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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 191S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAGE SEVEN, FINAL CLEARANCE SPECIAL VALUES IN iSHOES At The Foot Toggery I Men's Oxfords, W. J. NELSON CCX Women's Button Lace patent, tan and gum Balance of our Pumps, regular I'.MISS LLOYD 'OKORGK "TAGGING" IIEK H DADDY A ynimc daugibter ofl the democracy, who is getting her picture in the English papers almost as often'as though she-.was a Royal Princess, is Miss Megan Lloyti George. She is :a little girl tlicse times, largely, of course, because her father is so prominent at present. She is showii in the picture selling a French til-color "to her father on a London tag day for the French Red Cross, THE SCOPE OF THE RED CROSS scope of the Red Cross is prac- tirally unlimited. The idea of univer- sal fliarity, which actuates this Sam- aritan society, is capable of indcfiri- p itc extrusion. The war has been like an immense microscope has re- venlfii Red Cross opportunities in increaKin.i: magnitudes. The primary intention of tlie'1'piiml- rr of the Hod (Toss was to give the wounded on the battlefields Im- mediate attention. The Red Cross onlyt to succour thc wounded In the actual firinii but also 10 nurse them back" to complete health in base and convalescent hospitals. it has fur- ther extended its scope lo include prisoners of war, and it is now begin- ning lo sue. that all misery occasion- ed bv the war, even in its most ulti- mate" effects is a object of Ki'd Cross ac'tivit> Thc War KxecuMve of the British Red Cross has. lately decided that the care oi' those totally incapacitated by the war is work thai properly devolves on the Red Cross, provided that the funds permit. It is thus evident Lha't tbo h irmics m di band thc Red Cross never can disband. It has be- come one of the most fundamental in- stitutions of modern civilization. Us siK-ces and prosperity are the supreme rest of pur immanitarism. The state of the Red cross treasury is a di. cisive index of our capacity ;for .uni- versal sympatln The immense task which confront; the Red Cress society should 'stimu- late the public to endow this ;worths' society in a permanent way. The movement on foot in a groat; many Canadian towns to provide the Red Cross with a certain annual income is a policy ,whieh should be encourag ed an'cl developed, A..nourishing'Red Cross is as much, a criterion of true national greatness as a: triumphant army. t v s n Thompson the chiff customs inspector at Winnipeg, dh.d Jiuddcnl} p fiton luotber of Sir John Eaton, has hough! thc "Tow I'lUNOttSS PATRICIA )VHKN Y H. n. TT. Princess }lay of Teclt. charming little daughter of Prince Alexander .of Teck, vviil be Governor General of Canada to jjians-ma'de liefniv. Mid .war) and will lake iip'lier residunce wilh her parents at Rideati HalCOltS'wal when tlie groat war'is over and the world has settled down again. TELEPHONE C05 jauest McNicol, of Boston, is the of hor brother, J. W. McN'icol. Cicala pies' MiirrclMVright, HUinhotb- am, Stolze, H. E. Skeith, Keltorly, Maynard, Tinning, .Sliarrnan, cr, ,J. A. Jackson and Misses Wont- ten, Henderson, Underwood, hiiwden, ?ilaLileod, Hutchiiisoii and Downer looking after the jefrcshnients. AH pleasing feature of ihc I evening was the slitring music reri- derctl by the Lcthbridge Pipe band. j A (juadrille danced by eight High- landers brought forth well-merited applause Irom the- numerous onlook- ers. A group of young girls sold can- dy and ice during the evening when van-colored lights and Japan- spmil Her holiilays wilh her r-ircius. y Miss Tilley. superintendent of ursine Mission, ic-it yesterday ijK'nd her vacation in Toronto. lisa Rose Cameron lias returned from a holiday spent at lian'T Jiwl Edmonton. .Mr. As al! the returns are not in, the exact amount' realimi cannot he de- termined, but Mrs. Allm, who was in charge of the finances, reports that the -lestivity was a great success. One of tlie happr events or the sea- -.m was th? "Col and >.irs. 0. F. Blet-cher are in honor of Miss N'cllie Collins -Mr. Bletcher's parents and sister of Port Hope, Out. -Tlic Indies' championship in at the city Icn'nis courts has played Mrs. A. G, Olive ning: the deciding sets. ie happr events oi the sea- son was th? "College Shower" given I in honor of Miss Nellie Collins on i Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. G. G. Merchen, 215 ,15th St. north, Vvith Mrs. Merchen and Airs. J. C. Halhes as hostesses. It was in- tended as a farewell party and the idea ot "Good Luck" was carried out in four leaf clovers and horse shoe designs m'the program of the even- i ii j -vt 't-iinrnn Smith oi wllich tllc Piest5 participated I Mr. and MD. huge j inkmllch That feature oil for the past few tlle program designated as "Luckvj divs have rciurned to their lioihe. Lookeis o he e im i u A beslowme: tne shower cuts, ot Mrs. Pilbladn, relict of the lato Kcv.' B. Pilblado ami mother o! Isaac- 1'ithlacio, K.C., is dead at Win, nipeg-. Collins, in which thc hostesses were, Tlic Junior department oi Wesley assisted by Miss Zera Duns-! Sunday school will hold their picnic j acting in the capacity of an, to Henderson park tomorrow alter- messenger and dressed for the noon. I'iirenls nf thc pupils are in- j Many beautiful gifts were re- viled. Picnickers are -requested in liccord the meet at the church at 3.-1S in order; melll of a gjrl rrtlca- life. to catch the Hcd Line car to the, jn dainty lake. ments, carrying ont -'ihf ioiir-lcai i clover design, were served, Uir hos-i Amoris the people tcssps assisted l.y Jlrs. K.-B. iting Hanil last week-end were Jlr. H. .Jllinc. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, son- jjjss Collins expects to' enter- the in-lav.and [laughter of cx-prcsident Husiness College in Spokane; Roosevelt, Mrs. -William Rockefeller 0( September, and will bo I and three children, Jlr. and. Mrs. leaving LcUiliridgc in about two; Ilowat'iS Spauiding of New York, the latter of whom was Miss Kattierine Barker and is known as "The Thirty] Million Hollar Heiress." .Jmisc .'I ton' Parker of New York, was another j was quiet-j noted guest. I ly inarrieil Thursday to .Miss Wil- lint M. iiulton, daughter of W. A. The Voung Ladies Uass oi Mrs ,lolton Young's fa- ley church wish to announce, that, thcl. ,vcre thc thry will hold their "Walking Party on wav snn YOUN'G Lieut. .1. V. Young, home on fur- Saturday Sale News At "The Bay" Fill Your Week-End Grocery Order From This List EXTRA SPECIAL cviM'v ?1.00 purchase of Groceries '2IJ Ib. fi-.J Kf9 sack II. Sugars' 1 "nftf lump, liar or icing; pounds for----- [Rogers' Syrup pound liu Kiraw-hervy and Apple Jam, pound pail Raspherry and Apple .lam. -1 pound pail Lihby's Pineapple i2-lb HIX.-J Robertson's Pineapple Marmalade Rolxartson's .Icily Marmalade Robertson's fjramblc jelly 11) size) I'eas, Corn or Bpans Per tin 20e 45c KftiK Oscar Sardines Per tin Dressed Crab Per tin Kippcrod Herring 2 tins for........ Fresh Herring 2 tins for........ lOc 15c 20c 25c Pickles, mixed, on- ions .or Chow Chow; Per -bottle ............CUC French 'Per bottle O. K. Sauco Per bottle 15c Picnic Hams Per pound Roast Ham Pei- pound' Boiled Ham Per pound (Sliced) 40c pound "pnil "of 'Lard for 5 pound pail oE Lard for 10 pound pail of 4 Lard for 45c 75c In t the BOYS' OLIVER TWIST SUITS plain blue wilh white, also 'blue ;inii white slripcs; slues 2 lu 4; regular O5JU LADIES' TEA APRONS in dainty styles; materials are dot- ted inuilf embroidered lawns; regular and for LADIES' WAISTS of fine em- broidered lawns and plain lin- ens. Values to for .1 wC In the Footwear Dept. BOYS' BOOTS: blucher styles nood quality leather; sizes 5 to i') Regular 51.50 LADIES' BLUCHER BOOTS in the ever popular gunmetal. ilegular Sale prico LADIES' PUMPS of fine qual- ify .satin, a neat dressy model; regular 55.00 4 QQ Sale Price .........3) I i33 MEN'S BOOTS; these are in smart English blucher model. Regular ffO QQ Sale Price In the Men's Wear MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS plain ami pleated front Qfifi styles; special......... 3Ov BOY SCOUT SUITS of good quality Khaki drill; CO 1 Q values ........flO.IJJ MEN'S UNDERWEAR; fine weave balbriggan; just the right weight for present wear. Per Suit MEN'S STRAW HATS; clearance of out1 stock; lines up to fJ.OO....... 2.95 50c In the Carpet Dept 3 PLY SCOTCH WOOL RUGS Size 9xfl tt., green; tan or blue. Regular ?20.CO; Sale Price ,JAP ._MATTIN5j -yard values to 35c; IQn good quality ...........I vv WILTON RUGS; fringed ends 27x54; rose or green CO QC SHEET MUSIC featuring pop- ular edition Sheet Music- 4 A Pershoat...............I.U.C In the Dry Goods Department SUNSHADES; Tillues-to Just 25 left (Jrt HUCK TOWELSr hemmeil or heinatitched; pure linen, _worth 75c a pair; Per pair HOSIERY SPECIAL; hlaajc tan hosiery for ladies and child- ren. AH Per NEW NECKWEAR; choose1 from upwards of 100 new styles; values to KIMONA GOODS CREPES in pretty designs, all English -weaves; values to 25o, 4 An Per yard .............JIMS PULLMAN SLIPPERS injine uality. Kid, in neat case; regular J2.50.. .quality. Kid, in neat 1 A Two Day Clearance of these Toilet Simdries REX WHITE- FLOATING SOAP-pMamifactured by Lever Bros., Toronto; ideal! for Fri. 4 bare PALM OLIVE rtelightW toilet necessity, 9fift cooling refreshing tor sunburn etc.; reg. 50c; Fri ftVV COLGATE "TOILET Lilac, TJafrance pose a'nd.DactyleB, a pleasing Iptioa for the Aid Saturday COLGATE'S' PERFOMES AND TOILET are in variety and represent lines that always sel' at 76c Crtg Friday 'and wllw fl'oUVIERE'S SHAMPOO delightfully perfumad Egg Julep for washing the hair (30 original 9Cft pricing 50c. Friday- arid COLGATE'S.SHAVING'STICKS AN.p POWDER Friday 'and Saturday IQc HUDSON'S BAY CO. ILOYD GEQRGE-.CONFERRING.! 1TH AT mtUCHET-llAWKEY iet, wedding was solemnized on Tuesday evening 17th, instead n ,vas uclc losl. 5Iond.iv Kith, as formerly announced.] yo js a Tj The party will meet at the home ot Ljcllt js g Miss Dowselt, 907 itli Ave h, J Walson, liusiiicss l.vccr oi eryone in tlic class j c.llgarl; Herald, and a -tof-hct i f are cordiallv invited-io att.-.nd. Kcr! jlrs of further information anyone may I phono Miss Dawson, i377, or Missj Dovvsctl, 309. j A q...... Tiic heautifiii and spacious grounds! yesU-rday at high noon hy thc surrounding Jlr. K. N. liiijinlmtnair, j I Oinnon Jlurrel-Wriglit in St. Augus- residrntT presented a gay Hid tin's church, Elizabeth .los- niat'il scciir last: night, a .-gar-! ephine, youngest daughter of Mr. and drri was Rivfii in the! Mrs. K. Hawkey, became the wife of Worwii's Auxiliary of St. Antoine Hrilchet, .son of the: churcll and Ilic Xursing .Mission. Mrs. j and -Mrs. IJhilo- Dr'iiClrv, Vice-president -if' thj niciie .Bruciiet of this city..'The bride men's'Auxiliary, and Mrs. who "was. formerly taking .a nurse's president o! the Nursing training in the Gall hqspital.. is very- wivcd the cntri'ticc lo i well known .in., and promi- Ihc garden, tfupptr was S.MVCI! at nont in nmsiciil Th" groom loui Ublcs iu the static of Uic trees, is cnraccd in lataiini! xsui Kipp. They have taken a house on Ninth street and will, reside ,thcrc for the present. i" The marriage of Mr. II. Parry of Reid Hili, Albrrta, aniij Miss'S. Cart-wright oi Leeds, took place at the Pro-Cathedra! j Church of tlie Redeemer, Tuesday .morning at 11 o'clock. Thci ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Leacroit in the presence of -a number of guests. The attendants upte Mtsf A. McDougal and Air L Jothatn After the ceremony a reception "Wa? held at1 the homt of Deaconess Lam !pard where a 'delicious, wedding break last was served Mr and Airs Parrv will reside at Reid Hill I'he bride has many friends in Calgan, she spent the past two vcars a! night supervisor at the tuberculosil hospital. Telephone 1845 We Are Here to Supply Your Needs. Give us a ring ajid your order will receive prompt, attention. We deliver to any part of the city. This week-end all our goods-; as our prices are Ibw-'coirtMncd Vith V On Saturday we shall have a good variety oE Fruit at the. very Lowest Prices. Now is your time to put downpour Winters supply. The Lethbridge Supply 'Company NORTH AVENUE NORTH s. ;