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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, Al'llll, Wi. Till', PAG II S1WRN First in 1-6-7-0 Watch the Magic Figures Foremost -.1-7 M3 Watch the Magic Figures Tuesday's Phenom Extended to Busy Shoppers of This Great Sale all this week. Make the Hudson's Bay Company Your Shopping Headquarters Anniversary Leaders you will find in the Dry Goods on Tuesday I'liUoii'H Aloha Knitting Yarn. 4 ply In khaki ooly. In Barter hauka. Kliuld Handkerchief Lawn 40 Inches wide. Made ol best Egyptian collon. Make' lovely nnd sorvlccabto shirt waists nml IKrUcularly when hcrnslltchcil. Special 'OT- Anniversary OHcr, yoril 27 inch Eden Cloth, per yard ISc Makes splendid mannlEh Mouses lor Udliis anil glrla In dainty colored stripes. Also makes up well In pyjamas or child's rompers. Wirranlcil -I O _ color..Yard KNITTING'WOOL." J'.anfl J. Baldwin's IlEO "Ivo anil 3 Boo Klngcrlng Yarn In wlillo, pearl ilari grey, nalural or black. J'cr ixniml o( A 117 16 ounces Lurty Mad Cap Hair Nets Largo brick net In medium or dark broivn, 07 vtllh claallc. Per dozen All Silk Ribbon Court Swiss Taffeta In any dra'lrabie color. inch. 'ncn- yard Iti 2 t Yard......... Taffeta Ribbon< 51A'inches vldo. Only a limited quantity. Tuesday's Selling. Note These Suit Prices for Ladies. Astounding values THKSH SUITS Aro late anil cojnprleo al! Ihe newest ulylcs. Hcuular 550.00. oy rn 33J5 30.00 24.40 18.75 16.90 14.47 All The New Serge Dresses No two alike. Worlh up to 1 o nr S30.0Q (or 1J.JO COATS Tuesday Sale neB'Jlar 545.00. Tuetday Gale Regular i'10.00. Tuesday Sale Regular J32.60. Tuesday Bale Regular J25.00. Tuesday Gale Regular (22.60. Tueaday Sale Regular J18.50. Tuesday Sale Including J.atlleE' anil Children's, l New York styles Included. Regular For Regular For Regular {20.00. ror i............. Regular J15.00. For J8.25. For Regular For.............. Regular For Regular SI6.50. For Regular J11.50. .....26.25 .....18.75 .....15.00 ......11.25 6.20 4.30 ......22.50 Regular 522.60. r.n Kor lO.UU Regular '075. For Regular 54.50. For .75 5.10 3.40 Handsome Black TafVeta Silk Skills. With laree pocket. Latest styles, rj i n Regular J1SJM. Kiiii I A 'Corsets. ]toyal Worcestyr and A. Fine qual- ity ccutll. Embroidered tops. Six hose sup- porters. Tlegular to Kxtra, Tuesday 1.47 itonniuvorth Pctci'boi-o Yarn The best quality Canadian knitting yarn. Only a limited amount In groy or kliiikl. 7-7 f I'erlmli pound MV Crepe Toilet Paper In Large size and DesofiGst paper. C rolls for........... Men's and Boys' Wear A Guariin'.eed Fast. Dye Blue Serge Suit. J Flno quality English Serje. Neat stylo, not loo extreme. If we bought Mils suit today It would sell for J35.00. 07 in TucsdQ3r'B special otter........, I Men's Fine English Cambric 1 Shirts. Made with soft cutfa anil Lwo collars. Color olivo. Regular 1 n t TucaiJny selc................... Mcu's Fancy Aim Ono pair In box. Regular 35c, O'T- .w 4 C M :Men's Fine Silk Lisle Hose. In (an and black colors only. Salo price, pair.................. Boys' Suspenders Made of fine Regular 35c. Snlc, pair Boys' Jerseys In navy, cardinal, saic and Rcgnlnr Sale Eegnlar Sale 71c Grocery Savings. Con- sult this List tor Tues. Specials HOYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR. 24 Ib. sacks. Extra special. Only two i A sacks to a Customer. Per sack Home Made Grapefruit Marmalade. 5 lb, palls. Special per pail........ Wetliey's Orange" Marmalade. 4 pound t Orange Marmalade.' l Ib. glasses. Special Shelled Walnuts, Per pound Ontario Pure Honey? D lb- nails 'i ;.CrlBCo.' lb, Pure Casllle Soaji, 2 lb. bars.. Tor vfiqulrrei Peanut Special "tin Clover Leaf Soclicye Salmon: 78c 68c 25c 50c Jam', 4 lb. tins Special, each Canned 'Pumpkin, tins Special, 27c 27c 83c 20c Housefurnishings 200 Yards Cretonne In pretty shades, 27 inches wide, nn Tuesday's selling, a yard LiLi C 500 Yards Fine Curtain Nets In ii'ory and ecru shades. 3G Inches -I rj wide. Regular 25c. Tuesday yard 1 C Colored Double Bordered Scrim. Ecru and Ivory grounds, 3G inch- es wide. Extra, yard Tuesday is Busier Brown Shoe Day. We have sizes to fit all children. Uoys1 Onnniclnl JJluchers With block Lee and medium solo. A nlco dressy boot lliaL will give g'jod nails- j A rj faction. Size 1 lo C. Tuesday Bale, T.'l I Oil-Is Kid lUillou Hoots WUli plain pointed lae in wide Jlttlne with low heel. A splendid dress Qhoc for grow- ing glrle or ladles ivho prefer a low heel. Sizes I to i rj l Tuesday special, pair 4.J4 Boys'. Clack Elk Bluchers In wide Ilttlns anu block toe. The ideal shoe tor school. Slzea 1 to 6. l in Kid 50 Only Reversible Smyrna, -Hearth Bugs. Size 27-inche6 by 51 Inches. Fringed 'ends. Handsome Oriental, and floral patterns.. Roijulai-.- 53.15'' o A rr Extra special Tuesday, each .-.'1'illOWS- All feathers, covering ol Art lick- -i rj Jt ing. Size 19.125. Verj- special, pair Clover Leaf Cups and Saucers Very special.. py j Per dozen' Teapots Whlto- two sizes. Jlegular 35c .and-lOc. Tuefiday special, each Tuesday special, pair Girls' Patent Leather Button Boots In wide Hlllne and square toe. Splendid lice for growing girls. Sizes 1 to n 14 Tuesday spcclai, pair Little Gent's Patent Top Bluclicr Style Boots Wide lining and eilucator loe. t ft Sizes Tuesday special I Child's Giiiimctal Button Wllh a. ELlarjnteed Up. This tip Is inado from Chrome sole leather and can't kick oui Neat square toe. Sizes S to 11. 'Tuesday sale, pair ......i-.----. Grey Kid Children's Button Boots Villi square toe and one lift .hceV Very smart, sboe. Sizes to 6. 9-47 UfTil BELGIUM IRIS ROOTS FREE 'At (he, Raj- store with purchases of or ovtr. One Ins Root with each 51.00 of your purchase. A limit ot Tire to dbe customer. SEE THESE CENTRE WINDOW. PHONE v THE COMING OF MAY (Charles J. Flynn) A TrHrt wind and a HylnE moaii. And clouda that drift and lower, A heart that leaps al Hie 'vthoiiEht, how soon'. The earlli.wLll be In flower. 'Dohlad Uio aod the rag- ged cloud And I ho sound flood of loosening -I see young'Mfty with her fnlr .hend bowed In a world ol buds, Mrs. J. 0. WIIEQD, of Heglna, and ormerly o[ this city, ia the guest of Mrs. J. W. McNlcol. f rs. A. Kress leaves lomorrow OT LJslovfcl, spcnd.ttio si mcT. .Vies- Iloberlsou, son ot Dr. and Mrs. A. G. has returned from Edmonton where he completed ils first year's course at the Univer- sity bl Alberta. Tlic G.I.A. .will meet oa tlay attcriiooti at' 2.30 at Mrs. M Finnctnore's 502' 5tli Avenue south for Red Cross serving. E. N, HlslDbothani, of Edmon- lon, Is making a abort stay In tho city R. J. Gordon has returnctl Lo the" city alter a.moDlh'a vUlt in Sail Jjikd City! Mr. and Mrs, D. II. EUo'ti, who liavi beep spending'a month In, Salt Laki Oily, nave returned lo'llm city. The ladles' society to tbc. B. of pnd R, .will hold their bat dance ot the acason .tomorrow; night In the if.P. liall. All rncmbcm arc requested to meet In the hall tomorrow after- noon al 2 o'clock. i regular meeting of Maple but In Ihe oihcr "activities" which makejip, communlly IK'S She had rendered unselfish service as presi- dent of the Patriotic Relief associa- tion aod.was a' Lower of slreug'.h. lo he ladles engaged, in work for. the oldlers. She was olso connecleu with the Women's Auxiliary th 'hurch of Ob- icrver. Fane Is a daughter of-Mrs. Duff of this city. r At lliu home 6t the bride's parents, 'nurleen mllea south of on .he afLernoon of April 24, ilias Cora il Tongue united In marrEnse to Mr. F. I. Roldrlck. Miss Alice Kurlz- iv es acted In Die capacity of to rid ea- rn aid and the brother ol groom Mr. W. Boldrlck was groomsman. Th ceremony was performed in the pros encc o( a ol friends by Rev E. Davldge, of Foremost. After ih wedding supper, which TTBB- scrveO, the evening was pleasrtntl spent In dancing and social game: Light refreshments were served'abou tnldnlght and Ihe happy gaihcrm broke up alter toasts were drank.t HID health -and happiness o[ th ncwlyweds. The bride and groom, are. Intending to be In their new home and jl 'clock a meeting-', lo reorganize tlie ennls club will be held in Lhe parish room. Tuesday at 3.3G confirmation lass for adults; at 4.30 confirmation lass.for nL 7.30 coiifir- lalion class for thbsn who ennnot at- end in tho aUernobn, all classes In ho pariah room; al 3.15 teacheir' meeting In the vestry. Wednesday it S p.m.. intercession service. Thurs- day at 3 p.m., women of the church sen- at tho Red Cross rooms. Satur- day ar j Al St. at S p.m., teachers' jn S_l. Augustln's sail. Wednesday'at p.m.. Junior at 7 p.m., communicants' prc- paratoVy-class; at S Illary. Friday at S p.m., intercession CONFER THE with the admiralty com mis- OFFICIALS sJoncra nl yeaterdar's war conference -_____j" I which lasted Lhe whole altevnooa. _.. The imperial war cabinet meets early London. April Rolert Dor- Iiest wcek ,0 Con5idor the reporta of deQ and Hon. J. D. Ilazen had a aod raahe final decision on several subjects. The Canadian Press. stands Lhat thfi Canadian ministers TV! arc thoroughly satisfied sults attending the both cabinet and conference. The'sewing nt the Sir Alcsantler Gulf chapter. I.O.O.E. rooms, Klk will be of apeclal Importance tomorrow DHcnioon and R large turn- out, ot members Is for. There Is sewing Tor tag day to be done" and wallets to bo j Any one wishing to engage.a table for bridge at tho card party "to bo given by- lha new chapter of the Daughters o( the Empire 'on Thurs- day evening may do BO by phoning Mrs. CottjDcaTC. Good will tc hujcie to tliclr friends by citd or thla TTCck. service; at S.30 cliblr practice. At at S .p.m., Christian- Endeavor mccl in the church. Wednesday at S p.m., prayer TueoLlng. ThiirsJay at 2.30 Ladles' Aid meet at the residence of Mrs. C. 6. Rarrow, 305 Tlh Avenue soulh. and. St. tit S o'clock, Christian Kn deavor ruontUly missionary meeting in (he church.. Tuesday at S p.m sharp, annual meeting of Westmin- ster Sunday school in Ihe parsonage Bobfol evening will be nclfl after .he business is Iran sad eil. chapter, 'O.E.S.." bo hcltl Jn tho tomorrow night al S Visiting members arc 5 fa son ic o'clock. vftcd.'' iThb coUcclIon ol waste paper, ra and for tho Sir Alexander Oalt chapter. I.O.D.E., wjll (ako place tomorrow afternoon beginning at 1.30. All those who have any of the abovo irllcles nrc asked to kindly place tticm lii a conspicuous place at tho front ot Ihe house or on the boulc- Jird. provldcd for dancing at the conclu- sion of the card gaicos. T Court ere holding an- other whlal drive and dance loioor- rovv (Tuesday) evening In nurgman'a hall. Tho" proceeds, atler oxpeniCE, will KO towards a fnnt, for sending to- bacco lo-A.O.F. jncmbors at the FronL Returned war .veterans will bo ad-" mlttcd free, P. W. and her daugh- Miss TJralrlco.-.lcIl on of last week to join Major Fane In Edmonton. They will reside on tho south side, .Mrs. Fa no has long been ono of the most popular hostesses o[ tho town, a model of sincerity, cour- tesy and and her rcmoynl from VcgrcTlllc Is a decided loss to tho town, not only In a zoclal way Ubie TKIleeh intbeCit? (I bu re bee Christian al S p.m., testimony niccllng. Al PentecoiUl Thi ay, S p. m., Special walling upon Jort for the Baptism of. Ihe Holy Gnost. A hcarly welcome to all.. At at S p. m., adult ruble class followed by .teach- ers' meeting. Thursday at p.m., he members ot the aid will be at liomc lo all the ladies of tho con- in Ihe school room; at p. choir practice. Friday he ch.olr will give a concert ;n the church. At at S p.m., prayer nicoling. Thursday al 3'p.m, Women's Mission clrclo In tho church; 3 p.m, choir practice. Al St. at S at'S annunl -meeting o[ tb( Quarterly official board of Wcalmln Jler in tno parsonage. Every mem bcr of Ihe board Is asked to bo pres- cnr Thursday ;att730, the Joy Uclls Mission circle will meet al the home ot -Mis. Oluiider; al 3 p.in. sharp, choir practice- Wednesday afternoon from 2 ID G, the Ladles' Aid of 51. Andrew's'.-A-lll meet at the home ot Mrs. 51S Sth slrcel eouth for Red, Cross sewing. Al Wee at 3 p.m., monthly .neeting of the I.afllcs1 Aid, collectors ivlll returns. All IhoaeUniting wllh the church on Ue coming Sunday nro particularly' rc- queBled: ;lb attend the Wednesday evening service. Sunday njom- Ing .the last sacramenlal servjco ol Ih'e year .will., be 'ever) member of the church la asked to -ho present. May S, the quar- terly official board will meet. Tha treasurer will hold ihc" books open for the balances of'the year until next Saturday. i Al Latter Day" a 2.30 Ihe relief society will meet a the home of Mrs. John Green, 63; street sotnhy subject, Theology ]Tne first slep'to be taken In-con traHne Mre bllghl U the remoyal (dur- Inf "ot ot Irifcctlon so tar aa possible. Twenty Million Ofariges Daily at Everybody's Price .California.has a bumper crop of Sxinkist uniformly sell in this country, not prices are not high. Small sizes'of "Sunkist are the: same quality as the larger. Ail :Siinkistare uniformly good. All homes'can afford them. Every- body can profit by eating less" meat and more oranges and their health's sake give the children oranges instead of candy. Order, today, from your grocer. All retailers now have these oranges in abundance at attractive .prices. Tlie smaller sizes are juicy, and thin-skinned.. Uniformly Good Cillfornk PrDtLCrawen Eichtncr, A. Co-trpttaliinr, Noa-Profit Qrwcrt, ;