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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ri'r  o � * PERSONAL  �  v > � � � � � ^ 4 � � *  �  � I'.pv. W. J; Jollna^oufi of Calpsvy ^vju; :i viHltoi' !n ,Uie city oiv SaturilUy. * * (\ number of tile boyd from tho Y, a'.('.A. wera moto;' yUHoi-h at Walor (iii'r l^nkes doi' (Ae week-end. - *� � u ^!^. iiiiU Mrs. B, W, Traoht, Mrs. J. Iiiodiu anil Mrs. li. H,. Armfltrong linvo roturned from 'ti Wolor Irtp to I'Hlcary and Jnnlsfflil, M � d .Mr, F, O. iMcKanna, barrister, of Bow Island, is In tho city today. 4 u Dr. and Mra, Lynn returned this rnonihig from tho Coast. Ml.s."? Annie Hurst has returned after hpaadlnB a M'eeU at Meilicino Hal. Mrs. Fred Kenny and family returned tbl8 niornlufj from a visit to the Coast. * e � MI.Ms Ko-tlo Arnislrone has returned from the east whoro she lina been in national service as a motor driver for tlio Royal Flying Corps in Toronto. .Mt.as Phyllis White roturned home yesterday after spending tho last two monllis In Calgary. , *   Miss Pedloy, who has been Bum- inerinK in Woodatork, has returned to the elty, �  �  i\fr�i. (Joodo, formerly of lietUbrldgc, has. Bono to apond a inonth at Miss Richardson'.s convalo�io�iit hOByital tor soldlorH on tho Htdeau Ijakefi.  > � Mr. auil Afni. O, W. Ilobtaaon and sou Jim have r�tumo(l from tpendtng a holiday at Proutor, B.C. �  *  Mr. and Mm, O. B. Bowman and family have arrived In the city after a holiday spent at Proctor, B.C.  � * Mrs. H. Do iM Matyr hM returned from �. tvro month*' visit at Stratford, Toronto and other poi;i'�.    iVli'. and Mrs. G. J. Kemm ftod son Hai'ah! v'ho hevr; bneu visiting at Har-, dlsty and Calgary have roturned to I tho oity,  � � Ml', LyJo Oumming is leaving tonight to visit in Brandon and Winnipeg t?pforo commenotog his stud lea at Manitoba T'ntvers.lty,  a 4 M!39 B. Ashton returned to tho olty on Snturflny after a month speut at tiio CoasI,    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Buchanan and family arrived in the city on Saturday to visit the former's parents, .Mr, and Mrs, \Vm. Buchanan. � � � Mr, and .Mrs, H. H. Xlnhols and family, al.so Mrs, Nichols' mother, Wanted Goods at Prices You'll Like You can prove for yourself that the values and styles that are being shown at Rylands are right. A visit to our store, where one of the finest and most complete assortments of fall merchandise is shown will convince you that the busy store is the place for values." It does seem a little like boasting when we tell you that never in this firm's history have we given such values in sheeting and pillow cotton, but it is a fact. Gome and see. 10-4 SHEETING This line of English sheeting is absolutely frf-e from dressing or filling. It is made in the ,wldeBt width, 2Mt yards and if you don't want yoiir sheets that wide use the width for Uie length and save money. Worth today %1.25. QC*. Wednesday and Thursday, yard ........................ UDC 9-4 SHEETING Excellent heavy quality of tine plain English sheeting. A sheeting that will give all kinds of hard w-ear. Free from dressing .............Wonderful vaiue at $1.15. qa Wednesday and Thursday only, yard ..................... �fUC 40.1NCH PILLOW COTTON. ijOp yards of best quality circular pillow cotton. Free from dressing. Good weight. II is worth our price at all the wholesale bouses today. You can wash it and the quality will be just the Hamo. Ryland's Special, Wednesday and Thursday M t\ only ................................................... 4UC * 40.INCH CIRCULAR PILLOW COTTON This circular pillow cotton is one of our best lines, ft runs the full width and quality and wearing value is the best. Wortli j (" in regular way 60c. Wednesday and Thursday,............ "xOC 7-4 SHEETING If you have need of a sheeting 1% yards ,wtde for a single bed (his Ih an opportunity you should take advantage of. Excellent quality, full width. Worth 75c yard today. CC - Wednesday and Thursday, yard............................ DOC WHITE BATH TOWELS 300 pair of white Turldsh bath towels in good absorbent quality and weight. Don't let your stock of towels run down. You'll pay more later, Size 40x19. Regular 75c value. /ja Wednesday and Thursday, pair .......................... OlfC LINEN TOWELLING 20 iuch half bleached linen crash towelling. We bought this many months ago. H seemed good buying then. Imagine what it's worth today, at least 30c. . OA-Wednesday and Thursday, yard......................... �wC CEYLON FLANNEL Heavy BngUsii Oeylon flannel for pyjamas, night robes, men's shirte, children's drosRoa and underwear. Will wash and not shrink yet has the warmth and we."�rlng qualltlM, 7C - Yard.................................................... loC SERGE SKIRT A style suitable tor. large figures. Made with full gaUiared , back, narrow girdle and pockets. Well flnl�hed and made 11� Aa of finest black serge. At.............................. lV�VV ENGLISH TWEED SKIRT Light colored Bngllah tweed skirt, made in neat, plain, good fitting style with slash pockets. Fastened with buttons and wide girdle; also trimmed with buttons. y Mrs. Adye, have returned from a month's visit to Banff. Miss McDonald; fornierly of St. Basil's school staff, has taken a position at Winsifred. �  � Mr. A. E. Di!iiiop"lia� returned from Victoria, where ,h(j spent several weeks. t � . * Miss E. A, M. Alexander, who has been spending the summer at Brocket!, Alberta, returned to tlie city ye.s-terday to resume her duties on the High school staff. * * � MlBH Trenholme, who has been vi.s-itlng at C^oatlcoDkc, Quebec, for the summer, baa returned to the city. * 4,  Mr. and .Mrs. K. Hagell. abso Miss Hageil and Master Bertie Hagoll have returned fi'bm holidaying at Blko, B.C. ft � a Th(5 friends of Mrs. Alexander Knox will regret to hear that .sho U ill in Gait hospital. 9*0 Mrs. W. U, Scott and family have returned from vi.siting at tho Coast. � � * . Mr. and Mrs. S. .Tack.son and two daughter.^ left this afternoon for Vancouver wiiere they will make titeir lion)e for the present. * 4. � Mr, A, Huntingdon, who has been visiting in the city with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith has gone to Stavely to take t!i6 principalship of the school there.  * * ' Mr. and Mr.s. Charle.s E. Morris and .�small son of Calgary were week end visitors in the city. * *  -Mr. and Airs. I'Yaiik Waddington. Master Geoffrey and Miss Kileen Waddington have returned from spending the summer at Victoria. They will reside -ui 304 12th St. S. � * * Airs. R. Naysmitb .spent the week end with the .Misses Kelly at Brock ett. Alberta. * *  .Misse.'; .lepson and Currie j'eturn ed to the city yesterday after a boll day spent in the east. � * * � * �' SOCIAL EVENTS � �  Tho Camp Fire Girls of Wesley church had a delightful outing yesterday afternoon in the river bottom. Cars conveyed them to tlieir destination where they had games, baseball and races of all sorts. At the end of the afternoon everyone partook of a delicious lunch and returned with recollections of a most enjoyable afternoon. *     ? CHURCHES'AND SOCIETIES : * > .;. .^ 4> > A special business meeting of tho Central W.C.T.U. will be held this evening at eight o'clock at tho home of tlie president, 620 14th St. S. *   Airs. Stevens' section of the Rebe-kahs will meet with Mrs. H. C. Ura-ham, 615 .tlii Street South, on Wednesday evening at eight o.'cloek. * �  Mrs. Katie Plialen, ;)11 8th Ave. S., is iiolding a tea tomorrow afternoon and evening for the St. Patrick's Ladies Aid at her home. � *  Tlie Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs, Goldie, ;>;J8 12th St. C Norlli, on vvednesday afternoon tor Red Cross sewing. � * � The Girls' Auxiliary of St. Mary's church win reopen oa. Thursday evening at eight o'clock. A large attendance is requested.  � � The paroohial association of St. ALwy's church will re-commonce for the year on Wednesday evening at 8:30. *  * The IJidies Aid of Knox church will liold a picuio on Thursday afternoon at tho ICxporlmental I'.Tnn, - A ronilal Invitation Is exiended to ali tlio, ladles of the congregation ujkI csijecliilly to Kirangors. C'ara will li^;ui; i.ho churcli at ;i:4ri. Should llu^ Hf.','ilhi,r prove unfavorable the social will be held in lb(! church. All tlin.,,i, \vlii> can use their cars for tiie lri|i will ) Revolving Seat Bed made. It is .strongly huilt of iln.' best maier-ialB. The concealed steel parts are all guaranteed unbreakable and will lust a lifetime, whU'! the automatic lock is a feature lo l)e found only on Thorobed.s'. Kvery Thorobn.d is equipped with a large, nicely finished dust iiroof \Vanlro))c. built in the liack and used for .storing bedding, pillows and clothe.s; al.so a full size .'.'i lb. layer felt mattress, thus ensiu'ing a perfect resting place. There arc no ridges or crosa-bar.s lo In-lerfere with t\)c sleeping surface and the upliolsl-(^ring is altogether separate from the bed. FrauK^ i.s built of selected '.i-sawed oak, fini8he,500,000,000 of the taxes will come from excess aud war profits aud individual and corporation incomes..................... authorities in Moscow, according to the Helsiugfors,correspondent ot the Namburg Fremeudcnbiatt, who reports that i'l addition to the removal of thousands of persons from Moscow lo Petrograd, the following proclamation has been issued by M. Peters, chief of the extraordinary commission in the, Russian capital: "The criminal adventures ot our enemies force us lo reply with measures of terror. Every person found with a \Yeapon in his hand will be immediately executed. Bvery person who agitates against the Soviet government will be arrested and taken into a concentration camp and all his private property seized." BOLSHEVIKI mi mc siEPs London. Sept. 3.--The attempted assassination of Nikola Lenine, the Bol-shevjki premier, lias been followed by drastic measures on tho part ot the .mmm CZECHS AS ALLIES Open Ail Day on Wednesday RYLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE EE ES TelU How to Loosen a Tender Corn So It Lifts Out Without Pain You reckless men and women who aj'e pestered with corns and have at least once a week invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now told by a Cincinnati authority to use a drug called freozone, which the moment a tow drops are appllofl to any corn, the soreness is relieved and soon the entire com, root and all lifts out with the fing'ers. It Is a sticky substance which dries tho nioment it is applied and is said to simply shrivel the corn without inflaming or even irritating the suiTounding tissue or akin. Jt is claimed that a quarter of an ounce will cost very little at any of the drug stores, but 1b aufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or. soft corn or callus. Vju'are further warned that cutting at a corn is a suicidal habit. -Arivertiseauent, AVashington, Sept. 3.-The United States has recognizod tiie Czecho-Slo-vak peoples a.s ;i co-belligerent nation iu the war again.it Germany and Au.s-tro-Hungary. Prof. T. G. Aiasaryk, president of the Czecho-Slovuli national council and commander-in-chief of the Czeclio-Slo-vak armies fighting in Russia. Franco and Ualy, met Secretary Lansing at j the state departmeut at noon today and was formally notified of President Wilson's action. Clean to handle.' Sold by all Drug. �ists, Orocera and General Store*- enemy surprised, is shown by larqe number prisoners Paris, Sept 3.-The French military commentators are enthusiastic today over the breach in the HIndenburg line made by the British between Drocourt and Que-ant. "Astonishing as it may seom," says Henri Bidout in the Journal Des De Bats, "the enemy was.once more taken by surprise.' Only by ' accepting this as a fact can one account for the great number of prisoners, which indicates the Importance of the forces enQijged and tho lack ot prolonfied resistance which should have been the consequence of the presence of Jkhls important mas^'of> troops. Doubtless the Gerrt'lBn staff held the hope that the BrfUsh. after several days' hard fightlni'ivoOld be obllj-ed to resfv' D rawing and Painting Miss E.F. Kirk Trained and Certificated under South Kensington, and under Royal Dra.wing Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Classes at Y. M. O. A. for oil and water color painting, also for drawing. Tuesdays, 4 to 5.30, $3 month Tuesdays, 7.30 to 9,30, $4 montli Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to, 12, $5 per month. Wednesdays, 4 to 5.30, $3 month TERM OPENS SEPTEIVIBEn 3 Pupils may join at any time.. Address: 'Victoria Mansions, Lethbrldge Many teas cost more them they are worth }xalfe.w^tp!Mi are lair value; but' BLJJE*�IBBON TEA is watOi II 4 - it coete* "FROM FACTORY TO HOIVIE" Mason and Risch Quality- Service-Price You may need only a violin string, a harmonica or a sheet of music, or you may need a guitar, a Victrola, or a Piano, but no matter what you need, Mason & Risch- Canada's Greatest Musical lustrumisiit Organization-is your logical place to buy. There you can best combine quality, service and low prices. \ A visit to'our store will post you on every musical detail. Remember that true economy is NOT THE SAVING of money, but the JUDICIOUS SPENDING of IL Surely tliero is no way you can make your dollars buy more lasting comfort than by investing now in a good luuslcal instrument and from a firm whose policy as.sures you full value for every cent invested. MASON & RISCH lllMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOGE 8484 42 31 11 ;