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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY, JUNE 1, 1016 TIIR LKTHBH1DGI5 DAILY IIRRALIV PAfiF, SEVEN JT is true that Ivory Soap is used for laun- dry purposes. But the kind of laundry purposes for which it is is just another proof of its excel- lence for your bath and toilet. For Ivory washes safely the, exquisite linens and laces, the gossamer-like silks? the delicately colored materials that you would not dare risk to the average toilet soap. In other words mildest, purest and toilet that can buy, IVORY best Ivory Soap scan for What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Sons of Satan, the Red Feather feature will be shown at the Empress iigain toiiigiii. This attracted large crowds last night. Charlie ChapHu will also appear. Friday and Saturday. TangleA Hearts, a Bluebird feature, will be be one of the, finest English films ever shown in this country. In addition to this great Jive-reel picture, another of the famous Paramount Travel plc- will be shown, and Miss Siiuin and Mr. Fleming will sing a duet. At the Majestic The real tonic for the "tired busi- ness man" is the delightfully droll musical comedy, "Nobody which John P. Slocum will present at the Majestic theatre on Saturday next, June 3rd. Only one perform- plenty of heart interest, and Tuesday the first of the great Metro pictures, from the new company of all-star productions, will he shown. This will feature Gail Kane in "Her Great Match." a plcturization of the famous play by Clyde Fitch. shown. This is a society drama with niicfr will bo given, that.being ou Sat- tst On unlay night; The original great east- PHONE 1224 At Star-land A splendid picture, wonderfully staged, is "The Tongues of turing tlin famous London dramatic star. Constance Collier, which was the feature Jit Starland last night and Will be shown again for the laat times tonight. Rarely, has a picture been shown in the city ao replete .with splendid nqiing and womierrul scenic effects. A.treat, is in store fur those fortunate enough to witness the play tonight. Friday and Saturday, the feature will be "The Beggar Girl's a story of love and intrigue in old London, taken in the familiar scenes of the great city. Thin is conceded to ern cast and production will be seen here, exactly as .'presented elsewhere, and the management of the Majesu-j are making the statement that "No- body Home" will prove to be the best attraction ever seen locally- All seats are now selling at Hedleys. B. E. Lang's Famous Bostonians Opera company will visit the Majes- tic for one uight only, next Tuesday, June 6th, in their latest tuneful musi- cal comedy success, "The Girl in the a brand new production. In j this offering everything is new except the same cast of old favorites who make up the acting personnel of the company. The memorable concerto in E minor of Mendelssohn will be one of the numbers given upon the program on next Thursday evening, June Stb, at tho Majestic, by the wonderful Danish violinist. Axel Skovgaard, who will New in a with Skovgaard are a number of inter- nationally famous artists. The nest dramatic attraction to play the Majestic will be a sumptuous production of AVillard Mack's great nlay, "Kick which comes to Leth- bridge on Friday, June 9th. Vaudeville at Orpheum The vaudeville which pleased big crowds last night, will be repeated well, again tonight. The bill is fully .equal .neat .little speech. to the standard of the previous 'Mils'. dainty supper was served by the corn- shown at the Ornheum. The Avonda Unities, Mr. and Mrs. Mockford, Mr. Duo, whirlwind xylophonists are won- derful. Dayton and McGee in a com- edy and singing skit are splendid. Bandy and Fields eccentric dancers, have some new dances that are very pleasing. The Stadium trio are thril- lers with their aerial and 'Roman ring act. There are also some good pictures. Miss McLeuy. of LelhbriilKO, is in the city visiting hoi1 Kim IT. Mrs. W. 13. IltH Xuws. "Air. and Airs. S. 10. Slipper of Otta- wa have arrived in tho ciiy and have taken apartments in Hit.- Dominion block. A. (J, Baalim and her mother, Mrs. Holman, have juined Mr. Uaalini hero and have taken up (heir resi- dences at llil 6th Avomic South. Mrs. Frank Clinc of Great Falls, ivho'lfj.a former resident of, is in the city the guest of Mrs. Fred Kenny, 12th Street South. Mrs. Hugh Donnaii and children left yesterday afternoon for Carman- guy, where they will visit, with rela- tives before going to Calgary to spend the summer. Mr. Douglas Sbippolioiliatn lian pone1 to Vancouver to spend a three months' holiday with his aunt. Mr; expects to have his niuiher join him shortly. The regular monthly meeting of the women's brunch of the Red Cross so- ciety will be held tomorrow at1 three o'clock ut the ited Cross rooms. All members are urgently requested to be present as some very important items in connection with the work must be dealt with, one of. which is the en- largement of the working committee. At a-meeting held in St. Augustin's hall last night, arrangements were made for the coming Women's Auxil- iary convention which will be held here next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. There will be at least seventy delegates in attendance. The roc-tin- tion that was to have been held on Wednesday evening at St. Augustin's rectory will be held at the home (if Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpman, owing to the .rectory being quarantined for measles. Each day a luncheon will be served to the delegates in Knox Sunday school. On Wednesday St. Augustin's A, will be in charge; Thursday, St. Cyprian's AV. A., and Friday, St. Mary's W, A. On Tuesday evening a social even- ing was held by the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America in St. Mary's hall, with a large attendance of members. The program was com- posed of songs by Mrs. H. Sergeant, Messrs. Glanville, Ford, Whitman, Stockwell, Mockfprd, Renard. Ser- geant, Henderson, White and others. Miss Vera Glanville and Mrs. Hum phrey presided at the piano. Mr. R. Holmes gave a. violin selection. A pleasing feature ot' the evening jvas the presentation of a. clock to Mr. R. Holmes on the occasion of his ap- proaching marriage, by Mr. Stock- Mr. Holmes responded with a At midnight ISSUE WRIT FOR B. C. ELECTION appear in company with the York Metropolitan company, classical concert. Associated Victoria, June lowing prorogation of the house Wednesday evening a minute-. in-council was signed .dissqlv- iiig parliament and.rim Ihs APPLES, good cooking ONIONS, cooking 4 Ibs BANANAS, special pur doz.......... LEMONS, special per doz.......... 1 Ib. jars BRAM3LE JELLY, special LLY, reg. 07 I Jars L I C GRAPEFRUIT, special large size. 2 for...... TOMATOES, per Ib.............-. TOMATOES, hothouse per Ib............... ASPARAGUS, fresll 2 Ibs............... ORANGES, per 25c, 33c LETTUCE, GREEN ONIONS, CELERY i CUKES. 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 20c 30c 35c 40c r Spring and Summer Event Continues Fi .During- this great event you IIMY highes't quality fabrics at a VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINEN LAWNS, PERSIAN LAWNS, are attractively for this event, per yd. 15c, 20c Goods Selling riday and Saturday 'nn" .'opportunity (o purchase fi'iir.lion of their ix-al value. FANCY MERCERIZED VESTINGS, with wide stripes' in sky, helio juiri black, 30 in. DAINTY CREPES, in handsome floral designs especially adapted for dresses and kimonas, 29 inches to 36 inches, priced af per yard 15c to CLAD GALATEAS, in neat hair line and medium stripes, popular lines for 1 r the children, 2S in. wide, at per yard IOC HEAVY JAP CREPE, for dresses, in plain colors, also in rich chenee patterns, '11 in. wide, warranted unshrinkable, price per yard CLOTH, in plain colors, stripes and checks. A' high grade Galatea for children's wear, 30 inches wide, 9C_ priced at per yard MERCERIZED SHANTUNG LINEN SUITING, 27 in. wide, in cream, sage, dark greens, tail and brown, splendid values at per yard 35c, 40c IMPERIAL CAMBRIC, to light and dark colors, warranted fast colors, 32 ji inches wide, price per yard IOC SEALED MADAPOLAM, guaranteed thoroughly shrunk and free from dressing, fine 1 C _ quality, 40 in. wide, price per yard 1 NEWFANCY DRESS MATERIALS are the seed voiles in plain white, also white 'grounds with floral design, prices JC-per yard 20c, 25c, 36c 'IJC WHITE AND COLORED P. K., 38 in. wide, all permanent dyes and thoroughly shrunk, that are newest and much sought priced from per yard, 4Qc to SCOTCH GINGHAMS, in plain colors, stripes, checks and fancy OC .plaids, .32 inches wide, per yard GINGHAMS, light and dark colors, plaids and checks, 27 inches wide, 1 C price per yard IOC .-MERCERIZED CREPE, in white, sky, olive, green' and pink, 42 in. wide, beautiful quality, per yard only 00 PLAIN BASKET WOVEN VESTINGS, 27 in. wide in the newest colors of flesh, or olive and maize, for, per yard COLORED SILK FINISHED CREPES, 3S in. wide, in sky. navys, helio, op tan or black, per yd. 57c to v Wine Special for Friday and Saturday 1 GALLON OF FINE OLD POET SPECIAL GAK JUG AND STAMPS EXTRA PHONE to them on the second Wednesday of each month. Those lectures will be open to the public at a nominal fee. After the conclusion of tho business the club adjourned to meet again the last Wednesday of September. In the presence of a number of friends. Miss Bessie Kerr became the wife of Mr. Joseph Thompson of Tula- rneen, B. C. The ceremony was per- formed by Hev. Wm. McNtcol at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kerr, 631 13th St. North, last night.' The bride's brother, Mr. W. Kerr, and sister, Miss H. Kerr, wore the witnesses. The bride and groom left immediately for their icme in Tulameen, R. C. Capt. William Stoacy, who has com- manded "C" Battery H.C.H.A., is suc- ceeding Capt. KIngwood.aB gunner in- 8truof6r'ibf-; tile' Royal' School' of''Ar- tillery. J. M. AIMN TO T It is understood that J. M. Aitkon, for several years manager of the Roy-, al Bank in Lethbridge, but recently transferred to Toronto, will go on ac- tive service witlt an eastern battalion as paymaster. -It has long been Mr. desire to join the overseas forces in some capacity, and he has now been attached to unit. Mr; Aitkeii was iri the. eltjr for a (few days recently, still 'having interests here. Ho is a brother of 31r Max Alt- ken, otllciftl ian forces at the front and ii brother also.of Major-.AUken, command of a the 'afihy service corps. Twins for U. F. A. Secretary Calgary News P. Woodbridge, the secretary of the United Farmers of Alberta, is weal ing one of those irradicable smiles. The reason is twins. They arrived Sunday night at his home, 126 24th; Avenue boy and a mother and children are doing splen- didly. LETHBRIDGE ASTONISHED BY SIMPLE Lethbridge people are MIXTURE astonished at the INSTANT action of simple, buckthorn bark, glycerins, etc., as mixed in. Adler-i-ka. ONE TEA' SPOONFUL removes such surprising foul matter It relieves alunst ANY CASK constipation, sour stomach or gas. Because Adler 1 ka acts ou BOT.HJ lower and upper bowel, few rtnses often relieve or prevent appendicitis; A short treatment helps chronic ach trouble J D. Hiflnbotham Co Limited, Drajgiats, s vertlsement. ;