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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta l'MDAY. OCTOBKH 18,. IttlK PAGK ELEVEN i > >::> o PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Hnnnlnp, who liavr; Jieen v twit Inn in 1/olhbrldgo, have returned to their homo In How Island.    ("apt. c. \\". Porter la In the city (from Grassy l.rik".    t limner Hock, wlio at one time wan n lesldnnt. of Ixithbrldge, in ill with Spaniel! Influenza in Vancouver. �  * Mr. 1, Carlson and Mr. Vortr. were *nek end vlsilor.t in trfithbrlrigo from llmv Inland.    Mrs. .t. II. A Knew of Winnipeg, or ttved in the f|ty Wednesday afler-noon, anil will remain for inveral �welts, the piles! of Mls.i ARnow.   * Mr. Dlenner-Hnssett and family were vl Horn In (Ins city from T.iber at the b'l'iiinlnf? of llin week   * Word lia-t just been received hy Mr. -a .1. Ingram lhat his son. dinner Porey A. Ingram, has died of wounds received on October 8th. Or. Ingram has boon two and a half yearn In tho fighting /.one with tho 20th lialtery. and was slated for tho military service medal. Or. Ingram had Just recently been married to Miss Amies Klngsworlh Aallford of Kent, Kngland, while on furlough In England In Sep-Innibor.  *  � o * SOCIAL EVENTS �  * Miss Miriam Stoltze entertained a number of Intimate friends at a delightful lilnner parly at her home last evening. The table wan hamlnnni"ly decorated in patriotic devices of red, white and blue, die cake which re-posed In a prominent position being strikingly oi namonted In the same manner. Artistic place-cards marked tbn place of each guest, connected by red. white and blue ribbons to a handsome, centrepiece, of dark red roses, in t)i�) centre of c-ach roue being hidden a dainty card with the names of the spread of flu'froiv! u.s. This Is Believed to lie the Main Reason for Quarantine Action. Miss Miriam U. Stoltze and I/iem. \V, In this novel manner the engagement wan announced of Mia a atoltzfi and Lieut. Kckols of I be :;|st Engineers, of the I'. S. Army I .lent. Kckels, whom; home la in New York, recently left, for overseas duty.  * � > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : : > � and 10. NO UNCERTAIN MEANING The full meaning of the name "MASON & RISCH" is QUALITY, ves-SUPER-QUALITY. This nam- protects ynti In h'-.vltig - It assure* you TOP VAI,t'i; it tell* you of CIKW'KST material and PlIKFKintKK workman-hip It makes certain the l.ONC lAVVi of original purity of ton'1 and beauty of ense -It speak" nl almost a half renhirv of Ingenious anil con-pcli-titiou- I'luli-nvnr In creating a HIGH STANDAHO and .MAINTAlNlN't't IT It symbolize* a product used and emlorsed by renowned artists, famous schools and rolb'Ke-i. from "K.otoiy to Home' t'nn- Sold to you direct vvnlent terms arrollr�'! Nowhere In the world where piano* jre told could you get a better u�ed piano than we now offer. Ita ,a WEBER Piano,  thoroughly flood Instrument. Thlt prlee tenchen thf Invaluable leieon that a GOOD uaed piano need not neccatarlly be a HIGH PRICED one. Thi* is a rare chance at a rock bottom price of .......... $235 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. �. LGTHBRIOQE The .MoO.'e Next of-Kin will Hall this evening a et in Mi" I The Girls Guides of S'. Cyprian's church will not. hold their meeting to night owing to the epidemic The usual choir practice of tin. st Patrick-)-; cliitn h will not be held thi^ evening. The C r, I. T ; may surely fake pedestrians. Th' took last Saturdav iris of KivT eliuri h their elnss umoim "hike" which they cons).' tei) of a tramp to St. Mary's, where a round-up was inndn su the old wooden bridge and a well-earned lunch was nielceii aw-jy. Kidlowing an aftiTncion'^ fun. the Slrls trlppi-d baek to l!i>.- city l:i iho I early evening, \ MACLEOD APPEAL CASE BEFORE SUPREME COURT iron. I). 'lll.ll'.n dep Olf.lW.l, 1.' 1" tile supreme K,m-il I lit" )\ court today the appeal of th-- town of 1 has been Macleod vn t'ampbell w.ii beard The ; wes'minr tuxes and j joining th: a number of defences were pleaded." including valuation by the n,e-ii�Hor. on :i wronr principle which. \\m the only one denir' with iielow The assi-ssmmit in i requires land taxed to be valued as It It were to Uo couveyod to satisfy a debt. The ap pelate dlvlnlon In Alberta bold that this principle was disregarded and dismissed nn appeal from a Judgment at the trial, dlsmlsolng the action. A. K t:lnrke. K.f, appeared for the appellant, UiKletir, K.f'.. "ml i;. Y. IUiU-ertson for respondent i'aii of the reason to action of the provincial i ities In placing a. quara city of Lethhrftige for S belinvi'd to be the rac! i is a clearing house for i> lering Canada by way i, Coutts. The epidemic i ncrns" the line and the ic i -. r:por' -i the .spread of !lie malad . . it will ta':e only four , : i ., clear up the i if v. The c h le.Mn ,i crews in the yards, and i eating and r-ler-pitig a , ..:u::i �io that it will be iinne, .�� men i , leave the yard.-. Close Calgary Tne.i'.rr ''algary. (>;-,),. c. S. Mahood. city uu fleer, at tlug under an provincial board of h litres in Calgary will In tomorrow on account i>: of Spanish in(!'. id .UK ' l.i'ion - til!" 'he of |ir �fill ll of of the ali the '1 clo-e.j vale,,, . j.v* 11 ur! � i ,!i"llt V, ,'itlil . Wit � . I., it ��.� London. Marlborough t.,: m- j e Vallllei bill n! New 1 a nii'lllhci id '.be  Ulli'li III tep:(,.,e||( :ing class i),strict In mm] 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. a ATURDAY SPECIALS lib }'�� 'iW1 AT "THE BAY" SPECIALS FROM THE DRYG00DS SECTION SILK CREPE PAILLE. 10 inches wide Colors white, purple, reseda, itrey, :'awn, royal, nnvy, brown. Ilecular '-.dir.. Saturday Price onlv. -i >��� Specjiil ............... l./j IMPERIAL NAVY SERGE. Till? is an old d>" ami nil wool If Inches web reir regular J2..",n. Sat ur, lav , yq on iy .................. X* I if WASH SATIN. FOULARDS. 1.', ends to clear In spots and kandy stripe.-. Values up to $-_'.;rey. green and cardinal, sizes L'S to I'.LV UeKUlar t J.".:Vi. Sperial . . . "FARMERETTES." A new ship-men' of these just arrived In extra niiperiov nuiterial Khaki color, sizes :�; to lo. Speela) ............ 69c 3.69 6.50 unlay only. pi,u 4.99 Atiotber in ci.s .'.ill, red ami ;:ree[i stripe Wei^hi .', lbs. "The Chinook" special, pair............ 3.95 COMFORTERS. only well filled and i overint; of Soft Art Siiieins, Silkoliuea and Cbintr.. He:;u!ar VI .".o and Special . . "' : 3.99 GIRLS' OR BOYS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE loi .mot '.veai-. our !.""� line. Saturday only, j qq LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. 4 dozen only at (Jl i -p; ic.-. I!"i;iilar - Splendid wearers. Sizes 5'm to in. Special ......... BOYS' GUNMETAL AND BOX CALF BLUCHER BOOTS. Sewn, soles, sizes l iii fi. m At\ Speciu! ^Tk�f INFANTS' FINE MOCCASINS AND SLIPPERS. All sizes and colors, 49c. Hoots as 59c LADIES' BEDROOM SLIPPERS in itilurs of re,[ with white; black �ith purple; brown With Kiev; preetl with White. si:;;;;,n s..........1.49 SPECIALS FROM THE GROCERY DEPT. t Macaroni. lotiR and QC, ready cut, :! pit Is. . v. . . J Jv "t arnntlon" Milk, Htuall �ir.e 8c; laiRo size, �i-, t>|;t.......... Lite Utioy Soap, 7 to- ............ Fresti Vepotables, Carrots, C'">bl)�ae ami Turnips. NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY 25c 35c 47c SPECIALS FOR THE HOME �LINO SHINE." half / r pin> 'ins .............. ODC 1 pint tins ............... 85c CA3EMENT CLOTH, In plain shades of rose and Kreen. mercerized, finidh. lb! inches �! �| C wide. I'er yard ........ l.i)D O'CEDAR MOPS. TrlniiRln .and round shape. larRO size. �� qq HeKiilav $l.:.n. Special.. 1.017 INLAID LINO, c, feet wide. Your choice of 1 patterns. Worth today Special, . 1! onlv. llpgular O AC for ............. O.SIO �xlo!-.., 10 only. Res- |4 iA ulur $1,1.50 for .......;) twi2. '-' only. Reg- 1 o nr ular ?lTi.nn for JLJ��f9 SPECIALS IN MEN'S WEAR COMBINATION UNDERWEAR. Men's; li�",\vy ribbed wool. Stan-field's make. Special. 4 (A per Mill ...............I'.iJW YOUTHS' OVERCOATS. 1t> only of the ITster style, made ot tweeds and chinchillas in Rood variety of pntlorn* and colorings. Rf.|;ular to � qt $1(!.nn. Special ...... 1 LmtJD BOYS' CORDUROY VELVET SUITS In navy and brown, siz�n :i to 1! year.*. Regular $6.0lt. Special ....... 4.89 pe fiudsonS flay (fbrnpaftyH I cent overload HANDSOME VEL0UR COATS $42.50 to $50.00 Coals at this price offer an exceptionally wide rango nf choice in plain velonr.-i and other styles, trimmed with crushed plushes. Very attractive styles in a wide variety of color* auch ai taupe, brown, tan, biuea, green*, etc. Small and large siies. MORE NEW SUITS $35.00 to $100.00 The most attractive and becoming style* �*� have ever had to tihnw, made of finest (serges, hroarlutliB, etc , |!u a wonderful variety of styles and colors, kIzoh for sniiill. nio.lluiii and cxUa lmr,o women up to 47, WONDERFUL VALUES IN COATS The verdict of every woman who has seen thia range of coats is that they fur surpass both in materials and styles any shown In this city at the price. They are the same materials ws had a year ago, selling at ex-actly the *am* price. Made 'of extra heavy Chinchilla In burgundy and brown and pure wool tweeds in brown, green, blue and grey mixture*. Very smart becoming style* In small, regular and extra large women's sixet. FUR TRIMMED VEL0UR COATS $67.50 to $100.00 Without any exception thia rango constitutes by far tlia finest raiiRO of outer garments over shown in thia city, including na it dots Karnienlit of a higher order than wo huve. ever mown before-. Beautiful quality standard grade pure wool velour in taupe, brown, tan, blue, burgundy, green, etc., with trimmings of Hudson Seal, Sable, etc. VERY ATTRACTIVE DRESSES $20.00 to $45.00 Silks, serges, satius and crepe de chinos in 11 new anil most attractive variety of choice. Many now numbers have, been added this week, making Up the finest display wo have yet shown and featuring prices you will not meet with c-Iki?-where. LOVELY PATTERN HATS $10.00 to $20.00 A showing of some eighty-tnlil most attractive and clas�y atylen, Just one of a kind mul including a raiiKe 01 shapes 10 tiUlt every type of Viue. CLARKE.& CO. 61U^v,soi,tH MOST DEPENDABLE FURS Nothing but qualities we, ran fully guarantee and prices tho lowest you will mum with here ubouts. SUver Tiu Badger Sets.. $50.00 Finest Wolf Sets ....... $7240 Iceland Fox Sets ....... $45.00 Girl*' Wolf Sets $25.00 to $32.50 Finest Beaver 8ets $150 to$1M,00 Black Fox Sets $125.00 to $160.00 Red Fox Sets .......... $137.50 foal operators throughout the prov-iine have sodii'tlilUK new to worry titem now An order has come from the Canadian Railway association for X.iittiuul liefeme lhat railways must nut accept cars lor shipment unless loaded to their full carrying capacity, and in accordance with this order notice !�� now beliijj given to operators by the local railway of'.ices to the effect that cars loaded on the present lia.-ls can no loiicer he taken from thorn. t'nder the new ruling tiii.uuu-pound tars must now he increased to loads of id!.0110. so.oiio to Pl.OOti, and luo.duu 10 i;e.iMiii. 'J'he terms of tho advices being sent out by the railways are taken to indicate thai the order will !;, smelly adlietv.l to, and that Is what is bothering the coal mull, who claim that a rigid enforcement will paralyse the industry. Kmiutry from local operators ie-vetiled the fact that for tho past year the C.1M1. had reunited thorn to load all cars to the capacity stencilled on the car. but the new order calls for 11 in per cent, overload. je< ted the Brit is]) proposal to submit tho Haitian problem to arbitration the monarchy proved that it wished to begin the war. Count Karolyl said that Austria's forolgn policy during the war hits been still worse ihan that which prevallod before hostilities began and asserted that tliero ivurc "numberless occasions when peace might have been concluded.'' "When we knew lhat Ucrniany would not give In and lhat the whole world hail arisen against the policy of Ciertnany, which hud become hateful to nil nations." he continued, "we might have, mado peace. Our fidelity to the alliance, has limits." Count Karolyl was severe lu his criticism of the warfare of the submarines and said that tho main mistake of the central powers was In underestimating America. Me closed by expressing a desire for the creation of uu autonomous Hungary and request- HAIG'S TROOPS GIVEN CREDIT FOR SMASHING HUNS INTO RETREAT London, Oct. 18. - (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuter's, Limited.)-The Manche�ter 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 Hindenburg line that brought about th: German peace offer. Ing an abolition of the common institution of tho monarchy. Or Alexander'Wekerlc, the Hungarian pruniler, In replying, justified the conduct of tim government and said that It had created in Germany a sentiment favorable to peace. Declares Many Opportunities to Secure Peace Were Allowed to Pass. lll'dta1 Im I Jl iffllltJiilllWIL. l^-a'blliSijLfiP _1 -tit'b^l^^^itl'.ijlllliit'.jil!..! Hasel, Oct, 17,-fllavas). At a sitting of the forolgn committee, of tho Hungarian lower house, Count .Michael Karolyl, opposition leader, sharply rriiicizoil the foreign policy of tho government, according to Budapest dispatches. Ho claimed absolute autonomy for tho Hungarians and said Hewest Styles in LADIES' SHOE In brown's bluclts, gray's, chain-paigue and taupe bucli, In lamis and military heels, Cloodyeav welt solou, All widths, See "The Chums" Boot for Children In smoke, elk, durlc brown and black, sizes 1 to TVj. Sizes S to 10V4. Guaranteed solid leather. We save you s money in our store. DeWolf's Shoe Store CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET. ^ - (a 465?5?18 04578174 ;