Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, JULY I, 1010 THE LETIIBRinCE. DAILY IIEIUI.R PAGE SBVEW Housekeepers 1A70MEN who do their own work usually find it hard to keep their hands soft and white. The reason is, they use ordinary yellow soap which almost always contains free alkali and other harsh materials. As soon as they begin to use Ivory Soap, not only for bath and toilet but for fine laundry work, dishes, woodwork, windows and general cleaning, they no .longer are troubled with unsightly, smarting hands. You will find Ivory Soap no more harmful to your lender skin than pure, clear, sparkling water. FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada PHONE 1224 SUMMER- HAT IDEA BORROWED" FROM THE .SPANISH BULL KING. This creation was not seen in Spain, however, but on the fashionable par- ades or New York City. It la simply tucked satin1 :around the brim may be colored and arranged to suit -'individual tastes. What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Baync, two of the most popular stars on the screen, who are now appearing evchisively in Metro pictures, produc- ed by the .Quality Pictures Corpora- tion, will be seen here at the Em- press theatre tonight in tho five part feature picture "Pennington'a This production will be a decided treat Cor motion picture patrons, 'for neither Mr. Bushiuan nor Miss Bayne ever appeared in any previous pic- ture to better advantage. In the role of a wealthy -young New York club- man, who must prove his worth amotig the woodsmen in Northern Canada, before th'o girl of his choice will oon- to marry him, Mr. Bushman has the greatest opportunity of his car- eer. Not only does he give a faith- ful i debonair clubman, blit wonderful phy- andmarvelous strength, he ap- to a great-ad vantage in a dif- ficult role In the woods. Miss Bayne us well suited in her .part, first shown in a New York drawing room ami afterwards as "her supposed twin romping wild in the Can- adian woods. fall to see (hi in such manner the-wil At the Orpheum Friday and Saturday the great pro- duction ,of "The Spoilers" based on Rex Beach's novel, will be shown at the Orpheum This picture was shown hore some months ago, but has since greatly elaborated and furnishes many more Interesting scenes now. The picture features WH- Farnum and Kathlyn Williams In leading roles. None should see (his great picture which ii a thrilling and, vivid wild days of gold rush Much as you ;havo laughed and roared at Charlie Chaplin's pictures, you will'.bo furnished mproiSide-split-i ting comedy than ever "lu: Ms bur-! Icsqtio of Carmen, which is being fea- tured at tho Orpheum tonight. This picture has bean shown to big crowds over continent and Churl jo ap- perfrs ar hta best, in the comedy pro- duction of Geralulne" Fan-ar'a great Huccess. If you to laugh, and and laugh, sen Chaflfa in his latest atiuuefiB luiiifclit.. Dustin 'Famum is without doubt one of the greatest dramatic "actors.' 'in motion pictures; and: has never ap- peared to" better advantage tthan iu "Ben ,whicb large crowds at Starlandyesterday'and :will be the feature for the last times to- night. On Wednesday and Thursday, Charles Cherry, another famous Froh- man star will make his initial appear- ance in a splendid picturizatlon of the celebrated dramatic success, "Tho Humming-Bird." The story is one; of a neglected wife who seeks amusement 'in the- company of an unscrupulous Italian writer, Signor D'Orelli, known as the humming-bird, who seeks first-hand information of experiences and emotions of which he writei. Unfortunately his next nov- el is to concern the wrecking of a home; 'The ,pla'y IB intensely drama tic and interesting. K. N, Hlgfiibutliuni in down from Edmonton on a few days' visit. 4 Hcv. H. Fopham nnd mother loft yustin-day for Eimlaiid. -where they will i-tiHiiio in MJHS Alir-u Blrt-li has loft to spfind thu summer ai her home in Chatham. Out. Miss Jessie (jrady of Mndeod spent tho wofjk-ond in tlie the guont of Mrs. Kdwards. Mrs. Pciv-y and two small .daughters of Mediduo Hat. is visiting I Her inotlier. Mrs. (J. Ii, Cronkhite. H. Adaniti lefL yesterday to spend a vacation at Smith's Falls, Out. Mrs. Harold Long left, yesterday afternoon to spend summer months in Goiiericli, Oni. Miss .Marjorio Powell ami Mr. U-'m. Sturgus of Tiibur were wGok-end visit- ors with Air. and Mrs. Chas. Tainter. Mrs. li. Kunnoll and children loft yeiitcrday to spend (Hu summer at j Hamilton, Out. I Mr. A. H. Parsoiin of tho Bank of I Commerce; ha.s bcun transferred to I jGloichcn :uui left yesterday for that point. I Mr. J. G. Stenhotise of the Mer- chants' Bank 1ms been appointed ac- I c'oiintant. of the Camro.se branch and I left Saturday night for his new home. I Mr. and Mis. K. C. Guilbault and Mr. and Mrs. Parker rctm-ned yester- day 1'rom spending the week-end in Calgary. J. U. Higinbotham, who has been holidaying at Balfour, B. C.. for.a few days, is; now in Edmonton attending ii meeting of drugRi.si.T. Mr. A. M. Grace and son, Master Gordon, lefi today for Kdmontbn where I Mr. Grace will attend the Patriotic j Fund conference. Miss Grace Cronkhite and Mias i Isabel ('armthers uf Toronto are i visiting their aunt, .Mrs. G. II: Croiikr j hite. Mrs. F. Colpman is in Edmonton attending a Patriotic Fund conference. Sir Herbert Ames, chairman of the fund, is meeting the Alberta workers. Miss Wootton. superintendent of the Gait hospital, arrived liome this morn- ing after spending a month's holiday in the cast. i Hnrnpr's hall was the scene of an enjoyable summer dance !ast. night given in honor of Miss Irene Gar- diner, of Vancouver, who is .the guest of Miss Minnie by a number of the younger set. About twenty coiiples were present, who were chap- eroned by Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Me- Arthur and Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Allen. Supper was served at midnight after which dancing continued for an hour or more. In honor of her sister, Mrs. II. B. McKlyea, who with her husband leaves today for her new home in Mitchell, South Dakota, Mrs. M. J. Gibson en- tertained at tho tea hour yesterday afternoon. The hostess had doniied for the occasion a becoming sown of black satin and net embroidered with silver, a corsage bouquet of crimson roses and ferns completing her cos- tume. Receiving with the hostess was the guest of honor, wearing cream satin with effective black jet trim- ming. Mrs. Peter Lund invited to the tea room, where Mrs. G. H. Harmon poured tea 'and'Mrs. F. A. Stoltze cut the ices. The assistants were Mrs. "W F. Hicks, Miss- Hazel Lund, Miss Miriam Stoltze and Miss tea table wad prettily decorated "in a pink and while color scheme; a cut glass vase resting on a reflector held a bouquet of pink Enchantress car- nations and ferns; strands of smtlax were arranged from the chandelier to the table held by bows'of [pink tulle; pink candles and shades fur- ther emphasized the color scheme. BIG, VESSEL SUNK London, JUly British steam- ship tons gross, has been sunk. No Information has been re- ceived regarding the fate of the cr Uf ed for making hard and soft for aoftcnlrtj water, for clean- Ing.dislnfectlnfl and for over 600 other purposes. Last Sunday week, at Regina the pulpits of churches were filled by representatives of the Dominion convention of tho W. C. T. U. which was held there last week. Mrs. Nellie McOlung addressed a mass meeting in the afternoon at the Metropolitan church. Mrs. Gordon Wright, Dominion president, spoke at the Metropolitan church, and Mrs. Asa Gordon, super- intendent of evangelistic work for the Dominion, occupied the pulpit of West- minster Presbyterian church. Tlie of- ficers elected at the convention were: Hon. president, Mrs. Rutherford. monton, Altii.; president. Mrs. Gordon Wright. London, Oni.; vice-president, Mrs. McKinney, Claresholm. Alta.; second vice-president, Mrs. Whitman of Nova Scotia; corresponding secre- tary, Miss Walker; recording secre- tary, Mrs. (Ilev.) Drown, Ontario. A quiet and pretty wedding look place on Friday Juno' 28, at Fifth avenue church, when Miss Theltna Mae Whyte was united in marriage to Mr. John Louis Greene, both of Foremost, Alta. Rev. A. S. Tuttle, M. A. performed the marriage service. The bride looked very attractive in n.gown of white duchcssc satin with lace trimming, and carried a .'shower bouquet of roses and IHies of the val- ley. The intimate friends of the young people were present from Whit- la and Foremost. Mr. and Mrs. Greene after a short wedding trip, will reside at Hat News. to the, immense success of the Itarpiin Annex we have been compelled to give more space to accommodate the busy shoppers during'Wednesday mornings. Bargain Annex will now be held in (he old liquor section, entrance through our grocery department. Here you will find the biggest bargain prices we have ever displayed NOTE-Bargain Annex will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This Store will close every Wed. at one o'clock during July and Aug. Dry Goods Bargains that will be found in Bargain Annex 103 Doz. Fancy DRESS COAT BUTTONS, all colors. -I n Annex price.' per luv 3000 Yds. MORE EMBROIDERY EDGINGS, up lo li inches whin, secured for unne.x, up to 4Uc a yard. C Annex price per 1000 Yds. TERRY TOWELLING, brown with red border. IS Q Inches wide. Annex price, per yard .......I..........at Laces, Silks, Dress Goods, Vfash Goods and Staples, marked at prices lo quickly clear them. 200 yds. DRESS CREPE, white grounds with Mack- spots or stripes, reg. Annex price, per yard 300 Yds. RAW SILK, in natural colors and superior :I4 inches wide. Annex price per yard 500 Yards BLACK TAFFETA SILK, 111) inches AVJde, chil'l'on finish. Annex price, per yard Annex Bargains from the House Furnishing Department 6 Dozen CUPS AND SAUCERS, fine Japanese China, reg. or 15c. Bargain Annex price, 3 cups and saucers for..... 5 Dozen BLUE JAPANESE CUPS SAUCERS, very special, 2 cups and saucers for 7 Dozen Dainty CUPS SAUCERS, pretty floral designs 2 Cups and saucers for.............................. MIXING BOWLS, 10 in. in diameter, good quality, reg. .lOu. Bui'Kutii Annex, each JJAPANESE MATS, neatly stencilled designs, 27 x 54, reg. 35c, Annex price, each 6 Piece CUTLERY SETS, of fine quality steel, very useful reg. Annex price, each BUNGALOW NETS, fine quality white and ivory, 40 45 in. wide, reg. '25 and 30c. Annex price, per yard BRASS .EXTENSION RODS, for sash windows, reg. 1 special each 19c 19c 98c 19c Boys' and Men's Annex Bargains BOYS' KHAKI SHIRTS, of good English twill material, well made, in sixes 12 lo 14, reg. Annex price BOYS' KHAKI SERGE SHIRTS direct from the Scotch mills, made to wear well, sixes to 14, regular (M Annex price V i 23c MEN'S SILK LUSTRE LISLE HOSE, in greys, blacks and tans, regular 35c. Annex price MEN'S SUSPENDERS, ill fine, neat patterns, webbing brass trimmings, with leath- OQ_ er tabs, reg. f.Oc for U C Ready-to-Wear Bargains BOUDOIR CAPS, regular 2Sc, lAr Annex- price I'rC UNDERSKIRTS, colored sateen, fine qual- ity, worth ior DRESSING SAQUES, in all colors, of good (luallty crepes, reg. 51.00. Annex price.. LADIES VESTS, regular 20c, Annex' price, 2 for LADIES' COMBINATIONS, only ..LADIES' ALL-OVER APRONS, up to ijdc, for...........................-......... CHILDREN'S DRESSES and Pinafores, in -ginghams and prints, up to for WHITE JAP SILK WAISTS, reg. Annex price A Splendid Line of ROYAL WORCESTER JQ CORSETS, reg. S'i.OO. Bargain Annex Ladies' NIGHT GOWNS, reg. 75c. Annex price.......................... 69c 25c 19c 29c 38c 11.49 49c Annex Bargains in Boots Shoes Ladies' BLACK SA- TIN PUMPS, very dressy for or evening Avenr. regu- lar Annex price per pair on LADIES' TAN CALF BOOTS, in button and blucher styles. in all sizes, reg. to clear, pair. LADIES' DONGOLA BLUCH- ER OXFORDS, in blucher styles, all sizes, regular to clear. Bargain Annex, per pair v v Annex Bargains from the Grocery CREAM CUSTARD POWDER, spec-' ial, '1 tins PINEAPPLE, reg special per tin OATS, Robin Hood, 2 tubes HEALTH SALTS, doz large bar FLAKES, Krinkle 4 pktsv SOAP POWDER, per packet DAIRY STRAWBERRY AND APPLE SUGAR, 30 ibs. Sugar 13c new assortment, and Vanilla Wafers, CANNED PITTED CHERRIES, special B. O. 'S BAY CO. BANFF RECEIVES'ROYAL VISITORS ON HOLIDAY TRIP BanfTj-July is again to be honored' with a visit from the royal family, .Connaught. Their royal high- nesses arrived on Sunday morning. Two wings of the Cy P. R. hotel have been reserved- and' are redecorated for the royal party .and suite. The duke will remain in Banff.a fe.w days before proceeding to the coast, returning in time for the great: Indian review which is to take place, on. the 14th and 15th of July. has been asked of Ottawa to make the duke a chief of the'Stoney'tribe. The color and atinosnhere of the Rockies has been considered in the special decorations' of the pri- vate suites prepared for the royal party at ths Banff Springs" Hotel. The walls of the rooms are hung with na- tive mountain flowers, pressed and framed and the colors are the same sgft colors seen from the windows which look down river valley to the.'. Inriismaldi ".range or across to Cascade on one side and Sulphur mountain on the other. All in Keeping The sitting room of H. R. the duchess, la done in soft green' and rose. The carpet is the rich pines: the walls the paler green of aspens and cottohwood, and the fur- niture is covered with shadow chintz in rose and green. The bedroom is in green and old gold, and opens on a sleeping porch done ;iii ;gri3on, with n overvthe couch. The flowers on the Avails' are golden rod, Indian .paint brush, conr flowers, ar- nica in 'different, shades of purple and yellow, wild spoirca, Hudson 'Bay li- lies, tansy and everlasting. Tho carpet and walls of H.R.H.Uho duke's rooms are a woody brown and tho furniture is done in a shadow chintz ol blue and brown. The bed- ro61n Tv-tllfe pKristes'nnd in the sitting room' are wild lupin ti- ger wild .columbine, brown- eyed Susans, arnica and speirea. Princess pat's. Suite H. P.. H. .Princess Patricia will have the suite on the third floor over- looking the Bow river valley on one side and the falls and Cascade moun- tain on the other. Tho color scheme j in her sitting room is mauve and brown and in the bedroom, rose and brown. Her'walls, too, are-hung with the pressed mountaini flowers." The furniture in the private dining room is of the Jacobean period and the col- oring is brown. Tho walls are hung with old Dickens prints, and the ser- vice is green and gold Spade china. The stands and boxes for the palms are rustic. MORE TURK CLAIMS Constantinople, via London, July 3. j troops in the Tchoruk re- gion of Turkish Armenia have forced the Russians further back toward the j Black sea coast and have occupied, strong positions along a seven-mile front, it was announced today. Beatrice ALTHOUGH Canada 13 Still too young a nation, to have a litera- ture distinctively Canadian, sne is producing to-day writers of such merit as to at- tract the atten- tion of the out- side world. in poetry, particu- larly, she has be- gun to blaae her own trail, such writers as Bliss Carman and C.S. Di iloberts hav- ing won recogni- tion from all who know true inspir- a t ioii. Different from theso and yet even more thoroughly Cana- dian, for she has remained true to Montreal, is tr I ce Redpath. w h o s e r ecently published volume of "Drawn was described in T. P. O'Connor's weli-ltnbwn lit- erary review as "coming Ifke sunshine amid clouds, themselves noble and 1m- nressive." The poems of Mrs. Redpath are typical of the dlfnitj Mount Royal with its stately trees, below which the world lies spread In a mysterious beauty. No name Is better known in Montreal than that ot Red- path, but the author of "Drawn Shutters" was born to the name of Petnton, daughter of Alexander Peterson, O.K., engineer of the C.P.R. bridge built across the St. Lawronce at Lachlne in 1SS8, and Chief Engineer of C.P-R. when the Ste. Annes and Vaudredil bridges were built and the freat nttwiiy, bridge at Sault Ste. Mar In. "One the best railway engineers In the Bald the "New York Times" of her father. "One of the tniftft of Ottf wigiit well be said of Beatrice Redpnth. Clean to handle. Sold by all gists, Grocers and General Stores. At Hamilton, Out., the W. O. T. U. condemns.tho sending of so much to- bacco lo soldiers. John Bennowiess, Conservative M P.P. for N.orth. Perth, will Mk re-election.