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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THte feBTHBRtDOB DATLV HERALD PAGE ELEVEN the Best for Lest and Satis faction Sale The RecordBreaking Sale Childrens Middies A little hotter quality of Childrens Made white drill with fancy striped collar in white Borne haVe smocked Size 612 Regular f Rummage Sale 14 Off CrepedeChene and Silk Waists on Saturday Infants Bonnets About 26 in this lot of They are made of silk finished repp and fine Swiss trimmed with lace and Suitable for summer Regular 75c Rummage Sale 55c 15 per cent Off All Silk Dresses Wash Skirts There aro still a few dozen left those Itummage Sale Wash If you have one better get Wo cant secure any are cheaper than good cool skirt for Stampede Better Rummage Sale 95c PRINCESS SLIPS A bargain in fine White Cotton Princess Only sinall sizes In this but a real snap to those who can wear Neatly Regular Rummage INFANTS BONNETS Another lot of dainty Infants Made of fine embroidered wash silk and fine Swiss Very cool and and Regular Rummage 75c The Last Act of the Drama is Always the Best So with our great Rummage Sale the last will b the The best for you because we have added even greater bargains for the last days Many of these lines have advanced aWay up and beyorid todays retail prices so take advantage of this big selling This has been the greatest Rummage Sale we have ever had and Saturday will make it even A record CHILDRENS DRESSES We are Childrens Wash Dresses and A good selection of styles In gingham and light and dark Cheaper than making Regular SILK WAISTS If you need an extra waist for fair week his is your Marie of washable silk In flesh and peach Dainty new styles with large ItfsKUlar Rummage Rummage PILLOWCASES 200 Pillow made from good quality of white hemmed All ready for Size 40 and 42 You cant go wrong buying a few pair at this Regulur Rummage CHILDRENS NIGHT DRESSES A limited quantity of these fine white Crepe Night made In slipover with short Neatly Easy to Regular Rummage KIDDIES MUSLIN DRAWERS Not many in this but they will soon go in the Rummage Made of good fine white cambric neatly Small Regular 4Bc UNDERSKIRTS Black Sateen Made in goodbig with deep A skirt that cannot duplicate for value A limited number on for Rummage GINGHAMS You are simply buying these dainty Wash Ginghams at wholesale price so better stock up for the A full assortment of Sale 84 SHEETING Plain heavy cotton Freo from A shooting we bought some time ago so wo share with you tills Pull suitable for double Regular Rummage Rummage Sale 75c 10 per cent off on Saturday only All Dress New Wash Silk House Pillow Cloth Silk f c RYLA THE BUSY STORE BUSIER THAN EVER Better Come Early on Saturday Ladies Hose 300 pairs of Larllps lilack Llslo Finished Jfosiv Full fashioned mid well Good fast Slightly Impor fect as hoy are aro called manufacturers but wonderful value at Rummage Sale 35c 400 White Voile Waists at each Childrens Middies Childrens White Wash Middy Made of good quality white drill with patch pocket and collar trimmed with plain Sizes Regular 85c j Rummage Sale 60c 15 per Off All Serge Dresses White Underskirts 25 White Mualin trimmed with lace or hemstitched Good quality of Wonderful Value at the Regular Price LOO Rummage Sale 75c 42INCH NAINSOOK Extra flue sheet White Absolutely free from dressing or Best English Suitable for under night 42 inches Regular Rummage Sale 35c SILK MIDDY WAISTS Just a few of these dainty Silk Middy Waists in ladies sizes Made good quality of Shantung silk with plain color as trimming on coliarand Rummage r ft 4 By Richard i that we creatures of the potty ways Poor prisoners behind these fleshy Can sometimes think in thoughts with God Touching the fringes of the outer And stringer still that having flown BO high And stood unshamed In shining We can resume our nor Imply In mien or gesture what that mem ory PERSONAL Miss Lindsay left yesterday to spend her holidays at Smith left yesterday morning for Misses and Brown of Masin asin motored through the city yester day on their way to where they will spend a few days with RED CROSS DANCE AT RAYMOND WILL BE BY THE JUNIOR AEP CROSS CLUB at ODDFELLOWS HALL JULY 20th 1918 1841 friends before going to Banff where they will spend a month r c George Donnelly of Edmonton is spending the week with and Rutherford on their farm at trbn Miss Merle Reid is in Medicine Hat the guest of and Mrs Jack Lucas and little daughter were the guests of the Masses Baw den while in tfce Sherlock and MitsMarjorle Sherlock have gone to Mrs McKenzle is holidaying at and Cutler have as thoir guests the formers parents and Cutler of Council Miss Inez Armstrong of Calgary IB visiting mother of Al len died this morning Ut Poii and and Jack loft this afternoon to be present at the fun i SOCIETIES CHURCHES One of the most enjoyable events In the history of the Eastern Star was a joint picnic held by the Maple Leaf and Coaldale chapters on Tuesday evening at the Experimental About one hundred and fllty their families and visitors from chapters in Canada and the Un it PC States were During the evening two very enjoyable ball games ivoro the Indies game being won by Miss Helseths team and tho mens game Simpsons results of the races were Married ladies 100 yard Gilmore single 100 yard Miss Holseth jsjngle mens 180 yard JdRhsonii married mens 100 yard girls 100 yard Vistula Norton Marvel Rogers Boys under Ronald Hick Ralph McKenzle Hays over Lennox 1st Ralph 4 was also given to the largest family and the youngest baby At a delightful wartime supper was served on The evening came to a happy close by singing Auld Lang Syne and God Save the The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church held a business soc ial meeting at the residence of Curtis last A pleasant even was spent after the business of the meeting had been Re freshments were It was de cided to put on a play in the The ladies aid of the United church are having a booth at the stampede and would like the loan of a refriger ator for the Anyone willing to loan one is asked to phone Hod gins at the Victoria Man is receiving donations for the purchase of a phonograph or other form of entertainment for the Frank A business meeting of the Girls Auxiliary will be held tonight at at the The members are asked to turn in the results of the tickets sold for the berry All the helpers for the Girls Aux illary at the Stampede are asked to meet tonight at at the to arrange details for the MUSIC EXAMS The following pupils passed the re cent examinations held by the Assoc iation Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music of England at tha Con servatory of Music Ken higher Miss Hazel higher sjnglng Miss Kathleen higher sing ing Miss Marguerite higher singing Miss Olga higher singing Miss Marion singing Master Milton higher violin Miss Emma elementary piano Miss Ethel elementary piano Miss Stella elemen tary piano Miss Margaret elementary piano Miss elementary piano Master Uonuld primary violin Master Wal dron primary piano Ethel prlrqary Piano Miss Miss Jean primary piano Miss Anna primary e WEDDINGS 4 Yesterday afternoon tne marriage was quietly solemnized at Angus tins church of Tudor Howell of Jesmoml and Canon Murrell Wright The bride who was born at south of is the daughter of Henry Richard Mayne of who is in the diplomatic ser vice and a widow of Tudor for Denbigh Tuff is a well known old timer of the Lethbridgc district and a suc cessful farmer near He has a wide circle of friends in Leth The couple will leave for a short aftor which they will reside on the ranch at FRANCES DAY Appeal of French Red Cross This week our ally France celebrat ed the 129th anniversary of that epoch making date in French the Fall of the July Marking as it did the triumph of the ing himself to further deeds of hero ism and of devotion for the sake of his He fallen he thinks of those held pris oners in an emey Those for whom neither music nor service may commemorate the birthday of the upon this Fete day of in thousands of weary stricken in the flower of maimed and stretched upon beds of lie listening as through the open there floats to them the beloved strain of La Mar Strong men become like llttlp gather in their pour down their They turn their ashamed that any should witness th6 bodily weakness which betrays their They who have suffered so and who have lived to hear once again upon the Fete day of the music of the nations Thus do men does a great nation endure unflinchingly girding again her dedicating herself to victory Vive la But at what million thousands maim Still the wounded pour into al ready crowded passing through the skilled hands of nurses and whose every i day of service is a record of heroism and And over these wounded the great hospitals taxod to the over tired surgeons and weary great Mother of Red Cross stretches out her protective arms Red Cross on ROOSEVELT FOR New July before Waving today for Oyster on his return from the unofficial Republican convention at Saratoga declared he had nothing to regarding the pro posal to nominate him for He n6t comment on the state ment of AttorneyGeneral Merton the convention last night he would withdraw from the race should the Colonel become a candid Frances Day appeals for those for these her suffering and for the oxiled who in prison people in their struggle for camps of the enemy have leamt that the victory of the oppressed over this date 10 annually com membrated in France as the Fete day of the French Republic Frances In the past four years over a million men of France given their lives that their country might continue to endure in liberty and Festiv ity and holidaymaking have no a part in the celebrations with which I he people of France were wont to commemorate the birthday of the Ro France rcmemebers She remembers them rever We see even little thousands of them sorrowing but un pledging themselves anew this symbol of mercy ii for them also the messenger of Throughout the British men and Vomen have been called i upon to respond to this appeal of the French Red through the channels of their respective Red j Cross j Last year the Alberta Red Cross gave to the sick and wound ed of This year a still great er need must be met and the sum of has been appropriated from the funds of the society as a donation to the French Red No special appeal will be but it is in ex pectation of many generous contribu tions to the needs of that the this day of to Alberta CrosB lias ltself 16 fight and to sacrifice until Ito tlllB the enemies of Prance are driven from Francos suffering of French Till the of nations France tho heroism of and the liberties of sanctity These are the thoughts to stir within of homo and the abiding ties of hon1 us responsive to make ua shall be recognized by those enask ourselves what we in Canada have as obligations which even tho what we have sacrificed as ruthlessness of military autocracy compared with the peopple of the dare not lightly thrust We see old women and child refugees of driven from of them separated for ever from about the Flag of their country as it floats proudly in their Wo see them moved by an emotion too deep for wUh uplifted and raised they cry with one accord Vive We see great Contributions for Frances Day fund should bo remitted through local branches of tho Red Cross society and specially marked for the above HOOVER IN r as he I July American food control arrived today at a Britlh from THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER 1 AND MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER L i WILL HOLD THREE TAG DPS DURING STAMPEDE FRENCH RELIEF SERBIAN AND MONTfNMIMH RELIEF ;