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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'M IDA Y. SKPTKMBRU fi, I HIS THE LETHBMDGE DAILY' 11KKAU) PAGE NINE (> % > | 111) 1'iif; ami miii have been visiting fur . children have retnrned from a lioli couple of months. Iduy spent ill I'roetor. Mr. A. V. Miiynsird and Dr. .1. .1. ! � > * * Held, of Taller, wore motor visitor lu llii! i'IIv ycstcrdav. O >raeti will l.� i iaUen around Hi" � turned tn the i 'ty alter an "liji.y .itil�' ,  Inn > h at Toronto lett early In the ),.|,| mp, evening ai eight o'clock. \ conclusion or this >: an honi organ recital in 7:1:. ! kindly given Hi" Mr:  li..in Henderson of 11 i 111-rest | .Mr. and .Mrs. \V. .1 n t'ulhtgbiui At lac a 1 twnoo:) �d id \lr-wl:i> had i's a guest iii the cily wiih Mi:>;, . Kairrudd Hurtle lefi t)iin after-ynoii to s-[m'!id a month In S'ancoiiver, Mr and Mr.- W. i: Van llorne and litlle son returtleil to iii" illy yc-.ter-ilay from K;elo. where Mrs. Van Mi- Allien K. I- dale fur (lie fj,-::t to S'-|)i('ii)bor i. when til" parson aof tl,�a- ' l^'l'finment of the c lion were also pnve.it. .\ niimber^df i V'tinK man of rar automobiles conveyed tie.- ladies li'i . their delimited! ui,e,-e ||i,.y (,,',[,[ ., j lllost ,H.!!d-,ve..| |,y rerreshmelKs and a -...-i,-.; tin;,. /, v.-.h,,-), |aiiie, becitiic better aci|iialnl,',l and w W edtiosday 'aleinr., and is we i '.iilown tbroiij'.lio"! 11-, The hajipy coup'u "Veiling for a honey a.nop trip to the cic.si and on their i 'ain will make llieir :io:ue in Calua, . Mr. and Mr'. by i-oiii.'r.ilubit- and .liaiipillerS n v. .i n :\^0 � Afd't- �:' "Iff" yy � s- Dilb-y ;nv heir." lo h-il and wish'd �lie. I by their many IU Hew fall Rave Arrived HIS is our first announcement con-vL1 cernmg the new waists. Unusual creations and styles quite out of I lie ordinary have arrived. They are the NEW creations, fashioned of such beautiful, soft silk materials. fit EORGETTE CREPE has been sane-tioned as the favored fabric for I'all waists, and prominent features are the collarless waists, waists trimmed with beads and embroidery in various effects and the combining of colors. /\T%F PECULIAR INTEREST is our V#- showing of Wash Satin Waists in the new "Pull-Over" models. Very charming they are, entirely new, and so serviceable. The prices, of course, are strictly moderate, to conform with our store policy of The Best Value at the Price Give yourself the pleasure of viewing these new creations at the earliest possible opportunity. Stroll round tonight and see some of them in the window. d The New Fall Apparel is At Its Best Showing Now. Lines for women, men and boys are complete. More "Queen Quality" Suits Dresses and Coats Came This Week Ladies who are not familiar with this exclusive line of garments should see them.. They are distinctive. The style and quality of material makes them stand out and mark the wearer as a well dressed woman. They have an atmosphere of refinement and excellence that annuals to all women. ARD OF m yONON ERIE DEADLOCK OVER Wants to Know Why Railway Hoard Has Not Given Promised Investigation Northern unsettled. expected The I.etbbri.U'.e not Kubll' t'l he mi matter in' the itl ei'feet nil ('.!'. U hoard of trad.-i-fied to allow the � ni;er servire now lines in Southern working time-Sept. r,, i!us. Our Showing of Men's Clothes was Never More Complete And offer splendid values. Our custom made and ready made men's suits make our store one that can easily "suit" any man, with its wide range of materials and prices. , Over 1,000 New Boys' Suits Were placed in our racks Jast month. They are the kind the boy wants. Our prices on these suits will please the parent-the suit will please the boy. F. THAELL The Tailor-608 Third Avenue Sooth Alberta r\-.t with nit a complete inves-tih'.'itlon by t lie i'. li id of Railway Commissioner.-'. Today they went the l'nl-!ow!i>k wire to learn the delay in the rp-n.mnblishlllellt of tablo No. I.ethbi'hlKo. Aha Sir Henry llrayton. IbKird of Railway Commissioners, Ottawa. Reference our complaints and sur-roumlinK district alterations passenger schedules instil mod AilKiist ISlli your secretary wired its lwenty-uiiihth board has kIvoh direction to railway to re-establish worhiiiK time tablo number twenty three pending investi-Katlon. We wired, thirteenth 'when is board's order restoriiiK service effective'." We wired aKiilii September third 'awaiting reply roKunlliiK time for your order reslorliiK time table twenty-three effective. No change in train;! here yet.' We find it utterly impossible understand wdiy our message!! are ignored by your board no reply huviiiK been received above messages. Only alteration made in service is that on September fourth company announced further cancellation thrice weekly extra Coiuts-l.eth-brldRo which bad been runniiiK. -(!. )i. Marnoch, President LellibrldBO Board of Trade. In the meantime all the evidonce in connection with the hunrlnga of some yearn ago, when the dally service on the Cardston brunch was established, is lining gathered together, and a new-ease will be made out to he placed before the board. Ottawa, Sept. 6.-Difficulties over the reorganized Canadian directorate remain 'It was generally that yesterday's cabinet meeting would see a final settlement. There had been conferences with railway magnates. There is further consideration of the problem today and it is expected a solution of the chairmanship will be arrived at today. Hon. Frank Cochrane and D. D. Hanna are both mentioned for the chairmanship. No Decision Ottawa, Sept. li.-Announcement of the composition ot the Canadian Nor- thern directorate goes over until tomorrow and probably until .Monday. Decision on the question, it wan officially stated this afternoon has not yet been reached by ihe government. It is again under discussion by the cabinet council this afternoon. Arrangements now made, it is understood will probably be temporary. The idea is eventually to bring all the government roads under corporate management and any arrangements to that, end will naturally be affected by the result of purchase arrangements with the G. T. Further question wliich has arisen is the likelihood of continuing the existence of the railway war boa.nl after the war. This will, bow-ever, depend on events. Arthur .Meeker the owner. The lira took place last niglil, and destroyed seven buildings, six concrete containers and "flit carloads of grain. A series of explosions occurred sending pillars (jf fire skyward and attracting bjie. tutors for miles around. The company manufactured special stock and poultry food. SERIOUS FIRE IN A MILLING PLANT Chicago, Sept. 6.-Fire which dea-troyed the Arcade Milling Company's milling plant at Kondont, a north shore suburb, caused a loss of $500,000 according to estimates today by No other remedy will so surely and quickly correct stomach ailments* regulate the liver and improve the general health as adoseof Beecbams Pills !-"-� S�I. a(u� M*�tiB. i* tk* W�Mi 3oU rrwywkm. 1* b*M�,2Sc. m S. STEAMER, FORMER (iERMAX MNEK. TORPEDOED Washington, DC, Sepl. 0. News ! readied here that flic American trans port .Mount Vernon, homeward bound bus been torpedoed by an enemy submarine 701) miles from the h'rnnch coast but had turned back and arrived safely at a Wrench port. The Mount Vernon formorly was the North (iernian Lloyd lino Kroti I'rln/.-oHfiou Cecllle. She had no military null on board ami is supposed lo have car-rlod only a small number of i-ciiiuUios in addition to her c"*' Girls and Boys Want Serviceable Shoes for School They want fit and comfort combined with a neat appearance and good wearing qualities. Our line of school shoes will meet these requirements and will please the girls and boys. They will give excellent service, will hold their shape and are made from the most comfortable lasts. ijftinijii The New Fall Shoes (or Men and Women are Here The Slater for Men, The Walkover for Women. These two well known lines of proven value and style combine the features demanded by people who are particular about their footwear. Huf ner The Shoeman Beside Merchants Bank ;