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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDNESDAY, MAY 22. 1918 nn-: jf^wmmiiDOE daily iiici^ai-d PACK eleven Take Advantage of the Discount In Our omanization FOR THE HOLIDAY WEARABLES EVERY DOLLAR SAVED HELPS SOME 10 per cent. Discount on Gloves and | 10 per cent. Discount on Silks, Crepes Hosiery. 10 per cent. Discount on Neckwear and Ribbons. and Velvets. 10 per cent. Discount on Voiles, Repps and Muslins. ^ 10 per cent. Discount on Underwear j 10 per cent Discount on Prints, Ging- and Corsets. hams and Galateas. 15% Off Ladies' Silk and Serge Dresses. This means that you can buy a dress to fit you, all ready for use, for practically the price of the material in it. 10 "r Off all Boys' Suits and Bloomers. 10 % Off all Girls' Dresses and Under- wear. NOT LAUGHING DAYS. ' 'riipsc, iii-c 111)1 lailKilliii; i � for u: ! 111 llllllU'. 'I'lio olil. freK-riiiBiilK la mi. ivhirli - we, kniiW Sf'ciiiri HtriiiiHoly out. ii( [li, .'iriil (lilt (if lillU'. A ! � 10'; Off all Boys' Hats, Caps and Underwear. lO'^; Off Curtains, Nets and Cretonnes. 20- Off Ladies' Cloth Suits Solcct your suit now. Thn atnolc is vory complctii with iiowpst sty)o;; in navy, sand, nrt'L'ii ami lirowii Kiiit.i of hiKli (luality. All offproil at this extraordinary rodiictioii. Don't ilolay. Tho Ciirly uiislomcrs will j;ot, host choict. LADIES' CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS S3 J5 All aluidL':; and sizes. llPKUlar values, ,?,�),00 to $7.r,i). NAVY SERGE AND TWEED SKIRTS S4.75 All wool iiiatpiial.t, last colors. AssorlPil stzps. Itceular valiios ?7.00. WHITE REPP SKIRTS S1.39 All sizes, 2( to .".n waist. Regular value ?2.2.5. LADIES' COTTON VESTS At 25c \Vhil� rililicci cotton vosts, short slrt've or without slp(!ve. Regular :!5c valtici IJor ;;.">c. i hrotlier of .Mr. Ceon;c ]�. Mr Kay or tills city, lia3 l)i>en adiiiil Ui the Hoard '�of Toronto Hallway ( onui-.uiy. IK ^ ' i ^frs. Herbert Tiifssi lies jimt re-: cpivud the .sad news of lui- nioihor's j ileath at VnudoiicDur:, Fiaiii.p, al'ter j : a short illness. ! , . . i 1 Mrs. Uiitton, wlio lia.^ b(^iv en in the making and finish of Ihesp miriiieiits. and yon will find tliPiii iiiiisi seiviceahle in wear. All sizes in stock. THURSDAY ONLY S1.19 TO CELEBRATE On ale on You Want a Suit . . . . .Most men want to pay iiboilt ^i;S.(iO. We can sell you one of these im Thursday for ."SiLM.),-.. �l-ht: kind of suits a man sees in a. mill utp, are service civint;. IIM) per cent, perfect workman-ship. ion per cent, perfect style.. ;te!j;iilar price J^S.nO - Tliat'.s all, you do the rest. THURSDAY ONLY LINOLEUM Fur this special event our Hoii�e I'lilnishiiiKH Dept. has laid a.side liim .Sipiare Yards of IJnoleiini in five dlttereut jmtK.'rns eoniprisiiiK a wide raiiKP of coloriiiK.s to blend with any decorative scheme and snitalile for any purpose, Th'- rcKular price is J^.Sfi per linf.'iil yard. THURSDAY ONLY A MOST TIIVIELY OFFERING YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MIS&. HoiiRhl [irevioiisly to tho recent tremendous advance in price of ^ LIQUIDS Af(DJ�il�Te8. FOR BLACK, WHITE. TAN, DARK BROWN OK OX.BLOODtNOCs7 MCSBRVETHKLEATHIR. -ttit F.'F. PAjiSV COKroRATlONI, LIMrrtO, HAMILTON. Gunner Maurice ILtilcy left tiiis morning for Calgaiy to re-join the j T8th Battery. i -Mrs. M. ,1. .MMvifini, of Calgary,! who has bi.'ni visiting here as the ! guest of her sisicr, Mrs. ,1, .-\lrd. i left last week lor Vancouver. After | spending sonic, liiiie lliero Mrs. Mori-i �on will visit in Winnipeg before returning to her liiimc. r.- il _ Dr. H. .\. l-'riciii-r. of Toronto, will , 'act as adjudicator at the Provincial JUisleal Festival, which opens in Calgary to-day.  * � \ > > in liis friends present. The hostesses of Iho ovettUig were .Mrs. Collier, .Mrs. Weslcott. Mrs. \V. 11. Holt and .Mrs. \(akelin. The 'others iircseni v.'ere .Misses B. Bouillon, ]�:. Hoiillmj, .M. Westley, H. Sher-i lev, (j. Hull and Messr.s. IJ, tlolt, K. ; Holt, A. WesUcy, B. Collier, O. lAulge 'and T. Archibald, tlr. Hailey left on jlhe iiiornin.n iiiiin to rejoin the TSth i Hattery in Calnary ami was given a i rousing rieiid (lit ai llie station. I 1. * * c. � .;. V I' ; > o ? ? ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? : : : : : : ? : : : > ? : : : The Baptist .Mission Circle w'ill ! hold an open meeting in the church i on Wednesday evening at S.oO, Pub- ' He cordially invited. * v The inemlnns of the Eastern Star will meet at the Red llross rooms on Tluirsday afiernoon ; of this week lij place of Friday. Tho ladles are urged lo make a special effort to come as there iii a great domantl tor workers.    TliQ Local (::ouncll of 'Women rtofiire to thank all' those who assisted in making their lug day such a splendid success. The.' receipts wore $(3-17.50, Kxpenses: Tags, $12.50, boxes and labole, J(>,:;i); express on boxes, $2,7ri; twine and' sundries, $2,110; total, .f24.2i"i; leaving a balance of $(J23.0,n. This fund Is to be used lo equip and niainlaln a nillk station in connection with ihe nursing mission , and for (he furUioranco of child wel-! faro work In tills city. * � An tho regular mooting of the Local C^ouncil or \\'onien coinos on jMay 24, which is a lioliiluy, il has been jiosf-' ponod till Monday, .May X7, at 1 Ill Iho Y..M.O..A. . . . .1 *Tlio iirizctifor the os.snys wj'itton for tho rocent Sir' Alexander Gall Chapter 1.0.D.K. compotltlon will be proaentcd to-morrow at 3 o'clock in Uio ttudltorhini of Central School. Tlio cIuBsoB from Grades VI up  will 1)b preBon.*. -i.iii jv'l meiiibii's of tho chapter arc rofinest'-jd to attend. Hev. C. K,. Cragg will b.^ cliairman. # T Dominion Rebckah I.,odge, No. 11, will hold Its regular meeting in the I.O.O.r. Hall Thursday evening at .S o'clocta 'I'he degree will be conferred. Visiting lirothers and sisters welcome. :'. : ' � Word hae been received tlvat Driver .lack Wolstoncrnft of tlie Olsl Battery, l''rance, has received a ]>arcel sent by the Oirls' Aiii-iliary of St. Mary's Church, and wishes to tliank ihem for llieil; kindness. : ? > ? ? ? '\' WEDDINGS OURAY-IIARKKR. At the United Parsonage on Tue.s-day, .Alay 21, .Mr. Saniuol Napoleon Oliray and .Miss Jrene lUirker, Ijotli of Caril^ton, were iiiiilod in marriage by itov. 10. J. Ilodgin.s. ^V'ord wati received in Calgary that five more members of ilie Calgary Central Nursing Division have been chosen as X'.A.D.'s for overseas sei;-vice. Tliis makes nine young \yonioii already called from Calgary. Miss Nina Boyle, the first woman candidate tor the Imperial house is pointing to the example of .-Vlberla anil lirltlfih 'Columbia in selecting MIbs McAdama anti .Mrs. Ralph Smith to their legislatures! as example why Great Britain should folloiv Canada's lead.-Toronto Daily News. 1..hristian Association has issued a warning to young women and girls through Alberta and -Saskatcliewan that there will he no reduced rates to British Ccijumbia this year fin' fruit pickers and riOt fortli that as the work will not be nndi'rlaki'n for several months the chances of making even exiienses are not bright, TJiey are warned against registering for this ' work without oarefu'l cotl.ilrterallon. . '* * "' ' , ' '� The,-airi Alexaniler Gii'lt .Chapter I.O.D,B,i aoknowledROK with > thanks the tolloNvlng socks from Central School, May 15. Grade 111.-'I'revoi' Davlca 1, Harriot Chaplin ;i, liUda Proctin- .^r>vtl.loon MuCanu I. Grade V.-lirma Nichols 3,- Mattio Perry 2, Anna Dsllund 1, Gilbert Murrell-Wriglil 1, Marlon Patterson I. Cliristino Kerrie 1, Hvelyn Fowler 1, K. Dunn 1, Brien llDrno.l. .Madge liutton I, Maggie Twatldle W, Helen -McKillpp 1. .Marie l^'grter 1, Agnua -McLean 1. v: , j^. Grade VI,-HeleU Boyden S, uottle Blunt 2, Carol Siraker 1, Winnie Scoit 1, Virginia Seltzer 1, Madeline Hallworlh 1, lidilh IlallwortU 1, .Ilm .-\daiii.t 1, Lilian Knapinan 'i, Adelyu Sl>ai'ks 2. .Marlon Crawford 2, Myrtle Prod or 1, l''loi'a Palerson 1, lOihel IJawsun 1. Helen Colpman i, Kathleen (Jolpman 1, Adair Simpson 1, i'kllih Ball "., Margaret Cress 1, .1. Conn 1. Grade Vli.-Margaret Nlven 'J, ^'erna Moselton .1, Florenco Church 1, .lanet Twaddle .Muriel Higln-bothani 1, Helen Hawdeu I, Grade Vlll.-Naomi Grant 1, Mar--garet nuncan :\, Grace Rosaine 2, Grace Dawson l.-7-Total Til pairs. AUTOSPRESi rPEG STRIKE Winnipeg, May 22.-With the telephone system giving only � llmileil . service, ope.-tited by women's socie-! ties ot Winnipeg and no street cars j in operalioii today, th*^ strike is be-' ginning to press heavily on Winnipeg i citizens, iiniployer.^ rose lo tho occasion Iliis niorniug with every conveyance tliey couUl press into service, and workers were taken to work In large numbers In free jitneys. One or iwo firms Issued tickets over night to' their employees for passage In the froe cars this morning, but to a largo extent the autos Kuppliod by the business men's committee gathered In all and sundry who \YQre going down town. � " The lack of street cars is felt by the school children, liowever, particularly those who attend udyuncqd schools and come from all quartuvs of Ihe city. A mass meeting ot the strikers will be held this aflornoon. The strike con.millee has annouucod Us Intention of extending the strike stUl further in defense of tlie rigUl ot labor to strike, which is given as tho sole issue in the newspaper which the strikers are publishing, devoted lo .strike news. I I Paris, May 22.-German aviators ' tnade an ineffectual attempt last ^ night t(i raid P'^iris. Three persons \ were killed and several wounded In i the outskirts of the city, hut none of I Ihe raiders reached Paris itself. A I German airplane ivas hit by an nnl;-\ aircraft gun and fell in flames nort'i of the city. TRYING TO GET OUT Moscow. May -There Is underway a marked effort of allied gubjecta lo get away from Russia. The di.--Iribiillon of bread In Petrograit will cease tomorrow. It will be replaced \ by half a Russian pound, ot potatoes. , Flour is unobtainable even ,wlth a ;doctor'.i prescription. Siigar Icosts 50 j roubles a. pound. TARRED AND >-;EATHERED Sioux l-'allR, S, D., May 21,--liart Duxbury, a wealthy farmer living near Spencer today 'was tarred and featli-ireil by a crowd of J'lfly,farmers after h'tfi hart been taken from li.lii farm and bi'ouglil to Spencer'Jail, wiiare tho aii-�pUoallbli was snioprert ou.^U Is alleged Duxbury declined lo purchase Liberty honilH or subseriho to the Red Cross when asked lo, whIcU aroused much in-dlcnalion. Turning Failure Into Success ECAUSE a Kun. dred inventors failed to make machines tKut v?ould fly; has itothinit to do with the hundreds of aeroplanes that dot the' sky over England, France, Belgiun; and Canada. Because ;9ou can't make a ricK, delicious cup of coffee TiJith the brand j)ou are using; has nothing to do v�ith your success With SEAL BRAND COFFEE RightltP chosen-expertly hlend-cd - po r fec t ly roasted -'' Seal Brand" comes to you tJith all its rich, aromatic la\'or senled ill the tin and readj? to delight ^ou iMith its rare delidMcsness. In I ftnd 2 pound tinf-in tliff bean, ground, otjine grounti for twcoUton. liaoe ,oii feci 'PERFECT COF-FKE-PERFECTLY MADE"? Write for a copy, ' 197 CHASE � SANBORN, MONTREAL 372? ;