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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 ELEVEN MILADI THE 8ONQ OF THE with Prance and Monten 18 one of tho countries to which the proceeds of tha Daughters of the Empire tag daya during Stam pede week will b s3he has not boon the object of poetic utterances to ouch an extent ac othor warring coun yet o song of sublime un conquerable hopo Is revealed In the f olloWlflg poom by BvetlalftV Stefan ovltch in the Literary Wo hare tis and now fcre flo Ruthlessly iltao all life bears Over ottr bones sleep the days that arc oer that a more fantom of But we wot It and emile at the race Of beings that a moment N We know then wouldst deem that thy lifes fleeting space Wis lavished from heaven Itaclt to tbjy Fromus thoii all that Is much thy For thou art our With the parti do not Because upon tombs thy tapers burn bright We nre not In the aro In Each ntep that thou beside theo we stay And behind as true as tby shadow we While with spaceand with time thou waging the Unnumbered to conquest we bear thee PERSONAL I Miss Nlvon la spending a few Fond of Good of course But wKy not make it BETTER Coffee Coffee at its SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet Perfect it solvei tKe 19Z CHASE SSANBORN MONTREAL days In Blalrmore visiting her Mrs with her child left yesterday on a visit to her at and aro In the city during stampede Mlsa McLeay has returned from spending a holiday at the Master Leonard Scott has left for Vancouver to join hie mother for the of the Farm and Ranch Kevlewj Is in the city attending tho Miss who has been 111 In the Gait is the guest of Hines during her Haywood and family are visitors In wife of R G postmaster at 18 in the Hospital In the hav ing detained there by Illness for some and Cobbledlek left last week to spend six weeks visiting the coast Bulletin and Saunders anr Misses Kate jind Corrlne Roy return ed yesterday from a motor trip to and Saunders while there were the guests of Mr and James the latter being Sdunders McKlllop has as her her mother and II Hamilton and Miss Bessie Hamilton of Shoal who will be visitors in Lethbrldge for an indefinite and of Win passed through the city on their way to Vancouver after visiting relatives In Sweet Grass am Youll like Model Bakery Bread better than any you ever tasted Noije equal if for its flavor and It is a war yet retains that delicious tang of The family is sure to relish You can buy our bread at your grocers or direct from The Model Bakery PHONE 1175 Their MissKnte Ton Of iKsoBfnpnnlod them o town and II iifest of and Joe Mrs R who has been visiting In lathtrldgo for the oast lias returned ID lior homo n 99CIAL IVINT3 Miss Helen daughter of and enter alned a number of her liuiu friends t a delightful afternoon parly re a novel feature of which was he sale of Red Cross liinulkcrclilefs vhlch created great Tho guests Included Misses Car Aerial Winnie MargueriiHcolt and Marion The ladles Society or and B will hold their regular meeting otilght at at tho Oddfollowa1 WEDDINGS TOOK LONG TIME T QUAIU A quiet wedding took place in Fcr nle early Sunday when of formerly accountant at the Home Was united In marriage to Miss Alice daughter of and The bride was insisted by Miss Alice and groom by the brides Wilson Tho ceremony was performed by tlio Only the Immediate friends of the contracting parties were pre After the ceremony the young couple motored to whore they took the evlntng train for and Burland have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long happy married Fertile Free 4 RED CROSS MONDAY NIGHT The attention of the ladles is called to the lied Cross sewing which takes place in the Red Cross room every Monday Tho attendance at pre sent Is very poor and any girls who can possibly asked to come next Monday at The rooms are very cool and comfortable even in ho Womens and Boys Clothes at Cost 1 During hair Week We purchased so heavily that we must unload our big stock ot WOMENS QUEEN QUALITY MENS SUITS and COATS AND DRESSES BOYSSUITS For the convenience of outoftown shoppers we have arranged to offer the Entire Stock at Cost Fair Week m The Goods Are Right We invite you to see them El 608 Third Avenue South THE TAILOR Battled All Night With Hubs Tale Would Make Fine Story July Belfast Teln graph speaking of tho nlnktiiK of says that land hml just been lout Bight ot when a terrific shoo lithe The crew was apnnd ily mustered on but It was anon ascertained that the damage wna so trivial that the liner would remain afloat for a mirflclent period to her to be towed to A tug pulled alongside the liner for this purpose when two moro torpedoes were flred by a submarine which had not been The missiles missed the passing between the liner and the Further attempts were made by the submarine to torpedo the Justlcia dur ig Friday night but all failed and it as not until aSturday and fter the submarine had expended umerous the restruc on of the ship was The final attempt was made at 8 clock Saturday morning when the orpedoes hit the Ono struck engine causing a violent xplosion and the other penetrated a Tho liner was In tow at the time n das she did not sink until two clock in the afternoon was lenty of time to transfer the crew to therrescuing A Fine tSory An Irish July story f the flght between the German sub lnfe and If it could be make one of the finest torles In the annals of antisubmarine Nothing which hag occurred In con ectlo nwith the sinking of the former Vlilte Star steamer gives navy men ny cause for misgivings over the ubmarlne The defensive meas res and methods showed up to excel ent advantage and indicate that the ntente naval forces can always be ounted on to make the enemy pay early for every attempt he Figure Out What One Corn Costs 4 Cost of Having Figure the hours which a corn may best hours that you hours spent In to lessen the pain for n Figure the the discomfort which nothing can Then remember that All Is It is It is out of The day of corns ended years when Blue jay was Millions of people never know a corn Nobody ever Those who do either coddle or use some oldtime Cost of Ending In time it takes a jiffy just tht moment needed to apply a little jay The money cost 3 about four i The corn pain thon stops j never to come The corn disappears and usually with one i There Is no no You apply the BlueJay and forget Try it What It does to one corn it will do to every corn that As one all will and as soon as they You may save a thousand by proving this act BAUER eV New Toronto Mektrt of Bluejay Stop Pain IntUntlyEnd Urge Package 25c it Dnif fUUSmall Package DiieontiniMtf JMtL FROST IN NORTH July degrees of frost was reported on the govern ment thermometer last and the result is that light garden stuff la Country districts report little or no damage to the Lots of Lethbrlde people are visit ing Elko this and Mrs Mathews and family camped in Can yon Stickioy and family he two Miss have rented ameron Gospel Miss an Hecke of theWestern Canada while sitting on the banks o lie Elk on Friday afternoon knittinf ocks for somebody her yarn rollee nto the river and in pulling it oin julled out an eight pound and he said that tfie fellow that get hose socks will come out all righ ust the same as the Mrs Strachan and two daughters hav ooms at the and west y and two daughters and gevera ither families are camped at Riversid Elko notes In Fernle Fre CAMP FIRE Wednesday dawned bright on sleepy When the first call fo breakfast was given there was a gen oral as to whether we woul et np and eat breakfast or sleep un 11 Breakfast won In the afternoon the Boy Scout came After supper there was baseball and basketball game betwee the boys and The girto cam out victorious in but th it a different en After the game we went back to camp and filled up on Ice Thursday 90 In the As It was too hot to do anything we postponed all meals and games until Ono visitor come out In the afternoon and brought two gallons of ice which soon About 10 wo heard something that sounded like an earth quake and we soon saw a car trimmed with bells and loaded with Two more gal lons of Ice cream came in that car and took the same course as the for mer two At there was abig eating con test held in one of Hie At 12 we all went to bed in one tent and did oiot hear anything until next when some one Its after where nre the cooks No one had time to packing was the chief occupation as we were breaking Our camping days are over for this but we will never forget the good times we had at Marys river The Camp Fire girla wish to thank all the friends who helpel In mak ing their camping such a success by the of their cars and generous Supply o flee cake and IS IN EUROPE July Arrival In Europe of Edward sec ond assisvant Bocrotury of with numerous staff was announc ed today by Secretary Stet tiniiiB will make a general survey of tho supply and industrial situation aa it has developed with the expansion of American oversells July John the British food control cpeaklng at tha Mansion House luncheon said that Germanys ambitious hopes with regard to her siMmarlne ley have been completely frus Dont Mis Seeing This Display Dont Miss Seeing This Display A Fine Display of Simpsons Booth at the Exhibition Building LadiesFur Muffs and Capes All these furs are for We will accept a small deposit and store any article you select until you are ready to take OR we will take SPECIAL ORDERS and have them made up to your liking for delivery October or 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 get ting the choicest selected skins at the right You can compare our fur prices with any high grade furs in the We know the prices are right and the styles are the very White Looking Over Our Display Take a FREE GUESS At the number of beans contained in a glass The guess is good for a Fine Silk Sweater The second nearest gets a Rich Rat The third nearest secures a New Marabout The Simpson ;