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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1918 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN  � �   o  * PERSONAL    v + � * �  Mr. T. W. MoKoe and' family of Calgary, ui'o visiting with tho former's brother, Mr, J. T. McKeo: ' * � *  ' Misfl Marguerite Dunlnp is leaving early Sunday morning to spend (wo weeks visiting frionds iu Calgary and Kdnionton. Mr. Arthur Higinbolham has returned from spending two weeks in Calgary and Banff. Miss Marjorie Hlginbotham Is remaining in Calgary for u few days, the guest of Mrs. Charles Morris. '  ' '� * * Miss McGuiness of Ottawa, is visiting in- thu city with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gray. * '�  Messrs. Rahal, Bartlett and I-Iarm-er woro motor visitors in Lelhbridge from Blairmoro laRt week. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" "True economy is not saving so much, as spending wisely." In Pianos the truest economy lies m buying the MASON & RISCH -beautiful of case-marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. Buying direct from the manufacturer you further accentuate the economy-our "Factory to Home" proposition permits you to pocket the middleman's profit. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDGE After-Supper Specials at Rylands ON SALE TONIGHT FROM 6.30 to 9 p.m. j MEN'S OVERCOATS Men's Light Weight Fall Overcoats in excellent quality of material. Some of theRe are shower proof, making thorn take the place of a rain coat as well. Sizes 3G, 37, 38, 42 and 44. Reg- r eir\ tilar value up to ?20. Tonight from 6.30 to 9 only ........D.UU BOYS' OVERCOATS 5 only, Boys' Heavy Frelze Overcoats. Made in double breast- ' ed stylo and deep storm collar. A material that today is now unprocurable. Sizes 32 and 33 only. If this is your size, better pick these up. Regular value $12.50. After Supper Sale, , � /\,|* each ................................................... D�"U s � CASHMERE HOSE Ladies' Cashmere Hose, full fashioned and good quality and solid black. This is a line we picked up direct from the manufacturer. They are worth easily 75c U> S5c pair. After Supper Sale, pair ............................. 50c COTTON SHEETS Good quality Heavy Cotton Sheeti. All ready-.-for "use-at the price of sheeting. Big double bed size, 72x90. Thes.e. sheets are-:worth easily $2.26 to $2.50 each today. After Supper Sale,; each .............................A'.'......... .'T. 1.85 MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 150 only, Men's Merino Undershirts. All well made and well finished in good quality of wool and. cotton suitable for fall wear. These como in size 40 only. Wo bought them at less than cost so out they go as they are an odd loft Regular $1.00 to $1.25 /�/v value. After Supper Sale .....................:........... OUC WHITE FLANNELETTE Hore is nn opportunity to savo if you require White Flannelette. Excellent, quality, 25 inches wido ami the price puts it within the reach of all. it's worth 2Bc yard at least. After Supper Sale, 5 yards for...................'.................. 1.00 LADIES'VESTS Indies' Heavy Tlibbod Cotton Vests-in splendid weight for early fall wear. Made with long-sleeves and-'high neck. These are an odd, lot but the quality is wonderful value at $1.00. /jp After Supper "Sale......:.................. OdG WE CLOSE TONIGHT A Z� 9 p. m SHARP " ~,, it- - Mm. O. .1. Eckstorm, who had the misfortune to break her ankle soino timo ago, is now able to be around again.    Mrs. ,T. Milling loft on Thursday for an extended visit to Nanaimo. � *  Miss Inzula tlardio left on Thursday for Toronto to attend Si. Margaret's College. Mrs. J. S. Jones and little son of High River, accompanied her and will visit in Minneapolis. Mrs. F. V. Chaney and family have returned from visiting in Prince Albert.  *  The many friends of Miss Lucy Hatch, will regret, to hear of her illness at her home on 7th Avenue. � � � Mr. and Mrs. Branstou Gray of Victoria, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gray.  * * Rev. James Malley. of Barons, is in the city over the week-end. a  m Mrs. T. H. Hatch and two children left yesterday to visit in Taber.  * * Miss Evelyn Davis has left for Ottawa having boon called there by the ! serious illness of her uncle.  m * Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen returned this week from attending the General Meeting ot the Anglican Synod In Toronto. . * * � c * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * *> .> � * > � > > v 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. � . � The ladies' society of the B. of L. F. and E., are issuing invitations for a dance to be held October 18th, �   At the meeting at Central school last night Mr. Elton gave a splendid address which was very much appreciated by both teachers and pupils. At the next meeting Mr. R. A. Smith will deliver ait address. I ... The following resolution was passed at the annual -meeting of the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Red Cross society held on Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 191S: . It was . moved."* by Mrs. iFairley and seconded by Mrs. Saunders that a resolution of the thanks of the, society be sent to the various societies, church aids, auxiliaries, auditors, boy scouts, the press and hoys in North Lethbridge and* others who have helped during the*%ast year and that a copy of this resoluticm be sent to each society and other helpers. This was carried unanimously. m m m Mrs. Hedlund's section of the Rebe-kahs will meet, at the home of Miss Munroe, 710 5th Ave. S., on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.   � The regular monthly business meet-lug of the Next-of-Kin will bo held in the Moose Hall on Monday evening at 7.30.  � 9 All those contributing to Knox Christmas parcels for boys overseas are reminded that contributions aro to be sent to the church on October 17.  *  On Friday evening at 8 o'clock a dramatic art contest will be given at the United church hall by Mrs. Paw-son's pupils. The winner of this con- THE LETTER THAT NEVER WENT You've heard of the letter that never came, The eyes that watched In vain. You've heard the old exru:-.e:> lame, Again iind yet again. Ah! many u soldier, fur from home, Many sad hours has spent Awaiting the letter ' that did not come- . The letter was never pent! Homesick, he, In the tronrhs drear, Beside (ho field of name. Awaited throughout the (lavs of fear The letter that never eatne. Alert at call of trump or drum "f'was sorrow his great soul be.nt. Me knew that letter would never come-� Because 'twas never wm; No wound rccived by the monstrous thing Where bullets swarm ar,, pairs: Hocks, prs.: 2 Miss Dingwall, 7 Miss Tilnoy, 12 Mrs. McNabb. Kipp, 20 Mrs. Horn, G Mrs. II. Taylor, I Miss Hawden, 1 Gweu Bowman, 1 Patsy Palmer, 1.0 Mrs. D. A. Taylor, fi Mrs. O'Hagan, 5 Mrs. Jones. 8 Mrs. Donald, 10 G. F. Club per Mrs. Glayser, 2 Mrs. Bolton, 1 Mrs. Boyd, 3 .Mrs. Roy, 1 Mrs. E. J. Hill, r, Mrs. Cameron, S, Mrs. Maynard, i Mrs. Glayser, 1 Kileen Waddington. -1 Mrs. Hyslop, 1 Miss Hyssop, 1 Miss Hill, -1 .Miss Mc-Kelvie, 1 Miss Nesbiit. :j Mrs. Reeve, New Dayton, 5 Mrs. Mmidy, Warner, 5 Mrs. Morris, 2 Mrs. Menzie, 2 Mrs. Lilley, Warner, G Mrs. Naismith, Mrs. and Misses Cameron, 4 without names, G Mrs. R. Scott, sr., 1 Miss Newman, 1 Miss Eddy. 7 Mrs. Barrow- | man, 2 Mrs. Grey, fi Mrs. .1. Young, 2 I Helen McCaig, LJUrs. Sang, 5 West- j minster Ladies' Aid per Mrs. Mcll-vena, 1 Nellie Marchand, 1 Mrs. Ew-ert. 1 Norah McLeort, G Miss Marrs, I 20 Fleetwood, 25 Art Needlp Club per j Mrs. Ross, 3 Mrs. .las. Livingston, 1 j Mrs. Henderson, 4 Mrs. Cope, 3 Mrs. Roy, 1 Mrs. Young, 3 Mrs. Koen, 2 I Mrs. Hay, 3 Mr?.' Bolton, 3 Mrs. Mc-Fadden, 1 Mrs. Williamson, 1 Mrs. Ross. Alter.itiflwsi? airs. Henderson, Miss McKelvie and Mrs. Sherlock. WEDDINGS SELLENS-^jPENHALE Medicine Hat News. A very quiet wedding was solemnized yesterday by the Rev. R. G. Blundell at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Penhale, when- their daughter, Greta, was united in matrimony to Dick (R. C.) Sellens. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present. � The happy couple left, on the.-p.20- train for the east and will make their home iu Ottawa. FFICERS ON UALTY LIST Ottawa. Ocl. 5.-The casualty list today included (he following western men and officers: Infantry: Killed in Action-Lieut. R. O. Leach, England; Lieut. S. H. Dickinson, England; (.'apt. W. F. Jam-ieson, Winnipeg; Lieut. G. \V. Megan, Toronto; Capt. E. R. Davis, Toronto; Lieut. G. P. Chisholm, Halifax; Lieut. A. J. Knowling, Vancouver. Accidentally Killed-Lieut. S. J. Fisher, Saltcoast, Sask. Died of Wounds-Lieut.-Col. S. D. Gardiner, England; Capt. J. B. Mitchell, Winnipeg; Lieut. G. H. Hamilton, Bury, Que.; Lieut. .T. S. Hibberd, England; W. H. Gemmel. Edmonton. Died-\V. B. Peterson, Ribstone, Alta. Engineers: Killed in * Action-Lieut. I'. E. Cox. England. Artillery: Killed in Action-Major \V. J. G. Burns. Toronto. .Machine Guns: Died of Wounds- Capt. C. H. O'Reilly, Toronto. Cavalry: Presumed to Have Died- A. ,1. Ense, Aetna, Alta. Medical Services: Wounded-B. Drew, Fernie, B. C. ISTS S .0001NCREA In Membership-Raise $24,000,-000 In Four Years-Message to King George. Edmonton, Oct. 4,-Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy and family Will leave on Thursday night by the C. P. R. for their new home in Three Rivers, Quebec, whore they will in future reside. JMr. Gariepy, however, will not sever his connection with Edmonton, where he ia-still retaining large interests. He is also keeping his seat in the legislature and will be in attendance at the next session: � At Three Riyerg Hon. Mr. Gariepy will enter into Taw partnership with Hon; Jacques Bureau, M.P., who was solicitor general in the Laurier cabinet from' 1906 to i'911..- - ':~ COB Pur Rich Delicious Wholesome A leading authority on cocoa'says:., "In' order to have the cacao products most useful and,to have the protein best appro- ' priated,?you mustjnot ttake / out too much fat. HenceT in / my view, Baker's Cocoa (from which only the excess of oil is extracted) is an ideal food. Its Use Saves Other Foods' 4 TRADE-MARK ONj EVERY| PACKAGE-] Walter Baker & Co; limited E.t.bli.hed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. MONTREAL; CAN. ' Canada Food Board License 11 -690 Hamilton. Out., Oct. 5.-The Methodist church in Canada has raised during tho past four years $24,1)24,518 for till purposes. This gratifying informa-'lon was announced to the general conference today by the official sta-Ustican. In the same period, ho said, the membership of the church had increased from 3t;s.9S2 to 3SS.210. There was ,a decrease of 110, however, in the number of ministers and probationers. An appeal was made for an Increased endowment of at least $1.-000,000 for the superannuation fund in order to Increase to $15 for each year of service, the annuities paid the retired ministers. The approval of tho conference was given to the propos-1 of tho throe maritime provinces conferences to ralso the .annuities paid ucder their supernumerary :'und from $10 to $12 by increasing the assessments on ministers' salaries from $1! to ?3.50. These two funds will probably be amalgamated in the near future. The conference will send a loyal address to King George. SPANISH MINISTER QUITS Madrid,, Oct. 5.-The Duke of Alba, minister of public instructions, in the Spanish coalition cabinet, has notified Premier Maura of his intention to resign. The Marquis, do Alhuqemas, minister of the- interior, has advised tho premier that he also will resign if the Duke of"AlW" persists in his purpose. CANADA FOOD BOARD AiCE/ISS Ho. 11-4S2 SUNK IN COLLISION. � Now York, Oct. 6.-The new^Ameri-I earV;steamship L:ike pity was: sunk in cbiltsiSn- with the oil tanker James McGco off Key West Thursday/n'ight, according to authentic -information received in maritime circles here today. The majority, of the crew went (iow�'wUh the vessel. There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of children's health/ They should be urged to drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. .,. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. 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