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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta >VEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1918 AllK LlillllililLKil': DAILY llEUALU PAGE NINE : TUNEFUL TONSIL TALK. Mary had a Uttlo cougli, Its baric was loud nnrt sneezy, lAnd overywhoro that Mary wont That cough was always whoozy. It went with her to achool, of course, And mot the school physician, f\Vho found her adenoids wore larso, According to his mission. But now tfiose horrid adenoids. Her cougTi and tonaJls .vicious, iReposo "upon a doctor's esh'elf, ' And Mary feols delicious. .    X > >} ; >> � o horfi of (he Camp Fire Girls camping at St. Mary's River arc having a splendid time. About twenty are in camp in charge of tho guardian.'!, Mr.'i. C. E. Cragg, Mrs. A. M. Dowsloy, Mrs. Geo. Dixon and tlie Secretary, .Aliss Newman. The girls are being kindly romoiribered by many city frlon-is. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. G. Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Devine motored out with an abundant treat of ice cream. Last evening they were visited by Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Hasker-viUe, -Mr. and,Mrs. Dowsloy, Mrs. Mc-Mikin, Miss Dosso, Dr. and Mrs. Cragg, Mr. and Mrs. John Kipn. .Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, .Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Fotteriy, Mr. and Mrs. Carson and tho pastor Rev, C. 13. v Cragg. All kind.s of good things were taken out, takes, pies, bread and two treats of Ico cream. Today the Bay Scouts of Wes iley church weht out to the camp. {. -J. � ,> :> > ft  ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? ? : : : * : : : : > There will bo no meeting of the Aid Class tomorrow night. Those classes will likely be resumed in August, of which due notice will be given later.   � The Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D. K. will hold their regular monthly meeting in the K.P. hall Friday evening at eight 0 clock shari.. A full al-tondanco is rcqueiited as Important business Is to be discussed.    Tlie garden party which was to have been hold under the auspices of the Red Cross on Mrs. Delay's lawn' at Hardievllle and which wa^ostponed on account ot bad weather, will bo held tonight, AVednesday, July 10th. Cars will meet tho terminus of tho street car lino at 7:30 for the conven-ieucQ of those attending. a  � The ladles of Wesley church' are asked to noto that tom.orrow afternoon tho regular monthly meeting of tl.o W.M.S. will he hold at St, .Maryr river, the camping grounds ot tho Camp Fire Girls. Cars will leave the church at 2:00 p.m. and all tho ladles of tho congregation are cordially Invited. ..........  t � Members ot Mapln Leaf Chapter No. 7 O.E.S. and Coalriale (!haptor No. IS O'.IC.S. with their families will hold their annual picnic (DV) on Tuesday, July 1", at the Bxperlmontal Farm. Autos will leave the Masonic hall at 1:00 p.m. Any members who can provi'lr autos to convey tho party out kindly phono Each family is asked to bring a basket containing broad and butler and bread .subsll-lutes, salad and pie. with a plate, cup and fork for o;icli juombcr of their family who aro coming. Visiting members cordially Invited. � *  Next Wednesday, July 17, tho Girls' Auxiliary are h-jlding a berry drive. This novel event will consist of a drive to and from the li^xporlmontal Farm where Ic cream, cake and strawborries will be' for sale. This promises to bo a most enjoyable event and la a sidendld opportunity for City people to got a drive into the country. . Tickets are on sale at cH tho drug stores or may be obtained from the members of tho Girls' Auxiliary. Tlio proceeds are .to bo given to ilio sanitarium at Frank. Il/C m PUPILS HEM TAXES IN U. S. PROP The following pupils of St. Aloyslus' Convent, cit.v, have boon successful in passing exams ot tho Royal College of Music, London. The students were taught by the Sisters at the convent. Primary-Passed: Jean Grior, Chrisslo Horn, Lawrence Laughy, Patricia Ward, Phyllis White. Elementary-Passed: Frances Bernard. Herbert Newlnger, Margaret Popson, Sherman Turcotte. Lower-Passed: Edna May Bernard. Eileen Rooney. Higher-^Nelson J. Bernard. WELCOME RAINS Vancouver, July 10.-Welcome rains throughout British Columbia yesterday afternoon and last night, following a long, dry spell gave every indication of proving the salvation of many square miles of valuable timber and other property in various parts of the province seriously menaced by forest fires. War Revenue Bill of U. S. Now Being Considered By Congresa is Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocera'and General Store*- Kirkby's Special For Thursday JELLY ROLLS Regular P^lce 2Sc Thursday 1 Sc EACH Ma^e according to Govornmont reeulationa. Kirkby & Co. 06 jVd Ave, 8. Phone 1627 Washington, July 10.-Preparations for framing the now war revenue hill weht forward In tho house ways and means committee today with attention centering upon tho list of suggestions tor new or higher taxes on luxuries and .necessities submitted yesterday by the treasury department. Members of the committee Indicated that the list would form the basis for consumption taxes in their draft of tho bill, though some of tho proposals would be changed and others disregarded. BesldoB doubling present taxes on liquors and tobaccos, soft drinks, and making general incroasos. in other existing rates, the treasury suggestions include taxes of fifty per cent on re-tall prices of Jewelry, watches and clocks, 20' per cent on automobiles, bicycles, musical Instruments, etc., toh cents a gallon on gasoline to be paid by the wholesalers; 10 per cent, on hotel bllli^ for' rooms more than $2.50 a day or American plan more than ; 10 per cent on all cafe or restaurant bills and taxes of unstated amounts on men's suits aelliug for more than $'30, women's suits more than ?40 and coats more than ?30; men's hats more than $4; shirts more than ?2; pajamas over ?2; hosiery 35 cents; shoos over $?5; gloves over $2; underwear more than f3; all nock wear and canes; wojnen's dreasos more than $25; skirts over $15; hats over $10; shoes over $0; lingerie over $5; corsets over $5 and all furs, fans, etc.; children's clothing including suits over $15; purses, toilet articles, etc., over $2. In addition to-nil those taxes, which would be lovlod directly npon tlio con-sumor, tho list proposes doubling the prosont motion picture admission tax and impoaing a tax cf five per cent, on moving picture theatre rentals with tho present' film tax eliminated. A ton por cent.'tax on "wire leaaos," Intended to apply to talMtraph, tolo-phono,and other wlron whose use in leased, la another of ti�fl treasury proposals. Tho retail tax prlnclplo la now In the Unit** Btates, although It has been leyltrt In BitBluud, Franco and. Geraiaay. C. N. R. EARNINGS . Toronto, July 10.-Canadian Northern Railway gross earnings tor the-weok ended July 7, tho first week of tho C. N. R. financial year, were $821,700, which indicated a decrease of $60,600 from the figures of the corresponding week of last year. SHE GOULD NOT STAND OR WORK Bnt Lydia E. Pinkham't. Vege-^ table Compound Restored Her Health and Stopped Her Pains. Portland, Ind.-"I had s dlaplaee-ment and suilered so badly from it that at times I could not bo on my feet at all. I was all run down Bnd so weak I could not do my housework, was nervous and could not lio down at night 1 took treatments ,; from a physician but they did nothelp me. My Aunt recommended Lydia E, I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. I tried it and now I ftm Btrong and well egain and do my own work and I kiv�* -- Lydia E. Pjnkhani'i Vegetable Compound the credit." -Mrs. Josephine Kimble, 935 West Raco St., Portland, Ind. Thousands of Amerlcati women give this famous root and herb remedy the credit for health restored aa did Mra. Kimble. For helpful rnggostiona in regard to suj!i ailments women areaaked to writ* to Lydia E, Pmkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Tho result of it* long exoerience is at your Bervic�. TOUCAN DO BETTERg ^ Hennes.eyaWi LSdt JpnV GOXJPS.VMSENS WEAP^ ��A-*'- BOOTS. ^Ar'SHO ESc, 50C ladies' black silk boot ' hose. Regular ."lOc, pair. Thursday Special, 3 pairs j qq ladies' 4-thread black italian silk .hose. Regular |-Q 75c. Thursday Special ..... �)*/? ladies' silk hose in colors tan, grey, nigger, champagne and black. Regular TOc. Thurs- jq day Special ......... ..... liUK. A New Departure At The Bay Of Vital Interest to You READ IT! During the remaining days of our "July Clearance" event, each department will In rotation, for a apocitied TWO HOURS' SELL-IXO, placo on wale some line of merchandise at an hitherto unheard of price. Previous selling price will not be considered. Our object being to bring you to tho store arid to lhat department, so tho offering must, and will he ot such supreme value as to compel your attention. These speccials will be sold at tlie price quoted, only during tho two hour.'i .specified, reverting to their former price Immediately that time expires. Watch These Advertisements Carefully Each Day. LADIES' SILK BOOT HOSE in grey, black, white, green. King's Blue, bronze, champagne and sand. Regular $1.75 pair. Thursday Special, lie pair ............ ..... I.ID 2 pairs for ...............$2.25 All Day MEN'S WEAR SPECIALS MEN'S PYJAMAS, made ot a fine English aoiactte, .with white frog H fasteners. Regular ^3.50. t QQ Thursday Special ...j;..,. ivuO FROM 8.30 TO 10.00 A.M. THE SHOE DEPARTMENT win place on the special table 50 pairs Ot ladies' high top boots with patent leather uppers and cloth tops. This hoot has French heels and fancy strips round the tops. In sizes 1,^2 to 5. Regular $6.00. two hours special price $1.99 99c MEN'S BOATER STRAW HATS. This has u- beautifully even plait and is e.xtra strong at edge of brim, ensuring hard wear. All sizes. Regular . .?1.50. ThureUay Special............... JAPANESE PANAMAS, in three Bhapea. Fiat , crown. Fedora and raised crown. Kua u very smart appearance and gives excellent wear. Regular. $3,50. n yjQ. Thursday Special ........^~r�f FROM 10.00 TO 12.00 A.M. A Smart and Serviceable Range of Ladies' Waists for 78c each These must not he judged by tho price, which is away below the actual cost to us. Come and see them and you will buy-not one-but several. In all white, and neat pin stripes and fancies. Every size in stock. NO PHONE ORDERS OR C.O.D.'S FOR THIS SPECIAL. BOY,S' "RAH-RAH" HATS in a wide' choice of colors. Sizes 6% to S%. Regular G5c. Thursday Special............... 49c A SUIT SPECIAL Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits. Regular Price $30,00, for S22.95 The clotli is a genuine Jilnglish serge and tho color is absolutely fast. A raro snap at the price. Ail sizes froni JO lo 4G, All Day GROCERY SPECIALS Large Bottles B.P. Sauce. 00_ Thursday Special ...... �tttC Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 tins Thursday Special ,..... c�9C Cartons Soda BIscuita, all oo-makes. Thursday Special JfaC Cartons Robin Hood Rolled oc^ Oats. Thursday Special.. itOC 24 lb. sack Robin Hood | j-A Flour. Thursday Special. l��/v Christiea' Arrowroot Biscuits oa-Thursday Special, lb..... LVK. No. 2 Blueberrlea (in tins). CA_ 'Thursday Special, 3 tins.. UUC St. Charles Milk, 4 tins |-|\^ Thursday Special ____3UC I lb. tlna Doualoq Coffee, tin Q 7 _ Thursday Special ....... J  C FROM 12.00 TO 2.00 P.M. , FLANNELETTE at 13c yard This is a "Special Extraordinary," for we realize that the luncheon hour Is an awkward time for you to do your shopping/ requiring a very special Inducement to bring you out. But this will do it. The regular price is 30c to 35c yard. 37 yards only Pure White Flannelette at, yard ......... 13c 50 yards only, Striped Flannelette at, yard .............. 13c 59 yards only, Pink Flannelette at, yard .............. 13o (Limited 10 yards to a customer.) No phone orders or CCD. on these specials. FROM 2.00 TO 4.00 F.M. THE BOYS'DEPARTMENT has an offering of special interest to all parents. 10 Only, Boy's Suits in dark and light grey colors, made In (lie latest models, TWO PAIRS OF BLOOMERS WITH EACH" SUIT. Regular $12.50. Two Hours Special Prlca $8.29 -N'oPhonfe Orders or CCD, for this Special. NEW APPLES arrived today per ft. 11c FROM 4.00 TO 6.00 P.M. IN THE FURNISHINGS' DEPARTMENT Will be found 200 yards "New Process" Linoleum In four different, patterns. Regular price is $2.80 lineal yard. Two Hours Special Prlo� lineal w yard No Phone Orders or CCD. for this Special. $1 OUR ALL DAY GROCERY SPECIAL WHY MAKE YOUR OWN JAM? 4 lb. Pails of Wagstaffe's Raspberry Jam , for 82c each Here's a chance of purchasing Jam-tho best jam-"Wag-staffos"-cheaper than you can make it, minus the discomfort attendant on preserving It yourself. i . FOR TODAY ONLY No Phoiie Orders or C.O.D. for this Special. All Day SHOE SPECIALS LADIES' WHITE POPLIN boots with II neat vamp and painted line). Kxtremely well finish-ed footwear., Sizes ^Vj to y| o�mtkp >ayo "ECONomsnLroR the PEOPtS" wcBMar.K.Buiigibct witM coMMi^aiowf? " MM 452 ;