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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1917 TIIE LETHBRTDC.E WEEKLY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Extra Specials in Wash Goods, Suiting and Linen Sale in our Dry Goods Section HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S ANNUAL JULY 500 YARDS THI8 SEASON'S WASH GOODS. On sale for one day only. All tho new lines for this Reason including ntrlpes, checks, plaids and motive designs, 32 to Ho Inches. 9C� Yard .................................................. LDC 100 YARDS LINEN 8UITING. Splendid for boys wear in brown or tan. 29 inches wido. Special for one day only. OC*� Yard......................t............................. CtDC 100 YARDS, 36 INCH IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEF CLOTH.- Alt pure linen, one day only. Regular 50c. Solo Special, yard ........................................ uUC ALL LADIES' & CHILDREN'S WEAR GREATLY REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE OF STOCKS. LADIES &. CHILDREN S HATS. A large variety to choose from. All to clear at HALF PRIOE. SUMMER WITH FULL SPEED AHEAD THIS GHEAT UAUOAIX GIVING EVFNT CONTINUES.-TIIEKE IS YET TIME TO SAM: DOLL A US BY KC'JI AKIN U YOUK WANTS AT THIS S\LE.- UET IT AT TIIE 15AV. CHILDREN' TIONS. A:s. did sii iu. !ti' July Sale . 5 KNIT COMBIMA �rlI'll Hi,;,---,; A *plen-!;j liir f>rt�\ 23 c ANOTHER SPECIAL GROCERY LIST Pure Raspberry Jam Special, per tin Pure Jam with apple. Reg 25c. Special, per tin ... English Vinegar, quart bottles. Special ...... Bottled Olives, regular 35c. 8peciai, per bottle Jelly Powders. Special Three for ............ Crab Meat. Special Per tin .............. 78c 14c 28c 25c 24c 34c Lobster, half lb. tine. QC� Each ............... ODC Canned Chicken, CA�� Special, tin .......... OUC Malkln's Best Coffee. ACg* Special, per tin ....., TtvC Hudson's Bay Tea, No. 1 pr quality. Special, per tin ODC Good Quality Coffee. QC, 3 lbs. for ............ i/OC Quaker Oats, special OQ*� Package............. �tOK BOOT & SHOE SALE SPECIALS MINERS CAN SAVE $1.50 ON A PAIR OF BOOTS MINER'S HEAVY BLUCHER BOOTS. With or without hob-" nails, plain toe and wide fitting v.'lth a heavy reinforced leather heel. Sizes G to 11,- Reg. ?4.50. July Sale, pair. 2.99 LADIES' FANCY PUMPS. For street wear, patent leather or dull kid In Colonial style with large or small buckles or plain stylo with French soles, Cuban heel3. Sizes 2 to V&. Regular value up to $8.00. July Sale............. We Have Still Another Climax to Our July Sale An Offer that is Most Sensational Com. Sat., July 14th LAMED PORTRAIT MADE FROM ANY SMALL PHOTO See window Fri. night No Mail Orders 4.39 LADIES' GUNMETAL SHOES; Wide fitting and medium toe, with a Cuban heel. A very drossy boot as well as one that will give splendid wear. Sizes 2Vi to 6Ys- July Sale. 3.99 MEN'S GUNMETAL BUTTON OR BLUCHER DRESS BOOTS. �Wide fittin;,' and block toe, with a compound rubber sole and leather heel. July Sale Pair .............. A remarkable offer indeed. To take advantage you must act promptly. Bring to us any Email photo (bust style) postal photo or cabinet picture and we will faithfully enlarge it to a handsome CONVEX Oval Portrait, measuring 14x20 Inches. Thousands of homes have but small pictures of their soldier boys. This should prove to be of great interest to many who have relatives or friends in the firing line. Many of these men went away leaving no'resemblance behind but a small snap shot or cabinet photo. How nice it would be to have a large'CONVEX portrait of "him" hanging on the wall, flag draped. .Good for a Limited Period Only. We guarantee the safe return of your original photograph. These reproductions are actually works of art, 60 faithfully are the original lines followed. Then, too, these portraits are of the very latest Style CONVEX enlargements, and worthy a place In any home. Please do not ask us to fill mall orders. This procedure would be most unsatisfactory to you as well as to this house. LADIES' SERGE AN'J SILK DRESSES, .lust a IVw left. All colors mid ;i great, bargain. Regular to $22.rpH. July Sale ........ iJl^i; LADIES NIGHT DRESSES. A beautiful lini' for ladies. Slipover style, embroidered yoke. Worth #1.25. 7Q*� July Sale .............. f �/C CHILDREN'S DRESSES. In strung repp cloth. Colors eopen-liu!;.'ii, pink anil linen. Prettily made. Worth $i.f>0. QQ July Kale .............. OUC CHILDREN'S ROMPERS. In different colored prints, ti mos. to li years. Regular 7Iic. QA July Sale ............. Ji/C Men's and Boys' Clothing Requisites at July Sale Prices MEN'S FINE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Made of cliamhrays, crepes and flannel, with suit collnrs. Regular ?l.,"ti. 1 1Q July Hale ............................................... JL.157 MEN'S FINE LEATHER BELTS. In black, grey and tan. C(kn Regular 7f>c. July Sale ................................... it&C MEN'S FINE MOIRE SILK TIES. Large shape In colors, brown, green, blue, reds, etc. Regular $1.00. n M _ July Sale ............................................... I1C MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT WOOL UNDERWEAR. Color Aft grey. Two-piece suit. Regular $1.25. July Sale ............. �/OC BOYS' BLOOMER PANTS. Blade in tweeds and worsteds. 1 Oft Sizes to 33. Regular ?1.75. July Sale ...................... 1*��9 FURNISHINGS for the HOME 4.99 ^BudsoiVs Bay fcpany. MANY ATTRACTIVE PRICE CONCESSIONS DURING JULY SALE. A SALE OF SEALERS TAPESTRY RUGS. 10 only. In PERFECT SEAL JARS. Per dor. fine totality Engli�h make. Seam-Pint size. Regular $1.15. QQ less. Size 4V�x 6 feet. C ft|* July Sale .............. �70C Reg.:j7.:t5. Extra Special 0�%*0 Quart size. Regular  OQ PRINTED LINOLEUMS. Finest $1.45. July Sale........ Scotch maitc, 2 yards wide. Half Gallon. Regular * �Q Julv Sale, running 1 CC $1.85. July Sale........ lcUSI yar,[ ........... ...... STONE CROCKS. For putting Ts is le8a than present up eggs and butter, with lids  wholesale cost. complete. PASSAGE LINOLEUM. 3G in. 2 gallon size, PA wido. Greek key border design. Each ................. �J*fC Brown only. Regular 95c. 'J Eg, 4 gallon size. IftC -My Sale, yard.........JOC Each ............... I.UJ CURTAIN BOOK SPOT MUS- 3 gallon size. rjft LIN. .",� inches wide. f Q Each ................ 4 "C July Sale, yard......... lift. 5 gallon size. | on The same, 4S inches OC _ Each ............... L*itU wide. July Sale, yard .. faJt MILADI PHONE 1224- IB Mr. and Mrs. Ferey Forster" are iu Medicine Hat for tho stampede. *  � Mrs. II. L. Ripley and son Willie leave today to spend the summer in Ottawa.   � Mrs. W. F. Nelson and daughter Christine are In Calgary for a fow days.   * 'Mombers of the Eastern Star are asked to moot for sewing., tomorrow afternoon at the Rod Cross rooms. *   C. S. Farrow, of Lethhrldge, who has been attending the Christian convention, is remaining to spend a. day at the Edmonton fair.-Edmonton Bulletin. * *  ' Mr. and Mrs. Foter Lund announce the engagement of their daughter, Edith Elizabeth, to Mr. A. J. Loamy, of New Westminster, the marriage to take place this wcok in Calgary.  * � Mr. and Mrs. Leo.M. Coombs who �wore recently married at Salt Lake City are spending a fow days in the city on their way to spend a month at Watorton Lakqs. , Mrs. N. Austin, of Medicine Hat, formorly residing in Lothbridgo with her son, O. D. Austin, has boon (tailed this week to San Diego, Cnl., to be with her daughtor, who is residing in California for tiro benefit of her health. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Jones, who have been visiting hero for the past several woekB, 'left Monday for their homo in Carman, Man, Thoy aro driving with their son, B. Ward Jones, to Lethbridgo, and thenco to Medicine Hat, where they will take tho train homo.-Calgary News-Tologram.  �  The rosldents of Diamond City never miss an opportunity of helping a worthy causo like tho Canadian Patriotic fund. On June 20th a dance was arranged and given under the auspices of tho I.O.O.F. lodge with the rouult that $70,00 was realized. The penses in connection with it amount-ex to $34 and the balance of $42.00 has been handed by Mr. W. H. Mcll-roy to the treasurer of the.Canadian patriotic Fund at Lothbridgo, Mrs. A. M. Marshall and children leave today to spend the summer at Vancouver.    Mr, H. Gray is in Edmonton examining papers. Mrs. Gray has gone to the coast for a fow weeks.  *  Mrs. W. L. McKenzlo and children leave this afternoon to spend the summer at Vancouver.  * * Tho Joy Bolls Mission Circle of tho United Church will meet tonight at 7.30 in tho church parlor for tho purpose of reorganization. All the young girls, 13 yen is up, of the congregation, are invited.    Tho Indies' society of the B. of L. F. & E. will meet tomorrow afternoon for Red Cross sowing with Mrs. Ward-man, 612 lath St. A. north. All mombers are asked to attend.     Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Groenway nnd granddaughter Ina, who have been spending a fow weeks in the city with their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Lovorlng, loft yesterday afternoon to visit relatives in Saskatchewan and Manitoba en route to their homo in Mariposa, Ont.  * * The regular monthly meeting of the Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E. will bo hold on Friday afternoon at 3.30 at "Rlverviow," the homo of tho vldo-rogent, Mrs. Conyboare. After the business meeting all members, both old and now are cordially invited to stay till 8.30 and sew on the hospital supplies 'that tho chapter is sending to France. A plcnlo tea will bo served under the trees.  * * The mooting hold on Tuesday evening, of tho Young Poople's Bible class of tho United church was a groat success with Mr. 11. Johnston as chairman. Ovor thirty mombers met and elected tho following ofllcors: Rev. E. J. Hodgins, hon. president; Mrs. Hodgins, leader; Mr. Harold Gray, president; Mrs, K. Clayton, vice-prosidont; Mr. Nigel Hall, secretary; Mr. It. 1 Initio, treasurer. After the election of olllcers the meeting was loft in the hands of tho local committee and a very enjoyable time was spent. PEOPLE Toronto, July 12.-A motion before Mr. Justlco Sutherland this morning to restrain R. C. Horner acting as "bishop" of the Holiness Movement in Canada, was enlarged for a week, Horner's counsel saying that in tho meantimo his client will not act in any way. "Bishop" Horner is holding a camp meeting somewhere in Alberta. He was deposed by the goneral conference of the Holiness people In 19X6, but the annual conference of the Ottawa district decreed a reversal of this action of the General conference, Fix Price of Wheat in U. S Chicago, July 12.-Tho fixing of a maximum price of $1.28 per busiiol for the December (1917) and the May (1918) options for corn was resa:ded by members of the Chicago bo.i '.1 of trade today as practically putting a stop to speculation In the new crop of that grain. The board of directory who met after tho closo of the market yester- day made no formal announcement of the reason for the action, nut an official of the board paid tho establishment of a maximum price for December and later options seemod necessary to bring trading conditions into harmony wtlh. the government's policy of preventing undue speculation and unwarranted high vricea to consumers. SENATE DISCUSSES ION TRADE Ottawa, July 11.-In the senate today, Sir Frederick Nichols secured adoption of a resolution declaring it "expedient that tlto senate appoint a committee to iwiuiro into and report upon tho beat methods of conserving and increasing our.domestic and over seas trade to the end that our present prosperity may not unduly suffer when tho stimulus resulting from orders for niuntilons and other war supplies is relaxed." Senators Benubier, Edwards, McLennan, Dandurand, Gilmore, Sir Fred-crick Nichols and Senator Richardson were mimed as tho committee. The supply bill of the government was adopted and it was announced that assent would bo glvon tomorrow. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of a resolution passed in, Council on the 9th day of July A.D. 1917, tho Council of tho City of Leth-bridgo propose to undertake as a Local Improvement to be paid for by way of a special frontuge assessment, to bo imposed on all property fronting on or lying along Thirteenth  (13) street, between Third avenue south and Sixth avenue north, the paying of tho said Thirteenth street. The course and limit of thq said Local Improvement to bo Thirteenth street front U10 south side of Third avenue south to the south side of Sixth nvonue north, tho said Thirteenth street boing' known as Westminster road, according to maps or plans of the City of Lethbridge of record in the Land Titles Office tor the South Alberta Land Registration District, as Lethbridge 4353-S, 025X3, 406-R and 902-F. All porsons concerned are hereby notified that unless the majority of the owners of tho land affected rep-seutlng at least one-third of the valuo thereof, petition the council ngalnst same within two weeks after the last publication of this notice, which will bo on the 19th day of July A.D. 1917, such work will be proceeded with, and tho cost nssesaed against, the property affected, as provided by the bylaw In that bohnlj. Dated this 12th. day of July A.D. 1917. � DONALD A. DUFF, Ad. G. City Clerk. II OF High Class Talking Machines HADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. BUILDING-TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY, Next, JULY 13 AT 2.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from a merchant to sell by Public Auction and Absolutely Without Reserve the Balance of his stock of � i- � Cabinet Hornless Talking Machines These machines are brand now goods, aro fully guarantood, .will play any record, are equipped with higlK grade motors, and handsomely finished in mahogany. Worth from $40.00 to $75.00. Call in at the Auction Rooms and hear them play. A careful inspection iainvltod. Send in your old machine for sale and lot tho pj-ocoode ROOM 8 TERMSbA8H Y' Sylvan La"ko, July 11.-Boys from Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Cam-rose, I'onoka, Red Deer, Crossfleld, Glelclien and Yotmgstown, are in attendance at tho Older Boys Training Camp which is in sossion here this week on tho Y, M. C. A. camp site. The boys are studying the standard efficiency tests and discussing ways and means of organizing tho boys of tho provinco in such a manner that they will bo trained to carry on the work left behind by the men who have gono to the front. A faculty of leading workers with boys in Alberta are conducting tho school. The camp itself is one of the largest over held at Sylvan Lake, 11 tents in addition to the club house being erected on the s[te and it will be followed by the regular Calgary Y.M.C. A. boys camp at which a large attendance of youngsters la expected. -.-r- Political grafters have the ancient alchemists beaten a Mock, when it comes to turning brass Into gold. IJVlillUll (O.WMtCUi OGIHI 111 JUUI Will 1I1UV.U1IIO lut nmu l.ui* �vjv icoode avnJr on purchase of one of these beautiful instruments. OM8 OPEN ONTHUR8DAY EVENING 7,30 TO 9.30 FOR VIEW PHONES 770-469 178-2 WE WANT TO DO YOUR REPAIRING.-WE WILL DO IT RIGHT ' ANO THE PRICE WILL BE REASONABLE-WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE-GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS AND KNOW HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL. STAY. ' FIXED.-WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF JEWELRY, 81LVERWARE AND OPTICAL GOODS, AND WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU WHAT YOU WANT-WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES. ARMSTRONG & RAWORTH .FIFTH 8TBEET SOUTH 78 3953 02701968 ;