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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1018 PAGE SEVEN THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY MILADI decide the winner, as the first race Mre. 11. Murray 'is visiting at the coast. i'. Mr. and Mrs. J. ilutner'an'd daught cr Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. J. McGregor and Miss Schweilzer week cud visitors at Wntorlon Lakes. I Mrs. K. Sherlock and Miss Marjor lo Sherlock have returned from King ?n Proclor. i Jlr. W. S. Oray has gone to Join Jlrs. Gray at Proctor. .1 Miss Dorothy Jlarrs is visiting in I Mr. H. C- Winters has arrived in the city from Macleod and will reside hero permanently. I Mr. P. Sick -Is visiting at llalycon Hot Springs, British Columbia. 1 Mr. N'. 0. Stafford of Lelhbridge 1 visiting in Edmonlon. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Lawrence hav left for Calgary where they will tak up their'residence. Mr. Lawrence ha been transferred from the Hudso Bay staff hero'to the Calgary store Mr. and Mrs. GN. W. Allin daughter of Wcyburn, Sask., are vl King 'in the city. Mr. It. V. Maynard left on' Salur- day to join Mrs. Mnynard at Long lieacb, B. C. Mr. J. R. Oliver his returned from TiElling 'at the coasL Mips U Lindsay has returned from spending a month's holiday in Peu- licton. B. C. Sir John and Lady AIrd and Vcrc C. Brown, of the Bank of Commlrce, were guests in Ihe city today on a molor trip through the country. t Hennle Wallace, of Lelhbriilgc, Is spending a few days In town with his father, S. F. Fcrnte Free Press. Mrs. R. Wood left this week to visit at flrockville and other easl- ern points. Mrs: de'Wolfo accompanied her as tar as-Medicine Hal. The marriage ot Bilecn MhT-y Do- herty, daughter ot Hon. C. J. Doherty, acting prime minister and Mrs. Do-] lierly, lo'Captaln Reginald Cecil Win- gate CO'G. son of the late Captain S. M. WIngale, of Cralgenelt, Uunliar, Scotland, and Mrs. re- BCdlng.at South Sea. England, will take place.at the country homo of the brldeelecl's parenls nt St. Agalhe Des Mbnts. Thursday, September 12. Captain Wlnsale is slalloned at Us- iiulmalt, B. C.. -tier the honey [inlBhcd a dead heat. race (3 years and under) H. 2, L. Hawkins; 3, K. Brooke. Children's race (C years and under) H. H. Hall: 3, H. Fil- er. Men's 100 yard 11. Peters; 2, It. Hall; 3. A. E. Dupen. Ladles' ilra. Whealcrott; Mrs. Hall; 3, Mre. Kihner. Slcn's 3-leggcd Messrs. Wheatcroft and Hooker; 2. Mestrs 'ayne and Plnkhurst. Lades' 3-leggcd Mrs. Wheat croft and Mrs. Hooker; 2, Mrs. Filraer and Mrs. Ward. Star beat Cour Unity (best two out of three pulls n. ypeters; Wheatcroft. 2, 11 n lots. Tho little people and eachcr entered with Kreal zeal into] heir parls from old Mother Huubardi o old King Cole and presented some rctly drills, too. Miss Anr.lo Therese 3avaull In miscellaneous selections resented a grt-at variety of tnterlalh- nt-nl whlcb showed her splendid alcnt for Impersonation. During the fternoon n pleasing Interruption look lace when Miss Clark, who haa work- d very hard 'With the children, was resented with five beautiful bouquets ly the young folks, and Miss Slick, he superintendent, was presented with a handsome bouquet by little )illy Armstrong. Pul.llng-thc-sho 3, n. Peters.' A. B. Dunen "O- MOTHER GOOSE PAGEANT A merry pageajit was prcsentc Saturday afternoon at the Cuautaunu by Miss Clark with her group of II FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK SOCIAL EVENTS On Saturday evening, before -his de- parture for Calgary, Mr. G. W. Law- rence, of ihe'Hundson Day company here, was presented by Mr.. F. J Scares. on behalf of the staff with a handsome electric reading lamp." Mr La-wrence was accountant--tit the Hud- son liay and has been here about three years, being recently transferred lo tho Calgary branch. His place here has been taken by Mr. H. C.- Winters. ot Macleod. Are you keeping down your per- sonal consumption of furthermore, are you gelling into the halrit of using brown sugar wherever possible? The reason for Ihis is that in order to get the most efficient ecpn- omic results from the refining. of sugar about 30 per cenl. of the yellow sugar has to be pro- duced along with the white.- Tho British ration is 2 pounds a month. In France it is about 1 pouud a month and In Italy 10- ounces. In vleiv ot this; it should surely be nn easy mat- tcr for Canadians to keep strict- ly to what is asked'of them. moon the couple lilace. t leave for that FORESTERS' PICNIC fj The, combined icourts of the Ancles Order of Foresters (Courts Star and Unity) held a'n enjoyable picnic yes terday, when spent the day n Churches United at S, p.m., special meeting ot church workers in the hall, lo arrange for a religious census; a deputation from St. Clary's church will be present to confer In this matter Wednesday at S p.m., prayer service in the church. Thursday ev- ening, senior choir practice; all mem- bers requested to be present. Friday evening, junior choir practice. St. Mary's at 8.30, teachers meeting. Wednesday at 7.1G, lirjy Scouts. Friday at S p.m., inter- cession service. First Baptist JItd-week prayer service on Wednesday the 21st at S.30 p.m.; as we are expecting our pastor, Hev. Chas. Baker, a good at- Took Part in Big Fighting Commissioner Freman's Son in List i With the Canadians having taken such a considerable part in Ihe fight-j Ing In Picardy recently it IB but nat- ural that the number casualties should increase, and tins Is tho case. During the winter very few Lethuriilge boys have figured In the casualty 1UIE, but today word ivas received of four cases of wpunded men. Commissioner Freeman has received word lhat bis son, I'te. Onnand Free- man haa been wounded. Pte. Free- man enlisted in the infantry at.Wind- sor, Out. Ales received a wire tbis morning'from Ottawa that Lance- Corp. J. A. McDonald was wounded on August 9, the second day of the bis drive and is now in hospital in Houeu He was wounded in e'xtremi ties. Lance-Corp. McDonald enlisted with the Kilties. Mrs. E. Chafe, 1248.6th Aye. notified of the wounding of Pte. Allan A. Chafe. Jas. N'esbit of Coalhurst has been in- formed that his son is suffering from a gunshot wound In the face received on Augu'st 9. He is in the general hospital at llouen. HOLIDAYS A NECESSITY teruay, wucn iney spent uiu nujr Hcv. Chas. UiiKer, a goou at- Iho bottom, at Royal View Col- j5 come and licrlcs.'They made' the journey by auto 1I5-sbow our pastor we are inter- ond Ihe1 day-W4s-spent-in baseball. d in (ne work ls njre_ football; etc. In the'ievening a program of sporls was pulled oft wilb Ihe fol- lowing resull: Ladles' egg and unpon Mrs. Ward; 3, Jlrs. Fllmcr. man's (over J. Hooker; 2, H Dunk; 3, J. Wakelin. WHEN USING WILSON'S (FLY PADS BfAO DIPtCTIONS CAPtrULlY S S "Tar more Flj Catchers. Clc'afl toKarldlc.' Spldbj Druuicttan'd Oroccrs everywhere, i esled in Ihe work be is doing The children of the. Primary classes are asked to meet at the church at 2.30 .m. on Wednesday the Slsl, to go for n auto ride. Parents can rest assur d tho children will be well cared for Christian Cradle Hole rbgram has been postponed until tho rst Sunday in September." tVcdnes ay at 8 p.m., prayer meeting. Friday fternoon, the ladies will meet'at th ;hristlan church for lied Cross sew ng, Christian at p.m., regular testimony meeting. CONGRESS AOAIN SITS Washington, Aug. snmmc recess of congress which- began Jnl ]4 practically ended today. Tho hous resumed Us. regular sessions in n cordance .witli llin.recess ngreomcn while In Ihe senate- an attempt was t lie made to set aside the unanimou consent.agreement under which tl spnato Is bound lo'co'nduct'no businu unlll August 24 in order lhat Iho a ministration man power bill oxtendln draft. agejltiills lo IS and 45 yea liiken up Thursday. Old Fashioned Dance These Typograms are Real Live News about a Real Live Sale. It will pay you to read them every Day, for they tell you where to buy Quality Goods at lowest of Low Prices, and r the Seal of Economy values such as only a big unload- ing Sale could give you this year of ris- ing costs The .Commerce Red Cross will give an old-fashion- ed Barn Dance on the evening of FRIDAY, August 23rd AT J. WEIGAND'S feARN, COMMERCE REFREgHMGrm M.MVED' GENTLEMEN ORCKtSTRA Some day when tho long, hot hours tave been choked with worry and dis ipoinlmcnt; when your feet ache our head hurts, and the oven wbn'l ork, you may close your eyes an? ave a vision: Behold it 15 summer ill hew difierenL The BUn shines, the ky Is cloudless, thR nir like wine', ou are swaying, gently swaying back nd forth In tho hammock under the ragrant apple-blossoms. After a while he bird's.song and the soft breeze fill ou with desire for action. At onco you re in the old swing, your cheeks glow- hair'flying, siting wishing through the air under the Im- etus ot swelling young muscles. Then dash away with fishing pole for he gurgling slream in Ihe pasture. All at onco the odor ot burning food ccalls you to urgent duties, the vision vanishes, but something lingers. Your mind is no longer on sonlfd things. !oy and sunshine- beckon y0u to a change of scene. I'ul your worries away with the supper dishes and see il t cannot be arranged. Of course, magic carpels arc out o. date, and If you could you would not Sive up what you now have and go back to your childhood, but you can get out of the rut for a while. It la a business investment. Wilh n lilllc. in telllgent planning, In which tho whole family takes part, each member, can have a share In some restful outing and return refreshed and. t( tackle Ihe dally tasks, like well oilet and perfectly adjusted machines. Never- in this generation Ih nood been great. Wo hav6 bee; laboring 'along under .undreamed o burdens, every ncrvo strained lo th breaking point, and even the most re bull cannol live up to the highest cm cicncy month after monlb without re adjustment. It Is not unpatriotic lo lake a lion. H Is commnri sense. It Is onl nyslcrfft whlcb keeps people grlndin sway u'nlil they aro neither-elnclen nor rational. Early In tho war Canftd realized Ih'at she must not only [tit care of her nghlers In Flanderspbv that the fighters at me behind this men behind Hie guris- mnsl be kcpl Til anil she has kept Ih recreation centres at homo going ft blast. Tbo army' must rest to be cl dent; tho same Ihlng applies lo.lho. at home. The conrago of the nallon lulckly .reflected on firing lih You not' only it to your faml iy 16 heal FIRST let us say "Thank You." FOR the most liberal patronage on Saturday WE did a gratifying amount of business AND Thousands of people went away "HAPPY" in the thought that.they had at last 'STRUCK one "genuine sale" and one that had EVERY bargain on sale, every bargain on display AS ADVERTISED. SATURDAY was "some day." BARGAINS must surely have been our middle name. TALK about was a whole MY there surely was an awful jam all day. IT was just swarming humanity turned loose. ONE woman said it was AND it was even worse than that. fainted in the morning rush, ANOTHER woman lost her husband, (MAYBE it was done on purpose.) A COUPLE of other ladies lost their kids. (SUPPOSE they had plenty more at home.) ANYHOW; they finally found 'em. IN among the Men's Collars at 6 for 50c. THERE were a few trivial disturbances SUCH as three or four people trying to buy THE SAME" shirt for 95c at the same time, AND usually the woman that could WON copped the prize'bargains.- I was on the door all day, HUNDREDS of people remarked to me, genuine AND I never heard :a kick "ALTHOUGH we were selling Kicks for AND all leather work boots at AND fine dress, shoes with Neolin soles and rubber heels at THAT you used to pay and for a mur- mur. NOW Mac wanted to stick to the big stuff, SO he was suited in the suits. I never saw a man sell suits so fast in my life. HERE'S the way he was wrapping them up. and Suits for and Suits for AND high class Art and Art Craft suits' for SOMETIMES he'd slip in a Raincoat for OR a swell fall overcoat for PALMATARY was right there, too. TALK about sell; well he sure some. s' I'LL bet he was a tired boy Saturday night, BUT he's been resting.the last couple of weeks, A FEW of our good travelling friends looked in BUT they received no orders on Saturday. only orders were "GET ovei the AND we didn't need to ask ROSS Sutherland sKed his coat, AND helped Mac sell suits, BUT the pace was too fast for Ross. HE left about one lo keep an appointment. (DID he tell us who with.) RICHMOND was selling union suits for r HE was quick to get onto the combination, AND never lost it. NOW he's some salesman, but he would rubber, OF COURSE, he's in the rubber business, -i ANDY was all over the store, overalls and jackets for AND Pick and G.W.G. overalls at NOW you working men if you want to get in i- ON real genuine Bavga'ins in work clothes, COME in and see Andy, he'll use you right. HARRY Short stuck with it all day SELLING wool underwear for a buck, AND and work shirts for the low price of 6 bits. and Hats were walking out'on heads for 'AND and Swell Fall Hats for Ger yours now. TALK about IF yours are not worth a darn, STOCK up for months to come now. 35c COTTON socles for 20c; 50c lisle socks, 3 pairs for _ 50c LLAMA cashmere 3 pairs'for 75c PURE wool blackWorsted socks for 4 bits; YOU'LL never buy 'em cheaper. A MERCHANT can't use blank cartridges'in'his adver- tising, NOW-A-DAYS and get by the Sir, IT'S cold facts that count most these 1918 days. YOU gotta be there with the goods. IF we hadn't have been we couldn't havfe done SUCH an enormous AND when you've been here once, DON'T run away with the idea THAT you saw the whole shoVv, FOR you haven't and I'll tell you why. BECAUSE; we are busy-unpacking new lines FROM our large reserve stock. EVERY day we 'dig up a' fresh lot OF new and bigger bargains. SO thereVsomething'different every day. ARE you going to be a "go getter" OR a "sit and DECIDE quickly and join ____ THE huge throng of wise money-makers. EVERYDAY at this sale of sales, _-. r YOURS for '''real genuine BISSY (Geo's. Ad. Man. UNLOADING SALE Stock High-grade Men's Wear acLEOD The Great Clothiers of the Great Wept See the Big Signs, Alberta Block, 322 Fifth Street SoUth Lethbridgc in'tiody nnd mind: hcr.rcatlon which rcfreates make flfo .blood in youth. II brings the 'buoyancy lit ivriesire to play the game, with all ttfe rhancea fn win. Tho morale of the naYjon'tinil success of the upon'you, and you, and you. TUA5BVAY STRIKE IN OLD LONDON London, Aug. Londou coun- ty council's tramway service baa not been strike of ten thou- sand tramway" workers, Although some of llio imalfer monlclpal servkes hay.e r been slopped .and three .thousand ve: hides hayo been wilbdrown 'from Ibe stfcels. rXforls to Involve In the slrlko the council's (ramways and Ihe underground railways havo been fruilless but at a meeting it was decid- ed to call out all the provincial work- ers" today, A SURPRISE. Amsterdam. Aug. return lo. Ucrmany of Ailolnh Joffe, the Husslart ambassador to Germany, -alter i slay of but pnc day at Moscow, Is puzzling the Cerrnao caoeri. >_ ;