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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 30. 1917 DAlL't' HERALD PAGE SEVKS BE THERE AT THE FINISH RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE ENDS TOMORROW 'Everything on the Bargain Tables to be cleared out without reserve.Here are some real bar gains BLACK SILK CLOVES. Worth c LIGHT WEIGHT CORSETS. Valuet up to J1.50.......... CURTAIN MATKRIALS. Worth up to eoo a yard. 85c 89c 19c CROWN BRAND BILK HOSE. On ule lavt time for.......... FANCY .VOILE WAIST3- All Valutl to 42.50..... LADIES' COMBINATIONS. All kinds up to 90c............ 59c 1.59 .59c LAD I Clearing 25 white Repp Skirts To clear out lia balance of the Wnfto Ilcpp skirls on the bargain tables wo arc grouping a bunch ot them ai a remarkably low price, lu fact less than today's factory prices. Sizen 23 lo 26 baad. Low Shoes worth 1 QC op to T5.50 pair If you wear a 3, or 4 shoe you- are Indeed rorlupalo Tor you can buy slip- t Pvra and punips that arc worth up to fS.50 a pair tomorrow.. Duly 20 pairs lelt al thla price. CHILDREN'S COTTON BOCKS, 'pn iak, 2 pain LADIES' COTTON NIGHT GOWNS. Slipover itylt. On talc Lir4EN TOWELING. All pure flax. 20c quillty..............'.......... 35c 89c 15c PLAIN WHITE VOILE. Extra fine quality..----- COTTON DRAWERS AND CORSET COVERS for...................... 29c 35c WAISTS. Large collars. Worth J3.00.....................-...... 6 Only Linen Suits Worth up to Just the outfit- to .wear away on your vaca- tion. The hoi days In August ?111 soon be here..Travel In comfort and wear Eomethlag real stylish. White or Palm Beach suits. All bew.Lhle month. Sizes up to 40. of White Q Fancy 'The balance of our fancy Muslin Dresses. Also two lined ol-While Voile Dresses, large collars, all the very latest style "touches." Slies 3d-3S-40. PHONE 1224- Mrs. Godfrey, ol llardlevlllc, leaves .today for a :t T.. Murphy Is visiting mother, Mrs. W. Kowc, ol CijU-ni her Miss H. Procter of tho C.P.R. local offices, accompanied by her niece. Miss Vera Collins, left yesterday for IJanft via Kelson and Arrowhead Lakes. The ladles of the Major Jick Iloss chapter I.O.D.B...wlll sew at the lied Cross rooms tomorrow iiluht at 7.45. A-Inll nlteudnucG requested. The pantry sale held by the Proth- eon class of Wesley church, on Satur- day was well patronized, the proceeds amounting lo 112.00. On Thursday afier'u'ofln al JCuoi manse George Lawrence and Anoe SlaeEoni both of-this cUy, were united Li lioly matrimony bi-_ W. P. Burns. The ceremony was witnessed by a few Immediate friends Mrs. Cameron Is visiting trleuds In Macteod. i Mrs. Maxwell's section of the He be'ccas wifl meet at tlio liome of .Mrs. Shollz, 305 7tli Ave. S., tonjorrow even- BalSlMn .Mrs. W. F. Hicks has returned from Watertou where she allendc-d tiie Knox young, people's summer camp. Miss Vera Underwood relumed to- day to Wcyburn. Mtss ITndurwood has been tbo guest of Miss Mililrcd Xlmmons for (lie pasl week. p Mrs, J. S. Jones and son .Master Ducau, returned home on Tuesday, af- ter a two weeks' visit with her par- ents. Slayer and' Mrs. Hardtc. of I.cth- lilvcr Times. .Mr, George Allison has arrived home fi-pm Proctor, B.C., where he in com- pany with Mrs. Allison and children, lias been spending his vacation. Mrs. Allison and children will remain for tho r'-nittlnder ol tlie summer. Canadians Caught Enemy In New Surprise Attack FANCY VOILES AND MUSLINS Worth up to 90e yard KC PAIRS LADIES' HOSE lot, choice. GIRLS' WHITE DRESSES. 59c 25c MEN'S EALDRIGGAN SHIRTS. 'On 'osle Tuesday, MEN'S SILK HOSIERY. Lift'-tlme, 3 bJri for J BOYS1 KHAKI OVERALLS. ;Kral took place qnfetlr at Hsnpttead ofi'jilT 'iUi. Tho sincere temi of .Wends 'wfil 'felt for mother (now brother Charles. When war waa de- clared the Knight brothera, George, Bert and' three stalwart young Englishmen were rauchers In 1119 IVla Bulle neighborhood, tlielr .ad lylnr close to the fooUbllls of tho grand old AtVUiV" of their country to eras they; all >'three Joined a' mounted regiment here; bat went oreneai with a draft In charge of LleuL George KnlghL -It waa not long until they were, tnto and it will be'remeobf red, Uat about' 15 month's Lieut. seven-comrades from klB- ed by.ouritlpc the'only'one of quits recently weKf'irpS-dlitl tiou IE tbe boilng toirnsiAent, won hit wsy rtgnt for lo go at Ihe'bic August J5, 16 and 17.- Am irm been sUylns In snd It Is not fcnowi Jot they will remain lu tie etjt ot retnra to their bld.hpnle In Word was received V Cipt. II. B, of burn-who has rlait beerf slatlaned At the retnrnlnk to expbua- lion was tOfiQ. oviciuded that he is vstHd- nillllary FIOHTmq AOAIN.IT1 CMIHA. Jnly cor- ot the' North ChlM Uafly Xeiri raporti that nrkmi ftghlto? lirokfcii out Bfftln ftt Oeng iTti, IU1 of the of Bic wlifrre Kw el-Choir Aftd Tnn-N'o here rwutjwd thtlr for mtifeiy of the ctty 1.1 In fUmefl, ud. peiiHe art ftw- There will be do aeed (or ujoni btlwe'ea laond .'SuSrad Ward, 'whereby i thi Itilfes; vt ward will -tap iu eating, booth >t grounds iurlm the itaninede. The booth will t located .'nnder am refnlar rnyils will be aerrcd. ThD4 to before H nt to recelr lo tieaty pre pared hi. fcdrance- by M. Doumergue ('ex'-preniler and foreign minuter) at ler negotiations with.the en peror, "Is it true or not that Preildent at the Inslnnc'e ot Oenf Be'r tbotet, head of the French: military Rumfinia, fonaally'entrust- ed him with a mandate-and-that, M. Briand afterward' sanctioned. This Ireafy assured to France her frontiers, on lines of pTtrlous wars the'conquest of 1870 to tnclade Aluce-Lorralne, Saarhhrecken and teirllorlnl modlncatloin left' tank of the Rhine M desired by' France, M. TerMchtcnko (Ros- slan foreign Uio nisslan goTcrnment prpteflled agalnsl the-French aim's of coriqaest, which" alio Included that of Syria and declar- ed thai New Knsala' aa longer would ke willing to take Inrlhe strtg- ite If It learned of these French alibs. "iWisn't II the jirldclpal object of Al- bert Thomas (Premlefof tbo French on his Jonrner to Russia to his rcmoree of H.' .Teres- cklenko? Franco mu'sl'coiifess that M.'..frinA wi> lha object during that Premier nibot was to produce receive The hospital Is yet another -proof that the Foremost peo- ple Insist haTlng things as mod-' crn as ban be. Dy courtesy of the surgeon In charge we were enabled lo get a through Idea of the fadllties for' attending to the various Ills' thai'jnah uj heir to, The surgeon In churg'e" 'Is.SJ A'atrot, D.D., a graduate'of that well KnoWd institut- ion, Lavil.'UBlTeralty of Montreal. The. matron .Iji' Sirs. Sarah M: Black. JM. .Bla'cK. courtesy itself Foremost lipspjlal is lucky to have secured, ier'se'rv-ices; Sliu Is assisted by ills'a'Airnesi. Flood. Mr. M. J. a patient, The I program promises an hour aud-tbree of rare amusement.- AT THE EMPRESS In the new Sioiro-Rolre.ii-OBderplay, 'A Wife by which -will, be shown at (he Empress theatre tonlgbt Mabel Tallaferro, the star figures In of'love and 'Jnlrlgue. The four tbs'. "quad- arc': A man without an young fortuno and happiness .are the -spolla sought tor, acd a witty, clerer lit- tle Immigrant girl, bat- tles with great odd.i and wlna out In the finish in a manner thai 'Is itart- g. _ Mlss'Tallalerro, as immi- grant, transplanted 16 va 'Breat Amer- ican city, la confronted wKh problems M'hfch she solves hy simplicity ojid truthfulness. ..Always :aler'L and. keen about protecting the rhan The original and genuine treM- inenl for. dlieaMC of women and- nervflM Send for copy Guide lo Health." MRS. WM, FRANCIS, do. H. IB. Wlllon, 1C2 Trt St. DONT MISS THE "TWO FOR ONE.' Ilttlo "Jerry" in "A Wife'by I wins sympathy, admiration, aifd stirs be heart. AT THE ORPHEUM "Eternal the first Bollertly picture, which comes to. the Orphenm The 'following 'pjtlenla have lieen Mr. Pearson of Pendant Roberts of Fore- most-, Baby Endersby, knd Slur- dance' and the home of Mrs iall.1.. The' lady; prtsldenl, Mrs. Dick, Society held a LOOK FOR THE "TWO, FOp( qNE.' .'DUTTE3FLY PICTURES Preeent Vernal Love' A story of lore ot a' pcor model ID Brittany lor a carebss Paris artist and how that love vras rewarded. Written by t. M. Featuring 'RUTH CLIFFORD and DOUGLAS GERHARD xnt a-Strenf ButUrfly Cwt. Directed by Deuglaa BUTTERFLiea ARE HERE AND MR. J. R. HALL The Grot Otrrtone ogepier with Mrs. L. inuon, Mrs. Sail and the other ladles Of ,Weber are'to be congratulated oni Ihe'sSccess' of ''Ihelr endeavors, Weber Bed Cross'Soclety works with the 'Foremost branch, which1 Is ahly Mra. Campbell, wife of Dr, 6f Foremost. LOOK 'FOR.THE "TWO FOR'orJE' 6 -THE POPULAR Musical Comedy Co, WILL" PLAY A RETURN ENGAGEMENT. Same Funny Ccrmediirii. Same Pretty Glrlm, -New Plaxa New Songi and Dancca T New "'Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday "THE- SLAVES THE ORIENT" Thursday, Friday and Saturday PANAMA" Dally Mitlnee at 3 p m. MTfltlrtee Prlcflt, I6c and 35c. Two Showa Njghtly. 7 an4 t FEATLIRE FILMS AT. EA6H Evening Prices Myiione Comedy AND "IT H.. Owing to an error In shlpmeht TwwrU tkta. titWi" Womln-ln "The (W .treaty, lu resppjise ihe demand o< M. thrt majority. MAKL TALUFMBO-.-... A In FKN MMi.MrtOTt MtfitaM ;