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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KH1DA;Y.,QCT0BER 18, 1,^)1 H iHE LKIHHKJDGK Wi;i',KLY H-;-,v.AL,l? PAGE ELEVEN : : > : �> : : > ? : : Mr. and Mrs. Honnlng, who have Ibeen -vialUng in J^thbrldgo, have re-*unio(l 1,0 thoir home In Bow Island.    Capt, G. W. Porter Is in the city (Trmn Grassy Jjixko.  �  Ourmer Rock, who at one time waa ti resident of Lethbrldge, ia 111 with Spanish influenza in Vancouver.    Mr, L. Garlsen and Mr. Fortz wore *-eelt-ond visitors in I,i�t)i'bri(lge from l3ow Island.    Mrs. J. H. Ag-new of Winnipeg, ar-frivc'rt in the city Wednesday afternoon, and will remain for several wouks, the guest of Miss Agnew.  . * * Mr. Blenher-Hassett and family were visitors in the city from Taber at tlio hoginnlng of the week.   * Word has just heen received by .Mr. 'A. J. Ingram that his son, Gunner Percy A. Ingram, has died of wounds received on October 8th. Gr. Ingram has been two and a half years in the Hghiing zone with the 20th Battery, and was slated for the military service medal. Gr. Ingram had just recently been married to Miss Agues KingBworth Aabtord of Kent, England, while on furlough In Blngland in Sod-tembor.     � � aOCIAL EVENTS  Miss Miriam. Stoltze entertained a number of intimate friends at a de-lightTul dinner party at her home last evening. The table was handsomely decorated in patriotic devices of red, white and blue, tlie cake whicli reposed in a prominent position being strikingly ornamented in the same manner. Artistic place-cards marked the place of each guest, connected by red, white and blue ribbons to a handsome centrepiece of dark red roses, in the centre of ea * � ^> > CH.URCHE8 AND societies � � * : : : : : ? ? ? ? : The Harvest. Tlianksgiving services v,'iIJ be heid at St. Mary's church next Sunday. � m m The Girls' AiixiJiary of St. Mary'.i church are holding a sale ol" work on Tliursday, November 7th. Tim Woman's Auxiliary are liolding their sale of work on Tliursday, December 5.   The Women's .Missionary .Society of the U'uited church, intend boldlng a rummage sale in tlie Miners' hall on Tuesday, Oo^. 22nd. Anyone wishing to flonate parcels of clothing or other NO UNCERTAIN MEANING The full meaning of the name "mason & risgh" is QUALITY, yes-SUPER-QUALITY. ^ This name protects you in buying-it assures you TQP VALUE-it tells you of CHOICEST material and PREFERRED workmanship-It makes certain the LONG LIFJB of original purity of tone and beauty of ca8e-it speaks of almost a halt century of Ingenious and conscientious endeavor in creating a HIGH STANDARD and MAINTAINING IT-it symbolizes a product used and endorsed by renowned artists, famous schools and colleges. Sold to you direct from "Factory to Home." Convenient terms arranged. Nowhere In the world vyhere piano* are sold eould.yoii get a better used piano than we ----now; offer. Its WEBER Piano, a thoroughly good instrument. This price teaches the Invaluable lesson that a GOOD used piano need not necessapily be a HIGH PRICED one. This is a rare chance-at a rock bottom price of RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDQE MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK ^n-a dal^^iy carr^ti-Se"n^erof!-Uc^-I^-se^leave^s^ nrday or Monday. There will also be a sale of home cooking. * � � In the Proyincial Essay Contest put on by the W. C. T. tl. .Te.ssio Hamilton won first prize for Grades'11 and 12, and Evelyn Hamilton won the casli prize in the competition for Grades 0 and 10. �  � The_ Next-of-Kin will meet in the Moose" Hall this evening at 7M. * * � The Girls Guides of St. Cyprian's church will not hold their meeting tonight owing to the epidemic. * * � The usual choir practice of tiie St. Patrick's church will not be held this evening. *  * The C. G. I. T. girl.s of Knox church may surely take their class among pedestrians. The "hike" which they toolt last Saturday consisted of a tramp to St. Mary's, where a round-up was made at the old wooden bridge and a well-earned lunch was tucked away. Following an afternoon's fun. " the girls tripped hack to the city in the early evening. MINGTOPKH I This Is Believed to Be the Main Reason for Quarantine Action. MACLEOD APPEAL CASE BEFORE SUPREME COURT Part of the reason for iJif' drii.-iti.; action of the provincial huulUi iiuUior-Ities in placing a quariuitini^ o}i IIk; city of Ij'ethbridge 'for Spfiiii.sli flu' is believed to be the fact ilinL this city is h clearing bouse tor pu.ssciiHers im-tering Canada by way uf ilii. port of Ooutts. The epidemic i;; .still raging across the line and the pir)vinciiU government is doing all in it^ ijower to prevent cases from cro.'isiiis tl)fi line and spreading the malady In Alberta. This morning 24 new i-u^vf^ wi:vq re-ported hy three local floctotK. This brings the total up to bm it must be noted that several ol' the first cases are now released from quarantine. How long the ciuaraiititic will remain imposed depends entirelv on tho number of new cases reporli- days lo clear up the city. The C.P.n. i,s holdiii!; nil train crews in the yards, and i.-i providing eating and sleeping accommodations so that it will be unneco.s.sai'y for tlie men to leave the yards. Close Calgary Theatres Calgary, Oct. IS.-By order of Dr. C. S. -Mahood, city medical health officer, acting under autliority of the provincial board of lie;iitli, al! theatres in Calgary will be ordered closed tomorrow on jiccount of ilur prevalence of Spanlsli influenza. Death at Moose Jaw Moose Jaw, Oct. 18.- Uotectivn Mugli .lohnsou, officer since who lias made many .sRn.sationiil arrests and was to have been a prominent witness in the liromley murder case, died this morning of pneumonia. He is survived hy a wife and tliree children who are en route from Vancouver. Not Serious Moose .Taw, Oct. IS.-The Spanish influenza epidemic is not considered serious liere, although there are about 7o cases. None of tiiese are severe. A Drastic Action. A''ancouver, Oct. 1*.-As a result of the continued spread of Spanish influenza in this city, an order has been issued by the provincial executive placing the ban on all public assemblies. The closing regiilations will go into effect at once. There were i;)9new oase.s of the disease reported this morning and two more deaths. The action of- the government tol-'low.s I be report transmitted by wire from Dr. Young, W the provincial health department.^.who has investi- Ottawfl.Oct. 15.-In :the siipreaie gated the gen^raliflluSlh^nVkamloops court today the appeal of the town of Macleod vs. Campbell was heard. The town brought an action for taxes arid a number of defences were pleaded, including valuation by-the assessors on a wrong principle which was the only- one deal^ with below. The assessment act requii*es laptl taxed to be valued as "it It were to be conveyed to satisfy a debt.. The appelate division in Alberta held that this principle was disregarded and dismissed an appeal from a judgmejit at the trial, dismissing the action. A. K. Clarke, K.C., appeared for the appellant, LaFleur, K.C., ond E. V. Robertson for respondent. , , has been simiiarl}'|,. treated. New-Westminster and rdiin'cipalities adjoining, this city have already been closed up. A Death at Winnipeg Winnipeg, Oct. IS.-One more death from Spanish inflhenza, with 25 new-cases were reported today. This makes the total 2S6 cases, with eight deaths. The Duchess of Marlborough formerly Aliss Consuelio Vanderbilt of New York, was elected a member of the London county council to represent Southwark, a working class district in London. No Time Like the Present to Choose Your Winter Garments And no store in this city offers such attractive stocks, such variety of choice or such fair and moderate pricing on garments of such excellent style and workmanship as does Clarke's. Not a garment shown here but is new this season and right up to the present minute styles, and from the highest priced right down to our cheapest garments we can assure you of that thorough goodness of quality and workmanship that is bound to give the maximum of satisfaction. SATURDAY SPECIAl^ ilgiiiiii AT "THE .BAY" iiiiP"i""� specials FROM THE DRYGOODS SECTION SILK CREPE PAILLE. 40 inches wide. {Jolors white, purple, reseda, grey, fawn, royal, navy, brown, Regular $2.25. Saturday I'rice only.  Special ............... IMPERIAL NAVY SERGE. This is an old dyo and all wool. 44 inches wide. Our regular $2..50. Saturday only .............. 1.79 WASH SATIN, FOULARDS. In ends to clear in spots and kandy stripes. Values up to $2.00 yard. Special, yard .............. 1.19 DARK GREY BLANKETS. Weight r, lIis. "Our Victor." W'orth .$C.7,'j today. Saturday only, piiir .. 4.99 Another in grey .with red and green stripe. Weight '> lbs. "The C'hinooh". Special. q pair................... OmUO COMFORTERS. Zr, onl.v. well filled and covering of Soft Art Sateens, Silkolines and Chintz. Regular $4,.^0 and ?5.0(). o qq Special .............. �J.>/>7 GIRLS' OR BOYS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE tor school wear. Our 45e line. Saturday only, 3 pairs .............. 1.00 LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. 4 dozen only at thin price. Regular $1.00. Sizes S'/a to 10. Special, pair.............. 69c GLOVES. 6 dozen assorted in wash suede and kid. All at one price. Saturday in grey, tan, white and black. Values to $2.50. Saturday. 1 qq pair................... I.om SQUARES AND RUNNERS. Very daintily embroidered. Extra specials at 45c to ............ 2.50 LINEN ROLLER TOWELING. Regular 35o. Special, � : nf\ yard ..... 6uC TURKIStH. .ROLLER TOWEL, iNG. 18 and 20 inches wide. Regular Snc, Special, ng\ yard .................. ZVC SAVE and buy Victory Bonds Take advantage of these .specials. They will help you. specials footwear' (VIEN'S GUNMETAL BOOTS- with the I'anther sole and rubber heels. Splendid wearers. Sizes SVi 'o 30. r Pfk Special ....... .......� U.tlU BOYS' GUNMETAL AND BOX CALF BLUCHER BOOTS. Sewn, soles, sizes 1 to ii, a jq' Special .............. Tl.Tl" INFANTS' FINE MOCCASINS AND SLIPPERS. All sizes and oolor.s.. 49c. Boots as j'ft above.................. OuC LADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPERS in colors of red with white; block with purple; brown with grey; green with white. Sizes 3 10 S. 1 >lO Special ............... 1.4" specials FROM THE grocery dept. Macaroni, lortg and- oc^' ready cut, 3 pkts. i^.;.. OOC "Carnation" Milk, small sire 8c; large size, each................... Pure Lard, 3s, $1.10; 5s Corn Flakes and Rice Flakes, r> pkts.....\. Maraschino Cherries, bottle 20c and ......... Tea-"Hudson's Bay"/ 1 lb. pkts, 55c; 2Vi lbs. tor -----.........�. . . Soda Biscuits iPeer-.les3>, idit;. . .. . .. .-.. - Life Buoy Soap, 7 foi- .................. Fresh Vegetables, Cabbage and Turnips. NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY 1.80 60c 25c No. 4, 1.30 ^5c 47c Carrots, specials IN ladies' wear BUNGALOW APRONS. An ex-ira special. A chance not to be met v/itb again owing to the great advanpe in price of prints. Only 36 to clear. fiO*� Special ............... OjC CHILDREN'S ALL '^OOL SWEATERS in colors bro.wn, grey, green and cardinal, sizes 28 to Z2. Regular to o |�q $5.50. Special ......... OtVif "FARMERETTES." A new shipment of these just arrived in extra superior material. Khaki color, siz.es 3(1 to 40. /� JJA Special ............... U.UU SPECIALS for the home "LINO SHINE," hair nr pint tins............... ODC 1 pint tiii.s............... 85c CASEMENT CLOTH, in plain shades of rose and green, mercerized finish. 3() inches ^ or wide. Per yard ........ JL.iJd O'CEDAR MOPS. Triangle^and round shape, large size, �t qq Rf'guiar $1.50, Special.. j..uSf INLAID LINO, (i feet wide. Your choice of 4 patterns. Worth today 54.50. Special, q rQ lineal yard ............ u�OU Congoleum Rugs �iVzx^Vz. 7 only. Reg- � rOk ular $3.75, for......... UtXiXf 7i/ix9, 1 only. Reg- / *JF nlar $7.50 tor ......... W.# D flxfi, f) only. Regular Q (jr $10.00 .for ............. O.ifD 9x10%, 10 only. Reg- j o J a ular $13.50 for....... Itf'tU 9x12, 2 only. Reg- 10 qc ular $15.00 for-. ..r.. LOtVO SPECIALS . IN MEN^S WEAR COMBINATION UNDERWEAR. Men's heavy ribbed wool, Stan-field's make. Special, j; per suit ...............1l.av YOUTHS' OVERCOATS. 10 only of the Ulster style, made ot tweeds and chiuchillaa iu �good.; varlel.v- ot. ^atterais aiid. colorings. Regular to  (jr $16.00. Special ...... 1 LtUD BOYS' CORDUROY VELVET SUITS in navy and brown, sizes 3 to B yeai-s. Regular m QA $6.00. Special......... rl.Oif BudspnJsBay (jbmrmftyB handsome velour coats $42.50 to $50.00 Coats at this price offer an exceptionally wide range of choice In plain velours and other styles, trimmed with crushed plushes. Very attractive styles In a wide variety of colors such as taupe, brown, tan, blues, greens, etc. Small and large sizes. more new suits $35.00 to $100,00 The most attractive and becoming styles wb have evev had to show, made ot finest serges, broacloths, etc., (in a wonderful variety of styles and colors, alzos for small, medium ant] e.\:tra largo women up to 47. wonderful values in coats The verdict of every woman who has seen this range of coats is that they far surpass both In materials and styles any shown in this city at the price. They are the same materials we had a'year ago, selling at exactly the same price. Made 'of extra heavy Chinchilla In burgundy and brown and pure wool tweeds In brown, green, blue anc! grey mixtures. Very smart becoming styles In small, regular and extra large women's aites. fur trimmed velour coats $67.50 to $100.00 Without any exception this range constitutes by far the finest range of outer garments ever shown in this city, including as it does garments of a higher order than we have over shown before. Beautiful quality standard grade pure wool velour in taupe, brown, tan, blue, burgundy, green, etc., with trimmings of Hudson Seal, Sable, etc. very ahractive dresses $20.00 to $45.00 Silks, serges, satios and crepe de chines in a new and most attractive variety of choice. M4ny now numbers have been added this week, making up the finest display we have yet shown and featuring prices you will not meet with elsewhere. lovely pattern HATS $10.00 to $20.00 A showing of some eighty-odd most attractive and classy styles. Just one ot a kind and Including a range of shapes to suit every typo ot face. CLARKE. & CO. 614 Third Ave. South LETHBRIDCE. ALTA. most dependable FURS Nothing but qualities w^ can fully guarantee and prices the lowest you will meet with hereabouts. SHver, Tit) Badger Sets.. $50,00 Finest Wolf Sets....... $72*0 Iceland Fox Sets ....... $45,00 Girls' Wolf Sets $25.00 to $32.50 Finest Beaver Sets $150 to$160.00 Black Fox Sets $125.00 to $150.00 Red Fox Sets .......... $137.50 OPER CENT OVERLOAD Coal operators throughout the province have something new to worry tliem now. An order has come from tilt! Canadian Railway association for National Defense that railways must not accept cars for shipment unless loaded lo their full carrying capacity, and in accordance with this order notice is now being: given to operatoi-s; by the local railway offices to the effect that cars loaded on the present hasis can no longer be taken from them. L'nder the new ruling GO,000-pound curs must now be increased to loads of 08,000. 50,000 to 1)4,000, and 100,000 to 110.000. The terms of the advices being sent out by the railways are taken to indicate that the order will ))( strictly adhered to, and that Is what is bothering the coal men, who claim that a rigid enforcement will paralyze the industry. Enquiry from local operators revealed the fact that for the past year the C.P.R. liad required them to load uU cars to the capacity stencilled on Ibe car. but the new order calls for a. 10 per cent, overload. jected -the British proposal lo submit the Balkan problem to arbitration the monarchy proved that it wished to begin the war. Count Karoiyi said that Austria's foreign policy during the war has been still worse than that which prevailed before hoBtilities began and asserted that there wei-e "numberless occasions when peace might have been concluded," "When we knew that Germany would not give in and that the whole world had arisen against the policy ot Germany, which had become hateful to all nations," he continued, "we might have made p�ace. Our fidelity to the alliance has limits." Count Karoiyi was severe iu his criticism of tlie warfare of the JiJbmpi--ines and said that the main mistake of the central powers was in under-estimating America. He closed by ex-l)ressing a de,?ire for the creation ot an autonomous Hungary and request- HAIG'S TROOPS GIVEN CREDIT FOR SMASHING HUNS INTO RETREAT London, Oct. IS__(Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuter's, Limited.)-The Manchester Guardian's London correspondent learns Indirectly, but in a most unquestionable way, that a few days ago Marshal Foch told Field Marshal Haig personally that it was the British break-through the Hlndenburg line that brought about this German peace offer. ing an. abolition of the common institution of the monarchy. Dr. Alexander'Wekerle, the Hungarian premier, in replying, justified the' conduct of the government and said^ that it had created in Germany a seuti-. ment favorable to peace. CRITICAL OF GOVT. Declares Many Opportunities to Secure Peace Were Allowed to Pass. Basel. Oct. 17.-(navas).-At a sitting of the foreign committee of the Hungarian lower house. Count Michael Karoiyi, opposition leader, sharply crilicized the foreign policy ot the govornmeut, according to Budapest dispatches. He claimed absolute autonomy for the Hungarians and said In brown's blacks, gray's, cham-paigne and taupe buck, in Louis and military heels, Goodyear welt soles. All widths. See "The Chums" Boot for ChUdren In smoke, elk, dark brown and black, sizes 4 to 7^^. Sizes 8 to 10^. Guaranteed solid leather. We save you ^ money in our store.. DeWolf s Shoe Store CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET. 2?34 1137 04578174 44999999996 ;