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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETHBHinr.K DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 8, CLARKE C O PHONE 655. "THE LADIES' STORE" 612 3rd AVE. S- Ladies Outing Hats, Lnrgr. 'lull suuill aluiuoB In tliu very chulcnsl styles of the season, shown In splendid variety of choice, and nil spoclal vahios for Friday uml Saturilfiy. SPLENDID SAVINGS OFFERED IN THIS WEEK END BARGAIN No nci'il .for irloiiir nvlk nhoiu such us The prices toll llii'ir own economy roll ii best. Hullieo it to soy i-verv tf.-iniu'iit ;iinl evorv bit of inerclmiulise is brand new Ibis season, pun-based mo nibs ago. before the iidvauces were jiut on. and s'eliiiisr tomorrow and Saturday at splendid reductions J'rojn tbe already Time n'ow to Final Clear-Up of all the New Style Suits and Coats ALL .S2i'.5U SI" ITS for Fridav and Saturday A LI. -Si'T.riO and -s.'ii'.oO SI' ITS. Friday and ALL and SUITS. Friday and Saturday....................'. ALL :S45.00 and -SoO.IX) SILK SUITS. Friday anil AH Other Coats Manv of tliein jnsi plaeed in stock during' (be past feu days. Coverts. Silks. Hlaukei eloilis and .serges. 20 per cent off ALL SPOP.TS COATS and Lung Tailored Coals up lo 8.PKC1AL i.o 835.00 and SATIN COATS, two days' ALL SILK POPLIN COATS. Friday and Saturday ALL to S15.00 .RAINCOATS., up to 44. Friday and Saturday 20% A small ebarge .for alterations at (be reduced price. Beginning Our Introductory Sale of Summer Merchandise With rousing values from every department of tbe store.-, feniuring wide assortine.nis and big variety of choice seldom seen outside tbe larger centres. HOSIERY SALE. 25c Ladies' plain black, also fancy colors and polka dots and children's silk lisle, up to 7U. NEW WAIST SALE, Values up 10 J2.25, with convertible collars and black and white stripes, sizes 34 to 44. WHITE REPP SRIKTK. Full sweep, buitemed down from, perfect fitiing, up to 30 hicli waistband. t XEW MIDDY DKE.SSES 'Various usw styles in white, with fancy collars and cuffs iii the new wids stripes, sizes Id. and 20. S-IXCH EMBROIDERY. 25c Corset embroidery, with beadine in edge, or flowing embroidery in cambric and Swiss goods, very special. Exceptional Values in Muslins, Voiles, Piqufe, Ruffs, Oxfords, Etc- Xew Wash- Silks Plaia colors in fancy black check weaves and dainty stripes all the new colors shown. 3t> in. wide. Xew Floral'Voiles. 45c .30c Wide stripes with clusters of flowers, 40 in. wide, sky, laven- der, pink, etc., very smart goods WASH GOODS U v V Yard wide repps. Indian heads, .etc.. and u lovely variety of floral voiles, p'umes, satin jeans, iu inch widths. PIQUE SUITINGS, 40 in. wide. 35c, 45c, 50c fi. WHITE VOILES, -JO in. wide 35c, 50, 60c WHITE CREPE VOILES, 40 in. wide ...5Qc, 60c, DfMlTY MUSLINS, Checks and stripes.......25c OXFORD STRIPES, 27 in. wide, per yard.......... 60c 65c 65c 35c 20c DAIXTY FLORAL VOILES 65c Tiie prettiest dress materials shown this season, wide stripes with floral ef- fects on plain grounds. -Many new floral voiles also included. COliSET SALE. new tennis corset, also others of summer not or pliUircoutU, sizes up to 30. CREPE GOWNS, Special value in slip-over style, cut very full in body.- splendid duality, luce trimmed. RIBBED UNION SUITS. 5QC All regular ladies' sizes, wide' and tight, knee, short sleeves or sleeveless. CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS 75c to A splendid range of smart new styles, all very special values. BOYS' .JERSEYS. 35C Two to six pear sizes, navy with white collars and cuff's and white with sky. celt cGunoellur for. ihe defence. Miss Benson, witness for tbe defence, p J. H. Jones and J. W. Mc- j Donald, the prisoners. Mrs. J. W. 'Donald was policeman. The second] act was s game of cards at which one j j of the men cheats by having an ex- j jtra-ate with which lie takes a rriek, and is discovered, and the others re-j i fuse to play any more. Success at Scouts j The third act was a ladies afternoon Hold 191st Officers ja schenie to raise money for Red Cross "mrMnni purposes, another lady outlined Foremost. June entire com- t'ernie. June reception to Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. Perley, was tendered ihe What the Press Agents Say The program Trill he a most'varied oue. ami will include excerpts from many well-known operas, iu addition to many .numbers by the soloists with the company- All reserved. Heats will [sewing meeting at which they discuss-jmunity was shocked and grieved to led various topics, one of which was tne Of Perrin E.ireturm'ng pastor by the young people iday May She passed away moat unexpectedly. Peri- At Starland An exact replica of the famous Plaza de Tarqs in Seville will be seen in the i Geraidme Farrar production of her famous opera "Cannen" when this eel- "KICK-IN" One of the most touching and hu- man scenes in that appealing comedy- drama "Kick-In" comes to the i Majestic on Friday, June 9, is that criminal- hero, Chick _j----------- [awful hardships which ihe British i Macleod -June 7-On Monday even- j Prisoners in Germany were suffering Inz Jime 5th a concert in aid of the Und emphasise what a menace to British' prisoners in Germany was our country is the toman nation, given by the Choral and Dramatic j A prize of a box of chocolates was Society before a large and a-ppreciat-j offered the one guessing the word, ire audience. i Bugler H. Atkins winning- it. Mr. K. P.-McN'ick, who acted as' 'Master Edgar, dressed as a soldier of the Methodist congregation in the chairman, made a short address in which he made an appeal for those who were .so unfortunate as Into the hands of the Germans. to fail boy sang very sweetly, a sone which had been sent him by his father from ihe trenches.. ________ _______ Great praise is due the committee, The program opened.with the Mrs. J. W. McDonald. Mrs. R. Ciinn- dier's Chorus" from Faust, by the Ingnam and Messrs. J. W. Jones, and choir, which was given with great j A. H. AUham for the admirable man- spiritand was heartllv applauded. ner'ln which the entertainment was Miss Becber rendered" couple of cart-led out. The charade was corn- pianoforte solos very sweetly, while posed by .Mr. and .Mrs. J.W. McDonald tonitis was the cause, was a college educated young woman, bright, and generous'in, all her rela- tions with the people of the district. a loving mother and devoted wife. Her husband is one of the best known Sunday school room last night. There Baker'was a larse turnout and a program of songs and recitations was rendered. The occasion, was 'taken advantage ioE to present to Wm.'Dicken a memor- jia! letter upon the occasion of his re- JUrement from the leadership of the church choir, in which capacity he of Burlington. The funeral took place last Wednesday and was very largely attended. Rev. Mr. Hardy conducted the services. Amongst the floral tri- butes were those from the municipal council.- the Knights of Pythias, of which Mr. Baker is a and I sonal reminiscence of his early ac- jquaintance with Mr.'.Dicken when that I gentleman was a mere boy attending a Wesleyan church in England. Pastor i Perley spoke feelingly of his welcome {back for the fourthTy.ear by the Fernie which to leave town, turns ,to his wifeiKrani- and says: "How much, have She ebrated Lasky company photodrama is Hewes Wisn1ng to give his despicable shown (it Starland-for the last time hrotljeMn_law enough money with tonight. The reproduction was made j t'rom photographs and old drawings and is correct in every detail. j renlies; as sne draws the carefully The shawl used by Miss Farrar, the hoarded roll from her bosom, "nearly international prima donna in this four hundred. Chick.'' The sigriifi- photodraniatic production, is more cance of this little, scene goes straight than one hundred years old. It was 1.0 the heiirt and touches a responsive ters and brings the entertainment as a whole, to its acceptable high stand- ard. At the Empress Those who saw the great Red Fea- ther feature at the Empress last night will vouch for the magnificence of the ptctur.e. Cyril Scott, .who is the star in drama, is at his best best In hip. portrayal of the star in this wonderful story, which is a five-reel adaptation of Meredith, Nicholson's great novel. Charlie Chaplin completes a good pro- an heirloom ot" an old Spanish family, who, through poverty, were forced lo sell it. 'Miss Farrar picked it up in chord in every spectator. The faith- fulness of the young wife, the trust of the husband', the strong love which an antique shop in Madrid during her j makes their all strengthen the bond engagement at the Spanish can- j between them, is pictured in these two At tlie Majestic The justly celebrated New York church. The evening was wound up (Metropolitan company of Grand Opera Reeve Donohoe. remains were interred in the municipal cemetery. Miss Genge favored the audience with I The sun, of 360 was realized. ii-violin solo. Mrs. A. H. Altham sang i Mrs, C. S. Gray and Mrs. Forsler "-When the Heart is and Miss Brown left this morning to attend the (The sympathy of the whole community Vera Benson sang "It I BuiU a World I Women's Auxiliary convention at Ollt to Mr- Baker hls two for both being the possessors of Lethbndre. children in their great bereavement. pjear soprano voices. Two duets were Boy Scout Camp ___________________ piven, one "Come O'er the Moonlit: The boy scouts held a1 "camp by Mrs. R. Cunningham and j in the Boy Scouts' Hall, on June Mr. Thirkettle, who he ped to rtecor- J." Young- the other. "Where In honor of boy scouts who have join- i ate the n'Sh whoo] and to boost the ;on and led .the colors to fight for king and 191st battalion. The singing ot the .nt service of refresh- singers, together with Axel Skovgaard, all went tne famous Danish violinist, will make home with bright hopes for a proa- their first and only appearance at the perous year in the .services _pf the Majestic theatre tonight at This musical event has long been looked forward to by Southern Alberta musi- cal enthusiasts, and promises to be a j with an elei i ments by church. my by Miss Watson Miss.Hoey, both of which were en- ernpirs. There are six hoy scouts thuslastically received. A quartette j with the colors, Master "Sweet and Low" was given in a i W. Edgar, sergeant 31st Batt.; Asst. pleasing manner by Miss Watson, Mies Scout Master Beach (killed in action) National anthem brought an enjoyable evening to a close. C. H. HiU, late sergeant-major of the tt.N.W.M.P. of Lethbridge, lias been Kenson, Mr. Thewlis and Rev. C. S. AESI. Scout .Master White. 13th Ball.; [appointed adjutant of the IBlst bat- Gray; j Scouts H. Atkins. 1.3tith. II. EUear and talion. He has been nine years in _, __ f 1) X- U In her usual finished and artistic C. Edgar, 191st. Itlle H.N.W.M.P.. style Miss Muir delighted the audience Owing to the short notice the scouts I Franklin and Marion Olive left with a pianoforte solo, while Miss regretted the absence of Supt. Starnes Tuesday night for Calgary with Hoey, who. has a fweet contralto and scout commissioner. D. .1. Camp- their horses, which they have voice, sang "My Dear Soul." bell, old friends of the scouts. INVALIDED SOLDIERS RETURN Quebec, .Time batch of invalided soldiers reached Quebec last night, on board the Allan liner K. M, The party was in charge of Major Kingsford. Shortage, of rennet may cause, Fron- tenac cheese factories to close. speeches. It is in these telling touch- es, in .which the play is so rich, that makes for the compelling undercur- At the 'Orphcinn A truly splendid bill of vaudeville is that presented at the Orpheum last night and which will be seen for the last time tonight. All of the actK arc up to the mark, and the topltner, Prin- cess Ka, is superb. No oue should miss seeing this bill before it departs from the city. D. W. -McKerchar, barrister, has been unpointed judge of the juvenile rent of sympathy felt for the charac- court at Winnipeg. W1 most noteworthy event. With the company, in addition lo Axel Skov- gaard, be seen Clara Freuler, mezzo aoprauu; Florence Hawkins; soprano; Molly Byerly Wilson, con- tralto; Francis W. Cowles, baritone, and Alice McClung, concert pjanist. 'HY should you pay 8 cents, 10 cents or 25 cents for a small cake of soap that cannot be a particle DROVE HUNS INTO JAWS OF FLEET Mr. Hay played "The Lost Officers of the 191st battalion pros- very beautifully on the clarinet, were Capt. Spencer, Capt. West, "Ye Mariners of England'' WES ren- Lieut. Breck and Lieut. Bell, the lat- the choir. ter favoring the scouts with a uum- One of the best numbers on the) ber of songs. Scoutmaster W. Whit- program was the tableau, which open-1 worth was In evidence with, a few ed with Mra. J. Young, in songs and recitations, costume and waving the Union Jack' Others who part been training at Macleod for the month, .Marion .Olive's renowned 11 KITCHENER II than the 5-cent, six-ounce cake or Ivor Fiddler" is in good shape and Frank- lin's string of thoroughbred two-year- olds look fine. PROHIBITION IN NORWAY Christiana, June account of the pro-i the general strike, the government has singing a verse of "Rule Britannia" i gram were Scouts ferry, Matthews, passed a law prohibiting the sale or after ivhicb the. curtain went up and A. Watson, W. Watson, Harold Ed- i Importation ot strong liquors; wines revealed an artistic tableau represent- i gar, Donald White, Freddie Neabitt, and beers, and the shipment otliduors ing the different countries of the Al-1 and Mr. Ceo. Sparks. A number of throughout the country. The police the choir singing the chorus of j speeches were among them be-' also have been ordered to prevent the "Rule Britannia1' and "God Save the j ing Mr. .Mitchell and Mr. Sutherland, j serving of wine and beer in King." i Among those present were Mr. and i ants. A charade entitled "Menace" creat- i Mre. W. H. Aitkens, Mrn. Edgar. Mrs. ed great amusement. The onening j White and daughter, and Mrs. Mac- act was a mock court trial with Miss I Donald. Wells as judge, Mrs. H. Robb, cbun-; Scout .Master WhHworth called for tellor for the informant, Mrs. Grady, three cheers for the boys who bad the informant. Mrs. McCorraick, the j joined the colors.. Cheers were also witness for the Mrs. Faw-1given to Snout Master Whitworth and The hey to beauty's "A box of Liggetfs Chocolates" "Your sweet- heart's Sold exclunlvely- by all Rexall Drug Stores, J. D. -Higln- bothara Co., Limited, Advertlfiement. London, June miral Sir Hedworth Meux read at a public meeting today the. following letter from Vice-Ad- miral Sir David Beatty; "We drove the enemy into the jaws of our fleet. I have no regrets except for the gal- lant lives lost and for the pals that have gone and who died gloriously. It would have warm- ed your heart to have seen how the gallant Hood brought Ms squadron into action. Would to God he had been more sue- cesafu! in the general result. "We will be ready for them next time. Please God It IJB soon. The battle cruiser fleet is alive and has a very big kick in her." RED ROSE (By Robert J. C. Stead of Calgary) Weep, waves of England! Nobler clay Was, ne'er to nobler grave con- signed; The wild waves weep with us today Who mourn a nation's master-mind. We hoped an honored ago for him, And ashes laid with England's great; And rapturous mu.sic. and the dim Deep hush that veils our Tomb of State. But this is better. Let him Where sleep the men who made UH free, For England's heart JR in the deep, And England's glory is the sea. One only vow above his bier, One only oath beside his bed; We swear our flag shall shield him here Until the gives up its dead! Leap, waves of England! Boastful be, And fling defiance In the blast, Fir Earth is envious of the Sea Which Hheltofs England's dead tt i In at. six-ounce cake of Ivory Soap? Ivory Soap is as mild and as pure as soap can be. It; agrees jyitji the; skin as well as any It is the most pleasant and refreshing soap that ever entered a bath- room. Arid you get a big cake for S cents. 5C It. Made at Hamilton, Canada ;