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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918 THE LETIIBKinGE DAILY HERAI-b PAGE NINE THUR DAY at 'THE BAY' Silk Hose LADIES' SUPERIOR SILK BOOT HOSE in colors cham- and brown. Regular 1 1Q Handkerchiefs Ladles' Pure Linen Hemslltched Hand- kerchiefs. Hcgular price 2 for 25c. SPECIAL PRICE lor LADIES' GLOVE SILK HOSE. The renowned "Niagara .Maid" make, In white, grey, sky, champagne, bronze. Nile and tan: Regular 53.00, for, A BEAUTIFUL WHITE SILK HO3E. The celebrated "Crown Brand." Regular ?2.25, ITALIAN SILK HOSE in black only. 'A splendid, quality and will stnml plenty of hard wear. Regular 65c, JO- tor-'. 3 for 25c i Neckwear pretty rango of above nl prices ranging up to 50c to be sold for 19c Neckwear A beautiful assortment of Ladles' Neck- wear in all tho-latest fabrics and designs Yanging lo All one price, 39c A MO3T DAINTY RANGE OF SILK GLOVES Black wllh white stitching. Tan wilh black sliuliing. White wllh black stitching. Sizes C to 7. SPECIAL PHICE 1.49 SILK GLOVES The renowned "Niagara MMtl" makes In black only. Fingers are UouMc tipped, ensuring the maximum of wear. SPECIAL PRICE 1.19 WASHABLE GLOVES A brand new lint of while washable gloves in all sizes. A most, serviceable and economical glove. SPECIAL PRICE 1.29 Handkerchiefs Guaranteed Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, very daintily embroider- ed. Specially priced, FromtfctoUSea ____________i i Neckwear All Ihc latest novelties both as regards materials anil colors, and at prices as as S2.QU are included in this tillering at 99c Neckwear Only about 15 of these cstmlslte adorn- menls Ictt, In tlie most exclusive and novel makes at prices ranging up to 53.50, Tor- on Lisle Hose A LOVELY SILK LISLE HOSE In white ouly. Sizes 9( aud ID.- Hcgular ,C5c. for MERCERIZED HOSE In white only. A gram, wearing qual- ity. Sizes lo 10. To clear. at Children's Silk Lisle Hose The "Hadtum" Ilrand. Sky, sixes to C, 7Q'r for "C Black, sizes 4VJ to for Tan, sizes 6 and 5te, for................-.................... 49c 49c CHILD'S "CROWN" HOSE in black, white anil tan. OQ-i Sizes to Special MILADI I Mrs. Holmes, song by Miss Janet Me- Ilvena by Miss Olive Jackson and Miss Manic Walton, pianoforte aolo by' Miss (Jrfcjia Obml- er, reading by Mr. Iloult. song hy Mrs, Aunclts, song by1 Miss Janet vena and a speech from the president of the Adult Mr. Uyrum was in the chair, ami Mrs, Freil Jack- son presided nt tbe piano. FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK 'y 4 v v 0 Just to remind the picnickers again Is not necessary, lo have a license or permit of any fciiiu In order to have picnic- sandwiches between 11.30 2.30. What then? Well, oaleakesv for in- Bianco. And any housekeeper can think of other things. As for have lo wntch the day you are having your picnic. You cnn have beel or veal on Sunday, Mon- day, Tuesday, Tiiiiratlay Saturday evenings. And you can liavo pork al the mid-day meal on Monday and Sat- urday. Thai H clear enough, isn't It. For Iho resl you may have eggs, salad, chicken, fruit and plenty of other tilings Bui Icing on your PERSONAL Ills mother, Mra. Charles Allen, Nicola street, Tor a tew daya before Ms-mar- riage to MisSjDorls Bitry al Iho end of he month. iOs Edith 'and Helen Bawd en have returned from visiting in Ed-'. icon Ion. Misses Mary and Muriel Hlfiin- botham hnvo returned from Edmon- lon whore, they boen visiting for several woelci. Miss Beatrice CoJu has relurned [rom a visit at the coast. Mra. H. Ingram IB visiting la for a time. Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston have returned from Waterlon Mr. C. D. Mackintoih, rilvls AUperliilondoQt of Ihe C. P. H. Calgary on bUBlocss. Mrs. Fenjart of Fraalc, Alberta, a visitor In Nelson. t t LtouL Wakeman'han visiting in the city for a abort to hln departure for ovfli------ Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. Rowland Crawford anil children have relumed from visiting at Lakes. i Ivisl Friday Doctor anil Jlra. Lynn and parly motored to Banff for the veelv-end. Mrs. Lynn haa gono to tbe :oast for Iho month of August. Mrs. K. J. Cooper has returned lo Lethbridge after visiting witli her daughter, Mra. (Dr.) J. H, Caldwell of Kltigsgate, B. C. Miss Amy Coasabooin of Carmangay is the gueat of Mra. Oliver for a few weeks. Mr: accompanied C. A. LHUc loft for nfghl lo attend funeral of his brother's wife, jMre. Dave McXahh, who died Tuesday morning. Ilev. William-Shearer of Calgary, is In Iho city today, t M CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES of this city I Mr. M. S. McArthur Is spending a holiday at Nelson, C. Mr. A. Huntingdon Is a vsitor In city with Mr, A.-Smllh, Captain J. Stewart Allen on Monday from Montreal, to vlalt Jhis name -your guarantee of "Coffee Satisfaction" WtiU CHASE J5- SAMBORW, WONTREAl Tho collectors for Wesley ladles' lit! are reminded of Ihe meeling on Thursday aflcrnoon al 3 o'clock in he church parlor. The Dominion. Kebckuh Lodge 41, will hold Illolr regular meeting in the Oildfellow's hall at S o'clock to- morrow evenlnj; Visiting brothers aim aislers welcome. SOCIAL EVENTS WEDDINGS f, Knox church the scene of a very pretty wedding this morning when Miss Annie Agrclta. Sang of (his city, eldest daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. R. F. was uniled In marriage to Mr. David Tool Carlyle, son of Mrs. C. Carlyle of this cily. The ceremony was performed by U6v. William Shearer of Calgary. Jlr. K. F. Layton played (he march. The bride looked charming in a navy suit with smart white liat and wore a beautiful bouquet oT cream roses. Quite a num- ber of friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony. Im- mediately afterwards a.rccepllon was jheld at Ihe home of the bride's par- 1 ouls. only the Intimate friends and relatives of tbe brlrlo and Broom be- ing present, Ihe rooms being foeauli- fully in white satin riuuon and-floral decorations of pale pink i sweet peas anil gypsophila. Misi Uor- ofliy iMarrs, Miss Dorolhy Benlley and Miss Deviua Sang assisted. Jlr. and Mrs. Carlyle left this afternoon i for a molor Irlri through Glacier park, I followed by'Ihe good wishes of. their many friends in the cily: Upon ineir '.return they will reside in Lethbridee. I The bride has ior several years .been "a valued member of the clly hall staff hern and will he much missed by her follAi- Thu. rrrinrii n Tnpni- i fellow workers. The groom la a mem- ber of Ihe well-known Carlyln Dairy Finn, who operate dairies in v.irions cHlea In Allierla. A teature of the marriage is that Rev. William Shearer who ceremony offlciaied also at Iht marriage of Mr. Orlyle'a parents ill Morewood. Onl., ahlral twenty-elBht years ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.-Carlyle, Mr. and T. M. Carlyle, and Mlsa Jenny Hudson, all of Calgary wore in the Icily'to atlend Ihe marriage. Also Mr. I and Mrs. W. SI. Henderson of Medicine Hat, anil Mr. licrl Bang, of IIMns Lake, B. C. Last, evening Mr. P. Carlyle, whoao marriage lo Jllss Aimlo Sang look place Ihls raonihig, was present- ed with a heautlfiil tea service hy the staff of Ihe Carlylo Miss Simpson enterlaincd a 1'arls. Aug. Ipng, rangp shelling of Ihe region of Paris was re- au'tneil today. TWO MORE DEATHS. Nsw York, Aug. torrid In which New York li sweltering caused 'deaths .and nine arfdltlontl fre.t- durlnp ttii. erided at noon At'.. ihat hour the mercury hid touih- etl 98 tho second rilgheit In