Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN Saturday BARGAINS At Store 25 pairs of P. C. Corsets, light weight cool km] Ladies' Cotton Vests j with or without sleeves, a sample lot 8c Jersey Knit Combinations, for wo- men, medium sizes only T'vv 3 pairs 50cxSilk Lisle or Silk Boot Hose, black or tan, for Waists that sold as high as Clearing on Children's Fine Bibbed Cotton Hpse, "Princess black, 35c -I 18c Pumps and Oxfords, 2 to 5 sizes, reg- Art OC ular to all one price i Girls' Dresses up to 7- year sizes, val- C j, up Saturday V ft DC 25 pairs Linen Huck Towels, on sale .Saturday only, per pair Colored Bed Quilts, large and white, on sale................. Table Cloths, pure bleached Irish Da- mask, large size.................. Table'Napkins, 22x22, pure dozen to clear, each...............'. .35 lOc Rca'dy-to-iise Pillow Cases, hemmed ends, each i pieces 72-inch Bleached Plain Sheeting, per yard................. 12k 28c 10 pieces wide English Flannelette, colored or white................... Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 God the all-terrible! King, who or-! Miss Holmes, Hull lias re- dainest tiirntd from Chicago, ivliero she took Thunder Thy clarion, lightning Thy a 'post-graduate course in massage. Show forth Thy pity on high where Thou, reignest: Give to us poace in our time, Lord Mrs. H. J.'- II. Skcith and Mrs. G, R; Tinning will "be hostesses at the 0 Country Club tomorrow afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. W, :S. Clalbraith have as their guests for a couple ot weeks God .the almighty One wisely or- daining I the former's nephews, Master Irwin Judgments .unsearchable, famine and! and Allen Galbraith, of Red Beer. sword Over the tumults of war Thou art The friends of Mrs. E. A. Cunning- reigning ham, of >yho has been sen- Give to us peace in our time, O OU3i.. ill lor the past three weeks, at Lord jier suite, in, Dunerin Lodge, will be God the all-wise by the fire of Thy chastening Earth shall to freedom and truth he restored Through the thick darkness Thy king- doni is hastening Thou wiit give peace in Thy O Lord time, pleased to hear.she has taken a turn for the better; K Baron George Rods loaves Cal- gary tomorrow. nieht foi BiUium to S-rve his country, and will he follow- ed shortly by Mr. P'lrmcz. The Lieutenant-Governor hid a let- ,'ler from at the Roeh So shall Thy ch.ldren with thankful hospital'..-this morning whieh deiotion stat-d that Mrs. Bulyea's condition Irom. is improving, and 'that if all goes 'well she jwilli be able to male the trip home to Edmonton in about a week. them Praise Him who saved peril and sword, Singing in chorus irom ocean to ocean Peace io the nations and praise to the Lord; F. Chorley and jM-s. Frederic widow ot the late Remington, well Rev. John Ellerton. f 1 nown artist, ani: painter who mod e !a out four and a.ball was in Quo' ee lest. Week accompanied by Miss Winnitred Macleod, of ,Oal- Mr. and Mrs.'H, L. Burr, of (Jlov- gary, is visiting with Rev. and Mrs. ersville, My.; her.sister and brC'Uisr- H. Elmer Green. I in-law1. The late Mr. Remington, will te remnntered by all who were ac- Miss Shepherd; of Calgary, hist works as being an has bean visiting her brother, Mr. exponent with, the crush, of In- J. S. Sicuhcrd, has returned home.: d'Bn and Cowboy hie oat as -s w.ll as having the illustrator of I popular poem "Hiawa- Mr. Tom Power, who- was m the r, mi of Col Roosevclt's hook city for the Powcr-Fieeman nuptials, ,.n.nch Lifc WeH re-turned to tdmoaton yesterday. repres-ntative otthe' the Clmtoau Finn-; Miss Ruth Galbraith returned, on tenac, Mrs. Remington stated that Saturday from a visit with Mrs. F. she was hire on.a_pleasure trip of a! H. Mewburn, of Calvary, and is [ew as immcnssly fond'. spending some time with friends a-t Of Quehec :and-: surroundings, as her New Dayton. i lite Iwsiand.Jiiidal'S) teen during his lifetime. Oii- J i'1 Mrs. John Wood, Fourteenth le t today for Calgary, where she will visit her daughter, Miss Lottie Wood. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Grocery Specials For Tomorrow-Phone 313 Black Berries 3 boxes for 3 tins for Gallon Apples Per.tin 25c 25c 27c Breakfast Bacon Sliced, per pound Breakfast Bacon Per Side, per pound. Hams, boned, Sliced, per pound 25c 22ic 26c Paulin's Sodas Per packet Best Slam Rice, 4 pounds for Rob Roy- Cigars, 4 for....... 20c 25c Special Offer For Tomorrow-No C.O.D. or Telephone Orders Taken--No Housewife Should Miss This With any purchase of Groceries amounting to we Avill sell one sack of Best Sugar 'for Other Lines On Sale Throughout The Store Ladies' White Lawns, Dimities, all sues, regular Ladies' Corset Covers Fine while Camlnic, all sizes, regular 50c.....29c Clearance of Children's White Dresses 1, 2 and 3; regular .Qac Boys' -Box Calf styles sizes 1 t0 Men's' gunmetal and patent, regular Tan children, button style Boys' Bloomer Style Tweed Pants Regular Boys' Sateen, also blue and khaki drill, all sizes in the lot. .g9c Boys' Wash colors and de- signs, lines for.............5Qg Nottingham Lace Door Panals White. Price 92c White Dotted Swiss Muslins On sale at 15c Jap Mattings Yard wide, every piece on sale at J2 1-2C Water Filters and Lino Remnants in a Half Price Sale. Enamelled Beauty Pjns, Brooches, Stick Pins, etc. Up to 50c for Colgate's Specials Shaving Soap Tooth Cream, etc., 2 for and Boys' 2 and 1 Ribbed Heavy Hercules per pair............jgg Ladies' Ba'briggan 8% to 10, in black Silk Fringe Hair blonde, also light, medium dark brown, 15 for 25c 100 Axminster Rugs, size 27x54. 5 designs, reg. 9c ELANDS CO. The Busy Store MASS MEETING All Women of the City CALLED BY THE Imperial Daughters of the Empire To corridor, ways and mccans of assisting the Motherland in the present crisis, at Tomorrow Afternoon INY. M.O. Lon< J whoroSiln oil Imipuj Aug. financial dip- Londpn. resumed almost ispect today with the ro-op- the banlts. Interest centred 16 of England, where a extending line of people anxious to exchange paper, gold. _ contrast with the custom- y in tlio bullion i of tiie Hank of England, rgo staff is usually employ- It bullion the .whole not ivas to 'be seen there today, banks business was quite Mrs. Rnth Bryan Owen, daughter, of the American Secretary of State, and wife of Captain R. A. Owen, of the Royal Engineers, .today issued an ap- peal for the assistance of the Ameri- can press In collecting contributions in, aid o British suffering pVi- vations through the war. TWO SHIPS STOPPED IN GULP Quebec, Que., Aug. Two ships, presumably German, are reported to have been stopped in. the- St. Law- renca River, at. the Island of Orleans, near the naval recently estab- ihed there. .1 MAY HOIJD ViVTEliLAND The Red Star liner -hook- Ing only male pasuengers for Belgium, and with 'lier.'phtiro Bteefige, accom- modating persons, plac- ed at the of the Belgian Consul hero for reservists, may also be held, according to the customa officials, The time for action; lias come. The Alexander C-alt Chapter of the Inwor- a mass meeting of all the women of lal Daughters Ebipire is calling.the city at the Y.M.C.A. at 3.30 to- morro'w afternoon, to consider ways land means of assisting in the present Let "Sunlighf Dispel the Gloom rilHE shadow of a blue I Monday docs not fall across the path of those who use Sunlight Soap. For this soap cuts labor in half. Aud the nightmare of clothes being "rubbed to shreds" disappears when you learn the gentle Sun- light way. Sunlight Soap is as pure as sunlight itself. A guarantee says you cannot find a single adult- erant or impurity in this cake of concentrated cleanliness. Clubs and Societies crisis of our Empire. Women's hands may be required for the making of bandages, etc., and. whatever woman can do will ror'our country's cause; and Lethbrldge women will rise to the occasion and be in the ore- front of any movement which may ho Knox Ladies' Aid met yesterday afternoon "transacted routine of tliti day. bus ness. was the splendid sum Mr. will preach an anniver- sary sermon at the morning service and all are cordially invH- to be present at all the services received systematic giving The Christian Sunday school will on nex't Sunday celebrate its third anniversary with appropriate special This meeting is not only (or the A number of the classes members of thi pire, as organizcu, uut for we are all Daughters of the Em- -'re In Its true meaning, and especial- etlng is not only (or the uumuci.-. ui mo f the Daughters of the Em- have btcn asied to iurnish something ;anized, but for fll women- ly so in her hour of need. Mies Nettle Hunter leaves tonight to spend her vacation In Moose Jaw. Miss Holcroft, Miss Gladys Holcroft and Miss Grace Holcroft left today for the coast, after a short visit with Mrs. Tripp and Miss Tripp en route west from Woodstock, Ont. Mr. George Beardmore is expected back in Toronto toward the end of August. He had the honor of being in- troduced to Prince Alexander of Tech in tfte Koval enclosure at Ascot by Lord Annesley, M.F.H. of the Pytchley Hunt, who was in attendance on the Kins that day, The secretary of the Canadian club of London announces that the fellow- ing have been elected members of the committee and vice-presidents of the club: Hon. Sir F, C. S. Langelier, lieu- tenant-governor of Quebec; Hon. Sir James P. Whitney, K.C.M.G., premier of Ontario. The engagement has been announc- ed of Miss Lucy Manning of Sheffield, England, daughter of the late Robert and Mrs. Manning of WoolfardisJ worthy, Devonshire, England, to Mr. William Sydney Hamilton Bernard oE the department of the Interior, Otta- wa, elder son oC the Bishop of Ossory and Mrs. Bernard of Kilkenny, Ireland, the marriage to be celebrated early in August. His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia and Mrs. Patter- ion opened the fltfwer show at Sidney recently: The show was well attended and there were several exhibits of great interest, among them the of the Dominion Experimental farm. The work of Mrs. St. Clalr Stobart, n tailing British nurses to the Balkans during the recent war, appears indi- rectly to have borne fruit. For the War Office lias now made regulations whereby members of the territorial orce service will be allowed, subject o the sanction of the War Office, to volunteer for service in any war in. which Great Britain is neutral. Such nurses mhy wWk under the British led Cross society, or under any other the't may bo approved by Uic OWce, ted plants, etc. or Class No. cut flowers, pot- C.P.R. GUARDING _..v. DIVISION Calgary, Alta., Aug. are being taken by the C." P. H. authori- ties to guard the main line on the Al- berta division. This afternoon a force of ninety men was sworn in for duty, as special constables. BOMBAY BANK RATE RAISED Bombay, Inia, Aug. bank rate -was raised to 4 per cent, today. Special Reductions For Saturday Women's Tan Vici Reg'ular reduced to Girls' Patent Konian Eegular reduced Women's Vici Kegular reduced to Women's Patent Regular reduced to Women's Tan Regular reduced to Women's Patent Bluchers, Kid Regular reduced to Men's Ulucher Cut in Box Calf and Gun- metal, Welted Soles. Regular Reduced Men's Chrome Work Boots, Blucher. Cut, Strong Soles, sizes 7 to 10, Regular Reduced PETTS' GUSHER SALE 608 3rd Ave. S., Letlibrldgc.