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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918 THE LETHiOKIpGE^ ,WEI-:KI.7 ITRRAL;-Trrr.m, .. ' ' ' T'l^J___________-r PAGE ELfciVJcn 3 SPECIAL AT "THE BAY" Is Your Boy At The No doubt you have a photo of him--it may be only a snapshot, yet it's something to recall hii face. But it's so small and youVe often wished it was large enough to frame and hang on the wall-^to be continually before your eyes. You may have HIS PHOTO ENLARGED FCHt / i 48c We Have made arrangements with one of the most �H7tistic firms on the continent enabling you to have your wish gratified at a cost of 48c upwards. The work is most beautifully executed You may See Samples in the Window. The firm's representative is, here to take orders. Pass yours in early, for we anticipate a tremendous rush.  A Christmas Gift Which Will Be Appreciated What will give greater pleasure to husband or wlf.? than a beautiful, enlargement of baby's photo or of your OTVn ,tp. him or her. All �Ubjecta-b�bybood, childhood, youth or age are treated in .m equally artlaUo .manner. This Is an'unprecedented opportiftilty. Don't fall to arall yourself of It, SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW SWISS MESSALAINE SILK '�^ite, pink, blue, navy, f qq Regular $2.50. Special..... PAILETTE SILK Of unusual value. Colors nigger brown, black, bottle green, o en Value ?3.00, for ......... Li�D\3 BLACK PEAU DE SOIE ,'i6 Inch. Regular If.'i.TS. o AQ Special .................. Ot^U 150 YARDS RAW SILK Special price. $1.25 value qa_ for, yard '................. �J�/C WHITE B^TH TOWELS 34x48. Special offor, qq pair...................  ELECTRIC GLOBES 25 Watt, 500 eacli. -i qq Special! tor ............ i*�/d 40 Walt, 55c eatth. 9 10 Spncial, ,'') for ........... /LmlU no Walt, fiOc eacli. n vSpecial, r, for ........... Ci r>ij Watt, TSc eucl). Spopial, 5 for ....... 2.98 MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR in two piocf; garmcnlsi. iixlra, value, per 1 op garment ................. LtiiO MEN'S EXTRA HEAVY COAT SWEATERS .Tumbo knit in greys, marooif, and lirown.'!. Sperlal ip."i..')0 to ............. 7.00 FEATHER PILLOWS 54 INCH BROADCLOTH ..... 2.39 Of superior quality. Colors wine, purple, green, brown, grey, nav.v, seal, sand, black. PrireK, rj rrt, yard $5.00, $G.0O and ...... * .Dv LADIES' BLACK CASH- , iftlERE HOSE In outsize and gartor top. Regular $1.50. Special, 1 or pair...................... 1 .JO ROLLER TOWELS 3 yards long. Regular 90c. ffx Siiecial, each ............iifC EMBROIDERED BED SPREADS .Large size. Regular o pa $4.00. Each .............. j.Oil Our special Feather I'i'.lovvs, cov-recl with blue chintz, sizp tXx2i;. Special, per pair BOYS' KNITTED TOQUES .�V.ssori.pfl color.';. Priced. uj) from BOYS' BOOTS LIQUID VENEER IS only, 4 oz. Hiz>'. I{og- 1 �* tilar 25c. To clear ........ IDC 24 only, 12 ok. size, nc;s,- �j p iilar OOP. To clear'........ oDC No Phone or CCD. Orders. Limit 1 Only to a Customer SMYRNA RUGS A reversible rug, size ;',0xiJ2. iu Hhades of fawn, hrowii, gj'eon. ro.se. ntf.' Regular |5.50. S|)nclal ............. In gunmetal and box cal'" bluch-cr cut, strong and rlurnble dress or .school siioe, sizes 1 to Special ............. UDIES' SHOES In hreken lines patent leather, gunmetal, kid in button or lace. Sizes 2H to 4V,. Special .............. 4.49 4.49 4,39 LADIES' SLIPPERS Of Dongola kid, four strap, wide fitting, Cuban hoei; Special, n oq all sizes ................. BEDROOM MATS LADIES'HOUSE SLIPPERS Axminster Bedroom Mats in .size.s Afade of felt 'With cork covered l.'i.xjO, in lovely soft shades of :i-S. Special eK-ipn35ag.2�jfE. . fawn, pink and green. Reg- -i sole, neat pom pom on -t jq ular $2,25. Special ....... i.Jp vamp. Sizes :'. to ,S. Special Great Sale of  Ladies' Fall Suits A clearance of magnitude and including every Ladles' suit in the store. An event t.hat bears no comparison wltji former cleai^nceg here or elsewhere. All the very latest, models are here, and all the new matterials. Some are fur trimmed, in fact all tfite latest crestions are i-eprRsenled. and they are- strictly individtial and exclusive, HERE ARE THE PRICES $40.00 Suits lor ..................... $30.00 $48.50 Suits for . . .. ...... $36.50 $52.50 Suits for ..................... $39.50 $62.00 Suits for . . ..,................. $46.50 $74.75 Suits for..................... $56.50 $87.50 Suits for.................... $65.75 Our Fall and Winter Coats Are Unequalled in Value While the general trend in mercligjidise has been towards greatly increased costs in comparison to last year, our Fall and Winter coats are an exception to this fact. We confidently assert that OUR VALUE'S AB,K BE3TTER, and OUR PRICES LOWER, than. those prevailing 12 months since. As proof of this we mention just one line � -a lovely Tweed Coat at $24.75, with a splendid range of colorings of invisible plaids, etc. Thia-is equal./if not superior, to 'our $30.00 Talue of last season, and the liigher j^ucfed ones are just, as Important; in values. The cold weather" will sbon b,e with us. Prepare^fpr it, and choose your coat while lEe range is^fomplete. i;': , - 'V .y add seasonings; beat the eggs with 3 tablespoons cold inilk until well mix-ad, pour over the hot potatoes: raise ! the edges so the eggs can get tlirougii j the potatoes. Fry until the egg i.s sel; then double the same as omelet. Serve on hot platter, .sprinkle with chopped parsle>. ^ .;. ;. Hutterltes Very Much Like The Mennonites   Mr, 'b, V. iftutt bM xeturned from JWfltfBS tb. Morttt Itakota. Mr�. Haft ad UtaOr aw iU with innuensa. * * * , Mra. T'oMUder, irfao has been visit-IK to Am �ftr. Mt t^a afternoon to Vrtnm to ^tt^jaai&iik Vhnoouver. J Mln HiilaoB re^ornei yesterdAy afternoon ttmm palgkry, where she has l^een attewMnc^ the CHUROHBS AND SOCIETIES >  * Win the membert of the O. E. S. please go to the Red Cross rooms to-"morrow afternoon to get sewing to be done at home. If special work is desired please phone 1914.  WEDDINGS 4 �> PICKETT-BAILEY The little town of Nanton, nestling at the base of the southern Alberta foothills, was the scene of a quiet wedding on Sunday, Oct. 13, when j Helen Florence Pickett, of Oxford, I Eng., became the wife of Arthur Reg-Unald Bailey, of Mordon, Man., the Icerensony being performed in Christ church Jjy the Rev. A. FOR FEMININE FOLK ?  Food saving must go right on. We have, not yet made up the deficit of Europe or built up our own reserves. Success lies in nsieryes-re�erve� of men, muqitioiie, and food. Elvary day the war lasts meanii so much-less pro-: ductivity in Europe; and every soldier that goes -over means that mtich 'more food to be se^t. ' There can ba few iMMial niles In thi& 'matter of food coniorvstlon, for different localities have differing problems, each of which must helmet to (to OTn.way,. ,3p,i���ipe8 the problems change overnigm., because of some newly entering tactor. So that the first word tp the house- wife is: "Stand ready to change the details of your program when ever you are assured by the Food Board that a change is necessary." :> NEWLY DISCOVERED ? USES FOR GLUE ; ------- ? : ? ? : : HouEehold Economies Made Possible by Several New Uses New York, Oct. 23.-With our government demanding all possible conservation in .'\inorican households, sev- As long, however, as the need for eral newly discovered uses tor glue' food conservation for fighting men present to the tboughful woman op-across the sea lasts, there will be cer- portunities to prolong the life of fain fundamental principles that we household articles, should never tire of considering, no : As every family hiis, or sltould have, matter what temporary superficial on hand a bottle or tube of good glue, changes there may be, viz.; "Save ,the following practical suggestions can wheat, meats, fats, and sugar" and 'he acted upon without, delay or ex-"use perishables." i penso. ' . ^ To Put New Life/In an Old Broom (Winnipeg l'"ree Press). ""TheHiitterltes. who recently moved from South Dakota to Manitoba, understand that it would be useless for them to .seek the prtvilege of~section-ai schools in this province and are reconciled to the notion that their children must receive instruction in IDnglish at .public schools. An official of tlie provincial department interviewed the leader of the colony which has settled on the Benard farm,-advising him of the requirements of the school law. The leader responded with the assurance that like the stali.s iu a stable which are provid(?S for sleeping qtiartef.s. Inci-dently It may he mentioned that the Provincial Bureau of Public Health will enforce observance of the health regulations in the erection of this community residence. First Movement In 1897 It is interesting' to recall at this time that as far back as 1897 there was a movement of Hutterltes from South Dakota" to Manitoba. They are industrious folk and obedient to the ordinary requirements of the law. The traditional policy of tiio federal de- liis people would be content to con-^partnient of the interior, never quea- 4 � ? :  > : � POTATO RECIPES * * �  POTATO CROQUETTES 1 quart potatoes, , teaspoon salt. Dash pepper. 1 teaspoon chopped parsley. 1 .teaspoon butl^er, * Breadcrumbs. 1 egg. 1 tablespoon milk. Cornjineal. , Wash and boil the potatoes 20 min- .\ teaspoonful of ,g!ue mixed in a basin of hot water poured over a broom and then allowed to thoroughly dry will greatly stilfcn it, and prolong its usefulness and life. , ', When Shoes Become Barked or Scarred ' Very often a small piece of tlie leather is lifted or loosened. Don't cut i it off and try to cover the place with ,' blacking. Flatten the piece in place i with a little glue and allow to dry. Then ai.ply blacking and the surface will be as good as new. For Tears or Rents In Silk Another piece of silk or fabric of utes: Drain, when cool skin-and put; ^" POTATO PUf^F 1 quart potatoes. ^ teaspoon salt. Dash white pepper. 1 teaspoon butter. 1 teaepoon chopped parsley. 1 teaspoon nutmeg. Vi, cup .milk. Wash and boil the potatoes 20 minutes. Drain, skin and mash, ^^dd >-Ii is commonly known that moths v^ry much dislike theJpMor ot.ink I'^l . old .newapapers, .S.eveVil thicknessap' salt, peper parsley arfdineaspoon of, of^old. newspapers S)-mly;telued't*:ettt-! f?"^' .J�*>.;W-"Mer;^ay li^Tade^% the .fonh":of a. �i!>t'-,.J'�* tins wtth^buPtor; l.^a,,, and'the "gar&t placed ^Wslde: ^'Att�EiJ#e>n$8.>ndf^J�^t�;^ipus obligation admlt-tlna-,ot-5Q�cbmpromise. They ur^, even more'jthaik-the Mennonites,-striot communists. Tliey live together In colonies of twenty or twenty-five families,, holding everything in common. This thoy regard as the mode of life Imposed by a strict interpretation of Christian teaching and they hold this view with such uncompromising logic that they luiye but one residence for each separate colony, a large 'building In which all eat at a common' taile, the family units -enjoying only such privacy as can be obtalnetl in divisions tioned until some of its implications were made plain by the experience of this war, iias been to, secure every available settler of.this sort. The department oj that tiihe, therefore, was in the popular view, displaying only commendable ' enterprise ' when it sought to persuade'the Hutterltes to settle in this province and two colonies moved to Dominion City. An or-der-in-council was passed-giving them'| assurance- of privileges, similar to those granted to the Mennonites in 1873, including unconditional exemption from railitary ser%'ice. This col-on.v, however,' remained only for a few-years and then rettirned to South Dakota. The motive of the recent movement Is nbt susceptible of misunderstanding. The Hutterltes seek to evade military service. The United States draft law does not recognize the conscientious objector and, as conscie'n-l tious objectors, apart from any assui--, ance of immunity which'could be given them, th'e sltu^ition of those people would be improved,'by-movement to Canada. It is trite that they are still citizens of the^ United, States and therefore subject to the convention governing such citizens who are resident in Canada. That convention, however, 'provides that if they do not register here as citis:en� of the United; States within a specified time thfey, become subject to the 'provisions ot the Military Servic* Acti and that Apt: so far recognizes the consoientioiis objector as tb provide for his enroll-; ment in the non-combatant services. . Correspondence which has been p- b-llshed and which passed between Canadian immigration officials and the' leaders of the Hutterltche Society i^-' dicates very clearly the concern ot. these people to secure absoluto eX-j emption from military service. Theyj i secured no assurance ot exemption 1�jr; order-in-council like that which wajs! given to the Mennonites in 1873, Thertej appears to be little room for doubi,! however., that the immigration offlc}-! als-actuated by the view which until; this time has had universal sanctiohj and which regards as desirable andi law-abiding habit-did not anticipate' the objections which have since beehi raised and did What they couldito ott-; courage the Hutterite migration. . i > FOUR DEATHS AT MOOSE JAW! Moose Jaw. Oct. 24.-'Four deaths! have occurred in the last 24 hoursi from influenza, making the total if.; Pneumonia in many cases is superveil-/ iiig among the sufferers. The aomethlng you get lor nofh-ing ie probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap ie a loes. 0rlnk :nM|:;0ft;ya|ue.; / ;