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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TttESDAV, JUNE 22, 1915 THE LETlinillPGE f) A 11, Y H E R A t, ft PAGE Rulands Co., Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear, Etc. Embroi( lie Dresses we were optionally lortuimlo BMuring the nrputlcnlly''factory prioeB. .r. dalnty White Voile Dr.i.e. which were lnw.rtt.1 from New Th.i.iW. orepe de chene and border.- v.M.., The .lzesarV36 On i.le Wedneidsy at New White Japanese Silk Waists These smart tub Silk Waists ar- rived here only ywUmtay. They are made trom extra heavy White Jap Silk1. The styles are different from anything we have shown 'before with-.their new sport collar. The crepe ie chcne waists' with the new frill trout and puritan collars are also very smart. Priced to White Repp Skirts Brand new .White pepp.bkirts, some wiUi yoke, others '.bulton front, 'wide flare .bottoms; sizes 24 to 38 band; i C4 CQ t- Warm Weather Needs on Sale Wed. 50c pr. weight with 'dqu.bie: In black or white': sizei 6 to 8. Now in stock! Coiitt'y-Cut Vests 35c A Bleyeless with a patent slip off "the shoulder in lisle, or porous knlt.initerlals. Col'd Pouge Silk heivy quality Pongee Dress Silk 34 inchss wide; colors are pink, Dutch Wue, Copenhagen, old rose, Palm Beach, Child's Straw Hats. 200 Straw Hats to, choose from styles Tor the girls from 2 to 12 years.' Mexican 35c; StroV-Hats for "the small Soys. 50c up. Winnipeg. Man., June Norris received about 'WO menlSers 01 the Manitoba Methodist 'coatereucft at the Parliament buildings this morn? ing and answering their spokesman. Intimated that a provincial ..election would be followed by a referendum on the question'of the prohibition qf the sa'ie of liijuor. The deputation asked -for tion as a war measure, ta after the war only by referendum. The Premier replied that the spv, eminent had no authority to enact such legislation at the present time. The government, he said, wanted -to ascertain if the people wanted, them to hold office before they enacted im- portant legislation. As soon as they found this out, if they still had autn- oritv the whole temperance question would be dealt with as outlined in the Liberal platform, by submitting .the Question to a referendum of the .el- ectors. .j. CROSS XOTICK Cross rooms in the Ac- uilia Block will lie all day tomorrow (or sewing, H -p; is hoped that all work that, is out, he turned in as the ship- raent-is 10-lie .made on Dr. and Mi's. Campbell left last ighi for Renfrew, Ontario. Mrs. L. 0. UeVH.n Ml yesterday [or H. where her son is i the Bank nl Montreal. Miss G. Binning, "I Kith St. north, eluWil home-on Saturday from a week's visit with relatives in nofth- jioir.ts. Mrs. H. left Holiday morn- ing for Monta Crista, (-'olo., where she will visit during the summer. Miss 1-idna Llavy roliirned luime af- ter spending the week-mil in Diamond City. Mrs -J K. -Ainshe. oi Chicago, is the guest oi liei Mrs. Hugh Doiinan. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. .Meiriam, oi Lucky are spending a tew ilays' in the city. _ _ .'William and Fred Henderson return-} home yesterday from Toronto, j M-liere they attended I'pper Canada j College last "term. HUDSON'S BAY ECONOMY for Wednesday Mornin Sale from 8.30 to 1 p.m. No Phone Orders, please1 Seems Like Giv- ing Them Away Novelty Parasols 85c all cleared iis morning covered tops on brass 85o rallies to The Busy Store LatelfyfMashop is Laid to Rest Winnipeg June The body of the late 'Archbishop Langevin was laid to .rest today: in a crypt of his CathedraKof St. Boniface. Yesterday the caskot containing the remains was rooied from the sacristy of the Cathedral to the sanctuary and the 1pspers for the dead recited This forenoon at 10 o dock the last ser ices the resignation of Hon Louis Coderc secretary of state whose resignation is m the hands of Sir Robert Borden Hon J Tellier, a former Conservative leader in the Quebec has been on two occasions offered the position but has refused for private and faimlv reasons Edmonton, June, 32.- Ho -.C- Gross, attorney-general of Alberta has appointed J ud'so "Carpenter, of the Calgarv district .court, as com- nissionS: for the. purpose o invest gating oil companies anu maUcis a fccting the oil business ra this Carpenter, who is Sere to- dav will enter on his-. duties 'at Lai- on Julv 13 and will later sil II Edmonton for tie same puipose rank r old KC has been appoint- ed as counsel to icl with Lal- pcntei nccessarj Ihc commlEsionei: examine al! complaints nade to him In it individuals or ho con ,luc, tliemsehps aggueied in aiu regarding oil flotations or stock change transactions connected there with and mil advise those who ap pit to him as to. Mliat course jn hti judgment they should pursue Judge farpenter will m iki a re port .to the Attolnei-GeiiLral on th' matters coming before.him and also as to a..J Lr.minal prosecutions ,vhich ma> be regarded as necessary Regina pronounced the funeral oration in French while Bishop McNally per formed a similar service in English THERE'S SOMETHING IN HYGIENIC ICE CREAM for H io served in nearly all the Parlors in Lethbridge, and in prarti- cally Town in the district. Theic't, a icason The something" is Quality, and WioLcsomenevs Tt is Cooling, Re- fieslnng and Delicious Hygienic L e Cream is made in the most up-to-date Plant in Soiithein i Ijlhei ta 0w ners o f ice cieanvpai'lflH at c i iiilgeS iol jte cicain, and the tollowinglist speaks, toi tho quahU ot Hygienic brand. For the Itc TJicain.it is, to make, Msit Sewed in The Following Ice Cream Partars in Lethbridge: Kandj Kitchen Commercial Cat'c Belfinn Cafr New York Cafe B. C. Cafe Palace Ice Cream Parlor Bay Tea Room The Gem Qtiong Sang BY- HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SOLD IN ICE CREAM PARLORS IN THE FOLLOWING TOWNS Macleod Hillcrest Blairniorc Coleman Frank Michel Fernic Barons Champion Carmangay Vulcan Brant Noblcford Kipp Coalhursl Taber Bnrdfitt Bow Island Magrath Raymond ForemoMt f.Kfalgliry .1. S. 1-lam- My.'of Lethbrjdgc, is spendinp; a few days in the city! aim will he accom- panied hack to" l.ethl.ridge by Mrs. Haniiy. Tlie Ladies' Aid Wesley chm'ch ill meet in the on Wcdnes- ty afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Daughters and Maids oi ICng- are requested to meet tomorrow ght" av eight p.'m. at 937 7th St. H memiicrs are requested to attend. The social eVening in connection -ilh the G.-.Jl.r A- which was post- qned on account oi the weather, will e held this evening at the residence Mrs. G. Cudoba. Members and ieir friends are; cordially invited. Those Wesley church umlay were' 'treated with a singing rcat by Mr. A. niplock oi Mont- cal. Jl'v. 'Blplocji possesses a very ne his rendering Hie plo part in- '.'Keek Ve the beautiful; f.Mr. Diplock sang at otll An ice strawberry social K being arranged for Wednesday even- im on the h.wn of St. Matthew's hutch; Coalhurst: Different games Mil he played, and a general good line is assured all. those who attend 'His. S. li. Jones, 5lh avenue north .-as the a pleasant sur- prise party lastievening, given by tlie nembets 01 the G K club when .hey presented iier with a leather- lOimd voi pleasantly "and the.serving of refresh- iielits brought the evening to a close Mrs-. Jones leave shortly for i sojourn at, the cities, and California, retnniing vfa Salt Lake. Gaimaiigav Sun Mrs (Dr son entertained on Monday evening n honor of her sister, -Miss L. G Fair, oi Raymond, who..was visiting he'f prior to leaving for hes home in Ontario. Progressive whist was play At 99c Last of these Boys'Wash Suits to Clear Wednesday moruing see. i lie.lust, of these Boys' Wash Suits. Oliver Twist styles, pretty de- sie'iis- aiid-'oolors. .Sixes 4 and rep-value are -99c At OQ Values in Ladies' Gun Metal Boots in 'BnHon Boots, "Maferjfll. is se- nea.t -ronnd a reg'iilai: ynlu.fi. lMUViHt ;S2.39 IJtisneat stvlt- 1 far ladies' wear. leeiedj, (i.iiiiinelal IlJSl'll a Canadian Beauty Electric Iron-A Hot Weather Necessity Save lime, save hard work hy using one ol' these Ca- nadian Beauty Electric Irons. Fully, friiaraiiteed fur all -B.y special eoniri'vanee easily converted i-nto.electric stove; with 15 on'sale tomorrow for Clearance of Children's Dresses, 95c in this dea.insi include urns, eadel.s and value ._. Children- esses Voev 14 and 16 em- ('olois 950 UHliar.O. 1 ivulau lyrto plat- j------- ed at fite tables tl" honors being nock seconded won-by Miss Ina Baker and Mr. M A. Vanhorn. t Hat OJews: A wed- ding was solemnized this inornins at o'c'.ock. at Barnabas Church, Her. E. A. "Davis officiating, when Miss Mildred'-Lussier was .united in marriage to -Sir. Roy Myers of Cran- brook. B.C. After; the .ceremony the wedding party returned to the of the >ddin Crop Prospects al Grassy Lake are Excellent Messrs S S Dunham ute-piesi nun of the L'i and G R Mar noch piesldcnt of the, Lethbndgc Boaid ol Irade spent Saturday m the Lake district Both men addressed an enthusiastic meeting of 70 farmers and bu mess men at Grassi I ake in the alternoon Mr Dunham spoke on farming topics n genenl and shotted tne farmers the need of organizing f-ci whes m theu. work He tecoinmLnued form a -branch of the J picious sounds from the upstairs re. j me back trt Edmonton ____i i ;niTaufirr-iir> nnrf wnri' llie ion c.aused him to investigate and induiK VorsalUt plundering em lojePs bedroom the alarra tint uith presence o( mind decu ni to Chinese held tht door from the outside and sent loi tlie police orsaiut as found Constable tt.gg who answered the tall sitting on the bid vith his pockets fjllcd with plunder and tfTiiTcel ot-aftlcles done up tesido him aruised pleaded that lit wis drunk at the tine but the constable leilined that he was not Hhen he was apprehend ed he said to the police Don't send ig partv returne.a to .ne uuuie bride's mother.; when a dainty breakfast was served, after which the young couple left for their home in-Granhrook, motor B.C. .funius Spencer -Morgan, son of J Morgan, and grandson of 'the late j Pierpomt Morgan was married to Louise Converse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Shepherd .Converse The ceremony took plate in St Paul s Episcopal Church at Westwood Mass The 01 ide s attendants w ere Augusta and Mane her sisters and Miss fane Moigan Air Morgans sis ter The ceremony was perfoimed by the Re% George Alexander Stiong of York He had the assistance of the Rei Francis Lee Whittemorc Mi Morgan was attended a ciass mate at Harvard, Louis Curtis, ]r., ho sened is best man The ushers ire some 0111 tliem also Harvard classilldtes Called Home When About to Sail II. WcL'elland iirs. lll'jllt frok ..._. who was -.York for Lnkland bis hcen called hack to LetTibrinVo owing to th< illnfis of her molher Mrs 1 H Wallace Mu Ml the city ahout i week aHo for Fngland she intended to take up Hcd CioSi, work She was ahollt to sail on the Arabu for the. old counlrj when she received a w ID Qomc home immcduitcl) e'r ind' the police are look ing up the nlan s records In the meantime he do uttle bit it lieautitung the local police barracks MOflf COUNTIES DHY r coun- with 61 salooM, teW te.daj m countv option in( oreaemg to 18 the number that has ousted" saloons difdeY the acted county optipn law. The counr ties Aat dry are Chippefa, Pairibaiilt Houston, Mellales.jT and; that V Mr Mat no s kttat? uents and duelt on the advantages such an as the I P Both speakcis were ntll lecencd ind although no steps uere taken at the meeting to imns of the farmers expressed themselves en tireiv :tn favor of forming a loca branch of tlic T3 P A Messrs jllarnoch and Dunhim were pleased wuh the prospects on the Snssv Lake distncl ind said that the crops compare will those in part ol the south Ihe I cthbndgD men visited the larm of Mr Pcrrj who has <5ne 01 the demon- stration plots on his1 farm U pres cnt the land is1 being summerfallow-' eti in preparation for next crop Mr ljem has a verv fini farm in the opinion of "Mr Dunham stated for dr) land larming it was a elation Small fruits ner lies, and vegetables grow in profusion behind nourishing wind Breaks Mi Jlaritoclr1 declared the results obtain ed In Mr Pern compared with those oMaiued in the irrigated district) here. Three Months for Theft an VusMian, was leslerda) sentenced tn ninety dajs hard labor in the mounted police bar- lacks bv Police Magistrate Blton for attempting theft from B.ng tto a to- cil Chlmnian On wcnl into Bmg Wo's rirtaurant on. I3fh sfreet north and ordered a meal While the cook, was preparing the meal the Austrian stole iigstalrt and entered a he began to fill his pockets with toilet articles Shtving ctwm ind talcum jiowdcr caught hn fail-! jia-ticnlarh While ho waif engaged at this netanous flic cook returned to the dmirg room find tjje. customer gone Sus RDER a sujpply of from your grocer, to be sent with your week's supply of Provisions, logical sensible closing item on every grocery list. Always in demand as an after-dinner confection. 'MADfe''h. CANADA Sat? Coter Jound in Ctucltl Package CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LiMITED TORONTO ;