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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER. ilp. TitK LCTimmnOE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN. At Rylands To-nj Tluvstage is all sol for a'bitf time tonight. We have excelled ourselves vvitii list of pVhio" bni-guius. pay more or. your full: requirements in dry when you cuii renlly .recjuire at sales al snc-li roniarkahle You 10 to 40 per These "After VELVA VESTS TONIGHT ONLY J3C Usually- sold at- even In the Mg city'atoros. Short sloovns or sleeves, low neck or high Pall wcleht. A CORSETr BARGAIN TONIGHT. About twenty or thirty pairs of P. C. Corsets In sizes 19 to 20. only. Good niters and strong- CHILD'S CRIB BLANKETS FOR These are imported from the States. Heavy ciiinfy eiderdown flannelette, "nine or plnlt with uninial designs. LARGE'BATH iTOWELS, PAIR Bxtra large anil extra. lioavyt> natural color bath towels. Worth 7Bc a. COL. CORDUROY Cfljj. -VELVETEENS These are odd shades and Ishort lengths of over 90c .velvet 'cords. YARDS WHITE FLANNELETTE This is a new .line just re jcelvnd today. On sale at this price for tonight only. 65c .DRESS GOODS ''UP TO YARD All high 'class dress materials [n the ,leadlng.'colors for fall and winter serges, urmiiros. pop- ..lino, etc.1 T.ORCHON LACES C up TO 26? YARD; of over 50 pieces narrow or wide torchon laces at tins remarkably low price. LADIES' BLACK 9Cj. HOSE FOR liitl. A.heavy cotton hos- iery suitable fur fail wear.'Sizes svt'to.IO.'. CHILD'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE .On sale Ipnlghr only. Double kjipe wool hose. Ail siaes, 5 to Regular. 6Qc. No more than three pairs to a customer. TEN- ONLY f AA ..SILK .SWEATERS O.UU Tliese.are samples worth up to SI0.00. Colors paddy and Cop- enhagen. Latest Suits and Coats -Just Arrived THESE SUITS'AND COATS CAME 'IN BY EXPRESS THI.S MORNING. A-DOZEN OR.SO REAL SMART SUITS A DOZEN OF THE VERY LATEST PRODUCTIONS IN. TWEED COATS. "TEN QUARTER" FLETTE SHEETS While or grey, first quality with pink or blue borders. COVERS "WMtc only. Short sleeves or long sleeves. Sizes to 40. BOYS' RIBBED COMBINATIONS Boys'.line ribbed-winter com- I! to 10; years. "Qutjen i make. FOUR INCH TAFFETA 1 C SILK RIBBON IOC 10 different shades. suit- -able bows. Extra special valuep. LADIES' RIBBED COT- TON COMBINATIONS, I OC This is an unusual offering. Long sleeve; high neck, ankle length. 30, sizes only. Fall ;weiglU. 60 by 72 INCH Cft COMFORTERS FOR Tliese are olil values. Cotton filled, with floral muslin cover- ings. CHILD'S FLEECED SLEEPERS FOR Cheaper and better than lines offered elsewhere for 85 and 90c. All sizes. J CHILD'S BLACK. TIGHTS All sizes In black knit. WaU son's best grade, colon BLACK SATEEN QC _ 'UNDERSKIRTS '2 dozen only black sateen pet- ticoats, deep'frill. Extra special value. 7 q Jl- PHONE 1224 CHARGES PRINCE SLEW BELGIAN NOBLEtyA'N Belgian Writes to London Paper Say ing German Officer Shot His Host JYQstnilnsler from, Us. Belgian s: "The disappearance of the well- know Belgian nobleman, Baron Duta- ghni Dacoz; last year, and the discov- ery of his body by a gamekeeper-three months afterword !u a wood on his eatate'near Ghent, may not have been forgotten completely, even; at a lime when sensation succeeds sensation so rapidly as it does today. The Barou it waa-.'discovered had been .killed by a shot from a revolver fired Into his back. Some German officers pf high rank were the Baron's' self-invited guests; at the time he received them with an air of dignity that may or may not have, concealed his real feelings, and while he was still missing these officers were suspected of knowing where a solution of the mystery could be found. "The police took the matter in hand and, apparently exhaus- ive wife., was. thrown .into prison, where 'the spell of... severe treatment affected ,her. health so se- verely that she Is suffering stijl. Even the discovery, of the .Baron's, body did'not solve the problem, until quite recently the chauffeur of one of the-officers'in Prince Stolberg, -who- "had some, personal grievance to avenge, denounced his master as the .murderer, and another of the officers, Count Gogern, as an accomplice. "The authorities, German, of course, could not pass over the, accusation. but his sentence .was .commuted to pennl servitude for life. Count Gogern escaped with a sentence of ton years at hard labor. Stolberg comes of one of the mediatised sovereign houses of tho Empire and traces his desceni; back 700 years." Mlsu Hiuul Crt'eliimii of the Clalt hOHiiiinl, Is !n Red Deer for it short time vlH.Ung her mother. Mian Ivouise Pruit iif Calgary, fc upending a weeks with her itiinl, Patrick. t The Art Needlework club will meet on .Monday afternoon with .Mrs. Hall, .6 Mull Block. AH niBinlmra arc ask- I ud to ;be present. i Miss Agnus O'Hagen lias returned i from ft visit with Jlis.s JoHsie McDon- aid and.MiBS Mnrcella Lafferty In 'Calgary. K. Palmer, who is sailing' shortly forEnglaiul to join Lieut. Pal- i nier, is spending a with Airs. C'iiaiiey at "The, Barracks." ur. Connor the'east Unlay to attend the Congress oi Surgeons at Philadelphia. He expcuits to be away two weeks. -Mr.M. left this morning for Great Falls to meet Mrs. Ostlund, is returning from Salt Lake City, Where she underwent an operation this -summer. Mrs. Ilarkell, with her son Willard, visiting her nep- ,How, B. C. Guilbault and [Guiltiault. T. Braa. -Mrs. Bran, Miss Smith and. Jlr. motored from now Island yestorrtay and are spending the week end with Mrs. D. A. Smith. Mies Aileen Imnhaui, who ohtain- i od the highest standing in Grade XII. in Alberta, leCt yesterday for Edmon- ton to attend tiie university of Al- berta. At the Hudson's Bay tea room yes- terday, afternoon, the Daughters of tlie limnire In charge were Mrs G: 'Robinson, Mrs: lUalbraUh, Mrs. .Carbern and Miss MUvehif Sweet pens timl dutinin leaves decorated the tables I The Daughters of the Elnpire have received the following letter from Mrs. Brett, of Government House, 13d. imonton, to was sent by Lady IBorden: "Three months ago H. R. H. the Duchess of Commught. was informed the women of Canada desired to tlonK with Canudu u luud might bu rulHod for Home patriotic, purpose con- nected witfi the war. This was also, declined on aceouiit ;o.f the uumerouK flllldB now being rulsed. The women j of Cnniwla bronglil the matter j to t.'io attention of 11. K. II. uud-jilic j hus graclouHly io allow Ufl j to supplement her "Prlsoiiorw of War" fund. An tho lime for appcnl is llm- Hod, October the 15th being the dale set on which tho subscriptions urn to dost', would you kindly place II before the wnmen o! your province. UK curly as possible, as worthy ol' sym- imthy win! co-operation. i.aura liorden." Anyone wishing give a sitbscrlp- tlon is askiid to send it !o Mrs. Oeo. Htacoy or Mrs. .1. X. Kitchio before tin; liitli of October. Last night tho audilorium of the j Y.M.C.A.. patriotically decorated with j flags and bunting, was crowded with frmiidB of the Lothbrldsc "Tommies" overseas. It was tile Christmas parcel; shower for the acldlnra, conductod by tlic Women's Civic club. And a did undertaking it was anil one that is j sure to lie this hlttlns 'of brightening a few oni: per-j haps wilo .lias .niffi'l.ends and who be-! liovcd there'fas no one to member hlmlat Clirlstmas. The par- i cols were wrapped-' in tissue paper; with gaily colored seals ami tags with mi outside wrapping of senslblt' lirpwn paper, anil contained article's''useful i and The reiiuired nuinlntr of parcels liuvc not yet liecll obtained but the members of the Civic club; are sure that when, the people of Leth- j bridge know that some of the men that Have gone from here, will i have to overlooked, they will not; hesitate p. minute Nbul immediately i pack up a parcel and send it either j to the Simpson Co.. Ltd.. or to Miss j Tilney's. Donations of money will al- so be gratefully accepted. A very interesting and enjoyable program was given last night consist- ing of piano solos by Siisses H. Simp- son and Milner: musical numbers by Mrs. Waddington. Masters Ralph and Jeff Waddington: vocal solo. Miss Milner; vocal solos. Mr. Waddington: vocal solo. Miss Alice Simni: short address by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick: vio- lin sol. Mr. B. F. Layton. nirrmnniiiiniiiiimimm WKeri ybii Rise in the Morning take a dose of FRUIT SALT vour health's sake. It's good for you. END'S FRUIT SALT is" so plcnsanl to lake, too. It prevents funclioiiiil corrects dis- orders of the liver ami promotes good henUhi ENO'S'FRUIT SALT makes.a coolinp, sparkling ;.ml refrosh- injf. You drink it at any time with benefit. Prejmrtd "Fniit Salt" Workj.LONDON, Eif. for Unfit Am. HAROLD F. RITCHIE CO. LIMITED lUL STREET, TORONTO Beware tff Substitutes. Two Winners They came to the conclusion ]a i was well founded, and Prince Stolljerg I present her, on UIQ occasion, of her was tried aiul condemned to death, departure, with some token of apure- ee interest in all ma elation of her deeo interest in all that concerns the; welfare of .the country under -present .conditions. H. K. H. said, that she could ;iibt''accept a per- sonal gift and the suggestion was made that in memory of her associa The exact tentre of the United States is in Smith county, Kansas. Russian saving, banks have receiv- ed Sl.ToO.OOO.OOtKsincetthe war began. The Japanese practically work all the time, and take very little sleep or rest. About one-fourth of the area of the United States is still covered .by. for- Regarding the Price of Bread in Lelhbridge If You Are Going to the Old Country Travel In comfort by the St. Law- rence Route. 17 SATURNIA.............. 24 CASSANDRA............ Oct. 31 ATHENIA..............: Nov. 21 Tickets and other information from any railroad or s.s. agent, or DONALDSON LINE H.E. LIDMAN, General-Agent, Winnipeg. 449' Main St. Ph. M. 6312 Vancouver, B.C. .531 Granyille St. BIG PROFIT FOR INDIANS Chicago, Sept. car- loads of cattle from a shipment of 51 cars, 17 of which were sold at Omaha yesterday, were sold at the market iiere today by Indians from the Crow- reservation in Montana, the first im- portant sales from an investment of; funds derived two. years ago by the sale of lands from the reservation. The 51 cars brought j K. Cato United States com-[ missioner of Indian affairs, supervised the sale for the Indians. He_saiil 11 was the first direct benefit dians had received' from the 'govern-1 nient policy of using the grazlng'lands on the reservations for the benefl.Liof, the Indians. All of these cattle range raised n d trass fed. he said Not a pound of corn or otter feed grass 01 hai had been glYeii Hiern Two ag.p. lye purchased ioi Oie Ciows "heifers 3000 jenrlfng steers and bulls In eluding the increase in the herd tic Indians pibBl on thB oriclnal purchase n 1' months attei paying ill expen sei has been Ihfi tirst year he Indians till and Bfatkecl 5000 tons of hay to winler-thaU herds and last winter" 7000 .tons Owing to the rise in the piico of floui and other matoi ials used Inv us in 0111 hiibiness we arc eoiupollcd to inise the puce ot hiLad Commencing Monday, October 2nd the Price of Bread will be 16 Tickets (retail) for 20 (wholesale) for BOfooiEii com? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take of all orders. PHONE 1256 The quality the best. 'Delivered; ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS MODEL -BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer CITY BAKERY R- W. Scott JOHN GIF MORE Plumbing Gab Fitting We have removed from the rear of the Coaldale Block to the 516 4th Avenue And are carrying a complete stock 'of up-to-date plumbing snrtn'hsstins .water .heaters, etc. iValker Hoi berton SUIT ENTERED AGAINST JOHN C OREWRY ESTATE Calgarj Sept 35 suit against the executors ot the estate of the late Tohn Clymie Diewrj has been started ht the supr-me court here The latesi action at the instance ot the and asks tue iiim of in payment of a note which uaa green the company which the late Mi Drewry was one of the dirLC'ni s The executors of the estate are Andievr Joseph Drevjrj William Stewart Drewry and Marv Burnham Diewrs This it> the same estate that -was recently involved in an action in which he widow of the deceased sought to break his will, by which she was cut off without anything which will was finally uplie'd b> the pnvi lounnl A STIFFER SENTENCE FOR DESERTION IN FUTURE Ottawa Sept orders in council have been promulgated, stiffen- ing the law with regard to dealing with deserters from the expeditionary force and with regard to seamen who refuse to obey orders on ships requi- sitioned for His1--Majesty's service. In the case of soldiers who desert, or are absent without leave it Is provided that they mav 4e summarily tried b> any justice of'the peace police or stipeudau magistrate without legard to territoital'Jurisdiction and sen tenced qn conviction to imprisonment for a time not exceeding .two years. The production of a serylce'roll or at- testation papers purporting to be signed by the accused, and a written statement from the .officer command Honest Grocer" "An Economical urocer is IfoneEt He will nof say, other flour is nft a7Kood. as OGILVIE'S ROYAL'HOUSE, HOLD'-jJie knows it is Canada's Best Flour. Your Grekt Grandmother used It your Mother baked it bits the delicious flaky pies and snowy bread }ou so veil Ghlmren will use it when theyVgrftw. older. _ WHAT ARE YOU DofNG? Give hubbi onte mole the pies his mother used to s ,p DO IT TODAY. Olde- giocei a bag of ROYAL HOUSE- HOLD FLOlJR and jour baking day troubles are over j- j. TERN MERCANTILE CO., f SAM SADOWSKI, PROP DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGF ing a militarj district, showing thai the accused was absent from hre corps shall be samcienfe proof of desertion J SL4IN AT b8, LIEUTENANT Henry 'Webber s Three ranked Him In the British Ar ot the British on" who fell advance in the was Lieutenant Henry Webbar South Lancashire Hegiment, aged years But despite his years the youngest, subaltern of them all-in bpiuts He was a Tonbridge schfcdl. half a century ago, and a .fort night was killed he wrpte this letter io'the only assistant master left on the staff wild linew him ds a boy: I know that the doings of old JToil- bridg'ians are .sometimes interesting to the piesent generation, so it occurs to me to write ,you a line. Fiftj one ago I got my colors in the oleven'r and last week fifty-one jears ago Hvjit bowling against Old BOJS and looking, oji name pf them as bittais and in the and yellow and here I am a lieuten- ant In his Majesty's Army, having to salute three sons if f meet them out liere a Colonel and tjro Majors I am first line transport officer' to this battalion and we have "been plumb IH the centre of the picture during the last ten days and gained no end of kudos, and also very se Vere mauling We have bean reshng for a week and refitting and arg.flt again tomorrow 1 I am so far extraordinarily fit and and though whfjn I tell you" that for-four cmwecutlve'days I was eithei on (hy feet or jn the saddle for twen ty-oiie hours out ofltlte twenty fom you will see that there is a bit of work nttaeued to Our were simpl} Bplendid ind no'w affeira. rest, they are as as well as a sciibolbov to be put on. to ioirt NOT Denmaik has dver clists f v Labor is well orgaui7ed in Greece, but'poorly paid. President Wilson is a ing picture- f York -tlntfTiOOO Chinese laundries King George of speaks sev- en different languages. f K and pay p castiofseliit OfTite, 403-5IH St. S. "Ptnes, or 1023 ;