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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918 L;:i HBRIDGE DAiLY HKRAL.� PAGE NltfB  * � i PERSONAL    . IVIr. an* MN. Goo',,E. Peene, of Hamilton left yesterday to visit in [ho wostern cities' " ......  Miss Barbara Pollock, of Drayton, Ontario, is the guest of Mrs. O. L. Cllpporton.-Calgary Albortan. .Mrs. A. R. sHllmari, of Calgary, one of the successful candidates in dentistry at the.jSeptomber examinations in Edmonton, is the first -woman dentist to graduate in Alberta, having passed in operative and prosthetic dcn-1 istry, which completes her final examination.    Mr. and Mrs. L. Keel and family have returned from an extended visit ito Vancouver and qther coastal cities.    'Mrs. M. Esplcn 'entertained very pleasantly yosterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. James Beard, of Lethbridge who is renewing old friendships In Medicine Hat. Mrs. Beard celebrated her 64th birthday anniversary and was- the recipient of very many dainty gifts. The afternoon was pleasantly and profitably spent at Red Cross work. While in the city Mrs. Beard is the guest of Mrs. R. C. Black.- Medicine Hat News. * * � Mrs. Elizabeth Cook returned home :from her visit to Shelbyville. Indiana, Chicago and Minneapolis. m m  �Mrs. M. .T. McCanibly returned this morning after a three months' visit in the east. s � *  Mr. .1. H. Cassidy has returned after visiting at Nelson, B.C. SPANISH MAIL CARRIERS STRIKE Madrid, Oct. 3.-The mail carriers of STJiiin, numbering 12,000,thave gone on strike. They demand a'n increase in wages. As long as you delay trying BLUE RIBBON TEA �c long do you postpone a plea* ure easily acquired * ? CHURCHES AND 80CIETIES * ? * | Mrs. Stevens' section of the Rebe-1 kahs will meet with Airs. Prosaer, ",:{() 12th St. S., on Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  * * The first regular meeting of the music department of the Ma-thesis club will be held thiB evening at the home of Mrs. W. F. Nelson, 643 8th St. South, at 8. Any member planning to enter this department, is invited to attend.   � Members of the Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, O.E.S. who are on committees for the bazaar v/hich is to be held on November lllth, are asked to meet in the Masonic, club rooms on Friday afternoon at .3 o'clock. � � � The -home nursing division of St. John Ambulance brigade overseas held its first lecture of dietetics last evening with practlacl work in invalid cooking. The first aid classes will likely be resumed next week. � � > The regular monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission Board will be held in the Y.M.C.A. on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.    Anybody having royal crown soap wrappers are asked to please send them in during this month to Mrs. R. Needs at U'44 5th Ave. A. South. �  *  ** *C* ** �* **  *  > ? ? > ? ? > ? ? ? ? > ? The Food Board Person was sitting within earshot of a couple of talkative women. I "Bacon for me," chirruped the one. "I se3 they've lifted the restrictions off it. Why they ever put them on goodness only knows. It's crazy to have laws like that. They're not needed." Crazy, was it? They would hardly seem to be to any one who ki.ows the facts. As a result of these restrictions and the educational propaganda of the Canada Food Board, the export of bacon overseas was increased in the last year by 571 per cent as compared with the pro-war averag'e^exportB. Moroover, evory pound of it was nooded on,.�ho other side and every pound of it has helped in the winning of the war. . Crazy or worth"-while-which? * ' *'; * .j. > > : : > .;..;. * ? 4 amputation slings, 24 head bandages,, (>, amputation sox, i> nurses' aprons," 108 T. bandages, ."(> many-tailed 'bandages. Total 2027 articles. Mrs. V7. Scott and Mrs. .T. S. Stewart. E * > ? * * ? MONTH., OF SEPTEMBER ? ? ? : ? :> ? : Number of patients in hospital beginning of month ............ 42 Admittances during the month .. ,104 14ti Number of patient? discharged during the month ............ 105 Deaths during month .......... 6 Number of patients in hospital at end of month ................ ">n 14fi Lowest number during month .. 35 Highest number during month .. 42 Daily average during month .... 47.5 Number of hospital days for- Private patients ..........441 Ward patients (paying) ...... 792 Ward patients ffree),......... 192 Total number of dayx during the month ................1425 Number of operations under general anaesthesia ............. 43 Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia ............ 11 Number of patients treated in outdoor department ............. 0 Number of dressings and treatments in outdoor department . IS The hospital wishes to acknowledge and thank Mr. A. Harron for his donation of flowers. (Sgd.)E. A. McClarty, l.ady.Supt. SOLDIER'S KIN Victoria. Oct. 2.-Major W. .1. Mar-geson. chairman of the pay and allowance board of Canada, has submitted a proposal for increased allowances to soldiers' dependents to the local as sociatiou of the Great War Veterans' association that has met with (he endorsement of that body, lie said as a result of a close investigation throughout the country he found a heavy increase would be unjustifiable, there being many districts where such a course is unnecessary, but in places, such as Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary and Winnipeg, the present scale was altogether inadequate, lie proposes a system which places each district on its own merits as to the am-cfunt paid to dependents instead of a flat rate all over the country. BUSY TO ATTEND Methodist General Conference Won't Have Baronet to Advise it This Year Hamilton. Onl., Oct. 2.-In thefact (hat 500 ministers and probationers of the Methodist churches, a third of the whole total of those of military age. health and strength, had answered the call to service in the Canadian army, and that five-sixths of these had gone with the combatant services, Rev. Dr. D. S. Ohown, in his quadrennial the tenth general conference, which opened in the First Methodist church here today, found a. striking refutation of the oft-repeated rumor that the Methodist church had been the last of the leading denominations in the number of- recruits to the colors, lie called attention to the fact that Meiuodistr: had iriadvertentlj been discriminated against, \in thai for fourteen months the attestation' forms had not given the same faciHty to declare the communion to which they belonged, that was afforded the adherents of all the other larg� churches. Dr. Chown suggested the promotion of a board of finance for the. church, with a secretary or commissioner oi finance. Rev. T. Albert Moore was for the fourth time chosen secretary of the conference. At the evening session addresses ol welcome were presented by 'Sir John Gibson and Mayor Booker, which were replied to by Chief Justice McKeown, of St. John. N.B.. and Rev. Dr. Rose. The resignation of Sir Joseph Fla-velle as delegate to the general conference, owing to the pressure of. business of national importance, was announced. THEATRES CLOSED FOR FLU' Washington, Oct. 3.---All theatres and picture shows in the District oi Columbia will be closed after tonight until Spanish influenza in war crowded Washington is stamped out. TROL H. C. OF L Publication of Fair Prices and Further Powers of Inves- ' tigation > : > LIBERTY LOAN Ottawa. Oct. 3.-New cost-of-living regulations have been laid down by the government on the recommendation of the minister of labor. Wider in their scope than the existing regulations, Ihey provide for extended facilities of investigation; publication of fair prices; prosecution by a municipality or the minis'ter 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. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" MASON & RISCH PIANOS DO NOT WEAR OUT The throughout the life >f the Washington, Oct. 3.-Liberty ? bond sales have passed the . the country still is nearly that > amount behind schedule for the > first four days of the cam- > paign. * > ? * �&, > ? ? * MORE DEATHS FROM FLU' Sherbrooke, Que., Oct. 3.-Two more deaths were reported yesterday from Spanish influenza and medical men say the number- of cases was increased by about 100, making fully 700 patients in the city. The Catholic school and St.-Patrick's, academy clos. ed yesterday. BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE retime family-are passed on trom generation to generation giving unfailing pleasure and satisfaction. Mason & Risch pianos were first built almost fifty years ago-ajicl those original instruments are today g^ing the best of service.-Many of their owners say they are, "As Good As New" There is no need of trying to make yours elf believe that cheap, low priced pianos are economical. They cost most in the end. 0'.fning'u MASON & RISCH in the best and truest ECONOMY. MASON & RISCH LIMITED  BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 6. LETHBRIDGE Comforters No matter what you pay you'll like the quality of our comforters. Priced from $4.00 up. The Best for Less and Satisfaction 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. COATS Never have we felt more confident of the correctness of the style and fit of our ladies' coats. There are little touches that make them different. Our sales of coats even at this early date have proven that it pays to shop at Rylanda. PLAIN GREY TWEED COAT This is one of the finest values we have ever offered. A heavy English tweed in dark grey shade, made with large collar which protects the face during^ cold  q> a,a weather. Half lined and only ... 1 �/�uv TWEED COATS Made from -best quality of Imported English tweeds. All good fitting styles. Belted back, collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy buttons. At a moderate oo f'fi price........................... OC�0\) GREYVELOUR A grey valour coat, made in a very attractive style with novelty side panels, high convertible collar and full skirt, collav and panels trimmed with Alaska sable Hfk AA fur, satin lined, at.............. 4 U.UU TWEED COAT A serviceable Btyle made of imported tweed, half lined with good quality of lining. The collar and cuffs .of crushed plush and large patch pockets, PLUSH COAT The finest value we could procure in black plush at a popular price, made with set in sleeve, wide/belt and large collar, trimmed with largo plush buttons. Lester's quality plush, and only....................... 45.00 WEEK-END : SPECIALS: On Sale Friday and Sat. Only CAMISOLE LACE This is apother novelty. It. is used for making camisoles. A wide band of silk, juot the width required for a camisole. Hemstitched and finished with lace. All ready to^sew togoth- | |\|| or,- Priced up from, yard .... J. iWU LADIES' WAISTS Just received by express a shipment of White Tub Silk Waists. These are made in two styles, one with the new high neck and the other in full style with large hemstitched collar, o 'JC All sizes and only ......... Otto LADIES' VESTS Ladies' Cotton Vests- in fine even weave. Made with long sleeve and high neck. These vests are a line we carried over from last year as they came in too late. This year you buy them at last year's prices. Worth 50c each. Week End Special, -t (in 3 for ....... ............... l.Uiy LADIES' HOSE fi00 pair of Ladies' Pall Weight of Cotton Hose. Full fashioned and good quality in cashmere finish. Full range of sizes. Worth easily 45c pair. fft at ......................... 0.5U BLACK UNDERSKIRTS These skirts � were purchased about 12 months ago so that today the material is .worth almost the price we ask for the skirt. Made with deep 10 inch flounce and extra dust frill from best quality heatherbloom, full lange of sizes. Only .. 2.00 NAVY SERGE SKIRT f A popular priced navy blue serge skirt in plain neat full style. Made with girdle of self material and trimmed with covered buttons. At........................ 5.95 KIMONAS Ladies' fall' and winter weight Kimonas, made from fancy figured material in conventional designs. Trimmed with satin and silk girdle to match. Splendid value, CjQ at CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Children's. Fleece Lined Sleeping Suits, a real necessity now that the nights are cool. Better get the children fixed up now. Well made and good close fitting necks, at, 1 9C each ............*............ I�it9 We carry one of the finest and best stocks of high-class FURS ft* I RYLANBS & CO THE BUSY CORNER STORE Our personal guarantee stands behind every piece of fur we sell 5656?8 ;