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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN, MILADI 35   > 11 I PERSONAL  ! f�  Miss K. Brodio was a visitor In Bar-. ons at the end of the weok.    Mrs. W, Frame lias returned from visiting friends in Medicine Hat.  �  Mrs. PInyle of Foremost was a visitor in tho city last week.  � i A. A. McDenn Is in the city. He i� moving hiB family to Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. McBoan have been citizenB of Fernte for nearly 19 yearB and their departure will bo deeply regretted by a host of friends.-Fernie Free Press.   � Mrs. R. T. Brymner was a visitor in Calgary for the week-end.  *  r Charles Wilson, who came to / a short time ago from Vic- { Apects to leave shortly for \. .Age, where he has been trans- it . to tho Bank of Nova Scotia.- C:$�0a"ry Canadian.  �  Mrs. F. Hundy left on Saturday for Reglna to join her husband, Inspector Hundy, after visiting friends in the city.   m Judge and Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. J. N. Ritchie were motor visitors at MagratU last evening to attend tho annuel meeting of the Red Cross.    Mr. J. R. Oliver left yesterday ifor the coast, where he will Teside In 'future.    Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay and children returned yesterday from a three months' visit to Montreal and Ca-courui.    Pte. Raymond Van Hecke left on Monday for Victoria, where he expects to train preparatory to going overseas to Siberia.  *  Mrs. T. A. Stradal returned on Thursday last after spending two months visiting relatives in the States. -Taber Times.    Alex Campbell left on Friday last for San Francisco for the purpose of bidding farewell to one of his brothers who is shortly leaving for overseas service with American forces.- Taber Times.  *  ? CHURCHES AMD SOCIETIE8 * As so many local organizations are contemplating .sending Xmas. parcels to our men at the front, and in many cases the addresses are incorrect, will all those who have relatives over- Quality and Price Tell the Story in no Uncertain Way IT IS OUR CONSTANT AIM TO GIVE YOU AS WE HAVE lf� THE PAST THE HIGHEST QUALITY AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE. THIS WAS OUR OBJECT IN MAKING LARGE PURCHASES EVEN IN FACE OF WHAT THEN APPEARED TO BE ADVERSE CONDITIONS TO SELLING A BIG STOCK, BUT IT HAS PAID AS WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO OFFER YOU VALUES THAT WE CANNOT DUPLICATE TODAY. COME IN AND'BE CONVINCED OF RYLANDS' QUALITY AND RYLAND'S .VALUES AND PRICES. RAIN COAT This is a mixed tweed in splendid style, made with raglan sleeves and with neat cuff, wide belt and convertible collar, mannish pockets. Splendid quality, ^ j qq MOTOR COAT This is an ideal coat for motoring or early fall wear. Made of suede cloth in khaki shade with patch pockets, wide belt and convertible Collar, ' ... at ............>.�.�.'---- 28.00 RAINCOAT A very attractive style, made" with belt, patch pockets* set ia.sleeves and convertible collar. Comes ia # grey tweed so useful and serviceable, 18.00 BOYS' SWEATER COATS Heavy union sweater coats for boys' school wear. Made In coat style and close fitting "neck. These coats were bought over a year ago so you can judge of the value yourself. Sizes | aa 28, 30 and 32................................ 1*VV STRIPED FLANNELETTE 2.25 This is a line of flannelette we are just a little proud of as the .value is away above today's prices. It comes in assorted stripes and 1b good medium weight. 34 inches wide. Qfl*� At, yard................................................ OUC CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS ThlB Is a very popular priced garment, made in good quality of natural wool, drop seat and high neck, full range of sizes. This . quality startB in two year sizes, at suit..............................,.................... LADIES'VESTS This is a shipment that was delayed for a long time in transit over a year ago so that today they are worth almost double the money. Made with long sleeve and high neck of fine knitted CA_ cotton. Special vaiue at............................. �JvC CHAMOISETTE GLOVES Ladles' Washable Chamolsette Gloves. TheBe are tfce most useful and serviceable gloves made for fall wear. In black, white or grey, full range of Bizes. The be�t fitting gloves made. | *% r Pair ............................'............................. lafcD BOYS'COMBINATIONS Boys' Wool Combinations, made in good fitting and good wearing quality. We have a full range of sizes at present so make your/ selection early. The price la reasonable and starts at, O OC suit'..................................................... UlUV COATS FOR FALL AND WINTER Lest you forget we wish to remind you of the quality and stylo of our ladies' fall and winter coats. Made in exclusive styles, man tailored from the highest quality of popular fabrics. Wo can pleaso you no matter what you want to pay. SPECIAL NOTICE This store will bo open tomorrow and every week day until C p.m. and Saturdays until 9 p.m., but will close promptly at these hours in order to conform to the government by-law. RYLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE seas kindly leave the address at the Patriotic. Fund office, post office building, as bhey are assisting in compiling the lists for parcels. ' � * � * The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Hyssop, 609 13th St. N., on Wednesday afternoon for.Red Cross sewing. * �  The Daughters and Maids of England will hold a whist drive and dance in the S.O.K. hall on Wednesday evening, October 9, at 8.15. * *  The Girls' Auxiliary will meet at the club house at 7.30 this evening. Every member is asked to attend. �.  � The Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D.K. will resume their work for the winter in the Red Cross rooms on Thursday evening at 7.45. Every member is requested to be present as Red Cross work is very much needed. mm* The next-of-kin are holding a whist drive and dance on Thanksgiving day, Oct. 14th, in the Voteraus' club room. Proceeds are to be used for sending parcels to Lethbridge boys overseas. Needs' orchestra in attendance.  * * The Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D.E. wish to thank the following tor socks sent in: Convent, 9 pairs, Miss Chisholm 4, Theresa Lacey 1, Patricia Ward 1, Kathleen Enright 1, Vera Tennant 1, Katie Petras 1, Katharine Rooney 1, Mrs. De Veber 1, Mrs. Muggins 3, Mrs. Conybeare 11, Mrs. Brewer 2, Mrs. Brown Pipes 2, Mrs. Howard Pyc 5, Mrs. John Nibloclc, Victoria, B.C.. i), Mrs. Alastair Grander 2, Mrs. Sid Russell 2, Mrs. C. Wakelin 1, Mrs. Hunter 1, Miss Sadie Hunter 1, Mrs. George Short 1, Mrs. Tom Short 1.  *  Mrs. Fox's section of Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet at her home on 534 14th St. South, tomorrow afternoon at ?, o'clock. � * * The ladies' gymnasium 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 at 4.15, ladies in the evening at 7.30. The same fee will he charged as for the last season for swimming and gymnasium. Mr. Brooks, the physical director of the Y.M.C.A., has kindly consented to conduct these classes. � * * *5> * ** **  WEDDINGS jt �j� �j� *ji *5� *J� �� �J� �J* �J� �J� *� *t* MILLER-BROWN Married, at 12 Leven Street, Ren-ton, England, on the 19th of August, by Rev. John MaeLean, Private Joseph Miller, Canadian Infantry (Lethbridge, Alberta), to Janet (Jenny), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. Pte. Miller enlisted in the 10th Battalion from Lethbridge, going overseas about three years ago. His parents reside in the city. *  * . * FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK It does not pay to evade the food laws, as a good many Canadians are finding out to their cost. All violations are being followed up with summary punishment and within tho last few months a large number of eating houses, candy manufacturers and bakers have found themselves closed up or with their licenses suspended for a time. , It is the 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. THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED The matter of appointing a chairman for tho Southern Alberta Victory Loan committee was left to the bank managers of the city at tho last mooting, and last night it was unanimously decided by thein that the man for tho position was A. G. Baalim of the Baalim Motor Cyo. The following committee was also appointed: W. A. Buchanan. M. P., Johu Home, C. Mcintosh. K. II. Wilson, R. V. Gibbon.s, .S. S. Dunham, G. B. MacKay, Geo. Green, Hugh .Macbeth, Capt. McKenzie, A. Williamson, E. Livingstone, W. J. Xelson. Alex. Johnson, Hugh Crawford, R. Barrow-man. F. A. Stoltze, T. M. Christie, H. D. Phillips. .1. Scott,' I). T. Yates, A. B. Hogg, J. Quigley, J. B. Wilkie, F. W. Downer, George Stacey, Frank Colpman, F. Spooner, Ii. R. Davidson, D. E. Harris, .J. S. Shepherd, M. Mc-Mahon, Thos. Quinn. city police get g bootleg Alex. Duffy Caught and Fine of $150 Imposed-Will Appeal Case. The city police are feeling decidedly elated over the conviction of A'ex Duffey this morning on a charge of bootlegging. It has long been felt in police circles that behind the smaller fry who occasionally run foul of the law, there was some one higher up. and there is every reason to believe that they have established this as a fact. The story of the arrest is not at all uninteresting. One day last week Detective Wallis observed Duffey and a man' named Glenn engaged in a deep and lengthy conversation in front of the Dallas hotel. Both men then got into Duffey's car and drove off. Wallis traced the men to Duffey's residence and waiting, saw Glenn come out with a suspicious bulge in his pocket. He followed him to a loom he occupied whilst in the city and then obtained a search ' warrant. Returning to Glenn's room he found the latter and two companions .and a bottle of whiskey. Glenn was taken to headquarters where after some difficulty it was succeeded in getting an admission WHAT^OKDiillS NEED. When you � end your parcel to the front, don't you want it to contain just what your friend most t beautiful shades of brown and blue. These are very smart, sizes 4 to 7 years. Regular $0.00. Busy r* nn Price ................. O.aCaf FOR THE BOYS. Pullover Sweaters in khaki, grey and maroon. A medium weight ribbed sweater with roll collar. Sizes 24 to 2G. Reg- -i ia ular $1.50, for ...... x.I" Sizes 28 to 32. Regular $2.00, for...... 1.39 PURE JAMS. 4 11). pails of Wagstaffes' Black Currant Jam. Busy 01 *� Price.............. 511C Two Hours Only. CONGOLEUM RUGS. 12 only, size 4%x4ya. A yide range of designs and colorings to choose from. Regular $3.75.  n qq Busy Price .........., UmVO BUSY SPECIALS , FROM THE Shoe Department Ladies' Gunmetal BUTTON BOOTS with Cuban heels, 7 In. tops; also Gunmetal Blucher, similar to above, sizes 2% to 5. Bmy A AO Price ................. ^�Tt�7 LADIES' DONGOLA KID- one strap slippers. All o /i q sizes. Busy Price ..... INFANTS' SOFT SOLED BOOTS in colors sky, pink, rose and white. These are very dainty. Busy Prtc^, CO - pair .................. DtJC INFANTS' MOCCASINS AND SLIPPERS, similar to above. Busy Price, yjQ pair ................... 49C BUSY SPECIALS " � FROM THE * j Grocery Department JAPAN RICE of the very finest quality. Busy Price, OF 3 /lbs. for.............. JSC DOMINION CORN FLAKES. Busy Price, 3 pkts. for ................ 36c A COMBINATION SPECIAL -1 tin corn, 1 tin tomatoes, 1 . tin pears. Busy Price, the r'n 3 tins for ............;. DifC from him as to where he got the whiskey, namely Duffey's house. Duffey was arrested on a charge of selling liquor and despite the fact that he produced contradictory evidence, that of Glenn and the police was sif-ficient to convict him. He was fined $150.00 and costs. R. C. Hendry appearing for the accused, appealed the case. Rumor has it that Duffey has cleaned up $20,000 by bootlegging the past year. J. R. Mcintosh. was also assessed $10.00 and costs for being intoxicated. t military service Registered Under Man Power Bill Only-Too Late for Some of Them. dian authorities to deal with them. Those between 18 and 21 and 3J and 45 have until October 12th to register for service witli the United States armies. Failing to do so they will come under the Military Service Act of Canada, and should be treated as would any other American who fails to register with the American consular agents. ORANGE BANQUET Toronto, Oct. 1.-The Orange order throughout Ontario was represented in large numbers last night at a complimentary banquet given by the; county Orange lodge of Toronto to; M. W. Brother H.. .W. Hocken, M.P.,' in honor of his recent electipn to the> office of grand master of the most: worshipful grand lodge of North America, the head of the order from the Atlantic to the Pacific. WON'T HANG ' Ottawa, Oct. 1.-Sentence, of death passed on Peter Gillouy at Regina has' been commuted to life imprisonments Gilloux bad been found guilty of murder. or*- |FR�Ii3&! : Send tbia advt. name, uddrost, and lc. stamp (return postage) and tv e will send trial box. v The statement is being made in some quarters that the Herald's statement that none of the Mennonites of the new colonies had registered, was wrong, and it is declared by some interested parties that all the Mennonites registered at the post office here. The latter statement is quite true. The Mennonites, when they came into the country, did register under the act by which Canada's man and woman power was registered on June 22, last. But it is a fact that none of the Mennonites have registered for military service, either under the Selective Service Act,of the United States or under the Military Service Act of Canada. Those of the sect between the ages of 21 and 31 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 Cana- BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" INVESTIGATE! No Matter what may be told you, you cannot be sure which is the best piano for You unless you personally investigate. 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. j They will inform you that it 'is without dispute the most dependable, tuneful, beautiful, and all satisfying piano. RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE 11473313 ;