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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TliE LCTHBHIDCiE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, Ullt ALL YOUR FALL NEEDS CAN BEST BE SUPPLffiD AT This'Grand Opening Sale offer} the golden opportunity of the entire season to the women of this city and district to flH all their wants to the best possibk v NOT ONLY FOR EXTENSIVENESS OF ASSORTMENTS, NOT ONLY FOR THE CONVENIENCES DISPLAY AND THE UNRIVALLED VARIETY OF THE NEW STOCK, BUT FOR OUTSTANDING VALUES AS WELL, THIS BIG STORE STANDS READY TO MEET YOUR NEEDS AS THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN'MET BEFORE. A thorough investigation of dept Tomorrow or Sjat .will be an education m itself, and our entire at your service whether you intend to buy or not. Many HATS Are Being Sold An. early selection of aboiil a hund red's tyles, impressing pattern hats from leading Amer- ican and Canadian style centres, awaits your approval here tomorrow -and Saturday. all i date rsr.g'iig in price from to MISS, WATSON IN CHARGE Unequalled Variety of FURS 'A splendid time -to make selections during this opening sale. Finest Rat Coat, worth at 50 inches long, 80 inch sweep, beautiful dark skins. Beautiful Matched -Sets of Wolf, Coon, Badger, Iceland Fox, Ermine, Hudson Seal, Sahle, Thibet, etc. 614 Third Aue. S. Hosiery and Gloves in Exceptional var- as good as a year ago This department has always been a hobby of ours, but we have never be- fore had such satisfying variety and such wonderful values as we are able to show this season. 0. S. SILK HOSE -......75c Wonderful value. Black, white and brown. All bis women's sizes up to 10. BOYS' AND GIRLS' RIBBED v HOSE-V-----50c and 65c As sood as last year. Colors black, while and tan.'Alt'sizes, 6 lo 10 Indies. .WOMEN'S SILK HOSE Tbe kind you have always bouglit All colors and siies. FINE LISLE HOSE-----SOc Black, white and brovvu. Ladies' sizes. WONDERFUL SHOWING SILK HOSE-----------52.00 Many now being sold in town, at Plain "and stripes. All. the new colors." VERYV SPECIAL CASHMERE Lovely tine quality. All sizes up tt> 10 Inches. cut leg. Buy it now. Staple tiept. Offers Exceptional Choice MANY THINGS HERE WERE BOUGHT MORE A YEAR AGO 'AND STOCKS THROUGHOUT, WHILE FAR MORE ATTRACTIVE, ARE FULLY AS GOOD VALUE AS WE OFFERED A YEAR AGO. Best Prints and Ginghams 30c Best Galateas 38c to 50c Embroidery Cotton, 42 inch, 45c and 50c Victoria Lawns, 32 inch 25c Finest Nainsooks 40c to 50c Finest Baby Flannel, to Cream ViyeOa Flannel Fine Curtain Scrim 25c Large White Blankets, Curtain Marquisette, 60cand75c Fine White Voile. 50c arid 75c Fine Striped Voiles.. 65c Fine White Marquisette, 75c to Large Check Beach Wash Suit- ing 75c Wide Striped Poplins.....45c Fine Swiss Spot Muslins 65c Fbe White Piques... SOc-to 90c Fige White! Gabardines, 50c Natural Embroidery Linens, 35c and 45c Our Section Attracts Unusual Interest Many who have come to look have bought liberally from these stocks, and no wonder; for we can safely say that garments of such style, such Duality and such splendid taste were never before shown in such var- iety in this city during any previous1 season. 100.00 HANDSOME CLOTH COATS. to FUR TRIMMED VELOUR COATS, to SILK UNDERSKIRIS. Plain and fancy designs at 56.50 to '.8.50 BEAUTIFUL KIMONAS of crepes, crepe rfe chine and heavy velours. 1 T 17.50 60.00 FUR -TRIMMED VELOUR AND BROAD. CLOTH SUITS. Exclusive -i nft nft 'styles. to............ iUU.UU VERY SWELL SILK SKIRTS. to.................... to SERGE.AND CHEVIOT SUITS. 25.00 17.59 PLAIN AND NOVELTY'CLOTH SKIRTS. to LOVELY' NEW WAISTS. Voiles, silks, and crept de chines.1 At W.60 to............ 10.00 Dress Goods and Silks Never 'So Pretty YOU HEAR ABOUT THE SCARCITY OF CERTAIN "LINES AND THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF GETTING OTHERS, ALL OF WHICH BUT DO NOT- FAIL TO SEE THE RESUJ-T OF'OUR SEARCH AND THE SPLENDID STOCKS WE HAVE FOR AP- PROVAL AT PRICES THE SAM.E AS WE ASKED A YEAR AGO. 52-in. SPECIAL SERGE NEW PLAID DRESS GOODS CREPE DE ,0 Always a leader with us, twelve differ- "ichc's lvlde' Very cllt colors' W lnchc3 wide. Very flue mial- cloth. Colors burgundy, taupe; green.' ily. 36-in. HEAVY POPUN SILK.........-. Ltnelj Shown In fourteen differ ent colors. Tha same clolh.os last year. BEAUTIFUL NOVELTY SILFS 30 Inches -wide. effects Iu stripes, checks and plaids SAVING; THEIR 'ART: COLLECTIONS .1. F. B. l.iveEay.Canadian -I'resi Correspondent.) Svith the Canadian France, j forjnirior actions cn-j tered Into willi a cunsolidat- ing our line, the last two days liave been relatively ou.'.the Canadian front For the'lime, being it has re- solved itself Into ;tv warfare lor posl- ilor.i- ..Tne enemy holdi in force a number of very strong points and ihe country la exceedingly .difficult. It is the old battlefield of tne Somme of 1910 from which the enemy retired in. the-spring ol 1917 to the Hinden- I burg -Its; defenses are priiii- caliy include an elab orate, trench 'system with fortified 'points of support of concrete and steel pill bos'os., i V.-. j Il.ia in .fafit a'Tery different prppo- 'ftlffori rolling.'country over great'advance of. a fortnight ago was made, net ivbrJt'cf and fwrmanect dp hare been little affecieof-, The weather has'.eroded the trench a condition nrf ground exceedingly success Inl. operation of and without 'these, any considerable infantry ad ranee can only he made with heavy loss. An apt UluatraUon of the diffi cuKiea to, lie overcome was applied yesterday brilliant action Ihe French troops in capturing SI Mard-Les-Kridf, the slronghold wfc'Ich to that date had stood, irt tfie way of an attack on Rove. Frpni the west and over-continuous hefghfs'Ote! .French .fought'their way to the sta- tion, just north of tloye and had also obtained a strong on Caesar's Camp lo the immediate west. Hoye 'ilsett lies; in the-valley of the Avre, flanked by PHe of It la no longer a city hut a pile of heaped up stones. Toe Boche iiae Been lo that, K yet has considerable strategic importance, as the pivot of tne, enemy's advanced defense In of the Sommc.. The Avre hero Is a wide, marshymorass and an at- tack on St: Marti in this valley could only be'earripj out tha various roads leading fnto tJic village and alt- lialed on' the south Bide of tlie river. Two previous bad been checked, owing to the -concrete pill boxes concealed Jrt the marabes, s The'attack, opened at two o'clock -with a concenlraled bombard- ment and sppn after troops'advanced. Fur an hour4 the liattM hung in the balance, IU western frontal attack be- Jng itp, bat at tfrc crte'ls storming jiartleft fromr .Oaesar's Camp to the north broke across the bridges on that side so6n wcrfi, (tie ilreets and dug outs. The mopping up of such a position takes a whole ay and the number of prisoners must 10 considerabler 'Hard Nut Cracked._ At the same time came the'cbeering news that another hard nut had been cracketi 'oar "raile's south o'f" Roye, Oils being Beauvralgnes' The French spirit Is marvelous. The. French soldier convinced that it isj only a matter.of months before the Boche'.Tvill be driven on to the Rhine. H was noticeable that the enemy counter battery KOrfc was weak and in- effective. concentrated hlg guns on-the inEantry and reserves, having the French" batteries alone. TliU seems to be an Indication that he lias withdrawn his heavy guns Aug. offi- cial dispatch from Switzerland made public-today cays the art collections In the museums at Cologne are to be taken .to Gassel and Brunswick, where they will .be out of.danger from allied aer- ial bombardments. 'The .German newspapers that -the art the Munich -'s'eum. be. similarly safeguarded. Aug. HHbert of "Allenlown, Pa., was shot II Says His Influence. Has Felt in Imperial Reputation Enhanced (Canadian Erea Disinlc'i from Reuters "liraltedr Lonaon, Aug f London Times, referring to the criticisms in Canada of Sir; Robert Borden, Cana- dian mln ster "Sir nouort Borden certTinb so back with a great ephtatlon dMdedly enhanced. His influence at Inc. Im- perial war cabinet has- been strong. He exert'sel it niwaya with discre- tion and selt-isstraint and succuedlng in treating with -dignity, yet, without not c eK lo speak his POLITICAL CRISIS DEVELOPS IN JAPAN and instantly killed .near Here vyesler-j undue self abnegation the lifficuU day when command of [path of a Dominion premier 'icr no N three -highwaymen a 1 truck There Is Jittle that Is showy or loaded with worth of sltk which ing about Sfr Utbert Border he was driving from Newark to Allen- -Tbe highwaymen drove; off In the truck after robbing John'Meyer; z boy iclper, of ?2. The boy ran to L'oiind Jrook, antl gave the alarm. .The ruck, with fU joad of silk Intact, was 'oaiid abandoned near Cranford. ho is rot quick to make ft-uu. jut it ij rpade up, he cho-nes the Tokio, Monday, Aug. socrated Emperor, if Ts announced officially, has sus- pended nil holiday at the Imperial .villa at Nlkko and will return to Toklo on August 21, on account of divelopmenls In the political slf- :.uation growing out of disturbances over the price of >The Genro and political leaders also will gather in Tokto. USEP COAL SAME OLD STORY Moose Jaw, Aug. Mllch- cll, eight years old, Is dead, and her mother, Mrs, J. Mitchell Is In ibe General Hospital In a crlllcal condl tion with little hone'of recovery as Ihe result of an ot coal oi which the Htlie lot had poured on the {Ire In order to hasten Hi kindling lasf night. Tie little, girl was en'relopeJ In Mames and passed away almost In- iianlly. -The clothes worn, by the Tvho.attfiropted o rescue, were coinpjeiejy burned off. RIGHT TO ORGANIZE .Washington, Aug. right of workers In arotnuniiion plants to or- ganize In trade unions or.groups and to bargain collectively through chosen rdfresenlatlveS is reeognted and al- made public today by; the-National War Labor Uoard In a between the Smith and Wesson .Company, arms manufaclur ers, and their employes at 'Springfield, JiasS. SIAiSTHElES! Aug. ftloal wta- ther tondit1on3 anJ 3n sight of thous- ands or nnxious spectators, the Que- hec bridge, one ol the world's greatest engineering feaEg, withstood ihe suit- remc teat to which it wag put ytater- when two huge trains loaded to, capacity and weighing ap- proximately fourteen million pounds, steamed, over the central span and their weight to rest on the span simultaneously. occasion to ra.i I not iu change- It llghl'.y or he- cause oppositionf gathers. This stur- dy, Is what (be IMitefi :ook for in statesmen and cvoti critics concede it lo Sir Robert. giesl majority of Canaciaiis-trust '.be pri mler to knoft' wfcal he is Ooing'st the Imperial var cabinet. The rafiilc he-re instinctively tafco hJs presence in nn excellent of the renlify value ot his work. PLANES OVER PARIS Paris, Aug. enemy airplanes flew over the suburbs of Paris this morning at 9.45 o'clock. They wcrs at great height hut were subjected to heavy fire from batteries and were.pursued by defense planes. They returned toward their fines, the north. WITHDRAW PRIVILEGE Waghfngton. ol authority herctofofo extended to collectors .of custom3 to Hccnse the exportation to C'anatla of small quan- tities of sufear, wheaLand wheat pro- duels In mall border traf- fic has been announced by war trade board. Bxportatlons'to''Canida In the future mufit he covered by an In- dlvfrfual- export Kccnse Issued by (he war (rrido_ board. HEARD Paris, Aug. sound 6f cannon firing was board cloarfy in 1'arig early today. DISINTERESTED, Aug. Ber- lin Lokal Anzelfler, a tQpy of which has been received here, that it'learni on goorf'au- thority that the Soviet govern- ment in Russia has informally de- clared Us In the former Rimlan Baftlc pro- HUNS CLAIJfc CAPTURE MANY ALLIED TANKS 'Canadian Press Dispatch front AastraHa, Is staled hero tnat the trllllary ftulhbr Illos are convlileAilf} tho formation o a tank brlgade'Yor Service It h IjnHi that men (loisesftlng ciai fts'W6chtolc3 eagerly join Berlin, Wednesday, .Aug. London) Announcement Was made in the official state- ment frcm" headquarters today that since August. 8, more than five-.hundred aElied tanks iiavt been taken or been destroy- ed on the battlefield between the Ancre and.lht Avre, TABEK (from tjic TiniDS.) Tlic annual horticultdnl llbUlon will be held under fhe auspi- ce ot the 'Taber Women's Inslilule on Friday, August 23..' Many additions tare been made to the prize list, mak- ng t more attractive than eier The egctaUfe classes particularly have been.greatly enlarged Work has' Leen'sleadily-progrcsslng on Ihe new provincial building' arid he walls have been Jusi 'about-'com- pleted roof well tinder way. On Weilncsilay evening at the Meth- odist- .church, George' Etiward" rence .of SedgewlcV, AltJ., a returned veteran and -Miss Rachel Stella Scott of Taber, vere united in marriage by iev. Thpa. Philps. -A large nunlber ot riends atlRndeil. The bride was given away by licr brolher, Mf...W, J. Scott of Calgary, a returned veteran. Th'c iride.was assisted by her slater, Mr: Oliver anfl two llllle flower girls. The groom was supported by Mr. Oliver. reception was given at tha borne ol Oliver. The: wl" reafdo at Sedgewlck, Alia EARTH TREMOR AT VICTORIA 8 C AUB slljht earth tremor was felt here at o'clock morriing.'' vibratfon was recorded at the GonzaEes Reports of the are In from dif. ferent icctions of the t6wn. Watch FrlOay's IteraW for parllc ata of Short Notice Auction WaUtlfngfon's Auction Lemon Juice For Freckles GlrUt Make beauty lotion at home for it Ww HI TRY- THIS CAKE. A f f For a cake that wilf help you carry ut Ihe food regulations, prune-, cake s capHal The ingredients are ofe up ot rje flour (hree quarlera of a up ot standard flour one and one titrd cups.of brown if com one-third cup'of butter, me-egg; half cup milk, naif pound irunes, three .teaspoons of 'baking half teaspoon each cinnamon .nd nutmeg. Wash prunes .thoroughly butler and mix utb it sugar or syrup and milk sift pices and baking powder through the lour, add prunes and beat altogether welL Bake 111 loaf in good hour. If you can trust with old fashioned "raislhs ise soiir njllk' and sotla instead of iweet milk and baking powder, allc ng about three-ouarters of a cup of he'thick, sour milk and three1 quar- ers of a teaspoon rut of soda AVatch Frida> s Herald tor partic ilars of Short' Auction Sale. Waddington's 'Squeeze tha jjufco of two lemons fnti A bottle conlafnlng three ounces o orchard white, shake-well, and yot hare 4 quarter pint of th6 hesl freckl mt Ian lotion and bcaul 41 rery'sraalt cost. Yotir grocer has the and an: drug sloro or toilet counter will suppt three ounces of for few cenls; (hln SWedlly frag rant lotion Into' Ihe face ,ticck, arm antl fiends each day and qco how frcck tfis blemishes disappear and hou clean, soft and white the becomes Vfal II la U S AIRMEN BUSY ith The American in rranco Aug (Assocnleil 1 Icau aviators bombed Flabeuvillc in the department ol Muerthe Et Mosclk scsterday afternoon and secured rain L some ot them direct onei on railway siation The lirphncs return ed sifoiy notwilhsl-irding the henj anti aircraft, flro diiccled against them i 'Cipnan Gineau aged 2C >cars suii- be a military service evader, was shut and lulled it Sudbur) a roundup ol military defaulters flia shot which stfucl. the man was i one fired bj Conslable Tougher as the rmlftary police were retJrln from the home and being subjected lo a fusllsdo of snols aimed ?t lliora by a group ot men hidden m the dark ;iess of tbe house Prof A D Clanc of He Unnersilj of Manitoba has left for Calgarv where he Mill hvesdgnte tlie system of municipal anil -provincial revenue of Albe fa Prof Clarke cipccls to go on to to make i spccui siuoy of ihe singlt lai. On bis return Prof. Clarke, fully to the" taxation commission. Are You Hesitating about Your Teeth? HAVB Joii been heallnllngm long aboul those teeth ot puling offlhnt visit la our offices baefc (rorif wh'tl you feafwlll he in not A iMfiiiul ordeal or, Uo'i'birilifnk.H is going to.cost you loo nnicli? your mind al rest on Ootli those pofnlsf. Painless methods nra, on yact science .with, us, and Our moil- craio'fees place good (Icnllslry'.wilhln your pasy. reach. When yml'learn the, cost s'ou will admit-Ka fairness. Wlm. work IsLcomplefo you will'also ail- bentiitry At We Practue It a Gnrtk Art v Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Gradi American Dentistry PHONE 363 ,0tt Blk., 4 Doori from LetDbrMge Hotel, Lethbrtfte 't LETHBRIOiE, ALBERTA CALOARY OF.FICE--115A EIGHTH AVENUE E, EDMONTON BLOCK. ;