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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRTDAT. Aimwm 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD page^thipFteen liondon. /Aug. 16.t-(Contributed to the C���dten. Press, by P. D. Smith, IMUdii" Toronto 'Newis, tnombcr of the (lolegatlon bf CanadUin newepapormou In England.)-White exftmlning 311-taln'B WOT eiMorts It waa my privilege . yestortlay to visit ono ot the largest ; anti-submarine airplane baBoa on the British coast.. 1 saw, tlie noweet and j largest seaplanes, of'soaboats as they aomotlmes are called, and had an hour's flight over tlio English Channel in one which has bombed more than one submarine. My pilot was a man wlio fta� participated In dai-lng exploits. This particular fiirplano whicli Is of an improved type, has ,, oxtraordinaif wing expansion and ' travels at an immense speed. It c�r- rlea bombs of an almost unimaginable weight and desitructlvo power. 1 Today Mr. Maoklln, of the Winnipeg � rroo Press, and myself took a trip over London In a land biplane In company with a rsolobratod English pi-lot, who was testing out4he now Liberty motors, with which this machine was equipped. Starting from an aerodrome and speeding up from 70 to 90 miles an hour, wo rapidly climbed Into the upper atmosphere. In ei^t and a bait minutes, wo travelled twelve miles as moasurod on the ground, end hung over the ihoart Of the city at an altt-tilde of 10;000 feet. �yds Park, Buckingham Palace, the parliament 'build* ings, Trafalgar Square, Nelson's mon-umimt, the Strand, St.,Raul's Catltod-ral, the Thawea and mtwalnent ob� 'Joots In aoutb London, ware plnlnlf dI�oamlble from this great elevation. From a height of noarly two miles St. l^ul's rosoinbleB a pawn on a cheas ��board, while the bridges across tho rivop'' appear to bo about the size of matches. The Imporlul capital far beneath suggested a chess board or a form In the composing room ot a printing office. � For the tetum- Journey the pilot simply shut oft his engine and we tobogganed down at 80 miles an hour. Despite the immense speed at which we travelled thero was little sensation ot rapid movement for the slmplo reason that there were no telegraph poles or other objects with which to measure the rapidity of the flight. FAVOR COMPULSORY EDUCATION, QUEBEC lyhckMVtr yoQMiMa lick headtclM* or feel  Warn attack oonriiig off by the tlmety nie of PILLS. Utf* 8*1* �f uy MmIIoIm ta tW WmU M4 etuywhcra. In b�iM,2Sc. Montreal, Aug. 16.-The Trades and Labor Coundil here, with a two third majority ot French Canadians, last night on n vote ot 52 to 25, supported a minority report of a committee in favor of national schools directly controlled by the state aud with free and compulsory education. ? RECRUITING STARTS > Calgary, Aug. 18.-^Authority * > to immediately begin recruiting > , for the Canadian expeditionary > ? win commence today with Capt. ? ? Herbert, M.C., DI.A.A.. and ? ? Q. M. G., Travers building, la ? ? charge. ? � �. DESCRIBE ATTITUDE TEG AGITATORS ASBOLSniSM Winnipeg, Aug. 16.-While organ-iced labor here Is taking a strike vote In sympathy with tho striking metal workers on account ot an injunction issued against them by the Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works fOr $100,000, the company has Issued a statement declaring that tho Injunction was the only weapon left to them for use against lawless Ihterferoriufj; that it Srevenls the metal trade workers from ver using intimidation against employes engaged to work In tho shops. The company claims that it is stlil prepared to enter into �negotIatIons iwlth tho men In regard to Increased wages. It says that tho question now Is whether the country "is In the hands of a small coterie of agitators. E. McOrath, secretary of the bureau of labor, stated that ho still hoped for a settlement of the dispute before a general strike takes place. Tho result of the strike votes will be compiled on next Wednesday. Bolshevlkism Winnipeg, Aug. 16.-The Free Press Bulletin today dIscUBses in Us editor lal columns the declsinn ot the Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council that a general strike must be called in syra pathy with the striking metal workers In Winnipeg. Tho Free Press char-hclorlzes tho decision of the Trades ^d Labor leaders as "Bolshevlkism, naked and unashamed," and calls' up on the salne and conservative element in organized labor to combat the proposal to plunge the city into tho useless discomforts of mob rule. WOMAN TEACHER IN UPPER CAN. COLLEGE Montrtfll, Aug. IG,-The board of govornors of Upper Canada College, a conservative fioys' school, has appointed as hoad of the Bolontlfic de-partme**,' 'Miss Mnry o. Tucker, of tho' St. Thomas High School staff. Sho 1� the first woman w bo a master in Uppor. Canada College since the BCttdol was fonnde rived safely at an Atlantic port^ hhe Navr Department today was informed. LD- mil IS DEAD Yesterday, August 15, the death took place ot Mury Kean, widow of the late John Koaii. Deceased was 90 years of - age and one of the oldest residents ot the city, having lived here for 33 years. Mrs. Kean came to Lethbrldgo In November 1885, to Join Mr. Kean who had arrived in Allinrta Ave years previous. Seven children survive, Mr. Dan Kean of Prince Rupert, J. W. ot Crawford Bay; Mrs. B. T. Saunders of Plncher Creek and the others are In the eastern provinces. Mrs. Kean belonged to one ot tho old United Umpire Loyalist families and was born In Toronto when it waa called Muddy Llttlo York and her proudest boast was that she waa a Canadian. The funeral will bo private. It will take place from Peiterly's parlors nl 2.30 Saturday afternoon to St. Augus-tin's church, JUv. A. E. Snow ofBclat- __ � To aid further in financing crop movements the U. S. war flnanfte corporation reduced from 6 to E per cent, the annual interest rates of short term advance* to banks to cover loans mado to farmers or merchants for markeUng wheat and other crops. ATTRACTIVE NEW GOODS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Some say this is a quiet time and that it is between seasons but you'll find it busy at Rylands, where they are showing the advance fall styles^ as fast as they arrive. Come in and look around you will find the new things first here. .^i'ii DE CHINE WAIST A new stylo Waist made with new roll collar which crosses iln front and fastens wlt^ large pearl button. Fancy cuffs and t. front trimmed with neat pearl | � g a buttons. Very special............ 11�uv GREY CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS Made from excellent quality of crepe de chine Jn grey fancy poilnt collar. Cuffs and front tucked and trimmed with fancy buttons. Very new. " A OC At................................51.60 WHITE SILK WAISTS  Bztra heavy quality of white habutal silk, mado In a now style with large full collar, fastened In front with large pearl button. Double folded cuffs. g VOILE WAIST A now style waist in voilo just arrived by express. Made iln the, now slip over stylo, fastened with buttons on both ' shoulders. ' Front and iback finished in fine tucks. Neat , new cuff. Very g pja Bpeclal .............r.............. 9�aU WHITE VOILE WAISTS This Is another attractive style, mad�* wltbi new round neck collar, hemstitched Onedge, Cuffs and front also bemstitohed. , A Tery pretty style,' J ic Af................... *tfO WHITE VOILE WAIST . MAdQ (him fine white voile with ombrold-ervd front. Collar made In n&w point style collar, front and cuffs all trimmed' with neat SiiApure 19c LADIES' HOSE SPECIAL 200 pair of Ladies' Black Lisle and Cotton Hose Iln extra good quality. Full fashioned and splendid solid black. Size 9 only. Just the thing lor present wear. Regular GOc value. Saturday Only, iilur ...... .,35c I GIRLS' MIDDY SPECIAL Girls' White Wash Middy Waists, made m neat style, good fitting and easy to launder. Sizes 6 to IS years. Regular 86c. Saturday 60c CHILDREN'S DRESS SPECIAL 60 only Oblldrcn's Wash Dresses. Made in attractive new ailp-over style, which fastens on the riioulder. Neatly embroidered on front and around edges and belt. Colors blue or tan^. Sliea 2 to 4 years. Regular $1.35. Saturday Special $1.00 CORSET SPECIAL 60 pain ot o4d corsets In several well known makes. Not man^ of a size so be here arly ;for first selection. Sices from 21 to 33. Regular values up to |4.60. Saturday Odbr,...>..... $2.25 GREY TAFFETA DRESS Pearl grey taffeta silk dress; The front embroidered, in an attractive design. Made in bolero style. Georgette crepe sleovoa, suitable tor early fall ItT.......... 26.50 . BROWN SATIN DRESS A good style in brown duchess catln, collar of white' satin, georgette crep9 sleeves. Double skirt, hand embroidered. with braid. A new fall design. At........ 35.00 POPLIN DRESS A navy blue popUn dress, made in good Btylo front and new side panels, all embroidered In pretty design with self colored braid, fancy cuff and wide a a girdle, At...................... Lt�MM BUCK TAFFETA DRESS A very .'pretty black taffeta silk dress, made In new bolero style. Neatly trimmed with georgette collar, new long cuff on sleeves, and trimmed with buttons. Em- a 4 a a broldered front. At ............ KABE CREPE A fine soft silk fabric. Very much like a crepe de chine, suitable for waists, dresses and loamtsoles, etc. In pink, white or maize. Launders well. 38 Inches wide. At. f. yara................................IsdU WASH SAtiN 36 incb tine wash satin In a svft delicate shade ot pink suitable for waists- and dress-. es; alio sptendid for lingerie. A good 4 A A wearing silk at, yard .............. a*vU FUJI SILK This is a heavy cream atlk that la used for children's dresaos, ladles'. skirts and waists and underwear. Elasy to launder and will live excellent wear. 28 ilncbei 1 |*e wide. Air........................ IsQa WINDSORtlES : Just arrived a number,of those fancy Windsor ties in the new college colors, black and white, blue an4 wtiito, red.and blaok, red and blue. Just tba thing for wear with your middy watol.. -TC^ Bach ..............lOlC RYLANDS & GO. \Tk� New Comfertere Hav� Arrived THE BUSY STORE New Voile Waitte IRST SHOWING OF NEW FALL FASHIONS. OUR BUYERS IN THE EAST SEND US AN ADVANCED COLLECTION OF THE NEW-FAVORED STYLES. Ilrst to be skown These are the in Lethbridge. The collection includes a number of suits, coals, dresses, as well as a number of waists, skirts and a few other items. Quite naturally, the showing is limited, but we must maintain our reputation for being first to show the new styles. What is more, these are practical models that are going to be worn, and desirable from every viewpoint. , Every woman desirous of viewing the favored tnodels should make it a point to come to the store at once, for these ga:rnrienls will be bought immediately women see their unusually moderate prices and smart, new lines. Champion, Aug. 13.-^Hear the children's choir In tho phampion Church next Sunday evening:' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Adams have returned after spending vacation period at Banff. The music in the church last Sunday evening, under tho superintendence of Miss Watklns, was a rare treat. The children also did splendidly. Miss Watklns, who has been visiting her parents in Champion, leaves for Femie, B.C., Wednesday, where she will take up nursing again. Children's Red Cross Day, Friday, August 23rd. Miss Rhodes, Of the Bank of Commerce staff, has recently left for Taber where she has been transferred. A.farewell dance -was given'on Miss Rhodes' behalf Wednesday evening in Campbell's Hall, MisB Mclver has recently come-to town and will take a position in th^ Bank ot Commerce. Harry McNaughton's eldest daughter waa taken sick with appendicitis Thursday afternoon. After consultation with out local physician it was deemed imperative to rush the child right to Calgary for operation at once, BO on Friday morning Auguata was operated on. We are pleased to report that the operation was successful and tho little girl Is improving nicely. Mr. W. Varren haft'.recently loft for Calgary where he has taken a position with, the Calgary New Meat Market. A tew days ago Andy Aker and Mr. Borklns wero visiting at Peterson's Place, Long Coulee, leavlngthe car standing in the yard. In the meantime Sammy McClary came along and began tampering with tho car. He start od the car, put on full flow ot gas, came to down grade, and not be ing able to handle car, ran It along side.hill and upset the car, the boy himself escaping without Injury. The car, however, was badly damaged. Sam was brought up before tho Police Magistrate In Champion Saturday, August 11th, and was duly tried. Police Magistrate Alcock, after giving the boy a sane practical talk and sound advice imposed a line of $5.00 and cost ot court,- also ordered this boy to meet the expense of car repair. Alternative, one month bard labor. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Afark and son returned last week after having spent a few weeks In Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. Polio* Maglstratis Alcock . was a busineH visitor in Carmangay Mon--day. .r'i; H Mrs.,>9l|ii|oni, on�;; of Chami(ton?i mu#c t*�j>h9rj|, Js. leaving ,t|a��a tor High SIver. A farewell party will be tiven at tlie home of Mrs. A. S. Roberta Wednesday. Red Croat Newa. Young people's Red Cross day hold at the home ot Mr*.. R. D. Smith laat Prldar * deddad aucoess. The fOllawlng wprk waa handed ilt: Mrs. r, Uoyd, 1 day ahXt, 13 hand-mm^h W Wopgty^^agii. Mrn. .0. Roberts, 12 towels, 12 Turkish face cloths; Mrs. J. Smith. 13 towels, ' 3 pair bed socks; Mrs. GUI, Sr., 12 towels; Mrs. H. Gill, II property bags; Mary Brown, 12 handkerchiefs; Mabel Smith, 7 property bags; Mrs. Gordon, 11 handkerchiefs, 6 face cloths; Rachel Smith, 1 trench cap; Mrs. Bond, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. F. Starr, 2 pyjamas, 2 towels' and 4 handkerchiefs;-Mrs. D. Chamberlain, 12 handkerchiefs; Mra. M. Standish, 100 handkerchiefs, 8 towels; Mra. P. Hardlsty, 2 ttowels, 1 day shirt; Emma Johnson, 1 face cloth; Dortha Standish, 1 face cloth; Lucille Smith, 1 trench cap; Mrs. F. Smith,-1 trench cap; Mrs. W. Puzey, 10 handkerchiefs, 18 face cloths; Mrs. F. Puzey, 4 handkerchiefs 1 day ahlrt; Mrs. G. Harper, 3 towels; Mrs. A. S. Roberts, 5 towels, 3 face cloths; Mrs. E. Smith, 1 day shirt; Mrs. Maneval, 2 operating gowns; Mrs. .V. Smith, 24 towels, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. SuttCn, 7 dressing gowns; Mrs. R. J. Starr, 2,towels; Mrs. P. Peteraon, 1 operating gown; Mrs. R; Hardlsty, 2 towels; Mlsa V. Maynard, 12 handkerchiefs; Miss O.-Smlthi 2 -pyjamas; Mrs. H. Smith, 12 handkerchiefs; Mrs. J. McDougall, 1 pyjamas, 5 towels 5 handkerchiefs; Hazel BUisson, 2 day shirts, 6 knitted face " cloths'; Mrs. Hyndman, 4 towels, 4-handkerchiefs; Mrs. V. Adams, 4 operating gowns; Mrs. Tobban, 4 pair bod aocks; Mrs. H. .Smith, 4 face cloths, 3 handlter-chiefa; Mrs. W. Ulrich, 2 pair bed socks, 1 pyjamaa; donated, 2 pair knitted socks, 10 towels, 24 handkerchiefs; total garments for week, 467, the biggest week of the year. Red' Cross goods delivered by Dan Harper this last week. . Children's Red Cross Day, Friday, August 23. ACternoon, sewing;.evening, entertainment, moving pictures by Rev. Hnddon, refreshments. Shipment ot goods to headquarters, Calgary, last week as follows: IG dressing gowns, 12 operating gowns, 117 towels, 30 knitted face cloths, 100 Turkish iface clotha, 8 pair bed aocka, 13 pair knitted socks, 8 knitted trench caps; 1 ordinary trengh cap, 433 handkerchiefs, 14 day shirts, 7 pyjamas, 61 property bags; total, 810 garments. Letter-from anotlier Champion boy overseJiB, In reference to tho Y.M.C.A.: Franco, July 11, 1918. Dear Mother-I repelVe^ your letters ot, May 5tta and 30th,-so am writ ing jrott a few lines to let you know I DROVE CROWD BACK AT POmt OF GUNS Bristol, R..I., Aug. 16.-Four thousand employes of the National India Rub-ber, Company, who returned to work yesterday after being on strike for a month, walked out today. Police were called upon to aaslst In restoring order and with drawn revolvers drove the crowds from the tnlU gates. Police and company offioiala said tho strike was ordered by Idbor leaders and that no new wage demonda had been presented. am still well and kicking as hardi aa ever. All the Y.M.C.A. branches I have ran into have been all right. As tar aa any ot them charginf 16c a cup coffee, thero it nothing to it. The only Y I know thot charges for taa or coffee, is tho one at the base and they charge 2 cents a cup. But the Y'b up the line as a rule, have hot tea or coffee-for the asking. Love to all, ED. TOBBAN. The young people's Red Cross day last Friday|ivas a decided auccess, In fact from the standpoint of garmenta it was the biggest day of the year ao far. > OF CRUISER TYPE Washington, Aug, 16.-German anb* marines, carrying out raids in Amert. can 'Waters are of the cruiser tjrpa, very probably converted merohantmeni like the Deutsohland, which made 1(wo successful trips to the United States ,' before tjiis country entered the war. They are lo^ flpeed craft with great, cruising radius, carrylni large crewa, a 5.9 inch giins and mine-laying equip* ment as well as tofpedoes. , POUR .HUSBANDS. \ Toronto, Aug, 16.-^Traversing m^nf lonif trails in- aearoh ot the tour "hu bands" Eva Bniith is alleged to sess, morality offlcors reported police court yesterday that all had learned during tho last three weeks was that the lour men yiati Boldlers overseas. Under the circumstances, Magistrate Denlson adjourned the charge of bigamy against tho man until called upon, i r -��a� 11 th�f ;