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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUi:sr)AY. A[J(;(JST 6. 1918 THE LETHBRinGE D/MLY HERALD PAGE NINR IKI WEDN Parasols DON'T MISS THESE 11 only, of a special clearing line, at I OA wich .................. *�^�' 2 only, of our ?8.u0 Parasols to he sold at, J. 9C each".................. 'ttLD 't only, White EJinbroldered Parasols. Regular ^2.50. j Each Turkish TowelliRo 2 rolls only of above of our rosnlnr 30c lino, to placed on the tables at HALF DAY PRICK 20c__ Towels 10 doien only, White with red pin stripes, HALF DAY PRICE 8c ea. or ISc pr. Turkish Towels 29 pairs Turkish Towels, size 18x36. HALF DAY PRICE 69c pr. The price is all the description these require. "Odds and Ends"-true-but odds and ckIs chosen with great discrimination to ensure a full day's business in four hour's selling. Every Single Item is of Exceptional Merit So read them carefully over and come early to -cciuc your share of these special offerings. FLANNELETTE EXTRAORDINARY PALE BLUE FLANNELETTE. fiO yards only. Soft as .silk. SelUnBat Sfx; yard. OC _ Half Day Price ................... CiOC WHITE FLANNELETTE. An extra ppfcial. Limited 10 y.irds to oach ciistonier. Hall' Hay I'ricu, yard ...... " 16c STRIPED FLANNELETTE. 4 bolts. 30 li]chrs wide. Our regular 30c line. ' Half Day Price, yard ............., 22c WHITE OR GREY FLANNELETTE SHEETS, 18 pairs only, Sheets 10-1 si/.p. Wdrili today i?,M pair. Half Day 2.29 Nainsook A small clearing line of atxiut 70 yard.s of lhl� material, the reBtilar price of which is 7m: yard. HALF DAY PRICE 35c yard Nainsook Another piece of about RO v;inlH, which must bo cleared out. HALF DAY PRICE 25c CREAM CASHMERE A very limited quantity of this alway.s wanted nmterial usually retailing at 35c. HALF DAY PRICE 25c Black & Check Dress 32 inches widtv A ';r;uid wafhcr and ideal fur .-iliciol and everyday .wi'.ii-. ilcRuictr 35c yard. HALF DAY PRICE 22c yard CALICO Pure white Calico, free from dres.sing and fit for any l)urpose, requiring these goods. Regular 35c, HALF DAY PRICE 25c yard Our 25c line of above J lie yard. for, Our 2nc line of above llic yard. for. flannelette Sheets In pure white. Size 12-1. Full price for these is ^-l.SO pair. HALF DAY PRICE 3.39 pair 15 only. Silk Camisoles to clear at leas than wholesale p.'-ice.'i. These are manufacturers' samples and a real snap at Uic price. Only IG of them so be early. Regular up to $2.75 each. HALF DAY PRICE SBC & $1.19 I from friends would (luring llio evenings. be appreciated ? : ? ? : > -> : > : : ? : > : c- : THE WAR ROSARY. : : * : > : � � : : : : : I .knit, 1 knit, 1 pray, I pray. My knitting is my rosary. . And as I weave the stlches grey 1 murmur prayers contnually. Grey loop-a sigh. Grey knot-a wish, Grey row, a chain of wistful prayer, For thus to sit and knit and pray- This is of war the woman's share. And so I knit, And thiw I pray. And keep repeating night and day: "May God load safely those dear feet That aoon shall wear this web of grey," Now and again A selfish strain? But surely woman heart must yearn Alii pray some day that she may hea! The sound of footitepa that return! But if, dear Ood, .Not that, but if It must be sacrifice complete. Then I will trust that afterward Thou wilt guide home tlioie pre * � Mr. and Mra. A. Smith and family and Mrs. Younghusband of Ottawa are | at Waterton Lakeij where they have taken a cottage. * � * i Mrs. Mitchell and family have re-' turned from their holidays. Mr. Fred KIrkby is visiting beth-bridge on a business trip. .Mrs. Logan and family are visiting friends at Diamond City. *   Mr. R. N. Bell has gone to the nioim- tains on a fishing expedition. * � � MIbs Leone Thomas has Just returned from spending a week at Waterton Lakes. * * * Mrs. W. S. McHae, who recently underwent a serious operation at Gait Hospital, is progressing favorably. * *  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Highfield and Miss Hlghfiold are visiting in Nelson, B.C. * � ht^ ol' Dr. and .Mrs. J. H. Rivers for mhiio time. * Id X- > ^> > i> : ? : > � : >> : o ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? > : : : : � : : : : > > Mrs. Rosewarn':! section of tho Ro-bekalis will meet iit tlio Rod Cros.s rooms for sewing tonight at 7:30. * � x* The Thistle Sowing Circle will meet with Mrs. Sniilli, V32 13th Street li. North, on Wtnlnesday afternoon for Red Cross sowing. *  * There will be no more meeting.^ ot tho Girls' Auxiliary until the first week in September. t * # � ? > * : : � ? ? ? MUST NOT EXPECT ? WHITE BBREAD. ? ? ? : : > ? : : ? > ndon, Aug. (1.- (Canadian I-'ress Dispatch from Reuters Limited.)- Rel'erring to the telegram of Sir Robert Borden to the cabinet in August, ltd), pledging Canada's assistance and which was mentioned by the Duke of Connaught at the Canadian club, the Daily Telegraph Bnya: "It is well to be reminded that this statesman, whose recent speeches among us have so clearly rung with a resolve that is still unshaken among the free communities ot tliu lOmpIre, wart among tlie first to proclaim the solidarity of the Dominions with Great Britain, in which our enemies refused to believe. This was not the least of their miscalculations. The part played by Canada ha.s been completely worthy of the high confidence which dictated Sir l^obert Uorden's message. Canadians have made for tlieniflolves an imperishable name in tho history ot arms and there Is no allied force with a richer share in honor." PUIAI lOBEOVER EIGHT MILLIONS Otiaw.i, Aug. (!.-.Senator Robertson, chairnuin of the Uonilnion Registration IJoanl. wiin able today to announce practically complete returns ot the man and woman power registration, Cnkeu on .June 22. With returns from a few points, nrore particularly in the northern parts of the western prov-lutes and posts of registrations still to come in. -(.SlLfi-IS persons have registered. The completed returns. It Is Rome, Aug. fi.-The official statement issued by the War Offlca today reads: "Ou the Aslago Plateau in the Mont I Grappa region and along the lower i Piave there has been greater artillery 1 activity. Our batteries blew up an 1 army ammunition dump along the riv-' or. "On the Piave Islets, our patrols have recovered a quantity of war material which was abandoned by the enemy. "Six hostile captive balloons have been shot down." e.xpected, will make the final figures well over 5,000,000. Th6 census of 1911 showed that 40 per cent, of Canada's population was uuder 16 years of age. Calculated on the same basis this would indicate the present population ot Canada to be more than eight and a quarter millions, exclusive of those now overseaB, In connection with the registration the names of 167,278 male agricultural workers have been secured and placed at the disposal of the various organizations dealins ifith the problem of farm labor In the various provinces. Complete returns from the Maritime Provinces follow: Prince Edward Male Female Total Island ....... 25,395 28,294 53,689 Nova Scotia -,150,075 158,514 308,589 New Brunswlckl09,835 113,153 222,988 Practically completed returns from other provinces are: Male 'Female Total Quebec ... 558,919 580,607 l,119,62(i Ontario . , 899,594 943,629 1,843,223 Manitoba . 128,982 123,425 252,407 Sask..... 223,909 161,411 385,220 Alberta . .. 178,127 135,201 313,328 B. C...... 182,996 129,580 312,57� Totals .,2,457,832 2,353,814 4,811.641 HEAT. NEW YORK Now York. Aug. 6.-Four deaths ] and a score of prostrations resulteii [ today trom a continuation of the heat' wave which last night drove thousands | of tenament dwellers to tho parks and | benches tor relief from humidity | which made indoor sleeping iniposa-; ible in the congested districts. j In Chicago Chicago, Aug.'�.-There Is not a sign of anything today to break the scorching weather of the last two| duy.s. according to the forecast at tho weather bureau. At six o'clock tills morning, street thermometers registered 84 degrees and the weather bureau pi'edlcted that tho recoril of yesterday. 102 de-groQs, the hottest August day ever .'tnown in Chicago, would be reached. It was the 8e('ond hottest day the city has known sinco tlm csiabllshmLMil of tho weather bureau. WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? London, Aug. fi.-Fishermen arriving at harbors on tho west coast ot Denmark, report having seen a largo number of dead bodies ofGorman aea-men along this coast, Buy,s an )3x-clmngo Telegraph dispatch from Cop-onhugon today. All tho boAitg had ,11 fp holf" Kirkby's Specials for Wednesday MINCE MEAT SANDWICHES Regular per dozen 40c; Tomorrow per dozen, 20c LEMON CAKES Regular per dozien 40f; Tomorrow per, dozen, 20c For Thursday LEMON CAKES Regular per dozen 40c; Thursday per dozen. . 20c Kverything made la accordance with the requirements of Vm Canada Food Bonrd, , Icing for Weddinq Cakes We have on hanS a supply of Icing sugar and have special per-inisBlon from the food board to nao It tor wadding cakes only until the supply is exhausted. Those who arrange weddings early may have icing on tho cake, KIRKBY & CO. 606' THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE No. &-2386 7731?1 ;