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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, r.rAY 31, 1917 THE LETHBRIDOE.. DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN '.'TJorlin, Mjj* 31, via London, May 91.-A resumption of Intense artillery thiol on Chasinaln-DoB-DamoB rldgo and In wosta'fji Champagne Is roport-od In today'fc-official statement, On tlio southern tiank of the Alsnc successful raids''worn mado. During tho night lively ^artillery engagements" dovoloped on tho west'bank of tho Meufio. llepulBO of several British attacks on tho Arras front uIbo Is reported. Lull continues on t/.o cast battlo fronts, no activity being reported In today's official announcement except small engagements on the Macedonian front. A protty young woman stepped Into a music Bhop In tho city the other day. She tripped up to tho'counter �whoro a new clerk was assorting music, and In her sweetest tones asked: "Have you.'Kissed Mo In tho Moonlight' ?" Tim clerk turned, looked, and Bald: "It must havo boon tho man at tho other counter. I'vo only been hore a >veek."-Exchange. Keith's Saturday only Hire's Root Beer, per ig;ku*8~.>.-v.. ...�.-5c- Moir's&Tabcr's Best Chocolates Per. . pound Half . pound Open till 11 o'clock .every evening'. Closed all clay Sunday. Keith's Beside P. Burns Co.\ Manufacturer of Delicious Home Made Candy and Pop Corn . VERY SPECIAL VALUES for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY at MEN'S (BOOTS Broken lines in Men's Dross Shoes fruii our regular stock. Variety of lasts with receding or hlock toe. Lace or hut-tun ityle in patent leathers, cloth top. \%\ Box ciiir gunmotftl and vici kid bluchers. ' to 10. Regular $6.00. " Saturday, pair .... Siww Friday 4.49 II LADIES' SHOES JTs Broken linos in Indies' sty ............................. jtyles including lace and button. Kid or cloth tops. Black kid button or lace with patent toe caps and Cuban heel:- ('. li and K widths, also slippers and pumps. Sues 2'4 to Regular $.">.r,o. Special, pr. 4.29 Mr. Geo. Taylor left today to spend a vacation at Two Harbors, Minn. ... A tag day when roses, will be sold as tags will bo held on Saturday by tho Major Jack Ross Chaptor, I.O.O. K., to securo funds for their patriotic work. � �  Tho Ladles' Society to the B. of L. F. and E. will meet for Red Cross sowing tomorrow afternoon at tho homo of Mrs. A. E. Hall, 811 7th Ave. South. PRINCESS OPENS HUT The Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein Is seen leaving a Canadian Forestry Camp5, Hut after formally opening it. Phone 1766 Week End Price Hints for the Economic Housewife. Rhubarb, 8 Ibss. for.........25c Asparagus, Libby's 1 lb, tin 30c Apples, 4 lbs. for .......... 26c Pure Strawberry Jam, mixed 20 lb.,Sack of .Sugar and one tin with apple, 4 lb. tins .... 60s of Weston's Cream Sodas for Sodas in 2 lb, card board boxes, cash only............. $2.40 per pkg................. 30c 20 lb. Sack,of Sugar and one 16 We have a full line of Summer ounce tin of Blue Ribbon Bak- Drinks and air easy to prepare. Ing Powder for cash only $2.35 , Dalton's Pure Fruit dninks In Preserved. Pears In 3 lb. tin, Ginger Wine, Lemonade, Or-2 fori................... 45c angeade and Raspberry Vine-Animal Biscuits, per lb.....25c gar, per large bottle ',... 35c Som Mor Biscuits in packages In Native Wine, per bottle .... 20c the following varieties, cocoa- Hire's Root Beer Extract ,, 20c nut wafers, vanilla wafers, Grape Juice, quart bottles .. 50c ginger snaps, arrowroot, soc- Pints...................'25c lal tea,. All 2 pkgs, for ... 25c Phez Loganberry Juice, per bot- Mixed Peel, per lb.........30c tie 20c and.............. 35c WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AND GUARANTEE ALL GOODS. SUPINA & SON 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH M'"s. E. Downing, accompanied by her "Slaughter, Helen, left today for Calgary to attend the Women's Foreign Missionary Society as a delegate from Wesley church. * � * Mrs. J. F. P. Jackson, and children, Ruth and Jim, who has been in the east for a couple of years, Ib visiting her slitters, Mrs. Alvin . Ripley and Mrs. E. B. Sloan. � � * Mrs. E. Greig, formerly superintendent of the Ladysmith' General hospital, and lato assistant superintendent of Gait hospital. Lothbrklgo, Alta., haB been appointed superintendent of the Pernio hospital.-Vancouver Sun. � � .* Miss Sharman and the girls of Grades VII. and VIII. are holding a recital in Central school auditorium on Friday, June 1st, from three to four p.m. All who are Interested will be welcome * * * The members of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E., are asked to meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in rooms 4 and 5, Shepard Block (over Good's store). The taggers for Saturday can get boxes and tags tomorrow afternoon at these rooms. * � * In honor of Miss Elizabeth Sharman, �who was married to Mr. C. S. McKel-vy yesterday, Miss Beryl Nimmons entertained at a prettily appointed luncheon on Tuesday. Pink and white snapdragons decorated the table, whero covers were laid for twelve. � * � The Hudson's Bay tea room In charge of tho Sir Alexander Gait Chap-tor, I.O.D.E., yesterday afternoon was well patronized. Lovely tulips were used as decorations and were .for sale. Mrs. H. 71. Davidson, Mrs.^al; colm Young, Miss Bawden and .Miss Ethel Aird served tho tea. *   Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Llllibridgo and son Glenn of Cocur d' Alene, Idaho, have moved to Lothbridgo and purchased a homo at 515 12th St. A. North. Mr. Lilllbridge, In partnership with his brothers-in-law, the Fuller Bros., is one of the most extensive"! farmers of. the Taber and Barnwell districts. Mrs. Lillibrldge's mother, Mrs. C. E. Fuller, came from Dundee, 111., last Saturday to make her home with her daughter. Mrs. Lilllbridge is a kerumic artist of some note, and lifts just sold her studio at Coour d' Alene Veterans' day at tho Chinook club tomorrow ufiernoon being held by tho Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., promises to bo very largely attended reservations for large parties havo been mado by .Mrs. W. H. Pawson, of Coaldale, Mrs. E. Kingston, Miss Til-ley, who will entertain the Big Sisters' class of Knox church and tho G. F. club, besides numerous smaller part-ios. An excellent program has been arranged, that will be contributed to by Mi'B, Bell, Miss Simm, Miss Noil-son, Miss McPhee, Mrs. W. J. Nelson and Master Geoff Waddington. Tea will bo served In tho tea room, on the verandah and on tho lawn, and as the seating capacity at tho tables is limited a number of extra chairs have boon secured to accommodate those who when through with their tea wish to hoar tho music. The proceeds will bo given to the Votorans' club. * * * On Monday evening a very ploasant nnd Informal gathering mot at tho homo of Mrs. John Rharmun. Ninth atroot, to offer good wishes and to say good-byo to Miss Elizabeth Sharman, whoso marriage look place yesterday and who lias been for some years a valued member of tho Central, school teaching staff. Among the lmpp&'party were all tho lady teachers d�,Jgentral and Fleetwood schools,'''rejitesabta-Hvob from Galbralth school' $i)d Har-xllevillo, and' many other friends of tho guest of honor. On behalf of Bonio .of. the brides. o8sp,dft|p^^Jhj^ HOSE in GREAT VARIETY for LADIES and CHILDREN RADIUM SILK HOSIERY. For ladies' wear, white, sky, pink, sand, pearl, also white with black hair lino stripe.-, with high spliced lisle heels. -l nn Per pair.......................... *,........... l.UU FOUR THREAD ITALIAN HEAVY SILK HOSE. Guaranteed stainless black, full fashioned and seamless. AC\n Sizes 8% to 10. Specially priced, pair ............ 1UC STIRLING HOSIERY. Vegetable silk, white, sky, pink, hello, grey, maize and brown. Sizes 8V6 to 10. q A , Regular 75c. Special, pair ....................... �3 JC KAYZER GLOVE SILK HOSIERY. Black, whit?, sand, maize and pearl. Sizes S'/j to 9 fiJl Per pair ....................................... uiv� A NEW SHIPMENT of Niagara Maid Glove Silk Hose. Sky. pongee, bronze, putty and dark green. Sizes � rf A SVfs to 9M>. Per pair.............................�t*D\) RADIUM LISLE SOCKS. For children to 10 years old. White with colored stripes and elastic rolled tops which prevent the sock from falling down the child's on_J legs. All specially priced, pair 30c and............O i 2~C MEN'S HALF HOSE. Men's fine all wool cashmere r*jf\ , hose in black. Special, per pair.................. DuC MEN'S FINE HOSE. Combination of silk and wool PA in black find grey. Special, pair .................. DUC MEN'S FINE LISLE HOSE. In colors black and tan or and grey, special, per pair '.:..................... �3C LADIES' FANCY PIMPS In black and colored kid patent leathers. Plain or colonial styles with large or small buckles. Plain toe or latent wing stitched cap. Sizes to 4 Values to $0.nn. Friday and Saturday A pa Special, pair ...................t�vV WORK BOOTS Men's black or tan work boots made from llrownco calf leather which is not effected by manure, slops or acids. Will not get hard as it is doubly tanned especially for rough wear and adapted for the use of stablemen, teamsters, dairymen, feeders and farmers. Sizes fi to 11. Regular $0.00. A QQ Special ........................*t.Oif CHILDREN'S SAND COLORED CANVAS BOOTS With leather soles, heel ond top. Real summer shoes. Sizes 11 to 13. ^ Special . The sa 5. Special, pair The same as above. Sizes 1 to ^ MEN'S SAND COLORED OXFORDS 'Canvas make with leather sole, heel, tip and facings around top and eyelets with a support across vamp. Very light for summer wear. Special, pair............... 1.65 WE ARE SELLING AGENTS FOR GIFFIN'S SHOE POLISHES, : : : DRESSINGS & CREAMS For nil shoes and shades, also white Kld-ine for cleaning white kid gloves and white kid shoes. Makes them /Ike new without injuring the kid. TAPESTRY RUGS In Oriental and Floral Colors. Good Quality: ^ Size 2}4x3 yds____.$11.75 Size 3x3 yds....____.$13.75 Size 3x334 yds. . .. .$1.1.75 Size 3x4 yds. ..... $18.75 BRUSSELLO RUGS For Bedrooms in tan shades. Sizes Z by 3yards. Regular $6.50. A f|p* Special.....................................'......................... HctUO LADIES' BEAUTIFUL GOWNS Just Arrived to sell at Greatly Reduced Prices, at Wholesale Prices in Many Cases Crepe de Cheiie Dresses in two'pieces, rose and white,' nigger and white, apple green and white sport styles, also a handsome gold crepe de chene. A maize ninoh and blue satin combination. A rose and navy Crepe de Chene, Candy Stripe and Sand Combination. All the new slimmer gowns and worth up to $35.00. Special Selling $13.69 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY ON SALE FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY The Week End GROCERY LIST at The "BAY" sack. Large Red Onions - 3 pounds for .... Rye' Flour,'-IQ pound ' Each...................... Fancy Lemons, Per dozen ................. Juicy Oranges . Per dozen.................. Fancy Toliet Soap. 3 cakes in box ,........... Red Cross Chow Chow '> -'Gallon Jars.............. Red Cross Quart Sealers. 1 Sour pickles . i............ Red Cross White Onions ; ..Bottle ..s------......... "Pure Olive Oil Quart tins .............�'� � Fairy Sodas. Plain or salted. Tin....................... 25c 60c 30c 30c 20c 1.10 35c 40c 1.05 40c Pure Flavoring Raspberry berry, 16 ounce bottles .... Pimento and Celery .Olives.-Bottle.................... Christie's Arrowroot Biscuits Pound .................... and Straw- Peaches, Gallon tins Each ............. English Golden Syrup 10 Ib. tins ........................ Imported Dates in 1 Ib. pkgs. Package .......................... Ammonia Powder 2 packages ...................... Mother's Macaroni 2 packages ........................ Panshlne and Royal Crown Cleanser 3 for ............................. 90c 25c 30c 45c 48c 20c 15c 25c 25c To.Introduce This New Tea MELROSE BRAND . We Offer at This Special Price Per lb. - 45c Deep Sea Trout 2 cans for ....... Fray- Bentos Corned Per tin............. Salad' Dressing Per bottle......... French Peas. � Per tin ........... Red Rose Tea, 2'/2 lb Per tin ........... Sani Flush 2 tins for ......... Beef tin 35c 40c 38c 25c 1.25 45c (TheHudson's Bay Companij. INCORPORATED le^O "ECONOMISTS FOR THE PEOPLE" HERBERT C. BURBIOCB STORES COMMISSIONER teaching staff, with whom .she has boon so pleasantly linked, Miss Boryl Nimmons presented a caBe of sterling silver dessert spoons. * * * As has boon the custom slnco the formation of the club, tho fifth year of tho Mathesis club closed with a luncheon hold yesterday in Wesloy hall. The decorations were very beautiful, the club's colors, gold and white, forming a color scheme. A Jarge silver basket tiod with a bow of gold and white tulle and filled with gold and whito tulips was In the centro of tho long tablo, a^-Qujjd, -which woro seated the fifty raiambejrB of the club'. Small^bowls q)E',tho same flowers: also djifcedrated thehtablo; and Bpra'ys' of fern w,e,re also ''aK^gtiyoly arranged on tho'white cloth. The place cards woro inscribed with an owl, the club's baskets in tho form of gold and white tulips tied with gold tullo. Mrs. R. E. Skoilti, who has been president of the club for two years, addressed tho members, thanking them for their loyal support during her term of o/ilco. Mrs. F. A. Stoltze proposed a toast to tho absent members, Mrs. E. Ains-worth gave a toast to tho retiring president and as bIib was finishing sponk-ing of tho splondid work done during her term of offico. Miss Stoltze presented Mrs. Skeith with a handsome silver baskot lulled with opholia roBes. Piano solos wore given by Mrs. W. H. Johnston and Miss Brown. Reports of tho work d,one in tho djf-feront-JtlopartmontB were given, Mrs. W. R,''�Hiok# giving the report from the Art Department, Mrs. G. R. Dl.xon from the, History and Current Evonls �~-|ad^|jjKf^$r� iwei'QvijJaloty-:-B.j(a-:.MwS6^^!i^*o?�..*��in the: Mu- sic SecMon. Tho members were asked to join a department for next year's work. At the conclusion of the luncheon tho ladles retired to tho ladles' parlor where tho business of the yonr was concluded and the officers for the following year elected nB follows: President, Mrs. Clias. McClenaghan; vlce-prosident, Mrs. W. F. Nelson; recording secretary, Mrs. M. P. Johnston; corresponding socretary, Mrs. H. H. Nicholls; treasurer Mrs. G. R. Dixon. Tho luncheon was catered for by the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E., and a number of young girlB served. In the senate Senator Power mov4i ed that in any measure intended tpv, introduce conscription into Canada,' provision should be made "that no' man whose father, brother or son has-l gone to the seat of war as a member^ of the Canadian expeditionary forced or is being trained in England, pro*'., paratory to going to the front, shall1' be Belected for compulsory service;'^; So that, a damaged street car can be haiiled;� ">,:-"V''"' Dr. D. de Waltoff, vice-president afc; tho American Medico-Pharmaceutlcaly league, announces that he and his', I son, Mortimer, have discovered an ex,^ plosive so powerful that a five grain-; tublet would suffice to wreck the tallV,\ est building in New York. The diBv covory was made, by accident. Dr. dfrH1.,' Waltoff claimed'that his explosive': was ten thousand tiuHQS. more ipowerj,.1 ;