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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1918 THE LETHimmOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN 'BUSY" SPECIALS FROM THE  PERSONAL    Miss K. Tlroillo whs a visitor la Barons ut (lio end of llnj week,    Mrs. W. Frame has returned from visiting frlftnlH In Medicine Hut. Magrath last evening to all and thu f hdilh kindly leave the address al the annual mooting of tho lied Cross, i Patriotic Fund orflce, post, off Inn    I building. a* Mtey are assisting in coin- Mr. J. H. Oliver left yesterday for j piling the lists for parrels tho coast, whero ho will reside In in-' Mrs. rinylo of Foremost, was itor in tlin city last week. via- A. A Mclleiin Is In the city. Ho Is moving Ills family to Lotlitirldgo. Mr. mid Mrs. .Melleau have been citizens of l-'f into for nearly 10 years and their departure will be deeply regret-t"Ml hy it of friends. - l'ornlo Free I'rcss.   * Mrs. II. T. Drymnor was a visitor In Calgary for Hie week-end.    Mr. Charles Wilson, wlio cumo to tin- city u short tlnio ui;o from Vic-tiirln, expects to Ii>:ivi shortly for L"thbrldr,e, where In' has. been tnnis-fcrrcd to tit" Hank of Nova Scotia - Calgary Canadian.    Mr.-'. F. Handy left on .Saturday for Hegiua to join licr husband, Inspector llutidy, after viiiltink friend:! In tho . ity. Judge and Mrs. ,1. N. Ritchie wcr Jackson and Mrs. i motor visitors nt t.uro. �   Mrs. Geo. fi. MacKny and children roturned yesterday from a three �months' visit to Montreal and Ca-couna.    Ptn. Kivymof.d Van Heuke left on Monday for Victoria, where ho expect a to train preparatory to golnc overseas to Slhtirla.   � Mrs. T. A. Suudal returned on Thursday last aftur upending two months visiting- relatives in tho States. -Tuber TimcH. � � � Alex Campbell left on Friday last for Han Francisco for tho purpose of bidding farewell to one of his brothers who I? shortly leaving for overseas fmrvieo with American forces --Taber Times.    �>*�*>�*�   * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES >  > Af ho many loral organizations am contemplating minding NnmR. parcels to our men at the from, and In many oasis the addresses arc incorrect, will all those' who have relatives over- The, Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with .Mrs. Hyssop, till!) liilii St X., on Wednesday afternoon Tor lied Cross sewing.  *  The Da hi; lite is and Maids of will hold a whi. * * * i The Girls' Auxiliary will inert nt the club house, at ":.:� this eveiiim; Kvory member is asked to attend. �  m The Major .lack Ross Chapter l.O. U.K. will resume their work for 111" winter in the lied Cross rooms on Thursday eveuini: at 7 lf>. Kvery member is re'.iicst'M) to be present as lied Cross work is very much needed    The next of kin arc holding u whist drive and dance mi Thanksgiving day. (let. 1-ltli. in tin' Veterans' club room I'rot'eeils are to l>" used fur .seiid'ng parcels to Lothbridgo hoys rver..ea.!. Needs' orchestra in attendance. �tS p.m., but will close promptly at these hours lu order lo conform to tho government by-law. RYLANDS & CO.  � TUP Df/CI, CTrtBP THE BUSY STORE The Maior Jaei, llo.-s U.K. wish to thank the socks sew. 111: Convent. ChishoJ.ti I. There;a I.; Chapter l.D. following for !i pair-. Ml-s �eey 1. 1'atri. cla Ward 1. Kathleen Kni-iuhi 1. Vera Tennant 1. Katie I "el--a.-, I. Kntlierine itooney 1. Mrs. it.-- Vcli-r I. Mrs. Ml!*!-(tins ::, Mrs. Cotiyhear.- 11, Mrs. llrew-er Mrs. Ilrnwn Pipes '2. Mrs. Howard I've .1, Mrs. .tnlin N'ibloclc, Victoria, II.C . ', Mrs. Ahistnir Itrander L', Mrs. Sld lilts ell -j. Mrs. C. Wakelin 1, Mrs. Ilutitr- 1, Miss Sadie Hunter 1. Mr--. (Jeorge Short 1, Mrs. Tom Short 1.  �  Mrs. Fox's section of Wesley I.nd les' Aid �-|ll meet nr. her home on -Vt! 1-tlh St. South, tomorrow afternoon at ?. o'clock.    The ladies' j;yuiuasiuiii class under the auspices of the Women's Civic club will be started tomorrow In the Y.M.C.A. in conjunction with the swimming. children's gymnasium classes will take place nt 4.1.".. ladies In the evening a� 7 '',o. The same fee will lie charged as for the la�t rearon (or swimming and gymnasium. Mr Brooks, the pliyMcal director of the Y.M.C.A., has kindly consented to conduct these (lasses. All Wool SERGE. ',1 it u' II -. at.I...... I.itiiit' t'.me;-. Imperial h�-.- wid ,v I'rlc.-. NAVY 1.29 r! ]U aids ea.-li The matte! of i ; oi-.r i..i: �':,.or -.nan for the Sen'. ;, \ r-. Vi.-i'iry 1 ,'i:ni commit'..... I. �; t to t'-ie ). ml: llliitl.i.'el-; of tin ,,' t ... i;.,: �.....t itig. and la.- ! nil;i.' . -  � ini.mi'ii -ly decided by t'.ii'il.  lie- to :tl lor th" po-iiloli v.-a'! A 1 l'.aai;:; ..( tie lii.nlim Motor Co The lo'.iowiiu; - . v.-a - al-o appolnterl: W. i i- o: . M I' .1 oliii Home. c. �� . ii M Wil SOU. It. V. a \ 1 I -o'.i I). V'.. Hani-, .1. S. S!e-|.'.i.-r.|. M M'' BUSY SPECIALS IN THE Ladies' Ready-to-Wear A .-harming ' of CREPE DC CHINE WAISTS in color-ma:.", fl-..|i. white and black, t inloubt' illy the b'-.-t value ever "f. led. Ilegular Ilu-y P...  ....... The let initial Ion of Hie summer Wednesday Hall" Holiday has arrived, and iroin now on full v.orkiiiK hours will be the order of the day. "BUSY WEDNESDAY" h to be our slogan and to ensure its success we :ihall put out such a series of specials each Wednesday as ough' to pack the store from the opening to ll.e closing of the door.-.. Look for them each week. SIX EXTRA SPECIALS FOR TWO HOURS' SELLING ON WEDNESDAY From 3 to 0 p.m. '�ii phoij. , i' () 11. or a pin ova I on the - � J hour specieK "THE Mr BUSY SPECIALS FROM THE ., House Furnishings TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS. Size 7:1x72 in maroon and green, with bounil edges. Regular .�fii.ali. Iiusy Price ............. 4.98 A beautiful line of WASH SATINS in II shades, green, giey. black, whit.-, red and wine. P.'Tiilar iil.c for............ Two Hours Duly 1.09 WILTON RUGS. 1 only in iovely designs and colorings of green, rose and blues, size U7x �'.4. Worth today S' Iiusy Price ............ 5.95 CONGOLEUM RUGS. 12 only. : i/.e 11 v:x41,;. A 9U\i> range of design.- and colorings to choose from Ilegular S;',.7f,. n aq !'."> Pric.- ........... L,VO 2.99 CORSETS. The i ' 1) A." make in bald wearing ci.utile iiose stippor'er:.. - i/"s ll-gular -M.-J"-. I!u y I'rii " .......... . lehrati'd a strong Has I-i:> to 211. 99c \ CoMibinatlon Special O'CEDAR MOP. No ?,. large triangular make v.l'h handle cumpb'n-. Ilegular $ I .."in. "C d ar' "vox. The lust liquid polish tor fin iiittn � . automobiles, �!" .-.-.I- Si/.e Th" -1 C(\ eoliibiii.-iti'in lor 1�Ui7 Two Hours iinly M.'thun, Thos. (Jiilnti. WEDDINGS Mlhl.KU-imoWN Married, at 12 I.even Street. Ren-ton. England, on the Itlth of August, hy Rov. John MacLenn. Private Joseph Miller, Canadian Infantry (Leth-brldge. Alberta), to Janet (Jenny), eldest daiiglitei of .Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Ilrown. Pte. Miller enlisted in tho 10th lint-tallon from Lethbridf?"'. going overseas about three years ago. Ills parents reside in the city.   � FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK It does not pay to evado the food laws, as x good many Canadians lire finding out to,their cost. All violations are being followed up with summary punishment and within tho Inst few months a largo number of eating houses, candy manufacturers and bakers have found themselves closed up or with their licenses suspended for a time. it Is tho duty of any woman who is cognizant of violation of any of the food laws to report it Immediately to the provincial or military police. OH BIG BOOTLEGGER Alex. Duffy t'au^M :tnd Fine of .?1.">0 Imposed-Will Appetil V INFANTS' REUBEN SHIRTS in all woo! and part wool. This is a real snap. Ilegular price '','>.� IlU'-y .............. 29c BUSY SPECIALS FROM THE Men's Wear Department MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. Near flannel In olive culnr. with collar attached, si/.es 14:-_. to 17'ar J1.7.'. Ilu-y I'.-.ce ................ 1.25 The city j. 1 elated over t Uuffey this :i hex tlegging. police t-ircli .-fry \\ ho o. . a � li'w, there � .. and there : that they ha\ fact. The story o uninteresting tectlve Wall's man named C and lengthy i the Dallas ho into Puffey's i traced the no and waiting. � a (tu iplclous i followed him whilst in the �asi>. ce are fei'lillt. il.s i he convict:.'ii i'i oruitig on a cloit ! lias long 1 ' 'ii i' iiat behind t'.e -a .onally run 11 sotne on,' hi. ,e  cry r.-a-on i . '.� above, sizes "J>. to :>. Huiv Price ............. LADIES' DONGOLA KID-  mi* strap slipper.s. All si'.s. Iiusy Pric'' ..... 4.49 KID- 2.49 DAINTY WAISTS. A very pretty line of White Muslin Waists, some plain and others .white woven Ktripe effects in a variety of mode) Regular value J2.'m. Iiusy Pi-be ........ Two Hours Only 1.29 FOR THE BOYS. I'ull- ov.|- Sweaters In khaki, grey and maroon A medium weight ribbed sweater with roll collar. Si/as 24 to 21',. Reg M.'.o. for ...... Si/.e.i 2S to :',2. Ilegular f for .. 1.19 1.39 PURE JAMS. 4 lb. palls of Wagsiaffcs' lllack Currant .lam. Iiusy Q-] Price.............. iflC Two Hours Only. INFANTS' SOFT SOLED UOOTS in colors sky. pink, rose and whit". These are very dainty. IJusy Vf.r.\ �*Q _ jiair .................. DVC INFANTS' MOCCASINS AND SLIPPERS, similar to above. P.usy Price, pair .........,..... 49c BUSY SPECIALS " FROM THE Grocery Department ;ry ti 35c JAPAN RICE of the very finest quality. Busy Price, '' lbs. for .......... DOMINION CORN FLAKES. Hiisy Price. 11 pkts. for ................ 36c A COMBINATION SPECIAL 1 tin corn. ] tin tomatoes. 1 iiu p�ars. Husy Price, tho (*Q tins for .............. �)�fC. in i ^ ' the arrest i^ riot at (me day .last week l '� . observed lUlflcy ;>-|.l a ieiin engaged in a il-' 'p onversatlon in front of .I. Hotii men the.'i got ar and drove oft Walll.i ti to Uuffey's res|deuc.u:fey has cleaned up fM,'n!0 hy hooileggliig llie past year. n search Glenn's room he found the latter ami i j |t. Mcintosh was also assessed two companions and ti bottle of whl-i- j jpi.un and costs for being Intoxicated key Glenn wits taken to h"ai!i|ua,--I --------- ters where after some difficulty It was j succeeded in getting an admission \ illsin authorities to deal with them Those between IS and 21 mid P.l and 4.r. have until October 12th lo register for service with the I'lilted States armies. Failing to do so they will come under the Military Somen Act of Canada, and should bo treated as would any other American who falls to register with the American consular agontK. ^HAT3QI|P||RS NEED When you  end your parcel to the front don't you want It to conttl ii Just what your friend most i^ssds? Read this letter and take the hint! Nothing ends pain like '/am-Huk, and pre. vents festering. Renumber, too, It is just as use* ful in your home. Mothers should always keep It handy for It Is it sure cure for ecze ma, ulcers, piles, und skin discuses generally' I HcKistered Undor Man Power Bill Only-Too I,ale lot-Some of Them. ORANGE BANQUET Toronto, Oct. I- The, Orange order throughout Ontario was represented In large numbers last night af a complimentary banquet given by the county Orange lodge of Toronto (o M. W. Brother H. W. Hocken, M.P., in honor of his recent election to tho office of grand master of the most worshipful grand Iodg� of North America, the head of the order from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. WON'T HANG Ottawa, Oct, 1.-Sentence of death passed on Peter Gilloux at Iteglnn hag been commuted to life imprisonment. Gilloux had been found gulltv of :nur-, der. The .statement is being made in some quarter* thai the llerald'a statement that none of the Mennonlles of tho now colonics bud registered, was wrong, and It Is declared by some interested parties that all the Mennon-ites registered at the post office here. The latter stateroom Is quite true. Tim Mennonlles, when thoy came Into the country, did register under the act by which Cuiuula's man and woman power was registered on June 22, last. Hut it is a fact that none of tho Mennonlles hnvo registered for military service, either under tho Selective Service Act of the United States or under tho Military Service Act of Canada Those of tho sect between tho ages of 21 and 111 who failed to register with an American consul or his agent prior to Saturday last automatically come under the Military Service Act of Canada, and it Is up to the Caua- BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" INVESTIGATE! No Mailer what may be loir] you, you cannot be sure which is the best piano for You unless you personally investigate. t The Mason & Risch Piano invites you to ascertain about it in the homes of your neighbors, and in the leading Musical Institutions of the land. They will inform you that it is without dispute the most dependable, tuneful, beautiful, and all satisfying piano. MASON 6c RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 3. LKTH�RIO0� ;