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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAVi SBP115MBER 5, 1918 THK t-ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD /AGE ELEVEN  � � PERSONAL    Miss Jackson, wlio spent the summer in Bantt, Is bntk in tlio city. * *  Mr. and MrR. Chits. W. Smith of Cal-gnry, are vlsltois in the city. * * � Mr. and Mrs. W. ]'\ Hill have re-turned from a three months' motor (frip through the western states, .f  * l\lrs. �. Galbraith and family were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. F. ilutch-ing.s at Cannangay last week. mem I Miss Davidson, i)rovlneial health nurse, who has been in the oity for a few days in connection with the t";oal-dale school, left last night tor points further north. *  *  Mrs. G. H. Bretton was a vi.sitov in Nelson yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A,i Wright have as thoir guoBt the former's mother, Mrs. A. M, Wright of Medicine Hat. -mm* Mrs. .T. Niblock ia visiting with her sister, iVIr.s. C. F. .P. Conybenre, at Rlverview.' * �  Mr. 0. II, Pawnes, who has been vlsllitig Conrad, Montana, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Taylor. * *  Mr, A. E. Humphries loft this afternoon to join his wife and family in Vancouver tor a couple of weeks. * * * UvK. B. Whitney of Bow Island, her son and daughter, and her sister, Mrs. Tolan. of Montreal, were motor visitors in the city yesterday. * * u postposio a pleas-. u&'d easily acquired 13 city at the beginning oC the week. * # Ml-. .W. McKinty l.s viKiling in Nelson this wtiek. � � m m � Mrs. .J. Stover and dan.ijliter. Miss Ida Stover, who have been the giiestH of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Van Blarcom. returned to their home in Calgary at the beginning of th� week. * � *  > : :� : � : � : The L.G.B.A. will hold their meeting in the Moose Hall tonight at 7,3(i. All member,'! are requested to bo present, important busine.ss. � �  The Boy Scouts of We.sley 'church are urged to meet at thoir room on Friday evening at 7.30 and will go to the Y.M.C.A. for a short time for exercises. Mr. Cooper will be in charge. TliG names of the contestants for the gold medal competition whicii takes place tomorrow night are: Alberta Washbrook, Mavis Hill, Rtliol AVush-brook, Janet Mcllvena, Greta Wilson, Marjorie Smith, Muriel Podger. a � * Owing to Saturday beins the .7e\v-ish New Year, their stores in the city will be closed on that day. They will also be closed on Monday. September 16, on account of that day being Black Fast day. / t �  There were shipped from the Leth-bridge Red Cross to Calgary, Sept. i. the following articles: 54 dayshirts, (! dressing gowns, 66 suits pyjamas, ]>; pneumonia jackets, 48 pillow slips, 66 ward shoes. 65 trencii caps, 108 binders, 54 bath towels, 1G8 wash cloths, 18 sheets, 42 amputation slings, 72 manytailed bandages, 24 T bandage.s, 36i,khakl slings, 96 personal property bags. 24 oparating gowns. 372 handkerchiefs, 132 pairs socks. S4 heart bandages. 18 nurses''aprons, 132 towels, 24 surgical stockings. Total 3727 articles. Mrs. McKillop, Mrs. Stewart. �-  * The St. Mary's Parochial association opened its winter session last evening and took the form of a whist drive and social evening. These meetings are held every week during the winter and they proved very popular last year. The winners of the whist drive last-night were, ladies' 1st, Mrs. W. Haw- kins; consolation, Mr.s, T. Arnold; gents, Mr. Kenny; ((iiiKoiation, Mr. Uari'ison. During iiuihii.crval a short business meeting^,was li If : : : : : ; �:.;. ;..;. pairs; Mrs. Hannah, 2 pairs: Airs. Holberton, 6 pairs; Mrs. Horspool, 2 pairs; Mrs. Hage. 1 pair; Mrs. 'Hamilton,-2 pairs; Hardieville, 6 pairs; Mrs. W. D., King, 2 pairs'? 1 pair doitatod); ICnappeu, 2 pairs; Mrs. Laycock, 2 pairs; Mrs. J. A. Laycock, 2 pairs; Mrs. Murdock, 1 pair; Mrs, Mi;ICen2iie. I pair; Mrs. Downey, 2 pairs; Magrath. 3Vi pairs; Mrs. Malloii, 2 pairs; Mrs. McUonnoll, 2 pairs; Mr.s. Miller, 4 pairs (Sterling); Mrs. I. McClure. 1 pair; .Milk River, fi pair.h (13 amp. sox): .Miss :\rcLcay. 2 pairs; Mrs. C, 'Maclvay, 1 iilleriiig; Mrs. Mitchell. 2 pairit; New Dayton, 1 pair; Nomiscam, 1 pair; Mrs. Patterson, 2 pairs; Mrs. F'rosser. 2 pairs; Mrs. Peniiefntlier, 7 ijairs; Itebckah Lodge, 2 pairs; Mrs. A. P. Rose, 3 pairs; .Mrs. Sandbach. i)'pairs; Mrs. Scoti. 1 pair; Spring Coulee. 3 Itairs; Mrs. R. Scott. 2 pairs; .Mrs. J. Taylor. 2 pairs; Mrs. Tompkins, I pair; i\(rs. Watson. 2 pair.s; Mrs. Walker. 3 pairs; Warner, 54 ))airs; Watts, Lilly-view, 30 pairs; Miss Young, 1 itair; Sir A. Gait Chapter, 24 pairs donalcil. Would ladies please wasli atid press socks,before sending them in. .Mr.�. ('. i\lacKay, 803 :ird Ave. South,  * * ? AUGUST GALT ? HOSPITAL REPORT ? >: ? : : ? : : ? ; : ? : : : ? ? > N'nmber of patients in hospital hegiiining of month ........ 16 Admittances during the month 100 -146 .N'tttnber of patients disciiarged during niontit .............. 100 Deaths during month ......... 4 .Vnmber of patients in bosi)ital at end of month .......... 42 --Hi; Lowest number during month 37 Highest number diirina' month 48 Daily average during month.. 44.ti3 Niimher of hospital days for private patients ........... 317 Number of hospital days for ward patients (paying) .... Sfi2 Number of hospital days for ward patients (free) ....... 186 Total number of days during the month .................1365 Ntimber of operations under general anaesthesia ........ 4!) Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia..... 11 Number of patients treated in outdoor department ........ 7 Number of dressings and treatments in outdoor uepartment 35 The liospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, the following donations received during the month: l^lowers-A. Harron. Magazines-A. Higinbotham and A. Marron. (Sgd.) E. A. McClarly. Lady Superintendent. Two Inindred Smiths, riding in vehicles typical of the five generations represented, recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of W'illiam Smith in Albion. 111. Ho led the procession in a poncer wagon with solid wooden wheels. After the' centenarian came the second generation riding in jolt wagons. Then came the third generation in smart surreys and buggies, followed hy the fourth in automobiles. The rear was brought up by youngsters in baby carriages. C. : > > : .j. .3. .;. .;. .} : ? FOOO BOARD FLASHES ? : FOR FEIVtlNINE FOLK ? ? � : : : ? ? : ? : ? ? AVilh the beginning of the Fail tchool i term the teacher should plan to In'^ elude a simple study or food ((uestioii.s In her daily schedule. The children might be asked to make food posters ; and small stamps. Prizes niiglit he ot- | fered for the best essays on food con-; servatlon and production. 11 should | be pointed out tliat by keeping rabbits. : chicks, pigs or goats. Canadian girls and boys can held to feed their little !)rotliers and sislers in Europe. .\1. V'iclnr Borel. f-'rench .Minister of Food, called upon llie children of Paris I some time ago to make designs foj-pojiers. The resiiK.s surprised -everyone and now the posters and stamps are being proudly exhibited all over l''iaiicc. as evidence of the patriotism and naive artistic skill of the Parisian school children. G. T. DENIES IT Spealdn.i? to the Canadian Press representative', lion. f". F. Delage. president of tlie local branch ot the patri-ot4c fund, slated that the allowance paid to families shortly would lie substantially niised. .Montreal, Sept. 5.-Reports that thB sliareholders and directors of ' tho Grand Trunk Railway, in the recent negotiations carried on with the, Canadian government in London, instlst-ed that, I lie only basis upon wliieh lliey ivoiild sell iJieir property*tp the 'Dominion government was for cash, are declared here oii the highest nu-ihorily to be absolutely untrue. It is said that there was no suggestion made by either of a cash settlement in [laynieni of taking over the' sy.i- ' tern. 'I'ho only lerins discussed wern I hose regarding a fixed annuity to ba liaid to the owners of the property. While burning gniibs in the trees with gasoline torches, a spark from a torch fell into a can of gap.pllne, causing it to explode and setting, firn to Frederick, the foiirteen-year-old son of Mr. Charles Wegrich, ot Sug' arloaf. He was Intrned so hadly that lie died at the Wellanrt Hospital. His Master's Voice Records If )'ou haven't tried our service yet, DO IT NOW! There is a pleasant surprise in store for you. Our new repro(Jucing room is just finished and we can give you every facility for choosing records under the very best conditions. By the way is your Victor library one that contains the SEXTETTE FROM LUCIA? No, well then here's your opportunity. Our slock contains a number that we consider the very finest recording of this wonderful concerted piece ever made. It Is sung by GALLI-CURCl, EGENER, CARUSO, DE LUCA, JOURNET AND BDDA. Who woultt be without if." A soug to stir every heart is "LITTLE MOTHER OF MINE," simg by MctJormack. Every one will respond to it, especially under the charm of JOHN McCORMACK'S voice. COME (N AND LOOK US OVER. WE HAVE A SELECTION THAT WILL SUIT EVERY MUSICAL TASTE. WILLIS PIANOS HULL BLOCK H. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER RIGHT GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES ALWAYS MAKE GOOD BUSINESS OUR PRICES TELL A STORY OF VALUES OF VITAL INTEREST TO THE MOST EXACTING BUYER. OUR'S IS A BIG, COMPLETE STOCK BOUGHT SO THAT YOU CAN SAVE MONEY AND RECEIVE TODAY THE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EARLY BUYING WHEN PRICES WERE MORE NORMAL THAN THEY ARE TODAY. TO KEEP PRICES AT THEIR LOWEST LEVEL IS OUR CONSTANT AIM FOR IN THIS WAY WE KNOW TH AT YOU WILL SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION IN NO UNCERTAIN WAY AS YOU HAVE DONE IN THE PAST. THE STORE WHERE BARGAINS GROW LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE This sounds like giving them away when prices are so high, but this la a plum we will share with you. Ladles' full fashioned cashmere hose, manufacturers' seconds, sizes 8^4 to 10. Week End Special, ' pair .................... 50c CRASH TOWELUNG 200 yards ot pure crash towelling with colored border. Right now is tha time to secure your towelling-. We cannot duplicate this value when sold out. Regular aocsWeek End Special .................... 2ac HUCK TOWELS Extra heavy buck towels. A_ towel made for hard wear, hemmed' ends. You can't beat the value when you consider it is almost all linen, size 40x21 inches. Regular 85c value. Week End Special, ijiair ..'.................. 65c SILK WAISTS About 3 dozen natural colored pon-eee silk waists, made In neat plain style with large collar neatly hemstitched. Trimmed with large pearl buttons. All s.zes. Regular $3.50. Week Kud Special, each ................... 2.50 ROLLER TOWELS A good heavy roller towel in white or linen color with colored strfpe. Good absorbelit quality and a towel that will give wear and is easy to launder. Regular 90c value. Week End Special, each ......., 75c CORSET SPECIAL 100 pair of ladles' corsets, made by a well known maker of high class corsets from best quality of materia! in good fitting style, A line that sell rcg-iilarly at $1.75 to ?2.00 pair. | U|\ Week Kud Special, pair...... l*dv BOYS'WOOL SWEATERS A pure wool coat sweater, made with close fitting neck in colors ot brown, fawn blue and maroon. A splendid fitting style. At..........................;............................... 4.50 BOYS' SWEATERS / A good lino ot union r.weaters tor boys for school wear. Made in coat Btyl'3, close fitting at nock in grey only. The price is only........................................... 1.00 TWEED COAT English tweed coat in heather mix-^ tures. A coat for service and wear. Made � with large collar trimmed with black plush and large novelty patch pockets, button trimmed. Very special, at ....................... 28.50 CLOTH COAT liiiiif' A good cloth coat in dark grey shade. Made with large collar which fits close up to face, novelty pockets and trimmed with black plush. You can't � OA n.n beat k for .................. tiU.WV BLACK PLUSH COAT Rich hlack plush coat. Made in full siyle with large wide girdle, aud large collar, trimmed with crushed plnsh and lined full length .with good sat- An jjA in. Very special ............ ^1 .Ov CLOTH COATS This is a line we are very proud ot not only are the colors good, such as brown, mustard and grey, but tho style is very good. Made with new siuo panels and panel hack. Trimmed with * r f\f\ buttons, at .................. TcD.Uv TWEED COATS Made of good quality English tweeds, halt lined and good style and well made in every way. Belted back and collar and cuffs of crushed plush. Only .................... FUR TRIMMED COAT _ A'very pretty and comfortable fall and winter coat, trimmed with Jap squii-rel. i\Iade with large collar.r The-material is English xelour in a good shade of grey. Wide belt which foi'ms high waist line cfi'ect. Slnsli pockets. yQ qq 32.50 No Matter What the Cost We do What we Say LOUNGING ROBES Ladies' lounging robes, made of cosy fancy figured cotton blanket cloth, made in full style, with large collar edged with satin in contrasting shades. Silk cord girdle. jq ENGLISH TWEED SKIRT Light colored English tweed skirt, made in neat, plain style with slash pockets, fastened .with buttons, wide girdle, also trimmed with 7 buttons. At................. I.I 3 TWEED SKIRT A good fall skirt, made of heavy English tweed. The style is plain l^ut neat. A wide girdle, trimincd with buttons and patch pockets. At...................... 6.50 DUCHESS SATIN DRESS Pretty style in a rich high finished Duchess satin with overskirt effect. Neatly embroidered in new. de.sign. Collar ot white satin, long sash girdle finished with tassel. At .'.................. 35.00 SILK DRESS A neW fall style, made in bolero style, shirred at the waist line,,long sash girdle, a style suitable tor street ivear and reasonably priced. 2^ 00 SATIN DRESS A green satin dress, made in full style with wide girdle, and new side panels embroidered with braid in pretty design. Collar ot white satin. Moderately priced, At .................... 30.00 MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE BUSY CORNER STORE GIRLS'SWEATER COAT Made with close fitting neck in colors ot rose, saxe blue or white. Pure wool and good fitting style and well made in every_ way,. Sizes o PA iO-24, At..,.,...........,. .;U�>',V.'............... ^^^^ GIRLS'SWEATER COATS This Is a very attractive style ot sweater coat for girls' wear. Made with large collar trimmed with coutrastlng stripe, belted back and / pockets and cap to match. Set, complete....................... VtiO NEW UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN RYLANDS & CO. MOST ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILK & CLOTH SKIRTS ;