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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 m SATUI\DAY, JULY V.i, 19t8 THE LKIIIBRIDGE DAILY HEHALD PAGE ELEVEN 4t. � > .;. .> c. : * *? ? ? ? : > ? ? : ? o '> PERSONAL : : : ? : ? Mrs. A. MacLeod and daughtter are visiting in Millet. *   Mrs. N. T. Beeinah and son have gone to visit near Magrath. Mrs. B. A. Mitchell. GOG Gth Avenue north, has left for the coast. m m m Mrs. A. A. Stewart and child left this afternoon to return to their homo in Suffleld. � * * Mrs. J. D. Higinbothnm loft yesterday to visit relatives in Guelph and Montreal. *  * Mrs. Chas. McKillop left yesterday afternoon to visit her daughter, Mrs. James McCaig, in Edmonton. bolham left yesterday afternoon lo visit their aunt:, Mrs, Ed. lllglnboth- am in Edmonton. �  . Master Edgar Held, son ot Mr. Ar-'thur Iloid, formerly of Lethbridge, Is sluk with heart trodhlc in the hospital at Vancouver. �   Mrs. N. W. Allen and little daughter ot Weyburn. Sask., who have been tho guests ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jonos, loft yesterday to visit in Edmonton  % m Miss MacDonald of the Standard Dank left this afternoon for Calgary, where she has been transferred to tho olllce of the Supervisor for that bank. Mrs. Praaer and her two little boya who have been visiting at tho coast tor a few weeks, arrived in tho city recently and will spend a short tlmo hero as guests of Mrs. Fraser's sisters, the Misses Mclicay, before returning home lo Lacombo.    i' c : �  : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : : > The Aquatic club are holding a picnic, followed by a dance at the boat house on Monday evening next. All members and their friends are welcome. a �  IMrs. Rosowarn and Mrs. Steven's sections of tho Rohekobs will meet with the exocullvc on the cast side ot Gait Gardens at 8 o'clock on Mnoday nipht.   * Owing to tho tact that so many of the girls and leaders aro out of the city there will not be a meeting of the C .G. I. T., during July at the Y.M.C.A.  * " Members of Maple Loaf � Chapter No 7. 0. B. S. and Coaldalo Chapter No. 15 O.B.S., with their families will hold their annual picnic (DV) on Tuesday, July 16, at the Experimental Farm. Autos will leave the Masonic hall at i:00 p.m. A:iy members who can provide autoa to convoy the party out kindly phone 142G. Each family is asked to bring a basket containing broad and butter and bread substitutes, salad and pie, with.a plate, cup and fork tor each member of their family who aro coming. Visiting members cordially invited. Cars will leave the Masonic hall at 6.15 for those who cannot leave business earlier. �  The following is the full result ot ladies golf competition after llrst two playing oft tie: ' v Han-Score, dioap. Tot�l meeting and all members nro asked to bo present.  B  Tr.n following letters have been ro-colved by the Secretary Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. U. E.: Juno 14, 1918. Dear Friends: Thanks so much tor your parcel received by mo today containing mx pairs ot aocka. I cannot say how much I appreciate them for 1 would bo lining qultu a few sheets ot paper to do so. hut you all are very gooil to think of me. and also the rest of the boya from your district. The people of Lethbridge always wore the best and thoy are surely keeping up the good work during the war and 1 always feel .proud lo belong to the district. My address at present is Canadian Corps Troops M. T. Co'y, U. E. F., France. I am keeping in first class hoaltli and good spirits although 1 have now been away from my family for two yearSY and eight months and have put in .some very hard and nerve racking experiences. . Thanking you all once again, I hm, always. Yours vorv respectfully, PTE. A. L. IIOER (.^02570): * �  Whitley Camp, England, June 6th, 1918. Dear Madam: Your kind letter ot April 27 received, also tlie parcel containing box and comforts; the contents of same being very niucli appreciated b.v- the Lethbridge boys, ot whom there arc; six in Iho casualty battery. A good many ot the "8 Depot Battery as you know have been killed in action, but those who are loft will do our best to carry the good work on. Thanking you again for your kindness, I remain, Vorv truly yours, L. L. PHILLIPS, "C" Battery, C.R.F.A., Wltley, Surrey. Miss Margery Powell ot Tabor is spending the week-end visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Crawford Miss Cow ......... GO Miss Ninimons..... 75 Mrs. (Dr.) Craig ... fi4 Miss Smith....... 83 30 9 18 4 22 48 51 5!) GO CI special Misses Mary and Tho G. I. A. will hold meeting at Henderson Lake on Tuesday evening at seven o'clock. Ro-Murlel Higin- froshments will bo .-served after the E-^ery ManWko En]02[)s Goo and isn't getting it at Kome ought to,take metttccs into lus ovn hands, and write for our booklet:- "Perfect Coffee ^ Perfectly, Made" We moil it free to e^er^ tram (bnd Woman^ too) fjho uppreciates a deli-cjouj cup of cofl-ee, Write today for your coprj.  CHASE 5 SANBORN - MONTREAL .Blend*"VijdUoastcrjof "5��1 Brmnd" Coffee �"�IlllllllWilH-B Bis masters m^* Our Victor Record ^u�ness is going good^^ ;The stock is in good shape-a very fine assortment" SOME OF THESE MAY FIT YOUR FANCY: �(. � ^ ' , , - � 17143 f Sweetest Story Ever Told .............. Neapolitan Trio,' Simple Confosalon (Vollln, Flute, Harp).,. ;^ Neapolitan Trio 17309 (Asleep in the Deep--------..........',Gloh Rocked In tho Cradlo of tho Deep .............. Glen 17710 f Kohala March (Hawaiian Guitars)............. Lua-Kaill I Honolulu March (Hawaiian Guitars) .............Lua-Kaljl , 18461 j Daddy Mine.......'..........................---- Spencor ( Throo Wondorful Lettora from Home ............. Sponcor 31B03 Coronation March (Meyerbeer)............. Pryor's Baud 00135 My Skylark Love ............................... Romalno 04121 I Hoar You Calling Me........................ McCormacU 70117 Tho Laddies Who Fought and .Won................ Lauder ' 74563 Ave Maria (Schubert) ............................ Holtet?; 8S692 Danny Boy.............................. Schumaun-HolnU CALL AROUND. YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE. GERHARD-HEINTZMAN PIANOS AND PHONOQRAPHa NEXT DOOR TO ORPHEUM THEATRB ? ? : SUGARLESS RECIPES : ? ^ ff'>* tew minutes. Beat the mixture until soft and croamy and spread over tho caUe. Boiled Maple Frosting ' One pound maple sugar broken into pieces, half cup water, whites of two OBBS.. Method: Boil the sugar and water until a little of the syrup dropped into cold water lorma a soft ball. Pour over the stiffly beaten whites and boat until It thiqkdns. Syrup Frosting Boll halt cup corn syrup until a tow drops will form a soft hall In cold water. Pour over a stiffly beateu egg white and boat' until it thickens. Maple syrup may be boiled to the firm sqtt-jjall stage, beaton until It ihickpna and poured over a cake or spread In a buttered tin and cut into squares for candy. .   �>  DAUGHTERS OF EMPIRE � > �?:: �: : : : �*> It was glvo'n nut in'Toronto hy tho national president, Mrs. A. p. Oooder-ham, that tho Imperial, Ordor Daugh-torn of the F.mplre had � severed its aftlllatlons with the Nation.il Council of Women, (ha decision having boon mado at a raeetUig ot tho executive Wednoejday. . Tho matter came up at the lato an-nuiU meeting of tho I.O.D.tl, when a reaolntltm was brought -Iri which do-1 olai'cdthat uiileea the National Coail-' oil of Wqmprt olflqlally Bovorod with Gornsany,- Austria-"and Bulgaria, that tho I.O.D.E. of Canada would seyer at-: tlllat|ott with tho council.,, > : . Half Price IN Parasols Parasols In all shades and colors -the best make-which Is the "Brophy" make. All to go at half price. From as high as $15.00 for $7.50 down to $1.00 for 50c. HALF PRICE DAY AT THE BAY ON MONDAY So many linos of merchandise am listed tor Monday's .Selling HALF PRICE that the above heading more nearly apjiroaches its true description than any other possibly could. "HALF PRICE" convoyf! its own meaning with sufficient clarity to dispense with any elaboration on our part. Half Price IN HALF PRICE AT the: NOTIONS COUNTER Invisible Fringe Nets. All shades. Regular 6 for 2,"i, at OCj. 12 for .................... LOK, Coverall Human Hair Nets. Regular 2 for 25c, at. ^CJo 4 for .................... itDC Lady Madcaps. Extra large size. Jiegular 2 for .'ii-. at p 4 tor ..................... 3C 100 Jap Hand Br.gs. Uegu'.ar r 15c, at,'each................ 3C 50 Yards Only Shantung Silk. Regular ?1.25, at. yard ...................... OJC 39 Yards Only Shantung Silk. Regular 51.00, at J.Or yard ...................... *i�IC 3 Dozen Only, Turkish Tov/els, Large Size. Selling at 90c 4Q_ pair. At, pair '.............. rffHC (First como. first served with these. Only 3 dozen to sell.) Ladles' White Canvas Boots with Cuban heels, short vampa and 9 inch tops, iias Imitation toe cap.s. Regular ?-l.OO, o qq for ............... ...... i^�t7�/ ' Ladies' Oxfords. Eithe,r l>lack or tan; w'ltli a military heel and a most up-to-date last. Reg- o QA ular ?5.00, tor ........... Ladies' House Slippers, with one strap and low heels. Wide fitting and very comfortable. Sizes i aq 2'/s to 4. .Special ........ Men's Work Boots of tan "Urus" calf, and Idack elk. Has standard screw waterproof soles. The best work boot on the market, j jq Regular .?G.50, for ........ Men's .T.in Prospector's Boots. Made of extra good quality Elk. Has 15 inch leg and waterproof soles. Sizes C, 6^, 10, lO'/i n OA and 11. To Clear ........ i ^Lo WORTH DOUBLE )Giais Boys' Suits in tweeds and worst eds nnd a wide range of patterns and colorings. In Norfolk and Plnchhack models. Regular El /IQ) value $8.50. Special ..... Boys School Shirts In grey and butcher hhic. Fast colors. Regular fl.OO. Special ..... /IJ'C Boys' Shirt Waists in a bewildering array ot patterns and colors. Regular 85c. /jjt* Special ................... OofC- Boys' Wash Suits. Fast colors and a .wide range to select from. Regular ?2.00 up. � Special, up............... ALL MEN'S AND BOYS' STRAW HATS TO BE CLEARED AT HALF PRICE From 8.30 to 10 LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS AND SLIPPERS With low or high heels. Extra good quality. Sizes 2',4, 3, 3',i,4, OVj and 7. Speclol to Clear, $2.19 NO PHONE OR CO.D. ORDERS FOR THESE SPECIALS. i Ladies' Wear Ladies' Fancy Summer Dresses in plaid, ginghams, voiles and fancy muslins. All going ut , HALF PRICE Ladies' Cloth and Silk Coats In overy slzo and color. All going at HALF PRICE Ladies' Cloth Suits in well assorted colors, hut only a few left. All going at ; HALF PRICE Ladies' House Dresses in useful dark colors. Sizes to 45. All going From 10 to 12 DINNER PLATES 25 dozen Dinner Plates, heavy hotel ware, stamped (small) "Empire Hotel." A plate for everyday use. Very strong. $1.50 per doz. NO PHONE OR CO.D. FOR THIS SPECIAL, Prom 12 to 2 LADIES' BLACK SILK BOOT HOSE 100 dozen ot these iu sizes from 8',^ to'10. 5 pairs for $1.00 Some of these have slight faults, but nothing to detract from the .wear and appearance generally. NO PHONE OR CO.D. FOR THIS SPECIAL. From 2 to 4 A GREAT SHIRT SNAP MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS with stiff cuffs. Made of fast color English prints in a beautiful range of stripes. All skes and usually sold at $1.50. TWO HOURS ONLY 3 for $3.00 NO PHONE OR CO.D. FOR THIS SPECIAL. From 4 to 6 THE REMAINDER OF THOSE BEAUTIFUL SILK SKIRTS in tho novelty stripes and also in plain colors. Worth $20.00 and $20.00 will be sold during tho two hours for $7.49 NO PHONE OR CO.D. FOR THIS SPECIAL. Important Announwnt WATCH CAREFULLY Cut Tiiese Specials Out and save the cutting for reference on Monday. You might mislay tho paper over the week end. They Have Been Specially Thought Out for Monday's SeUing, and will provo ot great profit and saving for you. So "CUT It OUT" at HALF PRICE A Big Line of Corsets in D. & A., Royal Worcester makes, in sizes up to 34, to go at $2.49. HALF PRICE Children's Coats in taffeta, serge and covert cloth. All sizes. All going at . -. HALF PRICE I Children's and infants' Hats and Bonnets, All sizes and colors. In straw, muslin and pique. AU going HALF PRICE ChildreVi's Wash Dresses In sizes 2 to 17 years. Any color you want in ginghams, chambrays and voiles. All going at HALF PRICE Watch Honday's Herald IT WILL CONTAIN AN EXCEEDINGLY Furnishing Specials WINDOW BLINDS 3 dozen Green Opaque Window Blinds with good spring rollers. , Regular 9Gc. flO*. Extra Special .-............ UUC LINOLEUM 150 square yards of New Process Linoleum. 2 yards wide. Regular $2.50 lineal yard. Special OC_ square yard .............. OOC � CUSHIONS Well filled and covered with fancy floral cretonne. 14 only to sell, In two different slaes. i| 4 _ Special, each.............. *l1Cv. CUPS AND SAUCERS Semi-Porcelain In throe different designs. Plain white, white, wlth^, deep blue b^nd, and white ' with' narrow blue band. Begular $2.75 dozen. Special . il' 70 dozen ..........:....... Grocery . Specials 1^ Kelloaa'a Rice Flakes. Large pa;;:1c-ets. Sale i Price , Q K i�  3 packets ................. Larxje Packets Bull Dog Amwionla. Salo Price, ."OC- 3 pojcketB................j|XuC^ 5 lb. tins Corn Syrup. Edwardbburg. Sale Price, .....' itt?i ^ per tin.....................'.allC Finest leing Sugar, also barjfisugar. i sale Price, -25^ 50c 2 lbs.....................,ii Royal Crown Soap. Sale Price, 10 bars ......,..... Large 5 lb. tins Eggo Baking Povid-er. Sale .1 fi; Price.................4...:'^1.4�) 6 lb. tins Finest Prunes. Sale Price .......s,^ 10 lbs. Granulated B.^C. Sugar. Sale Price V..^... Kellogg's Corn Fiakps. Sale |' AA Price, 10 pkts. .....leUU 4 lb. pails Raspberry Jam Wagstaffes. Sale Pr(^e ... 1.10 85c ;