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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELEVEN �to rafe iJ[jrHi3BrOGE DAILY llEhAxi:? THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1918 i    PERSONAL � Kev. E, X Hodglns returned today i Irom attending the General Conference o| the Methodist church In Hamilton. � � 'Wor 4^ > �   � > � The teachers' convention which wa� to have been -held on November 7 uT\d 8, has been postponed. * �   Bid you have two lish meals today? *   �?? ? > > > * ? FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? v> .> .> .> .> .> Dig your potatoes early and store them properly. The Boy Scouts and Soldiers of the Soil are busy in potato fields and war KAtdfens all over the country. � ,* As soon as the potatoes are out of the ground set to work digging, for this means bigger crops next year. Tha war gardens will assuredly be' called upon to work overtime during the coming year to surpass the record they made for themselves in 1918. "Pall digging" and "preparedness" are synonymous terms. MAYANNOUNCE CANADIANS MUS KEEP THE EAITH Ottawa, Oct. 31.-On Parliament Hill at 1.30 p.m. today. Sir Robert Borden hoisted the Dominion honor flag ot the Victory Loan. Accom panying Sir Robert w^re the other member.'! of the cabinet with workers in the Victory Loan campaign, and gathered round was a large crowd. "The duty and privilege of raising this honor flag are very welcome," said Sir Robert. "It is the proud emblem Qf the faith which we have kept and which we will keep with our countrymen beyond the seas. The honor which we entrusted to them they have kapf unstained through peril, hardship an^ Bacriflcg, such as we can but faintly realize, Now must we uphold our honor in keeping faith with them and in Tindicating their faith IttW. "Let it not be recordeij that any home !in Canada has iailefl- to win the honor carft which' indicates a pur� chase of Victory bonds; for Victory bonds wlU help victory." London, Oct. 31.-Tho scope ot the deliberations of the allied representatives has not been announced and although, U is stated from a .reliable source, some oITicial declaration ot armistice terms possibly may bo made' before tho end of the present week, nothing deflnlio is known about theiii. Some commentators believed that the "deliberations will be 'protracted beyond the' time originally intended. Unofficial reports and Bpeculations on the'armistice terms continue - to occupy a prominent place In the newspapers. Suggestions forwarded by the British delegates, the Dally Mall say.s In an editorial, probably will bo adopted j with some modifications by tlie real, of the allies.. The proposals were put forward, it adds, with the doflnlto Idea of preventing Germany from resuming hostilltie."? whim once an armistice is granted and also of securing adequate guarantees for (he signing of a peace treaty based on I'resl-dent Wilson's 14 points. You Cannot Afford to Miss This The Most Advantageous Purchase of New No information has reached Wash-1 Ington today through eUhe.r ofiicial or diplomatic channels to indicate that the American and allied military representatives In France had completed their work of framing terms upon which Germany might be granted an armistice. It was assumed that the report ot the arrival ot Marshal Foch's terms ^t Berlin Tuesday, referred to in a Copenhagen dispatch qr.oting the Berlin Vosslche Zeitung was based on press dispatches of Tuesday from London purporting to outline what would be deihanded of Gennany. FEARED VESSEL . HAS FOUNDERED No Signs Whatever of the Navy Patrol' Steamer, Galiano Victoria, Oct.. 31.~Th6 .following ofBclal statement'-concerniug the Galiano was given out by the naval authorities here at noon today: "Whalers hiive searched on each aitle of and ten miles to the ^uth-ward of Cape St. James and have returned having seen no;signs. "The Galfano left Tria'hglfe' at 4.45 p.m. on October 2.1, having 92 miles SPfeCIAL NOTICE �" This store is aj)iip-jliug !(i tlie woman wlio ffpLi it her duty to spend n moderate pVice tor her siiii. dri'ss iiv coat. There linli.- advaiit-ago in having bciuitiful crua-tions if the prices are fxhur-bitant and,;lhcy will luu be bought, ^'e have. tiiRreforc, confined our efforts tu .oecni--ing exclusive gariiienr.s at such prices uk yuii want to pay, and you can comfi id the store knowing thai ample choice has been provided at such costs a.s are unobtainable plsewhere, c.wins to oiii' exceptional liiiying facilitie.s. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOV/ We Have Made This Fall This collection is undoubtedly the most advantageous purchase we have ever effected in smart dresses. / IJieh. stylish modeis. made of tal'teta. serge and satin rtiesselainc. Styles include, new collarless' iiiodel.s, various plaited effects, fringe, beading and embroidery. Choice is exceptional. Thepe are not saniiiles, luit ab.solutely new fresh goods. If you . W4int to save, from $12.00 to $20.00 on the dress you had inteiidfd purchasing, here Is a wonderful opportunity for these dresses cannoL be purchased whole-.';alp at the prices we quoJ.e. We have divided^ these dresses into two lot.$ as below: LOT No. 1 i:on.si^tins o' l.'i di'osses as above. Regular prices up to $32.50. ALL ^ ONE'-PRICE A ALL ONE PRICE LOT No, 2 21' dre.sses of the very- highest i-mss, workmanship and mode. Regular up to ?42.50. ALL ONE PRICE ALL ONE PRICE WJIiiJiil Bay (lompany to run to Cape St. .Janie.s. Ii is a.s-sumed that she proceeded at six knots ui) hour in order to make Cape St. James by daylighl. "By 3.20 a.m. oh tlie ;',OLh. the set toward W.N.W. by e>:perieii'jy of local navigators would.put ilie sliip in the vicinity of the outlying rocU.s off Cape'.;St. - James and. therefore, it is consfd(jr6d.,';Probable -ami she struck and toiirid.elr.ed..^n deep water. "The po3sibili\^-'Qf the vessel ioun-dering without striinug -Iti considered very remote.ifc^ttg'cbmiuattrtiiig offl'-cer ot the st^BK-^I^laspina. who is the most ooni^^Mr^udge of tiie be- havior ot these vessels. . ' _ "Whalers -and the tug Tatoosh have renewed yieir search today, the Ta-toa.'jh rnnning the suppo.sed course of the Caliano from .Capo St. .James, 30 miles sbhtlioast." Al! thp world's ;i stage-and all ihe wonien' insist ' 'oii� 'haying speaking parts. It sometimes happens that a disappointment In love saves the victim from a greaier disappointment in marriage.' . , ' � T CUSTOMS DECREASE Ottawa. Oct. 31.-Restricted fm-ports due in a-large-imeasure to the shortage of shipping has cau/ied an average decrease in the.'.customs rej ceipts of the 'Ddlninion of Canada of slightly over 11,000,0,00.a mojlli tor the iirst seven months for the current fiscal year ended Oct. 31. For lh,h seven months' period customs collections have totalled ?94,932.540, as compared with $102,371,29.5 during the same period last 3'ear,,a decrease of $7,440,755. For the month of October alone $12,919,661 was collected In customs revenues, as against $13,722,883 fop the same period in 1917, a decrease 'o| $803,232.  -:- - ' "� � A heavy weight of cotton hose for asrijr fall hrear. We bought them many months ago, and this 'week we will make a leader of them, full fashioned and all sizes. Worth easily 45c. Week End gkA Special, 3 for..........................i.., l.UW BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER Ladles' Brushed Wool Sweater in assorted shades, made in good fitting and attractive sty^e.GoUar. and sweater trimmed with white stripe, maldng � very pleasing effect. Cap to match/ * At........................... 15.00 BOYS' SWEATERS Its cool at night and ia the morning" so. g^ the boys a sweater coat, made in coat style with'close fitting neck in grey and s-izes 28, 30 and 'SZ. They're wonderful v^liie and the price is just as � - % AA won(^erful................................1 wW, MEN'S COMBINATIONS^ ; ^ 25 only, Men's natural wool comiinatlons In splendid wearing quality, medium weight, not all rities but good assortment in 38, 42.Thesa are worth $3.00 suit wholesale today. Week End . ' ' n AA Special, suit.............................. �J�wV. MEN'S UNDERWEAR 100 only> men's fina wool undershirts in fine ribbed weave. These we could not possibly buy today at this price. There Is only oi(e size. No. 40, but if you can wear this size you will never buy them C_ cheaper. AVeek 13nd Special ............... i �/C New / Waists Thoy are the new fall styles, authentic, \it-tractlve and appealing in sightly styles and values that are sure to appeal to you. You may �make your selection from the following materials, plain and fancy wash , silks, georgette crepe and crepe de chines iA full range of �shades. * Prices at $3.75 to $15.00 SWEATER COAT This style Is n|ade in plain shades from extra tine quality of pure wool,'novelty pointed collar. Trimmed on collar, pockets, etc., with various colors. A very pleasing style. 2Q GLOVES Our range of gloves are sure to meet your appr()val We have- SILK GLOVES CHAMOISETTE GLOVES WOOLEN GLOVES CAPE GLOVES PEhRIN'S KID GLOVES In black, tan, grey a/id white. $1.00 to $3.25 TAFFETA DRESS A plum shade of taffeta, made in new attractive style in high waist effect, with wide, girdle slashed and velvet ribbon run through which forms the girdle. Large collar of georgette crepe trimmed An AA with beads. Specially priced at.........., **w.Uv RYLANDS & CO. The Corner Store Neckwear Painty New Styles Collars are that redeeming bit of white that frames'the face. Even the clearest complexion is clearer for this light back ground, and there is a right style for each. Vesteea in crepe, organdie and net. Dainty collars in Georgette, crepe and or- ' gandle-ip. pink, ^yhIto'and maize, edged with �pretty-'tiiet lace. 75c to $4,50 5664 ;