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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1918 in*-,' LETHBBIDGE' DAtLl llKPimo PAGE NINE CAME MSTS 11 mil HUGE DEMONSTRATION Berrie, Oct. 28.-^Hungarian Socialists to the number of 100,000 lield a huge demonstration Sunday In the streets of Budapest. Count Karoiyi and his followers addressed the crowds on behalf of a democratic Hungary. There were no disturbances. * ? : : ? ? : > : : : , : ? ? > ? Afiro3S Uio sea Thero comos llirf call Of Franco to mo. i hear the muffled, tendpr sound Of llttlo ohildren, undorground; Benled, bereft of everything ^"he right to play, to loarn and aing. Dear little child Across the sea, I'll come to .ling And play with thee. I'rom over there I hear the, call l^rofti BYanceln prayer. I'hi v.':::tin faliinff lor tlioir mate, Kow V. itluw(\i by the Iluns of Hate; J)r!(ie.>. iiomeleBs, chlldlGBs, all alone Are. liio.jdInB o'l^r a pile of stone. Heroic srouls, I'll come to bharc Vuur bitter grief And blimi despair. Vrom over .sea Thero come.s .sad sound I''rom France to me. The painful peal of broken bells, Now sliattered by Satanic shells; The war-sick wind, Ihtit wails and whines ' ' ; through battered walls of sacred .shrines. O, House of Prayer. Where God's yet found. I'll help to heal Thy wicked wound. Beyond the Seine I hear the cry Of France in pain; The shrieks from sholl-hoie, trench and wire, Jten cnized by gas and liquid fire; Dumb agonies,from No Man's Land, how groans IJeneafh the snrgeon's hand. O, stricken land; [ Where evils reign. I Thy call to mo Is not ill vain. -Harry Wel)b Farrington iu New York Herald. � �  PERSONAL   � � � � O  Airs. Chas. Smith of Pincher Creek underwent a critical operation in the Gait hospital and is recovering favor- LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN S5irls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents Squiwi-.e the juice ojc two lemons Jnto a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a qu^s^tor pint of the best bleaching and skin whitening lotion, and complexion beautifier at very, very email cost. Your grocsy has the lemons and any Urug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a fe-*- cents. Massage this S'Weetly frag-ranti^ lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how tan, rednuss, sallowness, sunburn and wind-burn disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. ahly. Misses 3!;va and Francis Smith are staying ^Vlth their sister. .Mrs. M. Parfitt, 5th Avenue, during the illness of their mother. .    R. C. Farris is laid up with an attack of influenza. * , * * Mrs. Mitchell of Bow Island is in the city. � * � Mrs. R. J. Monds of Barons is ill in the Gait hospital in the city. * * * Miss Mcintosh of the Standard Bank staff is ill. �  * Mr. t'iiomas Owen was a visitor in Foremost at the beginning of the week. Miss M. N. Saunders has moved from 604 6t1i Avenue to 1210 Srd Ave. South. * �  Miss Mary Castell left on this aC-ternoon's train for Belmont, Manitoba. Slie is accompanying the remains of her sister, the late Mrs. Hennesey. � * *   CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * ^' � �� * ? 17;26 5th Avenue A, on- Wedjiesday -.afifernodn 'for � Red Cross sewing.''. ' ' The Art Needlework Club 'halve decided to abandon their sale on account of the prevailing epidemic. The i�articles already made will be sold privately. * *  It's an iU wind that blows nobody good. The men of the city are all congratulating themselves that they won't have to shave as long as the mask order is in effect. The ingenious ones are already making math'ematical cal-sulting regarding new shapes and mask and a pipe. Th^ ladje's are con-cultlng reg^rdibg -new' 'sliapes and novfel additions-in'-tli'e line 6t colorings and trimmings. No doubt there will soon be as great a variety in masks as in bonnets. It is to be hoped that the new fad will not lead to any misunderstanding's by not recognizing old acquaintances. New garments would be fatal at this stage.' � � * > ? ? : .> .J. > �: � WEDDINGS 4 .y ? : : : > > : ? > : : > ? : ENVIABLE RECORD : ? ; The Thistle Sewing circle madQ- a splendid record for thems.elyes^at the fair this gunimer. .Among the few members of which the-Club is composed they won seven.' prizes: two firsts, three seconds and two thirds. The money will be used for charitablil purposes. * . * * . > > : : > ? ? ? ? : ? v ? ? ? ? ? A CHANCE FOR ..... ? ? CANADIAN CONSUMERS ? ^ to have the matter dealt with once'and for all under the provisions of the recent Order-iu-Council, fathered by the Department of Labor, relative to the appointment of municipal Fair' Price Committees. In some qiiarters it is said that Fair Price Committees will not solve the food'problem present in most hoiide-; holds. It may be pertinent to 3ugg''est that municipal Pair Price Committees! first should he given a chance to shoiv ttiat they can find a solution before the principle of municipal Fair Price Committees Is condemned out of hand It is a good rule to support measures that seem to tend in the right; direction. A similar program has been; effected in the United States. The virtue of this Order-ln-CoimcU; giving authority to municipalities' to appoint Fair Price CommitteejB to investigate the prices consumSrs have to pay, lies in the publicity that will be given to the findings. In this way public opinion will be informed, .ind enligbtened public opinion may ' bfe trusted to co-operate in all iiatipnul food efforts if it knows the fac1.s. Y'On can always give a'nythipg a Ihdrougli,! trial once. Ottawii, Oct. 29.-,-Tom .M.r.rc, pjcsi-dent of the Dominion Tr.'iilfM imd Labor Council, announceil todav thai llio Canadian branch of tin' l^iiriJiiHters'I 'and joiners' o� America liavc ilocidcd i 10 purchase ^av bohds !ir('K. : : ? ? : : ^ Ottawa. Oct. 2!).-Sn ;,iii;i,.ion. the 1 Arctic explorer :who arrived in the capital today, spent, the morning in conference with G. J. Desi)arates. deputy minister of naval affairs, lo whom; lie will .rnakp a further rr>pori of his Work in th'e'fdr'n6rCh. The (iiiestion of the continuance of !'�!��� (.�;ts describing pepatlqns of'the Britisli forces in ltalyi;]under LordiCavan pay high tribl^ta.,*!c |Jrli�>',;;t}.pl(fiant and sue-. cesaful.;vvq|:k'vbf.: ;the Royal Air' Fo.fcje. 'iFrim March lOth to Sept. 14, no fewer than'29'', enemy airplanes m/ere brought down and nine liostile balloons destroyed with, a;Xo,s�?to the 'British of only ,, 24 mafhinea. .';> il MUST APPLY FOR LEAVE EXTENSION Ottawa, Oct. 29.-Contusion has apparently risen in respect to the notice issued -to the farmers exempted from .military service on' account of thoi^ occupation and farmers who liav^' rp-ported for military dutV but are'- Cm-. harvest leave. On October 2, the military sei'vice branch issued a notice stating that men exempted as farmer.s, whose exemptions are expiring, should make any applications for extension to the "proper registrar. This notioo, it is emphasized her^, did not refer to soldiers on farm furlough or harvest leave. It applied only to men who have never reported or been ordered to report for duty. ABOLISH CENSORSHIP .Berne, Oct. 29.~ThB new Austrian government has abolished the censorship, according to reports from Vi-, : THE KAISER'S BRIBES ? :. -------- , half of which was to bo found by the, German Governnicnt, "Every ti'adn and intei'.>';t wuh appealed lo, Uug(' indpinnitif'B wore, of course, to he levied on the conqu-^rod nations, and the fortunat.s German manufaclnrers were, by l.his moans, praclkally lo be rfiljeved of taxation for years after the war." The promises were not vague, nor I were tliey made witnour nuthorily, i They were made by llie Imperial i Chancellor, BethmBun-Hollwcg, not only to individuals, but at gatherings ot business men. "These promist?8, ' says ttcrr Thyssen, "were confirmed by the Ka'.ser, ! wiio on three joccaslons addres.'.-i.'d I large private gatherings of business Allien in Berlin, Munich, and Ca.s.sel in i 11112 and 191:!." ! Aecording to the Kaiser final vlc-' tory was achieved in December j 1915. and the pi'omisps made to the commercial men of Germany were to he then redeemed. But wiiat happened was very different. Many tei^ cost more than they are worth* a .fe?-- are .fair valiMS but B'LUE^'RiEHON vTEA Im worfli more than It costs. piiity of Warin Wearables in Our Splendid Stock OUR PRICES EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT REAL ECONOMY IS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY BUT THE VALUE YOU RECEIVE. WE HAVE THE RIGHT PRICES AND THE RIGHT VALUES. GHltDREN^S^SLkEPEi&^ P FANCY POPLIN Xpvelty printed silk poplins in saxe blue, gold', grey and rose in novelty design that makes -attractH^coat and suit linings or suitable for feilk%imonas. 3(1 inches o r/> %idfe,"h't yai'd|-|?"'-   �............. L,o\} LADIES' SILK HOSE We have just received a new shipment of .silk hose. These are full fashioned in a special quality of good wearing silk. The are pearl, cordovan and black. Full range of .sizes. Splcial value, at pair ,.......................... 1.85 LISLE HOSE Ladi'es' colored Lisle Hose in excellent quality, full fashioned and splendid quality. Your choice ot following shades: Dark brown, grey, beige, and Palm Beach, A splendid line of hose for full wear, CA^ Special value....... ............. OUC CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Children's AVool Combination^ in natural wool, made with close fitting /necks, drop seat. A good warm well fitting garment in full range of sizes from 2 to 12 years. *} *)C Moderately priced, up from........ iimttXi Children's;,fjfeece "llhietl ;sleepiug- suits, a real necessity, Sow,that the nights are cool: ' Better keep'the. kiddies warm" and,, comfort;',| Uble. Well made with;close fitting necks, iti. Rll sizes 0 to 5 years.''At ' 1 CA 51.00 to ..;;v.'...'.'.;.:'... xwOw. LADIES^ CQTTON VESTS 200 only .ladies', .CPtton 'ifests'!.:'for, early-fall wear. This is a line we'cannot .replace today at anything like the present price.. Better talte advantage,of thfs - offer., 3 tor .......�.,;';.x. .,.-,.'..:-i.Uy; Graceful lines and splendid service. Very evident in tlie New Fall Of all the fall and wiftter coats that we have seen in a nutfiber of years, these stylish new garments are quite the mc-st attractive. Many show the lavish use of rich furs for trimmings. Collars and sometimes the cuffs too, are of lovely furs such as Hudson Seal, Beaver, Chinchilja, Sable and etc. The belts too are both novel and artistic. $19, $25, $35, $45, $50, $60, 5, $75, $85 Yoif 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 evjen to the smallest details. They not only fit well at first but they hold their stylish lines throughout th^ life of the garments. SPECIALS CASHMERE HOSE Li(-'ht weight Cashmere Hose for early fall wear. This is a line we picked up,, A very pleasing price. They come as chfeap as scof.ton.M^iil,l fa.shit^ned, Worth ,75c to Cn-Sue. Fpecial this week......'........ DUC ROLLER TOWELS 100 only, iloayy absorbent Roller Towels, made of Turkish towelling in splendid quality,' all ready for use. They ^re cheaper than the goods by the yard. Regular Htl-one each. Special, each .i......... � �/C LADIES' BUNGALOW APRONS This is an extra good special in ladies' Bungalow or Coverall Apron, made in,neat style with. Dutch neck and of good qifality of fine percale. These are worth, l -CA easily $1.75.....................i,*uU R YLANDS & GO. ;