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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUT'; White Crepe !iOO Yards blister crepe, white only for umk'rwear, -i o gowns, etc., per yard Chiffon Lawn Yard wide i'ino sheer lawn, re- gular 20e, and 25c, Runim.'igf; sale price IOC Wht. Gaberdine white skirts, heavy weight, :iti regular for Emb'd Voiles 42 inch Swiss Voiles for blouses and dresses, neat embroider- ed designs, regular S5c and !iOc, for.......... Muslin Drawers adies' fine muslin drawers, tor- chon lace or embroid- ery trim 29c Wht. Petticoats Vhite muslin petticoats, tucked frill, while they last, each 69c With Stocks replenished and many lines re-priced in your favor; with a whole store full of season- able, desirable summer merchandise at your disposal; with unusual price reductions and exceptional economy in every department in the store, ,EMB. FLOUNCING Our bissest sale of L'7'lnch flOHiic.i.Ki yards worth up lo 8iic a yard, on Hale nt...... PILLOW COTTON inches wide, linen finished, circuhir weave, regular -S'c u y.'ii-d, on sale at SALE OF PRINTS fJuy all you need prints Ilka iliese will be l.Sc tills tall. I'jOij yards on sale at......... J Drawers-Corset Covers A .special lot of Ladies' Corsot Covers, worth up lo ?1.25. and Drawers worth up to on Hah; ai Girls' Print Dresses Sixes (i 10 14 years, all new stylos, iijailo from fast, color prints and ginghams, also white dresses up 10 iji'.riO, for New Striped Skirts Just in by express, the new wide awning stripe skirts in all the new colors. These are exceptional value at All Silk Hosiery Two lines of Crown Brand, pure silk t.hrrad black only, rt'giilar value, sixes S1..-. to 10 .75 Crepe Silk Waist New si. vie Crept: rte Chene Silk Waists, in white or flesh 1 IJL pink, sizes to values up to nl I LiUU Nemo Corsets up to 6.50 Clearing out three lines of Xe- ino 'Corsets, suitable for slight and medium figures, regular values Colored Dress Ratines Buy these dress ratines at hall" price, they make real smart coats, .suits, or separate skirts, u colors. 7iic value for........ Yard Wide Taffeta Honnett's best French dyed a "j Chiffon dress and suit taffeta B silk, black, Copenhagen, brown i and navy, value for..... I B J W Penman's O.S. Hose The only outsize Hosiery that are full size, and seamless, 10 J dozen fine silk lisle, on sale a pair ...........................U White Skirts These skirts are made from Piques and Repps, some have two pockets with belts, values up to ?2.00 for to75c Choose your summer dress from this big sale lot of fancy muslins, 500 yards to choose from, all new this season, values to 75c, on sale per yard i.................... Striped Voile Dresses Buy dresses at. less 'than you get (ho materials stripes in voiles, colors pink, sky and black and white stripes, val- ues to for TOWEL SALE Our famous Rub Pry Towels, t'iUmr plain white or fancy stripo, lar.m; size, regular a pair, for Ladies Combinations Odd lines of Gauze Knit aiid BaJbrlffgan Combinations, that sold for 75c, on sale at........ Ladies' Summer Vests 200 Ladies' Knit Under- vests will) sliort or no sleeves, I on sale Thursday morning I Pongee Silk Waists Here is a real bargain in silk j p on sale.............. I'wC Bungalow Nets Ucm shade, your choice of five pieces, worth 75c, 85c a yard, during the Rummage Sale................. Are You For "Pre- The best preparedness for man or woman is the preparedness that comes from living in harmony with law. In Sum- mer cut out the heavy foods that tax bodily strength and vigor. Eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the food that con- tains all the body-buildiiig material in the whole wheat grain in a digestible form. For breakfast or luncheon with berries or other fruits. PHONE 1224 Made'in Canada SHEEP DOG'S SAGACITY 'Vancouver, R.O., July a iliamlherchief, wliioii lie had at- tempted IG slop tin; flow of hluod 'after accidentally shooting himself, (around the neck of his dog, Lister Koote diapatcSied his slieej) dog to his Damping headquarters oil .Icditluth Is- land this afternoon for heln. The dog led members of the family to the scene of the accident to fiild the :lcad body of Foole. Footc went to the Island where his father has a ihecp ranch on Friday last and had set out to dispatch a sheep for meat .'or the family prior to his return to Vancouver. George C. -Millar of Tabor, is a bus- iness visitor in the city today A. B. Hogg, the Cannansay barris- ter, is ijuthe city on business. Shaw is visiting Mrs. H. .Morris, Hlh SI. S. for a Mrs. J. fi. (livers and tivo sons let! yesterday for Banff for a couple- of If a Mrs. Smith's section of ihc lickck- ahs will meet with her at 21 Bryan Block- o'clock. Thursday evening at eight Gen. E. Hotson cnme in from Meil- icinc Mat yesterday on his way to ills farm at Stirling to take a look over crop prospects. J.-H. .Miller, who for tile past tivo I-j-v TI T'll T. 1 arsr I Relieve Germans Will Be "Cleared From Belgium Soon; Trench Warfare At a End this morning for the east where will reside In future. He will spend the summer at Uarrie and Blackstack, Ont: Hcfore leaving lie was the recip- ient of a pearl tie pin from the stait. The marriage took place yesterday at 2.30 at Knox nianse, Lethhridge, of Miss Allis Tins ley. to Mr. Fred Lewis Bragg, botli of Taher. Rev. A. H. De- noon performed the ceremony. Mr. Bragg is a fanner near Taber. Toronto, July will be no trench warfare other than that result- j ing from the fortification of rallying (points of the various corns of tlie Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garrow. OL Gran-1 man, arra-v the coming winter urn, announce Lite marriage of their i a" weil W1t thc, thc daughter Gladys, to Mr. Robert B. .TrontCuring the next three MacKay, which look place at. the home, of Major- of the bride's parents, Granum, today, F-.L' Lcssttrd Rfter a t0 line. General Lessard is convinced thai.. with; luck, the German trench in .veu'uj) Miss Gladys L. mans gjvc UJ, .possession of their i On Monday Cathedral, Cj Harker officiating. WiLil- lUUJv II1U HIHII IIUIICI1 U; y. July 17th. at the Pro. Belgium and Fnuice will be give Calgary, the Rev. R. G, the setg jn ,-The 1 give i line because they lack the .Veaver, youngest daughter Mr. and present Mrs. C. T. Weaver, of Ferule, B. C., numUer of men to :hold he sayu vas united in marriage to Mr. Sydney j "There will be a'concentration of their ban ot the 7Sth Depot Battery, j variOuSVrmies at certain selected de- LethhrldRc: The bride was given j reuBive' positions. 'There- away by her father and was attended some warfare about thosi by Miss MalpasR of Calgary, the mav" be e pos. be said. "They will fail back along previously prepared roadways to their rallying point. It is as though one Jieltl a fan. Tue outlying fringe of the fan is the firing line trench as it is today. There comes an order to retire and concentrate to a point at tlie base of the handle of the fan, that is all. "There and then we shall see really great battles. Army corps by army corps, division by division we shall isolate and beat them. The trench warfare the last two winters will be but a memory, for then we shall have open fighting, and a final vic- tory." Secret of the Somme. "Is the present offensive at the Somme, the 'great offensive' we have heard so much was asked. a marvelous fight at Verdun." "Which are the best" "That I cannot tell answered Gen. Lessard. "Each and every one of them are good. They have fought with wonderful pluck. I have my own opinion about which is the best, hut that is not for me to make public at this time. Firts Were Best. "Are the men of the British army today as good as the men of the first expeditionary force from was a Question which brought a light into the eyes of Canada's foremost tiier. "That first army was magnl- ficient. H. would be too much to ex- pect of the new army that it should be as good as those men who fought in the ranks of the first British array in this war. That would be too much to expect of them. They are fine soi- splendid fighters, but there never -was an army like that British irmy which fought the Germans in the first few weeks of the war." president gave an address of welcome tended lines of the present. Then The regular meeting of the Alexan- and o vote of thanks to all who liclned WiH lie a withdrawal as I have ler Gait chapter of the T.O.n.B. will In raising the pole and Hag. Terence said before from the western front, )e held Thursday evening in the Y.M T C.A. at 8 o'clock. The executive com mlttee will meet fit 7.30. Her Last Corn Ache When pain brings you to Blue- jay, it means the end of corns. Blue-jajf proves that corns are needless. And, never again will you let a corn pain twice. The pain stops instantly. In 48 hours the corn com- pletely disappears. The action is gentle. No soreness results.; ft is sure and scientific and final. Millions of people 'lieep fres from corns in this easy, simple way. try it. Blue-jay is something you should not go without And nothing can take its place. 15 and 25 at Druggists Ends'Corns May Be Many The gnnent] took a sheet of paper. JIG said, sketching rapidly, "Is the. trench line in Flanders. Ijccause of the loss of tho men and the con- Home of Lothumlge WHS then Intro-1 After that we shall take them army' duceti and he gave a very interesting by aniiv sectiou by sec address on the "History of the Flag." j -we have beaten them." The meeting was closed by all singing Dn God Save the King. Mrs. .Toscnh .Chamberlin whoso en- gagcntent has just been' announced. ci'.inc to America in May prthis year of the French and after an nbscncc of seventeen years j Britiatf'therc will come a and to spend several weeks with her fam- ily in Boston. She sailed from Nefr York on ,1 line 3 on the steamship St. Paul of She married V.Joseph Cha'muerlr.in when hcv was Colonial Secretary, un- der the late iUarTfiiis Salisbury. She enjoys tho (HsHnction 'of being the only' woman of: American '-blrtli to receive-the'offer of a British; earl- dom in her own right, and- whir de- clined tlie hor by King George after her husband's loath, both in recognition his ser- vices to Iimglr.nd and of ,the (iQyii- .lori with 'which 'she iturstMl- 'him .hrongh his'last'Illness. She declined -he 'peerage.-it was said, because Iver, uisband uad repeatedly refuseiJ the offer of It from It is said that no other American woman married to an Knslishinnn ias succeeded in winning (ho good- vlll of (ireat Drltalti as Mrs. Chamber- lain has done. It was said also that no that I hope very soon, when the Ger- mans willhavR to withdraw lo select- ed-points in the roar. .Just, .where those places will be It is hard for any. one but .tiernmns themselves to-say. We .niay-Jiavfi a very good idea're-; gRrding rallying points1 of some sec- tions of tiie German army in Flanders, but'Tcbuld Hot, speafc that1 mat- ter degree of certainty." He rapid drawing again. "SiippOBinfr 'the Germans are for- up the'trench line, as wo woman of'-lhe new world ever stood so High Queen Victoria as did who.-won llio re- gard, of Her Majesty soon after, she married. 'Mr. Chamber la in. On the occasion of the. Queen's Diamond .hihlloc In 1807. Mrs.-Chamberlaiu was one of the half: dozen women not of royal birth td 'receive tlw Jubilos medal. is to force the Germans to give up the trenches because of the loss of life and the lack o[ reserves. When they do that they will concentrate at per- liaps fifty great strongholds back of the line. That will be the beginning of the ond. I think that within four months yon will see that condition will come about." Praise for the New Army. "i-was surprised at the excellence of tho now British army, the Terri- torials -and Kitchener's army lie said, when aslie'd his- opinion of the troops in the "They are very good; our own Canadians are very good; the Australians are good "and the French have made WINS BIG BETS ON..... DEUTSCHLAND ARRIVAL New York. July Bos- lien, a former Wall street broker, who is said to have enjoyed close relations with the German government officials in the United States, is credited in Wall street with having cleaned up In bets in the last two weeks on the German subsea liner Deutsch- land. Wall street regarded the mission of the submarine as a myth, and bets were freely offered at 15 to 1 that it would never put In an appearance. Boshen took every bet offered, and he lias been busy collecting his winnings. Coaldale News Coaldale, July has begun on the new .four roomed consolidated; school here. Mrs. W. M. Ande left Tuesday ou-a visit, to Souris, N. D. Dr. Edward and Dr. Abbie R. Paw- ion, of Long Beach, California, are visiting the Pawson families here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin spent Sat- urday and Sunday in the Magrath dis- trict. The farmers of this district are greatly pleased with the recent heavy rains, as _ the grain in splendid condition to receive it, although not suffering, WHY ONE TOMMY THINKS GERMANS ARE LOSING London, July soldier who has jeen at the front many months gives .hree reasons for "his belief that the war will soon come to an end, in a ettor which has reached Lincoln. He says: "Fritz is getting hungrier, thanks to Jock. "Fritz is using inferior metal for he driving: bands of Ms shells. I lever miss an opportunity to examine dud' shells sent over by Fritz, and j hey arc many. "Fritz's line is too long. He will give way very shortly, and then his morale will be sapped, n process more insidious than the sapping of bis mines." Discussing British Columbia's ship- Sir Richard Mc- 3ride says that five keels -have been aid in two at Westmin- ster and three.at Victoria, all good sized vessels, which will sail via tho Panama Canal, to Europe. Senator Belcourt of Ottawa, while visiting England, -was giv- en a "joy ride" in an aeroplane. PROHIBITION EFFECTS CHANGE IN HALIFAX Halifax, N.S.. July has been in force in Halifax for nearly three weeks, and the unex- pected has happened for the saloons have been shut tight ever since and tharc is less of the "blind pig" than before. The two leading clubs are feeling the pinch, and It la noliuved neither the Halifax Club nor the City club will be able to continue under prohibition. Lieut. Roger Hcatson, formerly with Of all overworked women probably thery often centers in thi organs. In (nme casea but of ten thc seat of thc difficulty is here, and'a woman should take rational-treatment' for cure. The should be treated steadily and systematically with Dr. Pierce's Favorite- Prescription.- For diseaaes from which women auffd "Favorite a powerful re- storative. During the last fifty years it hai banished from thft lives Bands of women" therpiiin; and distress caused by thtiac dtReaset. If you arc Fivvorite Prescription' in 'liftuiH _, ____ form to-day. Then address'Dr. IHerce, if-i.i %.t- _i.j__1 the Hank of Commerce, at Vancouver, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. gel killed in action. medical Bdriwoilirdy ;