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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'riJESF>AY. MAY 28. 1918 nlE LinilBHlDGE DAILY IlEIiALD PAGE NINR Important Notice! To remind the public that our Big 10 per cent. Discount Sale CLOSES SATURDAY NEXT. In the meantime you get 10 per cent, off all your purchases, and we would suggest that you buy freely for future needs-it's worth consideration. You make an effort to save the discount on your Electric Light Bills, why not save the discount on your Dry Goods Bills. X * I AMERICA IN ARMS ! I-Mtll.M who fOIllO HO lal.0 inld tin; Will-' tlo (lulelly, and kcop a huiiil!!,.. UrMrt., j ri-ayiriK that wo may ln-.ir a svorlhy ' pun " { In Iho grfijU (ask witli tin. r, Ik, u'..,i , ', bnl'on!. } I'Mnn Is our faith In thasi-, rayor. ! Into llio (iolds of war, Wlmt, ciui hn said, Truly, by us? They sliai; .inrounter thorc The olofiuent prnaenc; nr silent (lead. If victory he ours", as \\f iu'limc II .'ihall he ourn at laut. ili.n uo .sliull ; Itnow U is not ours Indeed, but wp riceivo This gift from thoso u-lio nm-ii llio' i , firRI. to- go. ! Their.-i i.s tho victory. This nur only i ' ' pride; ' I In the .4umc cause wi; s.i vi . iniliircd, and died. -U. ii., in N'en- Y(i:k 'I'imes. 'Vnli/ FOUR DA YS MORE and the discount is off.'' ^ ? ? ? ? The son Limited Co., ^ o o : : o �;. > .^ ? PERSONAL ? .> .;. > > 9 � � 4 MrB. U. W. Moeclrand ibiiriren re' turned yesterday from ,i vi.'^it to ill^'li Jiiver.  � * * .\nu)nK the nanie.s ni viiiioi-.s at tlio Auto ("liih liouat! ill ('iilKary ro-cei>tly' is that of Miss Dcrotliy Marrs j of Lethbrldgo. t  m:   I Misses Kmlly.and linilia Boulton 1 iind t.;iaude Boulton. niotori'd to Kii-chant to vUsit .Miss Maijorie Kriiobur-' ger, last week-end. ! � � .  Mr. and Mrs. ,T. P. Irwin were wet�k-eiid visitors in the city. w * � -Mr. G. Kuallng, lljc iiiiplPinenl dealer ot Travcrs was � w.-ek-eud visitor lu the city. Mr. and Mrs. Fclger ,tiu1 two children arrived home liom Kargo � on Monday. .Mrs. KelKor 1ms l�H3n vi.sit-liiK there for some time. Mr. Felger leaving a short time to meet her. Items of Interest 'Round the Store REMNANTS! - REMNANTS!! REMNANTS!!! reivinants OF SILKS reivinants OF POPLINS remnants OF SERGES remnants OF TV/EEDS remnants OF GINGHAMS remnants OFj ZEPHYRS remnants OF PRINTS remnants OF FLANNELETTES remnants OF SHIRTINGS remnants OF SHEETINGS remnants OF TABLE LINENS remnants OF RIBBONS remnants OF BUTTONS remnants OF EVERYTHING BUT-BE EARLY A crowded .itorc for fi.nir and a half hours v.ill ii*rtalnly hn ORDER OF THE DAY lor \Vedne.�day -Morniug. One Hiiccia! fentiire which will draw the crovvils will he a clenring out of HctnnnntM Ht prices 'A Fraction of the .Nomina! Cost." BE EARLY This remnant event will be contiinied the reniulnder Of the week until a clearance is offerled. but needless to say, the early shopper will secure the pick. MEN! HERE'S A HOLIDAY SPECIAL FOR YOU. MEN'S WHITE CANVAS TENNIS SHOES. AVilh .stout rubber soles. Very tiexilile and durable. Sizes (i to 10. Regular V''"-;'to^. tlio fact that- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs, Bmner, Richards & Nelsons High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 gifts lor the Ledibrldge boy.s spiit by tho AA'omen's Civic Club reucheil u.-i a tew days ago. The same has been distributed. Some of the Lothbridge boys getting the parcels are: W. Stitt, J. Donald, 3. Stewart, .las. AVallace. V. Bonnell,'A. Morgan, T. Brown, AVare, Mllroy, Kichards and others whoso names I have forgotten for the moment. As the packages contained Iu.\--urices for the boys, It is needless to say they will be morn than appreciated. It Is to be hoped that some of them find time to acknowledge your thoughtful gifts- Many thanks to the ladles of the Women's Civic Club tor their kindness!. Sincerely. J. S. STKAVAKT. Mi-e, .lohn Craig, Sec'y AA'oinon's Civic Club, liethbridge. Alberta. My dear Mrs. Craig. A box at par-, eels,,sent by the Lethbvidge Civic Club, has been received fn)ni Capt. Denoon. . ' . These parcels have been (llslrlblit-ed to the men of the, ll.'|tli battaKon and are very mucli appreciated. / Sincerely, yours,',. ALLISON ,H;. BORDEN, Lleut,.-Coloncl. . Commanding 85lh , Can. Infantry Oat. Mrs. Carberry gary for a time. is visiting in Cal-! MERCHANT SERVICE Dr. Detwiler liav.v; today for Kitchener, Out., whirc i^he will take a short rest hefoic siiirtiug at her work In Canadian ho.-^iiiuls tor returned soldiers.  * * -Alr.t, Blotclii'j- hiis returned from a motor trip to Calgary. t- � * Gunner Artliur Smith who enlisted v/itb the ;!�th linticry. returned home on BatlU'day. Gr. Suiithw'as wounded some time ago, ami is at present stay. night at the club rooms at 7.P.O. This is a work meeting and members are asked to bring iM-edles, etc., for sewing. A good atfendunco is urgently requested. * *  A ineet'liig" of the" teen agi!'^cpirlw ot St. Cyprian's was hold on Monday night, for the purpose of forming Girt Ciuidos, seventeen being present. The. following officers were elected; ing at the home of .Mrs. Skclton, near I iifosldonl, Freda llagell; vicp-prosi-Ilendorson Hark. I dent. Kthei Jones; secretary. Bertha i Boulton; treasurer, Phylls HUtc.h. Two. Close Relationship Has Develcjp-ed UetAvcen The^e Brancji^s-of Service - ^a, Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethliridge . ! L|ET,HBRIOGE^^ ALBERTA ' ,QALQARY,OFFick-ilfA EIQH'TH AVENtil E. EDMONTON OFFICE-r-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. , London, Jlay 28.-(Via Routers .Ottawa Agency.)--'rhe' Kai'l i(f AVeiiiyBS, first sea lord of tho Admiralty, speaking today at tho ..Mansion Houho on the occasion of tho centenuary gathering ot the Uritlsh and Koreign Sailors' BOcloty referred to tlto close relationship which tho present war had restored between tho men ot tho merchant service and the uavy. �Hq �ald that at present there were two hundred' thousand mer(!hant sailors and eighty thousand flaheriueii serving under't'lie white onsign ot the navy who were aaslnillUted Into the fighting fleet and nutwItliRtandIng the depletions and tromeni!ou.s diftlcuUles which the morcaiillle iuarlne. liad suffered it had continued Itfi btisiuoBH as iindauutod-ly as tho navy, Whoso moriUti was better than ever, despito the BUbinarlne-caiupalgn. ; lion. Hubert Smothwick, mtnialor iot labor, referring to demobillKatlon said that four hundred thousand dln-�;gliai'ged soldiers had been dealt with 'already, of whom sixty por cent, luid I'eturwJU to thisir old employers. NEW KIND OF GRIPPE WttdrW, Ma'y :iS.-Buslnoss'life in-Madrid is almost paraly/.od by tho outbreak of a Bpecies ot grippe. The exact nature of the illsoaso has' ftot-boon dotcrmincd, aUhougU It le not tatiU. ^ Mr. and Mrs. K. AV. Lamb of Forest' Grove, Oregon. snri)risod Itev. and Mrs. Oliver L. Curtis of the Christian church by making a short visit as they-were on llieir way lo visit lowti. They have a son at Three Hills,. .Alberta, and stopiied on their way to make a visit here, 11 was a very pleasant surprise as jAIr. Curtis ami Mr.^Lamb. labored together lu the cliurcb in l'"oresl Grove tor several yOnra/ ' { ' '> ^ > '\' ^ ? > > o \> � .s- , .'i- : � �: * � '^.-^ */* � o �>  > SOOrAL � EAUONTS � Mrs. Or: Gtlisiut eiitertainod a number of friends at tea yesterday in honor-of her guest; .Mrs: Oonoy of Mac-lood. Quite a numbcf'ot guosls were present, Mrs. Stolt/.e pouring at the pvo.t.tlly'appoinled lea'table which was artislically decorated with gnily colored sii'ap-dragoiis. .vii's. Mcllyea also jiftSSiatetl', tlie aftcrnoop proving a most' enjoyable attalr.'i ''- '-�Before jf'av'ing to join the Uuyal Ai' Korce, John. Ijlyingstoiio was made the' re^ti'jJient- of a 'kibl watch from the law |j;ii')ii;!.Qf.;Cenyl)Ba>0' church, :MeAri.hur and Davidson \vith whopi he studied throtigligut his (:()iirsei also u Kb.'\vJu: ? : i � ' ' ' , ':;,.� The Ueliekahs wllljjjtoet, tor lied Cross sewing tonight atiT.;M in tho ladies' jiai'lor. An execullve meeting is called tor ji.m. and during' the afternoon a special offering will he taken to defray the expenses of the rlclegales, AVesley choii' ijfiictic^e will be held on Thursday at 8 o'clock.  * * Tho following' is the report of Ihe Gir'j.s" Auxiliary curd party and cUiiict! hold May 10th, 1918. Boceipta; May lOlh, door receipts, $,'!8.ti0; utnouiit rocclvert from sale of tickets, $77.00; total ?115.B0.: Expenditures; May lOlh rent of hull, ^ta.OO; Bawden Bro.^. ?!), R. Burgm^nn,:'., Jackson & Co. (floor wax) $1, Uohertson & Co. (tallies) $1, (score pads.) $'2.75. H..A. McKIHop Co, (sundiy) ?1.70. Lethbrldgo Herald Itickets) $2.2.^. Cryata? Dairy 25c, cartage $1.50; total ?;i7.45; cash on hand $78.15. V ? > ? ? ? > ? ? > > > : > � : At the students recital' held In the Empres.s Motel in A'ictoria recently, ,Iorf AVaddinglou's playing-<;alled forth the honor ot special mention. Tho ai'count reads: "As .in i)reviou8 affairs ot tUe same character, the twenty participants, represented but a few of the budding musicians of which Victoria possesses sticU a super-abundance, �^mX tho gen-oral lotie of the concert was of a high .4lanUard ot excellence. With such a big aggregation ot eptibryo artists, it is, perhaps, invidious to single out atiy particular student tor special mon-tlrfn, ,bul a special word of praise must he given to Master Geoffrey Waddlngton. As the only male student on the programme this young artist occupied an unique position. Added to tliat distinction, the young violinist di.'tplayed an artistry rarel.v tounil in one so young. Ills two numbers "Traumerei" (Schumann), and ''.'vujawiak" (AA'ienlaskJ) were given with wonderful temperamental sense and nicely of phrasing, his bowing being iiarticularly good. Tho young artist, who received almost an ovation, has promise of a great futurt) before him, and Victorians will doubtlesa have the pleasure of hearing him again at some not very distant date. Master AVaddington Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. l<'"rank Waddlngton of Leth-bridge,,Alberta, and is spending the summer here with hl� parents. He m a pupil of Erne.st Lay ton ot Leth-bridge and has already achieved quite a reputation as a violinist in his home, town." IS KILLED. Paris. May 27.-Lieut. Ids?, reputetl to be the loading Austrian aviator, has been killed In an aerial battle, according to a despatch from Berne. fiURI AFTER IHIS Cincinnati Shrivel Man Tells How Up Corns So They Lift but to Oiich ! '; ! '.' ! ! 'I'hlK .kind ot rough talk will be heard leas hero in town It people troubleil with corns will follow the simple advice of this Cincinnati authority, wiio claims tliat a few (lroi)s of p dwig called freezono when applied to a tender, aching corn stops soronass !it open, and soon the corn dries up and llfls right out without pain. Jlo says freezone is a slicky substance; which dries imnictllaloly and Doycr InfJlimes or even irritates the Hurrouiuliug tisane or slcin. A quar-l.or of an ounce, which ^viU cost vory IJtUO at an.v drug store, la said to ho sutfidonl to remove' ovory hard or soft corn, or ciilliia fi'oin one's feel. Millions of Alnerlcnn woinqu ^vill welcome tills announce, mont/puj'to the inauguration of tho, high heels,-'Advertisement,; When The Day's Work Is Done and you feel tho need ot relaxation, rest, and cheer, you will appreciate the unending comfort, ease, and solace that muslcciin bring you. Mason & RJsch Playen rianos are the host entertaln-ers-they radiate a tulluoss ot enjoyment, happiness, and pleasure in the family circle. They urtj of simple, arils-tlo design and durable construction. They are surprisingly easy lo operate. Let us demonstratQ these amazing Instruments to you, and explain our "Factory to Home" system ot soiling : which ollminatos the middleman's expense and profit, "ihe home or THE VICTROU" eVERY STYlE-tVERY' price ANO THOUSANDS OF RECORDS fOR YOU TO SELECT FROM EjALMORAL ^LOCK FIFTH ST.. S. i\w\ttb LETHBRIOGE ;