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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 4,191? THE LETHBRIDrw DAILY TTErtALD KOME OF THE UtfST SATURDAY M�nT SPECIALS WE HAVE EVER OFFERED-GET THE SAVINGS HABIT, AND PATRONIZE THESE SALES. MIDDY WAI8T8. A good assortment of ladlos' whito A|* middy waists. All sizes. Values "up to ?1.B0. Tonight.....5/JJC WHITE 8KIRT8. Mado from a good .'juallty whlto ropp jkO-Pearl buttons, large packets. 23 to 28 bands. Tonight vQC MUSLIN NIGHTGOWNS. Slip over styles, embroldary CQr 1 trim. Extra special tor tonight only .................. U�JV . " '� "�11 '{ CORSET COVER8 OR DRAWERS. About two dozen.each. OC_ left. On sale for tonight only...................wpC GIRLS' WHITE H08E. Very scarce goods. AH sizes up -I AA to 0%. Tonight, 3 pairs for ��.........:............... l�Uv CANTON FLANNEL. Extra quality, only 50 yards. On CA. sale tonight only. 3 yards for.......................... uUC SILK STOCKINGS. White, black and fancy stripes. A sample lot worth up to f 1.25 pair for .................. 75c LISLE 8TOCKING8 and cotton, black and a few colors. Sample lines worth up to 60c pair ................... 25c LIGHT WEIGHT CORSETS, D. nnd A. makes, also Warners' Rust Proof. Sizes up to.28. Tonight only VOILE WAIST3. 25 pnly left that sold regularly for $1.50. Sizes 3G to 42. Tonight only.......................... HOSE 8UPPORTER8. For 55 to 12 years. Black or white. Extra special tonight only, 2 pairs for...............;. BOYS' OVERALL3. Khaki or black drill. 3 to 12 year slae. Just the thing fbir holiday wear...................... 89c 89c 25c 50c MEN'S COMBINATIONS. Porous knit, or B. V. D. styles All sUes up to 42. Tpttlght only.................,.,..... 1.19 SILK SOCKS. The last ot those 75c and 85c, plain or fancy silk socks. Onand musical - treat, we -offer tho-free use of our PARCEL CHECK ROOM and ALSO THE LADIES' WAITING ROOM WHERE YOU MAY REST AND FRESHEN UP. Chautauqua and Anniversary Week-7 to 13 POPE'S ATTITUDE Greatly Regrets Action of Huns In Deporting Belgian Non-Combat anls Home, Aug. 4.-It la stated in Vatican circles that the Pope's impartial attitude toward official; Germany, .is changing. The pope Is reported to regret greatly the action of Germany In connection with the deported Dol-gians>v The new attitude appears to have been adopted after Dr. Von Bethmann Ilollweg, the imperial chancellor, just before his resignation wrote, what js now apparent was. a furowoll letter to tlio holy father, thanking him for his forebcaraneo and favors. Commenting on the situation, Italy points out that the relations of the Vatican with the Austrian Catholics aro; excellent, that-whereas tho'German bishops have been subservient to tho government, the Austrian bishops have remained Independent and have even protested against German atrocities. PAGE FIFTEEN! 1-* INE Evansvlllo, Ind., Aug. 4.-It was reported this afternoon that all but 20 of the 200 of the entombed miners In the West Kentucky Coal company's mine at Clay, Kentucky, have been brought to the surface. Six men are known to be dead, three whites and three negroes. Sixteen rescued men are badly burned and are being brought to Evansvlllo on a special train. Mine officials at Clay expressed hopes that the remaining 20 men would bo rescued with few casualties. An unofficial check of the number ot men entombed in the mine made at noon today indicated the number to be something less than 175. Forty-six had been brought to the surface alive, together with four bodies, including that of Charles Wallace, mine foreman. GEORGE POPE DIES. Winnipeg, Aug. 3.-George H. Pope, land valuator for the federal government and for a long time tho right-of-way agent for the Grand Trunk Pacific, is dead at his homo here at tho age of SO years. A PRETTY PINAFORE DRES8 fills pinafore dress shows the new loose side line and is mado of embroidered net and filet lace, caught in at the. waist with embroidered roses In hides ot rose and yellow with green leaves. The pleated underskirt is ot primrose yellow crepe georgette. E TO WEST LIBERALS Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. 4.-Dr. Ira McKay, professor of political science in tho University of Saskatchewan, in an interview with the Phoenix, declares that the greatest service which the western Liberals' convention could render Canada would be to adjourn for the purpose of calling a larges national non-partisan win-tho-war convention in Winnipeg two weeks later. Dr. McKay believes that the only way to get a strong and united cabinet is not by any coalition of Conservatives and Liberals,-but'organitation of a national unionist party, renouncing old party differences and declaring1, itself on such national problems as soldiers' land settlement, provincial control ot western natural 'resuorces, national railways, 'shipbuilding, shipping, imperial and foreign trado taxation during and after tho war, senate reform, civil reform, abolition ot party patronage and national education. Shampooing, Combings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 Mr. and Mrs A. W. Kress havo returned from a holiday trip to the oast.  * � Mr. Geo. W. Kemm, Jr., has accepted a position with the Lethbridge Motor Coy  � * Miss Ella Ford, Calgary, is tho , guest of Miss Catherine Munro of tills city.   * Miss Sitnm has returned from two weeks' vacation at Winnipeg.  * * The, Art Needlework class will meet, with Mrs. Uoss, 322 Cth Ave. S., on Monday afternoon.  � * Miss K. McPhee has returned from Banff and is at present visiting friends at New Dayton.  � * Mrs. Dosso and daughter Irmn and Master Robert arc leaving Sunday night for a two weoks' outing at Banff and Lake Louise. Tlioy will stop off a few days ,in Calgary on their return.  � * Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Taylor returned last evening ^rom their honeymoon to Glacier Park and Waterton Lakes, whero they have spent tiie past two weeks. They were accompanied homo by the bride's sister, Mrs. Halph Talbot. ., Thoyoung couple will reside in Lethbridge.  * + Tcsterday afternoon at the home of Miss Iva Jaynes a dainty tea was served in honor of Miss Ella Ford of Calgary, who is the guest ot Miss Catherine Munro In this city. Mrs. Jessie Williams poured tea and Miss Isabel Munro cut the Ices. The docorations were pink and white carnations. After tea a musical programme was enjoyed.   � Mr. A. J. Downos is in Calgary on a short business trip. * � � Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ami children are the guests of Mr. and Mm, .Ino. Homo, 4lh Ave. S. � � * Mrs. T. W. Ttobertson and daughter, Miss Evelyn, of High Kivcr. mo! / -d to this city last Tuesday week, ret V n-fug on Saturday. * * * Miss Johnson of Fni'nic, has accepted a position with the Bank of Nova Scotia here.    Miss Amy M. E. Wicks lias rot limed from Calgary after spending a few weoks' vacation there with relatives. * * � Miss Inzola Itardlo, of Lethbridge. Is visiting wllli Miss K. Robertson tills week.-High Kiver Times. *   One of the prettiest weddings of this season took place recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Workman, Macleod, a short account of which appeared In Thursday's Herald. The bride was dressed in a beautiful combination dross of siik crepe do chene and Georgette crepe. The ceremony took place at G.30 p.m., Bishop Green of Lethbridge, officiating, after which an elaborate dinner was served. Only tho relations were in uttenditiire, many presents of cut glass and silverware being received. Miss Workman was one of the successful delegates of the Herald coutest tills year. Mr. Spaek-man is a very well known and popular young man in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Spackman expect to leave shortly on an extended trip to diflor-ent. parts of the States, after which they will take up their residence at Stirling. Opposite National Service Board Is Directing Men Help Harvest Montreal, Aug. 4.-"Traffic must be speeded up and coal must be got into the country," says Sir Henry Drayton, chairman of the board of railway commissioners, in a Judgment Just received at the Transportation bureau of the board of trade, Montreal, on .the question of demurrage. With this object a new set of demurrage rates has been drawn up by the railway commissioners a's follows: First and second day, free; third day, $1; fourth day, |2; fifth day, $3; sixth day, $4; seventh day and all days thereafter, |5 a day. Suggestively, the.judgment says: The present scale allows for a fixed rate of one dollar a day after the expiration of free time, which varies acr cording to the commodity. The. railways' proposal was a rate of $3 i day after expiration of freo time." RU88IAN GENERAL ARRE8TEO Petrograd, Aug. 3.-The Russian geehral, Gurko, former commander of the armies ot the south of the Rssisten western front, has been arrested,' according to Reuter's Petrograd correspondent.  DRAFT RE8ISTERS  CAUSE TROUBLE. ?  -: **  Francis, Okla., Aug. 4"--  Missouri, Kansas and Texas Phone 3464 Edmonton, Alberta ; A HIGH CLASS RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS Public and High School Grade* to Martlcuiatlon and Grade XI Inclusive. MUSIC, PAINTING, COMMERCIAL COUR8E, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ' ELOCUTION. I Splendid Record of 6ucce�e� at Departmental Examination*. Undenominational Religious Instruction. Home Comfort* and Careful Supervision Highly Qualified and Experienced Staff. 1 '.- FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 11, 1917. WRITE FOR CALENDAR MISS M. O. MILLAR, B.A., REV. N. D. KEITH, B.D., M.A., ;>�____Lady Principal President (By the Canadian Overseas Correspondent). Canadian Headquarters in Prance, Friday, Aug. 3, via London. - Four days of a steady downpour of rain have made ditches of the trenches all along the western front, and on the part of the lino whero aro the Canadians the wet weather has brought about a cessation of infantry movement on a large scale. There havo been several small encounters between tho patrols out in "No Man's Land," but for the most part the men in the trenches are fully employed in preventing flooding of their positions. At some low-lying posts where drainage cannot be secured the enemy has been forced out into tho open, and brought under me fire of our .guns, with serious results to them. Jlain has not been permitted to sll-enco tho guns. Many thousands of projectiles aro expended daily. The cellars in Lens, in which tho enemy now shelters his reserves, aro subjected to a sustained bombardment with the "heavies." The frequont explosions in the city indicate that the German stores of ammunition are also kept in these cellars, and that tho loss of life among their garrison from the interminable pounding of our gun* must be very great. The conditions of Lens are very much what they were on the Belgian front before the opening of the of> tensive. � It is now known that in. Flanders three divisions ot the enemy were so badly cut up by the British artillery fire that they were withdrawn on the eve of the assault, and fresh troops put into line. Five other division* havo now been relieved on the .front over which the offensive extends, much ot their toll of casualties being due to the gunfire. j; Great Artillery Concentration No such concentration ot artillery has been made^ in any previous offensive. The enemy alike in the north and on the Canadian front is again, using shells with prodigality. This, morning he put a heavy barrage on-tlie Avion sector about 2 o'clock, and shortly before daybreak let loose up-' on the Levin-Loos area. His lack of observation lessens effectiveness of this retaliation, however. MILITARY GOVERNOR KILLED : Petrograd, Aug. 3.-General Er> dolli, militnry governor ot Petrogradv says the Bourse Gazette, has beeii .killed. He was treacherously shot in the back. Cion. Erdelli, a dispatch from Petrograd on July 26 announced, had been appointed military governor of Petrograd. "SWEET CLOVER" BRAND HAM J0 Suck Ham as Sou Kav* always longed for- ~ mild, tender, juicy-and smoked just right. Buy a wKolt Ham - it's man �onamiaI if it's "Sweet Clover" Buj) by trie label-it tnnns quality. Ham wen Mti"Smtl Clout?' Gonton-lrontitk & Fans Co. Ltd. Wlimlptf Mmmirn The boy scouts had a grand rally at South West London recently when they were (Inspected by Sir R. Baden Powell,: FlMtto ghows th* seouU glTlgf .(brae cheers for ^� Prince of Wales birthday. which oeourred ou June 23rd. 01366141 313504?0 ;