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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, .(ULY 0, 11. PAGE NINE {. .> � : JUST BE GLAD :*?*�>� Peelln' kind 'o' uU run down? Mighty bad: Sick and tirod of llto In town? Don't be sad; i' What you're needing isn't rest; S(]uaro 'your shoulderB, raise your vChODt,. '  Pack yoiir. turkey; go out West- ( Just be, glad!   � � . ..x ' Ooho astray in No Mans-Land? . . SUIy lad! Ought'to.liave yoiir carcass.'tarinod iWUh a gad;  ..... � Sliolild lia' kept the narrow track; NcVeV mliitl, you can't'go ijack; Thlpg^'miiy'^ndt be nulte.so black- Just be glad! Gone'and blowniri all your cash �', ;0n; a'fa^? ' ' ViivlnJ-'iibw onsomi and hash? Wrltln' Dad? Don't you do It. Morn's a tip Keep a good stlft upper Up; Needn't tall bocatiao you slip - Just bo glad! Friends refuse toihelp you out? Don't got mad! You would bo a lazy lout It tUey had! -Do not envy place or polf; Praise the Lord yoU'vc got your health; \ Dig In! Do a man yourself- Just bo glad! All the world may any'or do,' Good or bad, , . Isn't anything to you-^ , ,Th]st he Though you worlr at books or Irailo, Though you work with pen or spado, Hump yoin-Belt-yn\i'll make the grade Just be glad! -Robert J. C. Stead, in"Kitchonor" * � � ' ' I Miss Hilda Dixon Heft yesterday to ' visit friends In .Garmangay. o � : : ,\, .', .-, .^ PERSONAL ? : ? � : : ? Miss Rlla Scnwick of Kort Steele,' Is the guest of Miss Catherine Freeman. ( K � � Judge Jackson loti luat week for the coa.st and is visllinK at J'onoka en route. a  > MIsB 11. Dairymple and Miss E. Dai-ryrnple returned ycsterdny from a two weeks visit to Uanff. �  � Mr. Frank Smith of Cnlgary is visiting'with his Bister. Mrs. David Mlino, 811 Sth Ave. south. m  m Mrs. W. .Griaedalo and daughter Laura, loft yestorduy to visit in Medicine Hat. � *  Mrs. L. C. McKinney. M.L.A., of Claresholm, Alberta, is slaying wilh ' In the very Goods you require for mid-summer wear. Read the full list, then come out Wednesday morning., v LOOK AT THIS FOR A SKIRT BARGAIN 25 stylish Wash Skirts, stripes, plain whito and natural Palm Beach. A'alues up to $5.00. Wednesday Morning, each .... $1.50 3 ONLY, JERSEY SPORT SUITS AT ALMOST HALF PRICE 3 only, Wool Jersey Suits. Colors green, rose, grey. Regular prices ?35.00. Wednesday Morning, only . . . $20.00 8-4 Heavy Bleached Sheeting WEDNESDAY MORNING per yard, 63c 70^inch Table Linen All pure Irish linen. Hard to find at any price. $1.45 White Lawn Hdkfs. For Women and Children. (I Per "dozen ' 5bc , GENTS, TAKE NOTICE', , Pure White Airywear Combination Underwear. Sleeveless and knee length. Cool and sanitary. Special per suit................. . s..., � . $1.15 Special Value in Hosiery for Wednesday Morning Women's Silk Boot Hose 69c Colors . black, white, cham-l)"agne-and tan. All sizes. Swell Silk Hosiery 93c Colors champagne, sand, grey, canary, black, white. Ail sizes. � � , _/_ Fancy Voile Blouses at $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 stripes and checks. New lines that have just arrived. Groat value. ' ing Special 40 in. Colored Dress foiks A BIG RANGE OF CHOICE COLORINGS. REGULAR 75c VALUES. SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS . There WiU Be a Lively Stir Among the Crepe de Chines 40 inch fine' Crepe do Cheno In a big range of lovely colorings. Salmon, flesh, peach, rose, sky and ivory. Wednesday a.m. - $1.39 Clearing Up the Wash Dresses Plaid ginghams, fancy chock and floral voiles and ftiular,ds. Sizes 34 to 40. " Each, $7.50. Large AUover Aprons 93c Splendid patterns, fast colors. 25 per ceM DISCOUNT HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY One-fourth off regular prices of all Boys' White Wash Suits, Little Boys' Girls and Young Men^s Straw Hats, Cloth Hats and Tweed Caps. CHILDREN'S WHITE ROMPERS 65c , GIRLS' WHITE CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c Mm. A. R. Ormsby �t "Ormscllffo." Hlic has come to Bee X\ov .son, who is In llu! R. A. F.-Toronto Globe. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tnylor returned yesterday from a week's visit In Calgary.    The many friends of Mr.i. C. 11. Wakelen will be glad In learn itho is on the road to recovery, after an operation at the Gait hospital. � � � MIsa A Moore, fornieiiy of the Nursing Mission staff is at ])resent nursing in tho Ogdeii Home in Calgary, but expects to loavi; for military duly ovorseas shortly. m m m Mrs. W. Van Home with her Utile son loft yestorduy, to her iilster in Knslo, B.C., foc'tlic siiininer. �   MIsB Knox who hn^, bticii visiting In Curmangay. bus t^turnuil to Leth-bridge- and has again t;il(i'n a poHitlon on the Nursing atjiff at tlii! Gait hospital.     Mibis Robena AndcrHnn of Kdmon-lion is on duty at the Coiivases- cent Home In Calgary and expects to go overseas shortly. .Miss Anderson lived In Lolhbrldgc for some time and lias many friends here Slio is a .si.s-tcr of I>ieul. W. Andci.^on, now overseas. �   Miss B. Nimmons left thi.s morning to visit at IMIrror Lake. 1!. V. �  k Rev. and Mrs. C. Hakc'r and family left this afternoon for S\inim(!rland, U. C, where they will s\)rni\ the summer. Mr, Arthur Grace, foniu'rlv of this city, who has been liviiiK in Lcth-bridge for the past few yi'iii-H. pas.sed through, on Saturday, on liis way to Now -York, where he pmiiosus taking up rosidonce.-Medlciiiu Hat Daily News. ;\lrs. E. Downing and little daughter Helen, are visitors in Calgary. ^ � � � The Camp Fire Giil.s of Wesley I churcli left yesterday to camp at SI. Mary's for some time.  �  Miss Ro.xie Armsfroiit; lias left for tlie Kast to take a cour.se in motor ambulance work, in prei)aration for ovor.qoas. While there she will visit Niagara Falls. Ottawa, and Toronto. At tho latter place she will visit Mrs. A. B. Ormsby.  � * Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Holman left Sunday for a tour of coast cities taking with them their grandson, Harry Baalim. mmmim GREAT DISCIPLINE GSHIP An Atlantic I'ort, .Iiily n-Lieut. Colonel Kdoiiard Leiirohon, of .Montreal, officer coniniaiullnt! \\w. troops who wore on board 'Aw. llnll Liner, the C;ity (if Vienna, when that Klcamor went iishore near bore. fit;itcs today i that many of the men lost tliclr kits,' great crrnis and In y-omf c:is(!.s all they ^ had, in llieir hfisty (ll^cmliiuiiiition of i the stranded ship. Ho says tluu the | discipline aiiiioiigst i!ie troopH was splendid. ; "When tlie ship Kinick," lie said, | "the UiUial signal of waniiiig was glvoti j by the siren and at once llic men pro-| ceeileil in an orderly niinini;r to tlieir | allotted stations. There wiis aljBu-' lately no confusion, each man remain-| ing at liiti place mull arrangcMients | for disembarkation bad been made, ; and the troops nang cheerily during that j)oriod of intense strain and anxiety." After a certain time, two l.idders of rope were lowered frijm tin; ship, ojie on each side. Lt. Colonel Deprohon supervised one ladder and Captain j lUighe.4, M.C.. of Bowmauville, Out., i watching the other. | On account of the heavy sea run- | iilng the dlsetnbarlialinii of the men | was a tedious and dangerous process. ! but no one was iiijureil. lie siieaks liiglily of the work of all his men, and of the captaiu and crew of the vesKel who were- the last to leave. Following is a list of the Canadian Expeditionary I'orce officers who were on the ship: Montreal: Lt. Col. Edou-ard Leproiion, (i.C; Captain O. W. Steele. Lieut. .1. C. Brown. Gnelph: Captain George Fi):;ier. lipwmanvllle: t;aptain K. R. lliiglies. London; Major H. W. Sims, Toronto: Lleuls. G. F. G. I^aundcr.s and L. .\l. Vounii. Winnipeg: Lieut. Bruce King. .\iagara: Ivieuts. R. G. Abner. (i. M. .\ndrew. Ottawa: Lieuts. E. A. Watson and E, A. Quiette. > > > : � ^> > : : : : > ? > The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Hyssop, COii Kith Street north on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross Sewing. The garden party which was to have been held under the auspices of the Rod Cross on Mrs. Delay's lawn at Hardieville and which was postponed on account of bad weather, will be ly^ld tomorrow, Wednesday, July 10. Cars will meet tho terminus of the street car line at 7.30 for the convenience of those attoiiding. � u � Knox church is holding-Jhe Sunday school picnic tomorrow. Cars will leave the church at 3 o'clock to go to tho Experimental Ftirin. * * * The Next-of-Kin will meet at two o'clock on Wednesday, July 17, to go to Henderson Park, for their picnic. � a a Tho Daughters and JIalds of England win not meet on Wednesday evening, as stated in last night's issue. Announcement will appear later. Tho annual Sunday school picnic of St. Cyprian'3 churcli Is to be held tomorrow, (Wednesday, July 10th) at tho river bottom. Arrangements have been niado to tako all baskets and smaller scholars of the school to the grounds. Rigs leave tl\e cljurch at 2 p.m. sharp, returning at 9 p.m. Games and amusements provided. Hot water for tea provided on grounds. Parents uro asked to come and enjoy the afternoon with tho cliildren. The shortest route to the grounds Is. down the coulee at the end of 10th Avenue." � �  >> :� WEDDINGS : : > ? ? *> ? ? � : ? ? : ? > CUSATOR-^AHLRN A marriage of Interest to Lethbridge-people took place on Wednesday, July 3, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ahlen at flleveland, N.D., when their daughter Judith Mary, was united in marriage to James Cusutor, only son of Mrs. Cusator and the lato Mr. Cus-ator of Jamestown, N. D. Mr. Arthur Ahlen brother of the bride being the grooms man and Miss SIbellu Cusator, sister of the groom being bridesmaid. The bride was given away by her father and was uttlrod in a truvelllng suit of navy blue and wore a hand embroidered " blouse of palest grey georgette and poke shaped hat of pale grey faced with pale pink georgette. She had a corsinge bouquet of white bride roses and pink sweet peas. The bridesmaid was becomingly attired In blue crepe do cihono anil georgette and wore n corsage bouquet of pink roses. . Rev. Phillips of First Presbyterian church of Jamestown performed the ceren)ony which took place In a novel manner beneath a boll of bride roses, the place being a bower of roses. Tho rooms were also beautifully decorated In white ribbon, asparagus ferns and Bweet peas, carnations and roses in pink and white. A buffet luncheon was served after tho cerfemony and waS presided over by Mrs, Arthur Ahlen, .assisted b.v Mrs. Herman Ahlen and Mrs. Elbert Gilmer, sister-in-law of the bride, . _ The Urido and groom left by motor tor'Fnrgo, N. D., and from there will proceoil .to .Detroit .Lakeai. Mlnuosota and the Twin cUIob, returning, the drat of August to Clovolond, whore they will bo-nt home to their friends 00 MWi^^ lo. Ti)l( marrt��e v.utte'1 Washington, July 9.-By a vote of 7 to 3 the senate commerce committee today ordered a favorable report without further hearings, on the house resolution, authorizing the president to take over telegraph, telephone, cable and radio lines durinq the war. Washington. July !1.-With the resolution authorizing the president to take over telegraph, telephone, cable and radio systems during the war baclt in the hands of the inter-state commerce committee, the senate was expected to renew its fight today for disposal of the resolution. Administration leaders in the senate planned to make an effort to avoid ^'xtended committee hearings while opposition leaders declared they would demand that the committee investigate the measure thoroughly as to its necessity and effects befqre reporting it. In brief the situation In the senate as far as the status of the resolution is concerned, was today exactly as it was when that body convened yesterday. ? > .;.;. � two of the oldest families In the locality, tho bride and groom being well known In business circles, and the groom being a member of the First State Bank and also a popular member of company H Militia of North Dakota, being dlBcharged through Illness. Mlas Ahlen was well known in Leth-brldgo, h^vlpg visited for acme time Tttth Mrs. D, Bftker of this city. WONDERFUL AY At The Bay WON'DERFVTL-because of the great bargains offered and the opportunities of savings it affords. Wednesday being a .half-holiday, we tiuite realize that to crowd a full day's business into 4V4 hotirs selling, we must offer some really WCVDERFUL luducemcntH to tempt yeu to come to'the store. . Read the following items over carefully-compare them with the prices prevailing and which you have been lately paying and we think our object will be attained. BUT REMEMBER-these are only a very brief summary of tlie many inducements we i:ouid advance. Come to the store WEDNESDAY and let ns show you the others. ' READ OUR PRICES ON CONGOLEUM RUGS below. It is positively your last opportunity of securing one of these at sucli a price. Compare the prices .with those prevailing elsewhere-then act. Wednesday is your last and only chance. "THE SNAP OF SNAPS" IN VOILE WAISTS These are warehouse samples -never been handled-all perfectly fresh goods and there are no two alike, which means you can have an exclusive waist. They are beautifully embroidered and trimmed, some with Guipure lace and in a variety of styles. Lot No. 1-Values to i ;i.7.''). AVednosday Special l*