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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGETEX TttK DAM HERAtB JUNE Special Saturday Values injury foods Seasonable merchandise of highest quality tomorrow at prices yon would consider unusual Buying even in normal Kol an item lie worth onequarter to one than prices attached for tomorrows Shop in the led on this nge is now A Great Saturday Sale 48 of 1 48 Waists New Styles up to Splemliil style and embroidery trimmed in very dainty and efieds he more tailored styles in muslins and striiied crepes for morning or afternoon Paisley voiles in a lovely selection of color combinations and white with Paisley trimming also In addition to these are odd lines of tailored linen waists worth up to and All sell ing tomorrow i SATURDAY WEAR LIST Offers a most umtsiial saying proposition in very latest of this seasons Final Clearance of Suits Including all our best models in gabardines silks and wool Kegnlarly sold up to All Low Priced Childrens Wash Dresses Sizes 2 to 6 Plaid and check Colors Girls Wash Dresses to Plain and middy Flald and checfc sins Site 6 lo H vTew Art Cretonnes A splendid new variety for porch couch side Just to hand in very handsome Biggett Variety of HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR in this vicinity and Far and away the belt values LADIES COTTON ftOC SILK LISLE White and or Pair SltK LISLE AND SILK BOOT rft Special BEST SILK BOOT Old All HEAVY SILK Old l All SILK LISLE Big nf SILK LISLE Size 4 o 10 Inches Jn In fine ribbed 30e to 4UC LADIES UNION SUITS pn 50c lOC Clarke The LADIES STORE Third Worth tip to Splendid variety of and brown and some of the lighter colors as Excellent New For motor or street wear and many that are suitable for both Anything left racks selling at splendid savings AH dovert anil Tweed All Covert and Velour All Tweed ert Satiinlay All Broadcloth very dressy new garments at Saturday Skirt Sale Serges and Checks tfl Splendid variety of styles ana ail sizes included to 30 inches Sale of Splendid 69 House 1 69 1 69 I 6 I Good Washing Worth up lo An extra dress or two would come very handy at I this season of the year and here is your opirort unity f to buy one at not more than the material alone would cost Made of excellent j quality crepes in clean strips also best prints in medium and dark A variety of j choice as to style and all wanted sizes up to Colors guaranteed to Dainty New Summer Goods JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS THIS WEEK WAISTS All sizes up lo NEW GOSSAKD COKSKTS Models lo sull every NEW SPORTS SKIRTS t Goods and Sports NEW WASH f I Values up to A collection of a dozen or so good styles in light voile All at a bargain NEW PAISLEY VOILES 65c Very this Shown1 tomorrow in a splendid variety of dainty new 36 inches SMARTEST SPORT SILKS regularly at to rafsley White and the new colored spot U I j LADIESSTORE Third WALE PEOPLE 7010 NOT LIKE THE CFrom Our Corresoonflent At any rate Coaldale won and Bafnwell lias some good some of the fans to tell our bojVthat they could riot hit a but they Mr Piorifeosfer vrastaken to treth on but it understood her case is not Leffler who has been in Gait hospital for a few days treatment for a partial paralysis ot the muscles ot the returned on Wednesday considfcrably a veteran E spending a ievr days at the Lambert Quite a large number from here only In thetrencnes eight weeks when took in the circus and returned poorer he lostbis left leg above the Jn money and richer In aod Is at present on furlough In Al TTie peoplefrom the country the Central Convalescent thetr Interestsbad not bcenwell look after bvthe city fathers oncec chareed LethbriSge list double those charged 1n Calgarjv holdup a IftUe too zonct Lund spent a lew days in the Hat last sYThe following members ot Ccmldale Chapter 0 E S left on Monday after noon the convention of the Grand Chapter in Edmonlon thfs week Mrs W H V Xts Chas Iloley andMrs ot Is tislting with her RED CROSS LEADING The Aid met this week at lira TV J Emdes The school audi torium and received the report of ju recent Calgary contention from delegates Mrs and Dynban llPreparaUons being roade tor a Tumniotb Ked Cross auction sale here oiJulv 2 A full line of sports Is Oeing prepared basecal suits have The Is confidently looking to being allowed lo retnrn He Is delivering an Informal lecture on Life in the here on Thursday HenryDane is now driving a The read gang has been at work on roads in this district for the past two much im proved need now Is jo have the broken culverls orer irrigation ditches put In good repair A good many of these are quite geroua who lias been 111 some weeks past has been taken Iptelhbrldec for a few weeks where sue treat ment The pupils of grade are writ departmental examinations Coaldale puplla are writing here this No doubl In later yeara he a centre for many adjoining A raeeting will be held in the Twelve Mile schopl house on Monday evening to consider the advisability ot bSys donnU them for the fast a wnsoiWaled school difrlc Monda evening when they fatedi of andone o Some new districts to be formed I an ageregatlon It was the suils and others eay Kperlor playing was responsible for of S 2 Ihe bos EOI over Iheir S shortly AN APPRECIATION OF RED the Canadian Red Cross doing for our boys at the and howare tbepeople of Canada doing their bit to help our brave lads to vrin the tattles in which they suf fering and giving their olooiMor the Let me tell first a little a true in connection with the third hattle of sometimes The Battle ot Sanctuary or The Battle of Maple battle going on tor most terrific rain of nervewrecking cannonading andcon tinnous rifle and machine Chaomsn CATT charge by our brave boi ami more The weather was In clement he Incessant rain had churn ed up the mud of Belgium such as was and that is how Belgian can and to prevent disease brought on b hough It was impossible to bring up posuro and exhaustion food and our lads fought on triedUTshow the IxIrftluU efforts were lad gained their objectiveand qon HOlidated the ground not easy far from ft done for them you would away all that which fills in the gip necesEarlcs of as vlded by Ihe army and a state wlmh one might lerhj reasonable comfort Oursoldiers do not mind yes they expect to have lo undergo hardships if we can make It a llltle to helpthe win the vlctorj Prominent women In United Stales have organizes John Coloren spenl a few day laal week with friends n Lethbridgc Canadian Pacific Railway General Change of Train Times June 1917 Effective June the Summer Schedule will come into The following art among more LEAVE LETHBRIDGE DAILY To Montreal wA Inter am DAILY T Nelton and inter mtiiatt 480 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY T4 ind lf for furtMr Inforrttlon re In phone Ticket Uthbrldgt Ad S the casualties with or a regret each man fought on until A few miles In the rear was a field acting as tion for slightly wounded and worn exhausted troops We only had room for two Hundred but as the battleweat on and our room was fill ed we accommodation In stables and until every available Inch was and more than six hundred were in bur What did we dp for Ill tell and also how the Red Cross helped us As eanh motor of lortle drove the men tumbled out holloweyed and nerve sha While their particulars were being a big bowl of soup or a good hot drink of lied Cross cocoa was given each Then Wfo the doctors where their blood mud covered clothing was removed and any neces sary dressings rapidly fixed In many Red Then a good hot Wh with Red Cross dried up on a Red Cross and into a suit of Red Cross and a pair ot Cross slippers or Red Now a good hot much as a hungry man could Army ra I lions supplemented with Ked Cross Red Cross Wscults and Red Cross fruits and and washed down y more Red Cross Then a Red Cross and rolled up in a couple of blankets and off lo palliasse for twentyldufhaiiri or BO well deserved and much needed sleiifi In the huts which wcro IgnledbyR0d Cross candles and licalcd Cross Perfection oil lhat is how wo by why not Have you ever heard of that terfous thing known as the unex ed pjvllon of tlie cloyi rations lhat Is what a soldier Is expected 14 live on after Is bounded or from hIs nnlt KeVMIx Intd Ihe hands of the Army Medical always easy to go out into the pick a hay leat and make a a tlraJrhungry mtfj Kauts la a good and he It And how much Is wasted Not sS nuch as in homes of the most ecoh rrilca Whelhcr ft be zurjlcal or anyttiltts lliere is less waste In Ihc there fs nt Ladles of for U is you we tMnk Ihc hackbone ot Ihe Canst dian Tied let mt bring lo yoti ho hearl fell thanks of the boys ol the Army Medical corpa lit me front for your help their worlf It ft most encouraging to them lo your practical help work rf caring for wounded fm and lei me assure you otrr efforts have broughl back Ihe or hope lo many a poor wounded man in tho border lino rjeUeen life ani and Just addedBulflclent weight lurn Ihe rlghl dlrey zi A t This Is kul hicfdcil whal Is goingbnVIatiy my lltl and I wiali I could mike It more helps to make yon feel yoMr Is Ihe tlimlnallon ol wasle which comes from They will out how the a can and utilized and they win also protect women workers from Industrie Anna Howard Snaw Is chairman Red Cross object shall Be fulnlledand riiiiii Vurepald or the lime In i FROM ONE WHO MISSION INCREASES 21 All mission prleals In the diocese of Ruperts Land receiving a yearly ntlpend of or less will have this stipend augmented tor the year beginning After IKkl time question of the cbntlnuinfe of Ihw Increase will be left to llio mail olthc txecullTe Thh was the motion carried al Uila rnomHgs cession of Iho synol ader a Iwo hotir debate to save labors arc appreciated well if rean a povr fellow from breaking and kelps even a down tor lh4lr tooisSisart t IN WHEATSUSPENOED Jnno trading Iriywhot on the Portland merchants ihnnge been iiiapendcd tintll the itnenl has foiled In tho recenl the QUILTy OF KUROER Juno capltiro lit Urlllsh now hold all the vantage points along on ths KrancOIiclglan Ihe result of which Micro has been an i enormous decrease fn the number of British saM Ma chief direc tor of military operations nt he war In with Hie Asso elated SAYS OPKiANIZEDLABOn CONTROLS ADMINISTRATION 1 nherman ft leidlng ho opposition lo Ifi6 food on ho ilf la lior controls adniiil an4 Ihe St tcged go In the killing of Mrs Alice wasifOund of tnur dcr In thedrat degree by to rfellberaled on hour Moore wns Iho nrsl of siveral persons in the case anu It charged Ihit ho arranged wllh Jots Ot Mrs Dunn for Ihe killing nt Ihc be hest o her Krank Dunns trial la to come roxl CASUALTIES FROM RAID Jdno Icorgn TOnfo artlKmnced In llio o commons this evening that Ilitf lalesl teporWof Ihe casmllmf In Wednesdays afr 104 jiersonsf had iKen tktyiil scrlouslj and 2C5 ho 120 onlMfei wore killed Injured r AVOID BEING A BORE doyou Ihlnk li tho moil difficult thing or a ftbonl gjltl Vfep Wtn mixl Ihc ucfcinncr to ;