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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 WKKKLY PAGE NINE PHONE 1K4 4 4 4 4 COME WITH omo with me for a ew 3ut In the fields of Gods own Out in tho land of Why will you stay where the skies are Tolling along on your ehoorless Amid tho citys thrbng Comewith me where the soft winds Como out wild flowers grow Among tho yellow whore the fairies plfly at dusk o When golden sun Is slipping away Down beyond tho Como with me ero the day grows Come when tho thrush Is calling his mate In the morning como with me to tho moadows wide and And thy heart shall sing the birds sweet melody Among tho o PERSONAL and M and Mr James Rose and family returned last from a two weeks camping trip at tho North of is In LethbHdgo for a few Gibson and two daughters and James Garden lett yester day for Miss Helen Wright and Master Stuart Wright avo visiting in Medicine a SkeltOn has Rono to Calgnry where ho may take his permanent Carson nnd of who have been visiting and Carson left last night for CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 4 4 4 4 ladles ot the Christian church will sew at the Red Cross rooms on 15 OFF ALL SILK DRESSES RYLANDS 15 OFF ALL SERGE DRESSES RUMMAGE SALE Get the Habit and Come with the Crowd to the REAL SALE Every Day Many have profited by tne prices we have given at our Rummage This has been proven by its wonderful Each day has shown a huge increase over last We must impress on you just the same that this is the last time we can give you such Our large stock cannot last so take advantage and anticipate your wants for the it will pay Remember there are two more shopping days at Rummage Sale Wash Dresses 5 Ladies Wash Dresses in plain and fancy figured The lace and insertion in some is well worth the price we They are not todays styles but with a little alteration can be made into very attractive dresses or they could be used to make childrens Value up to Rummage Sale LADIES NIGHT DRESSES 100 Ladies White Cambric trimmed with neat embroidery Made in slipover style with short Values that we cannot give Rummage LADIES1 HOSE A huge table load of fine black and white hose in extra fine quality for summer They come in sio 9 but tho quality is Reg Rummage BUNGALOW APRONS 200 Largo Bungalow Aprons with belt and made from good quality of Tho goods nlono is worth a great deal more than we ask for the apron Remember this Is the last Only two more days at this Rummage Sale 69c LADIES KNITTED COMBINATIONS A limited quantity of this popular selling Made In good stylo and well finished in every For this week Rummage CORSETS A full range of sizes in this popular Made in a medium low bust from good A corset that gives excellent wear to the average They are worth a great deal more money Regular Rummage LADIES COMBINATIONS 25 Suits only In this line of Ladies Knitted They are made by the well known firm of Watson In what is called the spring needle We made a leader of these suits at They are worth Rummage MENS BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 150 Mens Balbriggan Undershirts in white or natural Well made and well finish ed and good A warm weather bargain for those who wear size Regular Rummage MENS DRESS SHIRTS We have added 100 more shirts to this They ore better than There are not all sizes but if you can find your size the values will surprise Sizes 14 to Regular to Rummage A New Leader in Silk Waists 100 Plain and Fancy Trimmed Wash Silk All brand new fall styles in apricot or Some are made in plain style with large hemstitched collar others are trimmed with pretty guipure They sell at RummagQ Sale TABLE SILK WASH DRESS BED PILLOW CASES AND THE BUSY STORE CREPE WAISTS 10 OFF ALL DRESS SILKS Friday AH Jitlrrostod urn to attend as tlieri will bo work for A business meeting of the Auxiliary will be held tomorrow night at at tho Tinmem bers am asked to turn In iln of the tickets sold for the berry All Uio helpers foV the fllils Aux iliary at the Stampede1 are to meet tomorrow night at 30 at the to arrange dot alls for the The Live Wire class of ilic fulled church Is holding an ico nxvim tonight at the of liiih nilnet and 5th avenue Part of the proceeds will bo glvett to llio Red SOCIAL EVENTS An Ice oream and fierry social will bo held tonight on Westminster school lawn at Seven the of Marys church held a most succesfiful Ice crwun social last night at the home ot Mock ford which was attended by a large number of Knox comprising about fiftepn members have pone to Watorton Lakes to spend two weeks under the chapcronage of and Alns m t m The Berry Ride held last night by the Girls Auxiliary was wonderful success and as a result llio Frank Sanatarium will profit by a large Leaving town early in the even ing the guests were transported by loaned by the notary and Auto clubs to the Experimental where the lovely gardens and cool shady nooks under the trees offered a welcome change from the sultry heat of the Music was furnished all evening by the Lethbrldge band who were out In full strength and wero most generous with their playing until darkness ended the suc cessful Hot wrath or refresh ments were in great demand and a splendid sum was realized from the sals of Ice cream and lemon Altogether It was an evening of 1 decided enjoyment to the largo I ber of people who wero The picnic held yesterday at Bat tery Point by the NextofKIn was at I tended by a large number of members and their Races for Uio chil I dren and grownups formed tiia priii lipal A basket sup per was served under the Tlie results of the races us follows i Ladies races Special Hark I 1 Summers Fat Wom ens 3 Wat Widows 1 Race for all 1 Open race for 1 Girls races From 3 to 4 Margaret J Violet Six to eight Isa 1 Margaret Eight to ten 1 Eleven to twelve Hilda Mor 1 Birdie Open race for all Lillie 1 Hilda Boys races Four to five 1 Six to seven 1 Long Eight to ten Pow ell 1 Eleven to twelve 1 Big Boys 1 John PLEDGE 10 SAFEGUARD PEACE OF WORLD July dnclln tng to give Its Interpretation of recent statement by Chancellor Von regarding the Her man Fatherland according to newspapers has issued tho following statement on tlio subject As far as wo are Bel gium is a pledge to safeguard a last ing to slrongthon Germany in its hands In Belgium to preserve the Flemings and their from becoming French if possible and from English We want a freo Flandors as a real guarantee for the fne vital necessities of tho German TURKS FALSELY July to a dispatch from an oflinal statement has been issued a Con stantinople relative to the lighting iu Palestine IS and Tho statement says that east of the Jordan a Turkish assault provoked a British counter which was by a cavalry division and armored The Turkish War Oftico claims this division was almost unlnil only some stragglers succeeded in Renters correspondent in Palestine sayu tfat tho Turkish attack early on Sunday proved costly and failed to gain an inch of The enemy lost six hundred t is of whom more than oils half were UE RIBBON TEA The same unequalled qualiity as before the and being double strength you dont have to put so much in the Blue grown nearly 100 has never been materially or morally American growing every has given if still greater confidence In the final On July the American people expressed their brotherly love for On the soldiers of the United fighting wltli the have scaled this pact with their The first days of fhe battle hava shown the success of the FrancoAm erican coojjeration which was started year by the secretary of war in Washington and In the training camps of It has found its noblest expression oil the where an American division lost seven of the ten French officers who fought with Kach of them happily gave his life to fulfill with which they had been entrusted by the American government and With such Inspired by sucli a spirit of comradeship and sac rifice we can wait for the future the confidence shown under the bom bardment of the population of SUSPENDS PUBLICATION July a German language daily news in publication The reason for discontinuing an nounced by the Frank was that the desire of the Ger man reading public to take up pure ly American ideas is so evident that we believe nothing further can be ac coniplislied in this The Demokrut began as a weekly in July following of ficial review of British aerial opera tions for the last week has been re ceived by the director of public in formation here In a cable British airmen continued their steady and ag gressive work on all On the western despite mist and British airmen kept the clos est eyo on every movement of tha en emy and is keeping him lively by bombing dumps ami attack ing infantry transports with guns and helping the artillery to des troy his besides taking thou sands of photographs of his Aerial fighting of this nature re suited in heavy enemy Fiftytwo enemy machines wero downed and thirtyseven winged help making a total of 89 for the Only seventeen British ma chines were reported Raids on The Royal Air Force continues its bombing raids into Ger attacking Saar Coblenz and while single raids also made on Bol Falkcn Kaisershuiten and All the machines returned The navy and ir force again co opurated in attacks on Gorman navnl works on the IJulglan coaat with ex cellent liombg wero seen to burst on vital points of the harbor en powder warehouses and the uuay at around the lock gates at tfeebrugge and on ship ping at Undamaged British machines took a thousand photographs and downed six enemy Similar wore experienced on the Ualkau nnd Palestine and half a ton of bombs were dropped effectively on Constantinople on June The July text of the agreement of the exchange of prisoners between the British and Ger man which was signed on July contains provisions for the exchange of noncommission ed officers and and Ger man prisoners of those in terned in as well as civilians interned in Holland and The latter will leave the country where they are The new arrangement provides that noncommissioned officers will be ex1 changed instead of being in German and British prison ers of war and civilians interned In Holland will leave that while their places will be taken by officers who have been prisoners for more than eighteen and other pris oners in poor The number of prisoners to be in in addition to the agreement of 1917 amounts to sick or woun ded British officers and about German Meet Me At The Fair SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from Parker Martin SANCTION IT July Times under stands the government has sanctioned the amalgamation of lyloyds bank and fhe Capita ind Counties ml ho National Bank of Scotland and the London and July initial failure of the new German offensive so carefully prepared is characteristic ot a new phase of the said Kduard Do deputy French bigli commissioner to the United in discussing the result of the first two days of the fighting east and vrest of The scope of the FrancoAmerican De Billy already lins been demonstrated and he added that the allies can wait for the future with the same confidence by the population of Paris under the long range The result of the first two days fighting on half of the de cidedly in our said De Over the rest of the tho en emy succeeded in gaining at the four miles at thn price of heavy Everybody feels that the first phase ot German offensive ia a failure and this may mean within a few days the failure of tho whole Replacing For two months Germany hae used all possible means to replace her loss1 es in men anil to raise tho offensive power of her Reinforcements taken from the German troops of occupation in Rus of Russians to replace Herman Use of Austrian troops for second ary tasks at the rear or on Relgian Suppression of all the delays grant ed to drafted Drafting of part of the class of liy these efforts we can appraiao the results that Germany 13 seeking and the importance of an offensive that cannot be indefinitely Not Germanys human supply Is not With an adversary whose strength jjeems to have reached its utter lim llio French army of in spite of the strain of former in spite of ati intensive French on of Georgette Beautiful coloring and a big range of the seasons best all from our regular stock that sold upto All on Sale Friday morning in the Cloak your Fall Suit Now Friday morning you can buy a Pure Wool Serge it in N or only i uuay iiiuiiuiig you can uuy a rure wool oerge 5uit in or Worth at least Ic ;