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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918 THE^ LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Watch Our Windows for the New Things 8.4 sheets aOO only, good cotton ahcots, hem-mod all roftdy for use. Wl>en yo\i constdor tiio price ot cotton totla,y you will easily soe that tlVls la a real bargain. Regular $1.00. | J/| Saturday only, each ..... 1�4:V crash towelling 600 yards of BarnBley cvaHh towelling lor Saturday's BcUinB only. 18 Inches wldo and good weight. Not all lines but a splendid wearing quality of towelling. Plain with colored borders; Regular OA-25C-30C. Saturday only .... �vC ribbed hose About 100 pairs In the lot. Wo want to clear this lino up on Saturday as we have only size D, 9Vi ' left. Fine rltobed cotton, good wearing quality. Suitable for boys or girls wear. Regular BOc val- OQ_ uo. Saturday only ........ �tU\, comforters Not a bit too soon to select a fine down comforter. The selection Is good now. A very attractive one. Made of fancy figured satin in rose, and while with border of j)lain r..T:.............20.00 n^w plaid silks Just received today by express a shipment of new plaid silks for dresses and skirts. These are by far the prettiest designs we have shown for some time. Limited quantiitles of each pattern. 36 inches � g/v at, yard .......... ..... J*dU HRST SHOWING OF THE NEW FALL STYLES IN FABRICS ;pD GARMENTS no maher what you pay you'll like the quality and style of our new fall stock. never have we shown as great a variety of styles and never have styles been so useful and serviceable. by buying early we have been able to keep prices about normal. if vou don't buy now you will later, so make your selec tion early and secure the style you most admire. ? It's Always Busy at Ryland's but we are never too busy to show you the New Goods corsets IB pairs of ladies' extra quality corsets In the larger sizes. These aro odd pairs and must bo sold to make room, for new Hnos coming in. Values up to |4.60 pair. ^ OC S.aturday ................ Atild corset special . A good well made corset that will fit all the average figures. Wc havo all sizes in this line. Made from good quality of material. Wqll worth �2.00 pair to- | |-|| day. Saturday, pair....... 1*9U ladies' middy waists 25 only, ladies' cotton middy waists in odd sizes and styles. The balance of a Beason's selling. Some all white, others with fancy collars. Values up to $2.7B. - tor................. 1.95 sateen comforter A very serviceable comforter in figured sateen, down tilled. Well quilted and finiched with border of plain green sateen. A good looking comforter. j j qq ladies' hose Ludles' cashmere finished cotton hoso. Made in full fashioned style. A splendid stocking for wear. A little better weight than lisle. Worth _ today 46c. Saturday Special ...... , comforters Muslin covered, in figured dp-signs in assorted colors, filled with good clean, cotton. Well quilted and splendid value, j /�� at ...................... 4.U0 35c SEE OUR DISPLAY OF NEW COATS novelty coat A novoHy coat made of fine ISngllBh virlimr in liiKh waist eCloct and yr a a cru.sli.-d plush. At ...... ....... I O.vv fur trimmed coat TriiiiiiiRd with fine soft .Tap squirrel collar. Til,, coat of Kngiish velour in very pretty of grey. Belt which forms high waial circcl, Slusli pocUrHs. Well lined. QQ cloth coat lirii-.vii velour coat made with new style pkiateii back. Wide belt trimmed with large liimoiis. Collar and trimming ot black plusli. A vory pleasing style. gQ cloth coats Tlii.-i i.s a line of coats of whicli wo an; vriy proud. In colors you may havo green, brnwii. wisteria and grey. Made in pretty styles with new side panels. And panel back trimmed with buttons and j r; aa bell. .\t ........................ 40.Uu tweed coats KiiKlisb tweed coats, half lined and good full titling styles. Belled back. Collar of crtishfd plush and trimmed with JQ fancy buttons'. At DON'T FAIL TO SEE THESE SKIRTS They Are All Good Values tweed skirt A good fall skirt made of heavy lOngllsh tweod. Tho style is plain but neat. A wide girdle trimmed with buttons and patcli pockets.................. 6.50 stripe silk skirt Navy blue striped silk skirt. The stripe lin colors of green and gold. Made in fancy side panel stylo in new design. Trimmed with bins fold and tassel. At .................. 24.50 222 plaid silk skirt A very pleasing stylo in blue and wl)ite plaid silk. Made with now overskirt effect cut on the bias. A wtide girdle trimmed with large pearl buttons. Smaller ones to match used on the skirt. qq silk skirts A very pretty tall skirt in black and white silk. Made with new side panels trimmed with tassel. Wide girdle. A skirt that can be worn witli any color ot waist. At ................. 20.00 english tweed skirt Ilight colored English tweed skirt made in' neat, plain style, with ^ slash pockets. Fastened with- button. Wide girdle, also trimmed with buttons. �y At....................... /./D novelty skirt Novelty skirt ot fine Bnglisli serge. Made in a full pleated style almost like accordion pleats. Inverted pleat on each side, trimmed with two long rows of small r:'. ........18.00 serge skirt A style suitable for large figures. .Made With full gathered back, narrow girdle, and pockets. Well finished and made ot fine | a a a black serge. At .�....... iU.VV silk skirt This Is, another very, attractive style. Made of rose and green taf-Ata silk in soft delicate shades. A plain style with wide girdle and novelty gathered patch pockets. At............ 20.00 COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW DRESSES IN SILK AND SERGE YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE NEW STALES IN OUR FALL SILK SKIRTS wmmmm * ? ? ??>*?? ? ? ? ??�??*?>?� The swooning heat ot August Swims along tho valley's bed. Tho tall reeds turn and blacken. While the grey elm droops it head. And the smoky suu above the hills Is glaring hot and red._ Along the shrinking river, Whero the salmon nets hang brown, Piles tho driftwood of the freshetB And the naked logs move tlown To the clankng chains and shrieking saws of the mills above the town, Outside the booms of cedar. The flsh-hawks drop ut noon; When night comes trailing up tho stars. We hear the ghostly loon; And watch the herons swing their flight against the crimson tnoou. -Lloyd noberts In Christian Science Monitor. .     � PERSONAL    Mr. and Mrs. James Mcintosh left this week tor a Irlp to Calgary, Bantf and other points. * *  ' Mr. C. Arnold'was a visitor tu Nelson yestordiiy,  .  Mrs. Sjs B., Mitchell and her guoat, MlBs Files, returned on Tuesday froia npoti'ding a holiday in BaBM. *  � Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jfulf of OMiaiT, who Imve been spending u holiday at \ Waterton Lakes, are visiting In tho city. Mr. and Mrs. J. It! Palmer have moved Into their new residence, No. 1 Strathoona Court. *   Miss ,Tean Lallle was a visitor at Xaber at the beginning of the week. . � ' � � Mrs. J. Niblock of Victoria, B.C., who has' been the guest ot her sister, Mrs. C. F. P. Conyboare, left yesterday to visit In Calgary. ' * *  Madame Valade, of Ottawa, who has been visiting her brother, J. A. Hoyal, and Mrs, Uoynr, for the past fifteen days, left Sunday night for Winnipeg en route to her home.- Kdmonton Bulletin.    Mr, F. J. Fulton of High River Is In the city for a few weeks,  * .  Mrs, H. H. Johnsop, L. A. B., returned early in the week from Winnipeg, where several weeks'were spent In studying singing and the teaching ot It with Rhys Thomas. Mrs. Johnson wijl commence teaching again " on Sept. Ist. *  � Dr. C. F. P. Conyboare has returned from ottonding the Knights of Pythias convention In Detroit. Mr. Jameb Qoldie visited tor a short time In Tabor this week.  * . * Mr, and Mrs. R. lU Vavldson and son are taking % -lor trip through tb� mouulaiMk  *  Mr. O, W.: Hoblnson has joined Mrs. Robinson at Proctor, B.C. *  si Mrs. \\. Kelly ot Calgary U vi�- iting in the city with her daughter, Mrs. Tmomas Long. �   Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Goer and little daughter are spending a holiday camping in the 'mountains.  � * Mr. W. MoBsop has arrived to spend two weeks with his wife and family in Vancouver before returning toCul-gary. Mrs. R. Quail from Lethbridge Is also spending two weeks In Van-cotiver. All are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Carlisle, 207 Elghtoonth street east, North Vancouver.-Vancouver Sun. � � � * Mrs. W. H. Johnston and family leave tonight tor Elko, B.C., for a holiday. Mrs. Johnston will reopen hor studio on Tuesday, Sept. 3.  .  CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES �  � The Next Of Kin will meet in iftoose Hallnt 7:,'i0 on .Monday'evening. All members please attend.    The Financial District meeting of the Lelhlirldgo district will bo .hold In the United' church on Wednesday, August is, commencing'at 4 p.m. Rev. Tboraui Powell, Superintendent of MlBBions will bo present and It is expected that Rev. J. 11. Arnup of Toronto, and Rev.. A. K. Johns of West China,"returned missionary, will also bo present, and will address a meeting in the church at 8 p.m.  � a The b, W. V, A. are holding a picnic far soldiers wives and dependants at tho Exhibitiou Grounds tomorrow af lerjioou. SsscU-4 rbvp wI'-J leave triom 2 to 3.30 from the corner of Halt Gardens. Refrcshuients will be served and there will be races for the children. * *  SOCIAL EVENTS � � � The Young People's Bible Cla.ss of the United chui-ch held their reguliir monthly social at the home of their teacher, Mrs. F. King on Wednesday evening, Tlie main tcatur'S of tho evening was the corn supper during which several of tho .members participated In tt contest In seeing who could eat the most ears of corn, which resulted in a tiu between Mr. R. H. Johnson and Mr. Harold Gray. The rest of tho evening ivas spent in playing various games. i> �  > ; : > : : QUEEN'S SILVER .\. ? WEDDING SHOWER ? ? ? ? 'J' ? ? >  ? .j. FOOD BOARD FLASHES > ? - FOR FEMININE FOLK, ? .> .;..;. .;..;. .> .;. : ; -j. : �  . -. �> " GENERAL > > ? : < testifying eloaiiently to the affection and loyalty folt for Queen Mary In all parts ot the empire. The gifts are ut the headquarters of Queen Mary's Noodlowork Guild, Friary Court, St. James' Palace, which has now 800 branches from which tho showers wore sent. Tlieso articles In these days of war a bridal guard of honor formed ot officors is a fairly ?or?l nL tiyo?r;n, di,;,\.� ?^ "^T, common siVbctacle; but to see a brU al sn /ivn,, n'r,^ ni H T ""^m" "^�' t^ouPle passing beneath an archway of anri^ dankn 1 ?, "?,'^r!^J�"'"