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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN TUB 1) A I LVKBit. Will Buy Vsivl of .White Mercerized Voile, limited quantity. 2 yards of our best English Longbloth, yard wide. 2 yards of our best English Print, or any Gingham. 2 yards of extra quality wide White Flannelette. 2 large size Damask Linen Table Napkins. 36 inch White Crepe Cloth, heavy weight for underwear. White Repp, suitable for dresses or skirts, silk finish. Men's Cashmere Socks, linen heel and toe, any size. Men's Pure Silk Socks, tan, black or white, regular Me. Men's Wash Ties, Tubular; reg. 40c; extra special. Boys' Balbriggan Drawers; reg. 40c; 24 to 28 size. Will Buy 2 pairs Ladles' Black Cotton Stockings, size' 2 yards wide Taffeta Silk Hair Ribbon. 1 pair widi Silk Middy Laces, 3 colors. 3 plain Irish Linen Ladles' Kerchiefs, neat hems. 4 dozen Culture Pearl But- assorted sizes. 10 Hair elastic, shades brown only. 1 pr. Children's fine Silk Lisle Hose, pink, sky, black, white. 1 pair Ladies' Soft Lisle Hose black, white. 1 pair Boys' Rock Rib, wear- guaranteed School Hose. I pair Ladies' Gauze Lisle Drawers, lace trim., 1 pair All Linen Huck Tow- els, hemmed ends. RYLANDS CO. ALLOW ME TO PRESENT MY BEST FRIEND ROYAL YEAST CAKES If! BUYING YEAST CAKES 8E CARfFUL TO SPECIFY E.W.GILLETT CO. L'TD TORONTO. MOIiTHEAl (loss Sloan. ..f tin- Royal bank, j Keddiii, H> c-ily Mill, parents. Mr and S. Note to be Despatched Today Washington, .Innc n Wilson was today putting the finish- ing touches cm his latest note to (iormany concerning the sinking of {lie Lusitania. It already hart been approved in principle by the ca.miet Ml that was needed today to start ilic commtinication on its way to llerlin was the making 01 minor thangcs in the phraseology. This was the task before the president. The president was expected to com- plete the-work oi revision during the ilav Tlie note will be sent to the state department for transmission by cable, probably tonight or to Ambassador (lerard at Uerlin, who will In turn present it ,to the German foreign office. Previous re- ports that the note will he brief hut emphatic, arc borne out, it is said, bv the text as it now stands. V Builds Sturdy Bodies SOME mothers feed their children Creamettes three times a day. This new inore tender macaroni product is the ideal substitute for meat, The ordinary macaroni, as you know, takes from' JO to Jl SStaVto cook. cooks to deleioiu b ft. W" 1 DuruM .b.t and bus a rieS its own. Try it with cheese, with tan, with tomatoes, with tocon, or witti nun. MOTHER'S MACARONI CO., MINNEAPOLIS Cruniu Ct AUCTION SALE High-Class Furniture Monday, June 7th AT 618 6th AVE. SOUTH, COMMENCING AT. 10 A.M. and 2 P.M.. w L Wilson, Auctions, is favored with Instructions from Mrs. Edrth Webber, to .ell the following without re.erve. 1 Dresser ami Stand. "I Writing Table. 1 Cane Seatecl fjliair. 1 Tapestry Square. BEDROOM NO. 3 I Single Bed. PARLOR One :l-pleco Mahogany Parlor Suite upholstered in leather. 1 Solid Oak Arm Rocker uphol- stered in No. 1 Spanish lea- 1 Heavy Oak Parlor Table. .1 convblnation Bookcase and Writing Desk with glass doors and liovel plate mirror. 1 Oak Bookcase. 1 Brussels Square. I Oak Jardiniere Stand. J'ortlers and small Velvet Rugs. DINING ROOM J Solid Oak Butt'et, swell front and D B. Mirror. 1 Round Dining Talile extending 8 feet. 1 set of Solid Oak Diners upliol- stored in leather. T '.Marble Clock. Inlaid Ijinoloum. J Sanitary Couch. Dinner Set. BEDROOM NO. 1 1 Quarter Cut. Oak Dresser. 1 Oak I Bed complete. 1 Carpet. Square. 1 Bedroom Rocker. .Mahogany Writing Table. BEDROOM NO. 2 Bed complete. Brass Trjlu- raings. All small articles wi I Quarter Cut Oak Chiffonier. I Carpet. Square. Several Small Hugs. Also 1 Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, live drawers, almost 1 Oak Hall Bevel Plate Mirror. _ 1 set of Ridpath's History of the World. 9 volumes. I set of Makers ot History, 80 vonmies. 1 set of Harvard's Classics, 50 volumes. Quantity of Stair Carpel. Pic- tures, Bedding. Blinds, Cur- tains. Screens. One 6-hoIe Rp.nse, -high closet, and Hnt Water connections, with tile back. 1 Kitchen. Table. Eleclric Iron. 1 Lawn Mower almost new. About feel Rubber Hose and Reel. Tent UKI2. 1 Wringer; Hammock. Kitchen Utensils: Carpenter's Tools, etc., be commencing-al 10 AlMl All small articles will be sold" commencing.'In the morning al 10. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 (i. II. .Jiml's. allliiiunl'l' l-bl' i-liRasc- mcMil ill their dallshlPl. l" C Buotll. of (irassy Lake. wedding will be cm .law. Hi. I Mrs. Veiicr ami her nimiiiiMcc i from the Daughters c't I be I'.mpirij I wish to thank .ill those who assisted I in any way Innards the success Kabiola They alao wish lo thank the the ladies, as well as HIP (Jood l.o. _ ami K. KmiiPdy for I IIP liberal dq- nations oi candy. Tahc-r quid wpc I'i'iPbritcd at St. Tl......lure's Tuber. Thursday aif.-rnoon, wliei Klsic MariP l.urson anil .Mi. Thomas K.'fs were united In the bonds matrimony In' Hu- ll'-v. Mr. Hrandl. 'I'liP happy coupli1 reside ill I'.ivcrbcw. Vaudeville of guallty wax seen at ilhi! pupillur playhouse lust evening. The Dancius Mrtlers are indeed en- tertainers of 'tun first class. Their light daiiciiis and ealcby, songs aroused the enthusiasm of the atluiences to several encores. Thc.-e urtisls arc lute of the I'aiitiiRes' cir- cuit. They will appear for the last times tonlBbt and the iminaselncnl; advises everyone not 10 miss the last i opportunity. -The Whirling Disc." a two-pan photo-play, featuring t.'.eb .Madeson and Joe Kins, is a powerful story of j hyplontism and love. With tlie instalment oi an extra ma- chine, the management begs 10 an-1 nounee continuous projection; there] will be no tiresome waits, but the pa-1 Irons can follow through the entire programme with pleasure. I i "CAPTAIN MACKLIN" One of the very finest of tlie Mutual Master pictures "'ill he shown at Star- land on Monday and Tuesday, when "Captain from the celebrat- ed novel by Richard Harding; Davis, will be screened. This drama of love and war. will he produced in tour acts, and Lilian Oisb will play the leadlns purl. L-asI night's programme prov- ed lo be the biggest hit of the season. "Tipperary" is surtiy the best war pro- duction up to date. Kalem's "Oirl De- tective" is as keen as Keen's Helen Holmes in "The Hazards of will dare anything: "The Gifezly Dulcb Chariot. Race" is a scream, and tlie Universal eek'.y maintains its superiority of every- thing of Its kind. The programme will be repeated tonight. WEEK-END SPECIALS AT THE EMPRESS fn "The Richest Woman in the' World the final and in every" way the best episode of is presented tonight. "Am- brose's' Sotir Granes" is !i- real-com- ieily, furnishing two reels of laughter.' is disappointed in love, and I to make matters worse. uiiEiakes her 1 I twin sister for his lady love, causing I l genera! complications. Tbe Gaumont I Graphic gives late war and genera! II news, and there are two excellent I [dramas. will sing "A Tale of a a stinging episode. The feature for Monday ami lues- uiiy wi'.'i be "Cameo by Booth i Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson, DUEtln Farnlim in Ihe title role'. STRONG BILL AT VARIETY A strong bill wi'il be seen at Variety for the last times this evening. StailC- I for Vine, who have kept the atidb ences at the cosy theatre in a continu- Ions uproar for the past week rath toeir clever monologues and dancing specialities, excelled themselves last evening and received repealed ap- plause. They will bo seen in the same comedy "Have a clam ag- ain tonight. If you have not already seen this clever team, don t miss it. Eleanor Moran. popular favorite, wi.l p. 'heard in her latest song successes. BIgge? and' better than ever, is the popular verdict on our entertainment. "The Crimson a two-part Ulo- sraph special release ot. exceptional merit: "The Hair of Her. Head, a screaming Vitagraph comedy; Dick- son's a stirring Eduon detective drama. together with "Broncho Billy's Gratitude, a western drama, featuring the veteran cow- puncher, completes an all-round pro- "rnnmie that is hard lo equal. The price of admission at Variety bas been dropped five cents, and the- atregoers are now able to see first- class entertainment tor ten cents.. very spt'cini Inn-gams Dressers Underwood Type- writer Show (I'siscs Dining Kooin Sets See the values we offer The City Second Hand Store 406 5tfl ".Street South JOE BONFIDINA. PROP. verv cujdvalilc alterlioon was spent at the- homp (if Mrs. rord, 1-ith S cm Kriclav afternoon, when a number "I her iiiHiuatc friends liap- j in her 'or a farewell sur-1 prise party. Aiternoon was KI1( departure in time S1" the heavy shower. Imperial Caramels Made in Lethbridge Specially for the Hudson's Bay Co. A delicious creamy candy, and filled with Chopped Fruits and Nuts Tonight perlb. Hudson's Bay Co. lo Sive t" with tben, member of ,he battalion Ba, r of 's'ox and his da.iKhler. Miss lluth son was assigned the pleasant A patriotic can! party will be giv- en in Hie Masonic hall next Thurs- day evening, .lime Kith, by Mesdames I JI .lohnstolic. Tinning, Wilson, Reeve J, A. Jackson. Starncs, Velicr Conyiicare, Shepherd, Ken- nedy. Kellog and Biymnrr. The ev- ening's entertainment will consist oi card' playinR, a musical program and dance.' The proceeds derived from thp hallljB o, the lair donors in per- ,-ictory." and "Onward. Christian sol- di tilers." ihe battalion joining heartily Soldier's Kare- was sung by Mr. Will. Dick- en. leader of Ihe choir, and Mensrs, The boys of receiving "them from I er of Weunes which a in. the affair will lie divided equally he- j I ween the I. O. K. and the Ked j' lioss mKde a Cross funds. It is hoped that a large number of will he present, and help to swell the funds oi the societies that are doing so much to help the soldiers, and the Umpire Ehurl little the Patriotic Fund. There are now I07 recruits.sworn in here anil still several are on the wait- The whole evening's entertainment is j to. be iiad for the sum of fifty cents, i Ferule, B.C.. .lime i Special to The ihe.'boys ot the a'4fli Kootetoy Battalion were ag- ain treated to :l 'nrngniflceut feast ot good things lo eat and to .good music and addresses.' This time it. was in the basement of the Melhodist church and was furnished by .Mr, and Mrs. n Wilson, the serving being by the ladies of the Methodist church. Over 110 people sat down to a feast that excelled, If possible, that given the id there are two excellent exceneu, n The popular Lyric Quartette night before by the ladies of Knox and Christ churches. The decorations were on a more ex- tensive scale and were a credit 10 the .1 Mr- 1-1 A. designer and manager. Mr. Wilkes The Hags of all the allied na- tions "'ere arranged about the hall interspersed will! folds and loops of red. white and blue bunting. The por- traits of the King and Queen occupied at home in such a place. At the head table were seated the officers of the 107th Regiment, and Recruiting Offi- cer Captain Moffntt: W. H. Wilson. the host: -Mayor Uphill. Hon. W. Hoss, members of the press, and the trustees of the Methodist church. "Praise God From Whom all Bless- j ings was sung as the wlio'.e company stood. It being tbe aniversary of the King's birthday, that toast was pro-1 posed by Mr. Wilkes, who reuuesteil the company to stand, and drink to the toast in the beverage adopted by His Majesty himself as his beverage dur- ing the 'War. and three cheers and a tiger were given before the men re- Slimed j Mr Wilson was called upon to ad- dress the men. and gave them a very earnest little talk, full of good advice and interspersed with good humor. Only a few other toasts were propos- ed and responded to. when the boys were given a" short inlermission. after which they re-assembled in the audi- torium of the church, where the choir had prepared to render appropriate music, which was interspersed by speeches Col. McKay, Captain Moffatt, Hon. II. Ross and others. The most interesting part of this por- tion of the programme, was another the plac bv thos ie of honor, and were flanked of Kitchener, French and Sunlight Soap Dainty Fine Linen These are surely worth your best care and the use of noth- ing but the soap that cannot hurt the finest fabric- Here's the Sunlight uiay: First, soap, the garment; then roll it up to soak. After a while, rinse well and the dirt practically drops oat No -wearisome-- no i-hurtfnl the-, ge.ntle. strength of Sunlight does the work almost without effort and eh- tirely without 5' Try you'll find hind tol the hands, top. The tabl (i01vn. were ai which 142 guests sat! Picture of good cheer, uown, good irub and fine (lowers. Rev. Mr. Perlev" pastor 'Of the ctinrch, acted as chairman, and proved to be perfectly Strange Man! Six Killed in London Raid London, Jutie S.-OfTictal announce- ment was made tonight that, m the Zeppelin raids of-this city -on last Mondav six persons were killed. An official' statement the day following the raid gave the number oi dcatns "tendon, June Star says: on the last occasion of the nclin raid the newspapers have been forbidden to publish any details ot the places visited or the damage done The natural result lias been the spreading of many rumors which we arc glad to say are mainly un- j "The safety oi the country is the supreme consideration, and it is re- '..ariied bv HIP authorities as neces- sary thai no hints shall he given 'ol localities reached by raiders or the. amount of damage they did. II vcrv satisfactory to report there not the shadow of a panic in .i.oimon this morning. Millions of Londoners heard of the visit. If panic is the object of the adventurer, it has once more failed completely. Docsnt he, mind ffitf the two. ladicf on STucii a day 6n, NO! no KCCPJ htj mouth .cool and tnoul witn STERLING CUM Going Rowing to-morrow? TEMPERANCE PEOPLE Warn the Public to Beware of Coercion, Bullying, Intimidation and Misrepresentation rOFRCION people Have laken advertisings from the Evince becmtse .he papen, .old space .o oppon- nls of Hie Liquor Acl. BULLYING have said papers boycotted mil of existence al lev July 21. FRECKTES Now is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots There's no longer Ihe slightest need f feeling askam'od ot your freckles. the presiirintlon double I is guaranteed to remove thescj homi'ly spots. _ Simply get an ounce of otlline double, from any druggist alii apply a 'UNO "f il nlorn" ing'aud vou should soon see ihnt even Ihe worst freckles have begun to ilis- appear, while the lighter ones vanished entirely. Jt is seldom Hint more than an ounce is nei'decj to com- pletely clear. Ihe skin ami uaiifru beautiful clear complexion. UP sure to" ask. for the double strength otl'-inc au this is soU! under "uarantce of money back if it fails to remove freckles. Sold I. II. Hlgln- botliaw Co., Ailvortlse- ,1 M The, in i foreign aclllemenU, Iheynre Idling the to th'a I Hie Liquor Acl fivc-cenl beer. lement The of the Act call upon the public In rend the Act and prove for themselves that it means: Dangerous Legislation; Class Legislation; Removes protection oflnterdicts; Places Labourers in the same category with Indians; Encourages illegal selling of. liquor; Brings heavy financial losses without recompense; Creates a powerful polilical machine; Entails an immediate loss in revenue to the province; Cm es an additional expenditure the Department of DM not the travelling public, >r lh? It is unfair, and Will encourage deceit and. bigotry. ;