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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 1918 LttTHBItinGE 0ATLV HRRALD MILADI PAGE ELEVEN o PERSONAL William Oliver and llttlo son raturned yesterday afternoon from visiting Jn Frank Hedloy has returned from visiting at the Miss Huntley and McGregor of Qranum were visiting friends in the city Mfgs Amelia Bruce arrived in the city from the coast early in the Miss Ashton who has been ill at the Qalt hospital is tho guest of Davidson during her o Fred Kenny and family left on Wednesday to visit Kennys moth er in Macbeth and Miss Jean are in Medicine Hat with the for mers of the at Fort is a guest With the Fingers Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Pain j Sore hard soft corns or any of a corn can shortly be lifted tight out with the fingers if yon will apply directly upon the corn a few dropa says a Cincinnati It is claimed that at small cost ono can get a quarter of an ounce of freez one at any drug which is suffi cient to rid ones feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness or the danger of This new drug Is an ether and while dries the moment it Is does not inflame or even purrounding This announcement will interest 1 many women for it is said ti the preBejntr hshheel footwear is put ting on practically eviry today of his C barrister Jamloson is well known having some years ago boon a member of the Mounted Bk Mackay tmd her father also Patterson and her left today to spend a month at MacKay and Patterson are leaving Saturday by motor to Join them there Dunn and children who have been visiting In the city for two weeks have returned to their homo in Medicine Cronlthito Is a business vis itor in the city today When he re turns to his home at Orion on Friday ho will be accompanied by his little Miss Bessie who will visit for a fortnight with her friends in that m m McMeekln left on Tuesday for to see her son who was recently injured in a crash at the Royal Air Force at Camp Borden and is in the General Hospital In Tor She intends remaining until he is well enough to travel when ho will return home with Miss Me Mcekin of Galf hospital expects to Join her Oliver Curtis has returned from attending the convention of tho Christian church at Erskine and re ports splendid convention with a large number in A good heavy program for tho ensUing year was mapped A fact worthy of note was the splendid way in which was raised for the work of the Christian church in Alberta in about 15 and in a very short time was increased to which was more than was asked o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Major Jack Ross Chapter will hold their regular monthly meeting in the hall Friday even ing at eight oclock A full at tendance is requested as important business is to be t Some splendidly covered the work of the Girls are now on display in the city and are an example of the excellent work the girls have bden doing In connection with the Sanitarium Thn girls are taking Up this work with great enthusiasm and the proceeds of the berry drive next Wednesday are also to go to that It is hoped that everyone in the city will turn out for tho Carters section of the Re bekahs will meet at her Tiome ftlS 3rd north on Friday evning at 8 Tho will meet Friday after noon for sewing in the Red Cross Next July the Girls Auxiliary are holding a berry This novel event will consist of a drive to from the Experimental where ice cake and strawber ries will be for As the proceeds of this are to go towards the Frank Sanitarium it js hoped that this will be liberally The cars will leave the Royal Bank corner at seven Tickets are on sale at all the drug stores or may be obtained from the members of the Girls The NextofKIn are holding a picnic at Battery Point on July The members will meet at the Coaldffle corner at 2 Stevens section of the Rebek ahs will meet with the executive at the home of 1225 6th at 8 oclock Friday The regular meeting of the Domin ion Rebekah Lodge will be held tonight Thursday at 8 oclock in the Installation of offi cers will take place and visiting sis ters welcome The Lethbridge Red Cross ack nowledge with thanks eight pairs of sock from the Watts Lillieview Red grounds which surround tho borne of Games and a jBfero indulged In edvbj onthus A delightful out ed Tthn afternoons motoring home s port a of all and were fce lastlc contests dttor tupper the in the cool of tlte Minn Stoltze isnldrtaliied a number of tho young people of the city yester day at a delightfully informal after noon in honor of her Fras of The Sunday picnic of the Christian churdh was hold yesterday afternoon at Henderson Hark and was well about fifty being pres had a and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent the1 lake boiitim und In var ious other A jolly picnic sup per concluded a uplcndid afternoons at which everyone thoroughly enjoyed Another enjoyable picnic which took place yesterday was that held by Cyprians Sunday school on the Island at the river sirs conveyed the picnicers to the chosen spot where baseball races and sports of all kinds were thor oughly An interesting part of the afternoon was tlm demonstrat ion by the Girl Guldos of their work in First while thn Scouts gave a splendid demonstration of Supper was served In in dividual the happy crowd re turning by car in the WEDDINGS o MESSENGER July at Knox church the marriage was quietly solemnized of Miss Myrna Alexes Messenger of Taber and Flee Burns performing the Immediately after the ceremony and McCoy left for the east to visit at the brides home in Nova and nnoi their return will reside at The bride was formerly a teacher in Taber and has many friends there who join in wish Ing and McCoy great happi ness in their new BRUCfe On July Miss Amelia Bruce and John AndersSh were quietly united in Bishop Green performing thrf cere The bride and groom left in the afternoon for their residence at SOCIAL EVENTS About 30 cars drove out to the Ex perimental Farm yesterday afternoon the occasion being the Knox church Sunday school A most enjoy able time was spent on the beautiful BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER THE SALE THAT LEADS THEJM 10 PER OFF ALL SILKS RUMMAGE SALE AT RYLANDS THE SALE THAT LEADS THEM ALL Our big Rummage Sale got away with a flying start Many satisfied customers are scattering the news broadcast today of the host of bargains at Ry This is your A real A sale where prices tell the LADIES COMBINATNS Ladies Knitted Combinations in good fitting loose knee Trimmed with fancy Regular CA Rummage C CAMBRIC 42 Plain sheer em broidery cambric for night dresses or any purpose where a fine white cambric is re Regular Rummage Sale SHEETING 72 Plain white free from dressing or full double bed Valuo that we cannot repeat Reg ular Rummage j C Sale PRINTS and GINGHAMS Thousands of yards of light and dark print and Real English goods and good fast It will pay you to stock up on Rummage Sale EXTRA SPECIAL Wash Skirts 60 only Wash Made of good quality white Neat patch pockets and trimmed with large Good value at RUMMAGE SALE 95 cents CHILDRENS DRESSES 50 plain and fancy ging ham dresses for assort ed sizes and All new Regular Rummage Sale CHILDRENS ROMPERS A big full assortment of child rens rompers in crepe and ging Many different styles to choose Values up to Rummage DOC CORSETS We have always made aC lead er of This line is far nbovothe average sale Warner and Good Values up to JJA Rummage Sale FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 100 pairs only of good flan nelette Full double bed Tho quality is the Fawn shade with colored Regular n Rummage OUR PRICES MAKE OUR SALE 15 PER OFF ALL SERGE DRESSES 15 PER OFF SILK DRESSES Rylands CAMPFIRE NEWS o Hobble Gobble Wesley Campfire Hurrah hufrah After spending dayMonday set ting up tents and making we proceeded to but to forgotten hoe with which to dig a hole for and The night dragged wearily on and morning dawned upon the sleepy our second day at consisted of a long hike over high hills and over cut In the af ternoon swimming in the In the evening our camp was the scene of many Notable among them being Uncle Tom who swears he will wear u bathing suit the next time he been overcome by the At eleven two new guardians were Initiated by the having to slide down a steep which was at an angle of no Wednesday opened with same pro cjeedings as the previous In the afternoon we entertained the Boy At in a game of the girls defeated the boys but much to our disgust the game of baseball proved being 43 to 8 in favor of the Boy The only thing which dampened the spirits of the day was an accident which happened to our luckily our first aid instructor was on the The cook is now feeling for big Wesley Camp Fire GENERAL Friends In the city have received the following letter from Del Mc formerly of the Herald staff B Miltord June I suppose you will be surprised to hear from me from this I saw a bunch of Heralds which gave me the idea of Saw article from Lewis Cascadden and Those two went over I to France a month What he says about the is certainly the Many of the fellows think that the Y Is but the of over hero is re sponsible for the notorious prices of We spend our dough on sweets which urn scarce and hence the Tho Y does good work through entertaining the We have concerts twice a week and writ ing paper When on leave In the big burg the Y looks ut ter Their tours of London af fords the traveller every They haveguides who do nothing but take us We have a good time here in The country is certainly a treat for a westerner and 1 enjoy it very It is practically the same for beauty as Gait We never know when we are in a or the The camp sports a live baseball and the of baseball It We have good teum in OVT Other Hues of sport flour All kinds of field and tract events are contested every other la headquarters seem OUR SPECIAL 2 HOURS SELLING EVENTS ARE UNDOUBTEDLY PROVING TO BE THE SENSATION OF OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE THEY KEEP THE STORE THRONGED FROM THE OPENING TO THE CLOSING OF THE AND AS WAS OUR AS A SPLENDID INTRODUCTION TO THE OTHER THOU SAND AND ONE BARGAINS ON DISPLAY ON OUR ARE YOU TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THEM BELOW ARE TABULATED FRIDAYS DONT MISS THEM NO PHONE OR ORDERS FOR THESE From BEDROOM RUGS 30 Bedroom Will wash and clean Colors are pink and blue and green and brown and Reg ular No Phone OP Orders for This Special From IU to MENS SUITS Your choice of any Mens Suit in our store at a Raving you cannot afford to No reser best numbers hidden choice No Phone for This Any Suit From 12to 2 pn CHILDS SUMMER WASH DRESSES Only 78c to keep your girl cool and as well as present ing a smart appearance of fast colored prints in a big range of patterns and in sizes from 2 to 12 years The regular price runs to No Phone Orders or for This 78c each From to 4 pm CHILDRENS BOOTS These are made of good stout box calf in blucher Extra special all leather strong and In sizes 11 to Our shoe department has excelled itself in this at No Phone or for This Per pair From 4 to D P WASH SILK 5 pieces of 36 Jncnes wide in five different Thn regular price is We have listed some wonderful bargains dur ing our but this is positively a You will say so jrou see No Phone Orders or This Per yard Extraordinary Grocery Special SUNLIGHT OR LIFEBUOY SOAP 10 Bars for 65c COMPARE WITH WHAT YOU PAY No Phone or for This do everything to encourage the boys and give them special La crosse is also I see the Mounted Battalion is on its way over They revived re cruiting ii Am a trench mortar some say the worst part of the others say as good us any and some wouldnt be in anything Will have to wait to see for Ex pect to be In France before PRELATE DEAD July Wilbrod Cleophas domes tic prelate to the Pope and pro curator archdeacon of the urcli dlMese of died yester day at the archbishops palace here after several months III was born at in 1861 and had been for thirtysix years connected with Cathedral In July Union of Canadian Municipalities this morn ing elected Mayor Costello of Cal as its for the forth coming term over Alderman Robert Ryan of Three who was first vice president The following officers were chosen unanimously vice Bou Que second vice Mayor Victoria third vice Mayor was again sel ected as honorary eecretarv and Wilson elected as assistant STOPPED BY July German yesterday stopped the Norwegian steamer Hank In wegian territorial placing a prize crew on board of her and started says an Ex change Telegraphdispatch from Copenhagen A Norwegian torpedo boat went in pursuit and overtook the Upon thiSi adds the the prize crew was taken back on the submarine and the steamer returned to a Nor wegian VETOES IT July Wilson today vetoed the reaxlui tlon adopted by congress aft week extending the time In which the railroad administration might re linquish control of ntt ed In the Federal ;