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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918 THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERAL0. PAGE ELEVEN  PERSONAL   Mr. -And Mrs. Joe Davidson have returned from a trip to Calgary and Banff. ' Mrs! W. J. Hodges of Taber is a Lethbrldge 'visitor today.  .,* * Mrs. .T. A. Crane of Great Falls, spent yesterday in the city visiting friends. �  � MIbs A. Birch, who lias been spending the summer at Chatham, Ontario, has returned to the city and resumed her duties as principal of Galbraith echool. � �  Dr. and. Mrs. McCaffrey, who have been visiting In the city with Jlr. and Mrs. W. H. McCaffroy, loft yesterday for their home in Cbilliwack. Dr. McCaffrey is returning from military duty overseas.   * Mr. 0. E. Carberry is visiting the coaBtal cities. at Mrs. J. Dawson returned from a visit to the coast yesterday. Miss Dawson will remain there for a few months. �  � Miss Florence McCullough of Barrle, Ontario, is visiting In the city with Miss Sadie Smith � * � S. .1. Shepherd is in Kdraonton. attending a mooting of the Returned Soldiers' Commission.  �  Miss Phylis Higinbotham, who is on "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" MASON &RISCH QUALITY- SERVICE-PR ICE You may need only a violin string, a harmonica, or a sheet of music, or you may need aguitar, a Victrola, or a Piano, but no matter what you need, Mason & Risch-� Canada's Greatest Musical Instrument Organization-is your logical place to buy. There you can best combine Quality, Service, and low Prices. A visit to our store will post you on every musical detail. Remember that true economy is NOT THE SAVING of money, but the JUDICIOUS SPENDING of it. Surely there is no way you can make your dollars buy. more lasting comfort fhan by investing, tows-in-a..good : musical instrument and from - a firm whose :policy assures you full value for every cent invested. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE nursing duty at Camp Dlx, is now recovering f^om a recent attack of Spanish influenza which she contracted while on duty. > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > � ?>?> : ? * ? * ? WILL ESTABLISH WOMEN'S ? ? AID DEPARTMENT ? ? : * : ? : > : : : : * At the W.C.T.U. convention, which is being held in the Central Methodist church at Calgary, about one hundred delegates registered on Wednesday, the opening day, representatives frorri all over the country being present. Mrs. Louise C. McKinney, of Clares-holm, president of the union, presided. Mrs. MoKinney was very much pleased with the Work which has been done and is still being done by the travellers' aid department, stating that twenty of the unions had elected representatives -to meet the trains. Lethbridge sent the splendid report that 2,466 trains had been met, 667 people met, 117 of which were young girls. The Oalgary travellers' aid is maintained by the Y.M.C.A., the W. C.T.U. paying the salary. Dr. Sara Detwiler, who .sent in this report, added the great heed for more workers, as after the^war the immigration will be enormons and that the women who come to the country must be protected. ATURDAY NAPS FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS BOYS, ATTENTION! ^____'_ i Free Watch On Saturday! A real Watch will be given with every Boys' Suit or Overcoat purchased at this store on Saturday next. The SUITS Sell at $8.50 to $15.00 The OVERCOATS $9.00 to $15.00 Every Suit and Overcoat is marked at closest cash prices, so that the watch is given absolutely free as a means of advertising the enlarged department just recently opened. Come On Saturday and Get a Watch TAKEN SN CABINET 1 FOOL PEOPLE Camouflage by Kaiser May Be Prelude to New Move for Peace. The Si impson Co., Limited ladies' hose In black and grey lisle, all sizes. Regular 65c. Snap A(\ IMee, pair ............ fr�/C Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, worth $1.00 pair, Snap CQ., Price, pair ............ �J�/C Limited 3 pairs each customer. 21 dozen Heavy Winter Fleece Lined Gloves in black, grey and white. Snap Price, mt\ pair................... 49C crepe faille poplin 40 inches wide, in colors purple, sand, grey, brown, Royal blue, green, navy and white. Regular $2.25. -i oq Snap Price ........... 1�0T Theso are beautiful goods of winter weight. striped habutai In a weight suitable for blouses, men's shirtB, etc. 36 inches wide. Regular ?2.25. -l on Snap Price ........... ItOT cotton sheets Of our well known special . "Jumbo" brand, size 22x90. Regular $1.75 each. Snap | C axminster rugs Only a limited quantity at these prices. Size 9x9. Regular Qi JJA $43,50 for............JTt.DU Size 9x1014. Regular on j-a $48.00 for ......... JOyulf Size 9x12. Regular M<% (JA $50.00 for ........... 4j*9VI tapestry rugs Some wonderful snaps in these. ' . ' 3 only, size 4^x6. Regular $9.95 for .. \r. 4 only Jlegular '7 only Regular 1 only Regular 4 only. Regular 1 only Regular. , size 7y2*9; $13.75 for.;:... , size 9x97' ^ $14.75 for ,. , size 9x10%. $18.75 for... size 9x10%. $27.50 for . .. , size 9x12." $19.75 for . t. 6.75 9.95 10.75 14.75 21.50 15.75 (jhf Hudson's Bay (Tompany Washington, Oct. 4.-A desperate effort by the kaiser and his advisors to hoodwink the allies and the German people into a belief of the democratization of Germany is Been by observers here in the appointment of Prince Maximilian as imporial chancellor and Schiedemann, the Socialist, and Groeber, the Centrist, as members of the cabinet without, portfolio. It is suspected that Germany is about to make a new iieace proposal disguised under a most attractive democratic program. With these new names on the roster of the rulers of Germany, the kafser might point to them as a realization of his recently announcod policy of popular rule. It is noted, however, nothing is said in the recent announcement of the relinquishment of power by the military power, or of making the members of the c&biuet answerable for their conduct of affairs to the reichatag. Socialists Fall For It Berne, Oct. 4.-The Socialist and Social-Democratic groups of the German reichstag have announced their unanimous agreement, with the exception of seven votes, to participation in the organization of a new German government under the chancellorship of Prince Maximilian of Baden. Speakers at the meeting (said the prince had energetically struggled since the beginning of the war for the re-establishment of peace by conciliation and. the democratization of the regime in Germany. Official announcement of the appointment of Prince Maximilian of Baden as imperial chancellor confirms newspaper reports to the same effect emanating from Germany in the last*few days. The prince is heir to the throne of Baden and the cousin of-jthe present ruler. He has been known as a Moderate in German politics and opposed to the extremist policies of the pan:Gormans. His wife is related to the British royal family. The official title of the chancellor is president of the Prussian council of ministers, Prussian minister of state, Prussian minister of foreign af-fajrs/.and Imperial .chancellor. The prinoe succeeds Count von IJertling who was a'ppointetiichancellor.last November 3, 'In succession to Dr. George Michaelis. Philipp Scheidemann is vice-president of the reichstag and the leader of the Majority Socialist-Democrats. He,'"with a wlig of the party, while nominally opposed to some of the government's war policies, has swung to the government's aid whenever the tiennoa arms seemed to be let ^'.t^ent, T German Forces Fronting Can-ucks Tired and Greatly Weakened. With the Canadian Forces, Oct. 2.- (By J. P. B. Livesay, Canadian Press Correspondent).-Our line was abnor. ascendancy. This wan notably the case when, after the passage of the ".Vo annexation and indemnities" resolution, of July, 1917. the Majority Socialists acquiesced in the negotiation of the notorious Brest-Lltovsk treaty alter Russia had heen crushed. Although anything hut. an 'international Socialist in practice, he has been active through international Socialist agencies in efforts to aid Germany's cause by helping her peace offen sives as much as possible. He has been active through, international Socialist agencies in efforts to aid Germany's cause by helping her peace of. fensives as much as possible. He has been called^ a tool of the pan-Germans. The office of Prussian minister of foreign affairs is distinct from that of imperial secretary for foreign af* fairs, which has been held by Admiral Von Hintze, who resigned last week with Count Yon Hertling. More Camouflage Paris, Oct. 4.-A delegate from the German minority Socialist party representing the central association of German syndicates, an organization similar to the French general confederation of labor, has arrived in Geneva, according to the Journal de Gen-ova, and is said to be the bearer of documents stating that the German minority Socialist party is in favor of the restitution of Alsace-Lorraine to France, providing that a plebiscite is first held. This delegate, the newspaper adds; Is now trying to communicate with the French Socialists so as to deliver these documents. The delegate also is reported to have declared that he was able ' to prove that the policy of tho government of Germany would follow an entirely different direction after the eventual participation of-the Socialists in the govern-j mally quiet today until ?, o'clock this afternoon when the enemy's artillery started to strafe St. Qlle., b,ut nothing further came of it, .J8arly this evening, a counter-attack,''local in charac; ter, developed against our Tilloy positions, but was easily put'down by our artillery. We took some prisoners. It becomes increasingly ; doubtful whether the enemy Is in any, shape to launch a powerful thrust ajjainst our positions, so severe was the;'punishment he received yesterday,;when he threw In no fewer than.-33' battalions. He cannot have more, 'than nine in reserve, unless he can'':draw from new elements. Five possible reserve' divisions he had for the battlefront have been moved since Sept. 27, to the. Flanders battlefield and the only other he has Immediately available is. the i5th reserve division south of l^enS- 'If, however, a general retirement in that, sector is under way, it isjcertain he can not afford to weaken himself during such difficult operations. To sum up, Whatever counter-attacks he may have in store for this front must be carried out almost entirely by his existing elements, which are tired and greatly weakened by heavy losses inflicted by the Canadian corps. Since the Canal du Nord was passed, he is 'more likely to be content with the zone of manoeuvre he still retains west of the Cana-1 D'Escaut. STRONG NAVAL POLICY FOR CANADA COMING Halifax, N. S., Oct. 4'.-"One of'the purposes in visiting Halifax," said Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, minister of ima-rlne and fisheries, to newspaper 'correspondents, after his .arrival here yesterday from Sydney on a tour of the chief ports of the maritime provinces, "was to consult with Admiral Storey regarding the naval force of Halifax and the Atlantic Coast." "Much has been done and plans are under way on a large scale," said Mr. Ballantyne in discussing his recent statement in Montreal that Canad� Vwould soon have a strong naval policy of her own. - Air. Ballantyne Bald that the government had not yet given thiB important matter consideration, 'but that he was satisfied that when the government did so, the policy would receive' the approval of parliament and the country. BUY YOUR girls'boots AT THE HUDSON'S BAY shoe sale Eat without Fear of Indigestion! Instant Relief for Bad Stomachs [When your meals hit back. When what you eat turns sour, forming acids, gases and indigestion. Magic relief. No waiting? 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