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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETUliniDGK DAILY; TUKSDAY, MAUGH 20, The Spring Giving you a selection of Corsets from the best Canadian and American Makers. Over 1500 pairs of Corsets now in Stock, Assuring Correct Models, a Perfect Fit and Moderate Prices Some of the new La Diva A. Corsets for Spring 25 Different Models, now in slock, all at popular prices, 95c to O, 4. A. medium busl, eilibrolJory brim lop. Sktrt Iras double elastic Inscrls. 1 TC A special number. Sizes to 1'S. for 1 t v D. A. For meJlum slmlt tlRbtes. El- Ira lifsiy front slays. Skirl has vide clasUc n fn bund. Slios up 10 30. 1'rlccd ttttIV "0. i A. MATERNITY AND NURSING CORSETS. --'n sli'Vj up to 27. -NoiiTUstaule. -I Priced O. 4 A. AND t-A lacine i-orBels. All new raudels. Sizes 22 to 30. n AA 54.00. Jl.OO end fciUU "tA DIVA" CORSETS. Medal 790. A special o AA oorsot for lucilluin stout UmirES. Siie5 to 30. O.UU LA DIVA. elisllc tops. 1 7C Fine batiste.material, for slight llsuics. timid "LA DIVA" SELF ADJUSTING CORSETS__ With reducing uamls. Sizes up lo 35...... Corsets forpligh t Figures, Misses and Waists f6r the growing girls "Lightweight" cor- Girls' VVnisls. To fit girls 7 sels. Sizes AS 10 25. lo years. Yltra val- only." Eitra special ...vOC ueaL D. 4.- A GirAle wlih Childi' Waists. 3 to 7 years elastic nl top. Qp size. Heavy stitched Special at "DC coulil.............. P. C. Corset. Very llgnlly Littli Blsuty Wslsts. 3 to 10 boned Fine tattle, rubbe.- 0 j 7 nn 4Uc tere atladieil....... Redftrn Danclna Our MISSES' CORSETS. With most popular corset tor slight light honing. All sizes elastic' top A in slock. and sussetts....... Ajalr............. All Elastic Girdles. Some- Baby Bands. Tleinforceil mus- thlng real uew, n K A 'lin stays. Eilra 6.9U special or On Sale at RYLANDS' Corset Shop Warners "Kiist Proof" to Motif-Is. heBo popular priced corsots are made for medium and slight figures. The buai coining lit heights to 7 Inches high, with medium, long or short skirts. Sizes IS lo 2S. AViU-iiers "Double Skirl' to 93.00 Corsets A corset with layers of Hfiht liadste from the waist lino down. Glvlne added strength without oxlra weight. Five models in sizes to 2S. Wariiws "Stoul" Models ami Only 1 models For iho ironiBii who rioes not want a Nemo- They corue from 23 lo 3D sizes and they are guaranteed against rust and Warners "Lace Front" C'orsols to The Warner yeople have jiaiil especial attention to Ihe front lacing corset, anfl judging by our Increased sales they liavc made a success ol it. Six new for spring. to sea Ihctii. CORSET ACCESSORIES NOW IN STOCK Imitated but never equalled. The only satis- (aalory Corset for stout people N'emo Sell nciItlcliiB Corscla arhVlu a class Ijy llicm- Eelvcs. They aro itmdo for to raliito sna re- shape tUo anrtoiiicn ami al (lute suiJiiortlng 1C. Tlioro aro illfforonl mnUrls for different WOUIPII. slicrl. stout, regular Eloul, lall Elgin lareo liusl. larec trliis, etc, Lcl our corsolfere help you wldi yotii' uc.U Nemo. See the new 'Wonderlift'Models "Womlcrllfl." Nemo moans lust They support the abdominal avails nnd Internal organs. Hy a new adjustment, Ihc new Woiulerllfl can lie nwto lo (it any site or ahaiie of aliilomeii. No unsightly Lauds lo boHlfy- vvllll. Sizes to 31. Priced {6.00. Other Nemos to We have len other styles fin XOIMO coraDls lo choose from. Each ono mmlo for special purpose. Our moat numbers nro 322, 326 at and uiHt number 50G as illustrated Brassieres Priced from 50c to Hrassicres are becoming a necessity with Ihc well ilrOESoJ woman, of today. are greatly In ilc- mauj at the present time, so much so thai we nnj compelled. lo carry an. enormous atock lo satisfy our many cuatonicrs. WARNERS1 LACE TRIMMED BRAS9IERES nf Sizes to 14. Special lines Jl.OO and DC that you peed fron time to time may now be had in our ccrset department. Slays and Stefls, pair lie and 20c Corset Laces, 5 'yards long, a pair 5c lo 2Qc Sonilary Elastic' BeltE, each 75c to 50; Corset Garter Etastic, per yard ,t 25c EMBROIDERED BRASSIERES Also Allovor XcL anil lince. OOc, and D. A A. line mado from Allovcr blnifarhfilerK-'-Vlt sizes, each DDC If you do not find your particular Corset Model here, trrite gluing particulars. We have the largest stock in S. Alberta RYLANDS CO Out-of-Town Orders Promptly attended lo. We prepay charges on goods listed here. Goods exchanged if not suitable AS A CM Propose Cilj" Take Over Ground and Builriing at Purchase By Yearly Rental A proposal that Ibe city should rent the Chinool: club building for citv Lall purpoaea at a rental of per an- [lie privileg-e oi nurchasloe thc_ property any tinuj ivithic five rears at a ralualion oi has uEsa received froni (he board of JJ- reciprs of the club, and was nri at this morning's meeting of the cily council- No action was taken, as the council Is wailing for further information 23 lo Ihe arrangements which can, be made witli the Great West Loan Cct and the Merchants Bank, mortg'aseed of the property. The city Is nt, present paying J125 jper month lor the otlices be- Ins used as a cllj- hall. They are -geUier Inadequate in the opinion of the council, and there is a likelihood fliat the rent may be soon adrancc-d to 1300 per month. Mayor Hardie sars that the Chinook buildio? give 'The city 'sultabfe quarters, urbile It could be bought al a figure which :would make lln? property the cily's .at an annual rental o( S20CO per year. .The cVub aakcrt that the city-tako an option to purchase U al I32.CQO, "but the council holds that 5.34.003 or.ly Fhoald asked Uisit amount of the club indebtedness OD the pro- ipBrty, The assessed valuation of ilio proiwrty Js and the annual arc FO that the council thinks the purchasd te since tall Quarters must he firorMcd The property would he cer.iral for city hall purposes. It is opprjcUe the ''post office and ueit 10 Die court fo that if secured, FtctJca of Itn Ave. from Clh St. lo Tih Sl. troaJil become a sort or'civtc centre and the properly would appreciate value. -Further details have been lor from the directors o( the club, anc tiiese secured ir DO dc cldcd whether the city should the hulldlnf with llio option of far these. COAST JAPANESE ASK B. C. LEG-, ISLATURE FOR BALLOT. VancouYGT, B.C., March .IS. Through] their counsel. Sir CLarles Tupper, naturalized Japanese of Brit- Columbia have 'approached (he sovcrnment of British Columbia request That they be enfranchised for provincial and federal elections. There are between two and three thousand Japanese in Ihc province who irish to uecomc voters. The bur- den of their petilioa is summed up in the argument thai if Ihey are good enough to fight for British ColumWa and Canada ivhy are ihey not good enough lo role? Two hundred Van- couver Jap3nese are ai the front in France, where one of their number recently KOH the VIcLuiU Gross.'The naturalized Japanese are in a peculiar position. They have (eft Japan for good. Tbey bave no standing with the Japanese consul, who tells them that as British citizens they are no longer K. Snider, ex-M.L.A., of Ktlch' toer. preacnled an endowment to (ho Kitchener and Waterloo hospital fn the form of two debentures of tilt town c! Orlllla, YEARS' FIRE Jnsl IhlnV! That Is the ttmo through wblcb Mr. 11, C._ Buckley tndnred all the nery torture of Itching, tut ring eczema. Hts wu perfect misery until Zara- great herbal skin brought complete relltf. Mr. Bncklcf, who HTta at 151 East PorUand, Oregon, fltieen years I snf- fercd wHh eczema, ar.d I tried many so-called nothing capable of dealing trith a. ca.se like It not onlll I bad Zam-Buk recommended lo me that I began lo have hovio. This wonderful skfn heater soon brought thout a. change for thft hel- ler. As I periercrcd wUh Zam-Buk the bgro'cg Bensxiton got leii- I found Zam-Unk eoolli- tng. Ctaii-iallj- the patches of sore- ness and the Inflammation rere re- duced, ind cocjplele and. tnt. cure finally resulted. I K-onld elranglf advise all articled wllh eczema in gire a (rial. II Trill give them satlsfacllou. Taey irllj not, be disappointed." No skin disease can resist the po- led healing forces Mored up In Zaro-Bak, which is Tor eld rounds, iilcerf, lega, scalp sores, plle5, scalds, burns. CULS and all Injuries, All druggists and atorfs, or Co, ToroDlo. DOc, boi. Roberts Co. Being Urged Ip-Gel on Ground and Hasten Construction The messagt concludes as follows: 'The Bovernmcnl of which 1 form a rvrill devote all its energy to the jreparallon oi victory and -will apply tsclf to the task at repairing as ftuickly as possible the errors' of the iast, hitherto have paralyzed :bc asitirations and the self-sucrirfcc oE the Russian, people. am firmly convinced that the marvelous enthtis: ias'in which toilay animates the whole nation vrill multiply its strength, (en tinves air.l hasten hour of the final triumph of n regenerated Russia and tier valiant allies." Although tomorrow is the first ilay jl Hie river lias not yet brok- en ,up. and householders haven't liad their ahnual spring supply of mud from the citr waterworks'system. Nut they are going to experience it, for Com- missioner Grace stated this morning lhat, at the earliest. Hie filtration plant would not be ready for operation before seven or eight monlhs. -It will be the end of the year before the plant Js completed. Last night Commissioner Grace sent a personal lettergram to The Roberts Filter Co, at Philadelphia urging them o get on the ground and commence work without delay. Some cscavnllng done already, and the pile driver Is on the ground for the purpose of driving piles for the foundallons. Specifications for tho steel have been received and tenders will be called for hesc shortly. There Is a great deal of preliminary to do, ond Com- missioner Grace is urging all possible spetd in these preparations, as the shortage of labor and the difficulty of securing iviJI cause enough de- 'ays in any case. KAISER'S MAUIXKS MEET 'DKATII, NOT VICTOHV, ON TIIFJ1J f-A'1'EST Rev. H. II. Palton. of Hie Anglican Church in PrescoU, has lieen appoinltil canon of St. George's Cuthmlral. Kingston. v v AT THE "Y" ARE RESOLD Hf- Tuesday, junior gyrnnasiuni class and _s wl m. Tuesday, 7.30 I intermediate gym class and swim. Wednesday. 4.15 v gular.special junior gym class and swim. v v v v PYRAMID For Piles Trial Free Tbc Onirker Gel n Frrc Trial of rjrnmld iPic llei- tcr. It In Ion Art- For. Pelrosrarl. March a message to Russian diplomats ntroul, Xt. Millukoff, minister for forcipi-iffairs in ihc new povernmcnl, declares thai I Russia. Oninilmi or her obligations to her elorftus allies. Is rcsolred. like them, lo assure the irorM at all cost? an era o' peace on the basis of re- srrfir.l for riglit nnd ju.itlee against Prussian mililarlsm. and she will light by Ihclr side the cDromon en> cmy until the end. wllhcral anil wilhoul faltering." FREE CQUPOfi COMPANT. 1 Cf7 Biilldttiff., IilTnlly tend me a Free cample of nte Trcatntal, In plain wrapsflr, Karoo Tho photograph shows one ot'Jhc sailors "who took pnrt ihft belnj carried to h'ls IRBL reil-. (ng place'by IHitch marines. The German naval forced were badly liMlen, Ibosc vessels nol entirely limning into neutral ports where ilicy dischargrd lliclr r.argo nf tlead anil dying. "TRUCK AND TRADE" (Wiiniipng Free Prc.ss) One of Hie reasons put forward by the dircclnr of-national service for In the IJominfrm is that exports must lie enlarged (o enable borrowings to be mado for war cxjicmlihiro. fxirgc stim.i will nlso he required, lie says, to carry onAIhe figlit apainst adverelty which will cn- sito coiicliision of peace. Krom wltotti arc these borrowings lo be marie? Very lilllc consirtDrsllon Is nccdcr) to .supply the answer to lliis fin cry. Only one rnunlry Is capable of merlins these demands for capital now and in the early future. Only nnr, country la al the present moment, or la likely to be for some time after tho war, in possession ot tbc surplus from which capital can be ilrawn. The proposition really Is, therefore, that (here be more production for export to the United Riatca In order to facilitate tbc flaw of canl 1 Ibence lo Canada. The ex nor In will represent the Interest on and, In lime, the repayment of (ho capital bor- rowed. The Immediate ohjett of Os- nada, therefore, i? the encouragement of trade anil fliinuclal Intercourse with llic United Stales. Goods will have! to pass across the boundary In nuicH fnrgcr niiniitilicS than they have loforc done lo malte the cn-j nrged financial operations which are necessary, What Kill ho the cITcr-t, on llicsfc comlMgA am) CPU I goings of products and capital, of ihc tnrllT malntalncil in the face of Ihc rejected American offer? The will act as a barrier against the cxporl of HIR pro- duction jvhEch It la the holiest duly ol Canadians lo secure. The Ameri- can consumer will he discouraged fron) Canadian proiluclR Ihe addition lo tlielr prices of tbc amount of the duly paid lo (he United r.iialoms upon' them. Anil the less the value which can be sent sfiuth In any nerini! (lie (rsa will be the borrowing power of Ihc Dominion fn (lie financial marhcta of Ilic SlRtCA. If tbo "no tnick or Iradc wllh tlic Vankce.s" pviltcy wero (o bn puy in nncraUon, tho plight of would he ricpJoraMc, The economic of the Canadian people Is the value lo Ibis country oMht market ai our very doors. NO EARLY SESSION Mnich1 19. njcmbcrs of-congrnss Imvfi-been a.fl- vtEctl by Wliile lluusc omclaU that there will te no session of congress before April 1G, the Onto originally ;