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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 THE Attractive Values in Dress Goods and Silks For All Day TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Forenoon A wide variety of choice and an unusually attractive stock featuring plain and novelty effects that are exclusive with this store and at prices ay low as a year ago. LETHBRfPGE DAILY  ; .....-�r- ~ ~ uii�istln� in Hi'1 i;i HEHAH7 PAGE NINE illLil 1 SPECIALS IN DRESS GOODS biirgundv, 2.75 qUalil V. 2.50 .1 inch 3.75 54 INCH SERGE. Kxcollcnt quulity burgundy mill black. Fine qiiullly. tictoil \v iiieh. Special ............ NOVELTY SILKS. 3ti inch in a mm y wide range of newest stripes, checlis and plaids, lieau tiful colorings. tfli.fiU to .......................... CHARMEUSE SATIN. Ill inch. lOxtra till" quality. Colors taupe, Hand, cadet, Russian. Ida"!;, etc.......................... Ii'sh, old 1.25 inch in 1.75 Same ivory, brown. 1.75 lerwear. 1.75 iy wide s. lieau 4.00 trn fin" 4.00 CLARKE & CO. 614 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge - Alberta I pose of I of Columbils drivh j held on Saturday, i ... | The (Jii'lH' Auxllliirv v [ the Cluli rooms (is leu. ; night (Tuesday I. Tin ! Uecl ('ioss night and f \ ei asked to come prcp.'t t nil f, The officers anil pa t . Maple I,cat' Chapter No 7 I are lo take pflrt in Hi" I Otd olier meet ing, will i..... mil nt Hit! Masonic li:i 1: ; evening a I X o'clock sin: Mri'.. McKinney. M I, . in Knox church on Thu.-at eight o'clock on "Tit.. Future,-' This mosi im* lure will be supplornciiI did program. The. tut; i lions will bo. furnished h. a) Knights day to li" lie  I a i . of: WOi 1- uiioi row h" tin lllher h- ,-ii work. '�ens ol' ; S . who the � rehear Tuesday War I The Knox rliui'cl) '' 1 j roorganixed for the y i , I he following officer � Alice Hardie ; vieo-pt e.- . Dickie; secretary. Nan I ' surer. Avril Little; piatn man. Miss Nellie floliin en president for the n-n months for the union are held in the V.M.t A | Monday of each month f of the evangelical elm: i city unit" for the month I | cordial invitation is ex.'"1 j 'teen-age girl. In Lrjthbr, i hack into her own or : n I day school ami share to ! and profit of these mi : !1 .-peak evening Of tile till); lec- il spleq. il I'i'i'ila-al talent. I. T. have work with President. �tit. .l"S>ie noon: tn-a lluili .lac k-:i wa  ehos-of three l.;se:� which no Ihe "ril vliicli right ICS (II III!' meeting. A "d in "Vei y '.e |o net � other Situ ii" |ilea--iire (siiiisiuuiiui^ Mrs. Hayes, who lias been visiting with her dnuijhter. Mrs. .1. Livingstone left last week for her home in Youngs town. Ohio. Mrs. Charles Walker visiting in the city for turned to hi;r home a! The frlHnds of Miss will be glad to know rovering from Icr reci Van Haarlem hospital Sarah !'. Scott that Khe Is vent operation at who llilS huen a week, lias ie-Foremost. f!"o Whelen is bin li from 'i trip lo the Pacific He e.\pect.-i to leave very soon with Mrs. Whelen and rlaitghler to reidde nt Vancouver. Miss Allen after visiting lime. ias returned ;it Nobloford to the i'it 1 for a short j cythe. of Toronto, who visited In the city last week with Mrs. I). S. Williamson, and Mrf .lames Willnimxori left on Friday to continue their Journey to Vancouver. ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mr. and Mrs I), ily have returned to Salt Lake City. 11. Kit on and from a motor ftun trip The Sir Alexander O.D.K. will not meet dier's Comforts this Cult Chapter I. tor work oa Sol- Week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Spring Coulee, Ltty yesterday. .1 W were Hutherford. visitors in the Mr. and visitors in Mrs. the .1. II citv McTavish were for tho weok-oud lioni Wilson Siding. I'euiiufulher left on Tonight at S o'clock in the hull of Ihe I'nion church. ;i lecture will bo Blvcn by the Uev. Thomas l'owell on Miss lu::olu Hardie and her guest, j "Other People We Meet.' There will Miss Stewart, left on Saturday to I also bo a sal" of tho vegetables and visit at High Hiver. I fruits Used for decorating the church   " J at the close of the. meeting. Mrs. C. C. Cragg has returned from � .  Toronto, whore she was called to nt- A special meeting will be held at 8 tend tho funeral of her father, tlio lute! o'clock this evening In the cast club Mr. Mitford. room of St. Patrick's church to which    I all the ladles of the parish uro invited Miss Fern Hick and Miss Irene Fors- | to attend. This meeting is (or tint pur- ROMANCE ENDS IN TRAGEDY Tfie following is imn Herald by Anne .Merrill ('anadice nn. M.I' , one of the C, visiting this country a -Ministry of Informal!-young girl from Lidhi iin:-.--inir staff of the i ,le;in. I'arliinson. who b Iy a; rived front Canada tlio central figure in a i has just ended in trag-Miss I'arliinson v.a-Lient. Cliirence Slierlc nf l.etl,bridge, who Itn-i c.une a Hying instttn io-lug in on his new wot 7. as |io:.:-. after all. the-at the ('onuuiight . iike one big .'amor three of 'litin told inn sympathetically, of the giv;,.-courage of their "pal" -she is on-- of the youngest of ibeiii. iind was described to mo ;is j 11 -1 a pink and whit" slip of a girl. She went immediately on night duty and is "carrying on" her work of mercy for the wounded sol dlftrs trying to forget her own grief. A curious coinciibiu e was tint fait that the lovers, in one of their walk;, bad strayed Into the beautiful little cemetery on the Astor estate, which was quite within hospital "bounds." and while there, (he young flylnr of-flcor had said to his sweetheart, that If anything should "happen- to him. ho would like to be buried thore. Sho tried to laugh hilt) out of any thought of such u thing as death, but he inslslod that one never knew; and after ho was killed she received n letter, written nnd sealed at the closo of his happy holiday, talking frankly ovor the possibilities of the future. He had been companioned with death, for [and purposes, the past three and a half years be j together said, and he had never been afraid, nor oven now. though death might be. "Just around the corner" and reponteel tho wish to be buried in the little cemetery thoy had visited. Till' he -still hoped she would never have to read that letter. It was to tie posted only In case anything should happen lo Yosterdny I visited hi* grave, and l"1* h saw Iheruoii masses of tho lovely flow-oi-H that "only Knglaiul knows"-a wbito lirldiil-Uke wreath from his fi iincun, u pillow of flowers fi'otu the nursing staff of the Connauglit Canadian hospital, and tributes from his Flying Corps and from individual friends, including Lt-t'ot. Mowuurn, ciilnf surgeon at lint hospital, (of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridgo). who rc-callod having "brought tho boy Into" I wp'nty-1'onr years ago. The funeral soi'viei) was held In lint little chaiwil near the cemetery, conducted by dipt. Trench, of Kilinonton, and attended by Inn medical stuff, nutsys and other friends. Llout. Sherlock came over with tIto f'andlan Arlllleiy. early In the win* and though he had been two years in France, it seemed to be only recently that bo had had this strange nremoni-tion of doatli. Tho cemetery, which Mr. Ilncluinan also visited, is unique, lutllt In a basin-like hollow in the hillside, and stir rounded .entirely by overarching ,-inil interlacing tre'-s. At a dintiuico one would find it ilifficuli to discover Its i whereabouts, and I war, led into Its | ealliodral-lilut ret rent by one of the i Canadian nurses. It was, about fifty fe.itt long and in the form of tin oval, tho floor as level us a cricket crease, bordered and cross/ftd with footpaths of marble and \v|t\j thu B)',aveslonus lying flat, as the miivblo \vullys.' /\ one end was a cave-like hollow where a marble font stood, halt tilled with wii- , let- whit 11 looked as though it might i have been dripping into it. from ere res in thu overhanging rocks for centuries. ; It may be interesting to now that j among ihe cols in the Couuaught bos-i pial. many were donated by Western-j ers. and in passing through the wards. I I noticed on bras* plates such insvrip-! lions as "The Women of Lethbridge." ' Pupils of Public School, I'inclier I Click." "lied Cross Society, Lacotnbe," 1 "Officers ;ird CM.It., Medicine Hat." J "Hod Cross Society, Lethbridge." "Louise Mewhiiru. Calgary," '-'(.;rutin� I ale Nurses' Association, Medicine illnL* ".Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hick, | C'liiri'Sholm." "Hlairmore," "Frank, ', and many otlieis. A N.N I Knit Ci.uuu winter trench caps. Knit. tl.tmO pairs of mitts. And for good measure will provide rt.ooit regulation military Hhirts. This sounds like reul patriotism. in tbe Cit^ Cburcbee Si MKKItll.I. GENERAL Knox-The Ladies' Aid are arrange Ing to have parcels coasts:lug of cike, .% .) [ sox, etc., sent to the boys a' the front  "' * The women of .Multiloba, next week are going to undertake the largest individual task of war work thoy have yet accomplished in a given short time. Twenty thousand women, affiliated through a skein of over fiui) societies, of many and various names are all going to come for this one task. Kvecy woman's war-working society in the city and province is being invited to join and undertake a definite share of the whole. This is what the women are Kuiug tc do in one mouth; Knit "0.000 pairs of woolen socks, Make Hi.otlti khaki handkerchiefs. Fashion li.nilti great warm wool fr-r Xmas. Tho ladies of ihe congregation .ire iiskeil to begin knitting :it once. Thursday evening. Mrs. McKinney. M.P.P.. of chiresliolm. is lectin Ing in Knox chu:\ u under the auspr-�". of the W.C.T.C. Subject, "Tliq War if the future'." Friday evening, c.hur pi c.itice. Wesley-Mondav a' 7.:i0. Camp Fire fiirl.s. Wednesday at 7.oU, Hoy Scouts. Kvery boy is urged to be on time. 8 p,m . I'nion prayer scrv'tv in Wesley hall i onducted by Dr. I'.itts. the rep-ri senti'.t've of the Rev. W. 1' Stevmiii. Fiidity ul. S. Choir practice Please noie the change, of night from Thursday lo Friday. United-l.'ulon prayer service will be held In Wesley Hall on Wednesday evening at 8. St. Augustin's-Thorn will be a congregational meeting of St Augustin's church next Wednesday evening at S.30 in the hall, at which it is hoped that there will he a large attendance St. Patrick's- -There will be a meeting tonight of the ladies in regard to the Tag day on Saturday next (Sept 21m), as the Daughters of the Kmpint have postponed their Tag Day until Sept. 28th. St. Mary's-Tuesday S.Ot), Teachers' meeting in the vestry. Wednesday 7.:i0. Boy Scouts; S.'M). Parochial association. Thursday 7.4n. Q. A. Friday S.00. Intercession service; 8.30, Choir practice. L. D. S.-Relief Society meets at tho L. 1). S. church at 2.30. Subject: Gene-ology. Christian Science-Wednesday S p. in.-Hegtilar weekly testimony meeting-Christian Church-Prayer meeting Wednesday at Wesley church to meet Mr. Betts, -tho forerunner of I'nion meetings. Choir practice Thursday evenlng in the church. Friday 2.30 Ladles Aid nt the church. CONGRATULATES CZECHS. Washington, Sept. lfl. - Premier Lloyd George, on hehalf of tho British war cabinet, has sent a cablegram to Prof. Thos. Masaryk, presl-deni of the Czechoslovak League, congratulating him on the work being done by the Czechoslovak forces in Siberia against the Germans and Atis-triaiis. MINERS' STRIKE New Glasgow. Sept. 16.-The Pictou county collieries are all idle today aa tho result of a strike by employees for increased wages. IShe AEOLIAN-VOCALION THE tone of "this wonderful new phonograph is fuller, deeper and infinitely richer than you have ever heard before from any sound-reproducing instrument. Its revolutionary tone control-the Graduola- permits an absolutely perfect and artistic modulation of tone, giving everyone the privilege of playing records with individual expression. Come in and hear and plat) the Vo-calibn. We shall be glad to introduce you to this supreme phonograph-even if you have no thought of purchase^. WILLIS PIANO CO. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER HULL BLOCK ;