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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, SKPTKMBKK 11. 11I1K iliK M-VI I Mjmi )(.!�'. DAiLY IIKHAiJ) 'nviled nuil arc. asked In nun., prcp-ir- ; SEB for It rid f'ros.'i Sfvim. The Thistle Hewittr 'I" will m with Alt4''. Wat-ion, i'i:;V !",!,., si. Nort! mi Thin day nftiTii'iu i i,! Crci- .'h'tt'liiK '1 ,.r-( : p . 1 � FARMERETTES Tltee .i.i' rhnuiKli with siiffriifce.uinK Tli�'v haw laid ailile th"lr liiitttinK; Tltcy ;in riiilv IMiini'i'i'llini; Where tiii. liiitt-rflt. r. are fliuini: Anil lh" uiunh. woolly ial'T|iilla f-.-.l--. Win :i tin- little meadow upjii rows chirp ilm'i' i\inrnlnv, oIiIIrhiua, Ii: tin \ >-,�' 1 :i 1 >f' mi I 111' Weeds * �> * PERSONAL  * �� Mr. ,T I Ionic uml Mint; .|e��ji. o vlsliliu: in Kdmonton I riniii j Mr. ,1 I Kultnii hat4 I UiviT. i'tui'tinil lu 11 i Kb { Mr. ,t.kI Mr- K It Thomas havi i moved to J1T. ldtll 9t South lorla sin! wan tlm .-.ui'l nf Mi and Mrs. .1. II. Hooter, who ;if mir tint., resided hero. Mr. Keuto; iv;i i inn t sin-cessful mi ;i fishing trip 'luri'ir; Imi4 Vl:)ll. there, Illilkllll,' M 111H'/' haul nf Iriiiit. th" Miii'illi's: wrli;liin;', 'Y\\ pounds Mis-- l.'ii-linl-mi I"'.'! .'.':.lei day fur Vinir. in,ii- N.'I:iiin. \\ii":'i. r>li>-is in i'hiii ^1 nf tlin li'i.'  � t Mr. ;iinl Mrs. .1. 111)1110. Minn .1 f� s�I Home .mil Mr ami Mr- A. (' Kami-iters wi!in motor ii'iiuM .11 1 'aIRi'.ry lur Hi" v.'ii'k i'liil. \ Tile Miijnr .liii-U It'. UK. '.-Ill I111I1I their : IIU'lstillK III llH! K.I' afterm-oii ;it i) 4fi. v- 1 111 l-ITI )l r. r.M will) ill'' ; ' � 1 l.-lni-Uy attend. j The tll*t of II si'll- ;i'.nlln showers In aid � .bazaar will be held ' ; nl Mrs. M. McMalnr I South, on Wedncttda-. j lumber IS. Tim Imlli 1 pal rnllizi' this tdiow  r ! The ladies of St : friends nici't for 1: I Thtinulay afternoon I * ' 1 Tln> regular nice-rii'lii'luili loilKi- will ' 1 ovi-niiiK in I. O. . 10'ilork. Vir.ltlliK mi-::.' ' 11.1 J) t r � 1- I() j' sU� monthly Ki I mi Kri'l'iy ,  in? ni"A- 1 $ ;n :im |-o]! "I lllisi'.l'llllll' .:t Patrick :�; : ii" ^ :'iv-ill"lie !� '.'"niiMiti. S''Ii- 1 a  )'i H.tlt.-I In M inid " �'. int. I "Ml! in Hill � I Tlmrsiliiy I W iil ;it .'W;IH W, �'.�"l.-oiii.'. Ifjj The Me  e I Mr. nuil Mrs. II. (',. I.duk mnl 1;m1i> � j il.iiiKlitrr Dlxlo, Ififl yost."Mny to vl.iil. j ">i i -   !!� 11'"'v�� wll'n Mr. anil Jlr.i II. II. Ciitlnr lit 1 ttiliiui luivv rmiinii'il ! 1 '.'iiitnton j M)>li>iiii. Mutiiiiiin. � I An,.!.' If,-in �11111 v 1 i T111 k .'1! Ami tiu-y'll In-illr ;i fiii'i' nrili'i-'I n I In |ili'imai:l |>l:i  1V:�.- it th" '-iiiilinoA-m-.-;' Im �. hav Ami iinpiovi' III,. Iii'lfcr'rt i|ii.i: l"i111 j vi'ilttiiK �t Dny�hiMl. Iih. ril > j I li:m ln-i'ii -iii'iiilinn Mi" Mini rih. liicy'l! fill Hi" l.iml v. iih iMil'Jil '; ... ' lil"i . ii".s. Mr .-Hill M'k !lay KniKht ami lain j ... Ami th" hull n:li , ,tr, ;,.','[,im : |,.v v.  ' KWM  Mr. ami .Mr.-. .1. II. ti I'Miiumi'imi af.i r 80CIAL EVTNTS I" ll 1 nun. A v I u 11fniil." in, 111 .a I.I: iirhlKi'. vi. il.'.i In i'liriMiti- from lh" thr ril\ llf-t wc'k �oast. WIillii in Vii- �wMi h slm wil] viuii in In r ,-il Si im 1 foj-i I. Ontario I1111111 The Foot Toggery BOOT3 AND SHOES TOR ALL ApC3. 1 Shoe Values Here Is U7ier. I111II011 /� A/V "i.'ilai- ptti-i- .�.-..:.�� ami . . O.Uv lhi- 1 In- old pr" ..Mir pin i- wl'h [in- wiir w�'ur val'i". Th" -hapi i ar" all tfimtl A CHANCC TO SAVE MONEY W. NELSON & Co. COR. THIftD AVE AND SEVENTH ST. S.-SHERLOCK BLOCK Ml. T. M llnfl' ha � r- turtiml from :i iliri" iv'"lis' va'Titlnti lit ill Van .....I'.-i-r ami is niiirli iniprovi'il in liu\llh. *   Mrs. \V ' Wail" ami ilnMrmi hav" I'tuini-il from Vir'nria. I' t'. afti'r ti thri'i- iiiontli.s' vinir t Mi-'.-, r. )�; Mramlo' rrollii'iin Y011111; nt h'-r linni" last � . Imiiti''. ..- iu"t;iiK v.., cli'i '..(! for tin' 1 -1 -1 .L -� t� rm. iiii'l plani :> I Th" Art Nr 'illrworl, ilill, �;!! In.hi their .t.' Kale mi ".'iivini!'"r '.'.'> Tho prm "mis in4'.' to hi' n \'.' i;:."ii. "1 Mi-s .Miriam w 1S11 it Mini; nail, ilatirh'"!4 I of Mr atitl Mrs. Aim,. - M.n liunahl, of 1 I a i"' stir. i:ni;.. 1. in! ': Karl Moroni ; Nt'-l-mi. of N' .v I .. 4 : Afii-r 111" ri'i "ninny 11 tlainty 1 .'. i. "1 wa-. s"rv-; "il hy Mrs. Olivia ii:- 1 a-.iM.-il l>y : ll K Harris a: IMna ('. 111 ;i ami Mi-s 1 �. \ ti'l.i . ill 'A111011K th" many I" m'.!i! �ir.....nt-. ! ��' a 1 "iliill'-t of cih � : ' I . Ml -lal f 01 th" Klli-ou M'.llin. 1 , .... i 1 v.honi Mr-. .\ii'I-oii wa-  :� � ' -.. M :.: : > NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT * are really most interesting As mot4" uii'l iiioi" Ii 11111 o iii4i's.-iniRk"t's am ln-Rinninn t lakini: n 'U'epiT inlRrnnt. in tin' new Kali tnaii'i'lals. mn Silk Si-ition Is slinwinv:; innrhtnl ai-tivitj Now Shipments Are Arriving at the Store Almost Daily Suiin-iiiun . it is a '.mailt pnokitt In- parr.'i post; rottK-tlineS an "ntIf - r.-i: " is pvoivml hy frelRhi. Th" ili'siKtis ami "olorinK ai". nf >-f 111 i-r-'-. ih" very lalest ami lh" li-.npths tiri- llmitivl so Mnr \�m i- litis- or v. alst will tie at uni" ii"w anil Individual. FOR INSTANCE! YESTERDAY WE UNPACKED Schooltime is Children's New Ribbon Time t^ni!" mitnrallv. :i i;irl of 10 to ]Z yi.-us of n^e reipilres any ipian !:';;. i.l m-w rlhlions and she wants the l.iml llu'i will stand up - that win 11 sh" 111:1k' � a how it will stay (i'-d "ii" that will k"i-p iis rlahii i'y without liavlm; in 1 onstiintly h" pirn "ii hi posit urn. .lust nwli rihhnns as these in plain in muir" effeit;; at'" here, in almndani". Quite a miuifier of floral effect-: ami holders, also to h" found in widths rrom 1 to !� im In-s in prim's to fit all pniseg. Fancy Dresdens 4 to 9 inchct) wide. Per yard, 50c to $2.25. Satin Ribbons 7 inches wide. Per yard, 85o. Moire Ribbons. J inches wide. Per yard, 50c. 6 inches wide. Per yard, 85c. Duchess Satins In all colors and widths, from, pet yard, 1' ,c to 75c. Silk Baby Ribbons All Colors, i-inch. Per yard, 2'^c. n-inch. Per yard, 4c. �inch. Per yard, 5c. l 11 A Most Beautiful Range of mum Thesi- li.ti" [iui'o white uroiiiuls with wliltrj satin stripes on which tire woven lmiKt.ltm!lnal atripes in vary-rr 1 -Lr ivaitiif. nf the moHt elear and bountiful colors such nti tilt; : �i > :  Th- Aui.xt. Mine'.;- ami pa tin .r in' tnvsai 1 111" limit wltli iiit'inion of til" a [iroj,-r:iMi>i'4 ". m-tuliiT. and ' ,ihei:ie will I" of every lh in ' filled in by 1 Mr. ..!4e ):i 'liliim IS lUfls s.ipar.v aylet- til' ad.l L2i 7 tiatii" and name ami trout. Tin turned in at tin of the enterum ed to the On-' l-'niid who w .11 f "tit to th" soli!:.' A postcard w.J order tint th" '�' ed by the ri .-ip jmrcel will be � for tiie lido ' will In- r.-ceiv:: i iiti-riatnm'tit sotne hoy at Kit'l of tohai In- r.ii'hard i nc to d" the bo.-n at It : '. lh" to pr.-!,/'nt Inwain '.-."w and orn-inal 4'.'iiduci'il. Tin- liacs; ill be lil nil; �! lie nreliaser with :h"ir . t'U',' '(lu !' �itll th" "f a soldier at til" on ev.'I'v 11 !.' t nrs on the "vetiim: �rt will lie forv.aiil-t'lui. Tnh.i'.o � aid un Xmns pis .-�- i iiiieij mi th" ii' la :. o be "iii'l'ised ii. � in he ni'liiinu t-'di; ;' The Villi'.!' of the �:!'U- the price p.iid that the inirih:i!"r a .splendid luitlu's il also provaiim; M'lit.with an Xtnas m"' "a* See These Beautiful Silks in Our Windows COLOR CLIPS. a a .% Ladies, if you lntest Ueyiioti' in in nut ntfer to I In I'laln brown has hereaitor It will be iirown," or ,4e:ipm inodest Ki'ey of tl the arlsl ncracy n carryfnK the name itrey" or "lephant see a piece til I wnlllll be up lo the 1'idorK this fall, yon m in the new terms. ; lost (is prostlf;"4. Known as "tobacco linn brown " The " Quakers is now I ho color world, of "Uiiipe." "mouse �.trey." Should you e.llltlflll plush In Try Sunlight for your-., self and see. LKV11K BROTHERS LIMITED, loronto 0 nr�enisli fawn, do not tdiow your iK-ttoraiii-e in thus ilesiKniitliif; If, call ii "reindeer," while -liouUl you see velvet of ;i (-.olden In own here, refer to It hy the li'ini.l tei-jiis of ".syriiji." Tin. fu..;! cot;!roller iiat! very little lo nay when the :'ashion tiuthorilios ,c;ot for turn h".s of wlur. hiii'Kiiiidy, prune and paprika are uuite the lat-ost nn U'iinmini's I'ekln liliio, l>eit"e, vornillllon ami terra eotta ranli iitiiim-; the popular shades, and slinulil you hear ii i'iou|i of l'omlnlst.s cliat-torluK in umleiioues iibout clothes ynn may rest msmed they are refor-rliiK to a "Ulue Devil" hiiU. ELKS GRAND LODGE ELECIS OFFICERS Victoria. Sept. 11.-Tlie cniinl ImiKu of Hid Hi'tievolent Dider of Klkw of t'liniula tbis morntnK dei-lileil to hold next years reunion at liegina Of flee m for the next yi>ur were electml as follows: (irand exalted ruler. W T. U'lmisor. Out i reelected) leading hnlitbt. YV. A. Sliuvv Ver; lirimd loyal knlKhl. I Wi'.rdM. Woodktook. Out.; Ctand lorlur-iiif,- li.iiKlu. I-'. ,1 Lynch, New H.f.; liratid inner Ktiard Alex Kilen, Vietorlii; (irutui tylvr. II. \. I'Veetniit). N'luiiiinio, ll.C; Crand I'erkina, Uraml Vancou-- K. Kd- secrfttory, .f. A. KillliiKuworth. SI Tliomus. Out.4, Urunii treasurer. W. IV .Mi-Mnnn. St. Thomas. Out.4, Crantl cMiulro. .1. K. Kenwlck. lloRlim. Sank.4, (iiaml .iuipbiln, Y.. .1. l-'lanlitaii. Vim-couver: lira nt trtiBtees i three lo Im elected for two yuars, two eastern trtist�t'h liHviiiK another year to run). W. T. I'crkius, elmlrmaii; H. E. Hoe-bier. Kjchuiond. Que., anil WilUuin Moore, Vancouver GRAIN EXCHANGE OFFICERS. FROST IN NEW ENGLAND. PROMINENT ( ALGAIUAN ON FORCERY CHARGE Calf-ury, Sept. II-L. 11. Doll, one of tho old timers of tho city, at one time an alderman, for many years h prominent business man, was arrested yesterday on u eliarco of forgery. He Is nt present behind the bura at police lica-dipuarters. 11 is cane will come up for hearitiK at the police court thin mornlnif Bovoral days ai44.) foil made out a olimiue for ll.oo to hiiDsolf on the Meroliants bank and had It cmiified. ll ia said he then raised llin amount to SlliUi1. He displayed tills to a number of people In I lie city. | Kirkby's Special | For Thursday . PRINCE RUPERT FIRE. Prince Ktiport. ll.C, Sopt. 11.--Six j dwelling liousen in l'ort KrtalnKtou are i in uahcis and nix families are hotnoloaa and have losi all tliolr poasosslona. The lire, which lliriiatoued to destroy the vjlliiKe, wiim uhuckod near I tho I'tinueviis, Cherry Cake" ONE DAY ONLY, HALF PRICE price, 60c a lb. THURSDAY 30c This cake is nun!" '-ti accordance with the regulations of tho footl Hoard. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board License Number 6-2386 Hoston, .\;�m�., Sept It. -Crops In various itectlons of the New ICnsland ��(ates suffered danniKo from frost last niBhi and early totlnv. The weather hureau reports particularly hoavy dttinago in Northern Vermont and New Hampshire. A klllliiK frost wun repnrtod in Quebec. WinnipoK, Sept. 11.-The annual lneoilnR of ilie Winnipeg Grain Ex-change wan convened at three o'clock ililn afternoon and officer* elected for the eomiuK season w�r�: President, J. A. Aud�r�oa; Vi-ce-pra-sldenl. .1. Vj. Hotterell; Secretary. treamirer, llr. Hohort. MaRiU4, Mem-bars of council. \V. U. HawlW, T. Bro. die, H. H. Dotifill, Georee Klsher. 0. ('. Qmse, D. Horn, J. Bt�wan, C. Tilt, and W. A. Mathexon. . -.- ' f|. , i AIRMEN KILLED Grinnby, Ont., flopt. 11.-Mailt. Jacki. pilot, Ixi* Angelas, Cel., and I'ailei W. 11. Uotieorield, peeeenfrer, next-of-kin .laiues fk>u�efleld (tetberl McOregor. Man., werfe killed In an airplane accident at BearnBvlllo ax. lli:'ii> o'clock today. The Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Furnace la Kimpllclty Itself. It lias few parts, this makee it easy to set up, Install and operate, li lieats much uuleker than a cast fur- uaco. It lasts 'liidoflnltely. It. has ample lmallnR qual-It lea. It burns any fuel, ami Is economical In fuel consumption. It U cleaner than any other typo of furnace. It buiua � V, SMOKE, GAS AND SOOT Consequently U does not require frequent cloanlnR. lt� heating surfaces are vertical and allow no accumulation of nalies. This insure., a prime heutiiiK surfaco at all times. The fixates tiro easy to shako and dump. �!� double doors make It easy to stoke. Tho Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Kurnaco is made, of hoavy plate, open health, mild steel that stands up under the most exacting conditions and continuous service. FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Co. 418 13TH STRF.ET NORTH PHONE 1294 043 ;