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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Attaint 1 MILADI yesterday afternoon from Calgary for a short THE LEfHBniDGtt DAILY There U joy to bfcfxjund it wo core to look we mix wM the worlds busy throng Uf were willing each day to go out of our way Jimt to help bite ahotlier In this turmoil and this work aday Where the give way to the strong We can leani stlnh scenes what real Just by helpinjrreacivother Week In and week outas we journey Let this be our burden of song ID make gladness complete and lite passing For those who need helping LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or freckled Squeeze tho juice of two lemons into I n hottlo containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint ot the best sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces Orchard White for a few Massage this sweetly fra Brant lotion into tho arms and hands each day and see how windburn and tan disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It is John Dixon of Maple Creek Is the Riiest of her and Herbert Miss Ethel Waterman have returned from a trip to the and family are vis iting in Calgary for a few Lomas left on Tuesday to spend his vacation Tails ranch near Spring Miss Kirk relumed this morn ing from visiting at and Arthur Barnsley ac companied by Miss Lafferty and were motor visitors at Glacier Park Charles Baker left yesterday to return to who has been the guestof Miss Harrison for the past left last night to visit in and Gilmore and baby were visitors in Calgary at the be ginning of the and and who have been holidaying at have returned and Menzie and little also Menzies havfe returned home aftea spending two months vis iting in and Ingram aad Miss Lucy and Master Sidney Ingram have returned to the city after a nine weeks trip to the Tfhey travel led by nwtor to Seattle and other coastalpoints mak ing a trip of 350D V V v Master Hume Lethbrtdgfe arrived A number of tho girls ot Miss Verna Hedenstroma Sunday school class of the United Church spent a very enjoy able evening at her homo on 7th north Outside games took up the greater ot the af ter which refreshments were served on the concluding with songs land recitations given by the This class Is making progress and bids fair to lead in the Sunday school CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 4 4 The Willard will meet tonight at the home of 4th for election of lutes Is corn for the simple reason that it happens to grow plentifully on the North Amerl cart contlneiW ahtMoes not have to ho lioftift acrosl altt ifcean to reach Can la estimated that Mexicos produc tion of corn Is worth more in normal Imea than her production of and this Is saying a good In 1909 the grist of the United States produced bushels of corn meal and cornflour ami 000 pounds Of hpmlny and while the factories canned cans of In the VnitiMi States pro duces twothirds of the supply of Canadian are turning more corn every day to meet the increased domand for substitutes ami at present between hnshels a day are being handled throiiRiiout the PAGE NINfc Londoh Papers Voice General Regret Over His Depntlurc From England SOLDIERS Following are suggestions for artic les to be included in parcels to sol diersoverseas talcum canned maOle peanut tooth shaving tooth foot LADY CENSORS An addition of two new members to tho board of moving picture censor ship at has just been made and the persons named as appointees are Stark and At the present time the board consists of two members How ard Douglas and Hereafter the hoard will be able to examine about twice as many pic tures as since it will sit In two Special attention will be paid to films that arc considered suit able for children and tho endornation of films that are chosen for this pur pose will commence ff ff FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Foremost among our wheat substi THESE VESSELS Allies Refuse to Rccngnixe Ncu Iral Ships With Enemy Safe Conduct Agon By a decree issued toluy neuMil ves sels operating under safe conducts is sued by an enemy country will not be recognized by the and both vessel and Us cargo ire liable to The stipulated neutral vessel which place der enemy control by re enemy safe conduct which ognized by tlioallies and i tion to the exercise of iheir belliger ent will be unless proof of the contrary is that it is navigating in enemy interests find therefore he subjecf to together wil mer chandise or enemy prnpTy constitut ing the any s itself mi an is rce in Mogrel nvr tin deparlurn of Waller tlines Am erican from suchii find literary life of is ex pressed In todays which speak of him as one of the suc cessful diplomats ever at the ronri They point out Pages tact when the Inlted was neu tral and fittestions relative to Hiil ish blockade wore England will much regvet the de parture of and says the has al ways shown her kindly concern for hospital and works of charity and England will assuredly preserve a warm and aoffctipnate recollection for one of the successful American Referring to the service of Pago after the United States entered tlie the Chronicle says He had two quite parts to play and played both jxtromolv Ills speeches always had a note of high distinction and least hat delivered at to take prominent high rani among the speeches made in Kngland during the Pago was a worthy ot Bayard and ays he His of wan u oile and he served his country and ours admirably are asked to Hereafter it is ne cessary Hint all children nltond school till they are years of nml JDK applies whether the pupil hns passed Orndo VIII examination or Kur merly was necessary to attend school only till the age of It ami pupils who had passed the irnde VIII examination were exempt from further Another change requires children ser vices are required at homo must oh tain a certificate exempting them from school and this cer tificate can bo granted only for six weeks of any school Pa mils who desire their children o In work at thus preventing their attendance school should apply Lamb who will InvpHtigale the ease and apply for the npcessary cer LOCAL LADY GEIS WHAT WOMEN To the What will women wiint next tho National Union of Womens Societies Hi Lon lias given a reply in n manifesto of Among the concessions asked for are Uomen members of Women envoys nt the international reconstruction congress after the liiltinh nalimwHty to bo retained on Hiirklay is richer t odd y than In proxy for lier husbnnd who is nt Hie with i local liattor she filed mi n ciincelleii which is tin iriRiiiHl site of SprliiH abinit In of Ilin railway runs through ii is three minutes walk from the iind is valued an iicrc nr The land is fenced and partly is solid land and Barklay hopes to have sniiK i fit in crop marriage with Women magistrates and Women and Higher posts for women in govern ment Women teachers paid same money as State maintenance for widowed mothers with dependent Equal guardianship rights tor fathers and Equal moral 15 YEARS Children Must Attend School Until That Open Tuesday Lethbridge public and separ ate schools reopen on Tuesday and the leaching which have undergone 501110 rearrangements is ready for tho new Some changes in the school act were pointed out to the Heraldthis morning by Trustee Wallace and Tru ant Officer which ail parents The something you get for noth ing Is probably worth but the poor tea you buy cheap is a Drink BUB RIBBON Ik and get value A BIG yALUE GIVING SALE COME AND SAVE BY SPENDING Friday and Saturday will be Dollar Days at Rylands ef j ef CORSETS This is a line that will go in a all sizes in the lot but a fairly good Well made from good Regular values up to Dollar Day TEA TOWELS Linen finished tea All ready Made from good weight of Plain centre with fed Dollar 5 for MUCK TOWELLING 20 Inch bleached huck towelling in splendid wearing quality and soft linen Free from dressing and real good value at Dollar 4 yards for TOWELS 50 pairs of heavy white Turk ish towels In a big Soft absorbent quality and good value at Dollar pair MENS SOCKS Mens black cotton Just the line or present A little better weight than the lisle Sicei 10 and Dollar 4 pairs for PILLOW COTTON yardfi of unbeatable quality 40 Inch plljovv could not buy this Hue today at anything Free from Dollar yards for MANY of these lines were bought ago and even as far back as a year ago so that you will realize the values we offer on Friday and Our Dollar Days are unbeatable and in many cases at Hie wholesale prices of You are sharing in the greatest value and profit sharing event of the We would advise you to your future needs as hiany of these lines will sell rapidly and we cannot duplicate them at todays A Dollar Goes Further at Rylands LADIESCOMBINATIONS Ladies knitted cotton Made In loose knee style with or without Neatly finished and good clastic Regular Dollar PILLOWCASES 100 pair of cotton pillow Made in plain hemmed suitable for boarding houses or ordinary Buy them now while they are Dollar 2 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS A big special in ladies or childrens white lawn handker Plain hemstitched style or checked Buy them by the Dollar 12 for CRASH TOWELLING 10 pieces of crash towelling jn TJio ast of a big Good and excellent wearing Worth 30c Dollar 5 yards UNDERSKIRTS Black sateen undershirts In good well finished quality and made In good full well fitting style with deep Regular to Dollar CHILDRENS DRESSES An odd lot ot Childrens gingham dresses in assorted colovs and Not a complete range but the balance ot a big seasons Values up to Dollar NIGHTDRESSES LadtetT white cotton night made in neat style from good quality of cotton and neatly trimmed with fino embroidery Values easily worth Dollar BOYSHOSE Hoys heavy ribbed cotton hose that will give good Hard Good solid black and full range of sizes from to Vulues that we cannot duplicate 3 pair PYLANDS JL m THE BUSY STORE WHITE FLANNELETTE yards fine We bought thli before the big advanceantt will share the Iwrgaia wltt you as long as it Dollar yards for LADIES MIDDY WAISTS 25 only ladies white middy waists In almost all The varietyin limited there IB a good selection In all white or wlilte with fancy Values up to Dollar v MENS COTTON UNDERSHIRTS The last of thoso fine cotton Made with long well finished and values that sell in the regular way at 75c Size 40 Dollar 2 for LADIESCASHMERE HOSE 25 dozen In the lot and all sizes Full fashioned cash inero What are called manufacturers but they are worth 75c to 85c iajr in the regular Dollar 2 pairs j COTTON SPECIAL liOO yards of good quality bnlf Mwhed When you consider the price of cottonJoday and what It will be for spring youll buy for your future Dollar 6 yards for INFANTS COTTON VESTS Au odd lot of ehtldreus knitted cotton Made with half Suitable fqr children from 6 months to 1 Dollar 8 The Biggest Values Ever Offered ;