Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
rniDAY, JULY 1'.), 1918 THfe v.ETIlBRIDGE DAILY TTERALD PAGE ELEVEN The Best for Less and Satis faction Rummage Sale Record-Breaking" Sale Better Come I Early on Saturday Children's Middies A little botlor quality of ClilUlrcn's Mlddloa. Madn o^ white drill with fancy striped nollur In white piaue. Homv. have Bmockud front. SIzo G-ia years. Regular $1.40 Rummage Sale - $1.00 The Last Act of the Drama is Always the Best So with our great Rummage Sale the last day, Saturday, will b the best. The best for you because we have added even greater bargains for the last day's selling. Many of these lines have advanced away up and beyond today's retail prices so take advantage of this big selling event. This has been the greatest Rummage Sale we have ever had and Saturday will make it even greater. A record breaker. Ladies' Hose .^nO paiis of Ladles 'Hliiek Mnle Finished ;rns^. Full fashioned atul w( 11 n>nde. tJood faHt hluek. KIlRlitly imper-fuet aH llioy are what arc; called nianiifaeturer's Koconds, hut wondorf\il value at Rummage Sale - 35c 1-4 Off Crepe'de-Chene and Silk Waists on Saturday Infant's Bonnets About 25 in this lot of Bonnots. They are mado of sllU finished repp and fine Swiss cambric, trinimed with lace and ribboij. Suitable for suniiner wbar. Regular 75c Rummage Sale - 55c 15 per cent Off All Silk Dresses Wash Skirts There are still a tew dozen left of those Itummago Sale Wash Skirls. If you have one bettor get another. We can't secure any more. They are cheaver than print, A good cool skirt for Stampede'wear. 13ottcr Hurry. Rummage Sale - ' 95c CHILDREN'S PRESSES We are making a.clean up.In Children's Wash Dreasoa and Uompers. A good selection of styles in gingham and percale, light and dark colors. Cheaper than making them. Uegular ?i.OO. Rummage Sale...................75c PILLOWCASES 200 only. Pillow Cases, made from good quality of white cotton. hG,^lIlled end.-i. All ready tor use. Size 40 and 42 Inch. Voii can't go .wrong buying a few pair at this price. Regular 45c. Rummage Sale, each..............32c CHILDREN'S NIGHT DRESSES A llmitort quantity of these fine white Crepe Night Dresses, made In slip-over style, with short sleeve. Neatly finisbej]. Kasy to launder. Uegular ?1,75. Rummage Sale................. $1.25 KIDDIES' MUSLIN DRAWERS Not many in this lot, but they will soon go in the Rummage Sale. Mado of good fine while cambric neatly finished. (Small sizes.) Regular 4r)C value. Rummage Sale...................30c SILK WAISTS If you need an extra waist for fair week this is youP elKimre. .Made of washable silk In black, white, pink, flesh au'l peach shade. Dainty new styles with large collars. ItcKular $4.00. Rummage Sale...... ..........$2.95 UNDERSKIRTS I.iKkics' Black Sateen Underskirts. .Made in good'big sizes with deep flounce. A skirt that we cannot duplicale for value now. A limited number on sale for Saturday. Rummage Sale...................95c GINGHAMS You are simply buying these dainty Wash Ginghams at wholesale price so better slock up for the future. A full assortment of colors. Rummage Sale ................... 18c 8-4 SHEETING Plain heavy cotton sheeting. Free from dressing. A sheeting wc bought some time ago .so we share with you tills bargain. Full width, suitable for double bed, Uegular liDc, Rummage Sale . . ..;.............. 75c 400 White Voile Waists at $2.25 each Children's Middies Chihiren's White Wash Middy Waists, .Made of good quality white drill with patch iioeket and collar trimmed witli plain color. Sizes 0-10 years, \ Regular 85c Rummage Sale 60c 15 per cent. Off All Serge Dresses | PRINCESS SLIPS A bargain In flue White Cotton Princess Slips, Only small sizes in this lot, but a real snap to those who can wear them. Neatly trimmed. Slzes/32-34. Regular $1.75. Rummage Sale...........'......$1.25 INFANT'S BONNETS Another lot of dainty Infant's Bonnets. JIade of fine embroidered wash silk and fine Swiss muslin. Very dainty, Cool and and comfortable. Regular $1.00. / Rummage Sale . . ..,.............. 75c 10 per cent off on Saturday only All Dress Goods, Silks, Corsets, Underwear, Hosiery, New Wash Dresses, Silk Skirls, House Dresses, Kimonas, Comforters, Bedspreads, jSheeting, Pillow Cotton, Cloth Skirts, Silk Middies, Waists, Sweaters. \ = White Underskirts 2r> only. \Vh\tc Muslin UndersklVts, trimmed with lace or hemstitched flounce. Good quality of cotton. Wonderful Value at the Regular Price $1.00 Rummage Sale - 75c THE BUSY STORE & CO. BUSIER THAN EVER'' i 42.1NCH NAINSOOK Extra fine sheer White Nainsook, Absolutely free from dressing or tilling. Best English make. Suitable for underwear, night ttreases,. etc, 42 inches wide. Regular 45c. . . Rummage Sale .. . 35c SILK MIDDY WAISTS ,Iust a few of these dainty Silk Middy Waists in ladles sizes only.Made of good quality of Shantung silk witll plain color as trimming on collar and cuffs. Regular $3,50. Rummage Sale.................. $2.25 * > ? > * > > > > : '\ (By Richard Burton.) Strange, that wo creatures of the potty ways � Poor prisoners behind these fleshy bars, Can Bometimos think In thoughts with God ablaze, Touching the fringes of the outer stars. And stiipnger still that having flown BO high And stood unahamed In shining preseijces. Wo can resume our smallneas, nor imply In mien or gesture what that memory Is. a � � * PERSONAL � , � ����0���4>�� * * * Mias L. Lindsay left yesterday to spend her holidays at Pontlcton, B.C. � Mr. R. A, Smllli loft yoetorday morning for Proctor, B, C. Misses G. and J. Brown of Masln-nsin motored through the city yoater-. dfiy on their way. to Calgary, -where they will 'spend a tow days with friends before going to Banff where they will spend a monthls vacation. Mrs. George Donnelly of Edmonton Is spehding the week with Mr. and Mrs.'J. W. Ruthertora on their farm at Iron Springs. * * , ' Miss Merle Reid is In Medicine Hat tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. y. Jackson. ' " " Mrs. C.'A; Lucas arii little daughter were the" guests of the Masses Baw-den wlilio In the city. ' * �� ..... Mrs. U. Sherlock and MisB'Marjorle Sherlock have gone to Proctor, B. C. . � * Mrs W. L. McKenzIe Is holidaying at Creston, B. C, . / ' " > � � Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. Cutler have as their guests the former's parents and brother, Dr. Cutler of Council Bluffs, Iowa. - � Miss Inez Armstrong of Calgary la visiting Rlra. A. M. Dowsley, m m m Mrs. J. Woodley, mother of Mrs. Allen Jack, died this morning Ut Poii oka, nnel Mrs. and Mrs, Jack loft this afternoon to bo prosont at the fun eral,' , ' given to the largest family and the youngest baby present. At 6,30 a delightful wartime supper was served on the lawn. The evening camo to a happy close by singing Auld Lang Syne- and God Save the King. The Christian Endoftvor of tho Christian church held a business social meeting at tho residence of Mrs. CuVlls' last evening. A pleasant evening .was spent after the bualnoas of the meeting had been transacted. Re-ffeshme-.its wore served. It was decided to put on a play in the fall. m- m m The ladles' aid of the United church are h.avlng a booth at the stampede and would like 'the loan of a refrlger ator for the week. Anyone willing to loan one is asked to phone Mrs. Ilod gins at the parsonage. m m m Mrs. J. R. Palmer, Victoria Mansions, is receiving donations for Uie purchase of a phonograpli or other form of entertainment tor the Frank i Sanitarium. � � � A business meeting of tho Girls' Auxiliary will bo held tonight at 7.30 at the Y. M. C. A. Tho members are asked to turn in the results of the tickets sold tor tho berry ^ride. Glasgow, primary violin; Master Wal-dron Mitchell, primary piano; Miss Ethel Larson, prinjary piano; Miss Jean Oliver, primary piano; Miss Anna Ostlund, primary piano. > : ? ? ? ? : > : : weddings : ? ? : : ? : > > : : FRANCE'S DAY ? : Appeal of French Rod Cross ; � ? � > : : : ? ? 4, ^ 4. �| ' All tho helpers tor^the Girls' Aux^ : >> > o � � > � One of tho most enjoyable oventa In tho history of tho Eastern Star,was a Joint picnic held by the Maple Leaf and Coaldalo chapters 0. B. S,, on Tuesday evening nt tho Experimental Farm, About one hundred und fifty members, their families and visitors from chapters in Canada and the United States were present' During the evening two very enjoyablo ball games \voro staged, the ladles' game being won by Miss Helseth's teijm and tlio men's game l|y Sir, Simpson's louni, .Tho results of Iho races wore; Married, ladies'' race, lOO yard dasli, Mrs-. Oilraoro; single ladles, 100 yard dash. Miss Holaothi jlngle inep's 180 yard diish, Mri'i Jdpttson;'*, married men's iOO yard drt^h, Mr, Ji|,ck; girl's 100 yard dash, Vlatul* NqHon 1st, Marvel Rogers 2nd, Boys undor 10, Ronald HIek Ist, Ralph McKenzle 2nd. Boys over ten, Lennox Hay, 1st; Ralph Hart, 2nd, A vriiso was nlso illary at tho Stampede are asked to meet tonight at 8.30 at the Y. M. C. A.'to arrange details tor tho work. >/>: .;. ' music exams ? e ? :� ? : : : > ? : : ? ? > � ? The following 'pupils passed the recent oxamlnatlons held by the Association Board ot tho Royal Academy of Music and tho Royal College ot Music ot London, England at tho Con-se'rvalory ot Music: Mrs. J. R. Kennedy, higher singing, (distinction); Miss Hazel Keith, higher singing; Miss Kathleen McPhee, higher singing; Miss Marguerite Hunt, higher singing; Miss Olga Anderson, higher slnping; Miss Marlon Kenny,, hlghei-; singing; Ma$ter ^Itlton Hick, higher' violin; Miss Emma Green, elomontarj^ piano; Miss Ethel Larson, elementary piano; Mlas Stella Goldatein, elemen lary piano; Mlas Margaret Asplin, olemoiitary piano; Bliss H. Goldstoin, elementary piano; Master Ronald This week our ally Prance celebrated the 129th aunlverrfary ot that epoch-making dale in French History, the Pall of the Bastille, July 14th, 178H. Marking as it did the triumph of the people In their strtiggle for liberty- tho victory of the � oppressed over tyranny-this date. Ig annually com-membrated in France'as the Pete day ot tho Frci)ch Republic-"Prance's Day." In the past four years over a million men ot France have 'given their lives that their country, might continue to endure in liberty and safety. Festivity and holiday-making have no longer a part in the celebrations with which Iho people ot France were wont to commemorate the birthday ot the'Republic, Prance rememebera herNlead. She remembers them proudly, rever-cmtly, resolutely. Wo' see ipon, women, even Uttlo children, thousands of them homeless, war-worn, sorrowing hut un broken, pledging themselves anew upon this day ot commemoration, to ondure, t6 fight and to aacrlflce until the enemies of France are driven from French soli. Till the rights of nations and the liberties of men-the sanctity ot homo und the abiding ties ot honour, shall be recognized by those enemies, as obligations which even tho ruthlessness of military autocracy dare not lightly thrust aside. We see old men,, women and children, rtt^ AND MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER LO.D.E. ' f Will hold . - > DURING STAMPEDE WEEK FRENCH RELIEF; SERBIAN AND MONTENeORIN<: , REHEF; SOLDIERS' COMFORTB � '. ! 1!