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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1017 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN I RYLANDS 'CO. THE BUSY STORK T Some Real Clever' Silk and Helmir Coats Just In in time for the holiday, and the last word in style and materials are these half-dozen New York Novelty Coats. The colors are Kelly and Apple Green, Bronze, and Geranium, wide collars, faring skirls, belts and baggy pockets, with rows and TOWsofslUchings. SEE THEM TOMORROW. If It Rains on the Holiday Wear a Balmacan Raincoat HAVE PLACED'into stock this morning about 25 Ijrnnd new Ladies' 'leveed Knin Coals matlc up into half a dox.cn smart styles. Ilaglnn sleeves in tho popular Bnlrnac- can stylo or bolted styles Avitli regular sleeves. The colors arc light and mid-grey and light Ian or brown mixtures in tweeds. All sizes to 42. Also plain craveneUc liloihs, from TKree Specials in Whitewear Odd Lines la Clear up at Greatly Reduced Prices. Lot No. 1- Lot No. 2- Lot No, 3- -COMET "COVERS. HIQHT. In slip orer and but- pdd llntSiind JIHer-. totl ,rollt MinLly. Medium ITlniil __.. 11. ___. ___'- IOM4. AbOUl tiro dozen'la the tat. ,356 to'65c only. All real good1 materials. Priced from PT11'- erA-Titli torchon lace RcEilUr. sizes only. Open or .cloied styles 35cto S5c famous Radium ilk Hosiery nil h our lilrd Inl nl these (rearing perfect lilting Silk we guarantee lo lie the be5l sll'x EtqcliinE In the Irade. AH'qualltles In stoclf In regular sizes aud outslzea In both llile and.silk In white, bluk, sand, 1'alm Ucach, ercjs, etc. _ f. Queen Quality Gloves: A EllX gloTe, made In Cantda-, In black or with plain or fancy Sizes 6 to 8, and-ex- tra value nt BMses We will :havc .for' ypur-'ln- apectlon" tpmOrrow" aliout 50 crisp new Voile Walsls.-In all sizes up to will he on ealc v f V ''A i natter wkat yov idea of a :i, you i.can 'film' it in. this, the -biggest stock of liigh grada .Amerktn and Canadian nado Cornels. gllnipfle ftt tho enormous atock we carry will coh- 7-rlnce you this slorfc enters to the.Urgeit corsW in ih'e NEMO, WARNER'S RUST DIVA, p. c. ami D.V A.' Coiyefs (o to -Cnrtni to the'CorsetShop'oftheCity Offers You r MILADI s PHONE 1224- Mr. unj MFB. S. II. MiU-hell ne-ie wcck-euJ vibilurs Calgary. Mrs. W. D. L. Hard IP left today to ala-nd Iho iQuelcal festival at Ed LU on- ion. G. Rlickley has returned to Of- den ConvalescciH Homo, Calgary, for furlljor i rf'itmeQt. r Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Ijffcrty led yea- erilaj' to aUcyiO Ilia muslcral JestLval t Edmouton. I'te. Holmes Jowctt, whose lioine la D Aberdeen elrcci. IE expected this vcnlog hy bis Hat 'owa. Mr. J. ]J. Wllklc lias gone to Caleary o uiccl Ills tallicr. llcv. Dr. Jolin Wll do. for 37 years a i'rcsLylcrlan mis lonary In India, wlio Is returning Lo 'or on to for an Mrs. Harry Graham, ol Minneapolis, who has been visiting Mrs. II. Homer jay, leaves tonight for Lethbrldge Lo 'Isit her father anil motncr route Herald.' Mrs. H. Jcnka and daughter, iave been Epeadhig a days with Mra. H. arc tonight Tor tliclr home In Seattle, accompan- ied by Misses Diary of Albany, III. The Women's Patriotic league of foKugen, Germany. is making a collection of women's hair from which lo Heave belling foi use in munition worts. Shorter hair will be UECd to mako fell for military pur- Mr. and Mrs.- Norman T. Maclcod announce the engagement of their (lanchlcr "Muriel Margaret, lo Mr. T. H. Me Greatly. son of Mrs. A. E. McCrcady, of Bowmanvillc, Ont. The marriage will lake place early In July. Prizes for the essay comncllMon held recently hy (he Sir Alexander Gait Chapter., I.O.D.E., will be presented, tomorrow. Empire Day, at 3 Central Echool by the regent, Mrs. J. N. Hilchle. Rev. (.'anon McMillan will speak and llicrc will IKJ a short musical program. The pupils, in grades seven and eight and the High Mra. K. W. Dowuer Icfi yesterday lu allcud the tVMlval in Kduion- :on. school. In which the' competition lield, will be present In addition to members of the chapter and friends UB ir. A. H. Sears accountant of the Dank ol Moolrc-al ai Medicine Hal will succeed -Mr. F. K. >1sher formerly of this city who ims leen moved lo Tweed. OnL. as manager of Ilic branch at No rib D. Campbell. 13C ITtlt Mror-t norlli, entertained yesterday afternoon at a children's parly tn honor of Her son. Charlie's, AIlli blriliday. KlRliieen little Irtends were present. Miss Net- tle Campbell served the tea and ice cream. t Dr. Detwllcr will give the lael of ier series of lectures under (he aus- ot Ihe Mathesis club on "The nofly Wonderful" tomorrow at 4.30 at her office In the Sherlock Llock. This Icclure will Le on "The Nervous Sys- i oext annual meeting of the general council of the Women's Mis- sionary society of the f'resbylcrlan church will be held In Alberta, 1ml whether al Calgary or Edmonion will be settled at a laier date. Mrs. C.'Stcclc of Dundas, Ont. haa Leon elected president and Mrs. J. C. Sharp ol Moii i real. Vice-president. The ladies of Patrick's church were in charge of Keillfa store on Sat nrday receiving a percentage from the liotiie cooking was also solr] anil i afternoon tea served. They doslre to I thank Mr. Keith-Tor the use of liis store, also the Lcthbrlclge Herald tor those who assist- ed :it their sale. The proceeds of the tea have been given lo the Red Cross. 'j Navy Department Is Now Inves- of Big Type Portland, Maine, May Reports current since the war was declared [bat a Gemari submarine wta, 'In New Kngland -waters 'were given of- plclil recognition wheci ll was stated by a naval officer thAt new lad been received and that an Inves- tigation was under way. It was re- ported to the naval ataJlori liere that submarine ivls seen running away off MachlaE at C o'clock last night, j This TTJS forwarded lo Boston and New' York Lul not made pdtlic- Thls morning three lobster fishermen told of having sighted the submarine, and when their rtuorls were carried by newspapermen to Iho naval officer referred to above he ad mil led IICV'DE received similar reports and said Ihey were being acted on. The supposed submarine, .winch The Lethbrldge branch of the Great War Association are in favor of conscription. At a meeting held last, night, Ihey voiced tlielr pleasure at tbe announcenient of Premier Bor- de'ny and sent the following telegram lo him: The.members of the Lethbridgc Branch or this association wish to fen tor their appreciation of conscrip- tion'measures taken and heartily en- dorse same. (Signed) Great War Veterans Association. The trades and labor council at the to be about 200 feet long was meeting, last night look aclldn to fall Ightert by two fishermen south of in-line wtlh the attitude of the Domin- Llsht, O.lD o clock Ihis morn: lradeg on conscription. Ing. She was A mile Rnd n half dis- tant but, fishermen were aurc of the character or the stranger. As they were watching lier, the engine oT the third motor boat back-fired, and in- stantly the submarine Hubmerged, The fishermen had no more .Mjan, reached shore when the third man arrived with the report thai ho had seen the. craft a; little later. The poBftlon seen-.oy HID -riahermcri would fit In with her, robable position IF she In her westerly course after being algKl-] !d off Cross Island last, night. seen by two members of the coast guard who watched her. tor in wlien II PRSECI! a resolution declaring Premier Harden had broken his nrom- se.lo consult the labor Tore passing con lowing telegram was sent to Premier Borden. A. Buclianan, M. P., anil Draper, president of the Domin- Trades ntid strongly tcs'enls that Sir' Robert BordoM.'hRE liegleclccl to fuKIl his promise lo the Dominion Trades Congress "in regard promised lo consult them "A.' K. FILMER, secretary." The Loyal Order of Mooio .Vo. 732 helil their annual memorial 'and church ncrvlcos on Sunday rrtornlng, when a goodly number of beri Mseniblcil at -Modsc 'IlaHjtlfiO a.m. lo pay respect lo Ihclr dcqiar brelhren by.dkoraltng tho clurter In. memory.! ot fiinOD In the war. After the aolcmn scrvlcca wepe c cludeil, the members mnrcheti-lo the Salvation Arm? Citadel end in Impreaalvc acrmon rtcnched hy the Hcv. Hro. Marill ol Coallilirit, chap- lain cf Ihc order, assisted hy the Citadel officers. District Dapntr. .Hro. Cole, li.. ptcted.te'be.In.iHo city (onlilifr; Ihe fc'e'iilar whe'iiV a; rtrie, clBia.i'lll be.p'resjnt for e labor congress hc- gcriptlon. The tol- ion Trades Congress: "Resolved, llist Ihe Ltthbriclgc Montrcal, Jlay nellllon was ol the city-hall this morn- j tho cllj- council lo protest 16 the government at Ottawa flgnlnsl potlltiB cnnscrlpUoii'iji force vrllhouL a fefercndurt to the of thn petition flro bclrfg'widely circulated Ibc clly. TESTING LIQUOR ACT. ..JQR. Saek., May -writ was Issued on the snpreme .court today, agiltat-jhc attorney-general, reprfis- entAdvp of Iho ment asklng'thoi.coiirt'fo declare" INC act nhtlcr which luiuorg in 'Ihc'ji Kiiton-ofilhe Gold Seal, werp.seized lo bp iiHra vlrea. The Hudson's Bay company IB trying lo achieve the fame resiill by Lhe mclhotl o( asking Iho rojifi 'fpif en Injunction to .prevent MugiaLnite Heffcrman from proModinj'irljifr NIC hearing of t The RiiJsh o( Sir Charles' Brooke, at (Mrencenlcr, Enf He Wta SS old. tho CUM broiightSifodJIco' cou the compffttf.1! i FILED, Sew ol1 iha late Joseph nlecf todny dlapoaos of an eatkle esttniMcd .a About moat of which eoea lOtUlln PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS WEDNESDAY SELLING Store remains open till 10 o'clock un Wednesday night The Hudson's Bay Co. "Seal of Quaii- Week A Bread Baking Contest WILL BE HELD IN CONNECTION THE ABOVE SALE FOR THE HUDSON BAY CO WILL AWARD IN CASH PRIZES FOR THE BEST LOAP OF BREAD MADE FROM SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR. For the IJftst Louf..................... in Be Given I'm- the Second Best in Hold Will Ue Given For (he Third Best Loui'......-.........iji.1.00 in Gold Will Be Given _____s____THE CONTEST RULES_________ All customers purchasing a 49 Ib. sack or over cf Sp.il of Quality Flour will receive a coupon entitling them to enter contest. Then bake a loaf made from Seal of Quality Flour and send ll to the Hudson Bay Store on Mon- day, May 28th. Coupons arc all numbered and must be at- tached lo loaf of bread entered in contest. No competitor will be awarded more -than one prize. Competent Judges will award prizes. Weight of loaf to be not less than Ibs. Store Closed all day on Thursday, Victoria Day Wednesday's Bargain List from Dry Goods Section 50 ONLY, SKIRT LENGTHS. In SporL AVash- goods. All arc different and individual styles. Specially adapted for this season's wear, n Regular up Wcdn'day special only AWNING STRIPE SUITINGS. 1S5 yards. Colors of blue, hello, black, stripes with also com- bination can'dy sirlpcs. AH in awning effects, 3G Inches to Jtf 'inches. priced for nn Wednesday selling, per yard NEW BASKET WEAVES. For afcfrU. middles ami suits in largo plaid effects. Very new and for our Hi-st "allowing- Specially priced IOC Yard................................... U COLORED SILK BOOT HOSE AVIlh long lisle gBrler' tops -and -spliceil lisle soles. Special for Wednesday. 3f'c. Colors, sky, nlnli, brown, battleship grey, white or black. Oft Regular HAND BAGS. English Patent Leather. Lined throughout with Paisley Chintz, with attached pur'seBV Brass Itcgular value. QQ Iliad. SpeVlally priced (or Wednesday RE JANE; PEROXIDE CREAM. For chopped hands or .rough skin. An excellent cream after shaving. priced for OC Wednesday LiOC. l The same as above. r A Large DUC Ladies' Wear Specials for Wednesday SILK AND VOILE WAISTS, HeautlLully trimmed, also hemstitched. All sizes. il0gulcir Very special.............. OUR SPECIAL CORSET. D. ft A. make. Finest coutll, 6 hose supporters. Worth 53.00. JA All sizes. Special...................... LAW CHILDREN'S ROMPERS. Made of prints. 'Good Sizes G months lo 2 years. JQ colors. Special ............J.........'.'. C CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS. Many different styles pnd sizes tor boys and girls. Prices f up from D J C LADIES' RAIN COATS. In a variety of tvocil styles. Fine range to select from. _ Q nn .Priced up from tftUl) The Sir Alexander Gall Chap- ter of tlic Eni- will have charge of our Tea Kooni Wednesday afternoon. Boot Specials for Wed-1 nesday MEN'S WORK BOOTS. Sewn and pegged soles. Ali jiitings and lasts. Sizes 6 lo 11 Including Pros- MEN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S RUBBERS. All. sizes and also men's rubber boo IP, black or" red sole. All sizes In slock. ItlDIXE The only guaranteed cleaner for while hid gloves or white kid hoots. Makes them like new. Pottle 35c and JVC GLAZED KID CREAM Will clean and polish any color of kid shoes, A splendid crcoia for patent leather as MA preservative from cracking. Priced, boltle 4UC Men's Spring Require- ments MEN'S-UMBRELLAS. Made in a reryfllne quil- iiy. All Urllish make. Regular n pn Special................................ i.DU Regular JZ.50. -f ftp Special 1 BOY'S RAINCOATS. Sizes 2S lo 34. Reg- i 'ular t6.00. Special MEN'S SPRING CAPS. In velvets, wonltJB, tweeds and cravenettes. Special j AA Each MEN'S STRAW HATS. All sizes; Priced at S5c lo tt.W MEN'S PANAMA HATS. All sizes. 7 rft J5.00 Housefurnishings FLOOR OILCLOTH. 2 yards wide In end milling patterns. Splendid qmllfj. Special, per square yard The sarrie. Tcr lineal vard. AA U5C VVINUOW.SHADES'. 10 dozen onls-. green. hanil trimmed. X6x72 Inches. flttlhcs Complete. Kepilar 70c. Eslra rr- Special OOt REVERSIBLE SMYRNA HEARTH RUG8. Oriental and floral designs. Dark colors. Jtegular J3.75. Special, each CROOKS -.For naclclng butler or eggi. i Size with lid 3H ,2 Gallon Size with lid 51 Size with lid 4 Gallon Size with lid !f 5 Gallon >Sizc The "Bay" Grocery Depeirtment the Bargain; Centre; L packages Special 2 y.t-r. Crisco, Especially prcpartd for frying and shortening. 3 Ib. tin. Special, each 80c Grape Special per 13C Raiptxrry Vinegar. Spec- ial, per bcitle Mapl-VSyrup Mixture. Regular 65c. .Special per' Dalei. Spec- ial per package 15c LlCcltnoy and Snn- 5'i-nk'cs for 25c 'Sold Only Grocery j. Order of V Purity aAd Quaker Per package D6rnlnfon Corn Flakei Per package A 1UC Rilslns. per package 'Hudson's Bay Large cakes, 3 Ib. -1 Special per tin IOC Good Quality Rice. JXf[ MvC'! Red Cross Sour and PicKlei In QuarfSealera. Each Bjue Spec- lal ptr Heavy Pack TortialOM; Spec. Oolitn Applsj, SpttUI e4d frulL _ Beit Suiarv 20 Ib. iackl. Special lach ;