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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBIHDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Join the Crowds Tonight at Rylands 3 Hour Sale After Supper Specials On Sale From 7 till 10 p.m. 20 dozen Ladies' Lisle Hose, Tan only, regu- lar 35c to 50o a pair, touight 20C Boys' and Girls' Ribbed Cotton Hose, Blsu-k only, "Boys Own" and Princess make. 150 Extra large White Flannelette Blankets, blue borders. 011 sale tonight only, pair. ,35 20 Sample Table Cloths, best quality Bleach- ed Damask Linen, regular for. Another lot of Ladies' Vests, on sale tonight only quantity each 0C Long Lisle Gloves, in Black only, regular 40 and 50c a pair. Tonight only Combinations, extra fine quality Swiss Rib- bed Lisle, regular- OOc and tonight. 42 Inch Circular Pillow Cotton, yard. 19c Ratines in different shades, yard 50C A good Corset on sale tonight at. SOfi Women's Pumps and Oxfords. See the window S2.85 Bareites regular 35 25c, tonight only One Quarter Off All Girls' Dresses Tonight Wo's fine Muslin Underskirts, tonight Meu's English Outing Shirts, collars attach- ed, regular for 95c Men's Linen Lawn Kerchiefs, tonight. _ Children's Rompers, clearing tonight at Two Exceptional Bargains in Lot NO. n d Crepe -bfest; selling1 in a. final iDreaaes tliat sold .asirhiglu'.as oEfortito uleaa -up all our Suru- 84 to.38 principally mer DresaeS; -Values in lot the last time .....up to Rylands Co. God never would send you the dark- Si If Ho felt you could bear 'he But you would'hot cling .to His guiding band If tho way were always bright; Aud vou would not care to walk fy faitli, Could you always walk by sight, 'JJalfe it'a pray God; to help you keep it, never. if possible, to lie'down at night, without being'able i to says, 'I have mado one humaii he ng at least, a little wiser, a jittle hapoier, or a little better this day.' Kjngsley Mrs I. J. Uaite and children are spending some time u ith Wends i4n Spokane. Mr. J. rstuined.from E trip to Eastern Canada jmd the United States' Mrs John Wilson has sufficiently recovered from her recent illness to leave the G-alt i Mr. and Mrs. .Uraytohj Out, are gucfcts with Mr 'and Mrs T.'R. Davidson. v A party including Miss A M But- ler, Miss M Butler, Miss N F Clarke, F Horn, E Butter, O Butler and B. J. Clarke, .with Mrs. B.' as chaperone, returned from holidaying at i Mountain Mill. I The plans for the autumn {or many I pcoble will hale to'be changed now tbst tho general s> nodical meeting of the 1 can church dated for Sep- tenrtcr in Vancouver, Las been can- celled Nothing definite as to the W A. beenibeard' and it is i presuified this will be beld as pro- H Cobblediek has return- ed from a moutn's srient in a and interesting manner rlhe firit week he spent at Plnohcr. Creeit i Summer .school and -the next ton I days m a lumber camp i nc next spent some time among the i fr it farms at Nelson and visited the 1 gold mice at Rossland and the large Smelter Works at Tfail, going from I there up the Arrow Lakes to Arrow i Head and Kevelstoke Ho returned via I the main HUB, visiting Glazier, Lake 1 Louise' and' Banff en route home. Clubs and Societies A miss meeting ot all flag sellers and voinen of the city, wlio are I interested, is called for 8 o'clock on I Monday evening zn the Y M C A. The i (mid collected will be apportioned that night Tho Flower to.thank Mrs. B. A. "Simpson, Mrs. Forster; the superintendent of Gait Gardens nil Frachc Bros, for donations .for i i the weeU) visit to 'the Gait hospital SIR ADAM BECK'S MAGNIFICENT GIFT Aug. Adam who lias one of the finest hunting stables ill England, has 'presented hie eluvpu prize tors- es to tije.War Office. Tie gift is deeply" appreciated1 'asi com- ff ing fronr'a Canadian who la of ff absolute German origin. The War Today At a Glance Bad Eyesight Is a Stumbling Block to Success A'ety freuuently persons have filled to gain Imitative .positions .because of poor vision. Can you afford to talte guide you. Even if, your position is assured, the palu, suffering arid inconvenience of crip- plod eyes should be 'avoided. There is'always one safe and sane thing to do; have a thorough, .ex- amination mado.' that; you may linow whether or not you need the help of acour ately fitted glasses, Ours Is the plaice to for cxamlnn- lion and correct optical auittance. R. A. Wright, The City's Leading Jeweller Established 189S. Issuer of Marriage No witnesses required Bye'Specialist In chaiw of Optical .Bonartment. The Petit'Journal; of Paris says it learne "on unimpeachable' authority" that Japan U resolved-to declare war on Germany. A wireless dispatch from Berlin re- ceived In London says In an Interview Imperial Chancellor Von Bethmann- Hollweg represented the war as a life and death struggle between the Ger- mane and Russiano. .Parlg declares., officially that the pass over, has been occupied by French troops. Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia, commander-in-chief of .the-army, calls on th> Polei to be loyal to Russia and promises them autonomy. The Exchange Telegraph Co of don Austrian troops made a concerted dash, on but were repulsed with heavy casualties. The Belgian, general staff reports the pos tioi of IK excellent Belgian dispatches report two com1 panics of German Infantry ambushed by Belgians. FIfiy Germans are said to have been killed. Field-Marshall .Sir John French, commnn'dBr.iH-chltf b'f the British field army, Arrived in Paris. i From .Rome conies: it report of an at tempt fo of the Balkan nations, with''tlie object of as slating Russia and restraining Turkey. General Stein of the German general staff. In a manifesto te the German na- tions cautions the people against be- lieving anything not made public ficlally. He said all be pub- lished In good time, and there will be no exaggeration or.minimizing. General Otto Von Emmleh, German commander'at Liege, Is dead; He has bean succeeded by General Von Der Marwitz. Alberta's oats are the best In the world, but; thoy arc hone too good for the noble horses who will fight in Brltalu'8 battles. The Lndies' Orange Benevolent as- sociafrion arc giving a Ret-acmiAintod at the Sons ot England hall on Aug. The'.brothers of 'the Orange Lodges No. 1666, and'Myrtic Lodge" No 3314, are cordially invited and all thobo mterebted in Orangoum STAMPING -OUT THE MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER .TRACES TROUBLE -ITS SOURCE To (ho public1 Iii arts; endeavor-to trace the sodrce of our typhoid, I first had our water supply; tested. It found perfect. I obtained a history of .each, case. The .majority Miavinff; obtained their mfllc froai .the Hygenic ;dairy, I had a sam- ple ot their mllfc tested bacteriologl- caUy. Sample found ditngerous closed.; I then visited all farms supplying "Una dairj and obtain- ed samples of milk samples to be quality and perfectly safe The HvgJeiiie dairy was infested with flies and I found an open privy on an adjoining lot. This was'evidently the.source of trouble..! had the privy removed andjfilled up The dain people were to put screens on doors and auy w''ws that liable to be opened and to rid the buildiug of (llerf This- has Aeen done to my e'at- IsfacAon, and the dairy is now allowed to business I maj say that the occurrence is a unfortunate one for the dany- The ilvgienic is probablj the most up-to date dairy in this part of the countiv Their plant IB of tlie latest, and with care re flies they should tie'atie-to supply milk of the beat quality. Aeudors of milk have had'their-premiees inspected, and have.-been notified that fly screens must be put In and flies got rid of, or they will be debarred from selling. Notwithstanding the above, I would the sum- mer and early fall months, or until the departure of the flies, first to ;boil or pasteurize their milk immediately up- on delivery.- .Then .place on ice, and Keep it there until used Keep bottle stoppered. Flies are the chief source of milk contamination Thej are born In live on filth, crawl over all kinds of dangerous .and disgusting ob- jects, carry samples of these things on their feet One fly dropping Into -milk, may f ill ithe milk with bac- teria of all milk for the growth of bacteria. !UMiIk is the of 90 per cent, of tfie.summer troubles amongst children. may. bS'pure and safe .when if notjplaced on icbrpr kept bejpjy 50. degrees Fh, it soon becomes unfit-.ior .use. .To tuose who have not ice, Fjwculd; advise that (bey wrap milk -bottles .in clean, cloths and keep same w.lth water. The iraporation of water, will, keep milk fairly cool. L. GJEO. .DBVBBER, H.O. Hsalth Aphorltms The Three Disgraces: Filth, Plies and Fever. Screens ou 'windows and doors will Firemen Hope To Capture a Few Fiv0 of'the. local firemen will Jeave on Monda) Red Desr where the anhual convention and toiirmi- of the-Provincial 'Firemen's As- sociation will, be held August 18th and Included in the team which uphold thti process of the local suuud will be Chief Hardy, Lieut Fred Baker, F. Miles and Ilyslop. .The team IB entered fii tte' first t aid contest, in which U ey are decidedly proficient They' hope to have no difficulty m annexing the shield presented hy W A Buchanan, M.P The' subjects in- cluded jn the-contest ate the treat- merit- of the ,apparently drowned, 'treatment' oi wounds and bleeding, broken hones gind temporary manage- ment, stretcher drill, and oral exam- ination The men will also enter m the-sports 'and' running races 'and hose and wet tests rates for the tournament be n f fleet T GERMANY EXTENDS MORATORIUM Berlin, via London, Aug. 15, 8 60 a m has extended tho moratorium to the ttlu1 of September v VON GERMAN GENERAL, LIEGE VICTIM London, Aug. 15, 3.30 despatch from. Bruflsols to the Exchange Telegraph Co.' 'says the death of General Von Em' mich, the German commander at Liege, Is confirmed. He Is to be succeeded by General Von Der Marwltz. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Shoe Department Ladies' Brown Vici Kid Oifords, medium heels, smart dressy shoe, BUGS 2% to 4 only QQ Regular value ?300 Men's Furnishings Boys' Waists In striped Prints and Cam- brics and plain biuo Chambrays, sizes 6 to 10 years, regular value 60t, for HalfPrice Men's .Undershirts, size 34 to 46. flegular 50 and 75c No 9 IS .ft Tor Indies' ianon Skirts, plain tailored model with high waist line. Regular value. J2.00 QQn For.................................. todies' Blouses, low necks, and long sleeves, long shoulders mado Crepe, Dimity, Lawn, Vesting and Pique, reg. ?1.50 for... >t WW House Furnishings Just 3 pieces of Beautiful Sllkaline in Blue, Rose and Green and Rose Regular 0JLf% value 25c, for per in Toilet Waters fiolgates.Dactylin, Cashmere, Violet and- Ulac' Water, Regular 756 bottle 50c GROCERY SPECIALS Christie Biscuits. Suliana assorted Sandwich and Fig Bar, Ib Plain Olives, 2 Lotties for..............................23C Smith's Tomato Catsup, per -20C Castile Soap, per CUT FLOWERS, FERNS, PLANTS WE ARE INAUGURATING A'NEW DEPARTMENT IN THIS BUSY DEPARTMENTAL STORE. IN PROVIDING FRESH CUT FLOWERS DAILY AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FERNS, PLANTS IN BLOOM, ETC., AT PRICES THAT WILL TEMPT YOU TO PURCHASE. COME IN AND SEE THEM. For perfect cleaiung" i ftarts of the houto this t'Club" is famous. Old Dutch Cleanser does the Work it with real economy and Mtiafaction. Saves Your Energy do more health, than will locks to keep out burglars. Typhoid chain of Pa: Filth, Piles, Fingers, Food, Fever. Because your neighbor throws gar- bage in the alley reason why you should example It's not'everybody's business, out it is tour to Bee that unsanitary conditions in. your .neighborhood are reported. Not every fly that is cairung disease germs, but many of them are. and you cannot ten which is which. Take no chances. Swat all! Don't get any, false sense of secur- ity told typhoid is not contagious. It is communicable from uerson to person; every case is by disease germs hale come in borne milk, tin Kern, tood, flies, from, the dejecta of, some previous case Doctors, report your cases of: typhoid promptly and help the Health depart ment give our citizens a tetter chance to avoid the disease. Bemcmber mothers' milk for Babies, cow's inilk for calves. Seventy-eight typboid bacilli placed in fresh, milk become in one hour; in 4S hours Personal cleanliness is more than a ted-or a liixuryr-tt means health and life. Cleanliness costs little-Sickness costs much. Every mother In Lethbrldge should put in practice: .When baby lias diarrhoea .stop all i food t the first s'P1 quit feeJmg milk and other kinds of food give babv a dose of castor oil to remove ii ''tet ng matter from tho bowels; or other foods white of egg 01 'mrley If not better m Wo dajfe call a doctor RETLAW. Evcrj one is excited about ti war every one is to go if needed gome of our joung m n have sent in Ui-ir applicit.ons to en list is no ]oker but it seem" hard to avoid someljmes D G- auglm has gone to Montana to visit her parents Mr Vaughn accompanied her as iar as Lethhndge last Thursda) The Alberta Co Operation Elevator Co reguhr annual meeting it Hctlaw last vcek and omcers tor the coining term were and ouch other important business was duly transacted Mr anrt Mrs James Nolan and Mr and Mrs Lane were at Lethbrldge list Ihuiiilajr, Mr Root Ruthvon rnd C W Hastings went with them It was a sight n passing through the urigatsd district from Nohn s bridge to Lethbndge to see the hay stasis and other crops and enough to make any man say, "I will have water on mv land as soon as T tin gtt iu Those who been fortiyiate enough to have any are har vestinj it now It is said there will be enough for 1915 seed and should he kept here for home use and none ot it shipped away Our Elevator Co is ship pmj m fruit for Uiose who wait it to put up for winter use Legve your tlie elevator il you want any We arc having some nice showers and they will bo good help to those who want to plow more this summer. A. good many.of our'larmers arc making: proof- on. their. so as to close their duties on same and be go away to work and tun enough money, to live on. Thesg Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spicea. Jelly Powders and Extracts. Purest and bept. When in doubtvlise Blue Ribbon. "We guarantee perfect satisfaction with alfour pure food products. proofs remain at the land, office until make final leaves them free to go-away or take; their stocK where feed um be had A copj of the new laws can be. had on appli- cation at the Dominion Land Office. DISCOUNT BUSINESS AT BANK OF. ENGLAND London, Aug. moderate dis- count business was transacted at the Baiik of England, and market today at previous'rates., transfers from London on New York were easier at 4.92 to 4.93. FRENCH IN PARIS British Field Marshal Given Great Re. ception by Parisians Paris, Aug. 15, 1.20 Marshall Sir John French, command- er-ih-Ghief of the British Army In tha field, was greeted by a vast crowd when ho arrived at the railroad sta- tion in Paris today. The people cheei- ed and sang the British National An- them when the fitfd 'marshall came out of the station in his khaki uni- form. Want a Better Job? There are vacancies on our selling for a few men who know experience that they can sell life Or who have the enthusiasm to learn how, They be nien of sterling and have unimpeachable" credentials. To" SUcn'men W3 can promise big 1 and a bright future in the servjbe of this Company. If yoikthink you measure up to these requirenfents call or write to IMPERIAL LIFE Awurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B- WiBue, Met MINIer, Lellbrife ;