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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta �TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1917 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD NEW TRAINS FOR OLD PAGE SEVEN Dr. anil iMrs. W. IT. Marrs loft yon-torday for Banff. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Abcrnethy and little daughter of Ooalhurst, were weekend visitors with Mrs. Chits. MacKay. * * * Misses Marlon and Dorothy Marrs returned yesterday from a visit at Troctor, 13. C. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Trow havo returned from'a two'weeks.'..visit with Mr. Trcw's parents at Badger Lake, Alta. '* * * Miss A. M. Tilley left yestorday for Victoria, B. C, to visit Mrs. 11. .f. H. Skelth, who is spending tho summer there. * * � Mr. Dave Brodie, one of the I.eth-bridge old timers, who now resides at Long Beach, California, is in the city. * * * Mr. M. P. Reynolds of the Bank of Commerce and Mrs. Reynolds left this morning to spend their vacation in tho mountains.  �  Mrs. R. J. Gordon entertained at a thimble tea yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Barrett and Miss Barrett of Winnipeg, who are Mrs. C. T. Wood's gUOBtS. , ,    The Nursing Mission is furnishing a homo for an elderly lady who is without means and would bo pleased to receivo contributions of a table, chairs, bed linen, curtains, rugs or other comforts. * "*  Miss Mae Knapp entertained on Saturday afternoon in honor of her guest, Mrs. W. R. McFarlano of Calgary. Tho table was laid for seven. Those present were Mrs. K. Ott, Mrs. B. Edmunds, Misses Af. Fleetwood, W. Kelly and W. Heltseth, * * * Mrs. W. Housden, 734 18th street north, entertained last evening In honor of Gunner James Steele, a returned veteran from the 39th battery. A musical evening was enjoyed, after which a dainty supper was served at the midnight hour. Twenty friends' were present to welcome Gunner Steele home. Mrs. G. L. Pollard assisted the hostess.  * -i inches. Oriental patterns. Regular $:!.7.r>. Special, Men's Medium Weight Wool Sweaters, Without collar. Special............$1.41) 1000 LBS . PHILADELPHIA-The Original Creamy Caramel. With the lasting flavor. Regular 35c. Wednesday morning only, per lb............................................... "Oe Improved Gem Sealers Quart size, very special, dozen .............. !)8c Children's Middies Strong quality, colored collars and cuffs. Special ..................... 1.39 Children's Dresses Fine quality gingham, trimmed with self colored collars, also embroidered. i oa Special, ages fi to 14............ Ladies' Voile and Muslin Waists Embroidered fronts, also lace trimmed. Regular values to $2.50. All one price, to clear ................... L19 Ladies' Dongola Kid House Slippers Wide fittiiiR and medium low heel. Sizes 2% to 5. Wednesday morning special ........................ 1.79 Boys' Lightweight.Combination Underwear length, natural 49c Short sleeves and knee shade. Sizes 22 to 32. Special .................. Men's House Slippers Dongola kid with patent facings, wide fitting and low heels. Sizes G'to 11. �� �jv Wednesday morning ............. JLevtf 750 yards Fine English Nainsook 36-38 in. wide in 12 yard lengths. Regular 25c. Special for Wednesday only, i r Yard ............................. IOC Limit 12 yards to one customer. No Phone Orders. Half-day Extra Specials in Groceries Lime Juice to clear at a very low price. Regularly sold at 45c. While it lasts. Special, bottle ..................... Fresh Peaches, Per basket..........i............ Fresh Peaches Per lb....... Pork and Beans, 2 can* for ____ special Large cans 2 for....... 25c 45c 10c 25c 45c Custard Powders, regular 25c. Special, tin ..................... Rr.spberry Vinegar, regular 30c. Special, bottle.................. Grape Juice, regular 50c. Special, bottle ................... Centennial Flour, 49 lb. sacks. Special......................... Christie's Cream Sodas, 2 lb. tins. Each ........................... Fancy Lemons. Per dozen...................... jOTheBwJsotfs Bay dompanB J NEED MORE POWER; I FRONTIERS IN SIGHT Col. Winston Churchill Tells of Vast Army Employed in Munitions; Applying Resources to War. London, Aug. 20.-Col. Winston Spencer Churchill, minister of munitions, has begun the reorganization of the (British ifcmltions department. In a statementVI \ight ho says lliu department is Tw employing 2,000,000 persons and the headquarters stuff ,, - sides and 13,500,,and that it is controlling an ex-erie; doinbined with penditure of between �600,000,000 and �700,000,000 ft year. Col. Churchill says tho work tho department has dono has made tho British armies the I best equipped and most formidably ' armed in Europe." Frontiers in Sight. "But," the minister adds, � "after these great efforts and in the fourth year of yie war wo no longer are tapping stored up resources of the national energy or mobilizing. We are applying them for the first time to tho war. The magnitude of the effort and the achievement approximates continually the limits of possibility. Already Ji� wvw.Y djiecticw frontiers are in sight, and it is necessary therefore not simply to expand, but'to go back over the ground already/covered and by thrifty harmonious methods �leaa a' further reinforcement "of war pow� ��" - " _i Reorganize The Department. For thia. purpose, Col. Churchill says it has been decided to form the 50 departments of the ministry into 10 group3, each tu be presided over by an experienced officer of the nlo�, istry. who will constitute a couaeO, tho functions of which Will be tail**,..'.4 t* tiume ot tho army council vj-;.*a��A$f ;