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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JI'LY 2.3, nun TIIF. LKTimmiKiK DAILY 1IEIULIJ JULIE MILADI liavlnt Irl! lucre i t Mr. anil Mrs. J. Irfi ftsr ami olher coaslal dlies nsl ivcck end. Mr. Arthur Uaallni spend .Monday in ami was a fcueat at the Pal- liser. Roy U. Inniati. has been over- seas with tho 12ih Aerial Kiiuadron lor" two years, arrived home Jay and v.'ill speml Itifi summer with his jiarcntp, Mr, Bud Mrs. D. W. man. One of.tlie mosl fasliionalilc Ormolid. H.A., l.l-.ll.. sun of .Mr and Mrs. Ij- Qrmonil. of Auilicrsl IUT imi'lL1, Mr. David of I a strihtix thai vi CanarKaus, have no national fia fly in ilit- lii ot Canada. All Ihc ol (lie allirj ntiiiniiR are wavius in tne dly, ini-ludiiiK o; ihe old Javk. whit-It j Is al iiiTrienl the Itap ol ilic cylonfvs. El-jL have no dNituctly CunadijiU l{ is tiuie wo j.-as individuality ojuugli and ha-; pluyoj rvn imporiaiu enough nert. in the Tory ot tlio world iu toisi a flaR div tlncily aer natiounIiTy. The 'h-1 fhi- merchant marine, the roal uf amis ou ilie red Lmt-Xgruuud i-; lilt' {'aiiaclian flag. While the cus- loni of UahiR h is tarrlpil out. I SI wiiiinut auihoiLtv. 1 lu arming lur r. iLTuadian j flas. U in nui beiiUlitiK Liie ('111011 Jnik whicli will over represem tiolillliy and jiglil and all ihe colonir-ri. li n unly calliny for an eiulileu) lo diauiirlly t'aiiiJa (in suuli 01 as ttiiy. Tlie I'nioii Jack would of couise he a pan of the design. Krauro has uresfiiied Viuiy to t'auada. It has been asked shall Iluai aljuvc It. lo show tliui II is How vrill It hu shown to ihe world lhal Ylmy Hidse uelones lo Here ts work for ihe Canadian chili. (lie local couuHl ol lite I. O. IX K. A movement should nc set on fool lo create A public seimiiu'iu Ihal will tall Tov SOCIAL EVENTS v -I- On tUc evening of July 10, 1913 Mr. and Mrs. diaries H. -Wcatfiaic, of Byremorc, Alia.. t celebrated the j 25lh Btinlvcrnnry of their ircdilln? Oay i o at tt.-c homo el Mr. anil Mrs. Wllllnm Comiibcll, oT Hut iilace. (Mrs. Camp At Knox manse on Moiulay. July the llev. A. U. Dtnoon united hi inerrlage Miss. Kslher Jensen and Mr f'.oy Ochle, uolli of Aeltia. Mr. Uoblc IK returned soldier anil he and Me hiiilc will make their lie mo ai Aetna LIBRARY GIVEN BY I.O.D.E. hen The a ol Mrs. only imincJiato ding 1-oHdon season Ovrilcs a eently met at St. church. Ish Place. The hriile elect was-ii dauKlUer of tlio Colonel Horace and was one of Ihc prettiest of the brides. The church was relatives, niul very inlinialR Hofrcfhnienls were OahUlly scrrntl (his and lousls were atfercU In which Ihc gucsl s csprcsfced, Lhcir hpnrljr EouU wishes to the happy counlc. Mr. ami Mrs. -were (he reciylcnls or a number of) bcnutifu) useful Mr. und Mrs. Wcslijiilc lonnc-rly KIXQSTOX July Sir John French Daughters of the En: pirc, nf New York. Dcaji ytarr lias presented Queen Military hnsnlU) -wllh a well assorted library of htitwccn 40a and. 500 looks. of Ayr, received fatal Injuries ny a tall into a cuhprL while i iiis hpiuc ulouij Lhe railway Au inlvis-ojy uniiuutic lo ashift iu vW ol ihe Factory Art hi Tour Altn-ria rllles ulll bt -AV- by ilm guYtTinnerii as suon us iiOHiiiialion-i rjr the of lIn: I'iiipUmuK ItufrtPls arc re ceivf-d. t'lidtr Ui'.1 .lUtondujeuL lo Ku- an U il itt fuive ID cfci-li u: liifso cillcs a roninihtvp ol ilirte as (u Hit- numlA'r of hour A llitil shall by it) lortc in ilial pluce, llui be !n fon-u for Iiniiih-. wc-rk- Tin.1 nre (D huvc one on cacli cuuunlllPe, Ihf our. tbc ftOYernmeni .111 name (lie third. iroui tlsc aiul Hut alrtady born iiumr-J. bsit ihi-- (ruveinmeiiL is Mail- In K f'H" (ItC1 of lllf Pin- s L'tture jiroit'CilinK io appoint Us own tncLi. lluants ot irndc in cUie.3 aro eipiticU to U. S. flEPRESENTATlVE DIES SUDDENLY July 2X-Itepresen faliie J. W. of Soulh Car sLii'itrily today fn Ihl ofluo (f a pliysU'lan. It. Arthur (ho phys'cJau .v.n'i Mr. anic unconsriom wliL's ucng Ireaifi.l for nasal (roubU tliai efforts PI rfvim him Airs. J. lioyle, Uellevlllc, lost )ier -iitcnte-uld son hy being strangleli BITRO PHOSPHATE Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. FOR THIN.DELICATE NERVOUS.ANAEMIC k PEOPLE A Big Bam Dance Will Be Held on At Lathrop DelanyVBarn, 12 Miles East of Lelhbridge. Five-piece Orchestra, Barn Lighted by Electricity. The proceeds will he lined to liny oil ihe balance on the piano of Hie Ueaily Made School District. ADMISSION, PER COUPLE I REFRESHMENTS SOLD ON THE PREMISES -SUMMER SALE Begins oil Thursday at 10 O'clock and Continues for the Next 10 Days IT'S THE FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL SUMMER STOCK 1 The fixed policy of this store calls for the absolute clearance of all lines during.the waion for which they were theiiceomplishment of this real values and, in many cases actual costs, are given no consideration in ihe pricing of these tines which have all received quick marching orders.; EVERYTHING BELONGING TO SUMMER GO 7 We do not intend to carry into the fall seasWa'single sumrter line that we can find other owners for before that time. Every department has been carefully inves- tigated and summer lines of every kind prominently displayed and re-priced for quick and final tale. iv .-v; ITEMS MENTIONED HERE ARE ONLY REPRESENTATIVE OF SCORES'OF OTHER EQUALLY ENTICING VALUES THAT AWAIT YOUR PERSONAL VISIT, FOR THE FIRST THREE DAYS EVERYTHING THROUGHOUT THE STORE IS REDUCED, OFFERING SAVINGS OF 10 TO 40 PER CENT. OF ORIGINAL PRICES, AFTER WHICH WE WILL FEATURE FROM DAY TO DAY SPECIALLY SELECTED LINES OF COMPELLING INTEREST. READ EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY, BUT MORE IMPORTANT STILL, INVESTIGATElrHE SCORES OF OTHER SAVINGS NOT MENTIONED HERE, AND IN WHICH YOU CAN SAVE MANY A DOL- LAR. EACH AND EVERY BARGAIN LINE AGAIN FORCIBLY DEMONSTRATE THE FACT THAT IT MEANS MUCH MONEY SAVED TO SHO P AT CLARKE'S. Finest Silk lisle Hose 88c Regular Value These arc tho very fincM lyto of silk lislo-hose it Is possible lo procure and linen which Vc have secured lo feature ns special linc.i find Ijolicr lliaii value Jl.QO. Sliown In black, while and tan, hcmmcil ond rllibcd (ops. Tlcgular and O, S. sizes. Other hose reduced for ihe Mid-Summei' Sale. Fine Quality Union Suits 98c Regular Value Fine rtbbnil nnil Porous Knit excellent -value a( regular price, Mftdc in sizca to wide Elceves. A'ery .ipCclnl value at the S-ilo I'rlce. Olher special values in underwear. A Full New Stock of Gossard Corsets Just arrived by express. With lite lilea of rendering the women of Mils cily and (Ustrtcl Iho_ best possible flcrvlcc, unhcsKaHugly