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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IUHSDAY, OC.TOUKU 2, I'Jl'J ii, U-.liii.iulA.i. PAGE PHONE 1224 KaLhlccn Southard Klies From Vulcan to Calgary With tapl. McCall 'i> Tlir CAUiAllY. Ocl. -_'.- When Cap' ivd Mi-Call, aviator. relumed TO Calgary Ironi Vulcan laal iiighi. where had been iiorrtirtning during ilie Ijr. A. (I. Itobi'ilsoti leaves today for! day. lie carried with liim as IIUSSCM rii-ui'krllk', Onl. Miss Kathleeu Southard, fonner- fly a resident of Miss l.teul. and MKS. I.HUT have re-1 Sou'.lianJ has iljo distinction (if Lit'lng (uim-d td Itui vl1> after spending a, [iho first woman to luke u o? any [ilra5.inl holiday ui Nt-lsLUi. jlvnxlh with C'api. .Mi-Call. I Mifis tiouthard IravfllrJ in lh'.f .Mr. .Xuruiau lligmbolhaiti tell yes--front sea', with IJrcu uml ttiK ti-ulay for Montreal, where resume his studies m Maiil! has carrkd luro others wiili LETTERS FROM WOMEN one of liHtcrs dubailtted In liie Horalj'.s "Tlir- .Vlverl'st- LiK'Hl Tim! liiK-rfvteJ Me Ihr Mojif lompcunuLj Tbe judges iLu letleis only: ihey iioi rctjui.'ttnJ lo ihoir vityvE on ihu adveriiEenients but simply lo ik-cidu wlik-h laOy Mi-Git: Hie bt-si Idler. THIRD PRIZE LETTER til. Xoith, 1 l ba'J the phasi numerous lids irr for uiif niolill your aji'l alirr duir Liave Jt-, ridt-'l Mint ilie OIK liifcrtPd by ihe SimjituLi Co. (jii was MIP JIlll lilt; he "will Jii also ihe (irsl time Ihflt I'api. Jlrrallj in Mils ad. ID bring ill i.' rMt'lrr- JNII] iili extruded trip. Tlicy inadt: the i fnmi Valt'iin lo Itunnr'Ss in 211 of .Mjliiary iJi-irk'i No. 13. putiird by his suff. is rusliltiiL in Uic ilty during MIP J'rince'a visit. Ilaarlcui uiL] anJ coniiiioillous liosp ln'U.u1 insiiccUon Salurday frjni 4 to G and SaluMyy from 7 to 9- Ual for iflcrnoun evening CHURCHES AND SOCIETfES v As nlEht last Uia tiavo MIPIH IJUfd for to as 1 a F ro- thf uoo-Jp Mr. and cttry ilcin KO it guiro lut of trouble and ,Ininty ajvay lo ihe OTilcr f lurjT fdr tin-in, an I tiJiiv by coin- it nv-uld IJP insijossiblfe in get lif-H-.T valiio for my money. I had Mie ol examining iho Ittlove liuyriK. Ho are rcnrosis why I like ad. Thanking yn'j, Mr. KUiinr, for Mns oppDrtunity ;ifforded 10 my ETC'iJtimcuis, Ynurs irnly. .MIIS. .lOJiX TJiL- AnciGiil Order ol are a dance in Die K. of P. liall I on ig hi. Mrs. I'rosjcr's and Mr_B, Nuve's sec- liun of ilic Ilebckalis wJl'l tiK'ct lonior- evciiiiiK IKriday) al (lie home cf Mrs. Prcsscr, SOS Avc. Trie monthly meeting ot ihc Wom- an's Auxiliary lo the Y. C. A. lias been poslpnnoa until next Friday af- ternoon, Oct. 10th, when it is lioped tax rctun members -will mako an effort to Tai aci. Attend. a result of ;i mri-ln Ijy lifjunr braruli of the Alhcrtn Liquor Act WGL-C arrcstc-r] j GERMAN EMBASSY In the restricted area and c-lsewhorc. j IN PARIS REOCCUPIED? Pearl Miller. Minnie and Idlua 1'prry appearcil before iJnr roll, and botiif; convicted, lined Knn vnn hearl ot Mic Jl'.O and tatli. J man lull YerbuiUr.-: >Ci Furllier iirrosts ivere Cotar-! tej-iiay aiul weni ID tlic Gennsm LTII- Wia. lluslon. John C. ;iu'-! at I'.iriri.- The German pniiiflssy Jlaiichc Moran. Tliuy wsrc lidimik'l' IK-L-II ofliciiilly vacant ct ball mnl will apijc.-vr Icfore Mas slratc Hurrcll later. Tho TiTCparalory scrvico will Jinld1 In the Knos school room tomor- row evening al 7.30 o'clock. Erery- bocty welcome. Immedlalely fallowing Iliis service ibe choir practico ivlll be held. The memhcrG o[ Maple Leaf Chap- ter Xo. 7 O. E. S., arc requested to note change ol nicctiuB night for the montU of OcLohcr. This will fid on Wednesday. Ocloher SMi, in- stead ol the usual evening. Mrs. Uoaworth's and Mrs. Carter's acctlon ol the Rebefcahs will meet al the home of Mrs. Hullon. 41g 12lh SL. C north, tonight at S o'clock. The ladles aid ol Kncx church will I A meet for their regular monthly ing lomorrqw (Friday) afternoon at o o'clock In the school room or churcli. i ihu of von Schu-is of tiio war. D. .Tennines, Sytlncy, .N. S.. nitd for not nilliiB his iiu-omu tax return JB reyuircd liy Ihe liirome THINGS TO REMEMBER TJiat the war has cost Can- ada more titan a billion dollars. A CAPITAL TO AVOID "FLU" Well WortJi Trying. That the war cipensc docs riot end when "ceapfi fire1' Is soundC'd. That your dollars arck reiiuir- cd to help Ihc men broken In in ibc war into remunerative occupations. Thai your money is neeiltd to foot Ihc bill for the expend- iture upon derucbiiizatlon. That you c.iunot lake long chnnues ou conlluueil pros- perlly. It is vour duly lo puL all you can into the 131P Victory The raontlily racellnp'of the Loan, and mahc preparations Indies aid ol Wesley church was held yesterday in the church It was decided lo hold the annual bazaar on December 2nd. Nothing ticpd be Raid'of the attractive offerings which will he displayed as everyone fcnous ihe bazaars held under the auspices of this Focicly aro always superior. Kemembcr llic dale, Tuesdav, Dcccni- lier 2ail. Ol s1l Hie snpufMious mzdc for prtventifig the none Eceins lo be wuilhy of trial iban ihe use p. Dominion (Cascaia Dioiniclc QiuuiiieTibicls) iumiejialdy Ihc and. iucHMiinjjllitfsecret LOUS o! the auil liver, clears the system ivilh certainly yet williouL L-fTccls. Tlierc arc none of the peculiar lo the Snlnliato of Qiiininr. Miiile by oM and reliable firm, Thr National Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.- Al all'dnicgisu, in Uic Red Boxes. 10 To Rid Yourself of La Grippe, Colds NEURALGIA, HEADAOICS. u nOMINION C. G. Q. -zbleU (in Ihe red 25 ccnb. v CANADA'S WELCOME Kroui far I'rincc r-xhvard Island's And Fundy'.s foaming tide. A of welcome pours, A cry of joy ami pride. Ami mingled wllli iho losing surge, And saunil of ocean gales. HICSD heartfelt words of Joy emerge, j "Uod bios the Prince on- Wales." j The inliiiH of mlglily Hloinitlgn 1 Ilavc heard llic cry froin fur, And from C'ajie Diamond every yun hark an answrring roar, Iteneatrj Mont Tloyal's tree clatl lioigh'. i A mighty concourse halls 1 com ITT (f with rejoicing qhoiit, Ijleas the Prince of Wales.1' I-'roin old Oiilarfo'e loyal hearts ahouls of welcome rise. Tlie seagull tt'er Ihiron slarta Tu licnr the joyoitB erica. Aiul Thunder Cnpo to Hie Eoiiiul that shakes the falls, Where (he Twin Cities shoal anew Blcsu the 1'rince of WAlcs." Where Winnipeg loolis out On fields of billowy grain, The throng again lakc.s up Uic sliout Anil wnfls H n'er the plain. whealfiClds vasl, Allnrln's hllla nnd Ii untu the lloclclc.i' crest, "God Mess ULC L'r.nce ot Vales." Ti s i) i mils from orchnrd, nilnlnp camp, IftTp canyon and wfdc stream. ocean liner, co.iallng tramp, in Vancouver's Rli-am, by hmuf.coits Isle Tlir wchtcrji sunsel failf, Uic lifianl 1'acifh: chnnlt; the while. "Out! bless ilic Prince of Wales." Ihc heir to I'rUiila'R niifihty crown, hntl him with acclaim, Around him nil Ihrc honnrg throng That wreathe Vlctorra'a nanie. J'lJiico of a Ilcalm wrjtiso iKiunds All carlhly cmplrr. iialc.i. J-'rom sea (o eea Ihe cry reFtmnrls. ''Gcrl blnss tlic Prince of U'nlos." Oud him, and may AUcnd whale'er ho flo, llfs sunnj' iinMe, his: face Hare 'won our hearts ancvr, AnO fhould kind Heaven .soinf: day bring The firowri that none assaitx. Mix pcojiln's allctid the We loved nn Prince of Whles. Tauc-r- LINOLEUM AND OILCLOTH RUGS FOR Economy Floor Covering We have just opened another slupmeiil ot thess goods, sizes 6x9, and 9x12. Splendid palterns and colorings, suitable (ov any room. Remember the name LINOLEUM or OIL- CLOTH. Ask for the kind wilh the CANVAS BACK. DINING ROOM SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Eight piece, solid oak dining aniic !ii s rich [uui'.'d finish. Bulfcl Is a larica sized one with mirror hack, vtry roomy eiip- boai-cl and usual drawers. Table is IS'Inch lop cxlu'idlug to six Tccl, has heavy basf. Cthalrs arc very well inarte uilb scnls covered ID This eultc Is wcrtb loOay Friday and Saturday, 5131.50 EXTENSION TABLE Quarter tut oak extension table, funicil rinipii, with roviud lop, IS inch, extends Ui six Regular Friday and Saturday, DINING CHAIRS fid of dining rhiir3. five Email nnd one ami. Matte full box peal, hiocvf-d cnrneTR pad .covered In (cslllc leather IV.iinc nf selected qviarlcr cut oak in Kirly PingUsh linlsli. ulnr ?oj.OO, Friday and Saturday, BAWDEN BROS. SOUTH ALBERTA'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS LETHDRIOGE THIRD AVE. S. PHONE 625 HULL BLOCK In dress-goods and silks, in staples and wash goods. in hosiery and gloves, in corsets and underwear, in millinery, in furs, in outer garments of every descrip- tion. This big store stands ready to meet your needs in a way that would do credit lo stores h cities many limes larger than Lethbridge, and at prices which again emphasize the fact that it means much money haved to shop at Clarke's. Previous Stocks off Otafter Garaieots Can in Anyway Compare With This Season's Showing. Beautiful Suits, Handsome Smart Skirls, Becoming Dress- es, Dainty Waists, Special Value Petticoats .Elaborate Kimonas, Pretty Sweaters. MANY LATE SHIPMENTS DY FREIGHT AND EXPRESS HAVE JUST COME TO HAND THIS WEEK AND WILL BE ON DISPLAY AND SALE TOMOR- ROW AND SATURDAY FOR THE FIRST TIME. THEY ARE WORTH A SPE- CIAL VISIT AT ANY TIME, DUT MORE ESPECIALLY JUST NOW WHEN THE SECURING OF THE MOST SUITABLE THANKSGIVING OUTFIT IS UPPERMOST IN THE MINDS OF SO MANY WOMEN. Pattern Hats to S20.00 JUST ARRIVED THIS WEEK This loi fill, in xvha: loqurcd to make (lie shoa- ir.i; camiileu-. Handsome French Pat- terns. Just one of a kind. Ail exclusive willi this store. A Wonderful Collection of Fall Suits Plain and fur trimmed styles, cora- pristaB close 10 a hundred new Fall models, made ot richest colorings IFI broadcloths, gaberdines, serge, Iricotinc, etc. Special values at 550.00, GO-GO and Special Most Attractive Fall Coats Ever Shown by This Store. Materials are (reizcs, tweeds, vel- ours and silvcrtonea in z very com- plete variety or and files, plain unit fur trimniEd models at prices fully as low as those ot a year Other prices ai 572.50, S87.SO, up to aluts at 547.50 and 550.00. Othir prices, SS5.00, S75.00 and up to ?100.00. Heavy Velour Kiraonas lal. value at 58.50 to Special, value at 58.50 -to Fine Serge Dresses Various colors, i Special Value Serge Suits r A Ulack ami navy, late styles. at Silk Waists Plain -abj stripes. S7.50 O rn o 1.; O.DU Silk Frill PetticoaU Special sale Price. at..............................._. DiUU Lovely Georgette Waists Veo1 attractlvri line -I AA at.............................. 1U.UU Fine Segre Skirts Eitta speciel values al -11 CA 510.00 and ll.OU Pretty Silk Poplin Skirts Special values at -l A AA HANDSOME FALL DRESSES IN SERGE, SILK, GEORGETTE, ETC. A splendid sbo-A'iriE now tor your npijroval in i complete range of'sizus from 16 to -H. HANDSOME NOVELTY SKIRTS IN SILKS AND WORSTEDS A nrouderlul sbowiug ol the newest ideas for Fall In both styles end materials, sizes 'Jl 16 34. up to Complete new in sulis amL union Euil5p for women In reg- ular and 0. S. young Ian- ies of liie 'ifen pirlf- ihilclrcu and babies. Values this season -are especially good by rea- son of very early piWr- chases before the sharp- est advances were put on. iving To Go With Ihe New Out- .fit. Silke, LiFLes, CaEhmcrca. etc In most complete variety, of riualilies and colors; nlsu child- ren's hosiery in. Fine ribbed lisle and cashmere. Heavy Silk and Tvhile ami., all colors- Included. Finest Silk to Plain, rihted top, and tie new ilrop stitch included in rarioua colors. Silk Lisle Tine quality in regutar. and 0. S. sizes, black and while. .some'TLbbcU lops. 'oy ing-.Wear In georgettes, crepe de chine.v crepe meteors, nets, etc., with gold and silver laces to go with them. Georgettes, all colors, o rn ?2.60 to.............J.DU Crepe rie all col- O Cft ors, 51.75 to........ Salins, AA and D.UU Crcpo Mclcora, J PA nnd............ Dainty Satin, 51.75 O'Cfl to IS-lnth (Johl Silver Inco, ?4.50 find ____ 27-inch Grjhl .ond Silver o ?7.oO to______ 6 lo 12 Inch uohl and o Silver Lace, to I D Boys' Sweaters and Odd Pants Complete New Slock for boys from 4 lo 10 years of age. PURE WOOL SCOTCH KNIT SWEATERS Colors, navy, hrown, grey. plain or with tonlrasllns slrJpo. to BOYS'ODD PANTS In iwccils anfl corduroy. 4 to 10 year sizes. to 53.50 orate Styles- in :Furs- -Ever; Shown in ;the: Gity' But fashion calls for just such styles and ive have provided them in splendid var- iety. NOTHING BUT FURS OF FINEST QUALITY ARE EVER SHOWN BY THIS STORE AND WE STAND BACK OF.EVERY GARMENT WE SELL.WITH AN' ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION. FINEST RAT COAT 50 inches long, SO' inch .sweep, rich dftik skins, silk poplin lined. Very apccinl raluc. Badger Sets Natural Wolf Black Wolf Black Wolf Taupe Wolf White Sable Sets Finest-Beaver Set Finest Sable Sets and Finest Mink HUDSON SEAL COAT y Msdo with farge sablo capr> and cuUs to inalch. 36 inches belled or din IJE worn pliJn. Iwn year lining, Hudson Seal Stole (pockets) Beaver Stole, with packets Hudson Seal Cape Hudson Seal and Sable Stole Ring-tail Oppossum Stole Hudson Seal Opposum Capes Hudson Seal Oppossum Set Plain Hudson Seal Set Hudson Seal and Sable Set 614 3rd Aye.'South CLARKE CO. Lethbrirjge -Alberta ;