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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910 June Sale of Summer Materials 4LL THAT'S NEW IN VOILES. MARQUISETTES. CREPES, KEPPS, ORGANDIES. DUCKS. GABERDINES, STRIPE COTTON SUIT- INGS. PALM BEACH SUITINGS. AND WASHABLE SILKS ALL SPLENDID COLORINGS, PRICED WITHIN REACH OF ALL 40 in. Floral Voiles 40c Sky, Pink. Green, Helio. Six yards for mil dress 40 in. American Floral Voiles 50c Kne quality sheer Voile. Swell delicate colorings. All fast dyes CA-, per yard.................... SUV. 42 in. Silk Midi 70c ;Fine Silk Mull with floral designs of Pink, Green and Blue on I7A_ White grounds. Per yard I U C 40 in. Stripe Voiles 50c Green and White and Blue and CA_ White. Stylish goods. Per yard DUG Crepe de Chine Full stock of shades, also white in Crepe de Chine at per yard n f S1.50 and 40 in. Seed A7oilcs 45c Big range of patterns, in colorings of Sky, Pink, Lemon and Green Per yard TEuC 40 in. French and English Crispey Voiles 45c Pretty shades of Grey, ground, with touches of Rose. Blue and Hello. Make up suitably for J middle-aged women- Per yard- C White Dress Materials IN ENDLESS VARIETY, NOW READY FOR THE JUNE RUSH Voiles. -Marquisettes, Organdies, Lawns, Piques, Repps, Serge Twills. Indian Heads. "Warrior Twills. Hies Crepes, Ducks and Drills. All moderately .priced June Sale of Ladies'W'te Voile Waists, A dozen different styles to choose from. All-have long sleeves and con- vertible collars. Yery newest style's just placed-iii stock. Sizes run from 34 Reg. all put on sale at one price, Boys' Military Suits Biact copies of the Soldier's Uniform. Coat, Pants. Cap and Pnttias. Canada Brass Buttons. Shoulder Plates and Crest on Price for the ftp outfit Little -Boys' Wash Suits PRETTY STYLES FOR LITTLE MONEY and colors, made from French Repps, Gala- teas and'Ducks.'Middy and Russian styles. Sizes two to ail years each Olrra Twirt Solti at each and and 75C Sale of Sample underwear. 20 PER CENT. OFF REGULAR PRICES Ladles' Vests, Drawers and Combinations, made by the Oxford Knitting Co. Every "garment in first class condition. Regular prices ran. from 20c up to per garment. On sale at a discount of 20 per cent. Boys'Shirt Waists A new stock now ready, sizes, sis years up to fifteen years, in fine assortment stripes; also plain chambray. The -W. G. K. make, which in- sures perfect fitting and washing colors in every garment of QC celebrated brand, each I DC ODC Children's Half Hose White and colon, plain or cuff tips, per S5c and Me anfl OA_ White Wash Dress Shirts fine at these prices 12.90, (240, and SILK HEMSTITCHED MIDDY TIES, green, blue, cardinal and nary....................... CHILDREN'S SUN SHADES Sc up te................., Aprons A few more of those extra large Kitch- en Aprons on sale Friday and Saturday, at each.......ODC Women's House Dresses Neat styles and good -washing colors, sizes 34 to 44, at each........... J1.50 CREPE DE CHINE HANDKERCHIEFS are having a good" run 3 for........... Plain colors with contrasting color hem; also fancy pictures In corner. A A Selling at three for....., 1 .UU Smaller sizes in fancy borders, each 20c Railways Not Encourag Lave Stock Industry PROH PROKT PAGB) fpd furnish the three railways and the kwrd with particulars when the mat- er will he reopened 'Some, lungthy dJBcusBion and a ifbgs-fire between Mr; Lanlgan, .C.P.R. tnd.W. D. Craig, of the-provincial [Qternment, took place over' the pro- increase in the charges oo live- [lock, a matter has already wen taken up by the> board In ilpeg. Mr, Craig pointed out that rhereas, the old tariff'on 'carload from Edmonton to Toronto was '4 cents per hundred it had In- :rtMnd .to 0Rd that Several idtfttionfti charges had been imposed the railway companies in past few -aars. With railed farming coming nto its own tit Alberta, he did not jpatkto toe railways ircre doing thing to encourage the farmer to raise., livestock. Mr. Craig particularly objected to the fee of 75 cents for cleaning and disinfecting cars, and brought for- ward Mr. Larsen to give evidence that in some cases the cars were handed over to the consignor in an unclean condition, notwithstanding the additional charge. Mr. Craig thought the cleaning and disinfecting charge should not be imposed outside of the mange area. The matter of transportation of cat- tle attendants was also broached by Mr. Craig, the speaker instancing one case when the provincial government was put to much inconvenience. He attendant per car should be allowed reduced rates rather the two men per tralnload, allowed by the railway companies. iP. Stevens, representing the wiiie Growers' association, d ;the boardk that the freight rates were.Trorkidg a hardship on the far- merif. :He: pointed out the difference In rates between single and double- deck cars, the former beTng the only suitable ones for' summer use, and entailing an increased charge upon the producer at the rate of cent. In the autumn "there was nothing to prevent the railways from supplying two single-deck carg when one double decker was asked for by the farmer though t.he difference in price was considerable. Mr. Stevens asked that the farmer be charged only for the services he orders. The request was also made that the same thing apply to sheep. The question will be taken up again at Calgary. NOTE TO CARRANZA Washington, June Lansing laid before President Wllion today, the completed draft of a note to-Gen. Carranza replying to the de- mand that American troops be with- drawn from Mexico. The president and Mr. Lansing-conferred at length on the situation. I AT MACLEOD Important Cases matic Society Red Cross Work Macleod, June 16.--At the town hall a large company gathered cm Thurs- day evening, the Sth inst. to finally organize a Musical and Dramatic club, a preliminary meeting having been held two weeks ago. Mr. MeNichol was chosen chairman ami Mr. Cunning- ham secretary. The elected were: J. McDonald, president; Mrs, McDonald to take his place dur- ig his absence; Miss Muir. vice-pre- sidoiit; Miss Georgie Beclier. secre- tary; Mr. Hauey, treasurer. The con- venors for the four branches of work to be undertaken were chosen, name- ly; Orchestra, Mr. Doney; music, Mrs. Cunningham; dramatic. Mr. Feme; choral, Mr. AHharu. The membership Cea to be 25c. It was decided to have a patriotic concert on the evening of Dominion Day. Mrs. A. D. Richard left on Thursday evening for -a three months' holiday, visiting in Michigan, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Mrs. 0. C. Edwards left on Monday morning for Calgary to attend the meeting of the committee on laws in connection with the Women's Council of which she is vice-presitit-nt for the province of Alberta. Ball Game for Red Cross On Monday evening at the Athletic grounds a baseball game was played between the Hudson Ray and Orton teams. The principal features of the game were the excellent hitting of Mc- Laren and Johnston for Macleod and McPherson for Orton. Nine innings were played, resulting as follows: Hudson Bay II, Orton 7. Orton, Orr and Van Vleck; Hudson Bay. Marks and McLaren. The pro- ceeds, which were given to the Red. Cross, amounted to approximately Miss Thomas, Miss Becher. Miss La- belle and Miss Grady kindly acted as collectors. Mrs. Weston and Mrs. Bowen spent a couple of days at Bellevue last week while Miss Hattie Bowen, who is teaching at Bellevue, sperft the week- end in Macleod. Mrs. J. E. Gardiner is visiting her brother, Prof. W. Muir Edwards, at Edmonton. Capt. Allison and 0. Koodliss, of 191st battalion, left for Calgary on Sunday night ro take up a course of instruction with the machine gun section at'Sarcee camp. Lieut. J. Norman Mee- (familiarly known as late of the Macleod branch of the Bank of' Commerce, was listed as a casualty during the week-end. Kis many friends in Ma- cleod wish him a speedy recovery, 1 At the Women's Missionary meeting of the Presbyterian chur'cH on Tues: day afternoon, Miss Hugtiea gave a yery interesting account of the work of the training home in Toronto. Miss Hughes, who is at present nursing in the Macleod boa- j pital, is under appointment as mis- sionary to Korea, and expects to leave about the beginning of The Macleod branch of the Red Cross work under the Daughters of the Empire, have decided to hold a Grand Pageant on Dominion Day. Supreme Court The supreme court sits in Macleod. on Monday, 19th inst. Justice Ive's will preside and the case ot Mrs. Mat- thew C. Maclean against .the' C.P.R. will be tried by a jury. Macleod and Gray are solicitors for the plaintiff. The Lethbridge case of Hall, a C. P. R. damage case, will be tried by a jury at the same sittings. R. A. Smith, of Letbbridge, for .plaintiff. Defendant in both cases is represent- ed b'y Geo. A. Walker, Calgary. Grain Gate At the Macleod court on Tuesday the suit was taken by Messrs. Strong and Dowler, grain merchants, Calgary, against De Witt Johnston. The solici- tors for'the plaintiff were Macleod Gray, and for the defendant Fawcett and Cameron. The plaintiffs bought the defendant's agreeing to pay cents per bushel delivered on the cars at Macleod and -to pay in addition to that any ,premium which would he prevalent on that day. Johnston believed that the plain- tiffs were not giving him a fair price in view of the market price of wheat In Winnipeg on that day, and refused to deliver. The plaintiff said the 87% cents was based on the Winnipeg prices on that day. The judge.found on the evidence that the contract was binding upon the parties and that there had been no misrepresentation by Strong Dowler of the Winnipeg price, and he found the defendant liable m damages for non-delivery. He fixed the damages as the difference be- tween the price in contract and the price which Strong Dowler. had to pay to replace the whfiat which John-' aton refused to deliver, amounting to 4. Sixty Yeirs the Standard BAKING POWDER Made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. NO ALUM DOMINION MEMBER REBUKES EMPLOYES OF CIVIL SERVICE Tells Them to Their Faces That They Should Be in Khaki Ottawa, June service em- ployes in Ottawa to the number of 20UO were warmly rebuked today by Hugh Morphy. M.P. for North Perth, who addressed a recruiting meeting. "Yon have in he said, "2000 'fine, able-bodied civil servants who would rather stick to their jobs than go to the front. I understand 36 or 40 have had enough red blood in their veins to enlist. remarked Mr. Morphy, "that number of young men should be able to raise a regiment of their own." Juno, establish- ment of n home rule parliament hero Is generally anticipated. It is sup- posed that Dublin Castle will bo the home of the new legislature. A nre- Ilmlimry election will be necessary us the.present Irish members of the im- perial parliament will constitute the now assembly, hut U will he necessary to form a senate, partly elected and partly nominated. John Redmond, probably, will be the llrst Irish preuj lor. INFORM Winnipeg, June the Presby- terinu general assembly this after- noon the moderator announced that special letter would be sent out as soon as possible to all churches in Canada, explaining exactly what the assembly had done on the matter of church union. Advices will also be sent to various committees, such as home and foreign missions, etc., of the decision on-church union, so that they may take action meantime in much the same way as If the union had actually been consummated. EDMONTON BANK CLEARINGS Edmonton. June clear- Ings for week ended today 81; last year, for corres- ponding period, I Rev. I. B. Naylor of Watrous. Sask., has been appointed chaplain oE the 314th battalion with headquarters aft deno, Sask. No socks for toldleri. BRITISH AND FRENCH jN ACCORD Parts, June interest has been aroused here by the statement made by Andrew Boriar ;Law. t6 the Matin that the British army was com- pletely In accord with General Joftre, and was prepared to move whenever the French headquarters staff flaw fit. The statement Is accepted as suffic- ient answer to the charge of British Indifference to the French losses be- fore Verdun. The press expressed much satisfaction over Bonar ;Law's1 frank statement. From the outset the military authorities here have In- sisted that It would be playing Ger- many's game for the British to move before the'pnychblogical moment; And have scouted anti-British rumors Idle or malicious gossip. Bonar taw's statement will go far to retiiure the people here, Fred Eillls, rector of Musquash N. has been appointed'rector of St. Martin's vTfcurch, fifctdiac, A B. Patronizes us because she knows we are pre- pared to fill her every want in the Grocery Line. She knows she is PRACTIS- ING REAL ECONOMY by trad- ing with us because, we always give her the HIGHEST QUAL- ITY GROCERIES at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. LET US HELP YOU PRAC- TICE ECONOMY ALSO, Strawberries, genuine Hood River, per box 20c Peaches, Plums and Apricots per Ib.................... 20c Apples, extra fancy Winesaps, 3 Ibs. for............'..: 25c Tomatoes, Okotoks fancy hot house, per Ib........... 35c Tomatoes, Victoria fancy hot house, per 35c Tomatoes, hot house, per Ib. 25c and 30c Asparagus, fresh, 2 Ibs. for 35c Head Lettuce, two for.....25c New California Beets, Carrots, and Potatoes, 4 Ibs. 25e New California Cabbage, 3 Ibs. for................25c Cucumbers, 15c, 20c and 25c Van Camp's Spaghetti, per tin...................... 15c Tomato Soup, per tin...................... 15c Olives, per bottle, 15c, 20c, 25c and................ 35c Peaches, Sllverdale, No. tins, each 25c Ammonia Powder, on sale 10c Fly Catchers, three for___ 10c Airline Horieyspread, dainty, wholesome honey food. A pure honey granulated into the pro- per consistency for spread- in on bread and biscuits, etc. One pound 3-oz. package Jelly Powders, on sale, fcur packages for ............25c Harvest Jam, reg. 85c, on Health Brand Biscuits, per package 15c Pork and-Beans, Van Camp's special price, 2 for......25c Herrings in Tomato Sauce, two for.................25c Club House Catsup 25c Van Camp's Chifi Con Carne 15c Sani-Flush, a sanitary cleans- er, on sale at 25c K. A. G. (Kills all germs) two packages for 2Sc R. C. G. W. Soap, 2 pkgs. 25c Sunlight or Lifebuoy, 11 bars for 5Qc SPECIAL Oranges, regular 2oc, on sale.......20c Oranges, regular 30c, on sale 28c Lemons, special this week ......___27c Brooms, 4-string, regular oOc, on sale lOc Cerebos Health Salt, on sale 40c Wethey's Pure Orange Marmalade, 4 pail for.................. 68c Welch's Grape Juice, a summer bev- erage, half-gallon bottle and six Peas, Sweet Meadow brand on sale 10c Corn and Beans, 3 'tins for 35c Pickles, C. B. Gerkins, on sale..................... 38c Corn Starch, special 3 for 25c Dairy Butter, No. 1 ,on sale 28c Cocoa, Van Houton's or Bendorps 30c Cream of Wheat, per pkg. 20c Plmentoet, per tin 15c Almond Paste in bulk, per Ib. 75c Honey, Airline, pure, put up un- der the most sanitary condi- tions. Healthful and whole- some, in bottles, each 15c, 20c and 35c Comb, each 35c for......................35c Wilson's Fly Poison, per package................ 10c Limburger Cheese, per Ib. 35c Chili, Pimento and Cream Cheese, per package 10c Worcestershire Sauce, Hoi- brook's, 2 bottles 45c Golden Syrup, pure cane, five pound tin ..........40e Lobster in Glass, .v 30c Bloater Paste, per tin .....20c Anchovy Paste, C. B, .per jar................ 23c .Camembert Cheese In glass 30o Stifton Cheese, per tin 30c in glass, each 50c Shrimps, in glass, each 20c Puffed Wheat, two for 25c Puffed Rice, each 14c Quaker Oatfi, large package 25c Fancy Mjxed Candy, regular 35c, on sale........''..... 25c Candy, 5c lines, six for 25c Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Teas and Coffees Phone 1453. 313 5th St. South PURE FOOD SATURDAY BUTTER Our choice Fresh Made Farmers' Dairy at 25c Has no equal Our Empress Creamery is fresh'made every morning. This is a nice sweet, nicely .flavored butter, 2 Ibs." for fi5c Delicatessen Shamrock Cooked Ham, no fat or.'skin, per Ib. 40c Jellied Lamb's Tongue. 45C Jellied Ox Tongue, per 50c Finest Ham Bologna, perlb.............20c SPECIAL Spring Lamb Spring Veal TRY Burns' Tomato Sausage. perlb.........U25c Burns' Cambridge Saus- age, per Ib. .-----25c Our Class of Trade de- mnnds the Best Pure Food Products pass- ed by Government In- spectors. P. Burns Co. Limited MAIN AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 1388 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. 6TH ST. PHONE 1IB4 PALACE N.. PHONE 431 ;