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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST MILADI will hold their regular monthly meeting In the hall Friday even ing at eight oclock WEDDINGS PRAIRIE fleyong Iho prairies broad expanse is the wide world doing Theron slaughter on the fields of Theres shame and Theres madness on tfto oceans And error in the air Theyre fighting honest and Theyre falling In fair Roumanias valleys wide Beside ho banks of The peasants hide their peasant Crushed spirits weep and The homers of Belgium and of France Are pulverised to dual No more the children laugh and dance Tneir meal Is but a The sword is banging oer our Our neck is near the yoke Freedom hangs upon a The wide world feels the surly despot on your throne iVhere is your purple now The meanest serf might well disown That badge upon your A thousand years will never wash Away that crimson stain justice now her judgment flash wear the brand of The arm of right will yet prevail the desperate hordes That proud imperial glance will quail If vengeance is the No hearts grow nor waver No man the tasky will Slum New hearts will rise still braver And crush the arrant BLUR PERSONAL Wilkio left yesterday for on his way to MlHfl Hopwood of Montreal is visit ing Miss Daisy Russell iu the and Rogers are visiting in Cdmorlon for u short Miss Alice Slmm has returned from holidaying at the 4 and Harry Raymond have loft to take up their residence in Miss Agnes Shcran ban gone to Cardslon to take charge of the hos pital JamesDavles and son Maurice left yesterday morning to visit at Brown and little daugh ter Ruth have returned from visiting at the r William Henderson of Magrath who has been visiting in the city has returned Miss Lottie Wood and Jack Wood are holidaying at Williamson with her in fant daughter ban returned to dor ionic in Pinchcr Ward and little daugh ter whrt have bean visiting In B returned home this morn of the Merchants Bank left yesterday to spend her holidays at Brandon and Winni Lang and three who were visitors in the city last have returned to their home at Pinch er Crock The following visitors from Leth bridge are registered at Nelson and Talbot and t The Big Sisters class of Knox church returned yesterday from a very enjoyable camping expedition at Waterton under the chaperon age of Last week at Mac tho marriago solemnized be tween Mtes deorgic I of Mac leod and of His Lordship the Hlshnp of The who was hand somely attired In whito silk with veil and wreath of oningr car ried a lovely bomimi of roses and I wore a very tho I gift of the She was at tended by her Miss Lilian nee as bridesmaid and given away by of was best man for the After the ceremony a reception was hold at the home of the brides and about 100 guests were The happy couple who were tho recipients of a number of costly and handsome wedding gifts left on Wednesday evening for tho where they will spend several weeks before returning to take up their residence at where Wilson Is the manager of the Unldn Wilson Is well known In Mac leod and has a host of friends who wish her success and happiness dn her new ephere of SOCIAL EVENT3 Robertson entertained a number of friends yesterday at a de lightful high tea in honor of her guest James Covers were laid for O o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Major Jack Ross Chapter THE NEW THINGS Its the busy store where new things are arriving each This week we are showing a very pretty line of silk and poplin These are all made in the new fall styles also new crepe de chine and tub silk Better come in and look these You dont have to buy but when you do we know youll want Rylands quality and SILK DRESS A very pretty stylo in a rich high finished duchess satin with overskirt neatly em broldored in very pretty Collar of whito long sash finished with ofi A A silk RIBBED HOSE 200 pair of travellers samples bought at a clean up They are made in a ribbed weave from tho finest of cotton and in good solid black Size 0 Regular 9Qr Saturday LADIES HOSE An extra special for Saturdays solllnfj 100 pairs of ladies fine lisle finished Full fashioned and roul fino Only size but youll like the vaUio of Regular fijic piilr f HC POPLIN DRESS A silk poplin dress in wine and navy Made in a bolero Neatly embroidered in smart Long girdle of self materij Q PA White poplin Priced TAFFETA DRESS A plum shade of taffeta in now fall Made with wide girdle with wido ribbon velvet run through which forms a sash Large geor gette collar trimmed on edges with A AA pearl TAFFETA SILK DRESS A champagne colored silk taffeta dress made in Very effective style with georgette crepe Wido girdle and high waist Trimmed with fancy Aft AA At SATIN DRESS A green satin dress made in full style with wide girdl6 and now Ride pmcls embroidered Yflth braid in pretty Collar of white OA Aft Moderately at SILK DRESS A new fall made in bolero shirred at the waist Long sash A style suit able for street wear and reasonably A A priced LADIES COMBINATIONS Ladles knitted combinations in summer weight Made with short sleevo and wido Neatly finished with nsat Wo have a big stock and must reduce this Regular 1 OC Saturday Special 1 CORSET SPECIAL 100 pairs of ladies made by a well known maker of high class Full ranga of sizes and good stylo and splendid Worth pair Saturday I CA Pair LADIES HOSE A splendid lino of light weight summer hoso with rib top which guarantees better wear In allk Your choice of paddy green or pala All slzas at 191 Pair New Leather Belts New Crepedechine and Silk Waists s THE GALT HOSPITAL REPORT FOR JULY e 4 4 Number of patients in hospital at beginning of month 48 Admittances during month 153 Number of patients discharged during the month 104 Deaths during month 3 Number of patients in hospital at end of month 46 153 Lowest number during month 39 Highest number during 49 Dally average during month Number of hospital days for pri vate patients 454 Ward patients paying 716 Ward patients free 250 Total number of days during month Number of operations under gen eral anaesthesia 40 Number of patients under local or no anaesthesia C Number of patients treated in out door department T Number of dressings and treat ments in outdoor department 2G The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks the magazines received from the during the Lady DAY ON 21 Day Chosen Throughout Alberta For Big Save The Baby Campaign BUY THEM AT THE BAY V i A COOL BEDROOM Nothinr more appealing or necessary thtM warm THESE WEEK END SPECIALS will insure coot comfort by night and pleasant recollections by SPECIALLY PRICED FOR SATURDAYS j SELLING EMBROIDERED BED An extra large Of superfine quality and very 4 AQ daintily Each See Them in the PURE LINEN PILLOW Chastely embroid Full size and absolutely pure j See Them in the HEMMED These are genuine EngllsM Very soft and special quality I at the Full ENVELOPE DAY These are stamped In a variety of designs for embroidering and are made of an extra tine 79c Each PILLOW In beautifully executed Drawn Thread A finishing touch to the bed Each CANADIANS ARE THE By It has been decided to select Sep tember 21st as Child Welfare Day throughout Alberta and to hold a tag day in the cities and towns of the province in the interests of a great baby saving The vital im portance of giving greater attention to the conservation of baby life has been very much emphasized by the Investigation has shown that there has been a serious wastage of human life going on because of ig selfishness and Some authorities claim that as rnany as Canadian children under five years of age are dying annually from causes that could be According to our military statlclan this is equal to the loss by death oc casioned by the war during the first three years of Us In a coun ry like Canada where population is so much needed and sought this is hard to for It means that in the past years several hundred native born citizens have jeen In Great France and the United the governments are already awakening to the seriousness of this problem and vigorous meas ures have been taken to conserve the greatest assets of the no In the United tho gov ernment has inaugurated a nation wide movement for the saving of 000 baby lives this In Canada there has been as yet no national movement along these Govern ment action has no doubt been wait ed on to awnkon public In Alberta the government has adopted an aggressive policy of public health but to support It on an adequate scale there is need of greater public Tho Social Service League of th provinca recently appointed ft secretary for child welfare in the poi son of Bishop to organize and conduct a vigorous campaign o public education in order to davo as many as possible of tho 1600 babies who die in this province T conduct this campaign on an adequat scale requires equipment of exhibits lantern etc There la no doubt but that there wll be a generous public response to thi KILLED dispatch from General Sir Arthur command ing the Canadian corps at the to Sir Edward overseas min ister of has been cabled to the militia headquarters It is s follows Everything with us is going very We have taken up again our policy of continually worrying the Boche and have put on quite a number ir raids with We have tak n a number of prisoners and machine guns and have killed quite a lot of So active have we been Lhat the Boche has considerably re nforced his line opposite to so that if we are not actively ve are keeping a fair share of his men from taking part in the Prisoners tell us that they suffered quite a lot from our fire and are mov ng their lines Possibly some of our people have not yet realized that the Chautauqua is strictly non sectarian and non par That It IB an educational move International In Its scope In tended for the general uplift of the moral and Intellectual standing of ttie The writer Is particularly an xious that all elements that stand tor the betterment of society in our city shall cooperate In the No minister of whatever denomina tion needs to hesitate in using his In fluence both in and out of the pulpit to induce his people to take advan tage of the opportunities offered by the We are to pay that among thcee wtio guaranteed the CUautauqua this year are a number of the prominent This act on their was voluntary and prompted in their desire for th gen eral We think we are fairly well acauainted with the personnel pi the clergy of our city ihd knowing them as we we rely on hearty o operation in the promotion of Oils The Chautauqua naturally to the the educated and he people seeking for better things and Ue more of our people at the greater will hijwfit and the be the ind Intellectual standing of our Suppose we fieloig to It is wonderful how much we have in not pur objects common Vfl we not all attempting to follow thp Mine Master prompted by the Minie iaeas of higher citizenship with a common desire tor increased loyalty to the one flag Can we not then tbrget minor differences and In the eftpft for the common good I am aure can Let our our Wch and all use their to induce as many a possible to enjoy the treats that will m during the of the wljl all be the better for Lloyd cjftBunMiw has charge of the sale of the The rapMly and if you uajtcn tipkffi at 50 you had better make your re seryirtton t The Gusto Tailor Made Man Has the advantage these He can dress less All men of all ages and sizes can have clothes made to their taste and The tailor made man selects ma terial to his liking and the material is the best Why not have more more better fit August Rogers of was killed late yesterday evening In accident at Cbauiite THAELL Custom Tailor to and Women 608 Third Ararat v ;