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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8,1917 THE LETKBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN ----------gBBBB *> CHILDREN AT "THE AY 99. CONTINUES to offer many worth-while Specials in Children's Wearing Apparel and Req^lisites. It costs less to Clothe the kiddies during this Merchandising Event. GROCERY LIST Phone 313 Van Camp's Spaghetti, 2's, Special per tin............. ..............22c? Snider's Pork and Beans, 2's, Special, per tin......................22c George Washington CoiVee, regular $1.10, Special, per tin..........W)c Bovril Cordial, 20 oz. hot., Special $1.35 Fray's Bentos Corn IJeel', 1 lb. tin, Special......................35c English Golden Syrup, regular 25c, Special, per tin...............15c Roast Mutton, iy> tin, Special. .50c. Good Quality Salmon, 2 cans for. . .25c Crcainettes Macaroni and Egg Noodles, 2 packages for_____............25c Seal of Quality Flour, OS 11). sack, Special, per sack............$6.48 Boys' and Girls' Footwear Boys' Box Calf Boots Roys' box calf bluolier Boots with vis-coll zed sole; good wearing boots for fall; sizes 2 to G. d�0 ACk Children's Week ............ JpO.lil Children's Slippers Children's patent leather and gunmetal Slippers; sizes 9 to 1. (ho *%A Children's Week ............ Children's Tan Kid Boots Children's hard soled black and tan kid Boots; sizes 3 to 7% Al (*|� Children's Week ............. �1�3U Children's Box Calf Boots Children's box calf blucher hoots; sizeB 11 to 2, wide fitting and splendid wearing. *�l Children's Week..............)b�(D Children's Silk Hose 1-1 ribbed, sizes 4 to 6V2> white, sky, tan or black. >|C*� Special this week only ........ IDC Child's Picture Hander-chiefs, (> for 25c Dainty Boxed Child's All Linen Handkerchiefs Fairy Stories and Rhymes, 3 handkerchiefs to the box. QC*� Per box........................ �JDC Curtains and Curtain Materials fine for Children's Rooms LACE CURTAINS White only. Special, per pair 79c Also in better quality, per pair 89c $1.25 $1.89 CURTAIN NETS Ivory and ecru, 36 Inch wide, Special, per yard .............. 19c CURTAIN SCRIMS White and ecru, 3G inch wide Special, per yard .............. 19c BRASS CURTAIN RODS 19c With fittings, complete, Special ............. Children's and Ladies' Wear CHILDREN'S COTTON DRAWERS . 19c . 23c Trimmed with embroidery. Special ..................... Also as above, Special ..................... CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Knit quality, trimmed with lace, Priced ................. 45c CHILDREN'S DRESSES In varied prints, priced specially at 79c 89c $1.25 $1.50 LADIES' MUSLIN AND LAWN WAISTS Trimmed with embroidery a| tyr\ and lace, Special ............ tpltUtJ Ladies' Underskirts ,., In colored sateen mercerized, in shades of navy, rose, brown and (t>-| >"tq J green, Priced at ............ tpl.l �/ Boys' and Men's Wearing Apparel WOOL JERSEYS Boys' pullover rim.' Wool Jerseys in wivy and maroon; sl/.e 2ii to 29 "2. Special ............... NIGHT SHIRTS Hoys' flannelette Night Shirts, Special ........................ 59c hffjurJson's Bay (fompany ^ MEN'S AUTOMOBILE DUSTERS Ilcgulur $-1.25. Special .................. MEN'S MULESKIN GLOVES Special, CQ per pair ....................... OJIC Same as above in Gauntlet style. Special, per pair ....... PULLOVER JERSEYS Men's line wool pullover Jerseys in navy and grey. Special .................. $3.69 79c MEN'S WORK SH1RT3 Made of drills, ehambray and 6otton. Special .............. HARVEST HATS Men's linen Harvest Hats, Special ........................ $2.89 89c 69c ? �B�  IRISH CONVENTION SUMES. RE- ? ? ? ? TRAIN HITS AUTO; FIVE DIE Payette, Idaho, Auk. c.-Five members of tho Frank Halm family of Council, Idaho, aro dead and Alice, the 1-1-ycar-old daughter, who is the only survivor, will probably not recover, as a result of the smashing of tho Ilahn automobile this morning when it was hit and demolished by an oast-bound Oregon Short Lino train. Dublin, Aug. 8.-The Irish homo rule convention reas-1 sembled today. Since it was adjourned July 20, more san-� guiiie feeling has developed j that the conference will have > > good results. < * * NEW WIRELESS SYSTEM ICI Rome, Aug. 7.-The minister of marine is planning to establish shortly a powerful wireless station which will be constructed on a new system, radically different from that adopted thus far by all big European companies. 10 DOHERTY ACI COLLIER BRINGS BIG PRICE Boston, Aug. G.-The collier Deep Water,,said to be the largest vessel of this typo constructed for the American merchant marine, has been sold to the American and Italian Steamship company by Darrow Main & Co. of this city, it was announced today. The price was $2,000,000, as compared with $750,000, the cost ot construction several years agp,-' DEMAND DEATH PENALTY. Oklahoma City, Aug. 6.-The death penalty has been demanded by federal officials against the leaders of the anti-draft uprisings, which, led by leaders of the so-called "Working Class union," have thrown the counties ot central Oklahoma into turmoil tor the last four days. Their action has been declared by United States District Attorney W. P, McGlnnls to constitute treason. Hearings will be started tomorrow at MoAlester before Federal Commissioner R. W. McMllon. At the completion of the third year of war tho Overseas club handed the director ot general military aeronau ties a cheque for �3,500. Ottawa, Aug. 7.-Hon. C. J. Dohert;-Introduced a bill today to aniond an act in aid of provincial legislation prohibiting or restricting the sale or use of intoxicating liquor. The bill provides that action against persons may either be taken at the place whence liquor has been sent or in the province to which liquor is sent. A further amendment provides for the seizure of liquor in connection with which a conviction is secured. ] A third amendment provides for tho prohibition of the circulation of advertising matter for tho sale of liquor in i such provinces as have undertaken to prohibit such advertising through the mails to such a province. "Will this prevent Ontario houses from sending 'ads' to Quebec houses?" asked Charles Marcll. "If tho province of Quebec prohibits such advertising," said Mr. Dolierty. A further amendment provides against clashes  between the Proprietary Medicines Act and provincial prohibition legislation. Any penalty imposed under the llrst act shall bo In addition to penalties provided for under provincial prohibition legislation, with regard to alcoholic beverages. Iietoru the orders of the day were called Hon, C, J. Dohorty informed thy Though interest In the Magrath fair is overshadowed by tho consolidated stampede to be held here next week, the Mngrath people are expecting their last fair to be a good one and well attended. It will bo held on Friday and Saturday of this week. Maclood fair opons tomorrow. Tho Cnrdston fair has. been postponed iunlil Monday and Tuesday, August 20 and 21 as tho former dates conflicted with tho Lethbridge stampede dates. The Cardston fair is under new management and they aro doing everything possible to make the attractions such as will bring in a largo crowd. The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases � of women and nervous complaints., Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, . c|o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 tat St. W., Calgary. " BAILIFF'S SALE IN THE MATTER OF SRIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE The Merchants Bank of Canada........Mortgage* and D. J. Whitney........................ Mortgagor I WILL SELL OY PUBLIC AUCTION At Ten O'clock in the Morning on Wed., 15th August, 1917 , AT LETHBRIDGE SALE & FEED BARN THIRD 8TREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Tho following: Thiity-sevon head horses of all ages. This is. first class stock and must be sold. ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE.' - Horses may bo inspected at the l.nthbrldge Stock Yards, by arrangement with the undersigned bailiff. ' , 'TERM8 CASH Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this fifth day of August, lttft T. 4. SIMOMaV Sherlffa alllff.. 'Mm, 9689 ;