Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 29

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 Ulfc LUTMUHlbOK DAILY IIKHALU PAGE NINE TUNEFUL TONSIL Mary had a little Its bark was loud and And everywhere that Mnry went That cough waa always It went with her to of And met the school IWho found adenoids were According to his But now horrid Her cough and tonails Reposo upon d doctors And Mary feels x PERSONAL Arnold of Calgary Is vis iting in the Miss Alice Slmfn Is visiting In Van touver for a m and Fleming and fam ily were visitors In Nelson this Ralph Waddlngton and Norman Higlnbbtham left yesterday a visit at Glacier Miss Roberta Scott returned on Monday from a two weeks vacation in Calgary and other Edwards of Macleod is Sn the guest of WH loughby and Canning return ed to the city today after being away for a Brymner and family left yesterday to spend the summer in and who were formerly residents of are holidaying at the Miss Mary Thelin of Is spending the week with her Alias 1426 7th M Isabel Roblson of the Telegraph Company left yesteTday af ternoon to spend a holiday at the 9 m and Matthews and family and Miss Martha Van Heck left this morning to camp at and daughter and her Ste wart of Lethbridge are visiting with McClure Is a sister of Wain Hlllier of the Standard Bank of Edmonton is the guest of Mr and Scott for the week on his way through to take over the bank at A most enjoyable time was spent on Saturday evening at the homeof Joseph Jllller when anumbfer of friends gave Miller a surprise party In honor of her Ronald and Miss Mary Thinning served refreshments while Miss Vic toria Miller and Miss Christina Llnnlng served tie Songs and games were Llnnlng giving sel ections on the The evening came to a close by the guests wishes of good lock to Miller and also Miller who had entertained the with concluding with tho singing OT God Save the King and God Save Our Splendid Tho members of he Camp Fire Girls camping at Marys River are having a splendid About twenty are in camp in charge of tho Dixon and the Miss The girls nre being kindly remembered by many city On Monday evening and Dixon and and Devine motor ed out with an abundant treat of ice Last evening they were vis ited by and Basker Mc and and John and and and Carson and the pastor EA All kinds of good things were taken bread and two treats of Ice Today the Bay Scouts of Wes dey church went out to the Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN WORTHOF ANY STICKYfLY CATCHER Clean to Sold by all Grocersand General SJtoree C 4 v SOCiAL EVENTS s 9 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will bo no meeting of the First Aid Class tomorrow These classes will likely be resumed in of which due notice will be given The Major Jack Ross Chapter will hold their regular monthly meeting in the hall Friday even ing at eight o clock A full at tendance is requested as important business is to be The garden party which was to have been held under the auspices of the Red Cross on Delays lawn at Hardievlllo and which on account of bad will be held July Cars will meet the terminus of the street car line at tor the conven ience of those ladies of church are asked to note that tomorrow afternoon HEAVY TAXES IN War Revenue Bill of is Now Being Considered By Congress rio Kirkbys Special For Thursday JELLY ROLLS Regular Price 25c Thursday 1 Sc EACH Made according to Government Kirkby ftrd Phone 1627 July for framing the new war revenue bill went forward in the house ways and means committee today with attention centering upon the list of suggestions for new or higher taxes on luxuries and submitted yesterday by the treasury Members of the committee indicat ed that the list would form the basis for consumption taxes in their draft of tho though some of the pro posals would be changed and others Besides doubling present taxes on liquors and soft and making general in other existing the treasury suggestions Include taxes of fifty per cent on re tail prices of watches and 20 per cent on musical ten cents a gallon on gasoline to be paid by the wholesalers 10 per on hotel for rooms more than a day or American plan more than 10 per cent on all cafe or restaurant bills and taxes of unstated amounts on mens suits selling for more than womens suits more than and coats more than mens hats more than shirts more than pajamas over hosiery 35 cents shoes over glares over underwear more than all nock wear and canes womens dresses more than skirts over hats over shoes over lingerie over cornets over and all childrens clothing including j suits over toilet over In addition to nil these which I would be levied directly upon tho con the list proposes doubling the 1 present motion pioturo admission tax and imposing a tax cf five per on moving picture theatre rentals with the present1 film tax A ten per on wire intended to apply to tele and other wires whoso uao is is another of tba pro The retail tax principle ia new in the although it 1ms been to France uu4 the regular monthly meeting of the viil bo held at MaryV tho camping grounds of tho Camp Fire leave the church at and all tho ladles of the congregation are cordially in Members of Maple Leaf Chapter 7 and Coaldale Chapter 15 with their families will hold their annual picnic DV on July at the Experimental Autos leave the Mason ic hall at Any members who can provide autos to convoy the party phono Each family is asked to bring a basket containing bread and butter and bread substi salad and with a cup and fork for each member of their family who aro Visiting members cordially Next July the Girls Auxiliary are holding a berry This novel event will consist of a drive to and from the Experimental Farm where ic cake and strawberries will be for This promises to be a most enjoyable event and la a splendid opportunity for city people to get a drive into the Ticketb are on sale at the tlrug stores or may be obtained from the members of the Girls The proceeds are be given to the sanitarium at The following pupils of Aloysius have been successful in passing exams of the Royal College of The students were taught by the Sisters at the Jean Chrissio Lawrence Patricia Phyllis Frances Ber Herbert Margaret Sherman Edna May Bern Eileen WELCOME RAINS July rains throughout British Colum bia yesterday afternoon and test following a dry spell gave every Indication of proving the salvation of many square miles of valuable timber and oth er property in various parts of the province seriously menaced by forest EARNINGS July Nor thern Railway gross earnings for theweek ended July tho first week of the financial were which indicated a decrease of from the figures of the cor respondingweek oflast SHE COULD NOT STAND OB WORK But Lydia Pinkhams table CoBpoond Restored Her Health and Stopped Her had s displace onent and suffered so badly from it that at times I could not be on my feet at I was ell run down end so weak I could not do my house was nervous and could not lie down at night 1 took treatments from a physician but they did not help My Aunt r e c o m mended Lydia P n k h ma Vege table I tried it and now I am strong and well again and do my own work and I Lydia Pjnkhami Vegetable Compound the credit1 JOSEPHINE 935 West Racu Thousands of American women give this famous root and herb remedy the credit for health restored as did For helpful suggestions In regard to BKfli ailments women are asked to write to Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of IU long exoerienoa is at your YOU CAN DO BETTER PRY MENS o a o TS s H u E s NI3RTH CARS TO THt OOOR Our Midsummer ance Sale Is pronounced by people who know and appreciate real values to be the best in the All Day HOSE SPECIALS BLACK 20 dozen 11 Sizes to Reg ular 45c Thursday 3 pairs CHILDRENS WHITE SILK LISLE 40 Sixes 4 to Thursday 39c CHILDRENS WHITE COTTON Sizes 6 to Reg ular for 33c CHILDRENS WHITE COTTON Sizes 7 to Reg ular for 39c CHILDRENS STERLING BRAND WHITE COTTON Sizes 5 to Regular for 45c CHILDRENS STERLING BRAND WHITE COTTON Sizes 7 to Regular for LADIES BLACK BOOT Regular Thurs day 3 pairs A A for LADIES 4THREAD BLACK ITAL IAN SILK Regular JA Thursday Special C LADIES SILK HOSE in colors champagne and Regular Thurs day Special LADIES SILK BOOT HOSE in Kings champagne and Regular Thurs day 1 1 C pair 2 pairs All Day MENS WEAR SPECIALS MENS made of a fine English white fros Regular AA Thursday Special MENS BOATER STRAW This has abeautifully even plait and is extra strong at edge of ensuring hard All Reg ular Thursday A A if if C JAPANESE in three Fedora and raised Haa u very smart appearance and gives excellent Regulafi O yfO Thursday RAHRAH HATS in a wide choice of Sizes 6 to Regular Thursday A SUIT SPECIAL Mens Navy Blue Serge Regular Price for The cloth is a genuine English serge and the color is absolutely A rare snap at the All sizes fronift lo All Day GROCERY SPECIALS Large Bottles nn Thursday Special 66C Old Dutch 3 tins or Thursday Cartons Soda all Thursday Special Cartons Robin Hood Rolled Thursday 24 sack Robin Hood f Thursday Special 1 Christies Arrowroot Biscuits Thursday 2 Blueberries in gA Thursday 3 OUC Charles 4 tins PA Thursday Special 1 tins Donaleo tin CLEARANCE A New Departure At The Bay Of Vital Interest to You READ IT During the remaining days of our July Clearance each department will in for a specified TWO HOURS SELL place on wale some line of merchandise at an hitherto unheard of Previous selling price will not be Our object being to bring you to the store and to that so the offering and will be of such supreme value as to compel your These speocinls will be sold at the price only during the two hours reverting to their former price immediately that time Watch These Advertisements Carefully Each FROM TO THE SHOE DEPARTMENT Will place on the SPECIAL TABLE 60 pairs of LADIES HIGH TOP BOOTS with patent leather uppers and cloth This boot has French heels and fancy strips round the In sizes 3yz to Regular TWO HOURS SPECIAL PRICE FROM TO A Smart and Serviceable Range of Ladies Waists for 78c each These must not be judged by the which Is away below the actual cost to Come and see them and you will In all and neat pin stripes and Every size in NO PHONE ORDERS OR FOR THIS FROM TO f FLANNELETTE at 13c yard This is a Special for we realize that the luncheon hour is an awkward time for you to do your requiring a very special inducement to bring you But this will do The regular price is 30c to 35c 87 yards only Pure White Flannelette yard 13o 50 yards Striped Flannelette yard 13c 59 yards Pink Flannelette yard 13c Limited 10 to a No phone orders or on these FROM TO THE BOYS DEPARTMENT has an offering of special interest to all 10 Boys Suits In dark and light grey made In the latest TWO PAIRS OF BLOOMERS WITH EACH Regular Two Hours Special Price Orders or for this FROM TO IN THE FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT Will be found 200 yards New Process Linoleum In four Regular price is lineal Two Hours Special Prloa 2 Regular yard No Phone Orders or for this 4 Regular for a for OUR ALL DAY GROCERY SPECIAL WHY MAKE YOUR OWN JAM 4 Pails of Wagstaffes Raspberry Jam You will want one or the bolt for 82c each 6 ONLY JAPANESE MATTING SUIT CASES Regular and for NEW APPLES ARRIVED TODAY per 11C Heres a chance of purchasing best than you can make minus the discomfort attendant on preserving it FOR TODAY ONLY No Phoiie Orders or for this Uhrfiudsons Bay THE PtOPUT COMMIWOnfr All Day SHOE SPECIALS LADIES WHITE POPLIN BOOTS with a vunip and painted French Extremely well finish ed Sizes 2V2 to A Oft Thursday Special LADIES BLACK FRENCH KID BUTTON with Louis heel and 8 Inch Sizes 2 to a JQ Thursday LADIES TANGO with rubber soles and Has a neat poplin bow to finish it Sizes 1 to Thursday f QQ Special SOYS GRAIN BLUCHER standard screw and bellows A good strong serviceable fjoot for general Sizes 2 to Thursday o Special LADIES FELT BEDROOM in colors of melrose red and Trimmed with white silk pom pom and All Thursday Special All Day LADIESWEAR SPECIALS THE NEW LADIES SMOCKS in bold stripes of yellow and pink and blue and white ami hello and 1 Jfk Thursday Speeclal LADIES HOUSE DRESSES in prints and Very special Regular JA Thursday Special A LOVELY RANGE OP GINGHAM PORCH DRESSES in pretty plaid Very smart and AA Thursday Special A VERY SPECIAL LINE OF WAISTS being shown In all white of a multitude All sizes in Thursday Special OUR ENTIRE RANGE OF SILK SUITS at prices ranging as high as are to be sold at The chance of a lifetime to secure one of these exclusive suits at such a All in two COME AND SEE All Day FURNISHINGS SPECIALS 3RAND MARCHING ORDERS FOR AXMINSTER RUGS We are going to reduce our stock of these and this s how we are going to do The sizes are and and the regular and All will be grouped together and sold at bne uniform price ol The early shopper naturally has the SUIT CASES 2 Regular for ;