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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIFTEEN FIUIUY, AUGUST 30, 1918 BAY 1EVENT Remnant Saturday SILKS, GALATEAS, NIN- INS ALL' REMNANTS OF SILKS AND SATINS-1N FACT, STUPENDOUS CLEARANCE THROUGHOUT THE PIECE QbODS DEPARTMENT AT PRICES AWAY AND AWAY BE- LOW THEIR ACTUAL COST.' BE EARLY ON SATURDAY MORNING. WHOLE CROWDS ARE AWAITING THIS BIO CLEARANCE EVENT. HERE'S A REAL PLUM Would you likf to buy beautiful printi at lOc Or a Kne of Flannelette for 13c yard. YOU rtAY DO SO IF YOU ARE EARLY ENOUGH ON SATUR DAY MORNING. FIVE EVENTS FOR SATURDAYS SELLING, THOUGHTFULLY PLANNED, TO EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT You Can ECONOMISE at "THE BAY" EVENT NO. 3 "Lino" Saturday Hero IB an opportunity .in Floor Covering which we can con- fidently assert will never come your way again. It is eicep- tlonul becauso the circumstances la connection with it are ex- ceptional. yesterday, 300 square yards of "NEW PROCESS" LINOLEUM in eicess of the order we placed lor these uoods. We don't need Is too much (or our requirements, as our original order was a very largo one. We cannot afford the time to repack -and k to the factory, so wo otter it to you l ship 'back 1 AT THE ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST OF .59 PER LINEAL YARD IThere are six different patterns and- colorings 'in this con, slunment anil tho width Is two yards. This will DO on sale SATURDAY ONLY at .ibis; price.- EVENT NO. 1 Carnation Week Is there an individual in Lethbridge who has not this week read o( "Carnation .We doubt it.- Advertised as it is in al! the Daily the most important period- icals and magazines throughout. Canada, it should be a household word by now. The "Carnation .Milk Products Co." are spending half a million cold cash in advertising as a means of bringing this milk to your a supreme test of the faith they their product. And after full investigation regarding the merits of this milk, our confi-. dence in it is as great and we are anxious to have you. try it. HERE IS OUR PROPOSITION. We.shall lay aside 100 cases of the small size, and 75 cases of the large ones which we shall offer you at cost, plus.our over- head charges. We do this, not from philanthropy, but actuated, by business motives in the firm belief that having once secured your for this product we shall ultimately become "YOUR MILKMAN OF THE FUTURE. SEE OUR CARNATION WINDOW 7c SMALL TINS CONTAINING 6 OZ. PRICE PER CASE'v PER Containing 96 tins.- TIN LARGE TINS CONTAINING 16 PRICE PER Containing. AS tma. TIN EVENT NO. 4 Crockery Saturday "A HUGE SUCCESS" IS THE ONLY TERM WE CAN USE TO EXPRESS THE MEASURE OF APPRECIATION OUR CROCKERY CLEARANCE SALE T HAS MET WITH No wonder, considers tbat we are clearing out OUR KN'TIHE STOUK ot high ers'Je crockery at prices In many cases BELOW TUB ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICE OF TO DAY. Great as has teen the sale of those goods during the pres- ent week, we still have a very representative assortment left; for our stock was so largo to commence with. Have you seized this opportunity o[ replenishing your china pantry at a nominal cost? Saturday will see a great movement in these goods so we emphatically say BE EARLY. EVENT NO. 5 Footwear Saturcjay FOR TOMORROW WE ARE PLACING ON SALE TWO SUPER SPECIALS ns a means of bringing to your notice the many splendid values we have to otter In this department. These two super special] are offered you at the actual wholesale price ot today. DON'T HISS THEM FOR THE MEN S7.60 FOOTWEAR FOR This Is ail absolutely new line ol footwear never'prev- iously shown. The new ma- hogany sliade, lace up style ,wilh "Panther" soles aiul heels. Serrti-Engllsb last and D fitting. A real smart dressy shoe which win give excel- lent wear. FOR THE LADIES J5.00 FOOTWEAR FOR Such a chance of stocking up for the' coming fall as you are not likely to meet -with again. This footwear is patent lace! hoot, with 10 Inch cloth tops. Has a medium length vamp and French heels. Only 60 pairs to sell at this price. NEW MOWN HAY Along llio edge of Heaven .with eager feet The angels gathered at the close, of day, To 'smell from earth Hi' ascending pcrfumo sweet, Of new mown hay. Rosea have they in many a blosaom'd dell, The Illy fair and heliotrope have (hey, Bui nothing equals that deaf woodsey smell Of new mown hay. On, that dear earth afar liiey knew so well The swaddling new-cut .grasses scented lay, And widening noatrlla caught tho homely smell Of new mown hay. I( they bo templed from the golden i street, And if their thought do to the old homes stray, Tla when to heaven there floals'the perfume sweet, pf new mown hay. Khan. McMahon, for the past month, return-' ed yesterday to her home' In Larlmore, Miss Thelma Lewis- has returned from Edmonton -and Is spending a holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lewis. Mr. Wynyard Evans left last night to continue his studies -at R. M. C. Kingston. t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid are visitors with 5lrs. Jj W. Hold in Bow Island. p r Mrs. S. B. Mitchell' and her guest Miss Piles, of Korsythe, Montana, this attornoon for Banff. Mr. and Mm. H. Rled are spend ing a few days atAVaterlon Lakes. D. MeLcod' and Donald, loft yesterday afleniooii to Islt in Winnipeg for several months Itcvi C..G. Itlcl.aurln, Ls.upo.rlnteria' pnt of. Baptist missions Alberta I seriously ill at his summer eollngi Oull Lake. Mr, Mctalirlnl (s to many Lelhbrligo peor.le. ft ross and other nurses are not counl. a. Taking all classes of British wo- en war workers the total ia consjd- ibly over i Over two thousand women examln rs of mall are employed In' here are about five hundred men em loye'd. In many cases these- women now no language hut their own, bu icy wero chosen for theindiscretion ml Judgment. Not enough of the [ghl kind ot women to as censor an bo the1 deputy chlo en'sor of Drllaln. Tho 'work Is o ourge- secret hut' proves most Inter sling to anyone with a llttTo imagina Ion and capable of' thought. a. S i Cliaiilanniia is derived from nllan .word that means relaxation education and Inspiration. At leas hal is what It means Instead of ualng valuable limb and ene'rgy Jn an attempt to belittle the PERSONAL GENERAL t, 4 t, t, t ft Afr. n. A. Wright Is visitor at Nelson. Mrvund. Mrs, B. Uerlrand and daugh- from visiting In r Miss McfJeay and her sister, Airs. Pringle of-Medlclno Hal, aro visiting in Edmonton, Mrs. Goo. R. their and Mrs. R. A. Ilon'il of Mcijlclnc HalMrs. E. B, Carver >re vis- iting in Vancouver. Air. and Mrs. 'Coigrrrt Nelson Minn McMahon who lias land tljltinj her trolher, Mr Mart eluded ng-tools place a! offices of liter P. urns, Co., when Jlisa Hazel-Toorbbs, -hose marriage 'lakes' place shortly, ,11. E. Snyder n-behalf ot (he firm, and employees, Itlr'a'beaulKnl'dinner set ot 07 llss Toombs popular mem- br ofthc sffiii'ti'nd is leaving shortly or Calgary. 7' London, Aug. are given j'elow of the- rteeils for which the un der-inentioncrt officdrs whose name already-have gone forward by cable won the military cross: '.Lieut. Arthur It. Kilborn, Winnipeg succeeded in uraling off n counter a lack. Inflicting lica'vy'casualties on tli enemy. Lieut, llnrold 0, Uach, Winnipeg went forward with, attacking troop! got his machine suns Into action in commanding iioiitiorrnnd asslslcil mil lerially in destroying Ihe. retreatin enemy and dispersing massing troop Lieut. Gerald.C. 1J, Liniisoil. Victor! led hia men fonvard'lhrougfl a heav barrage, when the enemy- was counte attaching and collected his comman ami picked up othcr'unite. Lieut James MacLachlan, Ga rlson Artillery, Victoria', eslabllshc himself In an observation post befo an attack anil remained there for thre and a half days, under continual fir Lieut Alexander MacLcan, Fie Artillery. though. LJIUJK.V tvll UUILIIIU IIJB work whkli tho are doing for to intense Ore am all his party hunianlty at lids trying lime It might llplh A Canadian newspaper woman wh has proved her worth In Franco AIlss Slaiirlne Roto, foftnirlyt "The 'Winnipeg who ha heen gazetted O.C. of ono of the dl IslonS of the Queen Mary, Army Aim- tlio legal profession la neil.fo mcrl- Iclno' a' field of great' activity for wo- men.--'In Kngland-'womtri 'who havo sl.udled law will shortly able'.. lo practice as solicitors, but thfib.aj- re- inalns-.closea Ip.lhcm. llngiwomen'lo enter luo before Ih6 BrKish parliament. According lo there are, at the wonien and employed In clasjllled trades tkM ilnivr the Jurisdiction tt thi Brfllsfi liwrd of-Traile. .These figures are of women em ployed In small trades and on Hie bo a good plan for nurses to take such definite war work' as their nlster members of-.this..worthy profession nro doing In tho United Slates where they liavc banded to- gether to save ttio lives nf chil- dren tilts'year. This 13 war. work worlb white nnd while It may, not pay as well ns priv.ilc nursing the spirit' of sclt-sa'crlllce Is the only thing that should actuate 'any 'effort.during this period ot stress and, danger. Tho trained nurao Is eminently fitted for this w'ork ami- servlc'o of this'kind which cannot he so lone by the V.A.D. who is only pro- lattoner and docs not pose as anything Glso Is worthy all thc-national recog- illion (tial could, possihly, bo' given, r f casualties, with llic help 01 tl signallers, he kept lilalamp and rel tuitions In nntlon -for Iwenly-fo houra. Lieut, llodcrick Qeorge Alny, C ary, led his great g antry In an attack, accounllng'tor eaat ten of the enemy himself n ,pinring his objective'.- Domeillo'n'onnnts also ei All hospital kelpen, Red SOCIAL Sunday afternoon' Ihe-J. Oj C clans' of Knoit church presented. Mrs W.jK. Illcks cafnc' finder ring nnd .a book. Jlr's.' haa had a maximum 'of 30 pupils li her class nnd has been a'tnosl popula teacher there for nearly three years will bo Much mlased for her ac live work Iherc. eifnln; an Ulcrc llni tal J. S. and Oilier .Allies "Anxious To BE of All Assistance Possible Washington, Aug, pressing ecd for arms and ammunition by the eoplo 'of Western who hav< rraycd themselves against the force. f Oennany nnd Austria, and the'Ger nan-influenced Bolshcvlkl, is being onsldered in the allied capitals, nc ording lo Information received toda) Tho answer q.t the alljed nations t his appeal has not yet been disctos ed, hut It can be staled on high ni horily that tho United States govern icnt is anxious to be of whatever pos siblc assistance. Tho people of Western Siberia wit .o olcf oftho Czecho-Sloyaks' prc claimed their independence pn-Jul 4. ThEy are reported !o have thou- sands of-well trained and who are waiting only'for equipment to begin active' resistance against, the- Germans. .The people have never ac- cepted the surrender.to Germany; im- der Iho Hresl-I-ilovsk Irealy'and have refused' to permit the Bolshevik! to ship from tills district millions .of tons of supplies lhat'Aro stored there. Most important ,of all, however, are the mines of the Ural Mountains that he government" of Western Siberia ontrol. These mines produce, more than 90 er cent, 'of the platinum' of the world, here, la also gold and copper anil ther metals much needed in (he con- uct. of Ihe war. In another part ofj. he country are extensive coal mines, ia operation of is learned, being consistently maintained by government. Jackson Farm.at Pincher Creelt Well Defended-irOne Man Sent Down -j- That cd-oper atlvo farm at Pln.cli'er Creek Has a ilearlng house for army deserters, this f being the'reason for the" elaborate scries.of enlrenclimeaU -which sur round the farm house, brought out I'j at the trial of sorne of tho men con- nected with the arined camp at Pinch er Creek ye'sler'day' when W'llhms one of the men was fined JoO and r'J costs and three.monlhs in jail i idler. Full details of thfe case are nol f, knbwn but from what Ibe Herald can J learri, it was given In evidence at the With Ihe British" Ann'y In France Aug. enemy artillery was activ last night from one enil of Ihe Brills front to Hie other. -The activity was especially marked along the neiv Sommo batlletront, In the Ussarts sec- tor In the region on the northern fronli where there was a heavy bombardment of gas. There was no development of activity by Iho enomyi infantry anywhere, however. All along the Somme front the flrl- Uah are continuing various slight ward movements lo gain advantages man paid J200 to'lhe man In charge, o( position, H 'was In movements of'and after being fitted out with a czrap_ llils kind that Dammery, mil. earr, trial that-ons of the men had liiaking frequent trips, to Calgary i d where "he coiild pick up deserters an lake them down to the farm One came yesterday into iSriflsh hands. LABOR IS OPPOSED. Washington, Aug. labor's emphatic op.eosltlon fo any, "work or flnhl" provisions In the new man-power bill extend-- Ing the draft age, In l 'Ktter from Samuel Gompers, re- ceived today by members of the senate military committee. Ing oulilt and three weeks supply of made for Iho rriounlalna The trench syatcm was described by a polico officer who bad examined j; It as a most which would do credit to 'sololera In the trenches. A regular underground sys ji leni had been worked out which would make capture In.Ihe place almost im J possible. fj H Is number ot far tlicr shortly be 'i the grain ripening' In rapidly and Ike farmers determined to sate every acre possible, there Is an. Insist- en'i dejnand for harvest' help nt the labor agencies' this At .the jovernment labor bureau in the boart' f trade building theorb wofe than jd applications for men frowi'lO. S Hptchkls.3, ,who is '_ln chajrge' o.'.ilistrl ViUioh of mcil'rbr Ing; that' Ihe.hir.vesl.JnrlJorth'lJaliOli arid 'Washington' is bver, ar.d quite' a numbor of men may bo cspcetbil fron theao jwlnls Ihei especls to gel and t.hi .liluallou will "Quito a num ber of men at Baron are also sccilrln I appreciate You 4an use It for dozens of With your own homemade Preserves and It to "war flour" to'maia lifchter biscuits, bread muffins, "CANADA" CORN STARCH is'an old faroriK with the older generation---they know its every-diy aild.econotrSy1. Youir grocer kas it if; 1 Jb. ,122 _ Manufactured THE CANADA CO. LIMITED T. ,MONTREAt ;