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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1918 THE LliTHBHrnrfCi OAILY MttiHALD PAGE NINK mmmwm if i FREE REST ROOM forLadies Children airs FAIR WEEK SPECIALS AT -:RYLANDS' BUSY STORE:- After the largest and best Special Sale in our history and a huge spring season's business we find many odd lots of merchandise that we will have to shift to make room for fall merchandise. Former prices and values will not be considered in these hurry out specials. They will be marked at prices that will make a Stampede for values that will be remembered by all. These will be on sale all fair week so that our patrons from out-of-town may share in this bargain event of the year. , SILK WAISTS Anoihc'r lot of those fine Tub Silk Waists In .�l9sU, .-white, pink, malBO, nprlcot and hiackt 4,11' rtafnty now styles with Ia�'go collars. Hemautchcd collar and cuffs. Others trlhifived witU "jBtotty gulpuro laco. lUigular . $4.0Q,values'.'Pair Vyeek 9 QC WHITE VOILE WAISTS 3 dozen only, extra fino Whlto Voile �\Val9lii In fine hair Uno stripe or wide inncy stripe design.-Large collars lrinim.;d with lax- and neatly embroidered. Size 30-14. negiila- $4.00 value. 9 91* Fair Week Special ................ ifitO house dresses Ladles' Gingham House Dresses, made in neat stylo with whlto pique collars, belt and trimmed with pearl buttons. Regular $4.25. Fair Week Special......$3.75 SILK DRESSES Ladles' Taffeta Silk Dresses in pretty gingham check design in blue or brown. Two stylos neatly trimmed with buttons and plain colored silk and collar of georgette crepe. Regular $18.00. Fair Week Special.....$13.95 children's dresses YoU Get What You Want children's rompers There must bo at least IDO dresses in this lot. We have placed them all on one table. Made In a variety ot styles. Made from plain and fp.ncy ginghams. Also a few pair of rompers In the lot. Values up to $1.25. Fair Week Special ........ 80c CHILDREN'S DRESSES 150 Children's Plain and Fancy Gingham Dresses. Made in a groat variety of styles. In plain and fancy stripes and checked gingham .Sizes 2 to 10 years. Regular $2,25, for____.. $1.50 LADIES'HOSE 200 pair ot Ladles' Fine Black Lisle and Cotton Hose in excellent quality. Just the weight fpr present -wear. We bought all this firm hud. Size 9 only. Regular 65c value. Fair Week Special........49c CHILDREN'S HOSE 300 pair of excellent quality fine black ribbed Cotton Hose, suitable for larger boys and girls. They are a lot of traveller's samples and come in size 91^ only. Regular 65c. Fair Week Special........39c when jou Waimt ft Here! LADIES' BLACK HOSE 25 dozen, Ladles' Fine Black Lisle Itnae. Suitable for present wear. Splendid good black dv and full fashioned but some are slightly Imperfect. Ri-Kulur .'iOc value. Fair Week Special.................35c WHITE SILK WAISTS 40 only. Fine White Washable lliihiilai Silk Waists. Made in neat styles with large full i-oiiur. Neat fitting and well made. Sizes 3G-44. Regular $4,00 v.-ilup. Fair Week Special...............$3.25 SILK MIDDY WAISTS A splendid thing for the hot �\veatli(r, .so cool and cbm-fortable. White Wash Silk MlcTdy Wiust.s tor ladies' wear. Made .In new Norfolk style, almost like a silk Q AA coat. Come in and see them..................... 0�UU POPLIN SKIRTS Ladles' Silk Skirts in brown, raspberry and grey silk poplin." Made with wide girdle and neat patch pockets.' Trimmed with good pearl buttons. Only...................................... 100 only, Children's Gingham an/1 Light Weight Galatea Rompers. Mudo In good full style, neatly finished; also a few dresses in the lot. Sizes 1 to 0 years. Regular iip-to 85(:. Fair Wtek Special ........55c CORSETS Ladies' Corsets made in good style and a splendid fitting model. Medium low bus'. Good quality of material. All sizes, 19-2S. Regular $1.50 value. Fair Week Special .....$1.25 GIRLS'MIDDIES �25 only. Girls' Wash Middies. Made from good quality of fine Indian head. All whlto and others with fancy collar. Lace fron:. Sizes 8-12 years. Regular 90c values. Fair Week Special ... ... 65c 8.75 Special Price? cim all Wash GIRLS'MIDDIES 50 only. Children's White Pique and White Drill Middy Waists. Just the thing for the girls for fair week. Cool and comfortable  and easy to launder. Sizes 8-14 years. Regular up to $1.40. Fair Week Special ..... $1.00 COVERALL APRONS 100 only, Ladies' Large Coverall Aprons. ?lade from good quality of washable f>crcalo in small neat designs. The wholesale- price has now reached our retail price, but wo have a quantity. Regular $1.00. Fair Week Special ......: 69c HAND BAGS 15 only. Ladies' Leather Hand Bags in neat medium size, silk lined and good solid frame, nickel plated. Regular $2,0.0. ' .. ,, Rummage Sale ......... $1;50 UNDERSKIRTS lOO Black Sateen Underskirts In oxcQllent quality. Well made in good full style, with deep flounce.'Re'giilar-$1.35. 7 Rummage Sale 95c NIGHTDRESSES 75 only. Ladies' White, Cotton ^ight Dresses in good quality ot. material. Ma'de in the sUivovar style -with abort sleeve. Neatly trimmed with embroidery edging. Regular $1.50. . . - � . - Fair WeckiSpecial . .., $1.00 Bargains Every Day at the . Biasy Corner Store RYLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE :: 'BUSIER THAN EVER' Come in at and make yourself at Rylands ? BOATMAN'S 80NQ. ? (Gulf o' Georgia, B.C.) It Is sun-soaked peace that the land , folk crave. And the drowsy voice of their sheep Give men the r6ar of thq rising wave When the sou'wost harries the deep. When the salt o' the sea gets Into your blood And the throb of Its Ifeart to your brain; When the life boats lift to the living flood And you flush to the kiss of the rain. When tho groat tides fill and the sea bowl tips. And the waters run on an heap And out of the womb o� the swirling "rlpp" -Tho loan white sea wolves leap, Whon down tho valleys ot gloomy grey, And over the slant sea walls, Tho black squalls race, tho whltecapsj play And tho shrieking sea bird calls- Then njy spirit stirs and my pulses boat,' And tho long-gone years come back. Thank God, to be free from tho man-1 flUdd street. And out on tho Viking's track, CUve Phlllps-Wolley. ^  � * PERSONAL   . . . * Mrs. A. M. Moo is a visitor In tho olty from Frank, '�>,..� a. Mr. B, Bortrni|dt..\va8 a visitor In ^Kfi Cfl.'gary tor o tev days laat wo9k. Mr II 3c   Mrs. James Fleming is a giiost fqr tbo woeic with the MUhqb Hunnihnn, ' m m m Miaa Uzxte SUlrley anU Miss Maul? Gibson were � visitors at. Elko last week.   � Miss Sophronla Bonnell was a visitor at Waterton Lakes last week. �   . Mrs. B. D. Mackintosh and daughter have gone to the coast for a vacation. � * * Mrs. W. A. Buchanan and son Donald are visitors at Waterton Lakes. -   Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bletcher and family were week end .visitors at Waterton Lakes. . �   Miss Martha Van Heck returned on Saturday after spending two weeks In Klko, B.C. '    Mr. McClennan Is returning to his homo at Calgary this afternoon after visiting Mr. and Mrs, F. W. Cottam ot this city.   � Pto. R. Van Hocke arrived from Calgary Sunday morning and is visiting his parents during Stampede week. � �  Messrs. L. S. Brown, Moore and Brock were motor visitors at Waterton Lakes tor the week end.   * Miss Maislo Bowman l-3tt last week for Proctor, B.C., and Is the guest of M'B. C- W, Robinson while there.   � The many friends ot Mrs. John Macintosh, wife of Sorgt. Macintosh ot 1224 12th St. North, now with the Leth-bridge Highlanders, will bo pleased to hear that she has returned from an oxtendod visit to the old country and is now residing at 621 8th St. south. "   '  � '  > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES :> Tho Nexl-of kin hlive ca'niiellod all tllolr meetings iintil tho end ot Sup-tembor. w � � ^ All ladies tagging Cor the DdugUtoi-s ot the 'Empire at tho Stampede will procure Iholr passes and badges from a member of the committee at Mr. .Mitchell's residence. Entrantjo to groundH.) ' , .� ' Tho Dominion Reliokah Lodge, N6. 41, Mrs. Hedlund'a section, will meet In the Red Croes rooms tor sewing ill GUILT Thus Says Former Director of Krupps, Who Revealed Germany's Oiiilt Tuesday evening. All of the Rebekahs are wanted.   * Christian-W^ednesday at 8 p.m., Prayer meeting. St. Cyprian's-Tonight at 7.30. Boy Scduts and Girl Guides. Tuesday at S, Intercession service. * * * . ADVENTiST OFFICERS Lacombe, July 20.-Pastor A. J. Haysmor, of Calgary, recently transferred from the West Indian mission field, was elected president of tho Alberta conference ot Seventh-day Ad-ventists hero yesterday. Mr. P. L. Hommel of Calgary, who has held the office tor tho past tour years, was reelected secretary and treasurer. The following departmental and field secretaries were.also elected: Professor B. D. Dick of Lacombe, educational; Dr. H. A. Bondo of Calgary, medical; Mr. R. P. Mooney of Peace River, field; Mrs. M. H. Crothers ot Calgary, Sdibbath school; Mr. George Rut of Lacombe, missionary volunteer. � e * ? ? > WAR RECIPES. �> > :� > � > o � ? ? : >??-� : ? tUe.^il09li>g of It'adooril and after O. T. CKrK^On hjiaviibei:^alled In to lata i!r?iarg6''ot the affairs ot tbe morl>t�MK^ cumpiiu/, FUNERAL OF LAIE FRED BEST HELD AT (From Our Own CcrrosDondont) Cardston. July 18.-There was a good meeting of the Board of Trade at five o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the usual half holiday. In tho Gaboon Hall. Beside a large number of Hill Spring and Glenwood U.F.A. members, there was a good showing ot business men present. Mr. J. C. Gaboon was the hold over president and occupied tho chair until the election ot Mr. W. H. Steed for the. balance of 1918, the first named kindly consenting to lend all thei aid possible to the organization tain creamery, spray from the tele-as � vice-president. Mr. F. W.. Atkins ipiiono operators, wreath from .Mr. A. was elected as Treasurer and Seth H. | E. Humphries, cross, Mr. and Mrs. D. Nelson, barrister, ns secretary. The' ' next regular meeting was called tor the first Monday in August. There was a very liicld explanation on behalf of the Hill Spring .delegation of the present road conditions duo to the leasing and fencing up ot tho Blood Reservation, by Mr. W. A. �Peterson, who acted as spokesman. It was pointed out that there had been a very good road selected by the provincial government and duly surveyed. Bridges across the Belly River and across coulees had also been built, hut now those were of no aVall owing to the action of the Dominion authorities In allowing this road to bo leased and fenced, leaving no direct route available to the settlers., Tho speaker earnestly solicited the. aid of the Board of Trade tliat the people ot his district might get a suitable rond. A well worded resolution was passed, showing that tho board would do all possible and would also send a delegation If necessary to aid In this matter. There wjis a large gathering in the Tabernacle at two o'clock this afternoon, when the funeral services were hold for Mr. Best whose sad death has already been wired to Tho Herald. The L.D.S. choir, under .Mr. S. S. Newton, supplied the music and the services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Kellock of 'the ' Pre'sbyteriau Cliurch. ! . The Oddfellows mnrchod from their hall to the rosldence and escorted tlio pall bearoi's to tlia chuivih � These were Dr. V. Vi ClirlBtio,'D. G, bland, C. S. Kussell,',C. W. .Pickup,,,B. B. Cook .and Frank F.Mconer, all -brothers in this order ot tho departed, . . The invooatipn and first discourse upon the Immortallly ,of thg .soul were given by.Rey, Mr.'KBilo.qkj tol-lowed by the Ohoir and'congregation Inging "Nearer ^y .Qo.d ,,to;; TThee." Mr. Z' W., Jacbbs followed, dwelling ;�po&:.;tbe.,pQre(}naI.merits of the de-cea^f^^ and his straight forward deal-inir.n for. his company and the conse-4e5"S5i regard (tf, community for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson, bouquet, Master Reed Fallett, carnations, Jlrs. Carlson and Llla, spray. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Fletcher, spray, Mrs. A. B. Hogg, �pray, .Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Holland. The ceremonies at the grave were in charge of the Oddfellows who were present in a body. The large audience and many floral offerings bespeak the sympathy felt by the community for Mrs. Best in this, her great bereavement., Mr. K. J. Fitzer, manager for one of tlie large cabinet and fixture companies, has been preparing for the interior finishing ot the temple, as to tho woodwork especially, as his firm specializes in high class bank and store fixtures. He is now returning south, preparatory to further work upon the temple, ai It will be one ot the beat furnished buildinga ever erected in Western Canada. ^^roni the li^a stock branch of the Department of Agriculture Dr. Eadle and Dr. McPherson were li^^.tQwn With .Mr. C. 1). Tapp on Friday. The doctoV-s are looking after the stallion enrollment, branch of. the live stock branch and will -make a number of visits to various parts of the district. THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND MAJOR JACK R ^�iS CHAPTER 1.0. u. b. WILL HOLD THREE TAG DAYS DURING STAMPEDE WEEK FOR FRENCH RELIEF; SERBIAN AND MONTENEGRIN RELIEF; SOLDIERS'COMFORTS "GOD SAVE THE KING" ;