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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1917 THE LETHBMDGF, DATI/Y HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN TO-NIGHT and Every Day Next Week RYLANDS' RU M MAGE =SALE= MILADI YOU WILL FIND: A Fresh Lot of Sale Goods A Store Crowded to the Doors The Best Bargains of the Season A Special Window Display of Low Priced Merchandise Mrs. K. Palcn Ik visiting friends! in Edmonton for a few (Invs. '   � Mrs. Fj. Hanson of Calgary is visit-ng Mrs. 15. Downing.   � Tlov. A. R. Snow is leaving tomorrow night on a fishing trip in the Okanagnn Valley.  * * Pie. C. Westloy, who has boon taking treatment at Ogden Convalescent home, Calgary, has returned to his homo in the city.  *  Mrs. W. A. Buchanan and Master Donald Buchanan returned yesterday from a three months' visit with rcla-tlvoB In Ontario.    Miss Tnzola Harille who has boon attending St. Margaret's College, Toronto, has arrived home lo spend the holidays with her parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie. m - m � Little May Barrowmun, daughter of Mr. and Airs. R. Barrow man, who was injured on Wednesday by the accidental discharge of the starter's pistol at the aquatic sports, was operated on at the Gait hospital today.    All members of the Dominion Rebc-kah lodge who intend being present at the Vulcan meeting on Monday night are requested to meet in the I.O.O.F. hall tomorrow at 8 p.m. to make (inal arrangements.  �  Misses Winnie, Kmmy and Ivy Lam-bourne have returned home to Calgary after spending a few weeks' vacation with Mrs. Prank Wicks, Sth St. S. They were accompanied back by their cousin, Miss Amy Wicks, who will spend a few weeks there.    At the regular meeting of the Major .lack Ross chapter, I. O. D. 13., held yesterday at Rlverviow, the home of the first vice-regent, Mrs. Conyboare, the work of the patriotic fund committee was explained by Mrs. P. Colp-man. Following the meeting the members sewed on the Red Cross supplies that the chapter is sending to a French hospital. A picnic tea was served on the, lawn, tlte members remaining until after eight. "YOU'VE TRIED THE REST -NOW TRY THE BEST" rylands' rummage sale All Next Week RYLANDS & CO. conducting a real cut price sale GREAT ENTHUSIASM Bloemfontoln, South Africa, July 13. w^(Via Router's Ottawa Agency)1. - Extraordinary enthusiasm was manifested by the free Btate provincial congress of the South African party, when adopting a resolution approving o� the government's war policy, trusting that every endeavor would be made to retain German Southwest Africa as part of the union, advocating the contribution ot �1,000,000 toward tho British floet In view of immense value in maintaining South Africa's commerce, and finally deeply appreciating General Smuts' commandcrship in East Africa and his participation in tho war cabinet, . GALLANTRY OF AVIATORS London, July 13, (via Router's Ottawa Agency),-A letter received from tho commanding officer by the father of Second Liouf. John Young of the Royal Flying Corps, who was killed in Saturday's air attack on London, strikingly illustrates the qualities of those young defenders of the Metropolis. The writer, after paying tribute to nis most-gallant record, Btates that Young had gone up in every recent air raid. On the last occasion he How single handod into the midst of 22 raiders, acting as pilot and observer and firing immediately at tho invaders. All the enemy machines concentrated their fire on tho British airman. "The firo'of the enemy," writes the commanding officer, "was too awful for words, yet your son never hesitated for a moment. On ho flow until he was riddled with bullets, when his machine put her noso upward and then went spinning down into tho sea from a height ,of 14,000 feet. I feel proud to think'that your son was in my command." E BEAT Chicago, July 14.-The first of the slacker marriages here to make public appearance on the domestic junk hill was recorded at a hospital today when Conrad Jeffers, 29 years old, was brought in with his skull fractured by hammer Wows and hla throat cut. "Ho married me two months ago to escape tho draft," explained Mrs. Jeffers, who confessed to the crime 1 found out that he was a slacker and we quarrelled all tho timo. Wo had hours of it last night and flnnlly when he was asleep I got a hammer and razor and. went after him." Jeffors | was unconscious and in a critical con dltion. THE ECONOMICAL SCOT Mr. McParlano (who has automatically stopped the express by pulling tho communication cord, to excited |uard); "Ab'va t. -Nursing Mission. .;. .;. : >>.&{: ij. A WAR RECIPE. * (From Britain's Official Win- ? the-War Cook Book.) > Fish Cutlets-Cooked fish of ? any kind, an  equal quantity ? of cooked rice or barley, one > teaspoonful of butter or mar- ? gerino to each- cupful of the ? mixture. Season to tasto. Pound > the fish and mix it with tho > cereal while warm. When cold, > shape Into cutlets nnd fry. > * .j. .> c. Ot%g�' Tonight. ........................................... 6wC Tho same. Regular fiOc. Q(-_ Tonight............................................ ODC KNOCKABOUT DOLLS / 50 only. Regular 30c. -I |Jj Tonight, each.................................ltfC Grocery Specials Canned Pineapple, regular 2 for. 35c, special Pure Lard, 3 IT), tins, extra special, each ,.r 84c Crisco, l]/> lb. tins, special.^.^.m.-.. 39c Canned Salmon, 2 cans for i.-,,.^. 25c Canned Salmon, regular 25c, special, tin 20c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, regular 2 for 25c, special 5 packages for .>:-,;.,.:�.. 50c Ripe Olives, pint tins, special, each 25c Toilet Soap, special 8 cakes for .. 25c "A > ; ; ? > > > ? VON STEIN RESIGNS. * 4. - � that General Von Stein, the ortion of the plant, the foundations have been piled and a capping of cement laid down, tho walls will be erected in the course of a few days. The chief difficulty being' encountered is the scarcity of labor, but provided this problem i* solved, the plant will be ready for; operation by next fall. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? *6 CONDEMNED TO DIE BY HUNS London, July 14.-The Echo De Beige is quoted In a Central News dispatch from Amsterdam to the effect that 66 persons were condemned to death at Antwerp and 20 were shot on July 5. Among them the newspapers say were three Bisters who were accused ot smuggling letters. ? * � Q � � + +     "SWEET CLOVER" BRAND Tig ham: .^.^ Such Ham as �ou have always longed for- mild, tender, juicy-end smoked just right Buy a -who!* Ham- it'* mote cenemicri if h'� "Sweet Clover" ^ Buy by the label-it mews quality. "5w*f< fieri* . Hat* you irM "Sim* Cfewr" Bamm mmit Cordon-Ironside & Fans Co. Ltd. *  1 ���< 77350112 09 ;