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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAY rim LKHinniDGE DAILY HRIUI.I> PAGE SEVEH PRICES FDR OUTER GUMS THIS Many Mated for quick at substantial for those who buy this week, Including some or trie newest and belt of the season In suits, coata, iklrtr, waists, etc. WE GIVE THE DETAILS BRIEFLY, THEY ARE WORTH SPECIALLY CAREFUL READING AND THE CONSTANT KEEPING IN MIND OF THE FACT THAT THEY ARE ONLY REPRESENTATIVE OF SCORES OF OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS THAT AWAIT YOU HERE THIS WEEK. I H 7C More Suits to Clear Out at Values Worth tip to ?25.00 Styles Uiat carried ow from prev- loui bul wonderfully cheap at (he. price. A [iw BMTW Ic nary and black; tvwda ID lljbl tod medium col- on and neat Lair Hu rtrlpw. Some 01- eellent itjle" la lot, "If one ol which Is woith double Ihe prtcs we ire asking. Another Sale of Re- markably cheap Coats About a dozen or more left. Worth to Puro wool serges and diagonal wore teds la iiavy, grey, etc., and a collection of pure wool lu Hgot ami medium colors. Styles arc mostly plain In 45 lo W Inch Very practical, service- able girmcnlB. Easily worth double the price we arc asking. PHONE iJr. and Mrs. F. Weeks. U-i bridge, ore a (cvr The G. A. will bold their regular MH. I1. M. Campbell aod daughter Jean bsve loft on a oittD'lcd visit lu Iho coast. Lady Allan, Montreal. Is doing meeting tonight In the O. O. K. I V. A. U. work lu one of the tevr hoa- SAVE to ON ALL NEWEST SUITS All W7.SO 8ulU on tele Ulli Jf QA All wioo "i'ulti on Sale week nn nn OQ flft week All All SulU on Site ol CA All W7.50 siiltt on thli week "7 C All SulU on Sale thlt week nr A1J All fU-00 SulU oh Mtk J1 ftA All 147.60 S'jltt on Sale- Ihlt week 1') AA SPECIAL SALE OF SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES 1 O 116.00 Bilk nrettei. Lirge >lm ilik Dreuel. New picked in rA nl it, OU 112.60 tcrp DraiiM. Large >lzel. 1 1 AA tlT.W Sirgei Drettea. itylti. -j r AA All Other Dr-ttaei at Similar. Reduction Great Sale of Waists at .bclutT Voiles wllh'lsTfe collar- walbls la black and vlilto UlloreU styles .anil Bilk waists In odd loir. Worth up to -l Jo tt.50. All KlUDK 1.10 One Week Bargain List 1.15 1.00 1.50 1.25 Of Extra Special Valuta In Seasonable Merchandise most In demand Mghl now. Paliley tllki. 36 luch. Special Waaii Sllkt. Plain and floral. 36 lads Crape de Ghent. All colors. Special Wain Silk Crepe. Maize, flesh, black and while 42 Inch Embroidery Cotton. Eitra Special pambrlc and Long Cloth. 36 inch. o Special IOC Qalatoal. colorB. OA OUC Wide Piquet. 40 Inches wide and narrow cord t Silk Uale Hose. Speclnl valiic. if Black anil while Chlldren'a Silk Lisle Hose. While, black, sty, Ladles' Union SulU. Special value. PA Hcgular sizes OUC Corset Sale, Per led IHtine. 1 AA NOTT models 1 Wlrfe Ribbon. Full range of shades, 5 to 6 Inches Silk Bool Hoae. Special value. All new colors CLARKE 612, 3rd South SAVE TO ON ALL NEWEST COATS All 113.50 Coats on Sale this week All 115.00 Coats on Safe this week 1 n All Coats on Sale this week 1 r pn at............................. 13.0U All 52fl.CC on Sale this week 1 n rn All ?2i.50 Coats on Sale this .week nn An All Coals on Sale this, week nn pn All 427.60 Coals on Sale thla week nf n'jv at...........I................... Z5.UO All Coats on Sale this week nrj An at.............................. 6I.UU All Coals on Sale this week n-t pn SELLING OF FINEST CREPE- De-Chene Georgette Waists Crape de Ghent WaistF. CopeniageTi. n rjr grey, flesh, maize, etc! Georgette Waists, In maize, lleah. sky. p nn elc. Spctlal 3.VU Georgette Walsti. Hejular JC.60 to values al.......... Crepe de Chene Waltts. Regular -J JC.OO to ?0.00 values at.....' "Ir Special Altracliye on Skirts Serges, Silks, Velours, TweeiJsXBlc., In splen- did variety of alilea'iand'coloHliSI AU at-'1 i VFH f hall All members mre asteJ (o be prt-3- cnt. Tha cari parlj which was to have been held tomorrow evening by lAKt Chapter. No. 7. O. E. S., has lioslponed lodeflnltely. Ths History ssid Ccrront Eicnts IJopartmcnt of the MatlicsU Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at three o'cock at Ibe home of Mra. Ales. Smith, 536 Slh Street. Mfasea Agnce anil Alma PcUetlcr and blessrs. Henry IxivasEeur and II. is, cf Plnchcr Creek, motored to Lethbrldge and spent yesterday' with MIES Sybil McMcckln. The Queea has given for S'. DuuDstan's hostel to Sir Arthur Penr- part of n sunt sent hy the Illinois state regent of tho Prince of Wales Chapter of the Daughters of tho Ilrlt- Craplre, Chicago. Nearly 1BO Oddfellows wore present, reprceentlng the three local lodges, tho Rciohah Order and tho Encamp- ment, with tho wives and porsonn] friends of lie members at the social KBlhcrlnB In OddCollowi' Hall on Unas rlmplcr. I. 0. D. E.. 'will day nlghl U> cDmmcmorale the 2Sln [take plncc nl Starlanc] lomorrow night E Lodge No. al S.20. There are slill a few tickets in London. II. S. Johnston o( Femto IB a lev.- days u-ilU her iikccs, Mrs. Alvln [tlploy and Mrs. H. H. Jloan. Senator am] Mrs. rie Veber or i.oth- Alta.. are occupying Mr. T. Ryan's residence, 1ST Osgoode street. Citizen. t Tho Major Jack Ilojs Chapter. I. O. D. E. T.-ih inrct tomorrow night at .30 tn the Hod Croud (or pew- Ing. The elevator u-lll be running. The Mission Band ot Knoi church hold a tra on Saturday after- noon iu Ilia Eihool room. The burs tallies. class served tea at small UCCOTLYEHK! Annual Meeting I'rior In Is I'ralEtd The most, successful year In. the Lls- :ory of Westminster Methodist CLurch has just cotuo Lo a close. Despite Iho fact of the loss of Iho church by fire, .be people have nobly responded to the support ot the church and hare BUT- any other previous year of their history. Toe circuit la competed of the ViesUnlDslpr appointment In the northern part of the clly and tho While's appointment seven, miles south cast' ot the city. The report In- loth appointment. Thn borahlp Is 1G3. During the year 13 marriages and 20 baptisms wers sol- cmmie4 and 9 burials a lie tided. In- cluding the WODUIIIS' Missionary Soc- iety, nearly 5500 raised for mis- sionary purposes, an Increase ot over above lasl year. The HE' Missionary Society raised .5 HO. toadies' Aid J325. Sunday School Ot this amount J5i) went to the support of a L'lilncBo missionary student la China. The grand total for the year, raised ,co. M. Coombs motored lo Lravlit lfor a11 purposes was or an In- ycstcrJuy to alteml the memorial scr- ersaao of S7GS over last year, which Is vice for N'orval Sorenson who recent-! Indicative of tha wave of prosperity sweeping over Southeca Al- i- ly died of wounds received at Vlmy' that Is llldgc. berU. K Thin Board Meeting the lut In drawing for Ins crochet'the pastorate of Rev. J. B. Francis, Tho camisole bring the Major Anniversary of Lethbrldgc 2, I. O. O. P.. One. notable feature wan the presence of LMTO of Lhe Charier MoinlicrB, Brothers IL Watson and Harrison. Tho evening's program commenced with the Ringing-of Iliy National An- them. Bro. Robert Nlven occupied Ihe en air a DC! made a few opening re- marks In hia usual cheery style. .Mrs. lo be disposed of and they may bo ob- tained from mpmhrrs of the chapter. 4 Tho sum of ?2 COO was realized from the lag day held Saturday In Calgary hi aid of firld comforts-for tha Cal- gary soldiers at tho froril. The sum is the largest which has hecn raised for Bomo time In the city and the worthi- G. H. Dlxon, Xoblc Grand of Dominion i ness of the cause evidently appealed Rcuckah Lodge, Xo. 41, spoke on be half of that branch of Lhc Order, llro. A. E. Dunlop pave a very eloquent and Interesting address which was earnest- ly listened lo and highly appreciated. Some vcrv (.'icolleot vocal and instru- mental music by Mr. and Mrs. E. K. LayLon, so'ngs by Mr. IL Kllner and a stump speech by Bro. A. Nlvcn, all OL wcro splendidly rendered, ad- ded to the pleasure ot an evening which will be long remembered by those present. During the evening re- fre'shmfinls served and a plcns- ant half hour spc-nt hy the members and (heir guests nore strongly than usual. A Winnipen nciiier of ,Weilncsday announced the marriage of Edvrard oni O'Neill ot I.elhuridEO lo MIsa Myrtle Tonnant of Winnipeg. Mr. O'N'clll belter known as "Irish" Is well known In this city and. Coutts. arid nt prescnl holrls a nnsltion at the ,C.P.Tt. Rtatlon. His many friends him happiness ant] prosperity In Ihelr married Syvtet Grass Adfocnte. I.O1TMAN The marriasc place on Maj Roland Frank Day. engineer who baa served tho church for the imt four years. This fact led many ot he members of the Hoard, lo express heir deep appreciation ot the work lhal liae been accomplished by tha pastor In the four year {.fern., Espec- ally in tho work among tlie men in ho "Men's and the children's vork which has received a large part of Ihe ministry of Mr. Francis. This mcfltlPi MB.S historic, owing to he fact thr.i. It was the last official loarJ nicollnu ol Westminster. Tha Joan] Iiavlnc prerlQusly decided to unite with the congregation of St, Andrews, under tho name ot' Tha United Church ol North Lelhhrldgc. This union has been In operation tor he last five months, tho congregation uorahlpplng together, but ninnlng the affairs of their rcspeclire churches separately. This union was definitely Ecttled Sunday evening. May filh and Jie flrdl union congregational meeting l lie held en Friday IS nt S p.m. H will be addressed hy Rov. Dr. PcrEuaon. Calgnry. RCT. Jno. Fawcetl c( Couldalc and Revs. Cobble- dlck and Burns of the City. A. musical program vrill be g.Ten and refresh- ments served. All the friends of tha former Westminster and SL Andrew's chnrchcB are heartily invited to ha in the Cburcbes Chrletian Wednesday at 8 p.m., LesLlmoDy meeting. At Pentecostal Minion Thurs- day, 8 p. wnltlnc upon God for the Baptism of Holy Ghosl.' welcomo In; all.- At SU at 8 p.m., IcacherE meeting In SI. Augustin's hall. al 4.15, Jnnlor W. A.; tt 7, communlcsnlE propaxtllon class. Thnrsdny, Aecenslon Day, cele brallon of holy cominuulon al 7 am_ 10.30; at S, evengjng and address-, at S.3H, (Kris'- Auxiliary In Hie parish hAll. Friday, al 8 p.m., InterceABlon terrke followed by choir pnct Next Sunday evening a memorial E rlcc will te lieM for eleven members of congregation who have been klllsd In action. At St. S p. in leacherd' TDcellnK. Wednesday at I p.m., Intercession service. Thurs- day, Ascension Dsy, celehiitlon ot holy communion a I 7.15 s-UL mday al 4.16, Junior W. A. At St. at 3.30 30 and 7.3o; In Ihe voslry-, al 8.30 Uacnere' meellng. Wednesday al 8 pjn., Inlercession serrlce. Thursday at 10 a.m., cele- of holy co'mmiiDion. Thurs- day at 3 p.m., irgmeh of the church sow at the Bed'Cross rooms. Salur- day al 2.30, Ihe J.unlor A. meelB. Al evening, Lhc subject, of. the nild-ifeek service will be l'The Kellglous Duty of Gar- dening. ladles ot tho church sew al Iho Red Cross roorns every Mbiiday Wednesday nt S adult Bible class, meeting ot tcaclierG and officers of the Sunday ichool al tho close. Thursday al S p.m., choir pracltce. At Weslmlnitir and SI.'Andrew's Tonlghl at' ,3, ChrlsllRn Endeavor meeting In tha eh'urch parlor; al 8 pptcla' mcellot oil the lldlea' aid cnm- mlUcv In the; Wednesday al 3 p.m., ladles' aid of SI. Andron's meet at the home-of Mn. Knui, iii 12lh slreet C. north.! .Wednesday at 8 p. m., pmyefp eer.vfce.. Thursday, 8 p.m., practice. Fri- day at 8 Mleeion Dand meet at the home of Mrs. Kergan, 17lh slreet nor'lh. Friday nlghl See the name C-R-E-X Avoid Imitatiohs r.. .u The ami C-R-E-X worm In the of ride binding fa the djstingukhing mark of the genuine CREX symbo) of CHBX value and nist on teeing it when you buy .-._ Cllni, dMHfol, eetntorMMe, oomnoa- brlfhten IMUTM economy CREX CARPET COMPANY 112 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK meellng In Ihe church f.the-United-Church of North Lelh- ridge-tb h'fe1 addressed by Itev. W. F. urntv Cobbledlck, Rev. ohn Fawcett-'of Coaldalc and Rev. T. FerEUBon of Calgary. Ti'cre will e.a.'muslcal program and refresh- ents Vlll be served. Latter Day I Z.SOMhe relief society meet at the hur'ch.T subject Genealogy and Liter- lure. At at S, regular ionlhly meeting of Ihe board of the' hurch al the home of Mr. George Seaman. Wednesday at g p.m., prayer mccling. Friday at 2.30' the ladles ot he ctliirch sew al too Red oomB. The tjnlcrlatnmcnt was brought lo n cloie about 11 o'clock by tho sing- performen the cercniony at: Wesloj E The Alberta AlclhodlBt conference meet In Calgary on May 30th, The slRttonlng commltleo meet'on May 2Slb. The >y delefatcs which tave been eleclcd from Lelhbrldge llslrlct lo attend are as follows: Wll- lam Weslcoll, Dr. Riven, Lloyd Shu; nnn, Cnalriale; John Tennant, Irod Sprlnss; E. R. Vlckery, Tabor; W. Qoldrlck, Foremoat: McKcnzlg'Welabi llarcns; K- Brown, Bnrditl. Alteraa- Ires, T. B. Henderson, Taker, and R. J. ForsUr, Ottawa, May Thomas Whlto has relumed from and New York with H keen apprecia- tion of Ihe.enthusiastic and .whole hearted manner In which the United Slates Is co-operating wllb the allies In all phases of the wnr, Sir Thomas, howercr, would make no stBlemenl BS lo Ihe detailed re- nults of Ihe conference] teyond'esylna; thai tho KlEht Hon. A. J. Balfour lifad of tho British mission, via highly satisfied wllh It. MELVIN JONE6' Toronto, >far The will of Sir Lymnn AleUln Jones, fs Inlo ptcnldcnl of Ihe Masscy Harria Co., li bellevca cnlered for probate, 11 disposes of an cslale valued a.1 nnd la dlrlded belween Jonn ind her daughter, T. Crnwfora Brown. Veterans At lend Service at Mres- Honor Memory; of Dead Comrades Yesterday, Molhera" Day, was gen- ii-ally observed throughout the cUy ,nd special cicnUoa .was.madc of Hie occasion In all the city churches. At Wesley church In the evening, he service took the i ,fp'na of a Dccora- ,ton Day Iffbich. Was Rliondcri y Ihe .'LelhhridEc irancb, O. W. V.- n body. tn 01- pla.nlne the moTemefil for a Decora. Ion Day in Cana'da, Rev. Mr. Cobble- dlck said: "For a Ions time our Un- ted. Slates cousins have commcmor whftt they call Decoration Day, when Uhousaudfli.flock-lo ths -battle- lelda and Iny wreaths on tho graves M. tributes to the. -men who laid down Inelr'Hvw tor their coiinlrj'- Tho peo- pla of Canada did not. wait until I lie ar la over, and although the battle- etdg where our brave dead He sleep- Ing are thousands of miles away over he irfeler, neveriheleBa we can, In memory, pay K tribute lo [ho so who lave Uld down their Mrcs for us, I hope that Decoration Day will become Her. Mr. .Cobbledlck also extended A warm bbya who have done Ibefr bfl aud returned lionie. He the G.'W. V: A. wai bound to be li potent fiictor in ilhe'jllEe of the clly, pro? I nee and Dominion when the war -tpTCr, and lie was euro thai those who return will acl widely 1n helping the dcatlnlea oLtbc Dominion. In his1 (aken from the text, "BeVftiou 'falihfal' unto death and I will give thcc a crown of he said Chrial thought tomb Ihlngs worlh dy- ing, for, among them being fidelity lo a iruat and tnc security of Iho aUte. HG declared t'nAl this fa a war, nnd the men who go tnlo H carry with thorn a clear conscience and come back with R deeper character. Over la Ihe trenches Iho boyo have-ndopled a hind ot dhlrUlceTes ChrLstfanlty, and 'only afraM that, when they come home, [lie church would not ba equal to tho Insk, won't have develop- ed the broad nplrlt which will make theni feel at home." "A hew rellglong character (3 being born by Ihla war. Ten yenre declared the BperierT world was talnr lost In malorlaUrini. Today, tha world (H J' Jlev Cobbledlck hoped that Decontfon Day TTpuId be one of Ihe would tcrcip alive the new splrll throughout the years when pftact uhnll hava Declared, It be nUted that DecxiiraUon Day has been an annual affair In aovoral clLlw In for a of our Stock of Pumps and Colonials BEGINNING TUESDAY MORNING We Tvill place nil sale the remainder of nui1 stock of ladies' pumps ami colonials'at Tliis lot consists of about 200 pairs of well assorted, seasonable summer foo.lwear. Made by (he lending piiini) and colnuial nianiifactur- crs ofthe United StiileS. You will, find soinethjiig among these, plense you us we have lliein in 'all kid, putcnt kid and with Louis heels and reced- in Iocs and turned soles. The most suitable for fine dress or dancing. We alwi have Ihe, wider and reccdiiig toes with military :aiuVLouis heels; Dull kid, patent kid and with Goodyear welted soles. These are meant for. slrcet wear and will be found (o give the utmost salisfaction. These are regularly to values. This low price idea is to chase out. every, pair. The Cut-Rate American Boot Shop Bcntley's Old Stand 110 Fifth Street S. ;