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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF. SEVEN SKPTRMBER 29. THE LRTHBlunGK OAll-V ALE OF A Women's Suits ______ _ __ A 7 Women's Blue or Black Suit 01 "rge, poplin, gabardines and cheviots. Ml Ifonner Satin lined, best tailoring. Sizes 34 to a I. Snlar vah.es and ?35.00. W.OO Sale Price, suit _ Tweed Suits at h good styles. Siv.cs 34 to 40. Salo Price Women's Navy ami Black Suits A Special Skirt at tas! diance to buy a eood serBe skirt at i' Goats The Best Values hi Coats Ever Shown. sale i'.t 1 Thousands of Pieces of Warm Underwear Piles of Heavy Hosiery For men, women and children. From 25 c up to Furs Are Cheaper This Scasoii lee! the'values we are showing before you buy. The stylcs'iire fine. Boys' Suits and Overcoats Correct in style and price. aml.1i7.00 to II! INIOENUSim Midland, Texaa, Sept. 22. 1'B of the'lleiald: Dear Hlr, We wish to extend I ihrouKh the "Herald" our at on A; ninny Mud and sympathetic let- I as well as those whicn may yet follow. expressim; your love aud high esteem for the splendid so. nud brother we have temporarily lost. While wo have often straiten of Ihe n.MNTY KXnilUT AT FASHION KKV1KVV While wo have often straiten o, "7 ,nany Mends j ever anu we nun r.. i a tar away people but a people who feel and think with us In these hours lot deep sorrow. The Good rathe loiiiv knows how much we all loved 'E J and how hard it is to ghe him up but we must submit our- selves to the fact that "ills will not ours be done." We are comforted h> the knowledge that never In all his i life has lie given us any worry or an 1 noyance. So far sa we I any young Boys' Suits at Sizes 25 to 34. Boys' Suits at Fine worsted In checks'and plaids', also tine Brown Scotch Tweeds. SIMS 23 to it. -Little Boys'Suits at Fancy Pleated and belted styles. Sizes o, 4 and a years. Boys' Overcoats, USAO to _ A.' JltOM FlIONT water. 1 watered the man's hogs to pay 1 went out and laid In a wheat- flc'lil A policeman went] by and 1 sure was scared. I stayed In the wheatriold till night and went bad; to tho house. Helped myself to a the" birds. I some, matches at the next house." Witness then told of waiting the! next day till he got turned around and didn't know which way ho was going, onded up at Dock s i middle of the night. "He I 3 aw south and so did I" Witness told Dock to cook the cliickens and lie went out iu ii.ye a sleep. Witness returned Inter uud ate one of the chickens. He said he was feverish and delirious. Started walk- ing again and arrived at Slessor s house He said lie didn't remember much alter that till he. was looklnR into the barrel of a revolver in a po- liceman's hand'. Cross-examined by Mr. Harris wit- ness said he had the two men. Dock and Slessor pretty well his own way. and Slessor pretty wen nis "to 'pattern after, and told them I didn't hesitate to plant our prayers arc that his influence has mmi when Ihe occasion arose touched the lives of at r mis Or Grassy Lake, wh our prayers are uiii" reached and touched the lives ot at least a few of whom be came in con- tact. His ambitton was to win but always in a manly way. Not wishing to cause any worry, .he has never told us of a wounded I comrade, ovary letter being cheerful 1 and happy, lust like himself. Yet we Knew very woll lie must he undergo- ing hardships all the time, hveil MB, reouest to the chaplain at the last was to tell us that the wound was a mere., scratch not worth worrying about. The chaplain also tells us i that he was buried with all the hon- s due a gallant soldier in the military j cemcterv, near 10th Casualty Clear ng StaUon." We must especially ment on here the name of the splendid 1 ies- byterian Chaplain, Rev. Bax- ter vho went into such details touch- Ing the last hours spent with him as well- as information regarding his estine' Place He tells us he was wounded' by an aerial bomb at three o'clock on the morning of August the i llith and lived until 8.30 a.m., about and one-half hours. The good Corp. Ullis of Grassy Lake, who ef- fected the arrest of Dock at the lat- ter s homestead was on the stand court, adjourned at Hs; told of warning DOCK that anything] he might say be used against him. and Hie conversation alte, tho arrest'was n ade. 1 ocal hay growers are much pleased bv the action of the C. P. R. in re- versing Its usual policy and granting a site (or hay warehouse on the team track at Roaldale. Tenders tor the immediate construction of a substan- tial building have been called for, by _ i_. ,.i_ T a nil thP.RR Will lVimn.------- chaplain writes us that "e sufrered ,vcry little, if any. after reaching him jat ii.4o a.m. We read in the -.Herald" a splendid itribute from one of bis comrades i which was received by a young ladj in f.etlihi-ldse. 'We would appreciate so much if the young lady would write and give us this comrades name and address us we would like very much to write him. We believe E. J. was doing what :ho thought was right anil bis assured him that his actiouj would have heen...mlne had 1 .beer, placed iu his circumstances. We have received so many kiud let. ters that are so hard to answer just now that we are asking each to kind- ly accept this-acknowledgment until a later date when "ill feel more like answering eath j We are very since, els jours Mr and Mrs 1 S MacKeniie, and family. llal 1IQ..J Farm Products Limited, and t----- be dealt with at a. general meeting of all parties Interested, to be held in the Coaldale school house tomorrow ivenin Uame Fashion decrees longer skir I1SSY Ifl Fl A :____._ vi BUY HERE We Will Save You Money Here is Just a Few of Qur Many Specials _ A ._ _ Of the Boys' Suits very licst make. i..i montlifc memoere 01 within -tire tart seven monthw ADOU wn seven month, ago triplets wbr e bo fiieenwlch Conn A retort (or childbirth ha, been os a llBhcd b> Mrs Julius rojenskl of this rlM The woman is ii sears old ind to the mother ot thliteen children I named. E. E. James showed some eood agricultural horses The horses were judged by A. R. Galbraith. i Some good cattle, both full-blooded 11 and grade were Wm. Oretton, M- 'lavshall, .Carl 'Perry, E. J. j James, Louis Lange and others were k I the principal exhibitors. The stock mostly iu good condition and was judged by Mr. Stephens. The grains and .vegetables brought .i out the largest number of exhibitors, almost every farmer who was exhibit- 1 Ing any other entries bringing in some ol the" products of his garden. The Grassy Lake gaidens been par- tlcularly fine this jear, and R H. 'dell, who judged the loots and vege- 1 tuples had n busv dav L B Losov principal es toi ill the classes and carried off most of HIP praes with his really fine displas Considering the genera, excellence of the crops in the Grassy Lake district tins it is surprising that more grain .exhibits were not teattno of the vegetable e.-cbibit a plate of fill strawberries grown h; MI Losej The> picked onlj a week ago and looked just as lusci- ous as the kind that ripen iii July or August Among the exhibitors in the gnlnk srasse- and vegetables were FelK Grow llrB B Elsenhauer, Luis Langp. 0 T Lathrop, L B Losey and poultn show was held in a building down tovtn and brought out the old consistent winners. Moore of Medicine rendered sat isfactorj decisions. The principal ex hibltors were L B Losey, Nell McKe lar, ot Tober, ham Jones of Ljth- bridge, H P Muuroe of Taber and b. N Harding oi Omssy Lake. The shown were worthy of winning. The in the fancy work and domestic oroducts classes were of a Mgh "i-aHty in point of excellence though the domestic not so proluse as one might have ex pccted The judges were Mrs.. Ijoaoy, of Winnlfied, Mis. Moore of Jledicine of Grassy Lake, and Booth. Mrs Scott and-JIrs. Bis- i enhauor ot Grassy Lake. 1 Bm hig the div the draw Lake Bed Cross Socletj held tag day, and also had n booth on the grounds and clear- quite a.sum rvork Siwsfrom 30 to :U. Sizes from 24 to 30. Boys' MacUinaws The finest in the city. All sues. ..Price SEE THEM IN'THE WINDOW. Meij's Fleece Lined Under- i wear Heavy made. Special 49C A Bis Stock ol Men's, Wo- men's Shoes Just in at the lowest prices in the citv. Come and see them. New Fall Goods KveryUay. SPECIALS GROCERY i Priced Very Low for Saturday Selling in Chow C. 4 S. COFFEE. JA- 75c, per only 'VVAGSTAFFE'S MARMALADE. MARLE .SYRUP. Old Tyme Brand. Quart tins. Reg. Ajlf 50c: Saturday CORN SYRUP. 5 lb. tins. oep Per tin JJC CIN6EP...BREAO. MOLASSES. .5 pound tins AAr Per Wt CKISCO. CCr Per tin 35c.and Utfl B.R. TBA. areen or black 4 A- Saturday, lb. tVV TRY OUR SPECIAL VALUE ON IN OUR STORE. Per pound ORAPE'NUTS. Per rackage WHEAT Per package CORN FLAKES, Kel- S KRUIMBLES. 3 packages......... .FRY'S COCOA. lb. tin. tin 15c 20c 27c 27c 25c B.C. Cane Sugar 2O lb. Sack With a Grocery Order. C. S. COFFEE. Per tin SODA BISCUITS. Per package PURE HONEY. T tins. Per tin SOAP. Gold Soap. for SOAP. Sunlight. 23 bars for R. C. SOAP. 2 packages for OLD DUTCH. tins for LUX 3 packages for Fruit PEACHES. Per case PRUNES. Per box CRAB APPLES. 40 lb case CONCORD GRAPES. Per basket APPLES Per case J1.75, ?2 00, COOKING APPLES. Sound specials 5 11) CRANBERRIES. Per pound B. C. CELERY. 8 lb. tor 40c 22c ;i.oo 45c 25c 25c Specials 50c Western Mcarcantfle Co.