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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta UriSDAY, MAY 25, lOlfi THE LETHDniDCK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE' he 'big concert In connection witll musical festival lust night was a success. Tho inassod clioirs i lliulr selections with power and tineas, and the other numbers wore rendered. The choir and anfi- e Kiuig tin! national anthem ut the of His Honor, Liout.Gu.vcr- Urott. The choir then rendered a Driiamiia and Tho Minstrel Sadovreld rendered his Bulecllon ata No. 1 Op. S, with great tod- Mr. Fleming and Miss Simm E their winning selection "In Our .t" and merited a Btorm of up- ise. Tlie school choruses captur- ;lic hearts or the in great e. Miss Waterman led (he.m. Tilt! 0 ciuartetU sanK their winning iher. The hoy violinist Jack Lyons fed with wonderful skill and re- 'ed a great ovation as dill Master Sregor with his solo Fiddle and I. j chorus Tramp O'er Moss and Fell, h Mrs. Layton in the obligate, was mdldly rendered. llr. Fleming g his' baritone selection Hodouin Song, and Miss Strong sang very lotly her soprano solo Who'll Tiny 1 Lavender. The closing chorus 1 Song of the Vikings, and O, Cau- Irs. .1. Nelson was the aceom- .ist tor the concert, and played jughout with unfailing skill. She one of the onlcia! accompanists her accompanying has been a fea- Claude Hughes led the massed rus, while R. T. Brynmer led the ssed church clioirs in their selec- l. 'he organ recital In Knox church terday afternoon by Mr. Chubb wns ened to by a packed house, and i a rare treat. Mr. Chubb is a bril- It organist and his performance 1 live long in the memory of those D were privileged to bear him. PHONE 1224 WHIST- DRIVE THE DAUGHTERS 4 MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL GIVE A JWHIST DRIVE ON Tuesday, May 30th AT 8.15 R.M, IN S.O.E.HALL PROCEEDS TO RED CROSS I .FUND. Miss Ncttlo Urch spent the holiday with her parents in Montana. Mr. Karl Wihnot of Calgary is spending a few days wltli relatives in the city. 4 Dr. Lillian D. Lauvcr of 'Minneap- the guest Mrs. and Mrs. Gco. Angus oC Victoria Park. T Miss B. Kenny and Miss Marian Mc- Cambly .spent the holiday in ClareH- holui. Tho many friends of -Mrs. A. Xevin will be pleased to learn that shu Is recovering from her recent operation. airs. Annabel and Mrs. Campbell of Barons, were visitors in tho city for tho musical festival. Lieut. J. Rose warn of the H25UI bat- talion at Ferule spent the holiday in the city with his uarentti. The presentation of prizes lo tlie winners of the I. O. D. E. essay com- petition will take place tomorrow at 3 o'clock in Wesley hall. Mrs. C. E. Biggs of Chester, Mont., and Mr. H. N. Cascaden of Joplln, Mont., have arrived In the city to spend the summer with their parents Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Caacaden. Surgeon-General G. Sterling flyer- son, Toronto, will be married in June to Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas Mann', only daughter of B. R. and Mrs. Thomas of Buffalo. a All members of the Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., are invited to the dance to be given 'by tho 61st bat- tery tomorrow night at 9 o'clock. The invitation came to the secretary and the members of the order are asked to accept this notice as the only in- timation. A pleasant evening was spent at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mc- Kinnon, 19th St. N., on Monday even- ing when the members of the choir of the First Baptist churcli met to say goodbye to Lieut. A. G. Virtue be- fore leaving with the 61st battery.'In the course of the evening, on behalf of the choir, .Miss Keith read an eulo- gistic address and Miss Mayberry pre- sented Mr. Virtue with a fountain pen ESPECIALLY FOR "Frult-a-tives" Now Known as Woman's Best Medicine the famous fruit medicine is particularly well siiitud for the me of women, bcciuise of its mild and gentle action mid its pluasant taste. Iii severe cases ot Constipation, fndi- gfstion, floating, Sick Headachest-Pain- In The Back, Neuralgia, or a General Kim-Down Const itttt is the only medicine needed to correct such troubles in id restore tlie sufferer to complete health. As a, tonic, "Fruit-a-tives" Is inva- luable to purify and enrich the blood and build up strength and vigor. 50c. a box, G for trial size 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tlYGS Limited, Ottawa. suitably engraved. .Mr. Virtue though completely taken by surprise, replied in his usual happy style, thanking the friends for the gift, but more so for the thoughtfulness that prompted it. A quiet wedding took place yester- day morning at ten o'clock at St. Patrick's church when Miss -Marie Alice Roy became the wife of Mr. Bernard Leahy. The nuptial mass was said by Father Van Tighen, of Taber. The bride's sister. Miss Kathleen Roy was the 'bridesmaid and the groom's nian was the bridegroom's brother, Mr.p atrick Leahy. Mr. and Mrs. Leahy left for a six weeks' trip to Portland, Seattle .and other coast cities. HAIRS QUICKLY VANISH AFTER THIS TREATMENT (Helps to Science has aided in simplifying the banishing of hairy growths from the face, according to a beauty ialist, the most effective treatment yet devised consists of applying a delatone paste to tlie hairy surtace for 2 or 3 minutes. The paste is made by mixing some water with a little powdered delatone. When this paste is removed and the skin washed every trace of hair Ifas vanished. Bo sure to j get real HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES for the ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIFE ORANGES, per doz. 25c, 30c, 35c 4 LEMONS, large size per doz............ APPLES, Fancy' Wine- sap, 4 Ibs. for Florida GRAPE FRUIT, large size, 2 for Florida GRAPE FRUIT, medium .size, 3 for RHUBARB per Ib............. TOMATOES, fancy Hot House, per Ib..... CUCUMBERS each 15c, '20c S, CELERY 2 Ibs. for PINEAPPLES, large size STRAWBERRIES, ASPARA- GUS, CHERRIES 4 HEAD LETTUCE al lowest Market Prices. RADISHES, 3 bunches for GREEN ONIONS, 2 bunches for CRANBERRIES, per Ib.......... 40c 25c 25c 25c 25c 5c 25c 25c 25c 25c lOc 5c 20c 22c 15c 15c 20c 85c MAPLE SYRUP, new season's finest quality East- ern Townships: This -syrup is guaranteed to be made direct from Maple Tree sap only- Pint Bottles, each (It. Bottles, each Quart Tins, each fiOc Tins, POW- 25c 25c 25c MAJESTIC CUSTARD DER, reg, 20c, on sale, 2 'tins LEMONS, large size per doz. 5 Ibs. for.......... FRITZ'S PURE JAM, 4 pails Strawberry; Raspberry and Blackcurrant, OA-. each OUC MUSHROOM CATSUP, 0. B., per bottlo NORWEGIAN CODFISH BALLS in Bouillon, 2 tins for GOODWILUE'S PRESERVED RASPBERRIES in OA glass, each OUC OSPREY HERRINGS in Tomato Sauce, 2 tins BLOATER PASTE, C. B., glass, each BLOATER PASTE, Morton's, tins TOMATO CATSUP; new process, per bottle DILL PICKLES, per Welch's GRAPE JUICE per bot. 10c, 25c, 50c LIME JUICE, Roses, OC per bottle.......... OOC PICKLES, -Ljbby's Chow Chow and Sweet Mixed, in bulk, per pint........ CUSTARD POWDER, Monke Glasst regular ZOc. p on sale.............. ItJC OLIVES, .pitted, per bottle----- ST. GEORGE'S WHITE BAIT, a New {Zealand table I7A_ delicacy, per tin I UC Van Camp's DEVILLED TUNA FISH, two tins for exquisite in flavor that Kerr's Special Tea is en- joying .a constant growing circle of discriminating users. Try" a pound with your next order. -Money refunded if not entirely satisfied per Ib........... 45c lOc 25c 5c 5c 15c 12c 15c SOc 40c Special Sale SWEET MEA- DOW- STANDARD PEAS, per tin JAM, Pure fruit and Apple, Strawberry and Rasp- jg berry, per pail frD C OLIVES, Sandwich and OA Salad, per bottle JVC SOAP, Royal Crown or Golden West, 3 packages for AMMONIA POWDER, reg. 15c, on sale, each TOILET SOAP, cakes for GOLD SOAP per' cake WHITE NAPTHA SOAP per cake FRENCH BEAN3, on sale CORN, PEAS BEANS' lier tin TOMATOES, large tins, heavy l-ack, each. CHILE CON CARNE, Vail Camp's, with Beans "I C per tin 13C SPAGHETTI, .Vail Camp's, Italian Style, C per tin IwC STANA CLARA STERILIZED PRUNES, in 5 Ib. tins each ROAST PORK AND DRESSING BOILED HAM, per Ib. OX TONGUE, sliced per Ib SALMON, Clover Leaf or Horseshoe, Is, each WILD BRAMBLE JELLY, Rob- .ertson's, special per jar Wethey't MARMALADE 4 Ib. pails, each SARDINES, Finest French, 5 oz. tins CAMP COFFEE, Patter- son's, each GEORGE WASHINGTON COF- FEE, 45c, 75c A TETLEY'S GOLDEN TIP TE'A, per Ib. MULTIPLIER ONION ..SETS, 2 Ibs. for LAWN GRASS SEED, per pkg., 25c and BROOMS, large, five strings DUSTBANE per tin SOc 40c 40c 60c 30c 70c 20c 25c CA_ OUC 35c 40c Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 1453. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants 313 Fifth Street South EXTRA SPECIALS THAT INVITE YOUR CLOSEST ATTENTION For FRIDAY SATURDAY Special Values in Men's Wear for Friday and Saturday MEN'S NAVY BLUE SERGE SUITS, the new spring r An styles., splendid cut. all sizes, rcg. 525.00, for---- 1 J.UU MEN'S SHIRTS, fiiu; washing finality, neat pin stripe, stiff cuffs, all sizes, 51.25, for Boots Shoes are Specially Priced 20 Pairs Only MEN'S K BOOTS, in black and tan, strong quality, a splendid working shoe, all solid leather, regular A ?G.50 for, per pair................................ LADIES' OXFORDS, in button and bluclior styles, black QQ and tan, reg. for, per pair................... MEN'S TAN BOOTS, button and.blucher styles, all sizes QQ regular 50.00, for, per pair..................... Ladies Ready-to-Wear at Bargain Prices HANDSOME LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, fine aateen underskirts with satin 1-rjf finish, In all colors, for Fri. only tj) 1. I J K1MONAS, in rose, pink, pale blue, Alice blue, mauve, ele., very daintily JQ trimmed, very .special.........v 1 NURSES' APRONS, fine quality white lin- en, full size, only each..................... 60c I LADIES' BEAUTIFUL NEW SILK WAISTS in the latest shades of maize and flesh pink, worth very special Week-end Specials in House Furnishings Manufacturer's sample ends oE fine qual- ity colored and SPOTTED VOILES and MUSLINS for dainty curtain hanging, 06.inches wide, reg. 4oc, special per. yard fa I C DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES, 36 in, wide, 2 yards long, with brackets and fittings complete, special Cftf each1 wvC BUNGALOW CURTAIN NETS, K inches wi.d.0, in white, ivory and ecru, Off _ very neat patterns, special a yd. DOOR MATS, made from fine duality Co- coa fibre, good sizes, PA prices..... 75c, S. Dry Goods are Specially Attractive, for Friday and Saturday 300 REMNANTS ot WASH GOODS, to 8 yds. in length, reg. 18c to 2oo a yd. clearing price Friday per 9c 20 Doz .HEMMED TABLE NAPKINS, fine satiu Damask, conventional spot design, with Roman key border, size A O C 19 in. x 19 in., per doz....... 30. .Yds. .NATURAL SHANTUNG SILK, 34 inches wide, real heavy weight, on sale Friday per yard Dressmaking Parlors: Newest styles in Ladies''Street or' Evening Dresses are our specialty, made up on the shortest notice. "Quality" Groceries for Friday and Saturday POTATO FLOUR, C. DEMONS, JQp PUFFED WHEAT, per packet lut C'OCOANUT, finest OC-shredded, per 11) STRAWBERRY JAM, or whole fruit, 1 Ib. jars tiOC MARMALADE, 'Grape- OA-fruit" 1 Ih. jars JUC JAM, all kinds, pure fruit "7A sugar only, 4 Ib. palls 1 JAM, all kinds, with 4C-apple, 4 Ib. pails MARMALADE, pure or- ange, 4 Ib. palls PRUNES, new fruit OP o ]D8 Cooking or RICE, -It Ib. Sack H. B. Co.'s Flour... D5c 1 Ib. Tin E'ggo Bak- ing Powder 25c Special week-end price ___ H. B. Co.'l Seal of Quality. No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat 24 Ib. .sack 95C-49 Ib. sack 98 Ib. sack Five 49 lb: sack 981b. sack.. GRAHAM FOUR 10 Ib. sack 40c 24 Ib. sack M 95c OATMEAL, JA QP 30 Ib. sack COCOA, Lowney's 1 Ib. packets on -3 for tj packets for _ PICKLES, "Maconnch- ies" per bottle bVC PICKLES, Sweet, Sour or or Chow, qt. sealers OvC CORN SYRUP, 1 g 2 Ib tins Brookfleld or Cards ton Creamery, 7 p 2 Ibs 1 FIGS, finest cooking op 2 Ibs tiJt PINEAPPLE, Libby's finest' Ontario OP per Ib 2 Ib. tins 1 special 11C SUNLIGHT SOAP, 11 bars MEAL, 9C CHEESE, "In-' -IP gersoll" per packet IOC SALMON OC_ tins GREENGAGES, special good, sound 4 Ibs PEACHES, Blackberries OP-and Pears, 2 tins O3C PINEAPPLE, Blackberries and Peaches, regular 35c, On-special per tin BACON, Swift's Premium OP sliced, per Ib. tJtJv HAM, Swifts premium, special per lb.; Cn., 11 bars ___ 1ft per tb IWC B. Co.'s TEA, a fine 1 An family blend, 3 Ibs. ij> 1 .UU COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s, a fine family blend, CROWN or GOLDEN WEST SOAP, 1 P 2 pkts. POWDERS, White GI6M, A 1 Ib. packets pure Gold Brand OP CAo per doz. 25c, 33c, 40c i MEAL, port or- O C -ange, 1 Ib. Jmrs 43C THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Fernie, May calendar says this is the 24th of May, but the sam- ple of weather being dealt-out to this locality would indicate that the wea- Ijier clerk thinks it is the 24th of Oc- to.biSM Inclement weather here at this sea- son of the year for fourteen years. Tho trial of the case against A. A. Johnson, charged with .criminal as- sault, 14-year-olS girl, which it the fall assizes with the result pt a failure to agree by the luryj'has been before the court here since'Monday and went to the jury at afternoon. A verdict of guilty returned. There were several witnesses on both sides of-the case, airtrom Cranbrook, where the alleged assault took place, and the searching cross examination to which the main witnesses were subjected, prolonged the case over the three days of the court, sessions. There are two rnnre similar cases to be tried from the same locality, and it seems that the court will last the full weSk. Dr. Bonnell, captain In rank, in the iflfth base hospital, stationed at Salo- niki, Greece, arrived home this morn- ing with Mrs. Bonnell and children from St. Johns, N.B., where the fam- ily hart been staying with relatives during the absence of the doctor at the front. Mrs. Bonnell came back to remain until close ot tho war, and the doctor is oil leave and will return to his station in a few days, many friends turned out in Their large numbers to welcome them back to their home. The 225th Battalion were out on parade and marched through the streets headed by the Fernie brass band. The day is being observed as a holiday, all business places being closed for the day. A dance was given by the sergeants' mess at the big rink Monday night which was well attended, and every- body enjoyed themselves. The roll of the Battalion has passed the 450 mark and outside points'are re- porting an increase in the rate of volunteering. Major Roaf left yester- day with 10 of his tunnelers and oth- ers are to follow in a few days. Capt. Norman of the Salvation Army left for Cranbrook at the same time the volunteers so that two' to- tally different detachments of sold- iers, representing the opposites of war and peace, took' the same train. The local detachment of the Salva- tionists were fiut In numbers to see their commander off. What the Press Agents Say AtStarland The inimitable Lasky productions are well represented in Puddtn'head Wilson, a dramatization, of Mark Twain'a book, produced at Starland for the last time tonight. This picture was seen by big crowds on the holi- day, and should be greated by packed houses again tonight. It ,is truly a splendid picture. At the Orpheum For tonight only at the Orpheum there will be four acts of unsurpassed vaudeville. Davis and Kitty, Versatile entertainers, open the -bill. They do pome fast juggling and close with a trombone and cornet selection. Le Fleur Vernon and Go. have an eccentric sketch, "The School of'Act- ing." The acting of the three mem- bers of the team Is good. Howe and Howe, burlesque mind readers, furnish lots of fun. The three old soldiers, veterans' of the civil war, have an entertainment that will please. At the Empress The big iociety feature, The Sphinx. will be repeated for the last time to- night at the Empress. Miss Shannon plays the role of the Sphinx and Her- bert Kelcoy the role of the middle- aged millionaire, whose son becomes Infatuated with the woman who has enmeshed his father. The story is an Intensely fascinating one. There will Klio appear Charlie Chaplin In By the Sea, a positive scream. B1D E 0 S E IE good ;