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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. 1917 THE LRTIlDnmr.E DAILY HERALD JMWWWgg^g? J----'- �- ---I.IIP8-WJ- J1L1I .. J.-1_____ PAGE SEVEH THIRSTY PEOPLE GO AWAY FROM OUR PARLOR REFRESHED AND SATISFIED. YOU WILL ENJOY OUR NICELY PREPARED ICE CREAM DISHES AND COLD DRINKS. The Empire M. & M. BEATON NEXT ORPHEUM FOSTER REPLIES 10 DEMANDS OF THE ,� EXAGGERATED 40 PER CENT. cent., according to tho results of tho allied navies which was ? held at Paris July 25. * * TODAY 'Procrastination is the thief of [health: Keep yourself well by [the timely use and help of KKHAMS PIUS Lh*mI S�U .1 Amy M�4ir.iM in �k> WatUL Sold �**nn>h�r*. In boiu. 21c. HAY W anted A few car loads at the following prices: NO. 1 TIMOTHY JJ-J QQ NO. 1 ALFALFA jjg a0 NO. 1 M.XED $15#00 Farm Products Od. 201 SHERLOCK BLOG. Phone 777. W. J. Lloyd, Mgi- KEEP WATER OFF THE HIGHWAYS "I wish to draw your attention and that of the council to the deplorable methods practised by many of the people located in the irrigation block east and south of Lethbridgo, by crowding their irrigation ditches and irrigating the public highway instead of their fields," said a citizen today. "I am doing very little else but farming myself and can therefore realize the importance of Irrigating and using the water to the utmost limit, at certain periods, but it can be scarcely considered fair for a farmer to do this without paying tho slightest particular attention to the traffic roads under which his ditch or culverts are located. While ono farmer Is using the water for irrigating his land, there are hundreds of other farmers who are travelling over those wagon roads and some measures must sooner or later be taken towards the enforcement of keeping tho irrigation water off the general traffic roads, and I believe for tho good of Lethbridgo and the districts through which the ditches flow that something might be started now along this lino. The government road officials have done some good .work in the district this year, yet this is of no particular benefit if vehicles, both light and heavy, are to bo repeatedly stuck in tho mud holes croated by the overflowing of irrigation water on the roads." > : .;. .;. a .;. . .;. WOMEN HARVESTERS COMING Winnipeg, Aug. 1G.-For the first time in Canada women are coming west for the harvest in sufficiently large numbers to warrant special train accommodation for them. Special cars on all harvesters' trains will be set apart for women, who will work in the fields, if necessary. One train carrying women harvesters left Quebec today.  > > > > London, Aug. 1(1.-At Windsor castle tho following investures have talc-en place today: Lieut.Gen. Richard Turner was conferred wi'h a knighthood and the order of Knight Commander of St. Michaol and St. George. Col. Reginald Sims receives tho order of Commander of tho Order of St. Michaol and St. George. Liout.-Col. Harold McDonald received the Distinguished Service Order. Majors Kenneth MRhaffy, Charles Willots and Charles Wilson received tho bar to tho Military Cross; Major Henry Cooper received tho Military Cross a-.)d the bnr; Lieut. Evan Price, the Mi.'itnry Cross; Majors Percy Alexander, Samuel Birds, Crank Winsor, Dick Worrall and CaptainB William I-Iulo and Ashloy, ot tho Medicals; Captain John Stewart and Lieutenants Roy Harrison, Stephen Johnston, Knight, Morrill, Maedowell, John Mc-Klnnon, Cyril Stevenson and Harry Woottori received the Military Cross. GERMAN LOSSES IN JULY 89,800 London, Aug. 17.-German casualties reported during July in the German official list but not necessarily having occurred in July, amounted to 89,SG;i, as follows: Killed or died of wounds or sickness, 21,:iSft; prisoners or missing. 14,620; severely wounded, 13.S9G; wounded and slightly wounded, 39,958. The total German casual-1 ties since the beginning of the war ex-1 coeds 4,500,000. GERMANY'S ANSWER Copenhagen, Aug. 17.-The German-government's attitude on so important a matter as the peace proposal of Pope Benedict can only bo niado known after tho most, careful deliberation, particularly as its decision can only be taken in full accord with Germany's allies. A statement to this effect has been communicated by tho German' foreign office to the Gorman press. BRITISH LABOR WANTS DELEGATES London, Aug. 17.-Members of the oxeeutivo committee of the labor party have recommended that a resolution bu adoptod at the adjourned labor party conforenco noxt Tuesday to tho of-foct that tho conference remains of the opinion that it would bo necessary for tho British labor party to bo represented at Stockholm socialist conference in order that the opinions of the party bo not aiiauadewtow} or J misrepresented. ... j. �*� * �*. *� .j. ** *2* � .; THE GREEN CROSS ? * o *??�*> Send for free copy of "Universal . Special..... .$1.75 Ladies House Dresses in good quality Ginghams. Special prices $1.11), $1.1!) and $2.00 Ladies' Taffatine Underskirts In shades, brown, black, navy. Special.......... $1.95 All Silk Waists Fine quality, handsomely trimmed. All sizes. rttn Special ......................�J)Z.Ui(J Ladies' Muslin Waists niack and while stripes, and plain ij] white. All sizes. fl�i e%m Special .....................�P1��0 Dry Goods and Fancy Goods at Special Prices 1000 yds. black and white Gingham, 27 inch, fast color, Per yd. .. 12i/>c 200 Yds. Black Sateen 30 Inch, very soft and heavy. Special for -dress and men's shirtings. Regular 05c a yard y| � m For, per yard................. 100 Yds. Fancy Tweed Dress Goods 40 Inches wide. Regular CA*. 75c. For, per yard .............DUC 300 Pair Ladies' Black Egyptian Cotton Hose 8% to 10 In medium and out sizo. Regular 40c tor 9C#� Per pair ....................�DC William's Shaving Soap Regular 10c. For j" Per calte ......................$/C POCKET MIRROR 1 ft/. In case ......................1UC PIG SKIN CHANGE -l r CASE .......................IDC COL'D LEAD PENCILS ( 2 for ........................ DC SHAVING BRUSHES -I r or Moth Brushes .............IDC CREPE TISSUE PAPER. (J Por Roll ..................... DC In Cretonne 2 sizes 3 Inch Hair Ribbon All silk taffeta, in many 1 j| colors, (plain). Per yd........1UC Laundry Bags 25c&50c Linen Glass Towels With Red or Blue. 1 C� Each.......................IDC Terry Bath Towels In natural color with red border, 18x36. oer Per pair....................JJl POLISH ED WIRE HAIR PINS Per Packet .................... 2'/2c Boston Playing Cards For .......................15c Solid Leather Wallet and Card Case. Each .. 50c TERRY FACE CLOTHS NAIL BRUSHES r or Vegetable Drushes ......... DC DELASHAYE FRENCH Irt PERFUME ..................1UC POCKET COMBS 1 A Or Barber Combs .............IUC PERFUME SELECT 0|" (Somito) ................ ..�DC Saturday Grocery List Emit Cake, per lb............ Paris Pate, per tin........... Best Japan Rice, 3 His. for .... Good Quality Rice, 4 lbs. for .. Pine Salt, 10 lb. sacks, each . .. Currants, 2 pkgs............. Oatmeal Wafers, in 2 lb. tins .. Donalco Coffee, per tin......... R. C. Soap, (� bars in carton. Special Roger's Syrup quart sealer. Special Roger's Syrup, 5 lb. tins........ Toilet Soap, S cakes for......... Ammonia Powders. Special 2 pkgs. Equal Egg Powders. Special tin Laundry Soap, 5 cakes........... 25c 10c ,.25c . 25c .25c . 35c .,10c 40c 27c 43c 58c 25c 15c 45c 25c SPECIAL FOR STAMPEDE WEEK Khaki Neck Handkerchiefs, with Canadian ensign. Also British Flag Handkerchiefs with |*q Bulldog Photo as Motiff. Each ................D5fC Saturday Special List of Men's Wear Men's Medium Weight Wool Sox- Special, per pair........... 40c 99c MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Piain assorted stripes. Regular to 51.50. Special, each .......................................... MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL PULLOVER SWEATERS ............. $2.89 MEN'S WORK SHlRTS. ................98c In grey, navy and maroon'. Special..................... Large and roomy, of good strong drill. Special ................................. MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SWEATERS In assorted colors of maroon, groy, fawn, & 4 AA UP brown, etc.. Priced ............................. MEN'S HATS Of good quality felt in Fedora and Brunswick styles. Regular $2.50. Special ................. $4.00 u" $1.98 Men's Light Caps. Value $1.50- Special ____......,....................98c MEN'S COWBOY HATS ..............................$5.49 Tho Stetson Dig 4, Special .............. MEN'S GLOVES Made of Buckskin and Pickery Hog, Men's Week, Special, pair....................- $1.69 These Boot Values are Exceptional, and a Visit to the "Bay" will be very profitable. MEN'S SEMI DRESS BOOTS Men's Box Calf Bluchor and Button Boots, wide fitting, with a medium heavy viscolised sown and pegged solo. gA, Sizes (i to 10. Men's Week ......................... MEN'S DRESS BOOTS Men's Gunmetal Blucher Boots, wide-fitting and block toe. Sizes fi to 10. Very dressy for street wear. Men's Week........................................ MINERS BOOTS Miners Boots, with or without hob nails, wide-fitting and heavy leather reinforced counters. Sizes 6 to 11. Men's Week ....................................... WORK BOOTS Men's heavy Tan Calf Blucher Boots, wide-fitting, with a heavy viscolised solo. This hoot is made to stand the hardest of wear. Men's Week ................................ ELDERLY LADIES' BOOTS '' Ladies Dongola Kid Boots, In blucher style, with patent leather tip, low heels and oxtra wide ankle in B E fitting, A very comfortable but dressy boot. Sizes 3 to 8. Spocial ........................................... LADIES' DRESS BOOTS r Ladies Patent Loather Button Boots, with kid tops, plain vamp with Cuban heel, D fitting. Vory dressy for Am mgk host wear. Special......................................$4*1 �f LADIES'FANCY STREET BOOTS 1 Ladios fancy street boots with patent leather vamps, plain toe, Cuban heel with a black and white Shoppard's plaid cloth, tops. Very dressy. Special .........,..,,....... $5.89 $2.99 $4.79 $4.29 $5.69 Ohc Budson's Ban (fompanu. INCORPORATED IB7Q ECOMOMIST9 FOR THE HEOPLB" ftlBMftr t. BUMIDOt �TO�B� COMHIMlOMIW ;