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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910. THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. Dainty New Summer Wear Xew Wash Dresses, new Wash Skirts, new Voile Waists, new Middy Waists new Summer Hosiery, Glovos, Cor- sets and Underwear in the most complete assortments it is possible to procure, and'seiling at prices lower Hum former seasons. I The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia BIk. WASH SKIRTS to Fine repps and piques, open down front or side fastening, waistbands up to 30 ins., very special values. WASH DRESSES to -Middy dresses, white voile and floral wash dresses, sizes lo 44, splendid variety. VOILE WAISTS to The daintiest styles we have over had to show, elotjo buttoning or low collars, sizes 34 to 44. SUITS and COATS 20 Off Choice of our en- tire new stock. UNION SUITS 50c to Fine ribbed, wide or tight knee, large and Email slues, special val- ues af the various prices. PHONE 1224 RED CROSS NOTES Shipment sent to the provincial branch at Calgary for the month or May: 174 suits pyjamas, 1SS surgical shirts, 9 surgeon's 30 knitted wash cloths, 12 ice bags, 108 colored handkerchiefs, 12 fomentation wring- ers, 12 binders, CO bed jackets, 1G8 day shirts (grey 132 T ban- cjages. 42 many-tailed bandages, 36 ice bag 24 surgical stockings 12 extra large pads, 24 large pads, 24 triangular bandages, 24 bed- Bide bags, 12 personal property bags, 12 helpless shirts, 12 nurses' aprons. With this shipment was sent the fol- lowing- from Milk Rivor, which the society gratefully acknowledges: 13 surgical shirts, S pairs surgical stock- ings, 1 handkerchief (cheese 1 liurae's apron and bandages. Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Kill MORE FLIES OF ANY STICK Clean to handle. Sold by al! Drug- gists, (jrocera and General Stores. Stirling, June farmers oE j the Stirling district are looking for- I ward to another prosperous year. With bumper crops like those of last year Southern Alberta will come into its own. Seeding was interrupted by the protracted rains of the last two there is'ohly a small acre-' age left for flax and late oats. The grass on the range to abundant. VTha thlsvdisirlct is the family of.6J L.' TrlgBBj'.vwuq came from California, and have settled on a half section four miles east of town. The newcomers have started building and breaking the land. The fame of Alberta has .spread, far, and with, an- other good year it is likely that .settle- ment large scale. Some improvements are noted in the town, some building in progress, and a new road connecting the old and new towns. _ Stirling-has, had tw6 very success- ful sales .recently. Everything, sold out at good figures. The fact is the farmers in .this section have plenty of money and are spending It, We noted the Hock of three thous- and sheep .belonging to R. W Patter- son moving east .on the shearing sheds.' Mr, Patterson .reports. ABSORPTION PROCESS MAKES FACES YOUNG Success has at last coaie to scien- tists who for years have sought some method of removing the outer veil of facial skin in cases ot unsightly com- plexions, which would be both pain- less and harmless. The new process is so simple, so inexpensive, the woh- der is no one had discovered it long ago. It has been amply demonstrated that common mercolized wax (sold by druggists in ounce packages) entirel." removes, by gentle absorption, the withered, lifeless surface skin, show- ing the youthful, roselike skin be- neath. The was is applied at night, like cold cream, and washed off in the morning. The absorption also cleans-' es clogged pores, increasing the skin's, breathing capacity and 'preserving tone; color and natural beauty of the new skin. A simple and harmless wrinkle-re- mover which has also proved quite successful can easily bs made at home in a Jiffy. All one is to dissolve'announce of powdered saxo- lite in a half pint of witch hazel and batlie the face in the solution once a day for awhile. After the --very first application, the finer lines disappear and the, deer ones soon vertisement. Tho Junior Mission Hand oC St. Andrew's church will meet tonight at 741 17th Street North. Mr. Layton Invin of the univer- sity battalion, Edmonton, fs spending a few days with his father, .Mr. W. II. Irwin. Miss "Mildred Ham hi y, who nan been spending a few in the city, returned to her home in Calgary to- day. Mrs. Shfvlcy of Kort Ilenton, Mont., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Li. 0. Brown, returned to her home this morning accompanied by her grand-daughter. Dorothy. f Rev. Wm. Buchanan and Mrs. Bu- chanan, who ha've been quests at the home of their son, W. A. IJuchanan, M.P., for some months, left yesterday for'Calgary and Edmonton. Miss L. Slarges, who is leaving with her mother for England on June 17th, gave a farewell party last evening. [Music and games were enjoyed. Mrs. J. G. Barr expects to leave for ISng- land on the same boat. The Companions of the Forest held a very successful meeting and intila- tion last night in St. Mary's hall. At the conclusion of the meeting an hour was socially spent playing whist. Prizes were awarded to, first, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, and consolation, Mrs. A. Holmes and Mr. Frances. A dainty supper was served at the close of the games. Roberta McKay gave a birthday party yesterday to her many friends at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. D. It. McKay, 222 2nd Avenue South. The guests werb: Mrs. S. McKay, Mrs. J. McCarthy, Mrs. M. Thomson, Mrs. C. Foster, Mrs. T. Bernier, Misses Dora Chaplain, Alice Chaplain, Doris j Neveri, Lydia Hardy, Winnie Viola Lee, Elsie Burdett, Yvonne Ber- nier. Miss 13. Thomson served the, tea and Miss'B. Brown served the jellies. All had a very enjoyable time. a rather trying lambing season on ac- count severe-weather, but the wool clip as good and the price away up.. All .the range' stock is looking Highly Important Auction Sale of VALUABLE tURMTURE TO BE HELD On MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 12th CQMMERCIN.G. AT> ,9-30; 0'CLdCK A.M. SHARP. ON THE PREMISES, 4TH AVENUE SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Captain L. M. Jolmstone to sell bv public auction'and without reserve the contents of his WELL-FURNISHED RESIDENCE And in part comprising; the following: DINING ROOM Set of eight veiy fine mission pak dining chahfc (six smaller antl two arm) very massive mis- sion oak buffet with heavy brass mountings, mis- sion oak dining, table-to match; mission oak din- ner wagon, mission oak China cabinet with lea'ded glass front. DEN FURNITURE Heavy, mission oak morris chair, upholstered in solid leather, rocker to match, grass chair, very fine library table in mission; any occasional'table; mission1 oak leather chair; magazine'cabinet'in mission nak.: BEDROOM; FURNITURE Very handsome; solid mahogaiiy dressing table, nicely carved, two mahogany bedroom' "chairsY solid brass hed, with spring Ostermopr .'inftt- 'tress, olegant mahogany' secretaire, solid' nia-' hbgany dresses, Princess design, with solid brass bed with.' springs and solid hair mattreas, toilet ware, etc. Wicker- ilpholstered in eight grass" chairs and two tables, solid mahogany music .cabinet. DRESSING ROOM Mahogany round table fitted with revolving book'stand, grass easy chair, splendid lounge in mission oak, upholstered in solid leather, easy .chair in walnut, upholstered in tapestry, solid ;mahogany chiffonier, solid mahogany foot stool. AND ALSO Wilton and Axminster rugs, Singer sewing machine -fitted with electric motor, Rem- ington hammerless gun, 12 bore, in splendid or- tier, ladies' and gents' riding saddles, very good refrigerator, porcelain lined, malleable steel .range, quantity of preserved -fruit, jama and .pickles, books, pictures and prints, brass jar- dlhieres and ornahiients, about five dozen vari- ous glasses, aluminum kitchen ware, enamel- ware, crockery and''dishes in great variety. NO RESERVE, "Owing'to the'great number of lots the respectfully re- qiiosts a prompt 'attendance. What the Press Agents Say At ttic Empress The feature at the Empress tonight is the Red Feather production, Lords of High Decision.. There is also a Chaplin comedy'.' At tile Majestic One of: t'.ie most important musical events in the history of Southern Al- berta visit to the-Majestic theatre on Tmij-EdayY June 8th, of the noted-New Yock Opera nvitlL which-is also, appearing tliis season Axel Skovgaard the celebrated Danish violinist. This famous" virtuoso uses almost costly j Stradlvarius violin ia his recitals, j the value of-his instrument ed at thirteen, thousand dollars. The! remarkable musical conibinatioa with the company includes -Skovgaard, .'Miss Alice McClung, pianist, Florence Haw- kins, soprarl, Clara Freuler, mezzo- soprano, Molly Ryerly Wilson, .con- I tralto and "r. Cowles, bari- tone. The full program will be pub- lished before the date on which they I are to appear here. Mail orders seats are now being received by the management of .the Majestic', At Starland The greatest production ever seen on the scrpen Hill be the attraction at and Thursday Farrar, the celebrated operatic prima-donna will appear in a film version, of her famous opera, produced by the; Jesse Laskv -company isar Ckase c- Sanborn's Coffees have been dependable for more fifty IB J4, 1 a F liton. nd pi-.ui-.-J cans. -Ier Today's iidvurtisi.'iruMil is only the forerunner of a series nf rln.ily store iiows items ('oiling you of Hio many that are arriving by ex- press almost overv morning. Von will IK; in every line tliat is mentioned in these daily slore bullrtins for the goods advertised are sea- sonable, and above all, reasonably priced. Hundreds of New Wash Skirts Ready for Thurs.-Priced from to We have now what wo believe to the finest lot of wash skirts ever shown in this city. The materials in tlicj lines ;it 91.H5 and are repps, piques nnd drills. Sotnn with pockets, belts, others in plainer styles with pearl buttons down front. Hues aL como in cotton corduroys, fancy gaberdines, and black and whito chocks. Mut the real smart skirts, those at and como In white cord velvets, that will wash, the styles arc right, clever and smart. Sizes from 2U to liO in nearly every line. Another Shipment of Jack Tar Middies in Repps, Drills, Jap and Pongee Silks UOO Middy blouses now in stock, the new striped middy-waists at new Jack Tar middies in white in plain or Norfolk styles, a silk middy in heavy white Jap silk at and natural pongee silk middies at Silk Middy Ties 35c. 50e Middy Laces, 3 for 25c 39in. Pussy Willow Taffeta Extra wide black taffeta silk, splendid weight for dresses, etc., black only. This is something extra special par yard Tub Silk for Waists, etc. These wash silks cojne in the new stripes In al- most ovcry color, They in alee serviceable, Btylish blouses at a moderate coat, prices start at per yard v 1 Newest Wash Materials at Very Attractive Prices If you would Jike to see the finest lot of novelty musUns ever brought to this city, take a peep iuto our big show window, when you are down town tomorrow. What you see there is only an index to the big display inside. We these lines exclusively in Lethbridge. RADMOOR VOILES, in plain colors, per yard.......... 35o TISSUE CLOTHS, neat Flower designs, on sale 35c "TUSSAH a new cloth, resembling pongee, yd. 75c PIXIE GRENADINE, in 5 delicate colorings, per yard Sic Fancy Muslins, 10 different lines, on sale, per yard 15c "RADIUM 42 inches, plain colors, a yard .....95c SILK REPPS, tan, pink, etc., special........... 65c' 2 New Lines of Corsets on Sale Tomorrow Only REDUCING CORSET, made from heavy white coutll, well boned, bust, relief bands at iront, with elastic bandlets at back, an ideal corset for stout sizes CA 23 to 30, priced at...........'. LACE FRONT, for average flg- ure's, has the new Walonolm filling that wfll not break or rust, bust 3 inches AA' high, sizes 20 to 27; extra value at June White Sale Specials MERCERIZED REPP, white only, 36 inches wide, very fine quality, per yard MIDDY CLOTH, heavy white twil- led material, 36 inches OC- wide, on-sale.per yard fayC WHITE yard wide for separate wash skirts, A r extra special value flfcOC WHITE GABERDINE, finest-qual- imported Eng-, fn land, 36 in.-cloth, a yard'Dvv WHITE PIQUE, 20 inch quality at 28c a- yard, 36 inch Cn quality, heavy weight at tJvC WHITE DUCK, fine mercerized finish, 30 inches wide, extra special at Many New Waists Now on Sale for the first time White Gloves "Niagara Maid" white silk gloves, double tips, something real nice, fancy stitch black braid backs, just re- ceived good value at Fancy Dust Caps Made from flowered'_ others rlDbon trimmed, regm- lar value is 25C; :your choice of 2 each STRIPED VOILE WAISTS, the new stripes in black, mauve, orange, pink, sky, or white, on. a fine voile, low collars, sizes up to 42, extra tl CA special value at.. WHITE SILK WAISTS, neatly made with pin tucks down the front and. back, new. sleeve, heavy" white Jap silk, all, sizes WHITE CREPE WAIST, made from a design especially se- lected by us. The material is a splendid white crepe de chene, sizes up to AC 42. Priced at..... Children's Rompers Children's Rompers from 'heavy colored crepes, giHffhams, etc., sizes' six- years, extra valfc 'at 50c The July Home Journal Patterns are now on Sale Co. "The Busy Store" In securing the apeparance of Miss Farrar before the motion picture cam- era the Lasky company scored the greatest coup in the history of the motion oicture industry. This dis- tinguished international artist tad held herself aloof from scores of flat- tering offers to appear before the cam- era until she was approached- by a representative of the Lasky organiza- tion. In Miss Farrar Is seen as the hell-wild, fascinating gypsy, who is the head ot a band of smug- glers. How she leads one man to death and another to ruin and is her- self stabbed by a jealous lover, are but incidents in this thrilling five reel picture. The bull fight scenes were specially staged by a. company of'Toreadors brought from Spain and with bulls brought, from Mexico. Over people took part in the scenes at the arena.1 cast' to.' support .Miss' Farrar .-aslselected-from the most promirant and capable artists in the country. WrMace Reid, one of the most proiuin- eM stfirs in the country, plays n J03C Pedro De Cordoba, leadiag rn for Margaret Angiin, is seen as the Toreador, William Elmer, Anita Jeamio Macpherson, H." B. Carpenter and other members of the Lasky all- star stock compfiny are seen in strong roles. "Carmen" is considered, the last word in photodramatic development and will only be seen at Starland Wed- nesday- and Thursday. .At the Orplieum Manager Chas. Hanson of the Or- pheum theatre la patting himself on Mm back on account of the good show tie has booked in for Wednesday and and Chaa. Is justly entitled to a few "pats" for the show is cer- tainly the best that baa been seen at, the Orpheum this season. The show opened with its-usual good photoplay, and was followed by Lamb's Manikins, a style of act so popular in England. Lamb's little animals do everything that any human being expected to do, possibly his Harry Lauder'is the biggest of all the others, but the chor- us numbers were clover. .Lamb cer- tainly has the best marinette act ever seen in Lethbridge. Hayes Wynn, singing and dancing, are a well re- membered London success. Their dancing is of the hard shoe style and perfectly done. Miss Wynn waa the hit of the evening with her impersona- tion of Vesta Tilly, the great English comedienne, singing Miss Tilly's big success, "On the Strand. Hayes _aud Wynn are the first real English turn seen here for some time. Princess Ka, the beautiful vampire dancer, closed the show with the most beautiful classical dancing act yet seen here. From an artistic stand- point the Princess la a finished artist. Her Spanish dance and Oriental was best liked by the big audience, but, the wood nymph is too beautiful to! be overlooked, and Gertrude Hoffman had best look to her laurels In this line. Princesa Ka is assisted by her American dancing programed as Gertrude Selby, who looks enough like the movie star to be one and the same. Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. Panamas Ea. A Line of Trimmed Hats 1-2 Price A Line of Flowers 25c Ea. A Line of Untrimmed Shapes 20% Off Lethbridge Millinery Ltd. PHONE 487. L. A. MANAGER 514 4TH ;