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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAH.? PAGE FIFTEEN and Every Day Next Week MILADI PHONE 1224 Paleo Is visiting friends in Mr. sod Mrs. O. II, Hurmou are (or a lew days. spending, a tew days In Calgary. at RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE YOU WILL FIND: A Fresh LoK of Sale Goods 4 i A Stofe Crowded to the Doors The Best Bargains of the Season A Special Windoto Display of Low Priced Merchandise TRIED THE REST THE BEST RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE All Next'Week I RYLANM CO. CONDUCTING A REAL CUT PRICE SALE Sri, E. Hanson of Calgary Is vJsIl- jg Sirs. E. Downtiig. Hev. A. B. Snow is leaving tomor- row night on "a fidblng trip In the }kanagan Valley. Pic. C. Westloj', tt'Lo has been tak- ing treatment at Ogdt-u Convalescent borne, Calgary, -has reiurncil lo hla Uome [a Llie city. Sirs. NV. A. Buchanan and Master Donald Buchanan relumed yesterday from'a threo months' viSit willi rela- tives'In Ontario. Mlsa Inzola IlarJle ivlio has been attending St. College, To- ronto, has arrived Loino to spend the holidays wllli Ler parents. Mayor and Mrs. D. L. Hardle. LUlle May Barroivnun, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. It. Darrounian, who was on Wednesday by the acciden- tal discharge ot Uie starter's pistol at the aquatic sports, was operated on at Llie Gait hospital today. AH members of the Dominion Hebe- kali lodge who Intend being present si Ilio Vulcan meeting on Monday aro requested to In Ihc I.O.O.F. ball tomorrow aL S p.m. to mako final arrangements. Misses Winnlct Emmy and Ivy Lam' bourne have relumed home to Calgary alter spending a lew wecka' vacation with Mrs. Frank Sth St. S. .They wero accompanied back by (heir cousin, Miss. Amy Wicks, who will spend, a few weeks tlierc. At tlie regular meeting of (ho Major Jack Ross chapter. I. O. D. E., beld yesterday'at Hlvcrvlcw, tho homo of [lie first vice-regent, Mrs. Conybcare, the work of the patriotic fund com- __" explained by ilrs. P. Colp- tnan., Following the meeting the raeioliers sewed on the Jleil Cross supplies that (he chapter IB sending to a: Krench hospital. .A picnic lea uas served'on Inq lawn, the members remaining until after eight. Mr. Gage Shannon of Minneapolis, a former resident of is in the city tor a touyle of weeks, Mrs. C. H. Matthews anO Mra. W. Matthews and ilitlr children, returned today after spending two weeks Itt Ua.na. Mrs. Waller Jarrett left for Lelhbrldgo, to accompany her sister, Mrs. Feiterly, on. a motor gary Alberlan. Members of Ibe l.O-D.E. nnd others who have passed Hie cxaniUiatluns in Flist Aid can gel their certificates up QU application lo .Mr. Sliorl, No, 1 Fire Hall. Mrs. J. F. Simpson, Mies Mary Simpson, Miss Lottie Woods and Miss Helen McKlllop left this afternoon for Uantf, where they have taken a cot- j :age for tivo weeks. I Corporal Fred Downer, who has I jcen spending a month ivlili his par- euls, Mr, and Mrs. R W. Downer, left this afternoon lor Calgary to lake a course In motor mechanics at the technical ecJiool. t The officers of the Women's Mis- sionary Society of (ho United Church of NorLli Lcthbrldge, have been lectctl as follows: Hon. Prcs., Mrs. Hodglns; president, Mrs. Ross; vice- president, .Mrs. Mel I vena; recording- secretary, Mrs. correspond- ing secretary, Mrs. Gray; treasurer, Mrs. Gcldle; superintendent of sys- tematic giving, Mrs. Wcstcotl, On Sunday morning, July Sth, ot Knox Mr. Henrick Gorko or Howell, Sask.. anil JHss Margaret Szabp, .were .united Id marriage. Her. V. F. Burns, olllclallng. T On Salurdoy'afteniCDn, July 7lh, aL Knox Church, Rev. W. P. Burns nn- iled In niarrSiger.Mr- Elberl Beautord Slier and Miss Bessie Ketella Powers, both o[ Champion. IS LEGAL IflMP Bloefflfonletti, South Africa, July 13. Ottawa Extraordinary enthusiasm "was inanl- feeled by tho free, slate provincial con- gress ot Iho South African when a-re'sollitlon approving oC the gbvornmenl's war pallcr.-U'Usllnglhat tvery'endeavor would'be made Lo re- tain German Southwest Africa as.part of advocating the cb'nLrJbu- lion ofc lowanl Ibe Drlllsh Beet ffc Tlew Immense value :In aialntajnfne SoiitK' Africa's com'merre, lind.nxipjly deeply apfircclallng Gencr- >1 Sraitj' commanacrahlp'in Af- rica arid nla parllclpalton la the cablncL GALLANTRY OF AVIATORS London, July 13, (via' IleuLeVg OLla- received from Iho commanding" officer uy.liie father of Second Lfcuf, Jobn Young of Llie. Iloynl Flying Corps, ffc, was hilled in Saturday's ajr altaclt strikingly illustrates the gualjlles of Lho3e yoiing Mo.tro- polls. 'The writer, afler paying Iriu- utc lo nls raoatVganant'rccoi'd, .ataiea that Young up In every re- cent On Ih'o last occasion ho Hew slnglo Handed iaLo the midst of 22 raiders, aclin's as pilot nnd obser- ver and nrlng fnnncdlalely nl the In- vaders. 'All IhiTeneniy machines con- centrated their lire on the British rilf- man. "The firofof the writes the commanding too aw- ful for words, your ion never hcs- Italed for a modient. On he flew until he was riddled Vltti buMeLflj-.when his machine put her nose tiptord and Ihen went spinning down Into the aea from aihclghl_b[ U.OOO feel. I feel proud to think'lhal your con was in njy commacoV'r WIFEBEAI Chicago, July first of Ihe slacker marriages here Lo make pub- lie appoaran.cc on the domestic junk hill was recorded at a hospital today when Conrad Jeffera, 29 years old, was brought In with liis skull [rartiir cd by-hammer biows'acd hls'tbroat cul. "Ho married me two months lo escape Ilia draft." explained fers, who confessed 16 the crime. I found oul that he was a slacker, aud WB quarrelled all.Ihc time. had hours'of It last night and Anally when he was asleep I got a hammer and w'tnt, after Jeffers was unconscious and In a critical con- dlllon. .A VVAR THE ECONOMICAL SCOT Beglna; .SaBi., Julr Thai II Is now "legal for (ha Day Com- pany. and .Gold Seal, Limited, within the "rrorlnca, 'lo: keep liquors for porfallon and sale oiilsldc tne prov- ince [Is'lhe Inter'prelnllon placed by lairyers on IKp Judgment" handed down this morning by Mr. Justice Nowlands In the appeal cases brought by Hudson's Bay. Company and Ihe.GoId Seal Company in Iho acllou taken against them nnder Ibe salej of llnuc-r for export net. The Itudson Bay" [Company also made application (or a writ of prohibition against Ihclr case being tried in the police court by Magfelralc Hcfferman. The Judg- ment granted the prohibition and de- clared tbo act lo bg ultra vires. REPORT. OF NURSING MISSION Report of the Nuratng Mission [or (he month or June, 1917: Number of DUTV pallenls 37 Number o[ old palleats 7 Number o[ Melro. patients i Number of professional calls, day 153 D[ professional calls, nlglil T Number of friendly -and relief calls 4t s'umber, of Kpcclnl baby SI Dumber b( business calls 62 o[ office callH" 166 Number o[ school calls. SS Tolal 600 Number o( pallenta paying [oil "7 Number o[ pallcnls paying part fee 12 Nurnber cf patients cared 'for free 18 'Provisions have been supplied, to 13 'families, milk (o 3 families, fresh meat tb 10 families, medicine for 2 patient's, chicken soup and marmalade" !OT, 1 patient, new book for 1- school toy worn clolhlng 'bo'ola to 11 fsmlllw. 37'calis for women'for day'a suppHcd. tills for maids (these were school girls) supplied. 2 'calls for men supplied. -I (or oulslde nurses. In 'complcLIng In- to Ihe conilltlon o[ babies which have- been under our care daring tha past year, 81 calls n'ere made and only C liable! iounfl which wero nol do'Ing'as well as. we would HXe. Theao nrc nos' harlner special atlonllon and tho mothers advised regarding feeding, i. wish ifi. Siafe jllioae who re sanded lo Mir appeal for fnrnltnre for the poor widow here In IhV city and ajto for the clothing and ui'uer nsodit articles sent Tor the whoVe riomb" was burned (n try. A largo box puclted and ex prewed lo Ibem. Ws als'oVlsh WJjji.nlt t'iie (eachcrs and puplla .of (From Britain's; Official lae-War Cook Hook.) ,-S-; :Fish fish of any "quantity of cooked rice or barley, one teaspooniul of- butler -or >tnar- v gerlne' cupDil of'- the mlslure. Season lo taste. Pound th.c flsli and mis It with tho cereal Vhite warm. When cold; sliape Into cutlets and fry. __._ K _ -j MA .McFarlanc (who hps anlomntlcallr fttoppfci the express hr patHnp tto comn uodwkk '.war, Showf London. cord, to txdfed kfai loV bdlrjtQrnhm _, fofr nie-ffi Jir'i choiH [or BO thelr.'garden (o k.i.Hi? .fresh rtinch 'vipprec TILLBY, At the 730 to 10 Sp DltESKKS Good quaiily prlnla In sties S to H Regular fl.OO- Eitra special.................... 59c 108 YARDS SILK CKEPE DRESS GOODS 40 inclips wldo In while, sjty, helio and Delglan blue. Regular Tonttht caly, yard............. 03C HOYS' BEXGALI-VE TIES In plain colors. Tonlybt only, Each 19c POLISH The only guaranteed cleaner for shoes Or kid gloves. Regular Sac. Tonight Tlie same, licgular 50c. 1C JDC KNOCKABOUT DOLLS 50 unlj-. Itcgular 30c. Toutghl, each Grocery Specials Canned regular 2 foi; 35c, 3 tins for Pure Lard, 3.1b. fins, extra special, each 84c C'risco, Iti. tins, siwcial 39c Canned Salniou, 2 cans tor 25c Ctiiined iSiilmon, 'regular 25c, special, tbi 20c Kcllogg's Corn Flakes, regular 2 foe special 5 packages for..... ,.IO.... K.. 50cr Ripe Olives, 'pint tins, special, each 25c Toilet Soap, special 8 cakes for 25c Opposite qilawa, July Prank Oliver In Hie commons ihia afternoon nsket Ihc goverument lo fc.iiVtuIU Ing of-ono reporl. .ot "VV. F. O'Connor, comraissloner of tho cost of living, on poons in cold sloragc warehouses. He said that ah Interesting discussion had arisen In the press In regard to the mntlef.and. It was desirable lhat the members should nave the report as oon as possible. The house lh.cn went Into commlt- ce on Hon. J. D. Hazcn's bill lo am- end Ihc fleberlcs act, its chief provl- Ion Is lo'chanke Iho namc'of dogfish o ere'xflsJi. The b.iii Se'vcral -ether minor government bills were put through the commltteo lagp Ihe third reading, In- cluding the bill to an-.enil Ihe Interest acL -It provides llial In future Muni- obarlnlcresUbn judifmenls will bo 5 per cent. This will jnahc It lha same In the west. The house _lhcn went into supply on .he railway" estimates. Apparently conslderallon Iho mllllary service ill will resumed .today. WANT AID OF CIVIL SERVANTS'IN FIELDS -Ottawa, July appeal lo the civil servants .lo lafco Ihelr holluaya now anil aosfst in haying operations In cast Ontario-Is reeling with sue cess. Already some civil servants have eipfessed- ihbir willingness to aM. This morning 20 members of the labor depariment met lion. T. Crolhers and offered their services Mr: Crotlicrs arranged to release them and lliey .will jlart work. Mr. Crolh era warned them." that hay making was not Iho easiest kind of a Job1 In the world and, lhal farmers wera hnrd task' maslcrs. Tho.oilawft.-Slreet Heilwoy Com Is also.endeavoring (o let off.as mnnr of 11s (Mployecs us possible to take a .band In, Iho work. A number of soclcly women have volunlcered lo. act as condttclors. VON STEIN RESIGNS. 1 olllo Ul' telegram from Berlfn Baya Von Slcln, the PtuSatn.'mhiliier ol-war, has' resigned. ft ft t t A being'encountered la the of labor, but provided this problem li solTed, tna plint irlll rtadr opcralion ty neit fall. V FIIJRAJIPIANI Work at (he filtration" plant Is slowly tat it Is lo be oped, surely; There i two dls- incl parts to the plant, the seatmcn- allon basin where Hie, water nd the filtration plantipropes, where QO.water Is filtered through tbe land liters. In' the ilanf, Ibe foundations have been piled nd a capping'Of cement laid down, be vfa.lls will be crectld In the course or i fevi days. The "chief dlf (lenity it CONDEMNED TO-DH HUNS London, jDly Bi4o DC Helta la quoted in a Cen- Inl News dispatch from Ata- to tie effect were condeiined to death at Antwerp ud 20 were EhoL on July o. Among them the newspapers say'were three sisters who were accused oi smuggling 5WEET CLOVER" BRAND c- HAM; kxwirMyj longed for ;