Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE rim i.ETmmror.F. DAILY MAY IS. RYLANDS CO., THE BUSY CASH STORE Another Shipment of Silk Suits, Silk Dresses and Skirts Just Received ndioinMoi of lush ji'i'iule garments, in fad the nicest we have hail sii far this season, .jusi IUW'HT little advantage possessed by this store with Us siieeinl buying eounedum in Ihe Eusiorn style msirkets. that's IHMY in Silk ISImises. Suits, Skirts, Coats and nerk- to us niiiS is tin display as soon as shown in Ihe big mental stores. The Suits- Just ot iheui, but ihey are real clever with their wide sport collars. flaring skins aud novelty pockets. The materials are conled silk tafietu silte and fine ivool The colors are prune, claret, navy, reseda, black and navy. Priced ?25 lo The Dresses- Kirsl of all iliere arc two smart Rajah Silk Dresses. size 15, the other ?ir.e 36. Tbc styles are real clever, with new collars of Irish green nud delf blue. Pouch pockets, loose tie belts, etc. Then VTD have tour or five clever designs in navy, green, and grey taffetas. Priced from ?1S.OO to............................ The Skirts- Aboill different styles in AYasb. Skirls to stow you tomorrow in all materials and prices, from the plain repp skirt at ?1.25.', The Corduroys at 52-00 to the fancy stripe and sport designs with r AA their fancy and belts from SS.OO to................. Best Swiss Georgette Crepe 1.75 The quality of this Georgette Crepo Is sold in somr stores at Forlonately we bought this line before Ihe advancu ani ca.u ofler you ail colors. Full yard wide al a yard, Taffeta Silk Suitings at 1.95 Donneil's Kich Luslroua Taftela Silk. Heavy suit- able for suits. Colors are navy.-brown, black and Copenhagen and midnight blue. FuJ inches wide and an excellent wearins silk. Actual 52.50 value. See these new Collars of Sport Silk A small lot of real clever collirs and collar and cult Made up from those rather Elritiup designs on silk, crepa de chene and georgette crepes. Small or large shapes from to ?2.00 each. Novelty Silk and Crepe Blouses The blouses we arc showing you to- morrow are made- from high Swiss Crepe de Chene and Georgette Crepe. They are embroidered in many new designs. The colors are new rose, peach, white, black, [lean, new collar styles add much to their smartness. Priced from to Underwear and! Hosiery Sale Offering for Saturday only. Clearing up Sample Pieces at least one-third to one-half less Combinations There are so. many different. kinds of. women's combinations In this lot that it is hard to give you, any definite description of thenv bat" you -will "find" any thing you want, in Ibis sample at EL bis savings- Prices range from to Undervests ,Orer 150 different Testa in Una sample lot. Hardly four alike In qilalllT. Xo sleeve, short slecvo, Cul" Por- ous Knil, .etc- Al] sizes lo 44. From 20 !o 35 per cent, lower Iban U5tial. 15c to 75c Hosiery Three big lots ol hosiery for tomorrow's selling. 1 con-' Elsls oi Ulack Cotton Hose al ISc. Lot. Xo. 2. Samples or S11S Lace IJgle and Plain Lisle at 35c. Lol. Xo. 3. Silk Boot Hose lu all colors. 50c A Special Display of All the Newest Summer Wash Goods are making, a special display-of eomc of the very latest novelties in wash materials for Saturday. A vholc table lull ot Sport Sllka, Graftons, XoTclly Voiles, Silk Mulls. Fancy Grenadines, Plain 311k Poplins, Fancy Marqulsettea, etc. Every design U ei- elusive to (Ms store, and as they were all purchased in the Slates In March yon can rest assured they are the very newest materials on the market. -.'-_. May Home Journal Patterns now in stock ferns NO HOME PATTIRM [COSTS OVEI THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL STYUSH AND EASVTO USE stDcoinj barrel eoit. Just the Mai (or weai orer Ibt dteisy frock. Rylands Co, FIGHIGFOR1I .R Gen. SmufK Makes Significant and Inspiring Statements la England London, May, (Vht Rculrr's Smuts, iuiulsicr..ig[ Uetenco for Soulh Africa ar.d representative of Ihc 1'nSou al Ibe war conference, tha c'-icsl oi the house of lords ihe houso oi commons al n ban- cmet In iho Itoyal Gallery yesterday. Ylscouul French presided. General Smuts1 said lint Ihe splrll of comrailechtiv on Iho battlefields of Kurope would be morr, powerful than nuy inslfuiueul of government they coulJ creclv "Our comhioirwealih would go to plecrs 1( Sis worldwide comimmlca- lioiis were net .maintained." lie said. 'Germany, during-lb.e past "0 years, hud settled everywhere. The day would have conic ivliori the Knipiro would liftvo hecn jeopardized by llic cutllcv or communications. Now the worM outside of Europe had been cleared of iho cueiuy and we were al- most piw Identlally brought to the jwsiti'on that we could consider tlio future problem as a vcboJe. He hoped, whence time for settle- ment catne, we would remember not inerelv central Europo. but Ihe whole Itrilisli Ktnpirc. He did not wish ihe Kiuplrc in bare fougiii in vain, i have not fo'ushl for material nor for territory." said General Smuls. "bul lor future security. "But the dlfforehl durations of the .consiilntlorjal relations and readjust- iincnts within ihe Empire remain, I are not an Emrlte In the Ger- man sense, but of nations, olmost sovereign, almost Independent I n commonwealth than an Empire. Its future government is an .entirely new problem. The system !of the United Slates would not work ,Hud we do not standardize lie uatious of Ihc Empire. I "The only solution is suppllc-i by I our traditions of freedom and self- government. There were two potent faclors on which we must rely. The first was the hereditary kingship. "You cnnnol make a republic ot thiai !country, of Ibis cominonwcaUli of' IJritisu nalions." asserted General Smuts, "because you to I elect a president, noi merely here but everywhere In the Kuiplre, in India I and the confronted by an. absolutely insolubla i problem. I "Let be tuankfjil.for the mcrclca Iwc kingship' which is really jnot very different from an hereditary I "I should riot ht'surprised if the" I time came when the royal princes in- stead of gelting consorts- froln Llic princelings of Europe, will seek.con- sorls in the outlying portions of the Empire." 'U.aughlcV'nnd cheers.1] After- the present system oC Ihe Imperial conferences as not completely successful. General suggested convoking the important rulers of Ihe Empire once a year lo lay down a common "Diplomatic fincssn Is not under- stood In the and H our foreign policy is going Lo rest on the whole Empire, it u5 msrc and more he said. Nobody would dispute the suprem- ncy of Ihe imperial parliament whicli jwill always hn Ihc senior parrner. It might be said that Ihc hereditary I a ad the Kommon council at ihe head of affairs' was losutflc- ent to keep the whole system togeth- er. He disagreed wilh this. "If we arc true Lo our Iradltlong, we may exercise a far greater and bencficEent influence on history of mankind Irian he concluded, 'It will depend largely on i whether in the present ;reat prize will .achieved, rhether the wcrlcl be agalu plunged In The prize vllhin onr graap If' we have the itrcDEth and soul lo sec the thing .hrough without, fainting." rHINTS ON THE CARE OF THE LITTLE ONES TJaby will he wnll and hap-py IE the. right food; Ifaa A bath every day; Id kept dry nnrl clean; served on time; Sleeps alone fn n (jufel, cool jdaco; Breathes fresh air day and night; i m Is dressfrrf'accordfng tn the weather; Is protected from Hied and THUS- ij la, kept, away from elck.folks and not haTO 1o be eliowu off fur visitors; not hissed "on Ihe mouth, even by his molliur. Ha by will be unhappy nnd crosa :r la Riven a padlfier: Is allowed lo. go Ihlrfily; la (akcn up whenever he erica; la fed al His family table; In up late; Is not Vcpt dry and Mean; fs boimcc'l up Jinrl doivr.; la tnVoa to the tr.ovlcn; Is rloflcd rriedk'Jne; Is tea Add jind'rnftrfc to r.how off; ty fiiM anrl mo-iriulto Id iioi a fitah-alr tauy. It IB ea-sler to keep a hahy well lhan to cure him when he IB siclt. WON'T CALL OUT U, S, _MEN TILL FALL Washington, May response lo a suggestion ly Senator Jones of Washington that llic new Kclccl draft army liclp harreaL crops, Hecre tary Uakcr today dlsrloscJ II Is !nol expected lo call out the' 5W.OOO men Icfore Koptcmber 1, hccAUac o the "depleted H talc of pur supplies' and ihal Ihcrc will therefore be no "apjirei'tablc intcrfcrcftce wflh labor o( (he country until that .A SIMPLE GOWN For simplicity and charmMB gow has'gained frfic? poputarllyrAnd wl lie amohg'Lhp, coslumct Ihf GARMENT SALE in FUli SWING TOMORROW Exceptionally liberal on all newest suits and coats, skirls and dresses, kimonuu, pedlcoals, ete. KtiAl) LAST KVKXIXtt'K i'AlMW FOlt Ft' 1'AKTKJULAKK, OH BKTTEK STILL, MAKi: A JXSPKC- TIOX TO MORltOVr. SAVINGS AUK IUU KXOUGII TOWKLLKBl'AYYOUTO MAKK A SI'KCIAL EFFORT TO G15T 1IKKK. Our Biggest Best Stock of WE HEAR A CHEAT DEAL THESE DAYS OF AN ACUTE SHORTAGE OF HOSIERY, ALL OF WHICH IS VERY TRUE, BUT WE HAVE ANTICI- PATED OUR WANTS FOR THIS SEASON AS MUCH AS A YEAR AHEAD OF TIME, CONSEQUENTLY ARE NOW ABLE TO ANNOUNCE A COM- PLETE NEW STOCK FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT PRICES NO HIGHER THAN A YEAR AGO. 75c Ladies' CoLlou Hoso In splendid nualllv. mack and Sizes tu 10 Silk Boot UOEC hi superior quality. Colors sky, pink, grey, putty, while Ribbed Cashmero HMP [H various grades nnd al olj prices. SI'M 0 lo 10 Inches. Ladles' Silk Dool Hose In splendid grade. macn and while Silk 1. Isle Hose. Splcti-JIG wclBht. Fine rlblicd while, and pink. Sizes G lo-10 Llslo Sox. Bltick, or wliftc with colored tops. Sizes 4 to S [ucbcii. Ulg-variety- 30c Children's Silk Lisle 45c Fine ribbed. Colors sVy, pink. Ian. unite and black. Sizes -1 lo inches. Silk Usie ilosc in exceptionally EOOd >vfarins qual-Jlj-. Block and Silk and Wool Sox. Lovely soft quality In blue, bisque, grey and inu. Lndica' Silk Lisle IIoso lleavj- Silk Hose Children's Silk Hose. Fine rlh good as ever sold al the DS ever sold al the Colors while, Fky, pink and IJIacE and white. All black, pully, aky, Sites lo Inches. MANY OTHER LINES WHICH WE CANNOT MENTION HERE GO TO MAKE UP THE MOST COM- PLETE STOCK AND BEST VALUES WE SHOWN IN MANY SEASONS. THE LAblEST STORfe V 612 3rd PLEDGED TO WIN i OF Pott Laureate's Tribute to the United States. poet laureate. Robert Bridges, addresses through the Lon- .Ihc following verses: To the United States of Irothers In blood! They, who this wrong began 'o wreck .our Commonwealth, vrlll rue Ihc (lay Wbo'ii firsl Ihey chaHcngcil freemen ID the fray, Lnd wlfli the Ilrlton dared Ihc Amori- BRITISH TEACHERS' FIND PERFECT WOMAN" She is 40, Mother oi Five Children, Religious, Athletic and i'eHcci Woman" has just been Ucliucd by a confer- ence here ot', girls1 school lliraughont Kngland. Here is the resell of their iinltort efforts; "The perfect woman Is forly, 13 married, nnd Is llic mother of five nhlldren.' She happy clrcuni- atanccs, living In n beautiful part of Labor and Justice now. shall hovis thcJr way, And h( a league of grant we Transform the earth, not palch up the old plan. Sure Is our hope since he who led Iho country, a few miles from a big She Is Ihc centre of a good low we arc pledged lo. win Ihe rlgrUS home. In which Ihcro la n high nrd of clennlinuss And' comfort, nnd where sood taste Is everywhere via- iljle. In carpets, curlama, ?all paper, urnamcnlg. clothes. "The Ideal) ivomnn la sensible and bnalncsa-llhe, nnd- her home la a place of peace, -She Is patriotic and Interested In jinlilcs, nnd ilocs .all ._ she can lo rcrrioce- ciusca of anf- your fiflllon. forlng among (he poor. She is a Jc- Spake for mankind, and ye oroae Ijghtlul companion, and has n Rift for frlondahlp.-. She Is a religious ivo- man, nnd trice to fulfil her duly lo- God ant] toward other people. "She takes wnlka, rides bicycles, cllmba, swims, in awe Of that high call lo work the world's salvation; Clearing your minds oC all cslrang- Ing blindness. In the vision oE 'beauty and Ihc splrlln Freedom and honor and lov- Hair, XorthambcrlAnd, Ihe residence of 0. Bower- Ismay, haa heen'ifompieicly by, flre. and plays She-can >'rUlo' n. horse? and drive a. motor 'ear. She Is proficient In many branches of prac- tical learning. She can do anything and everything nboul the house. She some knowledge about the law, knows how (o Invest money, can use a' lypuwriler. Sho is a- great reader; every day she reads borne serious liook, as well nen'S- pnpcr and a'novel. Slie apcaks thrco guages besides her own, and rcadi foreign books. She fa, fond pC gardening ami has learned several cnrvlaf, work, bookbinding and FUNERAL JOSEPH CHOATE New York, May dlelln- finished men aBserulilcd at Barlhol- omcw's church lortny lo atlcnd Ihc Min- eral services of Joseph II.. CJioatc. Right llev. Charles I'. TJrenl, lilahoii of the rhlllpplnea, read, the prayer. >U the personal charge of King George, (he, RrftlEh amli.TSsarlor. Sir ,Cecll Sprl'iiR-Tltco, was present, as the 'repre- sentative oi Ihe crown, J. Jus-' aerand, the Krcnch amhassador, repre- sented France- honorary .pall- bearers included Mnyor Iho llrlllsli ambassador, William .W. Plill- lips, assistant or" state; J. Morgan nnd Henry White, former nui- bassador lo France. For Sale We can tupply a HmHc of DOMESTIC COAL IN CARLOAD LOTS. WRITE OH PHONE Uock Coal Itrick Co., Ltd. TABER, ALTA. ial for Tomorrow Saturday Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. L A. Scolt, Manager, 51) Fourth 5.