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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATU1UUY. AUGUST 3, 1918 THE LETHBRJDGE GAIL'S IIEKALn PAGE FIFTEEN THE .REGULAR T1 Cf L Taffeta bilk A beautiful quality of 36'in. width in colors Rose, Pale Blue, Saxe, Resida, Nigger Brown and White. Silk Crepe Five bolts only to be sold at this price in colors Mauve, Maize, Slate' Navy and in. wide. WORTH 75cyd: FOR Foulard Silk A beautiful two-tone Spot Foul- ard 36 in. wide, in color combina- tions of Rose with Green spot, Blue with harmonizing spots and Grey with spots that blend per- fectly. REGULAR yd. FOR Washable Satins This is a real snap. Sthe goods arrived too late for the. opening of the the reduced price. They are.36 in. wide, and colors are Green, Grey, Rose and Black. REGULAR yd.' FOR Series of Special-Events to be held SaUf During, the Entire 'MbntHbf August c du person or home. will'appear in due course. :ADS CAREFULLY r Triey will on "'Miladi" page. v; is admittedly, the qWetesl periodpf the year from the mer- riandismg are. content tp time-" luring that month, await the opening'up of Fall business. BUT THIS IS NOT OUR POLICY. Our aim is to do business, not merely during stated periods of the EVERYDAY.OF THE YEAR. f We have the values are confidently Assert that our'prices volume :pf business'and its steady growth testify to that. It only remains for us to convince you of the wisdom of taking advantage of the special prices prevailing during these'Daily Events'to fulfil our ambition of making Augustas good a merchandising month as any-in-the'year. We are well aware that extraordinary inducements must be held out to tempt you put these hot days; but a of our daily advertisement will amply repay you and convince you that during this month you can SAVE MONEY! ECONOMISE! EXERCISE REAL THRIFT! r The slogan "Buy' Now For.Trje' Future" is growing rapidly, and a very wise slogan'it is. Shortsighted indeed is the person who fails to res- pond to it. "BUY NOW FOR THE FUTURE." i TUES. will be WASH GOODS DAY 'Kahdy'Silks A really handsome range of Silks in 1-4 in.. 1-2 in.'and 3-4 in. stripes in beautiful colorings. Only a limited quantity to sell. 1EGULAR S1.50 yd. FOR I Jap pi Fifteen pieces of this Silk to, clear on Monday. Fifteen pieces and fifteen colors. Be early for this line. REGULAR 35cyd. FOR Ninon! A wide range of colors in these charming goods. Included are Green, Pink, Pale Blue, Cerise, Nigger, Saxs, Brown, Black and White, 36 in .wide. flrfie e Pailette Silks No! There is no -mistake re- garding the are really to be sold at 59c., absurd as that price may appear. The colors are Navy, Saxe, Blue, Grey. Rose. Brown and HeEo. MILADI NOT FOR OURSELVES. 4 Tomorrow, August 4, ts Remem- brance Day anniversary, (n ivliich wo enter upon the litth year of Ihc war. It will he celebrated In Great Hritnln, Franco, Ualy, China, Japan and Can- jiflfl, It la well at thin lime to keep in mind the great en USD tor' which are fighting and which Is penned In Ihc "following verec' by Edward A. Oiiest: NoL for ourselves In golden gain; Not for a bigger slrclch of land; Nui.ici'K liurl Not for n nalfon lo command! Wo lirave HID fight on land and sea, That suffering people shall go free, Heads high, we march Into the field Sjnnlng tlio songs cf_ free born men, Hiding 'no stains upon our shield, Having no cause ive dare not pen. Today our banners nrc unfurled Aft champions of a belter world, If ever a holy War was made, If over men havo died for truth, And drawn In honor's cause [ho hlade 11 it this strife which claims our youth. No selfish dittoing mars our thought Wo right, and die. as freo tnen ought, O. W. Allison loft today tt> join Mrs. Allison at Trocar.'', r." Mrs. Bletcher and family and Mrs. O. iW.. Leech and family are spending Iho week at Banff: Mr! and Mrs. A: E. Smith, -Master antl Lloyd anil Miss Eva Price cave tomorrow for Waterloo- Lakes to camp. Dr. and.Mrs. Rivers ami family liavo returned from visiting at Wafnrl Lakes. Mrs. J. Mitchell o! .Bow'island has lett for the east lo spend a month with mother and other relations "at Virdcn, Mrs. Rlcliartl I'lower ami Cranbrook, are visiting tho former's hrother, Mr. Albert Holt, ot Sth St.; for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. S. '.1.' Klrkliam and family and Mrs. T. F. Klrkham, have left for YVaterlon .Lakes 'where they have taken a cottage for a couple of weeks. HBV. Lqrnc and Mrs.'McTaylsh and family, Hev.'H. G: Btundeli ana" Her. K. Richard: and famltr. of Medicine Hal passed through the clly this week lo spend a vacation at Banff. The Lelhbrldgc Conservatory ol Music lias secured" the services, of Kathleen Muggins-i Miss' Sadie Hunter 1, Mrs. J. H: "Mitchell 15, Mrs. Laverlck 1. .Mrs. Wakelin 2, Mrs. Tlios. Short 1, Mrs..O. Short 1, Mrs. N'. W. Bailey 1, .Mrs. Clara Wright 'I, Mrs. A. Jlafrison 1, Mrs. Kreil Hick '1, Mrs. Wilson 5, .Mrs. W. II.. Holt 1. A ship- .eiit of socks is being sent to Iho soldiers today. ot the United Church held Ihetr regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon in the church hall..After Hie opening exercises Ihe scripture lesson was read Ity Mrs. Jackson, followed by a report from the record by Mrs. Smith gave a very nice sola alter .which an address on Japan taken from the study book was given by Mrs." Mcllvcna. WEDDINQQ Thursday August 1. 1818, at the Palliser Oolcia Uackues of Taber, was united to Mr. Stanley Clifford McUinnls, of.Carman- gay, by.Hcv. A. W. Whileman, ji- haiicla] secretary of Knpx church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGlnnls, also, of Carman- food cool "n-ilhout ice. T lie re is seldom a day in Alberta liat knows not a good breeze. Those deprived 'of ice can make use of this breeze. Put whatever you wish kepi cool In a iaVge pan as you would Eel It on a refrigerator shelf. Over this turn a pan, arid over all a cloth with the edges tucked tit the bottom pan. Pour on water enouEh to thoroughly saturate the cloth and have a little water-in the ibottom pan. Set this In the breeze and you will be surprised how cjool your ieeless refrigerator can he. Or better still fix a narrow box in a shady window. Make the side that grew and was laid out this square way reserved by Sir Alexander. Gait lor the bemjfjt ot the. town. In those days it became ati unlovely apace 'fenced around by low square posts, with a single chain running through, and openings at Us four cor- ners. If the old square coqld only lalk, what stories II could tell of many an exciting gamo of lacrosse that, has heen It, and many' a royal "row" that has been staged Ihero over Ihe decision of .some' un- forlunate umpire, iiow 'douMlesa de- ceased. No doubt; old sides wiggled with merriment the catches.tho breeze of canvas. Used as jay presplrlng contestants In the a refrigerator'this box will prove a I heat of a good strong Alberta sun wonder as'long as tills canvas (or ran ar0und-the cinder paths IhaUuf-, thick cloth) is roundea lt, on a ten mile heat. As -Header of Current bvenls. time ll''saw crickel, baie- OALT GARDENS. Miss Kirk led ycslerday mornlngito 'ns' teacher ot tinging aiiu August. Mrs. noberi Llvirigsforin and child- ren' wcrft-vlsltora In Nelson last Tuee- Miss May llopwond and Miss Kdlo Treed of Monlrcal arc guests ot Miss Uatsy Utissoll ol 2nd Ave. A, .Vortli. Jlr. and D. 'A. Blckell aro leav- ing loday to vlsd In Nelaon, Ii.0. TR, RoherL Barrownlan and fam- ily havo returned from holidaying al Iho elites. Miss SUnson and PERSONAL 44 4 Mrs. X, Finnomdro and daughter liavo returned from spending a vaca-' lion at -i ft 9 f 'rfn SUBSTITUTES. FOR ICE 'L r.- A correspondent sent (He useful OirFHIons for keeping Xumerou3 visitors lo Ihe city last w.eek remarked upon the beauty of Gait Gardens: The old square has over been 'a sharer In our Joys and sorrows and was doing its bit by looking ils preltlesl for the visitors. U has for so long been a sort of hub about which our plans revolve that It was fitting- ly chosen as (he centre for last week's activities. In no other city In the West is iere to.he found-such a charming nd restfii! right In tho entre of Ihc usual bare streets and avcments, bringing nature 'Into the carl of Iho clly. Ileglna has a park omewhat of. the same nature, but ot so strikingly: situated 'and certain- y not as beautiful. Tho careful plan- ning of Gall- uardens, Ils beautiful of flowers nnd rest- ill scats prove most Inviting to all veary mortals and who among us arc ,ol wearyfat one time or anolhert Old llmers'wili romcmbor Ihe. days when there- present, gardens were a palch of pralfle, a turning-ground for Die ox teams which hauled tlictr loads nto the Hlllc 'village of Lethbrldgc, then In Its Infancy. In the old days llicsc long heavily laden loads pulled from Mon- tflnn along''Iho "north Bldo of sent stiuaro'aud drew up In-front of a low Iramo building, the' of -the' L G. Maker Co., where Iho prwenl Hudson ftay Slore Is now sit- uated. These slow-moving slsllng usually of eight yokes ot oxen and three heavily la-ion wagons, need- ed a targe space for and so pulled around In a htiEO square, left vacant for uurpose, This was Ihe first origin of tho present (Jalt-fjar dens.'- "i When Hie old "narrow ruage" track ball, football, basket ball each In :urn, and the- old square wjll remem- lier the day when it was the. battle ground for a luigo carnival of three days' duration when "crazy houses" and "kalamazoos1'' f6ught for supre- macy Ibroiigb niegaphonest finally da- parllng leaving the sceno a mass ol confetti that taxed even the pctver o! our western winds to remove. Finally tho Gvenlful day Hie square was planted about with lall, unlovely, Iree-lrunks that needed only timo to blossom into their pre- sent magnificence. It Hien remained for i'.r. to plan and planl and coax it into' its present luxnriousness, a plea n t con trast to Its old bare ness- and a standing monument to the pros1 perity and advancement of the city. If the square was popular in the, old lacrosse days it still retains thBt pop- ularity, though of different sort. Always the teali filled with .peo- ple enjoying Its beauties, from ootflf: town visitors to mothers from crowded; apartments with their little, 'children finding the 'oppressiveness" ;of heated roomsi Vliriy have remark- cd their appreoUlIoti'st telng able to Use the park weH Aa to ''In this connection It MOTH sad think that the. park superintendent should have (0 complain'of children wilfully destroying his labor, as was the case ln; the spring; nor does it exhibit the right spirit to leave pieces of paper and rubbish Ijdng about when proper receptacles are placed thert'for the express purpose of receiving them. The latest addition to the park Is Iho very effective flag which was ar- ranged thte spring, and which was the object of much admiration last week. ELECTRICAL WORKERS GET D1Q INCREASE Washington, Aug. In- creases ot from 10 lo 20 per cent, wero awarded today by the War tabor Board to the employees of General Electric at Scienactady ud Pttti field, Mass. waa laid into tho (own Ihe daji o ox-lcams passed away and as ItiCitown Many VetMtxMt more than they worflst a few.. leas an values but BLUE'RIBBON W wbrtfi toon than it obite. ;