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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 2. iniR TIIF, LRTIiniUDCK DAFLY rriCHALl) PAGE ELEVEH OUR 248th BIRTHDAY Only ONE DAY MORE For These! DON'T MISS ANY OF THEM A SHIPMENT OF NAVY BLUE SUITS has just coiriu lo hanil .wliicli wo iiio placing on huIi^ for -i rt aq tho noxt two (InyH onl.v at ............. ----......... lO.'iO ThoBo aru tho rogular $HO.Oi) value. Simcu won't iitrmlt oi' (IcBcrlptloii. Coiiio'and ace Iheni for yoursolvcs. Wo linvc iil.so placed with thoin a uunihRV of SuIIk previously on our racks, and tho wholo uiuIk.'h an uHsortiniliit rnro'ly to bo mot with. friday and saturday only AU One Price - $18.48 children's muslin drawers-Sizes 4 to 12 years. A Kood uuallty and very daintily trlniniod. "JQ^ Birthday price........................................ ^OC ladies' muslin drawers of superfine tiualily, with tviU of embroidery. Kitlier open or eloaod. 7ft/" Birthday price ........................................ lOC children's muslin underskirts. Prettily finlHlied wllh eriibroldory. All slzea. lilrthdiiy T^r price................................................. iDC a big snap IN house dresses. Made of prints and GImk-hams In light and dark colors. Ilegular valucH to $2.1!iJ4 . 1'AO Illrthday .price .................................i�40 we still have a few of those charming silk dresses to HCU at $14.88, tho .sale of which will continue for tho remainder of the week if not previously sold out. Only ONE MORE DAY For These ! DON'T MISS ANY OF THEM! children's button shoes of patent leather with clolh tops. A neat and dres.sy shoe to'r the little one. Sizes S to | f\f\ Regular $3.2ri. BirUulay pri.^e .................... l�VV misses* black calf blucher boots. StrouK and serviceable for general wear. The celebrated "Classic" make. Sizes U to 2. KegUlar $4.01). O >�0 Birthday price...................................... . 0,4" boys 'shoes of dark brown S'.noked Elk. with white Elk sole and medium flat heels. A dandy summer shoe. LibIiI and flexible. Sizes 2Vj to 0. Itegular $:!.ri(). n f^fx Birthday price ................................ ..... ^�VU ladies' white canvas pumps with French heels. Has a very neat too tind buckles. In sizes SU. only, so will clear at a special Birthday price of .................... OUR 248th BIRTHDAY 99c EXTRA SPECIAL! )R TW.O .HOURS SELLING ONLY, ON FRIDAY FR , 9.00 TO 11.00 A.M. BEAUTY SILK, The CQlor.M are .white, maize, sand, sky, saxe, mauve, light grey, dark grey, pea green and navy. Hegulaj- ?1.2.'). . Birthday Price, 98c yard No Phone Orclsrs No C.O.D. , No Approval on this Line. and then your chance of benefiting from the Kxlraordinary Values wei are offering during our ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION  EVENT WILL HAVE PASSED Be on hand bright and early {omTjrrow morning iMcpdred to reap the full benefit of the opportunities of savings you will find. Many customers coming late in the day have been disappointed to find some of the greatest plums already sold. DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU. BE EARLY! Only ONE MORE DAY For These ! DON'T MISS ANY OF THEM LAKWOODVOILES In plaids of yellow, pink, rose, sky, saxe, and green combinations. UcKUlar tl5j yard. iilar :inc. Birthday [-.rice, :! tins................. h'iiicsl 'I'rotit. hal:' lb. tins. Regular 2 for' IHc. Birthilay price. :' tins .................... Custard Powder. Regulai- 2 pkts. .^^c. l'.iilli(lay jirice. 2 pkts. ......'................. t lb. jlails Raspberry and .Xpple .)ani. Regular T.Tc liLiil. Birthday price........................... 25c 25c 48c 48c 50c 44c 99c 59c 25c 70c : Only ONE DAY MORE For These! DON'T MISS ANY OF THEM MEN'S WOOL PULL-OVER SWEATERS. Made with tar*? nocks. .Neat form rilling. (.'olDrs navy, grey ami brown. Sizes. m fO 10 -12. Regular :f t 7.'.. Biriliday price .................4*�iO MEN'S CLUB SPORT SHIRTS in a splendid range Ot "I JO colors. Sizes I'l'-a to 17. Spei.-lal Ulrtbday price ...... lalO MEN'S FINE POROUS KNIT COMBINATION UNDEItWEAR. In while only. Special Birthday J BALBRICGAN COMBINATION UNDERWEAr" In wh^c 78c prii.'e BOYS' ____ anil natural color. Sizes 24 to 22. Special Birthiiay iLook on page 6 for particulars of our Suit Special. Honestly-it's an offer you cannot afford to pass ovei". prK'c................................................. A FINE RANGE OF FANCY NECKWEAR. Made of genuine Swiss Silks. A grand range of jiat terns and colorings, -t A A Ri;gulni' ,">ec each. Birthday price, :'. for ............... laUU VERY SMART BOYS' BLOUSES. :\lade of extra weight materials of crepes, cottons, ceylons and oxfords. Regular 1.50. �t -i Q Birthday prici-....................................... i�iO MEN'S PYJAMAS in medium weight striped Flannelette. All sizes in stock. Regular .$2..')ll. | QQ Birthday price ....................................... imUO MEN'S WHITE CASHMERE SOX of suitable weight for summer wear. These are very scarce and hard to procure, bo CQ^ make sure of youi'Kiiow. Special Birthday price, pair .. .DOC Congoleum Rug Specials, for Two Days Only lOveryone now appreciates the beauty and utility of these. .10 no need to detail their merits. Suffice to say .we have the largest and most varied stock ot them In I.ethbridge. Flere are particulars and prices of them. Size 3x4V2. R^egular $1.75 for ...____..: $1.38 Size 41/2x414. Regular $4.50 for_______. $3.69 Size 6x9. Regular $7.75 for.......... $6.49 Size 7V2x9. Regular $10.00 for.......$8.89 Size 9x9. Regular $11.25 for...........$9.89 EXTRA SPECIALS IN SUIT CASES 4 Only, Suit Cases. Regular $15.00 for ..........$12:79 3 Only. Suit Cases. Regular $7.50 for............$5.98 3 Only. Suit Cases. Regular $4.00 for........... $2.99 10 ELECTRIC CHANDELIERS. Special Birthday price......... 4 Only, Suit Cases. Regular $6.75 for ............ $5.68 8 Jap Suit Cases. Regular $2.75 for ............$1.89 Regular $3.25 for-... $2.69 Worth $12.01). 8.98 DAINTY DRESSES for DAINTY DAMSELS. We have just received 200 most ctarming Children's Dresses, already.miade and stamped with dainty dealgns and scalloped edges fpi! embroidevlrig. The material Is all white spotted vesting,.beautituUy tine and soft. All sizes, Vi, 1, 2, ;i and 4 years. You would have to pay $1.00 In the ordinary rlin, but as a moniento oE our Birthday celeliratloii we shall clear-them out.tlie;tv'o following,days. ,:, At 59c each MILADI PHONB 1224 ? ? > : ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? : : ? ? ? ? ? ? : : A cross old woman of long ago llecliired that she hated nolae; "The town would bo so pleasant, you kiiow', / It there only wero no bo.va." She scoklod and fretted about It till ,Her eyes grew heavy'a's load, And then, of a sudden, tho town grow } atlll, .For alMhe boy.s had fled. Ji^nA all tlirongh .the long and duSty I street , There wasn't a boy in view; The baseball lot, where tlioy used to meet : WAs a sight to mako one blue; Tho grans was growing on every base. And the paths that tho runuora V matja, VoT thfre waan't a soul in all the placo Wlio Icnew how tho gnino was played. Tho dogs wore sleeping 'the livelong day, 'AVhy should ihoy bai-k or leap'/ There wasn't a whlsllo or call lo play, And ho they'could only aleeii. Tho pony nolghcd from his lonely stall, And longed tor aaddlo and rein; And oven the birds on the garden wall Chirped only a dull refrain. Tiioro was a Utile, 1 ween, of frolic and nolae. There was lass of ohoor and mirth; The Bad old town, since It lacked iU boys Was tho droarlesl place on �krni. Tho poor old womivn bognn lo woep; Then awoUo with a sudden scroam. "lltiar mo!" tiho cried. "Ihiivo boon aaloep. And oh what a horrid dream," " ICOSTKA. of High lliver and Rev. Hunter Blalrraore. ot ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > : ? : : : ? : : : ? : ? C. ff .> .;. .j SOCIAL EVENTS !' *� � : personal � O'^OOO^O^O^ � A � 4> � � Mias Aileoii Dunham returned home yesterday from Edmonton, where she haa been attending tho Alberta University, �   Miss XI. Derringer left last night tor Medicine Hut, where she will remain for some time. *  -. Key. W. P. Burns liai votijrnod after attdnding the Prosbyterlah Synod in Calgary, 1,^ ; { \ � ' , ; *   Mr. Alox. Uoh4rtBon haa returned from attending the university at Edmonton and left yesterday for naley, whore he will do tarnji work on his father's ranch. Wra. C. McKlUop returned last night from Calgary. *  * Mra. nay Knight and children accompanied by her sister, Mlas Klhol llennlgor, returned from Los Angeles, whore they have been spending tho winter. *   Miss Fawnu rolurned from Modl-clnq Mat on Monday, whore she suc-coasfully completed her training courao. * * >. Mrs. Denoon returned yosterday from Calgary where she attended the annual meeting of thiT Women's Missionary Society of the Preabytorlan (duirch. I    . iVmpng the out-of-town visitors in (Mty today ntlonding the orrtiuation RWvlces at tlio Haptiat church are the following, Kov. C; V. McClaiirin, Uen. Siipt. ot 'Missions, forUlio province; llov. 11. B. "Cross wJib has Just rolurned from linlla, Bov./J. M. Huntley, Uov. McNully, Uev. Kompton and Uev. Fraser of Culgui.'y, , lloyerend BluiidoirbC Modk I'lio'llut. Rev'. PoBaoo The public are reminded of next Saturday, lilt) Sir Alexander Gall C^liapter I.O.D.IO. tag day. It^goea without saying that this Is a most worthy cause and when reminded that last year the chapter sent away ;I000 pairs ot socks alone the necessity tor funds is easily realized. Please do your share, great or small on Saturday. o o * 0" * On- Tuesday a large number of boy and girl friend!; of the boys gathered at the home ot Mrs. CMinnlnghani lo bid farewell to Ted Cunningham and Gordon Elwin who left yesterday f(n' Ile-gina. having enlisted In the R. .N'. W. M. P. . . ' The teachers and officer.s TJnltod Sunday School .'^ Elsie Matsou. a rriemb ing staff at liev home I preslented her with a silver carving A m'oeting ot the woman's branch of i set. Xtiss Matson's;marriage to Mr. the Bed Cross will bo hold In the; David Allien tak(>si-place on,Friday, rooms tomorrow aftorno'ou at; four 120 bath towels. 240 towels. 20-1 prl-viite ])roperty bags. 2-1 amputation slings. S4 khaki slings. Hi pneumonia jiickets, -12 surgical stockings, liO manytalled bandages,' I-iii fomentation wringers. 12 kit bags. -18 slings, total ;l,o;{0. C;ommittee; Convenor, .Mrs. Win. Scott, Mrs. .r. .-ii. A'oung, .Mrs. McKillop, .Mrs. .1. S. Stewart. � >;i V GROW YOUR OWN SUGAR.' Aiiyhoily can grow syrup now. The Central Ratepayers'' .-VBSupiaUon has discovered that beets of high' sw.eeten-ing pr'opei'ties ciin be grown and that The Bab:^ WdJai^^nstitute Opens; Kee^i^ ? > : : � �: � \;, Rev. Hu'gfi' DoIjBpn "Tioia;' > 5- u conference arid .rtlawisHtoiivoif * Ulcers of the ing propei'tles ciui be grown and that,.* the 'Btiby -'^W^ll^^^flTs^*^^^:-;!.' surprised Miss a small sugar beet farm in every back | ? '^"^""^^ erof tlie teach- yard this .summer will i)rovide backing ? in the Wesley 1 ^aMf)l^.*VBlT-:;,�. nst ovenim; and ' syrup, with hardly any t^ost at all. : one interested. S, :V;: o'clock. ~*  � I . '. � � On .Monday, Mtiy (i, tho Camp fire of Wesley church arc putting on a grand council fire. Mr. .Toe Healey will be present in native warrior costume. A very Interesting programmo la being prepared. � * * The Local Council ot Women greatly appreciate the co-oporallou of the city offhdals and citizens in carrying out the plans of tho automobile procession to carry ili\) school (dilldr.en. They wish to thank the owners ot cars for their kind assistance and in-; torost taken In the children, and also the Auto Club. . ,. Tho regular monthly meeting ot tho .\'o.\t-or-Kln will be hold In the iMoiiso hall on Friday evening at 7 o'clock. All members are rociuosted to bo on time so that any who wish can attend the lectures or Baby Welfare aftej the jncetlng. At the last mooting of the Nexl-of-Kin the rosignalloii of Mrs. Andrews was accepted and Mrs. Leigh was elected first vlcopresldenl and Mr. Oliver, honorary president. * -y A The Missionary Cantala given by the .lunlor choir nndor Iho leadership of .Mrs. Jackson was well attemlod last iilglil, the music was splendid and every part of It well rendered. The alkiea wore iil.so most intorostliig. The proceeds are to go towards buylns inusii;. � * * The Sir Alexander Gall Chapter i. O.n.E. have us tholr Uoadqimrtora tho .basomoni of Knox church. Tlioso who aro lagging can gel their lugs . between four and six on 'Friday afternoon or on Saturday mornii)K wtifff V V V V *' ' ? ? > ? ? : ^ .;. .;. , WEDDINGS .;. .;. ; > GAB1.0\i^'VY--FKTCII A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Uevine street Methodist parsonage, Sarnia. Onl., on .Friday artoiv noon. April 12tli. by the.R\)v. G. iV. Hazen, when -Miss Ida ,1. A. Galloway, daughter of the Into W. T. Gallov.uy of. Sanila, was nailed In marriage to Mr. IJrancis ,1. Petcli of Adelaide township. The bride is a niece of Rev. Q. 11. Cobhledick, B.A., H.l)., of Kd-nionton, Alborliv, w)lh whom slii! resided for-a number of years, coming lo Sum la ."iboiil ii year ago, where ^he has since remained with her brother, Mr. W. R. Galloway of 4.''.2 ConfeiU-.--atlon Bireet, wlHuing for herself umiiy friends during liei' short stay In this city, Tho bride was becomingly attired In a suit of. sand sliaUe poplin with hat lo match; The happy couple loft by niQlur car for their" home near Stralhroy, accompanied by the best wishes of maiiv frloiids. itf �   * > o : : : : : : : : : : c� J ^^i'-" '> > > > Shipped from I'.ethbrJdgo Branch Red Cross to Calgary,, .\prll.26lh: 132 ainlia pyjai)ias, 120 .day shirts, 2711 binders, 2-tO pllloiv^^ases, �151! liandkor-chlofs. 72 sheelsju.lJO nui''Kes' aprons, 1H2 pairs.socks, 12 aui'glcal shirts, lOS stretcher iiaps, 204 T, baiulages, l-ll .wash-clotiliB, .132, \)ed pan tinvoiis, Rt Rich Dark Syrup. The'seeil should, be planted in'rows liS Indies .ipart in deep ric)i sijjl.' Then wheii'llie beets are grown llie diroctloijs set forth in a biillotln .Issued by tho I'nited Slates department of agrK'.ulture'-are followed. If this la'done, the result will be a rich � syrui)  of-'dark color. W'hlch, though 'not pitlalable tor'direct ' uso, on wHftleit, hotciikes. etc.. can be jised for sweetening -t-r^^i^/'UiysV.; � FRIDAY'S PROQRAMjym---'-Friday �Afternoon'T^2--'3'(iiBp(|yi>!|ihBH-ing by Dr. Taylor 4nil'>'Nl�W,^^!i' 3, Chairman's Address, Kev.7Bi�kpEi.5.-l(), lireventioti of ,.iufoetiOiia,,jI(l)isMes,,ln. children, ,Dr. P. M. (.!aS)pil)oM^]Yerad stealing Eggs by J, � J. McCaiighUn, of Mono Road, who liad noticed each morning that u number ot eggs were mUitlag. ;