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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY, OCTOBKIt 24. 1918 tue LKTHKHIpGfc WKI.KI.Y iiF.KAl.;� 3 SPECIAL Is Your Boy At The Front? No doubt you have a photo of him-it may be only a snapshot, yet it's something to recall his face. But it's so small and you've 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 FOR / 48c We have made arrangements with one of the most artistic 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 wi." � than a beautiful onlargcmont of baby's photo or of your own to blm it Hit. All subjects-babyhood, childhood, youth or ago are treated in evTtll yourself of It. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW THE BAY" SPE CIAL GLEANED FROM ALL OVER the STORE SWISS MESSALAINE SILK WHITE BATH TOWELS White, pink, bluo. imvy. -l qq :Mx48. .Special off-i q#j lingular $2.50. Special..... l."�f ,,.,|r ............. "jC pailette silk electric GLOBES Or untiHiial value. Colors tiiRfi'M Watt, ROr ��'�- -1 QO brown, Mark, bottle green. O Cftj ^l"^1*1' f"r ..... l.UO Value $3.00, for ........ ��DU .,, vvnii r,r,. ,..,.,,. oiq Sjii>"lril. for ... �itlu black peau de soie .">ii Walt, line each n * q :t� Inch. Regular *:;.7fi. o *q Special, r, for ..... LJVj special .................. n, Wim 7.r ,,.,, _ stn-1'inl. :, for . tit&O 150 yards raw silk Special price f 1.25 vah.c qq feather PILLOWS y;,r*' .............. VJK. (�:-:."ia|;.2*jfK.. -ni'-. neat pom pom on �* At\ \:iii,p si:-.iM to ^ spi'iiai Great Sale of Ladies' Fall Suits A cleii ram ii of niiignit utlr ami liHlilding mi-reused coats in coinparinon to last year, our Kail and Winter cnats ale nu iji epllim to this fact. We confidently .insert that OUU VA1.CKS ARK HKTTKIJ. and OI.R PRICKS l.OWKR than thonu pievalllup, 12 niontlK nine" Ak proof of this we mention just one- line u lovely Tweed Coa* at $:M.T5, with u. splendid r.ingn of rolorlngs of Invlnililr plaid.", etc This t� equal, if not superior, to our Taluo of 1h�i season, and tk� nlghnr plic.od oneg are Jutt uh important in value* The cold weather will soon bo wild u� Prepare for il. and � �house your coat while the rotJE^ in c.i)tnpl�>1e. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW ad I -�i-.i -.on; :if* � ;  a!|.�j^p*>lll^,, i ,il i pour over t'.i 'I. lie  IK>'  - � Si. p.itatia-.-. th.-a, �ii' ni! ht.t 'pp�-d p..;,;- NEWLY Oir.c I �:it the esc-i \�ll)i . Uik un'l! well iirx "�' po'...tne �; I .11** '�.*  an '  :r.m,: � until ti:,. -J,; ., �  .-utile i- ,.,!,.!  :�'!. .-pi i:iV.:.� wi i I Hutterites Very Much 'VfiRED ES FOR GLUtl Hout-eliaio tcniomle* Made Pociiblc by Several New Vif.3   Mr. T. M. rtulf b*a returned from |�fflttlnc fa North Dakota. Mri. Huff � Ui famhy an Ul irttfc Innuenta.  �  Mr*. ToMagler, wno has beoa visit \p? l� � �Hr, Mt tkla afWirnoon ta I Mum to bar boaw In Vhnoouvcr.    Mbn Hatooa relimio4 yeaterday af yternoon ffam Omlgary. whero she hnn CHUN0HK8 AND SOCIKTIES     ; + WEOOINQ8 4 been atUmdinr the Calgary Normal {?????fr****** >>>�? tohool. wWch to at preaent closed on PinKi-'tt-nAii rv ' 1 account of Iniluoiini. J PIOKKTT-OAiuBi    | The little town of Nanton. nestling Mr. Steele and a party of friends {at the dune of the southern Alberta! from Milk lllver. w�re motor Tlsitora foothills, watt the seeno of u qultu j ip. tho city last waek. I wedding on Sunday, Oct. 13, when    I Hotoa Florence Pickett, of Oxford. "Mr. and Mrs. Geor*� Van Home,, Kug, hocame tho wU'o of Arthur Reg- who nave boon vlaiting rolatiyos di'lnuld Halloy, of Mordou, Man., tUe Holona, Montana, returned last night. jWemony being porfonned in Christ Mr. and M�u. Hoorer ot this city, aro 111 with Influenza, church Jiy the Rev. A. G. Bradshaw, rector. The bride wan giv�n in marriage by Mr. George Parkinson, ot. Roland, Mm. J. Burkett with her llttlo grand. 1 Man., her only attendant being little aon tma returned to her dome in the i Ml Id re n Beads, who carried the ring olty after apoudliiK the summer, with; in a quaint Hindu vase. The wedding her daughtor, Mrs. O. Wella, at Cam-rose. Mlsa Wride, Miss Kirkham and M4bh march wan played by Miss May White. After the ceremony the wedding par-j ty motored to the K-V ranch, the home of Mr. and Mre. II. B. Heath, where a Flinn, who havo been nttendlng Nor-; dainty luncheon was served inal school at Calgary, have returned; Mr; and Mrs. Railey are spending a to the city while the �ehool is closed abort honeymoon nt Banff, Alts., af-on account of the Influenza opidemlc., ter which they will reside In Cal- gary.-Wlnnipeg Pree Press.    * � Mrs. V. B. Uradford, wuobo husband is udjuster for the Maryland Casualty company, located at Mlunoapolla, Mln.' nesoUi, leavea durillK tho next few| FOOD BOARD FLASHES days for her home alter spending ! munitions, and food. Every day in, nt nor homo hn.l onlv bean 111 � tll� wftr ,MtB n�oan� so mucll-less pro- ins at hor homo, had ouI} beon til a ducUvliy ,, Burop,; wi ,m e0)dier llttlo over a weok. Bhe was 30 yenra ; thftt j50eg over lneans that much more ot age mid hud been a popular wem-1 food to be sent. l>or of the telophono etaff for three! There cau ba law laaaial rul�� in vAnrH whe.e she waa u most nnn�hu' matter *f too& conwr^ttlon, for years, wiie.e she was a most capable ult(m.ent ,oc,iitle9 have dlHoring operator, ahe had been a rosident of problems, each of whi^U must he-met the city for over ten years, comluj la Ua *wu way, Sometimes the prob-with her parents to Lothbrldge fraai lems change overnight, because of iKuglund. Her death comeu m n some newly entering Isctor. ehock to dor rouny friends In, the city. go that the first word tp the house- wife In: Stand ready to i h.iiirc t!ie detaila of your progntiu v^i'.en ever you uro usi   y movement to .. . - . __ , t'anadn. It i� true that they are still citizen,, of tho I'nlted States ike toe -taK- in a stable ttuick aro J therefore subject to the convention mil univi-d pri'vidril for sleeping qua)ters. Iini- � governing such clilatens who are resl-leiitly it may lie mentioned that the | dent in Canada. That convention. Provincial Bureau of Publlr Health i however, provides thai if they do not will enforce ob^ervanie >f the health | reglstrr here an cltliens at the United regulations in id'-rreriioti of this coni-j States within a specified time they tnunlty residem � ; become subject to the provisions of Tint Movement in 1S97 �tht> Military Hervlce Act and thai Act It iv interesting to rerall at this i far r'** �fnte" /A* tT**entLT time that a- far I....-1: as Isf.T ti.ero 1 �* 10^ IJZ^ rZ^' was a movement of lluiterltes fram j�'�' lB" BO�-comJttUBt sorvice*. llensni south Dakota to Manitoba. Tltev are Correspondent e which has been p- b-rcquiri- indusirlous folk and obedient to the ! Ilsheil and which psised between Can- tin fur lull a re ';  V. ii.iupf-i; l'r s>lt led oil I hi farm. advi�ini; him of toe iiie'its of the rhool luw. The lender ordinary requirements of the law. The re.ponded with the ass'at.nice thai traditional policy nf tli  Inderal lie his people would be com. nt to con-* pal iment of the interior, never nllus- 'Ht form and will make a u itmi to the Honed until some of iis implications ' dipar: muni o( tiu- nunilier of �> liool were made plaiu by the nxperlence of 1 ti*i inovtniein of the sixteenth j '* nl)t susceptible of misunderstand-century. Its birthplace was Moravia, 1 ln�- The llutterltos Reck to evade but the persecution which It suffered I military service, promoted miRrutioii to Wullachia. Tlfnre also, however, the Hutterische | FOUR DEATHS AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Oct. L'l-Vour deaths have occurred in thr> last L'4 lioiirs from Influenza, iimklug the total l*i., Pnetimouia in many cases is superven-' The t.'itlted States lhg among the sufferera. Another piece ot silk or fabric of |0clei>vfomjd no permanem home and the aame co.or placed under the tear i wlmn ft ,,,,,,.r of Mennonltes in 178li with a thin i-oatniK or glue .will bring � KOl,8lll retUBO Irom ,IP requirements the edges more firmly together than , of prus,ian military law in South Riu can bo done with n needle. Allow to ; sla_ th|( se t also 8t.,,e(, noal..0dossa. dry thoroughly ami rent will ho at- � Auu aga|,;whon in the. latter part of moat Invisible. j ,h(, n|,eieentl( century tho Hussion A Splendid Way to Keep Rubbers from 1 government Withdrew from these Slipping ) bodies the immunity from military ser- Rubber overshoes often become so ] vice which had been granted to them ! loose that they slip off at tho heols, t the Hutterische Society moved to the ! especially ih tho winter and spring j United States and settled in South i when the ground is muddy or slushy, j Dakota. , This annoying trouble can be entirely ,, ,heIr ,md4, of ,fe and ,, (Ufl ! eliminated by gluing n tett 'hand ! , ,01w doctrlllos whlch thoy hoid they around the inside top o/ the rubber. . havo m^lcll in common wltu the Mell. To Protect Furs and Woolons f rom (nonites. They havo no sense of na-Moths I tlonallty and the character of the gov- It is commonly known that moths' ernment nnder which thoy live is to very much dislike the odor of ink In them n matter of indifference so long old newspapers. Several thicknesses >� does not trouble them In the of qld.newspapor8 (irmly glued troths practice of their religion. Abstinonce er may be m�de\juto the forth, of a i from any form of milltav- service Is a beg and the gariip�t placed Inside. ! matter of religious obligation admit-After the'ontja and all Jojnta aVa-tlrnv Una of ijuicDmpromise, They are, oven ly sealed with glue, the bag is ah>o- moro ihan the Mennonitos, strict com-lutely moth and dust proof, and your munlats. They live together in colon-protpcUou from moths hate cost nrac-. io8 0f twenty or twenty five families, tlcally nothing. � v | holdlug everythjnt; in common. This ,--,-. ,(JOy regard u's the mode of life lin- NINE DEATHS AT VANCOUVER posed by u strict interpretation of ,o.iy��ca�vejy0o^jj^ j c.hrlstlau teaching and they hold this inftuensa o'uiwik ��aeh* brighter to- view with such uncompromising logic day. At three hoBpltala there arc 627 that thoy havo but one residence for patients under treatment^ while at each separate colony, a large building unother there are 76 cases. Nine deaths in which all oat at a common ta�le, havo been reported since yesterday, j the family units enjoying only such Many esses have been discharged, privacy as can be obtained In divisions Tb� omething you get for nothing Im probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap is a loee. Drink BLUB RIBBON and get value la ;