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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LETHBMDQE DAILY HERALD SEEING LONDON Iflflffl to the KdltoV Toronto Kern meAner of the delegation W Cattadjin newspapermen in examining tains war efforts It was my privilege yesterday to visit one of the largest antisubmarine airplane bases on the British I nowast and largest or seaboats as they sometimes are and had an hours flight the English Chan nel In one Which has bombed more than My pilot was a man who has participated In daring This particular airplane which Is of an Improved has extraordinary wing expansion and travels at an Immense It car ries bombs of an almost unimagin able weight and destructive i Today of the Winnipeg free and myself took a trip over London In a land biplane lb Com pany with a solobrated English pi who was testing the new Li berty with which this ma chine was WMMVtr you MBMt tick cr Ma Moot attack ooarfng ward k effkyfhttlntflymeof BEECHflAfe Starting from an aerodrome and speeding 70 to 90 miles an rapidly climbed the per In eight wtd a halt we travelled twelve on the and hunt over Jwart 6f Me city at Juck IttgMBt partlamsnt Trafalgar Nelsons mon the Cathed tHe ThMMB and pMainettt IB plain If discernible from thli groat a height of nearly two fwnfa a pawn oa a cheas While the across the irive fee about the size of The Intperlal capital far beneath enggeBted a chew board or a form In the composing room of a printing not teturn Journey the pilot simply shut oft his engine and we tobogganed down at 80 miles an Despite the Immense speed at which we travelled there wag little sensation of rapid movement for the simple rea son that there were no telegraph or other objects with which to meas ure the rapidity of the FAVOR COMPULSORY QUEBEC Trades and Labor Council with a two third majority of French last night on a rote of 62 to support ed a minority report of a committee in favor of national schools directly controlled by the state and with free compulsory RECRUITING STARTS to immediately begin recruiting for the Canadian expeditionary force for service In Siberia has been received at military 4 headquarters recruiting will commence today with and Travers in 9 a DESCRIBE ATTITUDE organ Itad labor here taking a strike void in sympathy with the striking metal Workers on account of an Injunction issued against them by the Manitoba Bridge Iron Works for the company has Issued a statement declaring that the Injunction was the only weapon left to them for use ag ilnst lawless Interfered that it prevents the metal trade workers from aver using Intimidation against em ployes engaged to work in the The company claims that It still prepared to enter into with the men in regard to It says that tho question noW Is whether the country Is In the hands ofa small coterie of secretary of the bureau of stated that he still hoped for a settlement of the dispute before a general strike takes The result of the strike votes will be compiled on next Bolthevlkltm Free Press Bulletin today discusses in its editor ial columns the decision of the Winn ipeg Trades and labor Council that a general strike must be called in sym pathy with the striking metal workers In The Free Press char acterises the decision of the Trades fnd Labor leaders as naked and and calls up on the sane and conservative element in organized labor to combat the pro posal to plunge the city into the use less discomforts of mob 13 SAFE Ameri can schooner recently reported sunk by a German has ar rived safely at an Atlantic the Navy Department today waa WOMAN TEACHER IN UPPER COLLEGE iMWrd of of Upper Canada a cbriUfTattve tooyy hart ap pointed M head of the scientific de of the Woman High School She IB the fim woman to be a mas ter Canada College since the waa founded in The board found difficulty In procuring a matt leather and appointed Miss Tuclrth JPhe lady win not be resident lint will have charge of all science teaching at the OLD IS DEAD August the death took place of Mary widow of the late John Deceased was 90 years of age and one of the oldest residents of the having lived here for 33 Kean came to Lethbrldge in November to join Kean who had arrived in Alberta flvo years prev Seven children Dan Kean of Prince of Crawford Bay Saunders of Plncher Creek and the others are in the eastern belonged to one of the old United Umpire Loyalist families and waa born in Toronto when It waa called Muddy Little York and her proudest boast was that she was a The funeral will be It will take place from Fetterlys parlors at Saturday afternoon to Augus tins Snow official To aid further in financing crop movements the war finance cor poration reduced from 6 to 5 per the annual interest rates of short term advances to banks to cover loans made to farmers or merchants for marketing wheat and other ATTRACTIVE NEW GOODS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES rv Some say this is a quiet time and that it u between seasons but youTI find it busy at where they are show ing the advance fall as fast as they Come in and look around you wifl find the new thugs first I DE CHINE WAIST f 11 A new style Waist made with roll collar which crosses In front and fastens large pearl Fancy cuffs and t front trimmed with neat pearl Very special GREY CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS Made from excellent quality of crepe de chine Jn grey fancy poiint Cuffs and front tucked and trimmed with fancy but Very WHITE SILK WAISTS ffixtra heavy quality of white habutal made In a new style with large full col fastened In front with large pearl but Double folded VOILE WAIST A new style waist in voile just arrived by Made In the new slip over fastened with buttons on both Front and iback finished in flue Neat new Very special 7 WHITE VOILE WAISTS This is another attractive made with new roundneck hemstitched on Cuffs and front also A wry pretty A At WHITE VOILE WAIST from fine white voile with embroid ered Collar made new point style front and all trimmed1 wjth neat giipure New style SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY KIDDIES SOX 100 pair of travellers samples in kiddies summer BOX in plain black and All odd sizes but the values are wonderful when you consider the Regular Saturday Only 19c LADIES HOSE SPECIAL 200 pair of Ladies Black Lisle and Cot ton Hose 4n extra good Full fashion ed and splendid solid Size 9 Just the thing for present Regular 60c Saturday pair 35c GIRLS MIDDY SPECIAL Girls White Wash Middy made neat good fitting and easy to laund Sixes 6 to II Regular Saturday 60c CHILDRENS DRESS SPECIAL 50 only Childrens Wash Made in attractive new slipover which fast ens on the Neatly embroidered on front and around edges and Colors blue or SlieB t ta 4 Regular Saturday CORSET SPECIAL 60 pairs of o4d In several well known Not many of a Hze so be here early for first Sites from 81 to Regular values up to Saturday Orfy GREY TAFFETA DRESS Pearl grey taffeta silk dress The front embroid ered in an attractive de Made In bolero Georgette crepe suitable tor early fall x BROWN SATIN DRESS A good Btyle in brown duchess collar of white georgette crepe Double hand embroidered with A new fall At POPLIN DRESS A navy blue poplin made in good styte front and cew side all em broidered in pretty design with self color ed fancy cuff and wide A A BLACK TAFFETA DRESS A very black taffeta silk made in new bolero Neatly trimmed with georgette new long cuff on sleev and trimmed with broldered At KABE CREPE A fine soft silk Very much like a crepe de suitable for dresses and la white or Launders 38 inches At f WASH SATIN 36 inch fine wash satin in a daMcate shade of pink suitable tor waists and dress es also splendid for A good wearing silk FUJI SILK This IB a heavy cream silk that IB used for childrens ladles skirts and and Buy to launder and will five excellent 38 Inches f l lei WINDSOR TIES Just arrived a those fancy Windsor ties in the new college black and blue and red and red and Just the thing for wear wtth your middy RYLANDS TlM Now Comforters Haw THE BUSY STORE Voile Waists IRST SHOWING OF NEW FALL OUR BUYERS IN THE EAST SEND US AN ADVANCED COLLECTION OF THE NEW FAVORED These are tlie first to be shown in The collection includes a number of as well as a number of skirts and a few other Quite the showing is but we must maintain our reputation for being first to show the new styles What is these are prac tical models that are going to be and desir able from every Every woman desirous of viewing the favored models should make it a point to come to the store at for these garments will be bought immed iately women see their unusually moderate prices and new the childrens choir in the Champion Church next Sunday evening and Adams have re turned after spending vacation period at The music In the church last Sun day under the superinten dence of Miss was a rare The children also did splendid Miss who has been visit tog her parents in leaves for where she will take up nursing Childrens Red Oroas August Miss of the Bank of Com merce has recently left tor Taber where she has been transfer A farewell dance was given Miss Rhodes behalf Wednesday eve ning in Campbells Miss Mclver has recently to town and will take a position in the1 Bank of Harry McNaughtons eldest daugh ter was taken stck with appendicitis Thursday After consulta tion with out local physician it was deemed imperative to rush the child right to Calgary tor operation at BO oh Friday morning Augusta was operated We are pleased to report that the operation was success ful and the little girl is improving Varren left for Calgary where he has taken a position the Calgary New Meat A few ago Andy Aker and Berklns were visiting at Petersons Long leaving the car standing In the In the meantime Sammy McClary came along and be gan tampering with the He start ed the put on full flow of came to down and not be ing able to handle ran It along aide hill and upset the the boy himself escaping without The was badly Sam was brought up before the Po lice Magistrate In Champion August and waa duly Po lice Magistrate after giving the boy a Bane practical talk and sound advice Imposed a fine of and cost of ordered the boy to meet the expense of car one month hard and Mark and son returned last week after having spent a few weeks in Vancouver and Vic Police Magistrate Alcock was a builnen visitor in Carmangay Mon onei of Champions mule jBjaaying ofr High A farawell parly will be given at the home of Rob Rfd Croaa Young peoples Red Cross day held at the home of Smith jMt Friday was decided The following waa handed in l day 13 hand 12 12 Turkish face cloths 13 3 pair bed socks 12 tow els If property bags Mary 12 handkerchiefs Mabel 7 property bags 11 6 face cloths Rachel 1 trenoli cap 2 pyjamas 2 2 towels And 4 handker chiefs 12 hand kerchiefs 100 hand 8 towels 2 1 day shirt Einma 1 face cloth Dortha 1 tace cloth Lucille 1 trench cap Smith 1 trench cap 10 18 face cloths 4 handkerchiefs 1 day sulrt 3 towels 5 3 face cloths 1 day shirt 2 operating gowns 24 2 pyjamas 7 dressing gowns 1 operating gown 2 towels 12 handker chiefs Miaa Smtthi 2 pyjamas 12 handkerchiefs 1 5 towels o handkerchiefs Hazel 2 day 6 knitted face cloths 4 4handkerchiefs1 4 operating gowns 4 pair bed socks 4 face 3 handker chiefs 2 pair bed 1 pyjamas 2 pair knitted 10 24 handker chiefs total garments for the biggest week of the Red Cross goods delivered by Dan Harper this last Childrens Red Cross August moving by Shipment of goods to last week as follows 16 dressing 12 operating 117 30 knitted face 100 Turkish face 8 pair bed 13 pair knitted g knitted trench caps 1 ordinary trench 433 14 day 7 51 property bags 810 Letterfrom another Champion boy in reference to the July received your let ters of May 5tft and so am writ ing MU a lines to let you know I DROVE CROWD BACK j AT POINT DP GUNS thous and employes of the National India who returned to worH yesterday after being on strike tor a walked out J Po lice were called1 uponJ to assist in re storing order and with drawn revol vers drove the crowds from the tnlll Police and company officials said tho strike was ordered by labor leaders and that no new wage demands had been am still well and kicking as hard aa All the branches I have ran into have been all As far as any of themcharging Uc a cup there it nothing to The only Y I know that charges for tea or is the one at the base and they charge 2 cents a But the Ys up the line as a have hot tea or coffee for the Love to 1 The young peoples Red Cross Bay last a decided In fact from the standpoint of garments it was the biggest day of the year ao V f marines carrying put raids in Ameri can waters are of the cruiser very probably converted like the made jwo successful trips to the United Statea before this country entered the They are speed craft with cruising carrying large inch guns and minelaying ment as well as FOUR long trails in search of the four J Eva Smith is alleged to morality officers reported in police court yesterday that all had learned during the last three weeks was that the lour men soldiers Under the circum Magistrate Denison adjourned the charge of bigamy against the wo man until called END ;