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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HIE DAILY IIF.IULD PAGE glands "ftfter-Suppef Bargains; On Safe Tonight only 'from 7.30 until 10 o'clock Quantities limited on some lines, so be here early You save from 1O to 25 on these goods; Chilli's Combinations-- GOc to 75c 27 in. Flouncing, 3 or 4 plecei oaly of Swlw Em- broidery Suitable for 'baby dresses. ladles' Night Gowns 75c Hoys' Blouses 75c Our new lol ol Boys' Shlrl Walsla KlilrU now in slock. Made from fait color material. Overalls j to 95c Pliln blue, khaki, black or Jilrlpeii denim overalls. 2 to 12 I'jewa. All In this week. men's Shirts 75c llm'B Work Shirts, n-Ilh col- attached. Light Cbambraya or lilick drills. Slzns to IGli. 'Men's Socks, 5 prs. Men's Fancy or Plain Collon TSocliE. A samplo lol worth up to ?30o pair. On sale lonlglit only. Combinations V, Two special llaci ot Ladles' Hlbbed Collon Comblulloui. 36 '.to 40 slid la loL s' Vests at 'padies' Gnuzo knit Tcsls, or no 39 and 38 size: only. from Wn'U cloths. Medium Slip- OTCT ilylci. Indies' Unflcrskirls 25 only 1. miles' WhtlQ Muslin UndenUrts. trill. Light Weight Corsets Sizes 19 to 26 only In this lol. Two different models for slight ami medium figures. "Little Beauty" Waists 40c A Muslin WatEt made -for ulils 4 to 12 years. Reinforced with heavy Uoe. Detacliablo'lmllons, Garters attached. Child's Underwear 18e to--------25c Qlrli' Summer Underwear In all silts. Vesln 18c to 25c. Draw- era at 25c. Extra quality cotton. 2 pairs Hose for 25c Bliick'tCb1loii 'H'OSB. Betmlesi. Slics BV4 to 10. Only 10 dozen to at this price. CtrlB1 Gauze Knit Comblna-. lloira. Wlilc fence. All sizes to H years. Watson's inake. Ladies' Knit Drawers! UK-, 25 palra Ladles' Knll Cotton'., Drawers. Open .or closed. trim at knee. Boys' School TTosc nibbed Slock'ngs In all sizes. 1'lic kind that stand good-, hard wear. White Middy Ladles' and Misses' Middy Walsls Slript'l collar nnd f cuffs. Sizes 10. to IG years. Zi to 10 dozen only LAdlcs' White Vollo Walils. 7 dlirercnt styles. V AIL new gooda. .Blzea up to 44. f Girls' Corsets Sizes to lit girla 7 io 12 yearsV D. t A. makes. These waists have garters attached. It Pays to Deal at a Strictly Cash Store MILA -PHONE m f Miss Jackion of llanff Is staying with ilre. Sidney Jac'-ts-oa. Mr: nnd Mrs. N, T. MacDonald arc pending Iho in MackoJ rlUi .Mrs, B. ,C. Olaoii. The .card parly which WKB lo Live been held TuoFdav evening by Leaf Chapter 7. (J. K. S-, aa been postponed Indefinitely. Arrangements were made for llose Jay to lie held on SalunlavJ Juno 2nd, I the regular meeting of tbe Major act ROBS chapter, I .O. D. K. held esUrtlay afternoon, other matters if routine oalure wore dlscMEBed. An tnJoyab.Q was spent Vy lie members of the Ancleni Order of Foresters on Thursday cven'm; labt llurgman's Hall, when ocol lodges (Court iTnlty and Court Uarl hold a combined social. iccLal was punned by Court Unity (or Hie en l em In me nl n month ago by Courl Star. Cards, rofrcs'i- its and mufilc helped to uvina i pleasant evening. Tomorrow Is Mother's Day and Ihcro will he special services in the lurches and Sunday schools. The inrjiosc of tho day is not only to wear i flower for mother's sake, "A wliUa for mother In memory dear, bright flower for mother who sllll Is .here." jut also to remember mother in other ways not only by gifts but at least by writing-lo her. It was suggesled .his year that -Mother's Day be f.erred by lliQ' mothers remembering Ibelr sou's thai have answered Ibo call or their country but this was abandoned as 11 was thought unrtec- OuchkoR. war and navy, la the course Epeech duma .which' was. received with applause saJd: "Fortunately UT.Q tint ftcllng of radiant Jojri evoheg by revolution ROOD gave'place tosone of pain and plained tnt cauae of this In a dec- laration pointing out Ike destruc- tion of the- old forms ofj public life hod 'effected than had the of neV rorms Lo re- B J'OuaVyoor.cotKVTy jnfhUEe an extraordinary Juncture "of an nnpar- aljeled Internal troubles as ;hay e before tad onlr a atrong governmental pow- er able to rely on.Lhe of "We received t terrible legacy from the' old wtjlch ,waa Incapable o( torernlng- ib .'timV of peace and GtlU Use waa able lo do so while Miss Ethel C. Neilson Puinl of Slgnor J. A. -Carbonl, Parla, France.- Teacher'of iHe Art of-Singing' Will take a limited number ot pupils FOR TERMS CALL 69 DOMINION BLOCK, PHONE 1'159. gets." "mother never for- Th6 verandah of Hie Chinook Club i well- as the adjoining lea room proved a very popular rendoi- vous (or those 'desiring lea yes- terday .afternoon. The ladles f.f the Red Cross were In charge and received excellent patronage aa all af- ternoon 'the tables were occupied. Large Union Jacks draped the doorr way and the bay window and the tables were ceulred with vasea ol spring flowers. Mrs. Falrley, tin aa 'assisted In various ways by Mrs. Latterly, Mrs. Ains ,worth, Mrs. W. II. Morris, Mrs. Gib' SDH, Mrs. Lund, Mrs. StoUie, Mlaa O'llagen, Mips (Latterly. MIES Woods. Miss Miss Stollz'c. A delightful program was given consist- ing of inslrumentnl numbers by Mre H.- E- K. G. McKlllaj and Miss Meryle'lvlanl paid a _trlbule to tho of the Houf'e of Commons 1 (heir s'ons who had donned khakt defence rf liberty. They were fight- ing, ho said, to prer-throw the worst form of barbarism tho world had efcr y.-Unessrxl. Canadian Iroopa at Yprcs had. saved altuallon. They were lieroes of Ihnt fateful day, when Iho. prevented from breaking Uironeh Lo Callaa. Vlvlanl said'ho would like very much lo see more- of Ccinr.ria. He woultl like to sco Iho towns and cities of this country which had ilonc soVucIt for the causa of liberty. He had no I Ic- ed In the faces of Iho country people In Ihe districts he had passed through the same characteristics aa are not able Dcoiilo of France. War of Liberty M. Impressively declared lhat Iho war was a war for llhenx anil nol a war (of territorial gain. Great Drliflln had mmlo no prcparn tlona' f-ir war, but stio had deltrmlu cd (o (Ight In onlcr (o find on whether or not man had right under W to win Kfs irccdoni llbtrty France had pn nrmy ol mllllohg, bu her for war. was inade ag compared with lhat of Qer many and France would owo her free- dom .to Iho fuel tho Great flrllaln ani her ov era en 3 HomlnlojiB hnd In Franco all parlies vrerfl nn.Lcd TheT_ hfid decided lhat before SQII.-_D their rtfrCerenccS U was tlrat necessary to mnko cerUln. that the people FrdnCfl havo free soil .j 'Recorded In Hansard ,Slr George Foster then moved lha the speech nUft .QSorted slccl helmets for llio Urirted marines adopted and now ready 'or manufnclure, under test reel5ted eight sleet Jacketed bullets, Erom a Spring-field rifle, fired al 100 feet, and broke only on tho ninth iiiot. HELMET STOPS BULLETS To Build RMldence ink tas Uben out a build- ing permit for a-rcsldeaco on 12th SU. C. N. to COB! JIOCO. Take Degree of LL.B. 1 .V B. HQEE, city, and Z. W. Cardston, have tbe LUB.. al Alberta Urtrirstty. H was announced time that T. O. norjokk who left here with 'Latfibrkfce'i Moond batCwrf bad been wounded. Farther deUlli htTa been recfltn4. leenu It nov ta trvn DCSB explottoa f< per-! man Blx-lnch shefl near the fn ptt.' .Sorfft. eollsUnc, WnJ In law of uid CameroDv Folke by, Oik.; Is' Hrumbtes MADE TROM DURUM WHOLE WHEAT, THE MOST NUTRITIOUS WHEAT GROWN IN THE WORLD by the KtiiOGG TOASTED CORN ;