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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlHiSDAV/MAY 7. 1!)18 THE LKTHBIUDGE DAII.Y I1KI^\L1) PAGE ELEVEl 5S. I Ladies' Home Jburnal Patterns RYLANDS & CO. We Close Every Wednesday at 1.00 p.m. Seasonable Merchandise in Dependable Quality Bought Right and Moderately Priced Novelty Crepe WaisU LikUch' nuiily K(ri|)(i Crvpe lie. Cliiim Waist;;, Trimmed with whiiu Hjitlii collar und cuffs, und yearl hiiuon.s, Wc .have juHl rnccivod lliCMi by i:x-l)rcHK....... Corsets Wi' IlUn (o snll N'piiin ('()i',so(s Iwv.auHO \vc find ilicm HO Bcnsllilc In do-siRii iiiid Hliapo. Tlin Nemo dealgnors � arc Kallatlod lo produce cor.sets thiit nctunlly sorvo 11 (corset's pur-pone, iisImk comttion HciiHe methods luid'reul (nuilily tlirouKhout. $2.50 to $6.50 To ho sure, every corset win liot. Tit every figure, Thi.s is where our iiH,sisttiHCi' is liencrieial, for have carefully stuiUed every model in on^ stock to know exactly ' wlileh stylos should bo worn hy every type of figure. 8.50 White Voile Waists A fancy white voile in stripe ami chcclt design. Good fiuullty and neatly trimmed with collar and cuffs of \vhlte voile. A good waist at a mod- o AA eratp price. ... mcUv Wash Silk Waists Another new line. While wash silk wai.st.s -made with new style (dollars?; Trimmed with guip\iro laco and hem stitched down trouL ........ 5.50 n's MEN'S SHIRTS .Men's fine drcsa .shirts In neat stripes and full assortment of colors. Soft collar i "yr to match. At ..................... l.lD iMon'a Fine White Lounge Shirts in neat check with soft cutf.s. Full range ot o An, sizes. At ........................ tfMM' MEN'S OUTING SHIRTS ' llado of plain blue Chambray, collar attached. Soft cuffs which fasten with | n pearl button. All sizes............ i�J c- > : � : :� . > PERSONAU :� >> o �� o ?* c- ? o o ;\Ira. R. N. Boll, wiili li'r child-roil, arrived In the liiy morn- ing after .Tpcndltig smiiMl uionlh.s al ! Long Heach, Califonn;i, :\lr, IT. V. Moraon. former l.olh-bridge manager of Iho A. .Mmdonald ! Co,, hut now of WiiiiriM K. i, in the city a few days on lur � �  :\Ir3. .T. il. Paterson i,( ]',,v.- Inland, 11 i'( was a week end visiinj- in ilifi city, m V m Miss Ina McLeay I'-n y.'s'iT.liiy for a two months holiday ;it tlic coast, Mrs. ilamley and d:iiu;hti'r, .lean, formerly residents ni' Li'tiihriilgc, now of Forrest, Saalc, ar,. vluiKHn in I lie city, guests of Mis;; .Mri.i.;iv, Mrs. IT. W. Carluri'hi, of l.ewis-town, Mont., Is vi;-iiiii;, liPi- mother, Mr.4, JI. Schweitzer.  *  Mrs. Low, who hi! i 1k'"ii in Lelli-hridge for some tlino suiyiiu; wllh her 1 daughter, Mrs, li. II i)iili. > : > > > > * o > A number of young peo|iIe of the 1 clly arc holding a dance lontorrow | niglil for the boys who are iieio on : leave.  .  :� s that nearly killed you bol'oro, fifiys Ihls Cincinnati authority, hocunse a few drops of free-zouH applied directly on a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once and soon the corn loosens so it can b(! lifted out, root anil all, without pain. A ((itarter of-an oiitica of frooz' one costs very little at any drug Htoro, hut i.h Kufticlent to lake oft every hard or soft corn or callus. This shciuld ho tried, ns it is inox-ponslvo and is said not lo infliimo or oven Irrltiitp tho surrounding tissue or skin,-Advert. splendid opportunity, of receiving valuable information ifroin such an able InstructrcRs. Miss lloberton is a woman xiosaosslng long and diversified experience In .neculecratt and wo trust tiie women of Bow Island will voice tholr appreciation of her endcai'or.s in tholr behalf by attending on masse. ;\Ir3. .Tno. Hushworlh has purcha.-i-ed tho residence o� Mrs. F. Sutton, i3ow avenue. Tho Hratton stables have been disposed of to Wr. .Jno. .Martin who will iiBsumo managership Immeaiately. Mr. Slum, of Grassy Lake, ,!iaB purchased thu farm ol' .Mr. ,10. FotiUii, south east ot the town. Passes Exams. Tho many friondn In this district ef Miss Zona Schonert will bo pleased to louni Bho succoHsfuUy passed her normal school o.vamlnatious. She returned homo on Wodnosday from Calgary. , .Mrs. A. F. Dulmage, Ix>t'cks street, returned home from ChlcagJ on Sunday, Miss Alao Connor hsa taken a position witli tho Dominion lOxpress Company. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tionders, of Ktzikom art) receiving congratula-llons on tho hirth of a son, Saturday, May 4th. ^ Red Cross Drive. Tho big Hod Cross drivo will ho laimchod dtir.\ng the -cfMning week and officials viro confident tho residents of this iiolghborhood will ' he eager to prove their loyalty and devotion to the nation hy maintaining the high level of geiUu'oaity toward war charities they have attalneil, Tho iioeds of tho Ued Ci'oss Society nri> (�vor mnlllplylng and It is only hy (lovoting ourselves with slnglonosH (u' purjioso thitt.theso can bo made davs of real aeconiplisluuijnts. .\lr.-i,- U. T. Whitney, of Itivorsldo Ranch, was a ^uest ilu town on, Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. .F. W. S8f�)wn, LNitli-bildgo Avenue, TOtwJicd homo on I'^rlday aiiter m pleasant vook spent in OalpUT. Mr. and Mrs. iiarllng, 'FJrst Avenue, s))oht tho week end In .Modlolne Hal, , Tho synyiathy of n wido circle ot friends is extended to Mr. F. A. Carey, of Foremost, in the sad loss of his brother, Liqut. .los. M. Cai'^y, who has passed away at Victoria. At tho regular meeting of tho I.,adics' Aid of the Cnitetl Church, held on Thursday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. C. 11. Holl, First Avenue, Mrs. A. D. Uicharcl, of .the Washington .Avenue Molhodist tiburch, Medicine Hat. gave a short outline ot the activities and aims ot tho Woman's lllssinnary Society at home atul abroad. .V Bow . Island branch was organized through Mrs. Richard's eOfort and the election ' ot officers rosiiUed at folows: Presldont, Mrs. llurlhut; Hocording Secretary and Treasurer, Mis, H. Murray; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. J. G. Carson. Mrs, L, Carlson, who has sueceSH-fully undergone an operation will bo tlie auest of .Mrs. J. Oltiuist during the present week, .Mrs. .1. H. Raterson, Bow Avenue, was a week-end visitor in LothbrUtga. Mr. Gerald Dulmage loft on Friday tor Calgary. :\lr. .1. U, Agar, ot Baruwell, spent the week-ond with his tamily here. ONCONGDONClii Ottawa, May 7,-A legal tribunal will settlu the,.,right of Dr, Alfred Thompson or Pred Cnngdoh to rop-rosoiit'lho Yukon In pnrllfiinont. .After a long silt lug" ot the commlttoe this p-.orninK and when a voto was about lo be taken D. D. Mackenzie, Liberal member for t;;apo l!roto(i, moved that a report he prepared tor auhmlsBlovi to tho supreme court of Canada or to any two judges of tho Ontario suproino court. ' In inaklng Iho motion he .snltl that this was a purely logul question which tho commlttoe, as a' partisan body, should not bo asl^ed to deelfle. The vuto wan t})Vi taken ana iit, iiMk The ladies' contniittoo ot the Y. M,! C. A. swlinmiin; claese,-i liave decided i to open a swiuiming class tor ehlld- i reii under nine years of age ou the ' j condition llial ih:'y are attended hy .( llieir inotbi'i-,-; or .-tomebody )vho will ' be reaponnlble for iheni. and who can also go in the wali'r with tlie children. The foe will he Ui) cents per | month each. Tiic first class will he held Wedaosday afternoon at ;!."0. + *  .Tho Thistie Sewing Circle will niod with Mrs. A. Wilson. COS 12th SI. A,; N., on AYedm.'Hilay afternoon for Red Cross sewing. , The DaughtiM-:; and Maids ot Kng-; j land wni meet lomorroiw evening Wed-; nosday at S )),ih, sharp in the S. O. I-;,' j hall. .'Ml momhi'i's are reiiuested to at-j tend. ... The. ladies' aid of ,SI. Patrick's] church will hoK a sale of white goods j and children'.': wear on Saturday, May i l.S,.ln the building,formerly occupied | by the Royal Store. They will also' have a pantry table, at which a large, and choice assortihent of home cook-1 Ing may he iirocured. Tea will he serv-; od during tho afternoon, A special meeting of the executive ot tho Local (U)uncil of Women will be held tomorrow (Wednesday) at �! o'clock in' the Y. M. C. A. * -i" � Tho ladies' aid of the Baptist church will iii'Mit on Thursday at ll.Oti p.m.- in the idiurch. Tho regular meeting of Maple Leaf! Chapter No. 7. O.IIR, will ho held ^ this ovoiilng. Officers and members are asked to lie in tholr places promptly at eight o'clock, A most inlercsling ONhibit ot pictures was held hist.weok in tho Alex-nndni hotel by ?.ir3. do Mart who iiad on display a gro^it variety ot paintings from the real JCiiropoan masters. This most artistic, display showed all styles ot genuine art representing Dutch. Italian. Scotch. Kronqh, F.iiglish and Belgian schools, Mrs. do Hart personally sees to the haying ot these paintings and most of them have been exhibited in Europe before holiig brought to this country. Mrs. do Hart has puiiors proving their gonulnoHS. Two of them are worth particular mention, one by Van AVelzel Errenns which won golil and silver medals In Tours. France, in lOO'l and 1010, and the other, which is particularly beautiful, hy i\lr. Arthur Feudeland which iwas among a grouxi of his pictures winning a gold medal at tho Paris Rx-positioii in Iim. U. is nut often that Lothbrlilgo has the chance to see such an urti'slio display and pictures of such genuine worth. Mrs. do Hart expects toreiurp attain )u the tall. kenzio's' motion was adopted on a diviBion ot i;i to lH. Tho voto was ou party Hues with the exception that James Ilougla, only "Our Allies" WHITE QUILTS. 10-1 size. Regular ?l,8.'i. Wed. morning only ....... i.39 BARGAINS AT PRICES TO INSURE A FULL DAY'S BUSINESS IN 4 HOURS. IO'.O0. Wed- A C(\ nesday morning .... TC.DU 25 ONLY, DOOR MATS Regular up to,vl51.50. 1 � -If" Wed. morning only---- 1.19 30 ONLY, TAPESTRY RUGS size 27x54 in a dandy range ot "colorings and designs. This la a snap. Regular ?3.2a .| qq Wed. morning only .... l.alO For Wednesday Morning^ Only 7 DOZEN CUPS AND SAUCERS Regular up to 552.75 | qq dozen, for, dozen *�// These are In white and gbld, blue stripe and 'White and bhio band with white body. 18 ONLY The new "Lok-It" BRASS EXTENSION RODS. Regtilar 50e. Wednesday niorning . special........,.... 390 LADIES' GUNMETAL KID BOOTS With 7 inch tops in button style. Neat toe and curved heel, sizes 2Vz to 6. Regular $7.00. Wednesday M oq niornlne only ...... T:�to�f CHILDREN'S SANDALS Matle ot good stout calfskin.' Give splendid wear. Sizes 4 to 71/2....... $1.25 Sizes 8 to 101/2 ....... $1.50 Sizes 11 'to 2 �......... $1.65 Ladies' White Canvas Outing Pumps W'lth neat poplin how, rubber soles and heels. Kxtrn strap for each pair. May be worn with or without strap. All sizes. Wednesday | qa morning only .....,. Children's Button, Cloth Top Boots With jiatent bottoms. Good and strong, as well as netvt and dressy. Sizes 8 to 10%. Regular .f;!.25. Wed. �� qq inornlng"Special .... l�%IO hearing of the claims ot Dr. Alfred Thompson and L'red Congdon as to tholr right to reiiresent tho Yukon in paiiiaincnt. Mr. Congdon who has been hasten ing from tho Yukon to the capital and who was given until today to .arrive was present. He arrived from Dawson City yesterday after exactly three weeks of.steady triivel. The chief point at issue is tliat Mr. Congdon' idaiuis that the soldiers' vote sliould not be counted becatiso U was cast previous to nomination jlay. Mr. t^(ni^don woii on the lioiiie voie, but the J soldiers' ballots gave Dr, Tliompspii a. mii,iority of liil. The chihmittee decddod to hear Mr, Congdon fi;'st. Ho asserted that his objection to ttjo talun.g ot the sohlloi's' vote afte'r'npnitniillpn day was a valid om^ Apwt froiii' this, ho said, tho soldiers' voto had hocu^ taken In an irregular inaiiiier, Tlio .receptacles for llio taking of the vote, ho' said, woro. loft opoii for weolcs... ;;;;^,�.;!.' A discussion arose as to the right of the commlttoe to consider the man-nor iu wlilcli the vote was taken, Jlr. Congdou nniintalnod that ho should bo allowed to make spdclfic charges before tho committee. Ho desired lo show that lOS soldiers' votos had been illegally taken; that Illegal posters had been placed in the polling booths; that soldlecs haiU'.-been compRlled to vote ih .Ihgyiiresel^e ot their officers and l,hat, lolfflet's'1 had been told that conscription was the only issue, iVIr. 'I'weedie ot Calgary objected to the.'scope of tho committee Being; widened, which would neceasitiite referring tho matter back to the house. He intimated that tho oppo.sttlon had recently received lnfoi;uuU.Ioh tropv liln' land as. to tho'Holdl6Vs'',vflWtwiiCcli it was iiroposod to iis'e before'the "committee. Mr. .lactiues Bureau thought che matter should bo settled on Its uicvUh even if it was necessary to ask tho house tor wider powers. sHon, Hugh Guthi'ia,-\chKlrnian of tlic committee, ruled tliat the order pf rot-olell^�Q lo tho coBiroU!e|; "'oiild not alUnv', conBlderattbii'i6r-'e|ttiptloii Irlog-ularltlcB. , ; � � �  ' i\Jr. Devlin movoii.,thiit' Mr. Congdon be ullowed to proceed' uuU discuss tUo alleged irregularities. Mr. Guthrie riiled, this motion out of order and Mr. Devlin appealed from the ruling. .j Mr. chairman was sustained on a Voto of i) to 7. ' Mr, Congdoii proceeded to criticize the report of the returning officer, maintaining that it contained many inaccuraoles, hii, argument being of a technical character. # -----'-� "'irV SAY BRITISH REPULSED, Coiislttntino])le. .May 5. - British troojis which have made an attftck in Palestine on tlie eastern .side ot tlio .lordaa River liavo been repulsed by the Turks, who brouftlit up reserves and caused thepvti) retreat toward the river, tlio_war,>offleo announces. The nrltishiare said to have suffered heavy losses. The' Turks are reported to bil pnrsuing the British, According' 1.0 tho announcement they captured booty the amount ot whlcU Uaii not heeu ascertalueil - 397?77 62 ;