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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1015 RylancU Co, The Store Saturday Nigtit BARGAINS This Is another of our "WONDER BARGAIN LISTS." For Three Hour. Tonight you can buy good, cheaper than you.could In .the We for you-no away you llve-you can .ave your car fare on a .ingle purcha.e. 200 yards Wlrto Taffeta Silk Hair Ribbon. On sale to- 4 J Q niglit only, per yard WHITE choice ot 10 only White Ropp Skirts; regular ji.50 to M; QQ for HOUSE D R E 8 S E new this month; fust color imnis; worth up to ?3.50 Tor SERGE quality all wnol serge, braidlrlninieil; black or navy; Price SILK GLOVE eycry- ,whore tor flo.0; wlilto, b'laok and colors; a pair color MiiiK- in Lnmiuuu, 53.45 CORSET EMBROIDERY A strong muslin enibroid- ery: neat pattern, at.. LADIES' Indestructible toe and heel; fast Muck; pairs for Silk .finished, 40 inches wide, colors mauve, sky, white ALLOVER Neat patterns worth up A to 86c yard; on sale.. W I U BOYS' -Heavy rib. cotton wear guaranteed'; sizes 4 CM 1VW !U lUVIlCp 25c To rid lo the life and beauty of flannelf, laces and LUX the incomparable ckan- aor. LUX it the puro 09- Hence of fine soap, in flakes It disnolve. readily in hot a croam-lika lather which cannot, injure fins fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX. u lOc. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUALD 8% to per pair. I 200 yards of 36 incli While Madapolam, White Cambric, J J g or White Nainaook up to SILK domes at wrist, heavy quality; double tips; a pair.... WWW BOYS' 2 to g yean; heavy Mw a puir MEN'S UNDERWEAR; Merino finish, for present iveor CQn per garmant.......'.. WWW ARROW the men; our special price 4 each IUC SILK white, black, tan or fancy; your choice ALL SILK HOIE real eood, sold any time; now LADisr DRAWERS; and medium sixes; gauze knlf on sale MIDDY Drill; all sizes, worth on sale............... CHIFFON wide, fine and sheer; regular 4 C 36c value, on sale I W W Ladies' Night Gowns In Crepe or Fine Muslin, slip over or button front style; worth up to S2.QO; tonight only.. RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store Made in by Lover Limited, Toi-onto. CLEVER COLORED MINSTRELS The large audience last night at the popular playhouse pronounced the Nashville Students' colored minstrels one of the best troupes that have ever -been see" in Their clean- cut comedy and latest jokes kept the audience in continual uproar. Coy Hendon, the's greatest hoop-roller, was seen in a .wonderful .axhibition, 'and he was pronounced a marvel. Tonight will ie the last appearance of these colored artists, and the man- agement advises everyone who likes this sort at entertainment not to miss It. SWISS AVIATORS FALL Berne, June Swiss aviation officers aiet with i accident yesterday near Zurich, fa ing 300 feet. Ueut. iLuirin killed and Lieut, von Kaenal was seriously injured. Bl GROWTH A magnificent sample of fall wheat was brought into the Herald loday from the farm of David Fawns, at Raymond. It .lands 54 inches high and is fully headed out, and the ker- nels are filling out. The patch from which it was taken is all about the same as this sample and Mr. Pawns' crop is Ihe rule, not.ilia exception In tins, district. v London, June. 2fi, p.'m.-Geiior- al W SoukhomlinoB, the Russian ministsr oi war, has resigned, Ac- cording lo a despatch from Petro- grad to Rental's Telegraph company, it is .understood that General Poli- vanofl, tormer assistant minister oi war, will succeed General boukhom- linoff.__________ BLOCKADE Aliss Alice (tilmer leaves loclay for Provost, Alta., to spend her summer Holidays. Kcv. Al. lliirrlmm HIU! i.imily liavc moved from1 Clairsholm to Smn- inerland, IJ. C. Mr. and .Mrs. Kubrrl. Mitchell, of Hellenic, Alta., aiinouinT the engage- ment ot their dauglitrr. to Lieut. W. J. Sharpe, nth C -M.U., Calgary, only son oi Hie late S. J. Sliarpo and' Mrs. W. T, .Vita. William Mltfor.d, who for some days, his heen critically 111, "'as as j much improved this morning. Dr. who is in aueuilance. was, unite hopeful regardins condition. -T-he'Art Keedle-wori: fluli will meet un Mnuiiny with .Mrs. Koen, 1105 llth street. The St. A'Jgustlu's A. will meet' in the 1'arish hail oi the church on I Tue-Sllay afternoon iu fi.-ur o'clock. The Daughters and Muiils oi Eug- i land and tlieir friends arc requested 1 to meet at the S.O.K. liall at 2 p. i in. on Monday for tic picnic at lioy- j al View. Those wishing to go should; phone -Mrs. Holberton at Xo. 521. The home of Jlr. and Mrs. S. J.j Layton, Taber, was tin; scene of a very iiretty wedding on Salurday ev- ening last, when Kiss Bessie Evans was joined in wedlock lo Mr. Hawton Layton. The ceremony was perform- ed'by Bishop Haynets of the L.D.S. church. In the presence of a large number of friends >of Hie young; cou- ple. Mr. and Mrs. Will reside in Taller. A dainty birthday iiarty took place i vestcrdav evening, ut the home ot j Mr. and'Mrs. Kensnuw, 321 19th St.1 N The occasion was on behalf of i their youngest daughter, Ivy. Over ''i little girl friends attended the, nction. The rooms were prettily de-j ited with plants ami flowers, and I c little guests did justice to the anv good things -provided for them. Miss Margaret and Olive Redshaw ere the hostesses. Little Ivy was he recipient ot several .presents. .The Alexander Call Chapter, 1.0. .B., suggest that some time during months of July and August, the omen of (Lethblldge make, or it ley prefer, purchase one or more arments for Belglan.French or Polish efugee women ami children. To be f any value. these goods shou'ld be ent e'ally. in September. Last autumn he members of ilie I.O.D.B. sent 200 ew garments to Belsian vomen and hildren. If the women of Loth- ridge a most enerous" Bale slioSld id to relieve the istress in these countries. Bach wo- man donating might, designate where lie :would like nor gift tq go. A GREAT SUCCESS, For None Can Resist The Alluring Values! we intended, the tcinjMnlioriK presenle.d under (lie sign of the Toinpfiiur t0' to piUTliase onlv n little of our Lnrpiii, olTeni.Ks Ihronghoul. he store, left with more than they expected could lie purchased tor the sums brought along. Since the commencement event ne.v Inirgains have been added to this enlicino- rrop of record values. They will be ou sule lor- your acceptance. Attend this sab.....xt week1. 20c 35c SI.00 Delivered to Your: Home Ask Your Grocer For Thistle Brand Butter 'The Klijcl rartU'iilar People Insist on Having Fresh Buttermilk a Gallon, at Factory The Pure Food Ice Cream Co. 8f. fteufli. 1787> Two Doors North of Hemlcrson Garage. j .a, Field, B. C., June wash-out on, the main lino here1 has blockec traffic for an indefinite period. -All main line trains are being taken through the Crow's Nest Pass, and as there is P. wash-out also at Higl River, all C. P. K. trains must go round via. Letbbrldge and Medicine Hat. The main line trains will'be brought round by the Kootenay Cen tral from Revelstoke to Golden. CITY AND DISTRICT Return, from School G. W. Alliaon has recently; returne f-sm the -Eastman school of photo graphy .where he spent a short; ti getting snmA nfin ulpns in -nho graphy. _____ Rally Planned The Young People's union of th city U planning to hold a .bis rail in Oalt Gardens on Sunday evening 18, at which the Salvation Arm band will a concert. Constable Recovering Constable Bunce. who was take sick with a hemmorage of the _bra] at the King's Hotel a week ago las Tuesday, and who lay for over a wee in an .unconscious condition at .th Gait hospital, is now miite rationa and is so far improved that he. is ah' to. talk and eat. He is thought to b out of danger now. Blalrmor. Pioneer Dead David Nelson Drain, a former res dent of Biairmore, died in Californl whore he had been living for sever years. He was probably., betti known than many others of the pio eer sett'iers of The Pass, having com to Biairmore many years ago, .wher he erected the'Biairmore hotel No, which was afterwards destroyed b fire, and replaced -by present structure. .Ho. was at one time an employee of the C.P.R. Men's Underwear piece suits in Men's eream colored Bai- ijriggan Undorwear. Shirts have long sleeves, drawers full length log. fine ribbed 32C weight, ail sizes. Per garment WfcW Derby Hats 'lien's Derby Hats, sood shapes, spod qual- ity. A. clearance of our regular Cl 1 Q J3.00. lines.. for Tan A clearance of Tan Boots. Both but- ton and. -lilucJier mixlols in this lot. Smart styles, CO 1C Jtogular.-J6.00 tor Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords mly in this lot of Ladies' Pumps 30 pairs and Bliicher Oxfords; all slwo in the "lot. SS.OO values for Dress Goods 39c M inch Waflh Tweed Drcos Goods, p. splendid range of this line. Lovely shades in dark colorings. A regular 7flc quality iviuuOIl Oc----- li incli iiure Silk extra good quality. Choose from white, black, lielio. lavender, pur- isi'i. sky. royal, navy, rose, red, brown, tan, nlle and -Baxe -blue; yard I I Ladies' White Wear Ladies' fine White Night. Dresses made of fine white -cambric, open front and slip orer styles. Embroidery and lace trimmed. CQp Regular value Sffecial Night Dresses 69c Lovely fine White Night Gowns for ladies. Material is fine .White Cambric, open front and slip over styles, embroidery and CO ft lacn trimmed. Regular II.SO for---- VvV More Electric Irbns ,dtan B iron th... Another lot of these sopitlar Canadian Baauty B'totric Irons. A fully iropjhatjs readily converted into an electric stove. Price each Draperies 50c Brown Repp and Fawn Figured Brocade, 50 inches wide. Repilar Jl.OO and SUS Par Grocery Specials Good.quality Canned Lobster a re- gular 46c 95C pound size for fcww Hudson's Bay Hungarian 100 pound CO Sale price............... HUDSON'S BAM FIVE CANADIAN ffpETS ARE j FIGHTING FOR THEIR COUNTRY five' best known Poets have jolni'd .the. army and are their bit" for their country and Empire. Word 'has 'been received in the capital that' Robert W. Service, the northern poet, who became famous' 'by' his "Songs of a has 'Joined the Anglo-Am- erican ambulance corps, an organiza- tion raised under the luspices of the Tied ObsB' In.' France. The two Rob- erts eiiHTiei 0. D. Robert, and lilt -younger -brother, Theodore Roberts are lioth officers. The form- er a an' blftter in "e" annv, and the elder in the 12th Can- adian Battalion It is expected he is now in France, having gone over reinforcements for the first division., joined the Ottawa, home guard, as bell, are of mllitarv age. CHARLES CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS The Empresi! offers an exceptional- ij good week end programme for to night, the principal feature, of course, being Charles Chaplin, the inimitable, in "Dough anad the 'live liest and best of the two-part Key- stone comedies It is full of excite ment from the beginning to'the time when the dynamite plays a pail, de atroying the bakery and ending the corned} The most notable of the other pic- tures are "Tho Spirit of the a two part drama upon the pre lent troublous times in Mexico, and 'The Record a plcturiiation of the Junior road race- at Corona, ind which features 'Eddie Puiien, (he o( the race, vhs. sversge'J J7V4 miles an hour for 300 milei, and Fay Tincher intere.ting Inci denta which occmred during the are shown iJUe authentic war pic- tures are shown in the Gaumont Graphic. QUAKER BREAD nitorml CrisP' FlakJ' Wholesome We can do nothing more to make Quaker Bread better than it is lunc Modern Equipment, Most Compe- tent BaUers and Sanitary Baking Rooms. The Baker Phones 378 and 1027 G1LMORE Reasons Why The Liquor Act Should Receive the Votes of Hectors of Alberta on JULY 21st -1 The Liquor Act i. a Act. It prohibit, ab.olirtely the.ale of liqu.r within th. Province of Alberta for beverage pur- Con.equ.ntly It will do.. .II b.r., whol.Ml. .nd club. wh.r. liquor m.y b. purcha.ed and coMumed .nd thu. will aboli.h the "tre.tlnj .y.t.m." 2 Th. piMing of th. Liquor Act will the formerly went w.r th. .btr-w in othM ehann.l.'of di.trlbutlon. If in any city the moniM .pent ov.r th. b.r. wer. tMm.d into th. ordinary channel, of eonditisn.-wou.ld pul.e with n.w or four tlfflH many would be employed .re emploved Injth. liquor _ .3 Th. of the would vmcee of Manitoba and Sa.kjtch.wan in fight for Prohrbition .nd would b. the for.runn.r of Prohibition -n tn. wh.1. D-mlnlon. out." f 4. A vot. for the Liquor Act i. a vote for who are teekmg to break from the tyranny of drink. A drinking Mid" few d.y. ago that thi. Act would be carried by the vol.. of "i men For every ab.t.lner who vol., .g.m.t th. Liquor Act, 100 drinking will vote for It. 5' A'vote'for the Liquor Act i. vote for the wlv... and ohlldren of drunken hu.b.nd. .nd h... th. r rioht. 'For .ny m.n to live with wif. who drink, it Hill, li it for women .nd children t. Hv. with m.n who drunken? 'r -6 A vote for the Liquor Act is vot. for the next The full f.iuiW of Prohibition .1. net ...n imm.di.tily. Tn. longer under it the better th.v like it. 7 A vote for the Liquor Act li a vote for better buiin... con- dition., hotel and gltim.Uly r.duoed t.x- atlon. i A Vote for the Liquor Act i. a vot. for cK.n method. In politic. Th. i..ue i. b.tween the whiik.y-rlng th. The K.lier would blu.h with he of iome th" method, adopted by the whi.k.y-Hnj They out.K.l..r the Kilter. 9 A vote for thi Liquor Act ii vote for Provincial .utonemjr. The liquor mterert. of .r. thr.nt.nln.. to money and worker, mto that defeating the Act thjy may h.ndicap Premier Scott 'and the t.mB.ranc. Shall the liquor force, of the Dominion control thu ProvlnMr Let the people rule. r ;