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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta F|\IDAY, MAY 10,1918 THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY nEHALD PAGE NINE Tailored Hats at $2J98 IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR MID-8UMMER STOCK Wl ARI OLOaiNQ OUT A LINB OF �4.25 TAILORED HATS AT $2.98 ? > � * > ? ? : ? :?>* ? FordHOu traclorH would Hoon bo ? ? Ordors for trnclors. will he taken ? us boforo by tho dopartinont at ? : tho price hitherto chnrgfid, ? : $795, dollvornd at any railway � > station In the province. ? ? *** > ; * o LethbridgeMillinery Co. Ltd. 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH A. SCOTT, MANAGER L FOURTH OF BU I^ndota, March 10.-in tho period %^tW�eh March 21, whan the Gorman i offensive was begun, and April 25, Itke loesea of the French wore only ' one fourth to one ftfth those of the British. This statement was made lto-4�y by * roures6nt�tlve of General iCMlma RMclifte, chief director of inJIay 10.--Fire to-day destroyed a Biiiall hotel and forty bungailowB besides other buU-dlnB.s and the broad walk at Nassau-By-The-Sea with a property loss estimated at 1100,000. BOLTED INTO BRITISH LINES. Washington, May 10.-A Germai). mall team recently uolted into tho British linop when an enemy transport column was stampeded by violent artillery action. A report to-day to the headquarters ot the British mlii-tary mission telling of tho incident said the captured letters revealed a marked lack ot enthusiasm among the I enemy forces. ' WELLSlOCeUP I'rUu:o Albert, Sask., May 10.- A problem bus arisen ovor the disposal of atock.s of flour nt proHonl in tho hands of consumers over their ro-quiromonts of two weeks. Tho food board has ordered that dealers take back tho surplus stocks. It appears, however, that as a result of the drivo made by dealers to dL-iposo of stocks of whito flour before the war flour era, consumers stocked up largely on the white brand. While the food board has ordered consumers to reduce to a two weeks' supply dealers decline to lake back tho white flour stocks. A further ruling by the food board seems to be necessary. Tho police department asked about tho situation admitted that it was one which would have to be dealt with by tho food board. DR. CAMERON DEAD. Sydney, N.'S., May 9.-Dr. Hugh' Cameron, former M.I". for Inverness County, died test night, at the homo ot his Bon-ln-law, Ur. E. C. MacDon-ald. Glace Bay. He was 82 years old and had represented Inverness In the House of Commons for twenty years. A BIG DROP Wa.shington, May 10.-Official French statistics on the submarine warfare received here in a dispatch from France ? ? ? ? .> < < .;. <. .;. 4. � today shows that tho total losses of allied and- neutral ships including accidents at sea were approximately one halt as great during April this year as in March, 1917. ' noli GERMANY'S NAVAL ACTIVITY. Many reports have reached here recently of the naval activity at Kiel. Above are two pictures reproduced in German publications, showing activity In the Kiel Canal.' f*OIITI0N OF TOHONTO'8 PRODUCTION PR0CC9SI0N of upwards of 1,000 boys and girls signified their 'intention of (iBhting on the (arm tJiliy^ar. ' V ....... 1: QUICN MARY INSPECTS WOMEN LAND WORKERS IN THE GROUNDS OF BUCKINGHAM 4rbr�� chean (or Hctr Majesty after the Inapectlon. m PALACE, FARMERETTES BEGIN THEIJl TOIL ON THE SOIL. MUfl May Murray at work on an Ontario farm. THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR The Royal Store Ladies' Wear The Balance of This Well Known Stock Will be Put on Sale in the Dominion Block DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE GRAHAM GARAGE 6th. STREET S- TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 14th ai 9 o'clock BE THERE ON TIME THIS STOCK HAS BEEN SOLD AT A LOW RATE ON THE DOLLAR AND THE PURCHASERS HAVE TURNED THE WHOLE CONSIGNIHENT OVER TO FRANK WADDINGTON TO CONVERT INTO CASH. THE PUBLIC CAN BE ASSURED OF SECURING IMMENSE BARGAINS AS THE GOODS WILL BE MARKED AT SUCH LOW PRICES AS TO ENSURE ITS SPEEDY SALE. Here Are a Few Items of Interest Study These Prices and be on Hand Tues. Morning AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES In taffeta, georgette crepe, charmuese and niessallne. 1 Q 7C' $4.45 to ........................ iO*l9 Really less than cost. 15 SUITS Serges and worsteds. Wonderful values to ?35.00. Choice ......... Buy one of these. 11.95 RAINCOATS 12.45 Be prepared for the rain. It's coming. To appreciate these you must see thorn. $3.75 to .............. HOSIERY Silks, at Silks, at 'at at at Silks, Silks, Silks, Values to $2.75. Stock up on these. 45c 65c 85c 1.25 1.50 Men's Suits Consorvntlve styles. Gooa for businoas and everyday wear. All wool lining unid materials. Many shades and assorted sizes from 35 to 42, Values $1S.00, ?20.00 and $22.50. Choice $12.45 WHITEWEAR Middles and Skirts, Each.......................... Corset Covers and Drawere. Each..........;........�....... Middies, extra fine. Jiach......................... Reads like a fairy tale. . 85c 20c 1.35 EXTRA 1.00 Makes Auction Sale Bargauis Look Foolish. ' Wash Dresses. 15 only. Values up * yj* to $22.50. Going .................. I* 10 Truth is stranger than fiction. FRENCH KID GLOVES Perrin's make. AVhile, tan, grey, black. Regular $2.50. 1 OC Sale ............................. l�CO Kayser Silk. $1.76 value. Sale.......................... Kayser Silk. $1.00 value. C C ^ Sale.............................. Doc These will go first morning.' SPRING COATS AND AUTO COATS Assortment galateas, 91% $3.45 to .................. ..... l^.