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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .TUNE 25, 1917 the ummmbGE daii/y herald page seven Splendidly Prepared with Stocks of Slimmer Goods To Meet Your Every Need Children's Wash Dresses SIzob 2 to 6. Scores of stylos In checked gingham, chamltrnys, etc. All colors guaranteed. 90 cents to ............. GIRLS' WASH DRESSES Sizes 3 to 14 years. A very largo, variety ot smartest styles. All colors guaranteed, n C|v $1.25 to ........ ...................... &.U 1 34 to 41. $1.-18 to ........... D.UU Smartest New Middy Waists Slip-over and the now coat stylos. All white or fancy collars and cuffs. Sizes to 44. ) |"a $1.25 to................................ J.JU Great Stock of Summer Hosiery 25c 35c 50c 75c 1.00 25c 45c 40c LADIES' COTTON HOSE Black and white .................... LADIES' SILK LISLE HOSE. Black and white ...................... LADIES' SILK LISLE AND SILK BOOT HOSE ................................ LADIES' SUPERIOR SILK BOOT HOSE. All colors .'.......................... LADIES' HEAVY SILK HOSE. All colors ........................... CHILDREN'S SILK LISLE SOX. Sizes to 7'/2........................... CHILDREN'S CASHMERE AND SILK SOX. Colors ......................... GIRL'S FINE RIBBED SILK LISLE HOSE Sizes to 10 in. White, black, sky and pink, INFANT'S SILK LISLE HOSE. White, �iy black, sky and pink. Sizes to 6.........�JUC SPORTS AND WASH SILKS Lovely variety, 36 inches wide. $1.00 TAFFETA SILKS In superior grades. All plain colors and shot effects. $2.00 FRENCH FASHION WHITE-WEAR New stocks of petticoats, gowns, combinations, envelopes, at 65c to $3.50 BEST OF KNITTED UNDERWEAR Vests, combinations and envelope styles. Regular and O. S. sizes. 25c to. $1.50 GIRLS' BLACK BLOOMERS 2 years to 12 years. 40c GIRLS' UNDERW AISTS Knitted or of heavy jean. 35c NEW SPORTS SUNSHADES Very neat and smart. $3.50 t� $4.50 NEW FANCY SUNSHADES Colors to go with everything. $1.50 to $5.00 NEW GOSSARD CORSETS A model for every figure. $2.50'� $8.00 CLARKE & CO. j& THE LADIES* STORE Phone 453  612 3rd Ave. S. t MILADI Pte. We Carnill was clown from Calgary for the week-end.  * * Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Elton spent the �week-end in Cardston. � � � Mrs. N. Harvey has gone to Calgary to spend the week with friends. ... Mrs. Chas. MacKay's knitting class will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Bed Cross rooms. ... Mrs. Wm. Burnett loft yesterday for California to spend the summor with her daughter, Mrs, Fred Hammond. ... Mr. and Mrs. G. Walllson will spend the month of July nt Proctor, B. C. * * * Rev. G. H. and Mrs. Cobbledick, Miss Marguerite Cobblodick'and Master Lowell Cobbledick are leaving the city on Wednesday afternoon on tho 4.40 train for Edmonton, where Mr. In Perpetual Memory Of those who novo gone, wo bring to our work of Monument making the fine taste of the finished artist and the skill to execute any design. It will bo our ploasuro to submit designs to you for selection or to carry out one of your own for a stone to mark your lovod one's last resting place, Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Work* Cobbledick will be pastor of the Methodist church at The Highlands. The Major Jack Ross chapter, l.O.D. E., will sew at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow night at 7.45.  * * Mtb. (Dr.) R. V. Grimmer and children of Hampstead, N. Y., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Phillips, Sixth Avenue.  * * Mrs. C. Allwood has left to spend the summer months at the coast; Mr. Allwood has gone to Calgary to attend the fair.    Mrs. A. Ostrander and her daughter, Miss Emma Ostrander of Coleman aro visiting at tho home of Mrs. Tom Newton, Hardlevillo.  * . An ice cream social will be hold,-weather permitting, on Saturday afternoon by the Central W, C. T. U. on Mtb. MncKay'b lawn, corner 8th street and 3rd Avenuo south. A percentage of the proceeds will be given to the Red Cross.    A largo number attended tho tea at tho Chinook Club on Saturday aftor-noon, which was the last oue to be held by tho Rod Cross. Yollow and white popples were used to decorate the tables. Mrs, Falrley, the convenor, was nssistod by Mrs. M. J. Gibson, Mrs. Coc(|, Miss Mary Simpson, Miss Helen McKUlpp, and Miss Mlnnlo Hassell.  ".,*� ' FERGUSON-HARRIS On Tuesday last at Wesley parsonage the marriage took place of Orvel Edgar Ferguson, of Milk River, to Martha E. Harris, also of Milk River, Mr. and Mrs.. Laprade wore present at the ce-i'omony, which was performed by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, XTbis IWeeh in the years and then in mid-.Itily. Very little rain has fallen throughout Germany and tho Berlin Tagchlatt. is Informed there appear to be slight prospects of change Extension of rorost flros is reported in various parts of Germany owing to tho continued drought and soldiers have been called to assist in checking them. According to an authoritative statement in tho Lokal Anzeiger of Berlin tho heat and dry weather following tlie late cold .spring have had a most unfavorable effect on tho yield of fruit and particularly early vegetables. RECTIFIES MISTAKE London, June 23.-The Times' Athens correspondent cables in connection with the report that two members of the late Greek cabinet have been designated to negotiate under Commissioner Jonnart with two members of the present ministry (evidently referring in "tho late cabinet"' to the Venizelos ministry), says: "This moans a fusion of the two parties in Greece under the govern-, ment of Venizelos. Venizelos has arrived at Piraeus;' where a pro-ally demonstration took place, with cries of 'Long live Venizelos.' "King Alexander's letter to Zaimis," tho correspondent says, "in which he describes himself as a faithful puar-dian of the constitution, has given general satisfaction and is considered as dictated by a praiseworthy intention to repair the mistake made in the first proclamation in which he spoke of following In his father's footsteps." CONFIRMS SINKING OF SUB. Washington, June 23.-Confirmation of tho sinking of a German submarine by the navy gunner crew of an armed American merchantman, mentioned in yesterday's dispatches, was received today by the navy department . in a report from Chief Boatswain's Mate, O. J. Gullickson, commanding the gunners. "Apparently tho submarine was either s.unk or badly damaged," his report says, "as nothing further was seen of it." which this year tiro of special importance owing- to tho disappearance of potatoes. N'otwithstanding tho planting of a double aoroago of vegetables compared with peace times, tho yields are disappointing. Extra planting probably will not result In any increase in total production. Home relief is expected with the arrival of the first, early potatoes. These | are delayed, however, as Hungary, the j principal source of early supply, has I also suffered from weeks of drought. 1 The old potatoes have been almost, ex ! hausted. Hamburg and Altoiia. for ex- ample, will Ik- able to furnish none next week. Residents of these centres will draw a pound to a pound and a quarter of bread instead. Residents of Hamburg are now being allowed to pay for fish cards with meat instead of money. C. N. R. EARNINGS. Toronto, June 2:',.-Canadian Northern railway system gross earnings for the week ending June 21, were $911,-4ii0, from July 1 to date $3!>,!)33,000. CnrrespondiitK period last year $744,-:',00-. from July 1 to date. $V,2.:S02,200. The orlglnat'tajjd genuine treatment for chtfmlc diseases of womeri,^d^rt|^OHs cgmplnlnts. Send for freJKJMy; of ^Universal Gt^ide to Health* ' ' v MRS. WM. FRANCIS, e|o. Mrs. H. B,\Vyilson/l02 lit St. W..50 and ?(i.00. All these cheap enough at ... 2.75 When you see these shoes you will say. "they would sell for more by public.auction." MISSES' HIGH TOP BUTTON BOOTS Patent vamp. Sizes 11 to 2. Regular $3.75. closo out ....................................... 2.65 VDIES' HIGH CUT VICI BUTTON BOOTS 5.45 Leather Louis heels. Plain receding toe. Regular $9.00, Closing Out Price.....................;.................. ulics' White Canvas Pumps ..............1^95 SEE OUR WINDOWS CHILD'S BUTTON BOOTS Sizes' S'tolOMj. Regular $2.75. To clear ".......................;.......... 1.95 CHILD'S BUTTON GUNMETAL BOOTS .... 1.25 '�� Sizes B to 7ya. Regular $1.75 and $2.00 To clear T................................. INFANT'S BUTTON BOOTS Sizes 1 to 2% only. Rogular $1.25 to $1.75. To clear..............'....................... 75c Remember! Saturday is the Last Day The Cut-Rate American Boot Sho$ Bijnfley's Old Stand lift Filth Street South I m ;