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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. (MVl'OHKn 5, run i.nrnmniDCE DAII.I MKRALD PACK ELEVEN ON THE ADVANCE "I likes this 'ere village a deuce of a lol belter ncr Ibo lasl one, Jim." London Opinion. .THE PROFITER PHONE 1221 OF NEW YORK Designer of Ladies' Costumes v Has come to take charge.; of LadicnV Tailoring at our store. ,IIc will iwrsonally fc'nl nrid supervise (he making of every gar- ;tncnt. llis expert scr- Vc have a splendid jliie JHsiierinlft from to select. J. It. Virtue la visiting In Van couver. Mr. ana Mrs. Cannlug will arrive at .lie end of this week for an cileuded ilay wild .Mra. Kckalorai. the J, O. C. will meet al Ihe It eel Cross rooji'G this evening at for scwinjf. Tlio engagement of Miss Klorehce Knapp. o( 1MB t-lly. to Mr. Harry Jones. o[ Sweet Grass, la dented. iir. ami Mrs.'James arc leaving al the erJ ot Hie week for California to spend the winter. Invitations arc being Gent out for a1 dance (o be given by the Foresters on ksglviue nlBM. in ihe K. of P. hall. Mrs. Plumlre, ot Toronto, corres- ponding secretary of the Canadian Red Cross Society, will be (he guest I ot luc mcn'B and women's Canadian clubs. Calgary, al luncheon Mrs. Chas. MacKay will Loid her knitting class (n ihe lied Cross rooms tonight at Everyone who can- 101 knll should take this opiJortunHy- Jlc-J Cross Wool supplied, bring yoi'r own needles, Dear in mlnd'that socVe the greatly needed at the front. Mrs. Nellie McCMc; inavca nert month [or tho Stales and will siicak the Wisconsin County and 'Minne- apolis conventions under (he auspices of the National Suffrage association of the United Slates. Mrs. MrClung's booh, "The Xcxt-ot-KIo." will he out almost Imuiedlnlely- The ol the Junior and Sen- ior Mission Dauda Wesley church, Invlle their parents and friends lo Ihelr raite-uor opening entcrtalnmenl, at the borae of llieir'suiicrtalcadcnl, Mrs. J- B. Loverlng, this evening at There will bo a short program and refreshments will he served, Var- enls of Die new members nre specially Invited. The' ongagerncnl Is announced In London ot Major C! J. Arthur, D.S.O. of Ihe Canadian forces, and Miss Elr- ne Dodd, of The Grange, Duxlon, oungesl (laughter of the late llev. ohn Doddr vicar of Luinley, Durham, lajor "Jock" Arlbur is well known In Iberia and lofl wUh the 10th balta Ion, He is al present second In com- nand of the discharge depot at Bux- oa.g Ou Wednesday night a large parly .Jolly pleasure seekers motored out o Mr. and Mrs. Celtic's five, liles from town, and spent the greal- r part of- the night In a most enjoy- bio manner, irJtli dancing anil slng- Ihey made the commodious and osy farm bouse rlog. Though Mr. nd Mrs, Cellel were taken by sur- rtsp, Ihey proved Ihemselves the jcnlal and amiable host and hostess iar excellence. There were five, uotor cars filled wllli the following' un lovers: Mr, anil Mrs. Coolcu, and Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Sauriilers, Mr. anil Mrs. Oleson, Mr. ml Mrs.' Packard, Mr. and Mra. Glascr. Mr. and Mrs. Koew, Me- ileekln, Misses Winnie% Kelly, Mcllougal, KCng, Lculs, Schumacher, Ifissellng, nnd Messrs. J. Murrby, Yaselennk, Rogers, Busby, Audcttc, Brown, llussel, Coolcn. De- ore leaving they all Joined In "Kor They arc Jolly Good nnd ;are a hoarly tliree ehcera nnd n leer for their good liosl nnd hostess. WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY Breakfast Cornmeal Porrldse Milk Sugar Bread Marmalade Tea or CoIIee Luncheon Creamed Fish Mashed Folaloea Droad Uuller Sliced Fresh Fruit Milk Sugar Dinntr Sausasc Pols'tn Cahes '.Heels, Junket Cooltlca l The recipes for Potato Cakes and Tunkct, mentioned abovo, are as fol- Potato Season mashed" potatoes Add te: cBE to three-cups. H too moist arid n UUlq npur. Into cake' To: luke" warm milk add level lablespooiia 'Sugar' and 1 lea spoon of.vanilla. Dissolve a Junket (ah- let. In I teaspoon of and add-to tlio-mllk; Pour'-Info a mould lo'saf. LADIEft' AND GENTfS TAILOR WB THIRD AVENUE SOUTH The Fashion Seeker and the Household Provider can Save Here on Saturday FOR Tin; TIIAXKSGIVIXU plXXKIt SIMX'IAL KFI-ORTS TO SUPPLY ALL Till-; DAIXTIKS, SUITAHLK TO TIU: OCCASION. II15HK AKI2 A FKW1IIXTS. Gogd Health Food. Per pfct............. Apples. -Coed cooking. 4 Ibs. fgr REPORT-FOR "THE G'Allt HOSPI TAL FOR MONTH OF SEPT. of pallcnts'ln hOepHal be- gfnnlng of monlh 4S Admlltnnces duringvfhc montli; T. US Tola! ..................16fi Number of pallcnU discharged durlnx Iho month............. 10G DcaLhs during month 1 Number ot patients In hospital al end of monlh 6? Total.................. ICG Lowest number during monlh Highest number during mohlli 69 Dally nvcrago .during month 61.G Number of hoajillnl Kor. private pnllenls.......... 393 For ward patients (paying) 879 For ivarcl pnllcnls (frte) 265 Total number of hpspllnl daya for Number of opGrnlJons iinrtcr Ocn: ,eral Anarati'sllc 07 Number of operations or no 16 Number of tiftllerils Irealed In out-. door 7 Number of dreftBltig treatments in-; outdoor depirtment 15 The hasftllAl ffJshes to tho W, C. T. for magiilnM .dotted ihtrlnc the B'. A. tfcClnrty, 3apt, Fresh Fruits of AH Kinds For Saturday KXTHA Sl'ECIAL COMI51NATIOX 20 Iks. Cane Sugar, Vi C'nwau's Cocoa Dry Specials -for Saturday 1IEAAT Y TA'BLE satin finish in conventional stripe design. 12 (ncbes wide, lull bleach. Saturday'.only; yard I SfC HEAVY SATIN DAMASK 65 yards' only. All .pure Unen, conventional Shamrock design- Inch .double damask, i QO 1 -JO XAVY'BLlJIirSERGE y dye. AH wool. 44 inches ,wjfip. rjpsiilar stock. per _v 'yard. tMtlaf and Saturday, per j-ard___'. CANDY Special for Saturday Mint Kisses, liuUcr Scolcli ami Mixed. only, Ib. 22c. tCHECK j inclics. Special i n Friday and Saturday, per yard 1 C WHITEFLANNELETTE 300 mill ends. 5 to JO yard lengths la be cleared .at about the cost of manufacture, FARMER'S SATIN Black only.'al Inches vide. Heavy quality and -good satin finish. Friday anil Saturday. Yard.............................___ 200 REMNANTS In 2Vd ynrd ends Lb clear Friday arul 4C Saturday. Eicii 30c, 35c nnd 4DC' Houseiurriishings CURTAIN SCRIM White and ecru, 36 Inchea wide. 19c Yard CURTAINSCKTM With colored, liemstlichcd border. Also in plain white, or. ecru. 3C Inches wide. 'Special, yard GKEEN ,SIIADES 1 Heavy quality. 36 Inches wide. 'Erich 69c ENGLISH TAPESTRY STAIR 27 Inchea in Orlcnlal nnd floral -r A" palterns. Siiecial, iwr JUTEIJiUpRMATS of fireen nnd browB. Gents' Furmsh- ings at Special Prices MEN'S ULSTER OVERCOATS -Mn'dc of oil mackinaw cloth. Color dark grey. o A A Spcdat lO.UU MEN'S COATS Color plain L Our Spcclnl lU.DU BOYS' ALL-WOOL BLACK MITTS Per pair'- r-.-60c I5QYS' WOOL TOQUES Jn colors, ivhlle, red anJ ivbilo, rj r S' MACKINAW COATS Sizes 25 (o'35. 0 CA Special O.OU. MEN'S SHEEP COATS i With hroirn duck sLell. -i n ftp Prtccd at red and blue. Ssocfal Ladies Ready- SPLENDID LINE OF WHITE F-LANNKLETTK NIGHT GOWNS Good qualHy noil make. Size? 5S nr nn CO. KoEUlar JJ.25 and J1.35..Special......SJJfC WHITE FLANXKIJiTTK DKAWEKS Ot Eooil qunlily. All sizes. Hcgulir 7pc. rn Special 03C LADIES' WHITE SILK Lorge collar, ln.ce trimmed. Sfzes 34 lo -14. Special Frlilay and'Salurdoy........ A FEW LADIES' DRESSES Colors of navy, black and brown. 1 O OO S'eedy trimmed. Value S5D.OD. SpccliL Boots Slices LADIES' UOTJDOIK Color3 of red and white, hlue and white, lirown nnd i-rhltc, grey anrl hlack. Sizes 3 lo 7. AQ s Special................................ 77C LADIES' DONGOLA KID IIOUSE'SLIITEKS .With lucillum dccl. wide (Udog. Sizes an .254