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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta monday, september 9, 1918 the lethbridge DAILY herald page sevi=:n Special Values in Sta^^ Wash Goods for all Day Tuesday and Wednesday Forenoon Hiick Towels, heavy weight, 18x35, each .... 45c Huck ToweU, damask ends, 22x42, each.....50c .Huck Towels, very fine, size 24x38, each .. . $1.00 Glass Tittwflling, 18 in. wide, special........25c Glass^Towelling, blue and red check. . 28c and 30c Class Towelling, very heavy, 23 in..........40c Glass Towielling, pure linen, 23 in............ 50c Plain Huck Towelling, 20 in. . .. 45c 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 in., speciail .. 30c Fmest 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..................35c Diaper Cotton, 27 in., special . .. 45c Apron Gingham, 40 in., special . . 35c 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 Chmtz, 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, SOcto.................$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 PHONE 1224 Striped Crepe, 30 in., special Vilta Flannel, pretty stripes . . Pyjama Flannel, 30 in. wide . . Roman Satins, all colors, best grade................. . 45c . 75c $1.25 65c CLARKE & GO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge - Alberta ^bis Meek in t^be Cit\! (Tburcbes Knox-Tuesday evening S.OO, Regular monthly meeting of the Board ot Managers. 8.00, Regular monthly lueetlng ot the Women's ' Missionary Society will be hold in the .school room. Friday evening, choir practice. Wesley-Monday 7.30, the Camptire Clrls will meet in separate cainps under their guardian. Tuesday 7.30, Boy's Scont meeting. Wednesday 4.00, Mrs. Setter,and her teachers are giving a treat to the inipils of the primary department. All scholars are urged to be at the school room at 4.00. 8 p.m.. General prayer service. Thursday 8 p.m., Chpir practice. United-Jonlght at 8 a meeting ot the session in the parsonage. Wednesday afternoon Ladles' Aid wiU meet at residence ot Mrs. Fred King, Coaldale Road. AutoB will leave the hall at J! o'clock. Wednesday evening prayer service at 8 in the church parlor. Thursday evening at 8. Sen or choir practice in the hall. Junior cliolr practice will be held on Friday in the church. St. Mary's-Wednesday 7.BO, Boy Scouts. 8.00, Parochial Association. Thursday 7.35, G. A. Friday 8.00, Intercession service. 8.30, Choir practice. Christian-The C. E. and business social will be held at the home ot the pastor on Tuesday eveufng. Prayer meeting in church oji Wednesday night at 8. Thursday at 8, Choir practice in the church. Christian Science-^Wed. 8 p.m., Regular weekly testimony meeting. St. Patrick's-Monday, Children of , Mary meet for Red C'."oss work. Wednesday, Sewing meeting at rectory. Thursday, Ladies' Aid meet for Red Cross sewing. DISCUSS APPLICANTS RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS Quebec, Que.. Sept. 9.-The second annual convention of the Dominion Railway Clerks' federation was held In this city on Friday and was attended by delegates from all over the Dominion. W. F. Griffiths, of St. .Tohn, N.B., was elected i)resident for the coming year; B. C. Bell, of Calgary, first vice-president; A. Mothot, ot Montreal, second vice-president; E. A. Cain, Toronto, third vice-president; C. B. Hyvas, Winnipeg, secretary; and M. S. McLellan, Moose Jaw, treasurer. President Marnoch of the board ot trade went to Taber this afternoon where he will address a meeting of the boai-d of trade there on board of trade work. The Taber board is being reorganized. On his return Tuesday, iMr. JIarnoch will meet the council ot the board ot trade here at 4:30 in the afternoon, when it is likely the written applications of those applying tor the secretaryshiii ot the board will be discussed. ? : ? ? * > > : : ? ? * � THANKSGIVING DAY i ON OCTOBER 14. Ottawa, Sept. 6.-Thanksgiving Bay this year has been-fixed by the government for Monday, Oct. 14. In selecting Monday tlie government has confirmed to the recent practice adopted sin recent years. Formei'ly Thanksgiving Day usually fell on a Thursday in late October or November. HOME-GROWN FOR PICKLING Terrill is picking one ton of Green Tomatoes-today arid they will be on sale tomorrow. AT Kerr'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.  l entertained on Saturday afternoon at a delightful tea given tor some of the out-of-town guests in the city. * �  � > : 0  .  : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? .;. .> ^ ^ .> � � 4 > > Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.e'. will hold their usual lag day on Saturday, Sept. 21. � *  I The superintendent. Mrs. Fetter, and teachers, Mis.s Nicve, Miss Baslt-firville ,>ind Mrs. Hughes of the Wesley Primary department, will entertain their classes on W'odnesda.v. Cars will be at the Wesley hall at 4 o'clock which will take them tor a ride after which refreshments will be served. All children of that department niid parents are cordially invited. ' s � * The executive of (he Next-of-Kin will .^meet at the home pt Mrs. Craig, 1256 4th Ave., North, on Tuesday evening at 7.30. - ' . � ,  The Girls' Auxiliary ot the I.O.D.E. will moot at the club house Tuesday night at 7.80. Tbi.'5 is nn important meeting as several matters ot special interest will be brought up and every member or Intending member ought to be present. Wesley church Camp Pire Girls are holding their first meeting ot the season tonight at 7.:iu. The different camps will meet aw follows;^ Mrs. Barnsloy's and Mrs. Cragg's camp will meet in the iaiHes' pallor ot the church. ' MIsB' Pearsroh'S' camp will meet In (he Protheon class room. Mrs. Dixon's camp will meet in the parsonage. A full attendance is requested. �7 * � � � TRAVELLERS' AID Below Ik tho report of tbo Travellers' Aid for mpnUj^.o^ Mm^'- Trains met people. ajSsisted were K-t, of whom, _38 wero . young girls. Positions wei^ found tor five women. An old lady wlio was going to vi.sit her d.-iugliler In .Montana was tiirntid back at tliu line. Tbo An\eri-can otficBr HKked the Travellers' A\i\ to take JiBi- In charge as hi; tlioughl she had very litfle money a,nd was kd \ rrightenoil that slie could i-emeniboi-nothi:ig. Travellers' Aid lolegraplied to tb(! old ladies' son to meet her, \ then put iier on the care of a woman wjio waa going the, same way. Her son met her in Calgary. A young girl came. In on the morning train and seeing the Traveller.s' .Vif! BSkod lior to beJi) her nn,7,SS,G00 tor the same period last year. War expenditures for tho five months have totalled $1)3.863,4,',", as compareTl with $.'51,4'-;7,l(i2 last year., For the month of August alone, Canada spent $19,571,723 on the war. The net debt now stands at $1,196.-239.34(i, as compared with $864,143,590 on August 31, 1917. SHE WAS ONLUWENTY Yet Suffered with Functional Disorder and Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Spring Valley,Ill. - "For many montha I suffered from periodic pains-I doctored wi th our family physician but received no relief- then I explained my trouble to another doctor and he advised me to take Lydia ErPinkham's Vegexable Compound. Soon after taking it I began to notice a change for tlie better, and after taking aix bottles r am m perfect health, and I cannot thank you enough i for the relief it has given me."-Miss I Kate Lawrence, Box 725, Spring | Valley, 111. I School girls and girls who are employed at home or in some occnpation should not. continue to sufifer tortures at ouch times, but profit by. tlie experi-enca of MisM Lawrence and tjiousands of others who have tried tbia famous root and herb remedy, Lydla E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, and found relief from such suffering. If complications exist write tJie Lydia E. Pink-ham Medicine Co.j Lynn, Mess. The result of their 40 jrears experience in advising girls oh this subject is at youc sernce. .Vothing short of sheer amazement characterizes the reception by President Marnoch, an(( other officials of the board of trade, of the attitude of apparent indifference of the l>omlnlon railway commission to the demands for an investigation of tJie railway aervlce in and out of Lethbridge. It has been the common belief that the railway rommlasion was us much a board of apxieal for the public aa' anytiiing else when it came to railway i'ervlce. and the fact that the board has not seen fit to grant a hearing on the repeated appeals from the entire south country ou the reduction of railway s