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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 2; HUB THE LE'J'HimrDGE This is 'Clean-up' Week All Over America Here lire Some 'Clean-up' Specials N'ow fiuu siuiuy days have couie you will have a cluinco lo complete your spring liouso-olcauiiig. There are new for the windows, new coverings for furniture, n new rug or oil- clothl'or the Tloor. All these and other suggestions that will have, lo In; attended to. We are doing our bit to help yon with these season- al) lo 'bargains. New Nets That Will Brighten Up the Room, Reasonably Priced CJttru largo white Turkish, heavy weight, rul) ..dry' towels per pair w'eilneadny U J V SHEETING, full bleached 72 inches wide, on nalu only, a yd. GLASS CLOTH, plain whlto. honeycoinb pattern, 18 A in. wide, a yard vC CHECK'TEA TOWELLING, pure linen; wide width, on 50c COTTON GLOVES, for wear- Ing at house cleaning time, on stile Wednesday i P per pair J.OC 'WORK APRONS, largo over- all print light or medium colors. On sale each DUST CAPS, made from light fanay muslins, re- i n gular 25c for HOUSE DRESSES; .dark and light 'prints, all new 'his season, all sixes on sale.........v 3 MOP CLOTHS, heavy weight scrub or mop cloth, 18 x 24 on sals i each............ IttlfC WASH CLOTHS, made from whlto Turkish tow- elling, on sale 3 for NO PHONE ORDERS FOR THESE "SPECIALS" Linoleum Reviver An oil paste for brightening up your tloor oilcloth or lino- leum, put lip in 35c 10 cans, on sale at 1 ----i--------------------- Floor Rugs A dozen or so small rugs. In 1 and Wilton, also plush mohair. These will be on eale at LESS 10 Pieces of Ecru and Linen shade bungalow nets that were valued up to 75c, will be on Hal.Vtat Other pieces of white and cream in leal conventional de- or signs will be oil sale ut 0 0 C Dainty Patterns in Fast Color Cretonnes, at 25c and 35c yard Hand blocked Scotch Cretonnes In. now patterns for covering boxes, etc., also lighter shades for side curtains. On sale o A New Lot'-' of' Swiss Muslins will be on Sale from 18c to 50c yard A new shipment Juat opened up this week. This medium priced muslin makes ideal curtains for bedrooms, kitchens, etc. They come in 36 and 50-inch widths dot. wreath or lattice patterns. New Coverings for Your Bed, Quilts, Sheets and Pillow Covers Some real bargains'for your bedroom." Goods at old prices, and on sale for Wednesday only. The Quantities are limited In some lines. QUILTS, a Cine light weight dimity quilt, worth with mercerized design anil ribbed stripe. On Bale A A- Wednesday PILLOW COVERS, ready to SHEETS, reg. size, heavy weight sheets, ready to use. Our re- gular line on sale each a3 a clean-up spec. QUILTS, honeycomb pattern, hemmed ends, white only, reg. size, 15 quilts' in on sale Wed. only L. T, L. work. Reports of will also be received. On Wednesday evening a public' meeting will be. held and there will bo a reception of delegates. The city- will be represented by Mayor Hardie, 'ho churches by Rev. A. H. Denoon, Lhe schools by Mr. Bruce and the local unions by Mra. Kaake. There will be special music and an Mrs. McKinney, on "Our Present Responsibility." On Thursday morning there will ae election of officers, and the com- pletion of unfinished business. All women are invited to the meetings, and the public generally will be in- vited to the public meeting Wednes- day evening. May- -1916 Anniversary Sale 246th Birthday TOMORROW, and continuing until Saturday May 6th, the Hudson's Bay Co. will fittingly celebrate its 246th Birthday by giving the public a full measure of special bargains. Every Department is fully prepared to give its best values to make this a successful Week. Visit our Store during our Anniversary Sale and select a few of our specials from the 246 Bargain Lines. Consult Monday Night's pages 6 and 7. Hudson's Bay Co. Another Lethbridge man has been "mentioned in despatches." This time the lucky man Major 3, A. Ross. Major ;Mack" Ross Is a son of Walter Ross, the owner of one of the biggest cattle ranch remaining in Western Canada. Major Ross joined the Victoria Rifles of Montreal when the war broke out and has been in the trenches for months. When Walter Ross was iu .England during the win- ter his son visited him, coming: from the trenches on leave for that pur- pose. At that time all the original officers of the Victoria Rifles had been killed but five. The report of the official eye-wit- ness with the Canadians' dealing with. A FULL EXAMINATION INTO THE ELECTION IN VICTORIA Victoria, May house unani- mously decided this afternoon to ap- point a select committee to investigate "Jctoria 'by-election H. C. Brewster, the Liberal leader, had ask- ed for the committee. But on the mo- Ion of Premier 3qwser, the names of .he members were changed, so ttial sittings woujrt'nbt clash with those of tie Vancouver by-election" commit- tee which is already at work. Major ROSH' part in the battle of SL Eloi says: Two nights in succession Major J. A. Ross of the Victoria, rifles, left our trenches to reconnoitre the enemy's positions. On the first occasion he was accompanied by Lieut. C. G. Green- shields, and on the second by Lieut. Victor-Ducloa, officers of his batta- lion. Lieut. Greenshields at the out- break of war enlisted in the French foreign legion, having secured a trans- fer to this'battalion. He was 'wound- ed last autumn "but rejoined his unit In April.' Another night an excellent recon- naissance was carried out by 'Lieut. Duclos, accompanied by Lieut Ross Robertson. Lieut. Charles Dolphin took out patrols on three successive nights securing useful Information as to the enemy's dispositions. Separate reconnaissances by parties under Captain Stairs and Liauts. Smith uud iMcNeil, of a Nova Scotia battalion, yielded good results. Lance Corp. W. Hobday was out in front of our trenches while a hostile attack was in progress, in order to observe and re- port on tae movements of the enemy. According- to the geological an almost Inexhaustible supply of oil can be obtained from shales of Colorado, and Wyoming, _. _ Ogihae's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour and Health One life's greatest joys is to see your children with' healthy appetites. Flour is the greatest life- giving we eat. One pound of good flour gives the same.umount of nutriment aa a quarter pounds or four pounds of fish, or nearly one pourilAof look at the difference in coat. IUR IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL i. YOU CAN BUY Household NAPA'8 BEST FLOUR 5ThR appeaf iberta Landv. IRCANTILE CO., ,DOW3KI, PROP. IR IN LITHBHIDGI ;