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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TinmSDAY, MAY 11, 101G THE LETHBnftKSe DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE) Olio of the largest writs issued out of supremo court for a loug time was that Issued this morning by Cony- 'beare, Church, McArthur and David- son, acting for the Hunsen Grain Co., nyahiat I man Salberg, anil tho berg Grain Co. The suit In.for. deuiand is made for this money together with intercut from tills date and the costs of tho action! The Hansen Grain Co., of Winnipeg, have been acting agents for the Sal- berg Grain Co. a: the amount asked Is set forth in the Hp'-n to bo monies advanced or grain on the request of the de The period covered is from September 1st, 1915. Eight hundred and fifty strong the I18th Highlanders held their second route march through the business sec- tion of the -city Thursday afternoon and presented a fine appearance to the largo numbers who lined the treets. The men are now fully equip- ped and with the threu bands at the head of the parade showed what mil- itary training for a few months will do. The lino of march was changed to some extent to give the pupils of Central and High ochools an oppor- tunity to witness the parade. It is understood .there will be another route "march before the battalion leaves to go .Into Sarcee camp for the summer. PHONE 1224 Mrs. A, Wilkinson Is visiting her mother In Calgary. Mr. R. y. Gibbons night from Calgary, returned last At a congregational meeting of St. Giles Presbyterian church, Hamilton, n purse of was presented to the retiring pastor, Rev. Capt. J. B. Pau- Jin, chaplain of the 86th machine gun battalion. Mr. Chas. Tamter, of Taber, is a visitor in tke city for a few days. Mrs. G. Laurence and son are spend- ing a few weeks in Calgary the guests of Mrs, Lnureuce'B parents. Rev. G.'C.-AfclAurin left last night for Medicine IIat, and will return on Saturday. Airs. Albert West of Calgary. Is visiting Judge and Mrs. Jackson, 4th avenue, south. The Dominion Rcbokali lodge, No. will hold their regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock In the Oddfellows' hall. Visiting Rebekahs arc cordially Invited. The warrant officers, staff sergeants and sergeants of the L13th battalion are entertaining at a dance on Tues- day evening at tho Knights of Pyth- ias hall. The ladies of the Maple Leal: chap- ter No. 7 O.E.S., are reminded of the sewing at the Red Cross rooms to- morrow afternoon. There Is so much more wort to be done now that aa many members as possible are asked to be present. The monthly meeting of the W. M. S. of Knox, church was held Tuesday evening. Mrs. Denoon read a paper descriptive of the Bible lesson. An interesting paper on "The Huthen- ans" was read by Mrs. Dunham. The president, Mrs. William McClure gave 'a splendid report -of the provincial meeting held in Medicine Hat. Tne" young Jadles' Sodality of St. Patrick's church held a very success- ful social on Tuesday evening in the Knights of Pythias hall. The first part of the evening waa devoted to games of five1 hundred, the prizes be- ing won by Mrs. Quinn and Mr. C. J. Miller. After supper dancing was en- joyed. Thure will bo a social meeting of tho Wesley Auxiliary of the AVomon's MifiBlonary society on Friday after- noon from 3.30 to 5 p.m. In Wesley hall. _A cordial invitation to iittend this meeting is extended to all the women of the congregation and to llio executive of the Westminster aux- iliary. There will be a short musical program and an infprmal discussion of plans for tho coming convention. The executive for r. good atten- dance. V t Tho members of the 1. O. D. B. are reminded that arrangements have been made for the presentation of the drums for the pipe band to the 113th Kilties at the sports which are being held at tho exhibition park on Satur- day afternoon, May Tho. presen- tation wit! take place at 2 p.m. nnarp, Pryce-Jonoa and the offi- cers of the regiment have Invited all the members of the I. O. -D. B. to tea after the which it Is to be hoped the members will attend. TO Edinburgh, May Soc- ialists were sentenced to terms of im- prisonment under the Denfense of the Healm act in the high court here to- I day after pleading guilty to advising munitions workers at Glasgow last March to Quit work. James MacDou- gall, a member of the sc-hool board and James Maxon, school teacher, were sentenced to 12 months impris- onment each. Jack Smith, tool mak- er, received a sentence of 18 months. Lord Advocate said that according to information of the crown, Smith had been associated with widely Known local anarchists. Among papers that were found on him according to evi- dence, were copies of a Dublin news- paper, dated April 1st, which urged the Irish to strike a blow at the Brit- ish Empire. DENIES GERMAN CLAIM London, May British official statement issued this evening quotes the German official claim that a Bri- tish destroyer was badly damaged in brief artillery engagement between five British destroyers and two "Ger- man torpedo boats on May 8. The British admiralty denies the German [aim. It says that a few shots were exchanged between the torpedo craft, and that the Germans returned to their harbor. OUR GROCERY LIST Phone 313] FOR THIS WEEK-END IS WELL WORTH SPECIAL ATTENTION! [Phone 313 SUGAR, pure fine granulated 20 pound sacks per sack...... 20 pound sacks OQ TEA, H. B. Co.'s Blond, No. 2. Our well known j r tea, special per Ib. TtOC TEA, II. B. Co.'s Blend No. 4 regular 45c, special per Ib............. TEA, Tetley'B Sundrifid Japan, green, 60c, very special COFFEE, H. B. Seal of Quality Blend. A blond of fin- est Mocha and Java, regular 50c, special pur Ib. rfj-i or" or y, !ba. for lUC in 1UC ERY, 2 REAM- ff IOC Black Cherry Trees to be Given Away on Friday Plant a tree Friday, M'ay Arbor Day. We have only two or three hundred of these fine Wild Black Cherry trees to dispose-of. For Friday we will give one tree with every dollar pur- chase. A limit of five trees to one customer. Average height of trees to be given away are 5 to fi feet. Do not let this opportunity, pass, hy you, secure one or two of tlaese excellent lawn trees. Hudson's Bay Company RYLANDSI CO. Showing exclusively LADY GORDON AND. PRINCESS COATS, SUITS. AND DRESSES IN SILK AND CLOTH MATERIAL Tint with the New Thlnji" f LANDS CO. Special telling agents for RADIUM HOSIERY, NEMO WAR- riER'S CORSETS, QUEEN QUALITY SILK QLOVES AND UNDERWEAR Journil Patterns White Dress Material CREPE DE CHENE, yard wide, pure >ilk, aha silk mixture for waiatB and dresaea, AC on aale per yard.................59c "vC WHITE SILK, yard wide, untearable, and wwh- ablo, reeular quality, for blouses, An underwear, etc., on Bale at CREPE, 8ILK, full yard, wide, white only, heavy weight, will wash like cotton, on Mle at per yard........................ WHITE SUITING SERGE, 56 inches wide, pure wool for aultg or coats, on sale FOE the next five days we will give Special Bargains in White Goods of every descrip- tion. The whole store and the windows have been turned into a vast display of snowy whits.mechan- dise. We list only a few of the extra specials for the opening days of this great May White Sale. T has heen predicted that this summer will ue the biggest White season for many a year. The scarcity of fast dyes, makes white goods of all kinds almost imperative. We anticipated these conditions and liave complete stocks of white goods in every department. Special Values in Voiles PLAIN VOILES, a complete showing of the finest Swiss voiles now in stock, on sals "7C up to lOC SPLASH VOILE, 38 inches wide for dresses, waists, etc.. very fine and sheer, on sale per yard..............................OUC SEED VOILE, mercerized finish, 38 inches wide, very special for Tvalsts, oil sale at.................................. EMBROIDERED VOILES, 36 to 45 inches wide, a splendid lot on sale at these low J at.....................86c, 7Sc, 50c 4 'IOC White Sale of Whitewcar WE SPECIALIZE ON MEDIUM PRICED, WELL MADE WHITEWEAR GARMENTS. YOU WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE OUR COMPLETE RANGE WITHOUT TROUBLE AT THIS SALE. UNDERSKIRTS AT 75c. 2 dozen white cotton un- derskirts, S-in. tucked frill extra' value. UNDERSKIRTS AT Wide width, i2 Inch em- broidery frill, regular J2.00 values. NIGHT GOWNS AT 9Sc. A special sale of slip- over -.muslin nightgowns worth tl-50. NIGHTGOWNS AT 5 Dozen assorted styles, some worth a big White Sale bargain. GIRLS' NIGHTGOWNS, 76c broidery trim. CORSET COVERS AT A real bargain in em- broidered corset covers, values up to MUSLIN DRAWERS AT 35c Wide lace trimmed knees, medium sizes, an- other big bargain. MUSLIN DRAWERS AT 50c Embroidery frill, both styles, values 8nc. COMBINATIONS AT Soveral lines of muslin corset cover and drawers combined, values to 52.25. PRINCESS SLIPS AT Clearing up odd lines, iace anu embroidery trim, worth up to All Summer Und'wear in this Sale WE CARRY T'HE.L'ARQESf STOCK OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBER- TA, IN REGULAR AND -OUTSIZES, IN ALL GRADES. SILK VESTS AT Queen Quality, fine glove silk, all sizes. VESTS AT 15c For this sale only, 100 dozens Ladies' fine sum- mer vests, short or nn sleeves. VESTS AT 20c i 25c A special sale loV some crochet yoke, fine mercer- ized cotton and 1 i a 1 threads. OUTSIZE VESTS AT 25c, 35c Two special lines of vests for large and extra large women, short or no sleeve styles. CHILDREN'S VESTS AT 18c Finpst. quality, all sizes, 1 to 15 years, short sleeves only. WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS AT 50c 65o 20 different grades and styles, including Cumfy Cut, and Collier Cut coiu- binationa, 34 to 40 sizes. FINE LISLE COMBINA- TIONS, Ladies' fine mercerized lisle combinations with lace trim at knee, or tight knee OUTSIZE COMBINATIONS AT 75c -1 Lines of extra fine rio- bed lisle combinations, all at the same, price. A Sale of Embroideries WIDE FLOUNCINGS, 27 and 45 inches wide, will be on sale tempting prices. This is the time of year "you will be using them to? dresses, 1000 yards bought at sale nod drouped In aale lot at 29c, 39c, 59e 79c a yard EMBROIDERY EDGINGS, front S to H inch- es wide, representing a fortunate purchase of goods that cannot be bought now at double the price. These will be on sale In throe lota, worth up to 50c, your choice at 5c, 9c a yard Bargains in White Hosiery WHITE SILK HOSE, purs silk tlvrwd. with black embroidered clock, slrei 814 IS; .eitra RADIUM SILK HOSE, vear reln- forced, toes and heels, wide garwr, tops, per pair VvC SILK LUSTRE, Penman's make, regular We, something worth buying, on >ale 8 pairs ILK LisLk, Ultra quality, wide garter top, re-. luforeati and heels, par pair fiijC GIRLS' HOSE, tine ribbed cotton or ilile. all allts, to extra value tmr 30c WhiteSkirts fr.Different styles, buy now when sizes arid .values are best, piques, repps, cords u.tmr material. Middy Waists .uiiL In by express, 5 dozen Ladies' white middy waists, alf new styles, get ours now, they will be very scarce later tin.: Corset daintiest, of Swiss Corset Cover "inbroideries that should be selling for bought at today's price, all at 25c. a yard. W'teCurtainNets, 35c These Nottingham nets are clearing out quickly. They are really 50c values, neat designs, material 38 inches wide. OrQandieWaists, 1.50 Organdie and voile waists, with a neat satin ribbon stripe, in assorted width's, high up, low down neck, sizes 34 to 42, extra value. Little Boys' ''Paul Jones" and Oliver Twist wash suits, In a fine quality white- drill, sizes 2 to 6 .years. .These are very new and considered very smart. Save Money on Your Bedding PILLOW TUBING, 42 Inches wide, fine cotton, regular IJOc, on sale, per SHEETING, extra heavy quality, free from dressing, 81 inches on sale per yard SHEETS, ready to use, large size, fine quality cotton, on sale each PILLOW CASES, made up from good strong English cotton per pair.................. QUILTS, extra large honeycomb stylo, white only, on sale, each........... QUILTS, medium sized white honey, camb, cr. uate 1 AA each............-.. Sent to AH Ou'-of-Town May White Sale of Yard Goods 1 AA 1 AA ltwv WHITE CAMBRIC, strong bleached cotton, extra value at 12 on sale, 10 yards for WHITE LONGCLOTH, full yard wide, fine even thread, on sale at 8 yards for WHITE MEDAPOLAM, fineat quality, a cotton suitable for most any UBQ, on sale 7 yds. for TWILL NIGHTGOWN CLOTH, for boys'. and men's night- gowns, 36-tn. heavy, strong twill cotton, on sale