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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I7 n in ay, ootohku 11, mis ruii Lfn'inmiix.s u-ily i.kkalo PAGE KLRVKN > > > > > �> > : ; > ; : �> PERSONAL ? > : > > > : > > > ; > > > > > > Mrs. Collier, who lias boon visiting hi the city Ith her daughter, Mrs. \). ^M. Smith, ban returned to her home in Medicine, lint.    Mr. (V Phillip* of Crnnbrook, I* vis-Wng hh; *istura. the Mioses Phillips, in Iho city.  * * Mr:;. Tolnn of Mnrilroal, who has Von visiting in I*cthbrldge, and How Island, has loft for her homo in Iho. east.    M r. c. K. Carberry 1iam returned from a trip to Vancouver and Victoria. m  m Mr. and Mrs. Hemming of How Island. w�r�> motor visitors in Lofhhrlogo JilHl, WOek, m m m Mr. Dick Held, who h:is been v'..^-ing in the city, has relumed to his home in Mow Island. Mr. IL T. Hrymnor had the misfortune* to fracture hln le^ yesterday afternoon.  * m KrlftndH ot' Mir* Athlon will ho pleased to hoar that she is recovering from her (HiiflHS very satisfactorily. �  * Mr. and Mrs. And row Peterson were motor visitor?: in (ho cdty on VVednoH-day.   * Miss Klizaboth As^vilth. daughD-rof tho former British Premier, and Stop, hen McKomia, the novelist, me replied In London ait engaged ,H* "nir-Hod. O  * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > i Tho Olils* Aiixilhny wish lo thank (hose who have made i-ontrihutUms to ward the shipment of fruit tor tho \ Frank Sanatarittm. An* there not diners who would help to celebrate the Thanksgiving season by remcmborim; those hoy.m who have dune so much for Canada, by leaving a Jar of fruit at t ho Herald Off iff t omnrrow, or Willi MisH Mackenzie, ::!.; i:;th . st roof south, ( phono f.U'j t. THREE DEATHS IN REGINA Poglna. Oct. \ t. Kit'teen more. Spanish influenza easea aro roported here today. Tho death tot;,) mih .* t)lf. hoKinniiu: of th( opideniir is throe l P h Women's House Slippers, broken sizes, per pair ^4 Children's Shoes, sizes to 7V'L�. per pair...........$1.95 �it'* WC ARC 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 COSTUME. w. NELSON & Co. SHtRLOCK DUILDING Com e and elect Yow O o Styles Correct and Prices Right Lelhbridge PHONE 457 L. A. SCOTT, Manager 407 FIFTH STREET S., LETHBRIDGE ) SPECIAL FOR THANKSGIVING MILK FED TURKEYS. CHICKENS AND FOWL ALSO CHOICE GRAIN FED BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK AT REASONABLE PRICfc*. INDEPENDENT MEAT PHONE 635 MARKET ifOtNSE No. 9-2438 425 FIFTH ST. 8. I Jio f *.(;.].T. Kirks ol K fm;v church" j arc holding u "hike' on Hatnrdtiy morn- 1 itlK- All loon ji^p Kirls who winh to atlend will moot in (Jio ba.Moniont ot \ Knox church at '.�.lib a m. Kaeh Rirl ! oxpoctod tit briiw; her o .vu Inn' h. * The Kir.it Aid of 11n* | S: .bdri'n A in i>u In nee Rrit'jid*- Over Me;) - I AlleillC! of I he mi. i .!|el.,:> i (>| Mll'ler \\)t> (Ml.1 pice- (�J the ! Aid of St Patrick'.', church in aid  � ' the bazaar, will be nidd at tin? rt i defl* e n{ Mri;. A ' S,HiM(|ei . 1 f 7th Ave South, on l-'rid iv .H' �:nm^ October 1Mb   * j '''he i iramal i* A rt t' .n'.e ' wh ;.� ; tO ,lll\e llt'eM llebl )\\ I1!" I'uit":! j riiurch haii f ouh'ht ire po poi;e�l by older of i i i *� niedillti he.,|; b | oft i:e. A'lMoino eiiiei,' - V. ,il fie ::i.ol 'the pr* d -i; .01) 1 V.illl' p 1 i I j  nil t  lii' A ' 1 1 k llo'.c w , *1 I 1 . H T ' 1 .1.11 0 d i i 'I hii: �!;!; n 4 t � �55 11 1 t'.r 4 I lia'NGS THE i t j Hi*1 ! nrp Hut li*1 i :i ri tiioM' at ! h#* f  i;i n�i. \>M > i Ii* �r'  ii *i 1 MHh Sirnin, wild .i-^i^f#-i| Mr M.i;mn up if: ilKirnf **t' fhi* Sir Alncaml*1!" il^l' CiLiptcr I U i* i\ HAND. B I t.^,.r./ K ft *r i m! r mini' f .i J  - * - * l/" i # i r > ^'1 v, hi t �1 Si f\* - - l'r;� H i;rry n!i! \ . Si/' i I'nn' 1�(-'1 2.50 i:;;J Glove; '�' 4.00 3 3 NECKWEAR IN KEEPING WITH THE SPIRIT OF THANKSGIVING ' !;'.v.'.i r id" i he \ 1 ry ia'e -t and tin linlini; .ill iho novelties !i � .:n--* ai ri\ i d in nine for thN e:> ').!�'!!. I neludeil .il'e } i Jeuj'jp-t I e and � i [,�� de rberp- .'.vi'b :-atin in-,.-n--. �'( f'olet -i are mai7.o, I 'U' . .*V -o ;iinl v.'hre. 'id,u there are  lie new wind ' "I" I �". Ill Ilif new :-ll(l! sill; > ! . and iiin.'i daiut \ cuinbm a' imi.- of eupe'iiiK-. The prices range from 75c to Z2.7rj each. Linen Handkerchiefs Me' *t.U-d: ;aa � ' '.'.ii' let V 1 - 4 t. i in i , pr.r. sde nut ical .joc-ot  'b; ' 'he v M . a' rbe fr^nt, 'die' tuiluwiu^ v-.eic t;,.. rl- * 'in,, �. [ l'ian.� nun.her-- 1 inprmittu , M;ni>r. h r. 11  hi;e,i , 1* ini .*, 1 and ,iu-i ,il rived '�- I '111. 'l lu ..... ('>>]�>� ;-.ni! vi!-u i he n� \. t '.i :r.; >�oie V ..� . id f-'riiitar. |i  :n ,,(.. AND WE DELIVER THE GOODS THINGS GOOD TO EAT AT SPECIAL PRICES FOR THANKSGIVING DAY Ontario (irape.j, Con- �* �  "i.|. ha she:..........DdC i rauhon irs. t hone, *j m ' ibv.................Joe H� ......... ^UC I-.. ....................10c l 11p ("olerv. -� �\ !i....................... 1UC "LUXURA" CANDIES Made in r�,ir own Kaclury. "Luxura" ("horoUites, assorted flavors. Koj'tiiar �;oC "WriKlovs" Cuin. n for ................... �3C SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR THAT BOY AT THE FRONT Cowan's Sw.'e; Chocolatt*. \:, lb. cahe.s n\t Oft .a-.dt .................. ZUC A NEW SHIPMENT OF DRESSES 25.00 JU8T ARRIVED lu silks ami guoruetteH in grey,' bind*. Hol^lan blue, wisteria and i oho. Tho very latest, modolp. Prices range from............... Our rungc of LADIES* 8UIT8 are unecpmtlod in tho �� materials which comprise eloth. velvet, twepds, norge, broadi loth aud soimiiio RngliriH Twoods, in all tiio Intpst. nntl doslted shad oh. F'rlced from ;_3 .4 j UninaiH'o in t' ;^h*it \k innjur * i�I�,p .. rhi'pm; Urft �4u in On;- \:b > ' aivy; \iinio Laurie - l.ad\ him ScoM; M'^s Simni i;uvc ' led- Kp.r ,' i hy Lully. and "A Ulnliday" ny H | Huntington W oilman �   ' � �� i f AOdtiief pJ.iIKt (e wiiiili were {;*. hn- .as $1.50, $1.65 and $1.75 per yard 1 L I AN EXTRA SPECIAL FOR THE BOYS II only. Ib.\>" Na\y Jer ry Suit.-. Cetiunie |!ritisli mako *t -Mar;*.ai 'M's hi and Sizes (17 and s years. Hej;ular ' liM 4 * 2.29 $39.00 to $95.00 'ihe Ladies' Coaf section is re-pleto with till the latest, n�w niTivalM having rv has mado a hit, so daimy and uuiiiuo is it. Ilor*� aro sitooifUj*l ju-i a I�'\v ol' tho many oxnuisito mtitoriats for niakUu; ";!n> Hotio* if* ;i(if 111[I" to he found horp. ' I loally ro^rivril hy ! ho It:,*- w\\* va** ; ,  ;i^�v very \scll lino to he -,dd at a ; pr, bl.u k, rosoila. pink and ZIRA" MARQUISETTE \ new and novel window decoration. A plain ma. ipnsett rb d idvronno designs ami colorings. .Mercori/.ed finifihed. i:n lies wide. Yard ....... + + 4 with 1.35 it Tho trio, by Kitty and Tilly Comb j . _. man and Mi\s. .lohnson was, howovor, | i\\ \t>ry muidi onjoyeil and tho selections | bt";, ! hy l^ora Noel, who has been a pupil j | of Mrs JoJiu.ion for I vi-urs, wero j |�r � boautlfuUy rendfrt*d Following were i ^ Mho numbers: Spark', hy Uora Noel; i .Minuet in (L by Kitty ami Tilly Goodman; Mazurka by Rachel llishop; Pa per Chain, by Muriel Allison; leather liose. by Helen McKillop; In (ho Mill. by ViiKinia Seizor: Andante i Duetl. j JJI-primo Dora Nool; Boat Hido. by Chris- j v-tina Kerrior; Winter SnortP. by Wln-^^i tile ScoM; Wooden Shoo Dance, by j ro-c Spe inch OS v, id* POPLIN p. r $1.89 yard lu beaut iful rich * hades of i.'.-e and Krrei). A very popular and Mt'vicoablo material for side draping, ol". a') inches wide, per vard ........ 3.25 CHIFFON VOILE An extra fine,, quality in u clean even sheer wonvo. lloni-stitched odw with fancy design and floral border:-*. ;1S inches wide. I'er yard, aae to...................... 70c the ; i.:"i am Johnson; t 4vmv.,.^ f ., *s i �I i Nora Wellington. I k\iue of tinomes, by Dora Noel; Sou^r, by Miss M�!u Wtdlinfiion; Valso Hrllliante, by j I ^ Uhona McQueen; At tho Fountain, hy , fa Kitty (inodman; Spanlsii Dance, hy; ^fl trono }lrook�; Walzo Trio, Kiny and i Tilly iloodman and Mrs. lUuntninK lllrd; lUnoit. bv Xaomt (Iraut; Melodio Op. No. ;:. To iho His- i ing Sun. by Tilly Uoodman; mid dram! VflUe HrlUlunte, hy Dora Notd; rtonp. by Miss Mcta Wellington; Waltzing London, (Vi !l Lieiurol. 11 M Doll, In tho Lovely Month or May, by Mu!for(li tu in. Mi:|l;,i "vVUmipe;;, Naomi Oraut; Nocturne Dp. ;,;>, No t.i ,.M?ll|Uill u Rro.in t .uamandor with iho Dora Noel, God Save tho Kiiu: > nill^ (.0|0IU, Ipsaris Bay (jbrnjiany r 1 ii * m CANADIAN FLIER FROMOTLD t  �  > *: .;�;. departmental and other stores, dining, cautionary rnoafiiires an from the samo V it* I 70 DEATHS IN MONTREAL MouUvai. i)ci. 1 1. h'loven frenh deaths from Spanish inlhionz.i ninou.'; soldiorn si*:??>�' > > ? * > * ot. II- in a si ale-meiH issued today by bo regnlatod umU?r Bpecial pre- influeiua aro roportml. * * also roported. lit i y nino doaths froni iY iiitlnonza orrunvd amoiiK oivilian patJontj) yostoriluy. :: Big ale VANCOUVER HAS 33 CASES i Vancouver. Oct. 10.-A total of :\\\ cases of Spanish influenza worn reported up to noon today, an Increase, of i 1 during tho past :'4 hours. Thf $510. alleged tn he due upon 10,000 copies of > I l.^o 'Parasite,' u'puhltuutlon banned by ** the Cutuu^Lui pieati eeiiHor. ^pat^i Mr. > Sponce ab(VDQ^Jinloi^sAllia^cc dls-> clalnt logaL roBjinnfllWUty; tiroordtng v > �V V* > ? ? ^ lo briefs in tho case. CLOSE MEETINGS IN 'PEG Winnipeg, Oct. II. 'idle tdiief medical officer of iho city of Winnipeg today issued a proclamation whvh will suspend practically, all public acutem-bUo.s wltiin the city until all danger of infection from prevailing pulmonary dlsoa.se is considered past. AH schools, \ heat res, churches, moving picture houses. business colleges, dunce hails and oihor placos where people assemble in numbers art* to be closed beginning Saturday night mid Silk Velvets and Plush and Chenille in all color: beautifully trimmed, ranging in price from $5.00 to $14.00. Ready-to-Wear Hats in Siik Vclvdi �rom $3.50 to $5.50 . rs. MEEKIN 318 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ;