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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FfUnAY; JULY 5, 101� THE LliTHBHinUlJ ! of colorings, Bulluble for nil klnils of (Irnping, hex covorlngs, etc, etc. ' A wonderful bargnln which will Boon 1)0 cleared oft our tables nt 39c yard There are 37 CUSHIONS which wo are clearing at cost price. 44c each They are extra well filled, and covered witli superfine aimlily Cretonne ot rich floral pattorns. Qnly 37-oC them, so be early. EXTRA SPECIAL 5 dozen only, Green Opanuo AVIndow Shades, size 37x72. Mounted on extra good spring roller. Limited 2 only to each, customer. Special Price 69c ' NO PHONE ORDERS FOR THESE. is Traveller's Samples OF BEAUTIFUL THINGS �At Less than the WboleHalc . PrIcpH. SILK NECKWEAR, CAMISOLES, UNDERWEAR, ETC. Everything Perfectly Fresh and Dainty. Sample Neckwear At startllns prli-os-no i.-.vo iilike, and emhraclng all llu-newest IravelhM's sanipl, *) *iC for................. CrnLO BOUDOIR CAPS. dozen only. .Mns! t'ainly cri>nliii'is, Prlc(>s Cor nulclt selling. lUe, .")0c, 5.iO, Ooc. 7.-)c, n.oo, $1.15 1 7t: . and ................... 1 mbiO SLEEVELESS GOWNS, 3 only, in Crepe de Clicno and Silk Georgette. Regular n f'A ?15.on for. pach ........ I .DU A bargain only made possible , by us iiurchasing the entire range. ABOVE ARE SOLD IN OUR DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT ONLY ON THE MAIN FLOOR I I I 1 I I EVERYTHING FOR THE CHILDREN If you have two little tots to outfit, you can do it for the same as only one causes you crdinarily. If you have only one, buy it fin outfit nt about half j-uu usually pay. All our children's goods are so fresh anil daintj'. Just a few oxampies follow : CHILDREN'S KNIT DRAWERS in all sizes. Values lo listed in Ijelh-Ijrldge. LADIES' FELT SLIPPERS, with Iiadded soles and licels, daintily dimmed witli silk ribbon, (.'ol-ors ri'd, grey, green ami wine. All sizes. Special ............. Ladies' Dongola Kid FOUR-STRAP SLIPPERS with Cuban heels and short yainp. Also patent, leather pumps with .French heels and flexible sole. .Made ji-itb or without buckle.- v'ery Special......... men'S MULESKIN BaLs, with ;vli!ti' Klk stiie.s. An ideal boot Tor summer wear, b''ing very cool and liglit. (iives sidondid �wear. Special............... CHILDREN'S BUTTON BOOTS with piiteiit leather bottoms and. white kid t > ? ? > : : ? v ? : : : PERSONAL � > > ? > > > ? ? : �Mrs. Fraaer of Minneapolis is the feuost of Mrs. F. A. Stoltze. . � � MP. and' Mrs. Gatonby of Medicine Hat wore motor visitors in the city this week. Mayor Hardlq left yesterday after- nooii for the coast. ... Miss; McKlnle/, B. A., from Sea-forth,-Ont., Is the gugsl of her sister, >Irs. F. J,' Uedruor)d,''aiS 10th St. S. Mr. J; E. Hoilgaon, schoo\ inspector, Js' lu .EdJMOntou, for ii short time, in lonrfootion WlHi educational work thoro. . ' � -� Mis's-A. Pipes of Medicine Hat, is in Lethbridge visiting hor brotJicr. . * � "Mrs. Chas, .Castlos and family left on Wednesday afternoon to spend a month's holiday at Vancouver and Victoria. *    Mrs, A. M..M : > � * : ? > o � > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? , ? ? : * ; : : : � : � > The Ne\t-ot-Kln meeting which was to have been held tonight has been postponed until next Monday, July S, � � � . 'I'ho members of tho Willard W. C. T. II. aro ropiindod ot the meoling tonight at Mrs. Goldio's, (i3S 12th St. C, ... The two chaijtors of flio I. O. D. R., Lotlibrldge, wish to tli^nk tho following tor their support at tho recent July 1, sporls; Iliok-Sebl Hardware, Hudson Bay Co., Mr. McCormick, Lethbrldge Browory, Stanley and Dudley Holt, WlUiam Hendersrjii, Arthur Wcstloy Police a Supl. Pennefutlior, nd the Boy Scouts. Mounted ed yesterday, July 4: Handi--Score, cap Tot. Miss Gow............ 04 !)-�);-) Mrs. Crawford '____...... S5 30-."in Miss Nimmons .......... 75 IG-f)!) Mrs. Dr. Craig 04 4-(iO Mis.s smith ........�..... 81! 22-Gl Mrs, Ogilvie .......79 K.-(!4 Mrs. .McArthur ......... 31 27-G4 .Mrs. Skelth ......87 20-G7 Miss King ............. i)4 22-72 There are five prizes, as follows: Vase, donated by II. A. McKillop and Co.; golf club or etiuivalenl in value toward any golf acceissory, donated by Consumers' Ha-i'dware-Co.; six golf balls divided into three prizes, Srd, three balls; 4th, two balls, and fifth, one ball. � The regular monthly meeting of the * * * > '�' '' * * * * ':'J! Nursing Mission Board will be held' in .,,.,^,^,^, ? the Y.M.C.A. next Monday afternoon WfeDDING ANNIVERSARY ? at four o'clock. The members are i - V ? GENTLE SPEECH . ; > '� � > : .> Comfort one anpther ( , With the hniid-clnsp close and tendej'. With tht\ sweetness love can .render, And the looks of friendly eyes Do not wait with grace unspoken While life's dally broad Is broken - Gentle speech is oft like manna from the skies. -Selected. - �: : ? WEDDINGS ^. .J. .J. .J. .j� .5, .J. ^ �t* > "** J* *^ ^� JIANSON-MACKENZIE . 0 The marriage of Miss Orpa Mur-garot MacKonzio, . of Chllllwack, B. C, and Mr. Frank George Hanson, Turin, Alta., was, quietly solemnized at tho homo of the officiating clerg.v-man. Rev. J. Austin lUintly, yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson loft after the ceremony for their'I'unch in Turin, HASLAM-MERRITT Tho marriage of Annio Ethel Mor-rit,- duugliter of the late Robert M. Ferris of Treherne, Manitoba, lo Harry Oxenham Haslem, barrister, of Claresholm, took place on Tuesday, July 2, at 8 p.m.. In Knox church, Calgary. Rev. .1. Macjirtnoy was tho officiating clergyman. After tho ceremony Mr. iind Mrs. llaslnm o � � � : ^ * � c- > � � � * "To-morrow, July Uth,. Is tl)e silver wedding anniversary?of King- iSeorge and Queen- .Mary, wh'p have been married, twenty-five yoarsT They have six children', the oldest at whom is the Prince of W.ales, aged 24, Prince \\-bert, PrtncesB Mary,: Prince , Henry, Prihco .G6orge and Pi'ince John, aged 13..Princess Mary has oiily -recently started training in nurBing In an English hospital,' Queen Marjf; before her marriage, was tlio Prljicess; Victoria Mai'y, daughter, of/the/'Duke and Duchess of .T^eck. �;;;7:;''.^,^ ' Last s\iriday, Jtihe 30, a unique demonstration was made in England when 3.000 women engaged in war _work, representing twenty-two organizations, presented King George and Qtueen Mary,'with an address, expressing loyaltir'and extending cougratula-^tions u^on tho approaching anniversary, Among the organlaations represented were those of tlionurses, the inunltiolV workers, the workers on -farms,and those mor^ actively connected with the operations in the field, -An addresfl was made by Mrs. H.'P, Durham, chief woman inspector In the ministry of labor. King George replied with an address to the women. APPLE WIS SLIGHILY SILLER Ottawa. July ."..-The fruit crop rb-port for the month of June just issued by the department of agriculture in-dicat(is a alight falling off in the i)i-os-pects ot the Canadian apple crop as 1 compared witli tho previous report issued juat after the blossoming period. Reports from Nova Scotia are not optimistic and it is doubtful if the yield will reach four hundred thousand barrels as compared with seven hundred thousand last year. In British Columbia tlie crop is still expected to about equal that ot last year and would have been a very heavy one but for the frost Injury of May 24. ' ' The Niagara pear crop will be about forty to fifty per cent, of normal. .\t Burlington there has been severe winter kiiiing and tlie crop is very light. DEATH OF CAPT. PUZEY. Simcoe. Ont,, July 4.-Captain Thomas Puzey, of Simcoe, died here yesterday, aged s:l years. Interested all his life in military matters,more than fifty years ago ho was respon- sible for the organization ot company number six of the ;i9th Norfolk Rifles, He is survived by three sons and one daughter, Thomas Puzey,- of Simcoe; John Puzey, of Vancouver; Fred Puzey, of Seattle, and .Mrs. Bessie Allen, of Saskatoon. BARLEY FLO.UR I Lethbrldge is eating bread today j gromid out of barley flour. The lOlIison mills, probably the first mills lu the west to do so, aro grinding out barley' flour today at their mills here and at Raymond, and are distributing the flour to local bakers. John Ciilmoro has the bread out on his routes today. Tho Ellison people" say the now Jlonr Is very satisfactory, and undoubtedly tho people of Lethbritlge will say the same when they come to use the broad. left for a trip, to Prince Edward Island. . * . ^ > : : ? > The following wore the scores made at the Ladies' Golf Compe^tjUjn, play- . This Is the first time any British ruler has" received such a deputation of women. Surely theli'- majes-tlesyllttie thought on that bright day In July, 189;i. that their 2,'ith anniversary would see such marvelous changes, in the.nation, or such terrible yet wondorl'ul pi'oot troiri tho nalfon or Ite ability lo live up to the |-hlgh nfttlo,n�l ideals that it has always ftet before it. The women particularly ' have risen' to. the occasion " ; v.'.ith undreamed ot fervor and power. .-.-^ny tho next annlvorsiary of their majesties open, upon a: day of peace and a' realization of ;tho aims that have sot before them for their nation. ODE TO AMERICA HUN AIRPLANE LOST. Washlrrgton, July 6.-A German (Urplanfi^^? .lQ�t off .the W.MMrn coast of Jutland last nlQht with Its crew, according to an official dispatch today from Ccpenhngen; Rome, July 5.-"No more shall WB divide with the brute the earth's bread." This Is one of the expressions in the ode, "To America In arms" especially written for the Fourth of July by the poet Gabriel D'Anrrunilo.  From ' all parts ot Italy civic authorlti-ss, associations and individuals sent -messages to President Wilson and Ambassador Page expressing fraternal greetings and kindly aen'tl-ments for Italy's ally across the ocean. WORK WITH l,W.W, Windsor, Ont., July 4.-A revolutionary society of Russian workmen operating in conjunction with the I.W.W. was revealed here to-d^y when John Perehude, allegpilillUVaian agitator, was committed for trial op charges of sedition and conspiring against the ANNOUNCEMENT IN LINE WITH OUR POLICY OF CARRYING ONLY THE VEFIY BEST! LINES, WE HAVE OPENED UP A FINE, CLEAN, NEW STOCK OF Uictor Records ("His Master's Voice") you You will be treated with courtesy and every assistance-ftTeii in making a choice. You will like our service. BE SURE AND HEAF^ THESE: "''''1 87196 Old Folks at^Home...................Gluck and Zimbalist 74509 Lucia-Mad Scene--------'.............. Gall(iCurci' 74510 Lakme-Bell Song .....----,...............,. GnUl-Curci. 74S60 MIdsummpr Night's Dream................ , I Philadelphia Symphony'Orchestra' 74503 Ave Maria (Schubert),............................ Heifetz 74572 RInalo-Lascia ch'lo planga..................... De Luca 38002 La Boheme-Rudolph's Narrative .................. Caruso 70117 The Laddies Who Fought and Won ................ Lauder 74547 Four.American Folk Songs (Violin)............... PoweU LET US ENJOY THEM WITH YOU. PLEASE CALL. GERHARD-HEINtZMAN NEXT DOOR ORPHEUM THEATRE An Opportunity to Economize Why pay^ $30.00 or $40.00 for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to us, and having it Dry ' Cleaned and Pressed. ' Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT IJMITED PHpNE 451 P. O. BOX 477 ^^^^^^^ ;