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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rnipAYj JULY 12, vm rllli .Ui'l. DAILY Hl!:hALD PAGE NINE n .> � !> ,. ,AFTBB ALU ? > # 'i � � ? � > �� 4i  * ? 4" ? ? Wo take our; share of fretting, Of ({rIevlnK'and forgetting; Tlio paths nro'often rough and steep, and hfiodlcas feot may fall; But yot the daya arc cheery. And somehpw.thls old planet la a good world after all. TholpKh sharp may bo our trouVjle, The joys are more than douhle, The bravo Surpass the cowards and the leal are like-a wall; To guard.thoir dearest ever, To tall the feeblest never; And Bomehow this old earth remains a bright world after all. � , i* There's always love that's caring, And shielding and forbearing, Coar woman's lo'vo to hold us close and.keep our hearts in thrall. There's'homo to share, together In calm' or stormy weather, And while the earth-flame burns It is a good world after all. The lisp of children's voices. The chance ,of happy choices, Tho bugle eounds of hope and faith through fogs and mists that call; The heaven that stretches o'er us, The better day^ before us, They all jComblne to make this earth a gbod world after all. -Margaret Elizabeth Sangster.  � � : ; ? ? ? > PERSONAL : -> ? ? .; > ? A : : � ? � > -i Inspectofl. Piper left yesterday afternoon for'Edmontoi. ci �  Mlaa M. JI. Herringer left yesterday afternoon to visit friends in .Macleod. Mrs, Harry Munroe is returning tq night from spending a holiday In Banff. \ Jlrs. G. Robei.ts froni. Coutts, is a visitor with her sister, Mrs. \V. H. Fairfield. .  . k  "Mrs. C. A. 0urti8_ has arrived in the city and Is; the gue'st^df Dr, and Mrs Rivers. .%(,,'� .1.. . ti.A- .. � Miss Thelrta Muir of Medicine Hat Is visiting h�r eister, Mrs. W. G. Muir, Seventh street. m m m Mrs. A. Begin of Domers, Montana, is visiting in the city Avith her parents, 622 12th St. South.- � � � Miss Helen McKIUop is leaving today to'visit with her sister, Mrs James M'cCaig at'Edmeri'on. . ' .  "I Mr. and Mrs. J. ICoopman, Albert Koopraap. and George Warrack of Medicine Hat were motor visitors In Lothbrldg^ loet week.-'   Miss Hilda Dixon left this afternoon for Winnipeg to,Join her brother and sister in that city, and will make her residence there,In future. -  Mrs. G. J. Kemm, accompanied by her scMi Harold loft on Wednesday to visit her daughter'In HardUty will Calgary on route.. � and =5? Mrs. Swarti of '^^ictoria, who has been a -visitor In the city, llio guest ot Mr. and! Mrs. A, O. Gear for some time, has gone to Raley to visit.   � *  -> , SOCIAL EVENT! CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : ? :� > * : : : : > The Central W.C.T.U. will meet tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock in Wesley Ladies'- parlor. iVtembers please bring thimbles for Red Cross sowing. �  � ' Tho Aquatic chib are 'holding a picnic, followed by a dance at the boat house on .Monday evening next. All members aiid their friends are welcome. -> .... 4.i � ,  . ,� , The following articles were ship pod from the Lothbrldge Red Croia to Calgary, .luly 10. GO suits pajamas, 1B5 blnderi, 42 wash .cloths, 50 nurses' aprons, 119 pillow slips, 54 sheets, 90-trench caps, 204 wn'eh cloths, 18 surgical shirts, 90 day shirts, 96 manytailed bandages, 84 bed pan covers. 144 P. Prop, bags, 'C.S khaki slings, 42 bath"" towels, 570 handkerchiefs, 12 pneumonia jackets, 72 T. bandages, 30 surgical stock Ings, 120 towels, 168 pair socks, 12 operating gowns. Total 220o articles. Mrs. McKillop., Mrs, Stewart. ,   a > > > .> c> ?�> -s- ? Thursday: After rising at the unearthly hour ot 0 a.m. for the purpose ot making pancakes for breakfast, the cooks were greatly overcome on finding two empty milk palls. Breakfast was delayed but as the rest ot the camp forgot to get up,''this was overlooked. Halt a dish pan full of beans was put to' soak the night before, which resulted in two dish pans full tho next morning. They were put to cook in a beau hole-but the crock caved in and the beans disappeared, The Missionary Society came out in tho afternoon, bringing a trailer full ot eatables. After a sumptuous repast, two camp teams played basketball, resulting in a score of 11. to 2. Tho whole camp participated in a midnight parade, which ended our escapades for tho day. To be continued. Wesley Camp Fire Girls. 4 -that's why you'll enjoy the.refreshments we serve. 1  II I'/r . t .1 Our sundaes, ices and sodas are different for they are prepared Witk, pure fruit flavors. Our service i? the kind that you'll appreciate. -Wheri you're downtown on a shopping tour drop . in here arid epjoy a palatable light luncheon at our fountain. � '. ^ -Men and women who,don't care for heavy food at; noon and who want a lunch, will dfellght in t\i% da'li\ty, sandwiches andT)aBt^ rles whloh we always have ready to servo. Hundreds^ of persons overy day epjoy our tempting dished." Nothing but the best led creamv Ices, crushed fruits, juices and foods are served, �Y GROWTH OFAOVENIISIS Lacombe,- July 12.-Tho president's annual address to the Adventist conference today showed steady growth the. past year In all lines of Seventh-day .Adventist work. The. notable keynote sermon ot' the convention last nigh} called for study ot 'the Scriptures and obedience to Godi and the T3ible as a means to higher patriotism -as the supreme duly of every Individual just now. Dr. Marr of the Canadian Bible Society, Calgary, is announced to address the convention soon because of tho special Interest of Seventh Day Adventlsts in , the circulation of the Bible. Tho theme of last night's keynote sermon may be expressed In the 'following sentence quoted from Justice Brewer, "He is the best patriot who studies the Bible most and teaches It to others." BOS THIRD AVEf^UE SOUTH London, July 11.-Tho British gov-ernjneii.t purposes bringing under , review tlie certificates of naturalization granted during tho war. Sir deorge Cave, secretary for home affairs, said to-dajr. i ^ It also was proposed that no person not a natural born � British ' subject .Should be allowed, to change hlS:name without a license from the home office, the home secretary odded. This provision would be retroactive, he, added. "The home, secretary also announced that the government intended to apply to the courts tor an order to wind up the business of enemy banks. - - Legislation would be Introducotf by the government,, he added, -which \vould make it Impossible' for a period of years-after the w^r,-:to open'any eneiUy bank lif this tpumtry. THOUSAiyOS Of* SOLDIERS ARE REPATRIATED Borntf, Switzerland, July 12.-Moro tham i;ivo hundred thousand invalid and'slck prisoners of war of dlff9renl nationalities have boe^i exchanged and ropatriatbd through Switzerland olnce tho beginning of the wari - according to olllcial statistics, The number ot oinoors 'and soldiers interned at Swiss rosorts was thirty thouaond Since 1914, the Swiss postal ."ser-vlce has transmitted between belligerent countries fo;- prison camps i�ore, thftn fl-re hundred mltlion lettora'-and I about ten million money orders.^'-ng " gi'ogil'tpg-moro than 139;O00jOO0 ftrwjw. CLEARANCE ALL DAY SNAPS RIBBON 3,800 yards of rtibboii of every concelvabla- coloring, etc. All to go at HALF PRICE RAJAH SILKS In beautiful combinations' . ot green with pink spots, navy with cerise and green spots, roso with ^groen spots, blue \vitl\ orange spots, und brown with wlilto and purple tigurcs. Jlegular ?1.50, tor PAILETTE SILK SPECIAL at 59c yard Colors' i rose, saxe, navy and brown. 'A M Sun' IS THE ONLY DESCRIPTION WE CAN GIVE OF OUR "TWO HOURS SPECIAL" EVENT As we predicted, it has liopt our store thronged from morning to night, and has Introducnd n crowd ot now customers to |ho extraordinary bargains wo are ottnrlng In our ".Inly Clearance Sale," to our mutual advantage and pleasure. It you are an old customer ot ours-don't miss your share ot these specials In justice to yourself. If not; all the more reason why you should avail yourself of such a profitable opportunity of getting ac-qunintc.! with our merchandise and business policy, " WE CAN PLEASE YOU ALL DAY Saturday SNAPS "Still Deeper Goes the Knife" , Oq the balance of Ladles' Neckwear. It has all to go out HALF PRICE Crepe de Chene Waists Undoubtedly tlie l)ost waist buy you have ever come across. In pink maize, white; navy, lielio and black. Worth $6.00. Special $3.49 A Special Line of & A. Corsets made 6t strong coutU and with tour supporters. Worth $1-50, See what'others are quoting these at. v>. * - Infants' All Wj>orv Reuben Vests. 60c value, 'ilt, for....................... �>JC Children's Ovtralls in tan and butcher blue. Si'sies 1 to' 5 years. Just tho thing .^Xor the,.morning scramble. -..v.'s-Js v,' UQ_ Special .:::7^ZZ..........DJC Children's Knit Drawers In assorted sizes, .with tight or loose 90 knee. Special'.'.-...-!....... uoC White Habutai ;.bllk Waists In all sizes. A large variety of styles. Worth $2.75, ' 1 aq .for .........r V.-,'-...... l�aO Ladles' Hous� presses In serviceable dark colors. All sizes. Values to ?2.2b,. for .. 1.49 WE HAVE STILL A FEW OF THOSE SILK SKIRTS in beautiful stfi'pea t and self colors, including navy and black. The regular 'valuo ot those Is $20.00 to $25.00. q QQ Special............... OtUO AXMINSTER RUGS In beautiful rich designs and colorings. Size 27x64^. There are 50 only and the regular-i price Is $6,75. Special $4.39 Have you seen tliem In the window? � Electric Chandeliers 4 only of these. Ttie regular price ranging from fl'^SO to $20.00 To clear at ' 7,95 In most attractive designs. Ideal for home lighting. 500 Electric Gfobes 40 and 60 Watt. Regular 55c ontl , 75c. AH sainn price. 3 for $1.00 From 8.30 to 10 WEN'S TWEED RAINCOATS- - In blues, brown and greys. A double texture coat with fancy check lining .Our regular price is $15.00. I-'oP two ttoirrs-only, we shall sell at Half Price NO PHONE OR C.O.D. ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL 4.89 From 10 to 12 GRASS MATS- Sizes 3x0. Regular $2.25. Special - $1.49 Size 6x9. Regular $5.75. Special - $3.69 NO PHONE OR C.O.D. ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL. MEN'S BOOTS aiiitali.e for vvork or dress wear In eitlier liice or button. Medium weight iiiid made from extra good (luallty Velour Calf. In long.or short vamps. All sizes, tor.................. Children's Roman Sandals with flnxlble .solPS ;ui(i spring heels. Has tour straps, patent vamp and kid back. Sizes 10 and loy^ -i |-q only. To (;ioi\r ........... x.9.1 Ladies' While Kid Boots with !) In. Irops. Has a Fruncb heel, and is made of .supfrfinc grario kid. Most up-to-dato. R('Kular $12.00, q oc for ..................... Ladies' Gunmetal Calf Boots in button style. Has a n(!ar. (oe and mllit-ury heel. Sizes 2',.00. To Clear From 12 to 2 Children's Box Calf Button or Blucher Boots A good serviceable boot and yet very dressy. Sizes 8 to IOVj. � ' $2.29 NO PHONE OR C.O.D. ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL. From 2 to 4 When We Say "Special" We Mean "SPECIAL" 6 BOLTS SUITING. 40. Inches wide In the so popular .Basket weave. The colorings are combinations ot yellow, rose, blue, black and nigger In the new bold plaids and checks. Regular $1.25, but our orders are to clear it out at 39c per yard NO PHONE OR C.O.D. ORDERS ON THIS SPECIAL. From 4 to 6 AN AWFULLY PRETTY RANGE OF LADIES' PLAID GINGHAM PORCH DRESSE5 Worth 15.50, for $2.99 Surely this Is a temptation this hot weather. NO PHONE OR C.O.D. ORDERS,ON THIS SPECIAL. From 6 to 9.30 A Host of Other Bargains Too Numerous to Mention. ^Stationery Saturday' AT THE BAY. but we'd gamble these lines will move quickly enough at tho price. Argyle Fabric,, Kenllworth Linen and Berkfleld. Linen. Paper and envelopes to match. Neatly boxed. Regular 50c. for 25c box Webla.wn Woven Fabric. Paper and envelopes t.o match. Neatly boxed. Regular 55c. 29c Roso Lawn and Meadow Brook Linen. Paper and envelopes to match. All boxed. Regular G5c. 39c WIcklow Lliion and Mission Lawn, Envelopes and paper to match. Boxed, ot course. Regular 75c. 49c Crashliu Fabric and Gage's Royal Ripple, also l^os-Vq ed. Regular S5c; for .....'....................... 2.99 Ladies' "Comfort" Boots Tills is Blucher cut, with a low hocl and l)road toe, and is made ot u fine flexible kid. A good boot for "trolty feet." Special $3.49 The Latest in Men's Silk Collars Sold elsewhere 50c, for 29c Men's Sport Shirts with plain white or fancy collars. Regiilar qq^ $1.25, tor............. JliFC Boys' Paramatta Rain Coats, sizes 2(i to ;!2. Regular 16.00, ^ .Men's Fine Lisie Hose in naVy, g white, tan, pearl and Palm Beach. Regular 60c, for.......................4yc Men's Lustre Coats in block or grey. Regular $3.50, foi- .................. Our Range of Men's Caps In tweeds, worsteds and silks. Regular l oq to $1.75, tor .............. 2.49 Men's Work Shirts Made ot the real old Hickory cloth. All sizes. Regular $1.50, for $1.19 ' : Grocery Specials 32c 19c Ginger Snap Biscuits, 2 lbs. Sale Price ............... Bottles Holbrooks Pickles and Bot tied Onions, Sale Price, bOtt'3 .....;........... Fels Naptha Soap, cartons of �| ' 10 bars. Sale Price ....... OlC Finest B. C. Sugar, 10 | -1 A lb. sacks. Sale Price ... l.iV Canada Corn Starcli, 1 lb. packets. Sale Price packets' 25c Maggls Soup Tablets, all oj? kinds. Sale Price, 6 pkts. .. tbOC 5 lb.' tins Rogers Golden Table Syrup. Sale Price, COj. per tin ...... ........w*pC Pkts. Vermicella, finest-qual- o J _ Ity. Sale; Price, 2 pkts. .... 44C .Washing Soda, 8 lbs. ' OB'.* Sale,Price,.^........j-...v 4PC Old Dutch Cleanser. Sale Price, 3, tins ..... 26c WE DELIVER THE GOpOS AT THESE PRICES. ;