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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 3, Ifllfl THE uvninniDOK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVH [THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S STOCKTAKING SALE Many More Lines of Merchandise have been marked down for Friday and Saturday f Many Notable Bargains to be found in the Ladies'Ready-to- Wear Section A big (ablclul of ODD LIXEH AFT-K1J STOCKTAKING will be I'oiind at less than half regular prices among these SATIN UNDERSKIRTS Regular fur....... SATIN UNDERSKIRTS Regular for ___ SATIN UNDERSKIRTS Regular Sfi.uo Tor SILK COMBINATIONS Regular 51.9.T for CHILD'S SERGE DRESS Regular f3.75 for CHILD'S SERGE DRESS Rngulur 51.00 for LADIES WAISTS. In ull also with colored collars and cuffs nml HpoUcMf stylos. Regular to Tins very newest. L'leau up Sale.. rj f 3 C CHILD'S SERGE DRESS Regular for LADIES' WAISTS Regular Sl.fiO for LADIES' PYJAMAS llQfular ?3.7fi for CHILD'S WOOL UNDERSKIRTS Regular S1.2S for BRASSIERES Hetsulur for BEAUTIFUL SILK WAISTS. and white colors: Regular Clean up Sale COLORED SILK UNDERSKIRTS. In pretty shades. Regular Clean up Sale In 50c 75c fleslj AND MANY OTHER E9UALLY GOOD BARGAINS. All Colored Muslin WASH DRESSES at a real Bargain Clean Price. Dn-ssos for 75 -S'18'.50 Dresses for 9 50 ..12.25 s.25 5-50 5.50 6.50 3.25 3.50 Boots and Shoes are to be Cleared at these Clean-up Prices Ladies'White Buck But- toned OxfordN Very neat and dressy. Sizes A 3 and SV6 only. Regular 16.00. Ladies' Viei Ivid Boots In blucliei style. A neat shoe. 2% to 3V4. To Clear.nt, 'Boys'-Tan Calf Oxfords In blucher style. A good wearing shoe for a boy. Sizes to -1. While they last, pair Ladies' Tan Calf Oxfords In buiton and blucher styles. Worth up to 55.00. To Clear Ladies'Tan Calf Boots In button' and blucher style Sizes up toM only. Regular ?3.00. A-t HA Clean up Sale Price Children's High Cut Boots In button style and of gun- rf metal, black and tan, Sizes Sizes S to 10'-. AI fn To Clear Jjl.OU 'Friday and Saturday GROCERY H. P. SAUCE bottle WORCESTERSHIRE 2 bolllns BACON. .Finest pea- Ily tho piece 23c SAUCE 25c 27c OLIVES, Special Lollies CUSTARD POWDER All Flavors CARDSTON CREAMERY BUT- TEA AXI) HUG AH SPECIAL His. Finest B. Snji-iii- I Ib. Naiad u Tea Week Kml iSpeeinl ROAST PORK, witli dressing. Corned Beef and Cooked A A Main. Sliced, per Ib... 'tUC CHEESE. 'Finest Ontario AC Hpeeial, '2 pounds...... TlOC MACONOCHIES MIXED np PICKLES. On Sale' Sack MOTHERS FAV- ORITE FLOUR 49 It) Sack___ 98 tt) Sack CORN MEAL, White or OQ Yellow, 10 Ib. sack J3t DR. RUSK'S CHICK FOOD 25 It) Sack 50 IT) Sack GRAHAM FLOUR 10 Ib.' sack .___ FLOUR 10 Ibs............ GcnSJADE 9 Ib. Sack RYE 4 WHEAT FLOUR 10 Ib. sack............. 39c 39c 45c 50c Do not miss this opportunity to savp half the regular prices on Staple Goods Housefurnishings at a Great Reduc- tion for Friday and Saturday Washable liudroom only. All wool in grey, fawn ami green colors. Sixes 2% by yards. yds. by :l yds. Regular jlS.r.o to" 120.00. All one price to clear Mohair Kugs In Rose, grey and red colors. A. sixes. Silk Cords For trimmings. Mercerized ed.aing in assorted colors. Regular ISc to'l'iie. All to Clear at. yard Cretonnes In reversible colors. English :i2 inches Keguliir -I0c. Clean Cp Sail-, yard HO.U-. C'loau up Mohair and Plush Table He- Clean up Cloan up Snow Flake Voile 2 pieces only of fine Snow Flake Voile with double colored borders. Cream grounds. Regular (Ijic. Clean up Price, yard 39c Covers Eight by four in green and red shades. Regular ?7.00. Half Price, eaeli A A A j, NICKEL REFINERY AT PORT COLBORNE Ottawa. Aug. is an- nounced .hero that the nickel refinery which will be estab- lished in Canada by the Inter- national Nickel Trust will be located at Port Colborne, On- tario, where a site has been secured, Have you smoked Cigars lately? 'INobleuiaii' OF Lethbridge will get no water from ni'y spring at Spring Cowleo. That was lecisivelv fixed yesterday afternoon when Comniissiontjrs Grace and Free- man took a trip to learn of the mys- erious supply. The big spring is on the farm of a farmer named Harris here. The well was drilled a few years ago and at that time flowed to he capacity nf an eight inch pipe.'to- lay, however, it is not producing a stream a quarter aV large, so, any iopc in that direction was abandoned orthwith. So the filtration plant is lie only hope of pure water now. and citizens will have the final say in that natter on August 13th. Preparations are complete for the demonstration to be held tomorrow- evening; in celebration of the second anniversary oE tlie opening of the war. The parade, which is under the direc- tion of Supt. Pennefatuer, and which will include patriotic societies, mount- ed soldiers recruiting here, Salvation army and hands and others, will assemble at the post office at 7.30 and will proceed via 4th, avenue, 10th street, 3rd .avenue, street to the Gait Gardens, where patriotic speeches will be made and patriotic songs sung, the choirs of the city leading! A very attractive pro- gram has been prepared. 'ROYAL YEAST bMi> ysmit for quarter a century; Bread baked with Hayal will keep freih and mol.t lontor than that made with any other, ao that a full wtek't lupplj :oan easllx bo at one baking; and the last loaf will a> good ae the first. MACC IN CANADA EXtf GJLLETT COMPANY UMTTED TORONTO. ONTv MONTI ICE CREAM SOCIAL Westminster Church TONIGHT LIGHT REFRESHMENTS MUSIC EVERYBODY .WELCOME .j, AMERICAN LEGION Alfred R Parsonage joined up with the 21 Hh American Legion'Battalion yesterday- This unit is still getting a considerable number of men in: the Lethbridge district. 'J RAiLWAY CORPS Recruiting is verly lively for this j popular battalion in Tjethbridge, six moro splendid signed up yes- terday as follows: George Friend, from the Provincial Telephone Sys- tem; T. M. Klrkconnell, Frances W. Syms, Francis C. Robinson, William .T. Birth, all locomotive engineers, and firemen; and John C- jMartin, from the post .office staff. Twelve more recruits will bring the strength up to fifty that will leave Lethbridge with tho 239th battalion. The recruiting oilice is open daily and every evening at 8 o'clock In the Victoria Miujiions office, Fred W. Downer is always on hand to give the desired information lo those wlioVare interested in the Hallway Construction Corps, For Kitchen and Table use. ThcOrisinnl and Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.1... PfClldent AIRD. General Manaadt H. V. F. JONES. An'tGeoeril V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at eyery branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may te deposited or withdrawn in this way at satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. ww Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgi ;