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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE LtmmmnnK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINfc WEDN ODDS 11 i i ENDS HALF Parasols DONT MISS THESE 11 of a special clearing at each 2 of our Parasols to he sold 4 White Embroidered Regular JQ Turkish Towelling 2 rolls only of above of our regular 30e to placed on the tables at HALF DAY PRICB 2Oc Towels 10 White with red pin HALF DAY PRICE or Turkish Towels 29 pairs Turkish size HALF DAY PRICK 69c The price is all the description these Odds and odds and eicls chosen with great discrimination to ensure a full days business in four hours Every Single Item is of Exceptional Merit So read them carefully over and come early to secure your share of these special Fl ANNFIFTTF EXTRAORDINARY 1 1 Li 1 1 PALE BLUE GO yards Soft as Sellingat 35c Half Day Price WHITE An extra Limited 10 yards to each Half Day yard 16c STRIPED 4 30 Inches Our regular 30c Half Day WHITE OR GREY FLANNELETTE IS pairs Sheets 104 Worth today Halt Day Nainsook A small clearing line of about 70 yards of this the rngular price of which is 75c HALF DAY PRICE 35c Nainsook Another piece of about fiO which must be cleared HALF DAY PRICE 25c CREAM CASHMERE A very limited quantity of this always wanted material usually retailing at HALF DAY PRICE Black White Check Dress Goods inches A washer and ideal for school and everyday Regular 35c HALF DAY PRICE 22c CALICO Pure white free from dressing and fit for any requiring these Regular HALF DAY PRICE 25c Our 25c line of above Our 20c line of above Ific Flannelette Sheets In pure Size Fall price for these is HALF DAY PRICE Camisoles 15 Silk Camisoles to clear at less than wholesale These are manufacturers samples and a real snap at the Only 16 of them so be Regular up to HALF DAY PRICE MILADI from friends would be appreciated during the I and who have been the guests o Inspector and Morgan for the past two rn turnecl yesterday ID their homu in Ed and Curtis have also been the guests of and Rivers for j o THE WAR I 1 1 I My knitting is my And as I weave the sttches grey I murmur prayers Grey Grey Grey a chain of wistful For thus to sit and knit and Thla is of war the womans And so I And thus I And keep repeating night and day May God lead safely those dear feet That soon shall wear this web of Now and again A selfish strain But surely woman heart must yearn And pray some day that she may hea The sound of footsteps that return But dear Not but if H must be sacrifice Then I will trust that afterward Thou wilt guide home those Oioui PERSONAL Cowglll and Wardle are registered at hotels in and Htifner and Miss Al berta Hufner have returned from vis iting at Waterton Frank Wicks of 914 8th Street Miss Amy Archi Miss Margaret and Master Frank Archibal have left to spend a vacation at Blalrmore and other western and Evans and and Cartwright have re turned from camping at Waterton i Miss Glenella Hardy has returned from spending a month at and Smith and family and Younghusband of Ottawa are at Waterton Lakes where they have taken a Mitchell and family have re turned from their Fred Kirkby is visiting Leth bridge on a business Logan and family are visiting friends at Diamond Bell has gone to the moun tains ou a fishing Misa Leans Thomns has Just return ed from spending a week at Waterton who recently un derwent a serious operation at Gait ia progressing and Hfghfield and Hlghfield are visiting in DeVeber left on Monday morning for a to Sana tod DeVeber will join her on Friday and they will make a tour through the coast visiting Lake Lou ise and llanff on their way Misa Miss Olive Doe and Misses Mary and Viyona Harle man left by auto on Sunday morning to spend two weeks under canvas at They will be gone at least two superintendent of missione for Southern was a visitor in thu flly yesterday with later going to Powell Is the successor to Bainer who has been lately appointed Superintendent of Indian Missions in Ilio boys of the United church are going into camp at the river bottom for this They will be under he care of Mruce and Hod The camp is located Just to the right of the railway bridge and a visit o o SOCIAL EVENTS and Morgan entertained at a delightful dinner party last Fri day evening in honor of their and Curtis of Edmon Little Doris Attwood of who is visiting at celebrated her second birthday July 30th when she entertained a number of young friends at Among those were Margaret Jean Nancy and Margaret Gladys Hector McGregor and Master Harold and Hilly CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o Uosewarns section ot the lle bekahs will meet at the Red Cross rooms for sewing tonight at W The Thistle Sowing Circle will meet with 7H2 13th Street on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross There will no more meetings of the Girls Auxiliary until the tirat week in 4 MUST NOT EXPECT WHITE Following is nn extract from a re cent statement fnmi The Canada Pood Uonrd to tio Caiiudlan Press The public imisi not expect white To demand white bread is unpatriotic at a Mini1 when nil required lo 1130 substitutes for wheatflour in broad The darker the llio more likely it is that the bakir lias complied with the boards bread con j talning subit it utis In tho proportion j stipulated by tin Canada Food Board is fully as nuiriiiuus und evon more healthful Hum made from tbu vvhitH pal em lour of former In thf when it Is necessary fur IM to stretch our dim inished wheat supply until the next and do nil in our to share our wheat with the pebplo ovor tho fond hoard appeals to tho public 10 appreciate tho situation and to inalte it us iusy as possible for thu bakers to uso the required amount of OF ALLIED NAT Canadian Press Dispatch from Renters Referring to the telegram of Sir Rob ert Borden to the cabinet in pledging Canadas assistance and which was mentioned by the Duke of Connaught at the Canadian the Dally Telegraph says It is well to be reminded that this whose recent speeches among us have so clearly rung with a resolve that is still unshaken among lie free communities of the was among the first to proclaim the solidarity of the Dominions with Great In which our enemies refused to This was not the least of their The part played by Canada has been com pletely worthy of the high confidence which dictated Sir Robert Bordens Canadians have made for themselves an imperishable name in the history of arms and there is no allied force with a richer share In MOVER EIGHT MILLIONS chairman of the Dominion Registration was able today to announce practically complete returns of the man and woman power taken on June With returns from i a few more particularly in the i northern parts of the western prov I luces and posts of registrations still j to come persons have reg I The completed it Is official state ment issued by the War Office today reads On the Asiago Plateau In the Mont j Grappa region and along the lower Piave there has been greater artillery i Our batteries biew up an i army ammunition dump along the riv On the Piave our patrols have recovered a quantity of war ma terial which was abandoned by the I Six hostile captive balloons have been shot will make the final figures well over The census of 1911 showed that 40 per of Canadas population was under 16 years of Calculated on the same basis this would indicate the population of Canada to be more than eight and a quarter mill exclusive of those now In connection with the registration the names of mate agricultur al workers have been secured and placed at the disposal of the various organizations dealing with the prob lem of farm labor in the various prov Complete returns from the Maritime Provinces follow Prince Edward Male Female Total Island Nova Scotia New Practically completed returns from other provinces are Mnle Quebec Ontario Manitoba Alberta Totals Female Total Now deaths j iinil u score of prostrations resulted today from a continuation of the heat which last night drove thousands j of tenament dwellers to the parks and beaches for relief from humidity which made indoor sleeping Ible in the congested In Chicago j Is not a j sign of anything today to break the scorching weather of the last two according to the forecast at the went bur At six oclock this street j thermometers registered 84 degrees i mid tho weather bureau predicted lhat the record of 102 liei the hottest August day ever in would be H was the second hottest day the city i hus known sinew lhn establishment i tliu weather WHERE DID THEY COME FROM arriv ing at harbors on the west coast of report having seen a largo number of dead bodies of German sea men along this auys an Ex change Telegraph dispatch from Cop enhagen All the boAifi hud lifP half Kirk bys Specials for Wednesday MINCE MEAT SANDWICHES Regular per dozen 40c Tomorrow per 20c LEMON CAKES Regular per dozen 40p Tomorrow per 20c For Thursday LEMON CAKES Regular per dozen 40c Thursday per 20c Everything made In accordance with the requirements of titf Canada Food Icing for Wedding Cakes We have on hand a supply of icing sugar and have special inission from the food board to line it for wedding cakes only until the supply is Thoso who arrange weddings early may have icing on the KIR KEY 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE 1 M ;