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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 1HIS LliTHBUILHilfi DAILY ELEVElf MILADI THE WOMEN WHO KNIT Old and withered the hands that Or slender and white and young And the wool theyre bit by If It spake with a human tongue fJould tell a tale Of the tears that rise 1 Unbidden to eyes that gen A field of red and smokestained sky And the woe of the days to Needles flying that flash and For ever the need grows great Are womens weapons and where they Bit Theyre spinning the web of Make warm the of the men flght That the soul of the race may live The wind creeps cold through a trench at TIs well that the knitters give Well that they weave of the for Like a cipher that hides its Within those garments there lives a thought Theyre sending across the sea It Carries the this word thats By the needles of love and That our women who smile and do their bit Are in soul by our heroes New York PERSONAL Eckersley of Calgary is the gueat of Little during the Joseph Bckeraley of Calgary is the guest of Ernest Gibbons during this Fowler is a Visitor in Nel son this commandant of the Frank sanitarium at Frank is a visitor in the city tor a short Buchanan and son also Buchanan re yesterday by motor trom Wat erton and Affelsioin and son Albert from are in the city during stampede Andrew is visitingin the city during the stam Martin and children of Macleod are the guests of the for mers during the and Henderson of Medicine Hat are visitors In the city during the and Williamson and son are leaving tonight to spend a holiday at Nelson and other Murrison of the customs is a visitor in the city this Mr Alex Ross of Macleod is in the city attending the Hlckey with her two Sheila and are leaving for Pictou for a two months They will return by way of Toronto and Dwyer pt who has been visiting in Vic Seattle and other coastal points is visiting In the city with and 3rd Jiaii many other es Including the General Crim son Bolfell Harrison Yflllow and Consid ering that tttls Is the sonson for thorn the results are really Senator DeVeber has also it splendid Showing of Matthews has kindly given dir ections for preparing beds for which methods have resulted In splen lid success in his plants should be placed In a sunny the soil should be clay loiim hough a turf of mould is very Tim ed should be dug out to a drnth of about 18 Inches and the bottom lillnd in to a depth of 4 to 6 Inches wiili broken bottlest to en sure proper Tim imd should then bo filled In With nnrtli which should bo made higher in thn centre than at the sldds to allow for drain The surface should ho kept broken a hoe or SPECIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT A special service department of the Ambulance Overseas brigade Is being with the sanction of the privy for a certain wo mens classed for war work in under this and the women will wear the brigade uni form with a special badge proclaim ing the different work in which the wearer is They will be paid classed and It is unofficially announced that the head quarters will be in The department is worked conjointly with the department of militia and SPLENDID ROSES Lethbridge will soon be in a com peting class with the city of 702 35th has some magnificent specimens of these One of the is of pUru white and bearing blossoms that meas ure 4 12 inches Other hand some blooms are those in red of the Prince Camllle The Paul American and Hugh Dickinson are also blooming A Bargain Stampede sell goods as fast as we have been selling them you are bound to have some odd so Saturday we clear them all These extra bargains and our fair week specials together will make a busy day busier than Remember this is the last week for all fair week bargains that we have had on display in centre of the store and Saturday is the last so come come in the You may be disappointed if you come MENS UNDERSHIRTS 100 Mens FineWhite or Natural Colored Balbriggan Well made and well fin ished and a good wearing Size 40 Reg ular Fair Week 45c MENS SHIRTS Mens Dress made In goods of flno Eng lish Not all but an odd lot to clear 14 to In the Values up to Fair Week Special 75c CHILDRENS DRESSES 100 only Childrens plain and fancy gingham dresses and A host of Good Easy to wash and all sizes from 2 to 12 Better buy now It will pay Regular Fair Week CHILDRENS DRESSES 150 Childrens Plain and Fancy Checked and Striped Gingham i Made in pretty new Sizes 210 Cheaper than you can make Regular FairWeek SHANTUNG SILK WAISTS Another red hot special for Saturdays Ladies natural colored Shantung Silk in style with large hemstitched collar and trimmed with large pearl Regular Fair Week LADIESBLACK HOSE 175 pairs of Ladles Black Lisle and Cotton The balance of an odd lot of travellers Good solid black Finest Regular 65c Fair Week Special 39c BLACK COTTON HOSE About 200 pair in this lot of odd lines of fine ribbed cotton Suitable for boys and girls Excellent quality but only size If this size Is good to you better come Regular Fair Week 29c CORSETS There are not many pairs in the but the quality more than makes up for Warner and corsets made from the finest Sizes 25 27 Values up to Fair Week fim Wast Skirts Well we sold all those wonderful white wash skirts but These would have been sold only the sizes that remain are 26 inches waist Now if ths is your better get in on Regular Saturday Only NEW SILK DRESSES IN THIS WEEK RYLANDS THE 1USV STORE Meet Your Friends at RYLANDS where your friends go o REST one needed a real room yes terday afternoon after the incitement and fun on the grounds iihanced hy ideal weather Has boon said that the appreciation of n gift is in the use of If this bo the societies who had thn forethought to establish these were llbprally re paid by seeing the number of visitors who took advantage of Most popular of all was the nursery of the Rotary Both the nurse and her helpers were working over time keeping the baby creche And what a jolly time thoise little people did put in Number of out of town gtfests have expressed their appreciation of this The rest room with its cool green walls attracted many who for got weary limbs in the Interest of the latest reading The Chris tian Science rest tent was a boom to many who passed that while the cool white walls of the corner where the Spirella Corset rest room was lo had its Influx of lady The Red Cross Drug and Book Com pany rested many a fagged and the rest room of thn Commercial Travellers held its own in popular being crowded all in spite of its ample It is not so very long since these much appre elated departments wore now they have become one of the necessary features of our o LATEST FLOUR SUBSTI 6 o One sees many unusual things in theae days of strange Heres the latest alfalfa Have you ever tried one They ore on display in the alfalfa and real tasty they are They are made of alfalfa mixed with are delicate ly browned and slightly greenish in No doubt all the housewives In Lethbrldgo will he ordering large quantities of this delicious new whea substitute and will be feeding theii families with alfalfa in large quanti tiea in It yet remains to be seen whether the this new flour will encourage any bovine ten dencies in the human The exhibits in the all appeared at their very best yester day and are more attractive than The Farm Kreso Dip 1 has its stall completed as also the Agencies showing a variety of grains and grasses and be ing the resting place for the splendid branch laden with apples that every one has been asking questions There also appeared on the scene two very handsome Dodge Just op posite the main liuilding is the ex hibit of the Lethbridge Experimental which is most complete in every July railway war sixteen high officials of tho railways and one hundred representa tive of railway employes from all parlo of are in session today In They met this mornins at the Windsor when I ho wnr joard suggested to tho men that thny appoint members to a commit ee which will administer the McAdoo schedule of The men soomrd quite willing to do as requested nnrt at noon the railway officials wilh Irew to allow tho men to to a inal This will be communi cated to tho war board later in tho day and the event of tho proposal ing the committee will to The McAdoo schedule Is an Intricate affair and ae there are many technical it nocda care ill Every of the many grades of railway work was represented and considerable enthusiasm was Senator Robertson A STAMPEDE SPECIAL July the last twentyfour hours soaking rains have fallen in nearly every district of Mani The rainfall also extended into both north and I and field and garden crops are mater ially benefitted Temperatures have been very but the frost line was not reached in except at In Sasi katchewan frost has been experienc ed at a number of but the dam age to grain is The prospect of warmer coupled with ample moisture now in the should make for fine growth In and a good part of The weather forecast for Western Canada is fair and NO ANNOUNCEMENT FROM U ON RUSSIA that an official announcement been made in London that Japan hadde cided to accept the proposal of the United States to give military as sistance to the CzechoSlovak army in did not alter the course of the government here in still making no statement on the status of the On the other various publish ed accounts of the negotiations were denounced as speculative and as pos sibly giving information to the en OBJECTIONABLE EMBARGO July embargo which the munitions strikers demand shall be removed restricts the en gagement of additional labor at firms already having as large a proportion as their munition output having regard to present labor The main idea of the authorities In imposing the embargo is to maintain the supply of munitions for the and to insure the proper distribution of LADIES SILK SUITS ALL ONE PRICE Regular values up to APPORTION LAND l TO THE PEASANTS July Russian press bureau yesterday receiveda dispatch from saying that Ferdi nand has an apportionment of land among the peasants who occupy i This action is contrary to the law of and vast estates will now be divided among the OTHER SHIPSWITH HER July White liner which was sunk the north coast of Ireland Saturday by German was attacked when with other she wasbeing escorted by destroyers and other the British admiralty announced HAD DESTROYED A BIG SHIP July German Uboat that sank the Glou cester fishing Robert and oft the Maine Coast last Monday had attacked and destroyed a big ship a few nights ac cording to a remark made to Captain Robert of the fishing schoon by the German officer who boarded the It was not until today that Captain Wharton recalled the July Von the new Austrian Is meeting with differences in his negotiations the parliamentary says a Vienna dispatch to the Cologne The programme of the as explained by Von Hus comprises absolutely no refer ence to parliament and the intentions of the present cabinet apparently ex cepting Von the former premier which will be replaced in the autumn by a ministry with a strong parliamentary The new prem ier also purposes a provisional budget for six administrative and j fiscal reforms later as well as consti tutional government for Bohemia and in the WHALING OPERATIONS July the season only half over the whaling op erations off tho West Coast of Van couver and Queen Charlotte Islands have been particularly satisfactory to When the whaling tender which arrived in port last night from a trip to the a total catch of 264 whales had been CONGRATULATES THEM July Ag president of the provisional government at Es thonia has telegraphed Foreign Minister Pichon congratula tlons on the victory of the French and their comrades in ond expressing hope for tha liberation of In reply Pichon declared that France would not forget the gallant struggle of the Esthon ians during tho first three years cf the The Foot ery SHOES FOR THE FAIR BY EXPRESS We Have Just Received Ait Express Shipment of Shoes For Our Visiting Friends See them in Maple Silver Field Mouse Taupe Seal Brown and Ivory Kid These are the latest creations for ciarly fallsee our window If you are considering colored kid ihoes we advise you to buy early as the government regulations will likely make this the last NELSON Corner 3rd and 7th Sherlock ;