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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, Jt.JLY 11, 1!M8 TIIE LirrHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE ELEVEN ? : : .;. .;. Mrs. William Oliver and Ilttlo son roturnod yoatordiiy afternoon from visiting Jn CarnuuiKny. � � * Mr. Prank Hodley has roturnod from visiting at tUe coast. *  � Mlas I-Iuntlcy and Mr K. McGregor o[ Granura were viHiting friends in the city yfepterday. Miss AmoUa Bruce arrived In the clt)f from tlio coast early in tho week. Miss Asliton who liaa boon 111 at tho Gait ho.spital Is tho guest of Mrs. J. Davidson during her conviilescence. n m m Mrs. Fred Konny and family left on Wednesday to visit Mr. Kenny'.i niolli or In Victoria.    Mrs. H. Macbeth and Miss Joan are visiting. In Medicine Hat with the former's mother, Mrs. Unssett. m m � J. ii. Jamieson, Asst. Supt. of the C. P. R. at Fort William, la a guest today of hia brother, C F. .lanileaon, barrister Mr. .lumloBon Is woll knov,-n here, having some years ago boon u member of tho Mounted Police. , ... Mrs. II. li, Miu'ltay hnd her father Mr. Oarrow, also Mrs. Patterson and her son, loft today to spend a month at pnnfl'. Mr. R. n. MacKay and Mr. Patterson are leaving on. Saturday by motor to join them there  �  Mrs. P. A. Dunn and children wlio have been visiting In tho city tor two weeks have returned to their liome in Medicine Hat. * * " Mr. G.ll. Cronkhlln la n Ijuslneas visitor in tlio city today Wlion be returns to hia homo at Orion on Friday he win be accompanied by hia Ilttlo granddaughter. Miss Besaio Lovnrlng, wlio will vlalt for a fortnight with her friends in that .vicinity. Mrs. M. McMoekin left on Tucaday for Toronto, to see her son John, wlio was recently Injured In a crash at the Royal Air Force at Camp Borden and la in tho General Hospital in Toronto. She Intends remaining until ho is well enough to travel when he will return home with her. Miss Mc Meekin of ,the Galf Iio.spltal expects to Join her later. With the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Pain Rev. Oliver-L. Curtis has returned from attending (ho convention of the Christian church at Erskine and reports a^'aplendld convention with a largo number in attendance. . A good heavy program for the ensuing year was mapped out. A fact worthy of note was the splendid way in which $2,ono was raised for tho work of tho Christian church In Alberta In about any kiuu oi a cum j.L, uu , l'""' nilnntea, and in a very .short time lifted right out with the nnqer.s If vou ] was incroaaed to $3,0G0, which was will apply directly upon the corn a few j more than was asked for. Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kiuilof a corn can ahortiy be dropa of freezouc, says a Cincinnati authority. It Is claimed that at small coat one can get a tiuarter of an ounce of freci!-ono at 'nny drug store, which la sulll-clent to rid one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness or tho danger of Infection. This new drug Is an other compound, ind while sticky, dries the moment It Is appUccl.and does not Inflame or even Irritate the purrounding tissue. This announcement will Intcrp"! ' many w.omon here, for It Is said lii tho proaent; higli-heol footwear is put ting , corns on practically ev.^ry wonia'B'8 feet.-Advertisement. : � > : : �: > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? � O > > : : : * : : : : � > � ? : > The Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. K. will hold their regular monthly meeting in tho K. P. hall Friday evening at eight o'clock sharp. A full at-tcndaaco Is refiuestcd as important business Is to bo discussed.  � � Some splendidly covered parasols, the work of tho Girls' Auxiliary, are I now on display In the city and are an example of the excellent work the girls have boon doing In connection with the Sanitarium at Frank. Tho girls are taking up thi.i work witli groat onthuRlasm and tlio i)roceod.s of tho berry drive next Wednesday are also to go tu that Institution. It Is hoped that everyone In the clfy will turn out for tho event. �   Mrs. Carter's section of the Jio bokahs will meet at her Iiome l6ls ;!rd Ave. norlli on Friday evning at o'clock. �   The O. E. S. will moot Friday afternoon for sowing in the Red Cross Rooms.   � Xoxt Wednesday, July 17, tho Girla' Auxiliary are holding a berry drive. Thia novel event will consist of a drive to ami from the Experimental Farm, where Ice cream, cake and strawberries will bo for sale. Ah tho proceeds of this are to go towards the Frank Sanitarium it js hoped that this will be liberally patronized. Tho cars will leave the Royal Bank corner at seven o'clock. Tickets are on sale at all the drug stores or may be obtained from the members of the Girls' Auxiliary. -  �� Tho Next-ot-KIn are holding a picnic at Battery Point on "Wednesday, July 17. The members will meet at the Coaldrftc corner at 2 p.m. Mrs. Stevens section of the Rebek-abs will meet with the executive at the home of Mrs. MacEachern, J22.5 Gth Ave. S. at 8 o'clock Friday evening. m  m The regular meeting of the Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41, will bo held tonight Thursday at 8 o'clock in the I. 0. O. F. hall. Installation of officers will take place and visiting sisters welcome m m m The Lethbridge Red Cross acknowledge with thanks eight pairs of ."^ock from the Watts Lllllevlew Red Cross. �   ? SOCIAL EVENTS 0 � � 0���0�9�C>�0 � � � � � About 30 cars drove out to tho Experimental Farm yesterday afternoon the occasion being the Knox church Sunday school picnic. A most enjoyable timo was spent on the beautiful grounds which surround the iioino of Mr. and Mrs. Fajrtlqld.' Games and sporlH of all kl*fl9 y/irn Indulged In and were keeiw' enjoyed,, Isj' nnthu.s-iastlc contostatftll. A dellKliiftil outdoor supper followed the afternoon's enjoyment, tho'iuesW luoi.orlng home hi tho cool of the ovcnhiK. �  � ' Mlas Stoltze ehttirtained a number of tho young people of die city yeator-day at a delightfully informal afternoon in honor of Uer guest, Mrs. Frns-or, of Minneapolis. � *  The Sunday 'school plinii- of the Ghrlatian church was lifld yoslorday afternoon at Hendoraon Par); and was well attended, about fifiy l>nlng present. .Everyone had ji splendid lime, and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent onlhd lake boiUiiiK and In various other ways. A jolly picnic .Hup-per concluded a aplemlid afternoon's entertainment, at whicb everyone thoroughly enjoyed ili'iti.sehos. . � � Another enjoyable iiiinic which took place yesterday was lliat, held by St. Cyprian's Sunday school on the Island at the river bottom. (';irs conveyed the picnicers to tho clio.'^cn .ipot where baseball games, ' ..... scrambles, races and sports of all kinds were thoroughly enjoyed. An iiilcrehrting pari of tho afternoon was tlie demonstration by the Olrl Guides of their work in First Aid, while llif Boy. Sqouls gave a splendid dcmonatratlon of tracking. Supper was served In individual groups, tho liiippy crowd returning by car in the evening. weddings ? , .> .: 4. : .: .;. > �: : ;� Mc.COY-MESSKXGUR Yesterday, July 10. at Knox church the marriage was ciuietly solemnized j of ',Miss Myrna Alexes Mpssenger of � Taber and Mr. Flee M(f:oy. Rev. W. F. Burns performing the ceremony. Immediately after the (-ereiiiony Mr. and Mrs. McCoy left lor the east to visit at the bride's home in Kingston, Nova Scotia, and imo-' their return will reside at Chin. Tlie bride was formerly tt teacher in Taber and baa many friends there wlio join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. McCoy great happi- uesa in their new life.  *  ANDERSON'-BRUCE On Monday, July S, Miss Amelia Bruce and Mr. John Anderson were quietly united In marriage. Bishop Geo. W. Green performing ihu ceremony. The bride and groom left in the afternoon for their residence at Chin, ' ; C' ; ? ? camp-fire news' ? >! ? ! > ? ? ' !* * ^* 'S* BIGGER AND THE SALE THAT 10 PER CENT. OFF ALL SILKS BETTER THAN EVER LEADS THEjM ALL X H E RUMMAGE SALE AT RYLANDS' THEi SALE THAT LEADS THEM ALL Our big Rummage Sale got away with a flying start yesterday. Many satisfied customers are scattering the news broadcast today of the host of bargains at Ry-lands'. This is your sale. A real sale. A sale where prices tell the story. CHILDREN'S DRESSES LADIES' COMBINAT'NS Ladies' Knitted Combinations in good fitting loose knee stylo. Trimmed .with fancy edging. Regular 75c, SSc value. CQ^ Rummage Sale,......... 0�/C CAMBRIC 42 Inch, Plain white, sheer em-  broidery cambric tor underwear,, night drosses or any purpose where a fine whito cambric is required. I^egular 55c. A(\f Rummage Sale ......... TvC SHEETING 72 inch. Plain white sheeting, free from dressing or filling, full double bod width. Valuo that wo cannot repeat on. Regular 90c. Rummage '7C Sale ................... fOC PRINTS and GINGHAMS Thousands of yards of light and dark print andi gingham. Real English goods and good fast cqlors. It will pay you to stock up on these. *?9�� Rummage Sale ......... �i�tC EXTRA SPECIAL Wash Skirts 60 only Wash Skirts. Made of good quality white material. Neat patch pockets and trimmed with large buttons. Good value at $2.00. RUMMAGE SALE 95 cents 50 only, plain and fancy gingham dresso.t for children, assorted sizes and colors. All new stock. Regular $1.25, QC^* Rummage Sale......... cfvC CHILDREN'S ROMPERS A big full assortment of children's rompers In crepe and gingham. Many dltforent styles to choose from. Values up to CC^ !)0c. Rummage Sale.....vvC CORSETS We have always made mf leader of corsets. This line Is far ubovo'tho average sale special. Warner and D. & A. makes. Good , materials. Values up to  /�A $3.00. Rummage Sale ... 1*0U FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 100 pairs only of good flan-nolotte blankets. Full double bed size. Tho quality Is the best. Fawn shade with colored border. Regular ?3,60. Rummage Sale ..,, 2.50 OUR PRICES MAKE OUR SALE 15 PER CENT. OFF ALL 15 PER CENT. OFF SILK DRESSES SERGE DRESSES Rylands & Co. Razzle-dazzle, Hobble Gobble Zezz, boom, bah. Wesley Camp-fire : Hurrah! hurrah! ^ After spending.all day'Monday sol-ting up tent.s ,nid making beds, wo proceeded to bed, but alas-not to leep-having forgotten the hoe with which to dig a hole for hips and shoulders. The night dragged wearily on and morning dawned upon the sleepy camp. Tiiesday, our second day at camp, consisted of a long hike over high hills and over cut banks. In the afternoon swimming In the river. In tho evening our camp was the scene of many visitors. Notable among them being "Uiiele Tom" who swears he will wear a bathing suit the next time he comes-having been overcome by the girls. At eleven p.m. two new guardians were Initiated by th^ girls, having to slide down a steep buthank, which was at on angle of 00 degrees. ; Wednesday opened with same pro-ceotUpgs as the previous morning. In the afternoon wo entertained the Boy Scouts. At 7.30 In a game of basketball, the girls defeated tho boys 14-1, but much to our disgust the 'game of baseball proved disastrous-"slightly"- being 43 to 8 in favor of the Boy Scouts^ Tho only thing which dampened tho splrlt.s of the 'lay was an accident which happened to our cook-but luckily our first aid Instructor was on the scene. Tho cook is now feeling fine-ready for a big day. Wesley Camp Plre Girls. e t * :� ? : * ? ? > > > GENERAL .> > .;. ; >> > {.>: : Friends In tho city have received tlie following loiter from Del McQueen, formerly of the Herald staff: n Battery, C. R. A.., MUford Camp, WItley, Surrey. June 16th, 1918. I suppose you will be surprised to hoar ffom mo from this country. I saw a bunch of Heralds tonight, which gave me tho idea of writing. Saw your. article from Lewis Cascadden and Freeman. Those two went over to France a month ago. What he says about the v. M. C. A is certainly the truih. Many of tho follows think that the "Y" is grafting, but tho II. C. of L. over bore is ro-BPonslblQ for the notorious prices of eats. We � spend our dough � on "sweets" which urn scarce and hence the price. Tho "Y" does good work through entertaining the bbys. We have coucerta lAVlce a week and writing rooms, paper suppllod. When on leave In the big burg the "Y" looks uC-tor you. Their tours' of London affords the Iravollor every convenience. They have'guides who do nothing but take us around. We have a good time here in England. Tho country Is certainly a treat for a westerner and I oiijojr it very much. It is practically the same for beauty as Gait Gardons. We never know when we are in a town^or the country. The camp sports a live baseball league, and the cloa^ of baseball li kood. We have' (i, good te(w in OV battery. Other linos of sport flour-Ish, All kinds of field and tract events ure contestod. every other v/ook. lu tact, headquarters, seem to OUR SPECIAL 2 HOURS SELLING EVENTS ARE UNDOUBTEDLY PROVING TO BE the sen; OF OUR july clearance sale they keep the store thronged from the opening to the closing of the doors, and serve, as was our intention, as a splendid introduction to the other thou-sand and one bargains on display on our tables, ARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THEM? BELOW ARE TABULATED FRIDAY'S OFFERINGS. DON'T MISS THEM! no phone or c.o.d. orders for these specials. ! t f    a.m. BEDROOM RUGS 30 only, Rodroom Rugs. Will wash and clean well. Colors are pink and white, bine and while, green and whito, brown and white. Regular ?2.25. No Phone or C.O.D. Orders for This Special. From IQa.m. to 12 MEN'S SUITS Your choice of any $30.00 Men's Suit in our store at a saving you cannot afford to ignore. No reservation-no best numbers hidden away-your choice absolutely. No Phone Orders op CCD,' for This Special. Any Suit From 12 ^r 2 P-T- CHILD'S SUMMER WASH DRESSES Only 7Sc to keep your girl cool and comfortable, as well as presenting a smart appearance, Mndo of fast colored prints In a big range of patterns and coloring, in sizes from 2 to 12 years old. The regular price runs up to $1.75. No Phone Orders or C.O.D, for This Special. 78c each From 2 to 4 p-T- CHILDREN'S BOOTS ThesQ are made of good stout box calf In bltlcher style. Extra special all leather soles, very, strong .and durable.i In sizes 11 to 2. Our shoe dopartmbnt has excelled itself la this at No Phone or C.O.D. Orders for This Special. $2.19 Per pair From 4 to 0 p.m. WASH SILK 5 pieces of Wash.Silk, 36 Incnos wide in five different colors. The regular price Is $1.75 ya^d.^ We have listed some wonderful bargains during our sale, but this is positively a winner. You 'Will say ao when-you see it. . �� ' No Phone Orders or C.O.Di 'for. This Special. Per yard Am Extraorlnairy Grocery Special SUN14GHT OR LIFEBUOY SOAP 10 Bars for 65c COMPARE WITH WHAT YOU PAY ELSEWHERE-ALL. No Phone or CCD .brders for This Special. �THAT'S do everything to encourage the boys and give them special privileges. La-;rosse is also played. I see tho Mounted Battalion Is on Its way over here. They revived recruiting a lot. Am a trench mortar gunner, some say tho worst part of tho artillery, others say as good as any and some wouldn't bo in anything else. Will have to wait to see for myself. Expect to be In France before long. Yours, n. McQueen, PRELATE DEAD Montreal, July 11.-Montlgnor Wilbrod Cle'ophas Martin, domestic prelate to the Pope and procurator archdeacon of the urch-dloeese of Montreal, died yesterday at the archbishop's palace here after several months' III- D'SSS, He was born at St.. Cyphrlan, Que., In 1861 and had been for thirty-sU years connected with 9t. Jamat Cathedral in this city. STOPPED BY SUB. Victoria, n.C, July 11.--The Iinlon of Canadian MunlclpaMlles this morn-' ing olecled .Mayor Costello of Calgary, as its president, for the forthcoming term over Alderman Robert Ryan of Three Rivera, Qu?., who was first vice president last year. Tho following officers were chosen unonlmouBly; Vigat vico president-Mayor Boti-chard, St. Hy^cinthe; Que; second vice, president, Mayor'"Todd,' VIotoria:; third vlco president, Mayor Fisher. W. D. Llghthall, K.C., was again sol^ ectod as honorary eecrotarv and G. S. Wilson elected as asslatant scgrotary. London, July 11,-A German ' .submarine yesterday, stopped the, NorweBian steamer Hank In Norwegian territorial waters, placing a'prize crew on board of her and started southwards, says an Exchange Telegraph - dispatch from Copenhaoen today, A Norwegian torpedo boat went In pursuit and overtook the steamer. Upon this, adds the message, the prize crew was taken back on the submarine and the steamer returned to a Norwegian port, _---. ' . ,1 i VETOES IT Washington, July President ' Wilson today vetoed the rewlu-' tlon adopted by congreii last Waak . extending the time In which ths ' railroad administration might r� ', cd In the Federal �yat�n>< . ;