Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. JULY 3 THE LETIIURinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN 1RYLANDS' AFTER I SUPPER SALE TonlKht we uro to 'hciBln nur "After Clipper" Sales tla huve hocn popular will, who .arc, In "dtretcli'1 tlicir dollar.- This will Klvo. you romo Idea of the many ;.bargains for tonight: LARGE APRONS either or aiiiKlmm FLANNELETTE White only; tt 4 "TO Blr.o CORSET COVERS; clearlng_out 3 dozen worth up to 75c for lace trimmed; Gauze Knil. 39c GIRLS' mus- lin or gaiiKo Tonight CORSETS; light weight suiu- rner corset; Tonight only MISSES' CORSETS; Warner's make; soft, pliable, a pair LADIES' HOSE; Jjlnck Maeo Cotton; linen .toe and heel; per pair 95c Monster Sale of Summer Dresses We havo cloanuil out over half our Dresses during the past w'eet There nrc> ninny good '.'bargains., those who come doiVn .tonight. Percales, Uinsliam.f.'MuBlin and Voile Dresses, worth up to ?i8.00, on. sale 25c "RUB DRY" large White Bath Towels; on sale each FLANNELETTE; either white or Q Tonight only WHITE QUILTS on "I Q sjnle tonight only 4> I v LISLE GLOVES; white, with gauntlet cuff; 75c for 15c BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS; with invisible draw- string; l-'or tonight only BOYS' PANTS; Khaki Drill, B to 10 7Cft A pair............... ww MEN'S SOCKS; linen toe and heel; Tonight only :t pairs for............ MEN'S STRAW HATS; any hat worth' up to 4 tflft for I RYLANDS CO. THE.BUSY STORE "Your King And Country Need You" i Address Sunday Evening -August 1st, in the CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. W. G. ASHER, Speaker i POLlSHCAPITAk Warsaw, against which llindjMibnl'K K once more making a colossal drive, U the capital ol Russian Poland, and is beautifully situated on the left bank of the'Vistula, feel, ahove tlie level the river. On the right bunk is Uie suburb of Praga, con- nected ivIUi Hie capilal by two bridg- es. Warsaw is oi the most, beau- tiful cities of eastern Kurope, pro- digally lavish online buildings, nitm- UmcntV and public gardens. ,A Chequered Career It has 'luiil a clietjuefcd 'career since "it becanie'thc capital rif Poland in IfKiQ. From-the sevenlt'i'nth century onward, Swedes, Russians, Uranden- Imrgeis and Austrians and French have -disputed over its prostrate body, and its-streets have resounded to tlie clash oi steel against steel as invader alter invader for sr-ssion. On the' field of on tlie western the city, the Kings lii 'Poland were iunnl'rly crowned. It passed into the hands of the'Russians in 1791, and in on the third-partition oi passed I under t-lic rule of Prussia. Miipolcon, in and'the Jn seized the city, finally passed lu the Russians in (813, who carried out a vigorous policy of repression j with the ohicct of Russianizing the I Poles. I Russian Clearing House j Wars.iw is of no military import- Una- as a inrtilied city. Its chici vai- lie to the Russians is its use as a vast clearing house for supplies, uoimdcd and prisoners. In the recent liirliting in (ialicia the wounded anil prisoners would, no douiit, he carried through Breslhiiowsl; .Junction on j the [lug, instead oi through War- saw. Karly in the war the city was .splendidly equipped ior attending to the wounded in the lighting on the j Hzum-Hawka front, and at one per- l iod there were wounded in I Warsaw hospitals. Connected; hy six i IrunK lines with outside wefid jit is important as a commercial cen- tre in peace times. Cut off .by Ger- man occupation from the imiustriai and mineral centres of-Poland west, of Warsaw, the capital of Pnlaml must ;ind it increasingly difficult to insure steady supplies oi raw mater- ial, and especially of coal and iron. The city is particularly rich in historical associations, palaces and liattlelielris on its outskirts: hping sil- ent witnesses of the stirring, stenfes of former days in Poland, where "Free- dom shrieked when Kosciuszko fell." History is repeating itself. The Brandenburger is again at it-s gates. Ottawa, July 27.-Canada so far has spent ninety million of the hun- dred and fifty millions uitcd for the purpose hy the parliament of Can- ada. The war expenditure iust at present is running at the rate of half a million a day. This represents me cost oi equipping and maintaining the men who have been rais- ed and also Hie naval service. Over forty thousand for separation allowances are liemg issued each month, ami the numlier of pensions so far passed is -3'iH. Atom fifty thousand people are re- ceiving assistance from the patriotic fund. Pincher Creek Men Discuss Market for Crops "Go and Look After the Farm" Says Loyal Peace River Wife Edmonton, rAlta., .T.uly Lucas of. the 86th Battalion, is in the barracks. from .Peace River Crosses recruits from Lake Saskatoon Grand Prairie Dunvogan Spirit Rjvei Peace Rher Crossing Poucee Coupoe Gromrd and rhe high prairie districts raak Ing 12S rerrmts n ill have -join ed the. battalion from nprthern diB trlctBJ as a result of the cruiting trip are (me looking huskv mon manj of them homestead ers inured to all tha hardships of that rigorous life "Go and Fight! A great mairv of them hiie "behind thenj of coji siderable thfllr neighbors to look ifter their posses slons until their return One of them C. S. Mead of Lake Saskatoon has four hundred acres in crop and sixty head of cattle. He told his wife that he wanted to go to the war. "All she and fight for the Empire, nnd 111 look after the farm. illia.ni Innis manasei of the branch of. tne tinmen Burik it Grand Frame fltv offered his son ice'1 anQ accepted (ind ux citr next .Af-brntlift- nf fnnes Henrj rame wtth the contm gent tpday and another InotherMs it In the trenchefe A numoer of b-ink clerks hate mtliid ing C H J3f tlie Sink at Peace Rner Ciossmg' T M Rich ardspn of the bniim Binl at the- GrosBing D of the Bank of Commerce at the Crossing Goorge "Mai tin of tjip Union Binl at Lake Saskatoon and. of the Un ion Bank AlVihe money for the Grand .Prairje Peace River Crossing guns lias 'been subscribed, and now Is deposited in the bank. SCIENTIFIC In a nw pbotogiapji -pmit- !ng machine n putornntie shuts off the light it a set tpre m suigig puhts lh) soieinmefit ql NIJW Zealanrt is rtnhilng its poles ktlci posH Aintatccd concrtlc one1? c r The caa is stilipnan TeeUs beiin racne'1 M oppnine'ljj a handle it our end is an Ions inven- toi; s lluec Ininilred miles ot electee tail to power are being Jtuild IB the, Fvr.enees. tisvthc hn. ol i dusting "-loth Uiat ie- scmhles a lalsc Jatcn od to tlio wist olaSiic TORONTO WOMAN IN CHICAGO DISASTER fJ '.Mrs. Fred A. ]lough.oLToronto, who was revived .by pulmotor uftei ueaih in Hie (lutigo ilhTiter she her bio LliMt M Oi'KiUM- Old or Spare For the TRdDPSAT THE FRONT Cutlers Hall, Sheffield. 1915. Thomas B. Lee, Esn., .30 Bast, Toronto, Canada. Sir-r-Some. montjis ago thei'Chtlers' Company was ap- 'liroaclied by'the War Office anil t undertook to carry out the.col-, lection of spare or discarded throughout this country, glutting them (in order when re; and for .thej'-nse of the troops. This was necessary owin0 to the inability of the manufacturers, to meet suffic- iently rapidly the reotllrements of the soldiers at the front. I am pleased to say up to the present have been re- ceived and from tile following IMIeT will see how much the errort is being appieciated His Lordship ind the Wir Odice and desire eased appeal should be con turned 19th Mo 111 Mv'Deai Mr Wmtour h'as uitmmed nip of the step liaAe good en oi gh to ike in Hgaid to the from pri ate ot for the tioops ind 1 write to express to you my ap- .-iireciation of the vahla-hle Iiclp which has thereby been rend- ered to the War Department. I slnli he gl id if jou accept and" comey to the. mem vol Conipan-v and others who bale assisted vou, ill thife work nn eqidial fO! the trouble" winch and thej taken in the matter 'Tlie is .not vet tnti'eh met and 1 mil ileas to 1 now that von hone to De 'abier'.to obtatiraddltiotiar quan- tities ours faithfnlh (Sgd.) "KITCHENER. r befr to assure you that, in contributing to" the collection vonr effoi-ts will 'be very much appreciated authorities heie and also imself Yours falthfulb (Sgd.) W: H. EL.LIS, Master Cutler Look ilicin up quick. diem Midi or scud post (o West- ern Canada Agcncj, TELEPHONE 606 .1. W. Freeman has retnrnrd from a two weeks' trip to Ontario. Mr. .Jamrs Duff, oi Calgary, is spending a few days in the city. Mr. and .Mrs. H. 11. Hruce arc spcndini! a holiday at I'incher Creek. .Miss Stcnson, of Jlacicod, is vis- iting K. llincks, Strathcona foiirt. Mr. A. licgin of Drmrrs, Montana, is wi'h his .jiarents in the city. The monthly meeting of the Hoard of the Mission will be held .Miindav .ifii'rniion in the V.M.C.A. at 1 o'clock. Ki-v. Buchanan, oi Toronto, is the nf his .son, A. Buchan- an, M.I'. .Messrs. it. R. Davidson. Mcfreailv, 8. Kirkhani and K. Kirkham Ictt this mtirninfi on a fishing trip to the North Fork. Mrs. C. C. Collins left this week for Minneapolis, Minn., and Tex., where she will visit for a few weeks. Mrs. l.cnnard Nelson and son ar- j rived the. city this inorninK from .Spring Cotiii1? and have taken up their residence in the Victoria Man- sions. Lieut. Harold of the 34th battalion at Londqii, Out., is; home ,on a few days' leave oi absence, heiorii his company goes to England, .Vanlon News: Mrs. J. B. Fore- man and children oi Lctllbrillgc, who had been enjoying a two weeks' holi- day with .Mrs. Ciithliertson, left lor, the south on Wednesday. The Daughters and Maids oi Eng- land arc holding a picnic at the home of Mrs. Paw-son 107 21st St., north, on Monday next. Kach member, is permitted to bring a friend. Those who attend arc requested to bring their sewing. .Miss Stella Agar, who has been in the employ of the Davidson Jletal Co. as bookkeeper for the past four years, left this afternoon for Bow- island, where she wit! visit hei par- ents. From there she will go to Medi- cine Hat to take up a course in nurs- ing in the hospital. The Maple Leaf Chapter 0. E. S. arc preparing for a garden party to be hit.d at the home oi 31rs. A. E. Humphries at 120 llth street, on Wednesday, Aug. 4th from 7.30 to 1.0 p.m. All "members and the public are cordially invited. Proceeds to he giv- en to the relief fund. The liiairmore Kntcrprlsc says .Mr. and Mrs. Josiall Keali, oi Uow- ley, intend leaving next Tuesday for the east to spend a few months among relatives and friends in their old irohie at 'Onllia, Ontario. 5Ir. Lean's', health sloWly ing him, arid he hopes the-trip will restore-him to his wonted vigor. Mrs. J. F. Simpson is at the San Francisco Exposition, and in a .card just her she says that tlie Canadians-exhibit: is..the: best to he seen at the Exposition' and is vis- ited by thousands oi enthusiastic people daily. Mrs. Simpson says she is prouder than ever to be a Cana- dian since visiting the Exposition and viewing the Canadian exhibit Yesterday the tea room of the Hud- son s Bai was thronged with people when the Daughters of tilt Umpire were m Mrs Robinson Mrs. Downer Mrs Bn mner Mrs I R. Olner ind [lutthinbon looked if er the of the gui-sts. special ieiture 01 the itiernoon w is the jnusicJ1 progrun Mrs John- son s beautm 1 contralto voice being heard to Mi's 111113111 three pleasmj, songs Ross rendered several pianoiortc solos file Dtugh- lers oi the Empire liopt to haic a musical progtam on I ridav in each month HAMILTON OFFICER KILLED H inn ton Ont Tnly il lent Hti- neit H Washmjton aged- son of Crown Attorneys Washington K. C was killed in action in ranee He an officer of the First Canadian Contingent TAN, RED OR FRECKLED I SKIN.IS'.EASILY SHED I JL To fire joui summer soiled skin of its nmdrtlnew blon.het or inn, thn brat thing to do is to free yourself of the shin itself. This is easily accomplished by the use of or- dinary mercolized wax. which can be had at say drugstore. Use at night as use cold cream, washing: it off In tlie morning Immediateh the of- ifendmE; siuface slvin begins to come off in tine powder like particlp Grad- ually the entire cuticle is absorbed, without pain or inconvenience. The second Inyer of skin in evidence a whiteness and sparkling beauty obtainable in no other way I've, heard of. If the heat, tends to loosen am] wrfiikle your skin, there's an effective -and harmless remedy you can.readily make at home, -lust let an ounce of pouileied satolite itissolie in a half- jiillt nitcl and h ithe iflul face in the liquid This at once ightens the skin and smooths' out the lines making 5011 look Kuiiiy .Coiilsoii in Home Queen. SATURDAY NIGHT After Supper Sale Values in Men's Suits. Your Choice at Choose from imported Tweeds and '.Vornteds in these smart Tailored Suits. Neat designs and color- (JO (JC ins-- values for Boys' Wash Suits, 99c buys Values The entire balance of our stock of Boys' Wash Suits on sale. Plain colors and striped Regular tc. for More of that Popular 5c Sheet Music copies of popular Sheet. -Music on sale in onr Mlinlc! Section on the Second Floor Clearing at per copy Ladies' Silk Princess Slips Just 25 of these beautiful Silk Princess Slips in shades of blue, pink, lilaek and white; some trimmed with Ince anil insertion. Others finished CO OR Values to lii.00 for.......................... Values in Boys' and Girls' Oxfords in a Clearance 50 pairs of these Boys' and Girls' Oxfords, all sood styles. Leather is selected tan calf of strong ff< JIG and serviceable quality I A Few Oddments in Wall Just a ton- remnants of Wall not more than. S.yards in any one 1 Regular 350. yard, Per yard -----.................Iww These Neat Little Harmony Party Boxes, Values 75c You will find these Harmony Party Boxes on sale in the Dry. Goods Section tonight. Colors: black, purple, blue and green; selected pin seal, titled with every little necessity for party use Regular 5200 I vlf Hudson's Bay Co. ..O- ,LoJ Q O O O Q O The Photoplay will asSno other play or picture eyerdid! Because it's the most thrilling; realistiCt heart-gripping ever flashed on a screen. BecaUH bewitching Lottie Picfcford is-ideal as .the Cummings, a corker as tha hero. Great play! Great cast! "The Diamond From the Sky" earned firstprizeinthe recent pho- toplay contest Now you are offered For a Suggestion! slO.OOOfor B sequel to this play. See it Bowl Evervbedy'l talking about "The Diamond From the Sky. Coming to the 6 and 7 1071 TOLL. IN WRECK Chicago, 111., July body ot a woman was taken from a cabin ot the Easfianil early today. The latest figures on tlie loss of life in the Bastland showed the identified dead 833- unidentified dead, 2, Western Electric Co.'s list missing, 236; total, in'l. ________ TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. Vogt, Mus. Doc., Musical Director. iJJL M. HOPE, ,A ONTARIO .Residenttal Church School, for Boyil Buntllul. bMltbr ri I A national institution, 'Canada. 'as regards the distinction, of its iacultj anil the EUEBripr of its buildings and input Send foi Year Book and Centre Syllabus of W15-16, phlet descriptive of-'the sidence i Cunsenaiery of VH KIRKPATRICK, PhD, Special Calendar. t j Public Reading, Oratorj, Physical I and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art I Liter rature Mount Royal College CALGARY. s A Hish-class Residential and Day College for Boys and Young Men, Oirli Young Sectarian pP.ENING OF FALL-TERM, MONDAY, SEPT 13th, 1915 x -BUSINESS keeping, Stenography, Accountancy, s I y writing, etc Instrumental and Theory and High "School Giades, Pieparation for the and Teachers. .Ladles' College Course for Girls; French Comersation Classes, .-FINE ART-Shini' Painting 'tt'ater Colors, Leather Work, Etc t SXPRKSSION AND PHYSICAL Alt Public Speakhtf itlQUSEHOU) SCIBSOE J (.3 information amt'Calondar apply __ 5J. REV; GEORGE w. KIRBY, B.A., D.D., principal.