Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918 THE LETHni^inr.E DAILY HRRALb PAGE NINE THURSDAY DAY at THE BAY' Silk Hose LADIES' SUPERIOR 3ILK BOOT HOSE in colors champagne, groy, black nntl brown. Regular $1.50, j LADIES' GLOVE SILK HOSE. The ronownuil "Niagara Maid" inalto, in white, grey, sky, champagne, bronze, Nile and tan. Regular $3.00, tor. 0 OK pair .............. .................. .......... �i�CO A BEAUTIFUL WHITE SILK HOSE. The celebrated "Crown Brand." Regular ?2.25, j "jq ITALIAN SILK HOSE in black only. A Hpleudid (jualUy and will .stand plenty of hard wear. Regular C5c, HancSkerchiefs Ladles' Pure Linen Hcmatttched Iland-Uerchlnfs. Regular price 2 for 2.''ic. SPECIAL PRICE 3 for 25c Neckwear A very pretty range of above at prices ranging up to 50c to be .sold for 19c Neckwear A beautiful assortment of Ladles' Neckwear In all the latest, fabrics and designs at prices ranging to ?1.00. All one price. /ILK GL�ve/^ at /PECiALPRiCE/l A MOST DAINTY RANGE OF SILK GLOVES niack with white KtitcliiiiK. Tan with black sliuliiiiK Whlto with black siHchlni;. Sl/.es fi to 7. SPECIAL PRICE 1.49 pair SILK GLOVES The renowned ".Vi;i),':ini .Maid" ' niak,-; In black only. Fingers ;irn iloubk' tipped, ensuring the maxiniinn �!' wear, SPECIAL PRICE 1.19 WASHABLE GLOVES A brand new lint nf .while washable, gloves in all sizes. .\ most servicealilo and economical glove. SPECIAL PRICE 1.29 pair Handkerchiefs I^adles' Gnaninlneil I'liin Irish Llnpn Handkerchiefs, vui'y dainiily cinbroider-ell. Specially priced, fromlUctolJIiea Neckwear All (he lalcst noveliiea both as regards materials and colors, and at prices as ' high as S2.0U are Included in this offering ! at 99c Special Prices on Lisle Hose A LOVELV SILK LISLE HOSE in white only. Sizes !), !)V4, and U. Kegular flSc, 49C Neckwear Only about in of these exauisiie adornments left, in the most e.vclusivo and novel makes at prices ranging uii to ?3.50, for for MERCERIZED HOSE in white, only. A grand wearing quality. Sizes SVi to 10. To clear. Children's Silk Lisle Hose The "Radium" Drand. Sky. sizes nVj to (i, for ......................................... $1.29 Black, sizes 4'/a to h",' fen- .................... Tan, sizes 5 and .'iVi, for.................... CHILD'S "CROWN" HOSE in black, white and tan. Sizes 4% to fii/j. Special price ......'.............. 39c 49c 49c 39c ) : > : : : ? : : FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? > Just to remind the picnickora again '--It is not neceEsary to have a license or permit of any kind in order to have u iiicnic- Hut-No sandwiches between 11.30 ur.l 2.30. What then? Well, oatcakoo^ for In-Blanco. And any houaokeeper can think of other things. As for meat-yon have to wutch the day you aro having your picnic. You can have beoi or voal on Sunday, Monday, Tuoaday, Thursday and Saturday ovonings. And you can have pork at tho mid-day meal on Monday and Saturday. That Is clear enotigh. Isn't It. For the rest you may have ogga, salad, chicken, fruit and plenty of other things But remamber-no icing on your Uk9. � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? # > '> > > * > > : : > > - The collactora for Wesley ladles' aid aro vemlndeil ot the luoeling on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the church parlor. � * The Dominion Rubekah Lodge No. 41, will hold tholr regular meeting In the Oddfellow's hall at 8 o'clock tomorrow nvonliig (Thursdoy). VislUng brothers uud sisters welcome. ' � an � SOCIAL EVENTS � Lust evening Mr. D. P. Cnrlylfl, whose marriogo to Miss Annie Sang took place this morning, was presented with a beautiful silver tea service by tho stuff of the Carlylo Dairy. * * Miss Simpson entertained a few In- llmnto frlonds of her guest, Mrs. Janios Fleming last evening. - � � At tho birthday social hold In the U�ltoil church hall by tho Adult and Toung People's Bllilu Class about two Hundred frleudn woro present to partake of tho fefrffshmonlH that wore served. Afterwards a very fine program was put on as follows: Song by Mrs. Annotts, (luet by Master K. Hume and Master Jfihn Miller, readUu; l)y jlrs. Holmes, .sung by Miss .lanct Mc-Ilvena (enccired i,'duel by .Miss Olive .fackson and Miss .Alunio Walloii, pianoforte si;li) liy Miss llro.ka (iland-i er, reading b.v .Mr. Hoult, song by .Mrs. ' Aunetts. sons by .Miss .lanet McW-vena and a .speeili from the president ot the Adult Dible Class. .Mr. Uyrnm was in the tlmiv. and .Mrs. Fred Jackson presided lU the piano. � � � : ? : : > � � : :� 'A'EDDiNGS : ? .> �>'>'>:�:�:��.-:'> S.\NG-CARLYLIO Kno.\ cburili .was the scene of a vory pretty weililmii this morning wlien Miss Annie .-Xgretla Sang of this city, eldest daiighler of Air. and Sirs. R. F. Sang, was \uiite(i in nmrnage to Mr. David I'ool Carlyle, moii of Mr.s. C Carlyle of this city. The ceremony was perlornied by Rev. William Shearer ot (";UKary. Mr. IC. F. Laytiin played the wedding march. The bride looked charming in a navy suit with smart white liat and wore a beautiful bouquet (.)! cream roses. Quite a number of friends and rolativos were present lo uiiness the ceremony, ini-niediately afterwards a reception was i held at the buiiie ot the bride's par-: outs, only 'he. Ultimate friends and roUUiVfs of tlu l)rido nnd groom being present, the rooms being beautifully decorated in white satin ribbon and floral lU'curallons of pale jilnk sweet peas and gypaophlla. JMIsa Dorothy Mnrrs, Miss Dorothy Benlley and Miss Devina Sang assisted. Air. and Mrs. ('arlyle left this afternoon for a motor trip through Glacier park, followed by' the gooil wishes of. their many friends in tho city. Upon their return they will reside In Lethbrldge. Tho brido 1ms lor sovoi-al yonrs boeii a valued member of the city hall staff hero and will be much missed by her follow workeis. The groom is a member of the, well-known Carlyle. Dairy Firm, who operate dnirlos in various cities In Alberta. .\ unique feature of the marriage is that Rev. William Shearer who performed "tho ceremony officiated also iil the marriage of Mr. Carlyle's i>nrenls ut Morewood. Out., about twonlyelKht yoar.h ago. Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Carlyle, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Carlyle, and Miss .lenny Hudson, all of Calgary wore in the city to attend the uuirriago. Also Mr. I and Mrs. W. .M. llondei'Boii of Medicine Hat, and Mr. Herl Sang, ot Bains Lake, B. C, SIBERIAN (iOVT. MUST HAVE ALLIED SUPPORT iThe Chautauqua (By S. K. Dunham, Chairman.) We have been criticised because we slate the merits ot the ChautaiKiua too modeitly. We do this purposely. Our campaign is a campaign ot education, not of mere boosting. lOach day of the Chautauqua, to state the matter modestly, will be worth more than the price of a Kcason ticket, and if you heard tlie allraclions separately, each (lay's atlraction would cost yoil the priei! of a season ticket. By moans of the Chautauqua methods however, whereby large numbers of people hear tlie same talent consecutively in the least expensive method, It is possible to give Ihln opportunity of hearing the full week of the best talent for the small sum of $2.50. Now 1 am putting the question up to the intelligent citizens of our city and surrounding conniry. Are wo going to hold our position in the forefront in this great educational movement? It so, we must rely on you, .Mr. Reader, to show yohr Interest, lo tho extent at least of buying your season I ticket. Are you waiting for someone to come around and bog you lo buy a I ticket? If so, I fear that you may 1)0 disappolntud. .\'o moiiiber of the Chaiitaiitiua conimlttoo has the time to do Uiis. and it should not he noceesary. it is hoped that every season ticket will be sold by Thursday night. The tickets are now on sale at W. ,1. Lloyd's office, at 1 llglnbothani's drug store and at tho Red Cross drug store. If you do not get your ticket by Thursday night you may be too late. You have seen tho program. You have hoard Ihe Chautauqua last year. We are reliably Informed lliat tho program tills year Is superior to the one last year. You know now Ibnl yon want to attend. Secure your ticket today. A limited number of reserved seats will be sold. Halt of these are �gone already. It you wish a reserved seat you must get your regular season ticket nuirked by W. .L Lloyd. Thie will cost you nn e.Mia dollar for the week, but the regular tickets will entitle persons to a seat, if they come early, that will bo the equal to the reserved seals. Will you help the commit ten by seeing that your ticket Is purchased without 'any further delay? We feel that you win, and that by tomorrow wo can announce that all season tickets have been sold. Do It now. PERSHING (JRATEFUL FOR HONOR CONFERRED Paris, Aug. 7.-General John J. Pershing, commander in chief ot the American forces in France, has acknowledged in a letter ,to Premier Clemenceau the honor accorded the general In the recent award to him ot the Grand Cross of the Legion ot Honor by the French government. General Pershing says; "I accept this honor with a feeling of deep gratitude and as a tribute paid by tho French government lo the qualities of tho American, soldiers. They are qualities possessed to an eminent degree by their French comrades. ; , "In the name ot the troops which I have the privllogB to command and in niy own name. I thank you." THREE ARE DEAD New York, Aufl. 7.-Three are dead'from injuries they and nine others suvfered In the exploilon of a tank of acetylene gas on th� British steamship Huttonwood, taking on cargo at an East River pier yesterUay. Four of the Injured are not expected to llv*. ---i REDUCE PRODUCTION PASSENGBR AUTOS Detroit, Mich.. Aug. 7.-Voluntary reduction of fifty per cent in the production ot passenger automobiles os i^ompared with last year's output was voted by the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce at a meeting here yesterday. Th� curtailment, it was stated, was the wlih o� the war Industries board. Shanghai, Sunday, Aug. 4.-t(By As-aotdatod Press )--Ooneral llorvath, head of tho recently ostablishod provincial Siberian government, has arrived at Vladivostok in rosponso to un urgent call from his partisans. The posBlblllty of tho ostabllahmont ot a ooalltion goveriinifiiil Is denied, but General Horvnth Is animated by a conciliatory spirit and Is willing to.Include tho best men ot eastoni and western Slhorift In his cabinet;' No goveriimuiit can exist In Slperla unless supported by thi� HU.��r\. SHELL PARIS AGAIN Paris, Aug. 7.-Tho Ipng rango shelling of the region ot Paris was re-atimed todtiy. TWO MORE DEATHS. New York, Aug- 7,-Thpi torrid weather In which New York li sweltering caused two more deaths and nine additional prnt-tratlons durlno tWenty-foiir hours ended at noon today; i^i that hour the mercury had touched 98 degrees, the second higheit point In tho city's history. For Thursday LEMON CAKES Regular per dozen 40c; Thursday per dozen.,. 20c Bverylhiiig made In accordance with the requiremonts ot the' Canada Food Board. Icing for Wedding Cakes We have on hand a supply of Icing sugar and have special per-niission from the food hoard to use It for wotldlng cakes only until the supply is exhausted, Those' who arrange weddings early majr have icing on the cake, KIRKBY & CO 606 THIRD ^VENUE SOUTH CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE No. 5-238S WALL PAPER A Good Assortment at Half Price C. a OLANDER 524 Thirteenth S^eet N.