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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRALl^ t Original First, wlio v.'os woiimb^il ami lakou prisoner at St. .liilic-n on April :;4. iniTi. and who on liis third attonii)t to o.sc.ipf. tlip lipi'l Pf tilt' Prussian war machine siiccccdod in doin.c so in romjiany with Corii. l-.'dwards of London. Out., a Prin.es.s T'at man. getting away via ^lotland and st'ttinR the basis of one of the most .urippini; stories of ihc war as told over a year apo by Corp. Kdwards in vhc Saturday Kveniiis Tost. I'te. Symonds. on liis return to Canada after his clever escape from a Jinn prison caniiL worn nortli to tbe t'cni'c River cotintry. Knler Ito went to Trail. }i.C., nnil today be is in the rity on liis way back from Trail to Northern Alberta (o eiieago in farming. Seerj by the Herald - this morning. Pte. Syiuoi-.ds did i\ot present the ap-pcanmi (> of a man who bad Koiie | tbvonsb the KrUling war experiences  which he is able to relate. I Sold (TcrTKbere. In Iwzct, Z5c. camp of tlie Him. i Made Three Attempts ' Pte. Symonds. it will be reineuiber- ! rd. made, throe attempts to csl. M. Whit-in.s-. Cobour? is about to build a new public school at u cost of SSS.lOCi, to r.-place the one destroyed by lire in Xoveniber. Saturday and Monday For three days we will offer what we have left in Jiosiery, Cotton or Lisle, at- 7 Pairs for Single Pairs, 25c This is made up mostly of Chilc|ren's and Misses' sizes in black anpl bro%vn. They \\dll all be gone Saturday night. Get yours. W. J. Nelson & Co. SHERLOCK BUOCK � COR. THIRD AVE. & SEVENTH ST. S, ~ Ujl-TUlJ-Ln. Lemon Wine FREE Made with lemons as manufactured by the Leth-bridge Brewing & Malting Co., is positively superior to any beverage on the market as a pleasant drink pn a hot day. Convince Yourself As It Will Be . Distributed Free of Charge , . At Your Grocers On Si^wday^ May 4th Lethi^ridge Brewing and Malting Company Limited [ FEiGOtERS FROM AIMS OFSOCmSl Toronto. May :i.~Great commotion ! was created at the district labor coun-I cil last nigiit by two socialist delegates who made a bitter attack on ', ! President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of Labor, who i was described by one of the speak-1 ; ers as a "fakir." j '. \ President Conn ctlled for order and i I told the offending delegate that Mr. j j Gompers must bo treated with re-1 j speci and demanded that the oCfen- j jsive epitliets be withdrawn. The So-I cialisl refused. Other delegates pro-1 i tested in vain, but the Socialist re-i fused to retract anything. WTien or-; der was restored delegate after d'ele-gate denounced the Socialists in scath-1 ing terms and described tliem as enemies to the labor movement. I Finally a unanimous vote of con-j 'fidencc in Mi: Gomp-Ji-s ivas passed. MRS. EDWARDS K ADDRESS AT Pim (From Our Own CorrsspondenU Pincher Creek, April 30.-Under the auspices of the Local Council of Women, about one hundred and fifty ot the -women of the town and district gathered at the Framac hail on- Jlon-day evening to 'enjoy the addre3,s by i Mrs. O. C. Edwards ot Macleod.: Mrs. Kdwards. who first visited Pincher Creek in June, 1!>17, to organize the L.C.O.'W., was .very heartily welcomed, everyone bjing glad to again have the pleasure of meeting one ot thei;- number who is so .thoroughly conversant with the vital needs and the path of duty that every truly Canadian woman should be following at this, the time of the greatest crisis ever known. ; Mrs.. Edwards has the distinction ot being one ot the forty women summoned to Ottan'a a short time ago-to meet in conference with the moinhers of tlie house of commons. The distinction goes still further, in so much as this having been the first time in the world's history that such a conference has been called. In reviewing the Avork ot the  conference Mrs. Edwards was pleased to, find that the women present thoroughly endorsed the decisions arrived at by the members of the conference. She was gratified to he. assured tlvat so far'as the women wUo\>vere present were concerned, she liad been perfectly correct, when she vouched for the women of. Alberta, "ttat they were ready to answer the call in any path of duty the government decides they are most fitted."  After a few moments of silent prayer, the meetilng was brought to a conclusion by Hid singing ot the national anthem. MPiANnopii; The tTieme to be tliscussed by Evangelist Fagun at the Christian Church tonight i� ouo of the greatest problems confronting the present day church. Under the suhpect "TherSIn an dCnre of DenomlnatlonallBiill'. bo AYill iliscusB some ot the problottiB.and advantages of Christian unity. The leading thinkers ot every donuniliia-tlon are giving attention to this problem. It is tho^moBt popular moiiBage' before the church today, Dpubaods there will be a good attondance to hoar this mdBsage. The Fagans will sing a duct and Mis. Fagan will also slug a solo,.;;Tlie sermon last night was' based on -'the' parable of the- rich fool. It wilg Vi stlrrins rnosaago and closed witlji a fervent appeal for allto take God into their conHiderat.lop, pr�(i glVQ..H!Di, a^ place In tbfilr Uvea. The-� ^,111 btj no Saturday Bcrviccs Ulia \i Our Greatest Sale of MEN'S WEAR OPENS TO-MORROW , ---- , ^ . , - , , WE ARE FORCED TO RAISE MONEY AND ARE SACRlHGIfiG OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S WEAR. "ECONOMY" HAS BECOME A NATIONAL "BY-WORD," AND YOU CAN PRACTICE ECO^QMY HERE AT THIS SALE. THE GOODS ARE HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE AND WILL BE HARD TO DUPLICATE THIS FALL. > VOUR OPPORTUNITY IS HERE NOW  SALE LASTS 30^DAYS AN EXTRA PAIR of $5.00 PAMTS FREE with the First F ive Suits Purchased Saturday Morning SUITS OLD ENGLISH DYES 21 Men's Biut :rge Suits. .Regular $34.60. Sale Hrice ..:................................. 18 Men's Brov.'n Serge Suits, Regular $32.00. Sale Price .... *................................ 12 Men's Grey Worsted Suits Regular $32.00. Sale Price____'................................ 9 Men's Neat Pin'Stripe Worsted Suits. Regular, $20.00 Sale Price............................ 24.50 22,50 22.00 21.00 14 Young Men's Pinchbncks. Guaranteed fast dyes, -t Q PA In grey add browns. Regular $26.50. Sale Price ... iO.�}v 17 Men's Grey and Brov^n Suits. Regular $14.00. n Sale Price.............................. lU.jll Rain Coats That You Will Like in Tweed and Plain Shells Prices range from $5.00 to $20.00 T)iese are.all flreatly reduced In pricq. DRESS SHOES Men's Neoline Soles, receding toes, black and brown. CIA Regular $8'.'50.'Sale Price ................\........ Men's Neoiltr Solet, receding toes, black and brown, m A{J Regular $7.50. Siale Price,......-. ... H:�UD . Men's Button Boots.'Black ........ Good last. Regular $8.50. Sale Price .......!................ Men's Leather' Lined Boots. Regular $8.00. Sale Price .......,............................. Men's All Leather Shoes. Regular $6.00. Sale Price i..................................... 6.45 5.45 3.45 MEN'S WORK BOOTS . BLACK AND BROWI^ Men's Heavy ftoots. All sollcT leather. Regular $6.50. m ftr Sale Price .............................------.".' ffi.OD Men's Heavy Boots. All solid leather. Regular $7.50. p i Sale Price ;,................................. 3.J Men's Hlflh Tpp Black and Brown Boots. All solid Cff .leather. ReBUJar $8,50. Sale l^rice................. 11.^9 ':MnERS' BOOTS "With S{eelirte'ei8;..'ReBUlar $5.00. Q fiC Sale Price.;.../.;................................ M�:N'S UNDERWEAR Men's Balbrlggan Combinations. Regular $2,25. | /ja Sale Price...................................... l.OU Men's Medium Weight Combinations. Regular $3.75. o |;j Sale Price ................... OcOO $2.00 pairs of ;M�n'� Gloves, Sale Prl'ce....................... 30 pairs Motor. Gauntlets, Regular $4.60. .Sale Price,J.'..,V,.^;..- ne\ Sale Price..................................... 6,1,1} Men's Dress Shirts in'neat stripoj. Regular'$3,50. n *if^  � STale Price ;....i.. r . '�; .............'.:..... tt.iwO Men's.Dres'slSihiTts In neat stripes.-Reaiibi�if',i2.25. * .mm Sale Price................X......... 1.4�> Men's Dr,ess Shirts in neat stripes and plain'Whlte,'.| ;OA t -.Regular $2.00. Sale Price-........ ........i'.. i;. l.faU Men's Dres's �shirts In plain white'.'Regular $2.50; " -t nj' Sale Price j.......,.........v.......'.........., l.vD FOR SUMMER WEAR; - 6^2 dozen Men's Heavy Work Shirts. Regular $2.25. Sale Price......................................... i .DO 18 dozen Men!s-.H,eavy Medlunt Weight Shirts." Reg-^ .aj-. ular $2.00, Sale Price.;.. ..; .?r;:-'. Jl.43f' 4^/2 doien Men'> Medium Weight'Shirts.-Re'Bular' ' |'QCf $1.85. Sale Price .................. .........l.iJD . 12 dozen Men's Medium.WeighltShliAs. Regular �% aa $1.65. Sale Price ____ ----'.................... l.Uv 3 dozen Men's Medium Weight Shirts. Regular $1.25. ' Sale Price ............1.............^ iUC ��� ..-MEMSmECK^ ' -In beautlfUT'''designs and colors. Regular $1.25'and C a  $1.00. SSIe P-nlce..:!.\-......................:.: r.'.^r.-.. vVC Sjma-'a'a above. Regular $2.00 and $1.75. . . AC Sal,.-�o:"^V; , OOC 18 dozen Men's .'Cashmere Hose. Regular 75c, '' ^ifiC � 8*lePrrce>.;;:i','./..'.-V......................;!*DC 23'do?en Mon�B''C6tton Hose. . ' - ' ''v' 1 AA S^le:Pr'lc�,.'6,yalrs for........_______.�.........'...�-,;,'.l.UU ej/jdojen'Mei^'i Cotton* Hose. Regular 35c. ', '' �,> laUtI':' Men's Overall? in stripe and.p|al>;) blue and black..i aa '��;B�8'til'ar'.W.O0. 'Sale' Price ...'.........', vV, .IwW; If MENS FELT /M7^ ' . Men's Felt Hats, in,all shades. Rejjular $3.50. 1 AA Sale Price I.......................... i.W Men's Felt Hats, In all shades. Regular $5,00. a d^, , Sal6'Price....................,0�*iO . Men's Felt Hats In all shades, Re^t^lar $3.00. 1 1 A' Sale Price............�..^......';/....;. .-j.' 1.1 W-: Men's Panama Hats. Regular $5,50. ' i 9 >l C Sale Price ............,,,..�.......'..,............ 0.4�) .! Men's Straw Hato, neat for summer wear. Regular | t A'' $1.75. Sale Prl(;o ........lalW"' ' Men's Caps', GolnjLat'i-. - �. . '; ' ' 65c and >,.... v?)... /.: ...v.. i% 114 Fifth Street South- fed Beside Harris Employmeni Agenipy ;