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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JT Banner Bargain Day At Rylai ONE DAY "BANNER" SALES are beginning to create quite a bit of buying enthus- iasm amongst the women of this city. Tomorrow's list surpassed any previous lot of Banner Day'Bargains We want to start the busiest month in the year with a big day's business. All sales goods for cash no phone orders for goods advertised here. Two Good Corset Bargains ut the best bargains we have ever offered in our Corset Depart- ment. Nemo Corsets for slight figures: our res. and ?5.00 line. Sizes 20 to '26; CO QC for Warner's Corsets for medium figures; corset has double skirt, on 9C The Moond shipment of this yard wide "White Crepon Silk for fcioutefi, etc. Embroidery Flouhcings, etc Colored Pon- gee Silks Another shipment of these colored Dress Pongee Silk :-S4 inches wide. Baby with strong edges, neat pat- terns; values up to Soc for.. Corset Embroidery, an- other bargain like last Saturday. Values up Yard Wide PIQUE "Pine Cord Pique for anil skirts. N'ote the extra width. Very scarce goods. Yard Wide CREPEtt For night gowns, underwear, etc., heavy weight and full 28 inches, wide, Saturday'! Hosiery Snaps These extra special bargains from the Largest, Best Assorted Hosiery Stock in the City. Solsette Silk, a fine silk finished Lisle Hose no seams, double feet, or black. 8 nn n9 I Hose; fina Lisle Socks at IDC, also colored Silk Lisle Hose- all sizes up to SU for WHITER SILKS" For IT- untenable i 25C 15c Finest NAINSOOK X special purchase of 20 pieces of yard wWe White iladapolam. Note the price. 36in White ICn Madapolam lull The finest Cotton for under- wear that money can -buy. Saturday bargain 15c yard. New Lot of Muslin Dresses Our first shipment of Summer Dresses now ready. Voile Dresses in stripes, etc., as low as CO QC ?3.95. Nothing higher Voile Waists Opened Today Something special to show you in Voile strap and belted effects, at ?2.75; Embroidered Voiles, new collars, at 95c, 91.45 and up to White MIDDIES 95c A special lot of Middles, 34 to 40 sizes, 1 styles at this low price. WHITE SKIRTS Clearing out 2 dozen White Indian Head Skirts, -button front, some with yokes, sizes up to 33. Reduced Prices on Voiles Tomorrow we are baring a totg sale of Plain and Crepe finished Voiles; Borne are 44 inches wide. Worth up to T5c a All grouped for one day.................. Underwear, Underpri c e d Combinations, fine Bal- foriggan or gauze com- binatioos, loose or tight knee, val- ues to 90c for Drawers, made from fine thread cotton, op- en or closed, tight or wide a pair 28c TURKISH TOWELS Heaiv 75c QHmlltjr colored FINE TOW1 Blue or ling, all linen, tjjjjp and 15c line! Sale of Fine Dress Muslins For Saturday we are making a special 'bargain of over 200 yards of Fancy Organdies, Silk Tissues, etc., worth up to 50c for Children's Straw Hats For tomorrow only are offering our entire stock of Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats at a discount of The Busy Store Boys School Blouses Boys' White Blouses, hlack satin or chambray Shirt all sizes; one.price ROMPER CLOTHS Fast color, 29 similar to juaranteed. GIRLS' DRESSES CSIored .Prints a Ginghams, etc ul sizes 2 to I People's Forum Editor Lethbridge Herald iDear Mr.. desire on be- half committee appointed by the citizens at a public meeting call- ed for to thank all who helped .in the success of the arrange- ments 'in carrvuig out the Dominion 1915, celebration. Particularly we would .mention His Worship -the JMaror, for his stimulat- j ing patriotic address, Superintendent Pemieiather, the officers and men of the R.N-W M-P I ieutenant Filraer 1 and his bugle band. Captain Birnie and 'his'-officers" and men, the ladies loi the I.O.D.E., and the Women's j Civic Club, the leaders and men of the and Fife arid Drum' bands, "Mr Lay ton and the choirs, the judges and time-keepers, Jlr. his services as announcer, Mr. Thompson and his Y. A.; class; and all others who in'.various! ways" assisted iii mating the celebra- tion -a success. The arrangements made by the Aquatic association to have their sports immediately after the sports at the exhibition helped to end the day's entertainment success- The committee had hoped that they iiad made the best arrangements with Commissioner Reid for transporta- tion on the street but the threatening weather in-the early part o! the day. prevented many of. the citizens_.wao might have gone to the grounds earlier, frpiji.getting therein good time...In consequence of this, the -'transportation, iaciiities were taxed to the utmost and unfortunate- ly the city band and others were pre- vented from getting out in time to take part in "the opening ceremonies. Respectfully, G.-.R., Marnoch, r ..Chairman, Win. Steven, Sec. of Com. MEND SPECIALS Shamrock Creamery Butter 21 bs for 65c The Best in the city Alberta Creamery Butter 31bs. for 75c Special Graded Farmers Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. for 45c No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, per Ib., 20c in I Finest Dominion Rolled Boneless Shoulders 15c Ib. We carry the largest and most select Stock of Fresh MEATS in the City You are protcted by the PureFood Laws of Canada when you buy at any of our Markets. GALT HOSPITAL REPORT FOR MONTH OF JUNE Report lor the Gait hospital for the month of June, 1915 Number o! patients in hospital beginning of month 52 Admittances during tlie month... 87 Transients admitted during the month Number of patients discharged during the month Deaths during 'the month Number of patients in hospital at end of month Transients dischtv ged during the month Lowest number during month Highest number during Q Dail} average during monub. Number o; hospital dayr private patients f, umber or hospital df ward pitients (free) Number ot hospital Lomond, June 26. Lomqw sports have organized a to practice with the basebsi. team. On the 21th this Ifality along was again by a heavv rain-storm, by hail the size of broke a few stocks of 5ut "I'd not do any damage The new eleva'1 -IS finished. are W cases ploughed prepared for the process. Jlrs. Clanf "1 that she has bad "ies from berries grown about a month ago Tffjrsnou'd more people wake u to the iaci tnat berries are in Al- ward patients (pavtLi H n__KA 01 aays under gen 780 1513 1URNS COMPAN LIMITED. rd Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. 4th Avenue and 6th St. 8. .Phone Sth Street Nerth.. Phone 431. y during montb Number of opera _ eral anaesthesias undel. Jo Number of g cal or no aafts ln Number of 6 outdoor dOTJ and Number department 12 ments ambulance Number r calls j 15 Vital wishes to acknowledge ffle nks, the following contnbu ceivcd during the month C. B. Bowman 2 'doz ,KS Brewing Co; Nur y and the Flouer C F Wrav lessrs. Arthur Higmbotham anil W 'F Martindale 1 qase tees of Hospital Ladies' Aid 4 dor Terrill Floral Co BECKER GETS REPRIEVE Albany. NY, July "Whitman. toda> granted Charles Becker, the former York police lieutenant, under Sentence of death, a reprieve-until July 26. .j tIGHTS .OUT dear, you look sneet enough to "lhat's the intended to look, Jact JW berta' The lumber comptnv stalling a Meigh scales prevent the rush this su Ford is in charge qf'the Air. Jlcliaj Bas tlie streets this summer. A. Parker made Lethbridge last weei; G. Whitlei is now sellli the southern dnision of We" are glad to see one res hope to see more there in future. farmers around Lo JSing potatoes Somi arge 'ones are like large a taste rlelicioui It is reported that the G ers' Co. are coming neU lUild their elevator, and build one for the fa'rmers JTtlDAY, JULY 2, 1915 JL Holiday Specials KERR'S GROCERY FANCY HOT HOUSE TOMATOES; per Ib. ORANGES; nor dozen UOc, LEMONS Per RADISHES, LETTUCE, ONIONS at lowest WASHINGTON COFFEE CANADA FIRST MILK 25c 30c 25c GREEN market 75c 5c STRAWBERRIES, RASPBER. RIES, BLACK CURRANTS, CHERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES at lowest market >prices. LIME JUICE Per bottle GRAPE JUICE Per bottle ORANGEADE Per bottle CREAMERY BUTTER 2 pounds for PEANUT BUTTER On sale............. CORN, PEAS BEANS Price each.......... TOMATOES; size 3s; 3 tins for........... SARDINES 2 tor BOILED HAM Per pound OX TONGUE On sale ZIG ZAG CHEESE On sale c. B. SWEET PICK- LES; per bottle LUNCH TONGUE On sale LOBSTER size............. MCLAREN'S CHEESE On sale............ FANCY BISCUIT8 Reg 36 40; on sale FANCY MIXED CANDY; per pound.. E. D. SMITH'S CAT- SUP; on sale 35c 25c 25c 58c 18c 10c 35c 25c 35c 60c 45c 35c 45c 35c 35c 30c 20c 18c Geo. Kerr Phone 1453. 313 5th STREET SOUTH. Janes Muat Extract Much from Grain Under a new government decree millers must extract 64 per cnt. of tbe contents of the grain jhen handling rye, and 68 cent hen -handling wheat. e Fishing in. the'Ohio River, round. feaurenceburg, two men caught i; pounds of goldfish, relics of the feh3 flood. Citizens atHenderstkonJulvlst patriotism We can supply, quality guaraqfi for each and every one i air of SHOES Patriotism and asm in buying is the Real SO TRY THE! TOGGERY SHOI W.J. Nelson Sherlock Block ;