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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iwii DAILY HERALD SEVEN I I I I II I I I I I JULY C L EiA RANGE I III II B TOWELS At 20 Lees Than Todays Wholesale STOCK UP NOW FOR FUTURE 40 Terry size Tuesday 125 dozen White size Tuesday pair 130 dozen Striped iBath Tuesday 7C I3C 116 dozen White size Regular Tuesday pair trUC 114 dozen Heavy Regular OQ Tuesday pair 130 dozen Croam with red Regular 20 dozen Huck size SOx Regular Tuesday 4lQ pair 120 yards Roller Reg ular 25c Tuesday o 1OC 2 Bolts only of Tea Toweling In blue check and red Reg ular Tuesday i Snap JMena Porous Knit Combination Sizes for Regular Tuesday WHITEWEAR AT REALLY ABSURD The following are merely de tails of the nmny snaps abound ing In this White Muslin made with a wide flounce and trim med with 4 Inch Regular Tuesday 110 A Special Line of with a dainty yoke of embroid Regular i Tuesday Snap Ladies White Muslin Night Gowns in the slipover Beautifully trimmed with laco and Regular Tuesday 1 TQ Snap Dainty Corset with yokes of and with lace Regular Tuesday CO UOC Ladies Muslin open or Prettily trimmed with Tuesday Snap TlDC STOCK UP FUTURE NEEDS Youll be paying double these prices by GINGHAMS At 17V2C yard yards of Gingham in fancy black and Stock up Youll pay double by The BIG EVENT I OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE A Chance of a Lifetime to become the proud possessor of the useful piece of fur niture in the READ THIS 10 ONLY SEWING MACHINES AT Regular Price Of an especially attractive de sign the material used in its construction has a fine pol ished When not in use the swing head rests in a dust proof case from which it can bo easily It has four side drawers and the full complement of necessary attachments are included with each READ THIS for SAVE MONEY Do your own sewing at borne with one of Uptodate Drop Head Sewing Machines with all the latest Important and Improved features at LESS THAN WHOLESALE READ THIS CABINET SEWING MACHINES Regular Price This model is made of selected beautifully finished and apart from Its utility is an orna ment to any The sewing head is raised auto matically by a patent steel chain are only 5 of these ma chines to sell at READ THIS tteBudsons BOB AVAI itiw K AN ABSOLUTE FACT Such has been the Tremendous Rush of Business iti our Shoe Department that the head has positively not had timn to spec ify any lines to insert in this spite of tho fact that the staff has been more than THERE IS A REASON You will find it in the host of phenomenal bargains displayed on the tables in that COME YOURSELF AND SEE JUDGE They are all in plain plain ly and heaps of Bargains for The The The The Young The Young The and for the Footwear at half and In many cases a third of their regular Stock up now for future Youll be paying double by 16 ONLY HAMMOCKS will be sold on Tuesday at These are and come in a delightful range of Roman Heavily fring ed and with a well filled head THE MENS WEAR DEPARTMENT Offers some speciiilly attractive snaps for Tuesdays others arc Mens Silk Shifts In Pongoo niul Whit with collars Regular price is Tucsdrty 9 JQ Boys Shirt Waists In all sizes a wide range of colorings and Tuesday Snap UUC The Boys ing Suits of navy trim with Regular Tuesday Mens All Horsehide Auto Gaunt Black only In sizes 8 to Regular Tuesday o JQ Mens Horsehide Ex tra strong and Regular Tuesday Aft Snap 1 Mens Work Made of a good stout striped All Regular QA Tuesday Snap MENS SUITS FOR These are made In staple models in a good ranges of colors in tweeds and worst Sizes l5 to 38 only BE EARLY MILADI o PERSONAL has received the news that her bus 4 O Lewis who is the 39th Battery in lias been pro moted to Miss Plprence Donald left on Satur BA Sharman has returned from day to spend a month at the Itha Coast bringing back with him his wife and Miss Taylor and family have left to spend a holiday at Hammond and children are spending the summer in Conn and Miss Conn left on Saturday for the McLennan of Calgary Is vis iting the Allison and children and Miss Hilda Church left this morning to spend the summer at McCann left last even ing for visiting relative there for the coming Boucher of the Bank of Cpmmerce staff of Coleman was a mo tor visitor in the city last Miss Cora agricultural editor of the Manitoba Free was In the city over and Skelth and child ren of New Dayton were visitors in city Lackey and daugh ter lilt this morning for their sum iner vacation to Nelson other i accompanied byjher little Albert left last Sat to spend the summor months at George Wells and daughter of are visitors with 631 8th McFadden arrived in the city last week from will ba tlio guest of her daugh Hay for several Fownes of ac by Miss Elizabeth arrived in the city yesterday will eueet of and Taylor or the 1254 Hth Friends of Sharman will be pleas ed to hear she hao improved so Dunlop Ivaa arrived from Lethbridge and will join Dun lop in where they will spend the summer Vancouver Daily Vallanco arrived ths after noon to join her Vallance who ia at present in Cal Vallance is at present the gilest of William Henderson is in the the guest of of the Bank of Mont real at Moose formerly at Leth has been transferred toMa Jamee Fleming of arrived today to spend the summer with Jay Fleming was formerly Miss Barrlson and a member of the Herald staff for a number of Walters has received the sad news of the death of her Second Tanner flying who was killed in 041 accident In Walters returned from Banff Friday and proceeded immediately to Moose Jaw to jolu her CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o Members of the iVextofKin are re minded of the meeting tonight in the Moose hall at 1i The Daughters and Maids of Eng land will meet on Wednesday at 8 As this is the quarterly meet ing a full attendance is The regular meeting of the Girls Auxiliary will be held tomorrow night In the club house at A full attendance of members is request The Maple Leaf Chapter are asked to meet iu the Masonic club rooms on Tuesday evening at to make arrangements for the annual picnic which will bo held at an early date and at which the Coal dale Chapters will The young business women of the city and others who wish to attend are asked to to eew at the Red Cross rooms on Monday evenings from to Though jnuny of the teachers have left the rooms will still bo open on that night and as many girls as possible are asked to Thi garden party which was to have j been held under the auspices of the Red Cross on Delays lawn at Hardieville and whicili was postponed on account of bad wHl be held next July Cars will meet the terminus of the street car line at for the convenience of those SOCIAL EVENTS Miss Anna daughter of and entertained a merry party of young people last Sat the ouKualou being Miss Annas twelfth A gay time was spent playing games at tljo conclusion OT which u most enjoyable supper was Tha guests were Rema Kathlean Bm nia Krma Teddy Jfai Brian Stewart Jioy Brsen Owen Wayne and Jesele Noel ilrandly and also Anna and Theo dora The death of of West took place at her residence this at the age of Tho funeral will be held from Mac kay and Mafkuys undertaking par Wednesday afternoon at 1 Crugg I Tha late Firth besides her three sons and two Edward at the front with the Canadian and Wilfrid and George and Miss Firth at uud Althon F1HE LOCALCASES Forty exemptions were reviewed by the local review tribunal on Satur day with the result that 11 were dip the remainder being allowed Following are the results Allowed till Medicine farmer farmer farmer Leth traveller Leth farmer Coal surface fireman farmer Gullik farmer Kmid farmer conductor Medicine farmer Ander farmer farmer Tab farmer Medicine farmer farm laborer Medi cine farmer Medicine Hat Pur ple farmer Leth farmer Medi cine farmer farmer Medicine far mer Box farmer farmer War farmer Com not to be called before 31 farmer fireman Wesley farmer well driller far to be culled before 31 nol to be called before 31 Rob not to be called before 1 Leth rancher and butcher ON1Y25TH Thursday July 2511 will be docluied a civic holiday by Deputy Mayor This was decided at this mornings meeting of the city ThB monhants haw ducided lo kctv their stores open on Wednes July Pioneor claw on the 25th Very liule business WKR tran sacted at Uio The lUiifltion of stationary he recent defeat of in a suit for but it was decided thtU Commissioner Meech anauld investigate in a was gtveu iu case to erect such an awning and the council is in a ntiandary as to how the matter should be The council also decided stead of holding council meetings at haphazard times thiough the the regular meetings should be held on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 oclock and as few special meet ings as possible formerly of the Great West Saddlery Company and at reached the city last week from a trip of a year and a half which has taken him all over South and into France and While abroad h represented a New York leather Preizig has seen a good deal of the world under wnr conditions since he left here He was in Brazil when America declared Later he went to and then to France where he saw the vast preparations being made by the Amer icans to do their part Ho says is He visited his parents in and incidentally had a hard time get ting out as he says they are intern ing nearly everyone who goes to for the rest of the Ol nil tho Austria is most sick of the says Proi The conditions there are terri he O THE RED CROSS NURSE Olive She wears no silken And no necklace grand and Just a pure white gown of She is wearing every With a red cross stamped upon Telling of a mission grand Which the wearer is performing In a far off distant She left home andloved ailed across the angry Took her place beside the That our country might be Went to be a second To the brave boy over Creed or color does not For them all she has a who binds the bruised and Makes the weak grow strong Tells the soldier boy so That the fight is not In vain Cheers his heart when all is And the pathway seems so Makes the very all seem With some old familiar She who watches In the When the sufferer falls When bo wanders back to She her lonely vigil She it is who smooths the Where the aching head might Softly as a babe doth j On u loving mothers She wlil guard your soldier i She will help them win the j Bringing to our homes more j To our country peace and She will lighten all their Help them in the awful NEPHEW OF LOCAL LADY And will be a of Thrown across their path of So she needs no silken And no necklace grand and Just a red cross tells the Of her work amid the Just a noble hearted In her gown of snowy You will read herdeeds glory When at last we win the STRANGE STORIES OF AUSTRIAN ROYALTY July light hat yet been shed on the mysterious rumors concerning Emperor Charles and Empress Zita of Aus which Von the recently found necessary to deny when attention was called to them by a group of Aus trian premier de nounced these base and abso lutely censeless and declar that anyone caught spreading the tumors would be punished se One report circulating among certain continental papers is that the royal pair are charged with re vealing the plans of the recent battle along the Plave to the Ital BAD FIRE July tna business section of this town was destroyed by fire this including one the The fire started in Frank Coscos general ttore and is still burning It im possible to estimate the damage at The Hudsons Bay Company and Bank of Montreal are among the group of j A recent number of the Utica Globo contains a reference to o who has been missing in action for Home Ho j was a member of the Royal Flying and is a nephew of Cun of Twelfth Street this who was a grad uate of Ottawa in took his air training in He WHS one of tha youngest of Ottawa boys to join the flying He waa J when he was sent to He had downed six enemy machines and had taken part in 22 Cunningham Jiere has one son overseas with the Mounted Another returned home this year dis and whilo crossing was on the Ulenart the hospital bhtp tor pedoed in English He I was in I he water for three An Opportunity to i Economize Why pay or 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 Dont miss this DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LIMITED PHONE 451 ;