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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1918 1H~ LKfHHKtnGK' DAILY UKRAf,. PAGE NINE carpenters 01NI invests \:m **> CALLS TO ME ? >.* : > * : > : > : �; Across ami Them colons' Hnf call Of Ifrancn tt> me. J hoar tlic muffled, tender sound Of llttln children, underKmund; J)nnlni), hnrcfl of Rvorylhlnjr The rfRht to play, to leant and nintr. Dour littlo child Across (ho sou, I'll como to slnR Anil play with thee. I'rom over thorn 1 hear tlio rail from frim*",, In prayer, 'i i. . ii i Hliinr. tor 'heir mute. ?.(! ' i ; Ail by On: Minis of Mate: Jlrluc . h.itni'ln-s, childless, nil alone An- i.ii-..ti;ni? o''-r 11 P'1" �f stone. Heroic srmit;'. I'll come lo share Vn':r liitl't k.'I'T Anil blind despaii From over !!i>a TlKT,. comes s:ul bound I'nun l-'rancc to me Tlii' painful peal of broken hell". Now shuttered by Satanic shells; 'lh" war-sli'l: wind, tmit walls anil whine* TliroilRii battered walls of �;n:roil ^lij-lii.-i*. ' : in!.'!;'�� from shclMiolc, tt.'ttch .mil wire, Mi'ii crazed hy Mis ami liquid (i11-: J mm!) .'iKuiiie* from No .Man's Land, lain- itroati* beneath tti� su:>-i"iii'.1 hand n. stricken land. Wlii-rc evil* rcicn. Thy rail 10 1110 I* nut iii vain. - Ifarrv Webb Kari'ltiKMii .\� "York H'Tii'id,    ��**>*">�> 's''�04*>*�*>*>04 � *> > PERSONAL    Mrs I'lia:i. Smith of PindHT Creek underwent .1 critical operation ill tin1 Hull lith Avenue., durim; the. Illnnsi' uf their mother. II. ('. Karris Is laid up with an attack of Itiiliicnzu.   � Mm. Mitchell of How Island is in tlio city. 51m. H. .1. Monda of Barons in ill In tip' Cult hospital In tile city.   � Miss Mcintosh of tlin Standard MnIT Is III.  *  Mr. Tlmma.i Owen was a visitor in Foremost at tho beginning nt the i week. I ... j Mis* M N. Saunders ha* moved � from iiOl fith Avciino to l-lo 'MA Aviv J .South. ! * �  MIc;; Mary I'astull lt:fl on this af-�iiiiionV Irain for Hi-liiionl. Manttolia S!i" is arionipanyiiiK tin' rrriiain^ uf )i'-r Hlsti'r, tin- lull' .Mrs. Hcimcm*)'. LEMON JUICE I WHITENS SKIN ! 4 Cirls! IfmnlH Suto a tuiltlo I'onlalniuK thr'-c ounci's of Orchard \Vlilti\ lihako wi-tl. anil you, liavi' a i|iiMiii>r pint of tin- lirst liloacli-liiK and skin whitening lotion, and loiiipli'xlon bcuuilfler ut very, vnry tumll rost. Your Kroi'i'/ has tho Irmoim niid any vlniK rtinro or lulloi roiinti-r will niipply tl:itM' ounii'H ot Orchard Whlio for a In* ceniH. Miihmuro this swoutly fruK-rant, lot foil into Ihu face, nock, ariiix unil liands i'lurh day and hco how tan, ri'diiw-m.s, sullownosH, sunburn and wlnrt-tiurn dJBnppnar mid how clonr, soft and rnny-wlilta tho �kln bocomes. Yos! It is harmless.-Ail vert lsument. 1   j CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * I Tin' ri'KUlur monthly raretlnn of the j Mattn'-iix rinl) will not bo br-lit tomor j row afternoon. The exneiltlvo hopi> to i jnakp arraiiKetni'iits to havn tlin nil-iiln.'s-i on "Komi; and Its Art" by Mr. .1 Ii. MlKlnbtittiain, Riven at aoinn fti-! 1 lire dato  �  Tin- N'oveniher mertiiiK of Maple Leaf rhapter No. 7. (). K. S.. ha* iieon postpnncd on nicotint of tin; t'piileniir. It ii KiviiD. . . . '� Tin- Tbi-itle SewltiK r.lri'le will meet wldi .Mr^. I.iiwrlo, 1720 utb Avenue A. ';> We.ljiesilny afternoon for Ked ... Tin- Art Nrodlnwot'it flub have .1 �-; 1 idi'il to alianilou their Kale on :u-, roiiiit of tlie prevailing cpldemii'. The -arlii'li'S ali'i'ady iiiiidu will be villi 1 pri i'.llelv . i * * * It'i an ill wind that blow* nobody I Koiid. The men of the - are all eon-j KriitiibitliiK ibetini'IviiH Ihul they won't I have to sliave an \nn\S 01 llli> flin.-ik i older Is In ofl'ei-t The lliKenloiH (Ull-.l ate aln-aily miiltiiif.* inallieniatli al cal- \ sultliii; ii'KaiilltiK now shttpei and j mask ami a pipe. Th� ladies urn t-on-' eiiltinK resardlnK new sbapeit and j iiov�'l addition* in the line of color j Iiikh and trimming. No doubt there will soon be as great a variety In, maiUs as in bonnets. H Is lo be hoped that the new fad will not lead to iiny ', inlKunderstanilliij;* by not ret'opcnii-! iiiK old uiiiuattitani-es. New |;.irin� ? > * � : WEDDINGS 4 > > * * * * * I M.u lNDOK-KKKOl'SON I A very pretty weddlnK took plyre 111 , UK :ird Avetllin South. LethbridRe, juti Krlday evening. Octobw U6II1. at 0 lo'rlork. when nnrsliiR sister Oertrmle I.Mi-Mlllaii Kersiison. eldest dauRbter of I 'j. II. KurKUsnn of Kenfrew, Ont.. be-' fame Ihn wife of Gunner T. Muclndoe. Into ot the. SSHb Ualtery. (I.K.A. In ihe ubsenco of tho brldo's father, sho was Riven away by tho groom's uncle. Mr. J. K. Uvle. The bride, looked very pretty In u gown of while crope meteor over sHtln, wearioK a veil with (orango bloiisoms and while, heather, and landvl a. bout;ut!i of vhitu .i.' Tin- i;roi>m I wan supported by 11. ('. Mii'-iii'lo" late] of tl'fl ^Htli I'.at.ti-y. Ki '. V.'. f lliirns 1 performed tln> '- vlw-a ; U rP'-''|ltl'in Will' 1: r-; 11 s:i tlni !. iiif 11: j the !:tiinni's niotin .-, Mi:., (i'ei/.c :>!,u Indo". I * t  CKIl-:i:-IIAKKN ! Married on SeptembiT L'.'>'!:. ll'IS. at ' AldeliurR-on-Sea. Suffolk, Kni: . al tlo-i AldeburR Parish church of S. K I'r'er and Paul, Joseph V. drier, sol; of Ii J. fitlor. of Mnr.lf.od, Alberta, to .Mi-"-. Florence Hakim of Aldebui t;-oii-S"a.   � VKIIOK-PATTMUSON The marriage of Capl J. U' Yeri;e to Miss M.irnnrrf Patterson was -nl cmnlzed at f'nlRnry on Saturday after ; noon la�t. f'apt. Verse wuh a former principal ,of tlie Hlulrniorr public ' tu'linol mid went overseas as a ri 1T-> � of $2,1.(10(1. This labor made a siinilai pun lia-i j lory timiils. 1 At Quebec ' 'ilielier. Oct ^"J Al 11.. iieal i-oTiiiiiitte,; of � ;'i'po.-ti'd n total of $!.!"� The -even til ll.> ion i i The pre.:, bureau a' (e-riean ; ltead'i:'-'!'-t'-r- le-i-ii dliso'.veil, aei-ot diur; 'n .111 official dispatch from rfwit/.i-rl.H.iJ Tl'.e 'lispa'cll -.>ty : -Ulllo of til" |le|- !iu iiewspap'-r-  I * � THE KAISERS BRIBES * '' �' Kil.llb'I.eii S r,; -- llj.i ;| .> (the Kaiser was [Hit forwarl ;n "1 ! liiiUHi!i,-s 111 Ans;ral:.1 .^.'veial other firms v i-k: promised - j u , ial iradinp, facllil ies ii' India. ,\ Iii. ii �.-�� in ne eiirif|iier"il le-' 1 i'-nna 1:-.. iic ii noted, hy tiie � in! o; ':i'".". \ -�. nd'u.iti' Mil- funned for iii" .�i-xiiliii-a'i'ni of ( ,iiia la. This �v,,,||,-,,(,, ; 1 oiiMsti ,| of tie- hi-aib- of twi-iv' ^ie,ii ' 1 irm- 'm -.vorl'.iiii; capn.J v.a-- fixe.I at i;^u.'t"�....... hal: of w Isi 1 i v.,..- 10 )>c folllui le. !l\e Cenil.lll I '.o , e| 11 llu'l i " tiade and nit."-..--  wis a p. (n-aii'd to llm-.o indi tanitii� w l", of I?.! course. In in: levied on the i iiiin.ii.ired nations, and the fortiiual ) Oernian maiHifaetnrereii. 'wile vontlrmed i.v tlie Ka'.-.i-r, wiiu on tlin'e (O'la-^ion- iiddres.-'"d l.irr,e private RRtherlti|;s of lniidne-'s men in Berlin. Munich, :iiul I'as.-.tii in i'.'l-J and lt'i::." Aim-orditiK to the Kai.i.-r final victory wat to le- hi hieved In lieeernber isl"', and the )ininii?es- made to the comiiier.'ial lueti of le'rmany were to In- then reili.'1-iiipd lim w-.iat hnpp"il-"d w;im very differen:. ottawa now Ottawa. Oct. CP S Arctic explorer who .  upltal today, spent t confer ere : : * > : > ; : uiuer.* uf Ciiiinl.i have now an opportunity of a-ceriiiitilnir wliethi r the prices they pay for tuoiWuff- art rrnsonable an.I l.iir or iio=s||ile in toriloni by .illejcd protlleen. All they Jiiive to do in e.u ti municipality in Canada Is to act. lln-ir inline ipal council in appoint a K.ilr I'liie Coin tllittee lo inve-itbtale tin: plliie. avle-d by |.'t:iller-i and lo draw i on. lu-;.i|i as to wlietli.-r thee pri..-. iir. tali and reasonable Th.-.-e I'.in I'rue Cottimlttees will tiii'n tmlili-h theit flndlriK- in the form A let- la lilt', way the cun-iiiiu'r't �iii m.ilie �.lire wiu'ther tiny nr.- pay mi; prices wlih b are iinrca-iiiiahle and unfair or not. It may be Hint price* whim the couiinliti'e consider-' to lie fair and reasonable will not lie any lower ilinu, the piei.'tit inii'i"-, . har'�i d by reMtl-its. in Mime ciiM-s they may lie lusher. Hut that need not bother the con Hiinier no lotiR ai I.v l said that Kulr Price Commlitee* will not solve the food problem present In most bouse-holds. It may be pertinent in Huggest lhal municipal Kair Price rummlttees first should be Ki\en a chance lo show (Hat they can find a solution before the principle of municipal Fair Price Committees is condemned nut of bund It is a Rood rule to support measures that seem to lend in Hie rluhl direction. A similar pniRrani lias been effected in tho Culled Stales. The virtue of this Order inl'ouncil. Rlvtne authority to municipalities' to appoint Kulr Price Commltteus to in-veslittate the prices consuiuWR have to pay, lies in the publicity that will be Riven to the tlinlinu-i. In tills way puL-bc opinion will h� informed and enlleliteued public opinion may Up trusted to co-operate in al) rational food efforts if it knows tho facta. Von can always Rive anything a thorough trial once. must apply for Ottawa. Oct. 29.-Confusion has an-' parenily risen in respect to the notice issued Ao the farmers exempted from; military servlco on'account of tholr, occupation and farmers who have' reported for military duty but are oii j harvest leave. On October '1, the mil- \ itary service brunch issued a notice RtuliilK that men exempted as farmers, whose exempt ions am expiring, should niake any applications for exirnsiuii lo tlio "proper registrar. This iiutine. it is eniphusiised hero, did not refer \ lo soldiers on farm furlough or bar : vost leuvo. It appliod only to men who havo never reported or heen ordered to report for duty. ABOLISH CENSORSHIP Uerne, Oct. 20.- Tho new Austrian government has abolished the eoutuir-ship, according to reports from VI-enttK-* .' '� .. ^O^K OF. AIR i London, Oct. 39,-'(i. Jens service).-Report , operatiqns of the Brit . Italy finder Lord Cn> . > tribute to th� brl(li,'  cessful work of thr Force. ,From March M. no fewer than 2*.' pianes v/crc brounh: nine hostile balloon with a lost to the Br  21 machines. oRcr itirli wir>. dr'.^rjbinn " forf.c& in na/ iiiip' .inrl tuc Royal Air !h to Sept.  nemy air-:.':\v'i .eld dcitroyert of only A "Bu&incr-s Proposition" \ |l.llll|lll|et llil ll'-'-li |l!|llll.-'hl'i| ill erica \�. ii i i -. i thtoA. ,i li^lit on Ine tlioti.e iiifillep !�; (,'eMC'H: I-C'e pie Willi! they elllliiirki'd With epillll .'�i.c-fii mi war I"?' v. orld-i oiiniie^r Alien it Thy:-on is one of too 'tec) )jja/;;i,i'e. .,- Ceriiiatiy. i.niti-in tue will Know-i V'ui'iiii Conipany or rataer did so and a' ;lie time of th" � iiit'oreak ot 'h. war pu--i"T-I on- Rt-en' eiii.-rpr: - i in> liidini! | i.dne ', Ironwork*. '.'liphuildltiK vntds. '  i. i nil' utih in i i in nr.. ha! in I lull. . ad. in I 1 al'.i .- Ifi -la iti It'dn:. and ' ,'| iiir , i ;-..n:i it,.'.I ii. ' ;, [ tei i.iiliii.- of 1 'h.. Kai.-"i an : !;>� . ,-aste to! achieve :in- friirt.fb r.,'>;nl*.-�'." -.ihl ,i- �: ' liecaii1-" I want in open h- uf lierni.itl " Me declare-  aiph.i'u ally that th" war p"li i|e >,tu milliel li'tl.u tltCjC'lo.e ,,n,| . .,.! lli.lli,;. Miltnhl.' lor *llk.1ilmi.c � ti. i:,. hi �'lde. at i ml .1... ' 2.50 �. i, LADIES' SILK HOSE ' j,: : r,i-o|,.| .i i,.iv Jiipa,. silk he  (, ar,. fttl .vMon.-( m >|> i)ii.iii'. ot j;o,.i| i.i-.mtvt r kIiihIi - .it | ,rl. . urdu .m it.d h! rai'.'f' "i .. \ il.i- ,.l I'-'ic.................... 'Hick Cull 1.85 LISLE HOSE !..,,'!......iored I.l-le Iln-i' ii, .'..  ll-ii. .ii.rtliiy lull fiii'liliui'il ami spU ndld timtlliv Vour > lull.  uf follow loir shade- Dark blown itrey, beii'.e. and Palm ll-ach A ',',' i! ltd lille uf hu e tin Hill Weill gft s,.it,ii wiui"..............OwC CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS i hCdtiei'. Wed i'umliltiations In natural .�ml. inmle with i In-." fitlliif; necks, diop --it \ i:" -I warm well ftttlni; jturiiicnt In lull rain..- it >i,'.'h from in is yenr>. n Of* MudeiMi.-!i |!ili ci|, uji jiiiiit...... CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Cliililri-n's fleece Ilmjil �lee|itns miitt.. a real necessity Klow Ihllt the tllrhlH ale cool, lii-ttcr ki-.p the Kiddle* warm and ciufort able Well Hindi* with clone flttliiji ti".!;-. in II sU.e* o to ,*, veins. At | f* A > to............... 1*UV LADIES' COTTON VESTS Jon oiil*. Isdi'-s' Ciittuti Vest", tor arly .all wear. This I* a line we cannot rispUi � today at niiyibliiK Ilk'' the present price ltetti-i lake advapiiiRe uf till-* offer. j qq Giiiceful lines and splendid service Very evident in (he New Fall Coats Of all the fall and winter coats that we have seen in a number of years these stylish new garments are quite the mc-3t attractive. Many show the lavish use of rich fins for trimmings. Collars and sometimes the cuffs too, are of lovely furs such as Hudson Seal, Beaver, Chinchilla, Sable and etc. The belts too are both novel and artistic. $19, $25, $35, $45, $50, $60, $65, $75, $85 Voir get the height of style and .smartness in these models, real distinction in dress; you obtain also lasting value and dependable all wool quality in garments that are well tailored even to the smallest details. They not only fit well at first but they bold their stylish lines throughout the life of the garments. EXTRA SPECIALS CASHMERE HOSE I.iebt w.ittht Cashmere Hose lor eaily fall wear This is a line we picked up. A veiy pita iic- price. They coin" as . neap as vcoiHi::.M-\itl ta-hiimed Worth T.'.c to hoi'. Special tills week .......... 50c ROLLER TOWELS luu only. Heavy absorbent Holler Towels, made uf Turkish tuwelllnj; in splendid fjual-ity,' all ready lor use. They a,re cheaper than i ho (joods by ihe yard. Regular �>i|" tun- each .Special, each ........... /DC LADIES' BUNGALOW APRONS This is an extra good special in ladies' Bungalow ov Coverall Apron, made iu neat style with. Dutch neck and of good uuailty of fine percale. These are worth 1 fJlV easily �l.75...................... ItOv RYLANDS & CO. ;