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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK 28, 1917 rim LETHBnmr.R DAHA HERALD PAGE NINE I1EAURM June for food control, according lo a atemeol oul here to spend a montU with ucr Blslcr, Mrs, McClure. Mies Alice Dlrch Trill Bpeud the Bummer holidays at ber homo la Chat- ham, Ont, Mies Edith Doles leaves on Saturday to MUM tho summer holldajs at her home In lugerEoll, Ont. Mr. Howard Mclaon, ot the Uank a Nova Scotia, who Las been on t camping trip, has returned. ,'T SI. Mary's Junior W.A. Is holdtnE a ea end pantry sale on Saturday nftcr noon from 3 to C o'clock In tho parle] ill. T Mr.'Rncl Mrs. A. E. Ducloj) arc leav lug today for Victoria. Mr. Dunlo. will be. a until (lie end of Augus" make an ei DAYLIGHT CAVING PASSED. y.'Bsblupdon, June daylight amended to tako effect paBEtfd senate today, without discussion nr record vole, and was eent -to 'tlioi. house. and Mrs. Dunlop tended slay. Ethel Dawson. principal o GalbraKh school, Is leaving for lie ionic In Peterborough, Ont. Miss Dai- son has been given als monihs' leav of absence and will not resume he duties until the ncx year. Mrs. C. n. Dow man entertained tcrilay afternoon at tlic tea hour To JIlss Muriel Macleod, a popular bride to-be, ami her mother, Mrs. N. T. Mac leod. Tea was served on tho lawn Mrs. R. B. Sherlock presiding al th tea table. Miss Mnlsla Cowman a aisled her mother In serving the re frtEhmcnts. Grocery Specials, Phone Irresistible Series iif Pure Food Specials Friday and Saturday. 20 POUND SACK OF B.C. SUGAR POUND OF OUR OWN SPECIAL BLEND TEA. Regular 50c. Thin tea Is guar- anteed equal lc and If any, belter than any other tea at the samo price and in order Iii Introduce IL to the public we- giro one pound of Ihts lea with the sugar, (or caEh only Jft Both for King Beach Pure Hupberry Jam per 4 lb- tin .frwhj per dozen.....35c Crearritry Butter, ,1 45c. Evaporated Aprlcott, eirtra tpee- (at, 2 Iba. for............55c Brown per lOc Tipleca, 2 Ibt. ........----2Sc Jelly. all 3 pkgs. for 25c 2 Ibt...........'., 'haTe'JUEt received a fresh and complete line of biscuits, Regular 35c. Special for Friday and Saturday. Two pounds WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Dairy Butter, lb. 35c Dry Peaches, 2 far 3oc St. Charlec Milk, f, tir.s 2 tins for.......45c [Psr large tint Perfect for preserving. Quarti, per dozen Grape Juice, quart 50c Plnli 25c Rogers' Syrup In quart sealers, each..........i.........35c 55c SCPIXA SON 230 Thirteenth St. N. One Door North of No. 2 Fire Hall MIES Mary Jonca ol Minneapolis, ar. Ivcd thia uiornlug to visit Mrs. E. F. Mrs. F. S. Lefflnctfell and Miss Rob- rta of are ID Iho tily for a ew days. lsa Katharine Dunno Is leaving to- morrow Lo upend too summer at tor home In Ori.lla, Onl. Miss Kvclyn Lluclianan Is leavicg lo- norrow lo speed llie BUtooicr monlba 31 Seta Beach, near Edmonion. Ilev- W. F. Burns rclumeO yeatprda> rom wlicrc he was called by the death of Ma mollicr. The Ladles Society to the n. of L F. t B.. will meet lor tted CroBB aew rig tomorrow afternoon at the home ol Mrs. C. G. Scoll, iOS Clh Avc. S. The Xurslng Mission is In need of.a kitchen tabto AaA chairs of any.kind also led clolhtng for R poor .widow Anyone willing to dooatc any or thcfe articles la asked lo phone the blon. -i The ruplU ot llisa Ilawdcn's prl vale school and Uictr friends ihjoyei a Jolly picnic on Tuesday afternoon n tho river bottom. Mr, Geo. Mackru Mr. J. N. Kennedy, and Mr. C. B. Bow roan conveyed llic parly hi Ibelr mot ors. Mr. I. C. niRiiaRer of the [m perl al Bank at Natal, 11. C., Mrs. Wed id little son nre Etaylng with Mr and Mrs. Frank Colpuian. -Mr. Mrs. Wetld are former residents this clly, the latter being well 'kno here ag Miss Dora Rogers. Sincer Bympitliy Is extended to I hem on Lli loss or their baby daughter, who wo (juried The Sir Alexander Gait chapler'o the l.O.D.E. will hold their tea room day at the Chlnoofc club oh Fr day afternoon, nml ft will be In the na turc of n Canadian day. In celcbratlo of 50 years; of confederation. Specip preparations Arc being made and smalt Canadian flags will Le sold. A photo of the gathering In the lea room will be taken by Mr. Waddell at u'o'ciock. Since Ihc club ciuarlers arc beine mov- ed this is the last occasion on which .he tea room will be in vise. The Llnnl and closing recital of tha year was held by II. McC. pils last night In the Y.M.G'A. audUor- .um. The recital was divided Into two' parts, a prirate recital Tor pupils and, Lhclr and a public recital' which was enjoyed by a large number ol Interested friends. Hilda McMillan sang two groups of songs, and GeoIT Waddlnglon, a pupil of E. F-.Layton. gave two violin E elections.1: The'pijn- lla latins part In the private recital were: Andy Gordon, Edna Olander, Mollle Coi, Allan Rtdpath. Daisy Waller Blanche -Olander, Grace Bennett, Wade Rldpath, Donald Dulcic Those taVIne part In the public.re- cital: Kathleen Qulmi, Anna qulsl, Myrtle Hoae. A'efn'a Grace Rosainc, Eugene t'arrow, Thelraa Fitz- riaLrlck, O.mcr JIalo, .Erlka Olanderi Reginald Cox, Margaret Gibbons.' t: WAY IS FISH Pat DEIANYS MEAT CD. FINE FISH HALIBUT HADDIES SALMON TBOIJT' All iur FUh art urtfully fer iltt ind guilty, Nothing iwt' thi lundlid. Our fllh ire all ihlppid lo in In kef and cirrltd nfrlgtratar until told, V are offering'thin fine seleclioa'brJIsK at Reduced Prices. "V.V. -Phone 452 Phone_452 i Take advantage of our Aittp.Service, all orders promptiy Delanys Meat Co. SfECMPpFOR THE HOLIDAY 'ACCESSORIES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN AL 5 a.m. Wednesday ah Interesting wedding toofc plice quietly at St. Pat- rick's church Medicine lint. In" the presence of the immediate friends.of the biMr, and groom. Mr. JameJ Aid- on, of Lclhbrldge, and Regliia TurcoLle, ot Doi Springs, "Alia.; were united In marriage by Rev. F iiatrlck, parish priest, Miss Bere and Mr. Tiito Lc Here, alaler'and brother ol tho bride, -attended Ihc young people. A family dinner was'par taken of at the homo of the bride's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Lo Bcre of DOT Springs. Mr. and Mrs Ahlen will raafcc Ilielr home bridge. D M WITH THESE NEW RUGS MEN'S CLOTHING 1SPEC1ALS At' THE "BAY" Friday and Saturday 'MEN'S TWEED AND.WOjilStEp SUITS. In (i variety ot shades. All sizes. Regular 10-QT lo J22.00. Special, MEN'S N15GLIGEE SHIRTS. Neal stripes, sod cuffs anil collars. Also stiff QQ 1 cuffs. Regular }1.50. MEN'S FOUK-IN-IIAND .NECKTIES. ii's "cents carti. t X" ftrt 1 .UU We have the largest and most comprehensive assort- ment ever shown in tins city. Special attention is drawn (it tin- Ilouscl'uviusliiiiu' dejtt. which in (lie past few diiy.shas addeil SO.OOO WORTH OF MEKCHAXD1SE including KUGK AND OAK- PETS of an almost number. Also (he finc-sl selection of INLAID AND 1'IIIXTED LINOL- EUM, CURTAINS APERIES, These .were pnrchasetl at a price advantage by our niiiiuiger while on Ins (oni1 of the Eastern markets. During1 his slay in Montreal he received advice that a advance was anticipated and this lias already taken place, so fortunately we. are in a splendid position to sell at almost (he present wholesale inarUet quotations. We advise an early visit to this popular section of oni- si ore. Nothing- can he more convincing than a glance at the heavily laden piles of rugs that we are prepared to serve vonr wants (o'voiir full satisfaction. Notice to Our Dining Room Patrons WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT ON ANO AFTER JULY 3RD, AND UNTIL'FURTHER NOTICE Cola arid piglit Luncheon WILL BE SERVED IN OUR DINING ROOM BETWEEN THE SERVICE'WILL BE A LA CARTE. SPECIAL MENUS WILL BE PRE- PARED FROM WHICH YOU MAY SELECT A DAINTY LUNCHEON. THIS INNOVATION WILL NO "DOUBT PROVE VERY POPULAR DURING T'rfE HOT WEATHER. Dainty Afternoon Tea WILL DE SERVED AS USUAL IN OUR NEWLY RENOVATED TEA ROOM 3 TO 5.30. President Marnoch paid R tribute I: which all members present, concurrei by a latcn !n the lalo Major Stafford, a formcV mem ber of the board, whoae aeath In ic lion was reported yesterday. Prea dent Marnbch -remarked on the.fac Ihal-laBl week the Board hid hear with regret of Hie death of. A; Marshall, while this week another nail been removed (n tho Stafford, both ot whom had been, ef- ficient trustees of the Lelhbrldge Live- stock Quaranlorg plan.: The loss of Stafford will be kctnlj.fell In Ihe business community of Ltlhbrldge, ho. MM..-A leller'of he Bfint.llre. Slaftofd from Ilia Board of "'f- AMOISKTIT, r, or jvhltej Grilfea imilalion-1 r'ctamo'ls natural or black. 5% lo 3- SpeclmUy priced, run.' ffr pair l.UU 1 ;AA -1 1 Macle'm quality while, black, pearl and natural. Plain colon, eft'tq r" pair... 'Same make in 'heavier quality, colored frill. filLK BOOT All colors, 8V4 lo 10. -Per pair. LADIES' BEST QUALITY SILK BOOT raneo colors, SK to 10. An Per pair [NTAGAKA MAID KAY- SEK GLOVE SILK I1 'ill colors, 8V. to 10.'Per pair o Cft 'J2.00 and....................... Hi) V.Tiite will] colored bind ai lop and rollci ilouWo olaslic lops thai really slay nf> .up. All slzca, i to S. 1'or pair.......JVC HEMSTITCHED HAND- -25c Beat quality of Lawn.: 9 LADIES' Nreal and only (o choose 'from! U-o' alike. DWIdcd in lota tor .ea'sr seWnE. 52.00, U.50, METAL BELTS OS '-All the rage. Oxodlzed. 7 ftA liacH GROGOERY DEPARTMENT I j.'-. V' ;GOOD SOUND POTATOES. SPECIAL-T'. for i.. for New Scaion Pure Mapk Syrup. Qua'rt boltlem, B 70c. ;'fS Quart tins. Regular 65c. BrandvPeanuJ Butter, 1Mb. OQ_ Quart tins. Regu lint. Special v' Special Dark Fruit Cake, Special -lb. iiiagic Baking Powder, tlr 55c 3Cc 25c Ibs. Special BalslnS. 50p 25C., Lime Juice. Special Bottle 40c 25c 19c 25c large botllti, Regular 35e. TC- 'tWclal z'.pkns, Enalish Vinegar, Regular 25c. Spiclal Carined Salmon, June. !S.-Mr. Griffin's tlatcmcnt Issued today follona-.. "On Tuesday and .of ItilS' weeli reprMentatlves eiohnnfes ol were In conference, al Washington Hruert C. Hoover, food Jillua nimtt, pit 'chief MifilMl, connected with