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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .HINR 3, 1910 TI1K LKTIIBRIDfiE DAILY PAGE SEVEN SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAIN SPECIALS Vor flic firs I, iSatunltiy niyht sale of the month ni-e: goin'f to give you sonic tiling extra special. All tho lines listed here arc in limit- ed lols, so shop as curly as possible. SILK BOOT HOSE, Wuck or while, double heels, also Aft niiiuy fancy colors. Toniijht '.I pair BOYS' HOS iimr Boy, cotton, the famous; heavy cotton or fine vests, sleeves sleeves, each 15c FANCY MUSLINS, fiOO yards tonight, of those now wash i dress materials, your.choice per yard AO't. CHILD'S MIDDIES, (i to liJ year heavy while AA jetn material, each GIRLS' MIDDY SKIRTS, shine material and sizes op us middies, each PILLOW TUBING, 100 yards, tonight only, 42 inch tubular, -j ft regular 30c a yard, tonight........................... I SIC ROLLER TOWELS, made from heavy dark Turkish crash, nearly 3 yards long, extra value, each DWC Ladies Pumps Oxfords CLEANING OUT THE BAL- ANCE OF OUR EMPRESS AND SMART SET LOW SHOES, PUMPS OR BUTTON STYLES, ONLY SIZES 3 TO 5. REGULAR UP TO Tonight, Child's Shoes SIZES TO 12 ONLY, BUT- TON STYLES PRINCIPALLY, PATENT, KID OR GUNMETAL LEATHERS. WORTH SS.OO, Tonight, a pair, SWISS LAWN, full 30 inches wide, finest quality, worth 25c u yard, tonight 1 C only nor yard IOC Whatever You Ask TVORY SOAP knows no limi- tations. It will meet all your needs. It is equally satisfactory for the toilet, the bath, clothes, dishes, because it is nothing but white, pure, nigh grade soap. And it can be used anywhere because it floats. FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada For the Boys BOYS' OVERALLS, plain blue and also stripes, two n dualities, 60c I OC BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS, made from heavy chambrays M EN'S SOCKS, fine thread, black maco cotton, tonight 2 pairs U 0 C MEN'S SOCKS, fine lisle, white tan or black, extra o quality, 35c for MEN'S with separate soft collar, plain tan, also light stripes tonight............. MEN'S UNDERWEAR, shirts or bal- QT briggan, per suit..... "DC MEN'S COMBINATIONS, white with short.' sleeves, knee length, or the ankle length, in natural balbrig- nr gan HOC RYLANDS CO. NAVAL RESERVES j Ottawa, June; 5000 me arts required yearly to keej) up In naval reserve of the Britten navy an equip the now battleships, and Ca.na da is expected to provide a proportio: of them. The pleasing tang of its mellowfruitflavors alone was always sufficient for you to prefer TUTTS FRHTTI CUM But now the wrapper of each pack- age is a valuable coupon explaining how you may secure any of a delightful variety of pleasing Regimental and College Shieids. Choose Tutti Frutri now, not only for its appeal- ing flavor or the safely cf its new, convenient package, but also for the beaufnl shields its coupons will bring you. Ask your dealer for any of the five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS HOW YOU MAY CHANGE YOUR FACE-COMPLETELY Any woman not satisfied with her complexion can easily remove It and have a new one. The thin veil of stif- ling halt-dead cuticle is an encum- brance and should be removed to give the fresh, vigorous; young skin under- neath a chance to show itself and to breathe. There's a simple, old-fash- ioned remedy which will always do the work. Get an ounce of. pure mer- colized wax from your druggist and apply ic at night like cold cream, washing It off in the morning. The wax will gently absorb all tho lifeless skin and leave a healthy and beautiful complexion, as fresh as a child's. -Na- turally it takes with it all such facial blemishes as freckles, moth patches, sailowness, liver spots, pimples. It is pleasant to use, and economical. The facu so treated soon looks years younger. To keep the skin free from wrink- What tfie Press Agents Say At the Orpheum The splendid vaudeville hill at the Orpheum will be repeated tonight for the last time. No one should miss this At the Empress Tangled Hearts, a gripping society drama, a Bluebird feature, will be re- peated at the Empress for the last time tonight. Gail Kane, the beautiful and bril- liant dramatic actress who won such notable laurels in the stellar roles in "Seven Keys to Baldpate" and "The Miracle two of Broadway's big- only necessary to dissolve an ounce of powdered saxolite in a half pint of witch hazel and bathe the face in this as WENT WITH LETHBR1DGE BATTERY Cranbrook, May K. Ollpln oE Cranbrook is in receipt of a letter from Mrs. Ford of Broadstairs, Eng., stating that her brother. Sergt.-Major Stanley V. Perry, had been killed in action April 20. It will be remember- ed that Sergt.-Major Perry resided for a time on a Kootenay orchards tract near this city and enlisted In October, 391-1, with the 20th Battery of artillery at Lcthbridge. His wife and child are now residing with her parents in Ire- land. GERMANS TAKE BRITISH POSITIONS Borlin, Juno 3. via The ridges of the height south- east of Zilleboke, southeast ,of press theatre, on Monday and Tues day, in "Her Great the Metro Picture Corporation's production, by Clyde Fitch, which will be released on the regularv Metro program. The talented star is supported by a select- ed cast and presents five acts' of tense liuman sentiment and gripping situa- tions in powerful fashion. At Stariand N Owing to the fact that "The Beggar Girl's Wedding" was unsatisfactory, "Nearly a featuring the inimit- able John Barrymore was substituted it Starland last night, and will be the 'eature again tonight. The manage- ment wishes to apologize to those who saw this picture at yesterday's opera house, New York. In this greai opera Miss Farrar established her po sition in the foremost rank of greai artists, and the plcturization is full oi thrilling action, magnificent scenic ef fects, and portraiture. Noth ng finer in motion pictured has ever been seen. At the Majestic "Nobody with its wealth of music, comedy and dancing novelty that so completely captivated New- York all last season and has recently enslaved the studious Boston, will be the attraction at the Majestic theatre tonight. The company is owned and directed by the well known John P. Slocum, who has made both a study and suc- cess of musical plays, principally be- cause he stops at no expense for beau- .y and quality both as to his produc- .ions and his cast, "Nobody Home" s unique and original as far'as musi- cal plays go, inasmuch as it really has something of a story to start with which is told without resort to vul- garity and is actually funny. Then .gain the music is of the kind that ingers in your memory and you find 'ourself whistling.. The dancing is both fascinating and unique, and lots if It, and then there are the girls all distinct types of American and foreign leauty, who sing and dance more than irdinarily well, and can act "ou arc not too particular. A capacity house is sure to be in irder tonight, and the management tate that ihey cannot hold reserva- ions after eight o'clock. ZEPPELINS VERY ACTIVE New York, June news agency ispatch from London savs- "Latest of the naval engage- received here state (that u ZOD- fieet co-operated with tho a thing will not occur again. Para-l nount Travel Series No. 17 w.ll shown again tonight, and Miss Simm id Mr. Fleming will sing a duet. On Monday and Tuesday the world amous drama "The Old Homestead" vill bo tho feature. Don't miss it. On Wednesday and Thursday of Ferule, June lloss, of the North American Coal Co., passed through Ferule this evening with 20 miners, who have been released from the Morrisscy internment camp, en route to Coalhurst, where the men will be put to work in the mines. The subject of releasing coal min- ers from these camps lias been a mat- ter of discussion between operators and miners for some time, and a meet- :ng of the coal operators is now in session at Calgary, before which it is probable this subject with others touching the labor supply will be dis- cussed. Mr. Ross, when seen by the Herald representative this morning, was em- phatic in his belief that a shortage of labor in many branches of industry was imminent, and that the situation was bound to become serious it sonic way out is not hit upon soon. Portion of British Fleet Drives Back Kaiser's Big SeaHRghfe (COKTIXDED FROM FnOXT PAGE) Ypres, Belgium, and the Brit- week the treat of the season is iah position beyond have been In store for Starlnnd's natrons The captured by storm by German great priina donna, Geraldine Farrar, troops, the war oilice announ- ced today. most famous of all women artists of today, will appear in as played last winter in the Metropolitan MYal (orces, and heavv