Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JULY 23, 1917 THE LGTilBltiDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVElf Bargain Prices on Summer Merchandise Offering Exceptional Savings all This Week This Eighth Annual Mfd-Siiiiniicr Sale promises to establish a record for volume of business, which is the most conclusive proof of the appreciation of the women of this city, for the genuineness of the bargains involved. Make your selections early this week while choosing is still good. Everything belonging to summer has to go and prices are the lowest yet announced. WASH SKIRTS AND DRE88E9, SUITS AND COAT8 IN THE VERY CHOICEST OF THE SEASON'S STYLES NOW OFFERED AT BIG SAVINGS FOR QUICK AND DECISIVE CLEARANCE. Final Clearance Prices on all Outer Garments �WOOL JERSEY SUITS $23.75 Three only left. Worth up to $37.50. Blue, gold and green. Very smart aud dressy. \ Paisley Voiles - - G5c Light and medium colors, also floral mulls and silk mulls. Worth up to $1.00. Awning Stripe - 37c. 30 inch, heavy weight tan and cream stripe. Heavy Silk Hose - $1 Beautiful quality, now worth' $1.40. All colors. TAFFETA SILK SUITS $27.50 Regular $'15.00 value. Two only loft. Green and black. Very dressy Into style garments. WASH SKIRTS Pique, repps and coloref wash materials in checlts. plaids and largo spots as well as all new sports silk skirts, ranging in price from $2.00 to $10.00. 20% Off WASH DRESSES $6.75 Worth up to $13.50. Odd styles carried over from previous seasons. White and various colors. Sports Silks---!>8c Also wash silks, plain and floral design. 36 Inches. Hosiery Sale - - - 25c Ladies' Cotton Hose, black and some colors, also children's box In various colors. Union Suits - - - 50c Splendid quality. Fine ribbed. All regular sizes. SCORES OF OT^HER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS FEATURED THIS WEEK IN CLARICE'S Mfd-Sumn^e^Sale 612, 3rd Ave. S. MILADI Mrs. D. II. a few days. Elton Is in Cardston for Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Tatum spent the weck-cad in Calgary at the I'alllser. � Mrs. Quinlan and daughter of Modi- I cine Hut are spending a few days In the city. Mrs. K. II. Hanson who has been visiting Mrs. K. Downing lias returned to her homo in Calgary. Miss Emily Uoultnn Is spending a two weeks' vaeatiou with Mr. and Mrs. Hen Nixon at their ranch east of Coutts. The Mission Band of the United church is holding a social in the church next Thursday night to whlcih all girls over thirteen are invited. * * JJrs. McCallum's section of the Kebekahs will meet with Mrs. Oscar Matson, 412 12th St. IS. north tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. A. M. Moo and Miss Viva Niv-enof Calgary, left this morning, via tho Arrow Head lakes for Vancouver and Nanaimo, whore they will spend the rest of the summer. Miss Ruth Sherwin or Minneapolis is visiting her slater, Mrs. .1. A. Heinle. . * Mr. Stanley Homo returned yesterday from a holiday spout at Vancouver, I'ort'.aml and Scuttle. * � * Messrs. Arthur Uarnsloy, James Livingstone and CI. E. Fleming motored to Cardston this morning. m � A meeting of tho Local Council of Women will bn held tonight at eight o'clock in the Y. M. C. A * Miss Bertha Scott loft last Wodiios-day to spend three months in Toronto, Windsor and other eastern points. � � Mrs. W. H. Fowler who underwent an operation at the Gait hospital for appendicitis is progressing favorably. MEMBERS LOCAL REGULATION OCEAN STEAMSHIP RATES. ArtHclrymen and Kiltie ltcceive Military Medal for Good Work The CI. I. A. to the TV of L. E. will meet with Mrs. Hammond, fin;) 7th Street south tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. * * * Tho officers and teachers of the United Church Sunday school will meet tonight at Mrs. W. L. Wilson's home, to arrange for the annual picnic. Three member!! of Lethbridge units have been awarded military medals for good work at the. front, according to tho lists issued on KaLirday from Ottawa. Two are artill"vy ">"n !iml one a member of the Lethbridge Highlanders. Those awarded medals are: Pte. Edward Win. Mceres, No. 201929 of the 3!)th Battery. Thh; is the third military medal won by members of tlm 3:1th. Sergt. K. .1. L'nwln, Xo. STll.'S, of the 20th liat.tery. Sergt. rnwln is the third man of the 20th to receive the military modal. Xo. 7;i7n7S. pic. O. Oliver of the Lethbridge Highlanders. Christ opherscin. In taut ry. t-l.r)-)2:,Si Corp. It. .1. Clapp. Mnchtn Guns. tr>f>:','l-l) Corp. II. Glendining, Infantry. (SfinfiH) Pie. A. .1. Cobum, Artillery. (3(>7li'M) Sergt. 1". I.). Cuckwoll, Artillery. The particular acts for which the honors have; been awarded have not become known as yet in Canada. LONDON EXCITED ABOUT A "ROMNEY" 1 Mr. Huntingdon an American collector brought suit against an art dealer for the return of $100,000 paid for nn alleged Uomney, supposed to be a portrait of Mrs. Scott Slddons and her sister. The trial created unusual interest, particularly the facetiousnesB of Mr. Justice Dar ling. The picture Is here hung in tlio court. Mrs. J. S. Duff, wife of the late Minister of Agriculture for Ontario, accompanied by Miss Ruth, is spend ing tho summer with Mrs. Ferguson Irwin, south. The first of a scries of lectures on I canning will be given by Mrs. It. II. 1 Davidson, a specialist in household i science of Toronto University to- j morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the 1 Elks rooms, Fifth street south. Can- I ning of vegetables and garden stuffs will bo the subject dealt with to- I morrow. These lectures are free to ! everyone and it is hoped that a largo number of women will take udvantago of this excellent opportunity to loam ! how to scientifically put up foodstuffs I for winter use. * * CRAWFORD-CLOUT1ER | On July 12th the marriage took ; place at San Diego, California, of j Mr. H. W. Crawford, sales manager | of the Chinook Collieries In Lethbridge and Miss Violet Janet Clout-ler. Mr. and Mra. Crawford returned yesterday to the city after a honeymoon spent at Vancouver and Banff. � ' KEE-RIDER Mr. Harry George Kee and Miss Edith Floretta Itidej w.ore united in mariiago last Saturday, July 21, at the Christian Church, F, .A. Andrews officiating. Mr. Kee is a farmer of Coaldale and the bride is a daughter of Mr. George Rider who lives a few miles east of Lethbridge. CRANE-BENUM At 5 p.m. Wednesday July 11 a very interesting wedding took place at the homo of the paBtor of the Wesley Methodist church, Medicine Hat. Tho contracting parties were Lynniva Elizabeth Crane, daughter of Mrs. Alcock, Seven Persons, and Conrad Gottfrler Benuni, of Valley View, Alta., son of A. M. Benum of Thsond-jom, Norway. Mrs. R. II. Watson and daughter, Janet of Mountain Park, who have been visiting Mrs. CI. A. Thompson, left today to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). Klnniburgh, her daughter 1 sout|, of i>urp|0 Sprints. 108 12th St. A 1 On Thursday, July in, a lawn party was given by Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Coombs at thoir home in Cardston in honor of their eldest son, Leo M., who was married recently, to Miss Le Vaun Peterson of Welling. The lawn was beautifully decorated with incandescent lamps. Thoso present were Pres. and Mrs. E. J. Wood, Bp. and Mrs. .1. T. Brown, Mrs. H. M. Washington, July 2.'!.-Regulation of ocean steamship rates between the United States and allied nations, has been agreed upon in principle by the Am-erican and British govern-inc-iitfi. * �> DISCUSS PAVING North Lethbridge Ratepayers May Decide What Class Paving They Want m Ubts Meek in the Cit^ Churches fit Brown, Mrs. E. C. Woolf, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Fletcher of Cardston, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Jones of Lethbridge. Dr. Ellis Shipp, Miss If. Davis and Miss Jeremy' of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Ira 11. Fletcher of Magrath, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson and Miss Geneva Peterson'of Welling, Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Woolloy of Raymond, .Mrs. C. C. Stutz of Doazer, Mrs. lone C. Walburger of Leavltt. Misses Fanny aud Ela Coombs, Mr. Leslie and Samuel Coombs with Misses Vera Walbruger, Verena Stutz and Mary Woolley serving. refreshments. Christian Science-Wednesday at 8 p.m., testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission-Tuesday at 8 p.m., Prayer and The Word. Thursday, 8 p.m.. Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A nearly welcome to all. At St. Cyprian's.-Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of intercession. Thursday afternoon tho women of the church sew at the Red Cross rooms. At the United Church.--Tonight at X o'clock, Christian Endeavor. Tuesday at S p.m., meeting of the adult class for further organization. Wednesday, tho Sunday school picnic will bo held at the experimental farm. At Wesley.-Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer meeting, topic, "Tho Great Need of tho Church." Thursday at 3 p.m., meeting of tho W.M.S. in thn church parlor. Next Sunday Rev. Mr. Dobson will bo in charge of the services for tho last time. At Baptist.-Tonight at 8 o'clock a mooting will be held in the church, which will be addressed by Rev. A, G. Baker of Bolivia. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Wednesday afternoon the Sunday school picnic will bo held at Henderson park. It is likely that a meeting of a number of north and south side ratepayers will lie held shortly to consider whether l.'lth St. should have a niaca* dam paving or bitulithle. Tho council is undecided. It will gather art much information as it can about macadam, which is very much cheaper, and if that stylo is decided upon, a by-i law will oe prepared and forwarded to the board of utilities for sanction. I Figures showing the relative cost of the two kinds of paving will be published in the Herald shortly. At. this morning's meeting the CP. U. wrote asking the city to repair tho platform on the south side of tho depot. Tho request was referred to Commissioner Grace. The Board of Health will be asked whether it desires that Sanitary Inspector Vallance be sent to the convention of the Sanitary Inspectors Association in Regina on July 20 and 27. The request for wage increases from the power house and street railway employees was referred to Commissioner Freeman. Mayor Hardie, vice-president of thai Union of Canadian Municipalities, will likely attend tho annual conveltnon in London, on August 25, 2fi and 27. Tho mayor is going to make a strong effort to land tho convention for Lethbridge In 191S. The city has made arrangements with the St. Augustin's church to take over the care of the Anglican cemetery. Work on the fair buildings will'be commenced this .week according to a telephone message received by Commissioner Grace, from Capt. Sutherland of the militia department who will have charge of the work. About $6,000 will be spent in putting the buildings back into condition. Military men from tho engineers will be employed In doing tho work. The job will be rushed and if it is desired to hold a fat stock show next spring, the buildings will be in shape for that purpose. SIAM, LATEST COUNTRY TO MAKE WAR DECLARATION London, July 22.-Siam has declared that a state of war exists with Germany and Austria, according to a Router dispatch from Bangkok. Nino steamers, aggregating 19,000 tons, havo been seized. The object of Siam's declaration is to "uphold tho sanclty of international rights against nations showing contempt for the principles of humanity and respect for small states." FOR THE GOLFING GIRL Smart tailored shirt in Irish Linen, trimmed with pearl buttons, and black crepe de chene tie. RYLANDSV RUMMAGE SALE Bigger and Better Than Ever. Another Bargain List for Tuesday and Wednesday Morning. Avoid Afternoon Crowds. Shop in the Morning. WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Fine quality Unit combinations. 3 C to 42 sizes. Lace trimmed at knee. Cumfy Cut or Collior Cut styles. |day�. Somo with elastic tops , tor. slight figures, . also other .cornets up to $1.75,, ' fln^ Oil sale ..