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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" >- THE LE GE DAILY IIERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918 A MOST TIMELY PRICE LIST OF CORSETS SPECIAL ' The "D. and A." Corset, made of strong coutil, with four hose supporters, sizes 20 to 30. o Prices, per pair. '$1.25, $1.75 and .......... LtOXf "La Diva," in all styles with low or medium bust, sis hose supporters, prices per pair, ( |\a $2.75, $3.25, $4.00 and.................... u�wU! "Royal Worcester." a beautiful corset and one of our leaders, prices, per pair. 4 ( A $1.50, $2.00, $2.75, $3.25 and .........."---- .^t��Jv "Bon Ton." beautiful models, made of the best materials, prices, per pair, /� |ta $5.00 and ................................. U.tlU "Modart." front laced corsets. We are sole agents for these and have styles for every figure, ^ r/v prices, $5.00, $6.00 and.................. # �OU BUNGALOW APRONS We have a splendid range of these, wonderful value, the result of a special purchase, sizes aa from 3G to 44, all one price ................. �/�/C BLOOMERS t Child's B'.aeU Sateen Bloomers, warmly iiiu.l with  TIan::eH;'.:. prices, per pair, ^ fJQ WHITEWEAR IN RANGE AND VALUES IMPOSSIBLE TO BEAT. Corset Covers, prettily trimmed with lace and embroidery, sizes 34 to 44, price, each ...................................... TtfaC Corset Covers, a better line, with yoke of embroidery and lace, all sizes, price, /�n each ....................................... OOC Xight Gowns, fine muslin, with trimmings of embroidery, slipover style, price. j �*q each ..........-............................ L��t|> price, each ............................... ��OU 'Ladies' Drawers, of muslin, finished with frills of embroidery, open or closed, price, QO*. per pair ................... .............. 0*1 C Muslin Drawers, open or clpsed styles, a most superior grade, with frills of lace and em- �* aa broidery i price, per pair....................ltvv A SPECIAL UNE \ Ladies' Drawers, fine muslin with tucked i'rflls, open or closed, price, - ."'�""' ' lyjj per pair.................................. I D C Underskirts, of white muslin, has frill trim- | t*r\ med with wide lace, price, each ........... Imtttf Underskirts, has a deep flounce of em- -i �y� broidery, very smart, each .............. L�t *b Underskirts, a superior uality with a very o �jr dainty flounce of embroidery, price, each ... CtmCtO Underskirts, a beautifully finished garment with an extra deep flounce of embroiderv, price. o AA each ................ .................... J.UU LADIES' WEAR For Fall and Winter An Authentic Signpost on the True Road to Economy NEW FALL SUITS LADIES' SWEATERS Our range of Fall and Winter Sweaters are just arriving, and most beautiful garments they are. Some are hand knit. Others brushed wool effects, and in all possible colors and combinations. Then there are sets--caps and sweaters to match, and the prices are so reasonable tuo. FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR Combinations, Ladies' Cotton Fleeced Winter Combinations, with elbow or long sleeves, ankle % All length, price, per suit ...... ............. l�*fv Combinations, Ladies' Part Wool, winter weight, in knee and ankle length, low neck with elbow sleeve and high neck with long sleeve, price, a per pair .............................-... Combinations. Ladies' All Wool, made elbow right, low neck and ankle length, price, C Af| per pair ..................... ........... 0�UU Corset Covers. A lovely warm knit Corset Cover with long- sleeves', price, each, j |wv 75c and.................................SlaVU Vests. A 'special line in winter weight in elbow or long sleeves, price j qq Vests. Ladies' All Wool Vests, with elbow length-sleeves, ail sizes, price, -, .. . more to let him go through, and was told to return to Canada immediately. He did this but returned and went to Browning by a different route. There he again fell into the hands of Gordon who arrested him on a charge of smuggling. To Mr. Gordon while in jail he told the story that while in Lethbridge he had received an offer of employment at Gilman, Montana. He had decided to accept this and was preparing to depart when a man whom he had seen once at the Stampede here, and who was called Slim, offered to take him down in his car. He accepted and sent his wife and baby on ahead. Late in the evening Slim told Dutch that it was impossible for him to go but for Dutch to drive the car down and leave it at Gilman. If anyone asked to whom the car belonged, Dutch was to say it was his. He started on his journey with the above sequel. So runs the story for the prosecution. Gordon's story of what Dutch told him and what Dutch says he toJd him differs in several points, but the former's is corroborated bv the jailer of the Browning jail. SAYS MENNONITES WILL REGISTER Denial that the Mennonites who have recently settled in Southern Alberta have refused to register for military service with the American consular agency here was conveyed to the Herald today by R. W. Pilling of the Piliing Land Agency, who'has had large dealings with the sect. He states that their leaders have told him they intend to register. Those of i the colonies between the ages of 21 and 31 must do so before Saturday evening next or come under the Canadian military service act. The Herald also has It on good authority that before coming to Alberta leaders of the Mennonites went to Edmonton to interview the government with respect to schools in their colonies and received the distinct answer that such schools as were established in their colonies must be in accordance with the school ordinance of the province, and that all the school laws as to language, etc., must be complied with A SENSATIONAL Buys 200 Ewes at $125 Head-Ram Sale to Be Held Oct. 16-17 "We are not attempting to put on a monster sale, but we expect a large number of rams will change hands," said N. T. McLeod, secretary ot the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' Association to the Herald today in discussing the ram sale to be staged by the association on October 16 and 17. J. H. Patrick, the well lcaown. Ontario breeder and importer will be here with a number of his best as will also some other eastern breeders. R. C. Harvey will have quite a number of his famous Romney-Ram-bouillet crosses up for sale. In addition many sheep ranchers are bringing in high class stuff which they have had in their flocks for a season, and there will be an active exchange of bucks during the sale. Mr. Harvey's Purchase. R. C. Harvey, who never loses an opportunity to secure high class stuff to breed up his flocks, recently made a great purchase at the Salt Lake sale when he bought 200 head of Rambouillet ewes to add to his Ram-houillet band here. The American Sheep Breeder reporting the purchase said: "W. S. Hansen of Utah made a really sensational private sale to R. C. Harvey, the live wire of Alberta. They were 200 yearling Rambouillet ewes right off- the reserve and they brought $125 each which Mr. Hansen claims Is the record price for range Rambouillet ewes. Mr. Hansen says his March lambs weighed 115 to 120 pounds In August." NEW AMBASSADOR SPEAKS Borne, Sept. 24.-John W. Davis, newly appointed American ambassador to Great Britain, today told the Associated Press that he was still awaiting orders from Washington regarding the ambassadorship, but that he hoped to conduct his present negotiations here concerning the transfer of American and German prisoners to a satisfactory conclusion. After that, he added, he probably would return to Washington to consult with Presi- dent Wilson and members ot the gov eminent before taking over the em bassy. He wai doubtful, however, whether time and circumstances wpuldi permit of a journey home. 1 Concerning the negotiations with* Germany for the exchange of prison ers, Mr. Davis said that probably on ly after they had ended would an official communication to the press b<| given out, as the negotiations them; selves would be kept secret, as wa.< case in Franco-German negotiations NO CANADIAN MAIL Vancouver. Sept. 24.-It was stated at, the Vancouver post (jffice today that there was no mail from Canada, registered or' otherwise,' oh the Great Northern train held up by a robber south of the international boundary last night. v the home: op the victrola Children Have the Right to be Happy Give them music that is "Made of Happiness"-happy songs, sprightly melodies, cheering stories, inspiring music. Give them the wonderful Victrola and Victor Records that are making thousands of children happy overy day. The following Victor record selections are par* ticularly suitable for children's entertainment: CHILDREN'S RECORDS � % Record No. 35664-Cinderella and Jack, the Bean Stalk. iRecord No. 35643-Little Bull Call and Dog and the Kitty Cats. Record No. 35447-Little Riding Hood. Record No. 18276-Raggedy Man and Our Hired Girl. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;