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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917 THE fcETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALR PAGE NINE Clarke's Mid'Summer Sale in Full Swing To-morrow Saturday offers aiioi.hcr opportunity to gain unusual savings in the very choicest; of ihv .season's merchandise and those who would nmke their dollars go fa.rlliest, av'iII do well to visit this store tomorrow. Many special offerings on sale for final clearance >vith-ont regard to costs or i/?tual values. Any woman may prove this by a personal inspection of bargains offered. Hosiery Sale. Sox, child- 0|J ren's and ladles' hoao.. � White and colors. ALL NEW SUITS 27.50 Silks and Cloths up to $43.00 ALL NEW COATS At 1-4 to 1-3 Oft SALE OF WASH DRESSES 6.75 Worth up to $13.50. Wash Silks. Values up AO _ to ?1.S0................ ilOC Taffetas and Crepe de Chene. Values up to 1 QQ ?2.00.................. l.JO Fancy Voiles and Mulls /ja Values up to $1.00 "...... OUC wak.stnBd.Geortc2o%oii- Sale of Wash Waists, qq Worth up to $3.50. .... uOC AND SCORES OF OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS THAT WE CANNOT MENTION HERE, CLARKE'S g�&�ZSU 612,3rd Ave. S. NOT A CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR HE: "Would you mind If I wero to kiss you?" SHE: "Well I'm not ono of those conscientious objectors, if that's what you mean."-London Opinion. LOMOND ness in her music store, after having elaborate repairs done for tho beautifying of the building. Mr. Tibert is having a new residence built. Mr. Hughes has bought his lato abode. Mrs. Sear and son George of Leth-bridge are visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Goorge Couper. Practically everyone that could cut themselves loose from tho farm and business attended the stampede at the Hat last week. It was amusing to hear people at Medicine Hat commenting on reports of our good crop hero. When told that the wheat in Lomond district was over three feet high and in head long ago, they could not believe It. Carl Saunders, convalescent, of the 49th battalion machine gun battery, Is visiting around Lomond this week. Carl was wounded last August during the third battle of Ypres. Mr. Williams, father to the reeve of the village of Lomond has boon let tho job of plastering tho new bank. It is also to be plastered with cement on the tile outside and to bo blocked off. Will Benson, while breaking on his place, turned up an Indian tomahawk. This is quito' a rollc of olden times. Our now station is being rushed ahead. Tho old car dopot will soon bo thrust aside, or It may bo taken up to Travors. Mrs. Craig and Miss Drlnkull of the Nemiskam hotel are in the city today. Mr. M. A. Morrow and Mr. .1. Ritchie left this afternoon to spend u few days at Banff. Mrs. Geo. Mnekay and children have left to spend tho remainder of the summer at the coast. Mrs. Tanner of Mooso .law arrived in tho city last week t.o he the guest of her daughter, Mrs V. i,, Walters. .   Misses Grace and Margaret Pizor of Coleman arc spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. James Hilling, Hull Block. * * � Mr. and Mrs. ii. Salter and children motored down from A id He to spend the week-end with Mrs. Salter's brothor, Mr. T. S. Ketterly and Mrs. Fotterly. ... Mr. Percy Morris who haw been visiting friends in Calgary, Hankhoad and Banff, has returned to his home in the city, having been taken seriously 111 while away. It would have been difficult to have found a moro delightful spot than was the garden of Dr. and Mrs. Lov-ering where the ladies of St. Patrick's church held a social yesterday afternoon and evening- The garden with its beautiful large trees makes an ideal setting for summer parties and yesterday the addition of decorations of numerous flags and colored electric lights which twinkled among tho branches of the trees in the evening, made it more attractive. There were stalls of home cooking, candy, soft drinks and fruit, all decorated with festoons of bunting. Wheels of fortune proved a great attraction and many there were who triad their luck Ice cream waB served at small tables (lotted under the trees and waited on by the ladies. During the evening, the Lcthbridge band rendered a program of splendid music that was enjoyed by the large number present. Tho Knights of Columbus assisted the ladies in many ways and were responsible for the decorations. The committee in .charge wish to thank Dr. and Mrs. Lovering for kindly loaning their garden and \V. L. McKenzie & Co., for wiring.' ! Hundreds Are Having nlaree Regular Value 5 (From Our Own Correspondent) Lomond, July"8.-The crop is progressing favorably, but stubble crops are beginning to suffer for the want of rain. Breaking is practically all headed out and the summorfallow wheat will soon bo heading out. Ilyo is doing fine, especially tho fall rye. Tho yield will bo heavy where sown on propared land. Plax Is a.'so holding its own and promisos to no a good crop. Mustard Is vary troublesome this year among the crop, some of the farmers not taking time to fan their grain and are now losing moro time pulling weods. On somo places tho mustard is so had that the farmers aro forced to plough down their stubblo crops. Claro, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Nowton dlod Friday from diphtheria. Mr. Newton and family havo the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in this tlmo of boroavomont. J. A. Bowers has disposed of his interests In tho central gurago to Char-tors and Travis. Jack Boworss haa glvon ovor all his.time to tho'selling of cars. Mrs. Groonwood is now doing busl- GREAT WORK Call or Phone your week-end Grocery Order to R. B. DONALDSON, Phone 1150 801 Ninth Ave. WHERE QUALITY IS GUARANTEED Sugar, B. C O An Per 20.1b. sack ..... �*VV Good Bulk Coffee QC*� Per lb................ OOC Raisins, 2 packets 9C� for................... LDL Currants, 2 large packets Jrf for .................. 4DC Dates, Dromedary, per . | p" . packet ............... IDC Rolled Oats, 4 lb. cartons �g Each.................�*i>C Corn Flakes 1fW� Each ................ 1UC Canned Peas, Hyglean * f* brand................. 1*�C Canned Corn, QC^� 2 tins for ............ ODQ Gold, Sunlight and White Ofi Knight, 4 for .....---- 4*0 C Toilet Soap, OKg� 8 cakes for .......... bvC Finest Ontario Cheese OA- Per lb................ JVC Hamilton, Ont, July 18.-Destruc tion single handed first of a Gorman submarine and then of a Zeppelin by Lieut. Basil D. Hobbs of the Royal Flying corps Is described In advices received here today by his relatives. His exploits, which havo earned him a letter of congratulation from Ad mlral Jelllcoe, and recommendation for the Victoria Cross, wero accom plished from a seaplane. Hist Suffer With Backache, Kidneys or Rheumatism Now 1 trtter TtOa of Umo-tooUi-for Pretcriptum. Dear Headers-If I can do any good tn tho world for others, 1 wish to do It, and I feel that it .18 my duty to write about tho wonderful results I received from the use of " Anurlc." I was suffering from kldnoy and bladder troubles, sesldlng urine, backache and rheumatism, and feet ami ankles swelled so that at time: could not walk without assistance. Had taloan soveral different kinds of Kldnoy tumedies but all failed. I sent for a box of Or. Pierce's newest discovery, "Anurlc," which 1 received by mall In tablet form. I soon got better and am convinced that this popular -now medicine Is good. I wish to ree oinmend It to my neighbors and erery body suffering from such troubles. M.BB. M. J. atBGEHT. and aunt, bniith. Mrs. Haworth will nerve Ira at Auguslin's tennis courts tomorrow lernoon. Tho men have been worl hard on. tho.courts and hope members will come and have a good game. . � . Miss Mabel .Turrart, Miss Avis Greer and Miss Alma Johnston of Mlackio are week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Feltcrly, having motored down. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Bawden and children and Mr. and .Mrs. !'. K. Spoonor and children arc leaving tomorrow in their motors on a camping trip through the mountains. � �  At the close of a very successful ice croam .social hold last night on I the lawn of the Tinted Church by the ladies' aid of the church, a reception was held in the church for the new minister, llev. .1. !',. Ilodgins and Mrs. llodglns, who have recently arrived from Medicine Hat. Addresses of welcome wero given by the heads of the various departments of the church to which Mr. ilodgins suitably replied. A very large crowd of members and friends of the church were present to welcome Mr. and .Mrs. Ilodgins to their midst. Pure Stood You can keep your blood in good condition-have a clear Bkin, and bright eyes, by taking Lartart S.I. of Any'Medicine inth� World. Sold ererywherc. in boxes. 25c. Do not Tail to bring in the photo of father, mother or that dear friend, who perhaps has passed away and get one of the beautiful reproductions, made in the very best quality of work and the latest convex style for only 2!>c. These portraits are real works of art. anil should mean much to you to have one of them hanging in your home. This is a special advertisement for our store and this liberal offer is for a limited time only. Bring in your photos at once and avoid disappointment. Mm Button's Bau (Tomiumg J53 At tho regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D. 10. held in the Elks rooms yesterday afternoon, it was decided that unless special business of an urgent nature turned up, no meeting should be held in August. ThoT^gtilar sewing In tho club rooms on Tuesdays and Fridays Will however be continued as usual. Two members and the regent wero appointed to act. with the dependants' secretary of the patriotic fund with power to add to their number. Mrs. R. It. Davidson, in response to tho request for volunteers from rood controller Hanna, has kindly offered to give a series of talks on the proper method of canning fruits and vegetables, the first of which will bo given in tho Elks Club rooms on Tuesday next at four o'clock. Those lectures arc free to all the women of the community and any one desiring to put away vegetables and fruits for the coming winter and so help to win the war by tho conservation of foodstuffs Will bo wise to avail herself of this Opportunity of learning the scientific methods of doing tho work. Mrs. Davidson is a specialist of household science, having received her diploma from the University of Toronto. Specials ONLY, SEA GRASS CHAIRS & ROCKERS That aro strongly built and aro exceptionally well woven in varied designs. Those chairs are built to glvo comfort. SENATE ACCEPTS FOOD MEASURE Washington, July 19.-A compromise food control bill, drafted in bipartisan conference of leaders, was adopted by the senate today by a vote of CO to 16 as a substitute for administration measures. It provides that Only feeds, foods and fuels, including keroseno and gasoline, shall be placed undor government control. Chairs, Special ., Rockers, Special $7.00 $8.00 OLD HICKORY That indostructiblo verandah furniture, which is made in such a range of comfortable designs, at exceptionally low prices. Chairs at .......... Rockers at........ Our Special .'Folding ......$1.00 ......$1.50 Camp Chairs LAWN SWINGS No better play toy can bo given to the children than ono of our four seated lawn swings, thoy aro made of select hardwood with adjustable seats and hacks and finished in red and natural, standing nine feet high. ____$10.00 Special Price Only Clearing at....... $2.00 ro all undoubtedly heard Dr. Pierce and his welt- Notes You*Y< of tho famous known medicines. Well, this prescription Is one that has been successfully used for many yean by the physicians and specialists at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of llunalo, N. Y, for kidney complaints, and diseases arising from disorders of tho kidneys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, congestion of the kidneys, inflammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, "Anurlc" has not been on salo to the public, but by the Eiersuaskm of many putlents ana the ncreasod demand for this wonderful leallng Tablet, Doctor Pierce has finally decided to put It into the stores, or send 10 cents for large trial package or 50 cents for full treatmont. Simply ask tor Doctor Pierce's Anurle Tablets. There can be no Imitation. Every package of "Anurlc" is sure to be Dr. Pierce's. You will llnd the signature {n the package Just a* you do on Dr. 'lerco's Favorite Prescription, the ever-famous friend to ailing women, and Dr. Pieroo's Golden Medical Discovery, proven by years to be the greatest gem rat tonic and raconatruclor ' for any one, besides being tha best Uowi-Baaicaf Convert Your Verandah Into a Beautiful Cool Sleeping Room During the Warm Weather THE NEW ACROLUX VERANDA SHADES Enables you to add an extra room to your home. Thoy shut out the heat and glare of the sun without retarding ventilation. Stocked in all sizes. Phono or writo and let us give you an estimate of what it will cost to convert your veranda into a beautiful cool sleeping room during tho warm weather. FOR MILADY Snuff brown broadcloth suit with Jacket braided in darker brown und vest of ecru satin with ttai buttons.- LUNCH BASKETS We have on display a large selection of woll made baskets In a range of sizes suitable tor ono or for tho family lunch when going on an outing. Prices from.................................,............ 45c up BAWDEN BROS. Complete Home Furnishers Hull Block, Mlibrldgo ;