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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. Jl'XE 7. 1917 TIIE DAILY PAGE NINE RYLANDS 'THE BUSY ST6RE Boys and Girls Pays at the Busy Store WE ARE GOINQ TO MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT TO PLEASE THE AND GIRLS ON FRIDAY AND ESPEC- IALLY ATTENTION TO THE WEARABLES THEVlwiLL 3E NEED- INQ'iVKKV PAY. THE QUOTED ARE ONLY FOR THEbE TWO DAYS. M1LADI PHONE 1ZM Scotch Gingham Our JM'riiljmMiit'of; Wuh Drluwi Tuwday, Olir< Ivt'riillMnMt of; Wuh Driuwi ___ itock find dilllll.to (It, jlrl.'of all to 14 KrC Tht ire Uo of All f.it'colors to M r t r Dainty White Dresses I Uwu.wiio -Mini Mm'be needlnj italnty White rfrtee we mijil'iek.Vou li-'eee embroidery ilylei. We'hafe ne real nice altjliei- r np Smart Baby Dresses of Voile Cute ifttlc Voile Dreetci with a fancy embrold- tor A DOLLAR. Better one. al (1.25 and J1.S8 ''Theie art our ItaoVm for the baby In tnli Specla'l Sale. Baby White Pique -White Repp and White Pique Coiti the baby! The are nicely "button-holed." Sized, emallect. up to 2 yeire. Prlcet from up to each Girls' Underwear of alnds Mrs. David Donald left iLe Qrst of e week to spent! the summer la the St. Mrs, n, Long and daughter Alleen re making a abort visit wllli relatives Taber. Tbc mcmtcrs Ihc Eastern Star ill sew at (bo Itcd Cross rooms to- orrow afternoon The tegular monthly meeting of the [ajor Jack Rc-ss chapter, l.O.D.B, MI be lu-M tomorrow at 3.30 ia the .M.CA Mr6.: section of Ihe Re- ek aus- v: 111 ucct with Mrs. 27 12th street A. north, tonight at After today Ihe Nuns lug Mission will o slLuatc'd al'428 13th street Eoulhjn ho housfl occupied, by Mre- Alvla RJp-j oy. Alre. Hlpley llio children arc eavlng nexL week to tho sum- mer'at the coast. Ilaallm and Sirs. were ic members or the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. I.O.D.E. Jn charge ol Ihrs Hud- son's Hay lea room yesterday after-; TU'ere assisted by Miss Asb- on and Alias Adeline Henderson. No matter what ilze or kind of underwear for the glrli. veits or combinations. We have It In jtKk'at like A tpeclal sale of Girls1 Black Silk Hose, worth 40c a pr. STiet to 9 only- Tn1' exceptional value buy all you can uie, For two rfayt only, a pi if 25c Hose. Supporters ..A SfXclilftale of-Girls' Black Stde In three About 50 will be on tale. Two at two prices for Friday and Saturday -Now for the Boys We have alWjya KemethlnB Interectlng and useful for the that are choien far Ihetr hard wearing qual- Itlee at well as good values. Boys' Patent Waists A Shirt Walit or two for the boyi are an absolute thete We have about 75 waltU, the Irwliible tape kind, made from fart cofor pt real si In neat strlpei In all slzei that we are plac- ing on tale for two at 69c Boys' Overalls 50c s' Khaki or nlack Drill Overalls. 2 lo 10 year sizes, will be on ror two days only at 60c pair, i A.Selected 'W Grocery List Priced Advantageously Phone 313 Holbrook's Pure Malt Vinegar Per bottle.................. 30c 25c Boys' Undershirts 29c. A'simple lot of Boys' Rilbrlggfin Undcrshlrig in sizes 28 to 32. up.to BOc fn lol. Boys' Khaki Pants 5Gc Boys' Knakl Btoomcrj, 5 (o 10 year sires, Tho Ideal pant for hot rammer days. Boys' Rib-proof Hos< 35c A double Iff black ribbed time, lial irill fire ill kinds ot service. Slwi't (89H. Boys'Jerseys to Another bfg ihlpment of the famow Si. Margaret Jerseys for boTi. Colors are greyT navy, brown anJ carfet. All nlzei now In a lock In cuamere and worsted yams. FREE 4 Tickets for TreckW Sat Mat. FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT FIVE O'CLOCK SHARP THE MAN- AOER OF THE MAJESTIC THEATRE WILL' DISTRIBUTE TO THE FIRST FIFTY BOYS OR GlRLB WITH THE SOMEST" FRECKLES, WHO LINE UP AT THE CURBSTONE AT THE NORTH SIDE OF OUR STORE A COUPON WHICH WILL BE EXCHANGED AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE FOR A FREE TICKET OOOD ONLY FOR THE SATURDAY AFTER- NOON MATINEE OF "FRECKLES" THE BIG MUSICAL SHQW. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE UNDER 12 YEAR3 OF AGE AND MUST HAVE flEAL FRECKLES. ONLY THOSE IN SINGLE LINE WILL BE CONSIDERED. RYLANDS CO. The delegalos la Calgary: al lending Eggo Baking Powder, 1 Ib. tins Each MaconochEes' Mixed Pickles Bottle ...-1............. Pimentoea In tins. Each Granulattd Sugar 20 Ib. Back Juicy Orange Per dozen MIUDlc' LaverlcU Trbra Ihe burcb of jVorlh Lcthbrldje. Sirs: Hajis _Jahreii of .Travers, Alia., leh for the Sfales on Wc'dncs- lo'attend the anDiul iieet- ne of. iho' Unlled Lutheran church, wlilch IB hclrl nl SI. Paul from June Gill lo Ilio HCri, to make a slay of ibort'three weckj.i Ihe closing exercises al' St. Margaret's College, Toronto." a 'piano solo tvas given by Jllss Uaushler of M.Vor and llrs. p. V Hardle. Miss Hirdle Is returning tbe. end 'or the raontb-to spend-.ber, vaca: tlon Tvftli lier parents In (he'cltri people" of Canada have lo Die Red Cross In moner and'supplies, and at tbnl Oie" in a' rcry IOK- was Ihe'sUtenteQt- made by Mia. H. P.-niumplrec'ol ronto, Dominion secrela'ry ol Ihc'Iled CrbsE, lii a mass mccllng of at Winnipeg. The liracllce ol raffling articles In aid o[ the patriotic and other causes was brought up al ILe session ol.the Alberta', conference branch of .the ikreihodlst Missionary cty yesterday at Calgary. The eaal-1 r.ess ot the plan and the general ac- ceptance of It as a means ol obtaining money 'or sucb purposes wag deplored by who Ihoughl It lo be re- gretted that women should thus lower their Ideals for of "money. A request that home be estah- At l.amnnt was hrourht fn and unied over to the memorial commlt- ee. The treasurer reported money sent to the general treasurer thla year o bo an increase of J71.02 over Ihsl year. The rest fund nd been given 57C.30, on Increase of 171.05 over last year. In the evening banquet was tendered Ihe visitors al Iho Ceiilral church. Report of the Nursing Mission Tor he month of May, 1011: of new patients No. 0[ old palienls j 8 No. of'Sletro. palienta 5 No. of Professional calls 134 No. of professional calls 13 No. ot relief calls... 27 No. or business calls No. of office Mils 191 No. of school calls............. '84 Total 5H No. of hours spent al school 65 No. of patients paying full fee. .7 No. of patients paying part fee. 19 No. of raUenfs' cared for free- 13 We would lo draw allcnllon to the number ot new patients -this month this -'being the' largest number the mission has ever had In any one, month. Groceries have been supplied to 11 families, milk lo 3 families, xbedlc.no for 3 pallonls, worn clolhlnp and boots have been given Lo 0 families, 4 loads of coal and 2 loads of wood were sent out water rates were paid for 3 families. ZZ calls for women for day's work 11 calls for men for lay's work were supplied; 6 calls for jutsldc nuracs were supplied. Visits are being made on all our maternity patients of the year to nslruct and assist (I necessary the care of Ihelr babies over the hot weather and also Lo find ou whether any arc siif'erJng from the milk shortage, which has been cau si orr.e anxiety, (Sgd.) A. M. T1LLEY, A resolution' favoring Ihe Immediate conscription of wealth and men be Lwccn the ages of 20 and 4o, was pass ed at the annual meeting of the Dlo cosnn Woman's Auxiliary yesterday a Tho auxiliary nlso dccldrci Itself ]n favor of a stricter 6f moving pictures In Ihc province also legislation requiring tho rcadln dil.y by the teacher of a portion of th HUthorfzcd version of tho Bible nn Lord's Prayer, without commcni In all public and high sclicmts through nul the province, ar.d thai nil' Jews in nomnn Cathollca bo granted Icaro o Eftco Jnrlrg lhal poriml, -Anothe motion fndorgcd WAS that isklniTfo the granllng ot rnanlage on! nfler ihrcc weeks' notice hud been fi en ell her throiiRh tho presft or In Ih church. It wts also decided that lh Typop-tpMCftl union bo on nirpilntlng for the dlocevt branch. Mn. W. ncrnard, who WM ,fo yetvra president for tW Ladies' and Misses Pongee Middy Suits An'ideal outing suit madfr wilh belted coat style, trimmings ''.or'awfllng stripe design in colors of. rose, green and blue. Sizes and 20. Selling Friday and Saturday at this Exceptional Birfiln Price LA-pfesi1 CORSETS iloyal Worcester and lion Ton. Back and front laced. Super- Regular up to LAI S' VOILE wllh lace and.embroidery and lace edging, -J OQ rLarge.collare. Very special........................... Strictly Fresh Eggs Per dozen Gallon Apples Per tin..... Layer Figs. Regular 25c Per Ib.................... Sardines In Tomato Sjuce 4 tins........................ Raspberry Trifle 2 pkos.................... Yacht Sardines 2 tins for Equal Egg. Equal to 6 doz eggs Tin........................ Paris Pate Per tin Bull Dog Oranges Special per dozen 28c ..........15c Lemons ofk 40c 48c 18c 25c 45c 35c Evaporated Apples 3 Ib. pkg......... Animal BlBcults. Per pkg.......... Potatoec, 100 Ibs. Sack French Bottle Acadla Cod Fish, 2 Ib. box Each Flaked Cod Fish Per tin English Tobacco Pkg. A large bottle Olive: Each Rldgway'e 5 o'Ctock Tea Per Ib...............___ lOc Ltmonads Per tin'.............. Raspberry Vinegar Bottle Loganberry Juice Bottle ..-.I........... Hudson's Bay Tea 5 Ibs. for BFack PIHed Cherries Per pkg. Grape Jufce, Qusrti Per bottle 50c 5c 2.40 15c 35c 20c 5c ,25c ..60c 25c 25c 30c .1.75 20c 45c Extra Special Shopping Induce- ments from the Househirnishings, featuring Floorcloth and Linoleums FINE .QUALITY SCOTCH FLOOR CLOTH ard, and mailing design. Exce.lenl finish and worth wide." Special Friday and FCatiirtlflv. n p OFLCLOTir 2 yards wide. Fine ranee-ol block, Moral matting anil hardwood designs. _% rr The Bame as above Per lineal yard e i -in Per sqoare' yard SCOTCH LINOLEUM Prin lud quality, 2 yards wide, hloch patterns In rcalhrown and green shades. trr The same as above- -i rn Very special, square yard Very epecial, lineal yd. liU.V KEY BORDER- LINOLEUM In brown Evades. Heavy rjualily. SIflilc in Scotland. 27 inches wide, yard' VI. ..V.'...' DSC The game as aboyo. 36 inches wldo. of Yard O J C Boot Specials Attractively Priced for Friday MISSES' TAN CALF BOOTS and lluchcr style. Sizes 11 lo 2. A splendid school bool- Friday, pair 2.99 AND BLACK ;inrt bliiober 'boots. Sizes 3 to Friday MEN'S CANY AS SHOES Sand color with leather sole ami h'ccl. Sizes 6 to 11. Friday MEN'S DB-ESS SHOES Gimmetal button or lace, blocl; toe and iddo flttlne with a com- pound iiihbor sole. A very comfortable Eboe for street weax. Special Friday, pair- wai unanimously elected honorary i for life. The prcscnla-1 oil o( a uouquel o[ red and while car- adons and .JlO fromplho delesales as made to.' Mre, Bernard by Mra. eddea. Mrs. Bernard gave Ihc money the fund for' Arcrulcacrm Tims' ousc on tliu.'Sarcec The of- cera elected for the coming year -ere: President, Mrs. A. Gerties, 'first Vice-president, Mrs. Slrt- ey HoultonJ' second vlce-presidentT tra. Tims; rebbrdlnc secretary, Mrs. [erbert J. Akltl, Calgary (acclama- corrtsnondlng 'secretary, Mrs. fccn, Red Deer trea- urer, ,Mrs. W. }I. Mitchell, Calgary Rcclamalloril; Dorcas secretary, Mrs. A. Sage, secretory-treasurer, Miss Snlrloy Sylreslcr, Calgary; ln- lan work secretaty, Mrs. Henderson, Tirce Hills; Illorature secretary, Mrs Itaverl; Laljlea' seer clary, Mra. J. E McKenzJe, Canary Jun- OTS' Mrs. Ayrca, lied Deer united IhRnkofferlng secretary, Miss Tims E Fclrograd, June go-called republic surrendered un- conditionally to Ihc provisional gov- ernment. A peace agreement- was ilgned by-Anatole Utmonoil, presi dent of Ihe Kronsladt council ot work men's and soldiers' delegates, It was negotiated on behalf of tho pro- vfslonal governmeiil by M. Tzcrtclll. minister ofjpoaU and lelcgrapha anil M. of lahor, who irrErcd In Kronsladt on Tueartfty. PROTEST CUR! ON FREE SPEECH KfinsM ItjKrr'Mo., June rcaolu (Ion protHfltiir RgilnsL the abolition or the curblnK of the rights1 of free eech wAn Adopted here today bj- tto l I DM I Women's Tnrle Union sent to Pre- enl Wilson' to .Ollawa, June' senate yes- terday Senator Krcderick Nichols ot- tered a resolution the scnstc dc- clnrc IL "expedient lo aypoinl a com mlllec to Inquire into and report upon the bbsL 'method or methods-of con- serving and Increasing our domestic and overseas trade to the end (hat our present prosperity may nol unduly suf- fer wlien the allmulus resulting from orders for trmnUlons and other war supplies la Senator Nichols said Ihnl after Ihc TTST ceases there will certainly lie a mrlcxl ol disorganization, when Ihc lance ol trade which Tor some lime pa a I has Rowed steadily In our favoi III commence to recede, Countrlei now at war, howercr, hose thai liave ucen Involvod In Eur ope, will require lo expend Inrmensi sumg In consliuctlun and ViU bccomi cus Lorn ere of tliuse coimtrlea whlcl are most ready to Bupply the require monts promptly a'nd al reason ah I prices. Ilo said thai Canada hnd 1IL- tlo experience In export but If she desires lo ahnro In the volume of business that 'will he offering over- eons "wn ran make our propositions none too soon." naked if Canada wan alule To shape her own def-tlny and hold licr own or not, "Tim war ho safd, been a lesson In tmpreiiar- cdnc99, .nnd let us take heed there- from." -Ho moved tho nppolnlment of a cominKtcc consisting of Senators Eeaubatno, lidward, Mclxcnnan, Dan- dunnd, Olllmoro and Urn mover. IN U. S. ARRESTED Now York, Juno govern- mer.1'3 ftfttlvlitos againsL fill en enem- ies, II was learned licrc today, liave resulted In nrrcsla of 141 persons In rccenl weeks.In Ihta district, which lucLudcn.pa.rt of ndrlheni New Jersey western Connellcul, "f RAIN IN. NORTH DAKOTA Fargo, X.D., June very fr heavy rain fell In North Da- fcola Sunday, .oxtcnding over the Icrrllory between Maodon to Dickinson and reports'today Indicated II waa a great toon to crops. Water stood In1 the ft streeia at New Salem.' BflRDEN'S REPLY'TO :OUawn, Juno On Juno 7lh Sir HobCTt Dordcn replied to Sir, Wilfrid Laurlcr's letter as 'follows: "Dear Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr: bog to achnow Ictlgo receipt of your letter of yestcr day In wlilch-yon set (orlb Mje sub stance ol recent negotiations reaped ing the formation of a coalition e rumen I. "AL our first Interviews you had ox- jirca.ietl tho opinion lhal compulsory serrlco should not ho enforced until I had Icen approved by a re lor ami um' or at a general H was for Tils reason (tint, I submitted the furth- er proposal on the 29th of 3 lay, which Is described In Uie fourth paragraph Rome, June 1, Tla The repulse ol Austrian attacks In force on the Trcntlno front ia announced In today's aUlcment from tho war of- fice. In Ihe sector -abort Trieste the. AusLriiDH heavily reinforced violent attacks. After an all-day tlo tfio; were repulsed completely. of your Ic-tlEr. "I that It woa (ho policy ot compulsory service which In, your Judgment made IL Impoaslblo" for, you lo Join a coal 11 Ion government. I TVRS cunvincetl Lliat compulsory service necessary and imisl he Included In tho jiollcy of tho "You, on Ihe other, dccfded thai you would not accept stich a Icy and lhal rou could nol jofn a gov- ernment which adopted U. "Yours Tl. lf. Cai4. A. Newton Cal- hna received the Military Cross lor dlsHagulahed eervlcc OD the field SUMMER SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS University of Alberta COURSES IN SCIENCE AND AGRICUuTUHe COURSES IN ART, MANUAL ARTS t. HOUSEHOLD By Special with th: Department of Mllltlj there. will alio be offered PHYSICAL TRAININQ INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE and CADET INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE .Courses are open to School Principals and from the FOUR WESTERN Application should be laler Uian June 20, U11, to De-; parCmenl of Wacallon, (on, ;