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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX AUGUST'IS.'1916. It I'Q wise to pro- cure school" shoes for the hoys and girls early. The difficulties, of getting good shoes are getting greater every day and it will no doubt he a saving in money as well as great- er.satisfaction in wear to biiv early. We have a Good Stock On Hand Now Sherlock Building (Continued from page nvo) their resolution of sympathy tendered after the death ot Bov.-O. P. McDoug- all. J R. IIool) and a party of friends i iiindc a trip lo this district on Wuduos- jdny and looked over (ho Ilireo large Noble farms. We do not see the Union Jack al the school yet. Surely it cannot be i that there Is a Inch of patriotism j j among our trustees! 1'erlsll the I thought! Grain is tailing before the busy bin- dcrs on the farms of S. Burns of White Lake, and J. Patterson of Newlands.; lly the time our notes will he penned j next week, cutting will be general and I the farmer's busy season will again "be round. By all present prospects there will be a host of happy smiling farmers this fall tor yields will be good and prices high. The fanners deserve .great things and they will undoubted-, ly set them this time. Tiie Red Cross sewing circle, .will, mcei next week with Sirs. Cranstoun and a special invitation is being ex- tended to all ladies to attend. Work has been received this week from New-i lauds, per Mrs. Clarke. Kclio. per Jlrs..i [Gleasou. and White Lake, per Mrs. I Burns. These articles include pyjam-j as. day shirts, surgical shirts, ab'db'nv' inal and T bandages and other smaller) articles. Another large parcel is being shipped to the Calgary depot today. J. H. Model has begun on a j new residence he is going to build next to the Presbyterian manse. Private and Mrs. Brown spent a cou- ple of days in town last wfiek. Pri- vate Brown is now with the 137th Battalion which left Calgary this .week. We notice that a vault is being built at the hack of a certain office in town. Evidently big things are ex- pected for this fall. We hear that our blacksmith. TV. A. McLeod. is going to Carmangay in 'the near future. He is a man ill a'fford to lose. A special service has ieen planned for Sunday night in connection with the cradle roll department. Certifl- i cates will be distributed, the roll will i be on view and special music and ser- moil will help to make a very. .interT esting service. A welcome has been extended to all to attend. Miss'Estelle Bowness has accepted a position in.the Hanna school and will leave at the end of the month. This is in the nature of a well-deserved pro- motion and we congratulate Miss Bow- ness upon her success... Xewlands school resumed work on Tuesday morning after summer holi- days. Max McD. Tail, the well known Al- berta writer, was a business visitor to town on Wednesday aftmioon. At the Xewlands service last week; a committee was formed; to take re-j sponsibility for the church work in j that section of the charge. Mrs. Jinks, Mrs. Todd and Messrs, j Wm. Cawdron and G. were appointed members oE the com-1 ruittee for the ensuing year. GUARDS PICKS UP ALL LODGED GRAIN The H-5 Gaterman per set of Has Saved Farmers Millions of Dollars Special Prices to the Trade DON'T DELAY ORDERING HARDWARE 1684 Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. 575 DROWING TRAGEDY "Sarnia, Aug. ashore last.night from a burn- ing launch with her five mon- ths' old daughter, Jean, Mrs. George .Clydesdale, of Frorom- erfield, lost consciousness as she neared safety and let the baby: sink in 15 feet of water, in the St.. Clair river, a few miles below .Courtright. Mrs. Clydesdale was rescued by her husband; INFANTILE PARALYSIS IN ONTARIO .Toronto, Aug. more cases of infantile paralysis have been report- ed to the .provincial board of health, two from Walkervllle, another new case from Fort William, and one from London unofficially. That'the-disease is spreading despite all the instruc-, lions and warnings given, is evidenced by the fact that 13 oases so far for the month of August haTe been reported as against 11 cases for the month of July, when there were two deaths. Toronto as yet has not had a case to report. Shrewd Shoppers Should Clamor For Our PAY DAY BARGAINS TOMORROW We komy the working man always has to plan to make Uis pay check go as 1'ar as possible and are glad. e are sure our store can offer him. The Biggest Bundle for the Dollar i f Every pay day we arrange to offer a complete list of exceptional bargains which ensure the utmost value for every dollar spent. We are never undersold and on pay day we lire.ak 0111; own record for big values. Bring your list of require- ments to us tomorrow Mr. Working-man and you will feel that you Have got the in ost out of your pay check. THE PALACE CLOTHING CO. Next Bank of Commerce RING UP For YOUR NEXT ORDER of PRINTING QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. ;