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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST BIG THE BAY EVNT Remnant Saturday AN ABSOLUTELY P1NAL CLEAN UP OF ALL ODM AND ENDS OF OEORQETTE CREPE DE DRESS AND PLAIN SUMMER NIN ALL REMNANTS OF SILKS AND IN ONE STUPENDOUS CLEARANCE THROUGHOUT THE PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT AT PRICES AWAY AND AWAY BE LOW THEIR ACTUAL BE EARLY1 ON SATURDAY WHOLE CROWDS ARE AWAITING THIS BIG CLEARANCE HERES A REAL PLUM Would you like to buy beautiful at lOc Or a line of Flannelette for 13c YOU MAY DO 30 IF YOU ARE EARLY ENOUGH ON SATUR DAY EVENT 3 Lino Saturday Hero is an opportunity Floor Covering which we can con fidently assert will never come your way It is excep tional because the circumstances In connection with it are ex 300 square yards ol NEW PROCESS LINOLEUM in excess of the order we placed for these We dont need it it in too much for our as our original order was a very large We cannot afford the time to repack and ship iback to the so we offer it to you AT THE ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST OF PER LINEAL YARD There are six different patterns and colorings in this con signment and the width is two This be on sale SATURDAY ONLY at this FIVE EVENTS FOR SATURDAYS THOUGHTFULLY TO EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT You Can ECONOMISE at THE BAY 1 Carnation Week Is there an individual in Lethbridge who has not this week read of Carnation We doubt Advertised as it is in all the Daily the most important period icals and magazines throughout it should be a household word by The Carnation Milk Products arc spending half a million cold cash in advertising as a means of bringing this milk to your a supreme test of the faith they have in their And after full investigation regarding the merits of this our confi dence in it is as great and we are anxious to have you try HERE IS OUR We shall lay aside 100 cases of the small and 75 cases of the large ones which we shall offer you at plus our over head We do not from but actuated by business motives in the firm belief that having once secured your custom for this product we shall ultimately become YOUR MILKMAN OF THE SEE OUR CARNATION WINDOW SMALL TINS CONTAINING 6 PRICE PER PER Containing Sfi TIN LARGE TINS CONTAINING 16 PRICE PER PER Containing 48 TIN EVENT 4 Crockery Saturday A HUGE SUCCESS IS THE ONLY TERM WE CAN USE TO EXPRESS THE MEASURE OF APPRECIATION OUR CROCKERY CLEARANCE SALE F HAS MET WITH No considers that we are clearing out OUR KNTIRK STOCK of high gratfn crockery at prices in many cases BELOW THK ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES OP TO Great as has boon the sale of those goods during the pres ent we still have a very representative assortment left tor our sleek was so largo to commence Have you seized this opportunity of replenishing your china pantry at a nominal cost Saturday will see a movement in these goods so we emphatically say BE EVENT 5 Footwear Saturday FOR TOMORROW WE ARE PLACING ON SALE TWO SUPER SPECIALS aa a means of bringing to your notice the many splendid values we have to offer in this These two super specials are offered you at the actual wholesale price ot DONT MISS THEM FOR THE MEN FOOTWEAR FOR This is an absolutely new line of footwear never prev iously The new ma hogany lace up style with Panther soles and SemiEnglish last and D A real smart dressy shoe which will give excel leat FOR THE LADIES FOOTWEAR FOR Such a chance of stocking up for the coming fall1 as you are not likely to meet with This footwear is a patent lace with 10 inch cloth Has medium length vamp and French Only 50 pairs to sell at this NEW MOWN HAY Along the edge of Heaven with eager feet The angels gathered at the close of To smell from earth th ascending perfume Of new mown Roses have they in many a blossomd The Illy fair and heliotrope have But nothing equals that dear woodsey smell Of new mown On that dear earth afar they knew so well The swaddling newcut grasses scented And widening nostrils caught the homely smell OH new mown It they be tempted from the golden And if their thought do to the old homes Tis when to heaven there floats the perfume Of new mown PERSONAL Wright U visitor at and Bertrand and daugh ter have returned from visiting in Miss Mctieay and her Prlngle of Medicine are visiting In and Dixon with their guests and Bond of Medicine left this rooming by for Glacier National and K Carver are vis iting In and in t 9 Mlis Moliio who has vialtluj her Mart for the past return ed yesterday to her home iu p Miss Thelma has returned from Edmonton and is spending a holiday with her and Wynyard Evans left last night to continue his studies at N and Jack Reid are visitors with Reid in Bow o Mitchell and her guest Miss of left this afternoon for V and Rled are spend ing a few days at Waterton 0 and McLeod and son left ynsterday afternoon to visit in Winnipeg for several ent of Baptist missions Alberta is seriously ill at his summer Gull McLaurin fe known to many Lethbrldge GENERAL A Canadian newspaper woman who has proved her worth in France is Miss Maurlne formerly of The Winnipeg who has been gazetted of one of the div isions of the Queen Mary Army Aux iliary Corps in The legal profession is next to med icine a field of great activity for wo In England women who have studied law will shortly be able to practice as but the bar re main closed to A bill permit ting women to enter Law Bqciety is before the British According to Official announcement there at ttie pnwwt women and girfe employed in classified trades are uudir the jurisdiction Ot British of These figures are exoluslve of woman em ployed in small trades and on the Domestic servants also ex All hospital Hed Cross anil other nurses are not count Taking all classes of British wo men war workers the total is consid erably over Over two thousand women examin ers of mail are employed in There are about five hundred men em In many cases these women know no language but their but they were chosen for their discretion and Not enough of the right kind of women to act as censors can be the deputy chief censor of The work is of course secret but proves most inter esting to anyone with a little imagina tion and capable of Chautauqua is derived from am Inrlian word that means education and At least that is what it means Instead of using valuable time and energy 4u an attempt to belittle the work which the are doing for humanity at tlUs trying time it might be u good plan for the trained nurses to take such definite war work us their Hister members of this worthy profession are doing in the United States where they liavo banded to gether to save the lives of ilren this This Is war work worth while and while it may not pay as well as private nursing the spirit of Selfsacrifice is the only thing that should actuate any effort during this period of stress The trained nurse is eminently fitted for this defence work and service of this kind which cannot be so well done by the who is only a pro batloner and does not pose as anything else is worthy all the national recog nition that could possibly be ing took plnro at Hie1 oflices of the Burns when Miss whose marriage takes place was presented Snyder on behalf of the and with a beautifuldinner set of 97 Miss Toombs most popular mem ber ofthe is leaving shortly for SOCIAL Last Sunday afternoon the O class of Knox church presented Hicks with a beautiful cameo finger ring and u has had u maximum of 30 pupils in her class and has been umost popular teacher there for nearly ihreo She will be much missed for her ac tive work evening ai iatereting gatuer are given below of the deeds for which the un dermentioned officers whose names already soiie forward by won the military cross Arthur succeeded in limiting off a counter at inflicting heavy casualties on the Harold went forward with attacking got his machine Runs into action in a commanding and assisted ma terially in destroying the retreating enemy and dispersing massing Gerald led his men forward through a heavy barrage when the enemy was counter attacking and collected his and picked up nuii ol other Uuyd Gar rison established himself in an observation post before an attack and remained there for three and a half under continual Alexander Field though subjected lo Intense lire and all his party betfom ing with the help of two hu kept his lamp ami relay stations in net ion for twentyfour Roderick George Cal led his troops with great gal lantry in an accounting for at least ten of the enoniy himself and capturing his HARVEST HELP With tin gram ripening n rapidly and Die fiiniiurs determined to save every acre there is Insist ent demand for harvest help at all the IjfiKir agencies this At the government labor bureau in the board of trade buildim tlieiro woremorn thmi 50 applications for men this Weir 1ms aletter who is or diatri button of men for the stat ing that the iu North and Washington is and quite a number of men may be expected from thesepoints UHbbridge then expects u gel a share and the situation will bo Quito a num ber of man ui hiargtigkvafe also securing harvest and Other Allies Anxious To Be of All Assistance Possible pressing need for arms and ammunition by the people of Western who have arrayed themselves against the forces of Germany and and the Ger maninfluenced is being considered in the allied ac cording to information received Tho answer the allied nations to tliis appeal his not yet been disclos but it can be utatecl on high au thority that the United States govern ment is anxious to be of whatever pos sible The people of Western Siberia with the aid of the CzecboSlovaks pro claimed their independence on July They are reported to have thou sands of wel trained and loyal troops who are waiting only for equipment to begin active resistance against the Tho people have never ac cepted the surrender to Germany un der tho HresiLitovsk treaty and have refused to permit the Bolshevik to ship from tills district millions of tons of supplies that are stored Moat important are the mines of the Ural Mountains that the government of Western Siberia These mines produce more than 90 per of the platinum of the There ia also gold and copper anil other metals much needed the con duct of the In another part of the country are extensive coal the operation of it is is being consistently maintained by the ENEMY ARTILLERY IS VERY ACTIVE With the British Army in Associated enemy artillery was active last night from one end of the British front to the The activity was especially marked along the new Somme In the Essarts sec tor and In the region of Labassee on the northern where there was a heavy bombardment of There was no development of activity by the enemy infantry All along the Somme front the Bri tish are continuing various slight tor ward movements to gain advantages of It was in movements of this kind that Dammery and Parvil lers came yesterday into British LABOR IS ed labors emphatic opposition to any work or fight provisions In the new manpower bill extend ing the draft Is expressed In a letter from Samuel re ceived today by members of tht senate military FOR DESERTERS Jackson Farm at Pincher Creek Well One Man Sent Down That the socalled Jackson cdoper atlve farm at Pincher Creek was a clearing house for army this being the reason for the elaborate series of entrenchments which sur round the farm was brought out at the trial of some of the men con nected with the armed camp Pinch er Creek yesterday when one of the men was fined J50 and costs and three months in jail as an Full details of the case are not known but from what the Herald can it was given in evidence at the trial that one of the men been making frequent to Calgary where he could pick up deserters and take them down to the One man paid to the man in and after being fitted out with a camp ing outfit and three weeks supply ol made for the The trench system was described by a police officer who had examined it na a most elaborate which would do credit to soldiers in the A regular underground sys tem had been worked out which would make capture in the place almost im It IH understood a number of fur ther arrests shortly be appreciate You can use it for dozens of dainty it with your own homemade Preserves and it to the war flour to malic lighter bread and CANADA CORN STARCH is an old favorite with the older know its everyday use and Your grocer baa it iol 123 Martufcctttuid by THB CANADA STARCH MONTREAL 4 ;