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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIUUY, Jil'NE 1016 TrMfLY h'EHALD PAGE NINE Everything Ready for the Big Sale Tonight __ .'hijit road ovor-this list and .yo'u will-see why wo a IT milking (irrangonieiits to sc.vy.e u ulon- crowd tonight. Wo doubt if ever a im.lay night, list ever contained so iniiuy iii- (evesling1 bargains. WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, made from a 1'ino pique with bolt and pockets, reg. ?1.7a_ for tonight only, OP to 37 in. band. BOYS' BUSTER SUITE, to 0 year, made from fast color striped galateu (M r A up to tonight LADIES'COMBINATIONS, fine ribbed cotton, lace irimmed, values up to 85c, tonight MEN'S SOCKS black sfiainless cotton, size 11 11% to- night only, 2 pa. 25c 65c MEN'S MERINO UNDERWEAR, natural colors, sixes Ilfi lo 40 only, Shirt or drawers...... MEN'S NIGHT GOVVNS, flue (will white cotton.-aittos 15 to ley-., tonight only MEN'S SHIRTS, tan shade, with separate soft collars, sixes up lo tonight only........... TAFFETA RIBBON, I Inches wide, colors pink, blue, red, i'or hair ribbons, etc., -i n per yard 1UC 95c GIRLS' STOCKINGS, fine rib- bed Bilk lisle finish, colors, tan. while blHcl-, to 9. tonight' CHILDREN'S SOCKS, Ameri- can made Bockii, fine cotton, colored "turn over" o _ tons, tonight 'IOC SILK HOSE black or white with lisle tops while thoy last, tonight LAD1E61 HOSE, with elastic ribbed tons, fine Miico cotton jam. regular 35o, to- night 2 pairs BATH TOWELS, white or tan colored, Turkish crasli on sale tonight only a pair GLASS CLOTH, pure linen, 17 Inches wide red check, regu- lar loe, tonight a yard........- CURTAIN MUSLIN, eream with coin apot, :1C inches wide, tonight only j r a yard................ 1J i. PiLLOW" SLIPS, ready to use. 42 Inches by 36 j r tonight only .each i.Y'-lDC LADIES' VESTS, a sample lot worth up to 25c, all -l e styles and sizes, tonight IOC lOc RYLANDS CO. Proctor. H. C., Juno froHi hir, lit a cougar swimming in the water near Proctor, Charlie Pete, an Indian, missed. The cougar .jiado for the canoe, climbed in nnd the Indian went overboard. He llouii- around until he grasped suuie driftwood and on Unit floated for a mile down with'the cougar all (he way. before he was res- cued by another Indian, The wild cat went ashore and slunk quietly into the woods. The Indian lost liis rifle, flsli- jing tackle and several char and sal- mon he had caught. Pete was fishing and had made' a Ifood catch when he Haw the cougar Uwiimiiing across the lake. He went ]ashore, grabbed hfs rifle and paddled out to meet tin; animal. At a of about 75 he fired and missed, but the cougar kept coming and be- jl'orc lie coulu shoot again had climber'. [aboard, the Indian slipping over on the other sidy. Floating down stream on the drift- wood Pete engaged in a long battle with the cougar which continually I struck at him as the canoe and dvift- iwood with their burdens bumped into leach other. Pete was a pretty sick Indian when he was dragged out o[ the water into safety by John Alexander, another aborigine and has not recovered yet. Proctor residents saw part of the battle. Cleaning the steps, either wood or stone, is a lot easier if you use Old Dutch London, June London j Daily Mail says: "We understand that Prince Albert, the King's second son, took part as sub-lieutenant in his ship 'in the recent naval battle off Jutland. The Prince is 20 years old. He joined the Royal Navy as midshipman in and has proved a Keen sailor. In September, 1914. he underwent an op- eration for appendicitis, and his slow caused him great disappoint- ment, for he was most anxious to re- sume his naval duties. He recently rejoined his ship, and on May 15 he was promoted from acting sub-lieu- tenant to sub-lieutenant." OF RUN GETS 100 BIG PAY London, June An agitation has been started by the London Sktech I Lord Raglan, who, as govcr- of the Isle, of Man, receives f inds a year, which is more than the 5larv of VIce-Admlral Sir David commanding the battle cruis- jr squadron, and only 25 pounds less 'Than the salary of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, commonfling the British n. to the Sketch WV lpeared at the >ear' kin at Knew. "JO' If 1 Had Eczema I'd simply wash H away with that soothing liquid, D.D.D. Prescription. Tho first drops instantly stop that awful Itch. We cannoi" absolutely guarantee a cure every time but we do say this. K the first, bottle does not relieve you, it will not cost you a cent. Try B.D.D. Soap too. It will keep your skin healthy. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited, Late C. C. James The late'iC. C. James, Dominion commissioner of agriculture, who died suddenly at St.. Catharines, Ontario, yesterday, was of Irish origin of United Empire Loyalist de- scent and was born in 18G3 in Napa- nee, Ont. He received his early edu- cation in that town and later in Vic- toria university, Toronto, where he graduated in arts in 1883 winning the gold medal'in natural sciences in 1SS6. receiving his JI. A. degree from that university. He was assistant master of Cobourg collegiate institute from 1883 to 1886, then spent five years as professor of chemistry in Ontario agricultural college at Gnelph. From 1891 he was deputy minister of agri- culture for Ontario and secretary of the Ontario bureau of industries. He joined the Dominion department of agriculture in 1912. ID the coronation honors in 1911 he received the C.M.G.-in recognition of his contributions to the national life. A lecturer of note he was also an author and authority on agricultural problems. His books include "The Early History of the Town of Am- "The Second Legislature of Upper "A Tennyson Pil- grimage and Tennyson the Imperial- the "Downfall a Huron Na- "The Romance of Ontario" and other works as well as innumerable contributions to magazines. Mr. Jnmos was a Mettiodtst In religion. WM. F. McCOOMBS, Chairman of the Democratic Na- tional Committee, who called the Dem ocratic National Convention to order in St. Louis. He is "the original Wil- son HAIL INSURANCE .Mr. Farmer, when you buy SEED GRAIN, you get. the best. Wlien .you buy HAIL INSURANCE, also get the costs no more ami in event of loss, you get full payment. The British-Amorica (Strongest Assets .'........and the Homo Insnraiice of New York, Assets GUARANTEE LOWEST RATES, PROMPT PROTECTION WRITE TELEPHONE CALL W. F. NELSON COMPANY, 416 5th Street Soif'th TELEPHONE 1214. AL.TA. P. O. BOX 354. APPEAL TO ALBERTA FOR SERBIAN RELIEF So many demands have heen made on public generosity as a result of the war that there might be hesitancy in presenting another if the needs were not so great. The Canadian public [have met all demands nobly, hut it i1? still safe to say that those who are staying at horns in peace are contrib- uting very much less than those who have gone to fight.for of human liberty. Compared with, some of the unfortunate countries of Europe Canada scarcely knows she is at war. One of the most unfortunate or the little nations, In whose cause our em- pire has taken up this great fight, is Serbia. It was the spirit of the Ser- bian people, which refused to abuse itself before Austria and Germany, that was used as a pretext by.those nations for this war, and Serbia has suffered for her liberty perhaps even more than Belgium, although the'dis- tress of the Serbian people lias not been so prominently before the Can- adian piibiie. The recent visit of Airs. Pankhurst to Calgary, resulted in the organiza- tion of a branch of the Canadian Ser- bian Relief society with Mr. J. S. Den- nis, assistant to the president of the Canadian Pacific railway, as presi- dent and Rev. Cox Clarke, of Cal- gary, secretary-treasurer. A commit- tee of prominent men and women complete the organization and an ap- peal is now made for "funds to assist the families of our destitute allies iu Serbia. Contributions may be made in goods but cash Is preferred as it can be forwarded more quickly and gives more immediate relief. Tho need is very great and it is felt that this appeal will not fall un- heeded by the people of Alberta. Al- ready somti substantial contributions have been received, and others, sent either to Mr. Dennis, or to Rev. Cox Clarke, 18th Avenue West, Cal- gary, will be promptly acknowledged and at onco placed In the way of as- ilatlng a noble people who are reduced to destitution by the ravages of war'. COMING on MONDAY PHONE 1224 The 'New K The merits of this modern range and the new features it possesses will be at our store. This range is just being placed on the market and we invite all interested to see it on Monday. WE HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR LETHBRIDGE C. G. GO HARDWARE, 524 13TH STREET NORTH urn USE D! Smart .work by tlie Mounted police yesterday resulted in getting two gen- tlemen in Taber who are believed to be wanted on a couple of charges. R. Clark and Lloyd are the pair and they are now days at the barracks on a vag charge. It is be- lieved however, that they are deser- ters from one of the Alberta battal- ions, and that some time ago they broke into a house near .Monarch, helping themselves" to'Civilian clothes and leaving their uniforms in pay- ment.. The police are investigating and if the investigation proves this to be the case they., will face more serious tlie end of the i-SO days. ROBERT -W. SERVICE, CANADIAN RtO-CfiGSsrNG FOR __ FRANCE Regarding his new job, .Mr. Service writes; "Am engaged with French Army, driving ambulance motor car. We take the wounded right from the trendies, often under fire. We .sleep in our boots, eat army rations, and receive one cent per day." USING FLY PADS READ f.ABLFlJlLY fOUQW I The Art Xeedlework clun will ineel oil .Monday afternoon wltll Mrs. VounK 5tll avenue Kotitli. The executive nf the I.O.U.E. will meet al four o'clock after- noon at llie Y..M.C.A. .Mrs. T. II. Martin, who has been j visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Mc- Nichol. returned today to her homo in Mac-lend. .Mrs. A. Goodman, Counauglil Man- sions, left this morning on a short trip to Victoria. B. C. Mrs. Ernest Hroolc has returned from Medicine Hat. after seeing her husband on with (he O..M.11 on Thursday night. Through the kindness of Mr. Frache Flower Guild distributed flowers to tlie patients at the Gait Hospital yesterday afternoon. The P. Club will meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Kowler, 301 Ulh avenue A. Miss Inzola liardio left yesterday for Calgary to join her mother, Mrs. D. llardie wlio has been spend- ing the week in that city. The following councillors have been elected for the Alberta Graduate Nurses' association: Miss MePhedrau. Calgary. Miss Smith, Calgary; Miss Gilrnour, Edmonton; Miss Rutherford, Calgary; Mrs. Armstrong. Edmonton: Miss Winslow, Medicine Hat aucl Miss Edy. Calgary. -Mrs. .1. T. Graham of Lethbridge, was appointed worthy grand matron of the grand chapter of the Eastern Star lodge at the. ajmual session held in Banff on June .2Lst. and 22nd. The other oflicers elected are G. P., Mr. .Mitchell, Alix; A. G. -M., .Mrs. Carter. Edmonton; A. G.. P.. Mr. Ritchie, Banff: Norton, Coal- dale, assistant conductress, Mrs. Dal- las, Athabasca....... Announcements of the marriage ol Helen Chilton, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mewlrarn to Mr. Nor- man Boverley -Robinson on Friday, June 16th, -in the-city of New York, have been received In the city. Mr. Robinson is manager-oE the Dominion bank at- Mrs. Mewburn and Miss .Jessie Bel- cher le'f-t -on June-17th i'or England where Miss Belcher and Captain Hast- ings Mewburn, 20th battery, will shortly married. Mrs. E. TJ. Hylands lias received word that her uncle, Mr. I. G. John- stone died suddenly last night at the General hospital, Vancouver, llr. .Tolmstone had lived at the coast for over twenty-live years; two years ago lie came to reside' with Mrs. Rylands and was on a visit to his old home j when he died. Mr. and .Mrs. Rylands leave tomorrow morning for Vancou- Last evening the Protheou class of Wesley church and their friends were delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Daniel. After a jolly hay rack ride the early part of the-evening-ivas spent in games of various kinds-on the spacious lawn. Indoors the time passed all too'quick- ly in charades, music, etc., after which delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, A pleasing feature of the evening was the pre- sentation, of gifts'from the class to 'o of their members, Mrs. P. Thaell and Mrs. Chishoim, now of Empress, who have recently been married. A most hearty vote of thanks was ten- dered Mr. and Mrs. Daniel for .so kindly opening their home to the young people of the church and their kind hospitality will long be remem- bered by them. SUNNY SOUTHERN ALBERTA (1916 Song of Alberta) I've reached the land of sun and rain; Conditions best for growing grain. The wind it blows with balmy breeze And brings the leaves out on the trees. Chorus Alberta land, sweet, sunny land; As on thy fertile soil 1 stand, I look away across thy fields And reckon "siity bushel For. in the growing month of Slay, Six inches the papers say. The farmer walks out to his Brain. 'Tis grown six Inches since the rain. He looks around his fields to see, No finer crops could ever be. We've plenty of hay and plenty of oats And plenty of feed to give our shoots. And on our rich alfalfa hay Our chickens lay two eggs a day. Our horses, Percheron aiid Shire, Bring top price from any buyer; They beat the high priced gasoline Which runs the motor trucks we've seen. The cattlo feed the year around On grass that grows on unplowed ground. Ill springtime they are sleek and fat; No flies on tell you that. Come to this bright Alberta land; Prosperity with you will stand. You'll lose your tears! you'll lose your cares! And finally be MILLIONAIRES! LIBERALS NAME HAY Jlllvcrton, Ont., Juno Wel- lington Hay, Llstowol nominated more tlrim Sticky Fly by the of'North Perth to op. Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by nose John Maklns, Conservative in tho Druggists and Grocers everywhere. by-oleetlon for Ontario legislature. HEALTH BISCUITS WHAT ARE Musi food that 1lio average Family diet contains too large a percentage Fine Food and this Fine food is largely the cause of so 'much stomach and hovvel I rouble. Medicine only aggravates the trouble, a pro- per balanced ration is the only permanent cure. Brown bread is one method but the objection to Drown that one or two slices which is all the average perso and that amount of brown bread does not contain enou You owe it to _______ to yourself and family to give these biscuits a thorough trial. You can toast them, or eat them with cream and sugar, or juat butter them, you will find them very nice eating any way you try them. anymiuuiemmi. They are not meant to take the place of bread or any other food in daily use but are a supplement to the family ration for 3 particular purpose, and for this purpose they are better than any food on the market today. They are fine for children, your only trouble will be to see thst they do not eat too many, one or in some cases two a day will be enough. Ask Your Grocer today for a pack- age, or our Driver will supply you Made ouly by JOHN GILMORE Baker of Quaker Bread Phone 378 London, June in But of the capture of the Brussels, which; belongs to the Great Eastern Railway Company, was made toda'y of the line here. The Vessel wasron her way from Rotterdam to Tilbury with passengers and mails. She was captured yesterday. Most of the passengers on the Brussels were Belgian refugees on their way to England. The BruBsels' If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide (Made iu is a 285 foot vessel, rtons gross and built in-1312. Tilbury is on the Thames on the, outskirts of London. The route from Rotterdam lies across the end of the North Sea on. a line which passes; ,abQut' forty miles. north of Ze.ebrugge. The German trovers probably set forth from Zee- brugge. i .NAMED IN NORTH 'GREY Owen Sound, June S. Middleboro ,was .nominated today by the Conservatives of North Grey as a candidate for the federal houie in. the enlarged North Grey conatituencr. Why Best Is Cheapest manufacturers of Ivory Soap aim to pro- duce the best soap that can be made, regardless of price. You can buy Ivory Soap for 5 cents because the great demand reduces manufactur- ing cost to a minimum. B CENTS! PURE Procter t OanHf ttetaria in Rsmiltim, Ctntta ;