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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WW)Ni:SI)AV. .IlLY 3. 101� ii,r;niBi\iDr.e daily ii!:rald pagi-: elfat.N : : >: ; ; : : : ? ? > HALF A SCORE 0' SAILORMEN : (By C. Fox Smith.) : ; : : : : * ii!vnn days In oi^en boats ii-ilrlttlug lip and down!), Oiii to find anotliar nhlp and Hall from London Town. Half a Mcoro o' HallormiMi broke and or tho rockfc-. ?.iiil ' There is' no muss, no bother, - no- repea  a .Mrs. IJean is a giicsl in tlie city with Mrs. n. 1', Carlyle.   � � Mr. and Mrs. .). Bltt.s anil children ,are visiting with Mrs, J, llilling for the summer holidays. � � � Miss Kditli Washhrooke is 111 In the Gait, hospital, having recently imder- gone a serious operation.  *  Mr. and Mrs. 'A. Morrison of Coleman and family were motor vi-sitors in the city. �  � Miss Fletl of Conlral school lias left' to spend the holidays In Saskatchewan. . ' a  � Mr. and Mrs, Fred Thaell were motor visitors at Glacier Park tor the weekend.  * * Mr. and Mrs. [..en S. Brown and party wore motor visitors at Waterton Lakes on Sunday and Mondar. ' -.   � - Mr. J.-Stenhouso and Mr. M. Kllpat-rlck -vfere motor visitors at Klko, B.t". ou Saturday.. .Mrs. .fane H\i8t'on, (), : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? : : : ? * : ? : : : : : ? : : ? �� .Mrs. Stpven's section of llie Iteho-kaliK will nii^et tonight witii tlie e:c-ecutive committee! at her home. !)71 mil St, South, at eight o'clock. �   Mis. ilosewarn's section of li-.e lleho-kails will meet with the executive committee at tho home of Mrs. .Maxwell, G;i7 .')ih St. tomorrow nigiit.  � � 'I'lie Wesley ladles will meet thO' sysleuialic collectors on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock at. Wesley Laille?' iiarlnr. There will he no husi- nesM meeting. '  *  Tlio t.. O. ri. A. will hold their regular meeting In the .^lo ?-jS's ENGLAND ? > > � > ? : � o ? .\mong the several welcome visitors at the Girls' Auxiliary last night was Mrs. Dean, wiio gave a short ad dress on tlie work that women are Dr. and Mrs. JlcSloy left on the even- i -,-,,e latter lasted' tiw "soveral hours, u lug train for New York, golng^vhi the j ,,p,,vy ^^^^^y r;,i,. ^iUi frequenl i 'showers following. The weather elnco ' has been cool, and partially cloudy. I Tho whole district reports good rain ; with crop prospects much improved and indications of continued moisture. Sheep Raising. .A. visit lo tlio Skeldlng ranch twenty miles southwest of Macleod reveals the sheep raising industry. Tho past two weeks have been busy days for the shearers, and the flock are now-ready tor the warm weather, their winter fleece having been removed. Tlie flock as a whole are in good con-^ dillon, with a larger percentage of , i lamba than any proviou-s year. Each sheep will,: average nearly eight doing in England in coiiiie.^tion wif.i i Pounds or five dollars per head, whlcn the war. She said that the women in considered good interest on the in-England have dropped into tho gaps vestment. in a marvelous wav. parllcnlarlv the hrandmg Reason has VeveaiBd former women of leisure and among ,KO"'' ^T?l' of.calves for 1918. with them are the V.A.D. workers wbo , =1 K''ent6r number of email herds and havo won great prai.se. Th\y ],ave ! I*^"" "'O I'lrge herds of cattle, thus played a very able part and have | Kiving llie.number of cattle even larg- been - '............... -" .......i- i t'r than previous .seasons. Horsemen even the V.A.D,'a got tho soldiers than the iT'lliun^';^ do'an^trt^^^l^n^r - ^" P-=^ r';^si�n;!^.^r.ntanU^^ [;;ir^^;^orivr'ri;:fi^;'srli: 1,0 V.A.D.'. get in ;;loser__to�ch with ^'^^^I'^^^^ll^^^^^ri human way, for they are like _sisters P>-^ - "11^^^ ,' t, for rket promises good \:.Zy'^::..n^^f^o ^"o.X\^^^,^^,^^-^^ With frletids in a financial way. Many of the sold-''^^""^'.f-^^ , ,.....: Mrs. Fuwcett and daughter lefl Fri Ri^htljJcK osen-expertly blend' cd-perfectly roasted-"Seal ^ Brand" comes to you ^itK"�ll; its rich, aromatic fla-Cor sealed in the tin and read^ to dpIigKt ylou v'itli its rare deliciousnes^).. In flnd 2 pottnci'tlni-in tKelmn, ground, or fine-ground for' porcoUtori, Have you tead'-POkfECT COF-FEE- PERFECTLr MADE" > Write /or a copy. 1 j7 CHASE A ^ANSOp, AIONTREAI emarked thaf tliey prefer', I^^acji, w-oeU,end tiUces a .largei-.num-lmperlal V.A.D.i,!""; " ^^a(erton-Lakes, ' I'liiid July, 1st will lind many at this groat nibiiutaln lake resort. Many cot tages have been built by private fain Hies, while soveral havo been built; for iors have to be ,sent lo the hospitals. Mrs. Dean then gave a brief outline of the splendid work done by tho W. A. A. C.'s who are really women sold- dled In France tor the cause, of the Wrens who are the naval girls, and Ihe Penguins who are tl^e girls connected with the flying corps. Women ill England are. on police duty, nro drivers of cabs and vehicles of all sorts, are on elevators, street cars, busses and oven doing carpentry. Regarding rnlloiiK, Mm, Dean re-marked that this was not counted a hardship and that there is no grnmb-ling; the people were glad to do without for tho boys at tho front. As for raids, they are of f^onnnoii occiiv-renco; often there are as many as^ four raids in ono week. In her whole tiilk Mrs. Dean impressed her hearers with the spirit of self-saerlfice among the women of iiugland and their joy at doing their aUuvo In any way possible. Jlrs. Dean has recently returned from ShorncliCfe, lOngland, where at that point and at other places site wae engaged In social work among the Canadian Men's Clubs, and the social life lliero- has been very much appreciated by the men. Mrs,^ Doan has many friends n th(>i city, being better known to l^othbrUlge people UB Miss Maud Warner' pr.lor ^ to, her nihrflago, Mrs; DeAii wii^! coilrttictdd with missionary woi'k wltll'tUe Angll-cuu churches kij^ '' . ANNOUNCEMENT IN LINE WITH OUR. POLICY OF CARRYING ONLY THE VERY BEST LINES, WE HAVE OPENED UP A FINE, CLEAN, NEW STOCK OF ' ' , Uictor ("His Master'* Voice") , Yon will be treated with courtesy and every aaslatance: givea you in making a choice. You'Wlll like our service.  . ^. ' Here are a few of our beat sellers:'..... /� 17743 f The Goose Step ...................Johnson I Wlien We've Wound Up the Watch on the Rhine ... ..................... Johnson and Ohorus 18439 r .lust a Baby's Prayer at Twilight..............Henry Burr ( On the Road to Home Sweet Home .;.;.... (?ercy Hemus' lS4dl 1 Three WomlorfurLetters From Homo ......... Chas. Hart ] Daddy Mine..................;......'..'. .Elizabeth Spencer 18462 f I'm Sorry 1 Made You Cry ...... I One Day in June............... 04773 God Be With Our BoyaLTonigUt 74r)68 'Hebrew 70117 Henry iBurr Campbell and Burr . John McCormack _________ Melody...................Helf^tz The Laddies Who Polight and Won 1....... 'Lituder LET US ENJOY THEM WITH YOU. PLEASE CALL. GERHARD-HEINTZMAN �PIANO STORE ; NEXT DOOR OrtPHEUM THEATRE lore in klmki and some ot whoni h.ive I^ " is. considered the-summer ro- Bort for. Southern Alberta. A largo nniiibeu of our young scholars from this largo district wrote on their examinations the past week under the Huperlntendency of Inspector Tarrle. � The female prison 'at .Miicleod is a thing of the past, as on Wednesday morning last these were all reinoved to their new home at Fort .Saskatche-wan. All tbe turnlshings have been shipped, including - the plumbing' fittings. . , '. � � , .Macleod heljl Ihelr^court of revision during the'past' week. The sale ot lots for ia.\e8 liaa.hBen iiostponod to July, 1918, . . . Airs. X P.'r.i''a(ly tind f�mily will spend the'siinVnWK'at'her fionie'ji't the old city-'ofHallfaV. ... ; Domitilon. .Day uasBod (tiiietiy ; in Maclootl.' Many drove lo thortVat^rton Lakes,'il' few tOok In the Calgi.ry faliv The I),F,A,'.hold.-ft joint picnic, wjth Grnnum aiid, Uocky Coulee'^m tUe Polo Grounds, liprth of the river. V tilpeciAL BADGE Paris,, J,iJiyr3j-T^G.IylUaiVs,witbo\it';.d tlnetion 6t.s^Vi.'wltb haive boon wbtiiid-Qd or muWiatetf-duriuK.'tlio ,\vttr; will receive^ a.'aiieoi!il'''bndeV'w'>lch\'.;Ua8 been autV,^iznd.Jiy-~urQaiUtuitJ�i;4dA4' An Opportunity to Economize WKy pay $30.06 or $40.00 for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new by sending it to us and having it Dry Cleaned and Pressed. Don't miss this opportunity. DRY CUANING DEPARTMENT ;