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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910 THE LETHBRIDCE DAflVV IIEHAi.1) PAGE VIVE I----------------------- Soaring Higher and Higher Dyes 300 per cent. Trimmings 150 Wool 200 per cent, per cent. Labor 25 per cent. Every man reads knows how rapidly prices arc rising in all that goes.into the making of a suit of clothes. You have still the opportunity to buy a "Fashion Craft" suit at a remarkable low price at our Monster Clothing Sale before It Is too late. The label in a Suit of Clothes is often the standard by which its imality is measured. The "Fashion lab'el in a man's suit means "Excellence" in every sense of the word. "Fashion Craft" Clothes YOU ABE PROTECTED BY A DOUBLE GUARANTEE, COVERING SUCH IMPORTANT THINGS AS STRICTLY ALL WOOL FABRICS; ALL SEAMS SILK-SEWN; THE FINEST QUALITY OF INSIDE MATERIALS: BEST TAILOR WORK- MEN IN CANADA: LARGEST VARIETY OF IMPORTED WEAVES AND PATTERNS AND STYLE THAT YOU KNOW IS RIGHT. Suits, Sale Price...... Suits, Sale Price...... Sttus, Sfile Price...... Suits, Sale Price...... "Fashion Craft" Blue and Black Serge Suits Guaranteed Pure Indigo Dye 135.00 Suits, Sale Price 130.00 Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price.......... 120.00 Suits, Sale Special Lot of Men's Tweed Business Suits Men's Fine Pants WITH BELT LOOPS AND FIVE POCKETS' 13.00 Pants, Sale Price.......... S3.50 Pants, Sale Pants, Sale Pants, Sale Pants, Sale Price........ Work Pants, Sale Price Men's Fine Negligee Shirts 95c A snap at 115.00, Sale Price lot Suits.. Sale Price 85c Gloves. Sale Price Ryi C CL C li. LJ i. H.OO Gloves. Sale Price Men S OOtt relt Mats Gloves. Sale Price In the Latest Styles and Colors Hits. Sale Price 13.00 Hats. Sale Hats. Sale Hats. Sale Shirts, Sale Price..... Shirts. Sale Price S2.00 .Shirts. Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Silk Shirts, Sale Price Silk Shirts, Sale Price Men's Working Gloves Wrist-Baud and Gauntlet Styles 11.75 Gloves., Sale Price Men's Half Hose Seamless, colors tan, black, and Marine 25c per pair. Sale Price, 3 pair for 35c per pair. Sale Price, per pair........... 25c 60c per pair. Sale Price, per pair.......... .00 Panama Hats. Sale Price -ll-OO per pair. Sale price, per pair......... .50 Panama Hats. Sale per pair. Sale Price, per pair Men's Panama Hats Men's Slip-on Overcoats IN DARK GREY AND LIGHT TWEED EFFECTS Slip-on Overcoats Sale Slip-on Overcoats SalePrlce Money Refunded if not Men'S J I WATERPROOF GUARANTEED Satisfied with Purchase I 117.50 Rain-coats Sale I Rain-coats Sale Price........ 110.50 Raincoats ________ Sale Price Men's Work Shoes 13.50 Work Shoes. Sale Price..........'.... 14.50 Worjc Shoes. Sale Price.............. 15.00 Work Shoes. Sale Price.................... Work Shoes, 12 inch tops. Sale Price Work Shoes, Elk leather. Sale Price Men's Fine Shoes Fine Shoes. Sale Fine Shoes. Sale Price............. Fine Shoes. Sale Price Men's Work Shirts Strongly re-inforced with double yoke seams, double stitched. Shirts. Sale Price.....'.'... 95C Shirts. Sale Price___... Price Men's Light Weight Underwear In combination or two-piece suits t'roin tho most reliable mills. and Combination or two-piece Suits, Sale Price................ Combination, or two-piece Suits. Sale Price.................. 95c Sti.OO Suits, silk and wool. Sale Price................. OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET LKEE1 OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET PEIM SUPPLY IS _ FASI London, May restric- tions in the uso of gasoline, espec- ially 'for pleasure cars, are forcasl- In "UK newspapers today. The of trada bus readied tlie con- clusion that the supply of petrol will not last through the summer at the present ratR of consumption. One remedy being considered is prohibition of tlie use of pleasure autos Saturdays and Sundays as well as rigid resiriuliojiH foi' iUoh1 use on other days. It is stated that tlie day-light saving law IIQB agRrava- ud the problem by the noticeable in- crease in tbe use of pleasure- cars during the extra hour of daylight. Tlie use of autos at nice meet- get nothing from the C'. P. H., nor ings is also the subject of investiga-; from the government, but if all band- tion, Walter Runcinian, president ofjed ttogether they would likely be the Board of Trade, counted 600 autos lieard. As for going to church, ho i at last Windsor racing meet. j felt they would all live longer and j have more influence if they did so. Miss Pickup of Cardston rendered a solo which was very pleasing. Site J was accompanied by her brother. 1 who was organist for the special ser- vice. After the solo Mr. .Jelliff was asked for a few words and began by reading Mr. Wood's message from the Grain Growers' Guide. He said many thinking men accorded Christ great Mrs. A. A. Murphy ia visiting her wisdom and that we could not go far mother, Mrs. K.'Roscoe tor a few days, [wrong in follow-in- the principles of Farming-is progressing_rapidly on Christ. We sometimes forgot thai we did not make the world ourselves. Haley, May success at- tended the efforts of those who planned special services for Haley on Sunday. At tliree o'clock ttie school house was filled with residents from the surrounding district, and the pastor, II. W. Stevinson, opened the service, lie then called upon Mr. Church for a few remarks, and Mr. Church told ilia origin of the Sunday for farmers. It had been railed by Mr. H. Wood, president of the I'. F. A., who felt that the influence of the church could benefit tbe far- mers. Mr. Walters was next asked to speak, and sounded the keynote of co-operation. One farmer could District News ST. KILDA NEWS St. Kiida, May P. Page made a trip to Lethbridge where he joined the 113th. the S. P. Palmer farm. Mr. PiUmer expects to be through'with his spring He spoke for social life in the corn- work in a week or ten days, umnfties, love for one's neighbors. J. Nelson was a visitor of Thos. politics. The time will come. M. Ramsay over Sunday. j he said, when we must lay aside the N. S. Dickinson made a trip to; binder and plough, and we should Coutts with his Kord car on )ive so that tin's time would have no Thos. M. ftamgay spent a days last week in Sweet Grass, Montana, where he was attending to business. BOUNDARY CREEK NEWS fear for us. He thought God must love the fanner when he had given him so much land. The church could help tbe farmer, could help to bring jus- tice. .Mr. Stevinson then gave the main address on "The Philosophy of Farm- ing." The fanner, he said, stood as PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY Boundary Creek. T.Tay Mowat of Cardston preached bis fare- well sermon last Sunday in the school lie leaves for England early next week. The canon lias endear- ed himself to all in this district and ills genial presence and eloquent dis- courses will long be remembered by everybody. Ah agitation is on foot again ive a semi-weekly mail service Cardston. At present the mail only of God-s grcat gm of tho gr0undi goes once a week.. j exacted some hard work, but A. P. Scott has cecn successful irtJ Eave auch aburidarit returns. The obtaining the contract to supply the j women on tlie farm liad Uielr im I reclamation camps in Montana with portant side of the the beef. [meals in time, and especially break- The mounted police are b.usy watch- fast Tne way Uie day was' ing the boundary line to prevent any had a great deal to vm the guc. aliens from crossing Into the States. ,.CBB of the work> JIr> stevinsou medium between us and God, since j has a task .of feeding the The church could help the farmer by giving him high thoughts to lift him from the material things around for him to j think about as lie rode up and down Butter Prices Down Again Finest Shamrock Oreamery, per Ib. 35c Finest Crown Cream- ery, 2 Ibs. for 65C Finest Empress Cream- cry, 2 Ibs. for....... 65c Choice fresh made Fann- er's dairy, per Ib. 3Qc Every pound guaranteed Seeding is just about finished and the acreage under crop promises to be about as large an Alfred Gales, Boundary Creek's lat- est recruit to the army, leaves Cor Medicine Hat Saturday to join his regiment, the popular 13th O.AI.H. mCM TWO-FIFTEEN Two-fifteen, May 3 num- ber of new members'joined'the young people's league last Wednesday night. The subject for debate xvas which is ,more useful to man, the horse or cow. Miss Vera Leffingwell, Miss apoke of the importance of their go- ing to cbur.oh, Those who- spoke against the church were speaking against themselves, since tbe church was the people, not the building. They were like the small .dog barkipg I at'himself in'tlie mirror. There were faults and failures in the church, but nothing better had yet been found to j put in its place. The service closed with fhe 'singing of "Work for the Night is Coming." Air. and Mrs. Mclntosh and. little daughters, 31 r. and Mrs. Stevinson and little son, the. Misses Pickup and Burns' Ideal Poultry Food 10 Ih. for RccoiTiinemled PoulV as a real egg pro- ducer. spoke for the negative. The subject j was well handled by the contestants {CROOKEDNESS IS CHARGED BY on both sides and considering their rn rmmpH UNION experience the young people deserve ANTIS TO CHURCH UNION tbe highest commendation for their excellent speechs. The meetings are open to all and any person over the age of 12 years may join. At the 'next meeting Toronto, May the meeting held here Tuesday of the committet for the preservation of the Presbyter ian church, which is the name tin anti-union party has taken, the charge _ Wednesday [was made that the mission and othe June 2, at 3 p.m. refreshments of sand-1 funds of the church had been illegally wiches, cake and ice cream will be land systematically milked by th served free. [leaders of the unionists to cover tli'_ U. P. A. Sunday waa'observed at the expenses for printing and otherwise Two-fifteen school i house, Rev. Robt. jof the unionist propaganda. Griffith of ,2-12 speaking very accept- j They say that the finance commit ably to those who. heard Jtim. Tlie U. tee of-the church did not sanction the P. A. has taken'the lead in many re-; percentage which is shown in the lasi i forms and it is to be expected book to have been diverted am I the farmers should take the lead in a that there was a hot time when the reform as to church attendance. matter came before the committee at Victoria day was celebrated Wed- j the assembly last year. But the com mittee could do nothing for the moiiej had been already spent, amounting to some thousands of dollars. The mat- ter 'will be taken up at the general assembly probably. nesday at the 2-15 school house. There was a baseball-game between 2-15 and Allersville. Bethel Ladies' Aid sold refreshments during-.the afternoon. Seeding is nearly completed under! ideal conditions and the farmers can j AFTER A MONTH confidently expect a good crop with i paris. May made by only moderate rainfall. military authorities of maps of the Felix Miller has purchased a new Verdun region shows that within tli last month German, gains on the west bank of the Meuse from Cumieres to Avocourt average a depth of 300 earned enjoyment with his new car. j metres. The line eastward from the Lew Brown has just finished a well river is substantially the "same as it for Tomfohr brothers. A gooO. flow of good water was- struck at about 50 feet. Mr. Brown is drilling for Dan Dary near Milk River'at present. jbhn Miller is drilling- for water on George Eber's homestead. Rev. McCracken will preach at the Two-Fifteen school house Sunday the 28th inst at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Ford car. Mr. Miller's place shows the result of hard work and good farming and we .wish him much well TABER NEWS (From the Times) B. Co. completed the pur- chase this morning of the herd of cattle owned by ,7. D. Fuller. There are'250 head in the This com- pany 'now have about 1800 head of cattle on their range. A petition is being circulated among the business men of the town requesting the town council to pass a by-law making Wednesday afternoon a hftlf-holiday during the period, May to September Ben Olson, who for the past tour years has been plant inspector in the government telephone service here, lias been transferred to Macleod, where he will hold the position of local manager for that district. Mr. Olson will be succeeded here by Mr. W. Wellington, formerly connected with the local exclmngu. Mr. Olson leaven to take up his new position this week. A Tasty Summer "Snack" for the warm days when the appetite craves "something different" for luncheon, for picnics or any kind of outdoor excur- sion is Triscuit, the Shred- ded Whole Wheat Wafer. It is made of the wholewheat steam-cooked, shredded and baked. Toast it in the oven to restore its crisphess and spread over it butter, soft cheese or marmalade. Its snappy, tasty aroma is a delight to the supply- ing the greatest amount of nutriment 'in smallest bulk. 'A deliciously wholesome toast. It is ready-cooked, easily carried, is strengthen- ing and satisfying. Made, in Canada. Our Sausage Department Burns' Tomato Sausage, perlb.'..........25c Burns' Cambridge Saus- age, perlb........25c Owing to the high stands arc! of these Sausage, or- ders are coming in from all over the South Coun-" trv for them. Pork'Tenderloins per Finest Jellied Ox Tongue perlb... 5Qc Finest Jellied Lamb's" Tongue, per Ib. 45c Try Burns' Peamealed .Windsor Backs, sliced per Ib. 3flc You can't heat this for Sunday morning's break- fast. Loolrfor the "Canada Approved" on all our Packing- House Products. P, Burns Co. Limited MAIN AVE. SOUTH. PHONES 412 1388 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. 4 6TH ST. S., PHONE PALACE PHONE 431 ST. N, ;