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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN F! R Bargain List ___ _ House Dresses, line percale, Junior Sunbeams 200 yard. 2 yard wide She.tlna; limit of 5 y.rd. to customer. Per yard Mr and I'nderwood arc a few days in Lalgarv. Mrs I) Simpson led this after- a. week's visit in Calgary Ladies' Lisle Fine Slimmer Vestsor. Liuiles' line Muslin Drawers 28c A Kid Qlovc bargain, son pliable tan Tonight' fir pair black: 89c Fancy Organdie Collars up to OOc for Organdie Collar Cuff Sets lor. Large Size White Turkish Towels for Still a small balance of the men's wear left that we are clearing tonight Merino ........-SSc 5 prs. Sooks 2 pra. Silk Ties, 3 fer ___75c Suspenders, like Proicient. ,3Sc Join (lie Big Crowd Tonight at Rylands Co. The Busy Store Aftci Hard Boiled o ur mouth moist and cool with STERLING GUM Coinj FRECEpACE Sun .and wind Brln, Out U.ly Spote. The Gait Chapter Imper-! ial Order Daughters of the l-.mmrr. wish to express their deep gratitude to tin- school children tor their snicn-. did donation of ior wool to be I used for socks ior the soldiers. 1 his amount, which means about 17.i pairs of socks, was collected in the uinct- c-nl rooms of the Public school, and was presented bv two small girls at the Patriotic exercises held vester- ilay afternoon in the auditorium oi the Central school. Whatever sacritice ibr children m-'ie to help swell this fund is re- paid by the fact that they arf doing their lUtlc part at home while our brave soldiers arc fighting and country. These donations have been earn- ed and saved at a real sacrifice irnert and saved at a real sacrifice bv the children. At Central scboo the nucleus of ihe fund was lormeil hv the exhibition cash prizes which were'received last week. The children decided to put their prizes to a char- itable use and commenced saving uv strav coppers and nickels for the same end. Central school raised Soil and Westminster JR. The money is to be used to buy wool for making ar- ticles of clothing for the soldiers. Miss Boles of Central was instrumen- tal to the success of the idea: Mrs. Uobinson, in receiving the do- nations, invited every child to write his or her name on a slip ol paper which would he inserted into the toes of the socks. "All ihis money will he put into said Mrs. Robinson. MAJESTIC ON May 28th Half of proceeds Belgian Baby .Milk Fund GRASSY LAKE 10 CELEBRATE 241 PolloTlnj Its custom for the past yens the town ol Grassy Lake will the of May with a. sood proxmnme a! sports, and something -wHl going on throuBhout tlio entire 1-alie royally celebrated Victoria Day In tie and the cel- Monday promises to be no Is being lined Rajmoiid. Alta, May Last nijht tUe oloetnE exercises of the Knight Academy were held in the auditorium institution, President readiness to be staged programme will be exoeptiM. up and In nmoothlj. fc carrfed eaf: 10.M a.m., Qtiildrwi's races .and t 3.30 i. BuiMelt .yt.'Grassy the How to Remove Baelly there's a chance, -Mils to W a remedy for freckles Eliarantee of a reliable deate. will not cost you a penny unlessi it removes the freckle.; .while H it does live' you a clear the ex- -T, .lorble ,trength-from. jnfl a few applications should ..bow Coil how easy it Is to rid yomself of Ihe homelv freckles and get a beau tiful complexion Rarels is more than one ounce needed to. the worst HP sure lo ask the d.ugglst for the double strength otbiw this is the prescription soli under guarantee of money Sack if it tails to remove rieckles sold by I n Hlglnbotlmm fe Co Umlted i., -uw Lake; 3.-15 B.m., Men's loot races; 4.00, Horse (farmefs' trot. and. running 4.45, JfVMtb.ll Former Pincher Creek Man Tas Robinson of Pmcher Creek has leooived confirmation thai bis brother John W Robinson lud fal Ion on the field of honor John was Tidl Imonn having resided at Pincher icek until years and tmoe his departure making numerous tilpa back to the old town He en listed'In Vancouver. Dance in es ot tiie Own: The in Oun? "-M jws- -W. ooairmin, foot- ball- A T IJltvfehoai Bas- ketball; O. W. H. E- bu.mil: S.'WattuB, N. M. Stalker I.George P. Porter, horae P." -W. O. Lyons. Row U coltfrrate Bow Isl-vnd citizens aio also pi soar ing an elaborate Broaramme of spoils and other ao.nMm.ntB In celebration of Victoria Day which open In of Victora ay w Ihe morning and ooatlnoe during the atle'rnoon; Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED BARRING LOSS BY HAIL and Itcd J II V.'ilKis- who is travelling reu- e'senlalive of the Imperial Life As-, .airancc company, is iu the citv for the week-end. _ _ U. V. llnssev nf Ihe eiistoin's-slaff, I who underwent an operation at the hospital is progressing lavorahly, and will soon he around again. t Tlli-re will hi' a specially patriotic service at SI. church to-, morrow morning at eleven o clock in coniincmui-aliiiii of Umpire see further notice on buckjiase. Dramatic Arl Depaltmeiil of .ihe Slathcsi, club will mf.-t with .Mrs. W. H. Kairiifld. nonunion bs- 'lerinicnlal Farm oil Tui-sdnv oi next ,-c-k instead of Monday. The nlfni- rrs irr iciim-slcd to meet at the of Mrs. A. Iwing at sharp where ailtos will he walling convey them t" farm. In case Ihe weather docs not permit ol this, the meeting will IIP held al the home if Mrs. .1. Iliginhotham, 1'Jth at o'clock. The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's'. I I'hnri'h. held tln-ir- lalent social on i Thursday and the-anair came on 'a greal success. About 73 ladies were j 'prespnl A splendid program of sonjs and recitations was "ivi'n hv the ies, and an iininirtani item of the j program Mas' the Ijringing in (if the; talent funds. These talents were giv-1 cu out live months ago and the ladles i by their various gifts, had been turn- r ing over the money until, when total-! Ipd up on the evening, the sum real- ixeii amounted lo over SIC. The serving of dainty refreshments and the singing oi the National Anthem brought the evening to a close. Dr. Frederick H. acting ex 1 ainiupr ui the associated hoard of Hie 'K.A.ll. and the the K.C.M., will ex- ia'mlne the pupils of II. t'. f. Salmon ,at his residence, -beginning Monday. j Dr. Shinn is a Iloctor of Music in the I'niversily of Durham, and a Fci- j low of the lioyal College oi Organ- 1 isis lie held tin' position of Profes- sor uf Harmony at thp Guildhall I School of Music and the Crystal Pal- ace School until Christmas, 19H, when the wiioie of the Palace was taken hy ihp admiralty for the ac- i commod'ation of the -Royal Naval Bri- gade. For many years Dr. Shinn has devoted considerable time to public lecturing and is also the am nor of several musical text-books, which are use hv the Roval College ot Mu- the Oiiilrthall School of Music and oilier schools and colleges. BEEORE THE HOLIDAY SPECIALS ON SALE TONIGHT, 7 TO 10 departments splendidly equipped to supply your ne.dt. Shop at the Bay tonight. ___________' Striking Values in Ladies' Sunshades, 79c of these feautiful Kancy Sunshades u. gojn sale to- ou 79c M FATHER The Pincher Creek Echo have received an tram a iirb scnter at Plneher Station to wh> we do not crtekrale lathers dai That'1! eaiy because father been to do hi. own be .oaan t celebrate only one day in the rear either.1 Thomas C. Romncy. B.A., iu the chair. On the ntaxe. which was beautifully decorated with flowers, school pen- nants and the national colors, were seated President B-.S. Allen and the Board of Education; President Rom- ney and faculty; Dr. .1. SI. Tan- ner, M.A.; W. A. Buchanan, M.P., and others. Se'ats of honor were provided for the three graduates, Miss Hazel Allen, Miss Verna Anderson and Elmer Spaokman. There was a splendid audience pre- sent, and the exercises were keenly followed. President Romney save the opening address, and recommended the olasi for graduation honors. ..President Allen followed in a happy mood, re- marking that he was proud that he had ha4 four his children graduate from churoh schools. He then pre- sented ihe iradlllles with their dip- lomas IB the midst of a thunder of ap- plause. The valedictory, address was de- livered by Elmer Spactman.-who made a very creditable effort. The feature of the evening, however, was the bril- liant baccalaureate sermon by Dr. Tan- ner, former head of the church scticol system. He eloquently pointed oul lo the graduales the many struggles hey'would encounter in life, and ex- lorted them lo meet these bnltles CAN YOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? We can place your risk with companies having ample money to insure prompt settlement, in the event if loss. Come in ana let us show you. Kales' to .IIB.I It. is likely that Sir Robert will shortly visit. Marie Tempest Here Monday The attraction ai me .Majestic Monday, May tM, will he Hiss Marie Tempest, the noted English comedi enne and .her own company from The Playhouse, London, in two of her greatest comedy successes, "The Mar- riage of Kitty" and "Nearly Mar ried." A leading support lo Mis; Tempest is Graham Browne, comedian of note as well as a pro diicer. Other names include Kate Sar Meantson, Herbert Uoss, Lilian Cav j anaiigh, llorton Cooper, John Alex j ander, Naiicy Power, Xonnan Lor ling, Ucne Temple, Norman A. Blumi John Morris and Thomas Shcridai ICHARLIE CHAPLAIN AND ROBERT 6DESO. fiare'ly, if over, have the citizens 0 Lethbfidge had the opportunity o seeing two such distinguished arliEl in their particular lines as tiie abov on one bill. Starland, afte much negotiating has manaEed t makt; fcr practically th It wo most-talked about features iu th moving picture world today, and wi 'RIME MINISTER TO present them at every perforuism. VISIT OLD.COUNTRY on .Mcuday and Tuesday. (lltawa Mav Journal says i 'Ohariie Chaplin, unrivalled aa a eol Ottawa, -iia.1 ._ ,Jorden I .._. need one Ladies' Underskirts of Silk Moire, TheseTadies' Tan Vici Oxfords, CONSTiPATIENTS Raul Men s Felt Hats, just Price ior tonight "Children's Oliver Twist Suits on Sale 85c Tllese popular Bummer Suiis tor the little folks. Come in Plain i31ue.and Plain Whils Chambray. also in neat s.nped ggg 'Ginghams. .'ESizes'S lo 4 _ before the Holiday per dozen' les. each per dozen. '20c mul Pureliasp'Vour Holiday Fruit here! >c JC >c Sheet Music on Display on Second Floor ''rill ami hear Hie newest selections "in Sheet Music. New scdeSs arriving .tonight .we are placing o sale 30. numbers of popular music at, per com The Hudson Bay Co. ardston Soldiers Pass Through City Sometime Sunday The I3ih C.M.R., which lias been raining at Cardsioii and Pincher Ireek will entrain by special train nd pass through Letiibridge at some our tomorrow, Joining ihe 3rd Suuad- on at Madeod, from -where they will roceed lo Calgary They will so lin- er canvas at ihe Sarcee concentre- Ion camp on Monday. is advance fatisue irarty. consist- ug of over a dozen men, .commanded ,v Lieut. Taylor, left Cardston Fnda; liorniug tor. Calgary to lireiiare for LETHBRIDGE DRUGGIST PLEASES CUSTOMERS 7 D lliginhotliam Co., Limited, reports customers greatly pleased with the QUICK action ol simple buckthorn bark, glycerins, etc., an mised In Adler-i-Ua. This simple rem- edy drains the oM tail matter from the bowels so THOROUGH ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ,ANA CASE or constipation, sour or gamy stomach. H is so powerful used siiccesslnlly in .ppendicitis, Wler-i-ka never and the IN- STANT action is tisement. ;.________________ tiie reception of the remainder of the squadron. __________ Mayor. Mitchell., of Neiv York, is holidaying at BanB. with willingness and appreciation. Tlielccal member, W. A. Buchanan, ..as accorded an ovation when -he arose to speak. He devoted his ad- dress to service, and Its call to the present generation. Mr. Buchanan gave a most trenchanl, vigorous anc beneficial speech, his messase being of priceless worth to those launching out Into life. Mr. Ituciianan also made timely reference to the Introduction of agriculture in the schools: Musical numbers were rendered by Instructor .Mitchell, Miss Xnlder and Miss Ursenbaeh, EVIDENCE OF GRAFT Winnipeg, Man., 51 ay -'1 today's session of the Royal Commission, im- portant evidence respecting payment oh- caissons was siveu by p. Gordon McTavish, the accountant In the pro- vincial architect's office. Tin's witness testified that V. W. 'Horwo'ofl to.d him j to emit all details on Ihe counterfoils when making out work McTavish used to make out many of ihe arehltect's cerlificat.es. and submit them to Horwood for the signature. it must be remembered .lhat the- bowels should move freely once a day to ensure perfect health. When such is. not Ihe case the poisonous waste material is absorbed into the system, thus producing a self blood poisoning. The causes of Constipalion are many and varied. Among the more common may be mentioned poor stomach di- aesMoii, a delicicncy of bile in the intestines, a lack of secretion in the bowels, and a want, of the. natural muscular contraction of the intestines from above downward. Alibry's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and stimulates and'rcstorcs the stomach digestion, increases the flow of bile inlo the intestine, causes a Bow from the in- testinal glands, anil restores the na- tural downward action of the intes- tines, rendering it. easy to secure .a free action of the bowels, which is one of the most important requisites lo heahh. 5old by j D Hlglnbothim A Ce., Llmite" edian, will be seen in "The Champion I a two-reel Elssaiipv absurdity. "H New Job" was good; "His Night Ou iwas bettor, but "The Champion" e 1 eels them all, and everybody knoi what lhat means iu the way of n laugh- ing Ireal. I Koberl Edeson will be seen m the latest, "Mutual Master photo-play, en- I titled "On. Hie .Night a five- Miari western drama, with strong dramatic features, as well as ot a nature nev- e.r before shown, on a moving picture i screen. i A special holiday maliuee will us 'given on Holiday, and five cenls WiJ enable all the younger folks to enjoy Ihe comedy treat of the season, be- i sides gelling coupons for cue hundred voles with every ticket and 'as Hie lime is'drawing nearer for the presentation of the Shtelaiid pony, the opportunity should not be missed. Sunlight Soap Bow Island Teacher Dead News has .been received in the city this mornin? of the death of Miss IMcClaren, primary teacher ot the 'BOW "Island school. Miss McClaren had been sick only a week, and her death -last night came as a great shock. She is well known in. the, citv The funeral arrangements are not yet. completed, announcement of which will .he made, at a laler date cuts Monday's labor clean in half. The Sunlight way is so easy -just note. First you soap the garment; then roll it up to soak. After a while you rinse it thoroughly and the dirt drops out like magic. Why scrub, and rub, and wear and tear the clothes, when the gentle strength of Sunlight Soap will do the work with never a hurt to fabric or hands. Try it thit Sunlight way. At all D R OS E ;