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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY I PAGE NINI JUST BE QUAD Feelln kind o all run down Mighty bad Sick and tired of lite In town Dont be sad What youre needing Isnt rest Square yortr 4 raise your ttrtrkeyf go out i 4uit glad Gone astray iri No Mans Land lad Ought to have your thnncd a gad Should lift ttcpt the narrow track you cant go hack bo glad Gone and blown in air your cash v tv nOW on soup and hash Wrltln Dad Dont you do Heres a tip Keep a good stiff upper lip Neednt fall because you Blip Just be glad Friends refuse you out Dont get mad You would be a lasiy If they had Do not envy pelf Praise the Lord youvegot your health Dig In Be a man Just bo glad All the world may1 say or Good or Isnt anything to be gjhdf Though you worir ntbooksor Though you work with pen or Hump make the grade Just be glad in Kitchener Miss Hilda DixoiiHeft yesterday to visit friends PERSONAL ff Miss Ella Senwlck ot Fort Is the guest of Miss Catherine Free j Judge loft lust week for the coast and is visiting at Ponoka Miss Dalrymple and Miss Dal rymple returned from a two weeks visit to Frank Smith of Calgary is vis iting with his David 811 8th and daughter left yesterday to visit in Medi cine of is staying with In the very Goods you require for midsummer Read the full then come out Wednesday LOOK AT THIS FOR A SKIRT BARGAIN 25 stylish Wash plain white and naturalPalm Values up to Wednesday each 3 JERSEY SPORT SUITS AT ALMOST HALF PRICE 3 Wool Jersey Colors Regular prices Wednesday only 84 Heavy Bleached Sheeting WEDNESDAY MORNING per 63c inch Table Linen All pure Irish Hard to find at White Lawn For Women and f 50c TAKE NOTICE Pure White Airywear Combination Sleeveless and knee Cool and Special per Special Value in Hosiery for Wednesday Morning t Womens Silk Boot Hose 69c Colors cham and All Swell Silk Hosiery 93c Colors Ail Fancy Voile Blouses at Stripes and New lines that have just Great 40 Colored A BIO RANGE OF CHOICE REGULAR 75c SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS There Will Be a Lively Stir Among the Crepe de Chenes 40 Inch fine Crepe doChene in a range of lovely color sky and Wednesday Clearing Up the Wash Dresses Plaid fancy check and floral voiles and Sizes 34 to Large Allover Aprons 93c Splendid fast 25 per cent DISCOUNT HERES YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY Onefourth off regular prices of all Boys White Wash Little Boys Girls and Young Mens Straw Cloth Hats and Tweed CHILDRENS WHITE ROMPERS 65c GIRLS WHITE CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c TV Ormsby She lias rome Jwv who Is In the J and Thomas Taylor re turned yesterday a weeks visit In The many friends of Wakelen will be glad to learn nbo is on the road to after an op eration at the Gait Miss A formerly of the NUrsing MlsslOtt Waff is at nursing In the Ogden Homn in Cal expects to loavo for military duty overseas Van Morno with her little son loft vinit her sister in fotthe Miss Knox who been visiting In has ffturnud to Leth bridge and hasagkln taken a position on the Nursing atjpff at tlin Cialt hos Mias Uobena Anderson of Edmon lion Is on dutyat the Ogden Convases cent Home In Calgary and expectsto go overseas Miss Anderson lived in Lolhforldge for some time and has many friends She is a sis ter of now over Miss Nimmons left tliis morning to visit at Mirror and Baker and family loft this afternoon for where they will spend the sum Arthur formerly of this who lias been living in Leth bridge for the past few passed on on liis way to New where he proposes taking up Hat Daily r Downing and litlle daughter are visitors in v The Camp Fire Girls of Wesley church left yesterday to camp at Marys for some Miss Roxie Armstrong lias left for the East to take a course In motor ambulance in preparation for While there she will visit Niagara and At the latter place she will visit and Holman left Sunday for a tour of coast dtlea tak ing with them their Harry O O CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES C The Thistle Circle will meet with Hyssop fiOft 13th Street north on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross An Atlantic Colonel Edouard of Mont officer commanding tlin troops who were on board the I lull the City of when steamer went ashore Hear fitntos today thatmany of the men lost tliwlr great foats and in Homn rases all they In tlieir hnsty dlscmliiirkulion of stranded Ho says that the discipline nnvongst the troopn was When lie ship lie the usual signal of warning was given by the siren and at once the men pro ceeded in an orderly manner to their allotted There was abso lutely no each man remain ing at liis place until arrangements for disembarkation had been and the troops nang cheerily during that period of intense strain and anx After a certain two ladders of rope were lowered from he one on each Colonel Deprohon supervised one ladder and Captain of watching the On account of the heavy sea run ning the disembarkation of tho men was a tedious and dangerous but no one was Ho speaks highly of lie work of all his and of the captain and crew of the vessel who werethe last to Following is a list of the Canadian Expeditionary Force officers who were on the ship Montreal Edou ard Captain Guelph Captain George Bowmanville Captain London Major Toronto Sounders and Winni peg Bruce Niagara Ottawa Watsou and IS The garden party which was to have been held under tlie auspices of the Red Cross on Delays lawn at Hardieyille and which was postponed on account of bad will be July Cars will meet the terminus of the street car line at for the conven ience of those a Knox church is Sun day school picnic Cars will leave the church at 3 oclock to go to the Experimental The NextofKin will meet at two oclock on July to go to Henderson for their The Daughters and Maids ot Eng land will not meet on Wednesday ev as stated in last nights Announcement will appear Tho annual Sunday school picnic of church is to be held to July 10th at the river Arrangements have been made to take all baskets and smaller scholars of the school to the Rigs leave at 2 returning at 9 Games and amusements water for tea provided on Parents are asked to come and enjoy the af ternoon with tho The short est route to the grounds down the coulee at the end of 10th A FIGHT ON July a vote of 7 to 3 the senate commerte com mittee today ordered a favorable report without further on the house author izing the president to take over cable and radio lines during the July the reso lution authorizing the president to take over cable and radio systems during the war back in the hands of the interstate commerce the senate was expected to renew its fight today for disposal of the Adminis tration leaders in the senate planned to make an effort to avoid extended committee hearings while opposition leaders declared they would demand that the committee investigate the measure thoroughly as to its neces sity and effects befqre reporting In brief the situation in the senate as far as the status of the resolution is was today exactly as it was when that convened yester AHLEN A marriage of interest to Lethbridge people took place on July at the home of Ahlen at when their daughter Judith was united in marriage to James only son of Cusator and the late Cus ator of Arthur Ahlen brother of the bride being the grooms man and Miss Slbella sister of the groom being The bride was given away by her fath er and was attired in a travelling suit of navy blue and wore a hand embroid ered blouse of palest grey georgette and poke shaped hat of pale grey fac ed with pale pink She hud cordage bouquet of white bride roses and pink sweet The bridesmaid was becomingly attired in blue crepe de cherie and georgette and wore a corsage bouquet of pink Phillips of First Presbyterian church of Jamestown performed the ceremony which took place in a navel manner beneath a boll of bride the place being u bower of The rooms were also beautifully decorated in white usparagua ferns and sweet carnations and roses in pink and A buffet luncheon was served after the ceremony and was presided over by Arthur Ah by Herman Ahlen and Blbert aisterinlaw of the The bride and groom left by motor for and from there will proceed Minnesota and the Twin returning the first of August to where they will beat home to heir friends op MVMt Thli marrfcse July of or thirty was meted out to a farmer from on a charge of refusing to register two weeks Ho preferred the jail The magistrates who tried the Butcher and Morris at also committed him for trial on a charge of having written loiters to friends in Canada contain ing matter derogatlry to the govern ment to the NEW TRANSPORTS July Hurley after a vialt to the White House today announced that shipping board has let contracts for 92 army After the war the transports will be put into the passenger carrying trade De livery will be made before Decem ber A number of trans ports are being built on the Pacific KING July Excel the Duke of has received ca blegram from Ilia Majesty King George under date of i I thank you most cordial ly for the loyal congratula tions you have tendered to tho Queen ancl myself on the occa sion of our silver in the name of the government and people of two of the oldost families in the local the bride and groom being well known In business and the groom being a member of the First State Bank and also a popular mem ber of company H Militia of North being discharged through ill Mias Ah leu WHS well known in Leth Jiavipg visited for some time niU Baker of this WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY READ OUR PRICES QN CONGOLEUM RUGS It is positively your last opportunity of securing one of these at such a Compare the prices those prevailing then Wednesday Is your last and only At The Bay of the great bargains offered and the opportunities of savings it Wednesday being a we quite realize that to crowd a full days business into 4 hours we must offer some really WONDERFUL Inducements to tempt you to come tothe Read the following items over them with the prices prevailingand which you have been lately paying and we think our object will be BUT are only a very brief summary of the many inducements we could Come to the store WEDNESDAY und let ns show you the Buy It N O W CONGOLEUM RUGS Your Last Chance of These at the Pricea 5 size Regular Wednesday 9 QC 6 size Regular Wednesday C 3 size Regular Wednesday fi QC only 0 1 size Regular Wednesday Q QC only f size Regular Wednesday I O r A only 7 size Regular Wednesday 1 Q QC only Mens light weight H08E with silk in black Regular Wednesday Special 1ft pair A lovely range of Mens Neg ligee SHIRTS with soft All Regular Wednesday O PA 3 for Mens WORK made of 1 Missouri Regular Wednesday C Ladies WHITE POPLIN BOOTS with facing around the toe and Has Louis heels reinforced with nickle Ooodyear welted and a 10 inch The fashionable boot for summer and fall Regular Wednesday 7 Special Ladies WHITE POPLIN TOP white calf Has fancy facing up the front and around Made with a now fitting top with a curve up the The most uptodate New York on Regular WedA HA nesday Special Ladies Patent Leather BUT TON BOOTS with 8 inch cloth a long pointed An exceedingly flexible Wednesday t AA THE SNAP OF SNAPS IN VOILE WAISTS These are warehouse samples been per fectly fresh goods and there are no two which means you can have an exclusive They are beautifully embroider ed some with Gui pure lace and in a variety of Lot to Wednesday Special to Wednesday Special Lot to AA Wednesday Special A most useful and serviceable line of HOUSE DRESSES iif a very wide and comprehensive range of patterns and The materials are Prints and Ginghams and the sizes run from 34 to Regular value t Wednesday Special Sheets and Sheeting are Specially Featured for Wednesday An extra special is 3 dozen ready for fl4 Wednesday UA each Another yards pura white English Linen finish 94 Wednes day AA yard 9SfC 350 yards in another sell ing today at in a 94 Wednesday yard 000 yards SHEETING at old in 84 and 2 yards Wednesday yard DSfC Another lino in the 200 yards of f A Special Boys CORDUROY KNICKERS made with straight Only U limited quantity to sell at the Regular OA Wednesday Special Buy It NOW ALL OUR LADIES MOTOR HATS TO BE CLEARED ON WEDNESDAY MORNING HALF ATPRICE SILK CREPE 435 36 inches wide in nine old sky and Nlto Beg For 59c yard folQiif Bay Tompa ;