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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IESDAY, JUNE 20, 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE D.MLY HERALD PAGE FIVE To render biscuits, cake and puffins healthful, appetiz- ng and digestible, use Dr.PRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes. Absolutely Alum No "Don'ts" BEGIN to use Ivory Soap for everything toilet, laundry, dishes, nursery, shop, around the house. There are no "don'ts" or "cautions" about Ivory Soap. It cannot harm anything that water itself does not harm and it does whatever work you expect it to do. IVORY SOAP life] IT Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada iLLS OF SUCCESS OF U. P. A. iilk River, Juno cor- jjondeucu to the 'r correspondent reached the U.F.A. lie grounds at Verdigree's Coulee j Thursday, he found a large crowd ambled, nearly three thousand je of them having come the night are and camped on the grounds, mere were hi attendance with their Hies, not only from the adjacent rlcts hut from Foremost, Bow nd, Warner, Coutts, as well as setgrass, Mont., the latter place og nearly depopulated for the day, I liveries and garages being taxed Capacity to bring over the crowd. jTearly all brought lunch baskr Those who were not fortunate iu tiiig wife, or mother to provide a were wsll taken, care of at the rcshaiGr.t-stand. This was run P. H. EHert and his able assistants, fact Mr. Ellert had to keep his 0 on the road to Milk River a good 't of the afternoon bringing in fresh tplies. The program, opened Immediately or hmch with the introduction of S. Lefflngwell, M.P.P., who greeted 1 people in a very short speech erein. he spoke in loud praise of i good work of the U.P.A., also pay- r tribute to the committee who had f management of the picnic.. i.fter Mr. LefTingwell's remarks, t vice-president of the U.F.A., S.S. Dunham, of Lethbridge, was Intro- duced and was greeted with applause. Mr. Dunham certainly gave a most interesting and instructive address, showing not only .tlie good results from farmers co-operative organiza- tions, and tlie U. F. A., in particular, but also showing the pressing need of aieontinnation of all together, :Mr.: DunhauVs address has set people these lines. After; the address of Mr. Dunham, the sports 'began and finished barely in time for the dance. The event of the afternoon sports was the bucking of Copper Dance, ridden by Evan Johnson, both horse and rider winning first money, and the hotly contested ball game between Warner and Sweet Grass. When it comes to rooting for a hall the Warner girls .have everything in the south country shad- ed. The game was -won by Warner with a score of 13 to 9- Space will not per- mit the enumeration of the details, suffice it to ''say the boys just played ball, the losing side taking a philo- sophical view of It and looking pleas- The day's entertainment was con- cluded with "a bowery dance which commenced about eight, o'clock and continued until broad daylight Friday morning. The managers are entitled to the praise they have received for the suc- cess of the whole affair, and the peo- ple of Allersyille entitled to a great deal of for the, assistance they, rendered the committee in work that had to be 6one, both before and after the event. To sum up the whole affair, it was tlie largest and most Successful celebration of the kind ever held in this part of the province. Along With Splendid Flavour This famous food has bollt delicious flavour thai ap- peals to appetite; and the rich building elements of whole wheat and malted barley that makes for sturdy bodies and keen brains. Thousands who have made Grape-Nuts, with cream or good milk, a part-of their daily rations, find that it helps wonderfully in restoring "balance" and vigour, and puts "HO" "There's a Reason" Made in Canada Md by Grocers Canadian Postu'm Cereal Co., Ltd.. Windsor, Out. PHONE 1224 Mr. Gordon Savage ban returned from wending the weok-eud in Cal- gary. 4 V V Sirs. W. D. U Hurdle left yesterday afternoon to sound a few (lays in Cal- gary. Mrs. J. A. Kolao of Edmonton ac- companied her husband us far as Citl- jary on hta way to gary si-Tel eg ran. Mrs. M. J. Gibson and Mrs. McElyea ,uive returned from Calgary, where Jiey worn tin; gueuts of Mrs. John A. Mac Kay. t Mrs. J. A. Jackson, with her daugh- ter, Ethel, left thiu afternoon for Blylh, Out., called there by the seri- ous illness of her mother. Mrs. Arthur Barnsley and little son who have been spending the last three months in Cleveland, O., with Mrs. Barnaley's parents, reumiod home yesterday. Miss Asson. a missionary from China, will give an address in Wenley Hall on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. Miss Assou is an able and interesting speaker. The public are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane, of Cal- gary, announce the engageraent of j their daughter, Lily, to Mr. David larney Everitt, of Chicago, aon of Dr. M. S. Everitt, of Forest Mills, .Long Island. The marriage will take place imietly July 11. Invitations are being issued by Mr. Claude Hughes to a pupils' recital to be held in Wesley Hull, June t 27th at S o'clock. iA collection will be taken in aid of the .Musical News fund. This fund is used to supply the soldiers at the from with mouth or- gans. Any out; desiring an invitation is asked to phone Mr. Hughes at Wes- ley church. Mrs. Chas. MeClenaghan, Mrs. A. E. Humphries, 'Mrs. Hugh Scott, Mrs. J. T. Graham, Miss Annie Sang, of the Maple Leaf Chapter, O'E. S., aiid Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Pawsou, of the Coaldale Chapter, left this morning to attend the annual session of the grand chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, which is being lield at Banff--this week. The engagement of "Miss Clay, daughter of Mrs. William Clay, of U3 Boston boulevard east, Detroit, to Edsel B. Ford, only son of Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Ford, is announced in De-'j troit. Edsel B. Ford is.-.22 years of age, He has been closely associated: with his father's fact, the tractor plant at Dearborn.hears the name of Henry Ford and Son. The younger Mr. Ford has learned the automobile business department, he lias worked in the shops and offices like any other employee. PRISONERS-OF-WAR FUND NOTES The committee in charge of this work gratefully acknowledge the fol- lowing donations: Food and com- 'orts, Mrs. E. L. Connor, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. W. J. Arm- strong, Mrs. W. S. Gray, Mi1. Arthur Higinbotham; money: Mrs. Kirkham, Mrs. Stewart Scott, the Eastern Star, Mrs. Henderson, also Miss Bawden'.s school for a splendidly packed bos of 11 pounds, containing almost every nle it is permissible to send into Germany for our prisoners. The interest taken in this work is most encouraging, but not to be won deretl at, considering the almost daily accounts published of cruelty to our prisoners in Germany. The committee is very grateful to those who have offered to write to or six names are still on the as to letters can be obtained from Mrs. ,T. Norman Ritchie, 1302 4th Avenue South. The four-oared skiff which is being raffled for this and the Returned Soldiers' fund, is shortly to be drawn for; particulars will be announced later. In the meantime those who wou'd like a chance on a row boat for 2ii cents may apply to members of the Prisoners of War fund com- mittee and Mrs. G. W. Robinson, 423 8th Street, for tickets. The boat may be seen at any time at Mrs. 'Robin- son's residence. BARGAIN ANNEX WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st, Bargain Annex will again be open on the 2nd Floor, from 9 to 5 :A KRY Deiiardiient will have its lull measure of bargain lines displayed for sale, and to dem- 1 oiistrate what real bargain lines yon will find, we enumerate a few from each section. Annex Bargains in House Furnishings ENAMEL TEA KETTLES, large Sizes regular 51.20 7C- for WATEFI PAILS, grey enamel- 4Q_ ware, reg. for BROWN TEA POTS, regular -1 Q. 30c, for IjC FEATHER PILLOWS, size CQ_ It) x 25. reg. !i5e. BOOK SPOT CURTAIN MUSLIN, 36 in. wide, reg. 20e. annex price, 2 yds. for BRASS. CURTAIN RODS, for sash curtains, regular 15c, for Q each 3C KNOCKABOUT DRESSED DOLLS, large sizes, reg. 05e. annex special, each Annex Bargains from Dry Goods and Fancy Grocery Bargains Conveniently Grouped in pur Bargain Annex BUTTER, finest creamery CC-, His. for ODC JAM, all kinds with apple, 4 Ib. pails TOMATOES, Kleur-de-Lis "JOo 3 cans for JjC MOLASSES, Ib. tins BISCUITS, peach tart and assorted sandwich, very special per Ib..................... ROLLED OATS, family size 1 Q tubes, very special H.P. SAUCE, per Imttle JAM, Black Curranls or Raspberry pure fruits and sugar only CQ 1 Ib. pails O3C GREENGAGES, specials, 39c lie 20c 2 Ib. tins ALMON, fine tins. 2 for SALMON, finest Sockeye, Boots and Shoes LADIES' TAN CALF OXFORDS, in Tlluche'r styles, sizes 3 -I AQ to 0. to clear........... V1 LADIES' GUNMETAL BLUCHER BOOTS, sizes to 6. QQ Annex special CHILDREN'S HERBURT WELT CUSHION SOLE, tan calf, blucher shoes. .Annex special nrp per pair tpl.lD 12c 300 Yds. EMBROIDERY EDGINGS, 3 to 12 inches wide, special an- r nex price, per yard inch TAFFETA HAIR RIBBON, in white, sky, pink. Copenhagen, brown and red. Annex special y per yard 500 Bolts BABY RIBBON, 12 yards 111 bolt, all silk, white, pink. sky. Nile, yellow and red. Annex special, per bolt 100 Pairs DRESS SHIELDS, sizes 3. 4 and 5, Annex price per pair 100 Pairs Child's HOSE SUPPORT- ERS, black or white. Bargain ft annex price, per pair 30 Only Ladies' or Misses' MIDDY COLLARS, white organdy, finish- ed with pink or blue, nar- row band. Annex price 50 Doz. English VALENCIA LACE, Vj to J4 inches wide. 9lp Annex price, per yard 2 C 30 Yds. WHITE CREPE, 30 inches wide, suited for lingerie or kini- onas. Our annex price a per yard ...................O C 50 Only WHITE QUILTS. OQ Annex bargain price, ea. 200 WRITING TABLETS, size i x 8, in our annex Q each vC 25 STOCKING DARNERS. t Annex price, each 300 Sample TOOTH BRUSHES, reg- ular 25c to 50c each. Annex price, each Pauline Chambers' celebrated brown MIXED CANDY, in our annex Q in 1 Ib. packets, per 100 Terry FACE CLOTHS, all white or -white with colored border. J Annex price, each 200 Yards White BISHOP'S LAWN, 40 inches wide, regular 25o i C a yjivd. Annex price per yd. IDC 200 Pair Terry BATH TOWELS, 18 in. x 34 in. in all white or cream with red border. Annex OC- price per pair............. u C 100 Lace PILLOW SHAMS, size 30 x 30, made of 6 cord crochet cotton Nottingham lace. Annex' price Annex Bargains our Ladies' Ready- to- Wear Defit. Ladles' HOUSE DREjSSES, regular up lo Annex special W7 C CHILDREN'S DRESSES, in print ginghams, very special each LADIES' WAISTS, white muslin dimitys, voiles, etc., very CQ special annex price Lsdias' and Children's COMBINA- TIONS, regular 35c. -l Q Annex price 15IC LADIES' DRAWERS and VESTS, good strong quality. 1 A _ Annex special............ J.57C WHITE MUSLIN CORSET COVERS embroidery trimming, each C WHITE MUSLIN DRAWERS, lace trimmed, each CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, 97- worth 40c. Annex price fe I C BOUDOIR CAPS, in muslins, assort- ed colors and in white only -1 J each ItC APRONS, good large size overall style, reg. 40c. for A Nice Line of SHORT KIM- ONAS, worth 51.25, for..: CORSETS, up to for 69c Annex Bargains in Boys and Men's Wear A large ranje of BOYS' TWEED SUITS, all sizes, in good colors. i Regular JQ Annex price BOYS' PANTS, good quality tweeds, all sizes and colors, reg. Q Annex price SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, splendid quality, reg. 85c. for...................... 037C -MEN'S SOCKS, reg. 18c. -I A Annex price.............. 1UC MEN'S SOFT COLLARS, in all col- ors and sizes, reg. 20c Q each for vC Annex is open Wednesday only of each week, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Second Floor. HUDSON'S BAY CO. NO PENSIONS WHERE THE MEN THEMSELVES ARE TP BLAME Ottawa, June Sir Sam Hughes stated tonight that in the working out of the pension system it has been found that several hundred j men have heen invalided because of illness or disease incurred through their own carelessness or misconduct. Hereafter, said the minister, pensions will not be granted where it Is clearly shown that, the disabilities were In- curred through intemperance or other :aii8es for which the men themselves were responsible. Paris, June Victor Em- manuel today signed a decree finally constituting the new Italian cabinet, gays a Havas dispatch from Rome. The cabinet is made up as follows: Premier, Paolo Boselli; foreign af- fairs, Baron Sonnino; colonies, Signer Colosimo; interior, Vlttorf Orlando; justice, Signor Sacchi; finance, Signor Meda; treasury, Paolo Carcano; war, General Morrone; navy; Vice-Admiral Camillocorsi; public Instruction, Fran- cesco Rufilni; public .works, Signor Bonoini; transportation, Enrico Ar- lotta; agriculture. Signor Raineri; commerce and labor, Signor Denava; posts, Signor Fara. Ministers without nida Bissolati, Bergamaschi and Sig- nora Bianchi, Command! and Scieloia. BARON SHAUGHNESSY'S FORMER SECRETARY DIED FROM WOUNDS Toronto. June Ralph Os- ier, who was reported seriously.woun- ded in the recent fighting, has died from his wounds. The late officer, a nephew of Sir Edmund Osier, was em- ployed by the Canadian Pacific rail- way-prior to enlistment, and was for two years secretary to Baron Shaugn- nessy'. TIo enlisted with (he Canadian Scottish as a private, receiving hla commission about three montha ago. TWO KILLED IN TROLLEY SMASH St. Catharines, Out., June Two persons were killed and six injured when early this evening a closed trol- ley car on the Welland division of the Niagara, St. Catharines anil Toronto railway collided with a passenger Lrairi on the Buffalo and Goderich branch of the Grand Trunk at Port Colborne. Mrs. Ryan, 84 years of was bmttally attacked by a burglar Iu her home in East London. Out EDITORS MEKT New York, June 19.--'Extensive pinna have been made for the enter- tainment of several hundred editors attending the annual meeting of the National Editorial association, which began here today. The meeting will continue all the week. I WESLEY The Wesley Bible school will run their annual excursion to Crow's Nest and Coleman this year on July 1st, j the public may stop for the day at either place. Coleman is holding a sports day, including a competition and demon- ststration of miners' relief work, which will be exceptionally interest- ing. Those intending to enjoy this outing in the mountains are reminded that accomodation only has .been made for six hundred and unless a sufficient number of tickets are 2Sth to warrant arranging for a sec- ond train, only those holding tickets can be guaranteed passage, as it will probably be impossible to arrange for a second train after that date. As this is a .holiday and there will probably be a large demand at the last it will he policy to buy your tickets early. They are now on sale at Hed- ley Drug Co., Jackp.on Co. and Peo- ples Drug store on ihe North side. EMPEROR OF JAPAN CONGRATULATES THE CZAR Petrograd, June Emperor has received the following telegram from the Emperor of Japan: great pleasure I have re- ceived the agreeable news of the glor- ]joufl victory of your valiant army iii 'Galicia. I hasten to express to your Imperial majesty my sincerest con- gratulations on the occasion of the high military feat of your army. (Signed) "YOSHISHITO." Wine EXTRA SPECIALS FORWEDNESDAY Gouilerhant Worts, RYE WHISKEY, T> per bottle 85.C Bottled and sealed in bond 1912, under government; Gordon's SLOE GIN, special per Phone 613 Hudson's Bay Co. RED ROSE ;