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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1018 THE LETHBRJDGli DAILY I!F;ttAL� PAGE SEVEN PHONE 1224 > ? : : � o PERSONAL : :� *> : : : : : city.  * � Mr. O. McKenna, barrister of Row Islnnd, Is spending ;i few days In tlit; ilty. � �  Miss Hertha Huttou spent the wnok-end in Calgary.    Mr. .T. W. Hell arrive.) in I ho . liy today from Calgary and will reside here permanently. Iie'ng a rt1- in tho firm of McKay and McKay.  � � Mrs. J. B. Murray anil Miss A. Murray urn spending tin; week In Calgary. � t,. � Mr. Emlgh ami bin daughter. Miss Knilgll, who have been Mm guests of Judge nml Mrs. J. A. .laclitoii for iho Hummer, loft yestordny for their homo In tho east. They will visit at various places on route. * *  Mr. C. C. Connolly, chief clerk In tho C. I'. n. fnipnrlntniidniit'M oMcn. Medicine lliit. formerly of l.elhbrldge, and family, urn Hpondittg a month or six weeks' vacation In Jeff, Kentucky. � * # j Miss L(!tt.m:�i Huntley has left for Warner, where she has accepted :i position on tlii>. Hunk of Cntumcren staff. � *  Mlas Lucy Haw-den has returned front a tin no winks' visit to tho roast.  � � : � : CHURCHES AND 30CIETIE9 ? : � ? : > : : : * * There will be no meeting nf the (',. C. I. T. of Hid CiitiNl church until ; .!;oo! reopens. * � * ' The regular montlily meeting of tho ' .'.rt clep.il'incut of 1!n>. Mnthcisl.; Club v.-liP li was to have hum held this af-ti'nioon was cancelled on account or Iho epidemic. �   Till" Ctli'rd Churi'll I*:ull?;.�" Aid will linM tlirir liazunr on December l"th, instead of November 12Mi a* va.-i handed in by mistake yaste.rdny. : :. FLU' VOLUNTEERS Wesley Hull ha" h"cn In a nif;!ii liirtlimor(ilio.i"d into :i flu" Iid.-'j>!:.iI. It is a iiiohI ot'iii'ial lool.ini; pl,\i'�- with | lis rows or frn.-hly mad" b^ds. it-- pub-I lie and si'iui-privnti' wards, [or nvn land woini-n. Mis.-: rook will be in i'harKi; or tin- hospital assisted by ��. Four eases with admitted io tin- hospital this afternoon. The ladlos of I.othbrldKe have made Veil York, nrt in :lie unofficial t.ex> man peace note i ilospsleheil orilerJ : tnanders "pruiduilii.; of p:i!.s"nspr :diips.' stantial I'ffect on i.,-r.i'c.-.. insurance ;i-.; tlii:: m(M-niiiK. Iieclarim; that, a; pi nt "freo p!�:;cos" from f.\ir\ i ; ii" lai i- -; (;.-r-'i'-'iiiany has ��' bai .vine eom tli" t'irprdoliiR � ' Ii- H' no sub-ri�k :>' ! dccl.ued Kolitry (luh IMiins Chrisfmas Entertainment-BiR Victory l.oan Parade. Tlie. Ilotiivy chili of thi-' city is "n-deavnrini; to provide s.une form r Christmas entertaiuiuont. and iiood (dice;- for the i liildren of i.he "hoys over there." In oidei- that the el'l'i 'iiny K>'t an aeiiii.ii' icnsiis of all 'iiild-'!!. tiiey a-'a !li..i ail mot hers or 5'il ir iiaiw iepml. j'.VitiK name, ad-dr"-'s and iiiimln v m' lld.iie-. plainly v,;i!l>-n ori ,.;i ordinal y envelope, the satii" lo b � iriiided la lo the otlii e of the Vi.-i.iv.- I.oaii. .^on'h.iMl 'I'hev :-e ;iei I: ill 1\ leipie^i ilia' Ihiri h" done in! h'i't iiiau ii i' n, Tlnu diiv. will in; Kiven on Thnr-da\ tile Victory I.nan otilce he I hern In tiinn for Lho klng'r, ontry to the. e.l'y. Tl.'o namos of tho Urus-Sflu commitlee In clu'irfre o'" the pro-iac'. v-iil I,., kepi; neevct. until the (lor-mans iii'.o re.iurnerl from 'ho nonti-try. i3 GERMAN PAPER SAY GALLOWS FOR GUILTY Am: !oi dat.:. Oct. 2J Cr..'i|i ii wire, b'ss servicci ' (Jennaii provincial and Sim iali 1 newspaper--- continue tii'-ir nniptucn against, the "clilel' culprits" ri'.-dioiifI'-l" for tiid w.i,'. Tin; Kranl;-l�e|ie T:.i;c:: 1'mr of Nearemburi;. the fir-' paper in (ierniauy oli"niy to tle-iin'ud the .ahdication of the emperor, decl..!'_� till' fae in . *.^i:i,i or the crown prince i' entirely cm:. ; llu; 'llle-tioo. "The ile.-niaii poapie .1 ro S'-ai'Ci.iu;', for the ciiilty." ray-- Hf; Volk: /'�'it-unr "Tiici p:in-ii"rtnans and jenker.-', an- sib-ni today, bill we do not fnrRf;' :ha: liey are the "real war inciter:; in i'.ei'iivany. that they iviiisii'.i Uic: �tn>-piii'li.'f.' o:' serial and political reaction and that they arc: a. n.enaia! to * O ^. � O O ? �> � I' BRITISH CASUALTIES * Loudon, Ocf. 'J2.-'HriLis1i Piis-.inlllPH roporlort for the r.eei: cndirif; today mimherad ::',i."a>. coinpnriid with :iii,710 for tlie proviniis witelf. Thoy are divided an follows: Killed or dical of wounds: Officer- .",17. men 071. Wounded i,i- mis'.ilnt;-. Officers, men "n,'!'S. o o lho Corinaii Soclalisia to punish tiio. ''clilcf culprits" without iii'-rcy. addiay,: 'Wlu.n tin- Cerinfin nnldiors rp.tnrti iioiiie from tiio trcnchiw aftnp four y'!,ir.- of unparalleled nufforinR thnre v. i 1" i).' rnckonliir. foe thn poople whi> bait: led liioni (n thi:: itatastropha. 'l'i;c: .uo to 14.1.10 for a koocI .warm pout. There' li� u Krt'al variety of really KoocI wool fabric-*-bcautltiilly made, well trimmed and iionui ha>e wivrui llnlnr;i to rtvw mlilltlnnnll wnxniUii. It l� tivst lo ..elect now whil mi io ibem I'.very-ihlttK In file H'a.i of c tole-'. ,rff. tuilfrs, iciats, etc., ar.. lore ready for your ItHpcctioii Our {irb'f* are nM.sonalde whe/i '�ail--.- there lci kchm we advli" mi early seb-ctlnn of �ood fur-RED FOX SETS. HUDSON SEAL SETS, NATURAL WOLF SET3. BLACK WOLF SETS, OPPOSSUM SETS. BEAVER SETS. NATURAL RAT SETS. JAP FOX SETS lint coii.sldrri. . pi'lecK us FUR COATS In Hudson Seal, Marmot and Muskrat. Let It Be a Nemo Corset This Time! Tho�e �r� liuay ilaica for eroryono. You haven't much tlnu' to think of yournelf hut you should realUt" tlf� tmponaiico of woar-InK a corroct flttlne rorsct bo us to protect your health and uppeuranco uKuiiiht the un-usual strain of war limes. It won't tuka long to vinit our cornet dp-partment ami rndt'ct your Nemo, Wn will iico that you got the ouo that glvoa iho particular etylo sprvlc-p jynt iroiiHrru To wonr the rlRht Nemo 1� to tako ovury. corm>t precaution to conborvu health, etrenKtli and good atylc Popular Models at Popular Prices $2.75 to $7.50 Fall and Winter Underwear Stocks are Ready No lllflttiiiK Kcratcliy irritating under garni'ius but soft, miuk nt'.liiK Kiirmeu'.s that aru conitoriiihle id every twist and turn of the body. LADIES' COMOINATIONS Fall weight of Ladles' Cotton ConibiiiH-tion*, made with long or ithori sleeves and high neck and uiikle leiKth, Mutable. �* nf for early -all wear. At .. ...... V*uO LADIES' COMDINATIONS Mi'dlum weight iiitton coinlilnaiIons fur early fall and winter we tr. Made with long sleevea and clm.e fining neck. A wed niacin garment and moderately priced at. suit ......................... LADIES' UNION SUITS Ladies' White Knitted Cotton I'nlnn Suits, made in excellent ipiulity of due potion with long sieves and hli;h neck. Kiill vangi- of Kizes. Modeiattly prlicd tC. suit ........................ LAtDIES' COMBINATIONS Not ii fine wool I'onibina-tiiin, but made in wool and cotton In a medium weight for those who cannot wear pure wool. I'ull range of si::�'a Half slceveh and anl.le leugth only. Suit ............ 2.00 2.25 WOOL Ludtis' alhnis in 3.95 COMBINATIONS Pure Wool Comliln-soft fino quality. Made with elbow sleovos nnd V neck. This is one of our bent selling ami finest vallum, l'ull range of slssos, at suit ...... 5.50 PILLOW COTTON 50t> yarda of fine 40-lnch Circular Pillow Cotton, bought inanv months ago ao that today wo can offer you'values that seem almost unheard of. This cotton ia worth easily Otic yard, A^tf Special this week ......................................... *|3C SINGLE BED SHEETING This l� an excellent quality of good cotton Hheotlng that is a yard and three quarters wide, suitable, for single beds. It la splendid value ut 75*' yard. Special this .week ......................... D3C 9-4 SHEETING 300 yards of good tluglUh Cotton Sheeting, made lu a wldtli iUltablo for full sized bed. licet quality and sells regularly Aflat f 1.10. Special this week, yard............................. �IUC 10-4 SHEETING Thin I* .wether Kno thai nun purchased a Jong tfino ago s(> wo thare tte lhargalr. -with you. ii Is Woo and one-lulf yards ivido and tho quality Is unbeatable. Kegular $1.^5 value. QC<� Special this week .......................................... �/DC BEDSPREADS White Crochet ]lcdsprcadi; lu full double bed size in good quality. Hemmed ettde, nil ready for use. Kxcelletit value ft! $3.00 n j*a each. Special this week ................................... �*t)v GREY FLANNELETTE BLANKETS I'M) pairs only of Grey Klauuelutie l^Umkets in HI size only. Best quality and well finished and well niadn in every way. Those n |?A. blankets sell tor 13.00 pair. Special ibis week .............. �.DU COATS, SUITS, DRESSES RYLANDS & CO THE BUSY STORE FIQSIERY, CLOVES, UNDERWEAR Northcliffe. s reply to- ('�"�rniaii I'ni-.-ian made o' . It seems London. i'h t � cmiru' ating on 'night ;;.!!: i "A hasty perusal of tin not" reveals dia'. with truly self ivbr.es-. no nu nt 'on Aus'i ia-linn'.'ary. nor Turkey to Pi" that the iloeniii'-iii i1)uy be; read cither a-. ;i mean- to g,iin time or as :i conl''s'jou nt :\ '-late of affairs that ccoiiiimit'ully nt" ivor.-" 'ban w knew." Complex Affair London. Oct. "I.- Vl.-ieouni llaldane. former : ecretaiy for war. cxpieasing i is views on Cermauy's reply tn l'res-; i-ni Wilson, said lie thought Or-".''(}� had conceded what Presided' 'W-'cin rec,uired. but in an indirect aad ' ompl'A manlier. Tlie elaboration c.i pen e conditions, be bellcvd, would pi'o\c a tciniiiilnble business. Reply Is Just Shuffling. i l.onii'.n. Oct - The German re- ' piy to I'rc^ide'p! Wilson's note Ir. re-Karded h"re a.- "not business, but. mere . argi'.iiient and prutestatlon-i." In c.ovetnuieu:. diplonintii' and polite ii .iriles th" view- is ilia' it i not a repp. Ope biuii off.rial dc.-i rilic i if a - "badly c aiiioullaged insiuccri!y." The rnvcniiiu'iii Iocs not considered t!i" y in detail, although Premier Lloyd George and hn colleagues held , proir.icled deliberations today. | Henry Ilyndmann, leader of the llrl- , t: -h Socialists, said : I "The reply I  simply another piece of sliillflinir. I ho|ie President Wilson will answer it very abruptly and briefly. At any rate he ha-" given Kmper-or William an opportunity to ray that Ii" and his people are one in tlie fame mm" of duplicity and treachery to which ivi have been treated throughout the war "If President Wil.-on were- to ac-� ept this reply as ,i ba-cls for negotiations, in my opinion, he would simply be sacrificing the dignity and the position which he has worthily gained." i l'i'i'derli'1; George Kellow'ay, parlin- ! mctitary secretary to tho minister of : munitions, said: | "The note says that evacuation and armistice must be based on thn actual ' rt.imlurd of (lower on both sides in the ! field. Does that phrase cover relative 1 strengths at sea, or relative strength j in product ion of guns, shells, airplanes i and material'.' It not, why are they ruled out'.' Only our leaders. Premier �, Lloyd George, Premier Cleineiireai) and President Wilson, on the political side and Marshal Koch, field Marshal j Halg and Gen. Pershing on tho mill-liary side, can say If the note means .thai Germany is tit last prepared to face ho facts and draw the Inevitable conclusions. For the rest of us, our duty is plain. It is to go on producing 'munitions or fighting as if It were at the beginning of the war rather than : approaching tho inevitable end. Tlie ; way to make an early peace Is to be , re.idv for a long war." i ____ Trust Us As You Would Your Family Physician IN the course of our practice it. is our privilege to attend to the "dental requirements" of "ntlre families, they apeak of us as "Our Dentists." This shows a confidence which we value highly. Like the "Family Physician" we Lake a k^en interest in the physical welfare of every patient and every family with all Us members. We sunifeimllvldual temperament and disposition. Highly nervous patients come to us with confidence. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-11SA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRIS'TALL BLOCK. Paris, orl. 21.-Herman and Austro. Hungarian officials received a sharp rebuff from M. Tchlicherln, the llol-slmviki foreign minister, recently, according to advices from Archangel. The consuls protested against the inhumane treatment of political adver-sarins by the llolshevlki and received ti reply from the foreign minister which sulci: "Germany, which violated the neutrality of llelgluiu and holds populations of Invaded countries under u brutal yoke. Is not qualified to intervene In this question " .JEWELLED SWOKl) AWAITS BELGIAN KING AT BRUSSELS Paris, Oct. -Unrlng the early days of Gormauy's occupation of Hrus-sels in i!H4 u project was formed there to present King Albert .t sword of honor upon his return to the city. Tho model was made and tho artist who designed il carried It through the harrier pilo Holland and from ihero to Paris. Tho sword bus been nvado here. Tho hilt ia of gold and platinum set with precious stones. It reflWsonts the Belgian ovoreomine tho TMUon eagle. It will hu sent to Brussels and will Rock these Grates "Shakingdown" a range fire has gone out of fashion. Kootenay Range duplex grates need only be rocked gently. If you have used the old fashioned jolliug shaker you will hardly believe the fire is really shaken down when yon rock the Kootenay duplex grate. Kootenay range grates let all the ashes fall into the ash pan but they keep the clean hot fire in the firebox. No ashes can cling to any part of Kootenay Grates. That is why you get a clear fire and the full benefit of your fuel. "Service in tho Kitchen." Booklet Free. This is only one. of many foaturea of the Kootenay Hungo described in beautiful little booklet, "Service in the Kitchen," wlpch will bo mailed free, on request. It tells all a woman wauts to kuow about u, range before sho buys it. McClaryS Kootenay London Montreal Toronto St. John, N.U. Hamilton Winnipeg Vancouver Calgary VCdmonton Saskatoon ..7 Enquire from Local Hardware Dealers ;