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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918 THii: LETHBRIDGI-: u.-JLY HERALD ILADI PHONE 1224 : �: : * : : : : ? > ? > ? * ?  ? PERSONAL ? > � ? ? ? > ? > ? Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson were motor visllorB in the city on Wednesday.    Miss Elizabeth Asquith, daughter of the former British Premier, and Stephen McKenna, the novelist, are report cd in London as engaged to be married. THREE DEATHS (N REGINA Reglna, Oct. It.-Fifteen more Spanish Influenza cases are reported here today. The death total since the beginning of the epidemic is three. TWO SHOE SPECIALS Women's House Slippers, broken sizes, per pair......$1.95 Children's Slioes, sizes 2% to lYo, per pair........... $1.95 WE ARE SHOWING A VERY FULL RANGE OF HIGH TOP SHOES IN ALL STYLES AND COLORS. WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU SOMETHING TO SET OFF YOUR THANKSGIVING COSTUIVIE. W.J. NELSON & Co SHERLOCK BUILDING Come and Select Yom o o ivmg styles Correct and Prices Right Lethbridge iiinery Co. Ltd. L. A. SCOTT, Manager PHONE 467 407 FIFTH STREET S., LETHBRIDQE 1 � ..... -1---' .." . � - ; SPECIAL FOR THANKSGIVING MILK FED TURKEYS, CHICKENS AND FOWL-ALSO CHOICE GRAIN FED BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK AT REASONABLE PRlCltii. INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET PHONE 635 itOtNSE No. 9-2438 425 FIFTH ST. 8.  �  ������� eph Banner at the beginning of the week at the Y.M.C.A. was one of exceptional artistic worth. Mr. Banner possesses musical talent of a high order and soon proved to an nnnipcin-tive audience that he is an artist. A splendid crowd was in attendance who enjoyed his renderings, particularly those at the piano, very thoroughly. Miss Simm, who assisted Mr. Banner, gave several splendid numbers that were much enjoyed. The collection which was taken up in charge o� the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. amounted to $14.40 and will be sent to the musicians' society in England to provide musical instruments through the Y.M.C.A. for the boys at the front. The following were the selections: Piano num'bers. Impromptu, Opus 142 No. 2-Franz Schubert; Larkspur - Robert Oehme; SolfeggIetto~Ph. B. Bach; Romance in F Sharp, major Opus "28-Schumann; Nocturne G Minor, Opus Zl-Chopin; Berceuse G fiat major-Henselt. Vocal; Mary o� Argyle-Nelson; Sally in Our Alley- Carey; Annie Laurie - Lady ,Tohn Scott; Miss Simm gave "Bois Epais," by LuUy, and "A Birthday" by R. Huntington Woodman. Another piano recital, that given by the pupils of Mrs. W. H. Johnson in Knox school room, took place last evening and was of a very high musical standard, reflecting much credit upon Mrs Johnson and her pupils. Miss Meta Wellington assisted and gave several songs which were enthusiastically received by the large audience assembled. Among the numbers that were so well rendered. It is hard to select those.of greatest individual merit. The trio, by Kitty and Tilly Good-maux and Mrs. Johnson was, however, very much enjoyed and the selections by, Dora Noel, who has been a pupil of Mrs. Johnson for 4 years, were beautifully rendered. Following were the numbers: Sparks, by Dora Noel; Minuet in G, by Kitty and Tilly Goodman; Mazurka 'by Rachel Bishop; Paper Chain, by Muriel Allison; Heather Rose, by Helen McKillop; In the Mill, by Virginia Selzer; Andante (Duet), primo Dora Noel; Boat Ride', by Christina Ferrier; Winter Sports, by Winnie Scott; Wooden Shoe Dance, by Nora Wellington; Dance of the Gnomes, by Dora Noel; Song, by Miss Meta Wellington; Valse Brilllante, by Rhena McQueen; At the Fountain, by Kitty Goodman; Spanish Dance, by Irene Brooks; Walze Trio, Kitty and Tilly Goodman and Mrs. Johnson; Humming Bird; Bluett, by Naomi Grant; Melodie Op. No. 3, To the Rising Sun, by Tilly Goodman; 2nd Grand Valae Brilllante, hy Dora Noel; Song, by Miss Meta Wellington; Waltzing Doll, In the Lovely Month of May, by Naomi Grant; Nocturne Op. 55, No. 1, Dora Noel, God Save the King. PAGE ELEVEN FIRST COMES TABLE LINEN Look at youi' Table Linens and s�e if yours are good enough to spread for your Thanksgiving Dinner. All linens wh'lch look alike before they are. washed won't look alike AFTBRAVABDS. Buy your"linens and all of yow Thanksgiving 'J'hings at the store you can absolutely trust. WHEN WE SAY LINEN, WE MEAN LINEN Pure Linen Table Sets In which is woven the rich .Mapio Leaf design. Size SxlO. $12.50 50 YARDS ONLY Beautiful TABLE DAMASK. 73 inches wide. Regular $2.75. for $2.00 and $2.25 yard THINGS FOR THE FEET Ladies' Glove Silk l-iose in colors Black, while, uliy, j.iink. tan. maize and nile. e^c\ Pair .................. J.isil Ladies' Extra Fine SillJ in ^ r tan and gunmetal...... Ladies' Kid 0.lov�s in Ijiaclc and v,'liite. Size.s Ij to o j-rj 7U, Price ........... ^�9u Ladies' Washable Kid Gloves in grey only. Sizes � to j C%. Price ............. h Linen Handkerchiefs A largo and varied shipment has just arrived from Ireland. Prices from, each �� p Igc to ......,......... i./S Comf� and view the new Camisole IJace and Frilling, It's made in crepe de chine and georgette at prices $1.50, $1.65 and $1.75 per yard Neckwear of the very latest and including all the novelties has just arrived in time for this occasion. Included are Georgette collars in plain, tucked, and the new crossbar, somo lace trimmed. Georgette and crepe de chene .with satin insertions, etc. Colors are maize, pink, flesh and white. Then there are the new Windsor ties in the new shot sillc rfl'ect.s, and most dainty combinations of colorings. The prices range from 75c to $2.75 each. AND WE DELIVER THE GOODS Ontario Grapes, Concord, basket ............ Cranberries, choice, 2 lbs................... Malaga Grapes, lb...................... Ripe Tomatoes, Ih.....................I Crisp Celery, lb. ..................... 65c 35c 20c 10c 10c "LUXURA" CANDIES Made in our own Factory. "Luxura" Chocolates, assorted flavors. Regular 60c, for, lb................. 4SfC "Wrigleys" Gum, 6 for .................... i&DC SOMETHING SRECIAUi , FtPR THAT BOY AT THE FRONT Cowan's Sweet Chocolatt!,;,^;%, lb. cakes at, 'OA' each ..................4vC AN EXTRA SPECIAL FOR THE BOYsg 14 only. Boys' Navy Jersey Suits, Genuine British tokke- Hie-St, Margaret's'braiid,- Sizei? 6-7 and 8 years. Regular 'o "Oft ^53.50 for ............... .................... LJLV A NEW SHIPMENT J DRESSES , JU8T ARRIVED lu silks and georgettes in grey.' black, Bolgtan blue, wisteria and rose. The very latest models. Prices range |Mk from............. 6d.VU Our range of LADIES' SUITS are unequalled in the city, both-as regards models nnd variety of materials which comprise cloth, velvet, tweeds, serge, broadcloth and genuine Bnglish. Tweeds, in ail tlie latest' and desired shades. Priced from $39.00 to $95.00 ^ The Ladies' Coat section is replete with ail the latest, new-arrivals having recently con^ to hand. Velour, Plush, Baby-Lamb, Tweeds, etc., are liere, some trimmed with fur. All colors to select from. a|� fJe^ Prices from ?22.50 to Oa�U!V DAINTY FOOTWEAR Lsidles'-Rid Boott with cloth tops.,and leatlier concave 'lieels. In colors grey, tan, taupe and fawn. The yery new- ^'�* (fiilpsonis Bay (jompany CANADIAN FLIER PROMOTED London, Oct. 11.-Lieut.-Col. H. M. Mulford, flying corps, Winnipeg, is gazetted a group commander with the rank of colonel. 70 DEATHS IN MONTREAL Montreal, Oct. Jl.--Eleven * fresh deaths from influenza among soldiers sick with the disease were reported to Major-Gen. Wilson, ofllc-er commanding this district, this morning. Eighteen new cases were also reported. Fifty-nine deaths from influenza occurred among civilian patients yesterday., 62 NEW CASES IN HALIFAX ^ Halifay, N. S., Oct. 11.-Spanish in-flilenza continues to spread in this city, eight new cases among the civilian population and 54 in military and naval circles were reported this morning. "PARASITE" CAUSES SUIT. Toronto, Oct. 11.-The Slethodist Bppkropni Publi?hiijg^,..cp)�pijuj , is lirlnglng" action kgaljiat "Rtev..' Ben. Spence and the Dominion Alliance Association for the.f^Pvery of $610, alleged to be du^ ,lU'�h 10,000 copies of y^e 'Parasite.' a''p'ubllbatf(Jn banned by I tlijB n^j^W'^^^eJ^^lj^^^; l\lr. * .J* "J. .J. .J* .J* .J* *j� .J. .J. tj. �j# SHERWOOD ONCE HAD .J TROTZKY IN TOILS ? Ottawa, Oct. 11.-In a state- ? nient issued today by C. H. > Cahan, K.C., new director of public safety, regarding the ? : ? : ? : ? > ? : > : < VANCOUVER HAS 33 CASES Vancouver, Oct. 10.-A total of 33 cases of Spanish influenza were reported up to noon today, an increase of 14 during the past 24 hours. The cases are distributed among 20 homes. claim ''lega to briefs In tho case. ifcbl^iliig CLOSE MEETINGS IN 'PEG Winnipeg, Oct. 11.-The chief medical officer of the city of V/innipeg today Issued a proclamation which will suspend' practically, all public assemblies witiln the city until all danger of Infection from prevailing pulmonary disease Is considered past. All sciiools, theatres, churches, moving picture houses, business colleges, dance halls and other places where pfeople asserhble in numbers are to he closed beginning Satiirday night and departmental and other stores, dining rooms, street cars, railway trains, etc, are to be regulated under special pre- cautionary measures as from the same date. Eleven new case^. of Spanish influenza are reported. - i' :: Big Sale of :: Pattern Hats Just arrived a large and beautiful assortment of high class pattern hats which I will put on sale tomorrow. Silic Velvets and Plush and Chenitte in all colors beautifully trimmed, ranging in price from $5.00 to ^ $14.00. Hats in Silk VelvaH from $3.$0 to $5.50. Mrs. McMEEKIN 318 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ;