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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta YILY PAGE NINK FREE REST ROOM for Ladies and Children airs FAIR WEEK SPECIALS AT BUSY 1 After the largest and best Special Sale in our histpry and a huge spring seasons business we find many odd lots of merchandise that we will have to shift to make room for fall Former prices and values will not be considered in these hurry out They will be marked at prices that will make a Stampede for values that will be remembered by These will be on sale all fair week so that our patrons from outoftown may share in this bargain event of the Meet Friends at Ry where all the street cars meet f 3HX WAISTS Another lotrot those fine Tub Silk Waists apricot and blnigfil flew with large col lars collar Others ftetty gulptire Rugular WHITE VOILE WAISTS 3 dozen extra fine White Voile In line hair line stripe or wide lancy stripe collars trimmed with lae and neatly Slzo Regular Pair Week Special HOUSE DRESSES Laciles Gingham House made In neat style with pique belt and trimmed with pearl Regular Fair Week SILK DRESSES Ladles Taffeta Silk Dresses In pretty gingham check design In blue or Two styles neatly trimmed with buttons and plain colored silk and collar of georgette Regular Fair Week CHILDRENS DRESSES There must be at least 150 dresses In this We have placed them all on one Made In a variety of Made from pin in and fancy Also a few pair of rompers In the Values up to Fair Week Special 80c CHILDRENS DRESSES 150 Childrens Plain and Fancy Gingham Made in a great variety of In plain and fancy stripes and checked ging ham 2 to 10 Regular LADIESHOSE 200 pair of Ladles Fine Black Lisle and Cotton Hose In excellent Just the weight fpr present We bought all this firm Size 9 Regular 65c Fair Week Special 49c CHILDRENS HOSE 300 pair of excellent quality fine black ribbed Cotton suitable for larger boys and They are a lot of travellers samples and come in size Regular Fair Week You Get What You when you Want It Here LADIES BLACK HOSE 25 Ladles Fine Black Lisle Suitable for present Splendid good black dye and full fashioned but are slightly Regular JOc Fair Week 35c WHITE SILK WAISTS 40 Fine White Washable Ilabutai Silk Made in neat styles with large full Neat flttingarid well Sizes Regular Fair Week SILK MIDDY WAISTS A splendid thing for the so cool and Cdttl White Wash Sllft Mlflay Waists or ladies Made in new Norfolk almost like a silk O Aft Come In and see OcvU POPLIN SKIRTS Ladles Silk Skirts In raspberry and grey silk Made with wide girdle and neat patch Trimmed with good pearl Special Prices OE ail Wash Dresses CHILDRENS ROMPERS 100 Childrens Gingham Light Weight Galatea Made In good full neatly finished also a fnw dresses in the Sizes 1 to 6 Regular upto Fair Week CORSETS Ladies Corsets made in good style and a splendid fitting Medium low Good quality of All Regular Fair Week Special GIRLS MIDDIES Made from good quality of fine Indian All white aflfl others withfancy Lace Sizes 812 Regular 90c t Fair Week Special 65c GIRLS MIDDIES 50 White Pique and Drill Middy Whists Just the thing for the girls for fair Cooland comfortable and easy to Sizes 814 Reg ular up to Fair Week Special COVERALL APRONS 100 Ladies Large Coverall Made from good quality of washable percale In small neat wholesaleprice has now reached our retail but we have a Regular Fair Week 69c HAND BAGS 15 Ladles Leather Hand Bags In neat medium silk lined and gdod Solid nickel Regular Rummage Sale UNDERSKIRTS xOO Black Sateen Underskirts In excellent 1 Well made in good full Rummage Side 95c NIGHTDRESSES 75 White Cotton Dresses in good quality of Made in the slipover style uhort trimmed with embroidery Regular Fair Week Special Bargains Every Day at the Busy Corner Store RYLANDS THE BUSY STORE BUSIER THAN EVER Come in and make yourself at home at Rylands iM 4 BOATMANS Gulf o It is sunsoaked peace that the land folk And the drowsy voice of their sheep Give men the rdar of the rising wave When the sowwest harries the When the salt o the sea gets into your And the throb of Us tyeart to your brain When the life boats lift to the living flood And you flush to the kiss of the When the great tides fill and the sea bowl And the waters run on an heap And out of the womb of the swirling ripe The lean sea wolves When down the valleys of gloomy And over the slant sea Tho black squalls the whltecaps play And the shrieking sea bird Then my spirit stirs and my pulses And the longgone years come Thank to be free from the man i filled And out on the Vikings Olive PERSONAL Moo Is a visitor in the olty from a visitor H for o few days aat Mr H as tron a Viult to the Salmon left last week to the summer In Fleming is a guest fqr the week with the MUtes Miss Lizzie Shirley and Mini Maul Gibson were visitors Elko last Miss Sophronia Bonnell was a vis itor at Waterton Lakes last Mackintosh and daughter have gone to the coast for a Buchanan and son Don ald are visitors at Waterton and Bletcher and family were week end at Wat erton Miss Martha Van Heck returned on Saturday after spending two weeks In McClennan Is returning to his homo at Calgary this afternoon after visiting and Cottarn of this Van Hecke arrived from Calgary Sunday morning and is visit ing his parents during Stampede Moore and Brock were motor visitors at Waterton Lakes for the week Miss Malsie Bowman l3ft nst week for and Is the gtiost of Robinson while The many friends of John Mac wife of Macintosh of 1224 12th now with the Leth bridge will be pleased to hear that she has returned from an extended visit to the old country and is now residing at 621 8th CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 9 Tho Nextof kinheve cancelled all tlleiv meetings until the end of Sep All ladles tagging the Daughters of the Umpire at the Stampede will procure their passes and badges from a member of the committee at Entrance to The nomfnion Uebokah Hedlunda will meet in the Red Cross or sewing Tuesday All of the Rebekahs are Christian Wednesday at 8 Prayer Tonight at Boy Sctiuts and Oirl Tuesday at Intercession ADVENTI8T OFFICERS July Pastor of recently trans ferred from the West Indian mission was president of tho Al berta conference of Seventhday Ad ventists here Hommel of who has held the offlco for the past four was re elected secretary and The following departmental and field sec retaries also elected Professor Dick of educational Bonde of medical Mooney of Peace field Crothers of Sabbath school George Rut of missionary WAR Brown 2 cups standard 4 cups whole wheat 1 tea spoon 1 tea spoonful baking cup nlolua 4 cups Beat ail to pour into greased pans and bake in slow oven 2 mnkes one loaf in bread pan and ono small S1EFANSSON WILL July Canadian Arctic now at Fort is planning to go on a lecture tour this fall for the bene fit of tho Red according to a tulegram received Stefonsson is in a Fort Yukon hos pital recovering front illness contract ad at Herscltct Island early this He hopes to through Nome iu August on Ills way StefeuMon has not been puUWW ainoe when heBailed from at the head of an explora tion Thus Says Former Director of Who Revealed manysOuIlt July Mail and Empire A dispatch to the Chronicle from Stockholm under date of Friday says that Dri Vyilhejm Mueh former director of the Krupps well known for his striking revelations about tlie war preparat ions of the Germans in the summer of has contributed another Very significant article to the pap er Oh Germany lies greatest blame not onlyforestalling this but also the way it hasbeen conduct can be no two opinions about und only byj admitting her guilt can Germany bring order of the present chaos threa tens tp lead her to The writer maintains throughout his article that this can only be brought about by a general awakening of liLflEAS July returned wrljs Of habeas corpus and five nd journed petitions for the issue of writs against the military authorities are for hearing before Justice the practice division of the superior court hero In the majority of the the de mandstfor the release ot the men barracks differ from those alleged in tho famous case of decided by judgment of the sup reme court on Friday Applica tions the main refer to individu als who are ot Russian and Roumanian and it is submitted that the supreme court decision does not exclvule habeas corpus proceedings in their and on behalf of men like them In as much as they are not liable for service under the military OPPOSITION OF PEP08IT8 r f f July bo at Osgoode Hall during the coming for instructions of tho court as to the disposition of gome deposited liy 62 depositors in the pojuinion Permanent Loan Com the week immediately of iu doprtk and after Ojarkipn bj4 in to take iTJiijrgeof the affairs of be FUNERAL OF LATE FRED BEST HELD From Our Own CsrrnsDondent July was a good meeting of the Board of Trade at five oclock Wednesday the usual half In the Gaboon Beslde a large number of Hill Spring and Glenwood mem there was a good showing of business men Gaboon was the hold over president and occupied the chair un til the election of Steed for balances of firat named kindly consenting to lend all the aid possible to organization Atkins was elected as Treasurer and Seth as The next regular meeting was called for the first Monday In There was a very lucid explanation on behalf of the Hill Spring tion of the present road conditions due to the leasing and fencing up of the Blood by who acted as It was pointed out that there had been a very good road selected by the pro vincial government and duly survey Bridges across the Belly River and across coulees had also been but now these were of no avail owing to the action of the Dominion authorities in allowing this road to be leased and leaving no direct route available to the The speaker earnestly solicited aid of the Board of Trade that the people of liis district might get a suitable A well worded resolution was pass showing that the board would do nil possible and would also send a delegation if necessary to aid in this There was a large gathering in the Tabernacle at two oclock this after when the funeral services were held for Best whose sad death has already been wired to The The under supplied the music and the services were conducted by the Kellock pf rthe Presbyterian The Oddfellows marched from their hall to the residence and escorted the pall bearers to tha church These were Cook Franlc all brothers iu this order of the The invocation and first discourse upon the immortality were given by fol lowed by the choir and congregation Nearer My Jacobs dwelling perSQnul merits of the ds 0D4 bis straight forward deal for his company and the conge sts regard community or his many kindly The Inimitable decree of death comes ta ue all and the great hope of the after life through Christs the sustaining thought to all believers in such trials as the present occa The Kellock stated that his further tribute to the deceased would be given at the next Sunday evening service in his own The choir sang Shall We Meet Beyond the River and the closing prayer was offered by the Some thirty autos were at the for the service and last sad ride to the local There was a profusion of and the following sent in their beauti ful tributes to the memory ot the de ceased Wreath from the Cardston wreath from the May carna Ross anchor and croia from the MasseyHarris Wo mens Chief Moun tain spray from the tele phone wreath from and and and Glen bou Master Reed Carlson and and and Ljrle Hol The ceremonies at the grave were In charge of the Oddfellows who were present in a The large aud ience and many floral offerings be speak the sympathy felt by the com munity for Best in her great i manager for one of Jhe large cabinet and fixture com has been preparing for the interior finishing of the as to the woodwork as his firm specializes in high class bank and otore He is now return ing preparatory to further work upon the ai It will be one ot the best furnished building ever erected in Western from the stock branch of the Department of Agriculture Eadie and McPherson were with Tapp oh The doctori are looking after the stallion branch the live stock branch and will make a number of visits to various parts of the THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND MAJOR JACK R CHAPTER WILL HOLD THREE TAG DAYS DURING STAMPEDE WEEK FOR FRENCH RELIEF SERBIAN AND MONTENEGRIN RELIEF SOLDIERS COMFORTS COO THE KING ;