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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST SOME OF THE SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS HAVE EVER OFFEKEDOi5T THE SAYINGS HAB AND PATRONISE THESE MUSLIN Slip over embroidery Kxtra special for tonight only CORSET COVERS About On sale for tonight only OIRL3 WHITE Very scarco All sizes up to 3 jalrs for CANTOV Eitra ouly 50 sale tonight 3 yards tor On 50c THE DAILY PAGE SILK black and fancy A sample lot worth up to pair LISLE STOCKINGS aud black and a lew Sample linea worth up to 5Qc pair Greatly Regrtts Action of Huns In Deporting ISelgtan Nott Combatants MILADI z PHONE IS Is stated in Vat can circles that the Popes Impartial ttliuda toward official The pope Is reported to egret greatly the action o Germany n connection with the Bel appears to adopted alter and Mrs Kress have rf turned iroiu a LoSMay trip to the Mr Geo has accepted a pojlllou with the Motor Miss Ella Is the guest ot Miss Muuro of this iavo been adopted alter Von the Imperial chan just before his wrotewhat Is now apparent a farewell letter the holy thanking him for his forebearance and ComiuenllES on tho Italy points out that the relations of ho Vatican with the Austrian CatUollcs that mah bishops have been subservient to the the Austrian bishops VOILE that Bold regularly for Size a 36to HOSE For 12 Black or Eitra speclaj tonlgM BOYS Khaki or black 3 to 12 year Just MENS rjOMBINAtlSNS or Styles All to 42Tpfajfat only SILK ot thwe 75c and plain or fancy silk Worth Slightly dust Easily cleaned MENS Good C A iS Escelda or 1 sizejFor tonight We oar Anniversary during Chantaaqua 5 VF ARS YOUNG WATCH US GROW There will be big doings neil week in The Chautauqua will ho tlio bis and wo heartily en in every To our customers who we jikw j r U C FRESHEN Chaotanqoa and Anniversary tc 13 ive remalnei en protoste independent and have 1 agiinst Gerrnau atro GEORGE POPE Winnipeg valuator lor the federal govern ing and for a long lime the right agent for the Grand Trunk is dead at his homo here at thlage of SO U oftea his afternoon that all tmf20 f the 200 ol the entombed miners In he West Kentucky Coal company1 nine at hare been jrougul to the Sis men are known to bo three whites and hreo Sixteen rescued men are badly burned and are being irought to Fvansvllle on a special Mine officialsat Clay eipress ed hopes that the remaining 20 men bo rescued with few cas An unofficial check of tlio number of men entombed In tie mine made at noon today indicated the number to be something less than Forty Elx had been brought to the surface together with four In cluding that o nharles mine Hiss Slmm has returned frpm two weeks vacation at The Art Needlework class will meet with 322 5ih on Monday afternoon Miss McPhee has returned from Banff and Is at present visiting friends at New i MraDosso and daughter Irma and Master Robert are leaving Sundaj night lor a two yecks outing at Banr andliskeIxmlsi They will stop off afew Calgary on their re t and Taylor return ed last evening from their honeymoon o Glacier Park and Waterton whero they have spent the past two They were accompanied homo by the Ralph Tat couple will reside in s at the home ol iiiss tvaJaynes a dainty tea was serv ed in honor of Miss Ella Ford ot Cal who is the guest of Miss Calh this Jessie Williams poured tea and Miss Isabe Muhro cut 4he The decorations vere pink and white Aftc ea a musical was enjoyed Rational Service Board Is Directing Men Help Harvest Dosnes Is in Calsary on a short business 5r and Clifford anJ children the guests of anil 4iti Robertson and Miss ot High mutpJ o thiscity last Tuesday rciVa ng on Miss Johnson ol has accepl Dd a posllion wllh the Bank of Nova Scotia Miss Amy Wicks has returned from Calgary after spending a tew weeks vacation there with Missinzola of Is visiting with Miss Robertson this River One ofthe prollfcsl weddings ot this scasontobk place recently at the home of nnd Workman Macleod a short account of which appeared In The iride ivas dressed In a beautiful com ilnatlon dicss of silk crepede chene and Georgette The ccremon took place at Uishop Green of after which an elaborate dinner was Only he relations were ill many of cut glass and silverware being Miss Workman was one of successful delegates of the HeraM contest this Spack man Is a very well known and popu lar young man in this nnd Spackman expect to leave shortly on an extended trip to diner cnt parts of the after which they will take up their residence at Opposite Regular ment being made for only One hundred and sevenlyfiveHhousand letters are now being the offices oMhe lkinal Scrvlci board to men who indicated jOartbJeir national service cards thelrwlllingness to make a change of occupation if the public In terest of war rendered it this ap peal is to provide farm labor for tha professor ofpollllcol scienco In the University of In an interview with IbV de clares that the greatest servica which the western Liberals convention coujd render Canada would heW adjourn for tho a larges na tlonal nonpartisan winthewar con vention in Winnipeg two weeks later believes that tho only ay to get astrong andunited caW et Is not by any coalition ot Conser attves and t a national unionist rg old party differences and declarlnj tself on sucli national pjoWems a oldera1 land selllementi provincla pntrpl ol western natural nntloiial ship imperial Jprelgn trade taxa ion during and the civil abolition of part patronage and natiortnl speeded up arid coal must he saysSIr chairman of the board of railway com in a judgment ed at tJie ot the board of questionof With this object a new set of de murrage riles has been drawn up by the commissioners is lol Firstand second third 1 fourth fifth J3 seventh day and al1 days a Sugges says The present scale allows ralo ol one dollar a day after free ordlng to the Thffjrau ays proposal was a rate of fter expiration of freo RUSSIAN GENERAL In the letter It is pointed out that whlre may involve a men are in to fatt thoas andsot fodEy submit tinge aus ot the prov Helpthere Is needed at Through thepress requlremenis of Western Canada will be made raown as soon as the provincial auth orities ol Saskatchewan and Alberta are able to estimate the volumeof labor The concludes as follows ofcourser possible that you feel you are already doing essential national service in your present Whether or not you can spare a lim ited ttffie from thlsjoccupalionto as sist harvesting Canadas crop Is a which must be to your If you feel you should or are physically an in ders forVikrnunera France and leratiott of Uiip per tit not tp everyone la bejable f who cannot at 3 Ul alu yllj thilr lives cannot for family or other reasons un tj airtake or possibly you can in riencc a National Service hoard has on record the names ofover men whoj on their national service cards Those Miulc froni any HiiiidLetls have taken atlvantsige of this liberal Safe return ol photo ncl Satisfaction No orders accepted alter ing that a sacrifice thus could never measuie up tp the men In the As to the opportSiities for the fact is emphasized that the Seed harvest acute all the from the Rocky iteimtihis to the it Ontario has LIUU hclDihitheVindlcated their willingness to chance occupations In order to under takVessential From these 300000 names a selection is being made to whom the lelter referred to being Tho list wbchVis being compiled consists oi merijiwho are apparently physically far as are not al former le armies of the south of the R has been ording to Heuters Petrograd corres DRAFT RESISTERS CAUSE rivei in e is opened lab or in essential occupa ALLIES FLEEllOtECE I ing Self Own cqurse of future dBvelop of machina tlonrbl American agents in Austria by former Ambassa or long prior to the Austro merlcan The article says lat AmerlcniiB who loft Austria soon fter the talked confidently to eulrals of impending complete po tical isbiation ol Germans in Draft reslsters burned Kansas and Texas railroad bridge1 across the Can adian river at near to reports receivedhere restitution of the Greek fleet hy powers which had eierCIsei control over it durlfti the events preceding the ab dication of King Iregan light cruiser Helll was rc turnsd to the PRETTY PINAfORE DRESS pinafore dress shows tho new loose side line and Is made ot ombrold ereS net and filet caught in waist with embroidered roses In snides ol rose and yellow with green The pleated underskirt la pi primrose yellow crepe Comb ings made Facial Electrolysis Phdrie 1710 Hull Block 1 Room 1 REVENTLOW TALKS NONSENSE Count yen Re In an the Tages to Arthur Dal fours speech in tho of com In which spoke of the nation ot AustriaHungary determln y ff HEAVY RAINS FELL f Heavy rains felllast night n the Jlacleod and Aldcrsyde districts and also up in the The southern liorlion ol the province received light showers alter tlio fashion of the ct ij By the Canadian Overseas Canadian Headquarters in France via Four dayV ol a steady downpour of rain have made ditches ol the trenches al nldng the western and th part of the line where aro the Cana dlans the wet weather has brough ahout a cessation of infantry move nent on a largo There hav been several small encounters betwee the patrolsout in Np Mans band but for the most part tho men In th trenches are fully employed in pr venting nooning of their A sume lowlying posts whero drainag cannot be secured the enemy has bee forced out into the broug under me fire of our with seri ous results to them has not Ell enco the guns Many thousands of life among their garrison from the nlerroluabla pounding ol our guni ust bo great The conditions ol Lens are very uch what they were on the Belglaa bnt before the opening of the el It is now known that In Flanders hree divisions of tha enemy o badly cut up by the British artillery re that they wera withdrawn on thfl vo of the fresh ut Into uivislonj ivonow been relieved on vcr which the offensive eilendsj much of their toll of casualties being the Great Artillery No such concentration ot artillery has been in any previous of The enemy alike in the north and on the Canadian front is again using shells with prodigality This rnorninEfTie pill i Heavy barrage oj the Avion 2 and shortly before daybreak let loose up on the LevinLoos area His lack of observationlessens effectiveness this retaliation BOY SCOUTS INSPECTED BY BADEN POWELL Alberta Ladies College of Red Deer i a r AlberU A HIOH RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE TOR GIRLS Jublie and High School Oradts to Martlculatlori and XI PHYSICAL Splendm Record at Religious v Home and Xarifui s FALL TERM OPENS WRITE FbR CALENDAR i enco uiu projectiles are expended Tho ellars In in which the enemy ow shelters iiis Ycservcs are 4 to a sustained with lie tfiA ffetrucnt explo ions In the city Indicate that the German sforesot ammunition are kept in nnd that the loss Petrograd MILITARY GOVERNOR KILLED j Aug General hi militsry governor ot Petrograd says the Uourse has been was trmcherously shot in the Erdelli a dispatch from Pet rograd on Jiilv 26 had been appointed military governor of SWEET CLOVER BRAND HAM Such Hah as jou luwf always IcngM jukjencl smoked just rigkt its if hVStwrt Clover ;