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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FUUUY, 1018 Tltt: v.UTHBRUXVE DAILY IIERALD PACE ELEVEN the Best for Less and Satis- faction M Riimmage Sale "Record-Breaking" Sale Better Come Early on Saturday Children's Middies A. little better rjusmy of ChUdrci.V Middies. Mado oi> white drill with fancy striped collar la white home have smocked front. Size 6-12 years. Regular 51.40 Rummage Sale 1-4 Off Crepe-cle-Cheneahd Silk on Saturday The Last Act of the Drama is Always, the Best So wilK'.our great'Rummage Sale the last day, Saturday, will b the best. The best for you because we have added bargains (or the last day's selling. Many of these lines have advanced away .up and'beyohd today's reiailprices so take advantage of this big sel ing event. been-the greatest Rummage Sale we have ever had and Saturday will make it even greater. .A record breaker. Ladies' Hose 300 pairs of Ladles 'Illack l.isle Finished Full fashioned aud well made. Good fast black. Slightly imper- fect as they are what arc called manufacturer's seconds, but wonderful value at 50e. Rummage Sale 35c Infant's Bonnets About 25 In this lot of Uonnets. They ore made, of. silk finished repp and fines Swiss cambric, .trimmed with lace and ribbon. Suitable for summer wear. Regular 75c 55c 15 per cent Off All Silk Dresses _' Wash There aro still a few dozen" .at those ItummaEC.' Sale Wash Skirls. If you havo one better gel another. Up can't secure any more... They are choaver than print, A good cool 'skirt for Stampede 'wear. Belter Hurry. -Rummage Sale CHILDREN'S..DRESSES We are making.a.clean up.ln Children's Wash Dresses and llompers. A !good selection of slylca gingham and percale, light and dark colors: Cheaper thau making them. Regular {1-OD- Rummage Sale...................75c PILLOWCASES '00 only. Pillow Cases, made from good quality of white cotton, hemmed ends. All ready 'or Size 40 and 42 Inch. You can't go wrong buying a ten- pair at this price. Regular 45c. i Rummage Sale, CHILDREN'S NIGHT DRESSES. limited quantity of thes'c lino while Crepo Wesses, made in slipover stylo. short sleeve. Neatly finished. Easy to launder. Regular ?1.15. Rummage Sale S1.Z5. KIDDIES' MUSLIN DRAWERS Not many in this lot. but Ihey will soon go in the Rummage Sale. Made of good fine white cambric-neatly... 'finished! (Small sizes.) Regular 45ii value. Rummage Sale ;..................30c SILK WAISTS. It voii need ar. waist tor tair week tills is your chance" Made of washable silk In black, pink, flesh auJ shade. Dainty new styles with large collars. Regular J4.00. Rummage UNDERSKIRTS Ladies' Dlack Sateen Underskirts. -Made In good'big sizes with deep flounce. A skirt that duplicate for value now. A limited number on salt for Saturday. Rummage Sale.................... 95c GINGHAMS You are alinbly buying these dainty Wash Ginghams at wholesale price BO belter slock up for the future. A full assortment of colors. Rummage Sale ..'.................18c 84 SHEETING Plain heavy cotton sheeting. from dressing. A sheeting we bought some lime ago so we share with you this bargain. Full -width, suitable for double bed. Regular SOc. Rummage Sale 75c 400 White Voile Waists at each Children's Middies Children's White Wash Middy Waists. Made of good quality white drill with, pitch posset anil collar trimmed with plain color. Sizes C-JO years. J Regular 85c Rummage: Sale 60c 15 per cent Off All Serge Dresses vS. PRINCESS SUPS... ,1 A bargain' in fine White Cotton Princess Slips. Only In this lot. uul a rear snap to those who can wear .them. Neatly trimmed. Regular Rummage Sale cool 10 per cent off on Saturday' All Dress Goods, Silks, Corsets, Underwear, Hosiery, New Wash Dresses, Silk Skirts, House -Dresses, Kimonas, Comforters, Bedspreadsi'Sheetmg, Pillow Cotton, .Cloth Skirts; Silk Middies, Waists, Sweaters.'- White Underskirts 25 only. White Muslin Underskirts, I rimmed with lace or hemstitched-flounce; Good quality of cotton. Wonderful Value at the Regular Price Rummage Sale 75c SILK MIDDY WAISTS Just a few of these dainty Silk Middy Waists in ladies sizes onlj Made of good qualit} of Sh-inlung ilk, with plain color as trimming on collar and cu'fs .Regular 53 0 INFANT'S BONNETS of 'dainty Infant's' Bonnets. Made of fine, broidered wasli silk andjtine Swjss muslin. Very ol and aud comfortable.' Regular Rummage Sale THAN EVER Rummage Sale THE BUSY STORE 42-INCH NAINSOOK Eslra fine sheer" White Nainsook. Absolutely free from, dressing or filling. Best English make; Suitable for under, .wear, night, dresses, inches wide. Regular 45c. Rummage Sale'- 35c 4 4 .4 4 4 4 CONTRASTS.., 4 v 4 4 0 4 O 4 O 4.-? JBy Richard Burton.) Strange, lhal' wo creatures of tiio potty vsajs Poor lehind theso llcshy bars, Can sometimes ihlnk in thoughts with God ablaze, Touching the fringes; of Iho outer stats. And stinger still that so high And stood unahamed in shining presences, Wo can reaumo our emallneas, nor imply- In mien or gesture what that mem t ory-ia. PERSONAL 4 4 4 Miss li. Lindsay left yesterday I spend her holidajs it Pcntlclon, BC Mr R A Smllh left jcsterda jnorntag for Procter, 13. C. Misses 0. and J. Drown ot Jlnsln nsln motored through tho city yester- day on their way to where Ihoy a few', days with rlends before going 'to Band.where ie> will spend a month'4 vacation Airs George Donpellj of Edmonton 3 spending the week with Mr and Irs" J W Rutherford on their farm t Yrbn Springs Miss Merle Held is !n Jlediclno Hat ho guest of Mr and Wre D Jack given to the largest family and the youngest baby present. Al 6.30 a 'delightful wartime suppe was served tinafie lawn. -The evening camo to happy' clpse '.by slngini Auld Lang Syne Save Ihb Mrs: Lucas an'fl lIlllB.-daughfcr were the'guests of the MJsies BPW don In the city Mra..IL Sherlock and Wlsi Marjone Sherlock have gone to Proctor, B. C. Mrs W.. L-.' McKcnzte Is holidaying at Creston, DC' Mr. and have as Iholr guests former i parents and brolher, Dr Cntler of Council Bluffs, lown. r Miss Inez Armstrong of CalgAry is visiting Mrs. A. SI. Dowsley. Mrs. 3. molhe.r of Mrs. Al len Jack, died this 'morning at Ppn okn. nnd Mrs and Mrs lack1 left thli afternoon lo be present the fun oral.' I Tho Christian Endeavor of th. Ohnslhn church held a business soc nil meeting at tho residence of Mrs Curtis' last evening. A pleasant even Ing .was spent after the business o ho meeting had boon transacted.' Re were served. It was do elded to put on a play in the fall. Tho ladies' aid of the United enure ire havinc o booth at the stamped and viould like the loan ot a retrlge ator for Ihe week. Anyone willing t oan one Is asked to phono Mrs. Ho gins at the parsonage. RED CROSS DANCE At RAYM6ND WILL THE' CROSS CLUB at ODDFELLOWS' H All SATURDAY, JULY 20th 1916 CIETIES asgow, Wai- ron Mitchell, primary .piano; Miss the! Larson, primary piano; Miss can Oliver, primary.plano; Miss Anna stiuri'd, primary nlano. 4 44 4 4 WEDDINGS 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I Sit t.-'. si I Yeslor'day a'ftefn'oou me marriage vas 'quietly solemnized at. St. Augus- in'3 church of W. Tudor, Howell f Jesmonu Rancfi.i Nelson, p.C., and (r. P. TufT, Canbh'.J.'E. .Murrell- Vrlghl officiating. The bride XU3 torn-nt Nice, south of France, Is he daughter of Henry Richard Mayne t rKenl, who la Uie diplomatic scr- nnd a widow ot'W. Tudor Howeli U.'P. for Denbigh Borough, 1895-1000 Mr. Tuff is o well' k'nown old timer of the-Lethbridee district and a sue cessful farmer near Ht las a wide circle of friends In Lelh bridge. The couple will leave for a short they will reside on the ranch nt Coalhurs DAY Appeal of French Rod Cross 4. 4. 4 4> 4 1S4-1 CHURCHES tf One of Iho most enjoyable evcnls In the history of tho Eastern Star, was a joint picnic held by the Maple Leaf nnd Coaldalo chapters O..E. S., on Tuesday evening nl' tho Experimental Farm, About ond'hiindrcil anil fifty members, families; and visitors from chapters In.Ca'nadai find th6 Un- ited Stales 'were presenU.'fiilring Ihe evening Tory cnjbyablo ball garaeB pcro. 'staged, llio 'Indies' game being by Jilss Helscths learn and men's gamo By jfr Simpsons team ,tho results of Ihe races were Married ladles' raco, 100 sard dash Mrs-! Cir.mbrcf, singlcAladlcs, 100 yar foi 0} ter j, on hi return from the unofficial Republican "convention at, Saratoga Springs, declared '.'he had nothing to sas regard'ng the pro- posal lo nominate him fo.r governor. Ho .would n6t comment oh the slat.C: ment of Attorney-General Mertbri Lewis at the coiivenl'lon last.night thaV ho would withdraw from the raco should the Colonel become a candid; ate. Marking as il did the triumph o( the people in tlielr Red Cross stretches, oul her protective arms .The Red Cross on] France's Day appeals for her. children, [or, these her suffering and for the exiled ones, who' In jir BirjiKsni camps of the enemy have learnt that: of 'thft'onpreased "over Ithia symlinl ot mercy 11 lor them also] raiinually The following 'pupils passed.Hie re- cent oxnmlnallons'held ,by, Ihc Aasoc atlon Hoard ol Iho Royal Academy of Music nrd tile Royal College of Music ot London, England at Iho Con servalorj of Music Mrs J R Ken ncd) higher singing Miss Hazel Keith higher ajnglng Miss Kathleen Mcl'hco, higher sing Ing; Mlsa Margucrila singing; Miss Olga AmUnon hlghe singing, Mis? Marlon singing, Masler MMforf Iffck, hlghe Miss Emma Orcen, elcmcntar: piano, Mils Elhel Larson, clemenlnr; pinno, Sllss Stella GoMslein, elcmcn lary piano, Miss Margiret Asplin qlemcnlary piano; Mlsa H, OolJstoln elemoniary ptanp; Master Ilonal (laie.jis ,annuaji> memb'-alcd in France' fe the Fete ot tho French In Iho piat four years' oVe'r a million -non of France hayiiS'gfvenJlhelr lives hat their counlry.mlght continue to nduro In liberty and safety. Fc.itlv- y and holiday-making have, no loncor part in the cclebrallons with which ho pcoplo ot-France, were wont lo ommcmorale the birthday ol the'Re- uhlic. Franco "rememebers her xead 3ho remembers them proudly, revur htly, resolutely. Wo ceo men, women vcn little children. Ihousands of them loineless, war-worn, sorrowing but un iroken, pledging ipon this day of commemoration, to jndurc, 16 nghl anj lo aac'riflie untl he onemlcs of Franco are driven from French-soil. Till Ihe rights of nation and the liberties ol sancllly ot homo nnd the abiding lies ot hon of he messenger of hope. Throughout' tho British Empire, men arid Vomcn have been called ipon to respond 10 this appeal of ho Frcncll Red Cross, through, the channels of their, respective: Red Cross societies. I Last year the Alberta Red Cross cave'tll.655.CD to tho'sick aud wound- ed of year a Ftlll great- er need'must'hc mel nnd Uio sum of been approprlaled from the funds of Ihe aoclely as fi donation lo the French Red Cross. No special appeal will be made, but It is in pectatlon of many generous contribu- tions lo Ihe needs ot Franco, that the Alborlft Red Cross Itself to this gltl. suffering of heroism of .France. These nre the thoughts to stir, within ties oi non responsive sympathy, lo make us 'by-lhoso en ask we In Canada Bulftrtd, what we havo sacrificed a nillllary autocracy comnnrcd. with tnt peopple of the dare not Hghtly Ihruat aald'e, We see old men..women find child1 ren, refugees of Krnhce, driven from of Ihem.seiiaratcd for- ever from flboul tho Flag of their country as It floats proudly In their see them moiod liy nn eittbtlon too deep for with upU't.ed and raised arms, they cjy. with ono accord as ho jrea't republic, Contributions [or "France's Hay' fund should bo remitted through local Drarichcs' of the Red Cross society and specially marked (or tho above fund. I HOOVER IN ENGLAND. La'ndorC July! C. Hoaver, American food control, ler, arrived today at i British from V THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER 1.0. D.E. HOLD THREE TAG DURING STAMPEDE FRENCH RELIEF-; SERBIAN AND RELIEF' SOLDIERS' J ;