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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1918 nHi:: Ll-.iJIbHlDDK DAILY liEKALiJ PAGE NINE ? : ? : : : *{ "TO THE MOTHERS" ? � � 4>   * � � rufo about "Hurrah'' for. King, and country, And 'for the boys "out there," I Put those dear' old grey-haired mothers,' I Do you think of the burden they . .'bear? '[.. ;, i � . , . . I O'hoy have no soIdJer coavrade,, No changlns scene? that ch^er; � Their battles must be lought'alone Through each; ibng year.-, i So we'li spare 'a "Hurrah" lor mother, . And say a prayer for her, too, jFor though her heart may be break-  Ing, boyS, . -She bravely fights on for-you. � -M.H.   >  �. MlSB H. Colllni and Miss L. Cameron were vUltora for the Thanksgiving season with Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, in Macleod.    Mr. R. V. Dawson, who has been visiting in the city with his slstei-, Mrs. D. A. Taylor, en route from the coast, left yesterday for Peterboro.   �' , Mrs. P. D. Shaw just received word that her nephew, Lieut. Charles Francis Maude], M.C., was wounded in action. Me is an only son of Dr. and Mrs. Maudel, of Bedford, England. � � � W. H. MacGregor, C.P.R. roadmas-ter, left -yesterday to make Okotoks his headquarters. Mrs. MacOregor will spend a couple of weeks in Edmonton beiforo going to Okotoit'R." ' �  � Word lias been received by Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Neve that their son, FVank, who lives near Duluth, is dying of pneumonia. Through the Herald they have learned that he is in that portion which has recently been destroyed by fire. _   * Miss Roberta Sage, graduate oi: the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, who has been ill with Spanish influenza in Calgary, is convalescing al her home in the clly.  � * Mrs. 13. A. Sharnian lias received word (hat her nephew, VVni. McNaugh- ton, a Huron county hoy, has been killed in action.  * Fi Mrs. W. R. Stillwell and .son Dur-wood of High River, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Anderson. Prepared for the Coming It will pay you to anticipate your requirements in fall and winter unde wear early because our stock is now at its best in the way of varied selection. Prices will be higher later on-the mills are now running to capacity and in many cases unable to accept repeat orders. With this situation in view we would advice you to buy and buy early. A stock of high quality merchandise moderately priced await your requirements. We bought early and in big quantities with these points but even our big stock will not last any too long. m view, LADIES' COMBINATIONS Medium weight cotton combinations for early fall and winter wear. Made with, long sleeves and close fitting neck. A well made garment and moderately priced, n aa at, suit......................................... ibtVV WOOL COMBINATIONS Ladles' Puce Wool Combinations dn soft fine quality. Made with elbow sleeves and V neck. This is one of our beat selling and finest values. ,FnH range of C e|� sizes, at,, suit .":................................. D�DU CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR An excellent quality of underwear. Made In combinations with long sleeves, high neck and drop seat in natural wdbl. These garments wash well and wear well, o aa In all sizes, 2-year size at ..................... ^IIU CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS This is a little lighter weight in wool and cotton. Made in good fitting style with long sleeves and high, neck and c'.osed crotch. Full range of sizes, in white only, | up from ........................................ X*4U MEN'S UNDERWEAR Sten's Wool and Cotton Underwear, made in full range of sizes in excellent weight. Well fin-ishcjd and good wearing quality. Specially |?A priced at,^.garment..............�....... 1�DU MEN'S UNDERWEAR ken's Fine Pufe Wool Underwear. This is a lino.'qf Underwear that we carried over so you canji judge' for yOurselt how good the quality and price ilB.when compared with prices today, o ga Bach......................A.aU LADIES' CdMBINATIONS Not a';flne_^wool com^^ but made In wool ani''cotton in a medium weight for those who canpiot wear pure wool. Full range of sizes. Half sleeves and ankle length only. Q QC Suit.............� LADIES' COMBINATIONS Fall weight of liadles' Cotton Combinations, made .with' long or short sleeves and high neoic and ankle length, suitable for early fall wear. !� OC'..t..r.v;,-,..........l�^a. LADIES' UNDERWEAR LadleS' Vests arid Drawers In soft fine W9ava of cotton suitable for those who cannot wear wool. Good tlttlnjs and good wearing quality. AA - Bach............sue COnON VESTS Ladies' Cotton Vests, made with long sleeves and high neck. These are worth almost double our retail price today, but .we bought them when the mills were not so busy. Extra Special OC-. this week........'....................... oDC LADIES'UNION SUITS Ladies' White Knitted Cotton Union Suits, made in excellent quality ot fine cotton with long sleeves and high neck. Full range of sizes. O O C Moderately priced at, suit............... �f�iO LADIES'VESTS Ladies' Cotton Vests In fine ribbed weave, niade with long sleeve and high neck, soft finish, suitable for present vrear. Only, each....................... MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Union Underwear, made in all sizes in good heavy weight. Well finished and unbeatable quality. We make a special of this line al, garment ................... 75c 1.50 MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Pine Pure Wool Underwear. This Is a line of underwear that we carried over 80 you can judge for yourself of the quality and price. Good range 2 of sizes, at, each EXTRA SPECIAL WHITE FLANNELETTE in good quality and good weight. A j'eal bargain that will help you hi. making the children's underwear, etc. Worth easily 25c yard. OA - Special this week, yard............. aUC SPECIAL 300 YARDS OF FiNE HEAVY cotton SHEETING in best quality, tree from dressing and filling. It is two and one half yards wide BO that the width may be used for the length of a sheet if desired. Reg- fjkC-ular $1.25 yard. Special this week ... VDC the Best /or Less and Satisfaction We are Sptciilists ip CORSETS RYLANDS & CO. Ready-toWear FURS AND HOSIERY amateur' .Needed There is ^ifeeti^- .hond for volunteers to h>'rs" in ilie present epidemic. .Many casus have occurred whore both parents are ill and help \k nucrleil in caring for the cliildrcn and auperintenjling , the housii. These cases arc not .scriouH, but help is needed for diiy or two. Ladies wlio could volunteer to liol]) in this groal. need are asked to plioni^ ihe Nursing .MisBion iiT-',:\i, ut once. LEERS. FROMHUNSOVER WOMAN'S NERVES MADE STRONG , By Lydia �. Pinkham-s TE 'NSIEI' c� ? ? ? ? > ? ? Mr.. J. T. Ross, Deputy Minisitor o� Education, Is in the ciiy.  �.. � Mrs. David Warnock, wifo of lUe former member of. parliaiiionl for Pincher Creek, Alia., ivlio ha.'; benn a resident of' Ottawa for ilio iiast four years, will spend thn winter in Victoria, B.C. Mr:-i. Warnoclc with her daughter, Miss Leslie and son. Master Melville have h * ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? * ? RED CROSS SOCK REPORT > ? FOR SEPTEMBEJ? ? : ? > *! 'J* ? ? K' 't' ? ? ? ? Aden ?,, Mrs. A. Alexander r>, .Mrs. Andernest 1. Mrs. Anderson ;!, Mrs. Buchanan 2, .Mrs. Blackburn .'2, Mrs. Ball L Mrs. Bonyman 3. Burdett 1, Mrs. R. Crawford 1. Coaldale 8, Convent 3. Mrs. iS. Cowan 2, Mrs. J. Davidson 4, .Miss Dunk 2, Mrs^ D. Donald 2, Eastern Star .""i. Miss Emmerson 1, Foremost 13, Mrs. Fetterly 1, Mrs. Gifford 1, .Mrs. Gurr 1, Mrs. Horspool 2, Mrs. Hage 1, Mr.s. John Horne 2, Mrs. J. S. John.ston 4, Mrs. C. Jenkins (donated) 1, .Mrs. W. Kenny 2, Mrs. W. D. King 1. .Mrs. t^aycock fi, Mrs. Llngard 3, -Mrs. J. Murdock 3, Magratlv Jlrs. M. McClure 2, Milk River 2-1. .Major Jack Ross, per Mrs. Conybeare 2, Mrs. .Miller (Sterling) 7, Mrs. G. McDonnell 3, Mrs. Morgan L J.'lrs. MuKenzie 1. Mrg ? : U. S. PASSES SIX BILLION WAR BUDGET Washington. Oct. 10.--The military deficiency bill, carrying $0,345,755,000 for the enlarged war program, was reported to the house today by the appropriation committee. It provides $6,1,52,062,000 for the army. $107,217,000 for the navy and $70,000,000 for ifamily allowances lor soldiers and sailors. iyi' : ? ? : ? ; : ? ? ? ? .;. C> � O � 0 � ? STRIKE FOR AN - .> : London. Oct. 16.-.4. general ? > political strike has been call- ? ? ed in Moravia and - Bohemia ? > and great demonstrations in la- ? : vor ot an independent state ? have taken place at Prague, ? according to a Zurich dispatch. ? All tlieatres and places of pub-A lii: meeting have been closed. Deputies are said to have declared in speeches that the final phase of a Czech revolution is begun. � ? ? ? : : : : ? : ? > : < IN YOUR HOUSE Fond of Goo of course! But wKy not make it BETTER Coffee? Cojfee at its BEST, in fact- SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet "Perfisct Coffee-Perfectly Made", it solves tKe problem. CHASE & SAMBORM MONTREAL Sufferers from it require special little delicacies to tempt the appetite. Here are some suggestions froni "The Bay." listed at specially rediiceij prices to meet the occasion. PHONE 313 WE DELIVER THE GOODS Bovrll, 2 oz, regular 45c, ^A - Today ........................ TtvC Bovril, 8 oz., regular $1.50, � oq Today .................... .Tohnston's Fluid Beef, 16 oz. | oa regular $]..35. Today ...... la^V Bovril Cordial, 16 oz., reg- |' CA ular $1.00. Today ............ 1�0U Clark'.s Fluid Beef Cordial, |, oa 10 oz., regular $1..30. Today ,.. I vibU Custard Powdei-, Garten's, 1 Packets ...................... luC Tins....................30c Canned Soups, Clark's, Van Camps and Libby's, assorted. % Q Tins.........XOC .Telly Powders. McLaren's and Imperial, assorted flavors. 1A#� Packet V........... lUC no CHARGE for DELIVERY HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY u. s. SHIPPING LAUNCHED Washinigton. OcL IS.-Eight ships ot 42,350 deadweight tons -were delivered to the shipping board for thd week ending Oct. 11, It was announced today. Five ships wertS steel and. three wooden. IN hundreds of homes today the Vocalion is bringing transforming influence of great,music. This wonderful new phonograph should be introducing into your life its vital beauty, its inspiration of exquisite art. In the perfection of'its powers beyond any phonograph you ^ave ever heard, the Vocalion is a great, modern, musical instrument-soon to be a necessity in every home. WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. C. SALMON, ^lANAGER HULL BLOCK 81759? ;