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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1017 TUB USTHHRIIJGE DAILY HKnALD PAGE FIVE According to mi announcement made Tiy Mnnnger 0. F. Bletehor 'of the Standard Hunk this morning, a new branch of the Standard will he open-oil on tho side within a few dn.vR. The branch will be located in Hip. Hill Block on 4th Ave. S, where temporary nuartera have been obtained. 'I lie new branch of the Standard will lie entirely separate froni the batik's branch on the north side which will continue to enter to Its large clientele In (hat section of tho city. The new branch will be ready for ^business about August 1. 37 Killed, 140 Injured In London Air Raid WHITE DENIES THE STATEMENTS OF SUB. LIEUT. R. LECKIE Toronto aviator who has been awarded the D. S. O. tor destroying a Gorman Zeppelin off tho English coast on May 14. The air raider was the L-22. Skin Sufferers You will sigh with relief at the first magic touch of D. D. D. the soothing wash of oils. Many of our customers thank us for this advice. You will too. Try D. D. D. today. We guarantee it.-J. 1). Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge.-Advert. London, .Tuly 7.-The following announcement was made by the admiralty on this morning's air raid: "Kn-einy raiding squadron wns chased by Uio royal air service machines from this country and engagod forty miles out at sea off tho east coast. Two enemy machines were observed to crash Into the sea and a third enemy machine was seen to fall in flames off tho mouth of the Scheldt. All our machines returned safely." The most exciting fight between tho Hrlt.ish and German airplanes was witnessed by the people in a London suburb. After dropping a shower of bombs the Germans made off in a southerly direction. By this time tho British aviators had reached a height, at which they could engage tho raiders, and the chase began, machine guns coming into action. The German raiders came from the north and left by way of the south. Glass in some of the streets in the city resembles that in the streets of Now York and its suburbs following the explosion of Black Tom Island in upper New York harb/ir last July. Peoplo in the capital are urging that quick reprisals be made. West end and fashionable northwestern resi-dental suburbs had a superb view of tho approach of tho raiders. From the further northern fringes of the metropolis the raiderft swept onward in fairly cIobo formation, more than a score in number. Tho squadron which had boon flying high, then began a swill, toboggan downward, its speed increasing tremendously under the assistance! of gravity and tho planes soon reached a level of le. 1 'STAND: palace' CONFECTIONERY, PHONE C68 � "Meet Me at the Palace" BELGIAN DAY On July 21st will he held the National Celebrations of Belgium. There will he three years tho resistance of Belgians has permitted France and England to organize, to prepare the victory. Belgium raado the sacrlfico herself! But, by her bravery, what numerous things has she been obliged to endure. Thanks to the help of the allies and to the generous sympathy of the world, she has nil surmounted. Hut. the help given by all must not diminish, for the burden is not only sustaining, hut always increasing. The 21st of -inly will he Belgian Day! The organizers had the thought to permit to all those who desire to continue their help to tho alleviation of ihe sufferings resulting from the war, which Belgians suffer; to this end, subscription lists arc opened in "Pro Belgiea," the authorized organ of the Belgian Relief work, to the profit, of several works, amongst which donators choose those they desire to patronize. All these, works are recommended by Belgian authorities and all sums collected will he st-nl to receiver by the intermediate of M. Goor, CoiihuI General of Belgium in Ottawa. So as to avoid expenses in sending thousands of receipts, they will be sont only on demand. As receipt, subscribers will receive an issue of "Pro Belgiea' containing the list of subscription and the amount given. Furthermore, at tho occasion of the Belgian National celebrations, "Pro Belgiea" will publish a 1G page illustrated souvenir number which will contain numerous articles and views of Belgium and general information on this country. This souvenir number will he sent to all generous donators of the Belgian Day. It is to be wished that all will contribute to the Belgian Day, according to their means, to diminish Ihe unmerited sufferings of the first victims of the German barbarism. We will hark to the words of Cardinal Morcler when he said: "If they were knowing all tho extent, of our sufferings, they would not. he satis-fled with simple protestations." And those of Cardinal Bourne. 'Every Belgian is considered by the British as a brother who must ' receive protection, aid and assistance." All gifts, as small as they may bo, will be received with thanks and can j bo sent, oven in postage stamps, at tho administration of "Pro Belgiea," 32 Sussex Avenue, Montreal. Moderate "Does your wife belong to all the afternoon clubs?" "Not all of them. She thinks six afternoon clubs per week is about enough."-Kansas City Journal. UNPERTURBED "HAND BOOK" MEN ARE FINED FOR OFFENCE Montreal, July G.-The police of Montreal are just now conducting an active campaign against establishments in the city where wagers on horse races are taken contrary to law. commonly known as "hand books." A raid was made, Wednesday, on the brokerage office of Chandler and Congdon, 02 Notre Dame street, west, and six arrests wero made. W. C. Dickinson, the manager, was, yesterday, fined $50 and tho five would-be patrons $10 each. A tailor shop at 26 Victoria Square was raided, yesterday afternoon, and five inmates were arrested; WILLOUGHBY'S- MAJORITY Moose Jaw, July C.-Returning Officer Johnson announced this afternoon at 3.15 that \V. II. Willoughby's majority in the provincial election was 29:!. The vote was: Willoughby 1621, Ross l'S28,. Baker !)!)S. EXCURSION TO Coleman and Crow's Nest ed'sday, July 18 Under Auspices of Wesley Bible School Train Leaves (lie City 7.20 a.m. and Returning arrives at 11.10 Fare from the City $2.25 and return (.'owe and enjoy a full day's outing in the Mountains. PRETTY PINK LINEN DRESS This dress is carried out in n novel shade of pink linen, piped with white. Pockets play a prominent role in the scheme, a detail that Is well emphasized in the sketch, the coal furthermore, being planned with a long becoming yoke at the back that resolves into a box-pleat on either side. The collar Is entirely of white linen, hut the cuffs nre completed by a piping. PROHIBIT LIQUOR IMPORT Washington, July 6.-An amendment by Senator Cummins ,of Iowa prohibiting imports of distilled liquors during the war and also use of those now in bond for hevcrago purposes was adopted by the senato by a vote of r>4 to SO. The Auction Sale advertised yesterday for 612 7th St. by Frank Waddington is postponed for a few days Saving the Country Miss Fad- -"Have you decided to do your bit?" Miss Fit-"I'm going in for farming. I think it will be perfectly grand just to vegetable."-The Lamb. f?rfj00 FOOJfDED ISflo �MT HBPE. OUT. i^l2iLitnSM: ............... . _ Residential Church School for Bays H-antlful hialthy BfttwIUiu, o�erl poking Uiko Ontario, ?rt luire* or flaring Field*. Ojrauiuluni, M�enlfio�ni Kink. Iltjyi prepurrd for tlw Universities, Royil Mnitsry Collet* and UnslrwM. Ilrllctous ImlnlDff. Ucautirul Chapel. Junior Scliool for Il.-ijs of 9 to It. I'or frofitrtui apply to the ITcadmastrr. KEY*. V. till A HAM ORCHARD. M.A., CAMlt. Npxt T>rm Commences Sept. 12. Edmonton Exhibition July 9 to 14. single fare For the Round Trip TO EDMONTON From all statlona In Alberta and Saskatchewan. What the Press Agents Say AT THE ORPHEUM SPLENDID NEW SUCCESSES FOR ITALIANS Tickets on Sale July 7 to 14 "Return Limit July 15, 1917. Full Information from any CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary, Altu. Ad. X". Those who have not seen the startling picture, "Idle Wives" at the Or-pheum should take the last opportunity this evening of seeing the picture, for it is one which will leavo its lasting impression. The picture is a strong drama of every-day life, and teaches some strong lessons. AT STARLAND In tho midst of the grind and serious routine of life it is well to turn aside at timos and enjoy an hour or two of really refreshing and wholesome fun. "The Smugglers" with the clever comedian Donald Brian in tho leading role, whicli will bo tho Paramount feature at Starland for tho last time tonight, is a splendid picture to make ono forget, his worries. On Monday and Tuesday- Jack Pick- Tommy (In testy anticipation): "Yes, I have been to tho front. I have not been wounded. 1 am BtlU a private, thirty two years old. married, two children and wlfo living with hor father. Think we Bhall win the war. Ten days' leave, and, yes, I think that's nil." Scot (calmly): "What was ye before ye jinod? What was vonr wife's maiden name? Ae ye a tqtotler? And line yo got a match?"-London Bystander This i6 positively the very lat-yj est and best Bluebird. Also L-KO Comedy and Screen Magazine, The ingjnai and genuine treatment lor chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. Send foi free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS, WM. FRANCIS, c|o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St.^W., Calvary. I Sc&le in Mi/es$ t!___________ .GF2ADI5CA; iWAIZOVIZZA /vo^%A XVOSERSKO {^^/^^ 5AGRADp.^r vol Yy .OPPACCHIASELLA . ''/�-'\ �. PLENSfOl... &\v , 2. .hiinii nr..^-c^K^ANJEW^/ \------i*lswLFLorip^-- MONFALCONE ^BCSTUiaNA ">"--*j�iy�*�: �.. . Since the Italian offensive began on May 11th, they hare taken aa many prisoners as the British have taken on the French front since April 9th. Their haul now reaches 24,000 men. The Italians must have inflicted on the enomy 3 20,000 casualties. On the accompanying map the Italian gains ara> shaded in. British monitors as well as artillery are assisting. ford, who appeared recently in "Seventeen," will be at Starland in another splendid play, "The Dummy." Jack gives an inimitable portrayal of the hoy, Barney, whose ambition to become a detective is realized, and when he receives a live thousand dollar reward and is asked what he is going to do with it, answers, "Count it." In addition to the feature another of those most enjoyable Mack Sennett-Koystone comedies, "Maggie's First False Step," will bo shown. AT THE EMPRESS The arrival of Dorothy Phillips, in "Tho Flashlight," at the Empress tonight,' will be hailed with delight by the legion of admirers she has creat-od through her finished acting in earlier Bluebirds. Devotees of the screen will recall with pleasure her appear- ance in ;'The Girl In the Checkered Coat," "The Price of Silence," and "The Piper's Price," her artiBtry Having placed these pictures among the most popular attractions in the series. In "The Flashlight'" Mlsa Phillips will have a role amply suited to display her. versatility and-^harm of manner. Her chief supporters will be Loii Chaney and Wm. Stowell, gentlemen of great artistic ability, who havo always been leaders of Miss Phillips' Bluebird companies. One noteworthy feature of "The Flashlight." that will interest women of progress, Is the fact that the production was directed by Ida May Park, oae of the few women now engaged in creating photoplays. Miss Park has heretofore assisted her husband, Joseph Do Grasse, but in "Tho Flashlight" sho> worked alone and unaided in Its direction. LAST TIMES TONIGHT DONALD BKIAjY IN THE SMUGGLERS" "Luke Locates the Loot," Comedy GAUMONT GRAPHIC MONDAY AND TUESDAY FAMOUS PLAYER3 PRE8ENT JACK PICKFORD In a Picturization of the Great Stag* Success , "THE DUMMY" ALSO Maggie's First False Step Another of Those Exceedingly Funny Mack Sennett-Keystone Comedies EXTRA TONIGHT LAST TIME EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EX^R^ -'IDLE WIVES/ 7 Act*, Positively your last opportunity * this masterptaes. "Wis Wivo��;la, aaj great eormon. There Is no liuqMn Njsg who won't bs hatter ^ritf^^Jtfl ;