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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TtTESDAY, JULY 16, 1013 THE LKTHBI\IDaii OA.LY MEIULD PAm NINE HOURS OF OUR AN EXPIRING EFFORT FROM OUR^ SHOE DEPARTMENT but It has a trcmomlouB KICK to it. LADIES' HIGH CUT BOOTS. Patent leather bottoms with clotli tops. A very dresay boot with Frencli heels. � Sizes 2% to 4%. Last Hours' -i aq I'rlcQ....................... l.Hil MEN'S SEMI DRESS BOOTS oC heavy or Ught weights. All afzos la stock. Last Hours' O qq Prlco �...................... 0�iJij GIRLS' BOX CALF BLUCHER BOOTS. Very strong and durable- will stand hard wear. This Is something extra special. Last Hours' Price SizeStolOVz...... $1.99 Size lHo2.....$2.19 BOYS' BOOTS. Made of heavy grain leather. Bluchor cut, with standard screw solos. Guaranteed waterproot. Last Hours' Price Sizes 11 to 13......$2.79 Sizes 1 to 51/2 ..... $2.99 BUY NOV/ FOR FUTURE NEEDS. YOU'LL PAY DOUBLE BY FALL, WHITE CAMBRIC Only 3 bolls ot this Pure White Cambric loft. It is full 3G inches wide. The last of a shipment at old time prico.s. Last Hours' Prlco 25c yard AN EXPIRING EFFORT FROM OUR FURNISHINGS DEPT. which will SWEEP AWAY all doubts, all doubts as to our exceptional values. 31 only, Hudson Carpet Sweepers A nice mahogany finish, and good hard wearing brush. Itogular price ?.3.G0, Last Hours Prlco 99c Sewing Machines $25.00 i 4 only, Sowing Machines with a lO-years' guarantee. When not In use the sewing head rests In a duiit proof case. AH nccesaary attachments are Included with this machine, iwhich has four side drawers. Usually retails at $45.00. New Process Linoleum 72 Inches wide In 3 different patterns. About 140 square yards to sell. Last Hours' Price, iet.�oNi> _ ^^.^^^^ You'll Pay Double by Fall. �> : : > : > ? > > .> .J .> .> .J '7 (Punch.) I was cheepln' on mo crutches out 'o Fleet street yesterday, Poelln' gay as any sparrow jest to bo about at last; I'd uuito forgot mo crippled foot, mo cares, as you might say. When over on tho Law Courts' side throe laughin' Fronchles passed. An' I haven't felt tho same again since those three Bluoys passed. VoT the houses all grew misty with 'a 'faint horizon-blue, While I tliought o' cornflowers peopin' from a blackened harvest land, With many n weary Frenchy fightln* whero those cornflowers'grow; An' I've got a kind ot liomosiolcnoss I cannot understand Since I saw those llttlo Blueys goln' laughin' down tho Strand. Oh, cottagoB with gapln' roots a-starln' at tho sky! Oh, ruined gardens on tho Soramo and trampled banks of Alsne! - ) ':.^are'e little loft tho Fronchles but � to beat the Bocho or dio M go hack to all wo hatod so, the 11 ilnolso, an' filth and pain, lost to help those cheery Blueys win.their little homos again! �  � ? ft' �>>? � , * : ? : TheG.I.A. will hold a specJiil meeting at Henderson Jjako tonjght at 7 o'clock. RefroshmontB will be sorveil. All members are asked to bo present. a  � The Next-ot-Kln and their families aro reminded ot the picnic tomorrow at Battery Point, Henderson Park. They are asked to meet at the Cgal-dalQ corner at 2 o'clock. �; ~ Members are asked to^Urlng baskets and cups. ' . ; Tho Daughters and Maids ot Bng-laod will luoettpnlgbtiat,8 o'clock In : > ? � SOCIAL EVENT*    Miss Miriam Sfoltro entortalned informally yesterday attornoon complimentary to her guest, Mrs. Prasor of Minneapolis. a yor6 present,^.., , . ^ , , t, .J .J .> : ? MUSIC EXAMS : > > * : 0 ? : * ? The following pupils of Mr! 11. McG. Young were succciiBful In passing the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams held in Lethbrldge, July 4:  Introductory piano, Walter Hyssop, honors. Elemeutary piano, Blanche Olander, pass; Myrllo Rose, honor.f. Primary piano, Voriui Gray, pass; Bertha Hunt,; Evelyn Hamilton, honors. Junior plum), ICrilta Olander. pass. Junior singing, Hilda McMillan, honors, The following Tabor pupils ot Mr. Young were also successful; Sylvia Hamniam, first clasr, honors, introductory piano; Gladys T^yfteland, honors, elementary piano; Joanne Male, pass, primary piano. For two years in 8uo Richards & Helson High Grade American DctntiiKtry. PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgfe LETHBRjIDGE, ALBERTA , CALGARY OFFICE-^HSA^IOHTH AVENUE E. , EDMONT.ON OFFICE-SORISTAUL BLOCK. 53 66 ;