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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WKOXKSDAY, 1017 THK ijOTIlRRinfiK HRT4AT.D PACE ELEVEN Marsh- maliow FRESH MADE EVERY DAY Orange marshmallowa. wllh null? cocoa nut. Cucoa ilut kisses or maple fudge. 1'er SALTED PEANUTS (Bpantjh) Per 30c Thursday a Great D4y for Thrifty This News 6f Rare Savings- Many Bjicrial iinrdiaws have contributed seasonable and goods loom' Thursday [irim. AllogcUuv it will prove a thrift day of great nl vvoiuli'i'l'iilly Combination Offer in Tobacco 1 Sweet llrlar 1'ipc. 12 different shapes Vuleanltu end milk am- ticr mouth piece and one llu God- Iroy-I'hlllip: England mixture, Weei KnJ Special Combination for OUC TIIK HUDSON CAKl'KT SWI3KPER' l.gg A "THRIFT." OFFEniNG FOR WIDE AWAKE HOUSEWIVES Now Is the time for household renlenlculug. and all economical housewlvea .will rojolco iu the remarkaulo value. Easy running, eultary sweepers, well constructed, snJ ot standard lie. Too brush la ct excellent quality bristles and Is tfco full -i no width or tlio case. Thursday special liJO KEVKRSIBLE 1JAG MATS "illt miss" design. Size JOiCJ. Suitable tor bedroom or 'kitchen. Citing splendid serrlce. rtegular Etoci price J3.50 i yjft naJ J.1.95. Special price fi.lS anu .._................'..... itOJ MAKaUISETTli: CURTAINS With 3 la. Insertion la cream shades. DeaullfuVond EOT- n OQ Jbla Tttgular fl.25 per pair. Special, pair ......j---- line, with IVt 'In. ls.ce edging and wreath wort- -I t cd on corner. llcgular ?3.50 per pair. Pair................J. 1 'WHITE LACK CURTAINS 30 Inches wide, I Wo and a halt yards long. Extra, special nil pair I llijAIITIFUL LINE OF; CRETONNES In1 several shades. Just, tho thing lor overdrapes or cover- no- Ings. Special, yard LADIES' sxAT-ijY DRESS SHOES In dull tid, patent, with kid tops, button or lico styles with Louis, Ciihau or Sizes 214 to 4. A and B widths. dressy hoots tor. the la'dlcs who are blessed with small feet i OQ at a small prlce.rllcgijlar values Special ............-t.03 KIDDIES "SO SHOES Builo'n or laco patent'bpltoma 'With black kid lop. Wide plain toe heavy cushion'Insole. Slies ranglnc, from 4 to nn Special, per pair ONLY, LADIES' BLACK PAT- ENT LEATHER PUMPS AND STRAP SLIPPERS With medium high heels. Siiea lo 4. wide fitting, neat and Bultahlo lor street wear. While- they last. Regular 51.00. QQ L Special 1.33 MEN'S'BOX CALFBUJCIIER ROOTS For ?eml-dresa wear, vlile liUIng and block toe. Bi- O QQ ceptlonally good value atrf5.00. Special, per pair GIRLS' COATS sizes 7. S. ii. 10. J2 and 14 years. GooJ warm aud chinchillas la iiavy, aud grey. Large collara with IrlnimiDgs of black plush. Special MISSES' CLOTH COATS In colon naTy, brori'D, groy. In rtlnclill las and hvccds. cbecka and velvcU. Sizes S, 9. 10, 11. 12, ifaud 15. AH golnfi at 9.95 13.89 CIIILDREX'S COATS Sjictlal sale cm children's coals. Small plzcs, S., uuilerwenl nn operation 'nt Gall anil ia p'ro- cresslng favorablj1. Mra. T. S. Fetlorly and lllllo son Gordon arc EpomUne n few Motor Transport.Servlco, have received notice lo report at Calgarr on Ocl. 27th, lo leave with a roluh- leer draft lUrtlog overseas Immed- iately. The garage ot tho Tabor h betne brick veneered at Uie pres- enl llmo'. A slep that win add g'reit- to Its appearance. The benefit concert hold Ihe passed off most successfully, the building being taied to Its full capac- ity. Pte. Paris' war pictures and II- luslrallon feats were Mr-client. These were Jlvo moving-pictures generously .cohlrlb-. ulel hy the management of tre. The proceeds were over llED.Dfc Sir. Ill O. Ballia -now in charge of Ogllvle'a elevator In Toher.V and stands prepared to giro everyone. a. square deal and courteous -treatment Jlr. 1. nilllentler la unloading to- day (Tuesday) a car ot Mclaughlin autoa. Ills latest sale has been lo llr. Date Sturm. Dr. Myers anJ ROT. J. P. Weal- mnn wero mucli appreciated by'all who attended the unfon S. 3. P. V. P. Institute held In town last KrldaV- They stressed jiarllculsrly the work being carried. on for tho teen nnd urged lh.it ID or IS of the' teen SRC hoya of Tflber bo sent to the Doy'a Convention'In Lelhlirldge, NOT. 91h. We have learned that the In- fant daughter of Mr. W. 9.'Russell was accidentally scalded today about Ihe heat) nnd shoulders, Dr. Hanv mnn'la hi attendance. Mn, (Hev.) Taylor and young arrived In town on Ba'lurday to tafce up their reildence at the Anglican rectory. We extend them a hea'rly welcome to Taber., Ust weak the town Hying tfslt by the at tie Cac- r.rta Coal.Co, Despite t alorny ertnlng. a number' of the men 6f Knox church galbered 'or Ihe lupper ta the-a'chool .room b( the presiding. Mr. ajipolnlecl chair- man ct a cblntnltteo charged wllh ar- ranging a similar event for tho be- ginning of December. Mrs. T. .E. Henderson anS Mrs. Jack Ross'are visiting frlcnils In Sas- kalcncwan- V The JOLli anniversary of tile T'rolcs- tant Reformation .-will be fittingly ob- In several of tho local chur- ches' neil Sunday. Wo are glad lo note that nl the liiilon S. S. 1: Y..P. Inslltule held last is-eek in steps were taken lb federate the ;-Presbyterian and Methodist S. S. .forces In Southern Alberta. Henceforth -S. a. Institutes, Summer Schools and Y. P. convent- Ions will he conducted jointly. Mrs. Bryan of Taber. lias .been appointed a member of the: Federation commu- Mr. C. .McBrldfi o! the rtespalcn- cra'olflco In I.elhbrldge ia now stat- ion sgent in taking the place of'.MrT Gca. Grny. Pic. T. Chase: of the Engineers Over 100 guests were entertained al, Uie Veterans' club last evening, when tlic veterans look qccatiidii lo extend expressions of gratitude lo Iho members ot Ihe city bar for tlietr hanilsomo gift of n billiard IsMo to the 'club, which 13 a most welcome addition to the amusements provided Ihcrc. A short canccrt was given early In the evening, when Mr. and Mra. Layton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wtvd- dlngton, and .Mrs. Taylor, provi'lcrt very enjoyable musical numbers. President Morrow of Ihq Veterans, (rip lo Iho how fcellug had developed Ihere In connecllon wllh Ihe war. Refreshments.! were served, after which dancing was Indulged In. CANDIDATES Vancouver, Oct. rcsignat- Ion of Iwo soldier candidates for.the Dominion .house was accepted at n meeting of Ihe Great War'Veterans' Association.-tonight, ..Major jcpopir and Provincial President- Lauglilin declining to enfer tlie JIsls, However, It was decltled nt the ineeling lhal the asnoclailon would haferDiic re- turned soldier fn the flejd none' has as yet been COASTWISE TRADE C. P. R. WON'T TAKE OVER THE P. G. E. Vancouver, OcL. ia 'not- the remotest chance 'ol the Canadian 1'aclflc Railroad taking over the Pac- ific Great'Eastern said W. F, Petcra, general superintendent of-. Ihe C. P. It. this mornlug in discuss- ing (h'e report that Premier nren-sler while in the east, had been negotiat- ing the traiislur with heads ot the C. P. It. Mr. I'clero also cmphaUcally declared that his company had intention whatever'of building any- drydock In Vancouver' or at- any place on1 Ihe Paclllc coast. Corps has just 'returned from the [extended a welcome lo the guests flnrt front anil will he 'welcomed his ma.ny, old friend PUBLICITY SOON BRINGS SUP- PORT filllngly lhanheil Iho lawyers for their elft lo the club. -Dr. Conyljcarft .was the chief speak- er, unit In reply Vpoko .it length and very Insplringly on the splendid ac- complishment of union government Washington.. Oct.. coastwise trade was formally .opened to foreign shipping today hy a reso- lution of the shipping board, ordering Iho licensing fnr such Irndq of. both foreign hullt vessels under the United Stales ling and vessels of foreign rcg- stcr. Tills serve tho double purposo of replacing American, ton- nago withdrawn for overseas service and of relieving many of Hie ships' of Ihe wasteful necessity- of going be- tween American porls cninly or only partially Udcn. The'board Edivard F. Corey, Ihe chief director of operations'. v tha Canadian people the provisions! firing uii impression of his recent anil operation ol the Military Service Act.' This Is the first lime In Cana-1 dlan history that such a method of placing a law In operation has been adopted, wllh every newspaper anil magazine In the country carrying the message to the cllliens. j -Toe'nrlvRnlago ot publicity Is now', apparent to all, since, wllh the ilfssem-' Ination of Ihe facts regarding the Mil-1 llary Een'Ico Acl public upprcclatlon of Its' fairness and Jnsllcc has grown by leapa and bounds In every section i of Canada. DEATH. William, Ont., Oct. The Coroner's Jury al, the fourtli sitting of the Inquest Inlo the'death of Peter Olchowsky returned a' verdict that fi'ad been kdlod by rlflo shots fifed by anmo person or persona unknown. The mcdlpal evidence showed' thai Otchowsky was shot In the hip, (ho nnd Iho head; Ihe last shot cfluafng pracllcaiiy Jnsianiajicoua death. Ills fellow workmen at Crfst Siding1 could throw no Hghl upon Ihe myilery, morely .proving that ho had gone ool lo wnlk'the track on Sun-' day, Septombcr 30 and had never ro- turned. The body wrfs not discovered i until tho following Wednesday al CAPTUREDJklONEY. Oct. the rnai of booty IB iho Ttlgn dperatfoni wete three govern- meilg tksti roailm, ttxlay'i, anav, ftpor frost. HEAR The Illustrated LECTURE 'OOAN OF ARC" BY REV, OKAS! BAKER IN THE BAPTIST CHURCH Friday Evening October 26th At, MO Autf (CM Ljdlt.' Aid WON'T'WTEHFERE. London, Ocl'. acceptance- by Iho 'Bovcrnment d( Ihe statue ot Uncoln from the American donors for erection In front of the1 house of. parliament, was a subject of' ques- tions In the house today. Sir Alfred Hond, commander o! works, repeat-.. cil lhal ho did not consider he should Interfere wllh tht Bclectlon made'.' of Danger.! Dandruff am) live hairs can'l comr for Emergency Fund, Always an Acceptable Xmas Ii Is only thlna (rlcnrf cjn't-.buy. v it'i time now to have them made. Let in ihow you (he claif of Vw6rk w'o p'radute, Wt have made no Increase In prlcea thli and will not. Allison Photo Balmoral BlocX, FKth t. 'iff ;