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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST IQ1S THE LETJtBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Watch Our Windows far the New Things SHEETS 200 good cotton hem med alt tot When you consider the price of cotton you will easily see that tWIa la a rear Regular f Saturday each f CRASH TOWELLING 600 yards of Banwley crash tow Celling for Saturdays selling 18 Inches wide and good Not all lines but a splendid wearing quality of Plain with colored Regular OAr Saturday only fcVV RIBBED HOSE About 100 pairs in the We want to clear this line up on Sat urday as we hare only size 9 Pine ribbed good wear ing Suitable for boys or girls 60c Saturday only COMFORTERS Not a bit too soon to select a fine down The selection is good A very attractive Made of fancy figured satin in and white border of rose At NEW PLAID SILKS Just received today by express a shipment of new plaid silks for dresses and These are by far the prettiest designs we have shown for Limited quantities of each 36 inches o yard FIRST SHOWING IN FABRICS NEW FALL STYLES GARMENTS NO MATTER WHAT YOU PAY YOULL LIKE THE QUALITY AND STYLE OF OUR NEW FALL NEVER HAVE WE SHOWN AS GREAT A VARIETY OF STYLES AND NEVER HAVE STYLES BEFN so USEFUL AND BY BUYING EARLY WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO KEEP PRICES ABOUT NORMAL IF YOU DONT BUY NOW YOU WILL SO MAKE YOUR SELEC TION EARLY AND SECURE THE STYLE YOU MOST CORSETS 35 pairs of ladles extra quality comets In the larger These are odd ptifs mnd intuit be sold to make room tor new lines coming Values up to Saturday CORSET SPECIAL A good well made corset that will fit all the average We have all sizes In this Made from good quality of Wall worth pair PA LADIES MIDDY WAISTS 25 ladles cotton middy waists In odd sizes and The balance of ft seasons Some all others with fancy Values up to for SATEEN COMFORTER A very serviceable comforter in figured down Well quilted and Mulched with border of plain green A good looking C AA LADIES HOSE Ladies cashmere finished cotton Made in full fashioned A splendid stocking for A little better weight than Worth today Saturday COMFORTERS Muslin In figured de signs in assorted filled with good Well quilted and splendid at COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW DRESSES IN SILK AND SERGE SEE OUR DISPLAY OF NEW COATS NOVELTY COAT A novelty coat made of fine English velwir in high waist effect and deep fancy Collar of fine Australian A pretty cont and warm and QA AJV BROWN VELOUR COAT This in another very effective style madn of brown Novelty cuffs and pockets trimmed with fjf AA crushed FUR TRIMMED COAT Trimmed with fine soft Jap squirrel coat of English velour in very pretty sliadt if Belt which forms high waist effectSlash Well CLOTH COAT Drown velour coat rande with new style pleated Wide belt trimmed with large Collar and trimming of black A very pleasing At CLtiTH COATS This is a line of coats of which we are very In colors you may havo wisteria and Made in pretty styles with new side And panel hack trimmed with buttons and J r A A TWEED COATS Knglish tweed half lined and good full fitting Belted Collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy DONT FAIL TO THESE SKIRTS They Are All Good Values TWEED SKIRT A good fall skirt made of heavy IDngllsh Tho style is plain hut A wide girdle trimmed with buttons and patch STRIPE SILK SKIRT Navy blue striped silk The atrte in colors ot green and Made in fancy side panel style in new Trimmed with bias fold and At PLAID SILK SKIRT A very pleasing style In Blue and white plaid Made with new oversklrt effect cut on the A wflde girdle trimmed with large pearl Smaller ones to match used on the At SILK SKIRTS A very pretty fall skirt in black and white Made with side panels trimmed with Wide A skirt that can be worn with any color of At Its Always Busy at Rylands but we are never too busy to show you the New Goods ENGLISH TWEED SKIRT Dlgtit colored English tweed skirt made in heat plaln with Fastened withbut Wide also trimmed with f At NOVELTY SKIRT Novelty skirt of fine English Made in a full pleated style almost like accordion In verted pleat on each trim med with two long rows of small pearl SERGE SKIRT A style suitable for large fig Made With full gathered narrow and Well finished and made of fine jv AA Mack At SILK SKIRT This another attractive Made of rose andgreen taf rcta silk in soft delicate A plain style with widegirdle and novelty gathered patch At YOU WILL BE WITH THE NEW STIPES OUR FALL SILK SKIRTS AUGUST ON THE The swooning heat of August Swims along the valleys The tall reeds turn and While the grey elm droops it And the smoky sun above the hilla is glaring hot and Along the shrinking Where the salmon nets hang Piles the driftwood of the And the naked logs move down To the clankng chains and shrieking saws of the mills above the Outside the booms of The fishhawks drop at noon When night comes trailing up the We hear the ghostly loon And watch the herons swing their flight against the crimson Roberts In Christian Science PERSONAL and James Mclntosh left this week or a trip to Banff and other Arnold was a visitor in Net sou Mitchell and her Miss returned on Tuesday from spending a holiday in and Mull wUu have been spending u holiday at Waterton are visiting in the and Palmer have mov ed into their new 1 Strathcooa Miss Jean Lallie was a visitor at Taber at the beginning of the Niblock of who has1 been the guest of her left yesterday to visit in Madame of who has heen visiting her and for the past fifteen left Sunday night for Winnipeg en route to her Edmonton Fulton of High River is in the city for a few return ed early in the week from where several weeks were spent in studying singing and the teaching of It with Rhys Johnson will commence teaching again on Conybeare has returned from attending the Knights of Pythias convention in Jameb Coldie vUited for a short time in Taber this and Davidson and son are taking ft Mtar trip through Robinson has joined Robinson at a Kelly of Calgary is vis iting in the city with her Tinomas and Gordon Geer and little daughter are spending a holiday camp ing in the Mossop has arrived to spend two weeks with his wife and family in Vancouver before returning toCal Quail from Lethbrldge is also spending two weeks In Van All are guests of and 207 Eighteenth street North Johnston and leave tonight for for a holi Johnston will reopen her studio on CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Next of Kin will meet in Moose Hall at on All members please The Financial District meeting of the LethUfidee district will bo In the United church on Aug ust commencing at 4 Thomai Superintendent of Missions will be present and it is ex pected that Aw up of Tor and Johns of West returned will also be and will address a meet ing in the church at 8 The ure holding a picnic for soldiers wives and dependants at the Exhibition Grounds tomorrow af res wiW leave from 2 to from the corner of Gait Refreshments will be serv ed and there will be races for the chil 4 SOCIAL EVENTS The Young Peoples Bible Class of the TJnited church held their regular monthly social at the home of their King on Wednesday The main feature of the evening was the corn supper during which several of tho partici pated in a contest in seeing who could eat the most ears of which resulted in a tiu between Johnson and Harold The rest of the evening was spent in play ing various QUEENS SILVER WEDDING SHOWER As Canada contributed so largely and so generously to the silver wed the Kings I believe that the gifts from good old Toronto alone numbered over and who knows how far these made by skill ful fingers and given with loyal and patriotic will be distribut ed FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE Are you slowing up on your food conservation program because the harvest is at handand wo have had reassuring news from Britain Just remember that the Allied Food meeting In London some passed a resolution to the effect that increased rigid and the elimination of waste of all must be Large emergency drafts may have to be sent to It is impossible to tell ynt how the harvest crops will turn We must build up reserves for all we are worth on this There is not an ounce of superfluous food in Europe and there ia actual starvation in countries which have for Her the Can1 been overrun by the We ndlan women would be delighted cannot afford to abate liur efforts a see the groat array of gifts which are testifying eloquently to the affection and loyalty felt for Queen Mary in all parts of the The gifts are at the headquarters of Queen Marys Needlework Friary James which has now 800 branches from which i In these days of war a bridal guard the showers wero These articles of forroea of officers is a fairly number and a sum of over Common trat to see a bridal fortyfive thousand dollars has been ul passing beneath an archway of so There are nearly four 8woroa UeW aloft by blinded of and pairs of alt flcers TOUBt be most This Big sorts of Burgleal and medical naj honor was accorded recently many parcels of and ai Vrltes a London correspondent of the number of games and other articles Preo press to a blinded soldier and indicative of tlio lighter side of llls at tiio wedding at Holy pital Among the individual gifts Trinity of Captain Ian specially mentioned is a beautiful praaer Light and nil 11 f diln illtl 1111 tit Hni vn A iti O 8 GENERAL quilt made by the aunt of the mayor of a lady aged The with which the Queen is are to be distributed among hospitals at home and to the Royal to and to various war as well as to pri soners of war in her little spoecj of Princess Beatrice toln Her Majesty that the of ferings had come from all parts of lite an si from every quarter of Miss Irene Gladys The gallant bridegroom was biwled in action on the Somme is now in charge of St Dunstuns aftercare His bride is the popular commandant of Dunstans and she hus worked with Sir Arthur Pearson ever since his sight The majority the guests naturally come from DMU the wonderful oasis in the desert for all men of the allied na tious who have beeu robbed their The subsequent reception was at Portland where Sir Arthur andLady Pearson received The on account of its roman yet pathetic created an enormous amount of enabled public attention to be directed to the urgent need of funds for what is without question the most splendid war work in the wfyole It is announced recent Gazette that the Queen having assumed the title and appointment ot commander Inchief of the Womens Army Auxil iary the corps will in in accordance with her Majestys bear the title of Queen Marys Army Auxiliary 4 THE FATTENING OF The profits obtained from market ing poorly unfinished chickens are so small us to be Ere quejitly Many of tho packing houses and larger produce dealers find it necessary to go to con siderable expense to the nec essary premises and equipment to properly finish such The best place to feed poultry is on the if it puys the packing houses to take the It obviously would be good business to do work on the Proper feeding and finishing will not only greatly increase the weight of the but will also enhance the value of every ounce of flesh on the and greatly reduce the pro portion ofoffftl inrelation to the amount of edibla There is generally a difference of from three to seven per pound in the price paid for wellfleshed birds as compared with lean unfinished stock just off the There is always a mtufket for prime quality while 4h poorer quality has to be sold at whatever price can be depending on the market and theamount of effort put forth on the part of the Birds generally make the greatest gain when about three to four months of age and the average birds make the economical gains during tho first two weeks of special Chickens can be readily taught to feed by lamplight this is a great con a a it desirable that the time of feeding be spaced as nearly as possible twelve hours The crate system of feeding 3 much more economical and In practising this one is liable to carefully notetha progress made by each bird and the feeding period1 of the more thrifty can often be short ened or lengthened as Also the flesh of the cratefed birds is In variably softer than that of pen fed For ampliflcaiou of the foregoing in formation apply to the Publications Department of Ottawa for Bulletin 88 of Division of Poultry of the Experiment tal Farms entitled Preparing Produce for i The new Canadian dollar bills a portrait ot Princess Patricia of Con A newspaper wag says this Is to encourage owner will hate to part with charming a pic What a man wants in the ENDS FRUIT SALT ;