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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 28, 1918 THE LETHBIUDGE DAurif 1IEUALD PAGE SEVEN; "QUICK MARCH" WORK SOX Eilra heavy grades bousbt before recent advance In prices. lu grey.B. and blacks. Retailing to 11.00 .pair. ALL AT COST PRICE FROM 3 prs. 50c TO 70c pr. WHO HASWON THE SUIT? THE WINNING TIME WAS p.m. p.m. Will all customers who purchased a suit last Saturday having in their possession a sales Bill bearing a time approximating to the above-say between iwaandI three p m. _kmdly bring it to my s ore al their earliert convenient The sales slips must, be handed m by 4 o clock Friday afternoon at the latest. None will be eligible after that hour.The name of the lucky winner w.ll be published Saturday mght s Herald, and the amount he paid for the suit will be refunded m full. AND NOW READ THIS Lack of-space in my opening announcement, and lack of time since then-so tremendous has been the rush of business-has prevented me from earlier mention of my neaviet line of goods. A few of them are mentioned here and you can rely upon of the same grade andjependab.bty as my ''Tclnv only "THE BEST" Wear for every requirement, for work for business or for leisure. MY SSlRESTOCK IS BEING CLEARED AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S PRICES. REASON! I need the time more than the money. "QUICK MARCH" TO Mackinaw Coats In srey, red. and broken checks. Eslra all wool totalling today al {16.5D. Sizes up to 44. LESS THAN COST PRICE 1 1 "QUICK MARCH" Winter UndVear AM heavy ribbed 2- piece underwear. Worth today fo.50.sult LESS THAN COST PRICE SUIT. "QUICK MARCH" TO Winter UnePwear All wool heavy ribbed 1- piece underwear. Worth to- day suit. This lino was bought a year ago at a very special price. Far Less Than Cost Price SUIT [A WONDERFUL, BARGAIN) "QUICK MARCH" TO Work Shirts I am very heavy on Vv'ori shirts and uiii specially pric- ing them ou won't drop across again. I.will sell my coals, aprons, cook's caps at Ridiculous Prices "QUICK MARCH" Gauntlets I am heavily slocked vvith motor gauntlets, black and tan. cither lined or un-. lined. The belter ones, have solid leather cuffs. nt MUCH LESS "QUICK MARCH" Work Gloves I havc'alwasa specialized in these goods anil am very strong on valuee. The prtis- ent wholesale' prices are 50% higher when 1 bought them, but' I shall clean them. out at Ihe ORIGINAL WHOLESALE- COST From70c to 1.70 pr. THAN PRESENT WHOLE SALE PRICES SALE FRONT W. B. KES1 ID (From Our Own CorrcsDondcnll Barons, Aug. Ftfwloy, a South African veloran, and one of Iho first from this district 10 .volunteer. In the rrcsenl.war, been visiting hli brother In law, Omar Uons, for Iho past Lieut Fowley has been with tho famous Princess Pats ever slnce'-lbal'regiment wenl lo Ihe fronl W tho fair of 1014 and has seen some of tiie mbsl desperate fighllng of the war. the Army Medical Corps are of the opinion that ho physically unnl for (urllier mtlllary service but :i'j'o gallant lieutenant doesn't agree (fllh them and has hopes of reUirn- fsg lo tho front The library in the study al Ihe rear ft Its church H now open and books be borrowed free'On Saturday evening! from 730 lo 10 and on Sim ovcnlngs after church service The ball leara have hail n busy Orflnum wero visitors on Tuei' day evening and rfefeilM the home learn, 7 hind In 1, scoring filns On Thursday ovenllf fcrons travelled (o Cnrrtiansa> and won irotn thai fraro, 7 nmsjo 4 On Frllay eve tint Noblcford and }l r were victors, the score being fi to it. Stanley Welsh, tor a no-hit game, the inns icored being on errors On Sunday Lethbridge were visitors here and cletealed the home iclm by a score to 10 Arrangements hafe been completed for n baseball tournament fceroon Li' bor Day, September" 2nd. The .compet- ing leanis'-wlll bo Oranuin, Noblcford, Carmangay and tiarona, tho business men of tho town doaalcd 10 ensure Ihe success of the un derlnWng and ft Is'expected Ihot fan- will pile In from directions The death oecurrcd on .Thursday 0: MM Dixon, wife oi B -If Dixon. o Ihls Mrs Dixon had teen alHng for some lime, hayinr suffered ft par alyllc stroke early fnlhiy summer. -There was HIM falnfairtiere this morning, which, w.hlle driaying har- vesting, will itnprora plsirUg .Montreal, Aug. committee of Ihe C.P.II. telegraphers, who are demanding an eight hour day and lime arid a half for overtime Will meet .the compiny's officials this afternoon In effort'lo reach ft settlement and prevent a strike. BRITISH LOSSES Undon, Ailg Hrillsh casualties reported in tho week v ending loclay lotallcd compared-with an aggregate of 4- In the previous week The casualties arc vided as follows Killed or died of wounds, v oHIcers 387; men Woumletl or nilsslnfc, offic- era HIS; men VUI.6AN i (Fi'om the Adjocatc) Harvesting througnditt the district s in full awing During the iiar.t IhOre havfi been 1om6 ra'n'alls lint h'y Aero not snfflcfentlj' lo in> Mere grottly'tthh of cut Jcnilejohn raij'witii o bat yesterday- rldhij, A ,Ho (ell from Iho and his elbow very1 badly, wai examined It was 10 II Was broken of dhlncn. He wai at once taken jo Calgavr by add Mrs. Jcnscjoka lo It ya nder the VX ray. The examination a badly dlsloCAtcd .elbow. An accident Occurred in tbo harvest tclil rear KirKcaWy On Monday, Mr. .eyman ArrlsulUh fraa driving.the ilndef on Iho farm of his aiinl, lira flaekefl Ho cot off Ih6 blndef and passing In fronl of IBo' hors6s when they started Ho Jo catch their beads In order to rcitralli them bill they threw him lo tho gro'JtlJ and passed him Mr. Arrlsfnllh td five oi1 sW tlbs broken. A iittlet wedding look place on Titos day.of thla week when BdwaM S tttgle, of Chester, Jlonlana, nlnl Lilj 0 of Naiiton, Albertft, married at tho home of thok friefldn Mr. rtml Mrs. C, n Shlmp Thf iefe mony nerMBeil US' A. A meeting of the Retail Merchanls1 iscorlalion Is called -for Thursday ev- ening iii Ih6 Hoard of Trailo bnlldinj vhen tho' 'itture Saluraay closing hour will bd discussed, as n ial( Is each week the sldros may rcnfaln open llll fl.30 on Salurday The holiday, Which usually tlMtt only during Iho sum- mor mfalhs, will have lo be iiisln- talnen during Iho winter If Iho Saturday prhilege la lo bo continued lo Iho merchants, A largo attend- ante Is 'desired nt Thursday nights Bui while the limit Is plafua ami a half pounds a month for per tonal use, Ihere H no Bpeellti! rcstrlc- lionB on the use of sugar for presett- ing pufpo'es; in fad. Ihe foot! board Is anxioui Ilial Ihs neoplo of Camdl should do ai much as IMS nible. having due resard, or course, to Ihe Ollmhallon of ill v-asto The Though Ihe mercury dropped, dftn gtrously near tbb ffosl lltio last jilglit, 33 B bclns registered, no damago U reirorlwl from part of the south, arid it Is'believed tho danKer 1> over (or a couple of The tun is shining warmly loday, and the- cal-tli is heltiB warmcil up AftOf TnSsdaj's fain, and Uiii tll6 of waffling off frost., Mfttiy people are fooklng for an open fall 83 In 1914 no killing frost was reglslnrcd thiHi Iho. "Kl of Stpfemtxr, T tf SUOAft REDUCTIONS. y On (ihd alter S-ptcmber 1st house- holders will ho colled upon lo make a further rMuctlon in the lion of susar This order comes from Iho.Canada rood Control Boafti In tlu nature of a request and appeal that frtm mollvcs pertoM limit Ihemstivei lo one and one half oodnfls of sugar per month for per- sonal use. Word lo this effect ha< just been received by Capt George. D food controller for board also pflnK out that while In Knglaml huieholds are nllMvsrd tioiinils por monllt, If Is for all pur1 poses, hut in Canada Iho one and a half pounds is for personal use, and considers (hat no groat hardship, In GrcaKlirltaln and allowance Is ounces per week, in Wanco 110 ounces and in llaly 2 34 ounces llecanling the purchase of sugar all public callng houses, h6lels nni juch like places will be provided will wllholifv njilch H W- comes bolh Illegal anil to buy sugar from the inle1 'dealers Thl< ceftlflrtte, sup tilled by Iho food board, sell col Ihe amount of sugar Uioy oblain. In purchasing eugtr they prtienl ctr :illcalo lo tho dealer frt sugar, aftd he enfere up th" nmotlnt of su6h pur- chase, and when tho person holding IhO certificate tip lowed for a period he can ob- tain no more, Then tne, wholesaler fcnorti 10 the Oanadfr Kofrf no'-rd. This applies only (o HurthMers frOta wholesalers or manufaclurcrs, jnd so (ar Ihe relail sugar dealer Is not on th6 injat Archangel, AUg the voluntary surren- ler of the town Of Shenkursk', rlier, south of Archangel, to the of Ihe new got- eminent, the laat town of any m the government of Archangel passed oul of tho lhands of Bolahevlkl The reception accorded tbe allied troop? el one Of the more Important villages In Hit province was typical. Here Ihi villagers garbed In coitime', met the troops on Ihe roan with a pliltef, of bread and sail, (if welcome The people ihelr best yt6tise< (of billets nail ed thfe aflldlcw o< W sla I'reilOiii to this, they- had ed fltid guliriled the road against tM retreating Bolsheilltl l Mfsi Frances Baxler, daughter ot Air "ni AIM. i. (i. M in the resent raatrlcnlatlon examlna- _ tlor.s, won the pmyiafilal scholafnWii, 'he hlgMlrtirXs In OntarM ir, her ctatt The'ftholarahlp Is J300 and. is'a .Ksiuurilkbtd nepeclally, for one so WuSfciM Jur