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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THiinSDAY. JULY 18, 1018 PAGE NINE > ; >�?> ? .> > O, COME WITH ME. ? pjPomo with mo for a few swoot. hours, (Out In tho Ilolils ot Qod's own Ilowors. Out In tho land ot song. Why will you stny wlioro thu slslea aro groy, Tolling along on your choorless way, Amid tho city's throng? Como' with me wUoro the soft winds blow, Como out whoro tho wlltl flowers grow Among tho yellow dnttadlla, Conifi where tho fairies play at dusk o' day, When tho golden sun is slipping away Down beyond tho hills. Como with mo ern tho day grows l.atp, Come when tho thrush Is calUnB hl3 nmto III tho mornlns hours. Oh, oomo with mo to tho meadows wide and froo, And l!iy hoarl �hall sing the bird's sweet melody Among tho flowers. : : : : ? ? : v : : ? ; : ; : : o o : PERSONAL :. ? ? : : >> ! : : : : : : : > Jho ladlo.9 of the Christian church will .sow at thu Ucd Cross rooms on V 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 profiled by tne prices v^^e Have given at our Rummage Sale. This has been proven by its wonderful success. Each day has shown a huge increase over last year. We must impress on you just the same that this 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 $12.50. Rummage Sale $4.50 LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES 100 only. Ladies' White Cambrio Night Dresses, trimmed with neat embroidery edging. Made In slip-over stylo with short sleeve. Values that wo cannot give again. Rummage Sale............$1.00 LADIES' HOSE A hugo table load ot fine black and white hose in extra fine quality for summer wear. They como in Bizo 9 only, but tho Quality is wonderful. Ueg-ul[\r 65c. Rummage Sale,..............49c BUNGALOW APRONS 200 only. Largo Bungalow Aprons with belt and pocket, made from good quality ot print. Tho goods alono is worth a great deal more than 'WO ask for tho apron complete. Uomenibor this is the last week. Only two more days at this price. Rummage Sale ............. 69c LADIES' KNITTED COMBINATIONS A limited quantity of this popular selling line. Made In good stylo and well finished in every way. For this week only. Rummage Sale..............69c CORSETS A full range of sizes in this popular corset. Made in a medium low bust from good material, A corset that gives excellent wear to the average �figure. They aro worth a great deal more money today. Regular ?1.50 value. Rummage Sale............$1.25 LADIES' COMBINATIONS 25 Suits only In this Une ot Ladies' Knitted Combinations. They aro mado by the well known firm of Watson in what is called the spring noedlo weave. We made a loader of these suits at ?1.50. They are worth more. Rummage Sale, suit.........$1.10 MEN'S BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 150 only, Men's Balbrlggan Undershirts in black, white or natural color. Well made and well finished and good fitting. A warm weather bargain for tlioso who wear size 40. Regular 7Bc. Rummage Sale..............45c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Wo have added 100 more shirts to this lot. They aro better than over. Thoro aro not nil sizes but it you can find your size tho values will surprise you. Sizes li to IGMi- Kegulnr to $1.50. Rummage Sale..............8Sc A New Leader in Silk Waists 100 Plain and Fancy Trimmed Wash Silk Waists. All brand new fall styles in pink, maize, flesh, white, apricot or black. Some are made in plain style with large hemstitched collar; others are trimmed with pretty guipure lace. They sell at $4.00 regular. Rummage Sale........ .....$2.95 HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, TABLE LINEN, CORSETS, SILKS, SILK SKIRTS, WASH SKIRTS, DRESS GOODS, BED SPREADS, SHEETS, PILLOW CASES AND SHEETING. Au1.rANDRyUAND5 4. CO. CREPE WAISTS �V THE BUSY STORE 10% OFF ALL DRESS SILKS Friday afternoon. All IntProsttul nre asked to attend as tlferS wUl ho work for all. mm* A business mooting of ibn (!irln' Auxiliary will be hold tomormw niglit at 7,;jO at tho Y. M. C, A' Th- iii.;m-bors aro asked to turn in ilio results ot the tickets sold for the hcny rido. m m m All tho helpers for the Clirln' Auxiliary at the Stampede arc n^ki il Id meet tomorrow night at .io ui (iio Y. AT. C. A. to arrange del ails for tho work. m m m The Live Wire class of I'nc Tnltcd rluirch Is holding an Ice i �oiiai tonight at the corner, of l;:ih Kiicei and 5tli avcnuo north. I'm f. of tho proceeds will bo given lo the, Jtcd Cross. . � � * : p held tonight on Wcstniln^tLT school lawn at seven o'clock. Tho W. A. of St. Mary's dnnxh held n most Buccosfiful Ice (rn.-iin social last night at the home ot Mr. Mock ford which was attended by u luvgo number ot people. f. � � Knox camp, comprising almut fifteen members have gono to Watorton Lakes to spend two weeks under tho cbaiu^ronago ot Mr. and Jlr;. E. AinS' worth. The Berry Ride held last night by I tho Girls' Auxiliary went ri, wonderful aucfo.ss and us a result tlio Frank SanatarUini will profit by a largo sum. Leaving town early in the even-ing tho guests were tranKpinlcd by motors, loaned by the Uninry and Auto clubii to the Experi/iU'Dtal Farm, whore the lovely garden!; and cool shady nooks under the liops offered a welcome chaiige froiii thf sultry heat of thn day. Music was fiirnishoil all evening by the LothbridKc band who were out In full Ktrent;lli ,ind wero nio.=t generous with tiii'ir Hi'li'Clions, \ playing until darkness ciidfd the sue-� ct'ssfui party. Hat �.vculhor refresh-I inont.s were in great dcinnnd and a \ splendid sum was rcall/.pd from the 1 vMii of berries, ice croam .aiid lemonade. Altogether it was an evening ot decided enjoyment to the large number of people who wero pn^acnt. "   The picnic held yeaiprduy at Rat-! tery Point by tho Next-ol-Kin wh'a at-! tended by a large nunilnM- of ninmbors and '.hoir families. Races for ilie chil-: dren iind grown-ups formed tii..; prin-tipal entertainment. A baakol sup-Jier was nerved under the Iree^. TUi ro.siill.s of the races v.ei'o utt follow.s: Ladies' races: .Special lace. ;\lrs, ilurk-ley. 1; Mr.s. Summers. '.'. I'at Worn BEL M PLEOG TO SMARO W OF won Amsterdam, July IS.-While declining to gtvo Its Interprntatlon of tho recent statomont by Chancellor Von ifortling, regarding Ilolgli.ni, the German l-'alherland parly, according to nowspaporu has issued tho folUiwInK Htatoment on tliu subjofl: "As far as wo are concerned, liel-gluin is a pledge to safeguard a lasting peace, to alrenglhen (iernuiny In lis hands In Belgium to i)re3orve the Fiomiiigs and their indtiHtrlet; from becoming French If posidblo and from Knglisli tyranny. We want a free Flandors as a real giiaranti'o for the tne vital necessities of tho Cierman people." SFALSELY CLAIM VICTORY London, .luly IS.-.j. Mrs. Pirlh. J; Mrs. Taylor. 2. Girls' races: From 3 to 4 yearn, 'Maruarot' Dougal, !; Violet Vcre, 2. Kl.\ ;, eight years, Isa Ri.sk. 1; Margaret Vero, 2, Eight to ten years, C. Morris, 1; L. Coombs, 2. Eleven to twelve years, Hilda Morris, 1; Birdie Harl:ley, 2. Open race for all girls, Lillio Morris, 1; Hilda Morris, 2. Boys' races: Pour to five years. J. Barkley, 1; L. Powell, 2. Six to seven years, 11. fjco, 1; ,1. Long-worth, 2. Eight to ten years, J. Powell 1; C. Larson. 2. Eleven to twelve years, V, Dougal, 1; A. Llnnlng, 2. Big Boys' race, J. Dougal, 1; John Barkley, 2. flSH AIR FORCE S GETTING IN July M, contains provisions for tho exchange of ofllcers. non-commissioned oificors and men-British and German prisoners of war-and those interned in Holland, us well as civilians intcri\ed in Holland and Switzerland. The latter will leave the country where they aro interned. Tlie new arrangement provides that non-commissioned ollleors will bo exchanged direct, instead of being in-i torned. German and British prison-' ers of war and civilians interned In Holland will leave that country, while their places will be taken by officers who have been prisoners for more than eighteen raontliB, and other prls- \ oners in poor health. Tho number of prisoners to he interned. In addition to the agreement of 1917 amounts to 7,500 sick or wounded British ofllcers and about 2,500 German ofllcers. Meet Me At The Fair! SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede week. Corsets from $3.50 up. Mrs. F. A. Parker & Mrs. Martin EE GERMAN SOPPLY OFHUINSIS Ottawa, .Tuly 17.-The following official review ot British aerial operations for the last week has been received by the director of public information hero In a cable: "British airinen continued their steady and aggressive work on all fronts. On the weatorn front, desplto rain, mist and clouds, British airmen kept tho closest eyo on over.v moveinont of the enemy and is keeping him lively by bombing dumps and hutmonts, attacking infantry transiinrts with machine guns and helping tlio artillery to dOH-troy hia battoricB, boBldes taking thousands Of pUotograpliR ot his positions. "Aerial fighting of this nature resulted in heavy enciny losses. "Plfty-two enemy machines wero downed and thirty-seven wingod help leas, making a tola! of 80 for the week. Only seventcon British ma-chlnoa weio reported missing. Raids oil Germany. "The Independent Royal Air Force continues its bombing raids into Germany, attacking Metz, Sabbn, Sanr-'oruckon, Cobloiiz and Knthouao, while single raids \wore also made on Bol-chen, Mannheim. TheonrlHo, Pnlkcn-burg, KalHorslaiilen and Lii.\emburg. Al! the machines rotumod safely. 'Tho navy and "ir ror.^e again co-oporatad .'n utiinka on Oormiin naval worlcfl on the llolglan ooaat with excellent results. IknuhB woro seen to burst on vital points of the harbor entrance, powder faclorlea, warehouses and the quay, at Ostond, around tho lock gates at Zeebrugge and on shipping at Bruges. "Undnmagod British machines took a thousand photographs and downed slit enemy aircraft. Similar khccosso.i wore experienced nu tho Balkan any! Palestine fronts, and half u ton of bombs were dropped effectively on Constnntlnoplo on June 27. SANCTION IT Loudon, July lS,~The Times understands tho govorninent'htt.s sunctlonad the nmalsamntion of Moyds bank and (he Capital 'i,\nd Couutlos ha*!^ and 'he Niitlonal Bunk of Scotland and tho Loudon and Rfvo:*''?:,-'; >),ifi]t. Washington, July 18.-The Inltlnl failure of tho now German offensive so carefully prepared is characteristic of a now phase of the war, said Mr. Kduard Do Billy, deputy French high commissioner to tho United States, in discussing the result of the first two days ot the fighting east and v.'cst of Rhelms. The scope of tho Franco-American co-operation, M. Do Billy said, already has been demonstrated and bo added that tho allies can wait for the future with the same confidence sho.wn by the populntiou of l-'nrlS under the long range bombardment. "Tho result of the first two days' fighting fs, on half of tho front, decidedly in our favor," said M, Do Billy. "Over tho rest of tho front, tho enemy succeeded in gaining at the most, four miles at the price of heavy iosaes. "Rvcrybody feels that the first pl'.ase of tl 0 Gorman offonslve is a failure and this may moan within a few days the tntluro of tho whole ottonsivo. Replacing LoBsei. "For two months Germany has used all possible means to replace her loss-' es in men and to raise tho offensive power of her army. "Reinforcements taken from the Gorman troops of occupation In Russia. '(��lo of Russians to replace Herman workers. "Use of Austrian troops for secondary tasks at tlie rear or on Belgian territory. "Suppression of all the dela.vs granted to drafted men. "Drafting of part ot the class of 1020. "By these efforts wo can appraiso tho results that Germany U sooklng and tho lm])ortanco of an offonslve that cannot bo Indofiiiitoly repeated. Not Inexhaustible, "Germany's human supply la not Inexhaustible, "With an adversary whose atronglh aeoms to havo reached Its utter limit, tho French army of 191S, in spite of tho strain ot former battles, !n siilto ot ttu lutenslve French front, on e mi Crepe Beautiful coloring and a big range of the season's best styles, all from our regular stock that sold up to $9.50. All on Sale Friday morning in the Cloak Department. Save |W or llS-Bij fmt Fall Suit How! Friday morning you can buy a Pure Wool Serge Suit in Navy, Sand, or Green. Worth at least $42.50, lor only 2 14 84 50664?56 ;