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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 HIE DAILY IIKRALD NIN15 PERSONAL McDonald loft yesterday for a visit to arid wi1l main for the meeting of Chapter Gllmoro lias returned from Visiting her mother In and Branson of Tab er wero visitors in the city on Miss Gillespio has gono to Medicine Hill for Daniels returned last week after being out of the city for tho master median has gone to Medicine whore bismarriage to Miss Collier of that city took place Little Is relieving Smith during Ills V Dooloy ami children anil left thla afternoon to spentfthe summer at the O Clarke returned Wed nesday morning front the O AND SOCIETIES Tins Oranrt Chapter of the Albortu Order of the Eastern Star will bn held In tha 19 arid There will be sev eral delegates attending from Leth bridgo All members of Maple Leaf Chapter and of Leth bridge Lodge and are re There is no economy in bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to get the same Blue Ribbon tea that hasnt DENOUNCE The action of the in throwing out the inliliiioii to the criminal inning Hie Bgft from in to is years of after lie bonne had approved of iimend was In no weak lanpunB1at Heojienim session of the Conn ell of hepthis after inested to meol at the Masonic club rooms on Saturday lune Jf at for the purpose of spend ing n social evening with brother and sister who are leaving tho Members of Coaldalc chap lur cordially The pupils of Leo Coombs will appear in a recital assisted by pupils from the stringed instrument depart ment and dramatic art department of tho Lolhbriclge Conservatory of Music next oclock at the Conservatory concert Collection In aid of Sailors Holier The primary association of Latter Day Saints church are giving an en terlainnicnt in the church on June Program follows Opening Kver Onward by Primary children speech of welcome by Thedora Ostlund Trio by six girls Teddy Bear drill by four boys Instrumental by Theodora Ostlund recitation by Harold Thomas Ring Drill by six girls song by Kuth Shaw and Dorothy Smith recitation by Gladys Green instrumental by Thurber Harris Butterfly Dance by six girls speech by Ostlund Play let Red Riding All members of tho Eastern Star are asked to sow at the Red Cross rooms Friday A full at tendance of all members IH earnest ly ed by DuniHs yesterday The parly left Wesley Hall ill halfpast fourteen uutos in and went Imi most en joyable drive by Conldale arriving at their destination at about six where a most delicious nirnir supper was served on the lawn at llfnl grounds which the i home of and Mrs Uur lug tho evening the young play ed motoring homes in the cool of tho evening with brnnces of a most I M I Woodcock guv a most enjoyi able party on afternoon in honor of her little dannhur i A very time was spent by Durimi the afternoon many patriotic Hoer presiding at the Pollard poured the ten Hadllngton cut the Uoses adorned the tables and received j many beautiful Those who were present were a number of Klsirs little including Hilly and Edith Karl and Kna Irene and Grace Alice and Annie Helen and Mary Moore j and Dolly SOCIAL EVENTS The children of the Roll and i heirmothers of Wesley church are being entertained tomorrow afternoon from 3 to on the lawn at the par On Tuesday evening the members of tho Thistle Sewing Circle met at the invitation of one of the members 410 12th A very pleasant time was enjoyed with after which the hostess served a splendid Assisting Knox were her three and Gor Mcllvena in a few words expressed the appreciation and thanks of all the ladies to the hostess for a most enjoyable Before leaving all joined in singing Auhl Lang bringing a happy time to a A merry party of young people com posed of the junior department of Wesley Sunday school were entertain ff WEDDINGS V ft At Knoxchurch on 4th Vernon Trury Hunt and Miss Amy Smith were united in mar of Interest Round the Store Specials for Friday Specials in Dresser Scarfs and Centres Our regular DRESSER size for 69c Our regular and size 7Qr Our entire stock of RUN NERS AND CENTRES OF DRAWN WORK in many beautiful designs and pat terns specially priced for Fridays 11 Grass Mats Size Have plain centres with blue and brown Regular For Friday Ladies Home Journal Patterns The Busy Cash Store 50 Shelf Oilcloth 11 inches in three different designs and with scalloped For yard lOc A Few Plain Words About Bargains This feels that it to malu clear certain tilings in regard to the prcs iii price of merchandise and the word II is a known that mer chandise is scarce and thnt It cost more than It is a known fact that merchan dise is hard to Mhn store today that rnn keep fairly full and complete stocks is rendering to IU CIIH lomers a splendid aid when these same stocks ure of reliable quality and are Ixv ing offered at i Ipgltlni al that store is rendw ing double iii every to u ii Quite there are times when certain goods can alld must be sold for LKSS thBli regular and as pro gressive merchants find Ibis not only advisable at but even To have a store claim that il can sell everything for less that they can offer Hie BIUOKST BARGAINS ever and save you money on every is overstep ping the bounds of reasonable I we need hardly mention about this because you are the best judge and it will take yon to loarn which store is serving your interest invite the test at any i Mens Athletic I Underwear I in all sizes from 4 to Regular For Friday Boys Porous Knit Combinations In white Sizes 2C Regular For Childrens Black Kid 9 J Boots f Klther button or lace j Have Goodyear and ex tended Sizes from 8 to Regular For Friday Ladies Wash Suits A very beautiful range of these goods has just arrived just in time for the warm They are exceeding ly The colors embrace pale mauve Some have sleeves and others are In the sleeveless Prices range from to RYLANDS WARM WEATHER MERCHANDISE IN UNBEATABLE QUALITY THAT WILL APPEAL TO MANY WEEK END BOYS BLOUSES Boys Percale Blouses in neat stripes in black or bliiu A Your of closo fitting or sport collars Sizes 8 to 13 At vV MIDDY WAISTS Just the tiling for the warm these neat Middy made with smocked fronts and Collar and pockets trimmed with contrast ing colors of green o or Only LADIES WAISTS Fine Georgette and Crepe do Chine Waists In a huge assortment ol includ ing Values up to Week End Special O O C J WHITE HOSE An excellent quality of ladles white cotton Full fashion ed and well A lino of hosiery that will give splendid PA pair UUC LADIES HOSE Colored summer hose in good quality of Well fashion ed and included in the colors are Palm grey or Very special UtlC BUNGALOW APRONS Ladies Percale Aprons In good big coverall Made from excellent quality of ma terial and splendid value at Week End CHILDRENS SOX 200 pairs of Childrens Sample A complete as sortment to choose from with brown and Keep the kiddies cool and ValOC UOH to 6c for MvC SUEDE MOTOR COATS Ladies Khaki colored Suede Cloth Motor Made with raglau sleeve and convertible col lar and wide A splendid wear resisting Juno Renters Ottawa a growing tone of optimism in the newspapers as it be comes clearer that the Germans been They certainly compell ed the French to withdraw at the northern end of tho salient on the left bank on the including CarlepoiU butthe French retin ed the long belt of territory north of the Alsne and it Is to threaten this from the rear that the Germans launch ed the new attack south of the Alsne on a very wide At the same time time the Germans were balked in their efforts to reach Compeigne frontally anil they hope to reach their objective by thisout flanking Oompiegne is still eighteen miles west of the new with the forest of Com piegne As already pointed tho limited success of the offen sive the enemys heavy losses and the vigor of the French counter attack sharply distinguish the present from the March A favorable feature of the nnw development is the general tendemyof the fighting to rivet an increasing of the German reserves in the There is row no talk of a more formidable Ger man in another x RAINCOATS Another shipment of ladies rain They come m plain or mixed with light weight rubber Raglan sleeye and convertible A loose fit tingstyle which permits of u light coat or sweater to bo worn A splendid line i EOF M AIR FIGHTING French June Renters Ottawa im portance of the role of our air service in the is daily Dur ing yesterdays operations our light bombardment squadrons performed the unprecedented feat of attacking Ger man heavy gun batteries in action and silencing by killing or scattering the In the Plcardy offensive our fighting planes repeatedly attack ed field gun batteries with machine but silencing heavy batteries by bomb attacks from tho air Is a new achievement In the WHITE WAISTS 15 only White Voile and Muslin Odd Some arc slightly Put into one lot for final clear Values up to for UWC WASH DRESSES Ladies Chambray Wash Dress es in pink or Made in the now Billie Burke Lace front pockets and holt of white Indian Head and trim med with pearl Very All A PA LADIES COMBINATIONS Ladies Knitted Cotton Com made with short sleeve and looso Suitable for summer Well finished and very At 75c Your unrestricted choice of our en tire stock of ladles cloth suits in ex clusive The finest workman Tho finest materials and a com plcte range of No two suits Many of these suits could not bo purchased todity at 20 per off every cloth per cent off CANADIAN APPOINTMENTS June Major the fotrious Canadian is gazetted squadron Captain Moore is giixnited flying offic er Major Alber Is appointed to command a Major Mortz is gazetted Major MJlno is appointed to com anand a forestry district is seconded for duty at the war office Captain Ministers and report ed is related by mar riage to ilineral ALL SCHOOLS June the province of Alberta was teachers short at the beginning of the all the schools with the exception of a few schools in what is described as the foreign are now man ned This was the statement of minister of was in the city INCREASED ACREAGE June of acres the amount land sown to grain amV this year as conipared with is shown inthe first parliamentarycrop bulletin for the issued today hy the Dominion bureau of This is an Increase of 8 per Hurrah Hows This Cincinnati corns dry up and lift out with A friend in the city has received word formerly a member of the Molsons Bank staff who went to the front with Hie late Major Rlploys was kill ed in action In Franco about three weeks present Sergeant major instructor at iotawawa who went over to France with Clarke says he cannot speak too highly In praise of his services and that three times he turned down offers of a com The same letter conveying the above information convoys tho appreciation of the at Peta wnwa as the boys best RYLANDS The Beit For Lets Specialists in Underwear and Gloves Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you Invite lock jaw or blood which is says a Cincinnati who tells you that a ounce of a drug called can be obtained at lit tle cost from the drug Htoro but is sufficient to rid ouaa feet of every hard or soft com or You simply apply a few drops of froejsoue on a UchiiiK corn and norenesH is Instunlly Short ly the entire corn pau be lifted root and without Thisdrug IB sticky hut dries at i oftce if to just shrivel up j any corn oeven j jrrltating the tissue or 1 your wife Ujgh heels j willbe Advwt TREATY ON DRAFTEES June senate foreign relations com mittee at a special meeting to day took up the revised British American draft treaty which signed June 3 by Secretary of State Lansing and Lord the British ambassa The treaty as revised is understood to provide that the draft shall not he applied to the citizens of the respective countries who are exempt from their draft of their Thus Americans in Great Brit ain only between tho ages of 21 and 31 will be subject to draft and In this country only British citizens including Canadians within the limits of the British draft between IS and 4r be The Childrens Little little little totfs need Lifebuoy Soap every day and if you mean to keep free from dirt and Little cuts free and artless contact with all have the danger element removed if you uie HEALTH Its creamy hther lives the possible cleansing Cannot hurt the est Use it in the in the and remember that well with those who The mild antiseptic odor vanishes quickly after At All JLBVER BROTHEK3 LIMITED TOKQUTQ ;