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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI LtiliiBltlUUK DAILY NINE The United States once wore cele brates another July but per haps In a new Never before has Independence Day so many sons and daughters away from her own and with the spirit of celebration must be a remembrance of those absent The following poem by Qulncy Germalne of The Vi gilantes recalls the rush to arms that Is taking place A sound like the gathering A roar In the silent A a a Then out In the ft it a or portent That called us from sleep When it blew Co my and listen To a troop train going Thisis no royal This Is no empty Laden and ready for action Theyre pounding from coast to The lines are clear for their Were routeing them over to O Kaiser Our troop all go An eager young face at each Watching the land slide Tho land of their birth and The faith for which theyll Strong and stern those But ardent and true were motor visitors In Barnsley has gone to Banff to join Barnsley and Miss Jessie Blckell left this after noon for Sylvan Lake where she will spend a month camping with Haggerty of Lethbridge Is the guest of and Demmlng during the exhibition at Cal Robinson and son Jim left last night to spend the summer In and Walters and son are visitors In Watson of the Standard Bank staff has been transferred to Edmon ton and has left to take up his new du ties Lewis Is a guest at the McDonald at the city for the the guesU r who has been spending the winter In California now visiting In of and daughter left this afternoon for Winnipeg and Asplln and daughter Mar garet left this afternoon to visit in Moose Jaw and Tom Shepperd of the Mer chants liank staff of was in the city over the Calgary SOCIAL EVENTS have to go Oter Their work hfls conHlrtbWIftMfel of sorting and soiling clippings nt the nod Cross delivering lied helping Soldiers wives by digging their gardens and doing mes senger service on registration diiy in directly for the Chief Scout of tho Duke Of His Majesty King George has granted a special war service badge for boy scouts Who put In olghtyfour hours war service con sider what that means to We are very proud to state that the first Boy Scout in Letlibridge to go over the top In this war service for his country Is Karl r30 12th leader of the Fox Patrol of Wesley Tfjls Is quite an not only to Wesley church by having n Scout j troop associated with ii which has such patriotic energetic boys us its but also to the city cf Lelh Quite a number of the remainder of the troop are climbing to the top and we are looking forward eagerly to the time when they too shall go If we get five boys with this war service we will he entitled to a War Service Troop Record for the On behalfof the the scoutmas ter wishes to publicly thank the lad ies who have spent their time with the boys and especially who has Worked very faithfully with the and Saunders and Misses and Corrlne Roy left this morning for Winnipeg by Miss Glayzer and Miss Brodie were weekend visitors at and Biggs and family The Baptist Sunday school held a most enjoyable picnic yesterday after noon at the river and in spite of unfavorable weather conditions was a decided The children turn ed out In large numbers and had a splendid Baseball games and races were thoroughly enjoyed by en thusiastic as well as the delightful picnic supper which follow WEDDINGS CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Many cost mote than are worth lair BLUERIBBQN TEA is worth more than it n On Saturday June at the home of the officiating 530 Tenth ftveriue Isabel of was united in marriage to William Steele of GENERAL The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will b9 held in the next Monday afternoon at four The members are kindly requested to have their collect ing done before thatdate and it is hoped that every member will be pre sent as there will be no meeting in There will be a meeting of the Girls Auxiliary tonight in the Club There Is a great deal of sewing to be done in connection with the parasols and as many as possible are asked to attend in order that they may be sent off The proceeds of the NextofKin tag day held on Dominion Day amounted to A meeting of the NextofKhi will be held in the Moose Hall on Friday even ing at An important quarterly business meeting will be held at the Baptist 4 4 S Sir Alexander Gait recently sent a donation of to the boys at This letter shows their appreciation The July 630 llth Dear On behalf of the patients here I wish to thank xoujand all the mem bers of the Sir Alexander Gait Chap ter for your splendid donation of their amusement I announced your gift and read your letter on parade morning and the boys gavfc three cheers and wished your chapter every It is really very gratifying to in valid soldiers to know that they are especally by such a splendid body of ladies as The monies of the amusement fund JUmtbliB is vi nvriu lit luUJliCO UL 111C church at tonight A full are judicially spent by a committee attendance of members is KARL PROSSER Since this quite a number of the Wesley Troop of Boy Scouts have been doing their bit for those who have and who may HOLEPROOF HOSIERY HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS This week we are showing an attractive new line of silk and wool sweater These are now very popular for wear when a light weight garment is See our window display or better still come in and try them WHITE UNDERSKIRTS Ladies white cambric under skirts n good quality of Qood full Neatly tucked and trimmed with Worth iyg Week End Special I DC LADIES HOSE A limited quantity only of ladles fine black lisle and cot ton Good solid black and full fashioned They are travellers samples and come in size 9 Regular for 25c CORSETS Ladies corset The odd lines from last months selling included are two good Warner Rust Proof and tho Not all Values up to Week End LADIES COMBINATNS Ladles knitted cotton combin Made with short sleeves and loose Well finished and extra good Regular 75c to 86c Week End Special OSfC WOOL SWEATER light weight wool sweater the cool evenings in a soft shade of maize with large sailor cuffs and pockets of fine white bmshed A very pretty style at SILK SWEATER A new novelty dark green shade called Rhubarb and trim med with fancy stripe in the new melon novelty striped Other shades to select All one SILK SWEATER A dark green sweater with large collar in buttercup Novelty pockets and cuffs trim med with the Long girdle tassel A very service able i oi AA At SILK SWEATER A very pretty styleIn a plain shade of green with large double collar and fancy striped border arpund cuffs and bottom of sweater and pockOC AA WHITE WOOL SWEATER New white wool suit able for present Made of extra fine pure white wool with shk collar of Long wide of the boys principally SILK SWEATER A new line of novelty silk sweaters In dresden stripe effect with long roll collar in contrast ing New long deep cuff to match shade of A CHILDREN DRESSES Childrens gingham Made in combinations of plaid and plain Collars trimmed with Just the dress for the Sizes 8 to 12 Regular up to Week End I UC CHILDRENS ROMPERS Made from plain tan and linen colored A very useful style to slip over the Made In a style like an Sizes 2 to 3 Week End Special on motor trips jn summer time and any other refreshment or articlee of amusement The Lethbridge people have been awfully good to this institution and the fact is generously Again wishing you all the best of wealth ami I yours very Hospital The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the acknowledge the receipt of the following pairs of socks from Fleetwood Grades VII and 15 Phyllis Tom Andrews Grace Johnston Con stance Mathers Marguerite Tomp kins Mary Archibald Frank Kunst Gladys MacMakin Ivy Jowett Grade 22 Nor ene Arnold John Don gal Helen Jurgens Emil Ewert Norman Brooks Amelia Wakelin Rachel Bishop Gertie Odmark Jack Handle Ralph llobinson Lillian Stoarland Elsie Alirens Campbell McVean George Powell Geoffrey Speck Lena Forhes Lillian Bourne Dolly Parry Pres ton Pulley Grade 22 Hughie MaUon Ethel Kuth Daisy Flddes Mary Shirley Helen Schunvaker Viola Miller Princess Rhodes Kathleen Cull Harry Sinclair John G walking Luella Searle Irene Hrooks Emery Alexander Symonds Doris Trellvlng Johnston V Elizabeth Flddes Kathleen Jenks 1 Lorene Nicholson Grade 37 Wellor Kathleen Muggins Bradwin Popworth 1 Hazel Davidson Arthur Foreman 1 Elva Huff Jean Oliver Marjorle Urwin Muriel McQuIre Ernes Stevens Gladys Combes Henry Urwin Lloyd Bouck Doris Hoi Jean McKay Frank Watkins 1 Annie Mossey Joe Johnston 1 Olive Arnold Jean Robertson 3 Lottie Searle Margaret Neve Fred Williams Robert Donaldson 1 Roswell Tudor Benton Weller Mis Perkins Miss Waterman Mrs Huff Cripps Cull 1 Miss Brodie Misa Ourrle Mis Hooey Miss Hinds Miss Bei mlngton I I I I I JULY CLEARANCE SRE THEM IN THE LADIES WEAR BLACK Mater ials Heatfierbloom and Made with a wide ular price A real snap at THE NURSES An extra large white apron with bib Will wear and laund er to your entire satis Special LADIES WHITE MUSLIN DRAWERS of extra quality cot ton with dainty flounce of em Regular 99c LADIES WHITE MUSLIN NIGHT These are made In the Slipover style and have lace and embroidery Regular for JQ LADIES HABUTAI SILK WAISTS A special plum to introduce you to our wonderful waist In white The regular price of these is SEE THEM IN THE MENS WEAR DEPARTMENT MENS made of superfine quality both white and with fancy with silk frog Regular I OQ for 1 You cannot afford to rhlss these SUPREME SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY offered In our JULY CLEARANCE But these are only an index of the really Important savings to be made in all COME AND SEE THE OTHERS SEE THEM IN THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT 12 of Pure WHITE The market price today of this Is 3Bc Special yard We reserve the right to limit this line to one days selling and also the quantity to each 15 Belts Only of STRIPED FLANNELETTE In a wide range of Extra Regular for Subject to same condi tions as the line 25 Only HONEYCOMB Size You will need to be early to secure thin exceptional pair 20 dozen Mftde of a beautifully fine cot ton damask In pretty Regular for OA dozen MERCERIZED POPLIN In a range of colors to any requirements and of tra special The colors are re grey and Special 49c yard 1 1 O MENS BALBRIGGAN WEAR In either white or natur al All sizes same Regular for MENS OUTING with collars White ground with neat assorted Every Regular AA for Sf C A Real Snap In MENS SILK A grand range of fancy designs In assorted Reg ular for 1 1 Q pair MENS POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR These are 2pIecc made with short sleeves and knee Regular 75c gar for 45c garment SEE THEM IN THE FURNISHINGS CUPS AND SAUCERS Semiporcelain in four differ ent Plain white white with deep blue band white with narrow blue band white with fancy Regular to Your last chance to se cure any of these at the special price of dozen WHITE WITH GOLD AND NARROW BLACK The entire stock of above pat tern is placed on sale nt todays wholesale prices for speedy Cups and Saucers Fruits up Platters up Soup each Sugar and Cream 65e Cups Vegetable SEE THEM IN THE FOOTWEAR DEPARTMENT LADIES SLIPPERS patent leather with arid patent leather A setof travel lers Sizes 1 to Worth To clear LADIES 10INCH CLOTH TOP BOOTS with patent leather French heels and fancy leather strip on Sizes to Regular for BOOTS FOR THE BOY or GIRL In button or Has cushion Goodyear welted Very ex ceptional Regular I OQ for LADIES BEDROOM SLIPPERS In blue and silk quilt ed and canvas covered Very soft and pair CHILDS TAN SANDALS Something very special for the boy or girl in sizes 6 to IVfcRegularprice Special at THE BEST FOR LESS CLOVES UNDERWEAR NEW SILK AND i FRED DAVIS DIES SUDDENLY H PARADE Over Including Troops Were In New July than one lundred thousand men representatives of thirtyfour nation were line today behind a contingent of American fighting men the greatestpatriotic parade and lageant ever witnessed in New York The parade first presentatives were to march in the order of their declaration of war against thra Teutonic Charac ters representing the respective nat ional heroes were to head the contin July wife of Fred Da for died suddenly at this from heart With her husband she bad been visiting Daviss W R editor oil the Mitchell Seafortu before at the mayors committee on national soon grew 000 and late last night a limit of 000 had be enforced In order that all the paradeva might pass the re viewing stand Proa peots of dlasensidn early disappeared and Italians marched behind Irish men and Hungarians fell into line at their assigned places without their national costumes and ull kept time and stepped to American music play ed by fifteen The pageant feature of parade consisted of 125 Great Britain being repre sented by Above heads of the marchers during the twelve hours of the parade twenty military airplanes circled In battle while other fliers bombarded the spectators with loy alty In July Nations allied with the United States in the world war united in the celebration of In dependence Day at the nations capi More than persons took part in a gigantic pageant entitled Democracy given on the grounds surrounding the Washing ton Headed by the diplomatic repre sentatives in each of nationalities staged a tableau during the all of which went to MERCHANTS NET A general meeting of the Retail Merchants Association was held last night when a large amount of busi ness dealing with the interests of the association in view recent legisla tion was dealt The resignation of the was accepted with re gretand he was cbrdiaMy thanked for his successful efforts on behalf of the The 1st was appointed acting presi dent and a nominating committee was named to obtain the best man possible to assume the The meeting decided to request the ity Commissioners that if a public loliday was declared during fair week that same be on July the usual merchants halfholi The Alberta convention of the Re tail Merchants Association of Canada will be held in Edmonton on July 9th Every member of the association is urgently requested to attend as important business ing future legislation and the inter ests of the association will be dealt At this meeting officers for Ab berta will also be U AUSTRALIAN With the British Army In July attacked the German north east of VlllereBrstonneux en the Somme frcnt this morning and be taking Hamel village arc said to have battled their way forward beyong Hameland the Vair Woods between Hamsl and SMASHING To the north of this between the SommT and Ancre another blow was by BrltUrr which advanced the front line 400 yards a front of1Mb Sev eral hundred prlaonera were taken In up the Practically all o the South Ameri can and Central American republics through thoir legation attaches joined itt the In the parade up Pennsylvania Ave nue to the the various re 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 Dont miss this DRY CLEARING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LIMITED PHONE IQX ;