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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1017 TI!R LETHBRIDGF, DAILY IIKRALD PAGE FIFTEEN � RYLANDy AFTER-SUPPER SAL3 I More bargains tonight than usual at these popular money- | saving events. The best "atter-supper" sale so far this season = Tonight's Eitra � IS inch Flouncingx - - - 25c 10 piecos of 18 inch Flouncing embroidery, for dresses, petticoats, etc. Also a few ends of Corset Cover Embroidery worth to 50c yd. Fair Rath Towels----35c Medium sized Turkish Bath Towels. Hither white or colored. Towels that arc actually worth 50c a pair at today's prices. Dainty Dust Caps----25c Just the thing tor house cleaning time. A new lot of Dust Caps. Made from flowered voiles and cretonnes in dainty colorings. Child's Lisle Socks---25c 75 pairB of Child's Lisle Socks. Samples of linos worth up to 50c pair. White with colored tops. Sizes to 8'/i. Girls' Lisle Hose---* 25c Girls' Finn Mercerized Lisle Hose. Sizes �1% to S',{.. Only white, tan and black. Worth to 50c a pair. Some slightly soiled. Fancy Wash Cloths---10c The kind you usually pay 15c. and 20c lor. Plain white or while with pale blue or pale pink check. Good heavy weight Turkish Toweling. Ladies' White Skirts $1.25 Ladle*' White Skirts made from a good ([utility llepp, buttoning in front, (i large pearl buttons, pockets, etc. Sizes to band. $15 Voile Dresses $9.85 New voile dresses on sale for (he; first time today. Fink, white and fjiney stripe.i. Value.; up to $15.00. Sizes IM to 10 only. MUSLIN SALE WORTH UP TO 50c YARD A sale of dainty voile muslins In stripes and floral designs. Suitable for making the now style dresses, waists, etc. Values as high as 50c- yard. Tonight only, per yard 29 Sale of Neckwear - - - - 50c Clearing up an overstock of Ladies' Fine Voile, Crepe de Chcne, and Organdie .\ln�lin. Collars. Worth up to ift.OU. On sale tonight only. Middy Waists at---$1.00 Ladies' New Middy Waists. Sizes :M to -in. Willie duck with colored collars and cuffs, .lust in this week. Men's Dress Shirts - -- - 75c Men'." Cambric Shirts with laundered cuffs. Neat stripe design. Sizes 15, 151,i only. Limited quantity. Boys' Shirt Waists - - - 75c Boys' Shirt Waists now In stock up in 15 year sizes. Your choice o� over 100 waists for hoys 2 to 15 years. 3 Ladies' Vests for.-,- - 50c For tonight only we will have on sale a limited quantity of ladles' Fine nibbed Cotton Vests. Short, or no sleeves. Three only to a customer. " if Mr. II. W. Crawford has gone to the coast for a short holiday. * * * Mr. it. 1'. Wallace iel'l y;v.|erday to spend a few days in llnmf. . * r The Art Needlework club will i\ie..| on .Monday afternoon with .Mrs. Koeu. Hull lllock. Mrs. W. T. llrighnm li home after spending lb wilh Mrs. 1). ('. McMillan as rel uriieil holidays in Calgary. Mrs. 10. II. Armstrong and Mrs. 11 Law returned ye;-,tcrd;iy from week's visit in Calgary. Misses .lean and Lowry Inuisfail are visiting their Smith aunt Sale Ladies' Hose - - - - 25c A cleanup of Ladies' black and tan Fine Cotton Stockings. Sizes 8V2 to 10 'in the lot. Exceptional value at-25c pair. Save The Difference It Pays to Pay Cash " HOW AFRICA GETS THE WAR NEWS (New York Times) The war has, from the first, been brought right home to Africa. The four German colonies, over which the �war... extended, sin at*euU lu uwjd of this treatment te vanta'Kos. As indicated in the pictures, special pieces of apparatus are constructed to assist disabled wen In practising movements which their injuries had impaired. A very special kind of scientific koowl�dKQ.ia,raiiuirie4 ^> 4i;ect j^tia work to the best advantage, and Dr. Bott and his throe or four assistants Tiro"" endeavouring-- to assemble at Hart House thClHbHed^tj rlumbeV oT'dimlifled persona in Canada. Volunteer workers, whose duty it will be to take individual patients in baud. and encourage them to put forth their own effort to overcome their disabilities, are being trained. It is a feature of tho. devices used tkat each kaa a avalv ,by, wWcU the patient can keep track of bis pro-greis in recuperation. For in stance, in picture No. 2, as the patient flexes his wrist the pointer indicates . on the dial the amount of movement and he can observe by comparison the Increase from day to day. >U ia., an2e^Mutial of the work that each patient bo treated individually and the great number ot small rooms in Hart House lend themselves to this requirement. Work At completing the neoded portions of the building ia being rushed. The pictures show (1) Hart House; (2) Soldier practising wrist flexion and extension; (3) Ankle abduction and adduction; (4) Wrist l lias. Baker at the Baptist parsonage. I * rt * j Mrs. 1'. Ktubbs and .Mrs. Kgglestone j and children are leaving on Monday j to spend the summer at (he roast. * * � ('apt. and Quartermaster, I). C. Shouldiee of Carmaiigay, who went overseas with the l"7t!i battalion, lias returned to Canada. *  * Mrs. IX A. Simpson returned yesterday from Edmonton, where she spent three weeks with her son, W. E. Simpson and .Mrs. Simpson * * V Sapper Cecil Fowler who has joined tho Canadian. Engineer.-1., is spending a tow days leave at his home in the city beforo leaving Calgary on Thursday for the east. * * c Mrs. R. W. Long and daughter Aileen, left the early part, of the week to spend two months at Vancouver. They were accompanied by r.Ms. Alex, j Campbell and three children and Miss Long of Tnber. ' 1 * �  Senator and Mrs. DeVebcr, who have been spending the past few-months in town with the la Iter's brother, Mr. Wr. T. Kj-an. and -Mrs. j Ryan, expect to leave shortly for [ their home in Lethbridge.-Ottawa 1 Journal-Press. I *   1 Instead of loading young married ) people with jewellery, silverware, and 1 the like, (he fashion of giving them j canned goods showers has been Intro- j duccd, and is becoming popular in the 1 United States west. It is reported, I from some quarters, that it is more \ popular with the brides than with the | grooms. The latter, however, usually j have their luncheons away from home. . * * * Mrs. Fred Patterson, of Vancouver, has the. honor of being the first woman to receive an appointment from the Liberal government of Ornish Columbia. Mrs. Patterson has been appointed assistant, censor in the office of C. L. Gordon, head of tho moving picture inspection bureau in Vancouver. Mrs. Patterson is well known in British Columbia, having been one of the pioneers in suffrage work in that province. * * * COX-SWITZER. A riuiot wedding took place at, the First Baptist parsonage, Calgary, Tuesday, July :i. when Rev. .1. Austin Huntley united in marriage Mr. Los- j ter Clarence Cox, and Miss Inez Ay- ' leen Switzer, of Lomond. After spending a few days in the city, Mr. and Mrs. Cox left to reside at Lomond. * * * COOMBS-PETERSON. On June 27th at Salt Lake City, Utah, Miss La Vaun Peterson of Welling and Mr. Leo. M. Coombs of Lethbridge wore married in the tcm-p!o. A wedding supper was given by tho bridegroom's aunt and the bridal couple were also'entertained by relatives at the Hotel Utah and at a lake party at Salt Air. On July 2nd tho London Piccadilly Club of Utah returned missionaries entertained in thoir honor. Mr. and Mrs. Coombs will return to Canada on July 15th and will re-sido in Lethbridge, where Mr. Coombs will resume Lis classes at the Conservatory of Music, where he has been teaching for the past two years HUNS DESTROYING RHEIMS WITH ARTILLERY FIRE French Front, Wednesday, July 4, via London, July C.-Tho great and beautiful city of Itlioims is now being most literally destroyed. For weeks past Gorman batteries have been systematically playing upon it day and night, as though high explosives cost nothing, or a great assault were being prepared. It was reckoned that during last week and tho week beforo 16,452 shells foil within tho city, many of them of large caliber, and many containing Incendiary material. ADVENTISTS TO BUILD INSTITUTION IN ALBERTA Lacombe, July (i.-This Is a busy week at the Seventh-day Adventist conference session here, as great preparations are being made for tho extension and founding in Alberta of their world-wide medical, educational and publishing institutions. Plans have been laid looking toward tho establishment of one of their renowned sanitariums in tho province. They opening medical treatmont rooms in Calgary now; and $10,000 was raised Wednosday morning here for this and their other institutional work. ru8sian commission ,, Lands in u. s. New York, July if-Tho Ilusaian war commission 1^'i'ltd at the battery here today at 3.:!tt*�tHl wore escorted through' RtreetH draped with flags of the entente allies, with the Russian colors dominating, to tho city hall, where they were, officially received O .;. .;. v .;. * * .;. * ? ? ? A WAR RECIPE. ? (From Britain's Official Win- ? tlio-War Cook Book). ? FRUIT CAKE-One pound ? of dates, half a pound of mixed ? nuts, juice of two lemons, one tablospoonful of ground rice Mix nuts and fruit. Grate in ? tho yollow rind of one lemon, ? and with a wooden spoon > shapo into a small roll. Finish dipped in the ground rice. Put on 11 plate until the next ? morning, when It will be firm ? enough to cut in slices. {. .;. .> .j > ;� .;. .; > >pecia On Sale 7.30 to 10 isoys' sunn's -�Vimi :.iii;-l v, Splendid quality. Tonight............................... PLAIN (TRTAIN MAI�H "ISETTK In cream. rni ivory and white. 10 inches wide Regular �Inc. Tii:i\';h'. jar I .................... MKX'S HOCSE SLIPPERS 49c 25c Dongolu I -I ii| with patent I'.iclir.'^. Made in opera -j f*Q style. Sizes I', to II. Special, pair.................... I�DJ? .LADIES' KMT YKKTS Toniulil. etch.......... CHILJWEN'S KMT YKSTS Toniu'iii, cicli........... 19c 15c Specials from Grocery Dept. 7.30 to 10 Lime .Juice, regular -15c for.......... . . XSv (ir.jpe Juice, regular 50c for...........:$Sc Grape Juice, regular 30c for...........24c Jam, 2 lb, tins, regular 25c, 2 for........25c Fating Figs, regular 20c, special.......10c Toilet Soap. S cakes lor............... 25c Hudson's Bay Tea. special per lb........3Sc Granulated Sugar, 20 lb. sack, special, per sack.......................$1.05 on Page 14. Read it over. You will find news to your advantage. mm IMPORTANT FRENCH GAIN EAST OF RHEIMS. We don't know much about mind telepathy and thought, transference, but we do know that Just as soon as we got nicely lathered for a shave tho longest-winded friend we know is going to call us to tho telephone. The French have made an important advance beyond tho crest, of Moron-villiers Ridge and havo stormed several lines of trenches north ot Mount Carrilett. The location of this height and of Mount Hunt is'Known on the. map. The German line is particularly vulnerable nt this point. The St. Lawrence Route Canadian Sendee to and from Scot land. When sending for relatives or friends book them ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE Full- information from uny 11.R. or 3.S. Agent, or Hi E. LIDMAN, Gen eral Ayent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg Man. Phone M. 6312. 470 Granville St,, Vancouver, Phone ;