Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY.-JULY 27, 1917 TIE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Filial Clearance Prices on Many Lines of Sum- mer Merchandise FOR SATURDAY Wool Jersey Suits Regular J35.00 Vaiijt Jojt three bit. Green; gold blue. Very Emart styles. popular this Taffeta Silk Suits, 827.50 Regular Value Just Iwo letl- Black and HussSau green, silk lined. Smartest styles'of the Eeason. SPLENDID" COTTON HOSE 25c Black and colors. All sizes. HEAVY SILK HOSE Black, while aud various colors. CHAMOISUEDE GLOVES TVntte, groy, Ian, etc, ALL WASH SKIRTS While, checks, stripes and other colors. CLARKE'S ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS- 95c Fine lisle ribbed. Special'value. SALE OF WASH DRESSES up lo J13.50. TAFFETA AND CREPE DE CHENE Large assortment of best colors. PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES 20% on snil colors. All new shapes EIGHTH ANNUAL MID-SUMMER SALE! The Chautauqua Week of August 7th to 13th A whole week's cntertaln- niellz v.'orlk coming mllea to Bee. OF PARTICULAR INTER- EST TO PEOPLE OF THIS DISTRICT WHO LOOK TO LETHBFIIDGE AS THEIR CENTRE OF AMUSEMENT. .1 Iron Springs Man Expects Fair Yield on His Farm, Despite Dry Weather A. McDonald, postmaster at Iron Springs, In tile city yeslfcrflay, and lo the Herald he Elated thai he expected to be harvesting spring wheat by the tfrsl ot August. Mr. McDonald lias a Held ol spring wheat', on. what fie considers Iteht, rather poor land.-' They ;liave. been Vllhoul rain, slnca about (ho middle ol June. In spile oMLU fact he says his wheat will yield1 from 12 to H bushels to Ihc acre ol a good grade ol wheat. TLe result to him Is-Bur- "Two: JOR is woqTH WHJJ._E prislnc. Tie heads are filling talrly l, tliough they are small. On heav- ier land In his district the harvest will not start BO early but the yield will be around 25 bushels to Iba acre without any more rain. Over at Tur- in, where they uud an extra, rain lat- er ID lli'o season, Borne" rields will yield 30 to 35 bushels. This will be on summer fallow and new land. The ground la very dry but the wheat was well rooted and the straw full ol sap when thu dry spell started. This sap seems to bo sufficient lo fill Hie heads lalrly W'cll. is convinced that Q country that will raise crops as.good as this In spite of Ihe adverse conditions In 'July must be alright. SETTLE WITH TELEGRAPHERS Winnipeg. July Lhrce months ot negotiations, "llie-'C. P. H- Telegraph company and Us -operators have readied an agreement. -Western, .operators .will work hours oh clay shifts'; 7 hours on night slfffls, Btarllng after S p.m. and hours on "split LrJcks." The mini- mum salary will be a month, rls- IEE maximum of C. P. R. Asked To Tnrn Irriga tion Water Into Coulees to Help Cattle LIQUID The Newest-, licst, ami Cheapest Polish for Floors (great on any Cedar mop) .Fji'rnilure, oors grea on any edar mop) .Fji'rnilure, arnlihed Woodwork, for Cleaning and Poliihirjg Etc., Etc.- It Cleans All Surfaces Best for Dusting Buy it from Your Dealer MADE BY Mpir Manufacturing Co. 1 Edmonton The dry weather In Southern A bcrta [IDS affected surface water su piles In some parts ot Iho ranchln tlfslricts. .In order lo overcome la difficulty an appeal was made lo Pre sJLtlent Marnpcli, and the folio win telegrams belween'htm an P. L. Naismith of the C.P.II. will plain the possibilities of ovcrconiin plrl ot tho trouble: Lelbbrltfge, .July, 2filh. 191 P. L. NaismlLh, C.P.R., D.N.H., Calgary, v Representative farmers Klpp Coul District stale drouth .conditions, a fcctlug .livestock and farming open lions and your company's assist an c a's given during "nineteen fourteen b turning irrigation water into near Stirling would'be greatly" appr elated. G. R. MATINOCII, Lcihbridge Board Calgary, July 27.-1317; G. K. Mnrnoch. Lclhbrldge, '.'_ -Yours twenty-siilb, TvlH be pleased lo turn some water rtown Kip CoulBB as soon as irrigation stress over, but cannot do so while water required [or Irrigation purposes'. P. NAISMITH. CHARGED WITH MURDER SL John, N.B., July prclii tnary examination o( John O'Brien an Everett striking' plumber charged 'Tllh the' murder ITarrlB, a plumber apprentlce.'wiB llnucd today In, Ihe pollca court, an may be concluded tonight.. Harris, father ol the young man WHS killed, said he was in error whe in laying Information against these two men, he said, he did so on ac- count of a statement made by-r-Jobri O'Drlen and Erereti'Carland. He'sald he did not mean John his brother Joseph. No acllun this has yet developed. PHONE Mr. uud Mrs. N. Merrlam ot ucky Strike are In tho city, P. E. Trautman o[ the C. P. II., peg, was ID the city yesterday (or a ie[ visit. Mrs. T. Stubbs who has Lccn holl- at Jilalruiore lias returned to c city. Mr. James Nation. Lla stsler Miss nnle Hallcm aod Miss Gor- of Plnch'cr Creek have Bpcuil- ig a few days In the cllj. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. lllglnbotham avo remored from, 11215 Victoria treaua lo suite Wcstrnlnslcr Bulletin. The Prolheon class o[ Wesley mrch will hold a pantry sale tfliuor- aftcrDOon, corn'meoclnu at 3.30 n Good Co.'s store., Mrs. E HIpley et Xrcola, Sask., wtio as been the guest ot her sister, Mrs. j Kennedy, Is leaving today wlt.li er little son and Miss Dorothy Ken- edy, to visit relatives lu Calgary. Mrs. George Staccy and Misses Dor- and Avis Stacey are leaving the icglnning ol aeit week to spend tho month of August at Daoff, later golug o the coast. A splendid time was spent last ev- ening by the. girls uhc-n Miss .111 ton and Misses I'aullno and Hai Russell entertained Ihe operating itaH'oC the telephone office at a dum- ber parly la honor ot Miss vbo Is leaving for her homo lu oba and Misp Isabel Cousins who is also leaving for her home In New lampslilro. Music ar.d dancing were kept up until the early morning. Sev- eral [lailillghts were taken. After the eervlnfj of dainty refreshments he guests left for 'Uieir homes. was voted a huge success by all. Mrs. Barnard, wife or Uie lleulcn ant-governor, signed QIC liret econ- omy pledge card.atA'lctbrla lasl weclc ivhen five hundred women met under Iho auspices ot the household econ-I oniy committee ol Ihe Local Coun- cil pi Women. :A resolution endorsing ratidoal economy, 'two meatless days a week, and the elimination of the wastage of grafa.Jfpr; Mcoliollc pur- poses was Miss president, said In Uie course 6[ a few remarks: "Our mam object Is lo make economy useful to our. empire and We are asked to be .unselfish, on "a, large and to think of our brothers and 'sisters across thiuk ,toysee_ what youV nei'ghbor Is doing. Judge for yourself what you should do and do vBlRhop SchofleW- Impres- BlVe I'addrefis'1' eipr'eued'the opinion empire, de- perid.ed. oTi.ihe enrollment of the ar- mies" afid that" the rank and t lie of people must settle down to serious thinga. Miss .the domestic science expert, suggested government regulation 'of food sup- plies In KotelB and a proTlncfal food advisor who would he ablo to give bal- anced, rations vreek by week during yearl Mrs. Davenport urged rin appeal (or the. manutacLui'e of olco- ine lo lake the placa o[ butter. rrVancouver Dally 1 -c- THRIFT. WHEAT YIELD ITOBA. All Untrimmed Hat Shapes from to All Trimmed Hals from to I iLL J-' Lethbndge Millinery Co [V. July J.v-.S.'i Maxwell, manager -Wcsienj Canada Flour Q wlio has-recently tourefi the district, estlmnlos ff tat, ten .to 12 He commence about August Q root Mother older and is less strain on mother, grow young again. Many a mother finds Mennen's Talcum Powdet help her Ifce'I bright, dainty and fresh. Dp you tlirow "ham BraTy" or bicon Madam IlouscwUe, bccaiiae it la too greasy tor ordinary use? You should makej.ty -blond 'Into eoups or graTje4 Instead ol Iloatlnc a3 a. inaay layer on L, Stir 'tablo: of .one- Groweis. Get' vNeariy for Sold Veil1 tiUWIflDRd In Sontbctn ttroWert held their1 on- ntuil MIC, Gl.OCO pounds dlsrmi- cd.bl at a prlco ol 60% cents per pound. Trie price la not tho hlgncs.l jiald In the district Ihls year, but considering that It Is the nTCrsge price for nil erades, It la considered highly Balla- factoir. Is no', holding, a salo this year, moal of tho wool either having been solil Already by private sale or shipped (o Hie gov- errirneht warehouta at Toronto. Ship, have rocelred-word this week tbtt from C5 to 70 cents ire ho- fnir recclTcd for the'wool In store In TorcmKr and they-expect that tlioy will recclre la the neighborhood of LOOK JOB TMI FOB Chautauqua Week, Aug. 7 to 13 During this Week make the Hudson's Bay Store your Shopping Headquarters at 'MIXER'S 1TOB NAILED BOOTS Wllli fjcavy rctntorccil loathtr counttrs. Sizes C to 11. Saturday special Talr 2.99 EX LINES OF MEN'S DRESS SHOES Sizes 6 lo 10. Button or blucher styles. Reg- ular value' up to 55.50. Saturday special A rtn Pair 't.fM LADIES' FANCY STREET PUMPS. Saturday special. 3.19 LADIES' PATENT AND 'KID SHOES. With cloth tops. Very dressy.