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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1917 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALfJ PAGE ELEVEN T CONCLUSION of the BAY CHILDRENS WEEK on SATURDAY A Merchandise Program that Affords a Varied Selection of Useful and Wanted Goods Rugs and Carpets especially suit able for Childrens Rooms INK QUALITY lu neat jMdej ami patterns 4 feet C in by Special value V TAPESTRY 1UIGS Sites Special value FRINGED DOOR MATS StencUletl SUo iaxSO each CHILDRENS BOOKS AND 2 our choice ot toys and 25c PECOFATEO Special 2 Special S2 5c KNOCKABOUT DOLLS 5 dozenv Secular 30c o O each titrC CLOVER LEAF CUPS ANTJ Specially childrens Cups and FEATJIEIl PI Fine for the childrens Sizes Special each ir BOW at Special Prices Saturday V BOYS NEGLIGEE 1 Assorted e Slia 12 Special la Norfolkand pinch back lu o good qualH tvvews anil With detached collar and soft Sires 12 12 to en v t BOYS WASH SUITH In white and blue Speck Boys Khaki Cji SKirts Specially Priced PRINT BIBS Neatly hound pink 3 V CHILDRENS CREPE Bluaand white and pink and white Special Qfio Each CHILDRENS KNIT Lace tr irmeu Size 18 to 3 If Special suit IJt MISSES VESTS Fine knit qualitj Lace trim med Special Specials at Bay with self toned trimmings in colors SUea G to U yearn CHILDRENS CHECK ED GINGHAM WASH Pleated skirt eftect Sizes 6 to 12 Special ANOTHER LIST OF ADVANTAGEOUS PRICES FOR THE MANY PATRONS WHO VISJT US AT NO OTHER TIME THE REQUIREMENTS IN GROCERIES COST SO MUCH AS AT SO BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF LAYING IN YOUR MONEY IS BEING USED IN THE BEST POSSIBLE Blend Coffee grounl or in Special 3 for Tack Tomatoes 2 Special 2 can Centennial Flour tp Eac Only 50 while It OJJ per plain and utult6H 32c 35c Gallon Jars large Queen Spec per tin 9 for 30c nnd l Pure ilalt Vinegar Special eacb Best Granulated Special 20 sack McLarens in and Fancy Seeded Large Special each Gold special of a 60c 17c 25c 45c Childrens Specials in Dry Goods Section CHILDS WHITE 11 RIBBED 5 to puir 2i Sizes CHILDS MKRCE1UZ ED WHITE COTTOX BABY TALCUM POWDER Best Per tin Special f a rolled tops in or OfV Ter pair JUC CHILDS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE In black Siics 5Vto Selllcs Pair Iliilr ras each UK DRESSING COMBS Coarse tooth in black Specially CHILDS LAUNliY v Dutch stamped and Anp Each to 1UC Datch stamped and Boots and Shoes Priced Low for Saturday TAN VICI BUTTON Childrens tan button boots 3ard very fine quality heelsj GK05VING GIRLS Growing Initton with wide fitting and Ion heel Size to frn on Lhildren week DONGOLA KID Girls dongola kid Sizes S to witli p tent toe cap i er dre of Etreet wear Children 3 BOYSBOOTS Boys box kip blucher boots w dA jilting and block Sljris s to Clulilren week BOX CALF box calf teacher wltjc with a medium heavy sole Splendid shoe tor eicr we foA 11102 t 7 Seal of QuaWj Blend per Hoy heav falf ivrwV and reinforcrd to I Slics 1 drens week ironi up From our heard clicking out tho bundles and there In tho earlier The yield In most cases will be some vfss Katherine Brodle has returned operations at the war in hi weekly talk to the Associated Fres In the real heavy straw will be shriv from a six weeks stay jerj pam animal cuttlns1 Mrs j m Shearer ot Gaigary llio guest ot Mrs J K Miaor i Mrs BrJTagell and family are spend ing soeral weeks at I f Canon and Mrs J B ngnt nnd children are holidaying at Elko Mr A J Mayiurd of UoyrTnln sier is the of her brother Mr and Mfs Alaynard j Mra L Snjpson and ItU son fcdraonton are the gueats of Mr and V Jlrs R Long and Aileen hare returned Irom a taca tlon spent at Miss Trenholmo 1i iho guest of her Kins for weeks r anil anil Children of visiting McCalgs relatives in aro slaying with Niven and of are the Nl k IL Brymrief has loft for tho coast where Bryniner and chil dren are spending Mrs Wilson la tho guest of 630 13th strtet Miss Jean who has been spending her holidays has rolurned tp the Livingston and Jim trom a yislt to Pcnnaylvdnta i Mr nnd O and their OP m visiting their Nelsonand and of Xew ed from a months elled up a The recant rains will fillall especially The Tnber illstrict will maintain 113 record in producing 1 The lumbflr for he Farmers eleva tor is nearly all and the builders will be rutting it into shape inja few t Tho threshing business will be up In order this time are quite a number of new machines coming SOME LAMB If Mary had a lamb and lowed the course of woiild be the rule if v would put r college as Sulhcrl1 worth price paid Company for Shanks of Torn fhan Eleclrlcal who has heen tho guest of i nnd McClenaghan for the pnst has left for with ail Sstcrn 1 wedding place tf s tulhefah chur1 United in V Nelson of Spring t her while suppoficd the The lhelyattoniianis nnd companies S at j1 a splendid when In ad s iowner was In charge of tho re treshraents nnd by Mlfl Wliii once Hill ami Agnes ih o the bolng assisted by Misses Jcsslo Dofothy Kath leen Terfill and Inzola POPULATION hioW census bureau has mado HOKORED plowing six Canadian officers created Companions of the of Mlctueland George James Arthur Strathcona Syd ney Chlllon Sraslus William Thomas Charles Stephen and Divid Wll lam it Bayi cmvjp tjt fd Ine laf present fti anJIIIon wedding and the parents li 3other of the groom and nnclo and aunt of the ifarold brother ol Ike and Nelson will Mend their honeymoon at Glacier Park atiil on return Nelson iarm at Spring population ol tl and military available fighting strength ot Ihe Tho total for the rorto Is and with tho IcrHlorlos named Is This la an Increase ot more than over the last Tho esi timate ot the population o Philadelj is A London Tho Jn usual continued the re numerous alttacksi repulsed f heavy shows th Germans are jumpy and Imattef of fact tliera1 oneUrlllsh at act which was Germa the said retirement lias been in tbe last week and Kornilotf commantler are Siaking strenuous efforts with con stneraole success to reestablish di clpllne but it would he premature to Saythatthe Russian leaders have yet succeeded in setting a limit to the Otrnian It would be prema ture to regard the situation as H to expect that the Germans after advancing 90 miles and reaching railways of a different gmfn must pause a hrlng up communications and All Mi can fee said today Isthat the llus Claris have gained a brief breathing space which we hopo they will use best advantage toprepare for nitf Sue I ot John Ri h R E licaton called at tlie ii Sunday evening Ourke and Roy Wood were the day I to Warner Tuei entertained friends Irom bill making n upport laid tfn Umjable a i tho evidence taken by Mr ucc Gait daring his Into the Manitoba Agricultural col lego Jame Royal Flying J P was fatally hurt while flsing at BrooMand with hi macVine oh August 116 Sad Justrti turned from whefe Ke had beeri engaged In active service THE KERMARIA CONVENT Pincher Creek 5 TI heautifull sit uated among the foothills of the Honky The locality Is most healthy and the sur rounding picture Itji a boarding and Air chool for souhg ladfe who wish to take up the high school course a vell as public school and for boys no 111 tho age of Mr Gcr RuHc jveul to Lethbndge Flmer Ke hot ami killed a rtne oung bttr home In Ilia The inini I dro sed The meat 3 safd to be good Tlitfmuch disease hack t egr lias made its appearance In this Rentz lost five this fat young calves Kusk the called and be at once vaccinated Mr Renlz and Mrs John were tlie SuesvsJ6f Gib t f NOT HISFAULT that yon conrt wHt more difficulty UIMI you did yester and IrainsJ ill oro llie woild by e penence tint teliel Mennen i Boritexl TkToi tl 16 ht 34 Jttrt anJ todtj txtt SMft VKd pnt DURING CHAUTAUQUA WEEK WE HOPE TO SEE LADIES VISITING THE WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW OUR DISPLAY OF HATS Sport a Untrimmed at Balance of at 15c AH at Half Price The Lethbridge Millinery 514 4TH ;