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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET II BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Summer Goods In Great Variety i New Goods Round .iboad. pearl .waists OCg and w SILK .wh'l'.c-. double tip', Silk Gloves SKIRT BUTTONS 'with shanks' anil keys lor wash shirts 4flc etc. Per dozen tWW PATENT Middies and only, extra 'special .W w M. C. M. C. HOSE For Hie children, the best Wild made, white and (black Sale LINGERIE and colors, in III yd. packets with bodkins DOME tape, ready to use. black or while, per yard........ e an 4 fin Have you been at Hyknds' this week? r disnlaVs of new summer goods m every There is _a treaHnitorefor those who like looking.attne New Neckwear, the and Silk Blouses, the 'New SjimmerrrDress Matenals, an the .jw Suner Dres.e. Cool Knit Underwear LADIES rlb'oed lisle finished Vests, with or without 3SC 2 LADIES'-I-CUMFY CUT" COMBINATIONS-Por- ous at RQfJ On sale LADIES'GAUiE tight or loose kaw'.'all sizes; very special.... LADIES LISLE light knee, lace trimmed, 36 to -U sizes; QCft for LADIES' BalbrigRan. or Silk Lisle, jersey knit, lace trimmed, 26 to 82 band tor CHILDREN'S short sleeves finest quality Swiss rib cotton........ CHILDREN'S or white, knit cotton, close knee, from line to Whitewear Bargains 35c 50c 50c of crepe LADIES' Made from. good quality muslin, embroidery or laco trim LADIES' Oood quality Naln sook with embroidery trim, special C'ORSET The .best line of mcrt ium priced goods we ever had, on salo NIGHT Two or three odd lines go.wns. .slip 51.50 and, for PRINCESS For your summer ff 4 dress, a line on sale Saturday. 1 English Long- C.-I fjfj cloth with embroidery trim; on GIRLS' 1. to 10 years, cot- Ion with embroidery' trim Boys and Girls SKELETON' WA.ISTS' 'With hose supporters, 'slzos 4 lii 12. Siicciul lUw MIDDY Balbrlggan rd thread; iriiiiniRil mtv'y, or rod; for Jirla of age STRAW For the Rlrls; 2nd to choose from; prices Etl'.rt at BOYS' Made I'rom "US' grade v.-liUe or tanoy. .2.10 -7 yews; .90% Discount tu SUNSHADES For. Ilii: little sirls; silk at fancy col- at otic and Made by 13. a'nil H. Black Sateen or light Percales. to 1J years. Price each I wW BOYS' Wliiti- Hal- Imssan. navy trim, short sleeve, special Summer Dress Materials vljrhte'hiiB b'ecn'a great season for Wash anticipated, it 'and.had in stock every novelty that was the East. VOILES, TISSUES. FANCY ORGANDIES, it easy lor you lo select a new Summer Dress. 4 lor.! dresses, etc. On sale Saturday inches wide; 30c ;White Full yard wide, for '.skirts or dresses, a special ;rbargain at' Like in our ''.'iMIddies: yard wide, fine special i'-White Vard wide; or plain finish 18c 39c Lace. Witli. neat, flower de- signs, mauve, pink, sky; very special at "Haxon" A :new. cloth this season. 32 inches, organdie finish, neat on sale Grenadine With moss rose sign in pink and niauve; a yard .v Colored Shantung SMk 34 inches wide; oii sale de- New Neckwear fjo east or west and you will not see newer styles because they are not made. There are new Puritan Collars. Quaker Collars, Organdie Collars; flare effects, Plaftcd and Rolling Collars with tabs, Collar and Cuff Sets, and nranv other new things shown tins'week for the first time. Prices from 25c up to Finest. Hosiery. Don't run short of Hosiery on the trip because you can have a liberal supply at small cost: Regardless of the price you to pay you will find that we offer unequalled values, and the stocks are large enough to sup- ,piy every demand, 'women's Hose, 15c per pair up to Children's Hose, 15c per pair up to 75c. ________ Dainty Summer Dresses cent lower than usual, for we bought them that way. Our regular stock complies tKest showing of Summer Dresses, we'have had (or years. Priced at up to Repp Skirts Ail new this season, some button front, others with vokcs, 24 to 23 bands; spc. ial C CfJ Saturday at "r "WW New Silk Waists Another new lot .of Jap Silk Waists. These arc- washable and liave the new collars; ff A Cfl sizes 3f, to 42; House Dresses Half a dozen tl'ew styles in Indies' Percale and Print House Dresses: sizes up'to 44 in the lot. A Special Saturday Tweed Suits -A good Suit for your summer out- ing. We have 10. suits left, all good cloths and smart styles worth up to A'sk to see iliein tomor- row. SUMMER-WEIGHT CQRSETS NEfti'6 AND WARNERS Rylands Co. The Busy Store NEW 'HOME JOURNAL 'NOW: IN. STOCK News From The Page __ Read the Opposite Beautiful 25c bunch On sale iii our Dry Ooodn June Roses, will fresh cut tomorrow morning. In bunches, from S to 10 In a bunch. Per bunch Candy Specials for Saturday I Delicioi row's sale. s Chocolate Marshmollowf Per pound.............. fresh for tonior- Cocoa Caramels filled wiih Nuts and Fruit- Special ;per pound Salted Peanuts, per Maple Walnut, per pound 2Qc 22c Patilin Chambers, Pure Can Candy. Per pound............ Sugar .Brown, Mixed 25c lOc Specials in Sheet Music To make a' niiick cleaSCnco of .Music have put up these- sheets in to lie selected- -without opening them. from 2 tp-4 13c-to 20c copies OCA Sale Price Lot No. 2 contains .from, l.tb 5 Sale Price tWV Hudsorfs Bay Co, SCENE IN BlRITISii EAST AFRICA British troops are being taken .across the river oh tMs_ giant _ pontoon. In.'thB distance is an observation balloon about to ascend. ONUS KILLED N S., June div for the first time since Went of prisoners of wan hero hecame mutinous and as bf'..thenfe dead. sld'ry-'is'as follows "While prisoners of war were being conducted to compound for physical exercise, one o! them, Fritz Clause, ql.thc knocking him instnsiHlc. The guard was called out to qu'ei! the mutiny and in the melee which followed the'original in- stiirator was shot dead, and our others of the prisoners more or seriously wounded." somesdaj's signs of trot have been noticed so that, while the attack vvas sudden, the guards show- a wonderful promptitude in quell- ing the insubordination. Over 70C Germans .aiid Austrian! are interned or ARNOLD CARRIED HEAVY -.INSURANCE Vancouver, "June more writs against insurance com- lanies for payment of policies'on the ife of the late Wii'iiam R. Arnold, managing director of the Dominion Trust Co., have been the Su- preme Court." Each claims payment of a policy, and further writs MAGIC BAKING POWDER Ottawa, Ont., June all the evidence given today before Sir Chafes Davidson, the comniis-: sioner, who. this morning commenced the enquiry into war contracts relat- ed to the Powell drug and Fielding dressing case in which r Gar land, member for Carlton county, is involved.....The principal witnesses, examined were. Auditor-General Fras er and W. 11 Brown director of mi tary contracts evidence very similar, to that gnen before the Public Accounts committee Mr Fras er mentioned some contracts other than those inquired into bi the- par liamentary committee including one ho said that appirentlj profits as high as one hundred per cent, had been made H. W. Brown director ol militarv contracts, was the first witness ex The of St. Andrew's cluirch will, hold a social in :he church tonight. The engagement -is announced of Miss Agnes M. "Alward, daughter of Mr and ..Mrs. A. Alward-of Fredaric- ton N B to Mr Oiver B Stockford BCL Calgarv The miringe Mill take place shortly J Miss Katharine Brud e who has been leirhinis chool in Stulint, re turned to fue ntv to snend the sum mer vacation with hei narents here members of the choir met. at. the church and from there ivent in autos to the i'rounda near the1 power house in the river bottom. An excellent lunch was served bv tbe ladies after hii.h tbe time wa ru plesantlv in games and general picnic sport. Next Sunday will be the last Sunday the choir vill sing during the sum mer months Special music IB neing prepared for the occasion of the Ma sonic church parade. A goodlv n imber attended the fl M S meeting ot esley chuich at the hone of Mis Brandovv the president Repres the Auxiliary, IVbUlc t nl Circle and Band were out to hear the reports, given bv the delegates Mrs Cobbledick ind Miss C.avvson The and I' Brodle Eleventh The niauag-nfenl 6f Starlantl atre is, Oiwng a benefit di ______ said that the first orders were given early in August on the reouisition of :olonel Jones, head of the branch. In connection with this 01 der, J. Shaver the Canadhn ig ent of Bauer Black of Chicago was introduced to him bv F Garland member for Carlton Shaver would not give a definite estimate ot the Of A li UUU DOIlCy, aun Luntlvl IVULO are a. the late Mr. Arnold amined at the afternoon sittings insurance c at the time of his death last October. Several of the policies had been vvrit: ten -shortly before.his death.-, The total insurance carried by Mr. Arnold, wtth'Uw companies and-the date's of the' policies, Is as follows: Sovereign Life, September 13, 1912. Mutual Life.. November 2s, 19U .-.Nev York -May 2.V arid Seplember 10, 1914 J59000; Standard Life, February 20 --1914 ffiOtii Mirch 10, 1914, 000 and April Can- ada Life. October 1909, October. Bebrnary 1; 1910 North American Ijife, September London Guarantee and Accident Co., March 2, 1911, OF YPRE91'' cost of the goods stated'-that the the i I IS USED BY THE BEST BAKERS UNO EVERYWHERE, ALSOCBV CHIPS m THE LARGE AM EW for a week Me "Vas arreitsd by a British arid tent mjore a court martial _ The court martial dtilv tried him found that his efforts in the cause of orrtcl had baen good and forgave him for other dellmjutnclei. COSl Ol Ule Ernest Powell would be his Ottawa agent. The first order given to Pow ell was for dressings Mr. Brown said lint before auditor general complamel ot prices, he had several intirvtevvs with Mr Shaver, own R to the tact that he 'would not corliti the contract at 23 cents. He was, fiei called on bv Mr Shaver, acconpdincd bv 311 land. He had ptcuou iv called upon Colonel. "Were von surprised to dir land'" asked SMI Charles Davidson I had known him foe some lime, but did not know w hat, connec- tion he had with this contract "Did you enquire' Charles; Mr. Brown went on to loll tint as a result of Ihew interviews Powell I wrote a letter in which he to reduce the price to 31 ceuls, rhe fled atre ib a'we nesdav lime 0 'or the Nursing Mis- sion Vll receipts over and above uenses will go to this worm) institu tlon and it is-hoped that a neat sum will be realized. VI Mcdiune Hat on the look plact o' Miss Bel in lev Mel ran daughter of Mr and Mrs mi ill McLean of that ulv and John tthitr McLane, son ol Ml N McLinr of Denver Col The engmement is announted of Hi-s Louise ilson of Smith s Fi, s Herbeit A TMuUkei pf the intl) Hnttalion COF has friends in CalglO prehensiv e was spent balance of our Spring Stock of price We hare .an selection of Panamas :anfl.OiitinglTats Lethbridge Millinery Co, L. A. SCOTT, MANAGER 514 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 457V she suent last winter with hei sister Mlb lllimplirevs Pieut left for England some time ago wifh draft from the fiOth The marriage took place on June it the Church of St John fie Fvan gelisl Islington London r Revl Grosch lector of Mr B H Kellihei chief engineer of the Grand Trunk Hauf.c riailwav to Creiisic- second daughter of the late M J 0 Connor of Weslon villa for-1 Ireland Utiiur lliiriiihotliam returned from Binff tilcrnonn accompan- ied hi Ills brothri i H B Higmhoth reports were both insplnnt and en couragmg and a vote of thanks was terdered to the ladies for their com reports A. social time was speiu with the no-less after the business vvas and all present Jeel encouraged to do bettei work the-- coming year. Mrs Jas Daw son 821 1th street entertained Wi-slev choir last night m honor of Mrs Gertrude Bailev v ho will soon leave the cltv Mrs Bailev h Is a mnlent of this cits tor intnv vears and for "the last vear and T Inlf has been pianist at vvesiev church and toi some months leadct ot tin choir Hir departure trom the citv will be kecnlv felt not only bv the members ol the choir but bv all lovers 01 music as she was prominent in musical circles, teinjs instructor in pianoforte ij the Conwrxalory Rev C, H Cobbledicl on behalf of the members ol the chorr presented Mrs Bailcv with i necklace set witl peatls and in a shott address cypress fd the icgitt ivilh which her depai- lure vvas ie1l MTS Bnile) Is gome to Saskatchewan where her husband is connected with the Mounted Po- lice: There was a attendance at tie t-van llu. open air rail} of the Feo- the s thnstian Lmon in Dark wedding was celebrated at noon on Wednesday at the St.- Charles Fsrm, west of Warner, when .Miss Helen Mosedale. youngest of F. 7 Mosedale. was united In marriage to Mr. Hugh Dickson, a well-known and popular figure In the district south of Lethhrldge. The ceremony wis performed in the large dining room of the Mosenale residence and the room was tastetullv d corated a conspicuous feature being the arch was formed of June roses The bride was attired In silk and white o erlace with veil and carried a spray bouquet of white roses She vvas given awav V her father and attended bv hei sister who was charmingly gowned The was attended by Mr loe Mosedale brother ot the bride Jhe ceremony vvas performed b> the Rev O H Cob bledick of Lethimdge After the ceremony the breakfast was served and a short reception held in tne drawing loon, after which.the happy where Dajton bv auto. took tht train, for monHe where the CaTarv and Banff Th.r expect to visit several points of interest m the GETS TRANSPORTS -It was officiallj London, .nine announced todas that the Victoria last evening rhe man kmu in Ol somewhat untavur klllll 111 v" j n iblr signs m the skies and the in- terest of the goodlv cotnpanv which gathered maintained throughout the meeting V. Matsh of the Inion, prreultd and on personal VVOIH wcie ahlv delivered bv Ml lhaell anil Rev H riclioon vvlm each cmphisued the "and his wife, in the city for- n wi am ovei in the c.... Ihcv in it present tl. !Mr ind Mrs frank l-l R Hiffinhoth- nmilcc.n.J.0. tmce an nee of per- or nicstb ol -me 1'iiLii iu tm.-j nnCSi rSSd Mve VTillllMIU HI nilncsb Ihal al U cents Mr would mike i profit ol onh five pet cent He thin ccrtlliect to the prices being fair and reasonable Sir Charles llns time conic' from South America. The legulir Ladi business -meeting of Aid vvas held Wed ncsday afternoon in the chinch par to Sii" A numncr of business n.atlcrs the will meet In sfections at Red is headiitiarlers each Tuesdav at won Nejt Tuesdav Mrs Stacey s ftlll Mr had an idci that Jlr, take had some connn-tian with Mr Powell but dul not knoy dBiip itfK until later _ J'{ The assessor's figures give Bnmp- Mrs church choir ullt their an sonil service Mr nenooii uigcd that there were thrc" esscntnls in suciess- ful work, namel) Mo got right God to have lalth in God ind to nave, taith n men I K J lotsler followed with ai inspiring op the prohibition question much appreciated solo rendeud bj Mr Scott, while a duct hv the Miss.cs Smcs and Hazel was given vJith much cfiecl Tht. nitcting vvas brought to a close b; ibi- singing of tHe liationa! anthem and" tin. pronoifhspWnt' of the hews iticlion bv I he Mllv iw-as succjfeMiind Shows mav he of tlifs nature A yuiet, but eijcontiouallj prettj vlBh them even hanpmess in their lew state. v.c. FOP SINKING London, June New For July 1 Dress Hats r Lace Hate Outing Hats Trimmed Hats NEWEST COLORS SHAPES MISSCIMSLEY 407 5th STREET SOUTH. FIRST SESSION Winnipeg Man, June The Commission appointed to investigate the Fullerton charg- es will hold tint formal session this afternoon to or for the actual taking of evidence _____ Pure Pasteurized Milk Absolutely Value iottltl 13 QUARTS..... PHONE AND OUR WAGON WILL CALL W, have Th, and Modern Dairy In, thf vIolnHy of Litnbndje WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Cor. 13th St ;