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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE SEVEN Capture 3 Lines of Trenches British Front in France,'July 31.- (By Associated Press). *-Three lines of German trenches in Flanders have been captured by the British forces. Most of the points stormed were between Boesinghe and Warnc ton. British Front In Franco, July SI.-0--:- '(By tho Associated Press.)-Late to- duy It wan reported that tho Germans were' counter-attacking at tho point of junction of tho French and British torcos. The French who attacked On tho difficult territory between Dix-nnido and a point near. Boesinghe forced their way ncrostt the marsh �nd captured tho first two German lines. With a few exceptions tho ontcnto llles accomplished all they had planned for the first day of thiB battle In Flanders. TONIGHT BUTTERFLY PICTURES Present 'Eternal Love' A Btory of undying love of a poor model In Brittany for a careless Paris artist and how that lovo was rewarded. Featuring RUTH CLIFFORD and'DOUGLAS GERRARD and a Strong Butterfly Cast. "The Broken Coin" AND MR. J. R. HALL _ _The Great Baritone BULLETINS U. S. BOATS IN FIGHT. American Naval Base in British Waters, July 31.-American torpedo boat destroyers were reported today to have engaged two hostile submarines causing them to submerge without shooting. One of the U-boats had just sunk a steamer and tho other was attacking a merchantman. RECRUITING IN U. S. New York, July 31.-The British recruiting mission reported today that 238 British subjects were enlisted for the British and Canadian armies throughout the United States yesterday. DEATHS FROM HEAT. Chicago, July 31.-Four deaths attributed to the intense heat were reported to the coroner before 9 o'clock this morning. The heat increased until the thermometer registered 97 degrees at 2 p.m. Three more deaths were added to the list ,of heat victims, making 18 to succumb. TURN OVER HUN 8HIP8. Washington, July 31.- Cuba today turned over to the United States the five German merchant ships seized in Cuban ports, when Cuba declared war on Germany. The ships will be made ready for repair and operation. PHONE 1224 When \ou need Optical Goods Come in MAYBE YOU ABE WEARING GLASSES THAT WERE PRESCRIBED FOR YOU MANY YEARS AGO. PERHAPS YOUR EYES HAVE UNDERGONE A CHANGE IN THOSE YEARS. YOUR EYES AND YOUR GLASSES SHOULD BE TESTED EVERY FEW YEARS. GOME IN AND LET US TEST THEM FOR YOU. IF YOU NEED A CHANGE. WE WILL TELL YOU. IF YOU DON'T NEED A CHANGE WE WILL TELL YOU. WE WANT TO HELP EVERYONE TO PRESERVE THEIR EYESIGHT. WE CARRY ' ALL KINDS OF LENSES. MOUNTS AND EVERYTHING YOU MAY NtED IN EYE GLASSES AND SPECTACLES. ARMSTRONG & R A WORTH Fic'TH UTREET SOUTH WED., THUR8., AND FRIDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES CORPORATION Presents the Little Idol of the Silent Drama MARY PICK FORD In a Red Blooded Story of Early California Days "A ROMANCE OF THE REDWOODS" Miss 81mm and Mr. Fleming Will Render Vocal Selections at the evening Performances. Dally Performances at 2, %M, 7 ADMISSION-MATINEES 20c and 10c. ----..... ________. and 9. EVENINGS 25c and 15c Miss Ktlrldgo has returned from several weeks stay In Blalrmoro.  � � Mrs. Rowland Crawford and children are vlRlting relatives In IJIafr-inoro.    Mr. A. E. Dnpont and party left yesterday for a fortnight^ vacation at Banff.  *  Mr. W. D. King lias returned from Great Falls, wliero ho attended the Hankers' Convention. m m m .Mr. J. F. Spooner and family liavo returned from an auto trip to Invor-inere and other points of Interest.    Mrs. Swarfs section of the Rebecca's will meet, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Lutes, East Flat, Victoria Mansions.  �  Mr. and Mrs. ,I. W. Bawden and family liavo returned from an extended auto trip to Invormore and district.    Tho Thistle Sowing Circle will moot for Red Cross sowing at tlio home of Mrs. G. Goldlo, 538 12th St. C. N., on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. � � * Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson left for a trip to the Kootenay Lakes via Banff and Calgary. They will be absent for about two weeks.  *  Rev. A. G. and Mrs. Baker of Bolivia, who have been In tho city for tho past few weeks, are visiting Mr. and MrB. E. E. Taylor, Calgary.    The handsome total of $225.86 was cleared by the ladies of the Red CrosB at the booths conducted at the experimental farm during the farmers' excursions a week ago. I  �  '' Mrs. E. Ripley of Areola, Sask., who has been the guest of her sister hero, Mrs. J. N. Kennedy left yesterday for Calgarv, accompanied by her little son and Miss Dorothy Kennedy.   � Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kinnear have returned from the coast,' whero they have been spending their vacation. A large number of Lethbridgo people are there says Mr. Kinnear. -  *  * The Wesley Ladies' Aid will hold their regular monthly meeting in the church parlors tomorrow' afternoon at three o'clock. The systematic collectors are asked to make their returns at this meeting.  *  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson (nee Miss Elinor McLennan of this city), returned to Calgary from Brandon and Reglna and left yesterday' for Banff to spend a week, before leaving for Ottawa.    Mr. R. H. Dobson and party consisting of Rov. C. J. and Mrs. Dobson, Miss Dobson and Mr. Howard Dobson, left yesterday for Calgary, from which point his guests will leave for Vancouver and coast cities before returning to the east.    At a meeting of the local branch of the Red Cross Society it was decided to hold tag days on each of the Stampede days, August 15, 16 and, 17. In order to ralso funds for the; sotolety. Arrangements are now being niado and a large army of workers will hel|> In the campaign. " r �  *  The ladies swimming class at the "Y" under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club, will be held Wednesday .afternoon and evening. The children's classes .at 3.30 and ;4.30 and the adults at .30. Tomorrow,commences the new 'month, when' the monthly fee of 60 cents Is due. 1ORPHEUM-E�5�i! 61 THE POPULAR * ^ Musical Comedy Go. WILL PLAY A RETURN ENGAGEMENT 8ame Funny Comedians. Same Pretty Girls. New Plays : New Songs and Dances : New Gowns. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday "THE SLAVES OF THE ORIENT" Thursday, Friday and Saturday , "IN PANAMA" Dally Matinee at 3 p.m. Two Shows Nightly, 7 and 9 p.m. ' Matinee Prices, 18o and 3Bo. Evening Prices 2fio and SOc. FEATURE FILMS AT EACH PERFORMANCE SEVERAL DELEGATES Lethbrldge provincial constituency will send four accredited delegates to the big- western Liberal convention at Winnipeg on August 7th and 8th. No delegates have been named definitely as yet, but it Is expected that in' addition to tho four accredited delegates there will bo quite a number of othoi'B who will go along to attend what is destined to be'the-most important gathering of Liberals in the history of the prairie provinces. It; is expected that railway fares wilU bo-pooled and the estimate has been made that the average cost for fare to each delegate will be about $12. ^Delegates should ask the railway agent for standard convention certificates. It is possible that a special train may be run from Calgary via Edmonton and over the G. T. P. and delegates from Southern Alberta may take this route it it is definitely decldotl upon. Local Liberals who wish to attend, and it is desired to send a delegation of at least a dozen representative men from this city, should notify Geo. E. A. Rice, phone 1164. , mm )�[� "her circus knight;' e-Reel; Sennott-Koystone Comsdy LA8T TIME8 TONIGHT. PATHE PRE8ENT8 BEAUTIFUL GLADYS LESLIE IN 5-RcelK "IT HAPPENED TO ADELE" 5-Reels One of the Best Comedy-Dramas We Have Had For Some Time. E TONIGHT i*rr time C."A Wife by Proxy" g^gF TARRING MABEL TALIAFERRO TARRING MABEL TALIAFERRO A Mttro Wohtfarplay In; Flv* Aste and the latest Currant Events an* Cemedy Wednesday Morning Special Oddment and Remnant Sale A FINAL CLEAN UP OF ALL-ACCUMULATED REMNANTS AND ODDMENTS; ALSO MANY BROKEN LINES OF MERCHANDISE. THESE WILL RE MARKED AT PRICES THAT WILL QUICKLY DISPOSE OF THEM. 's�e> SHOP WEDNESDAY Merry Half-Day Offerings from Dry Goods Section for Wednesday morning 0 Remnants Dross Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,, Towcliiigs, Sheetings, Table Linens, Linings, Sateens and Cottons, at One-Hall' Regular Prices. These must be cleared to make room for displays of our new fall stock now ready to open up. Also 9 only, Silk Sunshades. Regular prices $2.50, $3.50 and $7.00. f o Clear $1.50 and $.'$.50 Each Read y-to - Wear LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES Plain chambrays with striped collar and cuffs. All sizes.. 110 To clear..... ................... 1*1 / A CLEANUP OF CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES 1.49 1.29 Sizes 2 to 6 years. Regular to 95c. rtA All to clear at'''.................. *�"C D. cS: A. ROYAL WOR-. CESTER'jDORSETS Broken liries:|Regular to $2.50. Special................. LADIES' VOILE AND MUSLIN -WAISTS Trimmed with lace and embroidery. Lobular ?i.til. SpscliU....... Mens and Boy's Furnish ing Department ROYS' WASH SUITS- .yin plain1 white and blue stripe. Ages 2 Ip 4 years. Kcgu'iir 85c.'. Q/i Special.........:.......____....... OUC- MEN'S AND ROYS' WASH-TIES- Regular 25c. Special .. 19c; ROYS' LINEN IIATS- '. Regular to COc. Wednesday Special ...... ................... �J�fC. o o o o e o n o o Beautiful Enlarged Portrait : ($3.50 Values) Hundreds of satisfied customers have taken advantage of this too good to be true olfer. -Bring in any photo you would like to have enlarged and get one of the beautiful reproductions made in the best quality and latest style of oval convex work for only 2i)c. -In a few days our closing ad. will appear. Do not be late in ordering. Furnishings Remnants, Curtain N e t s, Scrims, Marquisettes, Muslins, Madras, Cretonnes and Chintzes. All marked at Half Price. Remnants of Linoleums and Oilcloths to Clear at a Rig Saving. COLORED BORDERED CASEMENT CLOTH- 15c . On cream ground, 30 inches wide, Regular 25c. Special ...,.......... COLORED BORDERED VOILES- Regular 45c and 65c yard. Special, yard.................. 25c Wed nesdays Oddment 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 -THEREFORE THESE SACRIFICES. PUMPS- Ladles Fine Kid, Patent Leather and Gun-metal Pumps.. All this season's stock and styles with Louis, French or Cuban heels. Plain vamps or with long wiged tip. These pumpn are very dressy for street or best wear. Sizes to iyz. Regular to ?G.OO. q f. q Sale ............................ O.lit FANCY ROOTS- Ladies' high cut fancy street shoes with French or Louis heels in colors of chocolate, chocolate and black, grey nad black, and whito and black and plain black kid. Sizes to 4%. Regular values to ?12.00. jk qq Sale Price ....................... HCmmJif LADIES' BOOTS- Ladies' high cut black kid and patent with kid top boots, with Louis or walking heels, lace or button styles. Very! dressy. Sizes to 4'/2- Regular to ?8.00. < ia Sale ............................. flt.lSJ MINER'S HOB NAILED BOOTS- Miner's hob nailed boots with heavy reinforced leather counter. These shoes are made to stand tho hardest wear. Sizes 6 to 11. Regular price $4.50. *% �}A Sale ............................. �,�iflj SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS Ladles' kid and patent leather slippers and oxfords. All the latest styles for street wear. Regular to $7.00. q AO Sale ............................. J�W LADIES' BOOTS- Ladles' patent leather and kid shoes with cloth tops. Very serviceable for fall wear. Sizes to 4M:- Regular to $6.00. q aa Sale............. .................OmttU BROKEN LINES IN MEN'S DRESS SHOES- Black button or lace styles. Sizes 6 to 10. Regular to $0.00. A ftffc Sale .......................... tmAtiJ LADIES' GUNMETAL & PATENT LEATHER / SHOES- With Mock toes and Cuban heels. Sizes to 4 including button and lace. Reg- *% �jq ular to $4.00. Sale................ �/9 GROWING GIRLS' SHOES Gunmetal button and blucher boots. Wide fitting and low heels. All sizes. A splendid wearing shoe. Regular $4.50. � aa Sale Price ....................... j*��f GROCERY SPECIALS Canned Pineapple, half lb. Special 1 � Per tin........................ LjC Canned Pineapple,' 2 lb. tins. Each ................. Canned Shrimps. Special Per tin ............... 25c 15c Sardines. Regular 20c. 8pecia| 2 for ....................... Kelllers' Marmalade, Stone jars. Special .'.................'..... Tuxedo Baking Powder. Special i lb. tins.................... 35c 25c 22c King' Beach Pure 8trawberry Jams 4 lb. tins. Special .............. Ingersoll Avon Cheese. - Pkg. 10c and.................... Pkg. Soda Biscuits, Special ^ Package......................... Fancy Lemons Per dozen ..'...................., 84c 15c 28c 40c FIFTY AUTO LOADS TO LENINE DISAPPEARS. Indications are that there will be 50 cars in tho Auto Club tour to Car-inantay tomorrow. There may be more but there will not likely be less. Rains along the Alderside branch have laid the dust and those taking in the trip will see some of the best crops in the country. Lists of those motor owners who aro going are in the hands of the entertainment committee: J. T. Graham, chairman; R. R. Davidson, V, H. Blton, D. Baalim. See Aj. Simpson and A. G. any of then^ and get your name on the ItaL^.j., The tour starts from the corner of 8th St. and 3rd Ave. |. at two o'clock sharp. A .wYimmkWcmmwiY. the party. ..;'�� " 7i  Potrograd, July 30.-Nikolai Lenlne, peace agitator and alleged Gorman spy, has disappeared from his usual haunts in  Petrograd and his whereabouts are not known to'tho government authorities. What the Press Agents Say AT THE ORPKEUM The Latin Quartor of Paris as It was before the grout war will continue to bo a field of romantic speculation to thooe who have never soon it. Naturally such a picturesquo environment has been used as tlje basis of many plays and photodramas. Now comes tile latest, "Eternal Love," a drama of contrast between the life of the studios in the capital city of Franco, and life in a little Brittany village, ThiB beautiful story of the redeeming love of a little peasant girl for a Parisian artist, will come as tho first Butterfly picture to the Orph-eum. AT THE EMPRESS In "A Wife by Proxy," the Metro wonderplay which will be seen at the Empress tonight, Mabel. Taliaferro, tho star, has unusually strong support. Robert Walker, . MIrb Taliaferro's leading man, who plays' Norton Bur-beck, haB been seen in several - Metro photo plays. Ho is afnative of Bethlehem, Pa., and was educated in New York City. He comes bf an artistic family, his uncles being Harry Hill-la i'd, tho famous opera singer, and Robort Milliard, actor. /( Saiiy Crute, as Beatrice Gaden, in "A Wife by Proxy," has a difficult role, wherein as a blonde adventuress she pits .her wits, against those of Jerry. Miss Crute is a forceful and convincing actress, whose success on the screen followed that*6h. the speaking stage. AT STARLAND Most of the biggest atari on the motion picture screen have cone up from the ranks of the extras. Mary Pickford is a conspicuous example. Many of those of the stage likewise. Elsie Ferguson was a chorus girl. Anyone who has ever been stage-struck should see "It Happened^ To AUelo" at Starland tonight becaMs'lt is q delightful picture in which a little girl becomes famous almost over night, and It Is doubly Interesting because the star herself, Oladys Leslie, has risen a meteor to the heights ot stardom. ' ' ' ., As an attraction extraordinary, Starland, commencing tomorrow, will present Mary Pickford In a new Art-craft picture, "A Romance of the Redwoods;" staged under the personal direction ot Cecil B. De Mllle. A woB'tern subject ot full-blooded, dramatic action, the new Pickford vehicle presents* "Little Mary" In a role that is entirely different from anything In which she has ever appeared on the screen. The story; was written by Mr. De Mllle himself in collaboration with Jennie MacnkveiN son and dlscZooes1 a wealth of typical Pickford Incidents of i�e*rt appeal. The settings are of the. day*. of '49 during the time of the Mg fBU (WlV ;