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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AIT.UST 3, 1018 I THE LUTMHRIDGE OAItA IIEHALD PAGE NINE w 5J.S TUES WASH GOODS DAY at "THE BAY" Palm BeachSuiting range of this popular material in plaids, stripes and sell colors. 36 inches wide. REGULAR 95c FOR 79c Fancy Voiles In a charming array of fancy figurings of brown and grey tone effects. This is full 40 inches wide. REGULAR 50c FOR 39c Special A lino ot POPLINS In blue, pale blue and salmon pirt. Also 3 pieces of Keiin Goods In Base, pink ana .re- seda. Regular Sac anil FOR p. l 17 figured Voiles This is a beautiful tan and green combination of unique design. Also 40 inches wide. REGULAR 95c FOR 69c We Fully 'Expect Tuesday to be a For what could be more enticing during this hot spell of weather than the pros- pect of securing cool, delightful washing material for a summer frock or blouse at such nominal prices as are quoted here. are all thts reason's Roods perfectly reason at all to reduce Hie prices except that stock" taking is ovcj and we do not to. carry them over to the next inventory. Ginghams A most handsome gingham in lovely combinations of peach with rose, blue and purple, and grey and blue. Nothing pret- tier on the market. REGULAR 75c FOR 59c 36 in. Voiles A very dainty range of seli voiles in three colors only. Sky, green and sand, and at a special price to clear. REGULAR 75c FOR 49c 36 in. Voiles An assorted clearing line in white stripes, plaids, checks and fancies. The colorings are too var- ied to detail. REGULAR UP TO 85c FOR Ginghams 20 pieces only in this line to go at A very varied range of checks, stripes and self colors. You must see these. SPECIAL PRICE 1 YARD Cream Serge Only a very limited quantity of this useful material left. The reg- ular price runs up to yard, and it is 42 inches wide. Be early to secure you share oC this bargain. REGULARTO YARD FOR YARD .29 1 Special "Ask for No. 5291." Butcher's Linen Fin- ish Suiting. 35 Inches wid'e.' Regular '35c., SPECIAL AT FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Aro you In Iho "sensible" buyer class or aro you one of the great crowd of Indifferent Ihiyers who leave selection lo their -dealers? The sensible buyer does her buying at not .over i phone. She goes out with her basket and iticks what she wantg. She en- courages the- cash arid carry system arrJ shp'beHcves In the groceteria: buys what Is In season- She docs not let herself bo fcngulleil by tbo tiling that, looks tempting. 'She en- courage; Iho fist) store all she can hfecauso' fish spells conservation, of meat. She' studies llio commercial page'as religiously as she docs tbe ton, spent Sunday in tbc city visiting Is parents, Hev. and-Mrs. Wra. Buch- anan, Sir. and Mrs. D. have lea to visit In Vancouver and other points. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I'ioton arc guests at the Vancouver Hotel In Van- Mrs, n. Meeds, left for Banff for two weeVs, accompanied by Mrs. n. Needs, Jr., and little daughter Beatrice. llev. w. p. Hums Is snendlns a vaca- tion at Waterton Lakes. Sirs. li. 51. Donaldson Is a visitor at Ellto, B. C. Mrs. C. n. lionman and.family have 15 IUI page because Ihere she tllnds IU. C. the market nrlces. adds Iho FiiiaMouch to sensible buying by steering clear as far fis left to spend a vacation .at Proctor, sible of wheat beef ami ot bacon. By such means she Is becom- ing not only a sensible but also a pat- riotic buyer, 1 A to go ticre. Inspector and Mrs. J. Morgan have from spending a month in Jfr, and Mr's-.O. M. Klcmlng ana fam- ily are leaving toilnv for Coburg, Onl. Mr. Stanley A. Buchananof Kdmonton- The friends of Miss. Blagburn will regrcl to hear of her illness in OaU Hospital. 5trn. W. H. Ifoil iccompanleil by Miss Gladys Holt (ind-Messrs. Dud- ley, Leslie and Walter Holt, have left lu visit In Proctor, B. C. .Vora Anderson and Mary Kenrlck. After -dainty refreshments the child- Yen bid their hostess good-bye [bank- ing her 'for a pleasant "viedlclue Hat NeVs. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES EVENTS 4 Mfss Annie Sang, whose man'la go to Mr. Ix r. la to. lako place shortly, was presented with two hand- some silver vases by the members of the staff of the oily hall last week, Sang has been there for several years and Is one of the most popular members of tho staff, A happy crowd of little girfs joyed getting acquainted with Miss Helen Wright of l.eth bridge, who la visiting her aunt, Mrs. Al M. Wright, First St., yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Wright's shady lawn rartdo a fine playground'for tha little folks nnd later (n the nflernoon aVrtraw __ contest look thotr attention: and Mlti Dofttkf Crawford and Msg Helen Wright were (he lucky winners of tho Tho guests were Jean Wright, Oorolhy Crawford, Palrfctt Tcrrlll. Knlhlccn 'Phjljlps, Adfl The regular meeting of Iho Ma'or Jack lloas Chapter I.O.D.B. was belli in tho K. P. halt Friday evening. was voted lo thr. Frank Sanitarium, for the Balfour Sanitarium, 5100 I to the. lied Cross, and to the Serbian, Macedonian nnd Afontcncgrln Belief fand. It was decided to rent- cushions during Chautduqua week at a caiall fee. Mrs. Hedlund's section of the He- hehahs will not at Henderson Park tonight hut will meal later In the week. On August Gth the Adult nnd Young People's Hible Class of United Church Sunday School are giving n birthday social on the grounds of the United Church Unll at 7 o'clock in tho evening In honor of tho members of the two classes. iVames are as follows: Mr3: T. Shaw, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Mrs. Fred Holmes and! Master John Miller, whose blrflidnys fall In tills month. The. proceeds will go towards charitable causes" In I.ethbridge. A good program of songs, readings, Is provided- London, Aug. the visit of thfi editors lo llucfcingham 1'alace, ton Journal, scld; "It iv a s Indeed a privilege for thcv Canadian newspaper representatives to have met the King nnd Queen and the Princess 31ar.v, The informal char- actor of the occasion and their famil- iarity ivith Canadian conditions was extremely pleasing to the members of (he jiarly, who vrero grouped accord- ing "to urovineea: Press delegates from eastt to were alforded in tunnnn-opportunity for inUrnate dis- cussion of their own aecilons of Can- ada." The crop sit nation in the west was; not, however, the only subject for although its import- Mpas largely rerognJzed in Hie present crisis. In addition to the ser- vices of the Canadian army paid-high tribute to tho young Cana- dians who had Joined tho Royul KHVJ. Although born far inland these young Canadians seem to Jiavu jirvaurvKtl lite traditions of Urn sea and .arc rapidly becoming expert as gunners and sea- The remarked that as- intbeCft? Cburcbee csr Scott of Milk River prcadi ai both services noxt'Sund nt p. Collectors of tho Ladles' Aid meet In ladles' parlor. Friday el MfralUiy me filing of tho official hoard. Tin geotit rnoeling ta withdrawn for Ihli week, win meet on Tuesday next week. at mcctmg of the session Jti tho hall. Tuesday at 7, n aotlftl will be by the a1 Liltlc Fell Into Elk River is at the Front (Special to the HcrnlJ! Fernie, Aug. most lamentable drowning accident occurred In West Ferm'c last Friday afternoon when the three-year-old little boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Townseud, fell into KJk Klver nrid disappeared without behig noticed by liia playmates. Search was at once Instituted for (ho body but without success until o'clock lliia afternoon when Pro- vincial tlonstablo McXally, accompaa- ie3 by Major Gray, a neighbor boy, found the body" at the edge of a log- jam about five hundred yards down stream from where the chlM ha.rl dis- appeared. The father of the little Icllow Is at the front, sen-Ing In the 2nd C.M.H.I and there are- left five ch'tltlren to mourn with their grlef-RlrfcIren mo- the 1094' of their little .brother, who wn "Ihree years and three months of The oldest child, a girl, fourteen, arid the youngest; a little boy, two half years old. Mr. was a miner before going to tho front In the 103rd Bat- But Will Sing One Verse of 1 "0 Canada" First Toronto, .Aug, a dispatch ient out by tbls service on August 2, t was stated that the Oreat War Vet- erans1 Association have decided to rc- ihce the British National Anthem, 'God Sacd (he with "0 Can- ida" at the clpjie of branch meetings. The -foregoing was not tho" sense of ,he resolution passed by ,the convcn- iioii, which reads as follows: "That the singing of one ot '0 Canada" precede the singing of Hie N'ationaJ Anthem nt tho Dominion con- rention and that Ihls conventtpft rec- ommend lo the branches Great tvas made clear at Iho knowledge lhat American! In the war .with such definite purpose no military secret .to repeat one'statement marte the King who said lhat In reply lo a finery of ml- ilrcsa; Friday lo an -American general as to'how maiir fighting'mori from tha United States could hn depended upon without seriously affecting tho essen- tial operations at homeland without jeopardizing .the spirit of Iho people, he was told lhaf at least an army of men were eager'and filling to lake thofr part and would be forth- coming It ncccsflary." and young -people's departments ;at ftie hall, Wednesday at S, prayer mfce'llng1 {n the church parlor. Thurs- day at Z'.ZQ, the ladles' Aid meeting. Friday at quarterly official hoard [can he judged from the surroundings, tho little b6y.was playing beneath a largo slump which overhung the hank j him from tho view of his play males when they were on lop of the bank, and whflo they were out o sight he must have ventured out fnlo the fit ream Vhero tho current rat; swiftly, and out before the others returned lo where (hoy had last aeon hfm. There is ho doubi afl tho a c eld en lal nature of tho sad occurrence (here being no Inquest helil upon body which was at once- taken ,to the umlcrtnking parlors of George Thorn son where- It wJH be nrepared for burial. Tho sympathies of Iho whole com miinity go out lo the bereaved molher anil father, so far from his dear ones, and lo the littlo brothers and alsleM of 'UdJo boy whoae llfo- JlgM' ha A gone out. of the church meets in Uio hall, opening at meeting )ii the- parish The pensioji plan ro- hall, .Wednesday nt Hoy Scouta tires Ms- employees when they have tiieet Id the Westmlnfiler school gym-1 reached tho age of 65 years. Tho pen FrWay at S, intercession ser- ni commiaee, ha? power [o retire them at sixty years of ago. No pension l.i si a r.Ue IhM per an Christian af Ladles' lh'6 Homo of Mra. num. thVannual allowtaco being cal C, 305 7lh Aye. I cutafctl at one per cent for each year r. S, rfiectlng Wife 5, testimony meeting, avcfago raio oi earnings Tho em iloyees mnke no contriliullon to the War Veterans' Association that whenever the National Anthem Is auug it be preceded by the singing ot one verse ot '0 Canada1.11 .5 London. Aug. fa teamed from trustworthy, Serbian "source, that.a notice calling "up all the Serbian malt population between the ages of 17 and 55, has heen published tn a Belgrade newspaper. This new outrage upon the unprotected Serbian population appears to mean the collective forced, recruiting of SerbUni for the purposo of rolle'cllng of the harvest for thb rnlllU'ry It Is possible that in. thirvery near future farmers may be unable lo pur- chase coal la London, Gut., without tlrat securing a permU. from City Kuel Controller McCallum. ua August 12th to 17th inclusive SIX JOYOUS DAYS A Limited Mun-ibcr of T'ckeis hrc on sale by the com- mlttfie until noon of .the opening day at War tax extra. After lhal tltijc they advance to They are transferable only within tho owner's Immediate family. Single to.the various sessions amount to nearly three Hues the cost oi a season ticket. Kven Ihovgh you attend hut a few it Is. econotny buy a season UckeL ChlltJrcn't Einylo admissions [ipproxironiely half price. Write or see WJ J. LLOYD, Sherlock Building. Lethbrtdge. The Home Town Spirit Contributed to Dominion Gjwulauqua Talk by Ne'J Woodraau. ol a'ne) "Judge" Fame i I pep and hnrg lhal I Inhabit. I try lo drive away the Tyrone. 1 see goiil. and grjb H, 1 pave tho stTOUtfi. aifd- llglil 'em up and keep 'nm nicely liundertil. f guard (he public budget- so 'tho money won't bo EqunmlorM. I fnaVe a large and Joylul no.lac.lhal all Iho world may hear II. Please let'mi In- troduce am lhc'H6rao .Town Spirit; -V. I advocalo cdch enterprise (o ben ofil (he people; bullil the brlilee, (he water lower, tlie imokesta'dcartd the sleeple. The and hosplla! it my suggestlort I tores ilia flghl eoua Acttloitient of every pubtlc'ques- tion. Tbe churches, schools las rooms 1 by word and action and'drop my money In tho hat .with joy and aalisfactitm. The best la nol tod good for Ihla community 1 live'In, for I'm Ibo Home Town Spirit and I'm rioi afraid of glvinV ;1 gladly sign tho contract and: I tiuallo like lornallon lo bring the big Chautatiqtia hero with all its In: snlrallon. To spread gladsprno'. news abroad I'm tireless In my labors, f boost thd season ticket Hie among my frlenda and neighbors.'I jMnnd. drum arid a'td, arouse enthusiasm and drive Ibe pes- simistic blues from anyone 'cm. Success la to'.be; there s nothing that quter. It Three cheers for me, lor I am Iho good old Home ;