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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIJIJUSDAY. AUCHJST �, UM8 PAGE NINR WEEK-END SPECIALS at " THE BAY" EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS for FRIDAY and SAT. SELLING Dress Goods Extraordinary A FINAL CLEAN-UP IN THIS DEPARTMENT A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF NAVY SERGE 44 liidios wido and tuat dye, retailing nt $1.75. Week Knd Spoclii), yard ......................... 1.29 JUST THINK OF A GENUINE BROADCLOTH FOR $3.99 YARD This Is 54 InclicB wido and the colorn aro huxp. navy, and Ijlaolf. A real snni), for tho wlioleHali; price eqnulH wliat we are uskinK for 11 retail for this Aveelt end. A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF TARTAN PLAIDS In greens, blues and browns. 10 Inches wldC; Rogiilor price AA_ � . n-25. Woolv Kiid Special .................................... VuC A VERY USEFUL DIAGONAL CLOTH 40 Inches wide, with (;uarter. halt and three-quarter Hairline Btrlpca. Specially adaptable for Bchool wear. Colors aro saxe, QQ_ navy and black and white. Week Knd Special ......-......... tJuC 4 PIECES ONLY OF NATURAL SHANTUNG SILK Congolevnn Rugs SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK-END SELLING. Size 41/2x41/2. Reg. $3.75 for $2.75 j Size 9x9. Reg. $10.00 for ... $8.95 Size 6x9. Reg. $7.50 for ..... $6.95 || Size GxlOVa. Reg. $13.50 for .$11.95 Size 7V^x9. Reg. $8.50 for .. $7.95 li Size 9x12. Reg. $15.00 for .. $13.95 To acU Friday and Saturday at this price. Tho regular price Is $1.00 and $1.25 Wcjelc End Special ........................ 79c Footwear Extraordinary LADIES' FINE FRENCH KID BUTTON BOOTS With S inch tops and French liceis. Sizes to 5. o /�(| Week Knd apecial .......................................... 0*\)u CHILDREN'S BLACK BOX CALF BOOTS laither lace or button styles. A danrtv every day boot. Sizes o OA S to lOVs. Week End .Special ...;.............................CfLV MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Ot gunmetal, box calf, velour calf or patent leather. Very C C drossy footwear. Woek Kud Special ........................ 0�|D LADIES' BUTTON BOOTS Of gunmetal, patent with kid tops, patent with high check eloth lops and kid with high cloth tops. Sizes 2'/2 to 5 only A AQ Week End Special .................................'........ 'Tt'tif CHILDREN'S SANDALS Made ot stout tan calf. Very broad I'ittinR. Cool and com- ^ |ja fortablo. Sizes S (o J0V4..................................... l�Ow Sizes 11 to 2................................................. $1.6G MEN'S TAN "URUS" CALF WORK BOOTS lias oxtra toe-cap, bellows tongue and standard acrfiW sole, g CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS FOR $2.89 As our regular price for these is $5.00, no shouting from the house toils is necessary in conlicctlon with this line. Wo have them in all tho desired colors, including navy or black. . SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW WASH WAISTS AT 49c YES! THAT'S THE PRICE FOR THIS WEEK END. NO NEED TO DESCRIBE THEIVI, THE PRICE IS ENOUGH-BUT WE HAVE SOLD HUNDREDS AT $1.29 EACH. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW Don't Miss These ! SEWING MACHINES FIVE ONLY OF THESE TO SELL AT FULLY GUARANTEED AND BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED HAS FOUR DRAV/ERS AND FULL SUPPLY OF ACCESSORIES. THE REGULAR PRICE IS $39.50. Don't Miss These ! Week Kud Special neBttdson'$ � ����T t. VUMdlDC^. STOftIt eOHMItftlONKft Axminster Rugs Extraordinary Our recent slocktaking brouglit to liglit the I'act (luil. wc are heavily OVERLOADED WITH THESE and to bring tlio stock down to normal we have docideii to make a SPECIAL TWO DAYS'REDUCTION on a liu'.ited number. In view of the, greatly increased prices and the emi)argo whicli has been placed on these goods, tliis is .fV itOi^D STEP TO T.-\KB, ijut oiu- stock has to be kepi within c(!rtain limit:-, and tills fact ha;-, opened out A GREAT OPt'ORTUNlTV FOR YOi:. Siiacc docs not permit a detailed ilcscripllon o'l these handsome rugs, but below Is a brief suminarv of them COME AND SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW A BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL DESIGN with a fawn ground and cheerful color effects. Size !>xlO%, Regular ?4n.OO. A HANDSOIV1E RUG with a fawn ground and br(fkon design ot rich tan. Size 9xl0V2. Regular $45.00 for.........$38.50 Size 9x12. Regular $50.00 for..........., $43.50 THIS RUG is very rich in appearance, having a conventional design in deeji tones ot tans, l)rowns and greoms. Size 9x9. Regular $47.50 for...........$.39.50 Size 9x101/2. Regular $55.00 for.........$46.50 Size 9x12. Regular $60.00 for .......... $49.50 Very handsome is this rug. The design is conventional, and the colors an; blonds ot fawn, tan and green. Size 9x9. Regular $55.00 for............$43.50 Size 9x101/2. Regular $55.00 for .........$45.00 Size 9x12. Regular $60.00 for...........X49.S0 Shades of bUies, red.s and greens constitute tho colorings ot this cheerful floor covering, ensuring that warm comfortable aspect so dfisirablo, in tho home. Sizes to fill every requirement. Size 41/2x71/2. Regular $18.50 for ........ $14.95 Size 61/2x9. Regular $31.75 for........... $26.95 Size 9x9. Regular $43.50 for............$35.00 Size 9x101/2. Regular $48.50 for..........$39.50 Size 9x12. Regular $55.00 for............$45.00 SOME GENUINE HOT WEATHER BARGAINsIn MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR ALL OUR IVIEN'S STRAW HATS in boaters, basswood and .Tapaneae Panamas, to go at HALF PRICE with collar at- 2.99 IVIENS' JAP SILK SHIfyS in either while or pongee, lacked in all sizes. Regular .$'l.r)0. Week End Special ................................... :� > ; > > ? 4 > : ? ? > ? > ? � > ? > : .\re you insisting' on' getting wheat substitutes from your grocer, and aro you, as a housekeeper, trying them oiit In your kUchen? There is no- use Raying tlioy are not available becauao with possible exceptions In aomo districts, they are, and it your dealer does not carry them it is his fault and yours. Next week the largest substitute milling concern in Canada la to 1)0 opened at Potorboro by the Quaker Oats Company. Cornmeal, oat flour, oatmeal and cornflour will ho turned out at tho rate of 7.000 barrels a day. The darker the broad you liavo Iheao days the mo'-o patriotic you are, so don't insist on getting light bread from your baker. On tho contrary en-courago ]\hn to go oven further than lha regulations specify in tho use ot substitutes. ! � PERSONAL  �  Miss Smith has acrived in the city from Toronto and 13"the guest of her slater, Mrs. W. 11. McCaffrey. * � � Miss Clara Clapham, 642 7th Street Soutli, left tho city this morning tor two weeks vacation ut Fernlo, B.C. K # � Mrs. Rose ot Medicine Hat is the guest of Mrs. .lames Reld, *   Mrs. Wra. .T. Smith and Miss Olga Van Ilecko have left to spend a niontli's holiday at Vancouver and Victoria. .Mr. Smith will join them later. * * � Mrs. W. R. Hrown and family left last woek for an Indefinite visit to the Coast. * �  Mrs. V. h. Walters and son havu returned from Moose Jaw. The something you get for nothing is probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap is a loss. Drink BLUE UIBBON and get vaiuo Mr."). .AI. Schweitzer and .Miss Lllyan Schweitzer have returned from visiting at Winnipeg and other points. * * � Madame F. X. Valado ot Ottawa, who has been the guest at Mrs. L. A. Roy, has left tor Edmonton. , . �  ^ Judge Jackson liEis returned from visiting in Edmonton. * * . * Mra. James Rose and children are visiting at Bow Island. * *  Mra. L. A. Roy spent tho week-end in Calgary. ... Word lias been received in Calgary tliat Driver K, B. McLuws, ot the Hist Battery, C.F.A.. Ifrance. who was slightly wounded on July 1, on active service, is progressing favorably and will'shortly be returned to duty. Driver Mcl^aws was formerly a luenihor ot tho staff ot tho gas company here. ... Mr, and Mrs. W. ll.vpawaon (Jr.) of Lathbrldgo and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bond of Pooria; 111., Mr. and Hi's. B. S. Pawson and family and their,guest, Miss Florence McDowell of Deiavan, 111., and Mr, and Mrs, John ,McD.' Davidaon and family and their Buest, Miss Emily Sunderland ot Lou-isvillo, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sug-gitt and family and their- guost, Mr. Suggitt (Sr.) ot Buda, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Norton and daughter, Mr. C. F. Crest and family, and lVf(ss W, Holsotli, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Great, Mr. Edwin Jolmsou and .Miss Ellen Johnson, all ot Coaldalo woro campers last week In Many Olacier Hotel and Chalets, Mrs. A. Laurie, 172G 5th Ave. A. N., left this morning to spend a holiday with friends in Calgary. m m ^ Miss Harrison, of this city, has as her guests lior sister, Miss May Harrison, ot Vancot^er, and atatGr-in-Ww, Mrs. Stauloy Harrison, of Kingston; Mrs. IvaUo Palen has returned fron^ visiting her sister, I\lr8. John Lenzell, at Stavoly for tho past throe weeks,  ' ^ Word has been received.In the city of the arrivhl of Mr. fetoolp and Miss Hondrlo at their home in Charlton Place, 0�t, today. Tho little baby ho* SljOod the Journey .well and is, gaining in strength. Tho burial of Mrs. Steele will tako place tomori'ow In the home Cttiautat'v. ^ : * ^ ? ? o o * � 9 * o SOCIAL EVENTS .Mrs. Jay Rciil i-utertainod a number of friends at lier home last cvou-ing in lienor of tlio popular visitor of tho city, .Mrs. James I'-leming. On Monday ovouing a tew friends .surprised .Mrs. '1'. Shaw at her home, 210 20th Street .Vorth, the occasion being her birtliday. After congratulations were given a very pleasant time was spent with selections from the gramophone, singing and games. A dainty supper was served and lieforo leaving all joined in singing "She's a Jolly Good Fellow," and "Auld Lani; Syne." � �  Tlianks to Die ;,'oDd crowd of corn-fades and friends who attended ihe Salvation Army liorae-league social, which was a succo.sa ftuanciaily, from �liSO, p.m. to 1�;;!0 p.m.,, everyone both young and old enjoyed themaelvea' in many interesting games. Refreshments and ice cream were eagerly sought after, wiiile the band under tho leadership of K. J, Tickner, gave several selections. One of tho pleasant events of (lie ovonins was tho welcome ot Adjutant and Mrs. llamii-1 ton and conirados of Lethbridgo corps to Mrs. G. Slarkes Miss Lowio Slarkes and Master Stanley Slarkes upon their return home to this city, attet\^ two years' visit to Milton, Kent, England, their old liome. Credit is due. to Mrs. li. Dawson, I\Irs. Tuiloeh, Mra. Russel, Mrs. Redahaw and Mrs. Mundy for their work in this event, also tile memiiers of tho- Homo League de.^iro to eicprosa tlioir thanks to Serg;t.-IV[ajor and .Mrs. Tiilloch for the use of their house and lawn'. * * * � : > : : : : : : ; WEDDINQ8 .: : : : ? ? : : : : : HERBERT-WATERMAN. A quiet but very pretty wedding was solemnized last Tuesday, August fi, when Miss litliel Waterman, daughter of Mr. J, C. \^'ater)nan of this city was united in marriage to Mr, Robert Rmbloton Herbert, formerly of Harvey Station, Now Hrunswlok. Tho ceremony took place at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. C. 10. Cragg being the �otficlatlng pastor. Tho bride, who was attended only by her intimate friends and relatives, wore a most'becoming blue suit with a dainty white hat. I Mr. and Jlrs. Herbert loft on tho rit-tornoou train for Voncouvor and otlior coastal points, and will visit in Cialgary and Lake Louise en route. Tlio bride la a well-known Lethbridgo lad.v, having lived In tho city for about oiglit years and has bebn on tho Fleetwood school staff tor a great part o( the time, whore she was very popular with teachers and ynlpils alike. Tito groom has [\l8o lived in'the city for several years','.Upon tUplr'VefJrn-thoy will reside In Lothbi'Ulgo, where their many friends Join ill wishing them � : : � �: : : ? * � o * : ; � o   ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? .;. ; ; : * ; : : : : ? Dominion iicbekah Lodge No. -U. will hold its regular meeting tonight at S o'clock in the I.O.O.F. hall. The granil iiresident, .Mrs. Rose of Jledi-ciiie ilat will pay her official visit. Tiie degree will bo conferred. At the close ot Ihe meeting rerreslunents will bo served. A good attendance is requested. Visiting brothers and sisters are cordially invited to attend. aw* There were shipped to Calgary on August 7th, from the Lethbrldge Rod Cross the following articles: 102 suits pyjamas. 168 pillow slips, ISO wash cloths, 21fi handkerchiefs, 12 fomentation wringers, 144 binders, 24.day siilrts, 48 khaki slings, 102 pairs socka, GO, hath towels, 12 surgical stockings, 2.4 amputation slings, 24 manytniled bandages, 24 T bandages, 18 pneumonia jackets, 72 P property iiaga, 4S trench caps, S4 head bandages,. 4S, ward shoes, 9G towels, 12(i operating gowns, 30 sheets, 18 nurses' aprons,'4 dressing gowns. Total, 1024 articles. .Mrs. McKillop, Mrs. Stewart, , SyESC.P.R.FOR $2,50ftDAlGES Action has' been eritered'against the ('. P. R. here in the Supreme Court for $2,500 damages on behalf ot Wm. .Fackson, a laborer of Elcan. According to. the statement of claim, Jnolc-son, was lawfully lading on the water tank ot a train near Elcan on' May 21). Tho train w'us going ut an excessive rate of speed and n sudden stop was made which resulted in the tank slipping on tho trucks, badly crushing the plaintiff's toot so that ho is permanently disabled. He is asking for $500 spociflc damages and $2000 general damagoB. DIE CAST FOR B EVENTS IN SIBERIA Loudon, Aug. S.-A dispatch'to the Times from Tokio dafe'd August 4, says: . "The decline in leading stock, after tho publication ot tho text of the government's proclamation concerning tho alma and purposes ot the Japanese ejtpedlllon to Vladivostok, reveals the ihtorpretation placed by the buslnosB opmmunlty on Japan's military actlv-ifloB. A feeling that the die has been cast toY much greater events than the .r.^alBUince of llw' Czejhs 1h reflected HERALD HAS PRIZE ESSAY CONTEST .$25 in Prizes For Best Essays On "Why Patronize Home Dealers" The Herald will give $25.00 in prizes for the best essays on tho subject: "Why Patron!iso -Home Dealers" In preference to the Mail Order Houses. 1 ho competition is open to boys and girls up to and including 10 years ot age. Two prizes will be given tor the best essays by boys and girls up to and including 12 years ot age and two prizes tor those sent in by boys and girls, IG years of age arid under. The younger girls and boys to be eligible for prizes tor both ages. Hirst Prize, $7.50; Second Prize $5.00, in each case. There will be two prizes $7.50 each and two $5.00 prizes. Essays of. any length accepted. Judges: Mr..G. R. Marnoch, president ot the board of trade, and Mr. J. W. Bawden, chairman retail section ot the board of trade. Essays must bo in by August 2Gth and should be addressed to "Tho Buy ut Home" Editor, Lethbridgo Herald. TWO KILLED IN A REAR-END COLLISION New London, Conn., Aug. 8.- Engineer Clarence Dane and Fireman L. P. Green, both of New London, were killed in a rear-end coiltsion of freight trains on the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, Just east of West-broot< last night. The accident happened during a sharp electrical storm in that section. Lemon Juice For Freckles Girlsl Make beauty lotion at home for a few centt. Try It I Squeeze the Juice of two lemon's into a bottle containing three ounces ol orchard white, shake well, and yoii have a quarter .pint ot the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautt tier, at very small cost. Your grocer hos the lemons and any drug store or toUet counter will supply throe ounces ot orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face ,neck, arms and hands each day and see how frock les and blemlBhea disappear and how clean, soft and white the skin becdnie.s. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement, Lethbridge Chautauqua SIX JOYOUS DAYS August 12th to 17th inclusive THE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS AT $2.50 WILL BE DISCONTINUED There are still a number of reservations available at $1.00 extra .for each season ticket. Tho reserved |Bection will he held throughout the entire week so-that those holding same will be sure ot a good seat. " The sale of season tickets at $2.50 will be discontinued when the committee has sold the required number (550). It is not llie intention to soil any $3,00 season tickets. Tent will be located on 7tli St., between 3rd and 4th Avenues. One block north of Knox Church. ' Single'Admtssloni to the various sessions' amount to nearly' three times the cost of a-season ticket. Even though yoi. attend; but a tew nuuibeiH, it is economy tn buy a season ticket. Children's siiigld fidhiissvIonB upprpxihiately halt' price, ,. � '' TICKETS ON SALE'AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES: ' . RED CROSS DRUG STORE, CITIZENS' LUMBER CO., J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO. North Lethbrldge HBDLEY DRUG STORE W J. LLOYD, PEOPLES DRUG STORE ' 218 Sherlock Building- Write or see W. J. LLOYD, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge. ;