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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE r THURSDAY HOSE and GLOVE DAY at THE BAY Silk Hose LADIES SUPERIOR SILK BOOT HOSE in colors cham black and Regular 1A for LADIES GLOVE SILK The renowned Niagara Maid in Nile am Regular O A BEAUTIFUL WHITE SILK The celebrated Crown Regular for 49c ITALIAN SILK HOSE in black A quality and will stand plenty of hard Regular 9 Handkerchiefs Ladles Pure Linen Hemstitched Hand Regular price 2 for SPECIAL PRICE 3 for 25c r Neckwear A very pretty range of above at prices ranging up to 50c to bo sold for 19c Neckwear A beautiful assortment of Ladles Neck wear in all the latest fabrics and designs at prices ranging to All one 39c A MOST DAINTY RANGE OF SILK GLOVES Black with white Tan with black si itch White with black Sizes fi to SPECIAL PRICE SILK GLOVES The renowned NlaRani In black Fingers are double ensuring the maximum of SPECIAL PRICE WASHABLE GLOVES A brand new line of gloves in all A most serviceable and economical SPECIAL PRICE pai Handkerchiefs Ladles Guaranteed Pure Irish Linen very daintily embroider Specially From18ctoU5ea Special Prices Neckwear All the latest novelins both as regards materials and and at prices as high as arc included in this offering at 99c Neckwear Only aboul 15 of these exquisite adorn ments in the most exclusive and novel makes at prices ranging up to for Lisle Hose A LOVELY SILK LISLE HOSE in white Sizes and Regular for MERCERIZED HOSE in white A grand wearing qual Sizes 8 to To Childrens Silk Lisle Hose The Radium sizes 5 to for sizes 4 to for sizes 6 and for CHILDS CROWN HOSE in white and Sizes 4 to Special song by Miss Janet Me1 Ilvena duet by Miss Olive I Jackson and Maine pianoforte solo by Miss Ureka Gland j reading by song by song by Miss Janet Mclli vena and a speech from the president of the Adult Bible Uyrum was in the and Fred Jack son presided at the ff O 5 FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Just to remind the picnickers again it is not necessary to have a license or permit of any kind in order to have 6 picnic Hut No sandwiches between 611 What then for In And any housekeeper can think of other As for meat you have to wutcli the day you are having your You can have beef or veal on Mon Thursday and Saturday And you can have pork at the midday meal on Monday and Sat That Is clear Isnt For the rest you may have fruit and plenty of other tilings But remember no Icing on your PERSONAL McArthur Is spending a holiday at Captain Stewart Allen will arrive on Monday from to visit his Charles Nicola for few days before his mar riage to Miss Doris Bury at the end of the Misses Edith and Helen Bawden have returned from visiting In Ed Misses Mary and Muriel Higin bothara have returned from Edmon ton where they have been visiting tor several Miss Beatrice Colp has returned from a visit at the Ingram is vlBiting In Nel for a and John Livingston have returned from Waterton divisional superintendent of the Is In Calgary on Fensart of U a visitor in Wakeman has been visiting In the city for a abort time prjor to his departure for CHeltuam of this city IB In Huntingdon IB a visitor In the city with Jhis name can your guarantee of Coffee Satisfaction IB I 2 pound tini for BRAND Law and Rowland Crawford and children have returned from visiting at Waterton Last Friday Doctor and Lynn and party motored to Banff for the Lynn has gone to the coast for the month of s Cooper has returned to Lethbridge after visiting with her Caldwell of Miss Amy Cossaboom of is the guest of Oliver for a few McNabb accompanied by Little left for Winnipeg last night to attend the funeral of hia brothers Dave who died Tuesday William Shearer of is in the city The Chautauqua WEDDINGS By We have been criticised because we state the merits of the Chautauqua i too We do this I Our campaign is a campaign of edu I not of mere Kach day of the to state the matter will be worth more than the price of a season and if Jou heard the attractions separ CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O The collectors for Wesley ladies aid are reminded of the meeting on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock in the church The Dominion Kubekuh Lodge will hold tlmir regular meeting In the Oddfellows hall at 8 oclock to morrow avening Visiting brothers uud bisters SOCIAL EVENTS 118 lovtr of dtlicioui coffx thould our Perftct Coffin Perfectly for CHASE MONTREAl Last evening whose marriage to Miss Annie Bang j took place this was preseut id with u beautiful silver tea service by the staff of the Carlyle Miss Simpson entertained a lew In J flmatit friouila of her James Fleming last At the birthday social held in the United church hall by the Adult and Young Peoples Biblo Mass about two i hundred frlemla vvcro present to par j tnlfo oil refreshments that wore Afterwards a very fine pro gram was put ou as follows Song by duet by Master Hume und Master Jtbn reading by ICnox church was the scene of a very pretty wedding this morning when Miss Annie Agretta Sang of this eldest daughter of and was united in marriage to David Pool son of Carlyle of this The ceremony was performed by William Shearer of Layton played tiif wedding The bride looked charming in a navy suit with smart white hat and wore a beautiful bouquet of cream Quite a num ber of friends and relatives were present to witness the Im mediately afterwards reception was held at the home of the brides par only the Intimate friends and relatives of the bride and Kroom be ing the rooms being beauti fully decorated in white satin ribbon and floral decorations of pale pink sweet peas and Dor othy Miss Dorothy Bentley and Miss Deviua Sang and Cnrlylo left this afternoon for a motor trip through Glacier followed by the good wishes of their many friends in the Upon their return they will reside in The for several years been a valued member of the city hall staff here und will lie much missed by her fellow The groom la a mem ber of the wellknown Carlyle Dairy who operate dairies in various cities in A unique feature of the njarrluge that William Shearer whoperformed ceremony officiated also at thi marriage of Carlyles parents at about twentyeight years and and and Miss Jenny all of Calgary were in the city to attend he Also and Henderson of Medicine and Herl of Bains SIBERIAN MUST HAVE ALLIED SUPPORT As sociated Press General head of tho rocuiitly established pro vincial Siberian has ar rived at Vladivostok in response to an urgent eull from his The possibility of the establishment of n coalition government is but General Horvnth is animated by a con ciliatory spirit and IB willing to in clude the best men of eastern and western Siberia in his No government can exist in Siberia unless supportwd by HID each days attraction would cost yoil the price of a season I Hy means of the Chautauqua meth j odfl whereby large numbers i of people hear the same talent conse jcutively in the least expensive meth it is possible to Rive this oppor tunity of hearing the full week of the best talent for the small sum of Now 1 am putting the question up to the intelligent citizens of our city and surrounding Are we go ing to hold our position in the fore front in this great educational move ment If we must rely on to show yonr to the extent at least of buying your season Are you waiting for aoraedne to come around and beg you to buy a ticket If I fear that you may be No member of the Chautauqua committee has the time to do and it should not be It is hoped that every season ticket will be sold by Thursday The tickets are now on sale at Lloyds at Higiubolhams driig store and at tho Red Cross drug If you do not get your ticket by Thurs day night you may be too You have seen the You have heard lie Chnutauqua last We are reliably informed that pro gram his year 1st superior to the one last You know now that you want to Secure your ticket A limited number of reserved seats will be Half of these are gone If you wish a reserved seat you must get your regular SBHSOU ticket marked by This will cost you an extra dollar for the but the regular tickets will en title persons to a if they come that will be the equal to the re served Will you halp the committee by see ing that your ticket is purchased with outany further delay We feel that you and that by tomorrow we can announce that all season tickets have been Do it SHELL PARIS AGAIN Ipng range shelling of the region of Paris was re I suitied TWO MORE New torrid weather in which New York li sweltering caused two more deaths and nine pros trations during ths hours ended at noon today At that hour the mercury touch ed 98 the second highept point in the citys PERSHING GRATEFUL FOR HONOR CONFERRED John commander In chief of the American forces in has ack nowledged in n letter Premier Clemenceau the honor accorded the general in the recent award to him of the Grand Cross of the Legion of Hon or by the French Gen eral Pershing says I accept this honor with a feeling of deep gratitude and as a tribute paid by the French government to the qualities of the They are qualities possessed to an eminent degree by their French com In the name of the troops which I have the privilege to command and in my own 1 thank THREE ARE DEAD New Three are dead from injuries they and nine others suffered in the explosion of a tank of acetylene gas on the British steamihip taking on cargo at an East River pier Four of the Injur ed are not expected to REDUCE PRODUCTION PASSENGER AUTOS reduction of fifty per cent In the pro duction of passenger automobiles as compared with last years output was voted by the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce a meeting here it was was the wish of the war industries For Thursday LEMON CAKES Regular per dozen 40c Thursday per 20c Everything made in accordance with the requirements ot the Canada Food Icing for Wedding Cakes We huve on hand a supply of icing sugar and have special per mission from the food board to use it for wedding cakes only until he supply is Those who arrange weddings early may have icing on he KIRKBY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE WALL PAPER A Good Auortment at Half Price OLANDER S24 Tkirteenth Strot ;