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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rmpY, JUNK DAIIA HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN NEWS on Page 13 Waists Half-Price y r. Pylands The Busy Store All members o( the Central'W. C. T. U., are ukecl sew at tlio lied Cross rooms tomorrow aflcniooti, f Mr. anil Mrs. W. 'A.'iluclianan and eon Donald, of Lelbbr'tlse, Alia., were last weekend gueils of Mr and Mrs. Kraut M; Thomas Times. The Wla-Ono class of Ibe First Bap- tist Sunday school will meet In tbo roomi tonight at 1.30 AUSTRIAN CLAIMS. Vienna, Tuesday, June 5, via Lon- JUDO 12.27 p.m. The Aus- l flans have regained positions taken by Italians south of Jamlano on the front above Trieste and captured more than 6.500 Italians, the n-ar of f ICG announced "Tfio tolal, -announced in tbe last the statement. tlma Increased to the extraordinary. Uuru- a. defensive hatlle, of M.QOO lirlsoTiers." VILLISTAS REPORTED DEFEATED Juarez, Mei., June three hourj of hard fighting ilie govern- ment: forces .Cordova Es- litnosa Hie" command- :.'of Francisco Villa. Monday, at Tuculito CO miles south of Ojinaga, according lo an olliclnl announcement made here-! tonight by General, 'Francisco Gonznlcs, acting commander of the northeastern .nrlltCary Gafieral Pa'Jflla, iTIlla .fcamnfan gofcrn'nienT-ftirccs acalon. yesterday General GohTalos also announced __ ,i y Red Cross o'clock. Mrs. (Dr.) McKle ol Calgary, and ilrfl, A. Green oITabejr, are the guests of Mra. K. J., Jlpjids, Con naught Mai atom. Mra. '.McKIe Biiendlcg llio summer al Oakvlllq. Ont. f The marriage Is announced of Mr. Jaraes II. From and Mrs. Martba con, which tooV place at Denver, Col., 19Lli. Frcjii Is a resident of Clenroulr, Wyoming.- Mr. and MTO. James Moodlc nnd daughter. Miss Amy, Lave returned lo a most dc- hollday Viitn friends lu the clty.-T-CQlgary News-Telegram. tennis club Tvlll bo formally opc'ncd for the season on Sat- urday- atlcrnoon' when tea-will' be served Ly Mrs. -Hi T. Ilryraner and Mrs. A. TlicBC courts have always been jiop.ular former sea- Eoria and it hoped that a large Hum- Lcr will bo present on tlio OI-CIJ.IIK day. At tho National Council of Women convention at Winnipeg, Mrs. Edward Drown Introduced a resolution support- ed liy the Winnipeg Local Council of Women, asking Uie national council to recommend bodfcs that llicy endeavor to utilize the recreation rooms and machinery gf Ihe churches to provide social diversions for young women. MJ55 Eya L. .Jones, explained that the mqve.lo use the machtnery ol the churches for recreation centres for young working'girls wag due to tha lack of social Inlprcourso and lack of organized recreation lii larger C aim- ill nc cities. --Tim raunle.pal dance halla would not give the atragspliDre desired for young business Mra, Flob- Idea ol: .tie local council was lo emphasize the shelter of Ihc clmrchi ID us- ing the Btih'bol' as centre -.vas lliat ol England, of that Hie Roman; In! absolutely forbidden sound dancing Mra. Nlntan Smlllle moved In delegates were afraid lo recommend dancing Lo the machinery of the churches. They einlalned that tho eastern church members wore DOT BO progres- sive as those in the west. Mrs. II. P. II. of Winnipeg, staled the girl members of the VAV.C.A. lo have their friends In lo dance during the past winter. The churches need the young people ami they are leaving the churches.. This Is Ihe churches' great opportunity to reach out' and" a splendid worfc. The original resolu- tion was adopted. On motion of Prof. C. C. M. Dcrick, of ided to reaffirm ilontrtal, -it was decided the jielition of the national council to Premier Harden to extend, the federal franchise lo the women oF Canada. The fifth clause of plauk one (pub- lic dealing wilU pure food and puro water, and healthy houses, was dlBcuBscJ. The council went on rec- ord as being In favor of the govern- ment compelling the pasteurization of all. milk used in making butter and cheese. Mrs. Shorlt ciplalnert thai lu- licrculosls germs can Hvu IQ butter for thfco months. Lethbridgc Millinery Co. Ltd L. A. SCOTT, ManagcrPhoneV57.5H4lhAvc.S PANAMAS froni If COLORED HATS li-ojn to Sport Hats from eart desires. n Jfcwelrjjr CARRY EVBIlYTHtNO IN THE JEWBLRYiLlNHvPIlOM A IIAIJY PI.V TO A FAMILY CLOCK OR A 3BT OF AND.iWIUlNlY.Qy BUY YO.UH ;rtlO t'OU OUTAIN TI1B ji.BST. WK UARRY MO OTHER, KlN.Pv.i ftdsTOMBHS HOW WE TllEXt' US TO YOUR KRIBND3 AUOUT US. WE WAKE RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE v-ff h -i, i FIFTH ITREtT LETHBBIDOI, ALBERTA HE PRESENT NEED FOR AMBULANCE WORKERS Saturday, Special Selling of Ladies' Boots and Shoes, Slippers and Pumps These will be on sale Saturday at less than cost of manufacture Regular values :itul and lo 7 in I) and K widths and include Ladies' Tal- ent Leather Mary Jane Pfimns, vide fitting and lov heels. Patent leather pumps, wide fitting, similar lo Mary Jane, only having an ankle strap and little higher heel. Strap Slipper, patent vamp, kid back and Louis heel. A vary .n-eal street slipper. Ladled all patent leather flippers. One open worked strap and French heel. A very dressy Ladles' Patent Leather Pumps In the Cuban heel and neat shaped toe'. Lad If i' Brack Kid Slipper, with patent vamp, Cuban heel and one wide open work strap buttoning over 4 buttons. All the above styles going at one price 2.19 Tn the opcDlng'chaplcr of the official xtliook of Ihc St. John Ambulance Gallon on the subject ol First Afrf a arc Lold Ihal "First-Bid to the In- red Is a special branch of practical edlcluc and surgery, by a knowledge which trained persons are cuallied afford skilled assistance In cases of cldenl and sudden and Jur- or, ILat ''the duty of the ambulance uplls ends when Lhe doclor's com- cnces." The present necessity for llio eiten on of Ihe ambulance movement. Is so due lo Ihc fact UiaL a'large uuin- of experienced ,wofk rs, who were engaged In connection Ith IndUElrlal ucderLakltiRs, and, ed n for assistance in eme'rE cs, have answered the call of their mulry.nnU placet! ,their services'at 10 disposal of tho Medical pepart- enta of iha Army. The'wIthdraVal so much medical and first aid stance Is particularly fell at n time hen, In order to overthrow Ihc com- ion every phase of in- ualrial work throuehoul tlic country being speeded up lo the point of lajlmum output. AH Ihls work la being undertaken Uh considerably depleted -staffs and vast nuanllty of substituted labor B3, of necessity, liatTio be employed, ucludlng a large percentage of women 'ho unaccustomed to ie conditions and surroundings am- ag whleli they now find urroundlngs- which often differ "dla-i netrlcally from (hose which Jhey-have cen hitherto as f the womau transferred from the iacid atmosphere oi home to tho busy iglnecrlng workshop. It Is highly desirable thai as targe ;nuinber as possible so engaged houhl acquire the training which vlll nablo Hi cm to apply the prescribed aid treatments on "uiinalf of emsclvcs and others when accidents ccur. that such Ircalinent; prompt- applied, mny sine lives and limbs nd generally pr'ovo invaluable In mcs of crises, has.been dcmpnalrat- d over and' over ngahi. A point which Is not always 'ap- rccialcd at Us full value in cohncc- on with tho acquisition of First'Aid novi ledge but one which should ap- eal with nddcd force to.all at Industrial workers of practlc- lly all kinds _ arc at a premium. Is liat First" Aid _methods arc promptly nd efficiently" applied when accld- irils occur, not only may lives bd aay- jd and suffering ameliorated, r-bill lib period of tlic'irork- affccted ntnv thereby be mater- ally reduced, which, of course, not mly reprcscnls a gain to the (ridlyid- lal worter and of wages and working time being reduc- ed to a also constit- utes a direct advantage to.the coun- try, Inasmuch as production is there- by Increased. Tliere are, of courae, other advan- tages which Ehnuhl not go unnoticed such the reducllon of payments under the Workmen's Compenskllon Hoards as well ns by the varlous'Stck Benefit Societies; but what Is par- ticularly desired ia lo'emphasise here the considerable advantages would accrue lo the country, at large by a vigorous campaign for ihc ac- quisition of eoinc measure of am- bulance training nming industrial workers: today, in view of fact lhald the medical and other stilled aeglglnnca on which''ihcy vcre ac- customed to rely In liapplcr limes la now In-a large" measure not forth- coming.- Ladies' Patent Leather Button Boots. Saturday, Your Choice, pair With :i Silk Poplin Cloth Tup, wide filling im-dinm toe and heel. A splendid shoe for every occasion. Also suiluble for growing; girls. Exceptional value ;il Special Suit-selling Event for Saturday FOP Boys, 3fl oniy Norfolk and Pinch .Bai-k of.; tweeds and fancy worsteds, iii tfark" colors. Sizes 29 lo 31. -Kcgiilar diiy, choice for 10 liOZEN MEXSS Latest styles flowing ends. G5e. Saiunlay WHITE EGYPTIAN. COTTON IJOYSvSUMMER'WErGnT COMBINATION1 Sh'lrls have short Eleevea. Drapers three- quarter garment....................... 59c Short Elceves and lengths In white and natural. Sizes 22 to 32. Regular 65c. Special per garment JQ C _ Housefurnishings for Saturday iCOTCH FLOOR CLOTH U I In a block nnd matting design. Excellent llntEb and -worth j ll'iird, 2 yards wide. Special Frlilayajid'Sjjordoy. 1 OC y'er Hneal yard I promt FLOOR OILCLOTH 2 yards wide. Fine range mailing and hardivood The same as above 1 1 ft lineal yard J'er'square j brown and ahovo -2. block sliadcc. ,Hp aljovp -j' rft special, square l.JV [KEY In lirown Ehuesl Hea J27 Incites The sailV.M' above.1 'SO Inches' in Scotland. 69c 85c Shopping News from the Dry Goods Section fana raport laEsahs, SB Inches wldo. PLAIN JAPANESE MATTING 40 yards only.'SG Fine weave. Regular 35c. JAPANESE WIKE GKASS'RTJGS 10 only.-Neatly bound edges. Sizes 36 Inches by 72 Inches, i negular 52.50. Very Bpeclal BEST QUALITY DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES Mountcd on Hartsliorn rollers. 36 inches by 72'inches.. Very special, each.......................'................. BRASS CURTAIN RODS With silver ends, crUcnd lo Inches. 'Brackets-complete.. -I Regular lac. Special, 1UC 100 YARDS OF CRETONNE 27 inches iride. Well printed In dark colors. A Special, yard 25c 79c PURCHASED POWER CO. Toronto, Juno Under Uie, terms of Ihe purchase ot'tlje OntnVlb Fower company by the Ontario Hydro-Elec- Irlc Commlaston the company ntjees In rtcllrer Cnhndlan rropcrlles along with nil physical 'asscti.and contractfl for llic delivery of powetjln return (or which tlio commtssldn agrees lo pay In Ha own debpnlnres lo the extent of JS.OOO.OOO, (or tlio Bloclt now licld pany, nnil to'sssuriii the bond llabllliy ot fH.CdO.OOi) eccoiyd 'by n flrat morl- BiiBO on tho property; compftny lo. receive currcnl oaBCte end In Biime'.ihb' llablllllcs. 4c TERRY TOWELINQ. 101) yute In while or brown -with red stripe. 1C Inches wide. To clear, yard-; RADIUM SILK HOSE. pully, plnlv, Betaiuiii navy. Specially priced '1 IWk Pair ITALIAN SILK.HOSE, -t tWead. 3% to 10. Specially priced, pair AIR FLOAT TALCUM. HOBO of Baby Violel Boralcd Taicum Eacll 'li HAIR O.R CLOTHES bristles.'Specially priced SILK JEnSEY'CL'Ofil'H'ANp.BAGS. Plalii, colored, and with O'oft rotnan siripc. H. B. SAXONY WOOL! grey or black ftaC- AGAINST THE H. C. OF L. .Chrlalla'nU, rVfl 'uSKdori, .Jme Tho' {IcmOnatfjtlori Ihrbnilip'.il way, yeslcrday; nEatnst Ihe of lUlnr, passed nnlctly, (n Chrllllia dde. A deputation of the Ion rccelret) by tbe president of Slorlhlcg. 'Baits" Saturday Grocery List 50c 5c 'Eggo Baking Powder, 1 Ib. tins PAtJitocs, .100 Ibs. 15c Holbrook's Pure Malt Vinegar Per bottle.................. Salmon, half pound tint Evaporaled Apples 3 Animal BiscmlE. 'MaconochTei1 MiKed i Bottle. Plmentoes In llni, Eich.................... Granulated French Bottle Anailarcbdifleh, 2 Ib. box Eacfi Flaked Cod FlEh -J ri IOC J'Per dozen Strictly Per dozen GiHon Per tin................... Flgl. Regular 26c if Per lb) Sardmeg fn Tamafo Sauce t 4 tins...........'........... Raspberry 2 pkgt.................... Vl'cht Sardlnei 2