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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. SEPTEMBEIt 101ft THE LE'IHBniDGE; DAILY HERALD 1'ACIi NINE HOSIERY that will stand up and look that's what a man wants. It's .an- noying to be everlastingly poking a toe through a on earth don't they make 'cm to do. Good to look at, good to iveur ____n color, and-weight for every, purpose. Penmons for Hosiery insurance. The !33tli railway construction corps, which' has already scoured nearly 100 local recruits, needs 100 more men from Alberta, and a recruit, ing office has'been opened hero bj Capt. Jas. Duff, at 112 5th St. South with Pies. J. G. Paxton and Ed. Adams In charge This corps requires railway'men; bridge-builders, ayl such like. This corps was materially as sisted in recruiting here recently bj Fred'. W. Downer, and It proved to be a moat popular unit. NEW LORD MAYOR OF LONDON London, Sept. WH- 11am Henry: D.unn was today elected Lord Mayor of Lon- don. The Canadian Red Cross Society LETHBRIDGE BRANCH The Annual Meeting of the Red Cross Society will be held in St. Augiistin's Hall Monday Evening the 2ml October, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK those Interested in Red Cross work are requested to attend. "Home Made" Peanut Butter S. A. COMMISSIONER TO BE HERE SUNDAY Commissioner and Mrs. Sowtou, who j have charge of the Salvation Army work in Canada W.ost will be In the cl-y for Sunday and will cp'iduct the meetings at the Citadel.' The commis- sioner does not get the chance of com- ing very often, so do not miss this opportunity oKhaarlng. this, very able exponent of the 'Bible. Tlvj Coaimls- tioner has -spent many years in ..the Army in many'different lands, and he is a very interesting speaker, so come along on-Sunday, as this is Mho first week end, he lias spent in And don't forget that his good. wife is coming him; she is also a very pleasing speaker. The annual meeting of I lie Kod !ross will be held on Monday al eight i.ui. hall. Mrs. (Dr.) Palton and little daugh- er of Coutts will spend the week-end vltli Miss Tllney. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MuDormoU, of Uoalhurst, are guests at the Palliser, lalgary. Master Alex. Robertson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robertson, left this afternoon or Edmonton to. attend the Univer- sity of Alberta............... Tile regular monthly meeting of the board of the Nursing Mission will be leld on Monday at 4 p.m. in the Y. M. C. A. The officers of the Maple Leaf chap ter, O. B. S.. are reminded of the re- liersal tomorrow (.'veiling al 7.HO sharp :n the Masonic hall. Jlrs.'J. N. Kennedy and daughter Dorothy have returned home after an extended visit with relatives in On- tario. Mrs. .W. A. Raymond Is now in Okla- homa City, and her friends will be pleased to know that she is rapidly regaining her health. Miss Edra Smith returned last night from a three weeks' trill to Calgary, Bassanb and Medicine Hat. She was accompanied home by Miss Lambley of Calgary. An important meeting of the wo- men's branch of the Red Cross will be held tomorrow at 3.30 in the lied Cross rooms. All members are urged to be present. Harold Hamraan, son of Dr. Ham- man of Taber. who underwent an op- eration for appendicitis at the Gait hospital on Sunday, is progressing fa- vorably. I Lieut. C. H. Seaman, formerly of 11 the Imperial Bank in this city and who was attached to the bat- I talion at has gone overseas, j Before leaving Canada he was mar-ij rled at Montreal to Miss Tobin of j Fergus. Ont. The members of Grade IX. werej made welcome to the High school last i night planned In j their honor by the members of Grades. X., XI. and XII. Miss Alice Hnrdy. made a very clever address of wel- j come and, Herbert McClenagban also j spoke a welcome to the new-j comers; A'very'enjoyable' program was given cqnsisthig selections by the school orchestra, violin solo by Mr Crawford and quartette by Misses Hilda McMillen, Jleta Wellington and Messrs. Straker and Cant. An edition if the High school paper was read by, he editor. Ralph Waddington, and! greeted with applause. Games and dancing were then indulged in uid before the close of the evening were served. The following letter has been re- ceived Morris, secretary of the Trades and Labor Council, thanking him for toba'cc'o 'forwarded to front by the Trades Council: the In There are, many ways serve this peanut butter. making sandwiches, salad, fudjc, etc. Y.ou will find it dc- Mcloui rt_- j_r of peanut but tor Is equal to twelve eggs in food 'value. Ten cents worth of Peanut Butter purchase more than twice- the protein and six times the energy 'trjat could be bought for the same expenditure for porterhouse steak Information given above taken from U. S. Government reports Bulletin No. 382. 1VH. KEITH Homi' Made Confectionery and Popcorn Phone 1064.: Third Avenue Beside P. Burnt. Co. Dear Mr. Morris: Will you please convey 'my thinks to the members of the Trades and '-'Labor Council for the of tobacco and cigarettes that I received from you' the other day. The tobacco was very much appreciated. "Thanking you again for the gift and your good -wishes, I remain, -Yours sincerely, i W. L. SHIRLEY, 4th Canadian Field Amb PRINCE ALBERT KNOWS THIS V. C. CHAPLAIN Prince Albert, Sask., Septi. Rev William 'Robert Addison, chap lain mentioned in a London dlspatcl Wednesday as received the left Prince Albert five or six V C left Prince Albert-live or six lodge, however, is so gre veais'ago according to Henry Daiis coming who says that.Addison owns propetty d Uub ho.use such as mar Miiiar'c .Mill nntl worked in the or the Elks in so many wiio saya ji.yfv.ivj near Miller's Mill and worked in the lumber camp and mill there Later ho went to England, where he was made a in Kent Addison has paid Ins taxes tor this year, according to the assessor, and his address is, Salisbury, England. SERBS HOLD OUT via London, Sept 4 29 Despite violent attacks by the Bulgarians, the Serbians still hold yie highest1 Beak of Kaimakcalan Ridge, dais to day's official Serbian state Sack 4'JtbSat'k 98 ID Sack FLOUR OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND Extra spec ml, 98 lh SaU AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUR. per jacket- OLD DUTCH'CLEANS ER. 3 tins LUX. 3 packets GOLD DUST. large packet. ROYAL CROJWN SOAI> per carton BON AMI. Cake or pow dereS.2 for SHREDDED WHEAT 1 pktl Quaktr CORN FLAKES Special, C for CLARKE'S VEAL LOAF Half pourd t1 CREAMETTES. OC- 2 paclieta SARDINES. H. B. Co.'s notBd Beaver. Brand of Norwegian Sardines 9Ci> Special, 1 tins Jvl> NO. 1 DAIRY nfi Ib 15c 25c 25c 22c 22c 25c 25c 45c Sugar-Cocoa Special JO Ibs B. C. SUGAR and Half Pound tin Cowan's AA Perfection Cocoa Red Cross Brand, Sour Mixed or 1 how. Qt. Sealers LIBBY'S TOMATO SAUCE. Large bottles Reg Joe Special, per bottle fcJFC SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. i nn 23 bars MACARONI, 2 packets GINGER SNAP BIS- 'CUITS, 2 pounds ECGO BAKING POW- ,DER. 1 Ib. tins SALMON FINEST B. C. RED per tin LARD GUARANTEED PURE 3 ft) 5 ft pails 89f 10 th pniU 23c 25c 20c 19c TEA H B Co.'a SPECIAL pounds CREAMERY BUTTER per pound P'OST TOASTIES, ;ial, 3 for CORN STARCH, packets EELS NAPTHA per carton FAIRY or CASTILE SOAP, 10 cakes Whole WHEAT FLOUR Ib. uck 2 ft 2 for..... 40c 27c 25c 69c 25c 45c 25c FINEST TOMATOES per Ib. SWEET POTATOES 314 pounds PEACHES. Special per pound BARTLETT PEARS per dozen PLUMS, fluest eating Per basket PEACHES. For preservi special d Per crate S APPLES Finest catinK 4 pounds for TOKAY SHAPES per pound CRANBERRIES Per pound CORN M'EAL Special, 10 Ibs lOc 25c lOc 30c 35c ing. Very 20c 15c 35c Stuart's JAM Baspberrv or Black Cur rant Guaranteed pure trult and.sugar only, 41b. pail 69c ;