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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKS1XVY. JUNK 19. 1917 TUB LETJiBniDGE DAILT IIERALD PAGE SEVEN' A FATIGUE DUTY The nurse who is "fust ready to drop" will find a wonderful stimulant in FRY'S delicious Cocoa. Of course it feeds every tired nourishes bone and nerve it really does more. FRY'S possesses in full measure: that subtle "spirit of is one of the most bene- ficial stimulants known. So you sec FRY'S is a tonic as well as a nourishing food. Nothing will do but FRY'S" PHONE'1224 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS at the "BAY" STORE Dry Goods ,'JOO YARDS CREPE Fancy. 2S to 30 Incbfu wide. Floral and colors, Warranted colon. Regular 4Ec yd. Wednesday Special, yard 85 YARDS BLACK WHITE CREPE 29 Inches wide. Regular 25c yard. Wednesday Special, yard List of Specials Boots and shoes from all Depart- CIHLDKKX-S BAKEFOOT merits which offer Exceptional Savings. With leather sole ati'J lops. One strap style. Sixes 3 (o 8 to Price.....51.35 Sizes 11 to 2. Price.......SI.50 OKED Men's Clothing Specials SHOP EARLY MEN-SSANDCOLORE 30.0NLY, MBX-S SUITO CAXVAS.OXFOBDH Made In sUple. models of fine tweedi and fancy worsteds In brown anil greys. Vi.1- -j ues to Wednesday 13.50 MEN'S -WHITE DUCK PANTS ..Made .with belt loops and cult. Special J1.75 and 1.19 59c JIEN.'S FINE STRAW HATS English' mako In soft straw and Bailors. Regular Jl.50. Special -_. MEX'SvLIGHT WEIGHT WORK All slzea and assorted colors. Regular SDc. Special ONLY, HOYS' SUITS In Norfolk and Pinch-Back, In LweeJs and fancy worsteds. Sizes 25 to 26. Each The Hudson's Hay lea room will be in elmse of (lie Sir Alexander Gall clinker, l.O.U.I'., tomorrow afternoon. Mr. J. noulton lelt Monday to BpelHl n couple of u-ccka In Vnncou- Miss .Ucrlha Houlton lefl Saturday lo npcnd n month on the Nixon fann jicar Coil Us, i MUs Jean Herald. Ilic wc-ek-eml In'llio clly. with- Mrs. Hcrron. who the her. slater. MIRE 'CJon Herald. Mrs. Harry ICnapp of Lcthbrldgc several (lays here this'week, visiting wllti her husband. Mr. Knnnp will move his family lo Sweet Grass ]n Iho near firflsg Ad- f- Tlicro aro-.'sllll a number of .boofca tlie Flower Jhat have' not' been- returrieil. --'jAs all the books are to be given to tho Vet- erans' Club honjd-lhat Hie soy- fcnly llial- arc-sllll pill vlll bn returned 'thin wceh ami left at Iled- drug store. l.The .book lea lhal the Major Jack Tlnss, thnpler, 1.0.1XE. holding Friday afternoon tit Rlvcrvlcw, Dr. tiiil Mra, C. F. T. Conybearo's homo, proinlrcs (o'bo R success. 'Tea will bo served In the shade of the lilac biishos nnd 'trees. The entrance' fee is a hound bnbk. Tec cream will also bo Tor sale, the procccde being lo buy EubsrrlnllDns Tor magazines for (he .Mrs. McCallum'a secUon of the Itc- elttlis will .Mrs" Rosalne, 9J6 13th street north; tomorrow night at S o'clock. 't Messrs. H, McWillacc, Tart and PI ay fair-." gan', spent tlie week-end the guests of I. -lUi Avc. S. -Mrs. M. DavillEOII of Calgary. husband-was a successful Lib- eral cannldato in (be'recent elccMoii, a-, In con- ictilon with the deferred elections. The members of ihe It, 0. n. nre Invltcrt. In meet with Mm. T. N'evo, 1120 "lh att-eel A south on Wed- evening at J) o'clock, lo dlscuea further plans for the bazaar. NoBetterSalt in the World ds( The ladles of the are sending, perce.3 lo the Ihkl belonged to the church, tomor- row Afternoon. .'Anyone wishing, la donate.articles is" asked to send them to Ihc church'. lawn ID aid of Gt. Mary's church will be held tomorrow after- noon and eVenjng at the Green Gables, 705 4th avenue south. There will be In the evening. [I the weather Is'ttnTavorable Ihc aocia Trill bo .held ,on Thursday. 'Tho Wesley IV. M. S. arc holding aii..-Ice cream and strawberry socla il Dr. Ixjvcflng's lawn, Third Ave loulh, afternoon .from 3.3C o C o'clock., There wlllvbc a n.ualca program and the public Is Invited. I he weather IncJemcnl Iho socla win held In the house. Mr.'nnd Hlsworih Campbell of nflcr a months wlih Mr. 'aritt'Mra. Joseph Ilarnc and-other friends, arc leaving 9atur day for home. Mr. Campbell ,1s !ftrmcr on a very extensive scale near Thomag Times. A pIcpiff-Tii iurpflse awaKcd Jlra, ,T. IlodKlna last fttenlnE when the choir of WftjIi.Tiftlai.' Ave. Mel hod 1st church called al the parsonage nnd presented her wlln a'beautiful mesh bug aa a token of their esteem for (lie Inn given the choir during Hie Hit four years. A pleasant hour WRB spent, Ice cream nnd cahe being served as refresh- inonta, MY, rMrs. llodglnn arc If mvlnih., for LcLli- will lighlfully happy culmination :br ii pre- war romance came to light here to- day, when It was announced' lhat Lieut T. L Williams, M.C., of 2Slh ball. C.E.F.. Ihc son bl'.Uol. I O. Williams, C.D., now in command' of'thc lOlh Imperial'n'cs'cTvd-Cavalry and roriaeily of the llth Hussars, aJ been married'to neat rice Asleep, ic daughter of Robert and Irs Xellcs. The 'father' bnrrisler. uriBiiially from 'GHiaAy'i nL and held in tlie highest'esteem n the professional and social dlctl 3 rfcw 'he groom IE the'herb of'thfi lost daring of the many-( da.rlng rench raids.of the Yprca'salient. In he lost both his legs, while he bride is one oj the most-pi owns ladies of ills trie.. rdildlng wag solcmrilzed' o'n. tlie "61 h nslanl in' St. Thomas :h.iiTCh, the officiating ctcrpyman ,bc- ng the Rev. Dr. Uouglas lUggs. ARMENIANS. MUST, HAVE'V-V Mlkael Valnndt.'n, Armciitnn reprer In the International Socialist jurcau loday sent a lelegrnrn from Paris to HJalmar Branllne, llyc Social- ist bureau lender, protesting 'against any peace which would leave llirf Ar: mcntans In the power of the Turks. M. Vnlantilnn refers lo the butchery of of his people "wllh German looking on and hope IhDt when. Iho different sec- lions of the pr.pcjalrn peace vtrlthoul sacrifice the Arnienlan people Jnil will demand ArTn4hip.'5.1lD- erallbrl. .'UftJII ll'-ls done I here can The same. Each l.... Sizes 29 lo 35. 5.49 6.49 Housef urnishings REVERSIBLE SMYRNA' HEAIITII RUGS Size Hegular ?3.75- Z.69 39c SE MATS Regular. .60c. Special, cash inchejiwlde. In Ivory and ecru shade' 'Also 3ic and .40c. yard PRINTED LINOLEUM 2, pieces yards wide. Block pallern, green and red. Regular f 1.70 yanl. Very special; 'yard interesting News from the "Bay" Grocery Depart- ment for Wed. 1.48 100 24 Ib. sacks Centennial Favorite Flour Special Only sold with Grocery Order of }1 Dominion Corn Flakes. Special, 6 pkgG...........OUC Imperial Table Syrup. Quart bottles Only a few left. Each.............. Cambridge Sausages. ular 35c far........ Orangs Marmalade, 4 Ib. palls. Extra special, each Evaporated Apricots. Specral, per Ib.......... Olives, 16 oz. bottles. Special................. Jello, a fine dessert for sum- mer. Per pkg......... Seal Brand Coffee 2 Ib, tins Royal Crown Cleanser 7 cans Rone's Lime Juice, large bottl-s. Special........ C. B. Curry Powder BottMe Oyster Shell. 100 Ib. sack Special................ FRESH DAILY SPINACH, AS- PARAGUS, GREEN RADISH, LETTUCE, RIPE MATOES AND RHUBARB. 30c 25c' 4Sc 28c 25c lOc 85c 50c 40c 20c 2.00 Wide fitting, leather eolo heel, loc cap and racings. All sizes. Special Fair 1.65 HOYS' SAND COLORED CANVAS SHOES. With leather sole, heel and toe cap. Sizes 11 io 13. Special................ The same as above. Hires I to 5, Special............................... 1.75 1.85 LADIES' WHITE CANVAS STRAIGHT LACED BOOTS Plain loo and while leather sole, alio whits eon- caro heel. All sites. Wednesday special' Pair LADIES' WHITE POPLIN STRAIGHT LACED BOOTS Plain too with neat while leather heel ami sole. Wednesday special, pair 5.50 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear -A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF STRIPED SKIRTS Just in. Black and blue and white, pinfc and white. Also all linen shades. 1 AA Prices J2.QO, and MIDDY WAISTS With new large collars and cuffs and belts. HOie arid blue stripes and spots. o AA 'Prices (1.35 to ____ J.VU WASH DRESSES. COAT SUITS 'In Palm Beach cloth. Everyone different styles, Visa dresses In all'. colors 'and dcslgzis.'' Prices to 25.00 1670 on's B ay (fompanu. FOB THE PEOPLE' HCBUDT. C. BUBB1OCI COMHISSIONta Alberta Day nevkt bo any tlurrtblc 1 A WAR RECIPE. ho pastor of rlho Mctllclnc Kit I United church. 4 .these arc done, do- not Blraln off the water in Imvc been boiled, but .aiU. cnilre conleMs of the pnn lp; (he rest, of Simmer for len nilmilcs or ]onT gcr, stirring occasionally. (Never have cut (From llrilftln's OtHclal Win- 4 Ihc-War'CooX Bacon onion, tiro lablcspoonfuls of make, rice or baHej- Hour, three quiirlDrs n( n ot half R plnl ot milk, two. car- rolt, lablwpoonrul o( pint anJfVfhalf.of Wrvtcr 1 In which bftcon has been boded, 4 Fry lr-c onion (chnpnsd 5ranll) In tho fat, allr In Iho flourr smoothly, and add gradually: enough cold mllX to form A smooth paste.. Add llie.oist of Ihc milk And 4 pint if Iho bacon walcr. Was.i Scrape tho CArroU and cut In cm Into long, .IhlnVMiredS. Ihe rice nnd cnrrols In Ihe re-. mnlnlnR -Uicon .a'lding more water If On [fin first of July next cltliins ot aimda will bd called upon lo ccic- iratc the their country, the Ifliclli anniversary" of Confederation. Vt'hlle rejoiolnei'ln the national jrcatness of otir country In the dcala of the freedom wh1cli she up- Form any holfla; while hohoriDg' lo the full trie orealghl of the fathers of oir to whose slatesraao- we uwc our place Amongst the rti-" the world, It Is true, lio'less, that few, If any of at the reSent .time feel IricHned for fefltierjil istlvUy. Our Iboughts turn Ihftllnc- Ifely lo men, our fellow Itlzcns who "'are 'reiving th.elr Hyp's in lefenac of liberty, and whose, arc mtitiJ thoHafiie of CunaiU jus tjrafc tnd amongst nil In proportton Ib 111 population the province of his given more the war. Ihan any -province In Canada. Our 'cJiiualty' llsla record Inlly the of those have your i bread 4 v 4 Rapid City; A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 jonc from us, Can wo, therefore norc nillngly coramemorale Iho ,nn lonul blrihdny of'our country than by.-dcdlcntlng the celcbrnLlon of thin day lo the lieli> of our nick and wound ed? Their needs were never so sreal U lias been cald Ihiil without the Re4 Cross our armies cnnnot. win Iho war Without Bdcmiate help the Red Cross cannot bring succour to our men who nrc fiiifferJug. The Albcrla Red Cros? society has requested that next, on which dnic Domhilbn Hay celebrations' will bo held; obMrrcd as Red CroRft Jay tl.-oiighoul Ihe province. It It re- that all bionics raised on (hit day clllicr through holiday cclebTflttons or through special efforts ......c' part of various societies and turned over for ross] All sections f poflstble.the fuleresl and Rympathy f every'mari, woman end child should ie untied .on behalf of the lied Cross. Thousands of dollars nrc needed to carry ori our work. Lei us maice this day of JublJec Confecleiti- a day of Red Cross giving, hall create a noble precedent of geii- erotlty and remain forever a proud U-adltloD history of our pro- Why the "Red Crow" Help Crpsft" needs are arcalcr thnn tiifore, oar reserve stores are Jc- ffeled, demands upon the society of our wounded anil We 'oi'our allies. of our hospitals conralMccnl homes, recrcatfon huts' Iransporls and supply ;3. care of our prisoners of WAT.'- The Canadian lied Cross IE rc- for all Canadian prisoners The results of'.the Royal Academy of SIuslc which were held in the city two weeks ago were received this morning. A. H. Llndo uas Ihe examiner. All of the pupils of Miss Allcen Jonea pissed 'success- fully. They were: Elementary. Madgo Annctts, WlBliiicltonl, May Annetls; primary, Kdilh Uawden Harold Kcmrn ..Helen Dawclen. Jack Winnie Wall- work, Mnrlcl Ball, a pupil of B. F. hayton, patscrt (lie ele- mcnlary violin exarairj'allon.' Dalale Holmes, a pupil o'f F: .Mylun, passed the prlmnry piano cxnmlnnllon. All of Miss CobbledlclTs pupils" verb successful, tho JolloVrJng irasslng: I'rl; rnnry, Marlon Crawford; elementary, Avrll Llllle Norman Cook. Hugh tower division, An- ita Crawford il iny. of a month must, now i sent to each prisoner. I. To upkeep ot our information Stay Bernard, AJIeen Rooney, Zcttle; lower division, Jas. M. Bernard; The following piiptls of 'Claadfl rlUKhcs were HUcceastul U ram mar of Music, Grade 1 Ada Rosier, MaroJc G, E. Gibson, VeHi OlaiiTillc, John K. Rannard Grammnr ol Music, Grade 3: Miy.B. Young. Ixical Centre Rudiments of Mnalc: SandQiilsl, IxtalFC Malicl A. Johnson, L.A B 4 Primary Pianoforte: Lcola Watson, Leonard Downing, Jessie Simons, Ber- tram Cragg, Elhel Hura.t, Duchan, Rouerl CrajE FlIementaTy Pianoforte Aldln Inp. Elian no Dubord. Pearl Taylor; Lewis -Marshall, Kathleen Dall Cumins Ixiwer Division ler. Higher Division Church, Rello Talum Vera GlanviUii i Local Cenlrc Intermediate Grade: Dagmar Sandcjulst, pfanofort- ETrlrt Hughes, singing. Local Centre Advanced onoforte: Louise'Dansereau..May 'B: Vnlltrir vision, Smllli.; The- following solo Performers of Concert Htimd' pupils from the Convent wero ful: Primary, J. Schlelfer, Fn.rjOfls Ecr- nurd, Paulino Coolln, Sylvia Kunlz, llcrlicrt Ncwinger, districts tlifl lise'of OfV tiip. opeValb-ln a Ked to' effort. In (his connection circulars art being seNU lo Ihe mayor ot your Id clergy, (oflcnool leathers, and to todetiMtin ur dlslrlcl, and It lo'itiiucitted thai the w'otindeil to relatives nn And glres special care lo men In hos- pitals, providing; visitors, drives, cn- flowers, fruit, ncws- pArccls of supplies. thousands of cases of, mpplles each month. To a'ss'laL convalescent homta nnd military liospluli In Canada curing for Holdlerd. -Mcani of Railing Money for Ihls cclcbrntlon cuTy' be purchased at our provincial Auctlod sale's of country producn and '-live of our coiinlry brtnches-recently-rafsetl method. dances, box socials, fowl dlulrlct rid whlet slrect fairs, pie Knllst Iho syrrt> ;0fi-ypvr.'-cotimujiUy (of Ihe Crosi" Vcrn Tonnant. Sherman Turcoll, Mar- cnfls, gnrcl VAselennkj clemflnt.flry, Edna ard: .Mabel A. Johnson, L.A.B., trallo. Local coltected by local branches may be.kept for use of the branch or sent as a contribu- tion lo the provincial onicc. In all cases notify the provincial office of Ihe amounts realized 'i froin .celcbra- llons. Ked Crops" re- mil money through the.local branches for which they Kocletlcs other, ,'thau orkliiB under provincial re- mit money direct to Uiiofgaiilred dislrlcls Rcnilt money dlreci lo provincial office.. Signed on behalf of the .tifttiadian Red Cross, soclclyi Alberta i Provincial branch, ji. -PINKIJAM, iltn, Sec.-treas, orlglntl and genums. tfttt- for ehronio ref: 'Wefflcn antf nervout Send (or free cony of Unlverttl Guide (o p MRf, c'o. H. B, WlUon St, W., Calalfy. ;