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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSIM, JUNK 20, 1917 THE LETI1IMIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEH E N NESDAY will be a Real Bargain Day for THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Men at the "Bay" Store. 30 Dozen Men's TIES Four in liaiul styles in silks, silk poplins, satins, jdain pop- I'm, Plaid, etc. Reg- ular 75c ties. Exlra special SUIS at SEE CENTER WINDOW SO MEN'S SUITS hi handsome hvecds ami Ismcy worsteds, rich in browns, light and dark greys, also brown checks. A lew plain colors. All sixes. You can save to IjilO.OO on any Siiil. At One Price, Your Choice SEE SOUTH WINDO 200 Men's Negligee SHIRTS Made with soft cuffs and son- collars, also stiff cuffs in vwy neat fine black ami. iruir stripe patterns. Save tlio, crencc. Kegulni' 99c ea. SEE NORTH WINDOW z PHONE 1224- Mr. and: FarMIH motor- ed from Olclclien to spend a few days Sh itie' city. i M.BS Mary McCann left test night for a ihree weeks' visit with friends and relallrea lu Norlli Dakota. j Mrs.'rA: O. Honert9on has left lo spend (ho .summer-at the KoberUcn ranclrtiear Haley. .Tbc.Sir Alexander Gall Cba.'ler, 1.0, p.B. wlU be'In charce or the Hud- son's Bay .tea room tomorrow after- icon. The' members "of the Pearl SecVers Bible class of-Knbx church will meet en Thursday evening at S o'clock al tUo home of Mra. W. K. Hicks. i Miss Etta Hutlon left last night for Toronto, where she will be married lo Sir II. Af-Nlcnolson Ihe laller part ol the weeV.' ;J Mrs. Sidney W. Salt left yesterday for Pembroke, OnL, where she will lUy while her hosbanrt ScrgL-bsk; is Potawawn camp wllu. the 78ln Bat- tery- v i Mr, S. G. Robertson has left tor Van- hied Mrs. Hobcrtson. who ha a.teen visiting friend 3 the. last two Mr'and Mrs. Robertson are tolng up to Skagway. f-.Mr. T. N. Johnston who has been Tlsltlng his daughter, Mrs, Ernest S. Jackson, loft cast totlay BC compuiled little, gi ter, MCes.Isabel Jackson. 1 Mri. Fred W. Downer entertained at i (MraMe (ea yesterday afternoon for Iwo brldes-p Iccl, Miss Muriel Miss KUi HuKnn. Twenty friends, of the gweels of-honor wen f. r Tho Wlllarn W.C.T.U. Is holding" (in Ice cream .social on Thursday evening Kt 8 o'clock In aid of the Hcd Cross at tie home of Mrs. Dura worth, C1I 9th Bonth, A munlcal prog rim will flren tod the public Is cordlilly Intlttd. A illver collecthm will be Mr. former principal school, who hatt been at front for jjercrjl months, in ndw M ,nli nAy'back to Canada lo rbrn- ntnca hi> aa of (ho Tocallonal' Irafnlng achcol for rfttnrn- loHUri al Baakatoon. Mrs, Rtcb- M md family are leafing the city In m Mr. ana Mrs., A. S% F. aro spending a Tew1 days In Calvary', guests at the r 7.T-.' Mrs. J. .A'. Jackson, who" uode'rwent an operation for appendicitis this morning, is progressing favorably.. Mrs. W. C. Marshall of. SI. Paul, Ultm., Is TlslllDE Mr, and Mrs. George F- Heath. -L Mrs.'A. C. Ilaworiii and children re- turned yesterday afternoon from eilended slay In Mrs. W. fcl. Pramfi.'LellibrliigG, A ia vlslling he-? Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kline, IHo Ingersoll Free Preas. The tea lhal was.ID be.held tomor- row afternoon for Iho L.O.B.A. at the home of Mrs. 1236 ith Avc. N., has beca-'pbalponed1 until fur- ther notice. The Major Jack Ross chapter I.O.TV E. will servo fc'a at ttie Palace Ice lim Thuraday afternoon. The procoe'ds will be used for the pa- rlollc work of tho chapter. Mrf. J. B, TVllkie end daughter Jean nro eipeelect loathe city on Tuesday next, 'from'; where Mrs. Wllklc has been visiting her parents, Iler. Mr, and Mra. Qeggle, for the pasi six months.'. The oral essay com petition being conducted by Ihe Major Ross chapter "gfiiilea 5, 6'ferid bonds of inaL-Imony, the" Rev. Chan. Lltsliop DIXON A quiet wedding LooVj place JTonJlay IStd, at St. Barnabas Medi- cine Hal, when the Rc-v. A, M. HairiU Ing, vicar ol Holy Trinity, united in marriage ilr. Percy William .Schulte and Miss Annie Dlixori. Miss HcBsie Uiion was her sister's bridcErnold and Mr. Norman Davis was the grooms- man. Mr. J. G. DIxon, of Toronto, the IJrlde's. father, and -.Mrs. piipxi, ,weri present. Mr. i-.riYi Airs. Schutle yiH spend pnrt of iha Baiiff'intj weslcm pclsls aid win arfly Jn View Ctiirt, Medlclna Hat. Mies Dlxon Is veil in Leth- bridge, has spcnl several months on occasions. the guest ot her RED CROSS NOTEiS. Will you be at the lied Cross rooms tomorrow? There Is a great deal -of to be done. A quant Red Cross URS was received from head-, quarters" yesterday. Nearly nil of. Ihe" articles madu in Ihe rooms this week require Red Cross lags. There will be quilting 03 well an machine slilchlng, BCwfnp on buttons, and making band-; agea. If your name Is on Ihe atiend- arica roll he prceciiL tomorrow Ifj'pbs- slblc, otherwise c.orae and rcg'Uler, 7, l bo heltl tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clorK In Central school auditorium. At the conclusion of lh7eUy assorted flavors, Tomatocsi New i. 24c IJlack Tea, 1 Ib. 40c Mr. nnd Mm. f. both of gtde In which Aral Mil'- (tUnd, wert holy Urr ii OBO o( the ncro' 'nibrnlng troni Chinook club at I'o'cMK And will return Man- m thB.lrlp. f. V" It will be necessary for.rar.rtrfvera lo liare proper permits tot Ifcelr cars lo. outer Iho States. Tljcao ,'musl 'be fnim'llie American' Cpn'sill-lyp- fore CrMaVnoon.' It' will :ba" sary also for all males .In parlj -i botwcca' the