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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH-BIUDGE DULY HERAV-D PAGKF1VB AUGUST 18, 191S HUDSON'S BAY DAILY STORE NEWS FOR THURSDAY Announcing A Special Sel- ling of Maderia Hand Em- broidered Whitewear price Predominating in our ladles' 'Road y-tq-W ear Section is a display ot tills lovely' White Maderin hand-embroidered Wh i t e- wear. Sheer dainty gar- menU, all hand embroid- ered in handsome conventional designs. This lot includes Night 6 o n s. Princess Slips, Combinations, Corset Cov. crs, Drawers, e.U-- These were exceptionally 1 o w priced at their original pricing. Ohdose from them on Thursday AT ONE HALF THEIR PRESENT MARKED PRICES. Special in Ladies' Waists An exceptional offer is made in the Ready-to-Wear Section In this collection of Ladies' Summer Blouses. They are all up-to-the-minute styles, and include a selection of dainty fabrics to choose from, including voiles, lawns, dotted Swiss and barred muslins. gft Thursday your choice at ....................'...........V Children's Hats Children's Wash Hats in Bed- ford Gords and Piques. Color- ings are white, .pink, blue and tan. All sizes in the lot. SI.00 and values 95c Children's Gowns Children's Night downs, fine English Cambrics, prettily trim- med with lace and embroidery. Sizes from 2 to S years. These represent values at 7o and S5c. Special These Specials will be on Sale for Thursday Only at The Bay When we tell you that many new lines of merchandise are reduced for Thursday's selling you will realize the importance of a shopping trip to this store Men's Motor Dust Coats These coats come in smart brown shade and arc made of durable twill fabric. They are of good length and make splendid auto dust coats but car. be used for a dozen and-one different It is the man's "handy" 51.To values for................ Excelda Handkerchiefs an OCfo 6wV Tins popular mercerized Handkerchief, for boys and men to go on sale here Thursday. Plain cen- tres with handsome colored borders. "Ex- i-elda" brand, reg. :l for Men's Hosiery In black, navy, grey, rllain and 'embroidered ef- fects. You .will find thesq Socks in. the lien's Sec- tion. Fine quality silk lisle. Just the' weight IQft for this warm spell. Per pair I wV Men's Slippers Men's Felt House Slippers, good quality, pliable leather soles. Sizes. 6 to 10. Regular 51.50. QQn Thursday pel- pair wOw Women's Boots Women's Boots, made from selected gunmetal on season's newest last; neat round toe; high heel; button styles.- Regularly ffp OQ Thursday per 'pair Women's Boots Liulifts' Hoots. made from selected patent leather, on fining, dressy laat; very smart model for drpsH wear; button style. Regular- 55.00. ff Q 7R Thursday per pair Boys' School Boots Lino or Boys' Boots, suitable for school or street wear. The stylo is neat blucher. model ot wpll feloctml leather, heavy grade. Sizes 1 ff 3J? tu Per pair Men's Elk Boots M on's Elk Boots, a soft" pliable, comfortable fit- tine line. Comes in :hoth black and Ian. Smari .blucher models. All sizes. Regular CO OG Thursday per pair Rugs at Prices You Want To Pay ODDMENTS, THAT'S THE REASON. JAP FIBRE RUGS liTxr.J, one only; regular Jl.OO..................50c IS'ixW. one only, regular 4V'x7', one only, regular one only, regular 9'xl2', one A Final Clearance of These Lovely Summer Thursday Just lii time for the hot La- docs' Parasols with lovely colored covers, 11011- ruMablo paragon IS 10 go on sale. Regular up to IS. Selling at about CO fin one-third ot their value Silk Hair Nets LadiuB1 Silk Back Hair Nets'with clastic. Comes in light, inwlium dark brown. Regular ii for 23c. Thursday 10 for.. faWti Two Specials in Towels for Thrifty Housewives special for the housewife. These tint- White Turkish Towels, all hemmed ready for quality. Size 22x1-1. Reg. CO ft And pure lluck Towels, all white. Fab- ric is fancy buck. Size IE 20x40. 50 pairs on sale. Regular 75c 50C Per pair Grocery Sale News for Thursday Phone 313 for Quality Groceries CALIFORNIA FRUITS; delic- ious Canned Fruits in heavy syrup in large size tins. Grapes. Apricots. .Cherries and Straw-benies, 2 tins for CORN STARCH 3 packages ST. GEORGE'S MILK 6 tins for 25c 50c MONK AND GLASS RASP- BERRY TRIFLE Regular 25c KHOVAH LEMONADE POW- Per tin APPLES; just opened up. Good lines for cooking and eating; li tbs for.. An English Velvet Mat for 95c Imported English Velvet Rugs in blues, fawns, greens and mixed designs. Good quality. Size 18x30. .lust IS to go on sale. Sale A97-piece English Dinner Set This Dinner .Set.consists of 97 pieces, is a neat green and_tan floral effect. Best quality English semi-porcelain. Well ffQ QC CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acedia Block Brand New Merchandise Very Low In Price Qualities in instance right up to the high sraud- sifi ol all goods that gain admisbiou to this itoie. TELEPHONE 606 POPLIN GALATEAS And striped .MesEelaino, good wide, colors putty, sand, Ru? sian Belgian, black unite bronn, etc plain colors and stripes, strong and durable, fast Special 91 STRIPED SERGES Two full" pieces at the Prices 20 COw 4H% CORSET SALE price, pure .-wool navy and Copenhagen with white stript Eiuti 3jjKi.itti f Net and fjf IwS fine.- Goutili" sizes up iS SJl 28 splendid fit- GB VIYELLA FLANNEL Same' as last year but larger m assortments, plain and stj-ies; special Tn r: 95c in navy, Copenhagen, khaki, every, line led aky, pink, "hello, CRft grpv, Special value Goods, BLANKETS, Extra special value, white or grey, size CANTON Glpves evtra heavy weight 7fll Splendid weight, fine valuo 1 I w soft, white or unbleached, 27 itewear, 29 inches wide jj ft Special value 15c and and Voile BLANKETS Nice weight White Flannelette, very MEADOW BLEACH and soft regulai crib size At the old price, widths 36, per iiair OWC and a-t -the best' for are going FLANNELETTE broidery and drawn work. are .still well specially purchased lot, 32 inches ial value OC 00 and 91 and values firm and strong 4 Special 1 fc 2 V MOREEN Ixnelv fine soft quality ever, vhown OLOTH nide[ colors black, children's wear; neat pattern'.dog's and maroon coloib pink sky and tan 27 inches Special value CUC Special valise TO KEEP SKIN WHITE, I VELVETY, WRINKLE.FHEE J C M says 1 perspire so races tely that powder makes my face tnese days and Breams make greasy and Bhiny. can I 'ei' Try the plan recommended to elen. f, p] Ii ivrites Sly skin seems so {.V and Writ oae and wrinkly m hot iiat Mill help It'1 Use a Hash lo m made hy dissolving 1 or ponder 1 saiohtc in Vi pt witch hazel This 'immediately effeuive in anj or nahh> condition Use once a y foi and results will sur ise you. Helen A simple nay to keep >our In soft and white is to ap f ordinary mercoliZPd wai before tiring washing it off in the morn i This the face free from E particles ot JlMeis cuticle which natintly appear The wat ahsorhs nt particles BO the fresher, healthier skin ii al In view An nuncp of mercol >d wax may be had at small cost at y diug store tJse like cold cream 8a.Hl1 in WOUIBUS People's Forum WHERE ARE THE BRITISH AUTHORITIES IN LF.THBFIIDGE? To the Editor-of-The Herald: are in your city who come from the and certain paits of Canada irtiq ijill neither fight for the U S or the if call ed upon Theli onlj proposition is to take a mean advantage of a man who declares himself as a subject of Oeorge V The undersigned would suggest to the British authorities in Lelhbridge to take Immediate steps so that the abovo men or.monkess should be either.najurallied or'1 alien- ized. Yours, etc., OBOjtOE MERCER WIDOW OF BATH MURDERER MAN London Aug interest surrounded the narrlage at Christ Church, the real'.wldow of George Smith, the brides in bath' murderer, wao'paW the (Jtatb penalty two days ago for the murder of Miss. Lundy Smith married his first wife; Caro- line Thorn'hill, in the name of Love. Shortly after he deserted his 17-year- old bride, who !emigrated, to; Canada where she met her present husband. The bridegroom Thomas John Davies of New Westminster, B.C., and now- of the Royal Engineers. Among those present -at" the cere- monv was the bridegroom's father, George D ivies who had especiallv from the west Misses Dorothv and Marion Mnrrs left vcstcrday on a month's trip to Calgary and Camrose. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kress have re- turned from a two weeks' holiday to .the coasl v tnung Lethbridgc people sojourn- ing at the Lakes at present Mr and M S Vrthur and ill. and Mrs. E. Ainsworth. Mrs. H. J. Carruthcrs, accompan- ied hv her son Bruce, of Sarnia, Out., is her sister, Mrs. R. A. Wright. Miss Josic Tome, of who i ..s.tins >-c Mrs 11 f Ives, at IMnchcr Creek, has hcen spending a few days with Mrs. Henderson. ,Mr. and Mrs. Hcrt Porster of Medi- cine Hat, motored to the city and spent the with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. J. B'orster..'. Mrs. Forster accompanied tliem to'the Hat and will spend a iew dais there .The Women's Missionary Society of Wesley church will meet on Thursday afternoon, at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Braridow, Tenth St. IS All members of the same are utg- lenth requested-to lie present The Dominion liebetah :Lodge are holding an ice cream social at the home of Mrs R B Molden, 1J62 Fifth avenue North. All .Oddfellows and Hebckahs are cordially invited. Clapcl, Citf road, Lon- don iCng on JiiH 19, the maruage took place of MIES Margaret Cliza- beth (Dessic) eldest daughter ol the lare Kei Dr Potts and Mrs Pottb, loionto. to Mr V W McNieH bar- rister St. Newfoundland. the 24th, commencing, at S o'clock. It'is iioped that all members and j friends of the church make a spe- cial effort to be there. Mrs. Holhrook, of B.C., was a visitor in city yesterday, en home" from a business trip to the Cardston district She left this morning for ISlko, accompanied by Jliss Elhel Jones, who will spend a camile of weeks at tha popular moun- tain resort, as the.guest of Mrs. Hoi- brook. Toronto has had many a "war wed- ding" this jear But noi.e ot them has been so unique as that celebrated in St. Simon's church) last week, when the khaki-clad groom, his best ;_jii, and ushers, were all "Queen's Own" comrades, who had seen active j service in France, and were on short leave before returning 'to. the front. I The bride was Miss Ethel Challoner Suckling, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Challoner Suckling, and the groom was, Lieut Halter Nich- olls, son of Lieut.-Col. Frederic Nich- olls. ,c oriuniincpil in take place quietly in September of Hon. William I'ugslex, formerh minister of public works in the late Liberal gov- ernment, and Miss-Gertrude Macdon- ahl. daughtei- of the late Rev. Geo. W. Macdoiiald, of New Brunswick. The wedding will probably ,be held in j Boston, where the bride-elect's rela- I tnes reside Miss Macdonald has been private, ftxrctaii to Hon Mr Pugslej for several vears and has been most ef- ficient. Her work during the period thai Mr w minister of public works was commented upon bv parliament officials of the government. A marriage- ot -interest- to many people of the west took place in Vic- toria recently, the- bride being Mrs. Elizabeth J. Bavin, of Hcgina, wi- dow of the Nicholas Flood Da- vin and the bridegroom, Mr. P. II. Cunningham, 01 New Westminster, chief inspector of .fisheries for the province of British Columbia. The Rev. B. CT. Taylor, of Nanaimo, per- formed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Suell, cif Miles City, Montana. Mr. J. McHugh, ol Sen Westminster, acted as giooms- man Mr and Mrs Cunningham will spend a few da.vs in Victoria, return- ing sulnequenth to Westnuns tcr, the othcial headquarters of Mi Cunningham. In fet Peters Church, Sherbiopkc, on Vugi'St -i Hie marriage took place of Helen Lluaheth, oldest daughter of H D Lawrence, to 'the Channel C. Hepburn, M A son of the Jis Hepburn of Slanstead, and tor many years rector of Rich- mond. The engagement-of' Corporal Hath- cw iv formtrlj manager ot one of the branches of the Bank of British North lmern.1 in to Miss Constance bnnth, ,i Red Cross nurse, is-'announced. Miss Smith nursed Corp llitlwwny was wounded at the. front. f The monthU mrrting ol the andpr Gilt Chaplel, 1 O D will he held tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'cloe1 in the Y M C A. liven ineher is urgent! requested to .it- tend 1 he executive will meet at 3 o'clock of the ladies of St. Mary's church are holding ti whist in tilt parish iicxt-Tucsdaj cvinmg A beautiful complexion to Iniure The regular use of lifebuoy Soap insures a healthy, clean glow- ing skin. And because ii ia healthy, your com- plexion will be clear and velvet like. The mild carbolic odor van- iihes after use, leaving a sense of utter'cleanliness. tlbxnhl ILIFEBUOYI HEAUTHr SDAP On luesdjj, VUR 10, at lo a m the marriage was solemnized at Zion Methodist Napinka, oi Man- Etta, oldest daughter-'Oi. Mrs. Margaret Bodlun, Napmki to Mr Charles Arthur Freeman, oi .Maclcmi, Alberta. Rev. G. T, Honnor .officiat- ing The hricle entered on the arm of her hrother, Mr Frank ft Bodkin, to ihc strains of the wedding march, jed the organist, Mr. Button Mr A W Hodkm, a younger orother of the hride, acted as groomsman The church prottilj decor-rail the a1 tar being hanked with ferns and The hndc a. nan blue tr-nelling suit and smart sailor hat oi black ichet and 'patent leather, with white ostrich mount The coat opened over a .white, crepc-dc-chine blouse. special fiom liairie, 11, sais wedding, to whlcn much war romance attaches, took place at halt past three this jiternoon in the Burton Avenue llelhodist church The principals weie Prol Elmer Luck, M A 01 Edmonton, and Misi Mar) Flint, daughter of Mr and Mrs George 11 Flint of Montreal The sroom, who formerly In eel in Simcoc counti, had just completed thrtc at Leipzig L'nuorsit) when the war broke out He was in- terned and the first Canadian prison cr to he exchanged The bride also was a student in German! at Leip- 7ig C onsenaton, together with-her sister, Misi Gladys Thm and their mother escaped kom Germany alter manv unpleasant Mr Win Flint, hrother oi the bride, is a pusoncr in the hands of Huns. f near Tranbrook, was the scene of a fleddmg on Aug 4th, when Miis Elsie Ailcen of Mojic, and Mr 0 II Brooks, ofj Baincs Lake were united in the hoi! bonds oi wpdlpck by the Rev served Mr. anil Mrs. Brooks left1 on the afternoon train for Baynes Lake.i where they will be at home after August 18th. A number ol useful and- vcrv appreciative presents were re- ceived by the young couple, including a number ol substantial cheques. A large number ot presents were tcceiv cd from Jamaica JIATHEWS-SHIIGKANT The wedding was quietly; soleroniz-; ed today, in Victoria Mansions, by Rev." Ross, of Miss Sophia Sergeant, of Warner, and Private Richard Mathtws, oi the aCth Regi- ment, Sarcee Camp. FINDS OFFJCIAL GUILTY OF BREACH OF FAITH Calgary, Alia., Aug. pres- ent' form of civic administration was criticized by Justice' Simmons .wheu he handed down tonight kis.repart.ill the judicial investigation into charg- es 'md against Superintendent Mo- Caulav of the municipal stteet rail- way by Aid. Frost, The Judge found that the .superin- tendent had. been guilty of ureachas of faith and discriminated againatsnl- p'.oj ees, hut threw out charges oC incompetence. _______ _ !N ALL OUR There Hardly A Woman Who Does Not Relr Upon E. Piukham'3 Veg- ettble Compound. Princeton, "I had inflammation, hard headaches in the back of my Becic and a weaknoM all by femala trouble, and I took Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Com- pouiid with ndi I recommend Componndand mJM it to all. IihaJlba clad to have yon publish my litter. There ii scarcely a neighbor around m who doea not use your ton, Illtaon. Experience of j Lydia I-Piiilt- the gif to! dnntal and Mrs, Holies- Life ton, of London, England She earned command the Ompinnlto a shower bomitiet of white robes and tiento if 1 know their eoadttbn in carnations, and wore a wristlet time. I will gladly do all leutoMp 4 uatch, the gift of the groomsman. oUwntoknowof thia (fact The bride presented a picture o( girl-! _Hn. HOKAC1 Pllanil, Har. ish iodines'! m hndal gown j klnwr Co., N. Y bridesmaids, and wore ing dreises of pinl (lowered voile, man. After a I ;