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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tETHBRIDGB DAILY TIKIULD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI ft Once was in the Cluinnel once HALF A SCORE 0 SAILORMEN By Fox ThVfollowinR poem wns written liy JVffsM Fox slater of of this arid splendid ly depicts the spirit of the sailors to It was published first In uneh and ater copiod by Literary Di Half a score o Sallormen that want to sailonce Cruising round the waterside Pe at JliilC a the sealt never clrpWfi Seven days In oiten boats adrlttlng up and down Out to find another ship and sail from London Utlf ii score o sttllornxm broke and or the inking down Commercial tramping round the Half a score o1 torpedoed thrice before The Last was in the open sea a hundred miloa froni Half a scorn o1 sallormen lhal want to snil And her cargos ull aboard and Its blowing up for rain Half a score o sallormen that wont come home to Kor shes dropping down the river with the Duster flying Down the London River on road to the open sea o PERSONAL Bruce and Brandow have for and Hoy were mo tor visitors at Coutta for the Mlsa Nellie Squires Is spending the month in i Scout Rnrl Grosser the first hoy scout in Lothbrldgn to earn the War Service Badge which was granted Her Oiie Deformity An Unnecessary i 5 t i I se remember people have found a easy way to completely end this It is the Bluejay When a torn they ap a and do it in a Jiff Then they forget for the corn never pains In 4t hours they remove the and the corn is Only a rate corn needs a second There is no no no ar There are none of the faults of the harsh and It doesnt take onetenth the time it takes to pare a And paring cannot end For your own a test of Sec what it does with one corn It is doing just that with millions of in a scientific Please find out now what folly it is to have Blue ay Corn Plasters Stop Pain End Coras Completely Large Package 25c at Package DUeonlinuad BAUER t Mikin o Swrlol New Toroito 963 iHuium THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Delightful Dance Music Victor Dance Records offer everything thats latest and best in dance Come in and well play your favorites for Most likely we have the very selection you have been wishing to A somo Victor Records and you can dance wherever you and as long ami often as you You can get a Vlctrola for to and on the easiest of terms we mako terms to suit Following Victor Records are grout for dance pur poses 18404 Oiling Chang Ono I Wait Till theCows Come 1S407 J Some Sunday Mornhjg Fox My Sweetie Ono 18280 Winner Medjcy Pox Dandy Medley j Missouri j Kiss Me 35654 Wonderful Oood China Dreams One Lovo o Fox j Have u Heart One MASON a mscw LI BALMORAL LETHBRIDGE y King Ocorgo tor eightyfour hours war service and Hoy re spending a tew weeks at Dean IB a gnnst in the city wltli Austin Hkolth has returned from attending college in the Coffey is leaving today with her children to spend six weeks In Master Mlsn Rlsle and Ahrens have left for to spend tho md Bttts and children visiting with Hilling for thfi summur HHS Edith WashbrookR is 111 in the Gait having recently under gone a serious and Morrison of Cole man and family were motor visitors in the Kletl of Central school has left to spend the holidays in Saskat and Fred Thaell were mptor visitors at Glacier Park for the week and Len Brown and party were motor visitors at Waterton Lakes on Sunday and Ml Were motor visitors at on and Henderson were Visitors for the weekend at Bow Is George Macleod family accompanied by Miss MA of are end at the Palllser Perley has received from tho Belgian Minister the la Heine recently awarded Jier by KlngOtr tue t th4 school ataftfleft yesterday iffternobti for Ed where she will be engaged in marking examination T l V Stickley and ac companied by Miss Straker and Miss Shirley left to spend a month at Elko Parker aud little daugh have returned to the city after spending several months in Van j Miss Dona Murray returned Monday j night from whera she has been taking a course in McDonald In Welch left on July for Montreal where he will attend the General Board meeting of the of Madden of Lethbridge ar rived In the city to visit her Goodwin of Tho Daily Hessey and children are leaving tonight to spend the sum mer at They will he joined by of Ilesseys Hooker of 7th street received word this morning thai his Hooker Is In the 39th But been In Franco two ahn ojifelMilf ynaiK and has done Jano ttiinouilres life of her only Alfred ClHyton Al youngeot son of and The Grant has rHurnnd from an auto tour to Hiinkliend and and is now staying at hnr 217 mil while her and Gabrleal Ftolm have gone north mine prospect i Dorothea and Avis who have been dUttendlng Mnrgar ctH school in have returned home to spend the summer with their and Thwy were accompanied home by Miss Kdllli Bale of who will he their guest for the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Rtovens section of the Kihn kuhs will moot tonight with the nculive committen at her 971 lllh at eight section of HIP Rehe kuhs will meet with the executive committee at the home of Max G37 5th tomorrow Wesley ladies will the systematic collectors on Thursday af ternoon at three oclock at Wesley Ladles There will ho no busi ness The will hold their reg ular meeting In the Hall on Thursday at Tho Red Cross acknowledge with thanks 4 pairs of socks from the Sir Alexander Gait There will be a meeting of tho Girls Auxiliary tomorrow niRht in the Club There is a deal of sew ing to he done in connect inn with the parasols and as many as possible are asked to attend in order that iliey may be sent off It is hoped that there will be a large number pre The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will he held in the next Monday afternoon at four The members are kindly requested have their collect ing done before that date and it is hoped that every member will be pre sent as there will be no meeting in WEDDINGS not tfte fancy niahptoced depending on tfatafatvaluM of qood tfatweteaoodit ahd Acwe a6vut4 oup r m if one of Aofad com fame wul y WUMJ Estabrooks LIMITED LiMflM Red Rose Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea Turning Failure Into Success ECAU5E ahun a red failed to make machines that vpud fly hptlung to do vmh hup dreds of aeropla nes rKftt sliyoyer Belgium uui Because cant make a delicious cup of coffee the brand jou are uting lias to with your success With SEAL BRAND COFFEE Rightly expertly blend perfectly roasted Seal Brand comes to you 5ith its aromatic flavor sealed in the tin and read to delight ou with its rare In 2 ponnJ in iKe or for Haat joq FEEPERFE Wtttefti a CHASE COF HADE 197 MONTRE41 was the of a quiet wedding Wednesday June wlien 9 the Drayton Methodist church performed the ceremony which united in mar riage Edith only daughter and to Miller son of and Frank McSloy of and McSloy left on the even ing train for New going via the Hudson River from Tho hap1 py couple are spending their honey moon at Ashbury McSloy has many 1frlends in being at one time a teach er on the Westminster School MIR WOMENS WORK IN ENGLAND o Among the several welcome visit ors at the Girls Auxiliary last night was who save a short ad1 dress on the work that women are i doing in England in connection wltli i the She said that the women In England have dropped into the gaps in a marvelous particularly the former women of leisure and among j them are the workers who i have won great have i played a very able part and have been willing to do any sort of even the most In many cases i the get in closer touch with i the soldiers than the in a j human for they are like sisters to the men and being usually of i wealthy families are also able to help in a financial Many of the sold iers have remarked that they prefer lo be sent to lln Imperial I Dean then gave a brief outline of the splendid work done by the who are really woman sold lorn in khaki and some of whom have I died in France for the of tlui Wrens who aro tho naval and the Penguins who are girls con nected with the flying Women in England are on police are drivers of cabs and vehicles of all aro on street busses and even doing Regarding Dean re marked that this was not counted a hardship and that there is no grumb ling the people were glad to do with out for the boys at tho As for they are of occur rence often there are as many as four raids in one In her whole talk Dean impressed her hear ers with the spirit of selfsacrifice among the women of ICnglaml and their joy at doing their share in any way Dean has recently returned from where at that point and at other places she wae engaged in social work among the Canadian and the social life there has been very much appreciated by the has many friends in the1 being better known to people as Miss Maud Warner prior to her Dean was connected with missionary woik whh the Angll cuu churches From Our Own Correspondent July week ending with the mouth of June was a good week for the Slrowers on Sunday were1 light wild butjust in time to prepare for the heavier rain of Thursday night and The latter lasted fos several a j heavy and steady with frequent showers The weather eince has been and partially I Tho whole district reports good rain with crop prospects much improved and indications of continued Sheep A visit o the SkRlding ranch twenty miles southwest of Macleod reveals the sheep raising The past two weeks have been busy days for the and the flock are now ready for the warm their winter fleece having been The flock as a whole aro in good con a larger percentage of lambs than any previous Each sheep average nearly eight or five dollars per whicli is considered good interest on the In Tlie has revealed a good 6r with a greater email herds awl less of InrsB herds of thus giving Uienumber of cattle even larg er than previous Horsemen report a good increase in for this seixoOiV While the horse market is the future promises good prices and demand Fuwcutt and daughter left Fri day to spend the summer with friends in British Kadi woek end tajes a ber of people to the July 1st will find many at this great mountain lake Many cot tagus linve been by private fain while sovoral have boon built for It ia considered thesummer re sort for Southern A largo of our young schol ars from this large wrote on their examinations the past week un der thq sunermtemlency of Inspector The female prison at Macleod is a tiling of the as on Wednesday morning last these were all removed to their new home at Fort All the uniUulngs have been including thu plumbing fit Macleod held theircourt of revision during the past Tho sale of lots for taxes been postponed to and family will spend her the old city of Hashed quietly in Many drove to theftVat6rton few took In The hold a joint Urauum aud Rocky Couleeon tile Polo north of the I I I SPECIAL BADGE without dis tinction of have been woUiul ed or muUluted duriuif the will receive a special been July well the non combatants of Great Britain re sponding to the national appeal for greater production of artd is in1 an cable received by the director of pub lic information The cable reads Men from the manufac mining and agricultural dis tricts are all fighting in the various theatres of Thoseleft at home by the national service UK gether with the women and are working night and day to produce munitions and supplies for the allied In the agricultural home produce has beenincreased nearly 300 per thus releasing shipping and imported for our ANNOUNCEMENT IN LINE WITH POLICY OF CARRYING ONLY THE VERY BEST WE HAVE OPENED UP A NEW STOCK OF i Uictor Records You will be treated with courtesy and every girea you in making a like our Here are a few of our beet sellers 17743 f The Goose Step When Weve WpundrUp the Rhine Johnson and Chorus 18439 f Just a Babys Burr On the Road to Home Sweet Home percy 18461 f Three Wonderful Letters From Home Hart Daddy Mine Elizabeth Spencer 18462 i Im Sorry I Made You Cry Burr One Day in and Burr B4773 God Be With Our John McCormack 7456S Melody JJeiletz 70117 The Laddies Who Fought and Won Lauder LET US ENJOY THEM WITH PLEASE GERHARDHEINTZMAN PIANO STORE NEXT DOOR ORPHEOM THEATRB An Opportunity to Economize Why pay or 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 T Dont miss this dr DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LIMITED 43 PHONE 451 10X ;