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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT rV'^MALD PAGE FIFTEEN � . � ? WHAT 19 TO COME WE ? ? '( KNOW NOT. : ? ? 4   Mr. W. Stringer is a visitor at Nelson, B. C. 6   Miss 'Marion ICing has returned /ram spending a holiday at ISdmon-'ton. - � � ; ....... � �,>� Mrs.C. W. CouUry anc^'tliree children passed; through tho : city by motor.'repently for their home in High River, after visiting' Mrs. Coul-try's parents' at' Indian ITead,' Sask. �   Miss ';U8h'er has returned from Waterton Lakes and is visiting her sister, Mrs. A.' W-' Hqlii for a few days, before leaving tor points in 13. C. ' / Rev. Isaacs .arrived in the city this afternoon^' from ' Oardstdji to spend the weelc-end.. ' '� ' * -�' Miss Madge FalrieVj 'Whoi has been visitlipg her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. ir. Fairley, left yesterday to rfe-Hume-h^r duties, in Uip hospital at Spokane, where she is taking her training. �   Dr. W. P. J. Alexander, who has successfully passed his medical examinations at Toronto, will soon take up his practice in Madoc, Ontario. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander have many friends in the city, having lived here for several years. While Liqu;c YOUR SHOES NEAT White Cake im � Shoe J&Dressing' I Vbr Mens .Women's and Children's Shoes Af ter-S u pp er Specials at Rylands Make this your shopping place tonight. Remember that you get the best for less at Rylands. SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Black Sateen Underskirts in good quality and made in good full style with deep flounce. Regular ?1.35 values. | aa After Supper Sale".....................................'. 1�UU BOYS'HOSE Boys' Heavy Ribbed Cotton Hose In splendid quality. Good wearing and splendid solid black dye, sizes 9, 9% and 10 only, n g Regular 35c. After Supper Sale................. .......... uOC CHILDREN'S DRESSES About 100 Dresses in tHB-^lot, Made of gingham and percale in �neat stylos. These are odd dresses from good selling lines. A final clearance. Sizes 2 to G years. 'Values up to ?1.25. After Supper Sale ...........,........................ 60c PILLOW CASES 200 Pillow Cases, made from good quality of cotton in 40 inch size. Hemmed all ready for use. These pillow cases | aa are worth today 50c each. After Supper Sale, 8 for........ i�UU GLASS TOWELS 100 only. GlassI Towels in best of quality of heavy cotton with red border. Made up with hemmed ends, all ready for use, size 27x20 inches. Worth at least 2Sc each.  , p a After Suivrcr f'alo, .'i for........................... T-4 SHEETING Ilora la a Wal live bargain in sheeting tor waatOor beds. The quality t� tko beat. We bought It. last year, so you can imagine what it Ib worth today. At lou8t'?5c. ' . rjg After Supper Sale.................................. OoC Rev. T. Powell, superintondont of M'tyslona for Soutliern Alberta, ha.s arrived in the city and is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. K .1. Hodgins. * a If Mr. H. Husband wa.i a visitor ut Waterton Lakes at tho beginning of the week,  �  John. Shaw, youngest son of Inspector Shaw. Calgary, is visiting his brotiiar, Mr. Norman Shaw, at Blair-more. m m m Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Andrews, who liave been motor vlaitor.s in the city and in Cranbrook, have returned to. Calgary. mm* * SOCIAL EVENTS �   About one hundred and twenty people were present at the dance given by the Veterans at their club rooms yesterday. The evening was most thoroughly enjoyed. Need's orchestra supplied tlic music. The Veterans are making arrangements tor a masquerade dance on Hallowe'en night, to which everyone is looking forward with pleasurable anticipation's. �   ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? > : ? : : > '"^^^0^___ ^ , Tlie. fiei, Sh'leld campaign, for funds for. tKe�Salvation Army huts, Is proving a; wonderfiil' sUcosss In Lf.'.hbrW'ge.' Already $1100 had been subscribed up to ten o'clock this mornfnji, and the committee In charge liciped to reacli the $3000 mark befpjfc the day was ovur. The teachers of the schools Gub-scribed $185 yesterday, their response being generous. The school ehtldren are belna cskcd to bring their pennies and nickels for tbe fund'^/i Monday. � ARGENTINE CABINET RECRUIT I^MALE LABOR P,arla, Sept. 14.-^Mlse Elsie Gunthcr, cliief of the female labor bureau of tho American expellitionary forces. has gone to the United States to recruit 5,000 American girl ciorka to release men for military service. Miss Gunthe!!. will seek to enlist college girls. Made In Canada er's GENERAL. > : ? ? ? : : * : > ::<. s^Jj^' Huenos Ayrers, S^i;|it. 14.-President Irrigoyen today fillmi tieveral vacau-1 cies in his cabinet. Ilonorio Pueyrro-dou, minlst^ of agriculture, who for more than a year haH Ijl'cii acting minister of foreign affairs, was appointed minister of foreign aflairn. .lulio Mor-i eno, chief of police for Uiicnos Ayi'es, was named aS'-ministKi- of war tb fill the vacancy':0'aus6d by Mm recent resignation of Elpadio (louzales. to,cam-; paign for governor oC one of the provinces. Alfredo de .Mart-hi is the now minister of agriculture. PREIVIIER IN'S'VIVIPATHY WITH k. OF C. CAMPAIGN The follbvying letter has been recejved , from'Premier Stewart by' L.' A. 'Giroux, Provincial Deputy for Alberta for the Knights of Columbus: Sept. 7th, 1918. Dear Sir: I am In receipt of your letter of September^ 5th regarding the drive being made by your society throughout Canad,T to secure $500,000 for comforts for Canadian soldiers overseas. i am thoroughly in sympathy with this effort being made by you and will be glad to act as; a patron. The cause in which you are working sholud commend itself to every patriotic citizen, and I wish you every success. Yours very truly, (Sgd.) CHAS. STEWART. great amount of damage. George Greer, Clinp of near Champion appeared'feeforc' the local J. P. on Saturday' last' at the police barracks to answer t-o ihs charge of .stealing a valuable marc, the property of Mr. George 'J'ociii, of Vulcan. After hearing the evidence for the prosecii^iion and a statement from the accused, he was sent 'for trial to the Court of High Jurisdiction at, Lethbridge. Clihe appeared in uniform, having been "at Sarcee camp aa a draftee. It appears that Cline found the horse, and without making any enquiries a.s to whose it was, he took it and traded it tor two hroncs. The latter he took dowu to Montana for sale. Mr. Todd values his horse at ?500.00. � �: A hading authority on cocoa says: "In order to have the cacao products most useful and to have the protein best appropriated, you must not take out too much fat. Hence, in my view, Baker's Cocoa (from which only the excess of oil is extracted) is an ideal food. ' Its Use Saves Other Foods TRADE-MARK ON;EVERY;PACKAGE^ Walter Baker & Coriimited Ettablishad 1780 DORCHESTER. MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. Canada Food Board License I 1-690 The Plain Truth about Shoe Prices IEATHER is scarce and is growing scarcer. A large part of the available supply must be used ^ for soldiers' boots. Importations have practically ceased and we are forced to depend upon the limited quantity of materials produced in Canada. The cost of everything which goes into a pair of shoes is liigh, and is going higher. Workmen by the thousands have joined the colors, and labor is increasingly hard to get. It is not merely a matter of high prices, but of producing enough good quality shoes to go aroiiud. These coi\ditions are beyond the control of any man, or, any group of men. They fall on all alike. No one is exempt- neither the manufacturer, the dealer, nor the consumer. You must-pa}'- more today for shoes of the same quality than you did a year ago. Next Spring, |3rices -will be higher still. These are hard facts. They will not yield to argument. They cannot be glossed over^ We cannot'change thpm, much as we would wish to do so. But you, as a wearer of shoes, can help to relieve them if you will exercise prudence and good ju'dgmcnt in purchasing. See that you get real valve ior your money. Spend enough to get it, but spend nothing for "frills." --- - See tliat the manufacturer's trade-mark is stamped upon the shoes you buy. High prices are a femptation to reduce the quality iri order to make the price seem low. But no manufacturer will stamp his trade-mark upon a product which he ,is ashamed to acknowledge. Remember this, and look for the trade-mark. It is your best assurance of real value for your money. AMES HOLDEN McCREADY LIMITED "Shoemakers to the NatioT\" ST. JOHN MONTni;\L TORONTp WINNIPKG EDMONTON VANCOUVER at "The Baf FROIVI 6.30 TO 9.30 P.M. NO APPROVAL, PHONE OR C.O.D. ON THESE SPECIALS A MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE ----- ..........OF ... CREPE DE CHINE . WAISTS In the. very, latest models. Colors flcBh. white, maize, '.navy and bluck.. iteg- o Q7 ular $5.00. Snap Prlco (&*�fl LADIES'NIGHT GOWNS Of a lovely aheei" quality. Daintily trimmed., With embroidery and lace; ileg- nQ ular ?2.00. Snap Price ItCit GLOVE SILK, HOSE lo the celebrated.. .'.'Niagara" make in' all colors., ^ti;a-special Snap, '- J : aa liatr .........mtmv WE ARE REPEATING THIS LINE It's guch a bargain. 4 dozen only. LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. All sizes. Regular $1.00. Snap Price, pair.............. 45c LADIES' BLACK SILK BOOT HOSE Regular 50c. Snap | �|a Price, 3 pairs for ... IcVtl IMPERIAL NAVY SERGE All wool, 4'J in'ches wide. Worth today, ?2.50. Snap Price $1.49 yard .Another all wool Navy Serge 42 inches wide. Regular �* oq ?2.00. Snap Price ... k��if 8 ONLY, BOYS' ALL WOOL JERSEY SUITS The celebrated "St. Margaret'' English make. Color brown, trimmed with white, sizeB 26 to 28. Regular ?5;75, Snap Price ..'....... 3.49 11 ONLY, BOYS' JERSEY SUITS In navy only, sizes 24 to 28. Regular 52.7.5. 1 oa Snap Price ____..... 1�0�F LINEN FINISH "FAIRFAX" COTTON Of a beaiitituUy soft finlsh.-32 inches wide. Regular 35c yard. Snap Price, 4 yards.......... (Limited 10 yardi k*cb cus-� tomer) 99c TURKISH ROLLER TOWELLING Regular 30c. Snap | aa iPrlce, B 'yards for ..... 1�VV MEN'S DRESS SHOES In black or tan. A very dressy shoe with Neolin soles. Snap C PA Price ................ DtifV CHILDREN'S "CLASSIC" FOOTWEAR Of patent leather. Blucher ,cut and very strong and eer-viceable. Sizes 8 to 101/2   $2.75 Sizes 11 to 2 ..: $3.49 TOBACCO SECTION "Rugby"' Smoking, larg* packets. Regular 15c. OC_'- Special. 3 pkts......./LOCi ^/ lb. tins Old , Virginia; . Smoking Tobacco. Regulvi! $1.00. Special, ftQ*" per tin ............... OOCi" : 14 lb. tins Old Chum and? 'Senator: ;:TobaccOi Regulai^' $1.00.' Seeclalri'N per tin............... ODC. Player's Cigarettes (50 ML : tin.y^Regular 75c. fiCii* :