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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JUNE 29. _181S_ THE I.ETiTWrtlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN MID-SUMMER At Its Height SALE NAWRE APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN Open Till Ten Wednesday Night Closed On Thursday, Dominion Day THLROYAL STO Southard Block Trains Stalled by Slide Near Fernie Femie, June 28-Train 84, which ran into a slide of gravel and clay below Jlorrissey early this morning has not vet arrived here, though a I section consisting of baggage cars ...-------.-_.-; and two second class coaches were I it has not risei time to restore the road so that tra- vel can be resumed. Engineers dill and Fred Bryans have been entertaining themselves and a small crowd of interested loafers, during the enforced stop, with slor- ies of the early days on the whfln uscli to rlm elk, deer goats, and, sometimes been' held up all da) as also H> s , down been neia uir un r." 614, wailing for orders, pending the clcariiiiT of the track at the slide. slide occurred just under the h'ig gravel bank' helow the wagon road runs along the hank of the gravel pit, and the road slid down' with the gravel which now blocks the railway, and thus the au- tomobile travel as well as the rail travel is cut off. It will take some umc of water- which tomorrow. The Saskatoon YJ1.C.A. may have to close its doors owing to financial difficulties....... Peter Kmg, a prominent Chesley manufacturer for i generation, and father of two of its ex-mayors, is detd, in his 79th year. IT THE STOVETHAT HELPS YOU HURfcY 1 T7ITH a NEW PERFECTION Oil lights instantly, like a ps stove Your and on tne table in no time A >JFW PERFECTION in yxir kitchen mean cool, corafort- Ate all .ummer Mile ,n J, 2, 3 .nd 4 burner me, At >nd department If your duler Cinnot supply you, mitt us dinxt. OIL GIVES BEST RESULTS SWV1NO n X HOMES- THE IMPERIAL OIL-COMPANY Limited BRANCHES M cmes Made in Canada Fashions Change V, But it Is always in the best of taste to serve BLUE RIBBON WE EXPECT TO_ggOWP____________ BUSINESS INTO OHE FOR WEDNESDAY I THE STORE CLOSING THURSDAY PLAN YOUR SHOPPING TOMORROW Countless Values tin; Store that you wiiV'iiflt care to resist. A Special Crop for Tomorrow. Store Open Liitil 10p.m. New Model Ladies' one "of our "newest models, fine coutll, med- ium very long hlp_ jind iiat-k, four "hose sup- porters; regular Lovely Y.oile 'Blouses "just" ChooSf --from this table of Vollo- Blouses, all over embroidered fronts and collars. 34 sleel-es; regular CO for Grocery Specials for Wednesday Sale f' Dairy Hinie'i1 :-5 pounds !'oi'.75C Frr-sli Kii'p's: 2 'eleven I'm1. -45C I.iii-ge sized tins of I'm: -25G Choose from Jap Mattings ;K yard Jap Matting stock is down lo fivH rolls now. so you will have to collie early to par- take of this bargain offering; 80 anil values, one 4 C yard wide; per yard I Wash lilies. Bordered Ends values In Wash Rugs, rose coloring, floral bordered cuds, RQr Size -1x30 O3C The Sale is Now in Full S wing-Don ?t Miss It Mr. anil Mrs. H. H. Fit-zsimmons nd little daughter left vesterday for .MIS. ,...WM in Franciscof and San' Diego, Cal., t.ockic-surgical apron Miss CollinKs a Vancouver, to visit the frnm Ihe I'nmarv Class 'Miss Goodeve of Jlagrath is spend- ig the week with Mr. anil Mrs. H. Goodeve here, after which she will ci on lo her home in Victoria for the ummer Bulletin.. The boys and girls of Westminster nd Galbraith schools, who have plots the Bailey street school, are re- ilnded to be at the gardens tomor- ow morning, at 11- o'clock to have group'picture taken. The engagement is announced of ,188 Lucy Mflls Lethbndge tormerlj f Montreal, to Mr. Percy Leonard of algan The wedding of the popu ar young couple will lane place in UgllSl. The postponed lawn partv fdr the egmners anil pnmarv classes of ej Sundaj School will uea aei permitting at tin, home of the nman superintendent Mrs V Cress 62o 8th Street on Sa.tiinlav fternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock "doYeY gauze compresses, 31 dozen wipes.. They wish to., thank all those who, generously gav'e-thcir assistance and Bralsfiillv acknowledge llic folImvinK contributions which were shipped with the above I-'n.m the I. 0. parcels old arm simp; (i dozen bandages Mrs. H. X. Higin- dozen bandages, 13 arm slines the Art Ki'fdlc. Work Club- 5 dozen and 3 field -liandkcrcniets Mrs. nld linen Miss towels" from the Primary or "Redwood Jliss Hai- frcnny V. robmj .Miss Binning s rfiorif. St. Basil's school auditorium was the scene of the closing exercises of the school last evening. The puni's had prepared an excellent programme and the evening was an enjoyable one for the older people. The prin- cipal item on'the programme was.the "Queen the pupils of Ihe school.. played by For the te pups o short time that had been devoted to preparing the niece and rehearsal, the performance was a decided succes The teacheis as is the pupils Te eaceis a must be given credit foi the splendid Persian costumes thei hid male for the occasion The following is the cast of characters: Esther Miss M Uelav Leah Miss H Mirou S ilome Miss M BaKos Sarah Miss r Praeht Miss D Vaselena flower Popcon Ahdceins .llordecai, Andrew gii I Andrew Zemanie Nicholas Znhach Hasnlak; Hainan, Harbona Haro d for the Nursing Mission ill be held at Starland Wednesday une 30 The oroceetls from both Hatach George Pmchauk Slllgeri. S A Hudet K Pisco M POIJBO.I M Oslanslo M Pmchak K Kregofski H Petras K Popson IK M H Peta M Pen and M Rosbasli com t ladies guards pages maids of horo1 e'c Table Damask, values for J3c; values for llS yards of tills all linen full bleached Table Damask, 58 in- ches wide, floral designs 9C g Reg BOc' for Regular for 43c Glass Towelling Gl 5c 1000 yards, all linen Glass Towelling, check design; .red or blue; per yard Table Napkins 3000 Table Napkins, makers' .seconds; clearing out rt- at each Sc and VV Twill Sliceting 500 yards extra heavy Eng- lish Twilled Sheeting, unbleach- ed, very toest -manilfac-' reg; '9ftc 50c wwy 20c Flannelette 13o 2000 yards of this White'Flan- nelette, very heavy inches vrtde; reg 20c; A ..Wednesday I values in Men's Bluchers itei-W Smart styles in Men's- Ttojf Calf Bluchore. good wearing qualities: sizes 6 AQ 10; regular 53.50 Tan Button Boots lor Ladies' Tan Button Boots, ope of our newest models, tan cloth -top. neat .rounded toe.-, high heel: sizes 2 to 5: regular S5.00 e oe.- Meii's Tan Gall Boots on sale Both button and blucher mod- els in this clearing lot of Men's.- Tan .Boots. .all- good styles, se- lected leathers; -size C9 1 K 6 Iviiie: White: Nlg'ht; Dresses fifh- Ladire' fine'1' Cambric 'Niglit Dresses, slip over style and -open front styles; short and Jong sleeves, ..prettily. ...trimmed. with lace and om.broid- ery; '.regular 17c Flannelette lOc. yards of this heavy white Flannelette, full _32 inch width; Regular price 11( Per yard 10c Flamiclcttc Blankets 100 pairs of these heavy grey Flannelette Blankets, beat Eng- lish mike, size val- ues. Wednesday only per pair Sheet Music, 15c a Bundle Another lot of these Special Bundles. Some bundles contain three, others contain two pop-. ular in. Sheet 1 Cf> music. Per bundle Scotch Wool Kiigs 'less than Half Price Just six of these handsome 3 plv all wool color- ings in greys, blue's, tans and greens, three of each size; size flfl Regular Size Regular. CO Efl Special Attention Please! Every Friday next, ws propo.e handing noon Tea and thus help a worthy .latinee arid evening- performance: fter defraying expenses lie" mission: Meaiune H.l times Miss Tiilth Boles 01 Lethhiidge Mas t estcrdaj with Mr and Mrs, 1 H )elf Mibs bum la HI hei ormer honu. in Ingersoll Ont to ipena the summer ideation she is toing east by the take loutejo Sar- iges maiub ui The other items on the programme Tntrec Dai Fairies H New nter E Kntzvviser and V Bernard horns Cvpsles lurnois duet Charge 01 the Light Brigade H and H Audet duet The nurnmg nf Rome1 Misses M Delaj Balos chorus little Glean God Save the King The Woman's Patriotic League of Hamilton has starttd i movement to iv c a memorial to the late Mrs 1 1 doling who was lost on the Lnsi tania. A subseripfion has been'start- ed for a memorial -bed in the'Duchess of Connangbl military hospital at Cliveden. Already with only eight lubscriptions SZ22 has been realized: The Daughters and Maids of Kng- .anr had a verv enjoyable time on Monday, when eighteen of the mem- bers and friends enjoyed a picnic at Royal Dainty refreshments lere served on anival at on, after which niem It is the chosen tea lor all occasions in thousands of Western homes. Deri of 'theVompanr i -game tennis Ice cream and fruit erved at the conclusion o' aas The. D of B Iwe reoeneil.nnm erous requests for more ol theie de hghtful ut'nE The Board 01 Maiiageis ind Ses sion of Knox church and the minster Guild nere at home to the the scnoo plilnly One 01 the social eients of the sea on va' a miscellaneous shower gn- en Ihursdai ifternoon Jime-'il bv JIrs F O at her home in Rolling Green in honor of Edna Hempel whose marriage to Mr e-r nut ctaulB Till take praca, next week twent) ladies gath- ered and all being in so cial and gcnia! mood the tims parsed altogelh-r too qmcklv beauti- ful and useful presents were showerel on the bride to-be and besides there were man" evidences of the affection and esiwm m which she is reaarded] bv those present An elegant -ind, tash luncheon nas served os the hostess, and all timUd in sashing Miss Hempel happiness and 1U in her new life The Canadian Red Cross bocii-U Lethhndge branch, sliipped on dav the irticles It nnht Phirts 61 surgical shirts 17 srej flannel shuts 71 sheets 112 pillow slips 10 doren cheese cloth handker- chiefs 80 ton els 21 wash cloths 12 slings, 48 bed pads, 50 field handkcrchicis 37 bandlges parcel of surgical supplies U doicn large- pads, b doicn small pads, choir of the churrh in room In t night ind a veiv pleasant evening blent Rev H Den- oon occupied the chair and m his Olieilins remirhs spoke very lnghll o the skilful laithfnl and reverend ,ork of Ihe choir. Their reputation extended bevond the xi v uid in his judgment was well deserved for efflelencv was undisButed. He re- ferred to the BKlendld leadership of Mr Lav-ton but excellent as this was the isslbtance and cooneration of en membe, ivas necessarv to reach the present high standard He was glad to know that although thes had disbanded as an oisamzation for then vacation suitable al rangem-nti, would be made foi the leading of the ser vice of praise The following programme was then carried out Piano solo Miss Mjrle 0 Hasan vocal solo George Hem ing reading S S Dunham solo Miss H Hayell instrumental Mrs J Nelson J B Higmbotham iud 0 MicUenzio spoke on behalf of the congregation ot the appreciation of their work. A resolution of appre- ciation was seconded, thai, will be hSr'eafter1; engrossed in tie permanent records of the church -Mr Lav-ton responded on behalf of the choir and called upon them to sing a Diece that they- had never seen.. This was done to the delight of the audence Campbell Aird then gave violin solo, and'Miss Dieseth sans a Volo. Messrs. Irving and, Rylands Were called upon to speak, and thev paid tribute-to the.ivork of the choir, and expressed, the'appreciation of the congregation, .Refreshments were Guild, and the pleasant evening came to a. close. Excitement When Asquith Refuses to Give Authority Londun. June 28 LhnllrnRcd in the House nf Commons toilni to Ri'e Ins authority for the statement made In him April 20 last that neither I3n Mrs veil Jean M nown 1 r the who tain nor her allies viere short of am- munition, Premier vsquith refused to' his aiithonU lor it His queiri tionr-r was Sir Arthur-Varkham, Liberal who said the coun- trv shbuld know the facts Sir VtJ thur asked if it was in the interests ot the cuunt-iv that the Prime Alm- litpc should make a statement was ahwlnteh vvithotlt foundation.' Then were ones 01 "shame and "it's the- 'and great excite; ment in the lliouse. THE STANDARD ARTICLE EVERYWHERE the sonus at devote the proS to coihforls lor soldiers is a verv generon, 5 songs are div ded up as foi Canuck s tluvBov Tr> cop ics Tionper Muilov S 'a cop i es KnitliM Sorts (01-Daddj. Men 2o copies Niirsm? Dadd) b Men, oO song will be, on sale at J Hobertson s book store and the entire proceeds will 150 to the funds of the the 1 mpire Mullov forwarded three copieb of Johnnv Cakuo. s the Uov IOL the use of thf schools and for- vvanlcd copies of the irooper Mulloj March for hand and onhestras Several 01 these songs will bf, sung the 1 mpresb lonight bv Mr Oeo t lemuiE anil The lat- ter w ill also ofier the songs for during (he evening t. Jollji Brier, a'Jarnn-r and contfSct !or at Milvertoh, Qnt, committed-'lui clde 5s T. the the ;