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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 101B THE LETHDRIDGE DAim" PAGE FIVE Ttrzeo. ACHING fee S. ffrt. ANNOUNCE thai arrangements, have been imulo with an ciniucut Foot Specialist of Chicago, to be in attendance at their store, JUNE 3rd. to give expert advice Free of Charge on Foot Ailments of any description. The Public is requested to take advantage of this unique'opportunity of hav- ing their feet examined by an expert. Demonstration of Scholl's Foot Comfort Appliances and Foot Remedies The complete range of Scholl's Foot Corrections will be demonstrated and appliances ordered will be scientifically fitted to each individual's requirements at the usual advertised prices. Positively no charge for professional services. The Specialist has heen carrying on ,Jiis important work through Shoe Stores Cities and we point with pride SII-H ihe first to offer Foot Comfort Service In this district. It cannot bo impressed too strongly on those who experience uome foot discom- fort to consult the expert during his stay W.J. Nelson Co. 620 3RD AVE. S. SHERLOCK BLOCK ASK FOR "TREATMENT AND CARE OF THE FEET" BOOKLET PHONE 1224 CHARLES McNAUGHTON Surrounded by beauty in the musi- cal comedy success, "Nobody which comes to the Majestic Theatre Saturday-evening, June 3rd. CONSTANCE COLLIER [n "The Tonguea of at Starla :onight and tomorrow. Listen to experienced advice There must be a pretty convincing reason why experienced housekeepers, hesitate a moment to select one of CAS Cooking a- dinner such a simple thing when you have the benefit of its big ana; of burners, its roomy ovens. Keeping every part clean and free from rust is no trouble at all. The Me Clary takes very little room and it adds to the ap- pearance of even the tidiest little kitchen. Your nearest dealer is glad to let McCIary's speak for you should know all about its host of handy features before you plin that little kitchen you're going to be so proud of. London Toronto Montreal Wit Vancouver St. John, NJB. Calgary Edmonton Saskatoon Sold by Jlidv-Sdil Hardware Co. Mrs. and Miss MyPhee came down from Calgary to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Alulheru, The Victoria Order of the Uuiies Orange Lodge, No. will hold their regular meeting tomorrow night at 8 o'clock In the Moose hall, Higinboth- am block. The Daughters of the Binpiro have received word picnic 'will'be held at Brocket on Saturday, June 3rd. All the people living near Brocket will participate in this celebration of the King's birthday. The total -jiroceede will be gent to the British Red Cross, The Ladles' Aid of Knox church will meet tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock in the school room. The host- esses will be Mrs, David Donald, Mrs. W. S. Craig and Airs. W. II. Morris; reception committee. Sire. R. S. Smith and Mrs. J. G. Robertson. The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land held another of their successful whist drives lust night in the S. 0. E. hall when the prizes, were, .won by first, Mrs. W. Carnfll. and Mrs. JL Hooker; second Mra. A. Arnold .and Mr. J. Mcllvena; consolation, Mrs. J. Unsworth and Mr. R. Smith. The regular monthly meeting of the women's branch of the Red Cross soc- iety will bo held on Friday at the Red Cross rooms. All members are ur- gently requested" to be present some very important Items in conne tion with the work must be dealt wit one of which' is the enlargement o the working committee. A very important meeting th Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., wi be held tomorrow 'afternoon at 4.30 i the Y.'M.C.A. auditorium. The mee log is being held 'for the purpose o hearing the report of the committee o ways and means of raising money, largo attendance of members is re quested, the meeting though very in porta.H will he of short duration. PATTESON The wedding of Elizabeth France daughter of Capt. T. E. Patteson, fo j raerly of this city, to -Arnold Walte Taylor, lieutenant with the 151st ba talion, Edmonton, took place on Sa urday, May 27tii. The ceremony wa performed by Rev. H. 'M.. Shore, a St. Michael's and All Angels' churcl Calgary- Quits an Interesting legal point wa, raised by W. S. Ball yesterday in th case of Baird and Botterell vs. Hngl Taylor, an action to recover losses incurred by reason ot alleged failure of the defendant to all a grain con tract for 5000 bushels, October delivery wheat, in the Supreme Court. The sale was made to Chas. 'McClenaghan and in November was assigned to Baird and Botterell who were his Win nipeg agents. Mr. Ball for the defense held that the contract was broken when on October 30th, the last day o the month in which October delivery could be made, the contract was helt to have not been filled, that claims on a contract could not bo assigned after the contract had been breached, and that therefore the plaintiffs had no standing in the courts in this case For the defense it was also held that :he contract had been filled by other shipments made toy the defendant who lad been acting as agent for the com- jany at Travers. It was also set up .hat in the first place Mr. McClena- ihan knew the defendant was not growing wheat and would have none of his own to deliver that there- ore the contract was of a gambling lature. D. H. Elton, acting for the plaintiff indeavored to show that Mr. Taylor vas interested with his sons on their arm at Travers and that he styled limself a farmer and that Mr. Mc- Olenaghan understood in making a contract to purchase from him bushels of wheat for October delivery hat Mr. Taylor was growing the rtieat himself. He also held efendants had not pleaded in their otatement of defense that a .breached contract" could hot be'assigned and that therefore such la claim could not be made now, no notice having bean given. I 'The contract called for the delivery ot bushels of October delivery at 89% cents, basis..'Jiort William. Defendant delivered on the contract bushels. On October 30th when the other bushels were not forthcoming Baird and Botterell bought in the contract, and on Mr. McClenaghan's advice spread the con- tract over to November delivery at a cost, of cents per 'bushel in order to give-Mr..Taylor an opportunity to deliver in that month, which ho failed to do. On November 26th the com- pany bought In bushels on the market to complete the contract, the loss occasioned thereby being about They claimed this sum and costs of the action. Judgment was ro. served. Rev. Heber W. Crews, of Wood- stock, Ont.r has accepted a call to the Central Methodist thurch, Wind- sor, to take effect after the meeting of In 1917. A Three-Days Selling Event of Newest Spring and Summer Wash Goods That Will Create an Unusual Sensation Commences on Thursday and Will Continue Until Saturday WE CAN SAY with emphasis tlmt tliis is tlio greatest wash goods event in the history of our Lethbridge store. It represents an unlimited variety of the newest merchandise bought direct from the factory for us, enabling us to give highest quality fabrics' at a fraction of iheir real worth. Jfote the brief descriptions here given them. 'Make an early visit to our popular Dry Hoods sectloiij which offers you superlative values for Thursday, "Friday and Saturday. VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINEN LAWNS, PERSIAN LAWNS, are attractively pricert for this event, per yd. 15c, 20c DAINTY CREPES, in handsome floral designs especially adapted for dresses and kimoiias, 29 Inches to 36 Inches, priced at per yard 15o tq HEAVY JAP CREPE, for dresses, in plain colors, also in rich chenee patterns, 27 In. wide, warranted unshrinkable, price per yard................ 45c MERCERIZED SHANTUNG LINEN SUITING, 27 in. wide, in cream, sage, dark greens, tan and brown, splendid values at per yard 35o, 4Oc SEALED MADAPOLAM, guaranteed thorough- ly shrunk and free from dressing, fine quality, 40 in. wide, price per yard WHITE AND COLORED P. K., 38 to 42 in. wide, all permanent dyes and thoroughly shrunk, in colors that are newest and much sought after, priced from per yard 40c to. MERCERIZED CREPE, in white, sky, olive, green aud pink, 42 in. wide, beautiful r quality, per yard-only.............. PLAIN BASKET WOVEN VESTINGS, 27 in. wJde in the newest colors of flesh, o K olive and maize, for, per yard FANCY MERCERIZED VESTINGS, will; wide stripes In sky, hello and black, 30 in. wide, priced at per yard..... 35c STEEL CLAD GALATEAS, in neat hair line and medium stripes, popular-lines for the children, 29 in. wide, at per yard KINDERGARTEN CLOTH, in plain colors, stripes and checks. A high grade Gaiatea for children's wear, 30 inches wide, priced at per yard HOYLE'S IMPERIAL CAMBRIC, in. light and dark colors, warranted fast i inches wide, price per yard dark colors, warranted fast colors, 32 -i Q POPULAR NEW FANCY DRESS MATERIALS are the seed voiles in plain white, also white grounds with flora] design, prices per yard 20c, 25c, 35c ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GINGHAMS, in plain colors, stripes, checks and fancy plaids, 32 inches wide, per yard SCOTCH GINGHAMS, light and dark colon, plaids and checks, 27 inches wide, price per yard PLAIN COLORED SILK FINISHED CREPES, 38 in. wide, in sky, navys, hello, nf pink, tan or black, per yd. 57c W The Hudson's Bay Co. LIEUT. SPRING-RICE KILLED London, May Gerald Spring-Rice, the younger brother ol he British ambassador to the United States, Sir Cecil Arthur Spring-Rice, las been killed in action. He was 52 of age. PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERY WOMAN'S BIRTHRIGHT. A That From Girlhood to Old Haa Been Blcuing to Womankind. When a girl becomes a woman, when a woman becomes a mother, when a woman passes through middle, life, are the three periods of Me when health and itreugth are most needed to withstand ;he pain and distress often caused evero 'organic disturbances. At critical times women an forliiied by ihe use of Dr. Pierce'i "avorite Prescription, an old remedy f proved worth that the entire womanly system in excellent condition. Mothers, if your daughters are weak, aok ambition, are troubled wjth head- and are pale and sickly, )r. jPierce'a Favorite Prescription la what they need to rarely bring the 'loom ol health to their cheeks and make them strong and healthy. For all ailing women ivorila Prescription is juat the right nedieiBt. During the last fifty years it M banished from the lives cf tens of lousaudl of woiaen pain, misery and iatnai. It makes weak women strong, sick women well. If you are a sufferer, if your mother, sister, need help, fet Dr. Scree's Favorite Prescription In liquid r tablet form from any medicine dealer o-day. Then address Dr. Pierce, In- alids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. V., and 'get onftdential medical advice entirely free. Every woman should be careful that the ver is active and the poisons are not llowed to cioK the rid of icse poisons by taking Dr. Picroc'a which and invigorate tomaoh, liver and bowab. Keep tie rady emu inriJe M well outaidel How to preserve health and beauty old in Dr. I'icrwV Commoit'Scnw Mcdi- Adviser. It Int. Sebd Doctor Buffalo, N. Y., 6f ty ocntt or tUmff to aotar wrappin aid maitmf ettj. j What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic If you are a bit blase the musical comedy question and think you have seen them all and that they are all alike, just prepare yourself for a little shock next Saturday night, June when John P. Slocum brings bis latest money winning attraction, "Nobody to the Majestic theatre, with Charles MeNaughton, Mildred Elaine and Metropolitan cast. Seats are now selling at Hedleys. The New York Metropolitan com- pany, In a concert that promises, to be Hated among the foremost musical erents of the season in Lethbrfdge, will" be the offering at the Majestic theatre on Thursday, Juno 8th. The company Is composed ol! Flor- ence Hawkins, lyric Clara [Treuler, mezzo-soprano; Molly Pyerly Wilson, contralto; Francis W. baritone; Alice McClung, Skovgaard, the Danish vlolinest, who will play on hie Stradivarius violin. At tlie Empress The "Sons of George L. Tucker's five reel Red Feather feature will be the Empress tonight. Its scenes are laid in. and around Scotland Yard, which played such an important part in so many of' Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories. "Sons of primarily a: thril- ler, and a superb one, too. but in ad- dition It relates In a strikingly con- vincing manner the steps by which a crooked detective agency Is filially smashed. One of the most sensation- al scenes is laid in the trap room built by the head of the detective agency. Poisoned gas is forced into the here- metically sealed room through an ori- fice in the wall; at the same time the walls of the room contract BO that death by gas poisoning and crushing confronts Fenton, the guardian' of Winifred West. PROF MacNEILL'S LIFE SENTENCE Dublin, via London, May John MacNeill, president of the Sinn Fein volunteers, who last week was found guilty of complicity in the Irish rebellion, 'has been, sentenced to life imprisonment, .and the sentence has been confirmed. At the Orphcum The vaudeville billed for the Orph- um tonight may be counted upon as being well up to the standard. The Avondo Duo of whirlwind zylophoniste open the bill and make'a-httN Dayton. and McKeiv two" entertain- ng men, one as a cop and-the other as a black face, put over the Dough- nut Hunters' skit in a way that Is really funny, Bandy and Fields are a. good old 'ashioned singing and buck and wing dancing team. The Stadium Trio hold.down the premier-position with their.line of old toman Ring and Aortal Acl the first ever appearing over the.clr- .uit." Great Reduction Sale FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE Miss' Tilney will sell all her trimmed hats at .half price, one-third off bal- ance of stock. Pome early and secure bargains. Beginning Thursday morning, June 1st MISS TILNEY 817 3RD AVE., SOUTH, LETHIRIDQE ;