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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE LETHftRIDdB DAILY PAGE SEVEN MILADI PKRftONAL Us visiting at the and Hufner and taught or and McGregor and Miss Schweltuer were week end visitors at Watorton Sherlock and Miss Marjor lo Sherlock have returned from vis iting in Gray has gono to join Gray at Miss Dorothy Marrs Is visiting In Winters has arrived in the city from Macleod and will reside hero Sick is visiting at Halycon Hot British Stafford of Lethbridge la visiting in and Lawrence have left for Calgary where they will take up their Lawrence has been transferred from the Hudson May staff here to the Calgary and Allin and laughter ot are vis iting iin the Maynard left on Satur day to join Maynard at Long Oliver has returned from Visiting at the Miss Lindsay has returned from spending a months holiday in Pen Sir John and Lady Aird and Vere of the Bank of were guests in the city today on a motor trip through the Bonnie of is spending a few days in town with his Fertile Free Wood left this week to visit at Brockville and other east ern de Wolfe accompanied her as far as Medicine it The marriage of Eileen Mary Do daughter of acting prime minister and Do to Captain Reginald Cecil Win son of the late Captain of and nov re seding at South will take place at the country home of the brideelects parents at Agathe Dea September Captain Wingate is stationed at Ks an iftcr the honey moon the couple 1 leave for that This race was run a second time to decide the as the first race finished a dead Childrens race 3 years and under Fllmer Hawkins Childrens race 6 years and under Meeds Hall Fil Mens 100 yard Peters Hall Ladles Wheatcroft Hall Mens Hlegged Wheatcroft and Hooker Payne and Lades 3legged AVhoat and Hooker Fllmer and Star beat Court Unity best two out ot three High Peters v Dupen MOTHER GOOSE PAGEANT tf A merry pageant was presented Saturday afternoon at the Chautauqua by Miss Clark with her group of lit tle The little people nnd thdir teacher rntered with great zost into their parts from old Mother Hubbnrd to old King dole and presented some protty Miss Annio Theresc Davault In Inlscellarieous solnctlons presented a great variety of entertain ment which showed oft her splendid talent for During tho afternoon a pleasing Interruption took place when Miss who has work ed very hard the was presented with flvo beautiful bouquets by the young and Miss the was presented with a handsome bouquet by little Billy SOCIAL EVENTS On Saturday before his de parture for Law of the Hundson Day company was presented by on behalf of staff with a haudsome electric reading Lawrence was accountant at the Hud son Bay and has been here about three being recently transferred to tho Calgary His place here has been taken by of FORESTERS PICNIC Q The combined courts ot the Ancient of Foresters Courts Star and Unity held an enjoyable picnic yes when they spent the day at he river bottom at Royal View Col Thay made the journey by auto and the day was spent in In the evening a program ot sports was pulled off with the fol lowing result Ladies egg and spoon race Ward Old mans race over Hooker Dunk FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Are you keeping down your per sonal consumption of sugarAnd are you getting into the hafrit of using brown sugar wherever possible The reason for this Is that in order to get tho most efficient econ omic results from the refining of sugar about 30 per of the yellow sugar has to be pro duced along with the The British ration is 2 pounds a In France it is about 1 pound a month and in Italy In view of it should surely be an easy mat ter for Canadians to keep strict ly to what is asked of E Took Part in Big Fighting Commissioner Fremans Son in List lllecfc in the Cits y WHEN USING WILSONS N FLY PADS READ DIRLCTIONS CAREFULLY AND rotLQW Far more than Sticky Fly Clean to Sold by Druggists and Grocers United at special meeting of church workers in the to arrange for a religious census a deputation from Marys church will be present to confer in this matter Wednesday at 8 prayer service in the Thursday ev senior choir practice all mem bers requested to be Friday junior choir Marys at teachers Wednesday at Boy Friday at 8 inter cession First Baptist Midweek prayer service on Wednesday the 21st at as we are expecting our a good at tendance is requested all come aud let us show our pastor we are inter ested In the work he is doing The children of the Primary classes are asked to meet at the church at Wednesday the to go for an auto Parents can rest assur ed the children will be well cared Christian Cradle Role program has been postponed until the irst Sunday in Wednes day at 8 prayer Friday the ladies will meet at the Christian church for Red Cross sew Christian at 8 regular testimony CONGRESS AGAIN SITS summer recess ot congress which began July 14 practically ended The house resumed Us regular sessions in ae cordance with the recess while in the senate an attempt was to be made to set aside the unanimous consent agreement under which the sqnate is bound to conduct no business until August 24 in order that the ad ministration man power bill extending the draft age limits to 18 and 45 years may be taken up Old Fashioned Barn Dance The Commerce Red Cross will give an oldfashion ed Barn Dance on the evening of August 23rd AT WEIGANDS COMMERCE REFRESHMKNT fttRVED GENTLEMEN DUNNING8 ORCHsWTRA tUMORT fS With the Canadians having taken such a considerable part in the fight ing in Picardy recently it is but nat ural that the number ofcasualties should and this is the During the winter very few Lethbridge boys have figured in the casualty but today word was received of four cases of wounded Commissioner Freeman has received word that his Ormand Free man has been Free man enlisted in the infantry Alex McDonald received a wire this morning from Ottawa that Lance McDonald was wounded on August the second day of the big drive and is now in hospital in He was wounded in the Dipper extremi McDonald enlisted with the 1248 nth Is notified of the wounding of Allan Nesbit of Coalhurst has been in formed that his son is suffering from a gunshot wound in the face received on August He is in the general hospital at HOLIDAYS A NECESSITY Some day when the hot hours have been choked with worry and dis appointment when your feet your head and the oven wont you may close your eyes and have a vision Behold it is summer But hew The sun the sky is the air like You are gently swaying back and forth in the hammock under the fragrant apple After a while the birds song and the soft breeze fill you with desire for At once you are in the old your cheeks glow your hair nnd swing swishing through the air under the im petus of swelling young Then you dash away with fishing pole for the gurgling stream in the All at once the odor of burning food recalls you to urgent the vision but something Your mind is no longer on sordid Joy and sunshine beckon to a change of Put your worries away with tho supper dishes and see if it cannot lie Of magic carpets are out of and if you could you would not give up what you now have and go back to your but you can get out of the rut for u It is a business With n little in telligent in which the whole family takes each member can a share In some restful outing and return refreshed and ready to tackle the daily like well oiled and perfectly adjusted Never In this generation has the need been so Wo have been laboring along under undreamed of every nerve strained to the breaking and even the most ro bust cannot live up to tho highest effi ciency mouth after month without re It is not unpatriotic to take a vaca It is common It Is only hysteria which keeps people grinding away until they tiro neither efficient flor Early in the war Canada realized that she must not only take care of her fighters In Flanders but that the fighters at home the men behind tha men behind ihe guns must be kept fit and she has kept the recreation centren at home going full Tha army must rest lo be effi cient the same thing applies to those at The courage of the nation is quickly reflected on the firing You not only owe it to your family but to yojjn jgtwjlry to ureiiHvve health OGRAM These Typograms are Real Live News about a Real Live It will pay you to read them every for they tell you where to buy Quality Goods at lowest of Low and where the Seal of Economy guarantees values such as only a big unload ing Sale could give you this year of ris ing costs FIRST let us say Thank FOR the most liberal patronage on Saturday WE did a gratifying amount of business AND Thousands of people went away HAPPY in the thought had at last STRUCK one genuine sale and one that had EVERY bargain on every bargain on display AS SATURDAY was some BARGAINS must surely have been our middle TALK about was a whole MY there surely was an awful jam all IT was just swarming humanity turned ONE woman said it was AND it was even worse than ONE woman fainted in the morning ANOTHER woman lost her MAYBE it was done on A COUPLE of other ladies lost their SUPPOSE they had plenty more at ANYHOW they finally found em IN among the Mens Collars at 6 for THERE were a few trivial disturbances SUCH as three or four people trying to buy THE SAME shirt for 95c at the same AND usually the woman that could talk fastest WON copped the prize I was on the door all HUNDREDS of people remarked to is areal genuine AND I never heard a kick ALTHOUGH we were selling Kicks for AND all leather work boots at AND fine shoes with Neolin soles and rubber heels at THAT you used to pay and for without a mur NOW Mac wanted to stick to the big SO he was suited in the I never saw a man sell suits so fast in my HERES the way he was wrapping them and Suits for and Suits for AND high class Art and Art Craft suits for SOMETIMES hed slip in a Raincoat for OR a swell fall overcoat for PALMATARY was right TALK about well he sure went ILL bet he was a tired boy Saturday BUT hes been resting the last couple of A FEW of our good travelling friends looked in BUT they received no orders on THEIR only orders were GET over the AND we didnt need to ask them ROSS Sutherland shed his AND helped Mac sell BUT the pace was too fast for HE left about one to keep an DID he tell us who RICHMOND was selling union suits for HE was quick to get onto the AND never lost NOW hes some but he would OF hes in the rubber ANDY was all over the SELLING overalls and jackets for AND Pick and overalls at NOW you working men if you want to get in ON real genuine Bargains in work COME in and see hell use you HARRY Short stuck with it all day SELLING wool underwear for a AND and work shirts for the low price of 6 and Hats were walking out on heads for AND and Swell Fall Hats for Gef yours TALK about IF yours are not worth a STOCK up for months to come 35c COTTON socks for 20c 50c lisle 3 pairs for 50c LLAMA cashmere for 3 pairs for 75c PURE wool black worsted socks for 4 YOULL never buy em A MERCHANT cant use blank cartridges in his adver NOWADAYS and get by the ITS cold facts that count most these 1918 YOU gotta be there with the IF we hadnt have been we couldnt havfe done SUCH an enormous amount of AND when youve been here DONT run away with the idea THAT you saw the whole FOR you havent and Ill tell you BECAUSE we are busy unpacking new lines FROM our large reserve EVERY day we dig up a fresh lot OF new and bigger SO theres something different every ARE you going to be a go getter OR a sit and DECIDE quickly and join THE huge throng of wise EVERYDAY at this sale of YOURS for real genuine BISSY UNLOADING SALE Stock Highgrade Mens Wear MacLEOD BROS The Great Clothiers of the Great West See the Big Alberta 322 Fifth Street South Lethbridge in body and Recreation wliiili recreates make the blood o run IMtt us It brings the buoyancy of u desiro to play the with all tUe chances to TRAMWAY STRIKE IN OLD LONDON London coun ty councils tramway service not The morale of the uiul llu been affectwl by the strike of ten thou success o the army depends uyou amid tramway although some and and 4 of thu siiiaJjej1 municipal services have been stopped and three thousand vo hides have been withdrawn from the to involve in tlie strike the councils tramways and the underground railways have been fruitless but ut a meeting it was decid ed to call out all tho provincial work ers A return to Germany of Adolph the Russian ambassador to after a stay of but one day ut is tho Gerniap ;