Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
T HE II B111 T) G E T) AILY HEUALt) Reminder or Sterling Qualities in All-Arotmd Sale -ALL AROUMD Many now and spenally im.Thased lines have Just i.eeu p.ami h. In.ereHt to his execntional saving event, and throughout entire sh-rks you'll iin.l seores saving needs During .This Sale ALL AROUMD EXTRA Half Price "All Suits and Coats of every description. 45 INCH EMBROIDERY FLOUNGlNGS Qgg Regular and lovely fine SwisB, goods ill exceptionally designs, very elaborate, embroidery work and splendid wearing edges; a greal variety of patterns to choose from. EIGHT TO TEN INCH tMBROIDERY EDGINGS gj, Regular 15c, 20c and 25c values A treat clean up of this entire Block including something like I wo thousand Tnhls-splen'dl.l cjualily Edgings with insertions lo match, all wonderfully cheap. EXTRA Wash Dresses Styles 20.% -O Great Value 25c Worth up to 45c Hest Taffeta, Rntin DiK-hesse -and Jloire up to ins. 'wide, in all colors; y Fine Quality Worth up to Yard wide, showing all col- ors, plain and many newest, stripes as well. Splendid Linen Damask 65c Regular 90c value Full bleached, B7 inches wide, heavy weight, splendid to wear. Pure Linen Table Xapkins Regular dozen Gnod ouality. pure linen. -'2 Inch size; hemmed and ready for use. All Around Annual Whitewear Sale 20r; off and many extra values at a .Tliird to a Hall' less Ihau res'iilar. downs selling seMi'iU' ;it. .'.jjjj-OO Uo'vns. scllin.u- Hi-- scliinir at Fuilerskirfs Uiiilorskirts al. 32-00 Princess Blips Princess Slips at.....32.40 All Other Lines 20fr Off. GREAT VALUE IN NEWEST WASH "GOOD'S Voiles, Silk Mulls and'Crepes up to ;of dainly illt Lisle Hosiery-some Silk'Bool- Hosiery colors. Very Cheap "Entice Stock up to The Bell, dome and regu-. jar 'shapes in plain and fancy_ .Bilks'anil all colors. Sale of Brassieres. 65c '-Regular value new styles em- broidery or lace trimmed, hook: ed front or belt adjustment.., Special Wash Goods 1 Gloves 75c Regular Black, white, Ian, grey, and pink, all .heavy silk with double lipped .fingers. EXTRA Half Price All the New Trimmed Hats without reserve Regular value Made of good weight- coutil in a medium figure mnd.el.. very serviceable and splendid fitting. Great Dress (foods Bargains 95c Regular 75c value Splendid quality tight, or loose knee, short sleeve or sleeveless; sixes up to 40.- Worth up to Middy Waists, also new style Voiles and Crepes in low or high buttoned collar. 7 i. A ft CLARKE Skirts and Waists including all the new styles BIDE EIBBON COfFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee and, .-'.5-.. Baking Powder Blue Ribbon perfection has been attained by years of care- -flit 'study. There is no "just as good.'' Insist on Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea, Baking' Powder, Spices, Jelly Powders" and Ex- tracts. They are guaranteed .io give perfect satisfaction. Ten Inches of Moisture-Change Name of the Canadian Mounted Rifles Dates Set for Cases In District Court June 16, fi vs. Mun- -cmi p Clark and.G, K. A. Hicc tor 'plainfil. ami W. S. Ball for defendant. M ILocr vs. Ilanncgan, Poapsl and Virtue for plaintiff and W. S. tn.-Stcw.rt Shnaf I nailer Co- vs. Poulson, Upnybearc, ('hiirch McArthur and Davidson for plaintifi and Jolinstono and Ritchie for defendant. a p case o! King vs. Pete l.rvinc and Max Zaitcr. Jiine IS, ID-IS a. m, Sqicc vs. (Jnong, Shepherd, Onhlop and Rice-) (or the plaintin' and A. B. LMow for defendant. 2 for naturaliza- tion. F. C. Harris will appear in be- half of the applicants and A. G. Vir- tue in behalf of B. R. J. Forster, who is opposing them. June 10.15 vs. McDonnell, J. H. Palmer 'for the plaintifi and Shepherd, Dnnlop' and Kice for defendant. CANADIANS BILLETTED IN A CHURCH Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS Wilt Kill MORE FUES THAN or ANY StlCkY-riV CATCHFR Pinchcr Creek, Alta., June Keeping in touch with our hoys who are now in the Sarcee Camp at Cal- gary is probably the most interesting thing we of Pin'cher Creek have to do this weather, unless it is rivalled by gamt-iing on the and -wonder- ing whenever this long-drawn out downpour will cease. Almost ten in- ches of rain has fallen in this district since April 1, and the greater port of that since May 15. Over one inch fell on Sunday night alone. A s'iight fall of snow greeted the eye on Monday morning, which soon faded away be- beautiful sun snell in the after- noon. Rain commenced to-fall again n the evening, however, to Tuesday afternoon had not abated in the least. The country round about might easily be termed "the land of green as the. growth .of grass anil crops is wonderful. 'Most gardens are doing so far. One of the interesting items of news gleaned from the Sarceo Camp is the change in the name of the 13tli C.M.K, That regiment'is how the Overseas Mounted Rifles, Canadian Expedition, ary Force. Private Robert Shariie, one of the Pinoher Creek -boys, was or: the 'num- ber of the drafts who left camp last week. Lieut. Ii. C. Dnlhle has been trans- ferred to the Imperial Veterinary Corps, and will leave for Montreal to- night. The boys of the 13th O..M.R. show that their long suit is on I lie shoot- ing, as they .are -lending off with a splendid "average of tuners.'' or a 5B per cent, score. Tilt 13th O.51.R. day at the Calgary exhibition will be .Inly It is quite likely that a bis crowd from Pihuher Creek will upend that day there. A qnieL. wedding was solemnised at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Marcellns, on Thurs- day June 10. at 7 p.m., when their yojmgcr daughter, Miss llnttie.. be- came the wife of Sergeant N. J. Ar- nold, of the 13tlf O.M.R-, C.E.P.- The Rev. Ilillls Wright officiated. Ministers Sleep 'Too Long Says Baptist Divine Edmonton, .Alia.-. June many of the methods hv vogue in mod- ern ''theological colleges are unadul- some of the ministers of ihe-present day "sleep in" .so.long that they have no time for study were some of the state- ments made today at the Bnptist con- vention- by Dr. Whlddeii, presi- dent of Hi-andon college. The morning was devoted to a pas- tors' aud officers' conference under the direction of the president. Rev 11. R. McGill. Three'papers were read. "The equip- mcint for the ministry and the coniri- bution the seminary should by lle'V' S Sheldon.'South Edmonton; "How to preserve'the'student life in the by Tiev. F. W! Patter- "The idenl mid-week meet In this ancient Hbman Catholic Church and tile QOnvent- hesidfc it are hilloltPil cnnip the first Canadian contingent soldiers. Tho postcard v.-ilh this view came from "somewhere Rev 1! ij ICempton Calgan That f imrlj religion is being gross neglected and hat pastors inste-id t miking piueK religious calls 0 get along as best they can with tn- ellectual e'onverse. patriotic songs, on lam of heuio ostracized were some if the statements made Re> D iitclne in i pioer on Ihe Pastoi s Relltion to the Home' lames Dessoii had also something to say on church finances and piotested ifc unst the hblding of enure r fairs 03 s er suppers and sltnll ir gilhenngs that the most woilclls members dlwijs at the head ot alieh gath erin'-fhis conriecti6n; Thomas Under- wood of ftilgan made H nlea to moie .pinttUliti and said that theatres dancing tlld such Hunts could not go hand In baud with the churjl C E er general secretan of. Ihe Dintist Fnion of Canada ed better business methods on the part of tin. churches Ministers were often the lasl to be after the doctoi mil ttie churches, nero sometimes tmanc ed a en ing shame V Ben-ett it'nE i- 01 the difficulties of church financing and raised tho question of (he man would shout llallelujlh' at the meeting mil sa he would give handsome donation and then neier come thiough Rev. C. C. McLaurin, superintendent ot home missions said some men in ahiaxs cl umed that tl hat real estate payments to meet and could.not.give loathe church. In. one case a man said he would gue some thins ,aftei I have finished paMng fol this lot but when tha tr-tnsactlo' was complete lie. bought another lol. GREATEST AVIATORS JOIN ARMY OF, ITALY Turin, June of the most fani6tls aviators in Hie, world, Jules I Pierre, Vedrenes p.nd Moullnaln, all of', whom have taken part in the great Eu- ropean air contests of i-ccsnl years have enlisted in f COFFEE As near perfection as you can get in this wofld. CHASE SANBQRN MONTREAL 1153 Americans Only The operation of removing the hiphcn from a Iirgp mimbei of 1m erican c was per- forme 1 and the patients ttn the mos ra-t trftdomi, as weu as LOliId be Woild rnborii Ge'nius has yo' son gone tei: work sef Sar HI.S in an tin dei.la.kers shop Know that boj eema to reguTaf sift for haud Ing the Reoonl A HEART DRAMA IN THREE REELS Arthur-Brown loved-Gladhila -Jinks Arthur Bronr a- pnor i t Cladiola links is noiv Mrs DePuy Injster Robinson ondon Opinion To Regain a Healthy, Cirlith Complexion If >oj would hhw a fresh, girlish completion urie ounce of ordinari merco oanoit Mill Hid >ou In this direction ri than slicUes, tull of cmmetlca It onu4s a iwturnl bcnuR This ocuraWe it drugstore rot ipletelr oMwVa ball cirtjilexlcin rmnllnc Uje 1-e-iltlu i niness ot Jlrs Higmbotliam thci will not visit Lethbiidge for about ten davs 1 he mcinbiir ol thr V ittocian La dies' Otange mset in Moose Hail Ihursday eicmng at o'clock, tot the practice of. ond degree. J The members of the Chapter I n D C. Sho joined before Decembei 1J14 are reminded that their fees for UJo atf du; rhtrc will be l speiilal Meetiffg ot mn Ladirs Aid alter neon1 at three 11 members are ed to be present t Ihe rcmilll meetlBK of the mull Wis 81 the Meionderjjfcalji Lhiptcc 1OD1 will be held al- rrnoQn tn the 1 M U at four oiloa i meeting oi Uw i ho itld 3 oolock- i. SLIIfe-lOM S The Of MlbS Isabella Jones daughter of Mr and 1 loni-s 6! this uh, to Mf C Sells of 1 tlmthton wlftii mzcd av high mon jesterdij jt SI Mlgllstm s church b McMlllen Ihe Co mle leit-on Iht east-bound tiani lor a fconev-motrt in the east. HER PLAN Mrs vounewed Well dear tve round a dat, and the. right: i past the door on t the noise or. tha electrics disturb your rest my loungsed Oh the ilandlont assured me that I wouldnt mind, it, aftec the first two. dear can sleep, the flrst t-no nights at Tran script. MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL Tell. How Vegetable Compound Her ter1. Health. my 13 old tad not belp iny E. Pinkbminft bottles of table Compound all run the Ceipoundand Tier jcome nght. She was weak that I often had to help her drew' heraelf bat now a a growim atronf and healthy MABTIH HILVIO, Pknrer, Hundwda of such letten amnuaf the good LySia E Pinif, s VegeUble ha> accom- plished are eoiutantly reliabihly of remedy at- tsrnoon bj the Ret A II May Kilhlpen and I conntd lenks ol, were united, in nutriay m Ihe ol i number of immediate frws Ihe toiiplr will lAtmn where they will reside.