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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Half Price The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE THIS SALE EVERY DAY THIS WEEK Corsets, Brassieres Hand Ban's of various kinds Jar (.0 FIVE MORE DAYS OF EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN OFFERINGS All lines included COKSBT SALE 51.13 All and values CORSRT SALE SI. 79 All arid values CORSET SALE All and values CORSET SALE All and values BRASSIERE SALE AM values BRASSIERE SALE 00 All and values u continue the irgains right up till the closing hour on Saturday night. Every Woman Should "r and the It's Your Golden Opportunity "u.ll" cannot mention can. Everything lhp sdtrc marked CLEARANCE OF EMBROIDERY ft_ Widths up to 10 ins; 15 and 20c values.. __! y our claims. THE LAST CLEAN-UP OF SUN- fig SHADES; all fancies, worth Wonderfully cheap for this last sale o[ thr- season; fancy -tripes. and plni.i tops In the regular, dome and Dell shapes. All at loss than cost price. BLACK PARASOLS BLACK PARASOLS Wonderfully Cheap Entire stocks of summer styles at a to a half less than regular price. Wash Dresses Wash Dresses KB---S SsE-Eils Is no And similar reductions throughout the entire stoek up to All arc truly exceptional say so yourself when you see them. Edgings and Insnninris In splendid wearing qualities and various widths. 50 AND TOO CORSET EMBROIDERY......25c 51.50 AND 45-INCH FLOUNCING... .79c Great Whitewear Bargains SKIRTS. GOWNS AND SLIPS S1.68 Regular value SKIRTS, GOWNS AND SLIPS S2.35 Regular value SKIRTS, GOWNS AND SLIPS S3.00 Regular values CAMBRIC GOWNS 45c 54 Inch lengths. 15c Reg. 25c value Six. Inch width in a full range of colors: sky, rose, black, pink, card- inal, green, navy, hrowu, etc. ANNIVERSARY SALE OF Hosiery and Gloves LISLE HOSIERY Up to 65c............ RIBBED HOSE 1Qr> Up to 35o I3U 53 LONG LISLE GLOVES Up to 75c LONG SILK GLOVES 79c Up to SILK LISLE GLOVES 25c Up to 45c. Dress Goods and Silks, and MuliB, Voiles and Wash Towels, Bespread, Shorn. Table Cloths and Damasks, etc., all greatly reduced. ART SATEENS 19s Reg. 35c values CURTAIN SCRIM Reg. up to 35c TABLE DAMASK SE? 5e Reg. yard TURKISH TOWELLING Reg. 20c value WHITE COUTON Reg. 25c value MOREEN SKIRTING 43c Reg. 65C value PLAIN LUSTRES 33c Reg. 50o value MESSELAINE SILK 78c Reg. value WASH GOODS 33c Reg. 50c value _.... Bi? Savings in Waists and Underwear 0 LADIES' UNION SUITS 43c Reg. 65 and 7ao LADIES' VESTS Reg. 18c value I CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS 33c Reg. 50c value VOILE WAISTS S1.75 Up to VOILE WAISTS CO 1C Up to .....9C" PRINT AND GINGHAM 10c f Aii 15c values Light, medium and dark colors; all perfectly fast dye, and splen- did wcar'ns qual- ities. Great Savings in all Coats and Suits 1-2 Price Every Ladies' Suit in the and Navv Serges, Tweeds and LiRht Novelty Mixtures, all included in this Every Coat of every Navj and Novelty Mixtures, short, three quar ters-and full lengths; all sizes 1-2 Price Sixth Annual Anniversary Sale, Continuing all This Week n AH Kimcmas and Included CREPE AND SILK n ft variety of light and dark colors; all sizes Oil up to 44.............................. PETTICOATS in silk, satin, moire and sateen in regular and O. S. sizes....... off ters of the Empire, wnscn is nem on Tuesdays, has heen cancelled for to- morrow, because oi the gathering at Henderson Park. vhich, he says, is approximately cor. government When Lottie Pickford Smiles it gets you I She's the cutest, cleverest, daintiest little witch you evej the ,4 Picturixetl Romantic Novel Star photoplay with all- piavers lhai'6 taking the coun- ry by iry ur For a Suggestion! ODD Tor a sequel to this wonder- the rotizh idea, Start sceinK this trc- mSui film-Play TODAY-at EMPRESS THEATRE Coming Aygust 6 and 7 London, Aug. today's session _J the meat cargo' cases before a prize court, Sir E. Smith the Solicitor-General, ..reduced .1 sworn afirtavit made by. Major Dillon, a 'member of the general staff giving the British the estimate The statement was produced in sup- port of the Crown's contention that ET of communications, training in Germany, C__Casualties, including constant THE LEELANAW, TORPEDOED BY GERMAN .SUBMARINE and will he a very busy butfi this coming Ian' .and winter, as it ib tri 1 utarv to acres ol crop a con- servative estimate compiled by the C Jl'r Chuiileigh says there are many former High River citizens living out appamv I lories and other arsenals and factor- I ies concerned in the manufacture of war munitions, coal mines' anri in factories concerned in malting army boots. clothing and other articles necessary in equipment and provisioning of tne army. Solicitor-General Smith argued that the German government reserv- ed the risht to substitute rations for muiiey allowances to the wives and children of these men. Therefore, at the moderate figure of two depend- ents for each of the hs said, there would be who might he dependent upon the state or rations, ao that it fair o assume that in all probability the eized foods were intended for gov- rnment use. TELEPHONE SOS there and a land contented. John Little has a very large, livery barn in (.oicmost ar.d is doing an cnornious business. Ike and Bill Arnold from Longvicw i are farming on a large scaj, and wil I have a groat crop. Dan Wilson. Billv 1 Sundry, Biilv Ovens and Tom C al- hoim are also among, the number _pf fuckv meinwho stayed with the game and 'arc now about to commence the cutting oPa bumper crop. Mr. l.hud- icigh and spns have 425 acres in crop, 'composed of wheat, oats, barley and (lax, which will yield about as tol- i0TS' The latest American vessel to fall a victim to German submarines. She iiif, n'clft'o tho acre last year WM en rou.e from Archangek, Russia, to Belfast, with a cargo of flax and i was distressing, owing to the E1Inlc on Julv 2Gth northwest of Scotland. The crew was saved. i this year every farmer at Foremost j _ _ ___ _ ____ '_ _____________ V IN -CHICAGO RIVER (HiRh River ,lr K Chudlcigh, who left Hifh .-ei- district in-1908, and homc- ami prc-onipted at a point iaccnt to (he town of Foremost, is a visitor hero, last week and c'nt out west to see some of his former neighbors at Longvicw Crop conditions are splendid and barring unforscen .circumstances, the farmers in that district will reap the hcavi- it prop in the history of the coun- Foremost is at the end of steel presPnt- tirfic. An interesting point referred to h> i Air Chudleigh is the appointment, ol i municipal doctor for that mumci-, pality. Tho; doctor is paid a. salary ol ?5000 a Vear and his duties arc to answer all'' calls within his jurisdic- tion arid charge a small, fee specified bv the municipal council. This inno- vation has' proven very satisfactory, particularly1 to those settlers residing, considerable distance from the. town. With', the prospect 9! a good i crop I here Is talk of introducing the problem mill tnis !'Mt- whcn RCVC1'a question' of- water has been a great government telephone system '1 he 1 flowing Wells were, produced at difici- cnf points.; The United Oil Company, a very promising (futlit, are drilling for oil near Foremost and the. promoters arc "Why do you want to get divorc- ed "Because I'm married." Public Ledger. 1 Ills Riia 'Si drillers in (boring operations. The steamer Kastlaml winch tinned turtle m Hit Llmnso K wont 1200 passengers to their The vessel, owing to construction, had caused trouble before, hence its nickname. iui its peculiar to those who neglect CONSTIPATION. For m dozens of 'serious com- plications, appendicitis, for iratuice. Remove the cause of over 90% of acrioun illnoaa by theiUily UK of ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SAM1 and you may enter and live in the Temple of lleiltu practically un- challenged. Abbey's is the concen- trated essence of SRlts extracted from pure, fresh -fruit juice, granulated and sealed in 25e. and QOc. bottles. It, will prevent and cure..-constipation, gently, pleasantly and surely. Try Abbey's MADE IN'CAN ADA; Mr. W. H. Mcbaws, of Calgary, was a week-end visitor in the city. Miss K. Jones-left on Saturday on a holiday irip to iidmonton. Rev. A. H. Dcnoon leaves this ternoon for Blairmoie where ho will spend a Uev C H. Popham left'this after- noon for a holiday at Proctor, Al- herta. Mrs. T. A. Hornibrpok, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. A. H. McKeown, returned to .her home in Calgary today. --Mrs Allin and Miss Jones were the hostesses of the tea on Saturday afternoon at St. Atigustin's tennis courts. B Miss Gladys McKelvie returned to her home in Calgary this afternoon after spending the last few weeks m the city. Mrs. Duncan Stewart and little son of Douglas, Ont., are visiting Mrs. R. C. McClurc. The section oi the Weiley Ladies' Aid under Mrs. McCuIlock will meet in the Red Cross rooms tomorrow al- ternoon for sewing; S. J. Shepherd has returned from a two weeks' sojourn at Banff and is considerably improved in health. Mrs G Marchant, of Winnipeg, is visiting for a few days at the home of Mrs Proctor, 321 Uth St. south. Mrs. A. J. Irving entertained at Ihc tea hour Saturday afternoon in hcnor of Miss Edna Ail.t, oi Toron- to. Mr. D. King leaves on Thurs- day for Regina, where his marriage, tn' Miss Winnifred Dodge., of New- port, X. S., lakes place the latter part of the Mrs Ray McCall and little daugh- ter, Helen, of Ithaca, Michigan, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Helms at their apartments in the Do- minion Building. Mrs. McCall is a -sister of Mr. Helml. A motor party, en route to ThS coast, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. T H Navin and Mr. and Mrs. A. N'aviii and children ql Moose Jaw, spent the week-end with Mr. aad and Mrs. Fred Ksnnf. Miss Cloutier, of Toronto, who is staying with Sirs. J. B. Turner, de- lightfully Verum" at (lie morning service at Knox church yesterday, and "The Lord is my> 'Allitsen, at the evening ser- vice. The public are cordially invited to attend the Empress theatre the even- ing of August 6th, when a special program will be put on through the kindness of the management for the benefit of the Daughters of the Em- Etfer-. vescent Sold, by J, p, HIGINBOTHAM CO.i LIMITED. Miss Kthe! Pcrley, daughter of Sir George Pcrley, has completed a spe- cial course of training in nursing, and is joining the staff of the Queens Canadian Military hospital, at Folke- stone. .Mr. K. H. Dohson, of the I.etll- bridge High school with his wife anil familv, arc at .present at Svlran lake, a popular summer resort, ueai Rod Deer. The members of the Alexander Gait Chapter I O.D.E., their husbands and friends of the 25th Batterv are re- minded of the gathering at Batterv Point, Henderson Park, tomorrow ev- ening, for the purpose o! putting the Point in good shape. The flag, which was donated by Mrs. will be hoisted and will float in honor of the members of the 25th Battery; who are serving their king and coun- try. The men will bring their garden tools and the ladies the supper. Tea and sugar will he provided. POPE HAS ISSUED PLEA FOR PEACE Rome, July the Holy S'nme of God. our heavenly Father, .nd Lord Jesus, whose blessed blood vas given as the price for 'human alvation, we .beseech vhom livine Providence placed at ;the heads of the belligerent nations to nd the bloody carnage, which, for a ear has dishonored Eiurope The foregoing Is the concluding paragraph of a new appeal which Pope Benedict XV. has issued to the rulers of the belligerent powers of 5urope to bring about peace It was published yesterday In the :ore Romano j GOES TO CANADA TO ENLIST Spokane, Wash.'. Aug Young, the second son of John J., Young, former publisher of the Cal- gary Herald, left yesterday morning, for Calgary, Alia., to join the fourth. Canadian overseas contingent, now being recruited, and he expected to be'ordered to the English training camps in the aeit lew -weeki, ;