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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19t8 THE LKTHRRIDGK lEKlJ HERALH PAGE ELE^'EN, ? ; ? ; : * � ? ? > r. Tliero'B aoifnethlng I'll-tell you that's true;  K. isn't your friends who're unhappily 0(1(1-^ ; . 'PliG ouo thut Is queer is just you. Wlieii everyone 'round you ueems all out of sorts, And does nothing quite to your mind, The trouble is not with your nelgli-bora and friends- 'Tin yourself out-of-sorta you will find. When tew of your'n?ighborB see anything right, . (And such is the case all along), Of their point of view 'tis not best to complain- ^ Ten to one 'tis yourself that ds wrong. To put the world right, this is what must be done: ,. - First put yourself right aiid you'll nn|l V Not one of your neighbors and friends at all queer. But helpful, unsellish ^nd Icind! AdelbBjrt'J'. daldwell. - '.J'^tJ- George Nlchol, for.^�n -ot- the Strathroy branch of 'thje. Dominion CannerB, was crushed to; defeth be-Death fifteen tons ot o|nne&  peas 'while attempting to' prop Aip 'a floor. f,, .;. ij. ^ .;. PERSONAL � : ? * ? ? '> ? ? Mias McDonald ot Winnitred, was a visitor for the week-end with Mrs. M. IWcMahon. *   Miss May K. Holmes, who ha.s been on nursiug duty in Vancouver, is at present vlgiting in Victoria,, prior to returnirig to Alberta. '  ,^  ^ ' Mr. G. \V. .Madd.ison left yesterday for Edmontpn.. . * * " Lieut. Amoldi, who wa.s the guest of Dr. and Mrs. G. \V. Leech during her visit.in the city, left last night for Nanton; "where she addres.sed a meeting this afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Dbnahub, who lui.^ hr^on visiting in Soatti'6'.'haB"'l''ri in ��jKinrt the winter In California, r^(f). .Steve Mitcbel) rcliij-j/ud from ovftr.sfaH duty on TuuHduy, drefis a /nyotiiig of-tlie Hoaldaln ("oii-Holiduted Mchool tomorrow night, 'i'hoso 111 the city who did not heiu- hi.-; roccnl, It'cUire .shotild take this oppo)--lunity of hearing him at Coaldale, Thu proceeds ;ire for thf siilpnient ot ii|i-))les being sent ov(>r,sefis by the Women's Civic club,  �  The readies' .Society of the B, of h. F. & K. will hold a danix- in the KnightK ot I'ytiijas iiall tomorrow night. �   MLi's., Seaman's secUon of the Rehd-kahs will meet with (he executive ,11, lier liomo, IiTJ lltli St. South, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock,  � * jVIr.s. Fox'.'i .section of tlic Wesley Ijiidlea' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. D. B. Iloyl, 12i;i lith Ave, A, to- niop-ow afternoon at. .': o'clock,  �  -Mr. iiiichaniin's hu-niro on his re-the evening in dancing, i'tc. .Vlitgliell! cent visit to die fighring zone, which .Mrs. ,J. P. Irwin is a viHitor in the city.  SOCIAL EVENTS #   � Pto. .Stove Mitchfli. or ihn ii:uh Highlanders, who retiirnid i!i iIk. city on Tfiesday � after beinK ovrscas for two yoars. was the gu(';-:i iii lioiior at a'dinner given at l!>an's li;ill at llar-diovllle, last evening by hia family and the people of the village. About sixty people were present and spent was presented with a gold watcli'.l^nd fob by the people of tlie village, \iilh whom ho is very popular. mm* Mrs. .iames Dry.-idaln entertained a number of friends to an afternoon tea on Wednesday. A nio.-'l enjoyable time was spent in,knitlin.i;.  9 � o , � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? '> ? ? Mr. W. A. Buchanan. .Mi'., will ad- CONTRIBUTED BY EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE BUSY STORE AND AGAIN EMPHASIZING THE FACT THAT IT MEANS MUCH MONEY SAVED TO BUY AT CLARKE^S.  " Never before in the history of this business have we been so well prepared to meet the needs of the women of this city and district as we are this season; and never before have we been in a position to^ offer such outstanding values; market conditions and high standard of qualities considered, as we offer you this Friday and Saturday. YOU REAP THE BENEFIT OF THE MANY LUCKY PURCHASES MADE BY OUR BUYER WHILE IN THE EAST-AS REPRESENTED IN THESE GENUINE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS AT PRICES WHICH IN MOST CASES ARE LESS THAN PRESENT WHOLESALE. Frio-Sat Eairgaiis in Dress Go EXTRA! , BEAUTIFUL SWISS CREPE DE CHENE>$1.38 Regular $2.00 and $2.25 Value Lovely soft quality pure silk, 36 inches wide. Colors ivory, black, maize, gold, flesh, old fosc, sky, Copenhagen, Russian green, hur-gundj', wine, navy, mauve and black. : EXTRA! DURABILITY SILK-WASHABLE AND VERY DURABLE-$1.75 Values up to $2.25 A lovely quality silk, 36 inches wide for waists and underwear, very serviceable and splendid to wear. Colors sky, flesh, maize, ivory, pld rose, tan and Copenhagen blue. FINEST QUALITY MUSK-RAT COAT - - - $132.50 Regular $160.IX) Value A beautiful quality full . furred coat, made ot .well matched skins. Nice dark colors, 8(1 inch sweep, ."iO inches long. Size up to 44. Lined throughout .with splendid quality brown siiic poplin. THIS COAT WOULD BE G0013 VALUE AT THE REGULAR PRICE BUT WAS SECURED BY OUR BUYER AT A VERY LOW FIGURE TO TAKE A QUANTITY. YOU SAVE $17.50 ON THIS GARMENT. will be given tonioiTow night at Coal-daln. is one ot (.�xceptional interest (0 everyone interested in the war. It will he given in the Consolidated school aiiditoriuni. � � � Tlie Live Wire cla.ss will meet at the iionie of Mi,8s (,!. Parsons tomorrow evening at 7..'iO for practice. Ail members reijuc.'jt.cid to attend. -  - Tlic .N'ext-of-Kin will meet in tlie flloo.se Jiall Friday evening at T.HO. All members i-oquested lo attend. �  w We.iley choir practice will be held as usual on Friday night of this week. m � m ,y .: .;. .; > FOOD BOARD FLASHES ; FOR FEMININE FOLK : : : : ? : : : ? > ? * There are tlio.-ie wlio believe that the allies are an l':asy Street in the matter of food supplies now. This is a huge mistake. Listen to one of the most recent statements of .Mr. .1. K. Clynes. Briti.sh .Alinister of Food: "The food difficulties of the world are bound to increase despite every effort to avoid them . , . . The reserves ot food might be described as the final factor in military success and food reserves can be assured not merely by .spasmodic cultivation during one season but by steady and continuous endeavour in every form of agricultural service." OCTOBER ROSES ? : ? : ? > : : ? Extra HANDSOME TRIMMED HATS-$6.75 Values up to $10.00 Some of the very latest and best models of this season included in this Friday-Saturday bargain 16t'. American pattern hats of very .latest and most becoming: designs. .Styles suitable for every type of facte. In a range ot colors to suit alrabst-any garment. Fri.4ato Bargains in Hosiery ^ EXTRA! ! HEAVY SILK BOOT HOSE \ 90c Regular S1.26 Value Extra good quality silk boot to knee with lisle top. Plain colors ol brown, grey, beige, black and white and strived boot of sky, pink, and black.and white. f o FINEST SUEDE LISLE GLOVES $1.00 Regular $L25 and $1.35 Value Natural chamois, buck, white and grey. A splendid quality, good wearing glove, with heavily stitched backs of white or black, size 6 to 7V,. . Bargains EXCELLENT QUALITY HEAVY VELOUR KIMONAS - $5.00 Cheaper by far than we offered similar garments for a year ago. Neat block check designs in various colors, trimmed with satin bands and cord at waist. in Ready-to-Wear EXTRA! BEAUTIFUL NEW NOVELTir SKIRTS - $12.75 Worth up to $17.50  . Striped DuqJieBse Silks in brown, green and navy and checked' Velours in gold, navy and greeq, alj of very latest and moat attractive style's. HANDSOME MOIRE PETTICOATS - $3.50 Regular $5.00 Value Beautiful quality moire cloth with pin stripe of black. Colors mauve and grey. Deep vuffled flounce. Mado in the proper width tor present season styles, and wonderfully cheap at the Friday-Saturday bargain price. There have been some splendid vegetahles produced in the cily thi.s fall, btil there are not iuany gardens in which roses are flourishing at this .season of the year. At tlie 'lome of .Vllss Conn, however, on 7(h .St.., arc. to he seen a profusion of beaulitul pink roses that are blooming as merrily as if it were .lune. By a system of careful cultivation these flowers have been brought to a splendid stage ot perfection, and are an evidence of what care and attention will do in this climato vhich produce.' rosei in October, ? FRUIT CAKE The following recipe for fruit cake has been given lo the Herald, It has been tried and found to be very suc-cesslul and should prove useful to those making cakes to send overseas: ;') cups of flour lone of them 'to flour the fruit), 'iy^ cups brown sugar, 1 cup molasses, 1^^ cups shortening, 1 cup milk, 5 eggs, 'j. lbs. raisins, 2 lbs. currants, 1 lb. mixed peel, % lb. blanched almonds, % teaspoonful salt, 1 teaspoonful haking soda, 1 teaspoonful ground cinnamon, 1 teaspoonful cloves, 1 taaspoonful nutmeg. Bake slowly. This quantity is sufficient tor 2 good-sized cakes or four 1-lb. coffee tins, and will impr6ve with age. : : ? > ? * : : > ? * BED CtoMFOI?TER$ AT "THE BAY" To Encourage Early Buying Tlier.e displays are very important; important from three angles; you can save time and see at a glance exactly tho chai'acler of Bed (Joiiiforlers and e.xceptional values yon will find at this store;^ will see ill a moment the advantages of early inirchasing while the'lines lire complete: Shd our salespeople can render best sei-vice with such .'fpleildid stocks at their command. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS Wveryono with the "Seal of Quality" label on them. Beautiful cfcl-orfngs of gold and brown, old ro.se. green and green, red, pink, s'ity, Aral) brown, pale blue, etc. Some in the deep panel finish-others self colored panel T^ith deep borders-in fact all the newest and latest. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS SI 1.50 Look for the "Searl of Quality" label. DOWN FILLED . COMFORTERS f l| $27.00 ' f I.ook for the "Seal ot Qual- ity" label. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS $18.50 .Look.for the "Seal of Quality" label. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS W mm ' Look for the "Seal of Quality" label. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS $22.50 Look for the "Seal of Quality" label. DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS $45.00 Look tor the "Seal of Qul-ily" label. ' See Them in The Windows DOWN FILLED COMFORTERS $8.75 Look for-the "Seal ot Quality" label. See Them in The Windows RED CROSS NOTES ? ? ? Extra CHILDREN'S COATS OF PURE WOOL BLANKET $6.50 Sizes 20 to 24, that wiU fit child-' ron three to .six years of ago. Colors cardinal, brown, rayal and navy blue. Made in very smart style with belt. Patch pockets and close fitting collar. Lined with heavy grey flannel. I Fri.-SaL Bargains in Extra ! Pt/RE rmisH nainsook - 3Sc / ' Beeular 50c Value- " Lively fine quality, soft and free from dressing, 33 Inches wide. Very special value at the Frlday-Saturdny bargain price. Extra ! FANCY STRIPED REPPS Regular 65c Value' -45 ; > ' The following articles ped lo Calgary from Branch Red Cross, Oct. 16th: So nurses aprons. 54 A. D. cover,"!, 13a T. bandages, .96 M. T. bandages, 40 bedpan covers. 2,'J2 C. binders, 324 face cloths, 732 handkerchiefs, TS op. gowns, 124 op. socks, 138 suits pyjamas. 140 P. P bags, 04 shirts, 384 towels. ICS trench caps, 90 ward siioe.s, luB pillow slips, 3" amputation socks, 78 sheets. 30 pneumonia jackets. 12 fomentation wringers, 180 liead bandages, 48 sHngs, 127 iiairs ,'iOck3. Total 3430 articles. Mrs. Wm. Scott, convenor; Mrs. Stewart. fj, �. > '> ^ \' SPANISH INPLUENZA Uii%' ;' of Devonshire, died at ' Waahiniton',,; where he was attached to thtf British] embassy. He was a Tic;,tlm .ot-ijpfrie^V monia following Spanish infltienza. ' 'Mi A MASON & RIS'CH-.PIANO : ,6.adB a wholesome, refined touch fo the home atmosphere such as no other article of home ,entertaining equipment can do. Let us show you these superior instruments. , ^ GET SOME MUSIC IN THE HOME FOR THE LONG WINTER EVENINGS THAT ARE AHEAD Our Exchange Department has recently taken Into stock a small Henry Herbert Studio''Piano in mission oak, in exchange for a Player-Piano. It is nearly new and wduld grace any drawing room. We are asking *Q9r' Art for this instrument, with ^OAdcUy bench to match. 4"  ,^lt,will'pay you to c^ll and examine thl� piano. EASY PAYMENT PLAN BALMORAL BUOCK FIFTH ST.'S. L�THBR'lt)Qe 1654 ;