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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1018 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TUESDAY WASH GOODS DAY at THE BAY Special A lino of POPLINS in Biixe pale blue and salmon Also 3 pieces ot Kopp Goods In pink and re Regular SBc and FOR Palm BeachSuiting A lovely range of this popular material in stripes and self 36 inches REGULAR 95c FOR 79c Fancy Voiles In a charming array of fancy figurings of brown and grey tone This is full 40 inches REGULAR 50c FOR Figured Voiles This is a beautiful tan and green combination of unique Also 40 inches REGULAR 95c FOR 69c We Fully Expect Tuesday to be a BANNER DAY For what could be more enticing during this hot spell of weather than the pros pect of securing delightful washing material for a summer frock or blouse at such nominal prices as are quoted are all this seasons sonrls and perfectly reason at all to rcdurc prices except that stock taking is ovef and do not wish to carry them over to the next Ginghams A most handsome silk striped gingham in lovely combinations of peach with blue and and grey and Nothing pret tier on the REGULAR 75c FOR 36 Voiles A very dainty range of self voiles in three colors green and and at a special price to 36 Voiles An assorted clearing line in white checks and The colorings are too var ied to REGULAR 75c FOR 49c REGULAR UP TO 85c FOR Ginghams 20 pieces only in this line to go at A very varied range of stripes and self You must see SPECIAL PRICE 175c YARD Cream Serge Only a very limited quantity of this useful material The reg ular price runs up to and it is 42 inches Be early o secure you share of Uiis REGULAR TO YARD FOR YARD Special Ask for Butchers Fin ish 36 inches Regular SPECIAL AT 25G yard FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Arc you in the sensible buyer class or are you one of the great crowd of Indifferent buyers who leave selection to their dealers The sensible buyer does her buying at firsthand and not over the teie She goes out with her basket and picks what she She en courages the cash and carry system ami she beHeves in the Sho buys what is In She does not let herself bo beguiled by the thing that looks She en courage tho fish store all she can because fish spoils conservation of She studies tho commercial page as religiously as she does tho womans page because there she Hinds tho market She adds tho final touch o sensible Inlying by steering clear as far as uos siblo of wheat of beef and of By such means she is becom ing not only a sensible but also a pat riotic PERSONAL Miss McCann is a visitor at the Matthews and son Albert ruturned on Saturday from visiting at Sharman left this morning to visit at 3 and Ritchie and fam ily havu gone to Elko lo spend tho holiday Kenny and little daugh ter loft tmlay for where they will spend souui I in s and Long of Medi cine 1 former residents ot Loth bridge are visitors at the Un fortunutuly it is on account ot ill luullli that Ltmg lias bemi olilig ad to go and Fleming and fam ily are leaving toduv for Stanley Buchanan of Edmon spent Sunday in the city visiting i Nora Anderson and Mary his and After dainty refreshments the child ren bid their hostess goodbye thank ing her for a pleasant and Perry have left to visit in Vancouver and other and Linton are guests at tho Vancouver Hotel In Van has left for Banff for two accompanied by and little daughter Burns is spendins a vaca tion at Waterton Donaldson is a visitor at Bowman and family have left to spend a vacation at Inspector and Morgan have returned from spending a month in The friends of Miss Blagbtirn will regret to hear of her Illness in Gait Holt accompanied by Miss Gladys Holt and Dud Leslie urn Walter have left to visit In Medicine Hat CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES SOCIAL EVENTS The regular meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter was held in the hall Friday was voted to the Frank for the Balfour to the Red and to the Macedonian and Montenegrin Relief It was decided to rent cushions during Chautauqua week at a small Hodlunds section of the Re bekahs will not Henderson Park tonight but will meet later In the On August Gth the Adult and Young Peoples Bible Class of United Church Sunday School are giving a birthday social on the grounds of the United Church hall at 7 oclock in evening in honor of the members of the two Names are as follows Fred Holmes and Master John whoso birthdays fall In this The proceeds will go towards charitable causes in A good program of is Miss Annie whose marriage to Carlyle is to take place was presented with two hand Koma silver vases by the members of the staff of the city hall last Miss Sang has been there for several years and is one of the most popular members of the 9 A crowd of little girls on joyed gulling acquainted with Miss Holon Wright of who is visiting her First yesterday Wrights shady lawn made u fine phi y ground for the little folks and Inter in tlm afternoon a drawing contest took attention and Mitt UMtthy Crawford and Miss Helen Wright were the lucky winners of the The guests were Jean Dorothy Patricia Kathleen Ada and in the the visit of the editors to Buckingham editor of the Edmon ton It was indeed a privilege for the Canadian newspaper representatives to have met tlu King and Queen and the Princess The informal char acter of the occasion and their famil iarity with Canadian conditions was extremely pleasing lo the members of he who wengrouped accord ing to Press delegates from east to west were afforded in turn an opportunity for Intimate dis cussion of their own sections of Can The crop situation in the west was the only subject for although its import j ance was largely recognized in the present In addition to the ser vices of the Canadian army the King i paid high tribute to the young Cana dians who hud joined tho Royal Although born far inland these young Canadians to have preserved Iho traditions of I ho sea and are rapidly becoming expert as gunners and sea The KlnK remarked that as surances were clear us to Canadas determination to continue in tho strug gle untjl a settlement was gained and paid special tribute to tlio courage and sacrifices of the French Ills pleasure was made clear at the knowledge that Americans warp in the war with such definite purpose and such gallant U is perhaps betraying no military secret to repeat one statement made liy tile King who eaid that In reply to 11 query of his ad dress Friday to an American general as to how many fighting men from the United States could he depended upon without seriously affecting the essen tial operations at home and without jeopardizing the of the he was told that at least an army of men were enger and willing to take their part and would he forth coming if Scott of Milk River will preach at both services next at Collectors of tho Ladies Aid meet in Ladies Friday ut MonUlJjr mooting of lliu official ccout meeting is withdrawn for thli but will meet on Tuesday evening of next at meeting of the session in the Tuesday at a social wMl bo ofivnu by tho jiddt and young peoples departments at the Wednesday at prayer meeting in the church Thurs day at tlu Ladies Aid Friday at quarterly official board of the church meets in thu evening at teachers HHHIIIIK in the parish at Hoy Scoutd Little Lad Fell Into Elk River is at the Front Special to the Ilernld most lamentable drowning accident occurred in West Fernie last Friday afternoon when the threeyearold little son of and fell into Klk River and disappeared without being noticed by his Search was once instituted for tho body but without success until oclock this afternoon when Pro vincial Constable accompaiv ied by Major a neighbor found the body at the edge of a log jam about five hundred yards down stream from where tho child had dis The father of the little follow is at the serving in the Lnd and there are five children to mourn with their griefstricken moj the loss of their little who wa three years and three months of The oldest a is and the a little two and a half years Townsend was a miner before KIng to the front in the 103rd Bat and hud lived for several years in West The slory told by tho children who were at the river bank when the drowning took place is somewhat but as near as I can be judged from the the little boy was playing beneath a largo stump which overhung the hiding him from the view of his play mates when they were on top of the and while they were out of sight he must have ventured out into the stream where the current ran and ot sight before tho others returned to where they had last seen There is no doubt as tf the acciden tal nature of tho sad there being no Inquest held upon thrf body which was at once taken tlia undertaking parlors of George Thom son where It will be prepared for The sympathies of the whole com munity go out to the bereaved mother and so far from his dear and to the little brothers and sisters of tho bright little boy whose life light suddenly gone But Will Sing One Verse of O Canada First a disputch sent out by this service on August It was stated that the Great War Vet erans Association have decided to re place the British National God Save the with O Can ada at the close of branch The foregoing was not the sense of the resolution passed by the conven which reads as follows That Ihe singing of one veree of O Canada precede the singing of the National Anthem at the Dominion con vention and that this convention rec ommend to the branches of the Great War Veterans Association that whenever the National Anthem is sung it be preceded by the singing oC one verse of O FORCE SERBS TO li learned from a trustworthy Serbian source that a notice calling up all the Serbian male population between the ages ot 17 and has been published In a Belgrade This new outrage upon the unprotected Serbian population appears to mean the collective forced recruiting of Serbian for the purpose of collecting of the harvest for thh AustroHungarlan military It is possible that la the very near future farmers may be unable to pur chase coal ia without first securing a permit trom City Fuel Controller The Grand Trunk pension plan re tires its employees when they have meet in the Westminster school gym1 reached the age of liu The pen Friday at intercession ser Christian Wednesday at Ladins Aid meat at tho home ot C 7th Wednes day at prayer by I of continuous service on the highest the meeting of the official board I average rate of The em Christian u I iloyeea make no contrihution to the regular testimony I uui slon committee has power to retire them at sixty years of No pension is at u lower rate thM per an tile annual allowance being cal culated at one per for each year Lethbridge Chautauqua August 12th to 17th inclusive SIX JOYOUS DAYS A Limited Number of Season Tickets are on sale by the com mittee until noon of opening day at War tax After that time they advance to They are transferable only within tho owners immediate Single Admiisloni to the various sessions amount to nearly three llnes the cost of a season Rven though you attend hut a few ft Is economy to buy a season Childrens single admissions approximately half Write or see Sherlock Building The Home Town Spirit Contributed to Dominion Chautauqua Talk by Ned of Life and Judge Fame 1 put the pep and ginger in the burg that I 1 try to drive away the 1 see the good and griib it I pave Iho Bfeots andlight em up and keep naj nfcsly I guard the public budget so the money wont be 1 make u and Joyful noise that all tho world may hear Please let me in troduce am the Home Town I advocate each enterprise to ben efit the people I build he the water the smokestack and the The factory and hospital arise at my I force toe right eous settlement of every public ques The and read ing rooms 1 boost by word and action and drop my money in tho hat With joy and The best Is not too good lor community I live tor Im the Home Town Spirit and Im not afraid of 1 gladly sign the contract and I hustle like tarnation to bring the big Chautauqua here with all its in To spread the gladsome news abroad Im tireless in my I boost the season ticket sale among my friends and I pound my drum and cymbals and arouse enthusiasm and drive the pes simistic blues from anyone who hat Success is ours Its bound to be theres nothing that can Three cheers for for I am the good old Home Town ;