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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AlHiL'ST 6, 1918 THE LRTHnniBGE DAILY HfilULD PAGE NINB ENDS Parasols DON'T MISS THE3E 11 only, of a special clearing line, at -t 9Q each 2 only, ot our Parasols to he sold at, each'. 4 only, White Embroiderer! Parasols. Regular l Turkish Towelling 2 rolls only of above of our regular 30c lino, to placed on the tables at HALF DAY PRICK 2Qc Towels 10 cloieu onlyj White with red pin stripes. HALF DAY PRICE 8c ea. or 15c pr. Turkish Towels 23 pairs Turkish Towels, size 18i36. HALF DAY PRICE 69c pr. The price is all the description these require. "Odds and odds and chosen with great discrimination to ensure a full day's.busmess in four hour's selling. Every Single Item is of Exceptional Merit So read them carefully over and come early to secure your share of these special offerings. FLANNELETTE [AORDINARY PALE BLUE FLANNELETTE. CD yards Soft as silk. Selling' at 35u yard, Hall Day Price........... WHITE FLANNELETTE. Ail ejlra Epedal. Limited 10 yards to tach customer, Half Day Price, yard STRIPED FLANNELETTE. ''sti'-' Inches vide. Our regular 30c line. Inches vide. Our regu Half Day Price, yanl WHITE OR GREY FLANNELETTE SHEETS. IS pairs only. Sheets 10-4 size. Worth today pair. Half Day ljrii-e, pair................. 2.29 Nainsook A small clearing line of about 70 yards of '.MS material, Iho regular price 0[ which Is 75c yard. HALF DAY PRICE 35c j Nainsook Another piece of about fifl yards, which must foe cleared CIUt. HALF DAY PRICE 25c CREAM CASHMERE A very limited quantity of this always wanted material usually relailiuK at 35c. HALF DAY PRICE 25c Black White Check Dress Goods 32 inches wide. A fjranJ washer and Ideal tor school and everyday -wear. Regular 35c yard. HALF DAY PRICE CALICO Pure white Calico, 'frco from dressing and fit for any imrnose, requiring thcso goods. Regular 3ac. HALF DAY PRICE 25 C Our 25c Hne of above for, 15c yard. Our 20c line of above for, IGc yard. Flannelette Sheets In pure white. Size 12-4.'Fall price for these la jiair. HALF DAY PRJCE Camisoles 15 only, Silk Camisoles to clear at less than wholesale prices. These are manufacturers' samples and a real snap at the price. Only 15, of them so be early. Regular up to 12.15 each. HALF DAY PRICE fflt 8 MILADT I from friends would, be appreciated (luring ihe. evetimgs. f Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Curtis, who have liten ihe guesis ol Inapector and Mrs. J. .Morgan for the past two days, re- turned yesterday to their home In Ed- monton. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis hnvo also been the guests of Or. and J. H. Rivera for time. THE ROSARY, IJinfl, I hn'it, I jimf, I prav-, My knitting Js my rosary. H And as I weave the attches.grey I murmur prayers coulnually. Grey a sigh, Grey hnot a wish, Grey row, a chain ot wistful prajrer. For thus lo sit and knit and This is of tho woman's share. And so 1 knit, And thia I'pray, And keep repeating night and day: "May God load gately those dear feet That soon shall wear this iveu o( -grey." Now and again A selHsh "strain; But surely woman heart inuat yearn And pray some day that she may hca! The sound of -footsteps that return! But IT, dear God, Not that, but If It must be sacrifice complete, Then 1 will trust afterward Thou guide home Uioqe pre- OIoui tett. 9 PERSONAL Mrs. B. Cowglll and Mrs. H. Wnrdle are regljtered at hotels In Nelson. Mr. anil .Mrs. J. Hiifner and Miss Al- berta Hufner have relumed from vls- illng at Waterton Lakes. Mre. Frank Wicks of 314 8th Slreal South, Miss Aniy Wlcita, Mrs. Archl- bat, Sllss Margaret anil MMler Frank Archlbal nare left to spenrt a Ticaiion at islairmore and other western potnls. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Cartwright have re- turned from camping at Waterton Lakes. Glenella Hardy has returned from spending a month at Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. A. Smiih and family and Yojinehusband of Ottawa are at .Waterton Lakea'yi'bere they .have taken a cottage, Mr3. Mitchell and family hare re- turned from thetr holidays. Mr. Fred Klrkby is visiting Leth- ritigu on business trip. Mrs. Logan and family are visiting friends at Diamond GKy. Afr. K. Bell has gone to the moun- tains'oti a fishing :expG.UUorL, MlM Tliomaa has Just return- ed from spending n week at Waterton Lakes. Mrs. W, S. McKae, who recently un- derwent a.''ierlous operation at Oall Hospital, id progressing favorably. Mrs. J. lltghfleld and Miss are vlsillng In Nelson, B.C. Mrs. 0, DoVebar left on Monday morning for a visit lo Nelson, Srma- fod DeVcber wUI join her on Friday and they will maha a tour through coaat province, visiting.Lrtfcc'lxiu- Iso and nanff on thcir'way home, Mfss Kennedy, Miss Ollvs Doe and Misses Ksta, Mary and ftyona Ifarle- man left by auto on Kiln day morning lo spend Iwo weeks under c.nivas at two They wllj be at least .v. T. Powell, superintendent of >nl3.q lor.s tor Southern Albsrta, 'WAS a visitor in lhn ctly yeatorday willi nov, J, K. HodgEna, later going to TaberY Mr; I'oweH ts tho successor to Hpv. A.' Balner who has been lately appointed Superintendent of Indian Missions'in The boys of United churcli tiro going Into camp at the' river bottom tof this week. They will be under !ho cure, ot Messrs, FSrnco and Hod- ,Tho camp Is located Just lo tho v c o 4 BOCIAL EVENTS c- c- 0 Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan entertained at a delightful dinner party last Fri- day evening in honor of their guests, Mm. C. A. Curtis of Edmon- Little Doris'AUvvood of Lethbrldge, who Is visiting at Kelson, celebrated lier _second birthday July wbeu she entertained a number of young friends at tea. Among those present were Margaret Campbell, Joan Mc- Gregor, Nancy and .Margaret Jarvls. Oiadys Hunk, Hector McGregor and Maaler Harold and Billy Holberton. ty Jtf'ff fl-