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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE ,6, 1914 THE LETMBR1J1GE HERALD IE ELEVEN Co.-We Sell For B-M-G-A-I-N-S TONIGHT ONLY Sale starts at 7 o'clock Saturday Night Children striong Garters, tonight 15c Wide Silk tonight, yard......... Elbow Icngtfo Silk Gloves, white. 75c LOUR black QI- Avbltc Lisle Gloves.......45c Silks worth np to yard...........35c Sample Vests, up free Total number ot hobpital days for the monthl 1252 Number of operations under gen- eral anaesthesia Number of operations under -lo- cal or no anaesthesia Number of patients treated in outdoor department Number of dressings and treat- ments iii outdbot depattment. Number of hospital ambulance calls The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, tne'Tollowing contribu- tions received (luring the monih 2 Cases Trustees of Hos- pital Ladies' AIJ! t Jackson Co and Rj lands Co. "p" 293 5SS 369 COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue nibbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices Jelly "Powders and attracts'. Purest and best. When use Bluo Ribbon. Wo guarantee perfect satisfaction with'ail oiir pure (bod products. Mrs. C. was hostess a bright little thimble tea.yesterday in courtesy to Mrs. Letteney of Calgary, Who Is with Mrs. J. B; Reuter. Tlie hostess wore a 'pretty costume of voiie, while1 the honor guestlooked de- cidedly well in king's blue crepe