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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta T'HIDAY, MAY 20, 1016 THE LKTHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAC.E NINE CREAM Made from cream of fartar derived from grapes. Best for good food-and good health. ALUIY! Your Ice Cream Is Here Waiting for Von WHETHER you buy It by Use brick, pint, quart or gal- Inn, wo wilt gladly dtdlvef it to you. JuRt us year or- der nnd let us eend you around some of Purs, Wholnoiiift Delicious ICE CREAM. Don't .ay that oil ICE CREAM tnstc.1 alike, be- cause it does not entirely becauso we use fresh fruit flavor and pure rich tJmt makes It Uata differ- the way we make Try some find you will readily taste the differ- The Crystal Dairy Phone 1576 Toronto, May Bobcri Lang, ol1 a Winnipeg Imttnlion at Ypron last ami wlio was Im- prisoned at (ioUlnKCii, Hanover, ar- rivoil hero today. Half of Ills toot nan bijui.l ,sliol awuy. He has very mile praise lor tlio treatment meted out to British prisoners by Cl' Mian authorities. "They simply starved he "For three days I'Wan wounded 1 lay In one of the dressing stations without anything to eat.- At the end of tlia't time I was taken prisoner with a number ol others. were taken for a three days' trip in a crowded battle truck to Gottingen. We had nothing to eat while on the trip. One of our man whose leg had been shot nway waa lying on the battlefield. Hearing a German by, he asked for a drink of water, and fcrQH Im- mediately shot. The German guards lost no opportunity to insult UB. Ca- nadian boys are employed In the salt mines and stone quarries. For this work they receive sis cents a day." FriONE 1224 To date the storm which has been making Southern Alberta. farmers smile has resulted in, precipitation amounting to 2.53 inches. With the previous rainfall in May, the total for the month now stands at inches, or .27 inches less than in May last year. With this rain vanished the lasl vestige oC fear that cutworms would appear again in the south this year. ID. I-I. Strickland, government ento- mologist, who has been fighting the pest' for several years, says he does not expect any trouble this season. He has heard no complaint whatever from any part of the south. In Supreme Court this afternoon Judgment was found for the plaintiff iu the case of Sallmrg Grain Vo. vs J. T. C. Gwlllam' In the case arising of the sale of wheat by the de- fendant for November delivery. The plaintiff's claim was practically cut in the judgment being baaed on the price of wheat on Nov. 30 and not a oil Dec. 28'when grain was bought in on the exchange to nil the contract Court will not till Monday THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for milter- nity. and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tlie cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cored' for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars "apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14tli St. S. Phone 1233.. (Miss) AV M. Tllley, Supervisor." (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse A REAL Picture shows a British grenadie in the war-zone. Instead of carrying the cartridge-belt he wears i ance looking rather like a lite pro j for h' j grenadeB" or' bombsl Clearance Sale of Burlaps, Room Mouldings i_ Must be Cleared at Once OUR LOSS 18 YOLK GAIN Gome early and the choice of our large Robertson's Book i Store Next Lrthbridgc Mrs. Wiseman of Clinton, Ont., In vlBltliiK Jicr daughter, Mrs. J. CI. Hoborttioii. t Lieut.-Governor Urett, who lias been in tlic city for the Musical Fes- tival, loft tiim- morning fur th Air. Charlus Tnluler leaves today for Sun Jose, he will be married on June 3rd. Mrts. Inwoud und Miss Miller of Medicine Hat are the guests of Mrs. Cleary, 7th street. Mr8. Jack Kevin has left for (Chi- cago to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. M. McCIeiman. Among the Hat visitors for the Musical Festival were: Mr. I and Mrs. D. 12. Gushing, Misses Alar- j jorle and Mary McKlnnon, Mr. and j Mrs. Berg Ellingeton, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leonard. 4 Mrs. W. A. Ellis, who has been visit- Ing her'sister. Mrs. Walter Van Horn for the past three months, left last night for her home near Estevan, Bask., accompanied by Mr. Kills and her two children. Word has been received from Miss Ethel Conybeare, stating that she has received a war olllee appointment and she is now stationed at Senton Veney military Warminater, "Wilts, as a Reel Cross nurse for six months t least. Mr, Rhys Thomas, adjudicator at the Musical Festival, left today for his home in Winnipeg. His co-adjudi- cator. Mr. Chubb, left this afternoon for Calgary, where he will give an organ recital before proceeding to his home in Vancouver. At Fifth Avenue Methodist church on Monday, May 15, Mr. George Ejd- ward James, of Nemiscan, Alia., was united in marriage to Miss Jessie Oakes, of Winnipeg. The marriage ceremony was performed by Hev. A. S. T.uttle. Mr. and Mrs. James will reside at Hat News. After the address of His Honor, Lieutenant-Governor Brett given yes- terday afternoon In the Red Cross rooms, tea was served by the meni- bers of the local society. Mrs. J. A Jackson presided over the tea table which was tastefully decorated with red carnations. Members of the var- ious societies and orders which sew in the Red -Cross rooms, together with a number of local men closely associ- ated with the Red Cross movement, were present at the function. Jn.bonor of their guest, his.honor Lieut.-Governor Brett, Mayor, and Mrs. W. D. L. Hafdie entertained at dinner last night. Pale pink. carna- tions and ferns decorated the table where were laid for the 'guest of honor, Senator De Veber. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., W. S. Ball, Lieut- Col. Pryce-Jones, Judge Jncksdn, G. H. Harmon, Sunt, Pennefather, Geo. Mackay and Mayor Hardie. After din- ner the guests attended the Musical Festival in a party. A very pretty and interesting wed; ding tool! place on Thursday, Hay n, at the home of John Marsh, Taber, when Pte. Joseph Oliver, of the 175th battalion: stationed at Medicine Hat; and Miss Florence Marsh, the young- est' and only unmarried daughter df Mr, and Mrs. John Marsh of Tabsr i were united in marriage. The' cere- mony was performed by Rev. Mr, Brandt, pastor of St. Theodore's church, in the presence of a large number of friends and guests-.- The bride was handsomely dressed in ivory- satin- with fon and! lace. The bridegroom dress-j ed In khaki uniform was escorted 'by a guard of honor consisting of. Lieut. Lowe, of the 113th Kilties from .Leth- bridge, Pte. Ben Oliver (who acted as best man) Pte. J. Howard. Pte. W. Howard, (Pte. F. Hobson and Pte. Watson of the I7oth battalion. Medi- cine Hat, Pte. Wm. Hart. Pte. W.! Etrown, Pte. Anderson, Pte. Bnnty of .he Kilties regiment, Lethbridge. The bridesmaid. Miss Edna Marsh, cousin of the bride, was dressed iu white em- )roidery dress with old rose. The iride was given.away by her father. An item of interest at.the annual neeting of the National Chapter of he Daughters of the Empire was the cports from national chapters outside Jannda. Reports of national chapters'. then ame, the Bahamas sending a story f packing and sending, with the aid f the men of one of the regiments tationed there, 500 pounds of pre- erves and thirty-eight barrels of cit- na fruit as a Trafalgar Day gift to ritish of the school hlldreti making a collection of ies for fruit for English military capitals, each child giving a penny or every birthday. Newfoundland had spent a year of IALS THAT INVITE YOUR CLOSEST ATTENTION Special Values in Men's Wear for Saturday MEN'S NAVY BLUE SERGE SUITS, the new suriug Kplcndld cut, all sizes, reg. for___ MEN'S SHIRTS, fiitf washing quality, neat pin stripe, stirt" CA_ cuffs, all sizes, reg. for Boots Shoes are Specially Priced 20 Pairs Only MEN'S K BOOTS, in Mack and tan. strong quality, a splendid working shoe, all solid leather, regular for. per pair................................ LADIES' OXFORDS, in button and bluclier styles, black and tan, reg. Jti.OO, for, per pair................... MEN'S TAN BOOTS, button and bhioher stylos, all sir.es regular for, ner pair Ladies Ready-to-Wear at Bargain Prices HANDSOME LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, fine .siiteen underskirts with satin -i >j f finish, in all colors, ior Fri. only q) i. e i KfMCNAS, in rose, pink, pale blue. Alice blue, mauve, etc.. very daintily trimmed, very NURSES' APRONS, fine quality white lin- en, full sUe, only each 60c i 3 C LADIES' BEAUTIFUL NEW SILK WAISTS in the latest shad PS of 'maize and flesh pink, worth ?3.50 very special................ Week-end Specials in House Furnishings 27c Manufacturer's sample ends of fine (jual- ity colored and SPOTTED VOILES and MUSLINS for dainty curtain hanging, 36 inches wide, reg. 45c, special per yard DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES, 3G in. wide, 2 yards long, with brackets and fittings complete, special each JUC BUNGALOW CURTAIN NETS, 43 inches wide, in white, ivory and ecru, very neat patterns, special a yd. DOOR MATS, made from fine quality Co- coa, "fibre, good' sizes, prices..... 75c, Dry Goods are Specially Attractive for Saturday 300 REMNANTS o! WASH GOODS, to 8 yds. in length, 18c to 25c a yd. clearing price Saturday per yard ............Qc '20 Doz .HEMMED TABLE NAPKINS, t'ino satirj Uamask, conventional spot design, with Roman Itey border, size 18 In. x 19 in., per doz....... 30 Yds. NATURAL SHANTUNG inches wide, real heavy weight, on sale Friday per yard.......... Special Chicken Supper Will be served on Saturday Evening1 from (i to 7.30 o'Clook Price 35( Dressmaking Parlors: NEWEST STYLES IN LADIES' STREET OR EVENING DRESSES ARE OUR SPE- CIALTY, MADE UP ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE................ POTATO per packet 'COCOANUT, finest shredded, per Ib STRAWBERRY JAM, whole fruit, 1 Ib. jars MARMALADE. 135. .25c 25c for Saturday PUFFED WHEAT, OC- Cooking or RICE, 1Af Ib. Sack H. B. Col's mom- 1 IV Til-, or; 5 Ihn H. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality. No. 1 Hard Spring Wheat 24 Ib. .sack 95C. 4--1 I Ib. sack fruit" 1 Ib. jars JU4-JAM, all Wnds, pure fruit >yj> sugar only, 4 Ib. pails i JAM, all Wnds, with 4 Ib. pails MARMALADE, pure or- CC-. ange, -t Ib. pails PRUNES, new fruit 9C Powder Lowney's OC-y2 Ib. tins MACARONI, 1 packets OA 3 for ib.- sack 98 Ib. sack Five 49 Ib. sack 98 Ib, sack GRAHAM FOUR .Special -'..week-end price "Maconnch- OQ ies" per bottle PICKLES, Sweet, Sour or or Chow, qt. sealers CORN' SYRUP, I Brookfield or Cards ton Creamery, 2 ibs." CHEESE, finest "Ontario Ib. sack 4QC 24 Ib sack 95C OATMEAL, 10 Ib sack IVC CORN MEAL OC-10 Ib sack JJC RICE, good sound 4 Ibs LOC. TAPIOCA, ft peril) 1UC JELLY POWDERS, nf iikts 60C ICINGS pure Gold Brand or 2 pkts MARMALADE, pure or- 1 Ib. jars FIGS, finest cooking 2 ibs -PINEAPPLE, Libby's OC 2 tins 0 2.1b.Mius CREAM CHEESE, "In- 1 nf gersoil" per packet SOAP, r A 11 bars PEACHES, Blackberries or? and Pears, 2 tins OJC PINEAPPLE, Blackberries and Peaches, regular 35c, OQ special per tin U <3 C BACON, sWiffs Premium. sliced, per Ib OJC .HAM, Swift's; Premium, OC v- special, per. Ib, or 2 tins H. B. Co.'s TEA, a fine dj-f A A blend, 3 Ibs. :OFFEE, H. B. Co.'s, a line family blend, A A 3 IDS SOAR, fn 11 bars JUC ROYAL CROWN- or GOLDEN WEST Jr 2 pkts White Gloss, t Ib. packets per doz. 25c, 33c, 40c fi. MEAL, THE HUDSON'S BAY GO, bard work for the men in the field and navy and had-done nobly. For the United States came Mrs. Elliott Langitaff of New York, telling of seventeen nurses .and 'six ambul- ances sent together with two tons of supplies. The work bad not been easy, but the president of the American order, said that she felt that not the least among the influen- ces turning the heart of the States to- wards the allies had been the quiet pressure of the loyalty of the order's members in their midst. Mrs. J. Murray Clark, organizing secretary, gave a brief summary of the development of the order in the past year, One hundred and thirty new chapters had been formed and there are now approximately twenty- five thousand in paid up membership throughout Canada. Every province had done splendid work. The west, showed .its usual enthusiasm. The Yukon though small, was wonderfully enthusiastic and deserved perhaps special mention. From Cape Breton on the east to the far Yukon the work was continually expanding. London, May Turkish force confronting the British below Kut-el- Arasra In Mesopotamia haa not effect- ed a further withdrawal sinco that re- ported recently, incident to the re- alignment of the Turkish front after the surrender of Kut. The however, through their advance on the right bank of the Tigris have been able to command with their artillery the lino of Turkish communications on the opposite bank, according to an official statement tonight, which says: "General Lake reports, that on May 24 the enemy was still holding his po- sitions on the left bank in the vicinity: of Sannayyat. Our artillery, from the right bank, has been maintaining an effective fire upon his commvmtca- tions along the left bank." Try Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda By all try it if you are fond of Ice cream if you are fond of vanilla' soda water. You will find that there is a tasttneii and tarttnets to The best vanilla ice< cream and the best vanilla syrup. The mixing of soda water drinks we study carefully, and you will like we are sure. Jackson Co. DISPENSING CHEMISTS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;