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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY TliK.. LKTIIIWinr.R WKEKI.Y HF.RAI.n PAGE NINE PHONE 0, COME WITH ME. with me for a sweet hours, Out in the fields ot Rod's own Dowers. Out in llio land of song. "Why will you stay where Iho skies, are grey, Tolling along on your cheerless way, Amid tiio clly's throng? i i Come'.wlth me where, tho soft winds blow, Corno out .where .tlio wild (lowers grow Among tho yellow daffodils. ivbore the fairies play at dusk o' day, tho golden suu Is slipping awiy Down beyond the hills Come wllli me ero day groTvs late, Come whcu tho thrush Is calling his male -ii the morning hours. Oh, coma wUh mo to tho meadows wldo free. And thy heart shall slug the bird's sweet melody Among tho flowers. PERSONAL ff >Ir. and Mrs. J. M .Henderson and Mr .and Mrs. Jamea Hose and fanill) returned last night from a two weeks camping trip at tho North Fort. Mr. W. n. Wayiuau, ot Calgary, U u Le'lhbrldge for a tow days. Mrs. J. Gibson anil two daughters and Mrs. James Garden left yester- day for Kcowulln, Oat. a Miss Helen Wright and Master Stuart Wright aro visiting relatives in Medicine Hat. Cant. Skelton has go no to Calgary hero ho may laic Iu hla permanent residence. A Mrs. U. J. Carson and daughter, of Toronto, who hare been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Carson left last night for Cranbrook. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Jhe ladles ot the Christian caurch ill sew at the Red Cross rooms on Friday AH intfrcalel are asked lo attend as will be'work tor all. A. business meetine of the GirU' Auxiliary will be ueM tomorrow night at MO at tho Y. It. C. Tin- num- bers aro asked to turn lit Hie results ot tho tickets sold for the berry All tlio helpers fo'r tbe Girls' Aus- Illary at the Stampedo are asked to meet tomorrow night at at the Y. M. C. A- to arrange details for be work. The Uvo Wire class ot Hie fulled hurch Is holding an lea crraui social .onlght at the currier, of nth slreet and 5lh avenue, north.'. Part ot Ihe proceeds will bo given lo iho Red OFF SILK DRESSES RYLANDS' 15% OFF ALL SERGE DRESSES RUMMAGE SALE Get the Habit and Gome with the Crowd to the REAL SALE Every Day Many have profited by tne prices we have given at our Rummage Sale. This has been proven by its wonderful success. Each day has a huge increase over last year. We must impress on you just the same that Shis is the last time we can give you such prices. Our.large stock cannot last forever, so take advantage and anticipate your wants for the future, it will pay you. Remember there are two more shopping days at Rummage Sale prices. Wash Dresses 5 only, Ladies' Wash Dresses in plain white, and fancy figured voile. The lace and insertion in some is well worth the price we ask. They are not today's styles but with a little alteration can be-made into very attractive dresses or they could be used to make children's dresses. Value up to Rummage Sale LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES 100 only, Ladies' Cambric Night Dresses, trlmmcil with neat embroidery edging. Mode in Slip-over style with short sleeve. Values that wa cannot give again. Rummage Sale LADIES' HOSE "A huge lablo hiwl of fine black and white hose in eitra fine Quality for summer wear. They come in slzo 0 only, but tho quallly is wonderful. Keg- 65C.. Rummage 49c BUNGALOW APRONS 200 only, Lftrgo Bungalow A'prdna'wffh bett antl pocket, made from good quality ot print. alono ia -worth a great deal more than -we ask for ,thc -apron complete. Rc.msmber this Is the last iveek. Only days at this price. Ruinmage Sale 69c LADIES' KNITTED COMBINATIONS A limited '.quantity of tbts nonular selling line. JIado In gooi slylo nhd well fiaislicd In every way. For this week only." Rummage Sale ..............69c CORSETS A full range of sizes in Ibis popular corset. Made in a medium low bust from good material. A corset that gives excellent wear to the average They are worlh a great deal more money today. Regular S1.50 value. Rummage LADIES' COMBINATIONS 25 Suits only In this line of Ladles' Knitted Oumbinatioiis. They are mado by Iho well known firm of Wataon In what Is called tho Bering needle weave Wo mado a leader Ot tlieso suits at They are worth more. Rummage Sale, suit MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 160 only, lien's Balbriggan Undershirts In black, while or natural color. Well mado and well finish- ed rmd good filling. A warm weather bargain for Uiosa who wear Blzo 40. Regular 7Sc. Rummage Sale..............45c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Wo have added 100 more shirts to this lol. They aro bcller than over. Thero arc not nil sizes but If j-6u can' find your size tho values will surprlso you. Sizes 14 to 16K- Hegular to 51.50. Rummage Sale..............85c i A New Leader in RYI.ANDS CO. V4 OFF ALL SILK AND THE BUSY STORE 10% OFF ALL DRESS SILKS 4 V-J SOCIAL. EVENTS An Ice cream aid berry social wll: jc held tonight on. Westminster schoo lawn at soven o'clock. 'tho Al ot St. Mary's church heli a niost successful cream socla last night at the home ot Mr. Moctt ton) which was-atte'nded by a number ot people. Knox camp, comprising about fifteen members have sono to Waterion Lakes lo spend Uvo weeks under Ibe of Sir. and Mrs. E. Alns- worth. TJie Berry Hide held last nighl by tho Girls' Auxiliary ivas a wonderful Amsterdam. July declln ing to give Its lote'preiatlon ot iho recent statement by Chancellor Von liertling, regarding, lac Ger- man party, according lo newspapers has Issued Iho following statement on Iho subject: "As far as wo aro concerned, Bel- gium is a pledge to safeguard a last- Ing peace, lo strengthen Germany In Its hands 111 Belgium lo preserve the Flemings and their Industries from becoming French it possible and from English tyranny. want a free Sanders as a real guarantee tor the a vital necessities ot Iho German a result tho Frank profit success and Sanatarium will Burn. Leaving town early in the even- ing the guesls were transported by motors, loaned by the Rotary and Auto clubs to the Experimental Farm, where Ihc lovely gardens and cool the Irecs offered i the sultry heal of tlie day.: Music was furnished all ;hady nooks upder, thi i welcome change from evening by the band whit were out In full strength and wero niopt generous with their selections, playing until darkness ended the suc- cessful party. Hot wpaUier refresh- ments were in great demand and a sptendia sum was realized from the sals of terries, Ice cream antl lemon- ade. Altogether it was an evening of decided enjoyment to the large num- ber of iieoplo wlio present. The picnic, held yesterday at Bat- tery Point by tho Next-of-Ktn was al- lenfleil'by a large number of members and their families. Rates for the chil- i dren grown-ups formed the iipal tnterlainmeni. A basket sup- per served under ilie trees. Ths siilli of (ho races ys foUows: dies' races: Special rare, Mrs. Hark- 1; Mrs. Summers, 2. Fat 1s race. Mrs. Knocks. 1; Mrs. Wnl- London, July to a dispatch from Amsterdam, an ollicial statement lias been Issued at Con- slcntinople relative to the lighting in Palestine on.July 13 and 14. Tho statement says that east of the Jonhm a Turkish assault provoked a HrHish counter attack, which was supported by a division and armored cars. The Turkish War Ofltco claiuis (tint this division was almost unlnil- ated, only some stragglers succeeded In escaping. Renter's correspondent in Palestine saya that tho Turkish attack early on Sunday proved cosliy am (ailed to gain an inch of ground. The enemy lost six hundred prisoners, is slated, of whom more than ono bnJ: were Germans. Silk Waists 100 Plain and Fancy Trimmed Wash Silk All brand new fall styles in pink, maize, flesh, white, apricot or black. Sonic are made in plain style with large hemstitched collar; .others are trimmed with pretty guipure lace. They sell at regular. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, TABLE LINEN, CORSETS, SMS, SILK .SKIRTS, WASH SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, BED SPREADS, SHEETS, PILLOW CASES AND SHEETING. The same unequalled quality as before the war. and being double strength you don't have to put so much in the teapot grown tea, nearly 100 kilometres, has never been materially or morally stronger. "American assistance, growing every jay, has given us, ii possible, still greater conndence in the final v ctory. On July H, the America-.i people expressed their brotherly (hey liad lieeti entrusted by the American government and staff. "With such troops, Insylred by; such a spirit nT comradeship and sacrifice we can wait for the future the .confidence shown under the bombardment ot Hie population" of or Hie United Slates, fighting ivlih the French, have sealed this tiact with their blood. "The first days of the Ualllc hay.i shou'n tho success of the Franco-American co-operation which was slarlcil last, year by Iho secretary of war in Washington and In the training camps of America. It lias found its noblest expression on the where cvn American division lost, seven of the ten French, offitera fought i.vith It. Kadi oT them happily gave his life to fulfill the mission PUBLICATION X. Y., July The Demot Krat, -a German language daily news paper. publication today. The reason for discontinuing .art-flounced by the jiubltsher, Frank C Held, was that "the desire ot the German reading public lo take tip purfi ly American Jtlcas Is so evident tha we believe nothing further can La ac 'complishcd in this field." The Democrat began as a weekly tc 1S37. Widow's Mrs, Vers. 1; rs. Brennau, 2. Race for all ladiea, rs. Summers, 1; Mrs. Darkly, 2. pen race for. Mrs. Firlh, 1; rs. Taylor, 2. Girls' races: From to 4 years, 5Jargjret' 1; folet Vwe, 2, Six'lo 'eight years, Isa iElt. 1; Margaret Yere, S. Eight lo n years, Morris, 1; L. Coombs, 2. even to twelve years, Hilda Jlor- s, I; BtnHe race r all girls, Millie Morris, 1; Hilda orris, 2.1 Boys' races: Four to 'five ears, J. Berkley, 1; U Powell, 2. Six rdn years, n. 1; J, Long- orlli, 2. 'Eigbt to ten- years, 'J. Pow- C. Larson, 2. Eleven lo twelve V. Dougal, 1 A. LJnnJng, 2. Ig Uoys' race, J. Dougal, 1; arkley, 2. John 7he Hasue, July text of the aBreement of ttm exchange of prisoners between the British and Ger- man delegations, which was signed on July U, contains provisions for tho exchange of officers, non-commission- ed officers anil and Ger- man "prisoners ot those in- terned in He-Hand, as well ns civilians interned in Holland anil Switzerland. The latter will leave the country where they are interned. The new arrangement provides that non-commissioned officers will ha ex- changed direct, instead of being itv terned. .German and British prison- ers of war and civilians interned in Holland will leave that country, white their places wilt lie by officers who have .been prisoners for more than eighteen months, and ottier pris- oners in poor health. The number of prisoners to be in- lorned. In addition to tbe agreement of 1D17 amounts lo sicK or woun- detl British officers nnd about German officers. Ottawa, July 17. The following of- idal review of British' aorial opera- Ions for the last week has been re- aivcd by the director ot public tn: ormatlon here In a cable: "Drltish continued their steady and as- gresslvo work on all fronts. On tlie restern tront, dssplto rain, mist and clouds, British airmen kept the clos- est eye on every movement of tha en- emy and Is keeping him lively by omblng dumps and hutments, attack- flg Infantry transports with maehhie guns and helping the artillery to dcs- .roy'hls baltcrlef, besides faking thou- sands of photographs of his positions. s of erial "Aerial fighling of this nature re- silled in heavy enemy locses, "Plfly-tu'o enemy machines were downed and thirty-seven 'winged help- loss, making a total of 83 tor the week. Only aevcnlcon Btllish ma- chines wero reported missing. Raids on Germany. Irmeperiflcnt Royal A if Force continues (Is bombing raids into Ger- many, ntlacklns Moll, Sabbn, Saor- ohickcn, Coblcnz and Kathouso, while airisle raldsXwcre also made on Hoi- chcr, Mannholm. TheonTllle, Falkcn- burg, Katseralanlcn and Luxemburg. All Ilia machines relumed safely. "The navy and -iir forse: again co- o'luiralert in on nerrf-.fin rtaV-'ii worta on Ihe Hclglah coasl wllli en- callcnt results. were seen to burst on vital pttinls of the harbor en- trance, powder factories, warehouses and the ( Osleml, around tbe ioci sates at Zcebniggo and on ship- ping al Bruges. ''Undamaged Drlllsh machines look a thousand photographs and downed Bll'cnomy aircraft. Similar HIICCOSSCJ were experienced on the Uaikan i Palestine fronts, and half a ton bombs were dropped effectively Constanllnoplp on Jiine 27. SANCTI6N' IT ,fuly under irlanda Iho government'has sanctions the amalgntn.allon of. (jtbyds .bank nnf (he Capital ijn'd Counties bank ,m-l 'hi Nnllottal tlahk: of Scotland and th London and Washington, July inttia failure of Ihc new German offcnsivi so carefully prepared Is charac.lerlslt of a new phase of tbe war, sold Jlr liduanlUo Billy, deputy French blgl commissioner lo tho United States In discussing the result ot tbe firs two dajs of tlie tighllng east an west ot ntielms. The scope ot Iho Franco-America: .co-operation, M. De Hilly said, alread rias been dcmonslralcn and he adrie that the allies can wall tor the futur with the same confidence shown b the poiiu'iaiUm of rnMa tho Ion ango Meet Me At The Fair! SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede week. v Corsets from up. Mrs. F. A. Parker Mrs. Martin The result of the first two ightlng of the front, de- cidedly in our said M. Do Billy. 'Ovor the real of the front, Iho en- emy sirtcesfeil In gaining at Ihe most, four miles at Ihe prfto of heavy losses. Everybody feels that Ihc tlrst phnae of Ihe German offensive la n failure and ihls may mean within a few Jays Iho failure of tho whole offensive. Replacing LoSstJ. 'For two months Germany has used possible means to replace her loss-1 es In men nntl lo raise the offeiislre er of ,her army. Reinforcements Men from the German troops of occupation In Hits of Russians to replace flof rs, of Aualrlan troops for second tasks at the rear or on Belgian territory. "Suppression of all the delays f cd 10 drafted inch. "Drafting of part of the cljsi o 12Q. Uy these efforls we can appr the results that Germany Is scdhlng nnd tho ,Importance ol an otfcnsiv that cannot be Indefinitely repealed Not Inexhaustible. human supply la .np fnoxhauniblc.'. "WHh an nilvcrsary whose slrcngl scorns'to have readied Its uUer'lim It, Iho French army of 1918, In spit of tho slraln ot former battles, yd c( an lutcnsivc French front, o: Fine Waists of "Georgette Beautiful coloring and a big range of thfe season's best styles, all from our regular stock that sold up to All on Sale "Friday'morning in the Cloak Department. or your Fall Suit Now! Friday morning you can buy a Pure Wool Serge Suit in Navy, Sand, or Green. Worth at least lor only The Simpson Co. Ltd. ;