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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1917 THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN of the BAF CHILDREN'S WEEK on SATURDAY A Merchandise Program that Affords a Varied Selection of Useful and Wanted Goods Rugs and Carpets especially suitable for Children's Rooms FINK QUALITY TAPESTRY ItlJGS In neat shade* rtni! patterns: Sizo * feet 0 In: by 6 feet. Special vuluo........ $7.49 TAPESTRY RUGS Oriental patterns. Sizes A| 47x54. Special value I* 13 FRINGED DOOR MATS Stoncillcd patterns. Sizo CQ~ 12x30 In. Special, each ....... U�fC CHILDREN'S ROOKS AND TOYS- 2 special tables, our clioico of toys "hoaka- 25c and .JAPANESE CHIN A '-Ctl^R* SAUCERS . PBtTTILY DECORATED Special 2 lor.......25c Special 2 for.......:J5c . Special 2 lor.......15c KNOCKABOUT DOLLS 6 dozen. Regular 30� *)*) + Special, each ............... mhC CLOVER LEAF CUPS AND SAtJCERS- .Specially, priced, children's e j* week. Cups nnd saucers ......iOC *, FEATHER PI LLOWS- � Fine for the chlldren'K beds, /jrt Sizes 17x25. Special each ____V�fC Boys' Wear at Special Prices fpr Saturday BOY'S NEGLIGEE BOYS' COLORED SHIRTS Assorted stripe - patterns^ collars attached. Size 12 1-8 to' -.!CQ'�� 14, Special......V,'..'-.>J.... IjtJC BOYS'SUITS In Norfolk and pinch back styles, made of good quality, fancy- worsteds'/and t\v*Ms and haincepuna.' ' ValneV to flee. . ..... J Special ............,' . SHIRTS \Vltli detached collar nnd soft cuffs. Sizes 12 1-2 to 14. CO*. Special ..................UiJC BOYS' WASH SUITS In white and blue stripe, 4Q-, Regular 85c. Special ---- Boys' Khaki Colored 1 taniiiilettc Top Shirts; Special Sttc : kar Specially Priced s.?rday BIBS- Neatly bound t.:  ;'isi, , - pink ribbons. Speciaj . .""' .. 3 for ...................... CHILDREN'S CREPE ROMPERS- Illuo and white and pink and white stripe. Special Ofi*� Each.......................OOC CHILDREN'S KNIT COMBINATIONS- Lace trimmed. Size 18 to 32. Special, suit............. MISSES' VESTS Fine knit quality. Lace. trim- Og - mod. Special ................aCDC JEN'S PRINT 47c Week-end Specials at "Bay" Grocery ANOTHER LIST OF ADVANTAGEOUS PRICES FOR THE MANY PATRONS WHO VISIT US DAILY. AT NO OTHER TIME HAS. THE REQUIREMENTS IN GROCERIES COST SO MUCH A8 AT PRESENT, SO BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF LAYING IN YOUR REQUIREMENTS YOUR MONEY IS BEING USED IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY. 60c Best Granulated Sugp.r. | ( Special 20 lb. sack ____ McLaren's Cheese in jars. Each 35c and ____ Fancy Seeded Raisins. | Finest qu... with self tonea . trimmings in colors rose. Sizes G to 14 yearD Upeclal ................ CHILDREN'S CHECKED GINGHAM WASH DRESSES- Pleated skirt effect. Sizes 6 to 12 years. Special .... specia!.. .25c 10c Family Dlentl Coffee, ground or in bean. Special 3 lbs. for ____......... Heavy Pack Tomatoes. No. 2 1-2. Special 2 cans Centennial Flour in 24 lb; sacks.-Only 50 left, while it - . ,A| lusts. Special, per Hack..'|ftlae5v Olives, plain and stuffed. Pridea 15c, 20c, 25c, 32c, 35c,. 40c:�r�rf 76OV Gallon jars large Qft: Queen Olives. Spec, jar h'#jrjsfQ." Pineapple, per tin, 2 for1 25c, 30c and ........i ' Pure Malt Vinegar, quart.' bottles. Special each >; > i,, Seal of Quality Bleni , '* figi�'� -ffee, per lb. ...... ^..^WC Children's Specials in Dry Goods Section CHILD'S WHITE 1-1 RIBBED HOSE- Sizes 5 to 7, pair .... 25c Sizes ~y2 to S){>. pair *.30c CHILD'S MERCER!/ ED WHITE COTTON SOX,---.- With fancy rolled tope, -in -pink, .sky,.- > red, brown, navy or black. Per pair............. ..... OUC CHILD'S HEAV\ 2-t RIBBED HOSE- In black only. Si/.cs 5Va to 9- Off . Selling Special. Pair .........CDC BABY TALCUM POWDER- Heat quality. Per tin 1 r Special.................... IDC Uniform Hair Bow Fasteners. Mixed, each 10c DRESSING COMBS- Coarse tooth in blank rubber. p* ff ihtfi'es ling.  Specially priced OC CHILD'S LAUNDRY BAGS- Dutch figures, stamped and a/* tinted. Each to clear ....... frUC Dutch figures, stamped and tinted. 99c Boots and Shoes Priced Low for Saturday TAN VICI BUTTON Children's tan vicl button boots,1 3ard soles, very fine quality kid, without heels. Broken.. *| sizes, to clear ,.....p.r strong'and reinforced to give .TtKa.-greatest service. Sixes I to'U'. Chtfc.: dreii's weeK from $3.75 up. "" j GROWING GIRLS' SHOES- Growing girls'-patent lenthor button boots with cloth tops, wide fitting and low heels. Sizes 2 to AA QA -4�4. Children's week ...... �p*�aO�f BOYS' BOOTS  Boys' box kip bluchcr boots, wide fitting and block toes. Sizes S to 10%. *n r-A Children's MISSES' BOX CALF BOOTS- - � Misses box calf bliichor boots, wide. ,\fitting, with a medium heavy sole, a Splendid shoo tor every day wear. .';3izes 11 to 2. An rjf* .'Children's week...........# D *3�- � PHONE 1224 T I ji FARMERS' ELEVATOR Mrs. \Vm. Shearer, 'of Calgary, is, the guest of Mra. J, It. Minor. .'�� Mrs. E. Hagell and family are spending several weeks at'Elko, B.C. -   Canon and Mrs. J. E. Murroll-Wright nnd children are holidaying at Elko, B.C. . �'�  ��'   Mrs. A. J. Maynard, of Lloydmln-sver, is the gu^sf of. her brother,' Mr. H. Maynard arid Mrs. Maynard.  * * Mrs. W. B. Sirnpson and little son, of Edmonton, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simpson.  * ' Mtb. R. W. Long and daughter, Aileen have returned from; a vacation spent at coast-cities.' 3senta- � . ' '  Jti, Wlscon- ' - ..;�) >. M. Nelaoj) / of Spring Coulee, .- ' .  intended by her sister, -'  PleuBH, while Mr. Wm, � :--,'i Tavlsh'.-.  . ' i .- .ne Ha� ' . Ham MacPherson. front, =^., Maurice, chief direutui u: operations at the war offico, in his weekly talk to the Associated Press today. "Tho communiques In their usual fashion," continued the general, "reported numerous attacks repulsed with heavy losses. That shows thf> Germans are jumpy and nervo"-a matter of fact there *" one British attacV which was ' . �� German.  .. . an ' , ' '"'"'. . j '; -::^ation oi the .- Maurice said: . ... retirement has been >" ..�'..�..d'jy less in the last week, -.�/.�or Kerensky and (Jen. Korniloff, . Russian commander in chief, arc j making strenuous efforts with considerable success to re-establish discipline but it would be premature to say that the Russian leaders have yet succeeded in setting a limit to the German advance. It would be premature even to regard the situation as mere satisfactory." It is natural to expect that the Cormans after advancing 90 miles and reaching railways of a different guago must pause a while and bring up communications and supplies. All that can be said today is 'that the Russians have gained a brief breathing space which we hope they will use to the best advantage to prepare for another attack.. �n;  Burke ai)d Roy Wood were the guests of. John Forslln, Sunday. ' ' John Rehtz'went to Warner Tuesday. ' ! - " ' Sam Noble entertained friends from Lcthbridge Ttierfctay. Mrs. Geo. Rui^ went to Lethbrldge Wednesday. Elmer Kessler shot and killed a fine young, bear on, hla homestead in the mountains, last.; week. The. animal weighed' 700 lb> dressed. The meat is said to be good eating. The much dreaded disease black leg, has made its appearance in this neighborhood. � John Rentz lost five of Ilia.fat young.calves. .Mr. Rusk the veterinary, was called and he at once vaccinated Mr. Rentz' herd. Mr. and Mrs. John Rentz were the guests Of Gib, Moreland' Monday. Lieut. R. L. Jnmes, Royal Flying Corps, son of R. James, J. P.. of .Pocahontas, Alberta, was fatally hurt while flying at Brooklands with his'machine oh Friday, August 3. He had Just re-turned from Egypt, where he had been engaged In active service. THE KERMARIA CONVENT Pincher Creek Alberta. This convent Is beautifully situated among the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The locality i3 most healthy and the surroundings picturesque. It, is a boarding and day school for young ladies- who wish to take up the high school course as' well as public school work, and for boys until the age of twelve. 204-1 M OTHERS and trained ' taiiiM all over the world know by experience that the . beil protection and relief ior the Dibjr't tendei skill it Mermtn'i Bouted Talcum Powder. Meoaeo'i ii the original boratcd powder ex-bteuly to loothe and comfort b'biei. Hat been in lue for 30 ynn and ii to-day . rh� bett known, moil wed baby powder. BORBTCb TALCUM REMOVAL SALE s OF s DURING CHAUTAUQUA WEEK WE HOPE TO SEE LADIES VISITING THE CHAUTAUQUA. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW OUR DISPLAY OF HATS Kport Hats, at...................... I lit rim mod Shapes, at .-------....... $2.25 Balance of Flowers, at................ 15c All Triimnea Hats at Half Price The Lethbridge Millinery Co. L. A. SCOTT, Manager. 614 4TH AVI. -�. ;