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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, june 23, 1017 TTJE LETHURIDGE DA^tf HERALD PARE FIFTEEN At Tonight- Special List of Bargains that should Crowd the Store to its capacity from 7 until 10 for Suits that Sold up to $25.00 First of all these are not this seanor. 's suits.-You could hardly expect it nt the ridiculous price, which would not pay for the material for a skirt. However, they are made from flood tweeds and serges, and will do to save a better suit when necessary.-There are only a dozen and they should all be cleared out tonight.-Charges made for alterations. LADIES' VE8T8. I-Mrio rlbboil light weight, short or no sleoVcs. Tonight only, 2 for............... 35c LADIES' DRAWERS. muslin or gauze knit, sized only. Tonight only.......... Either Medium 35c LADIES' COMBINATIONS. A special lino of tino ribbed cotton ' combinations. p*A .......50c Tonight only SILK HOSE. Radium slik boot In black, grey, sand, palm bench, pink or white. Tonight a pair ............. 65c SILK GLOVE8. Long silk glovos 24 inches. Extra lioavy silk, black, white and colors. �7p 11.25 for ............... I DC PATENT BELTS. For middy waists, dresses, etc. All sizor to 36. Regular 50c. For ............... 25c BRA8SIERES. A fine weight muslin brassiere. All Bizes. Tonight only.. light 50c White Skirts Another big loader on sulci for tonight only. 25 Ropp Skirts, 5 largo pearl buttons, pockets, etc. All now good?. All sizes to 2!) band. 1.19 Muslin Petticoats To wear with the above skirts we are placing on sale 25 Muslin Petticoats, embroidery frills. Worth to ?l.no for MEN'S COMBINATIONS. Ii.V.i). style. Made from fine nainsook. Extra special at ................ 1,25 MEN'S UNDERWEAR. thread balbriggan, either or drawero. Regular 75c. Tonight only ........... Flnr shirt 501�'I1. of St. Paul, noxt Wednesday evening in the head- 1 Mlnn- is tne KU''!,t f"r il mo,,th ot 11 r' nunrterB on First street. There will !i,ml Mri!- G''�- Frc'lerick Heath, at bo a musical program, cards and i tneIr homc' 1502 Sl3tth AvP' s-i dancing. .* * *   STUFFED ONIONS.-Two : tablespoonfuls of cold meat > (chopped), two tablespoonfuls �> of grated cheese, four large on- > ions,.. one tablespoonful of > margarine, seasoning. Half removed from tho onions with ? the meat, cheese, and season- > ing. to taste. Fill the onions onions., are quite soft. Bread ed with a little stock may be > used in'place of meat. > > > ? > *> Germans Will Hold Lens At a Tremendous Cost (By the Canadian Overseas Correspondent). Canadian Army Headquarters in France, June 23.-The resistance offered by the," enemy to nny further ad-, vance along the Souchoz Valley in tho direction 6't Lens indicates his intention to hold, that city at all costs as the sole remaining outpost protecting Lille and the great industrial region of which Lille is the centre, A iittlo over two, months ago the MAGIC BAKING POWDER LADIES 4-STRAP PATENT LEATHER SLIPPERS AND MARY JANE PUMPS ........................ 2.19 All sizes. Tonight Special .............. ALL FEATHER PILLOWS r,0 pairs. Covered with art ticking to be sold leBS than.' wholesale cost. Size 17x25. Worth ?2.25. -i qq Tonight special, pair ..........,............x�j5f Regular 15c per tin. Sold only with grocery purchase of 50c and limit 3 tins to one order. COCOA SALE WILL BE ON FROM 8.00 TO 9.00 Imported Raspberry Vinegar, special bot. 20c Water Glass, 1 lb. tin special ... .t.:... 15c Dromedary Dates, special package ..... 15c Witch Hazel Toilet Soap, box...........25c Laundry Soap, II cakes lor .____........ 50c Grape Juice, quart bottles, extra special - 42c Canned Tomatoes, special per tin .:.-------20c p-aneBudsorfst ||k2*!*mtWIMH!>T.UThe',e,no'my's defopces are unqfeestlbnably, grumbling boheath tho unceasing' shell'. ;-flro,' A picturesque phrase ofsaii ^officer is, "Wo have been throwing 'fouridaries  and munition plojnta at the Bosehes." Tho capture early- in tho week of a small triangle of Gorman trenches west of Hoservoir hill has been followed by most por-slstout efforts on tho part of the enemy to rouovor the lost ground. On the front south of Souchoz stream, tho enemy has been equally unquiet. Gas shells liavo been freely used by both, sides. Tills involves frequent use of gas masks. Gas shells aro moro often discharged by night than in the day time.' On other parts of tho lino prisoners havo been captured who frequently served in eastern Europe. There is a marked increase in the number, of young lads in the enomy's trenches. Recently a few boys havo been captured of tho 1919 class, that is immature lads of 18. PALESTINE JEWS The following further donations-have been received for the Jews In Palestine: Amount previously acknowledged, $547.35; Taylor Milling Co., $20.00; E. J. Hill, Simpson Co., Fred Downer, Dr. W. S. Galbraith, Superior Supply Co., Walter Ross, Dr. P. M. Campbell, H. Ostlund, White. Lunch, Conybeare, Church, McArthur and Davidson, W. S. Ball, C. E. Brower, DrB. Marrs and Marrs. A. V. Gibbons, $10.00; N. Yan-nis, Alex Aperges, N. B. Good, E. A. Ewert, S. S. Dunham, Frank Hedley Drug Co., R. A. Wright, A. B, Hogg, A. M. Grace, A. M. Beasley, A. E. Dunlop, Goo. E. A. Rice, H. McMillan, T. S. Fottorly, W. .1. Nelson, J. Norman Ritchie, Sydney Jackson, Wilson and Skelth, Robt. Needs, E. Adams, Geo. B. Mackay, Wm. JIacGregor, F. E. Spooner, Western Transfer Co., Ford Garage, Baalim Motor Co., H. N. Becker, Chas. Hyssop, Sympathizer, W A. Parker, J. W. Bawden, R. A. Smith. D. Hago, Dr. Connor, C. B. Bowman, Mcl-Colvie & McGuir'e, O. H. Harmon, $5.00; Roy .Eleotriq Co.,.F. O. Hyde, -Mart McMahon, L, C. Teep-le, J. T. Graham, Ellison "Milling ,�nq Elevator. Co., N. T. McLeod,.Dr. D. A. Announcement Mr. H. McG. Young Will hold RECITALS for hto, pupils on WEDNESDAY EVININQ, ' JUNE 27th. In the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. Private recital for pupils and their parents at 7.30. Public Recital at 8.15 sharp. Any. one who wishes may attend the latter free of any charge. 164-3 Taylor, E. J. Sehl, $3.00; T. H. Mc-Cready, W. L. McKenzie, Lethbridge Candy Kitchen, M. L. Agnew, Allen Jack, B. B. Hoyt, E. KeBter, Walker and Holberton, W. Knowldeh; A\ Parks, J. N. Kennedy, K. D. Johnson, J. Huffner, Clark & Co., J. F. Livie, E. A. Sharman, $2.00; H. W. Menzie, J. Van Haarlem, W. Montgomery, L. A. Scott, John H. F. Green, S. B. Mitchell, Victoria Ice Cream Parlors, D. S. Williamson, $1.00. SUBMARINE MAD Copenhagen, June 22.-According to information contained In a prlvato letter from a Danish resident in Germany and close to official sources in' Berlin,, the people.all over Germany i-.re submarine mad. They are willing to bear any privations necessary to achieve complete success for the iin-derseas campaign against England,: E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED w ,,,_,, TORONTO, OHT. , ESTIMATES SURPASSED. Washington, Juno 22.-Subscriptions ;to the Liberty Loan have surpassed., the hfghfcst ostlmato of the treasury' officials and exceed $3,000,-000,000. The treat that its lovers learn to expedfc from a cup of "SEAId fif^ND" COFFEE, is always" realized to the full.....^ for "Seal Brand" holds its aroma ^d fla^ur ^ the lasft spoonful in; the air-tight can. 1) 9 \ fltie ground f6r rcrcblatbrs. Never sold in bulk. iu CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. 342349 ;