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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOBKH 3. 1018 MILADI Li.l ilHJillXW; DAILY IlKRAl.r? ! pro-war nvornge exports, 1 | Mnninvcr, ove*yi: pound of U. was 'unfilled on the other side and every ' powid ol' it has lu-lp':d in iim winning Di' Hir; war. | Crazy or .vorlh wh ilo---,v, hich ? PAGE NtNH RED CROSS E ALLOWANCE TO I BUSY TO ATTEND � PERSONAL.    Mr. and Mrs. floo. R f'eone. of Ham-on loft yesterday to visit In the western citioH.    Miss flarbnrii Pollock, of nrnyton, Ontario, is tho guest of Mrs. O. I/. Cllpperton.-Calgary Albortnn. m m m Mrs. A. H. Htlllman. of Calgary, one fif tin; successful candidates in ,don-tlstry at tho September examinations in Kdmonton, is the first woman don-tlat to graduate in Alberta, having passed In operative and prosthetic dentistry, which completes her final examination.    Mr. and Mrs. T,. Keel and family have returned from an extended visit, to V'ani'ouvpr ami other coastal cities. �   Mrs. M. Hapten entertained very pleasantly yesterday ufternoon in honor of Mrs. James Heard, of Lethbrhhte who Ik roncwitm- old friendships la Medicine J fat. Mrs. Heard celebrated I her (Mill birthday anniversary and I was the recipient of very many l?lfts. The afternoon was pleasantly I anil profitably .spent :-t He,I ."rnss \ work. While in the city Mrs. Heard is the guest nf Airs. K. C. Kill .Vev.-.s.  r  Mrs. Klizabelli Cook, returned home from her visit to Shelby ville Indiana, Chicago anil .Minneapolis.  � � Mrs. M. J. MoCambly returned this morning after a three months' visit in the oast. � *  Mr. .1. II. Cas.'iiily has returned after visiting at. Nelson, Il.C. SPANISH MAIL CARRIERS STRIKE I Madrid, Oct. :{.- The mail carrier:, I of Spain, numbering l'.'.nn'i, have gone I on strike. They demand nn increase in wages. : : : * > c-  : -&> e- � > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * $�> Mrs. Stevens' section of tho Kobe-kalis will meet, with Mrs. Pros:-or. r.:',n llith St. !�;., on Friday evening at S o'clock.  � � Tin- first regular meeting of the! mtr;i'- ih.-pai'linoiii. of the Matin-sis . ' i luh will lie held this evening at- the ' bom- "f Mr."- V.'. I-'. Nelson. I'.V.i KtU � ' St. .'-'mult, at. *. Any meiiiber planning!' to i-nt-t this department, Is invited Ui |' attend.  � � Members of the Maple Leaf Chapter No. V. O.H.S. v,ho are on committee.; |,,r di,. Ini/aar which is to be held on November i:i;ii. are asked to meet in the ?-l:1:onie rluli rooms on Friday al'ieriiooii at o'clock. Shipped to Calgary from Lothhridgo bruncli of the, Hod Cross. Number of pat.ienls in n.'-:pital be- ginning of month �i^ Admit tancus during t-i e mont h .. llll Number of mil ient ; discharged u.; during die month . Hi.", Heaths during month li Niimbi-r of pati-Tils in lio.-pltal at Victoria. Oct. 2.-Major W. .1. .Mar-geson. chnlrinan of the pay ami allowance hoard of Canada, has submitted a. proposal for increased allowances In soldiers' dependents to the local as social Ion of the Croat. War Veterans' association that has met with the endorsement of that. body. He said as a result of a close investigation 'hroiiglioiif. Iln; country he found a heavy increase would be unjustifiable. th aiknowleilj/e and thank Mr. A. llanon tor his donation of flowers. (Sgd.)K. A. McClarty, l.ady Supt. LIBERTY LOAN NEW STEPS FOR CONTROL H. C. OF L Publication of Fair Prices and Further Powers of Investigation THEATRES CLOSED FOR FLU' Washington, Oct ::. All theatres and picture shows In the District ol Columbia will be closed lifter tonight'' unMI Spanish influenza in war crowded W'a-hinglon i.- stamped out. Washington, Oct. - Liberty bond sales have passed the half billion dollar mark, hut tho country still is nearly that amount behind schedule tor the first four days of the campaign. Ottawa. Oct. ?,.--New cost-of-living regulations have been laid down by tho government on the recommendation of the minister of labor. Wider in their scope than the existing regit-lations. they provide for extended facilities of investigation: publication of fair prices; prosecution by a municipality or the minister of labor, if deemed necessary, in addition to the present, methods of prosecution by provincial attorney-general; the Inclusion of rental as a subject of investigation and power, under a general executive. MORE DEATHS FROM FLU' Sherbrooke. Que.. Oct. \\.-Two more deaths wore reported yesterday from Spanish inflwmza and medical men say the number of cases was Increased by about 100, making fully 7(i(i patients in the city. The Catholic school and St. Patrick's academy closed yesterday. BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE Mason $c Uted) ^tauofi "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" MASON & RISCH PIANOS DO NOT WEAR OUT They last throughout the lifetime of the family-are passed on from generation to generation giving unfailing pleasure and satisfaction. Mason & Risch pianos were first built almost fifty years ago-a/id those original instruments are today gVing the best of service.-Many of their owners say they are, "As Good As New" There |h no need of trying In make yourse 1 f believe that cheap, low prj-ed pianos are economical. 'Jliey cost moat in tho end. O./ning n MASON & RISCH l>t the best and truest ECONOMY. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 6. LETHBRIDGE The Best for Less and Satisfaction Comforters No matter what you pay you'll like the quality of our comforters. Priced from $4.00 up. You will find what you want at the Busy Store because our stock is right and when we say right we mean right in style, quality and price. Buying only dependable goods made in correct styles and selling these at moderate prices make a selling combination that cannot be beaten. The "best for less" is our motto. Blankets We couldn't sell them cheaper because they are all at last years prices- which means wholesale prices. I I COATS Never have wo folt more confident of tho correctness of the style n:ul fit of our ladies' coats. Tbero are little touches that makn them different. Our sales of coats even at this early date have proven that it pays to shop at Hylands. PLAIN GREY TWEED COAT This 1h ono of 1hf finest values -wo have ever offered. A heavy ICngllsh twcoil in dark grey shade, made with largo collar which protects tho faco during cold in ft{\ " weather. Half lined and onlv ... 1"�UV TWEED COATS Mndo from best quality of imported English tweeds. All good fitting styles. Ilelteil back, collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy buttons. At a muuVrnto q�j fn price........................... 3C*d\J GREY VEL0UR A grey vclouf coat, mado In a very attrae-tivo stylo with novelty sldo panels, high con-vertlblu collar and full skirt, collar ami punolH trimmed with Alaska sable nrA AA fur, Bttlln lined, at ......... ---- I U.vU TWEED COAT A serviceable stylo, made of Imported twocul, half lined with good (piaUty of lining. Tho collar and cuffs of crushed plush and large patch pockets, ^2 JJQ PLUSH COAT Tho finest vnluo we could procure In black plush at a popular prico, tnado wttu not in slee.vo, wldo belt and largo collar, trimmed with Iuito plush buttons. Lester's quality plush, and m r* AA only'........................... 4D.UU WEEK-END : SPECIALS: On Sale Friday and Sat. Only LADIES' VESTS BOYS' SWEATER SPECIAL Ladies' Cotton Yosts in fine even weave. Made with Ioiir sleeve and hii;h neck. Theso vesta are a line we carried over from last year as they Hiitiiu in ton late. This year you buy them at last year's prices. Worth fide each. Week Kml Special, :: for .................... 1.00 75c LADIES' HOSE Mill pair of Ladlos' Fall Weight of Cotton Moso. Full fashioned and kooiI uuality In cashmere finish. Killl ramie ol sizes. Worth easily 4Dc pair. 1 aa Week Kml Special, II pair for I.wv FLANNEL SPECIAL 200 yards of finest Pure Wool l-'lan-nel in lfKht or dark grey shades. A bin-fcam ijjvlii iij tlio S0aa->-i that yti'.i re-uulro it tho most. ItouKht rltfht and sellini; (his week at wholesale. |ja Week Kml Special, yard ......DUC IDO only Hoys' Grey Sweaters, made in the pullover style. These are Hiir-lish mado and are Rood fitting and Just the thliiK for the boyB for early fall wear, sizes 3