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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918 THE LETHBRinCE DAILY HERALD Watch Our Windows for the New Things 84 SHEETS 200 only, good cotton sheets, hem- med ready for use. When consider the cot Ion, today you will easily see tint this Is a real bargain. 1 Jfi Saturday only, each CRASH TOWELLING GOO yards ol Barnatey .ci-ash tow- idling for selling only; 18 Inches wide and good weight. Not all lines but a wearing quality of towelling. Plain with colored borders Regular Oft- 25c3Qc- Saturday onir ivC .RIBBED HOSE About 100 pairs In the lot. We" want to clear this lino up on Sat- urday- as we have only size 9, 914 left. Flno ribbed cotton, good wear- ing quality. boys or girls wear; Regular GOc val ue Salurdaj only 63C COMFORTERS 'Not a bit loo soon tb select a tine dojrn comforter. The selection is good how. A very attractive one Made of fancy figured satin in rose, Aii4 while with.--border 'of rose satin. At NEW PLAID SILKS Just received express a shipment ot new plaid slika for dresses and skirts. These are by far, the prettiest designs Ve have shown for .some. time. Limited, quantities at each pattern 36 Inchbs o PA r at, yard PAGE ELEVEN FIRST SHOWING NEW FALL STYLED IN FABRICS GARMENTS NO MATTER 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 ANp NEVER HAVE STYLES BEEN SO USEFUL ANP SERVICEABLE. BY BUYING EARLY WE HAVE BpENABLE TO KEEP PRICES ABOUT NORMAL DON'T BUY NOW.Ypij .WILL LATER, SO MAKE YOUR SELEC- TION EARLY AND SECURE THE STYLE YOU MOST ADMIRE, f 20.00 j CORSETS 35 pairs of ladles' extra quality corsets la the Urger sizes.; These are odd must be sold to make room lor new lines coming la. Values up to n Ofi 1 Saturday ,...._...........: CORSET SPECIAL A good well mada corset that will lit all the average figures. We have all sizes in this line. Made from good quality, of material. Wall worth 12.00 pair to- eft Saturday, pair....... LADIES' MIDDY WAISTS 25 only, ladies' cotton middy waists in odd sites and styles. The balsnco ot a season's selling. Some all white, others with fancy collars. Values up to for i SATEEN COMFORTER- A very serviceable comforter in figured sateen, down filled. Well quilled and finished with border ol plain green sateen. A good looking comforter 1 C ft A LADIES' HOSE Indies' finished cotton hose. Made in full fasbioned style. A splendid stocking for wear. A litlle better weight than lisle. Wo.Hh today 45c. Saturday Special COMFORTERS coveredr-In figured de- signs in assorted colors, filled with good Well quilted and value, at 35c .....4.00 COME IN AND SEE OUR r NEW DRESSES IN SILK AND SERGE SEE OUR DISPLAY OF NEW COATS NOVELTY COAT v A novelty coat made ot fine English veluur in high waist effect and deep fancy cuffs. Collar of tine Australian opossum. A. pretty roat and warm and serviceable.'Q'A Art At BROWN VELOUR COAT This Is another very effective style made of brown valour. Novelty pockele. Collar, cuffs and pQcfceta trimmed with crushed plush. At 75.00 FUR TRIMMED .COAT CLOTH COAT Urown velour coat made with new style pleated back. Wide belt trimmed vrlth large ImUous. Collar and trimming ot black very pleasing styJe. 47.50 CLOTH COATS This Is a line of coats of which we are very proud. In colors you may have green brown, wisteria and grey. Made in pretty styles with new aide panels. And panel h vtv tr mined buttons and TWEED COATS I English Iwocd coats, lialf lined and good full fitting styles. Belted back. Collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy buttons. At i 32.50 DON'T FAIL TO SEE THESE SKIRTS They Are All Good Values TWEED SKIRT A good fall eUrt maiie ot heavy English tweed. Tho stylo !s plain but neat. A wlda slrdlo trimmed with buttons and patch fn pockels STRIPE SILK SKIRT Navy blue striped silk 'skirt The alriiio In colors ol green ami gold. MaJe in fancy 'stele "panel style in new design. Trimmed with bias fold and tassel o A At Z4.50 iPlAlD SILK SKIRT A very pleasing style in b'lue and white, plafd silk. Hade with new ovcrskirt effect cut on the bias. A wide ;girdlft trimmed with 'large j buttons. Smaller ones to match used on tha skirt. Ai 24.00 SILK SKIRTS A verj- pretty fall skirt lo Hack- anil while silk. Made with now side Iianels trimmed with tassel. Wide girdle.- A skirt (hat.can worn with, any color ot waist. At It's Always Busy at Ryland's but we are never too busy to show you the New Goods 20.00 ENGLISH TWEED SKIRT UghTcoloretl bngllsS toced skirl madd plain style! with slasb pockets. Fastened with' but- ton. Wide girdle, also, trlmroed buttons rj mf At NOVELTY SKIRT v Novelty skirt of fine English serge. Made In a full pleated -style almost' like accordion pleats. .In- verted pleat on each trim- med with tuni long rows of "small nearl buttons) n A A At _-. lo.UU SERGE SKIRT A style suitable for large fig- ures. Made With full gathered back, narrow girdle, "and pockels. Well Hinahed and made ot fine A blacK serge At SKIRT Thia -very! allradtive style Made of rose and green taf ma delicate shades plain a gatnered patch pockets At YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE NEW STALES IN OUR FALL SILK SKIRtS MILADi 4 f ON TH6 RIVER. The swooning heat of Ausuat Swinia aloiif! ibe valley's bed. Tho turn grey elra rfrqopa it lienJ, And the smoky sun above (he Jillli .Is glaring hot and red._ Along tho shrlnliing river, Wnero the salmon nets hang brown, Piles'tfio driftwood of the freshets And the naked Iog3 move down To [lift ciankng chains' and shrieking saws of tho mills above the town, Outside the 'booms of cedar, The fish-hawks drop ot r.oonj When night comes trailing np Iho hear the ghostly loon; And watch tha herons twjng their (light against the crimson moon Itoterls In Christian Science Monitor. Air and 'Mrs James Mclnlosh left Ihli week for a Irip lo Calgary, HnnU and other points. Jlr. 0. Arnotdlwas a Hsllor In N'el- son >cslorday Mri Mrs J Nlblock of Victoria, B C who has1 been Ihe'suest of her sister, Mrs. C. F. P. yealerday to visit is Calgary. i Madame Valade, of 'Ottawa, who hns been visiting her sbrolher, 1. A. lloyal, and Mrs. Royal, for, lha "past flltficn liars, lelt Snnday night for Winnipeg en to her home. Edmonton Bulletin. ,r Mr. P. J. Fulton of Illgh Rlvor Is la tho city for a few weeks. i Mrs. H.H, Johnson, A. ed early In the week from several weeks viere spent In studying singing and Ihe {caching ot ft with Rhys Mrs, Johnson will teaching 'again on 1st. Dr. C. P, P. Conybcara has relnme'd from attending the Knights of Pylhlas convention In Detroit. Mr. James Goldie vlilled for a short llnje In Tabor this week, Mr. and Mra. W. K. llulf wlio bce'n spending a hplidty'at Mr. and Mrs. R son Uklrit 4 Uw Kkvldson and trip through ling In the cits with her daughter, Mrs, Tmomas Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Gecr and little daughter are spending a holiday cai rife in the mountains Mr. pWi Mossoji baa arrived to spend .wo weeks with his wife.and family n Vancouver before, returning gary. llrs. H, Quail from Lethbrldgo also spending Iwo weeks In Van- couver. All nro gucsls of Mr. and i. A. Carlisle. 207 Elgblcenlh.stKiOt east, North' Sun. Mrs II Johnston and familj feiivc tonight for Eiko, B.C., for a holf- ilay. -Mrs. Johnston will reopen her studio on Tiiesday, Sept. 3, rt vV tohlnson has joined Mrs. Robinson p.l Proctor, B.C. Mrs H B of v it- 'r CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 4 Tlie Next Of Kin will meet in ftoo-'O Hall at 7 30 on MondayfcAenlng Ml raembcrS please attend The Flntnclal piafrlct nie6llns ol Ihe Ulhlwldge district will bo In the Unllctl on ust 2S, 4 p.m. .Kov Thomas Powell, Superintendent'-o Missions will be present and 11 Is en peeled that Rev S II Armip of Tor onto and Rev A H Johns of WOE missionary, will also lw present, anil villl address a meet ing in the chilrch at 8 The (I V A arc lioMfng a picnl. tor sofdlers wives and (tependantg a Iho Exhibition'Grounds tomorrow-ai reir leivo (rom to 3.30 from Ihs" corner ot Gait Kefreslmie.nts will be d and Ibere will bo rices for the chll- Iren. SOCIAL EVENTS The Young People's1 Bible Class of ho United church held.their regular monthly social at.the" home of their eacher, Mrs. F. King oti Wednesday evening. Tiie main fcatufc of the evening was the corn-supper diiring which several of tho members psrtlci lateij'ln a contest ;ln seeing wlio could cat the most ears' of corn, which resulted In a llo between Mr. It.- II. and Mr. Harold Gray. The rest of. Iho ercninR'Avaa sponl in play '.ng various games. QUEEN'S SILVER WEDDING SHOWER the King's Dominions. I 'believe that the gifts from good old Toronto alono numbered ind who kpovss liow Ear these -articles, made by skill- tut finsers1.and-Elven .with Ipyal.and 1 patriolic sentiments, ed? l he distribut- FOOD FLASHED FOR FEMININE FOLK sight. The subsequent reception was at Portland Place, where Sir: Arthur anil-Lady .Pearson received th'erguests. Tlio wedding, on account ot its 'roman- tic, yet. pathetic created van enormous amount ot Interest, enabled public attention to be directed to the urgent neod ot funds for what i Yvilhoul question the most aplcudid w6H in the whole jtf it re portion o'f offit la retitiOE lo the amount of ediblB'm'ea't. There is generally a difference of from three 16 seven cents per pound in the price paid weil fleshed blrtfi is compared with lean unfinished stock just off of th' packing houses and larger .produce dealers.find it necessary io to con- siderable expense to the nee C33ary premises and equtpnien'; to properly finish such poultry. The, best place lo feed porillry (s farm, nml, It it pays the packing nouses lo lake the trouble, It obviously would ae good business la do .the work, on the farm. Proper feeding and will not1 only greatly Increase the weight of the birds, but will also enhance the value of every ounce of flesh on Ihe carcass, and greatly reduce the pro poultrj, poorer has to be at whatever [irico can be ,___ the market and lie'amount'of effort put forth on the part of the seller Birds generally make tlio greatest gajii Tvhen about thre'erto four montlis of ageC and the average birds make the most economical gains during Iho first two weeks of special feeding. Chickens can be readily taught to feed by lamplight; this is a great con- Tenienco, di It'Is desirable that the time, of feeding be spaced as nearly as possible twelve hours apart. The crate system of feeding Is, much inore oconpptical apd efficient. In practising this melhSd, our;