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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. Jl'NR 2t, 1917 THF LET1IBH1DGE DA1LT PAGE NINE CilEirr, June a fen- hours klior lie luid purchased au automobile BUI! bwn graniej'tt license to run II, Mike I'lillllp, u Lethbrldge miner, mi clown Sister Mary, a nun From the Sac- rcil Heart convent ,at t'ltil street west mil Nlulh uvenue, Tbe lister si rite k internal elevator for treatment an grading bctonJ being rcshlppcd easl Mr. wanted Lo know why they didn't ship to Moose Jaw clera tor, tiul .wps tolil that lliero WAS in machinery there for handling llmoLli; seed, s6 th.ey had to ship to CalgBr: find pay the back haul, lo which tlie objected. "I supiwsc thai f( HICTC was an In tariial elcvntor at Lcthbrlclgc yo would Bhlp said Mr. Lanlgan Plnclier .Creek delegation Intimate that they would. The application the I'lnchcr Creek liny growers Ind call's lhat the llmolhy seed ludusLr In' Southeru Allerla Is growing raph All Iqcal telephone. Corkers wl Trent 011 strike here earl; in Went back lo work (liln morclnK- It undenUopd also thai they went at CalNiry and Medicine Hat Th a grc em en t reached In Edmonton EC cm Lo a concession all roun the men receiving a higher wage and Ihe a toll I Ion of the sliding scale, while the fiovernmenl Is not forced to recogiilre tbe .union. MIL ADI MeuiLers ot tho Easleru Star uro sked to meet for scwlug al tho ttc) rojs rooms tomorrow afteruoon. Mr. ind Mrs. J. Alexander wllh elr nieces. illss Katy Kyle aud MLsa etllo Slwn. of Sldcll, 111- have ar- ved In the to spend ite summer Wynyard KYQDS anU Itollle Evans ave returned Irum Aebuury College, Uiwi, to spend the summer Tacallon Ith their nuMlior, if re. T, M. Evans. Rliff-Sorgeanl Mundy end Mrs. Tundy of ncglna arc In (.ID city and re at the VJclorla Mansions. They ro accompanied LyNIss Klhel Ueh- uan of t All member a of Ihe I. A. are ask- to meet at the homo of Jlrs. Held. 01 Glh Avc. toni6kTOiv night at 6 'clock. Cutout urlle.es to be made lor ic bazaar will La given out. TLo ladles' soctcly to tlie D. of L. K. ml K. will meet for Ileil Cross ECU- tomorrow nlternoon at (he home f Mrs. O. W. ShanEon, C17 12in SI C- North. The nod Cross (ea will lie held at A lag day in Vancouver In Rid of St. DuuslaiL's HoElt-l for blind soldiers and sailors resulted Jjj A number of la-'lcs of Hardtevlllc met yesterday afternoon at Mrs. Jim Livingstone's Lome and ecwed foil tho Red Cross. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Marj-'t clmrctt held a very successful eoclal yesterday nUeruooa and evening -on Ilia Ehady grounds of the Or ecu Cables. Jlcv. A. E. Rnow'a residence. urlnc the afternoon lliero ivere of various kinds for the children aud the grown upa. I'rlzca donated by. the members of tho W. A. being, given lor (he various events. Tea and ICQ cream were aerrctl nl Email geranium deck- ed dotted on (he lawn. Haskels of home made candy fount! ready In Ihe evening a musical program ar- rnnyod by Mr. 1'arsons provided an cn- Joyablo entertainment. The proceeds amounting to nearly fifty dollars bo used to lielp reduce the morlgaeo ou the churcli. Yesterday afternoon Dr. Lover Ing's Lcaullful lawn was (be eccnc of a most successful social bcld by Wcsloy .Mis- sionary society. During tlio afternoon lie CJifnook Club on Saturday of llifsllho Indies of Wesley churcli aad coa- reck Instead of on Friday. As It ia Ibe egatlon made this an occasion for ast tea that (he society will hold al lio club, preparations arc being made accommodate a largo number. The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. E-, ivas In chnrgo of the HudEon'E Jay lea room yesterday afternoon, the conveners, Mrs. G. W. Leech and Mrs. A. G. Ha a Km bring assisted by Mrs. M. J. Gibson, Wrs- J, Kennedy and Miss Tllncy. Little Miss Margaret Jackson, who IE been attending school al SL Louts reached home-far tho holiday season yesterday. She was accompanied by Miss Cox ol the ichool staff who spend the Riimmcr with' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jackson. "Tiie school children ivlio Intend Icrliig their gardens In the school garden com pell Lion being held by the JIajor Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. K. arc asked to send thcJr names nnd addresses to tlin secretary of the chap' Lor, Mrs. W. II. HoH, 947 7lh HI. A South, or phone Tomorrow afternoon a book ahower in aid of the veterans' club Till .bq .held Dr. am Mrs. Conybeare's home by the Jack Ross chapter, I. o! D. B. ThJakea: prclly party dresses and dance gowns for the Inko Ride or shore and arc illcxpcnElvn and allractlve. -14 Inches wide. -1 C A 1'er yard.................'.........1.3U Silk riowmMl Mulls and Strips! Voiles Also lussahs, 31 lo 3C inches. Specially iirlcrJ, yard 50c Pluid linskcl >Vcavc hi heavy vesting, whlto grounds with col- ored combinations. JMack and tun, green. blue, vleux bjue and brown, also large chec-Xa of yellow, bjue or, pink. 42 Inches, -i ar for sport skirls, yard Silk IIo.sc GO dozen only. Made from best quality lisle yarn. dye. to 10. Regular value Especially iirlccd MiirqulseUe Large dot Palm Lleach cloth, eandy Etrlued percale. 20 lo 31 Inches wide. Specially piki'O, yartl JjUluMYOuri Voile hi laree platd3 anil (hecks. Inches wide. Specially priced DOC 21 Dm. WMU- Silk Bool Hose. On sale Friday anil Salur.lay 39c pair. This Is Ibc opportunity to procure sucli value In hofe. On sale Oft I'air J3C Hemstitched In 3 different widths, Special 9 for Wash Silks OBI Sale Friday 1000 Yards Fancy Silks, pussy willow, (all'cta, candy stripe, (ussalis, fancy brocades and can- tons. 'J4 lo 37 inches wide, licgiilar up to Week End Special SEE NOKTII WINDOW Hosiery Section CHILD'S FANCY STRIPE LISLE SOX. OfJ- Sizes 4 to 8. Pair JUt f.' RADIUM SILK HOSE for children. 1-1 ribbed. While, tan or Cn_ black. Sizes 4 to I'air CHILD'S BLACK COTTON HOSE. 1-1 ribbed. Sizes 4 to 10 -l f I'er pair LADIES' COLORED SILK BOOT HOSE. IMnlt, lavander, Palm llcacti, sky and tan. Sizea to 10. Cflp Special, pair...............................'--'........... 'JAPANESE MATTING UUGS ,i In jteocliklid deEiEiis, durable and pretty. Size 5 reel, ly -1 nn ir.- o AQ Siiclal GREEN WINDOW SHADES 'f Mounlei.on'slrong-EprinE roller. Size CQr P.-; Spcclilj: each Iv' v. In a yarieiy br patterns and colors. 34 to 3C inches wide. 45c 'and iiac'per.yard. Special, yard.............f C i 3C Ecru shade. Ilegular 35c yard. OC v REVER.SIBI-E STAIR CARPET 27 inchjes-'wfde'ln red Hnd'grcen C5c. L 'SpectaU fWC CiriLDREX'S SU1HMEU DRESSES In vast range lo select from In pongee, Kineham, prints and chani- Lrays. Sizes 2 to 14 years, all colors In plain, smpcs autl checks. Prices (Mo, lo ALSO CHILDREN'S WASH KILT SKIRTS In all white, pink anil while and blue and ivhtlrt stripes, Sizes 10 to 14 years, Prices ?1.25 to o CHILDREN'S WASH MIDDIES In ell Mhltc collar and culfa anil belt In blue, pink, and navy. Sizes 0 to 1J years. Prices (1.10 (o CHILDREN'S hood, lined -witb Prico CIIILDREN.'S 'LINEN HATS BONNETS In, white nnd colored styles. All shapes and sizes. Splendid tor the summer wear. Prlccji G5c to ROMPERS From G months Lo 3 years in prints, cttamlirays, drill and pique. Several diCIeroht prices 4 tho new line, rind Is recelrlnf 4 grenl'uupporl froro Ihe public. ...v-v. i 4.4 4 v 4 v Tcklco ailvocnllns eercranco by'ilhal Mexico's place In the war IB'f Slexlco. wllli Germany and the altle of the entente iNew Jfork Tribune.) PHONE 1-2-5-2 and we'l :da: ;