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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sATrnoAY. .irNK 20. ioik TIIE l-r/j nrTHjDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE FII ? : ? '> ? :� : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : PERSONAL ? ? > : : ? ? : : : ? : : : : Mlas Bennington Ioavc3 sliortly to hpend the Hummer montliH at KIiik-'Hton. Ontario.  *  Miss Margaret Dougall of Wlnnlpej; I tho guoat of Mrs. AV. U. IlumlUoii. (or tho Hummcr holidnya. Mrs. I). A. Sraltli anil Miss Smitii aro leaving early In thn week to spend (the auminor In Vancouver. * * � Mrs. H. Do l.u Mutyr left tliis nttor-tioon lo spend llie snmmor in \S'cat-[rn Ontario. and Mfirrs are leuvlpK Hiiortly to spend the vneallon "nnur I'roelor, wliorc tlioy have tiUto'u a collage lor tl'.e fli.nimor.   * � Alias Marion MeCambly is leaving toTiiorrow to spend a Bllort time In rialgiiry and Hanft'. ' *   Alias I'edloy of Central .sehnol staCt loft this afternoon lo Hpend the holidays in Wooflstock, Ontario. .Mrs. A, .1. JnckRon and elilldren- loft thin attprnoon to ruBlti! a r\k wecli."!' vlalt at tho i.-nas't. � v  Mr. and .Mra. K. It, W'liinol, and .Mr. and Mrs, W. licmlerKon of Bow Island, wero Kuosf.s of .Mrs. .f. M, Henderson for a short time this week. JMLsses MaeKay, Uuohanan, Dunn Miss Glen AtcFx'ay of the C.P.R. tele- OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more about coffee? SEAL BRAND COFFEE and Kow to make it? How to equal America's most famous cliefs? Our tooklet "Perfect Coffee-PerfectlD? Mode", tells you. It's free. Write for it. CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL An Opportuni^' to Economize' Why pay $30.00 or $40.00 for a new suit of clothes when you can get your worn suit made to look like new, t>y,.sending it to us anci..haYing.,it. Diy CleanedilSfid Pressed. miss this opportunity. DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT PHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO. LIMITED lONE 451 p; o. BOX 477 OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9.30 CLOSED MONDAY, JULY FIRST After-Supper Specials at Rylands ROLLER TOWELS I/argo liullrr 'I'uuelK. Made from good quality of striped Turk-p^li towelHin;. .^lisurhent quality and easy to launder. All *JA I'piidy for use, Wdnli �0(.>. After Supper Sale.............. / UC LADIES' HOSE Pine ninot , D'/a and 10. After Suppep'Sale, �� i a|| |3 pairs for....................................,..----... I*UV MEN'S EXCELDA HANDKERCHIEFS (.'('iUs' A\'hife Handkerchiefs, raercerizcd' finish and faiic.y |i'')Ii)rc(l bordor. rteKu'ar IGc value. I'After Supper Sale, 3 for.................................. ZdC I CORSETS 8 .'V full iiniKc of sizes in this well made perfect fitting corset I'lho price has advniired so that this corset will sell at $1.50. 1 OP J'ull range of si^os. After Supper Sale..................... CHILDREN'S SOX Kiddies fancy cotton sox with fancy colored stripe in ussortpd colors, Not all siziss but a good assortment in 6, ti'/i and 7. llogular After Supper Sale ....................�....... CoC NEW SILK SKIRTS AND SILK HOSIERY. NEW WASH SKIRTS AND SILK SWEATEflS. YLANDS&CO. graph office U^ft the summer at N yesterday to spend ike Mrs. A. L. Gt'ggle and Allison (Juggle readied the city tlil.s afternoon from Toronto lo visit several months with Mrs, Geggle's daughter, Mrs. J. B. Wilklc. �  � Mr. II. A. N'icholson. foi'merly of the Tlorald staff here, has assumed the buslnoss manugership of "I'rtnter and Publisher." Toronto. m m m Miss Ashtou who underweut a very scTlouB operation in (ialt Hospital yesterday Is doing as well as can l.o ex-|)ectcd.    Mrs. William Gordon, wife of Trainmaster Gordon, of Letlibridge, is the guest of Mrs. Cliarics llartlny. Hartley Hlock. Mrs. Gordon will remain until Sunday when Airs. Hartley expects to loavo "for the coast to spiMul the summer at Knglirth 13ay.-Medicine Hal Times. � *  > : : ? ��   : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? > : : : : ; : : : : > > * The inombers of the Next,ot-Kin who aro tagging Alonday. will take the boxes into the office at the Veter-ana Club at 7 o'clock Alonday evening.  � * The C.G.I.T. of llie Haptlst church held their closing meeting on Thursday night. There was a letter of appreciation road lo .Vurse .Vuman for licr splendid talk on FirHt Aid that she has given the Kirls. Mr. Taylor-.SIatten will addresi WEDDINGS : ? PARNISLb-Mf.\Kl.:K. On Jimc li). al \Vc;;ley MelluMlisl I)arsonage ('Jitlicrine Uarliara .Munkcr of Ivalispcl, Montana, and William Oliver raracll of Winnifrea. Alberta, were united in niarriiigo by Rov, C. K. Cragg.  �  McKKXZIi-:-UKATO.V. At Wesley Methodist, parsonage, on Saturday, June 2:;, .MIks Christie Beaton of Winnipeg, and Mr, \VilU;iiM (Crawford AlcKenzic of thi.-i city, wero quietly united in nuuiiage, Rev. C. E. Cragg officialing. w  a nilGA- RKZ. On Friday, June '2ii. the marriage took place of Air. .lolin Buga. and Aliss lOsrhnr Rcz, both of llardipville. 'fho ceremony was iierformed al the Wesley iiarfonagc liy licv. 0. K. Cragg. I only in ;\merican newspapers and not j in any of ICurope, ( Tho achievements of the Italians. howcvr. accoi'ding to senators, wai-i iioi, minlniized. So far there is no Inforiuation to 1 confirm reports, trcnerai Alarcli said, ( that (jerman troops were heing sent to j back up the Austrians. ONTARIO BOARD Ottawa. Juno 2!�.--Thc soldier sel-1 llenient board aniiounce.s that a loan, advisory board "has been named tor j the province of Ontario, The person-; nel is as follows: Chairman. H, C. i S .;. ,;. .j ,;, .;, ,;, ... ... 6 .: .;, Tho modal contest put on by the Central W. C. T. V. last night in Wesley Hall was an unqualified success. There was not a poor number on Hie program. Several winners of honors at the" recent Calgary Alusical Festival contributed in excellent stylo, among them being Miss Vera Glanvllle. Dag-mar Sandqnist, I'higene Farrow. Phylis Whitten, and the Wesley Alale Qiuir-tet. The contestants in elocution uU won great ajiplause and reflected credit on their teacher. In the senior class Muriel Podgor won tlio silver medal by a close margin and in the junior class the judges had Mary McLeod and Helen Hamilton recite a second (inie to decide first place, the latter winning out in a witty selection '"He Never Blamed tlie Booze." The proceeds of the evening will go to help maintain a social worker In tho Ruthenlan Colony east of Kdmouton. . S. APPmiAlN BILL ABOOI READY Makes Provision for Big Aircraft Production-Exempted Neutrals Won't Get Citizenship DOMINION DAY POEM, : �  LADS OF THE MAPLE LEAF. The gallant lads of the ,Maplo Leaf Have nnsworod Britain's call; ' They'll rally round tho motherland Until the tyrant fall. I Thoy are brave n\en and strong men, ' All sprung from BrltlHh stock; They'll guard their fair Dominion, And help save our British rock. When linns advance and blood shall run 'Tls tUon our lads aro grand, Thoy fight and win with sword and In a place called "No Alan's Lanil." Many fall-'tis the'last they do- Am! are burled-afar from homo; Their graves will 'be dear to some of: 'you. : � ! � Ill iupmory for yqarg to ionie. { When at last God's kingdom reigns on, ourth. And lUa tltJit of blood Is o'er. Wfl know that our gallant lads shall fitnud ' With .triumph ,on,the golden ahofC.' ->'� - - -By D.' DeaiiB Hendersij'u.- Washington, June 2,S.-Rejection of tho fall amendment proposing exten-i fiion of the draft ago to twenty and forty years, paved tho way for passage by the senate today of tho ?12.000,-000,000 army appropriation bill. Tho appropriation bill as it stood for passage today, contains several important senate amendments. The orgiinlzation, on the same lines as tho emergency fleet corporation of the ?100,000,000 aircraft production corporation for the purpose of co-ordina'v-ion is authorized. Basing of draft quotas on the number of men in Class One, instead of upon stnto populations, also Is authorized. Noutrala who claim exemption from tlio draft shall not be eligible for United States citizenship, according to the provisions of another amendment. NSNOTSENDIflG AID TO AUSTHIANS Wnsitingloii, Juno, 2!).--;-'Sonatoi's at tho military cymnilttee m'ijoting wore told by Gonorul Mnrc)) ut th^Mr weekly ctmference that accoiints of tho largo number , of cii^ptured Austrians, for uonv* inason unknown, wero i)"lo.tC'^ What Excuse Have You For Poor Teeth? You can and do afford tho money for numerous nonessential things, yet you neglect your teeth, the health condition of which is vitally e.ssential to your health and bodily well being. A small outlay today will save you greater oxpense later on and that's sound bus inesa economy. Perhaps you have put off your visit through fear of a dental operation. Then as far as OUR practice is concerned you have no furtlier excuse. We can demonstrate lo your satisfaction that- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERtA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. ilason ^ laiHrljjaiimitrJlt ' THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA ; ' "^^ ^ Get the Artists and the ONE Instrument they Endorse No matter what gramophone you purchase you will soon be purchasing Victrola Records, because the Victrola alone has the largest number of and greatest Artists - : the Artists you will want, : So why not buy the. Vlctroln at the start? It' stand's to reason that the Victrola >wlll. play Us own records betiiu' than will another Instrument. We can offer you any Vlgtrola at lowest prices and lowest possible terms, , You should have every seloction in this choice lUt of Victor Records: i'i4Ij27-Lb, Hciar the Gentle I.ark , Gluck G418'J-Pngllacct (On With tho Play) 1: .... Martihn'elil 71557-Proch'6' Air and Variations . i .... Galll-Curcl 7l,Sli3--Avo Afinrift .... Jasclia Helfetz 7I44S-La Bonemo (Aly Nanio is MimI) ' ' ' . ... j^u\a. McCorraacU MASON ffe BALMORA G-n'si--Molhoi** M'acUr�� PISCM IJMiTED L BLOCK, LBYHBRIDGE ' *^ 20 only, Ladies' Parasols A beautiful line. Jtegular $1.7.'), Saturday �% ma NiBht............... 1.4Sf 10 Only, Parasols Very smart. Regular "l .?2.L'.-.. Saturday Night 1.1 !> 1 Bolt only of Crash Towelling A real snap. Hognlar OC' nv. Saturday Night .. COC Children's Elk Shoes In either natural or brown color. NTothlng (o heat them for wear. Sizes up to 2. o Saturday Night ...... 0�W Men's Work Boots With reinforued counters and bellows tongue. Made of genuine army leather In either black or l)rown. Sizes (i to 11. Saturday -4 aa Night ..........4.0J) LIQUID VENEER 4 oz. Bottles for . .. 25c 12 oz. Bottles for .. 50c 32 oz. Bottles for $1.00 O'Cedar Polish 13 oz. bottles for fiOo each. Ideal for furniture, pianos, aiito-mohilos, etc. 50 Watt Electric Mazda Globes Regular fiOc each. i" j*n Saturday NMght, 3 for., l�9�f A Very Smart an^ Daiiity Range of Smockt Just tho thin,g. tor the-hQlI-'ilay. Regular J2.75. O OA Saturday Night ....... Cit^U A Shirt for the Holiday MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS. Main ^ white bodies and assortpU'thtuiy collars. Slzea^ 14Va''to .i�\4;' Kogular $1.25, HI! Saturday Night........ 9 Boys' Sport Shirts Similiir lo above In slues-l^ to 14, fiegular IJI.OO. "yA '- Saturday �Night-..,'; .- lyC Peanut Brittle Regular .luc lb, Saturday Night, lb.....OVC Finest Chocolates AsBortpd flavors. Regular fiO cents lb. Saturday Night, lb.....�}�|C Tobacco Settioh � "William Pitt' Cigars. A very I'i^ie smoke. Regular :t for 25c. Saturday Night, OC_ 5 for.................. COC "Players" .Cigarettes (50 in Uu). Jlegular-75c. UC^ Saturday Night....... UDC % lb. tlns'irRci'al Mint" Cut Tobacco. Regular 9Qc, .Saturday Night ........ 80c HUDSON'S BAYCOiMPANY ;