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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSOAY. JUNE 8, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE UNRESE THE THE R Finest, Largest Ready-to-Wear Clothinj UNSURPASS STOCK OF STORE ?s and Ladies' Furnishings, Shoes etc. GAIN OFFERINGS At no other place such hfirgains. Compare will look bigger' -tho next 10 days than they will for many a day. They look bigger to us and will buy more for you. Hundreds of people saved last week tit our expense. We wrap- ped up goods faster than ever before. We speak honestly, we speak within bounds when we say that the people of the Letb- briclge district never had a better chance of saving than they have with this stock absolutely price-wrecked. .Plan to be here during the next 10 days. PRICES ARE CUT TO THE 'CORE' OF COST. THE SALE THAT PUT THE WORD 'GAIN' IN BARGAIN LADIES' SHOES The famous Walk- O.v'er Shoes in pat- ent, kid or gunmeLnl High qr low shoes, regular Sale LADIES' TAN SHOES AH our stock of Walk-Over, high and low shoes, regular and-16.00, while they last Sale BLOUSES SLIPS A new range to choose from, regu- lar values and and no equal for style; Sale WOMEN' HOSE Our leader for years none better on the market Tor 40c, silk- aline and lisle. Sale price 25rj SILK BLOUSES Don't miss this range of beautiful waists. Too many styles to describe, j all crepe and a few messaline. Many j shades and styles, regular to Sale No better styles shown this season, and better voiles than ever shown anywhere for Sale CORSET COVERS Six styles and good values at 40c. All BU- SS and a large, quan- Sale price 25c WOMEN'S HOSE Radium silk hose, every pair guaran- teed, white, black or tan, regular 7oc Sale price 50c BOYS' ROMPERS Lovely soft duck, al- so crepe, plain and stripe effects, well worth a dollar, sizes age 2, 4 and 6 Sale price 05c NIGHTGOWNS and UNDERSKIRTS Come early for this lot will go quick, no description needed Sale BOYS' SUITS Worsteds and tweeds, plain or Nor folk styles, in a v a r i.e t y of shades', sizes 8 years to 16 yrs., wonder- ful values Sale Exceptionally good worsteds in neat stripes, Five pock- ets and belt loops. Made to fit and wear, reg. Sale NEW HATS Fine shape Pana- mas, Stetson's 'new felts, all shapes and shades, yotir choice Sale .113.85 MEN'S TIES Tweeds and Wor- steds. Neat pin stripes, good every- day pants. All sizes and shades, values and 53.00 Sale WALK-OVER SHOES Your last chance for such fine quality shoes, none better at Sale New shapes and shades to suit every- body's taste. AH kinds of siiks, regu- lar Toe and 85c Sale price 50c I SLATER SHOES j Years ago you could not buy such at All shapes, button or lace, Sale 3.95 'LEATHER BELTS The new buckle and solid leather, strona and durable, all shades and sizes, .regular to 75c Sale price 45c Lisle; Cashmere or cotton, reg. 40 Sale price 25c Pure silfc and finer cashmere, all shades and sizes, reg. 75c Sale price 50c DRESS SHIRTS Very neat designs and plenty to chooia from, soft detach- able collars and French cuffa, regu- lar J1.25 Sale price 85c FINE HATS New shapes and in straws of >11 ihkdes, reg. values to Sale THESE BARGAINS WILL BLAZE A TRAIL INTO COMPETITIVE HIGH PRICES. LOOK THEM OVER! LADIES' SUITS Distinctive in style and individually curt. A most comprehensive se- lection of new spring creations and materials. All sizes and shades. Reg. prices 125.00 and 127.50. While they last -Sale price LADIES'SUITS Our'Special at Women's high class suits. This season's most fashionable styles comprise quality and materials sure to please all who see them LADIES' DRESSES Now is the time to get a good choice. Space does not allow us to give them "a fair descrip- tion. Just see them and try oh a few. All sizes, styles and colors, at sale prices MEN'S SUITS' We lay special emphasis on this lot in blue, grey brown. They are the strongest line of well made suits in our store. None better at ?20.00 anywhere. Full range of sizes in .many shades. Sale price THE ROYAL STORE at J27.50 and While they last I Lethbridge Alberta OUR SPECIAL These suits will make the best dresser proud to wear. They are twee to wear. They a r e tweeds and worsteds, also serges, plain and novelty effects. The newest cut for young men and more conservative cut for 'older men. Good values at .'Sale price FASHIONABLE Consisting of a tremen- dous lot of young men's styles, and all sizes for men who want to keep young. The climax for woollen and tailoring. The beat that 52! and 127.60 can buy. All shades and sizes. Why pay more. Look them up Q 7 C at Sale price...... The following are the district chair- men; .district financial secretaries and district Sunday school secretaries re- spectively, appointed by tho Alberta Conference before closing yesterday: Medicine S. Tuttlc, E. J. Hodgina, Chas. Bishop. H. Cobblodick, J. B. Francis, 'Thos. Philps. D. Richards, W. T. Young; W. E. McNIven. High B. Gordon, S. S. Peat, S. H. Irving. Webster, C. Easom, D. Simpson; THIS FREES YOUR SKIN K FROM HAIR OR FUZZ (Toilet Tho method here suggested for the removal of superfluous hair Is quick and certain and-unless the growth la extremely stubborn, a'single applica- tion dope tho work. Make, a stiff paste with some powdered dolatone and wa- ter; 'apply this to the hairy surface and after about 2 minutes rub it off, wash the skin and the hatra are gone. To avoid disappointment, be sure your dniftglst sells you Powell, R. W. Dalg- leish, E. S. .Bishop. Red E. Finley, G. D. Arm- strong, A. AV Lytle. Lacombe Wm. HolHngsworth, J. W. Wilkin, W. L, Bradley. J. Haggith, M. L. Wright, R. G. Burgoyne. E. Galloway, G. P. Driver, L. S. Wight. Edmonton; A. Lewis, J. H. Johnston, F. J. Johnston. C. Anderson, E. T. Scragg R. H. Brett. G. Webber, J. G. God- dard, C. G. Hockln. H. Roe, M. Ing, C. E.. Rogers. Peace F. Hopkins, H. L. Dougan, G. A. Kettyls. K. Swenerton, .W. G. Shaw, W, H. Day. B. Argue, G. H. El- liott, E. P. Kemp. Button, W. H. Pike, F. W. Armstrong. The next'place of meeting was not chosen, but tha date'and place of the 1917 conference will be fixed by the conference special committee which is composed of President G. G. Web- ber, Secretary T.'D. Jones, Superin- tendents of Missions Buchanan' and Earner, and the chairmen of districts in the above together with the following lay'-'delegates; 'W. G. Hunt, J. B. Bull, C, W. Leonard, G. W. Smith and Dr. J. H, Rivers The morning session yesterday was crowded with mftjor reports, and also with a ministerial aessfon dealing with matters Of discipline. Just before noon balloting ,6n .the election of dis- trict chairmen- for the .coming year took place, ,but the results were not announced at the time of adjourn- ment. Reserve delegates on the general conference delegation- arex Rev. J. P. Berry and ROY. L. H, McDonald. Lay delegates on the same delegation arc Dr. Archer of Lamont and J. E. Bull of Calgary. The original delegates were named two years ago. It was decided that ministers mov- ing to new fields will be responsible for the work in their old fields for two Sundays only after conference rises, so that they will be in their new pul- pits on June 2Gth. At Tuesday afternoon's session the following motion was unanimously adopted: "That this conference has heard With pleasure the greetings of tiie general secretary oE'the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform league, A. W. Coone, and we hereby desire to express our heartiest confidence in the work of the league, and we also pledge the league our support in its future work." PRISONER OF WAR FUND NOTES The committee in charge of this work acknowledge with many thanks tho following donations: Food and comforts, Mrs. Maynard, Mrs. Connor, Mr. Arthur Higinbotham; money. Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Holt, Mrs. (jfllbraith, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs, liallidny. A donation.of money is be- ing forwarded to the Canadian Red Cross to provide bread for sis prison- era for a month. Owing to the length of time necessary for parcels from Canada to reach their destination, It is impossible to Include bread in the shipments. This difficulty has been J overcome by various reliable organiza- jtions fonvardlnpc money'for this purr iposo to certain Swiss who send the bread direct to Gorman prison camps. Many returned prisoners have said that tho bread is regularly re- ceived, and much appreciated by the men who, hungry as they often are, never enjoy the sour black broad pro- Tided at the camps. MEMORIAL TO EARL KITCHENER London. June memorial se-- vice to Earl Kitchener will be held ii1 St: Paul's Cathedral, June 13. Kin? George: and Queen Mary will attend the service. Lieut.-Col. A. W. Tanner, M.D., Mbosprain, died from wounds in France. .Hotels near Camp Borden, Ont., will remain open, but will be out of bounds to soldiers. An encouraging report was heard at.the W. A. convention this morning when the Mrs. Mitchell, read her annual report and told that all pledges had been met and there were no bills-to be paid. There is a balance in the" bank of A year of great work was reviewed when Mrs. Stavert read her report as literature secretary-treasurer. Eleven mission study classes have been held during the year The sale of W A. literature has been four times as-great as in previous years This branch also has showed a balance on the: right side. Brief reports were read on the extra cent a day work and the united thank offering. This latter, work amounted to this vear The money is snt every third jear to the triennial meeting of the .general board and is used to defray the expenses of train- ing missionary candidates, Mrs. Houlton read a splendid report on the work that is being carried on for the Indians and gave" detailed re- ports of the the Black- foot reserve, the Peigan reserve, the Blood reserve. A service of intercession by Rev. W. V. McMillan arid the revision of the pledges. and grants concluded the J morning session. U. S. UNABLE TO IMPORT ANY MORE' GERMAN. GOODS. London, June 6 ie announced that no more permits will be Issued; by the British government for the inv portation of German goods into the United States. The only goods al- lowed to pass recently have been :a- few consignments of dyes for the ex- clusive use of the United States ernment .printing office in the manu- facture of bank notes. It is probable .that there will be further exceptions of this character. Assurances -have been furnished by Washington that the dyes are .for government purposes only. Before prohibition came into effect in Manitoba, a dozen Winnipeg went into liquidation, Hugh McLean, C.N.R. agent at Glad- stone, is dead. He was a'na- tive of Orillia, Ont. GERMAN BATTLESHIP POMMER Admittedly sunk by British torpedo boats during the night engagement of the ;