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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JULY 16; 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEUAtD PAGE SEVEN THE LADIES' STORE PJNDC453 Acafa Block Bargains Of An Unusual Character Tjie Mid Summer Sale A'Mortini'nti' the blgaett within' your all of the highest standard of'quality, and prices the [lowo.1 you wW meet with anywhere In this city. TURKISH TOWELS; large HOSIERY SALE; 35 and" 43. vahies In. flue .colors Hoys' :htfavy leg; also'iladles' In Dlack. while- and d Bargain 25c NEWEST. Voiles -and CrepeS; just to month; sizes .tip' to Mi heavy brown. white and 'Ex. Special, ca. 25C WIDE SILK RIBBON; api'uli- NEWEST DRESSES; IQ weight taffeta in a full rannc of colors, ri to 0 inches wide. i'lip values up while voiles also plain colors and llor-al designs' in voiles, serges, Voiles, etc., in 'Value gQC etc., sixes up to of (hi; Sat. Bargain COTTON; 12 ins! fine iV-ji- fcW 'host for underwear. SUNSHAbES; latest lies in Dome, Hell and regular shapes, plain colors fancies. Sat. Bargain BAGS; beautiful bags 111 the 'strongest and best shaped frames, black and fill Specials 36 INCH NAINSOOK; lovely LONG SILK GLOVES; qtiaiily, perfectly mire lin-islr, free from dressing. ara Maid brand, white, tan, grey, sky and plnlc, Special 15C weight, double lippGil, SALE, an extra and 11.50. Sat. Bargain' gowns, underskirts, corset covers, Princess Slips, DAMASK, regular qiiality, -ins. splendid full bleached. CORSETS; all our high models up to included Specialise one sale lot. Sat, Bargain SUITS AND the'bal--.ance of this season's stock, GOODS; crepes, lin- UNION SUITS; fine colors and. sizes. voiles, etc.. in a great variety of jiliiiii (Colors, stripes ft. lisle goods, short sleeves or sleeveless, worth up to designs, worth up to 50c. Saturday Bargain Letter to the Ladies of Letlkidge- DEAR Owing to the splendid support accorded to us since we have been in business in Lethbridge, it has become impera- tive for us to OPEN UP ANOTHER STORE. We have se- cured the one on SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH, lately .occupied by W. Thompson, and both at'that address, and at our Old Stand on NINTH AVENUE SOUTH, Duff Addition, we shall endeavor at ail times by courtesy, prompt delivery ;and the highest class goods, to merit your continueaipatronage. We are now enabled to cater to the wants of all residents in the radius of our Stores. We can sell cheaper than others be- cause our are lower in this district than down town stores. We receive FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, every day and sell .these at Lowest Market Prices. .We have a reputation for fair dealing wnich we shall always erideavor to maintain. Give us trial order. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, Central Cash Grocery PHONE 657. Yltft! .Gladys .McKclvlu of Oilsary sji'iiiidiiij; ibe liolldays willi Miss .McKolvlft, iilslith streiil. S. .1. Shopheril, who lius Insen snt'- ferliig from lumbiiKo fur some time, wii'nt.'to. Banff, yeslordiiy. Thuro will be- no practice of the Wesley church I'hoir tills A fill'! choir Is desired at lliu morn- ing service on Sunday. The three youngest .children of Mrs F. L. Ham.noml arrivi'd, with tholr nurse, from Ktisland, recently, .ro at the. borne of their grand- parents, Major and Mrs. liurneU. Ladies' Orans'1 LmlRf "1: lioiliing an rn'an. sm-ial on the lawn of (irccn (iablrs the post ofllcc, on cveninn icxt, July 21-( _ The Ucsley Oinvanl Hilili' class will not meet ut 3 ii'clwk in the afier- luiun as usual next Suml.-iy, hul will nicst in the mornins at o'clock. .Mrs. Davidson anil children are 'here from Kee'.valin, Ontario, on a visit tii her mollirr. Mrs. Alrx. -Knox, ijth AVL'. solltii, .Miss .Ertol. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hreinur of 'Winnipeg, who havt- been visiting '.with their uncle, Mr. P.culer, for -Calgary this Tlie engagement is announced at .Granhrook, of Marjory Sophia, the youngest daugbtcr of tlie late Rev. j-lenrv Banwcll. to Howard Gordon, 'est son of iMr. T. T. Mecredy of Cranbrook. The will lake at Cranbrook on Saturday, .Inly iai. ir A very enjoyable aiternnnn was spent vesCtrdni U l> qu uitine sta- tion, when Mrs: Dickie entertained nt :a'garden parly in honor (if bcr. niotli- er-in-iaw, lira. Dickie, and sister-in- law Miss Dickie, of Utlibriilge. The auestb ueie Miss anil Jlrs. Taylor of LiMlibriilgo, Mrs. and Miss Planket of Kdmunton, and Mrs. jjr. Watson, 'and .Mrs. Lewis from quir int lie Those members of- Maple Leaf Chapter, O.E.S., who inteiul .visiting Coaltlale on Tuesday next, the 20th, ,irt tociuested lo communicate with London, June 10. Ihe German or jir; D. A. Simp- fampaign n the Ku slan Haltic wno are a.' committee on trans- inces seems to be gaming fout Her-j portation for 'this occasion The 1m iimoinicinc todiv tint f enmn nierabeis of Coaldalc Chinter b extended (be invitation to include the troops have crossed the VMnrtau, .nnsbaucls ot M lne members of in their cast, f Mapie Lp-if Cnjtptci The transport inarch. Further advances -by ation must be air.iuged for bv Mon German forces are reported i and, north of U'arsavv. The official statement records progress south-east of Kolono and south of Pol- day, at the Przasnysz where their troops are re- ported to he lighting victoriously The latest Russian statement de: elares the German attacks in this region were repulsed Local Talent to Entertain For Patriotic Cause Instruction School for Medical Officers Dentists Offer Services Free ,0ne oi the features of the suhool board meolmt last night fie re- port ot the dentists ol (he citi orer- m' to uive their services free to at tend (o the teeth of children whose parents are unable to pav Lverv child who Ins deicctove teeth will be looked alter The dentists olTered B hours i WCCK to thn One and >ne- b'alf hours a week" from each dentist in the cil) 1 avlor also offered tb look after tne tonsils of l.ke chi'- dren The board instructed the bee retar) to to the dentists and Dr 1 avlor evpressing their appreci- ation of their offer, and to purchase th necessaw materials .lenders for the kalsomming of the schools were opened and the contract awarded to Wellington Bros. Ihc financial statement of (he sec- retarj was lead and rjMiorts of committees were read and ,nuu adopted h> the board Ihn resipia- ization Camp, Sarcec Reserve ou Mis" Hodgl nb was accepted Ubcrta The Herald' lias been advised lha' a school of inbtiuction is about to he held m the camp at Galgan, Ufa; lor atnn jncdica! corps officers.- All medical- practition- ers ulio are registcied ifi the prov- ince of Alberta are entitled to he ap- pointed .to the Canadian army, medi- cal corps and after appointment arc eligible to attend this course. Offic- ers attending the course Avill draw pav at the rate of (Id dav s held allowance of 60c per da) dur niK the period of the course ihev will atlachcd to the field ambit lance depot at mobilization camp 1 he course w ill cotrmence Lethbridge will have the opporrun- y of enjoying a real dramatic treat on -Monday, August. 9, ,Ma.les tic Theatre, when two local. and three local gentlemen offnckn'pw'- ledsed .talents will soflesi of three sketches 1 be plumose of these ladies and gentlemen to con- tribute histrionic gifts to pat- riotic and charitable canses, and they have offered their services to the .Al- exander-Gait Chapter of. the'Daugh ters ot tne t-mpire and tne Vlrsjng whose ailspice's'the .eii- wiR -be held. The first of (be. three sketches to be given on the evening of Monday August 0 is one. that a ,ketlibndge audience has greatl> enjoyed before (hat is "A Sister ito a corned) In one in w Inch Air Lion el Asqwth appears as Mis Maj a il ambit uurse and Mr Frsnk mgtoll Mrs McMoll.. her ,land- about the first week in last for 12 dajs August and applicants should communicate the Camp Commindant Mobil Clearing Out All Millinery Stock for Balance of Season All Trimmed Hats from 75c to 10 per cent. Off Outing Hats Lethbridge Millinery Co. L. A. 9COTT, MANAGER 514 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 457 The new sketch will be "Packing Jp a faicc m one act, bv Harrj Gratton "Mi Riehaid Hindis ap pears as Mr Chngwater Lionel luith as Mrs Chugwate11 a'U Air Lionel 'Aiguith as a baggage man, The rinal sketch will be r'That Brute a play in one act, adapted fiom All Moirison's story in "Tales.of Mean first performed a( (he New I beatre, Lon don, England Air Hindis will take the palt ot Thomdb Simmons "r Frank will represent Mrs. Simmons, and Air. AsquKll, Bob Ford. The musical programme will be jm- dei the dnection of ilrs Tranlv Wad dington. Citizens shoiild reserve the evening of Vugnst 9 for this entertainment The entire proceeds go to the Daugh- ters of tbe Kmmre, the Red and (he Nursing Mission Nelson Moms of 111 Hall btnet, is tutor! iiping hib three sisters Mis J II Mann and Mrs I D Alann ol Grand Rapids Alien and Mis C-Tenrae Wi'kct oi Blenheim Ont Alis fl U Vorns 01 Letb bridge is also of the paitj Ihev are on their to (he coibt where will pal i vibit (o the fansmi -irus tion anil continue south as lar li Sai Diego tal retuinuii, to the last hs wa) 01 Ubuqiierqne AI ind Kansib f itv Ibis is- the first oppoitumti Mi Morris lias had (.1 seeing his blbteis 101 17 vears The regnlir meeting ol the Ueviii der Gall. Chaptei was held lestfiiH} al'ternoon in the Y.5I.C.A., with an attendant e of W members, (be I'e irenf Robm'on, in (lie thin. Foilr signed is new memberb buna; ing'tbt! numbcl on the loll lo 131 Mi Mr and Air will on Vug 'Ith put on three letches in the MijcstK. (he- for the benefit of the Daughters of the 1 mpite ind the NuiMng Mis- sion. A' very favorable report was given b) Airs Downer of the Hudson s Ba> lea room, winch the chapter bail charge of, even I afternoon iMiss Havvden reported that her1 committee w is sending each v bundles ot pipers magazines -_ liospitals, where Cana- dians tare invalided, flie Ueasurei reported that since wal was de-laied last the chapifi ha nispd 83'l dC ail of, which lias been uaed for; patriotic and relrf woil POINTING OUT THE WAY TO TRUE ECONOMY Greatly Reduced Prices Here On Many Lines Of Merchandise Clciiriiig out numerous odd und broken Qnalily Firs! goods; al prices wiiich in iriiiny are but ii I'rarlioii of their original jiriciiiff- Sliop tit tlie Buy. 3.Oil OXFORD S. i TAN. ALL HIGH (jitADK QUALITIES; I'KK.JIAIR .MKN'S OX FORD a. S.MA-HT PATENT LKATI1BR SIZK8 ff1 QC I CIIILimKN'3 52.00 LINES IN NEAT FOOTWEAR, BLACK, llBD AND PI-JR PAIR ___ L BOOTS, BLU- CIIKR AND BUTTON, IN TAN OR QQr> PKR PAIR............ WWW FOOTWEAR, UI.UCHKH AND BUTTON. IN BLACK OR ff4 QC PKR PAIR' I -WW FLANNELETTE BLANKETS SIZK 72x90. BEOUL'AH HEAVY QUALITY; t4 JC PER PAIll I "S3 SPECIAL OOV.VTBR IN ff, DRY GOOD SECTION 3C HUDSON'S BAY SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR 98 LB. SACK CO OC FOR Assorted Jams. 4 imil...45c Navy Beans, 3lfc Ibs. for-----25c Rice, 4 IDS. for ............-25c Salmon. '.4-lb. can, 2 for....25c size'Salmon. H llolhrook's Pickles, reg. O. K. Sauce ...............25e Sifted Peas, per tin ........10c Beans, 3 tins ..............25c Tomatoes, tins ...........35c Symington's Pea Flour -----250 20 LB. SACK PURE CANE B. C. SUGAR- FDR New Potatoes. 10 ......25c Cabbayes. per' ppntid ........4c Oranges, per dozen..20c i 25c Kippered Herring, Fresh Herring. L' tins......23c Large Apples .........25c Bananas, per dozon ........20c 11 uars Sunlight Soap.....50c ;i Lux G Ivory-Soap ..............25c JAP FIBRE RUGS IN TAN, BLACK AMD (SREtSX, SIZE 27x 54, KEGIILAH SALK PRICF; RRWEN WINDOW SHADES, SKT IN'INSERTIONS. THREE DESIGNS, Cf1f> LOVI3LY SILKOL1NES, 'INCHES. WIDE IN PRETTY- DESIGNS, REOU- 1 9 1 LAR 20c ............I HAND PAINTED PrCTURBS, LANDSCAPES AND MAK1NK VIEWS, VERV ATTR'ACTIVE........IWV ART SATEEN IN LOVELY HOSE AND GREEN SHADES. Site AND 35c JJNES 4 M- SALE PRICE I.'t.V, CONGOIjEU.M FOR FLOORS Oil ROOF COVERINGS, EX- TRA HEAVY; fM -If PER ROLL........ I VELVET RUG-S, SIZE 18x36. GREENS. BLUBS, REDS AND TANS HEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT SUITS, GREYS AND TANS, FINE GRADE ILbl 8 ON QC SALE 91 iWW DOZEN JI.EN'S TIBS, PLAIN AND' FANCY. ALL, COLOHS HEPRE SI MID IN THIS BADE PRICE SIS "MODELS IN HEN'S SUITS- TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS, ALL N'fCEL-Y TAILORED, GOOD PATTERN'S MEN'S -SHIRT CLEARANCE, STIFF OR SOFT CUFFS, ALL GOOD .DESIGNS AND COLORINGS SALE PRICE 99c Extra Special in the Ready- To-Wear LADIES' WAISTS, LOVELY VOILES AND EMBROIDE.B-. ED SPECIAL 99c CORSET COVERS. -NICELY TRIMMED WITH EMBROID- ERY AND LACE, SPECIAL. 24c TINE CAMBRIC DRAWERS LAC1I f 1 RUM MED BVTRA OQft SPECUL tADIES-'.'VV-H I TB WASH 'SKlflTS. NE'AT STYLES. SPECIAL PRICE WASH DRESSES OF FAN- CY GOOD- QUAL ITYv NEAT STYLE SPECIAL You will find these Enticing Specials in the Dry Goods Dept. I.-L. Turkiih-Towe red stripe- Regular ling, brown and. Turkish.-Towels, 'pure -white; Size Per Pair fcUU Vardens, White and Sale Price Awning Ducks, green, 20c Silk Hair Ribbon, 4 Ini wide, all color." SH'EE'T MUSIC SPECIAL PRICES 10c-15c-20c Sheeting, inched regular 37c; Sale''Price 24c Children s nosiery, 1-1 ribbed, Sizes 5yz to -Per. .Pair Specia ,On 'mle Bargain Table in Dry 5c __ II _ NORTH THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY SOME OB OUR PRICES Leg of Mutton 20c ,l_oln of Mutton Leg Pork Pork Chopt of lacon iliced 25c 1401 FIFTH AVENUE OPEN EVERY DAY., ,s Fred Downer is TransportOfficer for Home Guards A ven mtiMesting ctieiuonv took phce it the home of Mr ind Mri Tied Doivnei 'was appointed as tunsport olhcer ft.r the home guilds at a meeting last night of the com ,____...... ____ "n, initlce ilccted to name officers Air Hornt, Mti 1-th street x1 last Downer have charge of the mot evcninc wlK-n Olne LmiK and Rich 01 cir end ol Ihe organization Chief ard Collins the inlant children Skellon, commander ii'-chicf announc- Alr and Alls were clmst-irs that the Ifst drill will be held on ened Rei d II Cobhledicl (veiling next week, probaWH ul tie (he ceremonv at> Ibe mounted police barracks, and a chusUninc suppei was served The all who have are rc- tabie was tisttiinh decoi ited with1 quested (o be on hand Tight men t'nion lacks and the laiqc clnisten- with previous militarv training have 1115 cake w ,is i conspicuous object selected to act as piov isional I'lpo Aiajor Iloin on bchall of the rolpoialb and assist m instruction Loihhritlgo Pipe band, presented -the on ptomodons io higher ranks -Children with a silver cup for, .the hoj mil a Inacelet for (In! girl 'Io All ind Mis whu en tin! band-? so delightfully Soine time ago, he presented a pipe and a silver tea setvice Ihe pirtv then adjotilnrd (n S! Aim s parish half, where fottv (Oiiples assembled for ,1 supper ind danct Alrb Stoll 'iirsuled al (he supper table Ah, SIC STATES PREPARED TO CALL LATEST PIECE OF. GERMAN BLUFF Washington, DC Jills The Unite.l States probabh will send with in anothei fortnight a renly to the note recently received from the Aus- trb-Hungarlan government, which contended the extensive shili mentot- war supplies from, this-.coull trj was not in consonance the definition of UnoEficlallj came todav that Turkej would follon Germany and Aiutrii in making, repreaentations on (bis subject and should a-note from the Ottoman government arrive offi' olals will delai the sending of theiru answers so as ainiultaheougty-.to 'in- form the Germanic allies of the un !M alterable view of the "United States arms shipments. New Brunsv- ick does not -perhiit bojs under 18 to drive autos m thei province. Main supplied exccPent dance mu- uli tne Molni VALDEZ, DESTROYED Vtlde7 Alaska, I ih Fire (o dnv the aectlon of Valae? rhe loss was The United States t-oops, fiom 1 aided In fighting the flames Uvna rnilo was used (o check the hie rain had fallen for weeks ind 'ooo'd of (he (mder. People's Forum To the Editor of the Herald: (he issue of "the Lelhbridge i elBHnm of this week is an advert is'ement In which aiiiiears the.name of I as a meinber of the ad- board M the Prohibition com mittee and which states tha( he is seoretarv of thp local Miners Union iTIus is inconect 01.1 secrelan t is Robert Peacock, No '4- and no) offjcei Ifarf a'n> right to sign (bins flertalning to tills union Vitbout consent. FRANK 1.AME8FBLD, j President. freUdent, YES TO VOTE FOR PROHIBITION VOTE FOR "THE LISUOR ACT' PUT YqUR CROSS ]in IN THE TOP OF THE SQUARE BEFORE THE WORD "YES" AS BELOW BALLOT 7 Question: Do you approve of the proposed Aft, "THE LKtrOB ACT I" YES NO Inued by tht Temperance and Meral Rtferm ;