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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnRAY, JULY fi. 1918 THE L^riHBHlDCiK DAILY LT.RALD Tho Literary Digest saya 'that llio >ato Colonel Jolm M'cCrae has ex-preBsetl as no other man In thte war the vital moBsago of the do ad. Before tho war Dr. McCroo was unknown as a post. liow his niomory is rovoreri wherovor tlio Rngllsh language Is read. His poom, "In Flanders' Fields" Is generally well known, but many of our re-ftdero have not read th^e other "Tho Anxious Dead." Tho Anxious Dead, O guns, fall silent till 'the dead men hear Above tholr heads tho legions press-Jng on! (Tliese fought tholr fight In time of  bittor fear And dietl, not knowing how the day had gone.) O tlR'shlng muzilos, pause and let , 'Uiom seo The coming dawn that etroaka tho � sky afar! Then let your mighty chorus witness bo To them, and Caesar, that wo sWll mako war. Tell them, O guns, that we have heard their call; That we have sworn and will nc't turn aside; . That wo will onward till wo win or fall; That we will keep the faith for which they died. Bid tliem bo patient, and some day, anon, They shall feel tho earth enwrapl in �silence deep- Shall greet In wonderment 'Iho quiet dawn, And In content may turn them to their sleep.  mm ? ? : ? * '> ? ? ? -: ?  o ? : ? : : : : : ? : : : > : .Mrs. W. J. McCambly left this wook for a three-months visit in tho east.    \I1b8 .\t. lierrlngor has returned from, Medicine Mat. m m m Mrs. John Quiiin and family are spending the summer, in Banff. m m m Mrs. T. W. Luce of Conrad. Monr., siBtor of Mr. G. Seaman. Ib In the city.  m ^ Mrs. G. N. McLean and family left this week tor tho Coast.  *  . Mrs. F. Hamilton Mewburn,' Lieut. Arthur Mewburn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hlglnbothara, are expected to arrive tonight from Calgary by motor. Ai lon^tf as you del&y trying BLUE RIBBON TEA so Song do yo�s postpone a plee^-ure easily acquired IS Mrs. J. Macintosh Is visiting In Calgary.   , � Miss Catherine Freeman hart returned from Cranbrook whero she' has been attending collifgi;.  m Miss Hose Taylor of North Bay Is tho guest of Mr. and .Vlr.i. T. Kyan for the summer months.  *  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hose and family have gone to tho moimtalns on a fishing expedition.    .Mr.s. .T. Olenistor who iia.s been tho gucat of .Mrs. Leavllt tor a time, left yesterday to return, to her home In Winnipeg, visiting in Calgary en route. m m .m Rev. Oliver L. Curtis left yosterdny for Erakine where ho. will attend the convention of the Christian churcli. .Mr. Curtis is to give an address at tho convention. m m m Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnston and family who have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jcceph Davidson loft yesterday for their home In Windsor, Ontario.   � .Misses Kathleen and Margaret Taylor have arrived in tho city from North Hay and are the guests of Mr.i and Mrs. Joseph Davidson.  �  I .Misses Helen and Kdlth Bawden left yesterday afternoon for Rdmon-ton to spend a month. While there they will 1)6 gneots of Mr. and'Mrs. Stewart of that city. �>�*� : * .^ .;. -> > > o After-Slipper Specials at Rylands & Cd. "The Busy Store" A few After Supper Specials thai are far Jabove'the ordinary specials. These will make lively selling from 7.00 till 9.30. . KID GLOVES liadles' Kid Gloves in black, tan and a few pair grey. N"ot all sizes. Those gloves are all damaged but a little repairing wlU put tliiem in good shape. Values up to $2.75 pair. CA� After Supper Sale........................................ UvC . NO C.O.D.'S. NO EXCHANGES. CORSETS .A splendid range ot sizes In this line ot coraeti. Made from first class material, good fitting and popular style and neatly | oj* flnWlied. Worth today $1.60., After Supper Sale......... CHILDREN'S DRESSES i D��inty white embroiderod ohildren's dressos in very pretty design. Serai nmdo, just have to bo sewn together. All hahd em-.fcroidered. Sizes 2 to 3 yoars. Special value at fS.OO. , | jja /^fter Suppor Sale ............................,,... i*3U ; BRASSIERES Ladles' white cambric brassieres. Mado ot fine aheer paiiibrlo i'and-'trimmed with neat embroidery edging. Other Btyloa niade enilrely ot embroidery In bandeau shape. Regular 90o value. 71? _ iAlteV Supper Sale .......'..........................'vC LADIES' DRAWERS Ijadles' Knitted white cotton drawers In excelleut quality. Well finished with noat edging, Open or closed style. All bIzos, indlud-Ing 0..S, sizes. 90c value. ' "JC^ After Supper Sale................................. fy.....  Report for the Gait Hospital for the month ot June, 1918: Number of patients in hospital beginning ot month .......... Almittances during the month .. 12S LADIES' COMBINATIONS LadloB'-.jknittod cotton combinations In excellent quillty. Made in BloevelesB stylo; Extra well trimmed and tInlBhed. Made by Watson's .Which Is a gUaraateo ot quality. Regular,?l,0O. 'oP ; After Supinbr Sale...................,...........'.^VJ'.., D Rylands & Ob. Correct Dress for Women. ^ Hosiery and Glove Specialists. Number of patients discharged during month............... Deaths during month........... Number of patients- in hospital at end of -montli' ............ 381 125  7 49 Lowest number during the month Highest number during month .. Daily average during'month ... Number of hospital;; days for private patients ..'........... 446 181 43 53 47.3 Number of hospital days for ward patients (paying)............ 731 Number of hospital days for ward l)atients (free) .............. 244 Total number ot days during the month ..................... 1421 GO 20 A loiter has been received from Dr. McNully. No. 24 General Hospital, France, giving a very interesting description of his work, in wliicli lie mentions that though it Is hard work it is very Interesting and he in vnry fond ot It. According to his accoimt things have been very lively ihmo. having been attacked twice and tiic lust time having four wards blown to pieces with patients and staff. 'I'wo iiurBes were very badly wounded anil GO orderlies killed. The raid lasied 2 1-2 hours and there were about fifty aircraft guns about. Dr. McNally tells how all the wards liave to bo sandbagged and in the first raid a bomb dropped wltliin 3 feet of his hut which must have boon a very narrow escape for the doctor. He was In the hut but tortunatoly it did not explode. In this raid there were 1200 casualties and 250 dead. 2 M. O.'s were killed and six nurses. The doctor also tells ot his trip in an aero-I plane 3500 feet up and tliink.s this Word has been received that' .Mr. 11'^rt of the army very wonderful. Robert Straker who Is entering the! ministry in England, has arrived there safely. ,.Mr. K, G. Straker returned to tho city thi.s afternoon, having accompanied his son as f.ir as New York.    Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bawden, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McCready, also .Mr. and Mrs. 1'^. E. Spooner and family are leaving by motor tomorrow for a trip by way of the Windermere Valley and will camp in the mountains for some time.  * � Rev. Cha.s. Baker leaves Tuesday for Calgary to attend the semi-annual meeting of the general board of the Baptist union. From there he with hia family will go to Sumraorland. B. C, -for at least two months. .Mr. Baker will assist in harvesting and picking fruit while there. The church here have arranged with Mr. A. B. Robertson, a third year man-of Acadia University, as supply while .Mr. Baker is away. "   ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? * .> : .> .> > The Art Needlework club will meet at Mrs. W. P. Roy's, Tth street on Monday afternoon.  "  �" The regular meeting of the G.I.A. will be hold on Monday/ afternoon at 2:30 in the Oddfellows' hall. All members are asked to be present. m m m ' The weekly meeting of 'the Girl Guides of St. Cyprian's church will bo held on Monday evening at 7:30. Al! members are requested to attend as important business is to be discussed.    The regular monthly meeting ot the Nurslog Mission Board will be held in the Y.M.C.A. next Monday afternoon at four o'clock. The memberiB are !'.!ndly requested to have their collecting done before that date and it Is hoped that every member will bo present as there will be no mee'tlng In August. The Girls' Auxiliary are holding a social at the Experimental Farm on July 17, consisting of a motor ride to that place -at which rofreBhmeints -will be served. The net. proceeds of this avo to go to the Prank Sanitarium and it Is hoped there, wlil ' be a' large crowd in attendance. A mlstaKe was made In 'the statement that results of tho efforts ot the girls during Atam-pedo week would go to the frank Sanitariums. The proceeds are to go into the Girls' fimd tor -war work. Among those In atteudahce ut the meeting of tho Alberta |Chlroprac)tors held In Calgary this week was Dr. Hyrara B., Smith, ot thjs city. The meeting resulted In the organization of the Alberta Chiropractors' Association. Much onthusiasm was displayed by 'the- members both tta to the paat and to the future ot chlropfactlc in tho province. Several yearsi ago chiropractic -was practically-unknown In Canada, but to-day there are over thirty chlivpi'actoiia Jn Alberta alone. �   Tho rogulor montlUy meeting ot the Senior Adult- Bible Class Of tho United Church Sunday School .was held on Wednesday evening at tho home of Mr, aiid Mrs. Knowlos, 208 lO'th St. North, After tho business .was tonclud-od tt splendid programme, consisting ot songs, duets, speeches and read: ings, was enjoyed by all present. Those taking 'part wert Mosdames Kuowles, Ourr, Byrom,' Allen, Fofd and Hanson; also Messrsi Byrom, Khowlos and Ingram, /..fterwards the Uoitoss �rr�4 very dftlnty retreshmen^' Tho neettng was brought to .av.bldRe by singTiig "Blest bo the Tie That. Binds aik4i(vlsb^rt prayer by the.^taator, Rev Number ot operatious under general anaesthesia ............ Number of operations under local or no anaestliciia ........... Number ot patients treated in the outdoor department ...... Number ot dressings and treatments in outdoor department . E. A. McCLARTY. � Lady Supt. LADIES' WEAR BARGAINS Just the Waist for plcnlclng, boating, etc., In fact for any occasion where you don't want to soil your "Sunday Bust." In all whltM. and ijrcHy pin stripes. Sizes to fit everybody. Ilogular ?1.50, qq Monday Bargain ........ �/�/C Our Entire Stock of SILK AND CLOTH SKIRTS to bn cleared out al actual cost i)ric('. Wo ilon't want a single one on the racks at stocktaking. Tho range in both lines is very comprehensive-in fart there Is something for everybody. These quotations will give you 'an Idea of the reductions prevailing. All at $9.00 for ......... $6.75 All at $14.00 for ........ $10.60 All at $17.50 for ........ $13.15 All at $20.00 for........ $15.00 All at $22.50 for ........ $16.90 and any other price in proportion. DO IT NOW! For Alonday is positively the only chance you have of securing � GENUINE SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM Regular price ?4.50 lineal yard for Stop $3.29 � � � : GENERAL ? ? * ? : ? ? ? : ? : >> Supervised playgrounds will  open in Calgary on .Monday, July S, for the holiday months at the different centers, and tho association urges mothers to send their children to the playground where they may play under proper supervision or learn such pleasant or useful arts as raffia weaving, and so forth. Wouldn't it be a good Idea if some such movement were started in Lcthbridge? m * * Very neat and attractive Is the new Alberta Club Women's Blue Book tor 1917, published by the Calgary Branch n' the Canadian Women's Press Club The cover la a .pale green, printed In navy blue. "The Foreword, signed by Daisy McGregor, president ot the Calgary Press piub and editor of the book, sums up the alms and ambitious of the women's organizations to bo found in the book as well as S9ma baala on whlcii to mark the progress. Among the splendid reproductions ot photos ot well known women appears that 61 Mrs. G. W. RoWnsou o� Leth-brldgri.  �   An event unprecedented In the chronicles ,of Toronto schools took place tasty week when the various JschoolB of/the city for(nally presented tholr donations to Queen Mary's silver wedding shower through the medium ot the League of tho Empire. The schools of Toronto alone contrlbuated U6,000 articles valued at over ?17,000, tho rest of Ontario amounted to 290,383 gifts with over 3000 in money. All this 'Will go at once to tho Quoen to be distributed -undor Her Majesty's- direction. The gifts from the women and children ot Ontario have been magnificent. :a.^j, Ho Lineal Yard. There are 500 square yards ot this genuine Scotch Inlaid Linoleum in about 10 different patterns and colorings. YOUR LAST CHANCE. In the first place the factory price has advanced out of sight, and secondly and most important, an embargo has been placed on it and we cannot Import any more. Take Our Advice and DO IT NOWl FOOTWEAR BARGAINS Ladles' patent leather BOOTS with cloth tops. Has French heels and medium, toe. A dressy shoe, yet very serviceable tor general wear. Sizes 2% o jjq to 5. -Mondav Bargain .. �i�Otf LADIES' KID PUMPS with strap and beaded toes. Also a Colonial Pump with a French heel. Both lines are very smart and up to date. All sizes o jq in stock. Mon. Bargain Here's a Very Dressy Shoe FOR THE MEN Gunmetal, .Box Calf or Don-gola Kid,- in either Blucher or button styles. All Sizes. Regular price $6.00. Monday m aq Bargain.............. fl�il�f DON'T MISS THESE MONDAY SPECIALS STAPLE BARGAINS 50 pairs White i^r Grey FLANNELETTE SHEETS. 10-1 size. Mill pric(. today i.-i S:f.4,5. Our .Monday HaiRaiii Price n [Jq Im. pair ____,�.......... �mOU (Limited 3 pairs (o a cuFrtomer.) 25 pairK While or Orev FLANNELETTE SHEETS. Kxtra large si-;. Tliose are limited 5. jmirn lo oaeh enstomer. .Mon- o �?q day Bargain, pair ..... 0.\)�7 An All Wool Cream SERGE. 40 Inches wide. Keguhir $1.25. Monday iiargnin, 79c Another CREAM SERGE : : : : : > : > > � : FIRST AID NURSING '> 4f .;. .j. .;. .j. .;. ou *ri�� 194 CHASE & SANBORN - MONTREAL Blendm ind Roaitm of "Swl Bnivl" Coffee An Opportunity to Economize Why pay $30:00 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 mjss this opportunity. / DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT /i 1^ . t ' LIMITED BOX'4!r7 ;