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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THl.'HSnAY. JUNK 29, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALb PAGE NINE PHONE '1224 The Ladlus' clauses ut tliu Y.M.C.A.. will be discontinued until.', tho autumn. Ash ton louves tonight for Ottawa, where she will take a tiourso uL a Hummer school. 1 .Miss Uawuoa leaves tomov- (row tospend, the summer at her home in Peterborough. Mr. Arthur Scrotfgle Ic-tt yesterday afternoon for Calgary yn route to the summer in Kdmontim. Mr. J. D, Hfgiiibutiiain is spending a cuiiplo of weeks the C. P. R- st IjsIJnnr on the Arrow Lukea. Mr. Claude Hughes left this after- noon for Calgary on route to spend the summer at tlie coast. Miss Tracy Patrick of the Bank of Montreal staff, left, this afternoon for Calgary for a week's visit friends. Mrs. D. H. Elton and Misses Viva and Ursula and 'Master Mauser leave today to sperm the summer at Wash- ington, 0. C., and in Virginia. A special meeting of the Women's Mission Circle of the First church will he held at the home of Mrs. B. Qnyder tonight at S o'clock. Mr. H. H. Dobson and Mr. W. Gray left on Tuesday for Edmonton, where ilipy will mark departmental exam- ination papers. Miss Jane McKay leaves tonight for Toronto, where she will be tho guest of Mrs. J. AI. Alt ken, formerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Manchester of Lethbridge, ure spending a woek with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weston. 9th Avenue Albertan. In the list of Canadians who have registered recently at the high com- missioner's office. London, appears the name of Lieut. G. C, Rogers, of Lothhridge. The Daughters of the Empire will not meet for sewing tomorrow after- noon, but every member is urged to attend the patriotic meeting in Wes- ley hall at 3.30. t Miss Nimmons anil the cadets will he in charge of .the bag work at the Red Cross rooms on Monday morn- ing from 30, to 12 o'clock instead of Saturday, Dominion Day. Mrs. E. McCready and, h.6r sister Irs. Fleming of j'pnt., re expected the latter part -of the McCready's T. H. McCready. They will reside at 333 Uth Street S The sad news has been received in the city the death of Mrs. J. AV Jackson's mother, Mrs. .1. G. Emigh, A beautiful complexion to Insure The regular use of Lifebuoy Soap insures a healthy, clean glow- ing skin. And because it is healthy, your com- plexion will be clear and velvet like. The mild carbolic odor van- ishes after use, le_aving a sense of utter cleanliness. SIR ROGER CASEMENT COMPOSED London, .lime tho verdict ttgalnttt Cuunmenl had been returned, Sir Roger began to road H very long statement. Bailey was discharged, U wan announced later that the crown hiicl %-Ulitirawn the charges against Halley. Sir Roger ro- celved Iho Bentence with the iiLiiio.st composure, smiling at friends in the court room. His ittutoment which occupied half an hour, was a plea for the right to be tried by Irish- men and for Irish nationality. tj. of Ulyth, Ont. Mrs. Emlgh died last Sunday night after a lengthy illness. Mrs. .Jackson, who left last week for the oast, was in time to see her moth- er before she passed- away. N'o doubt Wesley hall will be crowd- ed tomorrow at 3.30 when the big patriotic meeting will be hold. Mrs. R. R. Jamieaon, president of the Cal- gary Local Council of Women, will give an address on "National Service" and Major Kerby will speak on "A Woman's Part." Lieut. J. Montgomery Bell of will sing a patriotic song. The president or her representative of every organization in the city that JH the Loca! Council of Women is asked to fnary meeting to the big patriotic meeting tomorrow at -2.SO in Wesley hall, when Dr. Kerby will give a short talk.. It is hoped that all organizations will be represented, Mrs. W..J.: Lloyd received yester- day afternoon for the first time since her .marriage, at her home OIL Fifth The hostess wore. becoming gown of vieux rose crepe cle chine with cream lace trimming. Mrs; C. W. Loivther, the hostess' mother, poured tea and-was assisted by Miss G. rfe. and white carnations formed a pretty tea table decoration. The visit of Airs. R: R. Jamibsbii, president of Calgary Local -Conn- lei! of Lethbrldge tomorrow "afternoon in Wesley hall .to-address the women of the city on the sub- ject of National Service, should bring home to us'all some thoughts on the subject whfiph have-.not. occurred to us before. ;said-that war conditions and the sufferings entailed thereby call out the host'that Is in all of us and bring out the Host efforts, both individual and national, to cope wiiii tlit changed needs of humanity in limey of stress. Is it not equally true tuaf in some instances an. undts.- covered bad side comes to. light and some of our idols 01 normal .times dis- close their fuel of clay? This prin- ciple applies to men and it applies to women. There is the male worker who does his best to help the Em- ipire's cause in whatever sphere his lot {is cast, either civil or military, and j there are splendid examples of female i workers who not only are doing their lown share of the work that comes to 'their hands, but are also carrying on their shoulders part of the burden which might well be borne by those who are slower to grasp the full meaning of duty. Unfortunately there i is the reverse of tho picture, the- i shirkers of both sexes, the man who Isays I have my own affairs to1 attend to ainl have no timo to attend to those of others, and the woman who says !my time is fully occupied with my j house and family and someone else 'can take on the job. There is a duty before each one of us, man or woman, boy or girl, and all honor to those who ihave the clear vision to see their j paths as they stretch ahead, anil may jit be granted to those of us who have not yet realized our responsibilities to have the scales dropped from our 'eyes and learn to keep the home fires I burning for the other fellow as well as KITCHENER TO BE BERLIN'S NE'W NAME Berlin. Ont.. June rating cation by the lieutenant-go vent or-Iri- council of Ihe bylaw changing the name, the name ''Berlin" will be wip- ed off the map in Canada and this' city will hereafter lie known as "Kit-j chener." The electors have voted in favor "of Kitchener, with "Brock" an second choice and "Adanac" third. LIEBKNECHT SENTENCED TO 30 MONTHS .28, via London Karl Lieb'knecht, the Soc- ialist leader, was sentenced to- day to 80 months' penal servi- tude and dismissed from the army for attempted high treas- on, gross insubordination and resistance to the authorities. TN these days when ttie high cost of liv- o [ish ing has become a serious problem it is com- forting to know that at least one item of daily use is the same in quality, size and price as it was a quarter-century ago. Ivory Soap now, as then, is made of the finest materials that can be bought. It is mild, pure, free from alkali and unsaponified oil. Its weight and price are unchanged. You show your shrewdness as a housekeeper and buyer when you order Ivory Soap. IVORY SOAP PURE -r, Ssnp aluiaji kas bun madt in a tin-fume catt u intended tiptuall} fir fiocttr A Gambit facdxitt iii Hamilton, PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY We have planned one Big Days' Selling for Friday. Store Closed all day on Saturday SEE BACK PAGE re BOOT AND SHOE SALE Extra Specials for Friday from our Dry Goods Section 200 Yds. CORDUROY VELVET, in white, navy, Copenhagen and Hunter's green. '28 inches wide, on salo Thursday and AQr. Friday.................................................. U.IC 300 Yds. SILK CREPE, :B inch white, pink, sky, Copenhagen, navy Hclio and black, on sale Thursday and fiQp Friday D3C 36 Inch WATERPROOF SILK TULLE, ill white, black, sky. pink, cream. Hollo, bnrnt orange and black, on sale Thursday and CQ_ Friday O37C A WASH RIBBON SPECIAL 3000 yards Lingerie Wash Ribbons in -II yard lengths, all silk, serge, trieotine and satin in 4 widths, colors white, pink, sky. lemon, Hello and Special So. i, 3 yards for 8c Spcciiil No. 2. 3 yards for.............. 12c Special No. 3 yards for..............16c Special No. 4. 3 yards i'or .'.............22c Ladies' Wearables at Pre-Holiday Prices MIDDIES, in all white, also with colored collar and cuffs, made in the newest styles, belted effect, jaced down sides, made of in a very strong material Thursday and Friday, special Also- another line___........-----... CORSET SPECIAL, our own special corset, exclusively made -7Q for Hudson's Bay Co. reg. Thursday and Friday V1 SILK UNDERSKIRTS, all colors, elastic belt styles, full (jj-l skirt effect, worth J3.50. special V 1 CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES, with bloomers, worth 51.75, Thursday and Friday VI A' splendid line of TERRY HATS, for Ladles and Children, just arrived for Quick clearance, marked at each 65c up to LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS, in linen and pique all'sizes to select from, t up to Holiday Specials from and Shoe Section MEN'S K BOOTS, in black and tan, large sizes only, reg. (Jjo QQ price 56.60, to clear LADIES' WHITE BUCK BOOTS, in butt style, a very neat QQ shoe, ill sizes 4, and 6, res. pi-ice cle'a'r LADIES' GUNMETAL BOOTS, in Blucher model, a neat and QQ dressy shoe, In all sizes, reg. price to clear 9 A few odd lines of MEN'S BOOTS, in all sizes and prices, QQ to clear 99 19 Pre-Holiday Specials from our House Furnishings For TRAVELLING SUIT CASES, with or willioui straps. 24 nr and 2fi in. res. for......................... J Green WINDOW SHADES, mounted on spring roller with brackets and fittings complete, size 36 x 72, Thurs Fri. eachTtvC JAPANESE RUGS, in handsome Oriental patterns, heavy quality, sizes 30 x 10 Hegultir for Ee.o-ular JAPANESE MATTING, lit green colors, in. wide, special or per yard AitIC .HEAVY RICE GRASS JAPANESE RUGS, bound all round. i size 2 yds. by 3 yds. stencilled border design, for Men's Clothing Offers Rare Holiday Specials for Friday MEN'S SUITS in blue serge, light tweed and fancy worsted suits, in neat patterns of the latest styles, a fine range to choose from, all sizes and EerruInr-SJ 5.00, special Keo-ular -Regular special MEN'S COTTON HOSE, in olain black and grey with wool feet, lA- fancy patterns, reg. 30c. Thursday and Friday, per pair MEN'S SPORTS SHIRTS, in white, cream, tan and blue; 1Q just Ideal for the holiday, reg. special............ MEN'S AND BOYS' STRAW HATS, soft, and stiff make, latest.shapes, specially reduced for Thursday and Bp.gular -SI .50'for Regular for Regular Sl.OO for Reffiilnr-75c for 59c Candy Specials for the Holiday 200 Ibs. deliciou> FRUIT JELLIES, Thursday and Friday, per Ib...............................I... PETER'S COWAN'S t LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATE BARS, Thursday and Friday special, fi bars for A Special Chicken Supper Will .served from o'clock 7.30 p.m.' Store open on Friday Night until 10 p.m. Final Wine Specials for Friday's Selling Extra Dry.Ghanipagne, to clear, per qt To clear per 75c WAR TAX EXTRA Cherry Whiskey, per hottle 75c Gooderliain and Worts, Rye Whiskey, sealed flasks, 3 for 85c Hudson's Bay C.o.'Eeal Old Jamaica Rum, full strength, per imperial quart 25c 15c 15c 17c FLOUR, H. B. Co.'s Seal of Special weekend prices. sack 98 Ib. sack FLOUR Mother's Favorite or Our Ib. mck 98 Ib. sack KKOVAH LEMONADE ..POWDER, per tin POTATO FLOUR, per packet SARDINES, .finest Nor- wegian, per tin SARDINES, King Oscar per tin SARDINES, with Tomato, Must- tard, or plain 4 tins................ SALMON, B. C. lied per tin SALMON, Sockeye, tins, 2 tins........... LARD. Guaranteed tills 59c 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. JAM, Raspberry. Strawberry, Peach, Pliim, or Black Cur- 'rant, all with Apple Mf- Ib. palls........... 13C CORN SYRUP, "Edwurdlburg" 2.1b. tins 15c 5 tins 35c 10 Ib. tins PINEAPPLE MARMALA Ib, jars, reg. 30c, SODA CRACKERS, per large packet Extra Special Grocery Bulletin for Friday STRAWBERRIES, extra OC- special, 2 boxes CORN STARCH, -1 p 2 packets 1.3C 1O- SANIFLUSH, OC_ LyC per tin iOC 12 RICE, good sound 4 Ibs. SEEDED RAISINS, 02. pkts. 3 for JELLY POWDERS, all flavors, 4 pkts....... Gloss, 1 -Ib.. packets lOc 29c EXTRA SPECIALS! 10 SUGAR.............i......................... 1 Ib. H. B. Co.'s TEA..................................... Week-end price 10 Ib. lack SUGAR 1 Ib. H. B. Co.'s COFFEE .40 Week end 10 Ib. sack SUGAR 1 Ib. ARROWROOT BISCUITS Ib. FRY'S COCOA .25 .25 Week end CREAMERY BUTTER, extra, special 3 Ibs TOMATOES, Pleurnle-lls 3 tin? TOMATO CATSUP. "SMtthV reg. 25c, per bottle PELS NAPTHA SOAP, per large carton SUNLIGHT, or LIP .BUOY SOAP, 11 ban LUX, 3 packets OLD DUTCH ER, 3 tins LUMP, BAR or ICING SUGAR; 3 Ibs PICKLES, :0how or Sour Mixed, per Quart sealers VINEGAR, white or brown, per bottle ORAN6E8 per Am. Z5c, A APPLES, fancy GRAPEFRUIT, 19c 69c 50c 25c 25c 35c ow, Sweet 35c 20c fiSc ADE; 1 C. N. DISINFECTANT, reg. 25c, special MOLASSES, 5 Ib. tins............ CORNFLAKES, Krinkle 6 pits............... 19c SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 packets TRI8CUIT, 2 packets PEAS, COHN A BEANS, 3 tins......... 33c LEMONS, large juicy psr Jo? ASPARAGUS, 3 Ibs PINEAPPLES, each 20e A WATERMELON, per Ib. APRICOTS, 2 Ibs. 35e. per basket t 35c per basket PEACHES per Ib. TOMATOES, extra fan- cy hothouse per Ib. CUKES, each 1Sc, 20c A CHERRIES, Bing, per Ib. i lOc 30c 35c 25c 8c 75c 75c 25c 2Sc 25c The Hudson's Bay Co; w T ;