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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,1017 THE LETHBniDRR DAILY IIEPAT.D PAGE SEVEN DBBBHHHHEM3J oe :: iiii conomy For Growing Girls' School Shoes we have some broken sizes in "Queen Quality" and "Boston Favorite" Button or lace with moderate heels. These are in black kid, gtimnctal, patent or tan calf leathers. Sizes from 2 to 4. Widths, B-E. The quality of these goods for the price asked make* values that cannot be equalled. Special for all grades............$4.35 We have also a good assortment in youth's boy's, girls' and misses' at good prices. Some small sizes in Barry Shoes. Good values for boys at----....----...----$5.00 W. J. Nelson & Co. Sherlock Block mmmm ft S3?1 81 ^^^^^^^^^ INSPECTOR QUITS. Vancouver, Aug. 1!7.--A. E. Plum-mer, local manager of the Prudential Trust, who has been acting aH one- of tho inspectors of the Dominion Trust liquidation, has filed his resignation from that office with the supremo court. It is said that Mr. Plummcr, whoso firm represents a very largo proportion of tho English creditors of the Dominion Trust, and whoso voting strength was largely responsible for the selection of tho present liquidation has been dissatisfied of lato at tho slow progress made with tho work of winding up of affairs of company. Improve Your Complexion Get your blood pure, keep the liver active and the bowels regular, and disfiguring pimples and unsightly-blotches will disappear from the face. For improving the complexion and putting the blood in good order BEECH AM S PILLS are safer, better and surer than cosmetics. They eliminate poisonous matters from the system, strengthen the organs and purify the blood-bring the health-glow to the cheeks, brighten the eyes, improve and Beautify the Skin Ptmu *4 oalr t>r Th.au B�nfci�. SL Htlnt, LncaMira, EaaUad. Bold wtwUii Im Cmd. ad U. 3. A�wk�. la b�m. 2S Mate FAMOUS BUILDINGS BURNED London) Aug. 23.-Tlie first detailed account of the disastrous fire at Salon Ikl last Sunday is contained in a Reu-ter despatch from that city, which says that 60,000 persons are homeless and that the property loss is enormous. In surancc companies are interested to the extent of �2,000,000 to �3,000,000 The military rendered all possible aid, but the scarcity of water made it almost hopeless to attempt to sub due the flames. Refugees are camp> ing on tho outskirts of the town. The destitute are being cared for by the Entente military authorities, the British having 30,000 in their charge. Food and fresh water are very scarce. The whole sea front from the customs house to the famous White Tower, with its fine buildings, including the famous church ofjfSt. Dimltri and several other churches and mosques were destroyed. Three enemy airplanes flow over the city and dropped bombs while the fire was burning. Mrs. \V. II. Fairfield in spending a holiday at Proctor, 13. C. * * * Tho fall millinery openings will take place on Thursday and Friday of this week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowman and family returned this morning from Proctor, B. C. � * * Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson returned today from a short visit in Calgary. * * * Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Lewis arc spending a few days with friends in Calgary. � * � Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Mcleod and Master Donald have returned from a visit to Winnipeg. * * * Miss L. Cameron has returned from a visit ot several weeks to New York and other American cIUck.  *  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy and Miss Dorothy Kennedy have returned from a fishing trip near Elko, B.C.  * * An ice cream social will be held on the lawn at the United Church, North Lethbridge tonight at 7..'li)  � * Mrs. (Dr.) H. P. Clay, from Nova Scotia, and little daughter Donnio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Shaw.   * The Thistle Sewing Circle will moot with Mrs. Hyssop at 604 i:ith St. N. Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. � * * Mr. and Mrs. S. Morris of Medicine Hat are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris on their way home from Nelson, B. C.    Mrs. E. Montgomery who' has been visiting In Lethbridge for the past few months' left for Calgary this afternoon.  *  Mr. and Mrs. Trenholmo Dixon of Macleod are in the city for a few days on their way home from a motor trip through Glacier Park.    Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ewert and Master Billy Ewert, are returning from the coast in their car. are registered at the Davenport Hotel, Spokane.    COLPMAN-ROSS. The marriage of two former Lethbridge young peoplOH.took place on July 30th, at Belvoir Street church, Leicester, England, when Miss Theodora Fraser Ross, daughter of Rev. David Ross of New York City, formerly pastor of tho Baptist church here, was united in marriage by Rev. .1, D. Freeman, D. D., to C6rporal Frank Colpman of the 3!Uh battery, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Colpman of Leicester and nephew of Mr. and Mrs Frank Colpman of this city. A VERY POWERFUL MAY ORGANIZE DEPOT UNITS "Winnipeg, Aug. 27.-It is stated here that for the purpose of absorbing all infantry units here and at Calgary and thus providing a direct channel to reinforce regiments at Shorncliffe, a depot battalion will be shortly authorized in this city and Calgary to total 2,054 officers and men at each point. BOYS'CLOTHING Attractive Values Right Prices You will find in our store today the largest stock of clothing; for boys we've ever had. They at the very top of new styles. Fabrics are good quality. Boys who are now in the city and those preparing for school or high school are particularly urged to inspect our stock of smart clothing. $6, $8, $10, $12 & $14 Sizes 26 to 35 MacLeod Bros. "THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST" Considerable comment was raised in this city when it was first announced that the management of the Majestic Theatre would bring the latest dramatic effort on the vital topic of Birth Control to this city, in the form of the play "Her Unborn Child." Part of the criticism was for, and part against, the subject in question. The actual trial of the merits of tho question was given at the Majestic last night when the play'"Her Unborn Child" was presented to an audience representative of the whole city and district. That the play made a deep and lasting impression upon the minds and sensibilities of the' audience was easily apparent. First, let it be said, with all due respect to the play, there Is not the least veBtige of anything Vicious or immodest in the story. A prude might be inclined to say it is too blunt, too bold, but those who are ready to appreciate an open, honest discussion of ono of tho most important topics which govern our lives in this hgi, will readily agree-and did agrcs iast night-that just BUch plays are badly needed in the theatre today. "Her Unborn Child" niakes a strong appeal to the deeper appreciation of the wonderful virtue --mother love-to the Banctlty of the marriage vow, to the preservation of the purity of life and to the upholding at any cost of the honor of the young women and girls in this generation. A complete review of the story of the play is naturally withheld, considering the fact that it Is to bo presented again tonight nnd twice on Wednesday, and the telling of the story might spoil the anticipated pleasure of tho3e who Intend seeing the play at the Majestic while the opportunity Is still here. By all means go and boo the play. You will leave the theatre a wlsor and better man or woman-filled with the joy of living. The company who present the play are superb. Space will not permit individual mention, but a word of praise must be given Mrs. Mina Gleaoon, who as "Mtb. Kennedy" Is a real "mother." One could Just love her as a mother, and after seeing the play last night, "mother is a bigger word than ever. The scenic production is very good. All In all, "Her Unborn Child" Is one of the very best attractions ever seen in Lethbridge. > done which will prevent "the dissolution of parliament on Out. 7, and an appeal to the people by tho llorden government." Ho declared that so far as he was concerned there was no truth In the rumor that he had been asked to become a fusion candidate in a Manitoba cofe stituency. When asked if he thougm thcro was going to be a national government the former minister remarked "it looks pretty much like It, doesn't It?" Questioned as to whether he was likely to run in South Winnipeg, Hon. Mr. Rogers had nothing to say.-- r We are now located In our NEW STORE At 407 Fifth Strsst South OPP03ITE ORPHEUM THEATRE And showing a wide assortment of this season's up-to-date styles In - MILLINERY - THE LETHBRIDGE MILLINERY CO. L. A, Scott, Mgr. 1 74 ;