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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY HHS THE LETHBRIDGft DAILY HKHAUl PAGE ELEVEN Store Cloied Friday May 24 Rylands THE BUSY STORE Open Saturday Night Until COATS AND SUITS AT HUGE DISCOUNTS MAKE LIVELY SELLING AT THE BUSY TO THOSE WHO WERE UNABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE BARGAINS WE ARE EXTENDING THIS SALE UNTIL SATURDAY LADIES HOUSE DRESSES Sale Ladles Olnghnm House Dresses In small neat trimmed with white pique collar and knot tie and Reg Satdny Special BLACK TAFFETA SKIRTS Made from good quality of Black Taffeta Silk in full neat patch pockets and buckle trimmed Just the garment for present O AA Only SILK SIURTS A very pretty style in the ovorskirt Made of colored taffeta Bilk and trim med with fancy plaid silk to One of our most pleas BUNGALOW APRONS Sale 69c A groat big bungalow apron In good quality of percale In neat stripes and small Good washing material and full range of Worth Saturday Special 69c PM6NE 1221 AN EMPIRE VERSE Our farspread Empire 0 as Thnu Rhnli The world to At 0 keep us pure in To do a nations In Alexander Louis i PERSONAL o HABUTAI SILK WAISTS RAINCOATS Ladies Rain Coats in plain and mixed with rubber Made with convertible collar and raglan Plenty of room for coat sweater underneath when motor A particularly good stylo at SILK SKIRTS Ladles separate silk skirts in navy silk foulard or fancy striped Pretty stylos with wide girdle and fast ened with fancy buc value at Pine White Habutai Silk Waists in a choice of three dif ferent with largo roll col Neatly trimmed with pearl Regular Saturday Special CORSET SPECIAL A fine light weight suitable for summer Well made from good mater Full range of sizes froni 19 to Saturday Special COTTON VESTS Ladies Cotton Vests in a very special line for Saturday sell Made with no well finished and good omh COTTON COMBINATIONS Ladies knitted combination in three different tight loose knee or ankle These are well made and full assortment of AA Only CORSETS Regular Sale Price An odd lot of corsets which are the sizes left over from three or four good selling Made and good fit Some In the front lace Regular and Saturday Special COATS AND SUITS 3 WE OFFER YOU AN EXTRA SPECIAL FOR A SAT URDAY DISCOUNT OF 20 OFF ALL CLOTH SUITS AND THESE ARE CORRECT IN EVERY COLORS ARE JOFFRE AFRICAN IN ALL THE MOST APPROVED FULL RANGE OF The New Things First IDLERS May is u crime In North Dakota under an act adopted by the state council of defence yesterday which became op ihalo between the ages of 18 and 50 must do at least 54 hours work each The measure is aimed especially at town pool hall habitues and profes sional GOT PRISONERS May was inter mittent Shelling south of the River on the Amiens tile French office annomicecl A man raid on French positions in the Mongival Wood French detach ments patrolling in the Champagne brought in a number of prisoners and some No Needles to change9 YOUR full enjoyment of any phonograph played with steel needles is marred by your constant state of watchfulness to change Furthermore a steel needle with its sharp point digs into the wearing both record and A genuine polished sapphire ball glides smoothly into the It is permanent and does not wear thu record a Pathfi Record will play at least 1000 times without impair A Bleel noedle has one point of contact with the limited sound A sapphire ball touches the record groove at 40 every delicate shading of Ihe original music is faithfully If you are planning to buy a phono hear the If you already have a it a h can be easily equipped to play Pat he ttttttr t nf tcriod The Pattic Freres Pbanoftafih of Liaii Clifford Afreet Whftla it Western Wholesale WMFESft May win ners at the festival yesterday were Dagmar 1st in junior piona Vera in senior and 2nd in bass This mornings winners wore Boy lingerie Lethbridge girl Janet Lethbridge Phyllis Lothbridge coutralj Miss Alice Calgary mezzo This is third time in that Vera Glanvillo and Janet Mcll vena have won these Dagijmr Sandquist has won the junior piano twice in These three juven ile artists are residents of North Leth Senator and returned last eveningfrom whore tho senator has been in attendance at the j i Stacoy on Tuesday for Calgary to spend the holiday season I formerly manager of Ihe Union jlank anil now of is in the has left for a visit to i Robertson left after noon to attendthe festival I in Wallace mid Miss Effie who has been at lending Mills returned to the city last Dawson from much Improved in Downer lefl Leihbridge this afternoon for Carberry has returned from Medicine where has been visiting for some Miss Gow of the Fleet wood school staff is spending the holiday in j i i j j Fred Kenny is going to gary to visit a few wilii 1 Long tonight for i Calgary to spend some time with her j j I Russell Miss Reynolds are among i the at the Pal User during the Also and Hughes of i i A number of the High School girl are leaving this aju vnoon by train and motor to play the irirls of McLeocl School The boys of the High School iire4Mso going to play ina baseball game at the same Several of the High School touchers are also O t O O CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES annual election of officers for the Live Wire Class of the United dhurch was held last at Hie home of Miss Nessie Tho officers elected were as follows Miss rauline re elected Miss Nessie reelected Miss Xelda Sloane Miss Grace and convenors of commit Misses Jessie Joan Log an and Elsie The rent of the evening was pleasantly spent in games and Theregularly monthly meeting of the Womens Missionary Society of Knox church was held in the school room Tuesday May 21st at S A very Interesting report of the provincial recently I held in was given by the dele Miss j A very pleasing exercise was also I given by girls of the Junior Missioniinnd under tho leadership of I I I Items of Interest Round the Store SNAPS FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW I dont wonder my friends Ilko to shop nl your one of onr There la always sonuthltiK 1 can come over tvcr no often and feel Unit I wont be seeing the smrin things over and ovor Everlasting keeping in touch with the mnrkels no no sllppintfthrough of any in that might lie of value to Thai la the whole of our ability 1o our ntore full of it matters not what day of the or week of the you shop A Saturday Snap from Our Dry Goods Section 12f yards genuine British 84 Regular price is 7fie SATURDAY ONLY 49c yard A Saturday Snap for the Boys A fine range of BOYS BLOOMER PANTS in a good Splendid irig CoiofH are grey and brown Regular price SATURDAY ONLY Saturday Snaps from Our Furnishings Section 8 only Tapestry TABLE Heavy Size Saturday t 98c only 0 only Glass BERRY 7 Regu lar Saturday only HOTEL MEN AND RESTAURANTS 100 White HOTEL CUPS AND Regular OQ urday only Saturday Snaps in Our Grocery Section Whole when soaked and cooked are equal to canned We are selling the regular 25c Mothers Reg ular 2 for Tins 5 Large size Regular 1 1A for Tuxedo Halting Hi Regular cim A SATURDAY SNAP FROM OUR Childs Wear Section Childs Blue and Tan Cliambray most daintily embroidered in Thp materials are txtra stout and the colors Sizes 2 to i Also Childs Rompers sim to These goods only arrived on Wednes Bought to sell at SATURDAY ONLY 98c A Saturday Snap FROM OUR Footwear Section Mens Gunmetal CALF Lace or Long1 or short This is a good medium weight shoe for general Sizes 6 to Regular price SATURDAY ONLY 1 sea ions patriotic talks and exercises re garding importance ot our great national Victoria The Sir Alexander Gait chap also very fittingly sel ected this day for the presentation of the prizes for their recent competit PRIZE WINNERS AT MUSICAL FESTIVAL 4 Miss Dagmar Sandquist and Miss Vera Glanville who were winners in the competitions in Calgary yesterday are both pupils of Claude Hughes of this Miss Dagmar Sandquist was given special mention at a prev ious and this year at Calgary came inXtfie junior piano Miss Vera Glfihville had Won silver medals in the junior piano contest at Lethbriuge and Kdmohton in previous years and only fifteen years of this time she competed in the senior competition with the result she is to bo congratulate upon winning the gold RED CROSS NOTES and neighborhood more pro the welllighted strrets and shade trees apd grass on arc not approached by any city in Western Canada in proportion to size HO far as The annual report is well worth especially as i know that when you show what has been accomplished and what it is to accomplish In the the aspirations are not empty words but be backed by aggressive action towards ends You could well make your motto from the last part of paragraph on top of page you are the partners of the people of thu your success de pends on their I am sure there are other fol low Uro plan of your board of trade and Since 1 have away it has struck me how rareltLctUbridge is mentioned in items in other happening in and around Let h bridge are in despatches dated Are you delinquent is it jealous of the iiVef city to the south is anxious to create ihe impression Leihbridge is only a aud not sufficiently known to be the origin of news iteme I dont think this Is a if it would suggest aa for one of your that you proceed to put Lethbridge on the T believe is there so far as knowledge of it by the people is it may be neces sary to compel our uewspuper ro norters to recognize the JEWS WOUNDED T May have taken place at and many Jews have been wounded ser according to a report received by the Jewish press bureau Shops were plundered and windows the damage to property ex ceeding one million PARNELLS SISTER DIES IN THE WORKHOUSE May sensation caused in Dublin today by the death in the workhouse hospital known as the South Dublin Union of Emily sister of the lato Charles Stewart the famous Irish i I May the Im perial Munitions Board shipyards and contract shops in British Columbia will be idle when the various shifts i go off duty Notices were post ed In the wooden shipyards here this morning instructing the men to cease work lit and in the case of tbi plants working more than one work will bo stopped at the termina tion of tho Every yard controlled by the Imper ial Munitions Board and the plants handling contracts in connection with the hoards contracts bo affected by the It is estimated by the labor leaders that ten thousand men will be affect As the boilermiikers are the crafl that have an agreement running into it is predicted that the Coughlan Steel Shipbuilding Yard at Vancouver will also bo forced to dis continue EMPIRE DAY INDEPENDENT STATE May transCau casian through Count Von the German ambassa dor to says a Ruuter dispatch from proclaims to belligerent and neutrals iho sepunitlon of the mountain tribesmen from Russia and the formation of an independent BANK This week Last Empire a reminder of a few facts regarding the British flag might in Originally was culled a jai corruption from ihis French a This term was applied to llic early flags because the cross of Heoige was embroid ered upon Ihe Jackets of the British Tin1 flag at first consisted simply of the banner of George which was with a red the banners of Andrew and 1utrick weie Everyone knows the stories of George and Ills marvelous slaying of tho of Andruw prayed for a sign fronv heaven before the battle and WUS shown the white cross upon the blue and Patrick active in the conversion of the JBveryone is familiar with the beautiful sriiitlment of the blue on our flag reprusenliiiK Hie British power on the representing 11m blood of our heroes and thu wbltu thu honor of Some people are not that what Is commonly known as tho Canadian flag in tho Canadian flag of tho Merchant and that tho wo should fly in Canada is tho Union Thinking over the vast achieve ments ami Hie wonderful instances of bravery too numerous to mention in these past four years we havu good cause to still thrill with pride and to our thp annual i national ijplliiay May I i I Today being Umpire Day Ihe schools j tMJpi with Ol The Canadian Red TOSH Society shipped 1o Calgary for the month of May thu following 242 suits py lit day 204 stretcher flannel ISO private property 21 fpniiiitalion wring Oil 78 operating UO amputation many tailed 250 T 21 bed pan 00 nurses 204 pil low ITS wash 240 pairs 804 IS 4j pneumonia t ifl surgical 8S amputation 1ETHBRIOGE CITY People who have lived in always sueni to carry away kindljiTnicinories of tlioir sojourn Tlie following loiter was re the board of trade llui othor day frpni a family who lived in Leth bridge nome was removed by to a city in Tho annual report of board of trade TJ17 roctlveil some time beth and the district of Southern wltb pleasure appreciu a uiora coiniireliehsiva view la so by distance or fripin anotlier part ot otyour city Highgrade American Dentistry are many features of pur practice which contrib ute to our present day and enviable standing in the Greatest of tHem is the admitted fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High American Dentistry Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge USA feioHTH AVENUE EDMONTON 3 CRI8TALU ;