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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .)UL\ �, THE LETMBRifbiGE DAILY HERALD III III 11 11 i � I � I � TOWELS At 20% LtwB Than Today's Wliolosnle Frlcos. STOCK UP NOW FOR FUTURE NEEDS. AO doz. Terry Towels, size 12x24, Tuesaoy' Snnp, oa- imir ................... ZUC 125 dozen WTiite Turkish, slzo 15x3-1. Tuesday Snap, oq� pair ................... OfJC 130 dozen Stripnd Hath Towels, 20x30. Tuesday Snap, 7C� pair ................... fOC 116 dozen White Fringed, size i'0x40. IJegiilnr $1.35. qa, Tuesday Snap, pair ... UUC 114 dozen Heavy Brown Striped. 20x40. liegular $1.25. OQ-Tuesday Snap, pair ... Ou C 130 dozen Cream with red stripe, 18x40. Kegular $1.00. CQ� Tuesday Snap, pair..... U%IC 20 dozen Muck Towels, size 20.K 42. Regular 75c. Tuesday Snap, pair -.............C 120 yards Uollpr Toweling. Uok-ular 25c yard. Tuesday I Snap, yard ....... ..... lOC 2 Bolts only or Tea Toweling in blue chock and red check. Rck-ulnr 35io. Tuesday nM Snap ....... �.^C .,� .Men's Porous Knit Combination liH � Underwear. Sizes for everybody. llJ 'Regular $1.50. Tuesday l'|A Snap.................. i.lif U9 WHITEWEAR AT REALLY ABSURD PRICES. The following are mcriily details of the many snaps aljounil-ing in this department. White Muslin Underskirts, made with a wide flounce and trini-nicd Willi 4 inch luce. Regular ?1.60. Tuesday Snap............. A Special Line of  Brassieres, with a dainty yoke oE embroidery. Regular $1.00. 7Q*� Tuesday Sjinp ......... l"C' Ladles' White Muslin Night Gowns in the slipover style. IJcautifuIly trimmed with laco nnd embroidery. Regular $2.^5. Tuesday Snap ............, Dainty Corset Covers, with . yokes of embroidery, and with lace insertions. Regular $1.00. Tuesday /jo Snap ...................UuC Ladles' Muslin Drawers, open or closed. Prettily trimmed with laco. Regular .76c. ACn Tuesday Snap ..........*ir3C STOCK UP NOW FOR. . FUTURE NEEDS You'll bo paying double these prices by fall. 1.59 The BIG EVENT OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE GINGHAMS At 171/20 yard 2,000 yards of Gingham in fancy chocks, black and white, stripes, blue, pink, brown, etc.. etc. Stock up now. You'il pay double by fall. A Chance of a Lifetime to become the proud possessor of tiie most useful piece of furniture in the liomo. READ THIS! 10 ONLY SEWING MACHINES AT S26.79 Regular Price $45.00. � Of an espRcially attractive de-sign inid the material used in its construction has a fine polished finish. When not in use the swing head rests in a dust-proof oaso from which It can bo easily raised. 11 has four side drawers and the full complement of necessary att.ichments are included with ea.2h machine. READ THIS! .1..- for SAVE MONEY Do your own sewing at homn with one of thesn Up-to-date 'IDrop Head" Sewing .Machines with all the latest important and improved features at LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. READ THIS! CABINET SEWING MACHINES AT $29.89 Regular Price $50.00. This model Is made of selected wood, beautifully finished .nnd apart from its utility is an ornament to any home. The sewing Iioad is raised aulo-matically by a patent steel chain device. There are only Tt of these machines to sell at $29.S9. READ THIS! AN ABSOLUTE FACT! Such hag boon the Tremendous Rush of Business in our Slioe Departtncnt that the head has positively not had time to spoc-ify any Hues to insert in this advertisement. This-in Kpito of the fact that the staff has boon more than doubled. THERE IS A REASON You will find it In the host of phenomenal bargains displayed on the tables in that section. COME YOURSELF AND SEE THEM-HANDLE THEM- JUDGE THEM. They are all in plain view, plainly ticketed-heaps and heaps of Bargains for The Babies, The Boys, The Girls, The Young Men, The Young Misses, The Ladles, and for the Men. Footwear at halt and In many cases a third of their regular value. Stock up now for future needs. You'll he paying double by fall. THE MEN'S WEAR -DEPARTMENT otters some specinUy a1lr:ii'livo snaps fur 'I'uesday's sellliiK. .Amongst_()lhcrH uri- Men's Silk Shirts In 'J'ongnis anil \VUU.> wiili collars altuchnil. Urgular price is $4.50, Tuesday AH Smn...................0�Tr�J Boys' Shirt Wnlsts In all Ki/.e,-; and a wide range of coloiiiigs and l)atterUR. Tuesdav nn Snap ....... .......... OUC The Boys' Delight.-Boys' Bathing Suits of I'n.Ht. dye. navy trimmed with red. negular cq_ "iBc. Tuesday Snap...... DifC Men's All Horsehlde Auto Gauntlets, mack only in sizes S to 10. itcgular $4.5u. Tuesday o 4q Snap................. J.t:!/ Men's Horsehide Gauntlets. Kx-tra strong and ddrablc. Regular ?2.I)U. Tuesday -i Af\ Snap ................. 1.^*1 Men's Work Shirts. .Made of a good sto\U striped drill. All sizes. Regular $1.25. QQ�� Tuesday Knap.......... �/�fC MEN'S SUITS FOR $9.98 These are made in staple models In a good range of colors In tweeds nnd worsteds. Sizes .'(5 to .'iS only . BE EARLY 1^ _ . tNCOHPOQATCD iy>0 16 ONLY HAMMOCKS win be sold on Tuesday at $2.49 each These are.worth $5j00 and come In u rieligbtful range of Roman strhies. Heavily fringed and with a well tilled head rest. : ? : ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? o � : PERSONAL ? ? ? Jflss Flprenco Donald left on Saturday to spend a month at itho Coast. m m u .Mrs. .7. M. Taylor and family li.ave lott to spend a holiday at Proctor. Mrs. P. Hammond and children are spending tho summer In Banff. Mr. D. Conn and Miss J. Conn loft on Saturday for the east. ... .Mrs. C. McLennan of Calgary Is vl�-ItlnB Iri' the city. ' . .' .  Mrs. Allleon nnd children nnd Miss Hilda -Church loft this morning to Bpend the summer at Proctor, B.C. � � � , iMrs. Mary-A. McCann left last evening tor Everett, Washington, visiting redatlves there for the coming months. a . � Mr. II, C. Pouchor of the Hank of Cpmmorce staff of Coleman w � .> : ? o : * > � Members of the Next-ot-Kin are reminded of tho meeting tonight in the Moose hall at 7:30. The Daughters and Maids of England will meet on Weiinesday at 8 o'clock. As this Is tho tiuarterly meeting a full attendance is reauested. ... Tho regular meeting of the Girls' Auxiliary will be lield tomorrow night In tho club house at 7..'J'0 sharp. A full attendance of members is requested. � * m . The Maple Loaf Chapter No. 7, 0. E. S. are asked to meet lu the Masonic club rooms on Tuesday evening at S;30 to make arrangements for the annual picnic which will bo held at an early date and at which the Coal-dale Chapters will join. ... The young business women ot the city and others who wish to attend are asked to meet to sew at the Red Cross rooms on Monday evenings from 7:;i0 to 9 .30, Though many of tho teachers have left tho rooms will still bo open on that night and as many girls as possible are asked to attend. ... ThA garden party which was to have ' boon hold under tho auspices ot the Red Cross on .Airs. !3elay'a lawn at HanllevlUe and which was postponed on account ot bad weather, will be held next Wednesday, July. 10, Car^ will �meet the terminus ot the street car lino at 7:30 tor the couvenienco ot those attending. Forty exomntions were revi-:!w0(l by tho local review tribunal on Saturday with the result that 11 weve dip-allowed, tlie remainder being allowed tiU'Nov. 1. Following are the results: Allowed till Nov. 1.-A. Borgo.ton, Medicine Hat, farmer; F. L. Biindnn, L'ethbridge, farmer; G. H. Snowde;:, Lothbridge. farmer;. C. N. Clarke, MnjorvlUe, farmer; A. Stewart, Lothbridge, traveller; E. J. Taylor, Lothbridge, farmer; J. Maclnnis, Coal-hurst, surface fireman; C. Farrell, Lethbrldgo, farmer; Gullik Storhio, Manyberries, farmer; G. W. Knud-son, Coaldalc, farmer; G. A. Jayues, Lethbridge. conductor; J. E. Kollls. Medicine Hat, farmer; W. J. .Anderson, Coaldale. farmer; W. Jugpiard, Lethbridge, farmer; H. W. Cook, Tabor, farmer; A. Borgoson, Medicine Hat, farmer; C. G. Fowlie, Queenstown. farm laborer; Geo. Peterson, Medicine Hat, farmer; H. M. Mitchell. Medicine Hat; W. L. Anderson, Purple Springs, farmer; J. A. Allan. Lethbrldgo, farmer; .M. B. Keating. Medicine Hat, farmer; It. Abcrle, Srhuler, farmer; A. J. Yuill, Medicine Hat, farmer; G. M. Landtold, Box Springs, farmer; D. Jl. Collott, Tabor, farmer; G. R. Jensen, Taber, farmer. nisallowed-C. A. Buttorfiold, Warner, farmer; G. F. H. Taylor, Com-! merce, farmer, not to bo called before I Oct. 31; P. R. Gardner, Lethbridge, 'farmer ;A. B. Marchant, Lethbridge. fireman; AA'esley Dwyer, Leihbridge. farmer; .T. ,1. Currie,' Warner, well driller; W. W. Ainioy, Lomond, farmer, not to be culled before Oct. 31; F. H. CanncU. Vulcan, farmer, not to be called before Oct. 31; R. A. Roberts, Carmangn.v, manager, not to be called before Oct. 1; R. Henrne, Leth-brUlRa, rancher and butcher; R. G. Powell, Taber, farmer. DEAIH K. FIRIH The death oC Mrs. Jas. Plrth, of West Lethbridge, took place at her roaldenco this morning, nt tho age ot 03. Tho funeral will bo hold from Mac-kay and Mackay's undertaking parlors, Wednesday afternoon at '3.80, I Uev. C. E, Cragg ol'ficittJ.lng. ' I'ho late Mrs. Firth loaves, besides her husband, three sons and two daughters, Edward at tho front with tho Canadian forces, and Wilfrid, and George nnd Miss Firth at home, aud Mrs. D. U. AUUon ol Macleod. - CIVIC HOLIOAY 0NjyLY25TH Thursday afternoon. July 23ih will bo dochirod a civic holiday by Deputy Mayor Freeman. This was decided at lilts morning's meeting of the city council. ,Thn merchants have dcoided to kftp their stores open on Wednesday. July 24th. pioneer Day, .in:l clo.^a on the 25th Instead. Very Utile other war, tran-Baeted ut Iho n'oollng. The u'.iKstion of stationary, aiyiiings^suchi.aavf'-''''***'' jhe recent-defeat ot the.iOlfj! hi a suit fordijtn^ftjsea, i^VfiB di^oussod. but .11 was decided ^that Commloaloaer AfeecU. should invosiigale motoring in a ^^^-j AW?i- PfU'mlBsIon was eWen lu ?M:iMi> Q'.ic case to erect .such an awning and the council Is in a f;iiandar.v as to how the matter should bo settled. Tho council also decided that, instead ot holding council meetings at haphazard times rhiough the week, the regular meetings should be held on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 o'clock and as few meetings as possible held. : : > : : : : : ? ? > > > ? ? THE RED CROSS NURSE (Olive G. Bennion.) Magralh. SEES WORLD ONOER Albert. Preizig, formerly ot the Great West Saddlery Company here, and at Calgary, reached the city last week from a trip ot a year and a half which has taken him all over South America, and into England, ['ranco and Switzorlnnd. While abroad In represented a .big New York leather firm. Mr. Preizlg has seen a good deal of tlio world under war conditions since lie lott hero in-December, 1910. Ho was In Brazil wlien America declared war. Later he went to ICngland, and then to France whore he saw the vast preparations being made by the Americans to do their part in the conflict, llo .says this, alone, is amazing. Ha visited his parents in Switzerland, and incidentally had a hard time getting out- as he says they are interning nearly everyone who goes to awltzerland, tor the rest of the war. Of all tho belllgeront.'i, Austria is most sick o'f the war, says Mr. Preizlg. 'I'he conditions there aro terrible, he saya. ? : ? ? : ? : ? : : > > ? : : ? Slie wears no silken bodice, And no necklace grand and gay. Just a pure white gown of linen, ' She is wearing every day. Witii a red cross stamped upon it, Telling of a mission grand Which the wearer is performing In a- far off distant land. I ... She too, left home and- loved ones. Sailed across the angry sea, Took her place beside the soldier. That our country might bo free. Went to be a second mother, To the brave boya^ over there. Creed or color does not matter. For them all she has a care. Sh(> who binds (he bruised and broken. Makes tho weak grow strong again. Tells the soldier boy so often. That the fight is not in vain; Cheers his heart when all is lonely, And the pathway seeriis so long, ' Makes the very all' seefh Happy, With some old familiar song. She who watches in the gloaming. When the sufferer falls asleep, When ho wanders back to dreamland, She her lonely vigil keeps. She it is who smooths the pillow. Where tho aching head might rest, 1 Softly as a babe doth slumber, On a loving mother's breast. She will guard your soldier laddies, j She will help them win the fight, i Bringing to our lioinos more sunshlno, To our country peace aud right. She will lighten all their burdens. Help them in the awful strife, And will be a ray. of sunshine, . Thrown across their path of Ilfo. So she needs no silken bodice, And no necklace grand and gay. Just a red cross tells the story. Of her work amid the fray. Just a noble hearted woman. In her gown ot snowy white. You will read her deeds ot glory When at last we win the fight. ;W OF LOCAL LADY MISSINu .\ recent number of the Utioa Globe conlains a reference to Lieut. M, P. Gunivinghain, of Ottawa, who has boon inlssing-in action for some time. He was 0 niomber of the Royal Flying Corps, and Is a nephew of Mrs. Cunningham, ot Twelfth Street A, this city. Llont. Cunningluim, who was a graduate ot Ottawa University, In Arts, took his air (raining In Bngland. Ho was ono of the youngest of Ottawa boys to join the flying corps, He was 19 when lie was sent to Pranco. Ho had downed sir- onemy machines and had takei) partin 22 rahls. | .Mrs.; eiinjiingliara here has one sdo overseias: with' tlio .Mountqd P'olloe. Another returned home this year disabled, and while crossing was on tho Olonart Castle, the hospital ship torpedoed 1h the EngllBh Channel. He was In Uie water for throe hours. .STRANGE STORIES OF AUSTRIAN ROYALTY London, July 8.-No light has yet been shed on the mysterious rumors concerning Emper.or Charles and Empress ZIta ot Aus-tria, which Dr. Von Seydler, the premier, recently found necessary to deny when his attention was called to them by a group of Austrian deputies. .The premier denounced "these base and absolutely Kenseless tales," and declar-' e4 that anyone caught spreading the tumors would be punished severely. One report circulating among certain continental papers Is that the royal pair are charged with revealing the plans of the recent battle along the Plave to the Italians. BAD FIRE Graham,'Ont., July 8i-^AII tna business section of this town was destroyed by fire this morning. Including ' one hotel, "the Graham." The fire et^rteci in Frank Cpsco'8 flen�ral jitore and Is still burning fiercely. , It Is Impossible to estimate ithe damage at present. The Hudsorj's Bay Company and Bank of Montreal are among the group of building* destroyed. 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 lik^ new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Pressed. Don't miss this opportunity. � DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. LIMITED PHONE 451 p. o, �0x 477> 8971 8879 ;