Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTHBRinr.E PA1LV HERALD WKDN'fCSIUY, .ll'LY HMO Just Three More Days EVERY DEPART- MENT HAS ITS REAL BARGAINS FOR MISS THIS SALE. SIMPSON'S BIG A Real Sale THAT COVERS EV- ERY INCH OF THE STORE. THE BAR- GAINS ARE HERE. COME AND GET YOURS. _______----------- Tomorrow, Thursday, will be a Busy Day at this Store f i Cl_______.- A Raft-rain T .iet than ftVftlT jlYIA-JI I 9 7 _ Look over the Good Things prepared for Thursday Shoppers. A Better Bargain List than ever Many New Lines added since Sale began. A Clearance of Summer Dresses Without Regard to Cost Slanv prettv styles in voiles, crepes anil mus- lins. both colored ami white at prices that make them move out on S12.00 Frtiu-y colored Voile Presses. Thursday S9.00 Fancy Voile Dresses. Thursday S5.75 88.00 FaiH-y And White Voile Dresses. Thursday Fniu'.v Voile and Crepe Presses, Thursday S-L 50 Repp and fancy dresses. ST.OO Middy Suits, Tlinrs. 10 only While Voile and Lawn Dresses that sold up to -S8.00 clearing Thursday at en. Leather Hand Basis Tan, green, bine. blaeU, clearing at, Corset -Covers Lace ami embroidery trimmed, clearing ai iu e n's K n i t Drawers Closed or open, clearing at Cotton Jerseys In navy and white, clearing at each 25c Children's Rompers Clearing 30c Cretonnes Light colors.- clearing at per vard In. Striped Flannelette Clearing at per 9c Pillow Slips Regular width, 15c Women's White Voile Blouses Values tip to S'-'-'W. at Voile Waists Values tip i" In. Curtain Scrim Regular value Kc, clearing Inch Bungalow Xcts Regular 40c 25c 20c Galateas Clearing 15c 28 Inch Muslin and Crepes Regular value iOc, clearing at per Extra Special! icy dress voiles iu lues 45c and 50c. n choice ot ihc lot I 2 5 C .Ml our fine fancy dress voiles iu a bis range of patterns ami colorings, values 43c and Mc. must be cleared out this week. Take your choice the lot tor, per Girls' Wash Dresses lines, clearing Regular 49c AH Sun Shades and Parasols Clearing at a discount of All new styles. _____________ jy i.Vf. -MI lltw BuyCEverything You Need Now and Save Money Quick Clearing Prices on Silks and Wool Dress Materials 3tt Inch Pailctte SHU A splendid quality Tor dresses or separate, skirts and blouses. We guarantee the wearing quali- ties of this silk, black only, regular f 1.35 Of- duality, clearing at Inch Colored POPLINS, regu- lar -Si.25 quality, clearing at 95c 36 In PUSSY WILLOW SILKS, in colors, blue, rose. Ivory, regular quality, d-1 AA clearing at 56 In 'TWEED SUITING, grey mixtures only, regular JH.C'O quality, clearing at 45 Inch TWEED SUITINGS, grey, brown and green mixtures, regular value 51.23, Clearing tit per yard 40 Inch ALL WOOL SERGES, navy, black, Cop- enhagen, regt.'.ar HOC, clearing at WE DO NOT MAKE ANY EX- CHANGES.OR SEND GOODS OUT ON APPROVAL WHILE THIS SALE IS ON. THE I I IMITED IU DOMINION BLOCK SHOP IN THE MORNINGS, IF POSSIBLE, YOU WILL FIND IT MOST SATISFACTORY. GERMAN. STAFF AP- PEALS TO PEOPLE. "Never mini! me, carry on, Lieut James Stanley Welch, son ot Can'on Welch, of Waketield, and for- mers' rector of St. James' Cathedral. Toronto, as he fell mortally wounded whil- serving with the.Yorks'.iire Light HOW BEATTY DID IT Ottawa, July putes situation -The trades Canada 2i% Mennen's takes the Sulk off the Face In other words, it eliminates all sting; and smart, and brings your face smiling and fresh out oL the shaving'ordeal. correspondent of the Scotsman even before they arrived. writes on the Jutland engagement: j were about the first in action, md for us the action lasted ,'ltb noticeably after they'd fired a salvo or two the German gunnery was sim- ply all over the place. intervals over twelve hours; and dur-j "1 don't know much about gunnery- Ing that time we were engaged with but it seemed to me that the Hun- even-kind of ship in the German fleet j couldn't keep their gunners up to exce'pt submarines, I think. The des- j scratch in an action. If so, cheer-oh. them again, for our j favorable for some time past accord- in" to reports received at tile labor department. The chief center of dis- turbance was at Hamilton whore strikes of electrical workers, railway shop employees and munition workers affected a large number of men. London, July German gen. era! staff has issued a-i appeal to the attacks were picnics; they when we meet A-ere left Kith craft of our own size deal with; but they were so far otf that we couldn't do one another at much harm. The Queen Mary was maintaining a perfect, steady fire on Rut our battle cruisers were i her opposite number in the German line A moment later she was over- whelmed. She broke up and sank m wide confusion of red glare and smoke. A Most Hellish Din. "Then the Invincible. I san one of her picket-boats go hundreds of feet up into the air, spinning like a leaf in. an eddy of .wind, followed by here and there the towering inside of a ship to heaven. "Hut I can't describe what the fight night was like. It was literally too awful for words. One moment vere in furious action with enemy I huge lick of flame high as iier masts A great belch of smoke and then it was all over. were loosing off at the Huns all the time, and they were loosing off at us. I guess that even" five seconds or probably more, there was a salvo of eight heavy guns It was the most hellish dm you can imagine. And so we went on; the bat- tle cruisers and the Warspites giving the Germans such hell that some ot them must hnvn sunk. We saw one _ tiiree-fii'inelleti chap; I don't know what she was. Beatiy did the job beautifully. Enemy Gunners "Rattled." "As you know, when the Grand Fleet did come up, looming out of the thick weather in the north, a great sickness fell upon the Huns: and, like the fellows in the pnrable, they all with one accord began to make tracks for home. Our big ships fiued several salvoes with good effect: but funk and the mist between them I saved the Huns from sure destruction. 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