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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915 THE DAILY II E U A L D PAGE SEVEN Rylands Co., The Busy Store DOLLAK-A-MINUTE SALE TONIGHT This is "Dollar. the Busy Store, and there are scorn of bargains at that are worth up to Tonight we aim to take a Dollar a Minuto for two until 9.30-and with bargains like these we should turn the trick nicely. DOLLAR SPECIALS DOLLAR SPECIALS mn o C1 QQ 8 yards of Jiadaiiolmn or Eng- lish Lougclotli for Colored Hilk finest IIy; also Shol Silk fl? fit for a yards'2 yard wide ftjl Dleachert Shoollng.. -VW S yards of wide while Saxony reg. 10, _ fast lllaci; -ine Crepe Night Uowus, slip Seamless Hose f I 1 for iiiiiD Bill and Ethel, in "Bill Spoils a urere up to their usual lively triokB. :-Tlie Lyric Quar- tetle will sing; the Puesy Cat" again'tonight. Talten in jail, it is1 as good, a general program J.'as offferfd. f. The feature for Afonday and Tues- j day will ibe Broiison Howard's society produced un- der the direction of Daniel Frohman, with TjTone Pow.e.r In the The play in an expose of the" shams of modern society, and Mr. Howard is in a position to whereof he writes. TRAVEL FESTIVAL Grave and, gay, light ,and serious, and running the ontire ffaniut hu- man endeavor, activity, and. achieve- ment is the of Howe's New York Hippodrome which to the Theatre on June 21 and 22 for Its, first ment in this oH'y, biit.with a recwd of semi-aunual angageMents in about 600 other citiea for 20 yean, and an annual patronage of over people. .H to wive the problem for stay- at-homes of: .acquiring world-know- ledge and travel, pleasure in a most simple '--way. H brines the world to them. Howe's: staff 'of camera men search out the world's highways and np this bit of curious sight, this Then ,all are walded The Ladies nf llic Victorian Orangr lodge will hold an iw cream social on" the lawn uf (ireru Uablcs, thi1 home of Mrs. Ahulkr, jr., -1th Ave. S-, Tuesday Mrs. "i Lefhhridgc. and her little son, Millon, arq the Riiests nf Air T S. i-.iiiv'rti'iis ;iiid wards, 'Seveivtii avrhtie ;ary Herald. The- NreiJIe-work club will inret 7t'n Ave., on e home A. Mlicliell, Hith treet Nortli7' next Thursday after- vour cameras. The AlherU'bnincii uf the Woman's Missionary Society, of iho Metluidist church has he'eii meeting in Edmonton this week. Twelve auxiliaries.reporL-ed a dR- crease in membership.' Madcoit branch Weed Eradicator Proves Success The new patent weed cradicator was tried out by its inventor, Mr. Patton, cm Thursday and al traded a great deal of interest the far- mers. Tlie tests took place in a very bad thistle patch on the licrrv farm ill the Coaldale district, and on ac- coun't of. llic rain ami wet ground (lie machine.'did not get a fair trial. However, as it was it demonstrated that it is a success as a weed de- stroyer. Mr. I'atton will give the machine a more siiilable demonstra- tion next week, probably Tuesday morning, weather permitting. After Supper Tonight Come to The Bay for These Specials on Sale Tonight-7.30 to 10 p. m. 90c. These Lovely New House Dresses, Tonight at Our Ladies' Hoaily-to-Wear SeiVlion it ulatlim on sulo tonight of Ladies- llnus" DresMs, matin bl' Scotch Prlnls. Nwu stripe's in him1, clark.hliic-.anU black J 90c i i i i more reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs. Simply use rea- sonable care in making, and start with SEAL BRAND more Minis trebU'd its me in her ship from 2-) to 7S, Tlie shiUsiics for ihe province show aiisiliurii'S increase of 3 aTiniiiil' increase of 37 life memliLTS 223, increase of 38; total membership increase of 65-; cradle roll 370, increasn of -ill. Tlio treasurer's report showed that' the receipts were and there was a balance in haml of S299.87.! Tlic receipts showed a decrease of; over those of the previous I year, but this was not due lo a rie-; in the regular contributions, as large domiiions were given to the building and furnishing of the new: Huthcnian home, Erimonion, during 1913-11. Of the receipts, was con-i tributed by diixiliarics, S717.05 by! mission circles 'and by mis-! sion bands. The amounts raised by the various i auxiliaries the following Lethbridge: Wesley, West-! J minster1, SS6.I5. Hincher Creek; Alaelcoil, S133.-IO Clares- holm, Medicine T-tal, Nanttiii.-jil9.15 High River, J35 j Cdaldale; 534. I j Ati-'a meeting committee -oti tiic local branch of ihe .Red- Cross j society held yesterday- it was de- j send to heariquarlers to'wardb' (lie general fund of the so-i Lhc ftlier.of the wounded, i A also .se.t apart j fqr use, of the ladies' committee to j purchase 'material The commiitcp. oi thft local'branch) would lik't1 to cail the attention of j the people of Lethbridgc to the fact that ,wc have a branch installed Jen beds in 'Ihc.-'Olivcttcii' hospital in tJngland this devoted.en-! tircly to the care and nursing of the; Canadian wounded. as staled t above, is required .per annum for the] lip-keep of each bed. Anyone desirous' of contributing' this amount will pleasr send to the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. :W. R. Scatle. Imper- ial Bank, hethbi'idgc. The. committee i also feel that the special appeal for, old linen should be.- brought to the j I attention of all interested in the com-! j fort and welfare of the Canadian: wounded, of whom there are now j j large numbers. Parcel's can be ar-' I ranged to be called for at each home j by may he left at j at. the room of the. society in Acadia block, HM been Canada's favorite yeast [ot more than forty years. Enough for 5c. to produce 50 large loaves of fine, wholesome nour- ishing hotoe made bread. Do not experiment, there is nothing just as TOROHTO, ONT. WINNIPEG MONTOEA MADE IN CANADA Lovely New Silks, A Good iiualily Suit. Cases, strong matting, all odgss Jxmndi leather corners, neat brassed lock and fittings; lined. Regular S'-'.2Tj for 89c The Men's Section Offers Tennis Shirts at 'A new-shipment-of these Men's Tennis and Outing Shirts has just nrriral. Fine white material with collar and soft cuffs attached, values for.............................. New and Stylish White Canvass Oxfords, Per pair Women's '.White -Canvas Oxfords, blucher style, leather soles. Very smart .and dressy shoe for the summer and holiday QQn 99c season. Sizes 3 to 6. Regular for Specials CUT Carnations, Tulips. Marguerites, Iris and Gladiolas; (i for... fcWW POTTED PLANTS Lovely Ferns and Potted, Plants SHEET MUSIC! 5c 50 Copies of Popu- lar Slicet Musif, oc PPF Copy. Hudson's Bay Co. Farewell Given CoolhurstMen Cos-llmrst, AltlC.V June Buchanan, who is .leaving for Calgary shortly to take an officer's training course, with it view to soing to tlie froirt, and Dr. Rose, who is to.lie mar- ried, some time tuiH mouth, were en- tertained at a delightful reception giv- en'hv the Oddfellows last-nielli. McNeil, on behalf of the Oddfellows, presented Mr. Buchanan with a case of uipes. and on behalf 01' the local anibulanc.e corps presented r. Rose with a sine and tonacco pouch. Fit- ting repfies of appreciation "Were made ihe recipients of'the'tokens of ap- preciation. :The following -programme 'of; musi- cal numbers was given: Overture, F. Smith and .1. .1. Ec- clestau; J. Loughron: violin solo. .1. I. -McDonnell: song, W. .Mc- Donald: EOUg.-F.'Barringham. After the -prosramme was over daintj refrBslime.nts were served and a'l'oily dance closed- the evening. FIRST OF THIRD ARMY ARRIVES London, .luue first units of the third Canadian contingent, com- prising principally a Winnipeg bat- 48Ui Highlanders, of Tor- onto, and reinforcements for the Prin- cess -reached Shorncliffe, last night. General Steele. has re- turned after visiting the .-Canadian headquarters. 11D RllSlE IE A good teef "A dentist may prescribe (Adv. June 4th, "The Liquor Act institutes a s> stem similar to that recently re- jeeted by Russia." Adv. Ittlo.) "These statements arc false." V (-Teinberance Adv., in Edmonton papers.) The Temperance'people declare that the Lin nor Act. Is not similar to Russia's recently rejected svstem Russia wiped out a government monopoly of the sale of alcohol. The Liquor Act gives the :Alberta Government a monoply of the sale of all liquors sold m tho -province for medicinal, scientific, sacramental ar.d mechanical purposes. ,_ Is this not similar? The Temperance people say that, a dentist cannot prescribe liquor for n patienl, and then in the same paragraph says a dentist can give to a patient. t la not "Giving" to a patient the same as pre scribing? Tlie Licensed Victuallers Association will conlrilmte One Tlious- Dollars Io the-Soldiers' Kclit-f .FuncVor any worthy charily ilr the Liquor Act'has no similarity lo the system re.-eutly -repudiated Russia, and if a dentist cannot, by the presenlic liquor; for a pa- tient, Tlic Temperance and -Moral Heforni League ill donale a similar sum to a similar purpose if tlie slaterrienls of ihe Licensed Victuallers Asso- ciation quoted above are held by any unprejudiced judges lo be correct. ;