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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN 111- i ..Oil. ___11.1- -"-------- OCTOBER 101H The Greatest News in the Paper / A MONEY-SAVING CLEARANCE LADIES' FALL SUITS A clearance of magnitude and including every Ladies' suit in the store. An event that bears no comparison with former clearances here or elsewhere. All the very latest models arc here, and all the new materials. Some arc fur trimmed, in fact all the latest creations are represented and they are strictly individual and exclusive. HERE ARE THE PRICES: $40.00 Suits for $30.00 $62.00 Suits for �46.50 $48.50 Suits for $36.50 $74.75 Suits for $56.50 $52.50 Suits for $39.50 $87.50 Suits for $65.75 OurFALL&WINTERCOATS Are Unequalled in Value While the general trend in merchandise has heen towards ins heen towards gieath costs in comparison to last year, our Fall and Winter coats are an exception to this fact. We confidently assert that OUR VALUKS ARE BETTER, and OUR PRICES LOWER than those prevailing 1 2 months since. As proof of this we mention just one line - a lovely Tweed Coal at S24.75 in a splendid range of colorings of invisible plaids, etc. This is equal, if not suj>erior, to our $30.00 value, of last season, and the higher priced ones are just as important in values. The cold weather will soon he with us. Prepare for it, and choose your coat while the range is complete. t ^ \ increased SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW � * I > WEDDINGO > ] * *! HOST, --HAHUHI.KY At I ho hnsn,- nl Mr I'r.-d Mil!..', ft-'.'a Third St.. Medicine Hal. !'! Waller lto�i> of llillcrt-.t Mine*. !.-iturned Mddlrr. ,.iiii Mr* J a liar.i-' ley of Hlairnmi.-, were united in man: BKi'. Oct. Kill, hy llcv It Judge Jackson baa returned to the city from n visit to Calgary. Th� night is dork. �nd there la storm on the �ea, Carry �m! Thunder*of ieropest, and reefs on iho lee, Carry on! Tho nobis have died, and the gallant are aped, , B> Urn graves of our Itrtithers the i blood of onr dead, Carry on! "Wo touch not a sheet though the wind strain the mast. Carry on! The taut weather-rigging huiua loud in the hluHt, Carry on,! The rent flag above us streams out in the night, "We beat toward port and the dawning of light. Carry on! Through darkness and tumult and thunder of foam. Carry on! There are great hearts now waiting and hungering ut home, Carry on! Through tho bitter night watthes, the storm and the strife, We are born Into being, we live Into Life- Curry on! MAY. *  � * PERSONAL * Mrs. A. K. Dunlop haa arrived In the city from Victoria to visit for n .time. � ,' � � Oapt. N. T. lloeman of Mngrath, medical officer of the 113th, who haa eacently returned from the front, was Mrs. II. (ialvtn left on Sai&Klay to visit In Kdnmnton. �   Mrs. K. Hlrch arrived in the city i on Saturday from Wolseley, Saak � and will remain here for the Winter.    Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Turney, of Lelh-brldgo, spent several day* in Fertile thin week. J. B. In one of tho big Alberta rustlers for the F'ord car He has a garage in three different townB -Penile Free Press. �   I Miss A. K J oner, of the staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Knst Calgary, goo* to liranuin, where sho has l)een transferred. * * * Mrs. 11 ut ton and little daughter, who have neon visiting in the east, returned to tho city on Saturday. ... j Mr. J. N. Ritchie returned this inor-1 ning from Halifax, N.8. * *  i Mra. K. N. Hlglnbotbam, Westmins-ler Apartments, who underwent a very gertoua operation last month at Rochester, Minn., is progressing favorably and expects to return home early next week, accompanied by Mr. Iliginbotham, who remained with her during her stay there. Though she will need great care for some few months io cpme, she has passed the clangor period.-Edmonton Journal.  * * The frlonrta of Mrs. V. O. Younghus-hand will be shocked to hear of her death, which took place iu Ottawa on October. 12th. Mrs. Yoimghuaband had accompanied the body of her brother-in-law who died in Calgary, to Ottawa. She contracted Influenza while on the train and died very suddenly a few days later. Mrs. Younghaafcand had many friends in the city, having heen a resident of JUethbrldge for six years, leaving here about aevyu years t :� FOOD BOARD CLASHES �> :> FOR FEMININE FOLK 4 i �elf-r�itraiut and >ar�fulness?  CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Are they r.-nicinbering that it n All church meeting* Including the union prayer meeting are camelled for the week.    Mrs. McKillop will be present at the lied Cross room* tonight from s to 9. to distribute work to the leader* j r�j.r�.s�>nt* :..7.:�.ei-o lam mote, than and business women, who atu asked to call for work to be done; at home wan shipped in in' year eudiug July 1. 1'jlS Tlii.s i-.itplus alone is ihT.umi tons greater than tlin �ntire annual The soi-ieties sewing at th� Hed shipments l>a=tiil upon the avurnge for Croxs rooms wilt he unable to meet this week but can get work from the rooms to do at homo. The convenor* of the bags ars asked to attend to the' distribution. Workers are urged to call for work iu order that the amount , of sewing done may not bo dephced. | * * * ; The I'nited church ladies' Aid intend holding their bazaar. Nov. 12th. The ladles wilt meet in the pareonugo for sewing every Thursday at 5."Ji) p.m. i the three years ln-ioro the war. FOR THE FUTURE! FROM THE ENEMY � ---:---I Itouch tliBtn Let them carry them I off I Itavi- plenty more in stock." i Moio titan 17'mi captured cannon 'lineil the thoroughfare from the Alex->andcir bridge to lb* Place de la Con-jcurde The I'la.� la filled with Uotha* ' mid other airplanes. | Captured Herman tanks face tho litraiie to the Tuilcres Kardeutc necessary for the North American i on-tinent to ship abroad 17,5uO,uoii ttms. of niealo, Ia^^. lireadatuffs, stiKar ami feed grain tor lite year i-udiUK >ol, I, W.i. This dues nut miuml like relaxation of effort lint rather like acceleration hi production and conservation. 'i'h� figure aimed at tor the coming year in; .a... ut t M Information mat tin liilt-'i.in i.itiittet 1^ losing no time in niakiiit; its plans to reioime (lie gov-i-iinueiit ii? Hi" re iHcuptpd territory is convi-yed in a cable received by the lirlgiau ccinMil-geuerul. It states that at a meeting of the cabinet held to ward the week-end Mep* were taken i > u'-iioiv rhe noriiiiil i ir> ulation ot tleiKian iiiuney in the treei territory Alter considering tie- military and P'ditnal niinaiicin, it wan decided tn at one-" frame several reconilrurttou measure*. A* a token of a Imitation ,:)> I gratitude Io Hie army ii was de ulght ilmurs of niitemlttltiK work hy the Iclty, provincial and mounted polh� have failed to locate Joseph Cameron, .alius Campbell, who on Thursday inur-dered t'ollce 1'onstubln Prank Beevera and rfani /ap|>e|er. The police be-'lieve thai accomplices are hldln.; tho , murderer. The regular meeting of the Art nus,,i. Oct. 21 - M. Malluofl, the l>epartment of Ibe Mathesis club will Ilow uu|garju, premier, outlined the be held at the home of Mrs. ritolue 1107 3rd avenue south, tomorrow afternoon ut 3o'clock. # * . Members of the Next-of-Kin are asked to mail the address of their bus- program of tile new government tie fore the Sobranje yesterday. Members of the new cabinet were presented to the Sobranje during the meeting. M. Malinoff announced that it , . was his purpose to pacify the country bands, sons or brothers to any of the stabilize the regime and create con following addresses on or bofore Fri day, October 20: Mrs. Longworth, 1127 lSlli St. N. Mrs. Craig, 1256 4th Ave. N. Mrs. Leigh. U'al 14th Ave. N. Miss Cleaver, Hox 41S, City. �  � The 8wimniing and gymnasium _ _ clmaes, under the auspices of the Wo- { TT! mon'a Civic club, will % discontinued ; nepresentativo John A, Stirling, of for the present, owing to the tnfluouia ,ll0 Seventeenth Illinois congressional epidemic. Klndljr watch this column district. WUB u,Ued near J'ontiac. Ill, for further m^rding the class-. whm m auUtmoba9 u, wilMl htI' w.as' e8, Ijldloe VlunrtA tf�vw �u wabavUment. dltions which will penult the realization of Ilulgarla's democratic aspirations. | (Jen. Theordoioft the now' foreign ; minister, gave detailed explanations i of the policy hi* department would ! follow. Saloniki. (let. 21.-Ureeka front eastern Macedonia, who were taken from their homes by the llulgarians and sent to the neighborhood of Kilchevo. Serbia, during the war, are arriviag here following their liberation by the allies. They say that they were forced to construct trenches along the Struma front and were under fire much of the time. Not only the men, but women and children were under shell tire from tho artillery at limes. In the occupation of Greek Macedonia, tens of thousands of persons were deported and many of thorn have died from their harrowing experiences. Vicar tseverely 1: Ah. it's the old story! Unskilled man dodging work ho might get. Trump: Unskilled, am 1? You 'ave a go ut dodgin' work these days an' see if it ilo-i'i UA-e a bit o' skill.-Traoacivfft With tii<- Itiitiih Army in l-'r�in e Oil. 2�i - Konbaix and Turcuiug today celebrated their deliverance from the enetuy and it wa*'like a Christmas. New Year's live ahd Fourth oi July 1 rolled into one Tears of joy inter mingled with rdiuuts of laughter, whilw j the population ,-atig and danced and | waved Hags j The two lilies went completely Wliil . vvitli emotional joy. There were hugs. � kisses and handshakes (or every Ilri-tisli soldier On their windows, house-' wives had parted picture* of Freneh and British military celeb-ilies torn j fi 11tu magazine*. , 'fliere was good ieu�oii tor Houbau and Turcuiug to celebrate the en.! of. four long years of hardship, privation 1 and oppression. The swashbuckling) Oeiiuaus hail goue, leaving in their i wake as much ruin us they could Nearly every home in the c!ty had beeu sac ked and tilings that coiild not be carried away wore destroyed. The Hermans were peeved at the enforced leave and they went to extreme lengths to defile, destroy and steal. Houhaix ami Turcoing were systematically burglarized, Hotttmix suffering the most. In Roubiux the. Hermans cut tine leather from chairs, ripped pictures from their frames anil even took the coverings off mattresses. Apparently they went through the j line old homes of the city with the idea of seeing how much they could wreck Hie Interiors. In many places the Hermans seemed to go into a house and deliberately wreck everything they could luy their hands on. Parit Celebrates I'aris, Oct. 21.-A steady downpour of ruin marred tho opening of the fetes yesterday to celebrate the recent allied victories, but the heavy skies did not prevent crowds from coming to view the cuplured guns, airplanes and other material. The crowds were allowed to handle the machinery In accordance with Premier Clement-pan's wish, oxpressod as follows: -Lot everybody see thaiu. Lev tUetu j Charles Hurnall, Saginaw, Mich., iwas sentenced to 2o years' Imprison. :meut at Bay City for obstructing larniv enlistment" FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN | Women Praia. Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound for Health Restored. In almoat every neighborhood in America are women who have tried this standard remedy for f�m*U ilia and know its worth. Athol, Maw.-� Lydia E. Pinkbam't Vegetable Compound haa done me � world of good I suffered from  weak, ness and a great deal of pain artry month and nothing brought me any relief until I tried this famoua modieiae. 1 am a different woman since I took it and want others who suffer to kaow about it"-Mrs. Arthur UlWSON, 659 Cottaga St., Athol, Mass. San Francisco, Cal.-"I waiin arer* weak nervous condition, having suffered terribly from a female trouble far av�r five years. IhadUkenallkindiof ineaV icine and had many different doctors and they all said I would hava to ba operated on, but Lydia E. Piakkam'a Vegetable Compound curad ma wtirely and now I am a strong; well woman/' -Mrs. fl. R08SKAMP. 1447 Da�iaad�ro St, San Francitco, Cttl. Por special advica in ranHI t* jwch ailmenU writ- Lydia E. Pmkham Mad-icine Co., Lynn, Mass. Tha remit of iu many years axperlanca U at yg*f service 4?646675 ;