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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIIDAY. AUGUST 24, lOlS 4> � . j For yoii oiir dead, boyond the sea, j Who gave your Uvch to"tiold us tree, I By us, who keep your memory, ' What can be said? We can not sing your praises right. Lost heroes of the ondlcsa fight; Whoso souls Into the lonely night, Too soon have fled. i We can but Iionor, cherish, bless, Your sacred names; no words expreea The measure ot our thankfulness. To you our dead.  -Sir Sidney Low in The Literary 1 Digest.  SOCIAL EVENTS *    Miss Genevieve McMahon recently entertained a number of friends at her home in honor of Miss Lucy Hardy who is leaving shortly for the east. After an enjoyable evening of music and j games, refreshments were served by Mrs. McMahon and Mrs. GrlfiUhs. Those present wore Ml.ssos Lntry Hardy, Cora Pellotier, Annobol Davios, Madge Raskorviile and Messrs. IJo\i-gias Graham, Arthur McDonald, Wol-don Rhodes, Rlihard Pipes and Bert Nevin.   � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mrs. Rosewarn','? and Mrs. Stevens section of the Reliekahs will meet on the cast side ot Oalt Gardens at "..lO Monday evening. �  � The Art Needlework cluss will meet with Mrs. Koen, Hull Block, on .Monday afternoon. � * � i Mrs. Hcdlund's section of the Re-bckahs will moot at the home ot Mrs. McCallum, 9G8 10th Street, on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILV HERALD good q\i.allty Is 111'' iiriiprrcd material, Undorwdnr li.is Kliinvlsi! been chnaon with thn^^unii; i'luim In view. Frills are practically liiini.slicil. All ot! these points rcconuii/iiil tlK^iiisnlvo:-* ; because they orapluisi/.c miohI altriio | lively the two tiiln(;i: (i. ar to tlu! womanly woman-dainty litiioriKiMtjs tor I every day und Imniaiuliitr fi-cKhni-HS. , A London tailor in oltiTiiig a wartime onc-plecc drcnK v.hii li lian many attrnotlvo feutiires. 'l'))!. rifiBifm (m patented and all niyaliic^ (;o to the British Red Crrtsn. ili^ trDck Is u "slip-over" and by ini'.iiiK iiiiig wear.' Canadian women niii;lit do'Mm and patent a drcHS, the |)ini im.mIs to go to the Red Cross. PAGE ELEVEN i ;. .;. .;. .;. ;. .;..> FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. > ? ? FROM THE FRONT. : ** ? ? ? >'t" > ? > '5* ? ? ? ? : m- After Supper Just a Little Better Than Usual The prices are lower than ever, but the values and quality are the same high quality you always secure at Rylands. BATH TOWELS A big thirsty white' bath towel in excellent quality that will give all kinds ot wear and.wash easy. Size 21x42. Regular 11.26 value today. ............. .  pair 85c Alter Supper Sale ---- BEDSPREADS 50 only bedspreads, suitable tor double bed. Made In neat design and medium weight which are eaay to launder. Thefeo spreads are well worth |1.75 to |2.00. After Supper Sale.................... $1.60 CHfLDREN'S SOX AND HOSE An odd lot. of traveller's samples and odd pairs from various good eoUlnK lines. There are a tew pairs of small children's hose in black and tan InCluded In the lot but the greater part are sox for present wear hi amall sizes only, Regular 3Bo values. After Supper Sale................. .....19c BOYS'BLOUSES 50 only, Boys' Wash Blouses, Made ot good quality of strlpotl percalti in vadous colora. Made with soft collar. Easy to launder. Regular 76c. After Supper Sale...... ............. 60c FLANNELEHE BLANKETS ?Ve made a luoky purchase of these soft big flannelette blankets so we win sJlare the bargain with you. They come in a light fawn shade with striped border. Size 60x79. Worth f3,75 pair. After Supper Sale.................pair $3.00 LADIES' MIDDY WAISTS 25 only, ladles' white wash ulMf wrstots, mod* from good quality ot materlat In belted apfl^. Collars of contrasting materials lu plain shades and atrlpes. ftofular |1,G0. After Supper Sale ,, ..,...... .....$1.00 The following letter was received by the Secretary Sir Alexander Gall Chapter, I.O.D.E.: France, July 2,'i, 1918. Dear Olrs. Lundy: Your lettfcr of 2Clh April arrived some time ago, but I purposely delay-1 ed to answer it as the .socks had not arrived at the time, and it seemed better to wait till they had. I can only thank you, on behalf of the boy.s in the battery, very sincerely indeed tor this gift. It is hardly necessary to say that socks are always useful. Indeed, at times, they make the exact difference bet-ween extreme discomfort and absolute comfort. On two occasions that I remember wo pulled into new positions in such rain that we were all pretty well wnt through and a pair of clean dry socks (without any holes) meant real cdm-tort. As you probably know the battery is now about half as large again ;is it was in Lethbridge, and it needs between 180 and ;;00 pairs to ensure that no one is overlooked. So you can be sure that your consignment was ample to supply everyone. Apart from every other reason, it i is very cheering for us to know that the people at home have not forgotten us yet. With all good wishes for the I.CD. E. and its work, I remain 'Yours very sincerely, C. H. COLLINSON. Capt; O.C, Gist Battery, C.F.A. �  � : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : : ? ? ? ? : ? ? > WAR-TIME CLOTHES. ? * ? : : > ; > : : :��:,>?lc tlic rciiuirU that they tod oats to lii)r"ch In England .Tnd men In Scotia .id. M sturdiest people In the world. .Mthotif;!! not extensively used on this ? ? ? "OAT" RECIPES "There is not sub.siiiute for white bread like the Scotcli oatcake." says Mrs. Geo. Burbldgp. ".Mnny families have been raised on oatcake. _ never tasting white bread and an; us healthy as possible. If all ('aii!iii >IO I'air ......................................... ......... �i�*tV A LOVELY BLAOC & WHITE CHECK MATERIAL Specially suitable for children's school dresses, ,'!0 Inches 0|? _ wide. At yard.......................................... ^DC THE "CANTERBURY" BUREAU SCARF Size 18x52. A drawn scrim scart of great beauty. OUR HOSIERY SPECIALS Wore such a success last Saturday night that we are tempted to repeat iliem. Hero they are. 4 dozen Black Hose. Size t AA 7 10 8%. at 4 pairs for.................. . laUU BOYS' HEAVY BLACK HOSE A new arrival. Sizes 8 to 10, retailing at 40c pair, at pairs ......................................... 1.00 WE SHALL MAKE A SPECIAL DISPLAY On our centro tables on Saturday night, of our new Blanket Cloths, Serges, Worsteds, Broadcloths, Basket Weaves, Coatings Como and sei.-. them In proof that we have the goods, and as aii Kxamplo of Value Giving: . , , A REAL SNAP IN CORSETS Made of extra super Coutll, and with f<5ur hose supporters at, pair .........................,, .,. 99c DO YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL VOILE WAIST RETAILING AT $5.00 FOR $2.99? Then come on Saturday night, of' either plain tailored, or embroidered. BOYS' WASH WAISTS Plenty of chance for wearing the.se-the hot weather will be with us for some time yet. 36 ONLY, BOYS'WASH SUITS In white and assorted color stripes. Sizes 3 to 6 years. Regular to $2.75 at, each...............'........ .. 1.59 LADIES'WHITE KID BOOTS With 10 inch cloth tops, faced with kid, Goodyear welted soles, and French heel, kid covered. Made on a real up-to-date OTP last, negular $16,50. To Clear Saturday Night ......... O.f 9 CHILD'S TAN ELK BOOTS With white elk sole, A splendid line for children's wear. Sizes i! to 10%, Regular |3,26, At, pair...... 2.79 CHILDREN'S SHOES Of. patent leather with Wd tops. Made In either button or lace styles. Also iv line of patent leather slippers. Instep or ankle strap. Avith neat bow on the vamp. All sizes from 3 to 7. 1 j n Special................................................ 1.4!f TUNGSTEN LAMPS-4 Watt only, 3 for ... $1.00 CURTAIN NETS, SCRIMS AND MARQUISEHES \Vhito, cream and ecru in a variety ot patterns. Special 2',^ yards tor..............,.......;.............. 1.00 LIQUID VENEER .'\t special prices for Saturday night, 25c size for......19c 50c size for. ..... 39c SPECIALS AT THE TOBACCO SECTION "IJlack Watch" Chewing Tobacco, negular IBc; Ifl*. Special, plug........................................... lUC "T, & B," (% lb. tins) Cut Plug Tobacco. Regular 90c. OA-Special, tin ,,........................................... OUC "Uoyul Mint" Tobacco (Vi lb, tins), Regular 90c, ''t*. Special, tin.............................'----......JtJiC "Shamrock" Smoking Tobacco,' 'lAf Special, 2 plugs ..;................................ fclC "Hudson's Bay" Cut Plug (% lb. tins), ftC** Special, tin.............................................. OJQ SPECIALS AT THE CANDY SECTION Finest Chocolatcjs.aBBprted'flavors. Regular COc, Special, Jb.......,,'..........................,........ Special 33c % lb. packets Cowan's Eating Chocolates, Regular liOc. OA - Jial, packet............................<'....;'......... /tVC 99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999092904 ;