOTA WOMAN MANAGES BANK Year Old MI6B Only fir-- anclal Concern Head In Wcat Jeffeison, S. Is n bank mre that has a young-givl'.for Us nmn- iger, and she is making a success of he undertaking. Miss Pearl all ap- pearances, is inst .an ordinary at- tractive girl, who enjoys a good time a frolic outside of business hours. Miss Beavers wan bora and lived Iho. earl.' part of tier, life at Jeffer- son As she grew-up it was Hot the life ol i society butterfly that ap- pealed most strongly-to her, nor. did the nsnai "teaching school" bold her Intel est She' wanted to be a banker Two >ears ago she went to Sioux Citv with this fixed purpose in mind and with a detGrminaiipn to win put if work and porsavorance could bring She fought her way tnrougn THE DAuVY You will find relief in It ease: the burning, pain, stops bleeding and brings ease. Perseverance, with Zarn- Buk, means cure. Why not prove 7 munition to "set by" with her. plans Havre, Sept. Bel- gian government, authoilttes bore have received information of ilio continued made Rood. Gradually mow j appearance of patriotic newsuaneis at t "as placed in horlnmsscls and throughout Belgium, n '.i weeks ago the defiance of 'tho German censorship ,._ nf Mm npr- itiid more, trust aoility. Tl big' om'ortunlty .came. La Patric is another ot iheso secret H announces under its newspapers. title tha! It is a "non-censored jour- nal, appearing, how. where and whoa it please..." Another line states that the business training school she had completed course an i myser iliss liKsvsrs! of Belgium how those secret papers a deter- only twenty-two years old. re is a price of 50.000 marks on bead o[ the editor of the Free The" State jano'd'espae all tho efforts of the Ger-jit Is in the second year of Its m'blica- 1 temper- man military police. It Is one of the ijon. The bitterness of inis impel is "irman occupation ahowll ia a standing line carried at the head of its editorials, referring to the Germans as "barbarians and liars int number showed route for Calais" by iways." A recent the Germans "en Sold to Farmers Farmers purchased our stock of tank pumps last week'because they bought them AT A LOWEK PRICE and the Soods were right. You can always save money at this store. Crocks For pickling meat, butter, eggs, etc., up to 20 gallons capacity from 5c to S5.00. Threshers' Supplies Yellow Jacket Suction Hose, 2 in. by 20ft................. Four Ply Rubber Belting: 4 inch, per foot 5 inch, 'per foot 6 inch, per Threshers Cable, one only Engineers Supplies and Tools of All Kinds Complete Stock of Batteries and Spark Plugs way of the Yser river, with the bodies Dt-mau soldiers slaughtered by the __.Jans, floating in the river. been I JEcho, another of the secret jour- shot One man was sentenced to 12 j announces that it prints wnai. vears' hard labor, others to three and censored journals dare not vears ar a, eleven years, and a woman, Madame Scheupens. to live years. But each time that i Pri-joned p.1.; feel the tronble is ended, the paper appears the following day more lusty than ever with a cartoon making tun of the prosecution. censore ournas not say." A recent number gave be speech of Premier Asquith in me supposed editor is House ot Commons, declaring there thn German authorities vmM be no peace until Belgium jwas tree The editorial was headed: "Ten- ton Pirates and Vandals." Other secret newspapers are La .1 ever unit u (Jlher secret be prosecution. Verite and the Flemish Lion. There file is kept hero of .these secret is also a weekly Review of the Jrencn pa'pers. as a matter ot cugosity. Free Press, giving articles .which have been iBelEium. which has given the most prohibited from being publishen in 'trouble, prints the following notices Belgium. illustrated books also con- J m -..monr with nanQSomt! eii under its title: bulletin of patriotism, submit- Uiug to no censorship whatever. "Price per. copy elastic, from zero I to infinity. "Business office.: Not being handy 35c 40c .8.00 G. W. GRAY HARDWARE, 310 5th ST.IS. LETHBRID6E, ALBERTA 0- PHONE 76) to have an established address, we are installed in a movable cellar. "Advertisements: Business being ml under German dominations, we have suppressed our advertising page and patrons to keep their counsel our money till times get better. Telegraphic- address: of Ger- man commander at Brussels." recent issue of Free Belgium gave a cartoon by Raemaker, adapted from Gustave Dore's Scenes in Hell, j showing women and children in agony [as they are trampled down by a sol- dier in German helmet, the face ot the soldier being evidently meant for that of the Kaiser. Another cartoon, en- titled "Love's shows Gen. Von BIssing. the military commander Brussels, trying to find the editor oM'ree Belgitrm in cellars and attics while-the editorial rooms, basmes; office etc-, are depicted on wheels. A big sun, labelled Free Belgium, smiles down derisively at Von Bissiugs vain efforts to capture the editors. tinue to appear, with handsome en- gravings and colored maps, giving the Belgian story as against the German. Even a secret press bureau has been set up at Brussels, which issues tvpewritten sheets comparing favor- ably with those from the official press bureau at Paris and London. The editing is well done., showing that there must be capable men to gather the material and put it in shape. The sheets, mechanically, are even better than those issued at Paris and Lon- lon. showing there must be a large and flrst class duplicating process somewhere beyond the power ot the Germans to discover. The Belgian officials themselves do- not know how this work is done, and Montreal. Sept. fifteen thousand people gallierwl at Mnlson iieui'B tonight lo hoar the Liberal j chieftain. Sir Wilfrid Laurler, Hon. Hodolphe Lomleux. Alphonse Vorville. M V and others In an open air moel- Ing, arranged by Mr. Verville, the well-known labor representative in Parliament. Sir Wilfrid's address WIH partially political and strongly patri- otic. Ho made it clear (lint he still strongly favored the cause of Great Britain and her allies In the war and ;liat he regarded It as the duty ot French-Canadians to assist therein. Sir Wilfrid, at the outset, claimed mat the Liberals foil from power in 1911 because of their devotion to duty, and' the Conservatives had won he- cause tho public mind had been blind- ed by appeals to prejudices, distor- tion of facts, ind by untruths. Touch- Ing on tiie navy bill, he slated Unit tlia Borden government bad not chan- ged it one iot'a except to extend the principle after the war started, when Vancouver and Victoria becamis frightened, and obtained authority to buy two submarines to defend them- selves against possible attack. Sir Wilfrid reiterated his declara- tion of some months ago "When Great Britain is at war we are at war." Fur- ther, .he said. "It is our duty to de- fend our country and the best place to defend it is beyond the frontiers of our country." Voice of Warning Hon. Rodolpho Lemienx voiced warning to Liberals. "One of these he said, "the government will put out the writs to get a renew- al of office. -When It will be, 1'do not know, but I Bay to the old Liber- als and to the workmen: 'Be on your guard.' The government will catch you as thieves catch you in the night. The prime minister is honest, but very feeble for the post, and they have heard the acclamations of that great old chief (Sir Wilfrid) ami they know that their days are counted." not Know now MI." it is simply incomprehensible how all this editing, publishing, printing, cir- culating, getting the. requisite white, paner and ink, drawing cartoons, an- V lithographing, and all the hooks and a newspapers, press service, can be accomplished in secret with the German police strain-1 ine every nerve and offering prices i s I I I w I RESOLTOFIHElll Reported Dead Re- tarn to Find Their Wives Remarried on the heads of editors. U takes I is a notable multipll- courage and be an eaiwr of domestlc ,iramas of the type in Belgium under these conditions Specials For the Week-end CANTALOUPE. Two for PEACHES. Free Stone. .Per PEARS. Per case LEMONS. Per dozen........... APPLES. Good cookers Per boi............. APPLES, Bating. 5 pounds FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GRAPES. Ontario. Per basket- GRAPES. Tokay. Per -pound CRANBERRIES. 2 pounds for CELERY.. Per pound SWEET POTATOES. Per pound GREEN PEPPERS. Per dozen ITALIAN PRUNES. 25c 45c 25c Per case 45c 20c 35c lOc lOc 15c 11.15 TEA. Kerr's Special "Per pound TEA. Decajulia Golden Tip. Per pound COFFEE. "Our Java Blend COFFEE. "Quality-Blend." Per pound PINEAPPLE. Libby's sliced. Two tins CATSUP. Heinz. Per bottle................. CATSUP. Blue label. Por.bottle PICKLES. In bulk. Sweet Mustard PICKLES. In bulk. Mixed...................... CHOW CHOW. Libby's. 'In bottles, VINEGAR. Holbrook's Mall. Per bottle................. MARMALADE. Pure. Per tin PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk Per pound SARDINES. Finest French. :per tin SALMON. Red Sockeye. Lines 40c 60c SOc 35c 25c 35c 35c 40c 40c 20c 35c 70c SOc 25c 25c Household Necessities 25c 15c lOc 15c 15c 25c ROYAL CROWN CLEANSER. Three tins AMMONIA LIQUID. Per bottle AMMONIA POWDER Per packet BON AMI. Powdered and cake. Each........................ CHLORIDE OF LliviE. Per tin PEARLINE. Per packet, lOc and SOAP. Pure Olive Oil. Large bars. Special per bar PALM OLIVE SOAP. Two bars BROOMS. Five string, strongly bound. Bach............... STOVE BRUSHES. Each........................ CLOTHES PINS. Spring, special. 4 dozen---- LIQUID VENEER. Per bottle 25c and O'CEDAR OIL. Per bottle, 25c and............ 25c 65c 25c 25c SOc SOc Suggestions for the Cake Maker 15c 18c 15c 15c 30c 25c 55c CRISCO. In tins. 35c, 70c and LARD. In pails. 65c, and........ POTATO FLOUR. Per packet.................. CURRANTS. Per packet RAISINS. Seeded, Large Packets, each......... RAISINS. Seedless. Per packet PEEL. Assorted Lemon, Orange, Citron...................... ICING SUGAR. Two pounds for WALNUTS. Shelled. Perfect halves. Per Ib. EXTRACTS. Pure Lemon and Va- nilla, per bottle, 25c and SPICES. Cloves, Cinnamon, Gin- ger, per tin.................. CHOCOLATE. Baker's and Cow- an's, per cake CQCOANUT. Shredded, fresh stock. Per pound............. ill- 1 w v The Grocer Italian Prune Plums, In peach boxes Peaches are about over, per Apples, good cooking, case Apples, Mclntosh. Good eat- ing, per Crab Apples, per Oranges, per ,doz.; 40c and 60c 30c Lemons, per dozen 40e Ripe Tomatoes, per basket 35c Green Tomatoes, per Ib..... 4c Onions, 5 Ihs. for 26c Spanish Onions, very three-pounds 25c Cranberries, two pounds 35c Celery, B.C., per pound 10c Squash, per pound 5c CANNED VEGETABLES Peas, two tins 25c Corn, two tins 25c Beans, two tips...........25c Tomatoes, per tin 15c Mushrooms, per tin .....30c Frnnch Peas, two tins ----35c Sour Kraut, pur tin........20c Sweet Potatoes, per tin 25c Asparagus, per tin SOc Hominy, per tin 15c BREAKFAST FOODS VINEGAR English Malt, quart........ Brown White Wine or White In bulk, per gallon 60c Tennyson's "Enoch ArdenV and Balzac's "Colonel Cha- who. lost on a Napoleonic jattiefield returned home lo find his wife remarried to a nobleman, of Hie ilestoration. Thus a Madame of Arras waa informed at the beginning of the war her husband had been killed. Re- moving to Paris-she waited some months, and then married her brother- in-law The first husband is now on his way back from Germany, where he was a prisoner. Charles le Goffic cites other cases in La Liberte. He says: "In a small commune near the Channel two sol- diers' wives remarried In this way. The death of their first husbands was registered, and all the papers were in order. But these husbands re- appeared one. line both of them with amputated limbs.' "More curious is the tale of the Bre- ton soldier, whose arm, cut off by a shell was found on the battlehelil, while the rest of him had disappeared. As the arm carried'the identification plate its owner was reported dead. The wife received a certificate to this effect, and was permitted to remarry. The flrst husband, however, proves to be alive, and inclined to insist on his The moat unfortunate of these tra- gic misadventures was found In Swit- zerland recently in one of the parties Cream of Wheat 20c tins for Wheat Flakes 25c Purity Oats............25c Quaker Oats....'.......... 25c Corn Flakes, three for-----25c (Crumbles; per pkg....... Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. 25c Puffed Rice, pkg.......... 15c Roman Meal, pkg..........25c Macaroni, '2 pkgs......... 25c Creamettes, pkgs........25c Egg Noodles, 2 pkgs.......25c Egg-O Baking Powder, 25c, SOc Magic Baking Powder 20c Tuxedo Baking Powder 25c Melrose Baking Powder-----25c CATSUP Blue Label, per bottle 35c Helnz's per bottle 30c Club House, per bottle -----25c Tomato Catsup, 2 tins.....25c CANNED MEATS FISH Corned Beef, per tin 35c Chipped Beef, small glass.. Chipped Bsef, In tint :.....26c Beef Steak and Onions, tin 2oc Potted Meats, four tins 25c Parln Pate, meat and fish paste, two Tongue, per Clams, per tin Shrimps, wet or dry, tin 20c Crab Meat, per tin 30c Lobster, small tins 20r. Lobster, large tins 30c Oysters, per tin 15c and 25c Salmo'n, Red Sockeye, tin 25c Small tins............. 1Sc Salmon, Pink, 2 large tins 25c Sardines, King Otcar, tin 20c Sardines, Canadian in oil, four tins for 25c Oxo Cubes, large tins......25c Pork Beans, Van Camp's, two for................ 25c Pork and Beans, Donalco, 3 26c PICKLES Heinz: Sweet 35c Chow Chow 35c JAM Strawberry, 4 Ib. pail 85c Raspberry, 4 Ib. pail 80c .Gooseberry.............. 7ac Peach 75c PICKLES Sweet Gherkins........... 35c Sweet Gherkins, per doz 15c Sweet in bulk, pint 20c Red Cross: White. Onion 20c f.Sour Mixed.............. 20c Sweet Mixed 20c Quart JT% sweet 40c Quart Jar, sour..........35c ns or Soups, Van Camp's, tin 15c Soups, Solder's large tins 15c Gong. Soup, per pkg 5c Fry's Cocoa, 15c and 30c Van Houton's, per tin 35c George Washington's Prepar- ed Coffee, medium tins 75c Large tins Bovril. per bottle 46c WASH DAY SPECIALS Lux, three pkgs 25c Sun Light Soap, 11 bars 50c Life Buoy Soap, 11 bars SOc R.C. or G.W. Soap, 2 pkgs. 45c Pearllne, per package 5c Pearline, large package 25c Gold Dust, package 25c Old Dutch, three tins.....; 25c R.C. Cleanser, three ;tins Toilet Soaps, a nice .assort- ment, packed three cakes in a box. per hox Shaving Sticks, each Blue, per bottle Blue, per package Mack's No Rub Soap San! Flush, per tin Stove Polish Stove Brushes Scrub Brushes Brooms, 60c 60c and Mop Handles O'Cedar Polish, 2bc and O'Cedar Mops, 75c and i Liquid Veneer, A free dust cloth with each 50c worth. Clothes Llnesf cotton 20c Clothes Lihei wire 25c Bon Ami, cake 15c Bon Ami, powder IS" 25c loc 16c 10c Sc 25c 10c 25c 2oc 70c 25c 50c SPECIAL PRICES ON CASE LOTS AND ON LARGE ORDERS. FREIGHT PREPAID ON ORDERS OF OR OVER, EXCEPT ON SUGAR AND FLOUR. DOMINION BLOCK PHONE 515 FOURTH AVENUE re- DENOUNCES MINISTERS WHO of seriously wounded so Uieis re SMOKE turned from Germany. A French visi-. Warjaw of the tor stopped before minister who used tobacco was made before the Wlr.ona Bible conference thirig for the sufferer, if he could seek his family and tell them. was -.the reply. He is dead." The soldier had.risen to the heroic by Bishop Wm. A. addressing thousands of minister! and church workers. "A minister who is not willing to sacrifice the pleasure that he may get out 'of the use of tobacco for his The soldier had risen to tne neroic get olit or the use of tobacco tor nis dellcacv of deciding that, rather than; do so. for the good horrify" those'he loved, he would leave of huraanity. Think 'of the example' him dead. set hv a tobacco-using preach- them to believe him dead. There is a ray of light in this case, for the soldiers, hold out hope of a great Improvement, and if this is ac- complished their patient will give up name and come to life again GEO. KERR CO. i Family Grocers and Provision Merchants. The Store of Quality 1'houes Brightens One Up There is something about' G r a p p N u 1 s food thift brightens one up, infant (ir adult, both physically and men tally. What is it? Just its delightful flavor, and the nutriment of whole wheat and barley, including their wonderful body and nerve building mineral ele- ments! A crisp, rendy-lo-cal food with a mild sweetness all its own; distinctive, delic- ious, satisfying- Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" Canadian PoaWiii Cerss! Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out- ,8 name But adds M le Gofflc. may then be too late thai is set "by a tobacco-using preach- hf> remarked. Daniel A. Poling, associate presi- dent and national' citizenship super- intendent of the United States So- ciety of Christian Endeavor said: "The ybung people of the country, -v Lnell uo through the Christian- Endeavor, ara It is said there are 70 000 French organizing against the liquor, traf nn-oner's in Geimam who have are accomplishing more in tne CeVn able to communicate with their j eradication of this vice, and of the am lies The French law requires terrible habit ot cigarette smoking Tmonthb before re than any other organizat on. -n mum _. Announcement was made thatjjlwy en moiium marriage The question is being ask ed whether Mt delay should not he extended, and Henri Robert, the extene, an eminent pleader is one ot those who think that soldiers' v-ives should not remarry before the end of the war n 000 had been raised toward the 000 endowment fund of the new nona Jeilerated college which is re- ceiving support from the .Bible con- ference. ARTICIPATION IN THE WAK southwest toward ttw ;