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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfeTHBHIIJUK PAGE NINE III I JU LY DRAPES FOff ALL PURPOSES 300 yards of Cretonne In pretty floral effoctii and a wide of suitable tor all of box A wonderful bargain which will soon be cleared off our tables at 39c yard Thera are 37 CUSHIONS which we are clearing at cost 44c each They are extra well and covered with superfine quality Cretonne bt rich floral Qnly so be EXTRA SPECIAL B dozen Green Opaque Window size Mounted oh extra good spring Limited 2 only to each Special Price 69c f NO PHONE ORDERS FOR Travellers Samples BEAUTIFUL THINGS rAt Logs than the Wholenale SILK Everything Perfectly Fresh and Sample Neckwear At startling prices no and embracing all the newest travellers samples In advance of the In Crepo de Organd Lot up to OQr Lot up to Lot up to for Half the Regular Price 2 Camisoles of Real Wash Regular for Camisoles of Crepe d AA for j 19 Camisoles ot Crepe de lace Regular for 13 with Regular for 11 with ribbon Regular for BOUDOIR S dozen Most Dainty Prices for quick 1 SLEEVELESS 3 In Crepe de Clieno and Silk Regular each A bargain only made possible by IIH purchasing the entire ABOVE ARE SOLD IN OUR DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT ONLY ON THE MAIN FLOOR pti C LE A R A N C E O EVERYTHING FOR THE CHILDREN If you have two little tots to you can do it for the same cost as only one causes you If you have only buy it an outfit at about half juu usually All our child rens goods are so fresh and Just a few examples fol low CHILDRENS KNIT DRAWERS in all Values lo Our entire range of Childrens Gingham and Chambray DRESS ES inpretty stripes and plain going at a big dis Regular for Regular for Regular for Regular for A lovely range of Childrens Hats and Bonnets all to without at Halfprice Our entire stock of Childrens Cloth Coats to be cleared during this sale at Halfprice CHILDRENS KNIT All Q lilar to for Childrens Hand Embroidered ROMPERS AND mado of heavy Chambray In colors blue and Sizes 2 to 0 Special at INFANTS WOOL ben in all QO Ilegulnr 55c for Childrens Muslin DRAWERS prettily edged with All Special Childrens Linen OVERALLS in colors blueand Sizes 1 to 5 Special at OOC Childrens FEEDING daintily made of pink and white Terry Reg A ular lac for 1UC nefiudsotfs Bag HATt ieMHiiiion A CATEGORY Of SHOE BARGAINS never before listed in Loth LADIES FELT with padded solos mid daintily trimmed with silk Col ors green and All 1 1 Q Special Ladies Dongola Kid FOUR STRAP SLIPPERS with Cuban heels and short Also pat leather pumps with French heels and flexible Made lth or without MENS MULESKIN with Kile An iiltal boot slimmer fining very cool and Gives Kjileiidid O 1 Q Special fttltf CHILDRENS BUTTON BOOTS with patent leather bottoms white kid A very dainty and drossy QQ to Special LADIES WrtlTE CANVAS SLIPPERS with u military I fas straps across the pre senting a very appenr 910 Special Girls Box Calf BUTTON AND BLUCHER Most ser viceable standing a lot of hard Sizes S to Above are merely details in the multitude of FOOTWEAR BARGAINS DISPLAYED ON OUR TABLES COME AND SEE THEM Silk Combinations envelope style at half the usual wholesale values for values for values for values for values for values for A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY OF MENS NEGLIGEE I SHIRTS M In both stiff and soft soiled from window dis Mostly snwll Reg ular for x 49c each Our regular SOFT FELT HATS in blacks and Roys BalhriBgan COMBINA TION UNDERWEAR cither white or natural Sizes to Regular A MENS SUIT SPECIAL Made of imported English Worsteds in grey and brown mixtures in conservative Sizes 3fi to Regular for BOYS CAPS in summer weight A splendid range patterns and colors n Regular o PERSONAL Fraser of Minneapolis is the fcuoat of r m 9 and Gatenby of Medicine Hat were motor in Uio city this Mayor Hardle left yesterday after noon the Miss from Sea Is tlie guest of her 10th v Js iu for a short in lonriection With educational work 9 m Miss Pipesof Medicine is in Lethprldge visiting her Castles and family left on Wednesday afternoon to spend a holiday at Vancouver and Marshall and little daugh ter left yesterday to spend the summer months visiting with rela fives h They will visit in Montreal for a short and Menzie and Jlttle also MonzloB loft yesterday for whore they will make a two months McNab and Miss McNah left yesterday to spend the summer at Miss Isabel Smith has returned tram the where she has been at tending the Mechanics Roch New taking u course in Household Art MacHoen of Stirling is risltlng her North and Armstrong are a holiday camping iii the mountains near Hill and Miss Florence Hill returned last night from a short Visit la Calgary and Hujel Prulw of Medicine Hut is the guest ot her Morgan of Lethbridge was a guest at the Strathcona last Nelson Holtby of Lethbridge is spending a few days in town renew ing old Medicine Hat Daily Fleetwood and Tom Fleeiwood left on Wednesday for tha with her two Misses Kathleen and Helen left this morning to spend the sum mer at examiner for the Toronto Conservatory of visit od in Lethbridge yesterday and hoard the students who had been prepared for the examinations in this local A cablegram has been received in IDdmonton announcing the safe arrival in London of Miss Agnes Miss Margaret Miss Sarah Sloane and Miss who left Edmonton on May 14 for active service Word lias just been received of the death at of Rob ert mother of Hig inbotham of this The deceased lady was the widow of the late Torrance exModerutor of the Presbyterian Church of and for many years Statistician ot that CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o The NextofKIn meeting which wan to been held tonight IHIH been postponed until noxt July The members of the Wlllurd arc reminded of the meeting tonight at 538 12th The two chapters of the wish to thank the follow ing for their support at the recent July sports HlckSehl Hudson Way Lotuhridgo Stanley und Dud ley William Arthur Mounted Police and the Boy The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will be held in the next Monday afternoon at four The members are Kindly requested to have their collec ting done before that date and itt is hoped that every member will be pres ent as there will bo no meeting in ed July 4r Hand cap Miss Gow 64 Crawford 85 5fi Miss Nimmons 75 Craig 84 BO Miss Smith 8S Ogilvle 79 McArthur 91 Sketth 87 Miss King 94 There are five as follows donated by McKillop and j golf club or equivalent in value j toward any golf donated by j Consumers six golf j balls divided into three three balls two and one APPLE CROP IS GENTLE SPEECH Comfort one another With the handclasp close and With sweetness love can And the looks of friendly eyes Do not wait with grace unspoken While lifes daily bread is broken Gentle speech is oft like manna from the o WEDDINGS MACKENZIE The marriage of Miss Orpa Mur garot of and Frank George quietly solemnized at the homo of the officiating clergy Austin yesterday and Hanson left after the ceremony for their ranch in The marriage of Annie Ethel Mer daughter of the late Robe t Ferris of to Hurry Oxenham of took place on July at 8 In Knox Macartney Wilson was llie official ing After the ceremony and Huslam left for a trip to Prince Edward Is o c i 4 LADIES GOLF COMPETITION The following were the scores made at the Ladies Golf play 4 4 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 4 KING AND QUEEN 44 4 4 4 July ig silver wedding George and Queen who have been mar twentyfive yearfir They six oldest whom Is the Prince aged Prince Al Prmcess Prince Prlhee fleorge arid Prtnpp aged Mary has otly recently started training in nursing in an Eng lish Queen Mary betoie her was the Victoria of and Duiihess of Last Jute a unique demonstration was made in England when women engaged in war representing twentytwp organ presented King George and Queen Marx with an express Ing Ipyaltjpand extending congratula unon the approaching anniver Among the organizations repre sented were those of the the munition the workers on farms and those con nected with the operations in the An address was wade by chief woman inspector in the ministry of King George replied with an address to the wo This is the first time any Hritlsh ruler has received such a deputa tion of Surely majes thought on that bright day in that their 25th anni versary would see such marvelous changes in the or such ter rible yet wonderful proof fronV Hie natfon of lie ability to live up to the high national ideals it has al ways set before The women par ticularly have risen the occasion undreamed of fervor and the next anniversary of their majesties open upon a day of peace and arealization of the aims that nave set before them for tueir HUN AIRPLANE July A German off the WMtarn coast of Jutland night with its according to an official Ulcpatch today from fruit crop re port for the month of June just issued hy the department of agriculture in dicates a slight falling off in the pros pects of Canadian apple crop as compared with the previous report issued just after the blossoming per Reports from Nova Scotia are not optimistic and it is doubtful if tBe yield will reach four hundred thou sand barrels pas compared with seven hundred thousand last In British Columbia the crop is still expected to about equal tljat of last year and would have been a very heavyone but for the frost injury of May The Niagara pear crop will be about forty to fifty per of At j Burlington has been severe win ter killing and the crop is very Lethbridfle is eating bread today j ground out of barley The Kllison probably the first mills In the west to do are grinding out barley flour today at their mills here and at and are distribut ing the flour to local John Gllmore has the bread out on his routes The Ellison people say the new tlonr Is very and undoubtedly the people of Lethbridge will say the same when they come to use the ODE TO AMERICA July more shall we divide with the brute the earths This is one of the expressions in the To America In arms especially writ ten for the Fourth of July by the poet Gabriel From all parts of Italy civic associations and Individuals sent messages to President Wilson and Ambassador Page expressing fra ternal greetings and kindly senti ments for Italys ally across the WORK WITH July re volutionary society of Russian workmen operating in conjunction With the was revealed here today when John was com mitted for trial op charges of se dition and conspiring against the ff DEATH OF July Thomas of died herb aged 83 Interested all his life in military nrore than fifty years ago he was respon sible for the organization of company number six of the 39th Norfolk He by three sons and one Thomas Puzey of Simcoe John of Vancouver Fred of and Bessie of ANNOUNCEMENT IN LINE WITH OUR POLICY OF CARRYING ONLY THE VERY WE HAVE OPENED UP A NEW STOCK OF Uicior Records Matters You will be treated with courtesy and every assistance gtrett you in making a Youwill like our BE SURE AND THESE v ii Old Folks Gluek and Zlmbalitt Song Midsummer Nights I Philadelphia SymphonyOrchestra Ave Maria Heifetz chio planga De Luca La The Laddies Who Fought and Won Lauder American Folk Songs Powell LET US ENJOY THEM WITH PLEASE GERHARDHE1NTZMAN PIANO STORE NEXT DOOR ORPHEUM THEATRE 87196 74509 74510 74560 74563 74572 88002 70117 74547 An Opportunity to Economize Why or for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to and having it Dry Cleaned and Dont miss this DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY I4MITED 80X477 ;