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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .RINK 2, THE LKTimniDGE DAILY TfKRALD PACK NINE Attractively Priced at Kerr's Grocery Oranges, Valencias, per dm, 35c and 4Qc Lemons; large size, per duz. 25c Apples, WInesapa, 4 Ibs. for 25c Strawberries, large baskets, eacl1 25c Grape Fruit .Florida, 3 for 25c Hot House Tomatoes, local per pound.............. 25c Cranberries, per Ib....... 20c Asparagus, home grown, per Ib.................. 20c Head Lettuce, 3 for 25c New Potatoes, each 10c New Carrots. 3 Ibs........25c New Beett, 3 Ibs. for .-.....25c New Cabbage, 4 Ibs. for 25c 20c and 25c Celery, 2 Ibs. for 25c Lemon Juice, Rose's, per bottle 26c Grape Juice, Welch's, 10c, 25c, 50c and 85c Evaporated Logan Berries, one. Ib. package is equal to 5 Ibs. of fresh berries 20c Norwegian Fish Balls in Pish Bouillon............ 20c Cuban Pineapples, large size each 25c Pickles in bulk, Chow-Chow and Sweet Mixed, per pint 20c Pettijohn's Breakfast Food per package 15c Quaker Oats, large package two' for................ 45c Fritz Jam, Strawberry, Rasp- berry, and Black Currant, per pail 75c Orange Marmalade, Wethey's pure, 4 Ib. pail, special 70c Tea, so exquisite in flavor that Kerr's Special Tea is 'enjoying a constant circle of discrim- inating users, at old price 40c Coffee, "Our fresh grouud, 3 Ibs. for Coffee, Mocha and Java, per Ib.................. 50C 15c 35c 70c LemonH, largo size, per 2c Tomato Soup, SmdciJB large tins, on sale at Catsup, Blue Label, per bottle St. George's White Bait, per tin Van Camp's Devilled Tuna Fish, two for 35c Puffed Wheat, two packages 25c Puffed Rice, per package 14c Shredded Wheat Biscuits, two for 25c Honey, pure extracted, pint sealer 50c Dill per duz 20c Peaches, clioice evaporated per Ib 11c Prunes, fancy large size, two Ibs. !or 25c Corn, Peas and Beans, 2 for 25c Peaches, No. 1 cans, oach 15e O'Cedar Mops, each 7Sc Aluminum Wash Boards, Ca. 50c Glass Wash Boards, each 50c Wire Clothes Lines, 50 ft. 25c R. C. and G. W. Soap, two packages for 45c Sunlight 11 cakes 50c Ammonia Powder, on sale this week for 10c Toilet Soap, 8 cakes for 25c Hominy, Van Camp's large tins Clams, per tin Sardines, Holbropk's, onch 15c Fancy French 20c French Peas, per Hn 20c French Beans, per. tin 15c Quick Puddings, Chocolate, Custard and Tapioca, 2 packages for 25c lold Standard Icing Powders Maple Cream Flavor, on sale three packages for 25c Olives, sandwich and cslad extra f inn _ _ s 30c pitted, each ____ 30c Lawn Grass Seed, per Ib. ?-5c and Sweet Mixed, per plna 20C Fish Bouilon 20c 15c 15c Geo, Kerr Co. PHONE 1463. 313 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1234 Great Reduction Sal FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE Miss Tilriey will sell, all lier trimmed hats at half one-third off' bal- ance of stock. Gome early ii.jicl secure bargains. Beginning Thursday morning, June 1st MISS TILNEY Mr. J. B, McKay left this afternoon to apcud.thn week-end in Grin urn. Mrs. A. M. Hicks' returned yester- day from an extended visit to Toronto. Tho many friends of "Miss Marian MtiCambly will be sorry to hear that 'ie in 111 with pneumonia. t The British lied Cross picnic, which was to have been held tomor- row at Brocket, has been postponed until it later date. Mrs. T. Qulim oi' Ottawa, who has jfion visiting at the home of her son, Mr. Tlios. Quinii, Gtli Avenue, left yes- terday for Fort William, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Gillls I for a month before proceeding to her homo. Lieut. Arnold-Taylor of 131st; battalion and Mrs. Taylor have re- turned from Banff, where they spent their honeymoon, and are staying at the Pailiser. Mrs. Taylor, before her marriage took place last Saturday, was Miss Bessie Pattcson, formerly of. Lethbridge, but latterly of Red Deer. Albertan. At the special meeting of the Alex- ander Gait chapter, I.O.D.B., held yes- terday afternoon, the important re- port on ways and means of raising money was heard. The chapter is in great need of funds in order to carry on their wdrk and it was decided that a Dime Day would be held on June 22nd, Queen Alexandra's birthday. Several schemes were discussed and one that may be acted upon later ie the editing of a special edition of the Lethbrlilge Herald by the chapter. On May 15th the marriage took of Miss Claire M. Leary. daugh- ter of Mrs. B. Leary of Bow Island, and Mr. Clyde H. Speer, son of Mr. 13. M. Speer, ex-Lieut.-Governor ol Texas, of Mullen, Nebraska. The cere- mony was performed by Rev. Father Gibbons at St. James Cathedral, Se: ittle. Mr. and Mrs. Speer will spend .heir honeymoon in California, an-1 will visit the groom's parents at Mill- Neb. At the home of the bride's parents, Sundial, Alta., the wedding took place at noon or" Iva Viola, daugh- .er of Mr. and Mra. M. D, Mills, to Mr. .John Charles Dixoii, locomotive :iigiheer of Lethbridge. Rev. A, H. Denoon performed the ceremony in he presence of the immediate friends nd it was witnessed by a brother of he groom, who is a member of the 3. C. university: battalion. The wed- ling march was played by Miss Flor- ence Dixon, the groom's sister. After wedding dinner the bridal party motored to Lethbridge, where they took the train for British where the honeymoon will be spent On their return to Lethbridge they will live at 335 7th Street South. At the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, the wedding of Bessie Stafford, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kerr, to Mr. Joseph Thompson of Tulameen, B. C., took place. The bride wore a becoming dress of white satin de chine with veil and orange blossoms, her bouquet was composer] of roses and carnations. Mr. Kerr gave his daughter away and Miss H. M. Kerr, in blue flowered voile, was her sister's bridesmaid. The groom was support- ed by Mr. Wm. Kerr, brother of the bride. A unique feature of the wed- ding was the fact that 27- years ago on the same date the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kcrr, were mar-" ried here in Lethbridge, where they, have resided ever since. Mr. and Thompson have left for their home in Tulameen! 817. 3RD AVEii' SOUTH, f .LETHBfUDGE Victoria, B. C.f June Brew- ster, Liberal leader, has issued a writ against Premier Bowser, claiming that the Pacific Great Eastern loan bill Is Invalid, because parliament expired March 16. The writ, demands the restitution of of Pacific Great Eastern money. The action, if .successful, will can- cel practically all the legislation en- acted by the British .Columbia parlia- ment at the session which concluded yesterday. One of the 'acts which would go by th'e.board is the prohibi- tion act. Mr. Brewster's writ la aim- ed at the loan act, under which it is rlesigiied to loan the Pacific Great Eastern He alleges that the.payment of a large portion of.the paid to the Pacific Great Eastern under the guaranteed bonds was a breach .of trust, and that Premier Bowser be hold liable to repay all monies which may be found to have been "Silver Gloss" Canada's finest Laundry Starch Three Canadian housewives used "Silver Gloss" for at! their home laundry work. They Ihit "Silver Gloss" always gives the best results. At your grocer's. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED Cirtflntl, FMlffiillM. ffdteM "Cram Brnnif' ami "l-ilii WMU" Ccrn Syrups, anil Rrnton'f Cum StarcA, 234 wrongfully paid out of the special account by the breach of trust. When Parliament Expired He claims that the late parliament expired on or before March 16, and sets out that the loan bill was passed subsequently to that date, and claims that K is therefore not legally passed. Mr. Brewster alleges that the pay- ment of' before the com- pletion of the railway cause of the government's, paying, interest on the P. G; E.'.lwnds last January, and asks, "to: have" 'the attor- ney-general held liable to', repay this sum to the province' also. Mr. Brewster claims that Mr. Bow- ser, as attorney-general of the-pro- nce, as some times minister of Inance, sometimes premier, and as .lie attesting witness to the agreement jetween the province and the Pacific Great Eastern, was the responsible of- ficial for the alleged wrongful acts. Collusion With P. G; E. Co. Another portion of the writ alleges .hat Mr. Bowser was in collusion with .he incorporators of the Great Eastern company, authorized ake without payment the entire al stock of the' company, to the loss, njury and damage of his majesty In of the province of British Co- umbfa. Mr. Brewstor asks for an account- ng of all monies paid Into and out f the special account established in he name of the minister of finance ntder the Pacific Great Eastern aureo- nent, and asks for a restitution of he share capital of the company. The grounds set out in the 'writ for hese claims are the same as those et out on the floor of the house when Ir. Brewster moved for u roynl com- mission to investigate the, alleged reach of trust in the payment out of ie money raised, on guaranteed bonds etore the completion of the road. Mr. Jowaer at that time answered the barges of Mr. Brewster. Every Department Brimming with News of SATURDAY BARGAINS Saturday Will Be a Banner Day in our Ladies Ready-to-Wear Department Final Clearance of New Spring Suits and Coats at Half Price LADIES' NEW SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS included in this are the New York models in silk, serges, gaberdines and broadcloths, a variety of to select from in a big range of colors in navys, black, greys, 'browns, etc., all this Regular prices to For iSaturdciv nil are marked 1o clear at price. LADIES' CLOTH COATS, the balance ul! our Spring Coats 10 be cleaned out at hall' regular prices. Saturday Specials from the Home Furnishing Department Rugs and Linoleums TAPESTRY RUGS, in handsome and floral and oriental designs Size 2J4 x 3 yards. Price............. Size 3 x 3 yards. Price.............. Size 3 x yards. Price............ Size 3x4 yards. Price.............. BRUSSELS RUGS, splendid quality, suitable for dining aucl living rooms in tan and brown shade. f> feet 0 in. x feet. Price............ feet x 9 feet. Price............... i) feet x 10 feet in. Price.......... 9 feet x 12 feet. Price.............. HEAVY PRINTED SCOTCH LINOLEUMS, in a tine range of patterns in floral, oriental matting and tiie design, 2 yards wide. Special per square yard..............69c Special, per lineal yard............. COMBINATION KITCHEN SET Consisting of t> pieces of hand made cutlery, every one necessity, 3G only of these sets put up in neat box very special per set household on tp 1 O 1 DOZ. HANDSOME MAHOGANY WAL- NUT TKAYS Double handle useful size, very special each Tho famous Red Wing quality in sizes, special 'per "gallon Lid to fit same each CROCKS! CROCKS! 1, 1, 3, -1, 5 and G gallon 24c A-Chicken Supper Will be served Saturday night from 6 to 7.30 Price 35c: Saturday is the Final Day of Our Great Wash Goods Selling Event Many new added lines will he marked down for this day's FANCY MERCERIZED VESTINGS, with wide VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINEN LAWNS, PERSIAN LAWNS, are attractively priced for this event', per yd. 15c, 20c DAINTY CREPES, in handsome especially adapted for dresses and kimonaa, 29 inches to 36 inches, priced at per.yard 15c to HEAVY JAP CREPE, for dresses, ill plain colors, also in rich chenee patterns, 27 in. wide, warranted unshrinkable, price per yard MERCERIZED SHANTUNG LINEN SUITING, 27 in. wide, in cream, sage, dark greens, tan and brown, splendid values at per yard................ 35c, 40c SEALED MADAFOLAM, guaranteed thorough-, ly shrunk and free from dressing, fine quality, 40 in. wide, price per yard IOC stripes In sky, helio and black, 30 in. OC-, wide, priced at per yard OtJC STEEL CLAD GALATEAS, in neat hair line and medium stripes, popular lines for -I C _ the children, 29 in. wide, at per yard IOC' KINDERGARTEN CLOTH, in plain colors, stripes and checks. A high grade Galatea .for children's wear, 30 inches priced at per yard HOYLE'S IMPERIAL CAMBRIC, In light and dark colors, warranted fast colors, 32 Inches wide, price per yard "I'D- IOC POPULAR NEW FANCY DRESS MATERIALS the, seed voiles in plain white, also white grounds with floral design; prices t ff per yard 20c, 25c, 35c Specials for Sat'day from our Men's Wear Section MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR, 2 piece style, made from a strong mercerized cotton, all sizes, reg. 51.00, per DlfC 'MEN'S SUITS, smart styles, neat pin stripes, all sizes to choose from, regular <6Q Q C Saturday MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, French cuffs, pin stripes, sizes 14 to -I reg. BOYS' HEAVY SCHOOL PANTS, in worsteds and tweeds, siz- J A cs to 33, special Bool and Shoe Depi Offers Savings for Saturday Extra Special for Sat Wine Dept. 1 GALL03V OF FINE OLD PORT SPECIAL PER GAL. JUG AND STAMPS EXTRA PHONE 613 .MEN'S TAN BOOTS, in bliicher and button styles, very stylish and dressy, fine quality-calf leather, all sizes, reg. Saturday MEN'S HEAVY BLACK PROSPEC- TOR'S BOOTS, U in., leg. very strong and .durable working, sfa'oe, all sizes, regular LADIES' OXFORDS, in black and tan, blucher and button styles, reg. for MEN'S K BOOTS, in black and tan, strong wearing shoe, solid leather boots, regular for............ Saturday's Grocery News That'Tell of Great Savings 10 Ib. sack 20 Ib. sack ICING SUGAR, special .3 Ibs HONEY, finest Ontario 2fe Ib. tins RICE, good sound 4 Ibs 35c 25c CORN MEAL, 10 Ib. sack OATMEAL, line or standard, 10 Ibs. FLOUR, 10 Ib. sacks CORNFLAKES, 6 packets SUNLIGHT SOAP or AA LIFEBUOY. 23 ban BUTTER, Brookfield or Cards- ton Creamery 2 IbB................. BUTTER, finest Dairy 3 Iba: 40c 40c 45c 25c CHEESE, finest Ontario per Ib. LARD, 3 Ibs. 65e, 5 bs. Ibs., EVAPORATED PEACHES, or Prunes, fine stock, 2 Ibs. CORN STARCH, special 3 packets PEANUT BUTTER, large jars'........... MAPLE BUTTER, large jars 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 25c HUNT'S CALIFORNIA FRUITS Peach.l, Cherriei, Aprlcoti, Grapes or Strxwberries, regu- lar 35c, special per tin PEACHES, Peart', Pineapple, Blackberries and Cherries, reg. 20c, OC_ Vpeclai 2 for JJC SALMON, B. C. Red per tin SALMON, finest Sockeye 2 tins COMB HONEY, per section RASPBERRIES or Strawberries, 2 tins MOLASSES, 2 Ib. tins special 2 for JAM, Raspberry, Plum, Black Currant, Peach or Cherry, guaranteed pure i'ruit .and sugar, special 4 Ib. pails........ MARMALADE, pure or- tinge, special 4 Ib. pails Otf C PINEAPPLE or GRAPEFRUIT Marmalade, 1 Ib.jars BRAMBLE JELLY, res. TEA, H. B. Co.'s spec- ial blend, 3 Ibs. TEA, Ridgeway's Old gft Country, per Ib. 3UC TEA, Hidgraway's Five o'clock, per Ib. TEA, Upton's, per Ib.............. 25c 45c 25c 75c 27c 35c, special 1 Ib. jars 50c 60c 50c TEA, Bed Rose or Blue t f Ribbon, per Ib....... 4DC TEA, H. B. Co.'s or Tet- ley's Golden Tip, per Ib. OUC RHUBARB, APPLES, good cooking ,-5 Ibs................ ONIONS, cooking 4 Ibs.'................. BANANAS, special per doz. LEMONS, special per doi. 25c 25c 25c 25c GRAPEFRUIT, special large size, 2Jfor TOMATOES, per Ib.....I....... TOMATOES, hothouse per ASPARAGUS, fresh ORANGES, per doz 33c 4. LETTUCE, GREEN ONIONS, CELERY 4 CUKES. 20c 30c 35c HUDSON'S BA Y CO. ;