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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSOAV, SKI'TKMnHR 20. 1917 THE LETHBHHX5K PARE SEVW New Arrivals at iRylands Busy Store nc THE MANY NEW THINGS NOW GIVING YOU A BRIEF IDEA OF >Ht 150 Brand New 'Coats For Women and S20.00 up to London, Sept. 20.-The Brlll.h penetration has reached a deptn of a mile, which, considering Ine character of the ground, I. a wonderful achievement, the dis- patch addj. "II characterize! Iht result of today's attack as a fine aucccss." New Sweater Coats Noveltlei ol AH WM to Child's Sweater Coats Alto Jerwyn ni> lo Dress Goods and Coatings All at last year's prices. New plain and fancy silks. PHONE 1224 rerrin'.s Kid Gloves "Luxite" Silk Hose 'BEST HOSE IN CANADA Watson's Winter Und'wear Vests or Drawers from Combinations from Children'. Combinations Child's Vests or Drawers........ Penman's i Hosiery 'Finest ol all Wool Cashmeres. 50c up Spl-25 pair to J1.50 up to W.50 to "..'........40c to 90c each Babies' Knitted Toques, alls and Jackets.- i, Over- 1000 pairs of New Corsets Warner's Rust Proof Lace Front Nemo Corsets, from La Diva Corset! from----- J2.50 to up to (6.50 to SERGE DRESSES About dresses. All new Ibis season. r' to NEW CREPE KIMONAS Two Special Lines on Sale. and Blankets and Bedding Blankett, from: at Cotton "Wool Knap" Blankets to J2.SO, 13.00 to 13.60 to GIRLS' COATS AND DRESSES. CHILDREN'S WOOL SUITS. MEN'S WOOL UNDERWEAR. MEN'S CASHMERE HOSIERY., MEN'S FLANNEL WOUK SHIRTS. MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS. New Fall Style Book INCLUDING ANY PATTERN. Separate Pattern! Journal) are n.w RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Grocery Specials Phone 1766 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 20 Ib: sack B. C. Sugar and one craU of Italian Pruwa. Both for 20 Ib. of and one half King Beith Pure Sttrwrbtrry and Black Currant Jam. Per it inn Beach Pure Strawberry ;SffiEEr Itr., Social, each lln ........._...........' WE HAVE JUST- COMPLETED AN ADDITION TO OUR .TORE AND CAN AMUM YOU OF FIRST CLA6. 8ER. VICE UNDER STRICTLY SANITARY CONDITIONS. Senator De Vebcr aud Mrs. Do Ve-j cr returned yesterday from Ottawa. Mrs John TrusKell of Tnber, li the] uest of Mrs. Glllcsple for a low days. Mrs W D L. Ilardle Is vliltlnfr her lUEhter, Mrs. J. S. Jones al High Diver. I Mrs J. H. Wallace and 5IIS3 Etfio Vallsce Lave left for an extended vis-1 i in California. JIrs Cuas. MicKay will hold her I knitting class In the lied Cross rooms every Friday evening at 6 o'clock, com- mencing lomorrow. -Mrs Nlvcn's section of the Tlchek- bas. will meet at her homo, 031 I2lh SI. S. Friday cveulDB at 8 o'lcock. Mr. J. D. Illsinbolhnm Is In Ciliary attending the meeting of Hie Alberta Pharmaceutical Association. Miss JIarlan Harrs entcrlaincd in- ormally al the tea hour ycstc-rday af- :moon, in hbr.or of Miss Gladys 3owner. The ladies society of Ihe H. I.. F. nd B. will meet al the home ot Jlrs. 1 G. W- Swanson, 51" 12th SI. C. north, rlday alternon al 2 o'clock. The ladles of tlic First Baptist Church meet Jor sew Ing'at; the I (cd Cross rooms Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All ladies ol tl.c church BVQ asked to allend as there is some busi- ness to he discussed. 5Irs. W. J. Arraslrous entertained nbout Iweulv ladles last evening In honor of Jlfss Gladys Downer. 'The occasion belne a handkerchief shower, the guest of honor was Ihe recipient ol many beautiful handkerchiefs. Mrs. T H McCready poured lea and Mrs. M. H. McArthur cut the Ices. Thu tea table decorations were swestpeas. The dance given by the Great War Veterans on Tuesday evening waa much enjoyed by a fairly large num- ber The ladles of Major Jack. Hosi Chapter 1. O. JJ. E., served refresh, men's and Ihe rooms were bcaulltully I decorated with asters and sweet peas. The tea table was very attractive with purple and while asters and rib- bons of purple and yellow, the colon of the chapter. -Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs Hlton were the Conybcare poured lei, Mrs. Harmon poured coffee, and they were assisted by Mrs. McKlllop, Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Holt Mrs. Weslley, Mrs. Bartle. Miss Cllnle Miss Alice OU, Miss Mable Wallace and MIsV Helen McKlllop. The waste paper committee ot Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. t.. will make a final canvas of hollies and rags next Friday after- noon. This will be n final collection and II is hoped tlio citizens will make an citra effort lo give nil they can Bpare of these commodities, so Ihtt he car can be filled anil shipped wllhoul delay. Begin nnw and lla up your bundles securely will, slrong siring and phone cither Wednesday or Thursday lo Mrs. W. S. Galbrallb, phono 1253 or Mrs. -T. 0. Rqberlson, phone H51. bundles ou.sldo your door Friday noon and they will be called for. Phone calls must be in by Thuradny night al tho enable (ho commlUcc to mako out the slreel lists. bottles may no any size or color, medicine, lime juice, eer or whiskey, etc., providing they lave a small mouth and .are clean, 'ho rags must he soil, suitable lor wiring machinery, In size larger lhaa i man's handkerchief, and must bo clean. Please cut this out for refer- ence. Face cream bottles If no nam.i a cut Into the glass will be ot value.. it at the 'Bay Get it at the 'Bay' i Both for -.a White Beana, per1 Ib...... Ollry-Butter, Ib......... b. We SUPINA SONS 2W THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH AND SATURDAY arc days that you an select you New Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts. Also oiitor Set. Your choice select ami a line line of Ch.M Wear.New Winter Coats are a special feature. See these Specials in Dry Goods Section for and Saturday YARDS Medium FANCY "REBSER welKbl. 27 inches 15c. Special, J QQ yards for Special TABLE RUNNERS. 'dozen. Tieaullful snowy DRESS GOODS. Fine quality Shcpard ivlille Very snecls.1 value Size M inches liy OQ- black and while. Speila! 'i 17 inches. Friday and Saturday............ YarU rASHMERE fine quality. UNBLEACHED TURKISH TOWELS. 73 ItcQ BLACK ...border. 3Gx1S Inchy. Heavy ouallty. [Special, per Special, pair Furnishings for the'Home-2 Special Values I U1J HEMSTITCHED SCRIM. Ecru anil ivory we Special, yard Pure Food, Week-end Specials Instant Poslum, per tin Malliin's Btst Special, ptr Ib. Tuxedo Baking Powder, .Special, 1 Ib. tm :tuxedo Baking Pswder. Special 214 Ib. t 45c Reindeer Milk. 2 cans for Equal Ej3. equal lo six JT dozen ensi-Tin Mother's Macaroni, Spec- 20c ial, 2 pkgs. Christie' Ar. culls. Per Ib.........- Bis- OQ- Harry Horne'a Custard tin Pure Fruit Jam, raspberry, black currant and strawberry with .i apple. Special, 4 Ib. ft palla. Each Granulated Sugar, 20 Ib. tack. Special per tack WAR MENU FOR FRIDAY, Porridge, Scrambled Toast, Marmalade, Colfee, Sugar. Fish, Maahed Pola oes Corn on the Cob, Cucumbers, Jonimeal Goms, Baked Rice, Butar. Supper (or Sal ad with Parsley, Tea nlscalts, .'Apple Sauce, Oatmeal CarMa, Tea, Sasar, The recipes for Cornmeal Oe'ms and Oatmeal Cookies, mentioned above, are as follows' Cnrnmeal cup cprnmeal, 1 cup Hour, 3 teaspoons baking pow- der, 1 lableapoon sugar, 1 melted drlppInK, 'A leaapoon salt, cup milk, i ftgir. Oatmeal cupa flour, cnps oatmeal, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup o( shorlenlnK, 3 teaspoons der, 1 teaspoon lall, 1 cup m OF OFFICIAL WOULD VtStT BATTLE FRONT Washington, Sepl. con greasmen probably will visit, Europe and the western battle front It con adjourns neil monlh. Member already planning a Irlp, either or without efflclal nlatns. Sh6nM L__ of the (Mclal Invllillont In some members plan to go at their cinense. It Is planned to Speaker to head Ibe deletatloi. ME TONE fflt Lellibrfdsc Is honored Ihln week by a vlBll from two dlsllngulshe.! Ipcorle In Ihe person of Dr. and Mrs. Otforlh, who arrived this afternoon lo vlsif their son, Mr. Wallace Go- forth of Trinity Church, Ur. and Mrs. Qolorth their remarkable Work In China. In Hreaby- leru'li'Tnomea" especially Ihelr names household words .and when on rloaih are In constant deTnand and ils year as formerly are grecled by ackod houses In the titles o "ten. Canada ami We United hey went lo llonan.lhe mosl ant .tor IgV province in China thirty years and their life rtory since then I mb." fascinating. THerr mlraca on , durlns iprlsln parallels In hlslory and a recenliy related and published bj Mrs, GofortS, tell ot wonderfal and direct answers to prayer. As a young girl Oolorth gare promise of being irtlat nnd Is a cousin ct Ihe man who now holds thai .distinction. .llhoash receiving an eicopllonallr (M as a leSchcfM painting, Mrs. Tchwe to go-to her liaVe teen able a dark mosl brtfiit" Threehlnp'. In Warner district Is retty weilCnVler waf, Anolbtr week f Eoon-wCataVr.wm see II compl.el itr- will see II compl.el d. "cc'llenl In n BOO: many some fields aye Bolng very low so Iho average wil not bo than 20 bwhc a to he acre. nre laklnB iu larc of Ihe .opportunlly to Bel Ihrjr ;all plowing done and Ihere will bo crop will conswineslly be good. gKt. Munday dt 1M Mounted Police at Coutls was 'In Warner on Monday nlghl and arreslcd an 1. W. W, orBim- Izer near here, laklng Lira I" Coutts. lie was fined and costs for en- terlnK Canada without reporlln? o Immlgratloa aulhorllles and will be deported "n undesirable. On ils trip Sgl. Mur.flay wan also suo- ceesful In irresllng a MontanvhorSc thief whom tie turned to the day nlglil and succeeded In roulidlng up number ol citizens, promlnen ond otllerwlse, for Inlracllona of Ihe llnuor Uo secured conviction on Wednesday and enriched Iho pro vinclal cofferfrM OIHII Sepl. tllo house there waa still soiao'imcerCahily as to whether prorogation lake place lodny. llori. HDdolpljq askcd If Dcpuly Speaker 'llilnvlllfjop rescnteil tho altitude of (he sovcrn mcnl In Ihe Icltcr lo hla-CotiBlltiiwls, rend In the hrins'e'ycsterdayj.irl wMch he staled'thai the j6n3 voulJ'lie elcmpt (rom military, ser- ,-lce. The iirlmo.mlnlslehrcpeatediiis of yesterday'lhal (he mill Isry scrv'cc board li.ail nbt cnte'il ils regulations to Iho governor n-councll for approval, Sir nobarl'llonlcn referred In feel ng lerrai lo the sudden death of Lieut Col. Bmllh, sergcant-al-arms pt; in louso of commons'. He'.spoke of hi Ion? se'fvlco'ii serfant of Ihe houye nnrt' dcscrl'oiif htm ''as f nne gentle- man of Ihe old school, R roan at much cullure, and an Interesting personal- ity." i j Sir Wilfrid Lnurier saw lhat death nt Col. causcil him rcgrel and surprise, llo was n he said, of a high sense of 6V" unfailing-courtesy wtift lo all mtabera o; ue Pekln, Sept. Announcement was made In trnmenUI circlet today Chlntae cabinet, provided lha lente powtra will- Ing to Bend France In compliance with Frerch Ar, appeal made to Ihe Untttd S lo aid China, aa trrt entente powera were helped, lo equip her Iroepfc re-, -r CAN'T DO IT THIS OLtawa, Sepl. ia no possibility ot Ihe gerXral vlelonof Ihe Railway Act belnf- f, nhally'dealt wllh IhU scsslM. Tho senate railway met at ten o'clock this morning 4 nnd discussed o< tho bill relative (o commata- lion, adjoorelug U Ibe chnlr al etoren o'clock. When the met at ven' Ibe Ihe payrnenl ol wages to rifl-j way with ihe; f al amendments added bT.ii" 4 cooimoDs was taken tip. _, ;