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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIUJUSDAY, AlC.rST 2Si; 1018 THE LETHBHIDGI-: DAILY IJEHALb PA(IE NINE tutca Is forn in its vuriiHis forma, for Uic simple rnnson that it hiippons to grow plmitlfully on tli" W/r'li Atnorl-ci'.n (�ciUlnnnt iind.dncf not Inivi- lo hi: l)ornn acron* ml Ocruji lo iimiIi Caii- TRIBOTES PAID TO AlASS'R PAGE ? : : : : ? : > : : ? . , ' Junt to help ouQ another alonfe. Jn this turmoil and atrlfo o? this workaday life, ^ Where tlie weak must glvu way lo ; the slroni;;" ' " Wc can learn 'inld. such scenes what roul happiniias means, Just by helping' 6ac]\ other alouR. Week In and weiak out as we journey about,- this be our burden of Rong: To make gladnesH eompleto and life paaslnE sweet; I'^or those who need liolplnK along. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled ' � � � PEnSONAL � � * 'Slvn. John Dixon of Maple Creek Ik (lie guest or Iter duughtor, .Mr.4. .S. J. Shephor(t.   � Mr. nud .Mrs. R. 15. Herbert (nen MIsH Mthel VVatermiin) have returned from a trip to the euust.  *.  Mrs. .1. Doufrau and family are visiting in Calgary for a few days. �   ."Vfr. T. IjOnin.m left on Tiie.sday to spend his vaeatlon at C. U. Tail's ranch near Spring Couloo", MlfH K. Kirk returned tlil.s morning from visiting lit Elko, H. C.  (� * Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnsley ar-corapaiilod by Miss Lafl'erty and Mr. 11. lliam. were motor visitors at Olacler I'ark yesterday.  � � nov. Charles Baker left yesterday to return lu I'cnticton, B. C.   * �Mrs, Harrison, who lias been the gucstof MLsB Ci. Harrison for the ))ast month, left last night lo visit in Lacombo * �  Mr. aiul Mrs. J. Gilmore and baby wore visitors in Culgary at the beginning of the week. ' � � * Mr. and IMrs. K. M. Carson and family, who have been holidaying at Banff, have returned home. yesterday afternoon a short visit. from Calgary for o - of II and impils who had p.ansi'd die (Iradc Vlll exaiuinatlon witc cxempl from " |fiir(lier adeadancc. .Xnotln-r cliaiiirc Panel's Voice (Jencral I''""^ ciiiiiiicn ol should apply 1p| .\li. i.ainb who will liivc.sti^;nle liici LOCAL LADY GETS VAL W LAi London Ucgrct Over His Departii re From KnRliind t till- -. Am-soriiil .Mrs. .lolin U.irklay ii SduiJa richer today lliaii ycsirrday In proxy for licr iuisliaiid .lidni i'.,irklay who Is at llie front Willi a !or-al hiitter" she nii'd on a 1 aiirr-ll'd lion. (Mb :l, wliiiii is llii' iir;i."iiiai sili- cm' i ie �.villi li ^between 10,000 and ^.=.,""'1 Im.slicl.s a ( speak of hlin as one of the ii i t * j day are being handled tinmihliont ilu * I Dominion. MIC A number of the girls ot Mlsr, Verna Heilenst.rom's Sunday .s'ehool cbiKs of the linlted Church speiit a very enjoyable evening at her homo on 7tll Ave. north ret-enlly. Outside games took up the greater part of the evening, after which refreshments were served on the lawn, concluding with songs and recitations given by the children. This class Is making gecat. and bids fair to lead In the school work. ? ? SOLDIERS' PARCELS, progrp.s;^ , raisins, Sunday ca.-' ccr- � ? CHURCHES : ? : ? : ?  AND SOCIETIES ? : > \ Following are suggeshom f,,r articles lo bo included in |i;iir,-is to soldiers overseas: Clioco!;,!.', tidiai-co. cigarettes, talcum p'n'.dci-. lofree. gum. candies, oxo, Xmas pi'niding. dates, lialidkiMi liiif..^. cal.c. so(d!ii, cotfee. tea. milk.  iiuar. butter. I railiied nicats, maple -u;mi. olives.' peanut butter, ligs. toil''- -n.-ip. tooth paste, crmib, towel, niirin:. i-arils, jiad. Iieiiclls, biscuits, pipe, ^;il�lving stick, tooth brush, fool powder. The Willard W. C. T. V. will meet loiilght at the home of .Mrs. II. Ingram. �1th Ave. north, tor election of odlcers. 7f : > ��� Mr. and Mrs. Willluni Ingram and Miss Lucy and Master Sidney Ingram have returned to the city after a nine weeks trip to the coast, "fliey'travelled by nwtor to Vancouver,'Portland, Seattle and other coastal points, niak-ing a trip of 3501) miles. �, An addition of i\io wvr members to tho hoard of moving picture censor-.diip at i'7dmontoii. has Just been made and the persons nunu.'d as aiipointees arc Mrs. W. ,1. Stark and Mrs. .1. J. Fiiirbeck. At the present lime tho board consists of two memliers Howard Douglas and Mr. Buchanan. Horeaflor the board will be able to examine about twice as many pic-lures as formerly, ainc^o it will sit in two section.';. Special attention will be paid to films that are considered suitable tor children and the endorsatlon ot films that are chosen for this iiur-pose will commence immediately. OONT RECOGil HESEWSSELS Allies Refuse to RccdKnlzc Neu tral Siiips With ]''neniy Safe Conduct ssfiil (lii)loinata over at the .-omi of .SI. .lames. Tlicy |ioiiit rvr .-i warm and aeffclionali! recolleilion foi' one of the most.'siicccs..;fiil Amcri'-an ambassadors." Itefcniiig to (lie service of ^U\ I'ago after the, linilcd Slates (.iilericl tile war, the Clironicle say.s: "Me had two ouile dllllciilt parts to pl.iy and played both extremclv well. Ills siieeches always had a note of high distinction and at least onc-that delivered at I'lynioiilli--Icscrves to lake iiromiiieni high rani: anunig I lie historic .speeches iiiade in I'Inirland dining the war." "Mr. l^'age was a worliiy r^u.-ccssor ot l.owell. Bayard and Cbo it", ' :ays th!' K\-|/ress. "Mis ten.i of ollic.i was a hard one and iie .served bii country and ours admirably well." iii\. 'I'l proiicriy, from tin .^"11 an ill. '�:i:il of ;ui In mil,- railway runs :'.iinngh t. \ . if is tJiri'c miiiiite.s' w.-ilk >� staiioii. and is valued at acre or niurc. 'I'lic land is WHAT WOMEN WANT. To want the (incstioii. "What will women next'.'" (ho .Natloiia! I'liloli of Women's Suffrage Societies in London, Knglaiid, has given a reply in a manifesto of i'cconslrurl ion. Among the concessions asked for are; 'A'oaien memiicrs of Parliament, Women envoys al (lie international reconstruction congress after the war. I!ritish nationality to be retained on fciici-ii and |i;jrll\- lirulci'ii. It. is good '.land and Mrs. llarklay lioncs lo have bome o fit in cro]i iic^l. year, marriage with aliens. Women magislrates and jurynicn. Women soliciloi's and liarrisicrs. Higher posts lor women in government ollices. W.mien teachers iiaid same money as men. Stale main(enaiice for widowed motlieis with deiieiident children. Ktinal giiai'diansliip rights for fotluM-s and moUicrs. E(|iial moral standaril. ? ? ? ? f,' FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Master Hujiie Lethbrldgfe arrived ' ForemoBt among our wheat suhsll- I'aris, Aug. 2'.l.-(Hav;,.; A^-n  ^-- By a decree issued tod-iy iiAu:ril vessels operating under saf" .na l',ic;s i.s-sued by an enemy coimiiy will not be recognized by the allies, and both vessel and Its cargo .i:c liaiile to seizure. The decree stipulut. d an.v neutral vessel which pkc c^ its.-lf under eneni.v control by icr.ivi.i:; an enemy safe conduct wliirli is not recognized by tiio'allies and is in to tho exercise of ilndr l)i'llig,?r-eiit rights, will be con--idi'n'd. unless proof of the contrary is fmni.'hcd, that it is navigating in enemy i'ltcrcs'.s and therefore he subject to i(u.'in'e a;id conllscalion, together wi' f tin- merchandise or enemy iir'Mii'y coiioUtut-ing tho cargo. SCHOOL AGE Li IS NOW 13 YEARS Children Must Attend School Until That Age-Schools Open Tuesday I.ethbridge high, public and separate schools re-open on Tuesday next, and the teaching staffs, wliich have undergone sjomo rearrangeineuts is complete, ready for tho new term. Some changes in the school act were pointed out lo the Herald- this morning by 'Ihaislee Wallace and Tni-ani Officer l^amb, which all parents The something you get for noth* ing is probably worth It. but the poo? tea you buy cheap is a loss. ^ Drink BLU& RIBBON and get value A BIG yALUE-GIVING SALE COME AND SAVE BY SPENDING e Dollar Days at Rylands CORSETS This is a Hue that will go In a hurry. Not.all sizes In the lot but a fairly good range. Well made from good material, riegular values up to ?1,'76. � Dollar Day $1.00 TEA TOWELS Linen finished lea towels. All ready ;|for use. Made from good weight ot towelling. Plain centre with rod border. Dollar Day, 5 for.............. $1.00 HUCK TOWELLING � 20'Inch bleached huck towelling in splendid wearing (liuallty and soft linen finish. Kreo from drossslng and real good value at 30c, 3uc.  . Dollar Day, 4 yards for $1.00 TOWELS 50 pairs of heavy white Tnrlt ish towels in a big size. Soft abBorbent quality and e^tra good value ut $1.25 pair. Dollar Day, pair............... $1,00 MEN'S SOCKS Alen's blaclf cotton socks. .Tust tho Una ^or present wear-. A little bettor weight than tho UbIo finish. Slsea 10^ and 11. Dollar Day, 4 pairs for ...--------$1.00 PILLOW conoN �100 yards of unhoatablo quol|ty 40 Inch pillow cotton. \Yo could not buy this Hue today "at nriythlug like. the. IH'lcB, Free from dressing, DoUar Day, 2V2 ____    M ANY of these lines were bought ^months ago and even as far back as a year ago so that you will realize the value's we offer on Friday and Saturday. Our Dollar Days are unbeatable and in many cases at the wholesale prices of today. You are sharing in the greatest value and profit sharing event of the year. We would advise you to anticipate your future needs as many of these lines will seU rapidly and we cannot duplicate them at today's prices. A Dollar Goes Further at Rylands LADIES'COMBINATIONS Ladies' knitted cotton comblnntionH, Made in loose knee style with or without sleeve. Neatly finished and guud oloHtlc weave. Regular $1.25. Dollar Day, suit................$1.00 PILLOW CASES 100 pair of white, cotton pillow cases. Made in plain hemmed style, suitable for boarding houses ov ordinary use. Buy them now while they are cheap. Dollar Day, 2 for $1.00 LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS A big special in ladies' or children's white lawn handlter-chiefs. Plain hemstitched style or checked design. Buy them by the dozen. Dollar Day, 12 for ........ CRASH TOWELLING 10 pieces of crash towelling in oxcellejit nunlily. Tho ast ot a big purchase. Good weight-and excellent wearing juality. Worth 2Kc, 30c yard. Dollar Day, 5 yards for .. $1.00 UNDERSKIRTS niaek,sateen undershirts In good well finished quality and ninile In good full well fitting style with deep flounce. Hegular $1.25 to $1.50 value. Dollar Day, each...............$1.00 CHILDREN'S DRESSES An odd lot ot Children's gingham dresses In assorted colovs and sizes. Not a complete range but the balance o� a big season's sellinc Values up to $1.50. Dollar Day ...............>. . .. $1.00 NIGHT DRESSES I Ladles' white cotton night dresses, made in neat style from good tiuality ot cotton and neatly trimmed with fine embroidery edging. Values easily .worth $1.20. Dollar Day, each...............$1.00 BOYS'HOSE noy's heavy ribbed cotton hose that will give good hard wear. Good solid black and full range of sizes from >Vi to 9, Values that we cannot duplicuto today, DoUaiiDay, 3 pair for...........$1.00 RYLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE WHITE FLANNELETTE 1,000 yards of flue, white flannelette. We bought this before the big advance anil will share the bargain with you as long as it lasts. " " . " ' , Dollar Day, 5 yards for ......... $1.00 LADIES'MIDDY WAISTS 2rj only ladles' while middy waists lu almost all sizes. The variety; Is limited In:some styles, but there is a good scloctlou in all white or while with fancy collars. Values up to $1.50. - DoUarDay .......... $1.00' MEN'S COTTON UNDERSHIRTS The last of those tine cotton undershirts. Made wllh long sleeves, well finished and values that sell in the regular way at 75c each. Size 40 only. Dollar Day, 2 for .. ............$1.00 LADIES'CASHMERE HOSE 25 dozen in tho lot and all sizes.- Full fashioned cash-mere hose. What are called manufacturer's seconds, but lliey are worth 75c to S5c iia|r In' the regular way. Dollar Day, 2 pairs for........... $1.00 COTTON SPECIAL 000 yards of good quality h�lf Weaehed cotton. When yon consider the price of cotton" today and what it will be for spring you'll buy tor your future needs. Dollar Day, 6 yards for ......... $1.00 INFANT'S COTTON VESTS An odd lot of chlldreu's UnlUod cotton vests. Made with half sleeve. Suitable tor children from B months to 1 year. Dollar Day, 8 for ......... .....$1.00 r4 t;i. [II The Biggest $ Values Ever Offered nil ;