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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRnALH PAGE NINE ! m 0 ! I 2 � 8 2 m I 3 HTHERE is always time for * a big dish of Dominion Toasted Corn Flakes, These crispy toasted (lakes start the day just right for the youngsters all over the land. TOASTED CORN FLAKES ma dim canada Th#.� |.M�n fl.Vaa �( alwar* peeked '.(j-liled pra..rv. l!.�tf SJMBllvisTaGwV .xfa Always Packed WAXTITE Made by KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto and Battle Creek MILADI PHONE 1224 OF (By S. S. Dunham). It realty happened, didn't it? Think ot It, beginning " * > * ? * ? . ARTILLERY FIRE ? INCREASES --- ;> t Berlin, Aug. 15, via London. 5* Lena. 1  > > �>�>> THE IDEAL MAN. to REPAIR YOUR CAR V> is tho man who know*" the tunc-i. tion of (.'very part of gn automobile. It is the Rlvilloi} mechanic alone who is allowed/to do the repair work on the pKrs of our patrons. You pay \qy brains i hero, and no apprentice gets his i experience at your expense. We invite you to make use of the facilities of our plant and; service while at the Stampede Bijou Motor Sth Street, Lethbridge ors The Wlllnrd W. C. T. II. meeting has been postponed tills week.  * � Miss Dolly Patrick is spending her holidays at Banff.  * �� Mr. Bert Kang of Bayncs Lake, B t\, i!> in tho city for the stampede.  � * Miss Marion King has returned from n trip to Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.    Miss Jean Held, of Guernsey, SnBk., Is the guest of Miss Frances Porter for a short visit. o  * Mrs. S. J. Shepherd and children returned homo yesterday from a visit, at Maple Creek and Winnipeg. * * # Mr. W. A. Parker and Mr. .1. K Kennedy are leaving tomorrow on u fishing trip to Elko, B.C.    Mr. E. J. Hill and Miss Florence. Itill are leaving on .Saturday for Toronto and other eastern cities.  * * Mrs. M. Martin, with her two (laughters of Dubuc, Sask., is the guest of sister, Mrs. John llornc.  * � Lieut. 15. Skclton who went overseas with tho 78th battery from Lethbridge, lias transferred to the Flying Corps.    Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McLood and little son Donald left this afternoon to spend two weeks with relatives In Winnipeg. � *  Mr. and Mrs. Win. Alexander and their nieces, Misses H. Steen and K. Kyle, who have been spending the summer in Lethbridge, left Jast night for Chicago.    The ladies' society to the B. of L. P. and E. will hold their regular meeting tonight in tho Oddfellows' hall after which thoy will hold a card party and social evening.    Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Stoltze have received word that their son, Morris, who has been at the officers' training camp at Fort Snelllng, Minneapolis, has received a lieutenant's commission.  �  Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Farrow and son Eugene, returned last evening from an auto trip to their son, Glenn's farm, near Trocliu, Alia. They were away about ttvo weeks and travelled about six hundred miles.  * * Miss Miriam Stoltzc entertained at a delightful tea yesterday afternoon complimentary to her cousin, Miss Lois Brown of Freeport, 111., who is spending the summer with her. About twenty guests were present. Tho tea table was artistically decorated with a bowl of palest pink poppies and blue larkspur, glass candlesticks with pink shades arid a large pink bow on the lace cloth carrying out a color scheme of pink in an effective way. A black cat emblematic of good luck formed a prominent part t*f the decorations. Mrs. R. R. Davidson poured tea and coffee, and Mrs. T. 11. McCready cut the ices, tho assistants being Misses Marcolla Lafforty, Marjorie Higin-botham, Margaret McKillop, Dona and Ada Murray. Miss Eileen Wadding-ton opened the door.  * * PYBUS-HURSCHMAN A wodding of considerable interest to many in this vicinity took place on Thursday, August 9th, at Noblcfovd, at tho homo of Mrs. George Hursch-man, when her daughter, Grace Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Rev. George C. Pybus, B.A., pastor of the Unitod church at Empress, Alta. Tho ceremony which was performed by Rev. J. R. Brown, B.A., of Barons, was witnessed by only the members of the bride's family. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. A. S. Hurschman, wore a very pretty and becoming bridal gown of white crepe do chine and carried a beautiful bouquet of white carnations. Her travelling suit was of brown check eergo with leghorn hat trimmed with old roso. After partaking of a buffet lunch the bridal party motored to Macleod where thoy took tho train for B. C. points. The bride, who is a graduate of Halifax Ladies' college and the Conservatory ot Music, was formerly on tho staff of the Okunagan College at Summerland, B.C. Sho has a host of friends in Nobloford, who join in ex- ! tending thoir heartiest good wishes. The groom, who is a native of Soa-forth, Ont, is a member ot the Alberta Methodist conference and was pastor of the Methodist church at Barons for four years. Many useful and beautiful presents were received including cut glass and a chest of sliver. Upon their return Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Pybus will take up thoir residence at tho parsonage, Empress. TREMENDOUS ARMY United States Expects Million and a Quarter Men by September 1 Over a million nnd a quartor men will be under arms in the United States by the first of September, according to statements from Washington. More than 700,000 men are now in the National Guard, or In various branches of tiro military and naval service. America is entorlng the war in line spirit. Nearly threo years ago, tho Dominion entered the war. Since then Canadian Divisions have won honor In many fierce battlos and the Dominion has earned tho admiration of tho world. The end ol the-war is not yot in Right. The allies-are passing through critical days, If victory is to be socured, it can oiily'"bo,by the mobilization ot the complete resources ot the Entente. Tho financial mobilization of Canadians Is an imperative duty. Tho savings of overy man, woman nnd child in tho Dominion are needed to carry the country's war burden. Your dollars are needed.  Invest your savings in War Certificates. ftampde Program That will interest many visitors, and afford a selection of numbers that will be pleasing to your pocket book LuaaieS. Fall Silk Dress, a Beautiful Suit, | a Rich Fur Coat or Fur Set, or a Handsome New Cloth Coat, you will find at the "Bay" Store a magnificent showing that gives a varied choice. All these are direct from Montreal, and are the latest styles that will prevail this season. Cold Lunches and Afternoon Teas Served Daily This Fine Blanket Showing is worth a Special Visit to Our Store Hudson's Hay Point Blankets In Red, Navy, Khaki, � Green or White. All with plain black borders. Point, S lb., 61x72. d� | r* a a Per Pair ............ tjjID.Uil 3% Point, 10 lb., CSxSG. Per Pair ........... 4 Point, 12 lb., 72x90. Per pair.......... $16.50 $18.00 Plush Squaw Rugs In stripes or checks. Fine for saddle or auto. Each Good Honest Wool , Blanket Medium grey with blue mixed borders. Size 5f>x7fi. for Per Pair......... Size 60-xSO, for Per Pair .......... Size G-lxSl for ,, -in A A Per Pair ............. yo Men's Week, Spociol .................................... 4./d MEN'S FINE EGYPTIAN WOOL COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Medium weight. Sizes .14 to 44. ' �'�'i' f>Q 75 UP Priced nt................................... V�  D MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT COMBINATION UNDERWEAR Color grey. (f ft Special per Bult ......................,.i�.;..���....V*'��'V These Boot Values are Exceptional, and a Visit to the "Bay" will be very profitable. MEN'S SEMI DRESS BOOTS Men's Box Calf Blucher and Button Boots, wide fitting, with a medium heavy viscollsed sewn and pegged sole. *y| |�a Sizes 6 to 10. Men's Week ............................. $*Z�0�f MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Men's Gunmotal Blucher Boots, wide-fitting and block toe. Sizes f> to 10. Very dressy for street wear. a(� aa Men's Week............................................ v3�0�f MINERSBOOTS Miners Boots, with or without hob nails, wide-fitting and heavy leather reinforced counters. Sizes G to 11. An aa Men's Week ............................................$�i�9it WORK BOOTS '" Men's heavy x'on Calf Blucher Boots, wide-fitting, with a heavy viscolised sole. This boot is made to stand the hardest 6>a �jq of wear. Men's Week ................................... ELDERLY LADIES' BOOTS r Ladies Dongola Kid Boots, in blucher style, with patent leather tip, low heels and extra wide ankle in E E fitting. A very comfortable but dressy boot. Sizes 3 to S. 4>a OA Special .................. ..............................^'*�Lif LADIES' DRESS BOOTS r Ladies Patent Loather Button Boots, with kid tops, plain vamp with Cuban heel, D fitting. Very drossy for 4>a 7a best wear. Special......................................�JtE.I'5F LADIES' FANCY STREET BOOTS Ladies fancy street boots with patont leather vamps, plain! toe, Cuban heel with a black and white Shoppard's plaid *g �|| cloth tops. Very dressy. Special......................... .9v�0�f MEN'S COWBOY HATS Tho Stetson Big 4, -('.....: Special..........,. i v�. i. .;-�* t ..,.................... ~ME$?S GLOVES^' Made of BuckBkinand Piokery Hog. / Mpri's Woek, Special, pair ............ $5.49 $1.69 ;