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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta "ilic" co'jfiTciK PAGE FIFTEEN WhDNKSU.-VY, JCMi I, Knlranls From Thai Town Show What' Small Towns Can Honor HOU (Krorn Our Own Oj TAHKIt, .lune Our little bure lias no reason lo feel asliamcd ol bti lira appcanuic al Ibe proridclal musical festival. Sjbo captured lourtl. placi... beating out Medicine Hal. not lo speak or t'ardslon. Macleoil. Cole man and Iho towns In llie north. 11 we had thought It to easy, nnd enjoy i-blc. would have, called out tbc re turves and made It lively for llie bis Three. 'IJul neil boy! The fpllowliiK Ib Tabcr'a festival honor roll: Sllss Vcra In Scrgl. Kell, who served Ihrous-hout the war wltli llio l-.niudlau KiiElncerJ, hae just Tabcr. Though In many u lifibt niul. Ue tamo off v.'ltb only slight wound, und li as (it an ever for- his uld Job. of arc-' glad also lo welcome ..KUln. even If It be but lor a visit I'te Jobn Jlcl.eod ami I'll' Douglas, formerly of the Hank ol Commerce, llotu have IUIIR anil honorable tervlca ovcrems1, .Ibe for Her In ILo li.fanlry and Hie taller u trimsnort'scri'lcv aud llyiue siTVko. Auoluer welcome wccV. i-nd visllor was' Ferule Hfck. folinnu. a Tabcr raljed boy. hVrulu ciilisU'd 1C years us a busier in t'.M.It, and las been doliiE 13lli tipm piano competition; M'.si Maniiu llrooka.Second In conlrallo solo COIL- lest; Mr, Ilasklns. Ihlrd In Icnor solo Miss Helen Uryan. third in Mglitaccpmpnnylng and fourth In sight jilnyins: Willlo -Appleton, first in boysj .-olo: Jqc Young, second "in boyi' -...16; Kathleen Howley. lillb In'girls' -.--ilo; Kulhleen McCarthy., ninlh In solo; Gladys Tullclaml, fourth In iu.llor piano; Marion, llcll. second In junior violin. Tftber school also B'cnl up a chorus lli.it. under the Icadcr- sliln of Miss Slbbie HcEkclll, stood well up In the competition for (he school shield. .Wo. have icccuLly stumbled upon some singers In Tnber and some from ullier parls. o! die province who would hare taken'part in the solo competi- tions of llie festival l.ad not Ihose selccllons been so difficult. pass hl9 on to nest year'? coramillcc. Wi; chase Ibe lilgli cost ot living Into ll.e criipyrean blue. Let us bll In J-'rani1.------- lie lust touldn'l Mrs. Wiu. Mcwllliinoy A I) Uanforll. leave on Tl.ur.-uluy 10 spend :i Couple ol nioutjis al tnc toast, lloili well deserve n BOOU bolulay. The Womcu'K Institute infcH in Ihe Mciliodlst church on Friday, June (lli, HI 1 p m. Tho pavement artist announces b.itcbuH niati-h. Tabcr vs. for Tuesday nllorhuou. The scalps now Island, Foreinnst D1 llOo lajunu, dnlc nlrendy lians ot ;llL' Tuber braves. George DEvilfcocs lo Itellaw short ly to wiuiatjt llie Miilo-Maliolin lumber yard ihcrt1. Tlic annmil agrlcuHuiiil fair c held on July -3 and Mr. D. JI. l-'m Hank of Montreal, bavt' lakcn Ave. K., Yoiir Dollars Do Almost Double Du This Friday and Saturday Week- End Sale at Clarke's Store JJiss Mac I-1 Lieut, irarry II. of ilit :'.UL iiaiiallou, Vancouver. trrh'tJ y day lo be iliu KiH-'Si ol his aiHtor, Mr A. f.'Haworth. Mrs. Jos. A. Yoirfic anil Mr.-. Scutt are FiK-tidius diiy In L'al-' .Mr. atiJ Mrd.' Itorr aUeiide.l tliu Shrliiers' convention in iln.' Ural of llie week, to ilic Ibis inorniiig. AmoJis the 1-oi.hljridE'u Loys niio rivtV from overseas yL'.-iierduy wuro' Savings of exli-aorcJinary importance in many of llie most seasonable and most wanted lines of the season arc attractions that make this store a hive of busy sliop- pers from the time ihe doors open on Friday morning right up to nine, o'clock on Saturday night. Not a line featured here but is of highest standard of quality it is possible to procure; not a price in these bar- gain lots but has been reduced a quarter to a third of regular value; not a woman in this city who can afford to let such saving opportunities pass if she requires such merchandise for present or future use. EXTRA LARGE SIZES We Lav-- a splendid slack of extra large outer mid unc- LT (or vvouien whu ordinarily have difficuliy in securing gai-mcnu large enough to (u comfortably. .--lies iu lisle, si and cashmere liosicry; eilr.i lai'KC vests und uolou suits; extra large gowns and while underskirts; extra larce allk ami Roman pcUlcoate anil top skins; extra large waists, suits, coals, etc. hem on Jiiiv -N ullu v T hoillcultural shnv.-Iuii August Uunsworlli, 1-crcy. Irwln, Jut irA V.ilcr.ii II liii'rini 1f. The prize list of the latter is out and copies car, be obtained al llie Times office. Taber Drue Store, lake's .Jewelry Store or from .Mrs. Bun- secretary of the VVomtn's Insti- tute. On Mondiiv, May a ton was born to Mr.'nnd HcllivMU. would like to sec the valntiiii; of the manse fence tpced up. The contractor has evidently nut yet How.ird Nelson. II. Ingram. Vic- lor llourns, Peter folare.s. J. J. Kilmer. .Sergt. selec Ihl9 on to nest year'? coroniittcc. ,f sav.'vci'a Irick ol doing don'l wnnt tosee the A iciosl inlcreslin's service was liel. In Ihe Klcan scbooHlouse on Sunday May 25111. ill 3.30 p.m.. lhc occasion heing the unvciliiiE "f n beautiful honor roll conlaininc Iho names of Ihe Elcan boys who had served In the great v.'.ir. Tlic address was lions that the scores of fair singers throughout the jirovlnre. who have not the oiiporlunily of expert train- ing, cart attempt. Another criticism that we have rnn against moro than once is that it was not posslulo lo set some of the festival music In time to prepare It properly. MlElU not the Clarence Kl- win. If. li. Inenim, lin, I-ilvvarila and Duncan. Tpr. Olio Croukhile arrived totiay. It. Ilincks and Mre. II. II. Illiuks anil children lelt yesterday for a Hircc-inonths' visit itl Van- 'Mrs. A. JI. l.iilfcrly returned nflcr a short visit In Calgary. Miss Nellie L'rcli. of id llie guest of llcltna Slmiisoi bo Issued earlier nnil-nlso a icnlral depot cstnbllshetl In Ihe prov- ince where 'all; llie. niuslc necessary could be lirocarcil? Tlio of Tuber wbo were In allcnilanre al tbo fnalivn! all relurn- cd cnlhuslasllc over Us unquillflcd bucccss' and speak InvlilEhcsl lenns of Iho elections and crillclBms adjudicators: lesson" we hnvc lalil.Afl heart from It all'is Ihe. ml- uorfanco of music to Ihe life of llie and if '.t he so thai "music hath charms, etc.." why not make II universal? Why not make its teacb, InB compulsory In nil flur puoljc schools., as II Is already in not use ILo cllpjiets on our school Elven the Rev. "A. C. Ilryan from the lest "Honor lo Whom Honor." and n memorial prayer oC.'cred by the llev.. Beautiful Novelty Silks in stripes and checks, Mcssclaints and Taffetas in Re8ular Values This i- a rare l.arKiin opportunity to say the least, including as it doih! ssr as. tome novelty sllfc', fold reEularly up lo 53.M per yard. In this lot are some of the richest colorings and handsomest designs we have ever had to show; wide and narrow stripes, checks, shadow plaids, etc., in a beautiful assortment suitable for dresses, etc. All full 36-inch widths, on sale for the two days NEW BIRD DESIGNS IN CRETONNES to Bcaulitul colorings in Evouml Colors of greys, anil popular bird designs so much wanted now. 30 luch Eooils in spl'judid iveighi materials, suiiable for wir.iloiv 'Ji1 bolstcry. clc. Mrs. Granl 'is the guest ol lier iiiatlier, Mrs. P. J. Kenny, for a few weeks'. j .Mrs. A. K. GooJcrliam is retiring; not use llio on our scliool J curriculum and nuke way for music? Wiy'not require that: oniS- (of .Ihe fachcrs on our schohol staff be properly qualified lo leach, vocal and instrumental music and let her devole most of her lime to this work? moth It be! Siting! And by Ihe C.P.H. Slung lo llie tune'oi five ccritsl were very particular to secure, as instruct ed a standard certificate' stntlne v.-f wcro uoing lo inn musical Icst'.val We eipccled !o be returned free and save 90c for. Ico cream. But when we paid the thrcc-llflbs fare back and 25 cents tor vising our certillcale, w discovered that ivo bad been neall bamboozled oul of our last 'nickel. l.'elloM'-suffcrcrs, Id us walk next time. i Mlr.'E Idle The' slrlke Is still on. Our mines lie and 'our street cars and fac- torcs nrc'al a'rlandatlll. llowcrcr. Ibe grass still grows and llio sun suites. But tell this not to Ttdcly llrown lesl lie say at 'some zero hour: "Sun stand thou slill; 'Moon, be llion stayed i until 1 have avenged myecli upon mine enemies, the Then wt would be in dire distress in "u'f electric light plant Is still func- tioning, ihanks the office, staff of llie Ciinndn West mine, who arc sweat- In; Ihcmsc'.vos each nigbl lo llirow light on the perpleilng situallon. Knbx Church Ladles' Aid will hold on Wednesday. June llth, at Mrs. 1'owells, an nflernoon tea from 3 lo i; p m and In, the evening Ico ,-reum social from S lo 10.30 p.ra Al llie Inllcr R musical program will be rendered and Kumea provided Tor all. The. "local O.W.V.A. held a mosl snr.- ccsFfuf sacred 'concert on Sunday evo- n'llg; May 2oth, In. llie Rox .Tiicatrc. Tliclr; nexl one will be In 'Ihe. same nlace'on Jilno Slh. At-'lflio requcsl of llio 17.V.A. or- canlz'allbn, SundBy. June lalh. Is be- liiB obiervcW Ihe churches trough- out'llic province as U.V'.A. Sunday. Hr. fiinricr. It Is1 Os lo you, iioy. Fine Rain's Tlic' copious and'Mclcome r.ilns of llie "cok -nd appenTsnco of Ihc heavens ul tl.c. present moment iirc a reminder that "The river of God In full of water'! today (15 of old. Mr! Ccorae KwinS. of v'orl Wlll'Rni. lonverly ;i Tobcv oliMlmcr, paid Ihe liiwn it short visit Ihii bcBinnlng of List week.. I ThP iccmcnl ivslk lit front ol the i-inirlhoilfC Is In (he procc-ss of con slruclloii. U Is up lo Ihc govern merit now lo turn loose Ihe Inndsrnpo KiirdoncrK. (leorgc Ciirrle cd hla Job ot levelling llio The, llcv. Thos., I'lillii, who l.ft- bcoi! Iho .Melhodlat pflplnr In Tabo for Iho pjsl four ycnrs, .goes I Biratllinoro, nwo'rdlns 10 Ihc Urn ill-nil'of llio slullonlng colninlllec, and will tic succeeded In Tuber by Major T A'Wilson. On Snmlay, .it 7.30. P.m.. Bishop Plnkhjvm, 4.1. Canary conflVrnnlloii icrvlMjn n memorial prayer 01.ereu uj luunc.. .ma. rt. F Taylor The bonor roll was .llicn us president ol tilt after cisni unvtlled by .Mrs. II, Williams, mother'. nmff Mnntrnnl fia- of one of llie hoys wiioEC names were Inscrihcd on'lbe roll. The'names read aloud by Mr. Taylor, and a num- aer of the men who had returned re- sponded in person. Appropriate solos werc-snng by nnd Mrs V. K. Tb6 ineetinK closed with Ihe-EliielDB'sf-lbe nation. nl anlheni and Ihe benediction. A large representation ot the Taber G. Yi'VA' wtrc present in uniform, 'li-. Sam Brvlne, r.ecenlly _ol ive'r Sunday. ,v Mrs. L. ot our new barrister, arrived In lown Irom To- ronto lasl, week and, wo nre sure, wil be accbfilcd k Learty welcome by Uie )fi aCCtlriii'u utanj women of Tabcr. tbe present r and -Mra.' CiioKe vvlll reside 'in llit Danforlb house, but later will .makf. heir liome in the Coulter house, or. the south side of tbe lown. f Crop Conditions Grain all in and nomffig on well. Soine llai yet to be sown. Considerable damage hns beeii done by culwor.n. bill the present 'rains will end lhat mtnaco. Farmera.aro tuning up for a' bumper crop. ears iu tbal etle. Corp. Krancls W. Fletcher. cu I'stcd iu 1D16 willi Ihc Canadian-.ftl- glneers and served with flic Skilled, taflway. .JSnployets. returned- lor his j ionic in" UIB cily from overseas .on Friday. Y .j i i 3 i Sergl. and'Mrs. A. ..Miller ning) left Monday afternoon for To-' ronto ivhere they will make tbeir fu- ture home. The'happy couple took] with them Ihc. best wishes of many j friends us. they were given a hearty "send of wishes for lone lives of happlucss in their fulure home.. Mr! J- D. McLeoii returned' from llonlreal last night, where be basj I been-for the Insl -menlh attending a meeting ot llie general Ward of Ihe n. of L. E. Sergl.' Jas. Dougall. of Canadian Cavairy Field An.bulance, arrived home yesterday. c. 9 v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES '.'v 1 NEW SWEATERS AND PULLOVERS Many' bandsomo new styles jifst-io band by express this or slecvclcES. new shades ol old rose, blue, green, gold, 7 etc.. at S5.0D, 50.60. I SIIiK hand- EQine garments in IVoch blue and Halg red. Selling on AA al 517.60 to LVMV SILK SWEATEK colors wilt contrasting trim- ming and Heather mixtures plain trim-to match, qO Cft at 530.00 td Jti.JU Many handsome styles lor the cool evenings.in-new blue. Kilo, old rose BQld, Copenhagen, etc.. nl 512.50, 513-50 nud-.. ..-'i-. i'5.o6 EXTRA FINE QUALITY GLASS TOWELLING A specially purchased line. Extra value al 4ac. 23 inches Splendid firm clotb. while Eround vlth red bloct check, rare value a, the regular price. f EXTRA QUALITY 9-4-SHEETING A Line thai would be good buying at 51-25- ui i Hi nit -i ml frpf (TQIU drC55Jiil? SlicctiiiK of ihis kind PlDe even thread, splendid voigal CJOLD, soil, ii nu nccnuiu LI-C-I i f thv two sale, 5Sc. EXTRA HEAVY WHITE LONGCLOTH............ 33e Splendid nuality, pure finish, regular 45t. A beautiful quality full bleacbed cotton ot heavy even thread tbal gives Ihe grcalcEl amount of i.-eai, full yard wide, very bate and free from dressing HEAVY WEIGHT COLORED FLANNELETTES .......39c Very scarce goodi, sold reeulaMy al 60c. Colored flannelettes have bceu almost impossible to get and this line should be unusually attractive IJUIULCU njnvn IT wide Colors cardinal inarflou, sliv, pink, old ro al the price. Splendid TVfilEni, vcr> linn LIU.U, ou sc, Copcn and white. ____________- Juno learns lhat tho position in Afgnanlalan from (he military viewpoint Is 'niuch Im proved Probable developments from the amir's latest move can not -until more defniil formallon will, rcgnrd lo llie Afghans alllludc Is avRlIable, bill il may be pointed out that Ihe nralr'eUoller lo i'ne viceroy and bla orders lo his crtls b'olh conlnln Ghrlnt Inaccura- lilt suggestion that llie Affil.aus were obliEcd 10 lake defensive mcs- Biiros on any-nrlliah net Is. pt.'cmirje nulle nnlrue. Tlio fact Is tho AfBiian troops crossed the1 border dozen places and wt-re mobllhlnK against our fronllcr as rapidly lioss'.lile M'hpn hey received no provocallon wbal- ever. ESCtfE'OFEEL The ciders, stewards, preslifenls aiid classes of other societies and super Inlcndcnls of departripn'.s .and ibeir ladles are reqncslcd to. be at Ihe United church hall 'on Krlduy eVcnhlK June 6tb, al 6.15 to extend a welcome lo the returned soldiers- previous- lo he banquet which" is lo be given nt c.ao. I The Sir Alexander, ttall 1.6.1XC.. :isk you lo rciiVcinbVr'-'lhtl Ing day on Saturday, when nicy 1 lo raise fund's lor soldiers' meinoria work. FOLLIES Tlio latest in enlcrlainmeni will 1 hero two weeks -from; this 1'T Ida Jiint'iOlli. "It" will be lit tlic cxlill lion building, "It" being all your lill 1' henrt clcslrcsr Follies.1' VERY SPECIAL WEEK END HOSIERY BARGAIN 38c i Splendid qullily Hsfe goods. Regular ipeclal at 50c. -in colors bVack? vfliite and tan: Most unusual value at this week end price. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE LADIES' UNION SUITS 58c Bought to Mil as a special at 75c. A verv garment al tho price, fine ribbed, short sleeves, wide taee, splendid weight, would easily bring SI.CO al regular price. While they lilt, at SBC. FRIDAY-SATURDAY BARGAIN IN CORSET EMBROIDERY Fine Swiss regular and 50c vafues. n Embroideries of this n'.iallty bought at Iho present llino would sell at not less lhan 75c per y.ul, Very special. value for Friday and Saturday, MORE GOSSARD COR- SETS AND BRASSIERES 'GOSSARD CORSETS .are tiie- recognized leaders amone all front lacing corsets and we are safe in saying tbal fully ninety per cent, of Ibe corsets sre front lacing models. We Tiavela complete ne.7v slock ]ust to hand Including latest models and complete range of-sliea for sllghl, medium' and stout tls- "pricei 53.00 to GOSSARD BRASSIERES .-In plain or elaborate styles lhat lit perfectly with ft Gossanl corset. Mnny styles and New Voile Waists to i A ne-sv lol''iicsl iu this week by Bipress. ftaluring some of '.ho choicest garmenls we have yet had to show In beautifully em- broidered voiles, will, novelty sleeves and large sailor or collars. Sizes lo v ASfOR'S WIDOW IS MAPfllEO IN LONDON I.ONDO.V, .lime llio columns of paid-marriage notices in the Times tliln 'mornliiB is one sriylns iliat IMrs. John Aslor wna married lo Ixird Ilab- lesdalc on Saturday nl 31. .Mary's hnrch. llrynnslon Square, Ixvnrlon. The only news- paper tl.e marrlatl In tla lows MJolunins. lilbntlflt? Mrs. Aslor is the 'widow'-brtnc.la.tc Jobn Jacob of N'civ York. r, ihilrtO' and also conducled v dlv vorslilp flfterabon. The' in llio Mclhodlsl cbtircK on Sunday were loVcn by (he Itev.- Ji, A. Cook, In Ihp absence of (lie ftov. 'fbos, I'hiln, who'li.lji M Bxpcclctl Thnl.Hclicllipp Will Hrcjik in Others'.Escaped DI-iniJN. .Inne Is le.irned mi Bond anlhorlly tt.al nol only did Meut Kurl Vogcl. convicted In Ihc Licli kncchl murder rcnso, cscapo iron prison by. go lo but jjpjil lung'nnd Ii Iho same case, also escaped nt llie snino llmo and In Iho same way. ol Iho escape 6'Mhe'lasl Iw had liecn mihproasnil. lii.lh.o..Germs nowapapors mlgh ciuisc u serious ngalnst llie Summer Whitewear and Children's Wear in Good Assortments cuisc sovcrnincnf. ScnililnenV has been )llln1'n.qnlnsl Ihe nl llio which enabled Vogcl lo cs- cape.- ,Thn KO.vornniclU la. knuwji. jlo bo piaiminV qiilctlS' and'scc-Mly tH-conf bat a'vlnlcnl Hparlncan uprising slarl- cd probably boraiue of Ihe tscapo til the convicted officers or inqro Ilkcl} In connection ivfth Ihe outconlb'bfHhe pence lint which" will ac be tnotlicr 'ntiplrinfyo 'Over {liiW.itoi rove iiiniciit. S S a iriVcipJctcd'lInt 'of the roTolt will be llcrlin, with the dmntcl lor's otllcc nnd IhD foreign olllco a tho chlof points ol allack. Prcrau lionnry pjnns for (lies nlfcady liayc been Irild.'- WHITF.WEAR' 'Night Gowns to Long clotli nainsook and line mulls In button--, cil front and slip-over blyles. All eiccllent values._ Camisoles to Wash sills, salin and crepe, dc clilnc In while and flesh, many slylcs. wilh elaborate trimmings of lace and ribbon. Sizes lo II. Silk Bloomers Made of ficavy habulal silk, while and Ilcsh, plain and fancy, trimmed slyles. lo Nainsook, mull and babillal silk, white or flesh, vs vr.ricly of choice In all Ihc wanted Email and large r.lzcfi. White Petticoats Handsome'styles null specially good values in Trine; rlotli. repp nnd tine nainsooks -with Swiss 'embroidery Irlmlnlng. White Dressei, to In 'Voiles, mulb. clc.: hua splendid Va'Mcty of clio'cc. Irinilnlngs of laces, cm- -broidery arid cploreil ribbons. CHILDREN'S WEAR Girls' White Dresses to Sizes 2 io 5 years. Various slylcs In vol.leg nnd. mulls with trimming ot lacoi luserlion and em- broidery work. Infants'Slips to Fine nainsook goods, 27 inches long, handsome. ly Irlinmud wltb fine pin lucks, embroidery and laces. Slip-Over Fine pure wool goods, sleeveless, lovely shades! of old rose, Nile nnd Alice blue, some with con- [mating trimmings, sites lo S years. Girli' Wool Middies, and Fine pure wool colors, old rose, allcc, nlhyclc. Large sailor collars. Sizes 8 lo 14 Boys' and Girls' Union Suits.. Klzca 4 12 years, Ihe best stylo undergar' ments wo have scr.n for bays anil girls wear, liv.o aisllncl styles. Splendidly end proportioned, Boys'Wash to Striped galalcas, white plinc-s anil whlpcord.1 in lluslcr llrown, Norfolk of slylcs, slits 2 lo 0 years. .1 'v! 614 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge ;