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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917 TIIE LF.TIlBniDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEF SOMETHING POING AT TOMOR A Farewell Sendpff to the balance of, all our Skirts, Dresses, Suits and Coats. The Best Bargains in Ready-to-Wear merits in the history of this or any store in Lethbridge. n u u rf .WILL. BUY A SUIT T1IAT FORMPR- LY SOLD AT ALL N1NV SUITS THIS -SEASON! i i- _ i lAU Garments at Factory Prices; -I Suits in this lot uy Jas hig-h as noiie ]lcss than A good 'as- of plain and ,l novelty suits to choose J2Q off all Fancy Silk-Waists Tor any suit that TVC us- ually sold 'for up to real clever '.suits' ill alVtiuUiew and colorings. 120 off :all Serge Skirts those smart Sport 'fcoats, made ; (weeds, serges. i in this lot up as }Ihigh as 'I Alteration charges on all sale goods For some olVtltesc clever coats that we are 'asking for. Every coat must be clearejl ,ont inside the next 10 days. j Cut-Price Garment Sale i .-Smart Silk and Serge Dresses worth up to i will be on sale .this ijprlce. A good assortment j to choose from. THURS. HERALD t. f-'.f i for gdrding this wonderful PHONE 1224 frid-'ioij le" to take dp (heir rceldenco at Nelson, b. C. Mre.v n. Urch, of Monarch, haa re- urneil from Ilochcstvi. ftiiuii., is'here she underwent a successful ,lon, i Tho Win One Class ot Ihe Viral aiJlitl- Sunday School will rueot to- Ight al 7 o'clock" In the Red Crocs 00015 for I Miss Kathloon Lynn of IhU city was ino of thbsevcn graduates of the Holy Jross hospital, Calgary, who gradual- d last flight. ecus Mrs. S, J, Shepherd whb.aUendtd io musical frstlv'al at Ednioilton. ator visiting Mrs. J. A. Palmer at returned home. Heul. S. E. HplIyoiaD, who has cccotjy returned from. artillery Bchool-at haa a Jew days In Ibe clly. GREAT VARIETY MDIES and CHILDREN 'RADUJli'lltK HOSIERY. For ladles' pluk, tanJ. prarl. also white wlili black hair liuo strlpas, with high Bpllcctl lisle heeli. 1 nft pair -'livW "FOUR THREAD ITALIAN HEAVY SILK HOSE. C'.iaran- toed EUlnteas full fatihioiied uuil bcariless.: J A_ 10. Specially prlccil. STIRLING HOSIERY. Vegetable silk, sky. plnhi hello; maize and brown. Kizca tu 10, OQ- Regular lie. Special, pair I ,CLOVE SILK HOSIERY. IJlack. malto aud pearl Siics lo 'Jii. nn Ter'palr i.UU A NEW SHIPMENT of Niagara Maid Ulovo SilX Han: bronze, pully aud dark green. Sizes pair............................. C.3U ,LISLE SOCKS. For children lo .lj; ycs.s old. Wbllo with colored stripes and elastic wlili-li prevent the sock from falling dow.n Iho chlld'e. n legs. All spi'Clally priced, pair 30c and I 2 of for Sai at The "BAY" llrs. K. F. Laytou who attended, the musical festival at Edmonton and ipent a few 'days with Mrs. A; South- aril al Calgary, relurned Lome 'yes- :erday. MlBa Maude Pallsoh, of S59 Queens- berry Ave., North left Vancouver by S.S. Charmer on May 21sl to visit Sirs. .Gerald D. Youiit', Verndllcu Lodge. North Sill Spring Island, II. C-, (nee Miss of Cbamnlon, Alberta.) Tomorrow uie Major Jack Hoss Chapter, I.O.D.E., will pppcal .lo the public for funds to carry on Ihelr patriotic work. Six thousand roses made by crippled children In Toronlo havo anil will be used aa lage. Tha principal down7 corners will be manned by an efficient band of taggers and a house (o houee canvass will he made. The. taggers arc nskcd lo lie at their corners puncl-1 ually :at 0 o'clock. Those wlip'hare not 'already received boles and 'tags aro asked to get Ihcm before, that hour al rooms 4 and 5 Shepard block, (over: Good' Co.'s sloro.) Part of Ihc proceeds of the lag day will be given lo Ihe Veteran's home and the1 war orphan's.-' -Mrs. A. E. Gooderhani, of Toronto, was re-elected' of (he Daughters of Ihe Empire of Canada r.1 the' meeting of the National Chap- er. Victoria. Mrs: Goodcrham-hashcld he office since the retirement Ijhffrner, five years ago. Other officers were'elected 03 [ol-. Mrs. C. P. B. JonhstonVpf'neglha; MrV'McClliAont, ot Jlackenzie arid-Mrs. W. nldilell, of Toronto; secretary. Mrs. Auden, of Toronlo; treasurer. Mrs. John Bruce, of Toronlo; organizing secretary; Mrs! To- ronto; educational secretary, Mrs. G. H- Smith, of St. Catherines; bearer, Jlrs. If. H.: FraEervvot New Westminster. In SI. John's church..Medicine Hal, by Hov.; J. W. Morrow, Mr.-.VR. R. Marshall, oi Cowlcy, Alia., was'unlted In Uoly wedlock to JIIss Drlta.M. Bko- lund, of.AldcrEon, on. WaJtteadayjyen- Irig, May 30th. ECONOMY IN LEATHJR Simple Meatures -Recommended for Increasing Iht Wear of Shoes and Preiervlng Harriett. ''War demands for soldiers' shoes, leather for harness, leather for equipment'of many kinds. In 'ihlg country-there Is no. surplus thai we can afford 'to .waste''any of H; and It is Wasting leather not lo cflro for' and preserve It properly. In Ihe army II we will 13BI longer, we will riot nee'dVio jnany now ones, and Uiero will he. more left others. The following' s'rig- gcsllo'ns can'ic utilized by everyone who walks. Save Shoes should be oiled or greased whenever the' leather begins lo get lard 'or dry. They should be uriish- cd thoroughly, and then all the-dirt knd mud llial remains waalicd off kwith ffarmvwaler, Ihrj excess, laken.'off .cloth; While' the BhoW aro allll wet and warm, apply the. oil orr-grease with a sw.ab of wool or flannel, It IB. best'to hare [he oil or grease about as warm aa the band can iiid It should be rubbed w.ell Into the lealber, :prefer- palm. Jf-flecesEal? the oil can be an'plied to'dry bul It pcnelralcs betler when the latter j wet. After treatment, Ihe nhoes aho.uld be-le'ft to dry In a place Ihal (s warm, riol Castor oil Is sallsfactory for Ihal are lo be-polished; for-plainer footgear olelno may be .substituted. l( to make the sKo'ca and boots more waterproof, beef tallow mar-be idd- cd lo any of thcee aubttantes al the rate'.of half a .of, tallow to a pint of oil. ,'fht edge of'lhe aole and Ihc.. welt greased thorough- .Too hlicli 'grease can not be ap- plied In Ibc'se liarls, A simple method of miking the tyles-more IIH water ra'snrtani-hdo swib'thcm ocnlhiital- Ir with linseed oil, setting them aside 1-MnnT com man shoii "A Al r only, 36 Inch in' black reeeda, sane, navy arid nigger brown. Regular price Positively your lasl Opportunity -1 nn lo buy at Ihls special pries. Yard. 1 J yards Anderson's 'Scotch Ginghams In Shep- herd's Checks. On sale Saturday. BOO Remnanls of Rlbbnni, Lacts, Allovcr Em- broideries, Fancy Nell, Millinery Tulle- and Em- broidery Edging. Must be cleared Saturday at a fraction of Ihe real value. CANDY SPECIAL Put; up In 2 Ib. lots. Grocers' Mixed Candy Special, Z Ibs. for....................-.----- Extra Special Selling of Men's ,'i, Shirts at Men's Negligee Shirts In soft and slitf OQ. cuffs. 03C MEN'S WORK SHIRTS A aplendld line of light weight materials In OQ- aeeorted colors. Extra special Men'c Medium Weight White Cotton Night Shlrti.' Special Boys'; Extra Special White Cotton Night CQ., Shlrta. 03C Curtain Requisetes CURTAIN NETS. In ivory and ecrd shades, 36 Inches wide. In neat patterns. n Special, yard....................'........ CRETONNES. 27 inches wide in light and oo dark colors. Special, yard............... LtLtC. MADRAS MUSLIN. With double border, 35 wide. Very'special! yard SCRIM.' In Ivory and ecru tnade's, 36 Inches wide: Very fine quality. WINDOW SHADES.'In dark green with insertion trimming. Strong spring roller, 36 inches 'OQ wide, 72 Inches long. Special, each MEN'S.'IJOOTS Broken Hoes In Men's' Dross Shoes from our regular Eloch. Variety ol lasts vJth receding or block Lue. Lace or bal- lon siylo ID patent leathers, clolh lop. llox calf gunmeUl and vicl kid bluchera. SIzts C lu 10. Ftcgular Friday MV} Saturday, pair...... LADIES' SHOES Ilrokcn linc-s in lajles' styles Including late ami LiuUon. Kill or clolli lops. Dlack kid or lie.- wiili patent toe cops and Cuban liccls C. I) and K slipiicrs anil pumps. Sizes "Hf, J OQ to ncBttlar So.iO. Spcflal. pr. LADIES' FANCY In black and colorcO kid patc-nt, ers. IMalu or colonial styles with Ir.rge or small buckles, ['lain toe or latest wine stitched SiiCs to Valycs Lo Si.GO. Friday and Saturday Special, pair A C WORK HOOTS Men's black or tan boots made from Hrownco call leather ivhlch I5 noi effected by manure, slops or acids. not get hard a.s it Is (aimed especially for rough'wear aotl adajilcd Cor Ihc USD ol stablemen, teamsters, dalrvmen. feeders and farmers. Sizes G Lo 11. Regular SC.OO. A QA Special ........................T.OJ CHILDREN'S SAND COLORED CANVAS HOOTS Willi (eaihe-r soles, heel ami top. Real summer Sizes 11 la 13. rj p Special J TUe same as above. Sizes 1 lo 5. Special, patr................. 1.85 MEN'S SAX1) COLORED OXFOKDS Canvas make with leather sole, tip'and facings around Lop and eyclel.s t a supnorl across vamp. Very light for summer wear. Special, patr l.WJ ARE SELLING AG- ENTS >'OK GIFFIN'S SHOE POLISHES, DKESSINGS CREAMS Fo- ai! chocs and shadec, jlso white KTd- Inc For cleaning white, kid' fllovei and while kid shoes. Makct them like new Injuring the kid- TAPESTRY RUGS In Oriental and Floral Colors. Good Quality: Size yds. Size 3x3 yds....... Size yds. Size 3x4 BRUSSELLO RUGS For Bedrooms in tan shades. Sizes 2 by 3yards. Rfgular r Special 4.95 f. r BEAUTIFUL DRESSES SELLING SATURDAY at PRICES LESS WAN COST OF MANUFACTURE Crepe rie Cheiie iircsses in two pieces. I'osc and white, nigger and white, apple green anrt while sport styles, also a handsome gold crejic de ctictie. A niaizc ninoii and bliic satin com- binatioii. A rose and navy Crepe de Cheiie, Candy Stripe and Sand Combination. All the suunuer gowns aud worth iip to Special Selling GROCERY LIST at The "BAY" loric, fr Large 3 pounds Tor Rye Flour, 10 'pound sacft. Fancy Lemoni. Per Juicy Per dozen Fancy -T 3 cakes TK box'- Red Chew Gallon Red Quart Sour, Red Crcij'wMte Bottle Pure Olive OH Quart ilnt Fairy Sodaa. Pliln or salted. 'Tin Pint Bottles ._____. Quart Bottles 25c 60c 30c 30c 20c LIO 35c 40c 1.05 40c Pure Flavoring Raspberry and Straw- berry, 16 ounce bottles............, Pimenlo and Celery Olives. Bottle.............................. ChrlsUe's Arrowroot Biscuits Pound Peaches, Gallon tins Each............................... English Golden Syrup 10 Ib. tins.......................... Imported Datet in 1 Ib. pkgs. PacFagr........................... ''Ammonia Powder 2 packages........................ Mother's Macaroni 2 packages ..............f........., Panshine and Royal Crown Cleanser 3 for.............................. 90c 25c 30c 45c 48c To Introduce This New Tea BRAND We Oiler at This Social Price "rerlb.-45c A 25c ,25c Deep Sea Trflut 1 cans fop.............. Corned Beef .Per tin Salad Dreulng Per bottle French Peas, Per tin Red Roie Tea, Ib. tin Per tin Sani Fluth 2 llni'for 35c 40c 38c 1.25 45c Season's Pure Maple Syrup f i j............40c Quart Cans........x...... 70c Half Gallon Cans udson's Bau (fompanij. fro' I FOR THE PEOPLE" BtBMOT t. niln, It'ls also llkclr to cause tem- porary Injury lo the tool. a tendency {o h'nrden Ihc" leather make 11 moro liable, lo IOB? alioo Iho eldo. This throws tho shoe out of shape anil soon retail la 111 neglected wllhoul Injury ilhal M Ha durtbllltr. -jll should be freqvitntH-. Who M rtoneiln tepid Mtl- A spollge ler rljfelnf In oMan Te'lK'fore olthg. neal'9-foot or hajf-i i ihere may he'somo (allow' In Ihc The applications should be light driving and liberal tot hflrpcss. oil, warm lo the hand, aparo' rash li 'rubbed fhoroilghly Info the leather yHrte Ills Ihc washing, fcc'css 611 which the leather Is 1111-. flfle laha-.up iBhoild i be rcmovccl wllfi a clean, drr cloth. ON THE FARM j i f iiJrhfolher 'day wo heard young fAnher losing ti valuable pure-bred. which he paid a prlcci run. 'Kltig well down the Lcns'of hundreds, this young man Is n successful farm- er who had gorxl crops for the pasl iwo or lliroo had saved a considerable sum and wa4 turning his sparei cash Inln liUre-brofl slalllon an oulBlandlog specimen of Ihf: brcerl rinil well worlh Ibc nlon- fty-paltl for him. Utt wns Insured, but al of March, (lie Insurance ran efit flnd WHS nbl renewed. The moral Is plain, es- pecially animals, .and ot UVctn means the rear gono'al orle Crack. rUve-aI6ck Insurnncc pays, so docs ftrd Inauranco, and also ball Insurance. The loss of crops from.ball storfila during the pasl Ibrec years In Alberta hfli bccii very heavy. Tamers (n lo- callLles never touched hy hall bsforo In tho memory of the got badly balled out last year anrt.the loss- cs to Individual farmers ell aver West- ern Canada wero very severe. In Saa- anil Alberta the ball Insur- ance companies and the hall corrjmls- Gldna lost upwards of f cr.i should rlik lltcy" cannot'afford 'io f'bank wealber" cspcclnlly In Ihese Ilinn of "dear wages Knd costly seed. All Ihe value ot Ihe cropt tmr- vestcrl-this Ibe farmer who Is wiped out by kill thin summer Is going to be pnltjr ly "bit." ;