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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JVNE 4, THE LETIffllUDGE DMIA PAGE SEVEN FAREWELL GARMENT SALE A Farewell Sendoff to the. balance of all our Skirts, Dresses, Suits and Coats. The Best Bargains in Ready-to-Wear Gar- ments in the history of this or any store in Lethbridge. s s WTLL BUY YOU A SUIT 1TIAT FOKMER- LY SOLD AT ANT) ALL NEVV SUITS TUIS SEASON., All Garments at Factory Suits In this lot worth up as high aft none less than A good as- sortment of plain and novelty suits to choose from. 20 off all Fancy Silk Waists For any suit that; we'us- ually sold for up to Some real clever suits in an the new cloths tv.; Ijftr, J ,fy and colorings. 20 off all Serge Skirts for 10 days _ For those smart Sport Coats, made frojn golf cloths, tweeds, serges. slues in this lot up as hitf! as Alteration charges on all sale goods For some of these clever coats that we are asking and ?22 lor. Every coat must be cleared out inside the next 10 days. A Real Gut-Price Garment Sale Smart Silk and Serge Dresses worth up to will be on sale at this price. A good assortment 'to from. _ WC HAVE ABOUT MX OR EIGHT LAOIBr (UITS THAT WE WERE OBLIOID TO CARRY OVER FROM LAfT SEASON. THE ARE TWEEDS AND FAPrtiV tRCKjAoES. THE M TO U ONLY. THE SKIRTS ALOHE ARE WORTH MORE THAN NO' ALTEHATIONt MADE ON THESE OAlllilENTS.V FORMER VALUES UP TO ON SALE TOMORROW. i MIL ADI iPHONE Mrs. Ceo. Slacey has returned from Calgary. t Mrs, Peter Lund-has left to the summer vrllh relatives In Delroll. i Mr. end lira. H. A. Wrlgbt hare re- lumed from a visit In cast, while away, Mr. Wright Tlflltfld Now York and Chicago. Mrs. J. Virtue his returned from nochestw, Minn., whore Mr. mother' la undergoing treatment by Droa. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter. O. K. S., will be held on Tues- day evening at olgbt o.'clock In iho MQBonlc hall All are re quested lo be present. The K nigh la of Columbua and the choir of St. Patrick's church are hold- lux an Informal Al Home on Tuesday at 9 o'clock In the K. P.-HftU In honor of Gunner Tromftn who haa Just re- turned (ram the front. All nf the choir and K. C. members and Ihelr wlrcg are in .illond. One of tho features ol the I. O. D. E. convention at Victoria vnas the presen- tation to the national chapter by-Mrs. J. EllloL LanE9tnfI, ol Hie Daughters r ibo tdupiii: ui YcT-, president o! the bt the United Stales, of a embroidered Instgna. >r Iho order." The'Inslgna has qutle a iistory. It was embroidered by pass- engers and officers.on a ship from New York to London lo attend the coronation of King George In 1911, each ptroon making a [ew stltchec. The sum ol wag raised list by the various chapters ol the .O.p.E. Ihroajhout Canada, acccrd- nff to tho rcport'of Ihe'lreasurer, Mrs. Bruce, of ToronLo. General fund re> celpts Tvere 114.614.02. with eafreodf- ures of Contributions re- celved from chapters of the order for Epectal patriotic funds totalled 017.07. Major Iloaa Chapter, I. O. I.E., will eew al tit; Hed Cross rooms omorrow nlgul at V.45. Mrrf Maiwell's section of lie Ile- ickaha will meet with Mrs. Cudoba, 513 Slh Arenue south on Tuesday at Ight p.m, Mn. E. U- KylanJs and daughter. AKQCS, have left to spent] iho aura me r at Hamilton, Orachvlllc and other east- em points. They were accompanied by Mies Hal four ol the leaching staff who bwlnf to III health has teen giv- en leave of absence. i The Tint tae day held by Die Major Jack ROM Cfaapttr, I.O.DE.. look OB Saturday with gratifying re-. Bulta, the.sum of ECGt being the gross relume. Pink and white roses made" by crippled children In Toronto uera1 Bold at and before evening tlierc were very few people who didn't have a, outlonhole. The weather was not very favorable, the morning being very chilly, but the Uggpra stayed their posts and werb well repaid for their chilled, fiagerfl. Fart o[ the proceeds will glren Veterans' Home and to a fuad'to aid vrar orphans In the city. The Members of the chapter are very enueful to the publtc for the splendid response to their app On Saturday evening. May Mabel Dunn, nurse tmlnlng al Mi a general bospUal! M-as married -quleily to Cipt J, G. McKfe, of the Army Medical CorpsJ formerly ol Taber, AlU., Rev. A. C. Wlsbart flclated the weddtDg Ws residence, 1925 5% street vest. Tho capUlu lefl on tpllowlng with a draft of the Army Medical corps alorip with a draft of the 191st for Mrs. McKIe will remain In tho 3ms pltal (or a short time, she wil1 go to OnL, to slay with her jhUBhand's people until he Calgary SIR RICHARD BURBIDGE DEAD AT RIPE OLD ,AGE London, Rlcbarfl Burr bldge, member ot the advisory board of the ministry of munitions and manager of Harrods, one .of London's most famous last 70. Sir lilchard "'news of boEe ijeath last night in Ixmdon.liaa been.received, VBB ope oC Gr'eaLBril- .Buccesstui buslnesar' and1 was the'father "of" Herbert Bur- bldge, stores co turn IBB! oner of the Hudson's Bay company. Ilejwaa born at South 'Wranll, Wiltshire, IQ 1847. The late Sir RIchaia.Barbldfs was a director of a great many companJea and was a member ot tbc board of the Hudson's Day company, lie sat on the committee on post off ice -wages, was a trustee of tlic Crystal palace, president of the Society Qi WilUnlre- mea, In London, ami a J, P. for the j county of Londou. He wu .twice married. GREEN ME .Calgary, F, Green, 11 for Kooienijf.'iffho has been ay lolnled to ac n the coal arrived I he cily. Ihls mornlngV. He refused t IECUES his mission in any way, hu a number of operator.i are In tow and Jt Is are holding a con erence -wllh this artcr noon.'; President and Secrelar are also'back.In the city bu lave not yet seen" or talked wit: Jreen. Graham, union of ficlals have found Hie sentiment o DIRECTORY OF AUTO- LIVERV AND DRAYING DjRAYING Rhone! 1345 or 1354 Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy'. At' S p. m. nionthly meeting of tho church boar' al street lonth. Tuesday at 3 Chrlstlap Endeator business netting at the church.. a 8; p.m., mld-Ttctk prayer meeting at tae charcb. Thnraday at J.30 monthly rr.cellng of Ladles' AM al the residence of. Mrs. Cockle, 214 lib aTenne south. 1Al sonlcc, Wed 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thurs p.m. r. :tn- I'.JAt at 3.30 4-M and 7.30 confirmation classes; a a Inlerccsslon wrHce! Tliursrlay al 3 of.the charch BOW at tia Red DROP POTATO BUGS IN GERMANY, IS SUGGES- TION TO POINDEXTER runs the suggestion, "starre 'em'fbr'ji so, and then have the airmen drop 'cm over Germany. What they will do will lie aplenty." Senator Cllarley Curtis, ot Kanau.! wants to add grasshoppers tn "the" in- vading force, and Senator John Sharp puts in a bid to include l boll Treevll. j Washington, MOT sen- ator and representative Is'receiving dally in his mall many suggestions as lo llic best method for defeating the Germans. Senator Poindciier, how- Over, lays claim lo having received the mobt practical. H comes Irom eastern Washington, what county or dlslrlct. the senator declines to say. "Gather up a lot of potato SKIFF For Sale AT A BARGAIN A four-oared sufl, newly painleJ, has been donaled la Ihe 3IR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. .O. D. E., and IB for saler and can lie Tleved bj lihonlBE W. H. Htlt, 947 Seventh StrMt A. S. PHONE 655 for CHipUr NOW ON O f O C t? I r1 HP I Kt BIG SELECTION LARGE SAVINGS Ladies' Suits Ladies' Suits >10.00.Ladies'SuU.s SALE IIST UNDI5K MUSLINS S18.50.Men's Suits Men's Suits Men's Sitits SALE IN FURNISHINGS I I I COME IN AND BE CONVINCED THE ROYAL STORE! ;