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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY.. JULY 31, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JIERALO PAGE SEVEN Capture 3 Lines of Trenches British I'ronl hi July Associated lines of (jcriunn licncl.es iu Flanders have been cap- tured by I he Urilish forces. Most of Ihe poinls stormed were between Bbcsinghc anil ton. Brlllih Front In France, July the Associated lo- it was reported that tho Germans were counter-attacking at Ihe point eC Junction of (he French and British (orces. The French who attacked Die dllflcult territory between DIx- Siude aacV a point near. Uceslngho lorced their way across the marsh captured the first two German lines. With a the entente accomplished nil they had Claimed tor the first day ol tnln uat- Uu In Flaiiders. TONIGHT 'I BUTTERFLY PICTURES' T Present love' A Btoiy of undying love ot a poor model la Brittany for a FarUs artisl and x how (.kit love was rewarded! Feaiurlna RUTH CLIFFORD and'DOUGLAS GERRARO and a Strong Butterfly Cail. "The Broken Coin" AND MR. J. R. HALL The Great BarHone BULLETINS U. S. BOATS IN FIGHT. American Naval Baie In Brit- llh Walerc, July torpedo boat dettroyera were re- ported today to have engaged two hostile submarine! causing them to submerge without shoot- ing. One of the U-boila had Just aunk steamer and the other wat attaching a merchantman. RECRUITING U. S. New York, July Brit- lih recruiting mission reported today that 238 British 'subjects were enlisted lor the Brltlih and Canadian annlet throughout the United Statei yesterday. DEATHS FROM HEAT. Chicago, deaths attributed to the Intense heat were reported to the coroner be- fore 9 o'clock this morning. The heal Increased until the ther- liiometcr rejlsiif-d 97 (legrees at 2 p.m. Three more deatha were added to the llstpf heat' victims, making 18 to succumb. TURN OVER HUN SHIPS. Washlngten, July Cuba today turned over to the United Stalea the five German mer- chant ships aeized In 'Cuban ports, when Cuba declared war on Germany. The. ihTpll will be made ready for repair and opera- tion. MILADl PHONE When ne t, i ical Goods Come in HAYDB YOU ABB WEARING GLASSES THAT 'WpRE ;PRE- j-.SCRJBEiD FbR'-tOU' MA.NY YEARS BYES 'frlAVE UNDERGONE A'cHANGB IN THOSE EYK -AND YOUR GLASSES SHOULD BE TESTED EVERY FBVf' TEAKS. AND LET US -TEST' -THEM _P.OTl YOU'-IF. A WB WILLi TSLi YOIJ. IF YOU DON'T NEED 'A CHANGE TELL ryCl'n.. WE WANT TO HELP EVEJIYONB PRESBRyE, THEIR 'EYESIGHT. WE K1ND3VOP MOUNTS AiSD EVBRYTHING.YOU MAY 1JJ.-EYE SPECTACLED bIREET SOUTH WED, 'THU'nS, ArJD ARTCHAFT PICTURES CORROnATlOrt' the Little'-Idol 'lit the Silent Drama MARY In a Red Blooded Story of California Oayj. ROMANCE OF THE REbSyctoiDs" Mlat 81mm and Mr. Fleming Will VocjlTSiiaeitena .it the .Evening Perforrnancei. Dally al-2, 20c and IQc. j EVENINGS ;Sc and He THE POPULAR Musical Com V. WILL PLAY A RETURN ENGAGEMENT Same Funny. Same Prrtty New Playt if. New Songi and Monday, Tuesday iwd Wednwday I "THE SLAVES OF THE Thursday, Friday and Saturday v "IN -PANAMA'' v Dilly MMIKee it 3 p.m Two Shcvn Nlahtly, 7 and I p.m. Mfftlnte Prlcn, Mo, Prices 2te We, FEATURE FILMS AT EACH PERFORMANCE Miss Ettrldge has returned from several weeks stay ID Blair more. t r Mrs. IloH'laud anJ chli- en arc vJEltliig relatives In'lJIair- ore. 4 Mr. A. E. DuponL and party lell for a fortnight's vacation Banrr. Mr. D. Kin? liaa relumed from real Falls, where LG attended thc ankcrs' Convention. .Mr: J. P. Spooncr aud family- have turned Irom au auto trip to Invcr- ere and other points of Interest. Mrs. Swarfs secilon ot the Ilebec- L'B will meet tomorroiv evening at S clock witL Mrs. Lutes, Flat, Ictorte Jlansloua. 9 31r. and Mrs. J. Daivden autl nmlly liavo returned irom an ex- ndcd auto trip to Invermcre and Islrlcl. The Tiilslie Sawing Circle DIM'. ir Red Cross seeing at the tome of Irs. G. tloldle. 53JJ l2tb 6t. C. N., on Vednesflay afteriaoon al 3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson left to the Kootenuj- Likes via iriff and Calgarr- They via be cnt (or about two ireeta. Her. A. G. and Mrs. Baker of lollvia, who have been In the city lor he past few weeks, are visiting Mr. ad Mrs. E. 41. Taylor. Calgary, The handsome total of J225.85 waa 1 eared by the ladles of the Red Cross t the booths conducted the eiperl ,ental farm during Ihe farmers' ei- irrfilons a week ago. L Mrs. E. Rlploy of Arcola, Sask., who has been the guest ot her sister icre, Mrs. J. N. Kennedy lert yester- 'ay. for Calgary, accompanied by her I (.tie son and Miss Dorothy Kennedy Mr. nnd Mrs. A- E. Kinuear have from the they iarc been spending: their Tfleatton. arse number of Lethbrldga people are here says 'Mr. Kin near., The Wesley Ladles' Aid; ivlll hold their regular monthly meeting id the church parlors at three o'clock. The systematiccol- eolors are asked to-irialie their turns at Luis meeting. I ft and Sirs: J. Johnson {nee I Miss .'Ellnbr McLennan ol- this relurneil' Hrandmi. atfd 'toft'- for Uanlf to spend a'week, Je.ay- Ing for'Ollawa. L' i.Jr. R. Tl. Dobson1 and .party, con-' slsllng ol Her; C. J. and Mrs. bobson, Miss.Dobson and Mr: Howard lett 7 yesterday "for from which pofnt his guests will Jeaye for Vancouver and; coast cities before re-. Lurnlng- to thaVeast; .1 At a meetlng'ot the local-branch of the Red Cross Society It was decided to hold Ug days on ,lhB.3tam- AuEuat J5; der raise the soklety. jnd a lafgs'.army- or'jworkenf In the .campaign.' i-r-j. ..The ladles awlmmlcg class at the under the auspices o( the Wom- en's Civic will be-held Wednes- day and evening. ,ThB chiidren's 3.30 the adults at .SO. menc'es tho new "moiith, .the monthly fee ot 60 cents Is clue. silOEils Weunesday Morning Special Oddment and Remnant Sale A FINAL CLKAX UP OF- ALL-A-COTMULATEl) IjKMXAXTS AND ODDMKXTS; ALSO .-MAX Y-BKOKKX LINKS OF MEKCIIAXDISK. TIIESK BE MARKED AT PRICKS WILL QUICKLY DISPOSE OF THEM. SHOP EARLY WEDNESDAY I send accredHed to tlie Tile- Liberal comenllon at Wlnnlrrtg on August TLh'and '8th No delegates have Tia'merl detln Itely as jrsl, hat It (9 eipecten 'that Is addition lo the four ae-redlied'riole gates there 'will be ciulto B number of others whp twlll go along, to. jttenr whit la destined to oe-the Tnolt Im portanl gatherlriK of Liberals In the brttoir'of ttt-frtlrle p'rarliioea.' thai' railway fares arftl estimate been made" that'the aTerafe fcnt.fb: ftre to each delegate will be'abou should ask (he rtfl tor flUndard 'eonTentlon certificates. It Is'posalble that train may be run'from' Edmonton-and orsr the 0 T. p. and delegates from Southern M berU may like Ihla toule it U def upon. LocaMJberala who ivleh lo attend and It Is desired lo send a dclejalloi o( at least n dozen repreaentallre mm from this city, should oclllj Oeo E. A. Rise, phone LA3T PATHE PRESENTS BEAUTIFUL. LESLIE .IN pmcus 5-Reels "IT HAPPENED TO ADELE" 5-Iteeli Cerfrrty One of Itw Wi Havi.Had For tnmt Time, Wife by Prpxy" TONIGHT MAVCL TALiAFEHhb -vterry Half-Day Offerings from Dry jooqs Section for morning 3DOO Remnants Drrss Goods, Silks, Wasli Goods, Ribbons, Laces, "Em- Towclings, Shcct- ngs, Table Linens, Linings, Sateens and Cottons, at One- Ilall Kegular Prices. These must be cleared to make room, for displays of our new fall stock now ready to. open up. .1 Also 9 only, Silk Sunshades. r Regular prices 52.50, and J7.00. To Wear SK DRESSES Plain chambrays 'wilh' striped collar and cuffs. All s kef, 1 '1 Q To clear J-'l? A OF CUILD- REN'S.WASH Sizes 2 ItTfi tears. Rejiilar (o All (o clear" D. AVORri '.Broken HrjesP-'Seiuiar.lo 52.50- .1.43 AND Trimmed" wlthjace anil -1 cry'. Ji'ogiilar jirft, Spscfal ....._.. and; Bby s Furni hlue elripe. Rcjiiir S5c.-, Special j. 'MEN'S BOYS' WASH f Regular .Special 19c BOYS' LINEN liegular'lo 60c. Wednesday Special Portrait Values) nundrcds of satisfied custom- ers have taken advantage oi his too good to be (rue ofl'ei1. in any photo you would like to have enlarged mid gel one of the beautiful reproductions made in the jest quality and latest style of oval convex work for only c. a few days our closing sal. vi'ill appear. Do not be laic hi ordering. Furnis -N ets, Marquisettes, Mns- liiis, Madras, Cretonnes and Chintzes. All marked at Half Price. Eemnants of iLiiiolcuuis arid Oilcloths to Clear at a Big Saving. COLORED BORDERED CASEMENT On cream ground, 30 inches wide. Kegular 25c. Special COLORED BORDERED 65o rard. Special, yard 25c Wednesdays Odd- ment Sale in Boot and Shoe Dept. WE ARE FORCED TO CLEAR OUT ALL ODDMENTS REGARDLESS OF COST TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR LARGE FALL STOCK WHICH WLLI ARRIVE SHORTLY THESE SACRIFICES. Ladles Fine Kid, Palcnt Leather and Gun- metal pumps.. All this reason's Block and lylcs with Louts, French or Cuban heels. vnmpa or with long wlgccl Up. These LrUinpJ are very dressy tor alreet or Itosi veaf. Sizes lo Ilegular lo ?G.OO. laic 3.19 FANCY Ladies" high cut Btrect shoes -with French or hecla ot chocolate, cliocolaic and black, grey nad black, ant! vhlte aiid black and plain black kid. Sizes o Regular values to -J QQ Sale Price....................... LADIES' Ladles1', high cut black Hd and paUsl vllh Wd top boots. ivIUi Louis or walking ieeU, lace or buUon styles. Vcrjl dreasy. Sliea to UcBular to ?S.OO. J 1 Q MtNliirS ilVB NAILED NSIner'a liolj nailed boots with heavy re- inforced leather counter. These shoes are made lo stand tno hardest wear. Sizes G lo 11. TUsular iirice. 54.50. o Afl BDlO ittilif SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS Ladles'.' kid and patent .leather slip pers.nud oifords. Ail the iatcsl slyles for nebular to 57.00. LADIES' Ladles' palent leather -Jnd kid shoes with clo'Ui'lops. Very JservjceahJe for fall wear to 7 9C BROKEN LINES IN DKESSSilOES-i Black button or laco Styles. Sizes 6 to 10 IlCEiiUr..to J6.00. A O Sale. LADIES' GTJNMETAL PATENTLEATHER _ tlock toes and Cuban heels. Sii 'to A Including button and lace. ularab Ji.OO. Salo GIKLS' SHOES Gunmctal button and blucber.boota. Wld fltUnE'and low heels. All sizes. A B wearing sboo. Ilegular M-60. Sale Price GROCERY SPECIALS Canned half Special Per tin 'Canneri Ib. tint. 15c Canned Shrimps. Per tin 'Sardines. Regular ZOc. Special kelllen' .Marmalade, Stone Jan. OC- JC Powd-r. Special Beach Pure Strawberry Jimi lint. Special....... Ihg'ertoK Avon Cheete. L'Pkg. I.Oc and------......... Bl.cuiU, Special _.'....... Q j j p IOC I no 6''V ndlcallons firo that there will M 50 cars In Ilie Auto Club tour to Car- nianlar tomorrow. There .may fce niorfs bit will not HVely he less. Rahn along Itie Alderslne branch bare teld the dust ami Iticrsc taking In titi-.lrtp will some-of th6_ best croft in Ihe country. J.laU: of Ihose motor owners who are nolnt arc In the hands o! the raMrilinam'r committed: J, Ori: htm, chairman; R. R. DiTldaon, IX H. D. M Slnpim' aad 'A. 0. Bullm. BM any of them and get rams The tour mni the comer e( ItVSI. and 3rd Ate. I.'at two o'clock LENINE DISAPPEARS. cltojrafl, July Ltnloc, pcate 'aKflalor ;and ftHegcd ipy, has 'dlaArpcared'from hU usual hsun'15.. Jn.( and lila wherc- nbouls ar6 lo'llic govern- ment authorities. (or a Farhlan artist, will come as the first flulterdj- plcdiro lo Iho Orph- eum, What Ihe'Press Agents Say AT THIS (MIPHEL'M The'Lalln Q'uarlcr ot I'arla .as it ft-ns (he sft war "will con- tlnne to bs a romnntlc speciV la'llon to those' .tvho liayn notcr aeon II. NaturJlly picturesqilo en- vlroiimen't has bt'cn naed as tho bnala Of many plays sad pholpdraross. Now a drama ol cdhirast between'the life of the the .-.capital city of France, aid .life, In a little VBrltliny the a little peteant ftrl AT THE EMPRiaSS In "A Wife by the-Mslro wondcrploy which bo soon at Ihe Kraprcss lonlglit, Slabcl Tallarerro, thn slnr. has. uousmliy slrone sup- port. Holjprt Walker, .Mlaa Talloferro'8 Icadlne man, who plays' Norton thjr- heck, has in several'Metro pliolo playa. Ho Is a'natiye'of neth- Ichom, I'd., anil was educated In' New York City. He comes bl'nn 'afllsllo family, his uncles being-Hurry'Hill- lard, ilia famous operi, and nobsrt Il.llllard, v Sally '.Crute, as Deatrlce Gaden, In by has, a difficult role, wherein, an a blonrlc .adv'entk'r- 09s she pita Jier n'lU against (Hine.bt Jerry.' -Mis? Crule Is i'lotcrtol and convlnchig actress, whose.sucrt-j on the screen rollaind.tliiit'01'.'Uiiiipea.ar Ing stage. AT 3TARLAND Most of the Muni-tutu 'ait Oit motion picture ac'.'em come rom the ranks or the eitru. Mary 'Ickforil Is a cnnsjilcuous example, ilany at In'ose ot the likewise. Ferguson ftas a cborH3 Kirl- .who has ever been truck see "1C 'Ifappene ,it Slorlind loulghL 3 a, delightful picture iD.wbl'ch a'lkuc girl becomed lamous' almoitt orer night, and It is doubly 'Interesting he -nuso the star herself, QlwJya Leslie, is risen helgbls of stardom, an attnctkni titnwrdlniry, Storland, commencing lombrroiiY'iriTr' Dres'ent Mary Plckfora'tn :ratt picture, !'A Romance at tie slued under the pencnal direction ot Cecil B: Do A western ititijwt of inil-blooflied, dramatic action, TMW IlcVford vehicle prcienbt Mary" hi role that Is entirely different (ran anything, In which, the eTM peared acraeii. The ttorjt TM .written by Mr. De Mllle' hirawtf hi collanoratloii with, son.and af'tr Piciitorrl Tbe letting! 'ane: Of durtaj Umt at i' ;