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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1018 -As- l'HK LKTiililUlXil-; i>MLV H.'liAU) PAGE ELEVEN thins in cimvhttca." [ "If my Frank rvor bring;* home a j girl who mnokes," �. 1 jhonio a Paris brid>' v.! 111 word or KngliHli." "Well. HllO COIlM ' ill tlin taste the Fn-iy li i Why, kIio could ninl;i. o\ in iiiiy! I ill: l;l('tful 1 ' f;irln much I i M ' pur miimI  I hi'iir Unit; li;tv > �> ; > > > almost always love the snow! *  v CHURCHEB AND SOCIETIES * A miscellaneous shower In nil ot fit. Patrick's church bazaar will he held nt the home of Mrs. DeVeher as *oon n� the hati Is lifted from the ehy prohibiting public Ratherings. The date will bo announced later.   * * Mrs. J. L. Miller is confined to her homo with an attack ot Influenza. * *  Miss Catherino Jones of Edmonton who has boon visiting with her mother in Maeleoil. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. If. Bentley for a few days. Ing several weeks Mrs. P. .1. Kenney. with her mother, Mrs. R. N. Hell is cinfineil lo her home through illness. * , .j,4 > gowns for yon.";-Vancouver Province. I'avor Mask, Bui Breathe Fresh Air When Out and Away From People GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard were motor visitors in the,city from Calgary on Monday with Dr. and Mrs. W. 8. Oalbralth, returning to Calgary yes-j tarlo Provincial \V. C terday. Toronto women seem to have been greatly disturbed over the large number of international marriages which have taken place during the war and. according to Mrs. Stevens of the On-T. I... "this es PROPAGANDA. 0, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reynolds aro leaving today for Antlgonigh, Nova Heotla. Mr. Reynolds having been transferred to tho Dank of Commerco there. *   Miss Sydal, graduate, of the Ixmilon University College Hospital, has re-turneil to tho cky after two anil a half years' ahnenco in iCngland. i � o * Mrs. Grant Clarko has returned to her homo In Clarcsholni after spend- girl ovorsens," said a mother from an i Ontario town, quotes Canadiei.ne in The Prettiest Coats of the Season and all at Cut Prices We have never offered a more attractive selection or more practical coats at such prices. Remember every coat in our entire stock goes on sale tomorrow for the balance of the week for this special selling event. They are all well tailored and have the. fit and snap about them that is the natural outcome of good materials and perfect tailoring. New coats have arrived, these go at sale prices, nothing reserved. means that now the war is over Can-! ado may he flooded with thousands of young English brides, while Canadian women will be forced, to work In the Brisbane with nn.....y advanced offices, shops and factory's for th" >�' brewers with spcn.,1 w.-inlia.-is on remainder of their lives.'  >'>' '�� that nearly all Bullish girls smoke." i senate judiciary sttln mr.mtttee "The nicest of them don't." said a! Mirther cftorta *' �'vening recommended the' .... I withdrawing of the ma.->k regulation.1 lean Alliance  About, ten day.? ago the same acid-1 --- ' finy. possibly not composed of exact-! I iy the same members, favored the continuance n" the regulation, by i Washington, Nov. ^1. inve-t ig.n ion ; of brewers' propaganda and the pur- Every Coat at Sale Prices COATS In plain and fancy tweeds, newest style, large collars and wide belts, serviceable and correct in every detail. Regular $30.00 to $32.60 for ............................. 25.00 SURPL IN COATS In this lot you will find tweeds, velours, broadcloths, etc. No two styles alike and everyone the last word in style for this season. Regular $35.00, $37.50, $40.00 for ____ 32.50 COATS One of the finest selections both in ma-terlals and styles are to be found In this lot. Made from Lester's plush, English vel-our and broadcloth. Correct In every way. Regular $45.00, $47.60, $50.00 for........... 40.00 NOVELTY COATS In the finest of materials, some are lined throughout with rich satins. Some with collars of the finest fur. The newest Ideas of the best coat makers. Regular $55.00, $58.00 and $80.00 for ....................*....... 50.00 $10.00 OFF EVERY COAT AT $65.00, $75.00, $85.00 AMD. UP $10.00 passing n resolution which is clear' cut ami plain in its term�. The pub- 1 lie ought not to misunderstand the attitude of the medical [Ho/'esslon. 1 The head of this department was present, at their former meeting. , They dealt with the use and the abuse of tile mask, and it was plain that til/,' great/ ma.ioiliy at least then favored the use of the mask regulation with a reasonable interpretation of it. They didn't want th�> use of it ahu.-ed. They wanted people when out in the open air and at safe distances from those who might he in- ' fected to breathe the fresh a!r, and not possibly run the risk of inhaling; what was exhaled, but they wero dealing, as this department had to. deal, with a regulation that was of ! provincial sweep, and all want reasonable interpretation of it. In endeavoring to glvo the view of the medical profession to the public such expressions as these were used: j "There seems to he absolute nnau-' imity that the mask is a splendid preventative and should be used when people are in reasonably close contact, whether Inside or outside." The be:.t opinion ia that in all inside work we should .seek to follow the mask regulation., ler'itig plenty of lroiih air in. and using good sense in avoiding. If possible, the Inhaling of breath that has been exhaled again." In the meantime will the authorities en-, forcing the law use sweet reasonnplc-nesi with reference to people who are trying to dodge the thing when they are out and away from the people. I.ct. its interpret it In such a way that plenty of fresh air will not be excluded from houses, shops or people's lungs. And again dealing with the medical profession: "Their view points absolutely right so far ar protecting the public is concerned, and will the public when occasionally they see a physician not wearing a mask wdiile driving out to see some patient please remember Ibis, that that physician has probably been in the hospital continuously for four or five hours, perhaps more He has been in the diinger zone nil the time. When he left the hospital and got. into his car he pocketed his mask, and will boll or burn it at night. Ho has a supply along. When lie has gone possibly several miles into the country to see . a patient he will lace a cloau mask j on. but iie is working 18 hours a day, and tho continuous wearlug of tho mask is injurious to him and 1 lends to lower his vitality. Don't therefore, think that ho doesn't favor the rogulation. as occasionally lie wants to breathe untrammelled fresh air and brace himself for tho balance of bis long day." The reason v.e quote as above is this, that we Ituow there is a splendid army of workers all over the province that have been and . are OTTAWA. Nov, 21.-The inter- i pinning their faith to the mask, and provincial conference is not. likely to' we don't want them to think that conclude its deliberations before Krl-j'he public has been in any way mis-day afternoon, as there are still a I l;::!,OOP. bushels Is in Prime Kdward Island, Nova Scotia and British Columbia. ! Throe and a half million pounds of ' I'aeHlc Hat llsh have been sold in Can-: ada since the Canada loo:l hoard established the fishery in March. J.1US. i Prior to this time this llsh was regard- � ed as being worthless by tlaherni'.n. (The manner in which the public have ; taken tho Pacific flat fish has exceed-; eo all expectations and the fishery is now established as a permanent industry. One Hritish Columbia flrtn ship- � ped lon.DOd pounds of Hat tish to mar-I ket last week. PREMIERS STILL rived at. There have been no further do- ' velopments' in connection with the ' proposod transfer to the prairie prov-i luces of their natural resources. I At this afternoon's sessioti Major sumahly Impossible to test. Tho modi-cal 'profession now says that thu use of the mask as the regulation is enforced is more Injurious than helpful. There was a tendency on the puri ot the public, as wan pointed out at the meeting of the medical Week End Specials BED SPREADS 50 only White Crochet Bedspread* in Rood quality and full double bed sbo. Just tho thing for ordinary i'.m, easy to launder. Regular ft 1a $3.00 value. Week JOnd Special ......... Cttv SHEETS 1U0 Sheets in best quality of nheetlng, tree from droBBiiiK and filling, full double bed size, hemmed nil roady for uuo, size 72x90 Inehos. Worth easily $2.25 each. Week Knd Special. 1 "*( each................................... 1.1 3 BLANKET SPECIALS A White Wool Blanket special for tho .woek ottd. Those aro the last of a special purchase, of 18 months ago. The price is almost as cheap as a flannelette blanket. Special'this week end, ft size 56x7(i.............................. Vel *9 NEW SERGE PRESSES RYLANDS & CO. SAMPLE HOSE 150 pair* of Cashmere Hose In fine rib weave. Thago aro good hoavy weight suitable for ladles' or boys' wear. Tfcey come In the larger sizes only. Regular 75c to 85c values. CA*. WoeW Knd Special .......... ........... �WC MEN'S COMBINATIONS BO only sultB of Men'* Heavy Wool Combinations; also soma In natural wool. They are sample suits and some are slightly sotlod, but tho values aro wonderful when you consider our price. Regular $3.60 to $100. Woek End *% �a Special.................................fc.DU BATH TOWELS 200 Ultra Utrga White Hath Towels. These, aro on� of tho fluent values wo have ever offered. Hemmed ettdH all ready for use. Regular | aa S1JJ&- each. Week iOtni tipeciat ........ lsvlr NEW FANCY TOWELS General ".\l,wburu will make a'state- I profession, to make a warning u*> of the regulation, and to use the mask entirely more thuiu was 'necessary outside and to disregard it when I they conio In. j The provincial hoard of health was aware of these, difficulties, and yes- ! A LIVE SHEET. j .lonesbiuo News:-Ulils paper wjll please hand us it I while they are fresh. We prefer not lo publish a birth after the child Is | woanod, a marriage after the honuy-! tno'on la over or the death of a man after his widow is. married again." incut to tlie conference in regard to the demobilization plans of tho militia department, and a discussion . will follow. Sir Thomas White also proposes to bring up some financial quostlons affecting the Dominion and the prov- ! terday afternoon passed a, rogulation, lnces. i which they proposed asking to bo ' approved of today, varying the order ho as to make it apply as Calgary Ph.. fi-i.Mi.li ,,f'has mcl(,� u "PPly. slm�ly 'o those iritmis oi ln8ld0( fixcei)l ,, tn, llfim,Si and tuoy 'communicated this lo the members of the academy n't their meeting Inst evening. Tho mask regulation is still in forco in railway trains, stroot cars and in all Inside places outside your own home. It' must not bo forgotten that, this rogulation applies to about two-thirds of the province, and , tho host interests ot the whole field ? j must, ho considered, Tho southern * i one-third is dealing with it through *>; their municipal councils. Calgary *. and Kdtnonton aro therefore, as to J the mask regulation, now in tho *>: same position. Superintendent Bryan has sent two policemen to so to tho north field, in addition to those already there, to assist in general organization work and to give effect to many appeals that conio from nil those points. Of coui'H6 the regulation Mill stands against all public gatherings. ? GROWN PRINCE'S ? FUTURE HOME Loudon. Nov. 21.-Tho former (iorninn crown prince will take up his residence at Wloringen Island, in tho Zuy-der Zee, according to an Amsterdam dispatch to The Daily Telegraph. A paraonage on tho island has been runted for him and IiIh suilu. Wier-ingon Island is in the northern part of the Zuyder Zoo. It la opposite tho Dutch town of 4Ield�r.  �J> opposite mo jjiiiuu cown or �{ ..4>>~H6lder. 4 �> WINTER HAS ARRIVED! BUY YOUR WINTER COAT NOW! The cost of it will not merely "remind you of old time prices." You will find i IT IS LESS ALL OUR LADIES' WINTER COATS ranging in price up to $30.00. to be cleared at one uniform price of SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS ALL OUR LADIES' WINTER COATS ranging in price up to $40.00, to be cleared at one uniform price of See Them In Our Windows i^cjhf Hudson's Bait (Rmpnt^fcl WAIT TILL PEACE SIGNED Winnipes, Nov. 21.-At a con-, ference here today of the lieutenant-governor with repreienta-tives of the Manufacturers' Association, the board of trade and other organization* It w<� decided to postpone any formal celebration of peace until the peace treaty had been tigned and then to join with the whole Dominion in a country-wide celebration of the event. CANCEL WAH CONTRACTS Washington, Nov. 21.-Cancellation of war contracts involving more than �1,336,000,000 since the signing of the artnlstles Is announced in a letter frtm Secretary Baker read to the sinete today by Senator Martin, of Virginia, chairman of the appropriation-committee. ftergt. White, a veteran of the U, N.W.M.P., died from Influenza. H� wo a with the Wood Mountain division, Mayor UavidBon, of Moow Jaw. will not soek reelection ^[Gold Gold Soap goes farther -and does more work for the money because it is of the highest quality obtainable in laundry soap, and because it is also the largest cake obtainable at the price. The highest quality combined with an extra generous quantity means economy for you. Just ask for Gold Soap. Gold Soap It mad* in tht Proctor 4t Gambit Fmcleriss si Hamilton, Canmmm 46031? ;