Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, M.VY 3, 1017 rim LETHimnxiE HERALD PAGE NINE Sudan's liny (fdSfcpatnj fj 7RADERS OF Tffff WEST HERBERT f BURB1D6E -5IOKE5 COMMISSIONER. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY AT THE Will undoubtedly bring further response and add to our record Anniversary Sale Week STORE 2-4-7 2-4-7 Ready-to-Wear FRIDAY BARGAINS ARE WORTH A SPECIAL TRIP TO THE BAY STORE PONGEE SILK WAISTS. In natural shades. Sizes M to nceulnr 53.75. n Very special ftttl CREPE KIMONAS. In pink, pnlc Wuc, Copenhagen and hello. Regular t irj Special A LINE OF BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS. With wide frills and lucks. J2.00 Tallies. Frloiy MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS In white embroidered and nicked nfccly. All lengths. CO- Regular 51.50. Friday "U C MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS. Embroidered trimmings, V neck. Good Quality. Regular "7Q-, MUSLIN DRAWERS. Embroidered aud sou trimmed. Regular 45c. 1 Q Special ........V........................................ WHITE TAP SILK WAISTS Large collars. Sizes 34 to 41. Regular S3.00 values, t fn Friday 1.13 Fridays Bargain Leader is Young Mens Suits at Home Furnishings at Fri- day Bargain Prices 500 SQUARE YARDS PRINTED LINOLEUM. Pine Scntcli quality. 2 yards wide. Good assortment ol neu- VQ-L patterns. Per square 2 C FRIDAY'S BARGAIN LIST OFFERS STUPENDOUS VALUES IN hose, Handkerchiefs and Flannelettes CHILD'S COTTON HOSE. Hummer No, 1. Bizes Hummer No. 1. Sizes 3 to 10. Special, Fine Tweed autl Worsted qualities. Well tailored In the now styles. Pinch back and Norfolk. A good setcc- -j n J J Honor neat evades. Your choice.....-........... yard Same as above, per Lineal 1.47 1.27 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. Made o[ chambraj-, ij drill and cottonade. Friday lit REDHOOM RUGS. G only. Mrulc o( line fibre anil wonted yarns in neat self colors. Sizes 2x3 yards. JC.JO. Special MEN'S FELT HATS. In blue, Fedora styles. Sale MEN'S TIES. A medium tie in assorted pattern yj silk. Regular 35c. Special........................... L I C HEAVY REVERSIBLE WOOL SMRYNA RUGS. Size 30sCft inches. Worth ?5.9a. Orleiilal colors. J rt A Special, each tilt MEN'S BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR. Natural color, Special per garment................................ MATTING RUGS. Or heavy rice grass auJ cotton warp In neat In colors. Size indies. 117 Special 1.1 I Suit Opportunity UP. JiCflGE SUITS. Norfolk styte, mannlsn tailored. 7 A t The same as above. Sizo "CxlS inchcs- 1.87 24c I'alr 27C IIEMSTITCIIKD LINEN HANDKER- CHIEFS Doied in dainty boxes. Quarter inch hem. C to a boi. .Special HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS Quarter inch hem. Only one lot to each customer. Eitra. 3 [or........................................... KIDDIES' BOXED PRINTED HANDKERCHIEFS Warranted all pure linen, 3 in pholo box. Per box KIDDIES'PtCTUIJE HANDKERCHIEFS. Hemmed nml good quality n j Seven fop IAC 72c 27c A Fine Assortment of Ladies' Beautiful Silk Taffeta Suits Six different styles In the very latest stylca. Colors Copen- hagen, grey, nigger brown, TCuaatan fireen, sand, navy and black. Regular value Extra Special........ NAVY Bk Only 30 to 32 sizes. Sells regularly 510.00. Special BOYS' KHAKI DRILL SHIRTS. Sizes 11 to 14. Sale BOYS' WASH SUITS. In chambray, Elnebains and crope. Regular S5c. Sale........................... 74c FANCY RAG RUGS. Very usef'il for bedrooms. Interwoven ''hcalgnE and reversible. Suo Ilegulp.r 917 Special......................................... HEAVY ENGLISH WI'-TON VELVET STAIR CARPET. 50 yards only. Two toned grcpn color. 27 inches grille 1 Regular J2.50. Very gprcial. yard A J I REVERSIBLE JUTE STAIR CARPET. In Ian and ereen; also red shades. and 27 Inches wide. 75c. Special yard 47c Candy Special GROCERS' MIXED CANDY FOR FRIOAY ONLY. LIMIT ONE POUND TO EACH CUSTOMER. POUND 12c oOO YARDS-WIIITE ELANNELETTE 2S Inches wide. English niake.jLno sizing. Regular.lac. liimit 10 yards-to one" pustorricr. Yanf .'..I." lu 1000 YDS. ALL WHITE FLANNELETTE Pull 3G inches wide.'Deal quality English make o t 1 Regular 30e. Friilay only. Yard ..........................tAz Plant a Cotton wood Tree or Iris Root in Your Garden THEY ARE GIVEN AWAY FREK AT THE BAY WITH PUR. CHASES OF OR OVER. ONE TREE OR IRIS ROOT WITH EACH Sl.W OF YOUR PURCHASE. A LIMIT OF FIVE TO ONE CUSTOMER. Friday Boot Bargains A WORKING MAN'S BOOT SPECIAL HEADS THE LIST MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHERS In wide Titling and mc'dtum block toa with pegged n 'JA Eolcg, Sizes G lo 0. Friday special, piilr i T MEN'S TAN PROSPECTOR'S 'BOOTS With Gcodyear welled sown and pegged solo. Thla Is an exceptionally good boot. In all slzea. Special.......................................... MEN'S BLACK WORK CALF BOOTS 9own nild pegged ylscollzcd soles. A splendid lioot J for farm work. Friday, pair t Friday's Grocery Bargains. Every Day Require- ments Cost You Less in This List Pur? Lard, 3 Ib. palls. Special, each Macaroni, 10 Ib. box. Spc-ciaf, per box Mother's Creamettes, Egg Noodles and Macaroni. 2 pscksgcs Crisco, Ib, tins. Each Soda BfscuUs. 2 Ib. package. Special Gold Bar Seeded Raisins. package Olives, 32 oz. bottles. Regular 75c, Special per bottle 82c 95c 25c 40c 28c He BANANA AND-APPLE SPECIAL VreIIow Newton Apples, heavy cases.' Special, per 2.47 .Jin tin Special, Pork and Deans, 2 Ib. tins. Special, each Swift's While Laundry Soap. Sptclal, 6 for Golden West Washing Powder. Special, per pkg ial Custard Powder. Special Purchase Apples early as we have only 50 In caies at this special price. 'Fairy Toilet Soap, 10 cakes far This Is for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Hand size 20c 20c 25c 22c 22c ..25c Friday Boot Bargains MINER'S BOOTS In plain toe, heavy soles, triple pegged with solid n 74 leather heel. All sizes. Friday special............... tuft MEN'S TAN WORK HOOTS Wltli Mock too, sewn and lieggccl vlscolizod sole, leallicr ning. Tlie regulation array quality. Fi pair lining. The regulation array j nn ................4.fa i LADIES'-ULACK AND GKEY STRIP- ED CLOTH BOOTS With Runmclal vamrs afld facing wlih Culjaii liecl. medium sole. Nice boot for street wear. Friday special i ni 4.27 L MILADI s PHONE Tho women of Iho Nuptial churcli T.I11 acw in the lied Cross rooms to- morrow afternoon, i Mrs. W. L. Hnnllo cnlcrltlined fit the tea hour ycstcnlny afternoon for Mrs. .1- 0. Wilson of Hcginn. 4 i Mias Xflii Shaw will arrive tonight from Spokane to make nn extended visit with her filfilor, Mra. K, A', Mrs. W. K. IIcmlcrson who lias hccn slaying wllh her mother, Mrs. II. 9. Smith, rclurns lo licr home In Mooao Jaw tomorrow nflcrnoon. Al Iho conclusion of Iho cnnl parly being given lonlglil hi Iho K. P. ilnli by (ho.now cliflpler of Ihc I. 0. K. there will he fln Informal tlnnc'c', i Comer, of Hosodnlo and Mlsa j, Margaret Livingstone, of Leihbridge, i nro visiting itre. Comer's ui.lcr, .Mis T, T. Albcrtmi. 1 II of nf- Ing from Lelhbrldgc, and will spend n few days Nows-Tclc- At Us nnnunl convention, held last week Iho Manitoba provincial chap- ler I.O.U.K., rc-alcclcci Us whole cxc- 2iillro wllh Mrs. Colin II. Campbell AS recent. t Mr. Norrls SloHzc, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Rloll7C. who hns been prtic- ITI Knrgo, N. Is going to lake Ihc officers 1 mining course which Btnria In Minneapolis on May 8lh. m Mrs. .1. W. McXIcol wns Ihe host- ess si n hrlflgo Inat night, !n rniiTtony fo !iir s-jos'., Mrs. J. 0. of Ilegina. Twelve Ihd- lea were present, Jlra. F. Unwncr winning Hie prize. (n (lie Mny lal IBBIIC of "Krniik- ICES from Frank" ttio brlglil lllllc cdllcd hy Iho dlsflhlcil eolil- lerg nl tfic Frank Sanitarium, the branch of the Ued Cross which is lo bo used to purchase games, for Ihe patients. The Sir Alexander Calt clmpler f. O. E., will be in charge of Ihn toa room at Hie Chinook Chili tomorrow afternoon. II Is thai any- one requiring accommodation for i more than six guests phone Mrs. j Slnrnes, Ihc convenor, 100J, nnd res- crvah'ona will bo made. A musical program lias hccn arranged for to- morrow. Tho so Inking part (u the lag day on Saturday for Ihc Blr Alexander Gall clinpler, f. O. D. E., can get their lioxes and on Friday afternoon between Ihc hours of 1 nnd 6 nml on fire, r ui rniicouveij nr- UrftnCII 01 iHC KCU rtred Irt (he'city Wcfrnosday morn- la thanked for A donation ol loaneil licr sufficient to lake her home. A woman who was deaf, on icr way lo Medicine Hal from Roy, Montr was taken by Iho Travellers' Aid to the home and given dinner and room to rest in till rald-nlglit; friends were to meet her at Medi- cine Hot. The telephone number of Iho Trav- lerg' Aid Is 72X (Sgd.) Mary E- Cameron, W.C.T.U. Travellers' Aid. SnLiinlay after S.30 at the clmrilor'a roomj In tlio Alberta block. The committee iit rediiest ILOSO [nkliig corners lie In tholr places nol Inter than a.m. and that those relieving be punclual as Iho corners nol bo left without a (nggcr, tliBt those Inking strecla do llielr collccling during tho forenoon nnd lnrn In (heir lioxcs promplly. Travellers7 Aid Report For April. Tmlns mcL 192, people assisted of ifi wcro young girls, Among the cnsey nsslslcil wag a young iiur t-wming Jn on llic Irniti nho request of a telephone mcfsage to (he Trnvcllcra' Aid WBO met nt 1.15 nml taken (o n loom for [tie night and pill on Iho (rntn going lo Mngrnlh the next day. A woman irlshIng go to (Jrcftl Kfilla WM turned bark at Coutln nnd tltd not money (o stay In Iho city or her to Tier home so Iho Trarcl- ICTB' Aid came to hor TCECUQ and HUN III Winnipeg, Mny A. H. llwl- n, nKorncy-gcn'Bral for Manitoba, while Bdmlttlng Hint J. C. Mflcltne, commissioner of pollcrj has resigned nntl Dial his office woiild cense on Alny 31, said thai the Inference Hint Ihc Irlal of the cx-mlnlstera of Mani- toba would nol proceed was not Justi- fied, ,Mr. Hudson would rot whether nr nol Iho irlnls completed, Tho office of commissioner of pol- ice was created principally lu lake care of Ihc unusual conditions- which existed ivhcn the province decided (o proceed agalnsl Iho former premier mA other members of the former cab' tool two yeara ago. There hate been minors Mini Iho Irlalg of Iho cx-mln- Tslera would bo dropped by common. Tnko Over LcDargc Ranch Pincher Nurse Is Called Overseas (From Our Own Corrcspomlont) Pineher Cfjok, May Sandgrcu nml Carlson have added to their .already extensive- holdings in this district the old "Alberta" ranch which adjoins their own mnch the "Lo Barge." They alco own the large tract caal ol town on wlilch the gov- ernment Ihualratlon farm Li situated. Tho now acquisition comprlEcs aboul acres and ono of DID teat known of the old rnnchca In the dis- trict. It was established in the ctirly eighties Riul Almost from tho first It. Duthlo has been connected with It, formerly an manager and In inter years ns owner. Kanflcrcn and Cnrlson havo whnt prohaHy cnn- cfltutcs the finest herds In Southern Alberta on their ranches hero anil they arc headed by seven purr brod bullfl, four of which were recently purchased at Iho Calgary Hull Sale. Tho latlcr nrc of tho Hertford var- iety, and some liloa of their oual can bo Kflncd ivlicn It Ij realized that the price of Ihe four nnlmals gregfltc close On to Rev. James ol tiduumton, con- dueled the services al Ihe Prceljyler- lan churcli on S'.mdny last ai.Vl will preach tlicrc ugain Sunday ncxl. Services'nt St, John's church will he conducted liolli morning anil even- ing of Sunday next by the Rev. Mr. .Mc.MicIiael, A. L. Krccbairn received a letter llita week from Slaff H. Upton, in u'Jiich he slates lh.it he is I enjoying the pink of health and that be liacl recently met on active sendee otil Pincher, Croik fricnda among whom were Fonlon Trick, (Jeo. Marcellus, Jim Still, lormcrly of Iho Dank of Commerce, some of which aro In UIG battalion In. command of our popular old friend Dan Ormand. Mlsa Andrews who for the past seven weeks has visited friends in Winnipeg returned on FXtlay last nnd lias ncccplcd n position in Iho store of A. L. FrccliiJrii Co. Miss who Una spE-nt. Hie winter In New York, rtlnrneil lo town on Saturday last, Nurse lo go Overseas, On Saturday last .Mlsg V. M. For- matron of Hie Memorial Hos- pital, rccclvcil licr call" for overseas service wllli Ihc -A. M. C. She left on Sunday nighl for Cnlpary lo report nl liondfpuirlcrs. Miss la the frrand nurse (o Icnvo our houpllnl for nvurscns. -Alisa Hanhani having recently pone. Miss Tlohcrlson, also onn of our town'fi fnvorllc nurses, left several innnlhs on Ihc same nite- ?Ion. Mlfcs Kcrp.tisoti has been on the hospltr.1 staff lev the past year and n half ami in lliat lime had rrmJo a host of frionris who will sflijly miss her bright cheerful personality. After arriving In Calory, Mlas Ferguson was graivled a lew -ilays cave, and returned to assist with the hospital work as they arc having trouble In lilling tho vacancies. 51 Us Perguson's younger brother, who has "ccn on active service for the pasl eighteen months, has been Invalldel home suffering from muscular rheu- matism and gunshot -.vcunds. The Oddfellows and Hcbofcahs ol the local lodges celebrated the annlvereary of Od'lfcllowshlp by at- tending devine worship on Sunday evening tnsl In Ihc oporft house. The congnlsatlon of the Methodist church also assembled (here In order lo let their nuslor, the Ilcv. Mr, Wil- kinson conduct the service. Tho Methodist choir artdcd Tery greatly lo the service by Iho rondcrlng of beautiful anthems. -Mr. Wilkinson's sermon was very much enjoyed and should liave a lasting effect. After the service the lodges re- paired to the 1 .0. O. F. hall, where a hearty vote of thanks wag given Mr. Wilkinson for the Inspiring ser- vice. M- H. Roberts of Lcthbridgo ,1s a Plnchcr Creek visitor fHlg week. Mr. lloberts reports for rablor- hig J2 vory good condition.' IX was B Calgary visitor last Thursday. Hen Montgomery spent Iho end in Calgnry. (J. W. Watson spent a short time In Lethbrhlgc in Iho'oafly pan of the week. Mrs. Graham, Grand Matron of iho Grand Chapter of tho Order Knatem Slar of en 6f- flclal visit lo the local lodge week and while here was the guest ot Mrs. Dr. J.