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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rUKSlUY, SKPTKMWW 18, 11117 VAGF. SliVKN Buy Your Next "Hole proof" Hosiery at Rylands We just Placed Hosiery and.hercallcr.wlll carry the best numbers lu Sand -known nibbed Top Silt. MILADI s PHONE ___, the Dollar SUiTstocking in the The HOBO or the year. Positively the best dollar stocking we have ever seen. W Inch ribbed lops, elosiy silk thread boot, and 3 ply Sea Island cotton heels 'and loes. Ulack arid colors. In all sizes. 1 AQ On Sale at A pair............ "White Lisle" and Black Soisette Lisle Hosiery them we have a. good Lisle stocking at Per pair Largest Stock of Cashmere Silk or Lisle Hose in Southern Alberta mans. A pair RYLANDS CO. Swedish Fleet !'Port Townsen.di-.W float -near Uie setlleinent ot lcnvcs on Friday. 'Jiist npscn, '.oluV was. da Mr Frederic Villlers. who is J Khig Just ing In (he Wesley. Church on Friday to Assume .Command ol evening on behalf ot the Red Cross has met mosl ol (ho great soldlera of modern llmee. Perhaps none' of UIOM jflthl whom his evenlful life has brought him Inlo contact made a .er impression than the ye, Ian Commander, General 'fikobelelf has a remarkable war nnu the Inlluence he the brave troops ol Ihe was not allogeUier due lo Ihe high rank-whlcn he held. Thcro was-something nbout Ihe personality of Skobclelf quite In'. definable; and..from this cume the be- lief among his-men that; even alter Ills death, he would appear-again', to lead tho nrmy lo. victory .should Holy Russia he by -her enemies. During llie' present campaign corlnln Russian soldiers have declared thai SS-'obclelf has oflen ridden al the head ot tho army mounted on Ills famous while charger. This is pretty much In keeping with Iho Etory ol the angels at will probably live as long. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Merriai" ol Lucky Strike, are spending a to-.v days In Ihe clly. Mrs McQueen, ol Yukon, formerly of" Lelhbrlass. "ecu spending a few days In llie clly. Miss Gladys Adrce. who' siwnt the summer al the nonuUhawn school of dancing In Los Angeles Cal.. relumed lo (lie city Herald, Sept. 11. Those'having, waste liaocr. bodies and rags, please bear In mind dial the committee will call for them on Frl; day. Phone 1253 or 1151 by Thursday evening. Tho Ladles1 Aid of tlie United church North Lclhbrldgc, are holding a spe ctal mcetlnK tonight at S o'clock nt the jarsonaec. t The members and friends of llie La dies' Orange Lodge aro Invited I spend a social evening al (he home o Mrs. J. W. Craig, 1256 llh Are. N.. to- morrow evening at 8 o'clock At a meeting held on Friday cveuin by Ihe Wesley Young Ladles' class Ih following were elected lor th coming year: Teacher. Mrs. C. Bran llow; president. Mls3 W. Llligard; vie president, Miss Dateman; sccrctar ills, S. Scott; treasurer, Miss E. Por- ter; pianist. Miss llatcman; Mrs. Fore- man, convener of (he bazaar commit- (ec, and Miss 51. Speck, liress report- er. All (he young ladles of (he class will meet at the home ol Miss S. bcoll, 319 Aye on Wednesday even- Inc at a nuurler lo elghl for Ihe pur- po'O ot sewing lor Ihe bazaar, please bring your needles nnd thimbles. 1 Tlie entire staff of Ihe Hudson's Dai- company were present at a delightful- ly informal little function last evening In the lea rooms, complimentary to Mr A. Wilkinson, who has been head of tlie carpet and advertising depart menls for the past two years. Dur Inc the evening, the manager, Mr Smllh, read an address expressing preclatlon of Hie good fellowship with Jlr Wilkinson, the start had eiljoycj. resented him with a manle! I CIOCK. He also presented Mrs. Wilkin- son with a beautiful piece'of cut glass. Dancing and refreshments furnished enjoyment for the remainder of Ihe ev- ening Mr. Wilkinson came lo the Day Co. from Calgary two slaiT and the. patrons ol Ihe store, but with all neoplo with I whom he has come In contact. Ills work as an advertising man has been very favorably commented upon by Ihe i stores at olhcr branches, lie is being itstdc a-llllle cabin built Ihe Calgary branch and lessor for Mr. Order or Foresters arc commenclnE (heir scm-s ol dances on Thanksgiving Day, On. S. tor which Invitations will shortly be Issuel A tcclal rally of the loneregallon ami friends o: tho Uaptls! tl.un.li will bo held In Iho church Ihis evening at S o'clock. All are cordially Invited. Mrs Brooks has relurned from Gal- la. .Montana, where she visited her -lughtcr, Mrs. Grey. Mrs. Mciedl.h Ihe cltv hall staff, was a guest of, er sisler, MrsJ.Groy. at the- same On toiomenioratlon ol Ihelr silver weddlrVanniversary Mr. ur.J Mrs. J. V Mullln entertained al dinner last cv- u'ing at which a number ol trietds vfro urcscnl. Some handsome pres- en's wtrTelven Mr. ar.d Mrs Mnllln. Tho'avenlnJE was spent in musk. Little Street. grand-dauBhiCr ol aiid Mrs. Mullin. the door [or llie guests. As Dr De'.wllCT ol 3fS Sherlock liilldins, eipects lo be out of (he city ro'lour or five weeks, any person Ins Roval Crown or Goldtn Wesl soar, j coupon's for our travellers' aid Is reoluesled lo send Ihtm (o Mrs C. llalev, 621 SI. S-, or to Mrs. D. A. Simpson C3Karl Eschwlg, son of -Mr d Mrs. William Kschwle, of Hi orlliern Hold here, arrived In Ibwi is morning over the Great Isor crn, and will he interred lomprroT thrce o'clock, she services being 1 barge ol tho Loyal Order ot Moose which young Kscnwig was an lion r, andrnew the a-b Prevent Bilious Attacks red member.1 __ Thee Ircunistances of Fred Escti e rcunisn In'B death were most heatrendln o'wns a nraKenian on the main l.u f (he Oreal Northern road, run-iln ul of WhltelUli. His dealh occurre Thursday niglit when his, Ira walling Ihe passing of a passe cr train at station east Belton In Ibe Flobky MouplolnB, Tho crew were at Ihe station and omo one nollccd llames at the caboose nnrl all hands ran lo sea he trouble was. On. arriving IW ound Ihe Interior of the caboose SUPS" FOR ing Specials for YOU will find at the "Bay" Store a select assortment of all the newest Fall and Winter Garments, New Suits, New. Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Fur Sets and Coats and a vast 'range of Ladies and Children's Underwear. Our Fall Stock of Corsets is fully complete, D, A., La Diva, Royal Worcester and Bon-Ton, And we also carry a .range of 'the famous 'the most perfect-fitting Corset. Ladies' Crepe de Chenc Silk and c Crepe Hoys' Henvy Wool Odd sizes and garments. Regular Tac. Special, each Men's PiirameUa Kaiu Pi'oo Coals- Ail flzcs. Olive color. v Special Men's Work Made of calf skin, horsehide and pig- -1 on skin. Special, pair----.................. V Uovs'Twecd In navy, brown and grey, imiturcs. ular 51.25. Special..............- A hamlsome range. Prlcc-f range J up from Children's .Woollen In shodes of blue. rcil. grey, with ncally design- ed cuffs an-.l collars. Priced from C CA 5100 (6 Ladies' Crepe and Crepe, de Chine In prcily shades ot blues and rose pinks anil Copenhagen. Moderately priced, JC up from Ladies' New SUU In colors blue anil black, reds and green, green and black. In" Bhot elfccls. Also -plain styles. ALL PRICES. :am. New Terry At a roeelinrj of Ihp. ncrlcullural fur board yesterday alternoon .with Vice- 'reslaent W. H. Fairfield in tic chair, n the absence ot Preetdent B. Atlams, who la ill, 'teps were laken for Iho re- organization of the board looking lo an tinalsamalion with oilier lair soci- eties in the south country. The dlrec- lors decided tliat it would nol bo wise lo resign In a body at the present time E3 thai would allow the fair board charter to lapse, but U WHB agreed (hat Secrclary Mexico! should call a general meeting of the public sliorllj It which Ihe flireclors will holil their resignations colleclltely, to resign on iho -following day and make way fo any organization which may be cnect- The oTreclors ot the olrt board nre nxlbus-.lo do all possible lo give othtmdge (he big fair of the south nil it Is possible (hat the public meet- in prlntsd colors, reversible rich tones of rose, green and .brown. 30 Inches wide. 1 Og Price, per Hemslltchcil and colored hordorcd. 35 inches vvide. Special, yard----.......... Hcnistitclicd In ecru and Ivory shades. Fine quality. O C SC'Ineho's wide. -3S Inches wide. Ecru and Ivory. Goo.l quality. Special, yard in Boots and Men's Heavy Grain Work Wlie filling with a solid leather sole imd.heeL A splcndlil boot for teamsters or n CO Sizes 6 lo 11. Wednesday Boys'' Heavy Wide lillinE anil relnlorceil counter. SIMS 1 lo a. A splendid, hoot for fall wear. O fiO Special fc.wrf Children's' Bongola Kid Button and Bluclicr Bools Sizes'2 Vo'omiack or tan. Wednesday -1 t Special Edison Expert will Visit Lethbridge On Wednesday, 19 ounu me miunui "i tLi- on lire nnd Mr. Eschwlng ran Inshle and In some manner the car.oosp door on him and lie could nov open II He then ran through Hie [lames lo tho other end ol llio car .and In so clolns was so badly burned (hat he died In a short lime alter gelling out of the H Is not known cerlalnlj how the fire started but II Is lhr.l an oil lamp rnnsl eip orted rallcrlng Ihe burning.oil over the In erlor of the cur. _ Young Kschwlg would have tee trenly-nlnc years old had he lived (11 Jdccmber. He leaves a widow (in one clilld lo mourn his; Bidendlnj 1113 parents, Mr. and Jirs. Lichwll arc among Ihe- oldest resident o Fcrnle, and have a Inrgo numlwr o who sympathise wllh Ihem I (heir time ot sorrow. Till IL IO ne here will lake Ihe form ol Jolnl ncellng with delegates Irom Jlagratli nd Raymond when nn agreement ror n aroalgarnalcd fair will be drawn up nd n new board appolnled to carry on IB work. ANY EDISON PKONOORAPS WHICH NEED _ BE FIXED FREE OF CHAROE EXCEPT FOR MATERIALS. LET US KNOW ABOUT YOUR MACHlHE.IF IT NEEDS REPAIRS ftssinoboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 OIXTH STMET SOUTH Groceiry ior -Wednesday Qt.nl 1 Lh nlcnft. Best Japan nice. Special, 3 Its. No.. Spi'cia'l, 2 cans for Custard Powd, C-jl Petl, 1 Ib. m. Ptr 65c Good QualUy Salmon. Special, per tin Pineapple. Special Per tin Lgwney's Cocoi. Special, I Ib tin...... Welcome Borax Saap Pkg......... .Canned Pork 4 Beans. Special, per tin---- 3Qc 45c 25c 15c ELECT OFFICERS KING VISITEb U. S. BOAT. Utldon, Sept.-JS.-Klr.g Ihe course of a vlilt lo the rtrer Clyde, In Scoliand; yesterday; ntnt- nn board an American polrol crew lined Iho decks and cheettd lll> Malcsly Imilly. The klni Inspected he Qimrlers ol Iht, crctf and conerat- Mated the officers on having such line shrps. CrjItF 'washlnglon, SspL H.-Appolnlmenl of it; W. AKerlury, vlco president of the Pennsylvanh railroad, us director general nl IransWlalkm of the.Unled Slates' cipwItlloViary force In France was announced by the war .de One ol Ihe most Imporlanl events M tho year was pulled off yesterday it the High school when the officers lor Iho coming year In the Atliletlc, particularly llie soclclloB, wore clecleil. As In former years, Ihe school presented a gay nppearantc as I resull ol the arlHIlc elforls of tlio different candidates and supporters, nd everywhere evidenced the that Ihc30 embryo politicians be Wye payi'.lo Brlvertlsc. The ,ilerarY society most Imrorlan n-Ulliiilon anil !s rcilly the stinlcnU council ss It'ls rondollcil exclusively IT Under Us siiperflslon (he ntia, mflalcal and literary, .clh-ll.e flra held. Tho provincial' debates Jielrt In (his c.Ky nre also iradc- its sentatlrn: XI, McKlllqp, L. Cum- mlng XII. K. Terril, H. McCleMBhan; X. H. lIcMillcn, J. Donoon; IX. (a) V- llon, Uiinham- IX. Ib) M. o'ck.G. Morrison. Comm. Grades, A. durrny, K. Mnllln. Boyj' Athletic Sociely V. vlnn-iircB., ninpalh; n. H; Ornde reprcaenlilives, XII. H. I'IPM; XI: W. Hyssop; X. 0. IX. (a) A. Orecn; C. Sang. Comm. Oradm, n- n (hs c.y nre a rollowlng are llio rcaiiUs of thu eiec t'cns: Literary Society Tagcs.ZellnnE thai. Gormany leclded 'lo abandon nil claims to Bel- ;l'nm the Koelnls'che Zeilling Rays: "We loo, have received similar In- nlorm'nllon from which It-may- concluded Ihnl last trcok .a ohont llclglnm wns rcnchfd -Ir) cnn- formily with Ihc Malhlas Krzlicrger, clerfcal ccnlro member-o( the relchslag, spooking at lllbcrach on Sunday, sa.ld: :y "The lounflalion of-peaco miisl M no connucsl.of ony.kind vanclng with long strides toward silch B pcncc-peacn built on the basis of (he kucidir 2nd i rice-pirn I- Sept. 15-ln. connec- I lion VHh tot roport DuWlshcd In Iho i NORTH Ll ;