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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDC.E DAILY FRIDAY, MAY. 20, 1916 I MAY END SALE READY-TO-WEAR Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts Whitewear, Corsets and Aprons Select your requirements now, and if not prepared to take them we will hold until the first of the month ou payment of a small deposit. An opportunity yon cannot afford to miss. 10 Only Ladies' Tweed Suits, Each Look at this Suit bargain. Well made, tailored pure wool tweed mixtures, greys and bro-.ras. CosU are satin lined, skirts are quite full anil plain. Call early It you want one djr nn at this low price Sizes 34 to only. All High Grade Suits that.sold at 123.00 to ?27.00, now on ule at Bach Very fine quality serge, popllus, shep- herd's checks, and bengilinae. Verr noweet styles. Beet ISniags SIM! trimmings.-May end sale price 12 Only Ladies' Serge Suits Each only New tailored suits, made from pure wool serges in navy, green and brown. Satin lined coats, skins are plain, full styles. Suits we've been sellinn at J1S.OO, now tflO QA on sale at Sizes 34, 36, 3S and 40. White Corduroy Skirts New full styles in good washing vel- vet corduroy. Tins is a fine bargain. Only half a dozen at this special price Wash Skirts The Whole Coat Stock to be Cleared Out AT PRICES THAT WILL MOVE THEM QUICKLY. Women's New Spring Coats, that sold at now on sale Women's fine Serge and Novelty Tweed Coats, worth on sale Women's Covert Cloth and Serge Coats, worth on sale .at.........................., Little Girls' Coats in Serges and Corduroys, at prices from Look at the Prices for This Fine Whitewear Women's Muslin CORSET OC- COVERS Women's Mnsliu KNEE Women's' tqngcloth NIGHT- OC- GOWNS Women's' Cambric UNDER- A A SKIRTS (Women's PRINCESS SLIPS or each..............--- Women's Comnlnatura en WAIST 4 DRAWERS Girls' White' Longclotli, ..GOWNS-'..'............... t 3C Better of Whltvwear also at reduced Overall Aprons at 59c Very in medium and large sizes', -'.made from fast dye "prints, light or dark not buy the materlaJs at this price AYomeivs Serge Dresses Cheaper than you can make tHem at home Navy all wool fast dye serge es, neatly and well made, full skirt styles, sizes 34 to 40. Bale Price NAVY OR-BLACK SERGE DRESSES Trimmed with military braid. One of our-newest styles. Worth On Sale at Girls' Middies, each 50c. Pure white, with large collar, three- ijuarter sleeves, breast pocket. Siz- es from S to 16 years each 50c LITTLE BOYS' WASH SUITS AND ROMPERS. Mail j styles to choose from. Sizes 2 to f> years. Prices as low 50c "Pto Tl n I iJ 1 he ounpsonCo., Ltd. 18 Nursery Men Stands High in Agricultural School Class Conldale. May all of Coaldale took in tbe musical festival on Wednesday. It looked like all ex- odus as the train pulled In. One man walked four miles to the sta- tion in his Irrigation boots. Judging from appearances, it was not water he waded through, either. Talk a'boiit enthusiasm. II. F. A. day was duly observed last Sunday and there was a large at- tendance of farmers. It is always a good sign in a community when you see the producers or wealth recog- nizing in sash a hearty manner their Great Co-Operator. One prominent member is still convinced that the rain came BO opportunely because lie went to church. Another visit about seven or eight weeks after Oils would about right. The nursery reports good business this spring. No fewer than 18 of the old nursery hands are wearing khaki. Not a bad record for Coaldale. The late foreman, R. Gardiner, was mar- ried last week to Miss M..Xoung, an- other old resident of the district. Sis of the Gardiner brothers are now in uniform! Three in the old country and three in the Kilties. Not very many families can show a bet- ter record. Overheard in the store a few weeks ago- "Have you heard that Frank Suggitt has Joined the Kilties." "No, has and, after a few. moments meditation by a former wrestling op- ponent, "Weil. I'm sorry for the un- fortunate German that gets at this other end of his bayonet." The returns from the Olareaholm school of agriculture exams have come in and our student. Jim Mitchell stood first in his class. He now in the machine gun section of the 113th battalion. .Modern houses and well-laid out home yards are becoming more and more evident. F. G. Norton, Max Donaldson and John Davidson are setting the pace this year, and there are others preparing. The Hard-Time dance was a great success. Overalls and store _clpthes Action The Home of "Quality" Meats All Grown in Southern Alberta Delanys Limited Phone 452 I on .this Sabbath the position problems and opportunities of evenly mixed. Quits ai number of bethbridge friends were! with us. i Charlie .Mitchell shot a lylix last week in the nursery. It is not often thev are found so far out on the prairie. It was stalking a tame duck- when first seen. Hilling Co. reports hav- ing handled 200 cars of grain through their elevator here from last year's Oroiis are practically all in, with about the: same acreage as last year. To Be Taken Good Sermon on U. F. A. Sunday Nobleford, May Sunday was observed in this district as Far- mers' Day. Rev. W. C. Marsh preach- ed to a well-filled school house at Xewlands at three p.m., the subject being "The U. F. A. and Citizenship." At 4.30 p.m. another service was held at the Twelve-Mile Coulee school. and _______ the farmer should be considered In the light of his relations to national and also Imperial affairs. .After reading the minutes of the Calgary convention and the constitution cf the U. F. A., the thing that impressed him the most was that the U. P. A. stood for some- thing higher than'merely the growing of grain and raising of stock, that its aims were educational, civic, religious. I The farmers' lot seemed often to call [for and the U.F.A. was out for the rights of the farmers. Among these were the lights of homes of health, of better educational faclll- _ _ ties, of woman suffrage protec-1 bj, the very jnciement weather, and Friday. June 2nd, at 8.00 p.m. There is important business to be de- cided upon and a full attendance is desired. Consolidated School The matter of a consolidated school being pushed forward as speedily as possible. It is hoped that very soon a vote will be taken on the is- sue, and advantage will he taken of the expected visit of Inspector Hodg- son, to have the whole matter brought to definite action. Many of the residents of Nohlcfonl who had intended taking advantage of the holiday to attend the musical fes- tival at Lethbridge were disappointed lion, of an ideal social order. !u these connections many difficult problems had to be solved, hut the U.F.A1 is meeting 'them resolutely. He urged the farmers to accept the obligations of their citizenship, to unite in thought and action, and stated that the way to the ideal social order .for whlch the U.P.A. was striving was by the acceptance and application of tlie teachings of Jesus Christ. Christ had opened a door for the U.P.A.. the subjects, will be: Marsh. Mr. by Mrs. i Messrs. Buchan Marsh took as his text Rev. 3-R. I know thy works; behold I have set be- fore thee an open door and no man can shut it." Speaking of Empire Day, he said it was appropriate that chose to stay at home and meditate upon the blessing of rain to crops. It is remarkable how necessity develops philosophy in some people. The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Saundorson on Thursday afternoon if permits. Full particulars fifan'sportation will-'be announced at the services on Sunday. At the Noblefonl 'services on Sun- 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m.. "Fol- .At the evening be rendered by Another Red Cross parcel of over one hundred articles went forward to Calgary this week. A meeting of the Red Cross commit- tee will be held in the school house Mr, and Mrs. Smith of Calgary were week-end visitors with Mr. Mrs. Taeabcrry. Dr. w. J. Teasdall, a don, Ont., physician, ir leading Lon- dead. B.C. Vancouver, May warrant has been issued by the provincial police for the arrest of John T..Scott, whose office handled a crooked Hat of pros- pective pluggers in the by-election of Feb. 26, -when M. A. JIacdonald was elected to tbe legislature from Van- couver. Scott, who is a young man of about 30, came here from Alberta, where lie had been assistant organizer for the Liberals, ho claims. Me was placed in charge of the provincial Liberal association's office in Vancou- yer in November, 1915, and continued up to the time of the by-election and several weeks thereafter. Evidence was given ati inquiry recently Use more water and less flour, and get better M bread which connected Scott's office with the plugging. Scott's specialty was apparently the preparation of lists of dead men and absentees, on whose names Imported pluggers from Seattle could rote. Ten days ago Scott left Vancouver, and is now supposed to be In Seattle. The warrant against him Is laid under the elections act. Seattle he A peculiar 1 feature is that the Liberals are as anxious to get Scott back as are the .Conservatives.. The Liberals need his [evidence In the investigation to clear 'the skirts of men-in the party higher Invermere, :B. C.. May usu- al bi-weekly Saturday afternoon func- tion of the Invermere Golf and Coun- try Club was this week largely elab- orated and extended to give a fare- well to Mr. Irving Wedd, retiring man- ager of the Imperial Bank of Canada here, and his charming wife, and also to welcome in C. H. Harcourt, who has been appointed to. fill Mr. Wedd's position. The entertainment was held m the club house. It was a of much notice ann. comment to see the great improvements which had been made in the building since the [last tea. Instead of tne fete, taking i on modest proportions it was turned into a regular supper nnder the ar- rangements of the ladies'" committee of the club. First there was golf and after appetites had been sharpened an adjournment was made to the club house, where a .most sumptuous supper was partaken of by .the fifty odd guests who were present. After the supper golf playing" was again in order for a while .when the guests once more assembled and under the direction of the vice-president of the club a program of music and speech- es was concluded. Tile evening was brought to a close by an impromptu dance. Mr. Wedd leaves this week to as- sume the position of manager of .the Natal, B. C., branch.of the.hank..Dur- ing the period which Mr. Wedd has lived in Invermere he has been one of the most active members of the In- vennere Golf and Country Club. He was one of the founders, and up to the date of leaving Golds the position of club captain. Prior to coming here his banking career has taken him to thirteen of the other branches of the bank. He is, .in addition to ho'nr good sportsman, very keen in .the part which'he has laKen in-aii in-..- ters and organizations tending to the the community Jn which he lives. Wedd was here from Lethbridge, and shortly after brought Miss Dora Rogers .of that-city-here as his bride. {and so long as he stays in lean hardly be reached, t WILL FORCE HOLDERS TO SELL SECURITIES London, May Reginald McKen- na, chancellor of the exchequer, has given notice that on -Monday next he will move In the house of 'commons that an additional income tax of two shillings .In.'tlie pound ha charged on the. income from' (securities which treasury willing to The object of .this .to compel' to govef nmenl of American U. C. Legislature will allow diera at front to vote on prohibition curltleii hitherto wi'-hheljj by the ow and woman's I'll Do It- The do tiling's worth while is almost always limited to the fortunate combination of a well-balanced'mind and body. food, and right Hy- ing play an indispensable part in the program. Unfortunately the usual dietary consists of too many heavy, indi- gestible foods, 'often lacking' the mineral elements, phosphate.of pot- ash, etc., which are absolutely es- sential for physical well-feeing. Grape-Nuts (Made in is a food especially designed to correct these fanlts.of the .ary. Made of whole wheat and barley, it contains all the nutriment of'these grains, including the mineral salts stored by Nature in these cereals. Grape-Nuts combines -readily with, other food, and is a won- derful liolp in restoring and maintaining lienlthy balance of body, Imiin and nerves. Thousands have found the "Roncl to Wellyillc" by cutting out improper foods and using Grape-Nuts as a daily ration. -Beady to eat, nourishing, appetizing, economical. "ThereV a Reason" Canadian ViMtura Cereal Co., LtJf., Windsor, Ont. ;