Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY. AUGUST 8. 1018 TrtE, L.tsrnnMIIJliK PAGE NIXR WEEK-END SPECIES at "THE BAY'r EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS for FRIDAY and SAT. SELLING Dress Goods Extraordinary A FINAL; CLEAN-UP IN THIS DEPARTMENT A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF NAVY SERGE 44 Inches wldo'aml fast dye, retailing at Week Knd Special, yard......................... 1.29 JUST THINK OF A GENUINE BROADCLOTH FOR YARD This Is 54 Inches wide rintl tlie colors are saie, navy, anil black. A real snap, for price equate what we arc ashing for It retail for llils-week ond i; A BEAUTIFyi; RANGE OF TARTAN PLAIDS jn greets, blues ,and browns, 40 Inches widc.i Regular price QA .'fl.25. Week Eriil Special A VERY USEFUL DIAGONAL CLOTH 40 Inches wide, ivltli quarter, halt anil, threa-quarler Hairline stripes. Specially adaptable for school-wear. Colors nrb BBXC, QQ 'navy and black and white. Week End Special "3C 4 PIECES ONLY OF NATURAL SHANTUNG SILK To seH Friday and Saturday at this price.-Tho regular price Is ?i.GMnd End "C Congoleum Rugs SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK-END SElllNG. Size Reg. for Size 9x9. for Size 6x9. Reg. for for Size Reg. for Size 9x12. Reg. footwear Extraordinary LADIES' FINE FRENCH KID BUTTON BOOTS v With S inch lops and French heels. Sites lo 5. Weed End CHILDREN'S BLACK BOX CALF, BOOTS Either lace or button styles. A Uanfly every day boot. Sizes n OA S to lOy.. Weefc End Special .MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Of guoiaelal, box calf, velour call or patent leaUier. Very C dressy footwear. "Week Bud Special Oil w LADIES'BUTTON BOOTS Of patent with kid toys, 'patent high check cloth (ops and with high cloth tops. Sizes to 5 oiilv yf A Week End Special CHILDREN'S SANDALS Made of stout laii caU. Very hroad filling. Cool and com- i prt S to l.OV Sizes 11 MEN'S TAN "URUS" CALF WORK BOOTS Has extra bellows tongue and standard sole. Week Knd Special ___'.----.......-................... CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS FOR As our regular price for these is J5.00, no shout'-' ing from the house tops is necessary in ctmuectloii with this line. We have Ihcm la all tbe desireJ colors, Including navy or blacki SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW WASH WAISTS AT 49c YES! THAT'S THE'PRICE FOR THIS WEEK ENO. NO NEED TO DESCRIBE THEM, THE PRICE IS WE HAVE SOLD HUNDREDS AT 51.29 EACH. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW Don't Miss SEWING MACHINES FIVE ONLY OF THESE TO SELL AT I AND BEAUTIFULLY FrNISHEp HAS FOUR DRAWERS AND FULL.. OF ACCESSORIES. THE REGULAR. PRItE 15 t .5.49 Axminster Rugs Extraordinary Our recent slocktakiiiK Uroushuo light the fact thai we are heavily OVERLOADED WITH THESE and to bring llie stock down to normal we have decided to mate a SPECIAL TWO DAYS'REDUCTION on n number. In view of llie greatly increased prices and llie embargo whEch has been placed on ihese Roods, this is A UOLD STEP 70 TAKB, liut'our stock Las to be wilhin eerlain limits, and this faa has opened oul A GREAT1 OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU. Space does not permit a detailed description o? ihese handsome rugs, but below Is a brief summary of them COME AND SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW A BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL DESIGN with a [awn ground and cbeer- ful color SiiOy, Regular S45.00. OO PA tor OO.OU A HANDSOME RUG with a fawn.'ground and design ot rich Size Regdar Size 9x12. Regular for THIS RUG is very rich lu.appearance, having a conventional design in deep tones or tans, browns ami greens. Size 9x9. Regular Size Regular Size 9x12. Regular for Very faandsome Is this rug.-The design' is the colors are blends ot fawn, tan and green. Size 9x9. Regular Size 9x1 Oy2. for Size 9x12. Regular for Shades of-lilucs, rcils auil greens constitute the colorings of this cheerlii! floor covering, ensuring that'warm comfortable aspect so desirable in the home. Sizes to fill every requirement, Size Regular for Size Regular Size 9x9! Regular for Size 9x12. Regular for SOME GENUINE ,HOT WEATHER BARGAINS JN MEN'S AND BOYS'WEAR ALL OUR MEN'S STRAW HATS ill toalers.'basawood and Japanese iraiiiimu. lo go at HALF..PRICE MENS' JAR SILK SHIFTS in either or pongee, wllh collar at- lacheu in all sizes. Regular WeeU'End MILADI FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR I-EMININE-FOLK. Are you insistthg'oTi5 getting wheat s ubslitutes irom- your are you, as a. hDusckcopcr, trying' .out In your kitchen? .There 1s 110 baying they n re not AVfiHablo becauso .exceptions hi aomo dis- tricts, iKcy -are, and if your (Jualer does them 'it- Is his' fault and 'yours' Next.ivcek'tho largest sub- al.Uito mllUng' concern. In jCanada Is In bo onenCJ nt> petertidro by the Qua: ker Oafs Company. Cornmeal, oat Joiir, oatTncaLaud cornflour: will bo turncrl out at the rate of barrels day. Tlic darker the bread -you have these days Ihe more patriotic yon are, so don't Insist on getting light, bread from your hatter. On the contrary en- tourag'o Iti i gi> oven. further lhan H spmfy uss of PERSONAL 4 Miss Smith has arrived in -the city fronrTorohtp and guest of her sister, Mrs. McCaffrey. Misa Clara Ularh'am, .642 7th Street SoVtli, 'left the city this morning for two" weeds' Vacation at Fernicf, U.C. .V; V Rose of Medicine Hat is the guest oLMra. James Held. 1 Mrs. Win, j. Smith and Miss Olga Van Hecfco have left to spend a monlh's hoi Ed ay at Vancouver and Victoria, Jlr. Smith will join, them later. t Mrs, W- R. Brown and famliy 1611 last week for an indefinite visit to the Coast. i Mrs. V. Wallers and son have re- turned from Moose Jaw. The something you get for noth- ing is probably worth it but the poor tea y oil buy cheap is a loss. Drink BUB RIBBON and get vaiuo 'r n- SOCIAL EVENTS f Mrs. Jay Held entertained a num- ber of friends at her home last cven; ing of Uie-'popular visitor of tho city, .Mrs. James .Fleming. On Monday evening a few friends surprised Mrs. T. Shaw at her-homc, 210, 20th Street Xorlh, the occasion lieing her birthday., A-fter congratula- tions were given a very pleasant time CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Dominion Rchekalv Lodge Mo. will hold irs regular 'meeting tonight nfS o'clock In the IXXO.F. .halirTho cranri president, Mrs. Rose ptrMedl- ciiio Hat wilt pay her official Visit. Tlie degree will bo "conferred. At the closo of Hie meeting refresliments ho Eerved. "A good allendanee 'is re- quested. Visiting brothers anrt sis- ters are cordially invited to attend. Sirs. M. SchweltEe'r and .Miss Lilyan Schweitzer have returned from visit- ing at Winnipeg anil other points, Madame F. X. Vaiado of .Ottawa, .Vi-ho-lias been the guest of Mrs; L.'A'; Hoy, has left.'for "FTdriiouton. r judge Jackson visiting in Edmonton: -Mra. James Hoso-and' visiting at Bow Island. ilrs. A. Roy spent the wee in Calgary. Word has been received in Calgary that Dilver K. McLav.-s, of tho Slsl' Battery, C.F.A., France, who was sllglilly wounded on July i; on active service, Is progressing favorably and will'shortly bo to duty. Drl: ver was formerly a niemb6r ot the staff of the gas company here. Sir. 'and Mrs. of iJelhbrldgo and; Mrs. I.co Bond and Ji. Vawson and their ,'gnest, Mlas. Flbrencb of Delavan. III., Mrs.Jolin gueat, >fiss 12'mlly Suhderland of Ixiu' Isvllle, Ky., Mr. ami'Mrs. li. A.'JS'ug- gill and family and their, Mr. Sufgltt (Sr.) of-Budii, ill, Mr." nnd Mrs, Fred Norton and daughter, Mr. C. V. Great nnrt family, and Miss Hclsotti, Mr. anil Mrs. S. S. Crest, Mr. Edwin Johnson and .Miss Ellen.John- son, all of Coaldalo were 'campYrs last week In'Many Qioctcr Hotel ond Cha- lets. Mrs. A. Laurlo, 1726 oth ATO A.'N., left this morning lo spend n holiday with friends in Calgary. Miss Harrison, of this city, lias as her guests her slater, Miss May Har- ilson, of Vancouver, slsler-ln-1a'w, Mrs, Stanley Harrison, of Kingston: Mrs. Katie Palen has returned from, veiling her sister, Sirs. John Lcnzcll, at Stavely for the past three weeks. Word his been received.In the city of Ibo arrival of Mr. Silceif. nnd Miss Hendrio nt their-home In Charlloii I'lace, today. Tho little baby haii stood the Journey .well and la, gaining In strength. Tho burial of Mrs: Steelo will lake, place tomorrow In the spent wllh selections from llio gramophone, singing and games. A dainty supper served and before j leaving nil Joined in singing "She's tij Cross, the "following articles: Jolly Good and "Auld Lang Syne." Thanks to Hie good crowd of coin-, Jades" anil friends who attended the Salvation .Army borne-league V'hlch was a success financially, from" to hoth young flml old cnioy.cd themselves in ffia'nf 'interesting Barnes. .Kefrebh- ments and -Ice cream-jwere, eagerly" the tinder thejeadership of B. J." Tlckner, gave sbyeral'selectipns. pn.e-.of tho plea- sant "events of the evening was the welcome or 'Adjutant, and llrsrllamil- lon and comrades ot Lethbridgo corps lo Mrs. G. Slnrfces Mtss Ixiwlc Slarkes and Master Stanley upon their return home to this city, atier, two years' visit lo-MlUon, Kent, their 'old home. Credit Is 'due. tc Mrs. II. Dawson, Mrs. Tulloch, .Vr.ivHussel, Mrs. Hedsliau- anil Mrs. .Muudy for. llioif work in. this event, memhcrs pt'Uioi'jipmo Ucaguo idejirc. ,fo. eXifress. .f_helr thahki to and ifra, "Tulloch for Ihe use of iheVhouEe'hhd d'lawV. WEDDINGS 4 AdmUii6rttf to tho various sessions Amount to three limes the coat of srseason ticket. Kven Ihwgh you but n tew hu'mbeja, it Is economy to buy a season t'fcUc't. Children's slnslii admissions upproilntately. hrilf price, TICKETS THE F01.L6wlNQ PLACES; s RED CROSS OROfi STORE, CITIZENS' I D HIGINBOTHAM CO t North HSDLEY RRUQ STORE yv J. LLOVD, PEOPLES DRUG STORE '-tit Sherlock. Building. Wrili or W, J LLOVD, Sherlock Building LtthtrMje.