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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I, E T H B K I D G E D A II- Y t'; IS A A L D PAGE FIYB tyc HUDSON'S BAY DAILY STORE N i ___ _ _ i __ Friday and Saturday's Great News Tell of Greatly Reduced Prices on Needed Now Merchandise- With Quality Reduced Not a Whit and slilte.l n-ops-hMS unX-lcd hut IMIU-. Ihc and hustle id-airs with what splendid success we arc living up to onr endeavor fhiif "I Hh ,.......i ..i..........i lini- dm irniulv ilii-v :il nriCCS tlUU been going' on Here since Summer broke. Snch a ill ci on: s( t s Ihcy wa.U. al prices thai arc TRAVELLING GOODS TO BUY? How about one of these Matting Suit Cases? rttronK and ser- vlceable yet unusually light, of good smart appearance, ft 4 brassed lock and fittings; leather bound corners......-if I I YARD WIDE JAP MATTING 19c Per Yard Six pioee.f .1 cream, ynni I Suitable for venimlnhs an liiiK on sals. lans and Ii-Kiilar prices from to Itic. 1 Qp (I bedrooms. Per yard......... I Ww WAIST" Much Less Than Usual to pay for Men's Socks Choose from 100 pairs of Men's Hosiery here tomorrow. This range, includes tans, greys, blues and 'blacks. Uanrn and..embroidered effects. Fine duality Lisle. IOC Special per pair Friday Bargain Prices in Men's Underwear Just opened up-this lot of Men's Summer Underwear. Good fine quality ribbed cotton In summer weight. and Drawers. Extra Special per Suit........ WWW Boys' Negligee Shirts, Values to 85c for 55c Mothers will appreciate this speoial in Boys' Negligee Shirt's The materials are of the colorings are 'good'and the shirts are well made throughout. Great assortment of designs, come with stiff cuffs, up to S5c WWW New Numbers in Sheet Music "Wrap Me in a Bundle" "If They'd Only Move Old Moon" Ireland Over Here" "Beautiful Rosss" "Pits the Plcklei" t? Dublin "Meadow .rook Fox Trot" "Co-ed March" Bay" "Perfect Day" "Little Pink Box" When Irish Eyes are Smll- "Kathlyn Waltz" "Sympathy Waltz" Week-End Candy Treat v Big 25c Special 'Another big lot of "Made-in-Lethbridge" Candy de- livered fresh to the popular Candy Counter. "Imperial" hand-mado Caramels, alia Cocoanut Kitiei, Maple Walnut, Butter Scotch, MolaiMt Kiiati OCfj and Peanut Brittle. Per Pound 35) pairs'of Pure Linen Huck Towels, 39c pair Just 33 pairs of these pure Hnck Tmrpls: ize hemstitched ends; while they XgC ist: per pair w Children's Hosiery Lay in a stock at 23c Children's Usle and Cotton Hosiery in plain, also 1-1 ind 2-1 ribbs; sizes from 5 to 10 inches. Colors are black and tan. Regular up to 35c. ?3fi 100 pairs on sale; per pstr fcww Another -opportunity; to Purchase a Sunshade "3 only of these Mercerized CJiintj covered Parasols with non-rustable brass frames with natural d handles: covers of floral and. .striped QCn designs. Regular J1.50 and J1.75 WWW Prints--9c inch Dress Print's in warranted colors-of navy and light blues; also lilac, pink, ami white Og grounds. Per yard Lovely Little Night Dresses Lovely fine White Night Dresses for children. Slip-over and open front styles, neatly trimmed with torchon lace, and long 49C Kegnlar 75c for TWW Middy Waists Selling for as little as 95c We have just receiver! a shipment of Ladies and Misses' Middy Waists; material is good mtalitj English drill, large sailor collar, sleeve; AC. Special www Summer Weight Corsets These Coriets are one of our newest models and are lust the right weight for bust, very long hip and hack, four QCp porters, boning throughout; 51.25-values... This Wijl Awaken Interest Among Women 100 pairs of Black Satin Pumps Handsome styles .In Ladies' Blank Satin Pumps. A whole Inble of Iliem from which to choose. This is one 7C of our regular 55.00 values I W Values in Ladies' Gun Metal Bluchers The ever popular gunmeta! Mueller boots lor ladies' wear o gd oil pale this week end. Cut i'rom selected leather en one of our newest lasts.; All sizes- Regular prire S4.CO for Men's "K" Bootsy values ,v Yon haVr. to see these''boots to appreciate their truo_. Svbr'th This is llie popular'MngTisini'" inake and comes in black'and tan-Box ('alt and Vici Kid. Smart fM QC styles. Regular ? for Choose from These "K" Boots I for Ladies, These boots are very neat in appearance .and quite dressy of appearance. These come in the popular !'K" make. Black, and tun shades in bluclier and 'button styles. QC Regular S6.00 values for Sale Price on Groceries WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF GROCERIES, t-f NOT INCLUDING SOAP, 20 POUNDS B. C. SUGAR..' Fruits BANANAS: Per dozen ORANGES; per dozen uflo ami... LEMONS; Per dozen CHERRIES; Per pound STRAWBERRIES wil their 'best for preser week. Place your order now. NEW PEACHES. PLUMS AND APRICOTS at lowest possible prices. 25c 45c 25c EOc lie iit dnj: next. EOc CUCUMBERS; 15c and CABBAGE: Per pound Soaps SUNLIGHT SOAP; 11. bars for........... R. C. SOAP; 3 for PANSHINE; H for R. CROWN CLEANSER 3 for LUX; 3 for PELS NAPTHA; Per packet ROYAL PURPLE POULTRY SPECIFIC and Lice Killer; packet 25 and wUU Canned Vegetables' PEAS, CORN AND 4 _ BEANS; per tin I VV TOMATOES; :i tins for 50c 43c 25c 35c 25c 67c Cereals RICE: pounds TIM-...... PUFFED RICE; Per package PUFFED WHEAT; 'i packets for FORCE: Per packet 2 packets for ROMAN MEAL; Per packet.......... KIA ORA; pure Lemon Juice; per bottle Relishes O. K. Per bottle HEINTZ TOMATO CATSUP; per bottle YORKSHIRE RELISH; Per bottle C. B. PICKLES; Per bottle HOLBROOK'S PICK- LES; per -bottle YACHT CLUB SALAD DRESSING, 2flc and. 25c 13c 23c :13c 23c 25c 69c 25c 25c 15c 32c 20c 45c Canned Fruits 29c 23c 35c Canned Fish 25c 35c 25c APPLES; Gallon can for..... LOMBARD PLUMS; 2 ti'is for.......... LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE 2 tins for li-'b. Can SALMON: 2 for 1-ib. can SALMON; 2 for FRESH HERRING; 2 tins for I Tungsten Lamps 1.5 Wails Watts 40 Watts 60'Watls 30c 30c 40c 50c Specials in v Our Liquor Section '.fiuiuosV Stout, per dozen bottles.......-52.25 Stout', per Brewery Stout (qunrts) -per dozen.---- Special Vintage Tori Wine, per gallon.. (20e, Wiir. Tax extra) PHONE Electric Toasters, H. B. Imperial make; values Special Lines of Music on sale at 15c and 2.5c. .Call and hear them played. MACLEOD MAN TELLS STORY OF BIG FIGHT Alta.. June hor- fors of-war and the miraculous es- capes of some of the boys are clearly shown in the fo'llon-inE interesting let- ter'which -was received this week oy Kdward Walsh, the well-known ranch- er, froni Corporal George Graham, a teacher of. this district, ivlm enlisted in JJacleod. Corporal.Graham, who bas not yet iioeii reported as wounded, says- "I am now making rapid steps to recovery, and will aoon be sent mto tke firing" linn again. Prank (Mr. no doubt writs you concernlug-'our laat. scrap. "The'night previous, the 10th Bat- talion- bad taken a trench about 350 length, after a very feeble re- ilntancV Tlien came the 'hell.' Germans' liad .concentrated their ar- ti'ilerj- on the point, and 'coal boxes and -Willies' fell.thick and fast, In spile of thin, the boys' held last to their gain, but the holding coat dear. In the morning sections 1 and -nrere detailed to.bring uii afnmunition.. Had Luck "Just before "leaving, the JIacleod people wished mo good luck, and I hail It .bad we started than the Germanir.bogan to shell the vil- lage. Mick, however, favored us. reached headquarters only to find that 'coal It into a house of dead We grabbed the boxes of am- munition and bent, it for the trenches .isain- 'but. sad to say, only one of two arrived: TMe' party was fir open order, box. 'Willie' No. 1 fell Immediately behind the box I was passing, killing one instantly and blew the other man carrying the box into a ditch, without injury. With me it was a case of com- pulsory somersaulting, but 1 fina'fiy picked my.olf to find I had mir- aculously escaped with three slight wounds in the thiih. After that 1 lost track of tie party.' The other boi car- rier, Hoy Smith, and I took shelter be- hind a straw where we were Joined b> three other Shortly after, a 'Willie' burst yard In front of tie. Only one jeer fellow was kill- ed, but no doubt the straw whkih we bad piled in front, saved the rest of us from journey. Wounded All Over The shelling continued, the road be- ing constantly oonibarded with shrap- nel and explosive shells. It was near- ing one o'clock in the afternoon, anil we began to figure 'lunch time' for the Germans. It proved correct, Boy and I were a little too previous. We rose to so when 'hang' went an- other 'Willie' in exactly llie same place, as the other one. I met the stack, the stack met me, this time wounded in arm, shoulder, back, side and temple. Roy fared equally as bad. His cheek was torn open, and his teeth were gone. We immediately set out for the dressing station, Roy unable to spesk 1 was unab'ie to see for the temple bled freely. Ultimately we ar- rived, very thankful to be alive. It was a day when 1 was in greater hands j Jliss Patteson and Hiss King of Lellibridge are spending a few days In the Calgary Albertan. Mrs. Hislnji oi Lethbridgc, is visit- inc her patents, Jlr. and Airs. Gil- bert, Sixteenth avenue Calgary Albertan. ber 7 1. 0. 0." f. will patriarchal degree tonight. All mem-- bprs are requested to'ue present. Vis-' iting brethren vvelcome. CHARGES MADE AGAINST CREW OF THE LUSITANIA London, Juiie 17. That no life boats were available.on the neck ilur- ing the voyage of th'c IjUSitania was the testimony Ol Bertram' Jenkins, of New York, who gave evidence this morning before the commission. "That you see--them- r well but that they were: not there I cannot commented Baron A w'omaii Witness also .told the court she was unable- to find life- belts. Another passenger said he helped tn launch a life boat full of women and children unassisted by the lew minutes after Baron Mersey asked that it sank a touching water. whether the boat was damaged in being lowered, as it. was on the port side. The witness replied that ii the boat bumped against, .the hull as it was going down he was unaware oi t. D. A. Thomas, known as the Brit- Jlr. anil Mrs. J. Glllon oi Addle, Idaho, arc the siicst of the lattcr's brother, R. F. Sang, iHh avenue route to liochesler, Alinn., whcri Gilioil will consult Mayo lirns. The damage having been repaired on the Wesley trnnis court it '.vill be opened for playing .this.evening. A patriotic tea ivyas given at the home of Mrs. Mac- leod, in aid-of the-Red Cross fund of the local the sum of ?4U.50 was realized; I aftfrnbon. ish "Coal who was on the Uisitania, was of the opinion thai some members of the crew did not obev the captain's orders to attend llrs't to the rescue of women children, but. attempted to save sr.wius themselves llrsl. The G! F. club will meet with Mrs. Hiadsltaw, '.103 !Hh avenue, .tomorrow The members of the Alexander ami Chapter I. 0. meet for tomorrow afternoon at MA Slh street south. The ladles 'who gave the patriotic card patty recently desire to thank J. Silmore for bicail, of the Staridard Kurnilure: Co., the S.O.TO. and St. Andrew's for use of chairs, H. lor dishes, P. Burns i- Co. for lam, and Jackson Co. anc! "the Hudson's Bay for flags. The prizes wrrcv donated by the following ladies Jlesilames Duff, L. M- John- stone, Conybcare, Beards, Reeve anil i Hrymiicr. The proceeds were and the expenses including the rent j oi the hall, transfer, advertising, etc., amounuil i" S80.8H, leaving a net profit of S78.G1. This amount will be equally divided between the I.O.B.E. :e I and lied Cross society, each receiving A pretly wedding was performed at the home of'111'..and ilrs. G. H. James, Lake, at noou today, when I-.oa, and Clif- ford 'BoOth of Grassk. Lake .were un- ited In -.flip 'bonds pf'holy matrimony. Bishop W. O. 'Lyons officiating. Mr. A. T.. Utt .supporled.the.groom, while Mrs.'.N'. -.lahies attended the Af- ter the ceremony. ;the--guests enjoyed a sunintuolis The bride wore a" dress-of embroid- ered voile, a veil and a wreath of lil- i ies of the valley, and carried a large hoiKJtfot of" white: carnations. The groom's v and sapphire pertdaiil The young co.uple -left .on the after- ,oon train on ftn extended honeymoon trip in Ontario, daughter Christina C., was united In marriage by the Denoqn of Knox church, to William A. Ortiickshank, manager of. .the -Union Bank at Foremost, Alta. The bride looked most becoming, wearing a- cream sKU crepe de cb.ene gown, ami iiie groom's gift, a- pearl pendant, and was assisted by Miss, Molly Kain. Jlr. H'. R. Jack, account- ant of the local branch of- the assisted the groom. the' receipt, of many, beautiful and valuable presents Mr. and .Mrs Crnickshank left on the afternoon train far' -'BantC where they will spend a 'short honeymoon1 before returning to their home, in Foremost. The bride travelled m suit of Copenhagen hat to match blue silk, with The popularity of the young couple a nutshell." "Now. if you have that in your said the professor, who had just explained a theory, "yoti'liave-it all in. BID ROSE TEA' tea" 's gift to ihe'bride was a pear! A Avas.pql- einii'iMS'a't the .home and_3rlra. John Lai'ng, i'Sl'S "fifth avenue North, Biggest Savings of the Entire Year ALL AROUND You Save on Everythiig You Boy ;