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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD r FRIDAY, JULY 21, IMC A Whirlwind Finish to a Wonderful Sale RYLANDS1 RUMMAGE SALE ENDS IN A BLAZE OF BARGAINS EVERYTHING ON THE BARGAIN TABLES MUST BE CLOSED OUT TOMORROW No need to urge you to attend the Rummage Sale Tomorrow. It's the last day of our big clean up sale, so you know what that means. Any line that has been "sticking1' moves out tomorrow. Any goods that have been overlooked in the early rush of the sale go on sale at prices that will ensure a speedy clearance. Another big day's business tomorrow will make this the biggest sale in the store's history. We are too busy to give you in detail the many bargains for tomorrow, but you will be repaid in many ways by shopping here on Saturday. Shop in the Morning. Be Here on the Last Day for Exceptional Bargains RYLANDS CO. Why pay regular prices for your dry- goods. Buy arid save at this See what we call bargains. A -whole store full. All rifpriced for the last day. Movement for Free Rural Hospitals is Spreading Calsary, July plan for free public" hospitals for the province of advanced by the-Free Pubik- Hospitals League of Calgary lias been eudorsetl by ilie Calgary Trades and Labor Council, the Calgary Ministerial Association and tbe Rural .Municip- alities and Local Improvement District anil is being considered by tUe executive of tbe I'llited Far- iiiers of Alberta. The response to the a-itation has been so prompt that is noiv taking steps to or- ganize a provincial campaign, ex- ecutives of each of these associations and any other provincial organizat- ions which are interested. Letters are heinc sent to the executives of the churches of the province, tbe L'. T. U.. the Women's Institutes and. others asking their co-operation. Tbe jjovernment will be approached to initiate some sort of general plan for hospitals corresponding to the plan for public schools, the hospitals to he built and maintained in local dis- tricts, hut supervised, standardized and inspected ny the province. Tbe Free Public Hospitals League has outlined a practical basis in a tentative petition which was circulated at the Calgary Fair and which has been unite largely signed in Calgary. This petition will be sub- ject to revision and amendment by the Provincial commiilee to be organized, hut it outlines a practicable plan Cor an economical and highly efficient system of. hospitals and nursing staffs, while observing the fundamental pria- SALE OF USED ORGANS All just like new. of good make, in Mahogany and Walnut case, cabinet design. We have just received a carload from Toronto, your choice at If you are wanting an Organ: Call examine them or write for particulars Any of these organs will be sold on easy terms Weber Piano Just like new, in Mission finish ON EASY TERMS MASON RISCH cipfep of local autonomy in its con-j irol. tux on natural resources for its free service to all ji-itizeiis ami rospoiislWe public cmi trot of aH public money expemicil for hospital The petition endorsed und cir- j culated by thp League is as follows: I 'Whereas Hit- number nurses anil. doctors hi the rural rtmmiunities of j I Alberta is inadequate to meet ilie} 'needs of the people: and thy scale, of! fee- diaraod by members of professions so iliiu few act-! tiers can afford ilie attention ami ser- j vices necessary to properly safeguard j the life ami healtU uf their families j except at exorbitant cost; and the; iiccouiodatum for Hit1 proper nursing j am! care of the sick is inadequate j unsuitable; j "And whereas the loss of life usd j health, owing to thesu conditions, is so great as to constitute a serious j national loss and a grave menace to the happiness and welfare of the i people. we, the undersigned hereby petition the government of the Province of Alberta to take the neceS- ary procedure to inaugurate a system of public hospitals as complete and gratuitous as our public schools. And we recommend that iliese hospitals i'oe built, maintained and administered by the local municipal- ities or hospital districts wherever .possible; 'flmt the cost of these hos-, pitals be defrayed by a tax on the j land in the municipalities or districts served; that these hospitals be under, the direction of ati adequate staff of registered nurses, who shall be paid on a. scale commensurate with the scale of wages for mis class of service f throughout the country; and that j wherever possible qualified doctors be "engaged as heads of the hospitals, or j that an arrangement be made guaran-' teeing a minimum salary to a doctor j }in order that such.a person shall be- j located within reasonable distance ol the hospital. And we recommend that the ser- vice of this institution and staff be free to the people residing in the muii- icipaiiues. according to the need of each person. "And Ti'e recommend that tlin gov- ernment of this province pass legists t- lation making the provision of ade- quate public hospital accommodation compulsory upon municipalities; that the government organize a department lo have charge of the enforcement of 'this law and to assist the municipal-j itiea in providing accommodation in j the most economical way consistent; with a high stam'fird of efficiency. j "And recommend that this prov- j ince institute a complete system of hospital inspection and licensing of all j hospitals other than public.hospitals, j What the Press Agents Say villo. Harry Colcman has a novel niTertiig in the venlriloquial HUH: Stanley and Farrcll off or a patter and .singing number entitled "Going to the Wedding'1'that is amusing, and "The iron Cftiw" furnishes plenty of excite- ment in this instalment. At the Majestic BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE. CREAM BAKING Made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. Best for good food and good health. NO ALUM .with tile purpose of maintaining a high standard of service in all insti- tutions where the health of tbe people is cared for. "And we further recommend that the government of tills province take whatever steps are possible to enable municipalities lo take over and ad- minister, in conformity witli this plaa for free public hospitals, all hospital institutions now administered by in- corporated bodies, associations or soc- ieties, which arc dependent for their proper maintenance upon grants of public money, or which have ueen built by grants of public money for public hospital purposes; and that this province cease to grant pub- lic money to any hospital institutions other than free public hospitals as provided in this plan. Since the endorsatiou of this pet- itiou. representatives of theiLeagne. in discussions of the matter with the ex- ecutive of the Rural Municipalities Association of Alberta, have consid- ered the advisability of further sug- gesting that this plan ho supplement- ed by a scheme of district nursing such as. that suggested by the'Wom- en's Institutes in convention at Ed- rnootcn inter, tliis service to be especially for remote districts or for thinly settled districts where tbe lay- able land is not sufficient to support hosDital. SURPLUS AT EDMONTON F.dmonton, July ..financial statement of the Edmonton exhibition just closed shows a surplus of 18177. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will pay a vixit 1 to the Majestic theatre tomorrow. (Bainnliiy. July 22ndI and already it promises" to be one of the biggest drawing cards of the year. Intending patrons are advised to secure their seats well in advance, in order to avoid delay at the box office tomorrow- night. seats for the nisht performance are now on sale at lledicy's drug store The special children's matinee will start sharp at 2.30 tomorrow nl- ternoon. and every child in the city iiliould be given the opportunity to i witness the delightful old play. This lUarmim ami Aylefworth production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is staged on a massive scale, all the correct scenic, und electrical ellects bring faiihtully- reproducert. A large compr.ny inter- pret the many different characters. At the Empress The Bluebird feature, "A Son of the Immortals." will be repeated at the Empress tonight. Prince one of the Parisian army of "retired royalties, with his son. Alexis, and Ins I wife, make their headquar- ters in Paris. Prince Michael is a fop 'and a coward at heart. The sou. thinks little of thrones nor of i honors shown to royalty, inheriting imany of his democratic characteristics I from his American mother. Mcan- i while in Kosnovia, Gen. Paul Stamp- ioff was minister, who riiles the coun- trv through his power over the army, links that his authority is weakening j because King Theodore will not con- off war minister, who rules the coun- try Stampoff arranges for the assas- sination of the king and riucnn. and his diabolical plan i.t executed. At the Orplieiim Tiie big Chaplin feature, Police, will be repeated again tonight. I Monday the first big Pantages vau- deville bill of five acts will be shown. Leon Kimberly, n singer of merit and Rcna Arnold, a comedienne of ability, offer a singing und comedy i number 'that ranks at the top of vau- deville entertaining features. The Melody Six offer an interlude of songs and instrumental numbers that is high 'n quality and manner of presentation. Karl Emmy and his pets offer what is considered one of the best and most entertaining dog numbers in vallde- AtStni'land The great anil only John Harry more will lie esien at Startaml tonight ;uxl t union ow in another splendid I'.ira- .fomedy-drainii. full of and thrills. "The Lost Bridegroom." This is the first time Unit .Mr. Barry- more has appeared in the ro'.e of ii crook, not a real crook', hut uncons- ciously a crook. Returning from a bachelor dinner on the eve'of his mar- riage to Dorothy Hard in. Horth; .Joyce, the role hy Mr. Btirrymorc, is struck on the head by thugs, result- ing in tin? loss of memory. He wand- ers down to tiic river clothed in his trousers and a silk hat, which is ail ilie thieves left him, and tumbles in- lo thu water. Ho crawls out of the waler and ambles into a nearby uon where tlit3 proprietor's daughter to his rescue and he is fed and [dollied. It is then decided. that .lio j will iiiulie an excellent gentleman 'bin's la r. lie is sent to rob ins fiancee's j house, caught and recognized, and, I memory is restored and all ends hap- I [lily. In addition to this feature an- oiher Paramr.nm Travel picture" will be sUmwn Miss Sim in and Mr. Fleming will sing a tiuet. SUCCEEDS JAMES Oltiiwn. July J. Black, secre- tary of the commission, ha.s ibecn appointed federal commissioner jof agriculture., a position made vacant I by the death of C. C. James. Mr. j Black was formerly president of -Mani- toba agricultural college. MONSTER AUCTION SALE of Furniture and Housefurnishings TOMORROW, SAT., JULY 22nd MK.TV. L. WIESOA' will sell by public auction our complete stock of beautiful new furniture, carpels and draperies. The opportunity of a lifetime is here when (he doors are thrown open at 2 p. in., to secure your house needs at YOUR OWN PRICES POSITIVELY NOTHING HELD BACK. ALL THIS STOCK OF SPARKLIN3 NEW FURNITURE, ETC., WILL BE PLACED BEFORE YOU BY MR. WILSON AND YOU ARE THE JUDGE. REMEMBER THE DATE OF SALE, JULY 22ND, AT 2 P. M. AND AGAIN AT 7.30 P. M. BE EARLY, THERE WILL BE A CROWD. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. TERMS CASH. DOMINION BLOCK. LC.TEEPLE The-Store of High Quality and Low Price Red Raspberries, 2 bas. for 25c Strawberries, about mar- ket price. New Apples, small boxes, each 1-25 New Apples, 3 Ibs. for.....25c Lemons', large size 30c Orange..........30c, 40c 50c Peaches, per doz.......... 30c Peaches, per basket 45c Plums, blue, per basket 70c New Potatoes, 5.Ibs. for Celery, fancy B. C., 2 Ibs. Tomatoes, fancy hothouse, per Ib............ Lard ami Cooked Meats Boiled Ham, sliced, per Ib. Roast Ham, with dressing, per Ib................ Lunch Loaf, sliced, per Ib. Jellied Tongue, sliced, per ID. Bsck Bacon, very choice, per Ib.................. 40c 25c 35c 25c 25c 25c :j Ib. 5 pail 10 pail FREE 1 Ib. Teeple's Choice Ceylon Tea With a grocery order. JOc. 25c Stone Crocks, for butter or Pickles, in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 gallon, per gallon Cups and Saucers Clover Leaf, reg per doz., on saie for Water Glasses, regular per doz., on sale for 75c Cups and Saucers, plain white, reg. this weei< O'Codar Mops, refl. 75 for 65c O'Cedar Mops, reg. 1.26 for O'Cedar Polish 6uc Liquid Veneer, per bottle, 25c, 50c and Welch's Grape Juice, per bot- tle 10c, 25c, 50, 85c Lime Juice, per bottle 35c Raspberry Vinegar, per bot. 35c Lemonade, per tin'.. 15c 25c Potted. Meats, asst., 4 tins 25c Sardines, Canadian, 4 tins 25c Lobtter, in-glass ...30c Empire tin paiii 'reg. 36c for ......'.-25c Salmon, best' red Sockeye, brge tins 25c Salmon, pink, large tins, two for Best Red Salmon, small tins, each' 16c Evaporated Logan Berries, per package 20c Evaporated Cherries, pkg. 25c Fruit Jars, Perfect seal, pints, per doz Quarts, per dor Tanqlefoot, 4 double sheets for me Fly-catchers, 4 colls for 10c Wilson'c Fly Foil. "10o Olives, plain w si- "S Per bottle 15c, 2Gf. 30c, 40c Marmalade, 1.lb. glass spec. 20c Pork and Beans, Clark's, 3 .tins for 25c Pork and Beans, Heinz's, 2 tins for 25c Soup, Snider's large tins 15c Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c Grape Nuts, per package 15c Shrsdded Wheat, 2 for 25c Cream of Wheat, per pkg. 20c Wash Day Specials R.C. or G.W. Soap, per package of sjx.b'ars 20c Sunlight, 11 bars for 50c Gold Sojip, large bar, 5 for 26c Ivory Soap, 5 bars 25c Toilet Soap, 10 varieties put up 3 cakes In a box, good value at 30c and 35c, this week per box Z5c Palmolivo, 2 cakes for 25c' Albert Shaving Stick, on sale for 15c Washing Powders, Golden West, 2 pkgs. for "15c PHONE CORNER 4TH AVENUE AND ,5TH STREET SOUTH ;