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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 20, TIII-; i.KTimnmr.K IIKIULD PAGE XINK KYLANDS CO......THE BUSY STOKE A 'Bakers' Dozen of Bargains for Tonight Tliirlct'11 of tlio Siiliinliiy night, hnrgains 11iivc ever offered. Tliese, together with ihe of specials advertised for today should crowd the store to (he doors tonight.. Shop early in (he evening'. x Bargain No. 1 Bargain No. 2 PONGEE SILK, 84 inohos wide, real good quality, to- Mif'lil only IKM- yard 39c 2 SILK "LISLE HOSE, no In garter top. white, tonight seams, black only, reg. o5c <10c 25c Bargain No. more than 5 yards to any one customer. Bargain No. 3 CHILD'S rib, j'ast black, 5 to while they last, to- night 2 pairs for Bargain No. 4 BATH TOWELS, odd lines of colored Turkish bath towels that sold up to 501 a iiair. Tonight a pair.......... 35c am No. 6 A dozen or so fine SERGE SUITS in navy and black, also several silk Poplin suits that sold for sizes Hi! to -10. Your Choice of these new suits for to- night only PONGEE SILK WAISTS, with low collar and long sleeves, pin tucked down front, sixe 3C to 42. Those waists just to hand this morning and on sale for tonight only Bargain No. 7 LADIES' VESTS, only 50 clearing at this price, so be early or you will miss them, 2 for '25c Bargain No. 8 PRINT. PRINT, a new lot of mill ends print wonh easily I5c a yard (M A A tonight 9 yds. for Bargain No. 9 HOUSE DRESSES, 110 use going to the trouble of making them. Less than cost of material, tonight Bargain No. 10 SHEETS, SHEETS, read; made, good size, heavy plain cotton, limited quan- tity, tonight eacl ly, tonight n lCh Supreme ('onrl. opens for May docket hyro on TuefulJiy moral UK ID o'clock wiih .Mr. Justice Jvcs pro- It is a civtl silting find a hirgo docket will IHJ heard. Of some 26 ras'ts oh tlio list him- in connec- tion wilh farmers' contracts for the sale of grain fall. Two iiitureMing damage CJIKOS are on the Hfjt, these lining Hal! vs C.P.U. for damages arising out of alleged wrongful dismissal, and Hall vs Fred Walker, former Hiiperintendunt of thy C'.KIL here, for damages for slander. Thoro is only one jury case on the docket. VB the J. I. Case company. The list is as follows: Wenbouriitt vs ,1. I. Case Co.; Taylor vs Vancou- ver-Prince Jlu per I Meat Market; Whiddinpton vs Commonwealth Trust. Co.; Wilton vs Rochester German Underwriters u! al; Wilton vs Occi- dental Insurance Co.; Billings and Co. VB DC Loss Lund; Cooper vs C. Olnon et al; Salherg Grain Co. vs J. T. :C. Owiiiam; Royal Bank vs A. Cnzicr let al; United Grain Producers vs IBavvden Farming Co.; United Grain Producers vs L'. C. Ludtke; Inter- national Harvester Co. va 11. D. Strong; McClenaghan vs II. P. Park- er; liaird and lioUerell vs Hugh Tay- lor; Baird and RoUcrell vs A. M. Berkley; Smith Murphy Co. vs G. iL Countryman; vs Hpeneer and Stoddard; Hall vs C.P.R.; Hall vs Fred Walker; Royal Hank vs C. E. Pnge; Royal Hank vs Alberta Land and Livestock Co.; International Har- vester Co. vs Yorgason; iiawlf Grain Co. vs T. W. Rosa; 8. T. GrJer vs J. I. Case et al; H. A. McKfllon ot al VB Gwillara and Royal Bank. The two cases in which Wilton is plaintiff arise out of the burning of the BurdetL hotel two years ago. Rich Yet Cleaa and Full of Aroma. a 109 -----Despondency -----The "Blues" Yours is a case for Wincarnix Depression is uot nnt.uml in a healthy body. It arises from a .state of km-cml vitality, a weak condition of the blood. It. is then you need the re- vitalising powers of nis. A few wineglassfulsof this wonderful tonic and blond iimker will fit-mi the thrill of life, health and optimism tingling tlirquyh your body. Don't remain "run clown" "out of sorls." Wincarnis ScJ-ses a four-fold pov.-er, it is a Tonic, Restorative, Blood Maker, Nerve Food, all combined in OIK? delicious, tife-givingr bcvenjte. Uegin to get well now, at t-ticc. You will feel Wincamis do ymi good from the first wineglass! ul. ASK YOUR DOCTOR GET IT AT YOUR DRUGGIST'S 0 Pints, SOc. Qaarlr, ADIAN ACEKT.; S. fi7 rortland St. Toronto, Out. Thu Art Needlework ciub with Mrs. .1. .Joiwa, St. S., Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dunlop are leav- ing ind-jy for Victoria, B, C. They have taken n cottage ut Cordova Beacli for tlio inontlis of .hme and Jiiiy. ering iiom an attack of typhoid fever Bargain No. 1 1 ALLOVER APRONS, made from a good quality of per- cale, well made, large size, tonight Bargain No. 12 CHIFFON LAWN, finest quality, full yard wide, reg- ular 30c 22c, for tonight only 15c Barg am 13 MEN'S SOCKS, black cotton at 2 pairs for MEN'S SHIRTS, sott cuH and de- tachable collar WHITE TWILL NIGHTGOWNS COMBINATIONS, white or na- tural Balbriggan, tonight 35c 95c 95c RYLANDS CO. Calgary, prevails i of the opening of the annual training camp for military district No. 13 at Sarcee reserve. Brig.-Geueral Cruik- shank and his staff will take up their quarters under canvas on Monday and the 137th Calgary battalion also go in" on that day, its advance party being now on the ground. I Battalions from all parts of the pro- vince will follow during the ensuing week. The military authorities esti- mate that the total number of troops under canvas here at any one time will vary from GOOD to SOOO. It was announced this morning that the district infantry school which has been conducted by Major DeKam in one of the city schools will also be moved to camp next week, and all candidates for lieutenant's certificates will for die summer be compelled to live in camp and to conform to regu- ilar military discipline throughout the 24 hours; -i CE JUST NOW Sale of Millinery All Next Week we are Offering 20 cent. Oil 4 Special Line of Trimmed Hats and Flowers The Hague, via London, May The Berlin correspondent of the Rot- inrdam Nieuwe Courant telegraphs I that a high German official stated that We have the Slazcng- er, Hard and Canada halls, price a (loss. TAPES, NETS, etc., at lowest prices. A full line ol' hasehall goods at special pric- es. Hail orders' are promptly filled. Slazenger's Doherty Racquet at.................. S10.00 Ward Wright Racquit Sears'Racquet Longwood Racquet Country Club Racquet ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE! tiEXT LETHBRIDGE HOT PHONE 1265 Mrs. 12. 0. Wallace- leaves on JIon- day for Calgary, where shi; will stay while her husband Capt. Wallace, is at Sarcee Camp. The Daughters and -.Maids of Eng- land are holding a whist drive in the j S. 0. E. l-lall on Tuesday, -May 30th, vj-heii part of the proceeds will be given to the Red Cross fund. Prince Kric of Denmark, will he the guest of ?.Iayor and Mrs. Hardie, to- morrow. It is to -be an informal visit and no special'entertainment has been arranged. Mr. and Mrs. E. Willie of "Castle- Pinchcr Station, announce the I i engagement of their daughter, .Miss J. fl i L. T. While to Mr. W. E. Read, of I' Forme, The wedding will take place a at the Methodist church, Pincher i Creek, on Wednesday, May 24th. k I Another military dance was held 3 j last night at the Knights Pythias M Hall when tile Corporals of the 113th Highlanders entertained their friends. Patriotic decorations of flags and bunting were much in evidence. Sup- tables. served downstairs at small Mrs. A. 11, Hicks, went east some months ago to undergo an oper- ation is now almost fully recovered and expects to return to -Lethhridge in a few weeks. At present she is vis- iting relatives in Toronto. Mr. E. N. Kiginbotham was pleas- antly surprised at his home last night when twenty friends came to wish him a happy hirthday and many more such anniversaries. Stories of Hie past ss blended from selected hill-grown teas, famed for their fine flavoury qualities. Imitated yet never equalled. Avoid caustic and acid prepara- tions that discolor and damage aluminum. Keep your utensils bright as new by using Medicine Hat, May decision (landed down by Mr. Justice HyiiU- man in the Supreme Court here will have far reaching afl'eet and is of de- cided interest to every owner of ImHdings in the province. It ia to the effect that if a building insured as an nimbi ted building; becomes unoccu- pied and remains so ten days, and irovidlng there is a clause re unoccu- iancy in the policy, as there is in all, the policy is and (teases mlesa the company 'is notified that the building is unoccupied and agree that the policy shall stand. In case of tire and the building Is destroyed and the company has not been given this notice the owner cannot collect lis insurance. Story of Case Charles Moran, of Redcliff. had a were exchanged by the guests, who J house destroyed by fire. He was Hv- 'were nearly all old-timers in the city. I Dainty refreshments were served be- fore the guests departed. MORE GOLD TO New York, May amounting to were received MORGAN CO. IS. Gold bars Millinery Co. MISS L. A. SCOTT, MGR. 514 4TH AVE., SOUTH. though it. is too early yet for neutrals by J. P. Morgan Co., agents of the to offer mediation, Sir Edward Grey's British government, from Ottawa to- unaggressive interview opens the. way J j to preiiminiiri' for peace j by the belligerent powers. He declared that Germany, like Sir j Edward Grey, does not wish Europe to he dominated by any one nation. Little Hope London, May Edward Grey's interview, in spite of all that has been said, gives little hope for immediate peace. He declared that Hie allies wore fighting for a free Europe, free from the constant rattling of the in the scabbard, free from sian militarism, and for the righting of the injustice done by the present war. He said the allies are not fight- ing tho German people, whom they wanted to be as free as other nation- alities. BERLIN, ONT., VOTES TO CHANGE ITS TEUTON NAME Berlin, May 6y a majority f Si.tiurciUzeiis of iJeriiu today de- ided name of the, city. 'ho vote. in. tlio referendum enjoined V the legislature an. exception: ly large one; number- of 'ballots st for tlio clmngo' being 15601 and iinst.1488. of lent be .afwpiuled to Itlc on :i city. GRAIN GOES WESTWARD Vancouver, May for the first time the machinery of the ,now Dominion government grain elevator here handled grain. Two cars of wheat wero unloaded and stored, and Vancouver, entered upon its career-as a grain handling port." years the standard remedy fnr kiri diseases. A liquid used o'xler- Instant relief from itch. Voui' i.-y Imck'if. tho first botUo dooa bring yon relief.' Ask also about Soap. IX inglnliuMinni Limited, Druggists, i Artvbrilaoine.ii I. 'CAR BURNED UP AnolHer! rather serious unto acci- dent happened on the St. Mary's hill, about nine miles from the cfty on Thursday when the car owned by Mr. T. Ilriichet, was bnrnacl. No one was injured but the car -.yas almost en- tirely destroyed. The king1 and queen entertain con- valescent soldiery a thousand at' a limo at Buckingham palace., .Usually ten is served in the royal mews nnd afterward thuvo, IB enterLaiuuioiit In the riding school, which bns been converted Into a theatre. Calgary, May and non- coms, of the 103rd regiment are re- ceiving appointments with the new 191st. battalion, C.E.F., being recruit- ed at 'Macteod under Lieut-Col. W. C. Hrynn. The latest .appointment made public, is that of Capt. B. Y. Jackson of A company, 103rd regiment. He will take command of one of the .com- panics of the 191st. Capt. P, Rqus- sey will take charge of A company after tho departure of Oapt. Jackson. More appointments to tlio staff of tlio 191st have been made and includ- ed in the list tro G. P. O. Fen wick, formerly deputy-attorney- general of the province of Alberta nnd Victor Bowea, chief clerk In passenger" department ot the C. P. H. in Calgary, The fight of Mayor Cluirch, of Tor- onto, against paying the provincial war tax has failed and Toronto must pay It. is the fourth consecutive importation from Canada this week, and makes a total of since the movement began, less than a- fortnight ago. Receipt of this gold has served to stabilize exchange be- tween Xew York and London. Lobster shippers in Nova Scotia are much injured by France prohib- iting the import. The trade will ue ruined if Britain does likewise. Man's ingenuity is- again revealed in ADAMS' GUM The former method' :of hand-wrapping in vogue for' thirty-five years has given place to special machine- which encloses .each separate stick in 'wax-paper and tinfoil. ..The outer package is a valuable coupon worth saving for '.Regimental or College Shield. You can get .'Tutti Frutti in any of five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS SHIP FOR RELIEF OF SHACKLE- TON WILL LEAVE IN AUGUST London, May for the re- lief of Lieut. Sir Ernest Shackletoii, who with a number of his men is ma- rooned in the Antarctic, were com- pleted today at a meeting of a com- mittee of the royal geographical so- ciety. The plans involve the depar- ture of a relief ship from London "by August. 1, for Weddell sea, by way of Buenos Ayres and the Falkland Islands. It is calculated that the voy- age from London to the Falkland Islands will require ninety days with another month to Weddell sea, which would thus be reached as the ice was breaking. ing in it when it was damaged by fire, He collected. part, ot" the insurance. The house was in such a condition that he could not live in ii. He failed to notify the North Empire Fire In surance Co. that the house was un- occupied. Later it. was completely destroyed and he brought suit to' col- lect the insurance. The judge held that the house being unoccupied and no notice being given caused the policy to cease to exist and the insurer was entitled to a rebate on his policy. Under this decision a person going away for two weeks' holiday stands to lose hiH insurance. Wide interest is evidenced here in the decision and it may be carried to the court of appeal. TO KEEP THE FACE FRESH, CLEAR, YOUTHFUL 'More important than the cosmetic; j of the complexion is .its physical care. To keep the face clean, youthful, there's nothing hotter than, j common mercolized wax. It absorbs i the soiled or faded -worn-out skin par- ticles. Cosmetics simply add unwhole- someuess to the complexion. That's the difference. By all means, acquire the mercolized wax habit. It's so easy to get an ounce of the wax at the druggist's, apply at night like cold cream and wash it off next morning. There's no detention indoors, the old skin coming :off so gradually no one suspects you're using anything. When In a week or two the alluringly youth- ful, roselike imtlerskin is Cully in won't want, or need, a make-up: complexion after that. U apparent that this process means..complete riddance of all cu- tnneeus blemishes, like freckles, pim- ples, blotches and blackheads. For obstinate wrinkles, a face bath made by dissolving an ounce of saxo- lito. in a 'half pint witch sur- passes massage cream and 'every- thing else for results. Advertise- ment. Louis Fleming, of Pouokar Alta., lost his farm buildings and six val- uable horses in a fire recently. THREE GREAT MEIS OF FRANCE SHRINK WOOLLENS LUX is a unique washing preparation that actually adda to the soft- ness of garments and prevents aH loosely woven fabrics from shrinking and hardening in the wash. It's the essence of pure soap in a new note of refinement to Wash-day. Won't Shrink BRITAIN WILL NOT RELAX BLOCKADE London, May to the German suggestion that Great Britain in response to the change in the Ger- man submarine campaign should mo- dify the food blockade, Lord Robert Cocil, minister of war trade, Inform- ed the Associated Press today there was not the remotest possibility that British economic pressure on the cen- tral powers would be relaxed. He said: "We maintain that tne blockade is fully legal under inter- i ational law. Its rep.risnl character merely incidental, called forth by German use of aubmarines, but the rigid enforcement of the blockade is merely an extension of our rights which we had not hitherto founM it" expedient .to use." LUX A meet his of tho three'most prominent men in the French Republic. 'Photo was made outside tho Ministry of Foreign Affairs and shows; left to right: General Booties, now Minister of War, and Gen. Joffre, Commander of the French forces, and Premier Briaml. Made In Canada by Layer pa Limited, Is good tea" ;