Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE OAttA' IIKKALD PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Bkic Ribbon, Ihe mime sig- nifies all lliat is best. Al- ways ask for Blue Ribbon Colt'ee, Baking Powder, Tea, Spices, Jelly Powders .and Extracts. Tlicy will give per- fect satisfaction. PHONE 1224 ANNIV To those fully appreciate Shakespeare and.- his works, course on the bard ofi Avon, and what he is lalwjiyB keenly inter- esting and Immaterial of the introduction of now facts and fan- The Illustrated lecture on Shakes- HEW JERSEY peare's life and his "Macbeth" and "Merchant of Venice" by Mr. A. E. Ottev.-ell, M.A., secretary of the de- partment ,of extension of the univer- sity of Alberta, last night, in the aud- itorium of central school here, proved exceedingly entertaining and edify- ing. The lecture was given in mem- ory of the tercentenary of the cele- brated 'dramatist'" whose 'death took place three hundred years ago last 23rd of April. He was born in 1664, April 23.' A fairly well-filled hall greeted the Mrs. (Dr.) Patton of Coutts, and Miss Drynmau of Paris, Out., are the ;ucsts of -Mis Tilney, enrouto to Ed- monton. Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Worth and 'Mra. lloag loft this morning for Lethbridgq to attend the district meeting of the: W.C.T.U. uelng held there this week. Hat Times. 'Hie regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission will'be huiu on Fri- day at 3 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. The annual meetinf.', to which the public are cordially invited, is at 4 p.m.'. on the same day at the Y.M.C.A. Mrs. J. Morgan Is once more able to lie up after a long and saripus attack of typhoid fever. She' Is spending a couple of weeks with her sister, Mrs. p. H. Harper at Diamond City and with Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, at their farm. The Ladles' Aid Society of Knox church will meet in Uib schoolroom on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The hostesses are Mesdames Brodie, FOR THURSDAY'S SELLING, MANY NEW BARGAIN LINES HAVE BEF.M RE-PRICED TO A RECORD LOW FIGURE. A VISIT TO OUR STORE THIS, OUR WEEK, WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY ARE THE GREAT TRADERS OF THE GREAT WEST. OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE CONTINUES UNTIL SATURDAY, MAY 6th H. Morris, A. M. the reception committee, Slcsdames Da- noon and Henderson. Mrs. J. L. Jdmieson of Belfast Bt. was the hostess of a delightful tea yesterday afternoon at which, about twenty friends had the pleasant op- portunity of. meeting Mrs.-C. FVJamle- lecturer. Ho devote'! his time firstly i Bon of Lethbridge, who Is speeding to' the life of Shakespeare. Hb ills-' played on the screen a picture of the poet, an engraving by Martin Droes- hout, about 1603, said to be favored by. Ben Johnson, Shakespear's dearest friend and contemporary writer.. Where Shakespeare attended school and learned the rudiments of a solid English education was shown and a few facts and fancies concerning the poet's youthful days was .given, by the lecturer. That Shakespeare In youth carried a .jack-knife atid whittled his name and-bther things of the school Is' not'- 'improbable by the signs' preserved to Oils 'day. The house where Shakespeare first saw tue Hsht tlla exalted shrine wlwro Shakespeare pilgrims i worstiip and the; beautiful river Avon were portrayed 'and commented upon. The monument to Shakespear, with the poet, and four principal charac- "I cannot speak too ters 0( plays, Falstaff, Henrv V., T> i J- c D- i u Due To Lydia it. rmkham 3 iV J Vegetable Compound. highly of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- Compound for inflammation and other weaknesses. I Hamlet and Lady MacBeth were shown and other interesting features pertaining to 'the poet and his works, including the great Shakespeare mem- was very-irregular orial building at Btratford-on-Avon, and would have ter- rible pains so that I could hardly take a step.- Sometimes I would be so misera- ble that I could not sweep a room. I doctored part of the time but felt no i where the plays of the dramatist enacted each April in his honor. I -.The. principal scenes and. climaxes of MacBeth and The Merchant of Van- ice .ware shown and the lecturer read a synopsis of each of the plays be- fore exhibiting the pictures. AS each slide was put on Mr. Ottewell commented on Uio Interesting points of each.. In this way the pictures change. I later took Lydia E. Pink-: were .made .exceptionally interesting, ham's Vegetable Compound and felt Rev. Mr. Cohbledlok occupied the a change for the better after the sec- chair and introduced the speaker, ondday. I took it until I was in a good S. S. Dunham moved a vote of healthy condition. I recommend the thanks to the able lecturer, which Pinkham remedies to all women as I was seconded by J, D. have used them with good lire. MILFORD T. CuMiiraos, 24 New 'Street, Bridgeton, N. 3. Such testimony should be accepted by all-women as convincing evidence of the excellence of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as a remedy for the distressing ills of women such as DAMAGE AT DUBLIN PUT AT displacements, backache, painful periods, nervoueaegj kindred ailments. Dublin, May Although it is Im- possible to obtain 'an estimate of the damage done aince the outbreak of the revolt It cnn be placed conse'r- vately at sometthins more -than TURKISH TRANSPORT SUNK New York, May Salonlkt dis- patch to a news agency here today Turkish transport Chirke- timairie has been sunk off Rondonto, I the sea of Marmora, by a Eritish submarine, according to announce- ment made here today. No details are available, but it is believed here that several hundred Turkish troops on board were drowned." 0 SINK RELIEF SHIPS London, May vessels under charter by the American commission for the relief of Belgium, the Swedish steam- ship Friedland and the British steamer Hehdon Hail, hsve been sunk within the last two days. a couple of weeks in the city. Bowl! of paasies graced the tea room, where the hostess was asisted by Mrs. C. F. Jamleson, and her sister. Miss Por- Hat News. Tlie public, both men and women, are invited to the meeting of the District W. C. T. U., tonight at S o'clock, at the Christian church. There will be a reception to the dele- gates, addresses from the city schools, churches and the local unions. Mrs. MoKinney will give .an ad'lrea on "On; Present Responsibil- ity." A program consisting of a solo by Mis Dawson, reading by Mrs. J. Thompson, songs by Misses "Wall- work and Mctlvena, will be given. A collection will be taken in the inter- est of the district work. The annual meeting of St. Angus tin's Women's Auxiliary was held in the Parish hall on Monday afternoon. The reports of the work done during the year were read and showed gra- tifying success. The election of of- ficers had the following results; Pre- sident, Mrs. Murrell-Wrlght; vice-pre- sident, Mrs. J. A. Jackson; secretary Mrs.. Alllh; treasurer, MiHb Bawden; Leaflet secretary, Miss Blagtrarn; Thankoffering secretary, Miss Asl-ton; secretary of Babies' branch, Mrs Maynard; superintendent of Junior branch Mrs. Carberry; delegates to annual convention, Mrs. Murrell- Wright; substitute, Mirs. Sherlock; Mra Bentley, substitute Mrs. Bryih- ner; Mrs. B. A.'Shafman, substitute F. W. Downer. The wedding took place on Wednea, day, April 26th by the Rev. Dr.'WiU son of Elm Street church, Toronto, of MJta Netta Et Haipenny, of Letbi bridge, to Mr. G-. Edward Mathews of Baston's Corners, Ont. A quiet wedding was solemnized last night at S o'clock in St. Eugene hospital chapel, Cranbrook, when Miss Muriel Johnson, daughter of Mrs. W. Johnson, and Leonard Van Stavern of the Dominion Express of Cranbrook, were united in marriage by the Roy. Father McGuirs, pastor of St. Mary's church. Mr. and Mrs. Frsnk Goidtria were the witnesses. Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple were driven to the Godderis home where a bountiful wedding repast was partaken of and where greetings were extended by the friends of the contracting SALE Ladies' and Children's Wear A Great Snap In CRF.P6 OE CHINE .colors, pink, maize, also Btrijio'd silks, all sizes, regular ?3.50. Anniversary bale (M QQ CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS, in and white colors. A splendid value at Anniversary -sale'-price.............. NEW VOILE WAISTS, with pink and white, and blue and white stripes. Splendid value at nn Anniversary sale price WASH SILK WAISTS, in white only and dainty style, reg. 53.00 for LADIES' LAWN WAISTS, ill pretty etfeeU, all sizes, reg. J1.50 Qn Anniversary sale price CHILDREN'S ROMPERS, strong qual- ity, various BMt 2 Dome KID GLOVES, in white, tan or black, with self points. Special i Anniversary special Fringed Heavy White TERRY TOW- sale price, per yard ELS, 45 in i 23 In. ARr 3 Inches wide, fancy Dresden Special per pair "SUL ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GINGHAMS 27 in. wide, in small and medium checks, fast colors. Annlver- lOc lOc 15c 15c 35c sky, .Copenhagen, red and mauve, regular Anniversary "7C-, price to clear, per pair IvC cotton, -specially adapted vrfor, the sick room; size 40 x CQ '20 In. Anniversary sate, pair 54 in. HEAVY.. COATING SERGE, guaranteed'all wool and genuine In- digo dye. Anniversary special, per yard colored grounds, a big range to choose from. Anniversary lip special per yard 11C 800 Pairs of LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE, Jn black or white, to 10. Anniversary sale price per pair ribbon, ea'.e price, per yd. 6% In. wide, fancy Dresden ribbon, sale per .yd. A Bargain In Laldles' FANCY NECK- WEAR. For convenient selling these are divided in four popular prices for anniversary sale, 25c, 50c and 38 Pair Best Trench KID GLOVES, elbow or full length, in white or black, 59i to 7. Special sale price at per pair IOC Anniversary price, pair 36 In. FANCY WORSTED, suitable for dress or separate skirts, smooth finish, In navy and brown shades, very specially priced for CA Anniversary sale, per yard OUC 500 Yds. Only, 34 In. SHANTUNG 6tJ-K, la natural color, heavy qual- ity and free from dressing, regular 75c. Anniversary tale price per yard.................. House Furnishings Department AXMINSTER HEARTH RUGS, In Oriental and-floral designs, sizes 27 i 64 In. reg. S3.76 Special 26 ONJ-Y TAPESTRY RUGS, size 27 x 54 in. floral and Oriental designs, True economy What's the use of range being a wonderful cooker and bristling with modern conveniences if it soon wilts because made of poor materials? That is not economy at all. If you want to save money, by a (oed range. ud is convenient tour htnce jBOW Thtt's TRUE economy U SIN- CERELY ratdc. Noth- ing but bichcst class blue '.ttwt las'tooui Tort enamel, nickel heavily coiled! stamped out broiler pan enam- elled, oven can't aniltooa all throiith. made to -range worta Style E.S. at year' deale r London Toronto Montreal WiflniDCK Si. John, N.D. Calsiry Edmonlon Saslulooa Sold by Hick-Schl Hardware Co. What the Press Agents Say At the Orpheuin "Mary's Duke" will be shown again at the Orpheum tonight as well as the ninth Instalment of These pictures -will be shown for the last time tonight..Both pictures are of. the very fascinating type and everybody; should see them. At Starland The bis feature tonight will be Dustln Farnum in the "Gentleman from a magnificent produc- tion (based on Booth famous, story. Everybody knows loves biistin Farnum as an actor and he appears great advantage in this production. The story is a tllrlll- ing one of newspaper and political life in the States, the newspaper, man helng tlie centre figure, with the girl with whom he falls in love. At tlie Empress a' Bison feature in four parts, will 'be the feature at tin Bmpres tonigut. An old. fisherman finds n woman and child cast up by a storm and'takes them to his ca'uln. The'woman'dies and the child, he lives for years on the island until the visit of a New York artist and his wife on their yacht. who is not In acpfd with his wife, falls in love with the girl. The ensuing story in one of the most fas clnntlng ever told in pictures. There 13 also.a-Rhaplin an Elk'o- comedy.- V Anniversary special, each WEST1NGHOUSE MAZDA sizes .15, 20 and 25 watt. .Anniversary special; each LAMPS, 25c lal 3Bo, or 3 for itu.Bpec" BRASS EXTENSION RODS, extend- ing to 54 inches, with brackets, regular 20c each Very special, 2 for tiJv HEAVY BRASS EXTENSION RODS, extend to 78 in., with brackets, regular 45c. Special, each STAIR CARPET, reversible fibre quality, a very strong Quality, 22H inches wide. In neat shades Very special, per yard REVERSIBLE FIBRE RUGS, in green and fawn shades, strong wearing quality, size 9 i feet. Anniversary special A Leading Special for Anniversary Week 2500 Square of PRINTED LINOLEUM, best Scotch make, a fine range of patterns in floral matting, hardwood and tile ef- fects, 2 yards wide. Anniversary Per square yd. 69c Per lineal yd.. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE SPECIALS WATER GLASSES, very fins quality, regular J1.25 per dozen. Anniversary special per doz................... 24 DOZ.TEACUPS SAUCERS, with blue design, regular per dbz. very special, 0 cups aud saucers for I 12 Doz. Only CHINA CUPS ANC SAUCERS, English China, two patterns, reg. J3.95 per dozen. Anniversary lale prico J g for dot............. MEN'S CUFF LINKS, strong and ser- viceable, reg. 50c. Special, per pair MEN'S COLLAR BUTTONS, a vari- ety to choose from, reg. 5c OC each. week 7 for 0 C Men and Boy's Wear Department rable zes'f r MEN'S- ARM colors, plnl, blue-and Q for, per pair MEN'S'SUMMER SOCKS, in colored styles black, Un and purple, all sizes, reg. 26c, Anniver- sary sale price, per pair MEN'S SPRING CAPS, in plain col- MEN'E STRONG WORKING SOCKS, ors and checks, reg. jl.50, Just new In. Anniversary special sole price............. SUMMER UNDERWEAR, 2- plece style, all sizes, reg. very special Anniversary salo price, per suit mending card pair, re, BOY.- STRONG gular 3oc. Anniversary extra special, 6 prs. for MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, terns, in stripes, etc; al J1.25. Anniversary special ;at pat- es, reg. 69c BOYS' suiTS, a strong durable, suit for every day wear! all sizes, regu- lar to 56.00, Reduced for Anniversary week BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER made In good quality tweeds, all sizes, regular, ?2.0Q. Ad Anniversary week...... PANTS, !ry special value for Anniversary week, pair BOYS' HATS, in tweeda and checks, all sizes, reg. ?l-25. Anniversary special BOYS' SHIRTS, tn new spring stripe styles, stiff cufff, coat sizes 12 to 13, reg. 860. 25c BOYS' TWEED fa colon of blue, brown and AH ItMl. reg- ular 35c. Special price BOYS' SOLDIER SUITS, complete with caps and to match, regular 16.50. Special tC QE per suit............... Boot and Shoe Department high 2.75 LADIES' TAN. CALF BOOTS with neat round toe, heels, regular Aunt- versary Special Prico wi LADIES' GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS, well made and easy fitting. Regular Special per pair LADIES' BOX CALF BLUCHER BOOTS, strong and serviceable, all regular QO Sale price, per pair LADIES' DRESSY "TOP "BOOTS, patenl regular Anniversary Week BLUCHER LADIES' PUMPS AND 12 pairs only MEN'S BOX CALF pLU- In black and tan, blucher and hut- CHER BOOTS; a useful working ton styles, sizes to regular 55.00 Extra special to clear (M OA Per Pair MEN'S TAN CALF BUTTON BOOTS In a smart dressy style, all sizes; regular 55.00; Auniver- 0o QQ sary Special, pair tJti.tJiF MEN'S HEAVY "K" BOOTS in black and tan, solid leather throughout, all sizes. Regular Special price, pair sizes; regular Sale price, pair 85 V BOYS' TAN CALF AND WAX CALF BLUCHER BpOTS, good strong boot regular for gpacial An clearance, pair vuvJlv BOYS' BLACK ELK SCHOOL SHOES Sizes 1 to 5; regular 25 nc Special per pair BOYS' HEAVY SCHOOL SHOES In tan elk, sizes 1 to 5, reff. AC _____________ _________.. 13.60; special per pair.. BLUCHER BOOTS, good solid boot CHILDREN'S TAN CALF SLIPPERS, ;hool shoe, slzes.8 to 10 spring heels, one strap ityle, repi- iar price fiQ- Bale price................. OUC CHILDREN'S BLACK ONB STRAP SLIPPERS, hard solei. spring heeli. Regular Anniversary Qtkf boot: all sizes; regular ?3.50; for per pair v..... MEN'S PROSPECTORS. BOOTS .with 14 inch leg, heavy duality, regular Anniversary Week per pair.......'.. GIRLS' BOX CALF BLUCHER AND lar price Special per pair regular Anniversary Week, pair. Sale, pair Grocery Department ['SUGAR, pure fine gran- Oft I ulated, 20 Ib. sacks COFFEE, H.'fl. Oo's Seal of Quality Blend. A blend of .'mest Mocha and Java, regular 60c, special A-I OC per Ib. 50c, or 3 Ibs. for TEA, H. B. Co.'s Blend, No. 2. Our COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s' Special blend, well known 60c tea, special i" a fine family blend, reg. nn per lh ,ioc. special 3 Ibs. for special.................... fcjFfc LAWTONBERRIES, PEARS, PEACH- ES, CHERRIES, GREENGAGES, 2 tins, 35c. tl OC per doz. assorted LEMON VANILLA FlaTor- gn_ Ing, ft oz. bottles......... FLOUR, Ogllvle'g Centra- nial brand, 49, Ib. HUDSON'S BAY CO.