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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1018 THE LKTHBtUDOE DAILY IIRKALD PACE Important Notice To remind the public that our Big 10 per Discount Sale CLOSES SATURDAY In the meantime you get 10 per off all your and we would suggest that you buy freely for future worth considera You make an effort to save the discount on your Electric Light why not save the discount on your Dry Goods v FOUR DAYS MORE and the discount is D D D D AMERICA IN ARMS j Let us who come so late into tins war Go and keep a humbly j Items of Interest Round the Store i Praying that we may IH worthy part In Ihc great task with h went j Firm Is our faith in our nations Let UH not wronpc ihe idle Nor let our eyes bo blinded the j truth i Dy ajl brightness of m unlried I Inf them with wonder and with Into the fields of can be by us They shall encounter there The eloquent presence of the silent If victory he as we believe It shall he ours at ilien xse shall know H is not ours but we receive This gift from those who were the 1 to Theirs is tho This our only pride In the same cause we and in New York o PERSONAL son Limited MeecMaiul children re i turned yesterday from a visit to Higli Among fhe names of visitors at the Auto Club house in Calgary is that of Miss Dorothy Marrs of Misses and Bertlui Boultou and Claude niotorocl to En chant to visit Miss Marjorie Freebur last l m j and invin were week end visitors In the the implement dealer of Travers was a weekend vis itor in the und Felger and two chil dren arrived home from Fargo tin Felger lias been visit ing there for some Felger leaving a short time ato to meet REMNANTS REMNANTS REMNANTS REMNANTS OF SILKS REMNANTS OF POPLINS REMNANTS OF SERGES REMNANTS OF TWEEDS REMNANTS OF GINGHAMS REMNANTS ZEPHYRS REMNANTS OF PRINTS REMNANTS OF FLANNELETTES REMNANTS OF SHIRTINGS OF SHEETINGS REMNANTS OF TABLE LINENS REMNANTS OF REMNANTS OF BUTTONS REMNANTS OF EVERYTHING EARLY A crowded for four and n half hours will certainly ORDER OF THE DAY Wed n fix day One special feature which will draw llie crowds will be a clearing of Uemnnnts at prices A fraction of Hiu Nominal BE EARLY This remnant event will he continued the remainder 0 tho week until a clearance is hut needless to the early shopper will secure the MEN HERES A HOLIDAY SPECIAL FOfl MENS WHITE CANVAS TEN NIS With stout rubber Very flexible and Sizes i to Regular WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY Mens Khaki Work Shirts Of near A med ium suitable for present Hotter and more comfort able than All sizes from 4Vj to Regular WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY A Selling of Charming White Silk Waists at Thai will brine hosts of women to Weve dohe our share In getting this extra ordinary All that remains is for you to sen examine 1 h e r y them Then youll do all tho talking your serfas to whether you should buy or or WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL TUNGSTEN LIGHTS GLOB PARCELS ARE APPRECIATED of the Womens Civic has received the following let ters from France in appreciation of parcels The first is from and the second Is from General and the third is from Borden Somewhere In 28318 Dear Craig This ia Just to that the two sent by the Club to my address reached last Quite a long time sit werent they I had them sent to the battalions whore the remnants of 113th are now the small to the 85th and the larger tothe Ifith They addressed in each case to the officer commanding and doubtless in due time you will got a suitable ac knowledgement of your Pleasa gifts for the Lethbrldge boys sent by accept my thanks for your thought ful generosity and carry the same to the Civic I feel that in the cir cumstances I can very properly speak for the men when I say that wevery greatly appreciate this and other evidences of the fact that you still retain in us your thpught and On the night of the 25th we moved to a new We are now getting settled for work and in a very short time we shall be ready to do our full duty in tho present Of course you are reading of the great events happening at present on this western We are perfectly convinced that however hard the battle the day the end we seek is The cost will be great and the sacrifices but the issue Is This is our as doubtless it ia but we may have to wait some time for its Kindly accept for yourself express to your asec clates my thanks for your splendid With every best wish for the future succeaa and usefulness of the Civic I Youre April Dear Madame A parcel containing You Simply Cant Lose WHEN you invest One Dollar or One Hundred Dollars in good dental Because that is an investment which pays a sure and high rate of in terest tyi better health and improved And your Investment need not be a heavy approach ing a hundred dollars if you will only put nilde your dreadof the dental chair and have your teeth attended to before decay has worked too great a havoc with your Thousands of persons in this Province savemoney by coining to us early for ihpir dental They know and testify the fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 A Oit 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge CAUQARY ilA EJGHTH AVENU1 EDMONTON OFFICEjS CRISTALL the Womens Civic Club reached us a few days The same lias been Some of the Lethbridge boys getting the parcels are Richards and others whose names I have forgotten for the mo As the packages contained lux urices for the it is needless to say they will be more tlian appre It is to be hoped that some of them find time to acknowledge your thoughtful Many thanks to the ladies of the Carherry for a is visiting in Cal Detwiler leaves today for Kit where she wil take a 40 Regular 55c at 2 for HO Regular 60c QQ 2 for C Regular 75c at 2 for WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY Sold on the Cash and Cairry t short restbefore starting nther work J night at the club rooms at ims In Canadian hospitals tor returnedjs a work meeting and members are kind Womens Civic Club for their John Secy Womens Civic My dear A box at by the Lethbrldge Civic has been received from These parcels have been distribut ed to the men of battarion and are very much ALLISON LieutColonel Commanding 85th Infantry NAWAtLIED Close Relationship Hap Develop ed lie t ween These Branches of Service r May Via Reuters tawa The Kai1 iff first seiv brd of the speak ing today at tho Mansion House on occasion of the centennary gather ing of llie Hrltish and Foreign Sailors society referred to tho close relation Hhlu which the present war hud restor ed between tho men of tho merchant service and the Ho said that at present there were two hundred thousand merchant sailors and eighty thousand fishermen serving under the whita ensign of the navy who were assimilated into the fighting and notwithstanding the mid tremendous difficulties which the mercantile had suffered it had continued ltd business as undaunted ly as the whose morale was bet ter than despite the submarine Kobert minister iof referring to demobilisation said that four hundred thousand dlu soldiers had been dealt with of whom sixty per had il tn their uld Mrs Bletcher returned from u motor trip to r Gunner Arthur Smith who enlisted with the 39th returned home on Smith was wounded some time and is at present stay ing at the homo of near Henderson and Lamb of Forest1 surprised Oliver Curtis of the Christian church by making a short visit as theywere on their way to visit They have a son at Three Al and slopped on their way to make a visit It a very surprise as Curtis and labored together in the Church In Forest Orbve for several yearjv SOCIAL EVENTS asked to bring for sew A good attendance is urgently A meeting of the teen of Cyprians was held on Monday for the purpose of forming seventeen behig The following officers were elected Freda Hagell vicepresi Kthel Jones Bertha Boultou Phylia patrols were patrol leaders being Hagell and Hilda Mac The annual luncheon of the Math osiBClub will bo held in Knox school May at This wjll be followed by the general meeting fit which the annual reports will be given and of officers year Will take It is hoped there will be a large at tendance of the The of Wesley church will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon at in the ladies An executive meeting is called for 3 and during the afternoon a special offering will be taken to defray the expenses of the Wesley choir practice will be held EVENTS Gibson a num ber of friends at tea yesterday in hbnorofhergunst Mrs Doney of Mac leod Quito a guests wove Stoiuejiouring the Tnur9liuy at 8 pVctfllyappointed leutable which wan artistically decorated with gaily col oreil Mrs Mcllyea also the afternoon proving a imost enjoyable Uayul was made NEW KIND OF GRIPPE life in Madrid is almost paralyzed by thu outbreak of a species of The exuMt nature oC the disease has not been U is uot to join Livingstone of a kold watch from the law McArUuir and Davidson with whoni studied throughput his also a shaviiij setand a fountain pen from the staff of the firm and a pair Of gold cuff from tin Wesley Sunday Commissioner look the Iivic Club and the Exmilliro of the Loiiil Council of Women toijee the filtw inn pinnt this Thoro wore ahwr thirty in fonimis sloiier Grace explaining and showing of the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ft Tne will for Red Cross sewing touisht The Thistle Sewing will wtilr uth A north on Wednesday afternoon for Hed Cross i KihvurtlB vfJU give an ad dress In auditorium nest Thursday at 4 Kd wards will tell about the conference of women held in Ottawa this spring It is hoped that there will he large uf ladies to hear in ieresting will incut tu The followingis the roporl of the Auxiliary card party and dance hold May llecelpta May door amount oceived from sals of otal Expenditures May 10th NEW SHOESm I AFTER Cincinnati Man Tells How to Shrivel Up Corns So They Out Ouch This of rough talk will be heard less hero in town if people troubled with corns will follow the of tills Cincinnati who claims that a few drops of a dmg called frewzbiiewhen applied to a aching corn stops soreness and MOOD Hie corn dries up and lifts right out without lie says is a sticky sub stance which dries immediately and never inflames or oven irritates the surrounding tissue or A quar ter of an ounce which will cost very little at any drug IB said to be sufficient to remove every hard or corn or callus from ones Millions of American welcome this mtmt he inauguration of tho ont of Bawden Brof Jackson floor wax Robertson tallies score McKillop sundry Lethbridge Herald tickets Crystal Dairy cart age total cash on hand V LOCAL VIOLINIST PRAISED At the students recital held in the Empress Hotel in Victoria Jeff Waddingtons playingcalled forth the honor of special The atcount reads As previous affairs of the same the twenty rep resented but a few of the budding musicians of which Victoria possesses such a and the gen eral tone of the concert was of a high standard of With such a bis aggregation of it invidious to single out any particularstudent for special men a special word ofr praise must be given to Master Geoffrey As the only male stud ent on the programme this young artist occupied an unique Added to that the young violinist displayed an artistry rarely found In one so His two numbers l Traumerei and Kujawlak Wienlaski were given with wonderful temperamental sense and nicety of his bow ing being particularly The young who received almost an has prorniM of a great future before and Victorians will doubt less have the pleasure of hearing him again at some not very distant Master Waddingtbn is the son and Frank Waddington of Leth and is spending summer here with his He is a pupil of Ernest Layton of Leth bridge and has already achieved quite a reputation as a violinist in his home IS May reputetj to be the leading Austrian has been killed in an aerial according to a despatch from When Days Done and you foel the need of and you will appreciate the unending ana solace music can bring Mnson Risen Tianos are tue beat entertain they radiate a fullness of and pleasure in the family They ure of artis tic design and durable They am surpris ingly easy to Let us demonstrate these amazing instruments to and explain our Factory to Home system of selling which eliminates the middlemans expense and PRICE fON VOU TO SELECT FROH Iff iVJPUH BALMORAL fLOCK FIFTH f LETHBRIOGS ;