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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HhrlAL.** PAGE SEVEN APPLES, ORANGES, -FIGS AND PRUNES Are The Four Fruits Used in Making "Fruit-a-tWes MILADI "FRU1T-A-TIVES" in the only medicine in the world that is mails from the juices of fresh ripe fruits. Tlius, it is manifestly unfair to say, " I Wbn't take Frult-a-tivcs because I have tried other remedies and they did mo no good". On the other hand, the fact that "Frult-a-tives" is entirely different from any other preparation in the world, is just why you should give it a fair trial, in any trouhlo of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys or Skin. "Fruit-a-tlvos", I* composed ofthe active principle of fruit and the greatest nerve tonic ever discovered. 60c. n bcx, C for $2.30, trial �l*o, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fi uit-a-tlvcs Limited, Ottawa. SOME SOUTH TOWNS CELEBRATING TODAY Today 1b the glorious Fourth of July and celebrations are in order at a number of points in Southern Alberta. Manyberrles and Warner are holding the largest celebrations, but a number of baseball tournaments are being staged at other points. Americans in the city are making no special event of the occasion. Only 27 left Lethbrldge on the special train to Manyberrles, but it was expected that large crowds would be picked up along the line. Mr. and Mrs. .(. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson are In Calgary for the :"alr. *- Master of little .lack Button was the guest Miss Kathleen McCann of Coaldale, on Dominion Day. *   Rev. A. 13. Snow, rector of St. Mary's church, and his family, are now residing at 122-f Third Avenue south.    Mrs. Swart's section of the Re-bekahs will nioet tonight at S o'clock with Mrs. I). A. Smith, G21 Kith St. south.   � Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Cleary and Utile daughter Aileen are leaving for the least on a month's holiday. They will .visit Montreal, Toronto and Whnii- : :�cg- I .... Following the intercession service at St. Cyprian's church tonight at s | o'clock a meeting will be hold of all interested in the picnic to ho hold next Wednesday. * * * Mrs. .1. F. Sells who hns been vis-j King her mother, Mrs. I. C. .lones and i her brother and other relatives, has j returned to her home In Edmonton prior to leaving for the east. Mrs. F. .1. Redmond and Miss Vera Itedmond are visiting friends at Warner and Lucky Strike. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Banff the end of the Itlnj.: Mrs. 10. Benson Wilson left for week, after vis-at Calgary. , A > 4. .;. .;, .;, .;. .;. .;, TO REPORT TO OTTAWA ? ? Calgary, July 3.-W. H. Armstrong, coal commissioner for district 18, leaves for Ottawa tonight tof make a report to the government on >> .> :>;. ? A Winner on All Points QUALITY. ... FLAVOR...... ECONOMY COMPARE "SWEET CLOVER" HAM �witk tny ottar Kam ycu e?er taitcd �nd PROVE its superiority. Tlio women's mission circle of the Baptist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the parsonage, coiner 4th Ave. and 12th street south. All women of the congregation are cordially invited. * �  T. S. Fetterly, who was on his way to Calgary in his motor was taken ill with an acute attack of appendicitis at Vulcan, but after o short stay there continued his journey ns far as High River where he consulted a physician, who advised an Immediate operation, which was successfully performed yesterday at the High River general hospital. Mr. Fof.teily's condition is favorable. �   JOHNSON-MACLENNAN One of the mysteries of the matrimonial market was solved Tuesday morning by the receipt of a wiro from Miss Eleanor MaoLennan stating that she would no longer take up her pen for a Calgary paper. The news of this effective shot by Cupid comes as a surprise to Miss MacLennan's closest friends. The particulars of the case are simply that Monday evening she was united in marriage to Mr. Duncan W. Johnson, of Ottawa, by Hev. Alex. Esler at the Grace church inanse. The couple were unattended and left Immediately for the mountains, where it is expected they will spend two or throe weeks before leaving for Ottawa. Mr. Johnson has been traveling throughout Alberta for several months this spring, making Calgary his headquarters, in the Interest of the Canadian national parks, with which department he is connected in Ottawa. Some time ago Mr. Johnson was the guest of the Press club for an afternoon, when it appeared | that Miss MacLennan had been one i of two members who had met Mr. Johnson in Banff a few years previously, and apparently the acquaintance was soon rekindled. The bride has been society and sunshine editor of the Calgary j Herald for the past oight years, coming here from Lethbrldge, where she held a similar position on ^the Lethbrldge News. She came to Alberta with her mother and young brother originally from Kingston, Ontario. Miss MacLennan, who writes under the name of Eleanor Mack, is well known in Calgary in other circles besides the newspaper world. She has been an active member of the Press club, of which she was at one time president, and has also taken an ac-tlvo Interest in various chapters of the Eastern Star. After their visit in Banff, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will join Mr. Johnson's three little daughters in Ottawa, where they will make their home.- Calgary News-Telegram. The ladies' society to the B. of L. and E. will hold Its regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the Oddfellows Hall. a  * Tim Dig Sisters' class of Knox church will meet tonight at 7.15 nt Mrs. Ainsworth's homo, 12-19 fith Ave. A. south. *   Mrs. Ohas. MacKay will hold her Red Cross knitting class on Thursday evening on the lawn of her home, corner 3rd Avenue and 8th Street ��'.OUtll. *  * Mrs. L. Williams and daughters Bcryle and Mona, of Lethbrldge, Alberta, and Mrs. William Stoddard of Seaforth, are the guests of Mrs. J. L. Pearson.-St. Thomas Times. *  * The regular meeting of Victoria Lodge No. 116, L.O.B.A., will be hold Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose Hail, when the first degree will be conferred. Visiting members are cordially invited to i.ttend. BISHOP If NALLY AT ST. PATRICK'S In St. Patrick's church on Sunday the 1st instant, His Lordship, Right Rev. John T. McNally, D.D., conferred the sacrament of confirmation upon one hundred candidates, including oight adults. His Lordship celebrated the first mass at S.,'10, asslRted by the pastor, Rev. Fr. McCaffrey and also briefly addressed the children who were all present at communion. At the High Mass at 10.30, the bishop assisted at the throne, accompanied by Rev. J. Hetherington of Calgary. On the conclusion of this service, addresses of welcome were read, one in English by Mr. T. Long and the other in the Slavonian language by Mr. M. Supina. The bishop responded feelingly to both addresses and expressed his pleasurp and satisfaction at the sentiments contained in both addresses and especially at the reference to the Holy Father, the Pope. The choir, under the direction of Rev. Fr. Cozanet, very creditably rendered St. Cecilia's Mass. Mr. Alexander playing a violin obligate. At the confirmation services at 2.30 in the afternoon, a large congregation which taxed the seating capacity of the church was present. His Worship was assisted in giving confirmation by the pastor and also Rev. Fr. Hetherington. At 5.30 Bishop McNally left by auto I for Warner, accompanied by five I automobiles under the direction Mr. T. Quinn and E. C. Saunders. of Delayed Shipment White Kid Bals White enamel heck and soles, to hand this morning. THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE THI8 SUMMER TO SECURE THESE VERY POPULAR SHOES. SEE THEM EARLY  � t l.i )( - ,. : \. Clearing CO per Price . $12L pair W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING TAKER (From the Times-. Bon Olson, who was employed at I the local telephone office for some time, but more recently of Macleod, met with an accident this weok which resulted in a broken leg. He was riding his motorcycle and while trying to make an adjustment, the machine fell breaking his leg just above the ankle. The Canada West Co. has awarded the contract of tearing down the mine houses to Geo. Devitt. The houses will he rebuilt as 4-roomed cottages on the oast side of the mine property and will be up-to-date in every way. The company is also remodelling the stores building at mine, and making decided improvements in the wash house. Dr. R. W. Auld, who has been assistant to Dr. Hamman, for several months I is leaving for Warner at the end of tho month, where he will take up practice. W. Wellington, who has been trouble man at the local telephone exchange for the past year, loft Wednesday night for Maclcort, to which point he has been transferred. It is understood that the Taber lines.will.in future1 .be looked after from Lethbrldge and there will be no man stationed in Taber. "The Poor Man's Potato" has become the rich man's luxury* Whether at three dollars a bushel, or twenty-five cents a bushel, potatoes are not a complete food. Two or three Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk furnish more real, body-building nutriment than a meal of potatoes or meat, are much more easily digested and cost much less. Shredded Wheat is 100 per cent, whole wheat, nothing edded and nothing taken away-gives mental vim and physical vigor for the hot days. Delicious for breakfast, or any meal, with sliced bananas, berries or other fruits,, and milk. Made in Canada. THURSDA Y, 3rd day of our Great Sale, gives you another Bargain List telling of the Big Savings that can be made by Shopping NOW FURNISHINGS for the Home Carpet Sweepers 12 only. "Hygiene". A strong all metal framed sweeper. Made expressly for the Hudson's Bay Company. Regular $3.25. -j r\Q July Sale ............... 1.570 Cocoa Mats For outside use. Fine heavy brush quality. No. 1, Special .... 7i.h\ No. 2, Special . . . $1.10 No. 2 with scraper $1.3!) 250 .yards Jap Matting In green, brown and blue shades, also plain. 3C> inches wide. While it lasts. July Sale *tc)i-a% .Yard .................. Brass Curtain Hods Polished brass ends. Brackets complete. Regular 25c. ^JC*� Special, 2 for ............ JDC Brass Rods With silver ends, brackets complete. Regular 15c. fl r\ Special, each .............. lvC White Curtain Muslin S*pots, also figured designs. Fine quality. 3G inches wide. -i fVj July Sale, yard ............ luC The same. 4S inches wide, ep c* July Sale, yard........... iuC Japanese Matting Rugs Stencilled designs, Oriental patterns. Size Gxlt feet. -3 qo Sale ..................... A.i/O The same. Size Dxit feet, it ig Sale .................... L,�U Japanese Metal Framed Lamp Shades Silk lined, large sizes in gold, green and red colors. Reg- -j /> t\ ular $3.25. To clear ..... ktTtV Axmi nster Rugs Heavy pile and rich Oriental patterns. Size 27x51 inches �) J c\ Sale .................... �$.ftn The same. Size 36xG3 C Qt inches. Sale ............. U.�Jt3 GROCERY LIST for THURSDAY Many Lines Priced to Your Advantage. Pure Lard. 20 lb. pails, special $5.05 Royal Household Flour, 2-1 lb. sack, per sack................$1.05 Coil'ee, ground to order, ?> lbs. $1.00 Better tirades, per 11). . 10c - 50c Canned Tomatoes, special, tin 15c Rolled Oats, 20 lb. sack.....$1.05 Lux, per package............10c Imported Coroamit, per lb. . . . :$0e Pure Castile Soap. 2 lb. bars. Special.................. 2Sc Fancy Prunes, lb......15c and 20c Grape Fruit Marmalade. I lb. tins. special.................7-1 c MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS Priced Extremely Low for Clearance During This Sale. Men's Felt Hats In Blue, Grey, Brown and Black in styles Fedora and Brunswick, etc. Regular $3.00. -l e\Q July Sale ................................. loSJO Men's Work Shirts Made large and roomy. Full sized neck in Cham-bray, Gingham. Drills and CulloBadc. Uegu'.ar qa value $1.25. July Sale. ..................... 0�?C Men's White Cotton Twill Night Shirts SU-os 14 to 17. Regular $1.00. � 07 July Sale ................................. Ot C Men's Fine Velvet Rib Combinations In natural color. Regular fl.75. 1 ejfj July Sale ................................ LtUU Men's and Boys' Arrow Collars i'iiv. quality. negular 20/i to July Sale Pair ................. 3.79 Ladies' House Slippers mi heel 1.89 Wide fitting and medium heel "with one strap. Sizes 2i/2 to 7. Special pair........ Children's Shoes Black vici kid blucher hoots and tan vici button boots. Sizes 3 to 71/-:. Special, pair . 1.39 Ladies' Ciuumelal Shoes Wide fitting and medium toe, with a Cuban heel. A very dressy hoot as well as one that will give splendid wear. Sizes 21,--. to fi'/i. July Sale ....... Miner's Boots 3.99 Hob nailed with heavy reinforced leather counters. All sizes. July Sale, pair .. . 2.99 Dry Goods Section Sealed Madapoiam "Lily of tho Nile." Highly recommended for ladies and children's wear. 3(i Inches wide. Boxed in 10 yard *J ffb lengths. Per box ..................................... 1  i �l Children's Stamped Blankets and Colored Dutch Blankets 27 by 36 IncheB. July Sale 00 Each.................................................. LoC SO pairs Double Bed Flannellette Blankets White or grey with pink or blue borders. GSxSli. O 1 q Special, pair ......................................... 300 Pair Terry and Colored Waste Towels Sizes lSxSG, to 36x54. These wore bought months ago and have been held in reserve. Tho markings on theso towels are actually less than the present wholesale costs. On sale, per pair 35c, 50e, 75e, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. (Hi Sunshades Manufacturer's samples. Wo consldor ourselves vory fortunate in securing these. Are just slightly soiled from showing. Extra special value, regular $2.00 to $10.50. July Sale 7�e to $3.50 each 80 Pieces Europe Ribbon Very heavy taffeta, best quality silk, 6 Inches wide. White, pink, helio, navy, sky, seal brown and black. Worth 50c n� yard. July Sale, yard .................................., tiOC Many Great Values for Ladies Ladies' Serge and Silk Dresses Beautiful models and stylos and go on sale Thursday at a real snap price. Regular to $30.00. �* q q|* Sale Price ....................................... lO.?0 White Muslin Underskirts With two flounces of wide embroidery. Worth ?3.00. -a /jq July Sale Price ...................................... 1.09 Children's All-Over Pinafores In colored prints. Sizes (i to 11 years. Regular 65c. ACk - July Salo ............................................ TtifC Ladies' Muslin-Underskirts With wide fiouueo of embroidery. Regular $2.25. � July Salo............................................ l.TtSf Children's (xiiighain and Chainbray Dresses Pretty styles. Splendid value. Sk-es 2 to 12 years. July Sale............................................. OuC Ladies' Muslin Drawers Open styles, deep flounce edged with lace. Worth 50c. �jq _ All one price, pair.................................... tLuC fine tjudsotfs iteii Company ;