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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ TIlUnsnAY. .MNR 13. ini8 TIIE LF/I'MBI^IDGE OAII.Y III'.nALD PAGE NINE Miss Gilleapio has goiio to Mediuino Hnl for a short viHit. *  * :\Irs. C. n. Daniels retnrned hist wcoM after boing out of the (-Ity for tlio winter. * * * Mr. J). M. Smith. C. P. R. master mechanic' has KOno to Medicine Mat, �vvhorc hlsmarriugo to Miss Collier of IJiat city took place yostordny. .\1r. l". I.,IUlo la relluviiiB Mr. Smith dnring his absence. '    Mrs. !:. V. Dooloy and rhlldrnn and Mrs. T. Johnston left this artornoon to spund."thu Buniniur iil the cuaat. �  � Mr. H. O. Clarkn rnttirnecl Wod-nesduy morning ttom the cast. o * o * o  o  : > ? CHURCHES and SOCIETIES �! .> : : : : : : : : : : Tli(! (Jrand Chapter of the AlberlJi Order of the Kaatern Star will be. held in tha Masonic/remple. Calgary. Juno 19 and 20. Tlu-rn will be scsv-eral (IcIeKates attondlntf from I hud apiiroved ol' il,.' liintud- ? nient, was rif.nouiirr i in no : weak langungi! .-a ti!- .iiicniuK S('Haioii of the Xinifjuji Couu-: ci! of Women bcii> tiiis allcr-V noon. : > : : SOCIAL EVENTS ? � On Tuesday evening the members of the 'I'liistle Sowing f!ircle met at tlie invitation of one of the memberB Mrs. Kuox. 410 12tli St C. north. A very pleasant time was enjo.ved with music, after which the liostess served a splendid supper. Assisting Mrs, Knox were her three daughters, .Mrs. Mosie, Afrs. MacdonaUI. and Mrs. Gordon. Jlrs. -Mcllvena in a few words expressed the apiireciation and thanks of all the ladies to the liostess for a most enjoyable evening. Hetore leaving ail joined in singing ".-Vuld Lang Syne," bringing a hapjiy time to a close. �  � A merry party of young people com-posed of the junior department of Wesley Sunday school wore entertain- ed by Mrs, C. U. Dimiflu ycstirrlay aftei'noon. The irariy Icl'i Wi'slcy Hall at half-past foiu, rtnirlecn ! autos in all, and went n.i- ;i most enjoyable drive by C'iiilrl;iarriving at llieir destinalioii at ;i!m.hi .six o'llo,!; , where ii most delicio'iK nirnic supi)i r WHS served on the ;ii ihe bi'mi-j liful grounds which ^iniimnd the l home of .Mr. and .Mrs l;;ii]ic|u. Dnr-liig the evening the yimiij; |icai)le |day-ed games, motoring liniiu; in Ibe cool; of tlie evening with'Mint remeni-| brances of a most pl>'.i-iniiiile dav, > * > Mrs, Woodcock gav>' ;i niust enjoy-ablr- jiarty on Tuesih', aiienioon in' honor of her little ili;ii:hier Klsie's, birthday, A very plii.^.nit time was � spent by all.' Duj'ini ilie atternnoii i many patriotic soug^? .sang. Mrs. lloer presiding ill; 'ne |ii;ino. Mrs. Pollard poured the tin while .\Iis. K, Iladllngton cut the ico.M, Roses adorned tho tables am! lOl.tie recoiveii many beautiful presinl . "I'liose who were jireeent were a iiMinhnr of Klsie's little friends, iufduriiin.',: liilly and Edith Pollard. Karl :\\\twmy's heavy lo.s.h'os and tho vigor of the French counter attack sharply dlKtinguish the present from the Marcii battle. A favorable feature of the imw development is the general tendency'of the fighting to rivet nn increasing piopurtion of the Goi'inan reserves in the south. There is j I'ow no talk of a more formidable Ger man stroke in another direction. Items of Interest 'Round the Store i Specials in Dresser Scarfs and Centres Our rrguiar !iOc DRESSER SCARFS, .size LSx,OI, lor ................. 69c I Our rcKuiar .'l.nil ;ind .$1.25 CENTRES, size 36x36, Our entire stock of RUNNERS AND CENTRES OF DRAWn WORK in many heaulii'ul de.sign.'i and patterns is specially priced for Friday's Selling. 11 only, Grass Mats Size :i(Ix72. Have plain centres with green, blue and brown borders. Regular .f2.2ri. For Friday .... $1.39 50 yds., Shelf Oilcloth 11 Inches wide, in three different designs and with scalloped edges. For Friday, yard 10c A Few Plain Words About "Bargains" This store fei'ls thai i! might to maki. clear lertniii things in r('p;ard lo the pres-ciii price of niercliaiidis,! and the word "liMtGAlNS," It is a known fact that rnvr-chtuuliae is scarce and th'.it it cost more tliaii licreto,''ori\ It is a kmiwu f:ict tiiat merchandise is hard to get. 'I'he store today that fan keep fairly full and complete stocks is reiidering lo its ''U;!-tomers a spbndhl servics, ai>d wlien these same stocks are of reliable (luality and are be iiig offered at a fair, let;itlm-alc cos', that store is remicr-ing -,1 double sevvce. W" .ue inr.i:'.i:i.; every I'ffort to iiv.'- u;-t 1 : '\:i' r( pu'  on. j> Quite tru(^ there are limes when certain goods can and must be sold for LKSS than regular costs, and as pro-ycressive merchants we find lliis not only advisable at times, Inil even necessary. To have a store claim that il can sell everything for leas .'uoney. thai lliev can offer the HIGGRST BARGAINS ever and savp you money on every purchaae, is overstepping the bounds of reasonnbie facts. However, we need hardly mention about this becauae you are tho best judge and it will not take you Inti.i to learn which store is servin,? your interest best. We invite Iho test at any lime. Men's Athletic Underwear Il.V.U. style, in all sixes from :M to Hi. Regular ?l..",0. For Friday ... $1.20 Boys' Porous Knit  Combinations III while only. Sizes 2i! t,> P.2. Regnlar $l.iJO. For Friday.....79c Children's Black Kid d all, without pain. . TlilB-drug la sttolft* hut dries at 0U9�nnUlp claiuiert, fd just shrivel up any (VonV wlthofiVvlDtlahiinK or even Irritating Ihe aurr�ujnil�Kf;, t(asuu or skin; li; your, wife .W9a/�,htgh lieols .she win' be $$fl$j^t ;.tjpf-A BR1TI6H.U. S. TREATY ? ON DRAFTEES ? ? ? : : : : : : : <; The Children's Soap-lifebuoy Little hands, little faces, little to^s �U need Lifebuoy Soap; every day and often, if you mean to keep'theip free from dirt and infection. Little cuts and soratcheir -street dust-the free and artless contact with others^ . all have the danger element removed if you use HEALTH S Its abundant, creamy lather tfives the .greateat possible cleansing power. Cannot hurt the tend�r� est skin. Use it in the bath, in the homei and remember that "all's wiell" With those who ua* Lifebuoy* The mild antiseptic odor vanishes quickly after use.  ' ' ' At All Grocera-i lsver BrOTUBRS Limited i V TORONTO; ' I 05104827 ;