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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESpAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 IHE LETMBRIDCIi DAILY IIERALD PAGE SEVEN  � � PERSONAL    Mr, J. H. Stewart'ot Albion Hidge, was a visitor in tlie city on Saturday. m  � Miss Ludle Horspool lefi. for Barr Hill yeaterdny, to take up lior dutl^ RS teacher for (he full term.  * * Rev. find Mr.i.. A. K. Snow have moved to 141S Gtii Ave. N. Their phono nuniher will remain rho same, 172C. ^ ft ! Mrs. P. M. Campbell and dauKhtor Jean left yesterday for Toronto and other eastern points.  *  Mr. and Mrs. A. F. S. Tatura have returned from a motor trip to Banff >nd points in British Columbia. They were accoiApauiad by Mii, and Mrs. W. M. Corbe.tt.:0f-Fort Saskatchewan. -Edmonton qfournal. Mrs, G. D. tJunawortli left Idst night to vl.sit with relatlyps in,IH.int)ls. Mrs. IJ. MeHis, who ha.i been visiting at Vancouver and othor coastal points, returijed to the city yesterday afternoon. � � * Mrs. K. 0. McKillop and family returned yesterday from visiting at the KOaBt, * � * Mrs. F. Colpman and daughters have returned from spending the aummer at Proctor, * *  Mr, W, S, Dunn, Calgary, Alta., Provincial repreaentativo of the Fleisch-mann Yeast Co., and secretary Alberta The best and cheapest tea in the world, bar none. Blue Ribbon Tea British all through. 16 Bread and-Cake Manufacturers' asSo' elation,-is in the city today on a bus}-nesB trip and is reglsterml at the Ijotlu bridge.  �jt � ^. . . , . . . � Miss Green of Foremost, was "a visitor in the city for the week-end. ' Inspector J. Morgan has resumed his work of visiting the country schools and will be away most of the time, except the woelc-ends. � * � Mr, J. Beatty left yesterday to visit at the coast. a �  Mrs. Newtbn P. McDonald left yesterday afternoon to join Iior husband in Vancouver where they will reside in future. * � B  � > CHURCHES AND SOCIETies ? * , : -:.�:. > * : : ? : The Girls' Auxiliary of the I.O.D,E, will meet at the club house tonight at 7.30. This is an important meeting as several matters of suecial interest will be brought up arid every member or intending member ought to be present. Mrs. McKinney, M.lj.A., will speak in Knox church on Thursday, September 19 on "The War of the Future." Please keep the date open. a * � The Major Jack Ross Chapter 1.0. D.E. will hold (heir regular monthly meeting in the K,P. hall on Friday afternoon at 3.45. Would the new members who are to sign the roll kindly attend. *  � The Ladies' Aid of the United church are holding their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred King, Coaldalo- Road, tomorrov; afternoon. Autos will leave the church at 2 o'clock. All members of the Aid are asked to he sure and come as important business will be discussed.    The Daughters and Maids of England will ho'd their regular monthly meeting, on Wednesday evening at 7.30.sharp in the S.O.E. hall. * * * The G.W.V.A. are holding a dance on Friday, September 13, at 9 o'clock NAVY COATS FOR CHILDREN NEW CHAMOISETTE GLOVES WHAT IT MEANS to YOU A stock that is complete ip every v/ay. A stock that enables you to buy at prices that in many cases are far below present day wholesale prices, because these goods were purchased many moiiths ago and cannot be purchased today only at advances of from 20 to 25%. Many lines we have carried in stock for over a year. Consider what this means to 3'ou and buy as early as possible and come to Rylands' where the bargains g row. extra WHITE FLANNELEmE Better buy a little of this Wiilte Flannelette' at this wholesale price. It is 25 inches wide "arid "eltcfenent quality. Do It ndw,'as' our stock can't last long. It Impossible to come Wednesday morning, phone your ord|r. Extra value. , 5 yards for ...... ... $1.00 extra FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 100 pair only of those celebrated Rylands' Blankets, Alade in good double bed size in tavtn color with brown or blue striped border. The wholesale price today Is $3.50 pair. We sell them at ?3.7G. Wednesday and Thursday only, $2.90 35c LADIES'HOSE Ladles'-GasHmere Finished Cotton' Hose. Made in full fashioned style. A splendid stocking for wear.'A little better weight than lisle. Worth today 45c. Special .:,____....... NEW PLAID SILKS Just received today by express a shipment of new plaid silks for dresses and skirts. These are by far the prettiest designs we have shown for some time. Limited quantities of each o i^A pattern. 36 Inches at, yard .............. 3.50 4.00 ; NEMO CORSETS -, Our new fall stock of Nemo Corsets is how in. A big advantage in your favor is tliese are how manufactured In Canada, thus making a big savlng^to you. No one that has ever worn a Nemo .will have anything else.'There's a difference-a difference In fit-wear and stylo that is not to be I'ounvi in any other corset. No matter.what you pay you'll like the Nemo Corset. RYLANDS & COMPANY .at .the club.';roome. Nood's orchestra Will be in. attendance. ���.� Major Jack Rosa chapter of ihi: I.O.D.ii.: Balfour. )!.('., Aug, 10. Dear Madam: ( \\;i\-t'. nxnch plea-8\ire on behalf of the I'aiioiit Auiu.so-ment Coniniltteo of (lii.s iriNtitiition to acknowledge receipt of chfttnie, value $100, wliich you bo kindly donated to this institution. 1 caiinoi, lell you how much we appreciate this generous gift as funds are excfciliiiKly low and It came at a vei-y oppniturn' time. .We al.so thank you tor yonr kindly thought in remembering us, Ik-hit; so far away from Lethbrldge and in aiiolhur province, i am, .Vladalni. Yours Hinci'i'clv. GEORGE K. SHAW, Commandant Represpniai ivo of na\- four Sanitarium, m m m > ? : : ? ? ? : ? �: : ? : : CIVIC. CLUB XMA3, GIFTS ? ? ? *r Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make, beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try it! Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautl-fier, at very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face ,neck, arms and hands isaoh day and see how freck les and blemisbes disappear and how clean, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. CL THIS GOT E Tells How to Take Soreness from a Corn and Lift It Right Out. Hospital records show that every time you cut a com you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, says a Cincinnati authority, who tells yoii that a quarter ounce of a drug called freezone can be obtained at little cost from the drug .store, but is sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard of soft corn or callus. You simply apply a few drops, of this on a tender, aching corn aud tho soreness is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire corn can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. This drlig is sticky but drie^ at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irritating the surroundinil tissue or nlcin.  ' If your .wife wears high heels she will be glad to know of this.-Adv. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" INVESTIGATE! No matter what rnay be told you, you cannot be Sure which is the best piano for YOU unless you personally investigate. The Mason & Risch Piano invites you to ascertain the positive facts about it in the homes of your neighbors, an(J in the leading Musical Institutions of the land. They will inform you that it is without dispute the most dependable, tuneful, beautiful, and all satisfying . . . piano. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S: LETHBRIDGE Get a McClary Rust Proof Gas Range Rust is the chief enemy of thfe gas range. McCIary's have banished rust by coating all exposed surfaces with haid baked, black enamel which is as easily washed as a porcelain cup. In addition, all McClary gas ranges may be equipped with white enameled tile or splash backs. This range is good alt the year round for the most exactihg,. kitchen work-rwired glass dobf with thermometer, warming oven, and warming shelf, Clean, cool, comfortable. "Satisfaction," a beautiful well illustrated booklet telling all about McClary's gasappliances will besentfrcefor the asking. LONDON TonONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG \^COUVKR ST. JOHN CALGARY HAMILTON EDMONTON SASKATOON  , , � �1 Enqiiire from Local Hardware Dealers Insurec Proper > Ventflation state faws now require proper ventilation for public buildings, the citizen, then cannot afford to neglect it in his home. An amply large water paii provid^'s an abundant'sujjply'of moisture to the heated air and fills the living rooms.jvith a dellaht ful and healthful atmosphere. * / Besides, air containing the proper amount of moisture keeps one warmer than dry air. A saving of ^ZVs per oent. in fuel may be affected I'h the total cost of heating if we can be kept comfortable at 65 degrees,'this Is because so large a proportion of fuel is used to raise the temperature from 60 to 70 degrees, , FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Coi 418 THIRTEEPJTH STREET NORTH PHQNE.1294 The LenhoxTorrid Zone Steel "^3 ;