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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE CITE HERALD 5NDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915 Commencing This Week With a Bumper Page of Tuesday Values There Need Be No Uncertainty Where to Shop Tuesday. These Values Make These Special Are to Be Take Advantage of These Dry por Tuesday Only- Goods Specials Ladies and Misses' Gloves values to 50c 19c and Misses' Cloven In the popular lisle for summer wear. Tan and beaver shades in this clearance lot. Sizes trom B lo 6 anil to 8. This represents n special purchase from our bast- em Buying Agency, llcfularly priced Qj, from 35 to 50c Harvesters' Blankets on Sale Tomorrow Only pairs of ihesn Harvesters' Blankets boar (he reduced lirlce tickcl tomorrow. Heavy grey quality with brown and red border. Size Inches. For the man who is going harvesting. For the camper and oul-o'-door man 4 "7C these are Just the kind. Per I I 3 Lovely All White Embroidered Voiles lovelv collection of all white EmoroWered' Voiles-eight patterns from wliieh_ to make your selections. Tho designs are chiefly neat conventional figures. Spec- ially useful for the making of dainty summer dresses; 36 Ins wide; reg. a Trip to "The Bay" Absolutely Necessary On Sale at The Bay A Shipment of New ourio CADIV Summer Footwear SHOP EARLY Just Opened Up Tuesday Grocery Snaps Phone 313 FRESH FRUITS 2'dozen for tf 4 ft I I U .Cooking .1) pounds SPECIALS Jelly Powders :4 for Fearless Cream 9 1 Sodas; per packet.. fc I V PRESERVES McCormick's Jams: Straw- berry and Apple, Raspberry and Apple, Plum Apple; -1 pound pail Llbby's Pineapple. 2 tins for PICNIC NEEDS Ox Tongue, sliced Per pound Boiled Ham, sliced Per pound 35c Roast Ham with dressing, poimd Canned Lobster pound tin Canned Lobster pound tin Libby's Ham Loaf Per tin Grape Per bottle 35c 15c 30c 50c Children's Middies regular 73c popular sum- mer all 'white, liluo and red. good quality duck, neatly tailor- 7'9m ed. sizes S to 14; regular I Children's Dresses up to 95c __Children's lovely and and plain tailored styles, all neatly made; sizes Irom months to 2 years. Values run from 51.23 in. to 5U5 Ladies' Dress Skirts and values Dress Skirts in handsome mix- ed tweeds, also serges and Panamas. All nicely tailored and every one is good siylo and of this season's buying. All sizes represented In the lot. The regu- lar selling prices are C9 56.50 and 56.50 Ladies' Corsets in chic D A Model pleasing model in D. A. Corsets to go on saie tomorrow. Made white coutil; low bust; long skirt; 4 hose sup- ports. Sizes 21. to Regular 51.25 AND WORSTEDS IN GREY AND TAN, WELL TAIL. ORED, VALUES TO Inlaid Linoleums values, 69c sq. yard the steadily advancing price In Linoleums wo am able to offer you tills special in Inlalda; patterns inlaid to Iho back; 3 designs; Regular 51.00; Sdliare yard.. Table Tumblers 5c A Rood quality Tumbler to po on sale tomorrow. Heavy, clear glass with fluted base, good for every day use. lie- Kiilar 51.30 dozen; Cp Tomorrow, each Tungsten Lamps 25 4O 6O Watts Watts Watts 3O 40 SO The popular 'Condor' brand Men's Heavy Work Gloves, reg. 99c You will find these gloves In the Men's Section. Heavy working gloves in good strong horsehide and unlined. Smart shades of tan. All good wearing, well selected leathers that usually sell at ?L50. QQp Per Pair wwv Men's Heavy Wool Socks 25c pair Another shipment of these popular heavy Woollen Socks for men. They come in neat heather mixtures, are of good wearing quality and very comfortable on the foot. Extra special per pair Women's White Button Boots reg. sold at the latest button style, madB of fine quality canvas, newest round toes and medium heels, light weight. Sizes from to 614. Re- gularly priced at 53.75. CO QC Sale Price Men's Tan Calf Bluchers regularly sold at extra quality tan calf, in the blucher cut style. This represents oddments in several of our fcest sell- ing lines that must be cleared. Regu- larly priced at TK Sale Price Children's Oxfords regularly priced at the popular gunmetal in neat summer oxford models. Comes In smart blucher model. Size from 8 to 101.- Good wearing qualities. Regu- larly priced at Sale Price r JAP FIBRE RUGS, 9x12, Just two of these Jap Fibre Rugs on sale. Size 0 ft. by 12 ft Regular ?10.0n values. One is plain centre witr. green and red oriental border.. The other is tf g QQ CHILDREN'S WHITE BUTTON BOOTS Children's' "White Button Boots in sizes from 3 to 8. Smart style: 'spring 'heels. Just pairs to so on sale tomorrow.' S'1.50 'values tor CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Many Special Bargain Offerings On sale every (lay this week, in Summer Merchandise that you need right now. It's the lilt'and Wnal clearance of all summer stocks at the yet announced on thoroughly dependable merchan- dise in standard qualities and assortments. Two Extra Special Bargains in Dresses, Including Our Entire Summer Stocks Lot No. Worth up to S7.SO Mulls Crepes and Voiles in dainty colors pi sky; mauve and' white-a splendid variety of styles and sizes. VOILES AND CREPES 33c Regular 45 and 50c values PANAMA HATS ReSular value LONG SILK GLOVES 79c Regular S1.2S value 1WASH GOODS 19c .Worth up to 3Bc BEDSPREADS 98c Regular value New Goods Arriving Daily New Silks and Dress Goods, Xew Viyella Flannels for children's wear, Waists, Py- jamas, etc.. New Corsets and New Furs .and Suits, New Hosiery and Un- derwear. Lot No. Worth up to Handsome new garments in Voiles, Crepes and Wash Goods, sizes up to -12; a nice selection of most becoming styles at half price and less. EMBROIDERIES 8c' Worth 15 and 20o 'HANDBAGS Tip to A special lot, Half Price LONG SILK GLOVES 43c Worth up to 75c LADIES' UNION SUITS Worth up to 75c SUNSHADES Worth up to TELEPHONE 605 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. E. Humphries, 120 llth street south. As this is a regular business mooting all members am requested to be present. What, promises to be one of the most pleasing social events of the season, is the (lance to be given un- der the auspices of tbe-Red Cross so- ciety in the Chinook club next Thurs- day evening. The members of the club have kindly loaned the building for the purpgtf to the ladies of the Ued Cross, and the dance will be sole- ly for the benefit of the Fund. Tickets are moderately priced and may be ob- tained at Jackson's Drug store. Miss Ethel Mahon -left Saturday1 af- ternoon to visit friends in Brock- ville, Ont., and Syracuse, NA. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Renter and Misn Tilney have returned from a motor trip to Spokane. Miss Mary Murphy is leaving today for fiassano, where she will spend a eouple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gordon, of Ed- monton, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. D; H; Elton. Mr. Rennison, of Monarch, was a weok'-end visitor in the city. Mr. E. Butler and Mr. Fred Horne nagl returned on Saturday from a trip to j ly ushed me at Wiesbaden, looked up the Panama Exposition and the coast their knitting-needles "war German Hatred For Americans (Correspondence New York Lausanne, Switzerland, July S. The three fat, well-drcsserf, indignant t German ladies, comfortably seated in Mtlie compartment of the railway car- HornR riage into which the s'cnaftncr polilft- Practice Economy And Patronize the City Second Hand Store For Yoiii- Needs in Furniture, j A dollar saved is a dollar earned. A store full of High. Grade Furniture. City Second Hand Store Street South. Lethbridge Men Can Insure Printed Matter Not against fire, but against MISFIRE. The insurance is yours cost when your printing is done by The Lethbridge Herald Job Dept. FRED T. ROBINS, Supt. PHONE 1252 cities. Mr. W. O. Hamilton, of Carman- gay, motored into the city for the week-end. Mr. J. S. Smith and Master Ir- vine are leaving today On a visit to their former home, Yorkton, Sask. Mrs McCamhly is visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. I'. P. Black, in Calgary. Miss Robinson was the hostess of tho tea at St. Augustin's tennis court on Saturday. Mr. H. G. Long left on Saturday for Denver. He u-ill be accompanied home by his wife, who has been away for several months. Miss Violet Bcasley leaves today on a trip to eastern cities. Mrs. Thihhs. oi Jarv'is, Ont., is visitine; her daughter, Mrs. D. F. Williamson, Ninth Miss Olara Patrick is spending a month at lianff, camping with Calgary friends. Captain Wm. Harris, who' spent last week visiting in the city, re- turned on Saturday afternoon to Sar- cee Camp, Calvary. Miss Agnew left, on Saturday for a short stay In Calgary. Inspector Morgan and Mrs. -Morgan returned on Saturday from Calgary and Banff, where they have been Tin- itlng for over a month. The Willard W. C. T. U. will meet ML Thursday afternoon next at three socks, otter of unified patri- 011 surmising that I was not of the Reich, in spite of my German journals. Presently, while I was drawing a curtain, one of the three abruptly arose, looked with easy unernbnrraKSment at one of the la- bels of my hand-bags.; and, perceiv- ing an. Anglo-Saxon surname, she wiiispercd her conclusions audibly lo her companions. An Englishman was an must therefore be one of the detestable Americans, Thereupon all three of the ladies got tip suddenly, arranged their belong- ings with ostentatious exactness, and Sunlight No reason why Monday shouiu not be ironing day aa well as wash-day. Use Sunlight Soap. It cuts the usual wash- day work in two. It's abso- lutely pure, therefor, it is the cheapest of all soapa to buy. sat, down acrobatically on the, edges of UK. carriage seats, with their hacks to me. With [requrat semi-audible remarks, of no kindness, they continued to sit in that significant .and un- comlonable position-patriotic all. ot the rest of their ride. .When we reached Spcycr. they cautiously rose, still with those contemptuous, fleshy hacks to me gathered their ejlects and then proceeded to sidle out 01 the compartment, carefully holding from all contact with nn- person their skirts and. satchels. Fatlierland- I love and hatred pi America are two of the great popular passions in the Reich today. I mention this little incident be- cause it illustrated the psychologic transformation of the mind of the average Herman toward everything and 'cveryhody from the United States. And it will indicate to Am- ericans who have occasion to cross German territory to reach Switzer- land, or other neutral countries, the sort of thing that they must, expect to say incidents of more im- portant and unpleasant nature. Americans are decidedly "not want- ed" in Germany today. No matter, what has been the sentiment 50v. si it American society, toward American Which hotels, shops, industries, and so much el e in ''ir- many. are likily to suiter seiiously that" kindliness ir a merell tui i niercial of it, lb at end Americans tweilmij in Ocmum, in fact, will do well lo iiininuii- cating to others thai" lationintj al- most as pnuir.utl) ron eilun' It as it they were British, ,it leas.5 in pibhc, The two chief national! almost as prudently confused, angrily ami in- tentionally, in the popuhr Teutonic inincf asi never before They "hate" us, our whilom itcr- man friends, and the) blow t 11l.it Americans, at the risk of loss ot self- respect, will care to find tlwmiohe, much in Germiih surroundings dur- ing or soon after the present war is doubtful; but TisitoiB or. trav- ellers as there be mil he( sure to meet with sour looks, sour words, insults, and inconveniences pt varied softs. MORGAN III. This is Junius Spencer Morgan, son of J. P. Morgan, photographed on his honeymoon through the Panama zone His wife was Miss Louis Conversi, _ Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS I Kill I If, ;