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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SKPTKMWW 0, 101-S "I'HK LKTHBRIDCiK DAILY [[KHALI) PAGE SKVP.N r 111 scial Values in Staple and Wash Goods for all Day Tuesday and Wednesday Forenoon it iV-*"> Plain Huck Towelling, 20 in. . Fancy Huck Towelling, 22 in. ... 65c Fancy Huck Towelling, pure linen. Turkish Towellings, special 20c, 50c, 60c and.................75c Pillow Cotton, 42. 44 and 46 in., at 60c, 65c and...........70c Heavy Long Cloth, 36 inches. At 30c, 35c and..........40c Embroidery Cotton, 42 in., special 45c Fine Nainsook, lovely quality, 40 inches, at ............... 45c Victoria Lawn, 38 ir.., special . . 30c Finest Madapolam, pure finish. . . 40c Dimity Muslins, fine checks and stripes ...... ............ 45c Best Print and Gingham, wash colors .................. 30c Pyjama Flannel, pretty stripe ... 45c Heavy Flannelette, light and dark, stripes, 35c to............45c White Flannelette, 30 in. good weight................ Diaper Cotton, 27 in., special . Apron Gingham, 40 in., special Huck Towel*, heavy weight, 18x35, each .... 45c Huck Towels, damask ends, 22x42, each . . ... 50c Huck Towels, very fine, size 24x38, each . . . $1.00 Glass Towelling, 18 in. wide, special........25c Glass Towelling, blue and red check. . 28c and 30c Glass Towelling, very heavy, 23 in..........40c Glass Towelling, pure linen, 23 in........ . 50c . . . 45c Canton Flannel, 28 in., unbleached ..................... 25c Canton Flannel, 27 in., pure white 35c Splendid Galateas, all old prices, 35c to.................. 50c Kimona Velour, 27 in., various colors...................50c Quilting Chintz, 36 in., splendid patterns.................40c Cream Viyella, 32 in., special. . $1.75 Baby Flannel, very fine, 28 in. . 85c Baby Flannel, fine, pure wool . . $1.50 White Voile, plain and stripes, 50c-90c White Gabardine, special values, 50c to.................$1.25 White Pique, special values, 50c and.................90c White Marquisette, very fine, 75c to ................ $1.00 Cross Bar Muslins, 27 in., 40c and 45c Striped Crepe, 30 in., special . . . 45c Vilta Flannel, pretty stripes .... 75c Pyjama Flannel, 30 in. wide . . $1.25 Roman Satins, all colors, best grade...................65c PHONE -.'.'omen. An 'i'iI Lilly wlm whs zi, In vi-i; h'W daur.Ller in,i w;i-"ihhmI l>:n-!i hi 1 iiii Tim Amc-i im n oh'icor ,-i':l:oiJ 11 j � - TiMi �!I�T-' A i'l ! take in';' in chirr  � In- tlmm-ii> llli ; v'. �in-.i t: i|.ii �iii'! J o * o o O PER80NAL i ' V. 1 , !,., visiliiiK Mrs. A. W. ' I i 111'' � ' . �: 1 ;. t �, short lime hist �'i"-;. Mr. ssi-il Mr.-'. N'i- .. , I i-111i� � -. who liiivi' in'i'il visi .::�:� -, "e if: ;'SV liny -i. I'l'l lll'li' ii ' .. i..:::. llilli-,-i'si this munii . 11". mill Mrs. W : Hi.' ii :i ii-; \ i'iI in Hie illy ..-i, i�.ii-i>*.:iii and ;iri: rc.sirtitii; ss� i'.f. i it'- .S; .'!. 4 > * Mi.i- Cili-, W i 11 ist: i .'i'.i.'.-m in \V.,-tniin�t�-r si-li, �  ,iI-.m . .:nih i.:.v� tu, from vniir :-.  '.. Miss l!or,.tli> - l'>:ii:ii �'.>p;t r *-n ( fiuiilIcrt'iicc Id .MjiIU'i til Tr;iin Service nlily iliKi-nspctl. Silier- tluMi. hoivi'vr,-, ii Ii-oln:n|y nolliiiiK lisis bci'ii lionm, i-illicr by Hn> ('.['.I!, or anybody clsr., �iivi' Unit Hi" i'l1 It. h:iH bcnii iinrmll-ii'd to ii'.siinii' Hi>' i i i-weekl) .sorvico on liji' i'i;ii:is liin- ' I :im sii ;i loss innv In know wb.'lf furii.i-r th" lioiinl of 'r:idi-> inn do in Ii"- rii.-i I' it. 'iiiiil I'l i'-ii|i'iil. MailiOi'li I 111/ lllollllllK. T 1200 AMERICANS HAW REGISTERED OGAL CONSULAT Viirhitik' "licir' nf 1 ;uiinet"ri/"-- tii" r l"iil Miiriiiii'h, iiii'i ii" bo.vii ol i -;i.|i'. iipiiriii-ii' :ml tu r- ;i' Mayor Not Strong For It-Com> niisHioncrs to AUvnd Convention I't'.liW .. I"!' Ii: iIHH h' .-;>. -a ,ii. ii v l� il ir- i '�:�:!.ly. n.'t urniro: lot' niiiK. u :: tu ll.ilt'r-�; ii'.'iii is "." : i' ii.-- t � i i  i -;..!.'. Inn . "! 11; � :'I It! n.riv : , m:il ... Aiiierii',111-- '� ; t in iii .'I i-.-lii'Ilf i Jition by I'l-esl j ller offi, -: ii 1 -- . if j 1 lie Ml mle of \ 'in " oT the I him! n Ion : . i>�n i" i'i" ib-.-n.imls i "' � i! � i i m tlie i.'u',.'..!-. ; 1 nfonnrvi (UHritsrUin ai' to whether 'f ':' 1 h1':Tii: I1; lb" ChiiulniKiua should lie tax��d a iiiiwiii lief 'It.'' i.'ie 1 )t,'�R!>� � .i; l ': 'ii" pniilii- sh I mooting th'.� mornlnic. Mayor M.-irdio '�:>: � wii--t! '�' '.uiie t,, in, i". ii v j \v�i of (lie opinion Ilia; wi�-i� the 1'i'ti'i" ,-tid Mi" �! te i.osird i Ci'iautanou.i tasci It wonlrt n-milt in has n ,: r,' i , ii,!!;: , !i'-;i|'inK ' o:se of two thlllRK. "Khfir the Chilli- mi tin :''iii:'" 1 iijipis'ls fi-oin 'ii" en ': .\iuiun would not r.oma a! nil. or !t. tire  ,. i;|i imi i.'. on 'In- : "ilm" inn | i.oilld the price of tielietr. In of i.ith'...-. - �  i \ i i  I" triweekly 'rains. whUii i-vent tin) iipoiilc In the i-lty HIS lilllseil .1 leelillj; llllle slloli of t.-11' 111 H }\ e S .VOlllli be ]>UV ill K tile ,' A \. i im-te: r.i'.i ton m Somheni .vlliertti. i 'ommifHioiieri* Knittnau find Me.-mb The bosiid of iiiide >vired ',;i-l week -Hill bo the delp|fi\tpf> to the Albert ii io i 'ii ur in.hi lo,".to,i i'-'hin^ ;n ei'ieit mini i, iii,:iit les itotivpnt ion in Medicine for - oinet i, iiiL '! fiti:l" on lie- ;iro- Hat on Oi-'ober !' mid In. ijnestions ini-eil In; e-i i.;.i: :on \ii t::" ; s|n � 11-e uf tr.xatlon will likely be dlHninHeil His bi-oiii' t ' in ;i: d a i- -i "ire this with 'he new minister of irons .-'if Henry Iirsiytoii. lief, lion A. will come before tho week. ,i'.:l iin i th" Aii.ert.i represem : public niUHIes honrd on Snpt. 24th, t.n A" of 'i,'- hii'iil. wh'-n the nut I cr | iiml Cburcbes DISCUSS APPLICANTS FOR SECRETARYSHIP Mr ;ind briil..". '.'.ho h:i\ Itiinii'. ioe nil' :'; M ;i ri iiotoin-h .i ller.ud. Knox-Tuesday numihly incelini'. of tii .Miiniit;er.s. Mm, It, ';nlar lneititii; of tii Society w loom , Thiirsdiiy ovoniiH'; nt S_ Senior choir | i piiioiico ii! the hall. .Innior dioli prn. K .1. /..i Hoard of monthly Christian Science-Wed. 8 p.m.. lif- ter r�ivo;-.-iiM Krndiliiles for is the first i unlur wofiklv testimony meoUtiK. \\ omens Missionary st. Patrick's-Monday. Cbildimn or he held 111 the school Mu|.v niu(1, f()p (.,.()(ls W()rk AVo,,. I'rfdiiy evenini;. choir practice nosihiy, SewiiiK ni(*cllii|s; at rectory. Wesley-Monday 7.iin. (lie Campfiro Thiirsday, I.adios' Aid niPCt for lied riirlti iv j 11 meet In .mpnnite camps un- Crops HL'.vinB. der lln'ir f/nardiiin. Tnnsday T.liO,1 --'---- Hoy's Scout mcclinw Wcdiiesday 4nn, RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS Mrs. Seller ami In r tomher.s arc civ- -�--- iiiK a trciil to the pupils of the prim- Quebec, Que.. Sept. 0. - The second jiry department. All scholars arc annual convention of I ho Dominion HfKOil to bo at (he school room at !.mi. Hnilvny Clerks' federation was held X p.mCcimrnl prayer service. Tlnirs- 1� ihls city on Friday and was attend-dav X "p ni.. Choir practice. ''>' delngoles from sill over the Do- minion. W. K. tlriffiths. of St. .lohn. cil of th"- hoard of trade hero at t.-;;il i elected to th in tin- iifteriioon, when il is likely the , written applications of those apply-iiiK for I in' .secret arysiiip of (he hoard will ho discussed. P 1 lo}-. of l.'-'i :.. en ho!i'!..J iiij.- . ' �' of Mi - !:. Ili.i. men:: , C jl Clarke of l",it"' ml v i-i! o: � ni t lie V-ii" hoim- today . �. of Tonono, 1m-Si'lKlle oi .M. Ma -- :epresen' I he Ail-year perioii. Thi.--voman his In't, : ion. ' i - not "'iinvenieiil lor i m-e -o i to th" l.-'i'.ihri'li.-e olfir" a riu'i*- , ,n i ar.i ean be ob'siim-d ny writ -: ;>� l.etl,ii, ;,!.;.. Calcary or K.I-  on i on-ul.r-  EASE TWELVE ND HALF ML LI ni;; m Harry K l.illm: i: forim rlv of l-elh bridge, who w.m unniKled in ;i:lioi) some time ii;m. i- now cleric of works to No. 1 Are.i t^n.i: leriiiK Committee. Scottish Comni.uni. at Kdlnburifh. NT.r... was elected president for the United-TonlKht at S a mentiiiK of tho session in the pi.rsonaKO Wcdtic.s- ,.,,,, vcar; r.' ReW. of CnlRary. day aflernotm l.adi.'S Aid will meet at first vice-president; A. Methot. or residence ,i Mrs. i'red Kiiik. Coaldalo Montreal, second vice-president; K. A. Uoail. Autos will leave the hnll nt " ca|n. Toronto, third vice-president; V. o clock. Wednesday evenim; prayer' K. Hyvas, WitiulpeK, secrotary; audi s-.ervlce nl S In the church parlor. M. S. McLcllan, Mooso Jaw, troasnrer. THANK9GIVING DAY ON OCTOBER 14. Ottawa. Sepl. !--Thanks-Kivlni; Hay this year has been fixed by the government for Monday. Del. 1 I. In selecting Monday lint Kovernment h:is confirmed to I he recent, practice iidoptetl in recent years, formerly ThiiiiksKlvint; Hay usually fell on a Thiirtdny in late October or November. Lieut Much lioiimin is now a bomb ins instructor at " a ford Camp. Knr land. 1 millions of the twelve and a half millions of increase. Despite the en-'.orceinri'.l of the prohibition nn'.'i.  ures excise coll.mli.ins have increased * * "  ov,-r $!.Uitti.'.'tm and government rail- * s.' way lei'i'ipi -, are heavy. * v , Tim total !"'i SOCIAL EVENTS # months' period \, s11 s.:..,'i.o.'ii, as i'ompared w'oii $ln."i.Ts", �am"- period !a-t vi-nr. War "'Ximnilitui'i's fo 'inn for tii" HOME-GROWN GREEN TOMATOES FOR PICKLING Terrill is picking one ton of Green Tomatoes today aiid they will be on sale tomorrow. TUESDAY AT err's Grocery This is your one chance to get them fresh picked off the vines. They are perfectly green, solid and smooth and much superior to the imported ones. KERR'S IS THE ONLY PLACE YOU CAN BUY THEM. Mrr.. J. W. M.-Ni, .il entertained on,,,.",",' , ...l",0. . f'V'" ., . , , ii,.-, 'mouths liave dialled ?i...>'i.l.t..... as Siiliin iiv iiflernoon at a i cut,htlnl loii /, ....., , .. ., . ... | couipaivlt wiin I.,. I '.2 last voar. Kl�v, for ,.,,,.; ,, the on-ml-town . ,., , , ,,. . alone. Ca,,. l-uesis m the city.( ^ jml;i hli(>M| ,,.,,�; ,, ,,, w.u. Tim in i debi now stands nt .,::'..; m. .-m eompareil with $m;1.14:!,;.1mi  * : on Ammsi ill. l'.HT. ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES----.......t.......... ; > ! -: : �: : : : : : ?� > ' tslr Alexande.' Cap Chapter l.(i.J>K, 1 'will hold lh"ir r. a.:! Iin; day on Sal ' urdny, Sept. " 1. ! * &  i The superintendent. Mr-. Ketter,' :ili"l teacher-.. Mi . Sieve. Miss Ha ;k- "ivil'm ami M. � llu.thi'S of the We.-l, y Primary deniir! mi-ni. will entertain! their classis oti Wediiesdav. Cars' ' will he al the Wesley hall nt -J o'clock ; which will lake for ;i ride alter 1 ' which refreshments will be served. \ . All children of that department, and 1 i pareutt; ale cord.all;, invited. 1 * K * The executive of the Scxt-ol'-Kin 'will mod at th"1 homo of Mrs, Crnli:. \ 12"iti llli Ave., .North, on Tuesday evening al 7."m. i * * * ! ! The dills' Auxiliary of Ibe I.O.D.K. , �will meet ii; lac liui' Tuesday j liiKbt. nt 7."u. Thi� i.-i an important; mci'tlim us several mailers of .special i interest will be broimht up and every' ! member or liiioudinn ineiuljor ourIii ; lo ha present. u �  Wesley church (iinin fire CI iris arc -holding their first niecliiir. of the sea-t ; son tmiii;ht at 7.:in. The cliffermit camjM will meet a : follows: Mrs. l.iarnsb'V'K and Mrs. "TaM'. s i.nnp will ' meel In th'' lioHcs' ]iiirlo; of the  cliiii'ch. Mi mi I'ear.-iiiii's camp will, i meet in the rroiheon clasa room Mrs. i Dixon'!', camp will meet in tho pnr.son- UKO. A full utleiiiliince is rei|iieslml. i " * * ' | TRAVELLERS' AID Hiilow ii; (ho iitpori of the Travel-; lerrt' Aid for mynUv o{ AiiKUst: 1 Trains met {'ir,, peoplo assisted ' weto K\. of wliimi JX wero ymiiiK ' girls. Positions wort found for five I WAS ONLY TWENTY Yet Suffered with Functional Disorder and Was Cured by Lydia �. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Spring Valley,III. -"F'ormany months I siili'crcU from periodic pains- 1 doc-_ tored with our fam-|{| il.v physician but re oeivecl no relief - then I explained my trouble to unother doctor and he advised me to tal;n Lydia E. Pinkliam'u V e go tnbl e ('om-pound. Soon after taking it I hepim to notice a change, for tho better, mid after taking six bottles I tim in perfect health, and I cannot intuit: you onoiirjh for the relief it ha.9 (jiven mo."-Misa Kvri", Lawhknck, IJox 7�>, Spring Valley, 111. School girls and tfirls who arn employed ut homo or in oomo occupation should not. continue to .sutler tortures at ouch time.i, but profit by. the c-xperi-enco of Miss Lawrence and thousands! oC others who have tried t&i* famumi nwt 8t)d herb remedy, Lydia E. I'ink-liam'o VoRetabhi Compound, and found relief from such Buffering;, If conipli-catioiw exist writu thu I.ytliu K. Pink-ham Medicinu Co., Lynn, M�s�. The re�ult of their 40 yearn expurienco in advising girls on thia tiubjoct id ut you� service. RROW-iS .....r �> I .'.'en'.lino in !H" revenue.-* of ll:e 11.1111111:1.ii ini' ih" first five month'- of ill" i iinvnt ii'sia! ii',11 einl'd A imuit '.1. i- -:;own by the thiamin! slate-men! th  month of AncnM. i-:U'l by ii,-- i|epai; I'n'iit uf I'inanie in.lay. 'i".e i-i. :v:i � i- i-neoiirac'.n? because 1 of the i:o' iiml 1 11 -11' 111 s co'.leei ions have i'i'::"u oif by apprnxiiimtely 1 A jump in miscellaneous receipt!!, | inelniliiu': a li'imbi'f of war taxes from $'I.v::.:i:;7 lui the April-.Uiuusl period, j I'-'ls, 10 .;.s77,n7'.'. for the same per-' ; iod this year, makes up for the loss in otisioms revenue and pro! ides three iitasmt $c Siarit pianos "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" COMPARISON When wo say, "Comparison" we mean comparison o{ the Mason & Risch with Pianos in (General. As a matter of fact the hotter quality ol Mason fx Risch Pianos runs all the wa\ from choosing the raw materials, drafting the designs, ability of the mechanics, to the placing of the last screw in the insignificant hinges of the lid. s Jompanson of the Mason o; Risch insures Conviction as to its merits. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETH�RIOO� 'Prison Life in Germany' WILL BE DESCRIBED IN A DRAMATIC LECTURE BY Hon. Dr. BELAND Former Postmaster General, who spent four years In a Herman Prison ns 11 P0IHlc.1l Pr. II. S. nehuul, M.I\ Prisoner-of-\Vnr. AT WESLEY AUDITORIUM, LETHBRIDGE FRIDAY, Sept 13 AT 8.30 P.M. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIOGE ROTARY CLUB Entire Net Proceeds for. Charitable and Patriotic Purpose! Admission ......................... $1.00 Tickets now on siilo at Kcd Cross Drug Co.. 1 lij;iiiliotliani Drug Co., Armslrons Ji linworili, itiul from any uiemlmr of ttie Hotttry ('lull. y Miiil orders with remiuance should lie sent lo A.