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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE DAILY irEIULD OR The Literary Digest says that the tatfl Colonel John has ex pressed at no other man in thta war thevital message of Before the war McCrae unknown as a tfow his memory U revered wherever tho English language is His In Mandem is feneratly well but many of our readme have not read other The Anxious Anxlouc O fall silent till the dead men hear Above their hoarsthe legions press Jng on These fought their fight in time ot bitter fear And not knowing how the day had O lashing pause and let them see The coming dawn that streaks tho i1 afar Then let your mighty chorui wlbaess be To and that we still make Tell O that we have heard their call That we have sworn and wlH nct turn aside That we will onward till we win or fall That we will the faith for whlcli they Bid them be and They feel the earth enwrapt in Shall greet In wonderment quiet And In Content may turn them to thetr 9 PERSONAL McCambly left this week for a visit in the Miss Berrlngar has returned Medicine John and family are spending the in Luce of slstor of Is in the McLean and family left this week for tho Hamilton Arthur Mewbnrn and and Harold are expected to arrive tonight from Calgary by Am long as you delay trying BLUE RIBBON TEA ao long do you postpone a pleas ure easily acquired AfterSupper Specials at Rylands The Busy Store A few After Supper Specials that are far above the ordinary These will make lively selling from till KID GLOVES Ladles Kid Gloves in tan and a few pair Not all These gloves are all damaged but a little repairing will put in good Values up to After Supper UvC NO CORSETS splendid range of sizes in this line of Made from first class good fitting and popular style and neatly 1 OC Worth today After Supper Sale CHILDRENS DRESSES i Dainty white embroidered childrens dresses in very pretty Semi just have to be sewn All hand em Sizes 2 to 3 Special value at Supper Sale BRASSIERES Ladles white cambric Made ot fine sheer caijibrio and trimmed with neat embroidery Other styles made entirely of embroidery in bandeau Regular 90c iAlteV1 Supper Sale LADIES DRAWERS Ladles knitted white cotton drawers In excellent Wall finished with naat Open or closed AH sizes includ ing 90c JK After Slipper I OC LADIES COMBINATIONS Ladlesknitted cotton combinations in excellent Made in aleevelegs style Extra woll trimmed and by Watsons whlch Is a guarantee of Regular After Supper i Rylands Correct for Hosiery and Glove Macintosh Is visiting In Cal Miss Catherine Freeman has re turned from Hranbrook vvhoro she has been attending Miss Rose Taylor of North Bay Is tho guest of and Ryan for the summer and Henderson and and Rose and family have gone to the mountains on a fishing expedi Olenlster Who has been the guest of Leavltt for a left yesterday to to her home In visiting in Calgary en Oliver Curtis left yesterday for Erakine where he attentl the convention ot the Christian Curtis Is to give an address at the and Johnston and family who have been visiting with Joseph Davidson loft yesterday for their home in Misses Kathleen and lor have arrived in the city from North Bay and are the guests of and Joseph i Misses Helen and Edith Bawden left yesterday afternoon for Edmon ton to spend a While there they will be guests of Stewart of that Word has been received that Robert Straker who Is entering the ministry in has arrived there Straker returned to the city this having ac companied his as far as New and and also and 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 Baker leaves Tuesday for Calgary to attend the semiannual meeting of the general board of the Baptist From there he with his family will B least two Ba ker will assist In harvesting and pick ing fruit while The church here have arranged with a third year mantof Aca dla as supply while Baker is 8f Senator DoVebcr a beautiful showing of roses at his home on 8th street that would do credit to a Bri tish Columbian garden and la certain ly an unusual flight on the The bushes are a mass of beautiful blooms and quantities of that Will soon open A wild double pink rose that originated two hundred miles north of City where there are acres ot them Is a unique The senator attributes a large part of his success to continual hoe ing of the earth surrounding the bushes and to careful covering during the The following varieties are to be found thriving In this gar den Gabriel Hugh Prince de Bul John Fisher Earl Per Blanch Madame Rav Dean Banshee Rayon Frau Carl J LETTER FROM McNALLY A letter has been received from 24 General giving a very interesting de scription of his In which he men tions that though it Is hard work it is very Interesting and ho is very fond of According to his urcount things have been very lively having been attacked twice and tlie last time having four wards blown to pieces with patients and Two nurses were very badly wounded iud GO or derlies The raid lasted 2 12 hours and there were about fifty air craft guns about McNally tells how all lie wards have to be sandbagged and in the first raid a bomb dropped within 3 feet of his hut which must have been a very narrow escape for tlie He was in the hut but fortunately it did not In this raid there were 1200 casualties and 250 2 were killed and six The doc tor also tells of his trip in an aero plane 3500 feet up and thinks this part of the army very GALT HOSPITAL Report for the Gait Hospital for the month of 1918 Number of patients in hospital beginning of month 53 AJiuittauces during the month 128 o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Art Needlework club will meet at th street on Monday The regular meeting of the will be held on afternoon at in the Oddfellows All members are asked to be present The weekly meeting of the Girl Guides of Cyprians church will be held on Monday evening at All mem biers are requested to attend as important business is to be dis The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will be held in the next Monday afternoon at four The members are requested to hove their collect ing done before that date and it la hoped that every member will bo pres ent as there will be no meeting in The Girls Auxiliary are holding a social at the Experimental Farm on July consisting of a motor ride to that placeat which refreshments will be The net proceeds of this iise to go to the Frank Sanitarium and it is hoped there will be a large crowd in A mistake was made in the statement that results of the efforts of the girls during stam pede week would go to the frank Sanitarium The proceeds are to go into the Girls fund for war Among those in attendance ut the meeting of the Alberta chiropractors held In Calgary this week waa Hyram of The meeting resulted In the organization of the Alberta Chiropractors Asso Much enthusiasm was display ed by Uie members both us to the past and to the futurq ot chiropractic in the Several ago chiropractic was practicallyunknown in but today there are over thirty chlrgpractore Alberta The regular monthly meeting of the Senior Adult Bible Class of the Unit ed Church Sunday School was held on Wednesday evening at the home of and 208 19th After the business was conclud od a splendid consisting of speeches and read was enjoyed by all Those taking jiuct were Moadames Fofd and Hanson alsp Knowles and the vnry dainty Ifcu was brought to by singing Bleat be the Tie That Binds pvayer by the lev Number of patients discharged during month Deaths during mbhtb Number of patientsin hospital at end otmontri1 181 126 7 49 Lowest number during the month Highest number during month Daily Number of for private patients 446 181 43 53 Number of hospital days for ward patients paying 731 Number of hospital days for ward patients free 244 Total number of days during the month 1421 Number of operations under gen eral anaesthesia 60 Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia 20 Number of patients treated in the outdoor department 2 Number of dressings and treat ments in outdoor department 9 Lady GENERAL Supervised playgrounds will open in Calgary on July for the holiday months at the different cen and the association urges mothers to send their children to the playground where they may play un der proper supervision or learn such pleasant or useful arts as raffia weav and so Wouldnt It be a good Idea if some such movement were started In Lethbrldge Very neat and attractive is the new Alberta Club Womens Blue Book for published by the Calgary Branch o the Canadian Womens Press The cover is a printed in navy The signed by Daisy president of the Calgary Press Club and editor of the sums up the aims and ambitions of the womens organizations to bo found in the book as well as 391113 basis on which to mark the Among the splendid reproductions of photos of well known women appears that of Robinson of Leth An event unprecedented In the chronicles of Toronto schools took place week when the various schools the city formally presented their donations to Queen Alarys silvei wedding shower through the medium oC the League of the The schools of Toronto alone coutribuated articles valued at over the rest of Ontario amounted to gifts with over 3000 in All thla go at once to the Queen to be dis tributed under HIT Majestys direc The gifts from he women and children of Ontario have been magnif In the opinion of Misa Katherine the opportunities for women in aviation after tho are likely to be very great but at the present they are Just at present avia tion except for military and mail carrying Is Ihe United and women aviators are not acceptable to the military Mlas Stinson and others feare offered their I 1 I I I I I I I I I ULY C L E A RAN C E LADIES WEAR BARGAINS Juit the Waist for boat In fact for any occasion when you want to soil your Sunday In all arid pretty pin Sizes to every Regular Monday Bargain Our Entire Stock of SILK AND CLOTH SKIRTS JB to be cleared out at actual cost We dont want a single one on the racks at stock The range In both linos is very there Is something for every These quotations will give you an idea of the reductions pre All at for All at for All at for All at All at for and any other price In propor DO IT NOW For Monday is positively Hit only chance you have of secur ing GENUINE SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM Regular price lineal yard for Lineal There are 500 square yards of this genuine Scotch Inlaid Lin oleum in about 10 different pat terns and YOUR LAST In the first place the factory price has advanced out of and sec ondly and most an embargo has been placed on it and we cannot import any Take Our Advice and DO IT NOW I FOOTWEAR BARGAINS Ladies patent leather BOOTS with cloth Has French heels and A dressy yet very serviceable for general Sizes 2 o gQ to Monday Bargain LADIES KID PUMPS with strap and beaded Also a Colonial Pump with a French Both lines are very smart and up to All sizes n JQ in Bargain Heres a Very Shoe FOR THE MEN Calf or Don gola either Blucher or button All Regular price Monday Stop DONT MISS THESE MONDAY SPECIALS for a moment and compare these prices with those you usually Consider what a chance of is THEN Come and take full of the opportunity Of real sayings It affords C o e BUT BE EARLY to ensure a complete selection from these SPECIAL MONDAY STAPLE BARGAINS BO pairs White or Orey FLAN NELETTE 104 Mill today is Our Monday Price CO pair Iilmltcd 3 pairs to 25 pairs White or Orey FLAN NELETTE largo Those are limited 2 pairs to earli Mono day pair An All Wool Cream 40 inches Regular Monday I C Another CREAK SERGE of heavier A real Reg ular price Monday QQ yard Still of value unequal led anywhere at we are of fering you as a special Monday MENS WEAR BARGAINS Mons White Egyptian Cotton Combed double 2piece garments j with short sleeves and knee Not every a vl good Regular Monday Bargain u9C j 50 dozen Mens Fine GEE SHIRTS with stiff A M fine range of assorted striped lf All Reg f uar Boys Corduroy BLOOMERS In Extra stout strongly Regular Monday A Rubber Collar Is very handy thesehotpersplr ing and very useful for travelling as We have a specially low Regular price 25c Offered as Monday two for LTiuuuajr 25c GROCERY BARGAINS WITH CASH AND CARRY PRICES Dominion Monday OUC 1 tins Black Blue MondayBargalri JA Muscatel Raisins Monday OQ Montsefrat Lime Monday IdCi Lennox laundry soap Monday 10 bars vlfC Dysons Mixed sweet or quart Monday Bargain dUC Clarkes Pork and 2 tins fcOC capacity for war but nothing is open to except perhaps the Miss Stinson hae been licensed to carry mail on one or two occasions for Uncle Victoria always foremost in good have begun their com munity canning which is un der the aegis oC the Womens Cana dian The kitchen will be in charge of a competent woman and will be open to and all available vegetables and meat will be saved for consumption In the autumn and winter and the successful end of the war brought ao much near No membership fee will be but a scale of rates will be put in the cost being saved 10 me in dividual by the saving Ar rangements are being made by women who are going away for the summer to have a certain amouirt of supplies canned for them during their and husbands who in these days of maidlessiioss dislike seeing their wives spending all day in the kitchen have contracted with the community cannerB to fill the jam closet this year and garner the vegetable gar den into FIRST AID NURSING Canadians for first aid nursing for overseas must be British subjects of British aged 23 to of good good health certificate ne cessary possession of certificate in first aid to injured and home nursing this is some hospital ex perience most desirable applicants must consent to Innoculatloh against typhoid and and to vac also revaccination must have at leuat a other than which is not sufficient to A letter to the officer in charge of the local nursing division ot the Johns Ambulance will get an applicant who can fill all of the above qualifications in a posl tipn to become a member of the nurs ing division above which is a necessary prelude to taking a course for overseas Several weeks are needed to complete this Thomas Dally Women doctors are in the great de mand In Municipal authori ties in all parts of the country are women doctors to take over the work of men called for The government trying to get wo military Manchester grants a wo man health at f Denbigh and Derby are seeking women doctors for municipal at a similarx men doctors for posts in Natal and Egypt at a Gerald ot Is Interned the Title of a Booklet tfhich we have imwcl to enable those enjoy fragrant to always Have There are Mo essentials to perfect ctip of right coffee and the right way to maifee kUiUd if you 194 CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL BUmMind Routeri of Swl Brand 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 CLEANING DEPARTMENT LIMITED PHONE 461 ;