Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
iWEDNRSDAY, JULY 24, 1918 THIi LETHBHIDGIi, DAILY llEl\r^x.O l^AGE ELEVE?^ > ? � � Mrs. E. .T. Wllllama, with her children, left yesterday on n visit to her sister, .Mrs. D. Davles, at Coloman. li m m Mr. and Hrs. E. Davls.vof Calgary, aro In the city during starnpedo week. * w � Misx McLeay has returned from spending a holiday at the coast. Master I>eonard Scott has left for Vancouver to join hie mother for the summer. m m m Mr. C. McLcllan, of the Farm and Ranch Review, Calgary, is In the city attending tho stampede. � Miss Kirk, who has been 111 in tho Gait TiioHpital, is the guest of Mrs. A. Hings during hor convalescence. * � � Mrs. A. Haywood and family are visitors in Nelson, B.C. Mrs. n G. Swift, wife of Lieut. R. G. Swift, postmaster at .Mngrath, ia in tlie Gait Hospital In tho city, having 'leen detained there by illness for some time. - Rev. G. II. and .Mrs. Cobliledick Ion last week to spend six weeks visiting the coast cltie.s.-Edniontori DuUolin. * � Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Saunders and Misaes Kato ond Corrlne Roy returned yesterday' from a motor trip to Wlunlpog. Mr. and Mrs. Saunders while there wera tho guests of .Mr. and .Mrs, James Gardiner, the latter being Mrs. Saunders' sister. � �' Mrs, H. A. -McKlllop has aa her guest, her mother and sister, Mrs. R. F. Hamilton and .Miss Hessfe Hamilton of Shoal Lake, who will bo visitors In Lethbrldge for an indefinite period. Mr. and .Mrs. ,7. P. Tennant, of Winnipeg, passed through the city on their way to Vancouver after visiting relatives In Coutts, Sweet Grass and You'll like Model Bakery Bread better than any you ever tasted before. None equal it^for its flavor and nourishment. It is a war bread, yet retains that delicious tang of wheat. The family I^T^^y^v, is sure to relish it. You can buy our bread at your grocers or direct from us. The Model Bakery PHONE 1175 N. J. 8CHWpiTZER, PROP. Conrad. Their nleco, Miss- Knto Ton-nant, of Ooutte, accompnnlod them to tow'.i and 1* the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. Joo Tennant. . .', Mrn. E. C. MacDonald. who has been visiting In T^ethbrl'lK ^ for the past month, has returned to hor iiome in Ulalrmoro. � WEDDINGS - > > > > BUnLAND-Q1AI1>. A quiet wedding took ijIucc- in Pernio ciirly Sunday morniiiK. wlien .Mr. \Vm. Uurljind, nt Vancoiivii-. formerly accountant at tho Homn iU\nk. Fernie, was united in marriage in Miss Alice Quail, daughter of .Mr. ,iiid Mrs. .1. D. Quail. Tho bride was iiH.'^istod by Miss Alice nuthle, and tlu! uroom by tho bride's brother, Wilson Qii;ill. The ceremony was perfornu'il liy tliR Rev. Yolland. Only tho imiiipiliato friends of tJio contracting parlies were present. After the ceremony the young couple motored to Mlchi-l. whore tlioy took the evlnlng train for Banff. .Mr. and .Mrs. Burland hav.' tlie best wishes of a host 6f frionds for a long and.lmppy married lifo,- Fernie Free Prese. 4> The attention of the Indies is called to Iho Red C'ross sewing which takes place in the Red Cross room every Monday night. Tho attondunce at i)re-sent is very poor and any girls who can possibly help., are asked to come next Monday at 7.30. Tho rooms are very eool and comfortable even in ho weather. �>>. � > ? ELKO. : ? f : > < : ? Men's, Women's and Boys* Clothes at Cost During Fair Week We purchased so heavily that we must unload our big stock ot WOMEN'S "QUEEN QUALITY" ' MEN'S SUITS and SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES BOYS'SUITS For the convenience of out-of-town shojjpers we have arranged to, offer the Entire Stoc^ at Cost Fair Week Goods Are Right. We invite you to see them 1 608 third Avenue South THE f TAILOR TOOK LONG Til 0 DESTROY LINER Battled All Night With Subs-Tale Would Make Fine Story , London. .Tuly 24.-The Rclfast Telegraph speaking of the sinking of the Jiistlcia, says that land liaJ jusl bef-n lost Bight of when a torrlllc explosion shoo ktho ship. The crow was Hpcr-d-ily mustereil on dock, but II wa.-t soon nHcertaincd that tlu! damaga was so trivial that the liner would remain afloat for a siilllclent period to enable, hor to bo lowed to port. A tug pulled alongside the liner for this purpose when two moro torpedoes were fired by a submarine wliich had not boon sighted, Tho missiles missed the target, puaslng between the Hnor and tho tug. Further attempts wore made by tho KUbmurluc to torpedo the .lustii-ia during Frhiuy night but nil failed and it was not until aSturday morning, and after the submarine had expended numerous torpndoos, tlvat the restruc-tlon of tho ship was accomplished. Tho final attempt was made at S o'clock Saturday morning when tho torpedoes hit tho ship. One struck the engine room, causing a violent explosion and the other penetrated a torehold. The liner was In tow at the time an das she did not sink until two o'clock in tho afternoon .there was plenty of time to trnnsfer the crew to other-rescuing ships, A Fine tSory An Irish Port, July 2;!,-The story of the flglit between the Gorman aub-marlno and Justlciu, if It could ha told, w''ould make one of the finest stories in tho annals of anti-submarine warfare. Nothing which has occurred in con-nectlo nwith the sinking of tho former White Star steamer gives navy men any cause for misgivings over the submarine war. Tho defensive measures and methods showed up to excellent advantage aud indicate tiiat tho Entente naval forces can always be counted on to mako the enemy pay dearly for every attempt he makes. Figure Out What One Corn Costs Co�t of Having Figure the hours which a corn may cpoU-the best hours that you have. Figure, the hours spent In pr Ing It -just to lessen the pain for n time. Figure the torture, the dlscorofott which nothing can repay. Then remember that Sill Is needless. It 13 folly, it is out of date. The day of corns ended years ago, when Blue-jay was invented. Millions of people never know a corn ache. I^obody ever should. Those who do either coddle corns, or use some old-time treatment. Cost of Ending In time it takes a jilly - just th� ' moment needed to apply a little Blue* jay piaster. The money cost Is about four cents. The corn pain then stops instantly*! never to come back. The corn Ilsel*' disappears completely, and usually' with one application. , There Is no effort, no dlscamforl.. You apply the Blue-jay and forgttth* ' corn. Try it tonight. Whatltdoesto one corn it will do to every corn that comes. As one goes, all will go, and as soon as they appear. You may save a thousand houra. perhaps, by proving this fact now. BAUER & BLACK, Limitad, Chicago, New York, Toronto Mahtrt of Sartlcml Or�i�inV'. (c. Blue=jay S^te" Stop Pain Instantly-End Corna Complel�ty Large Packase 2Sc at DruBgitt*-Small Package DitcantinueA FR03T IN NORTH Rdmonton, July 24.-Three degrees of frost was reported on the govern- ment thermometer last night, and the result Is that light garden stufl Is down. Country districts report little or no damage to the grain. ? * ? CAMP FIRE NEWS. Wcdneaday dawned bright on a sleepy canip. \yhen the first call for breakfast was given there was a gen-oral debate.as to whether we would got up and eat breakfast or sleep until noon. Breakfast won out. In the afternoon the Boy Scouts came out. After supper tbere was a baseball and hasketbiill game between the boys and girls. The girls carao out victorious in basketbsl!. but Ihn Jjagehall-well, it had a different ending. After the game v/o weut hack to camp and filled up on ice cream, Thursday dawned. 90 in the shade. Aa It was too hot to do anything we postponed ail meals and games until evening. Ono visitor come out in the afternoon and brought two gallons of Ico cream, which soon disappeared. About 10 p,ni. wo heard something that sounded like an earth quake and we soon saw a car trimmed with bells and loaded with girls. Two more gallons of Ice cream canto In that car and took the same course aa the former two gallons. At 11.30 there was a big eating contest held in one of iho tents. At 12 p. m. we all wont to bed in one tent and did Mot hear anything until next morning, when sonic one yelled, "It's after nine, where are the cooks?" Friday. No ono had time to rest, packing was tho chief occupation as we were breaking camp. Our camping days are over for this year, but we will never forget the good times wo had at St, .Mary's river bod. The Camp Firo girls wish to thank all the frionds who helpel In making their camping such a success by the use, of their cars and getteroue l^gupply 0 flee cream, cake and fruit. i------- IS IN EUROPE ^.Washington, July 23.-Arrival In Europe of Edward U. St^ttlnlUB, second as3iB\,ant secretary of war, with tumorous staff officers, was announced today by Secretary Baker, Mr. Stet-tlnluB will make a general survey of the supply and Industrial situation as it has developed with the expansion of American pverseaa fgroes. H.UN8 FRUSTRATED. London, July 24.^ohn M, Cllnea, the British food control-. ler, aptaking at the Mansion House luncheon yesterday, said that Qarrnnny'a ambitious hopes with rcBord to her submarine pal- Icy have been completely frus' . -trated.- - . . i � Don't Miss Seeing This Display Don't Miss Seeing This Display A Fine Display of -: RICH FURS:- Simpson's Booth at the Exhibition Building Ladies* Fur Coats, Muffs and Capes All these furs are for sale. We will accept a small deposit and store any article you select until you are ready to take delivery. OR we will take SPECIAL ORDERS and have them made up to your liking for delivery October 15th, or later.- A Word or two about Qualities and Values We took no chances on later deliveries from the manufacturer knowing that there will be a great scarcity of the popular lines of furs and also knowing that prices are advancing rapidly we bought early at the lowest market prices, getting the choicest selected skins at the right time. You can compare our fur pric^is with any high grade furs in the west. We know the prices are right and the styles are the very latest.- WhHe Looking Over Our Display Take a FREE GUESS At the number of beans contained in a glass jar.- The nearest guess is good for a Fine Silk Sweater Coat. The second nearest gets a Rich Rat Muff. The third nearest secures a New Marabout Cape. The Simpson Co., Ltd.