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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rUSIRSDAV, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918 TllE LE'nmmDGE. DAILY HElHALv;) PAGE NINE * ? ? .;. .{. O fiwcot Soi'tom'jei'' t'ly f^''-'"' breezes bring 'i'ho dry leafs rustle and tlio squirrel's laugliter, Tlio cool, frcsli air, whence health and vigor Hpring, And promiKB of exceeding joy hero- ai:tcr. * ** *  * PERSONAL   � .   Miss .Mprgarot Gibbons left last weolc for/Kansas City, where she will attend h/kli school. /. � * * Mr. JAsepii Banner lias severed Ills ('nnnectlon with the bethbridge Cou-}ierva',6ry of Jiusic. * �  >U: and Mrs. J. S. Collius of Letli-ViMdge are visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. 1,. >Ucltingbottora of Fairvinw.-Nelson News. *  � Mrs. George Macl-eod is a guest at the Paliiser Hotel in Calgary. Miss Cameron who recently arrived from Nova Scotia? lett yesterday al-tornoon to take a school near Seven I'crsons. * * * Mr. A. I,. Plocl; who has been visiting at Raley, is spending a sliort time in the city, on hla way to attend sclioo! at Sacramento, Cal. � V � Mr. and .Mrs. W. Simp-fon and daughter nt Commerce, spent the week-end iu the city. � # * Mrs. iloare has �rrived in the city from i'incher Creek and is at present juirsing a private case in tlio Gult hospital. � � * Jfrs. Walter ^\'llit and tw^o children of Calgary are spending ji few days -ivith Mrs. \V. H. Hardy, 124(j Fifth Avenue A. * a m - 'Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Smith lett yesterday for a short trip to Winnipeg. *  � Mr. and Mrs, S. A. Buchanan and � two children who Ivaya been the guests of Rev. and Alra. Wni. Buchanan have l^tt Ihe city, -Air. Buchanan returning to Kdihonton and Mrs. Buchanan and cliildr6n going on to Grassy bake for a short visit.  * * .Mrs. W. M. McCaffrey and son re-tiirned ycKterday morning from visiting at liio coast. .Mr. .lack Williams of Conimcrcd'la a visitor in tho city.\ * >ti * �.. Too much credit cannot be given Mrs. Fetter for the success of yesterday's outing.  * �  � : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : � ? : * :. : : ^ : o The O.E.S. will meet tomorrow for sewing in the Red Cross rooms. � � * A meeting of the executive of the Mathesis club will be held at the home of the president Monday afternoon, September IG. Anyone who has been a uioipbcr of thr- club' for' one year if, eligible to pi-oiioso a name ' for ni'.'mber.shlp^ TluiFt> wishing to do so should pljono Mrti. ^.'(�(;lc�JlnKlliln before that date Kci liir ikhiic iniiy be retui at liic Soptcnibi i' nifji.-ting. � � The Anniversary :inil llarveiit l''r's-tival service will br' hi^lil in tli'i t'nil-oil church next Siiruhiy, Si'pt. I.'ith. Rev. Thomas Powell will pi't^ach morning and evenbu; inn! ibe church will be decorated v.itli [Ik; fruil.s of gardens and fields. On Mdudiiy evening in tho United 'Innrli Imll Mi-.: Powell will deliver bis imblic lerinro "People I Have .Mol, ' .A inusical pro-, gram will be given. , Jt !# * i A meeting of Ihe liiien l'Jvaiig(>lis-tic Campaign coniinitiee will lie held tonight at eight o'clni'lt in the Y.M.C;. ^ A. �� * * The ladies aid of I'nox eliureh liave j planned to send ovi-isi.as in the sol-j dlers Oliriatmas imirely centaining j socks and fruit cake. Thf! ladies of \ the congregation are asked lo begin | the knitting at once. i   ' i The .Major .lack Ko-s cinipler l.O. D.K. will hold their reKuhir inentlily meeting in the K.I', hall tninorrow afternoon at ;!:45. Would tlu^ new members wlio are :o ,-;ign the roll kindly attend'.' *   c. .;. .: : ? : : : : : : FOR FEMININE FOLK ? :...... ^ Good cooks were never in greater demand than they ar"ii. liritain and i France today and tliey fiavo a status as war workers that attracts the best Itind of girl to this kin'l of occupation. j Indirectly these girls are able to help j tho soldier, the sailor and the airman. i Take the case of the flax workers. Three thousand meniber.s of the AVo-men'a National Land Service Corps are gathering flr.x- for aeroplane wings. The internal'organization of t the camp is along .seini-military lines. Particularly responsible pnsilions are lield by the head cooks, who are ilruwn from the staff of Die Domestic l''cononiy 'i'rainiiiA: Schools, and all : CANADIAN GOVERNMENT WILL PUBLISH '//EEKLY Ottawa. - A weekly is lo be published by the governmeni. Following the lines of the United Slates publicaiioii. "Tlie Canadian Official Record" will aiui to keep its readers luUy informed of tlie actions and the decisions of the government and the activitie.-; and program of the government departnienla. This is inoic iiaHicularly in connection witli war effort. Tiie paper will be issued under the direction of Al. K. Nichols, director of iniblic information. To enable Air. Nichols to devote his attention more iiarticnlarly to this work and lo other duties in his de-pfirtmenl. Dr. G. U. Locke, chief librarian, Toronto public library, has been appointed associate director of public int'onnatioii. Dr. Locke will have in liis charge administration of the war leotiii-e bureau and such activities of the department as are con- nected with publ-ic speaking. Uls ser vices have lieen loaned to the govern nu.'nt by ihe Toronto library board. THIRTEEN MILLION REGISTERED IN U. S. Washington, Sept. 12.-iWhile American soldiers at the front in France stood ready with French and British forces for what may prove the greatest battle of the war, 13,000,000 other Americans registered today for military duty and gave the most inspiring demonstration of patriotism In the nation's history. THREATEN STRIKE. W'asliington. Sept. 12.-A, strike all workers iu the sheet metal trades, affiliated with the Amalgamated Iron and Steel AVorker."), will be called .Monday in the territory east of the Mississippi river, unless certain de-inanda of the men regarding the slid' ing scale of wages are adjusted. We m&y^T sometimes have to abll at a -loss, but we will never reduce I ^e quality of I B1 ue RibWon ,Tea. r Always reli tys tiie same 16 rices & Correct Styles Children's Coats Children's Heavy Cloth Coats. Made in neat style with novelty pockets and belt Hrimmed with black buttons. Close fitting collar, size 2-6 years. At ................. 6.50 A complete stock of the new things-Sweaters, Coats, Dresses, etc., in fact all that a first class dry' goods and ready-to-wear store should carry at prices that will attract you and not be a hardship on your pocket book. We bought early and we bought right. Many of our lines have advanced away beyond present selling prices in many cases but as long as our supply holds out you will benefit by this advanced purchasing. Ladies' Coats Made of fawn cloth in smart style, large storm collar that fits close at neck. Trimmed with black plush buttons; Siz^s from 4 years. g qq Coats that are suitable for the larger girls. Made of black chinchilla. A very attractive style with novelty patch pockets and belt. Buttons A 7C black plush. At...... af. f U CHILDREN'S SLEEPING SUITS Childre/i's PUish Sleeping Suits, just the cosy thing now that the nights are cool. Made with drop seat and high neck, j or At ...................................................... STANFIELDS' SLEEPING SUITS Alado in a splendid weight, easy to launder and made in two pieces so that you can adjust the size to suit the child. Of ?1.7.''> and ............................. CAMOISELLE GLOVES Real chamoisetto gloves, made by the well 'known maker, Kayser. These gloves wash perfectly and are a better weight than silk. In black, white and mastic shades. All sizes. -j np� At the same old price"...........'....... ItUii PILLOW COTTON �fO inch Pillow Cotton, free from dressing and filling and will givo unbeatable wear. Made in circular stylo. AVorth our selling price at wholesale today. Regular 60o value. Saturday only .......................... 4UC GREY FLANNEL Fine Grey Flannel, soft fine finish. Some stock we bought a long lime ago. AVe knew you would need it. Suitable for underwear, undsrsklrts, etc. Week End Special, r'(\ yard .................................. OUC COTTON TOWELS Honey Comb Cotton Towels, with fringed ends aud red border. A good useful towel for ordinary use. Easy to launder, size 38x18. -i /jft AA'eek End Special, a pair for .......... l.UU MEN'S NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR This is a line wo carried over from last year. The quality of these garments are of the highest. They come in sizes iUi to -JO, in sliirts and drawers. AVorth today ?1.75 garment. Week End -l or Special, each ........................... Lt/uD LADIES'VESTS 200 only, Dadies' [tibbed Cotton Vests, made with long sleevii;;; and high neck, suitable for early fall wear. Worih 40c to 50c. or Week End Special ...................... CuC EXTRA SPECIAL IN HOSE 100 pairs ot Ladies' Fine Black Lisle Hose, full fashioned and hlKhost quality. These- are samples and come in size- 0 only. We will clear these up with a rush tliis.weelc. A'alues up to 75c -i a.a pair. Week End' Special, 35c, 3 pair for l.vU CLOTH COATS ^rown velour coat made with new style pleated back. AVide belt trimmed with large buttons", Collar and trimming of black plush. A very pleasing style. CLOTH COAT This is a line of coats of which we are very proud. In colors you may have green, brown, wisteria i and grey. Made in pretty styles "'i with new side panels. A panel back i-trimmed .with buttons a r aa '� and belt. At............'tO�V\t TWEED COATS English tweeds coats, half lined aud good full fitting styles. Belted back. Collar of crushed plush and trimmed with fancy oo rn buttons. At ........... oLtOXf NOVELTY SWEATER COAT Ladies' Novelty Sweater Coat, made in very pretty shade ot turijuoise blue with stripe of rose and white as trimming on collar, pockets and lower edge of coat. Only............................................. 22.50 LADIES' SWEATER Ladies' Blazer Sweaters, made In stripes of various colon. Collar and lower edge trimmed with plain shades, ofa a brushed wool. At ,............................i....... iO.UU BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER Ladies' Brushed AVool Sweater in paddy groen. Made in i\cut style with long sash girdle. Collar trimmed with while l r A a stripe. Cap to matchj Sot complete .................... iO.VU NEW NEMO CORSETS TheB^t Corset made KIDDIES' SOX An odd lot Children's Fancy Sox. A delayed Ehipment that ^we had lost track of. There are not all sizes but a good assortment in 5Vi to 0^2. A''alues up to 50c aud 60c. Friday and Saturday, pair ....................................... 35c Ladies' and Chiidmrfs UNDERWEAR Fall an(^ winter weights ;