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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918 HIE liETiilJltfLymi UAILX ilEKALA* ll^ > ? : ? ? .? ;.� �.:.;-� * ? ' > PERSONAL * l>l' � * .:.;. � ? � Misses M- Green and. M. Matkln of Magrath, were visitors In, the city for the week-end. v ,'�* Mr. and JJrei;'ft, O'Hagan, Miss O'-Hagan and Miss Merle O'Hagan, have [returned from visiting at the coast. m m m Miss Frances Porter, who has been jvlsltlng In Truro,'^ova Scotia, for the :past three moatli^.'H&a returned tothe icity. .  .^.T---'. * *. * i' 'Mrs.-Elva Harlrti'?,'of Magrath, is Ini in the hospital tii.the city. Mr. Ralph Waddington "t�li6atrt�*l-eiilpigfements booked by M^iS iSt.^enls i^'dsher advanced pup- ils tor the coming seaBoii, During Miss .St. Denis' recent vIhU. in Calgary, Miss Attreo's pupils Knin! d.o.> afternoon studio for her whi offer, .at loaBt tor the pree.ent. , ' ' �  �,?;��'.'�:.,.' * � '� � ? -:. .>."> : .> o Mrs. Stev�ns' secrffrtn of Uin Robe-kahs will meet with-Mrs, luiiKlit. 1218 lird Ave. A. Soutli tomorrow niRlit at .8 o'clock. . ., , �Ddlf't fall to lipafi'/kre.'.Mi'Klniiey. M.L.A., in her - iDp8t''^i!.rf. ? : : CAMPFIRE NOTES ? ? ? ? > ? On Monday, Sept. 16th, the Wesley church Camplire Girls held tlieir first business meeting of the season. The girls organized a Campfire, biisketbali team. The ground to be used for this I purpose was formerly a lawn tennis j court. Another Item of special inler-bst especially to the inotliers of the congregation Is that pf caring for babies and small cWildren In Die ladies' parlor of .the churchf to allow, the inother who would otherwise be detained at home, to attend the morning service. These children will be cared for by the girls of the Cartiplire under the supervision of their guardians. Toys will be^rovided for the children old enough to play with them. The girls are especially Rooking forward to this as it will give tliem a great deal pt pleasure in caring for tlio babies as well as giving them a chance to l-ender a valuable service to their church. The girls also accepted an invitation to go to Barons and put on a demonstration of their work there a.s the congregation of that place wishes to organize a- Campfirij^' |Bsbciation. At a recent meetingi^E the Campfire Girls, it was declded^o introduce a Nursery in connection with the morning services of .Wesley church and that this Nursery 'be conducted somewhat after the manner of the "Little mothers' fiemonstrallon" as given in connection with the recent child welfare, exhibit. The pastor desires to express his personal"'a;]^!]irred,latlon to the girlSj and to assure;;the mothers of small children and babies that as (hi,'! work is undertaken on Sunday morning next by the larger girls un-.der the personal supervlBlon of Mrs, A. iVl', OowHley, one of the Campfire guardians, their .children will he tenderly aiid carefully cared for. The room thoy will use v.'lll be the ladies' parlor,   * . .;. ? RED CROSS NOTES > .;. .> .;. .;. .;. .:� .;. The following articles have been .shipped to the Red Croaii Society (Provincial), Calgary: 12 binders, 24 surgical socks, 42 amputation slings; ISO 'J', bandages, 48 personal properly bags, 12 fomentation wringers, 48 py-jama suits, KG ward shoes, 3G khaki slings, 48 head biindages, 68 handker-chief.s, 24 trench caps, 11 pneumonia jackets, 9(i pairs socks. 96 binders, 420 towels, 120 pillow slips, 30 nurses' ap-ron.s. ,'i4-'opcrating gowns, sheets, ti bath towels, 288 wash cloths. Total 1681. Mrs. Stewart and iVIrs. McKillop. 00 PROfiRESS BE PLACES BURDEN ON THIS COUNTRY Ottawa, Sept. IS.-Ways and means ' of meeting the siluotion created by the judgment of the International waterways commission respecting the Sault dam of the St. Lawrence are now u))der consideration by the gcvernment. The Htlitiide of the gov ernmenl will he defined, it is expected, in a statement to be Issued soon, .Meanwhile, there is hardly , any (lU'.Hllon that difficulties arisiiig are ifiKordod in official circles as .serioij,'*. The rights conferred on the Sr. La^v-renc'c River Pqwer (lompany by thei .Tudsmeiit, it is stated here, throws | tlie burden of tpaiutaining navigation i nn Canada. Developments of power on ' the Canadian side and tlie maintenance of navigation could be effected, j it Is claimed, only at great expense. ; It if: understood that the whole sltua-I lion iy. to be taken pp by the cabinet witlioul delay. � � � : .> .> � � ? STRIKE SETTLED : London, Sept. IS).-Announce- ? nicnt was made this evening : : ? < : ? � PROPOSE COALITION IN GERMANY AniBterdam, Sept, 19,-German Social-Democrats, while not actually refusing to join In a coalition government, tile formation of which has been suggested, would join only under certain conditions and with certain guarantees, says the Berlin Tageblatt. Thfe article printed by the newspaper quotes statements made In parlia-mentary circles to this effect. TIK.C. DRIVE "Vesterday .was, the best day yet In the Knights of Columbus drive for funds' 'for ,their huts for tol-dlers overseas. The citizens are proving gpnerous to the fund. Those who. have'not given yet to this worthy cause will still have ah opportunity to do so, as the city has not yot been fully canvassed. Splendid reports are also coming in from the country districts as to the results oj the canvass there. � Don't forget that Saturday next will be a tag day for these funds. I WIN D. S. O. ORDER London, Sept. 19.-The following have been awarded the Distinguished Service'Order: Major Reginald Sym-monds Tlmmis, Cavalry, Valcartler; leading counter-attack at crtical moment, he conducted an able rearguard action. Capt. Reginald Vernon Blackburn, infantry, Regina, led his company in a raid, rushed a gun post single-handed, killed two and captured three prisoners and the gun. ONLY TWO GET SALARIES Ottawa, Sept. 19.-the Evening Citizen states" that (lie members, of the new C.N.R. board, \vith the exoeption of President Hanna and Financial Controller Mitchell, will not be paid salaries.' The other members: ^ of the Wbard wiltTecetve expensefees for attending board meeting. ' TAX INCLUDES ALL Washington, Sept. 19,-Extension of the proposed special war tax of ?10 a year on business or occupations so aa to include all persons in professions and trades earning ?2,000 or more au-_ nually, was approved today by the house ways and means committee. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" ' "True economy is not saving so much, as spending wisely." In Pianos the truest economy lies in buying the Mason and Risch -beautiful of case-marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. ' Buying direct from the manufacturer you furtlier ac-, centuate the economy-^ur "Factory to Home" proposition permits you to pocket the middleman's profit MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCk FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE in Fall Ladies' Dresses SlUC bRESSES A new tall style, made In the boleto effect, shirred at the walBt line. Long sash girdle. A' ^^style sultablie for street or house '.wear, ftfodorately priced,' 2J SATIN DRESS ^ A green satin dress made In full s^yle with wide girdle and new side panels, embroidered with braid in pretty design. ' oa a a Collar of white satin. At........uU.UU Never in our histoVy have we been able to grive such values as we are giving today^ when you consider the prices a;sked for these same goods today. Ad^^nce buying with no advance in prices makes our store the popular shopping centre of this city. POPUN DRESS A silk poplin dress in wine and navy shades. Made in a bolero style. Neatly embroidered in smart design. liong girdle of self material. White poplin collar. j^j^^Q LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE Full fashioned cashmere hoso In excellent quality ,;ind good solid black dye iu full range of sizes. They arc manufacturers seconds and ^ arc worth easily 7Bc to 85c. '  Week End Special, pair ....... 50c LADIES' VESTS This Is a line we picked up at a snap. Ladles' knitted cotton vests In fine rib v^efive, made with short sleeves and a good weight for this time of year. Regular 75c value. Sole Agents for Nemo Corsets and Brassiers BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER ' Ladles' ^brushed wool aweater In green, made In neat style .with .long sash girdle. Collar trimmed with, white stripe, 11* A A A cap*'t6m^^cb. Set domplete �t..............----.... la�VV LADIES' COMBINATIONS \) .Ladle's' knitted cbttoii comblnaUona In {all weight, made with half'sleeves and round neck^ and ankle length. Esceilent i A|* Tftlue at ,........ ........................ , LADIES'COMBINATIONS . LadieB' knitted cotton combinations in medium weight foi preseni: wear, made from best quality cotton yarn In fine,o og weave:'^Hig\t ^jQl^'ahd long Blee'ves, at.............. Ifftv Week End Special, each 45c BLEACHED SHEETING Our finest quality of pure bleaoHed ahfeetiug, �free from dressing or filling. This sheeting is t\vo, and one half yards wide. If you use the width for the length you can make a big saving in this ' 'Way alone. Regular $1.25 value. Week End Special, yard ....... 95c UNBLEACHED COTTON 20 pieces of fine unbleached cotton, used tor many purposps and absolutely free from dressing or filling. We cannot buy this at wholesale lor this price. Regi^r 25c. Week End Special . . .......18c FLANNELETTE BLANRETS 100 pairs of soft fleecy flannelette blankets in tawn shade, with pink or blue border full double bed size, 60x80 inches. This is the last of this line. They are JS.T.'i regular. Week End Special . . .... $2.90 SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS 50 only, black sateen underskirts bought when the material was right in price, made in good full sizes, well finished and of good quality. Th^y are worth $1.25' to $1.50 today. i Week End Special..........$1.00 WHITE FLANNELETTE Better buy a little of this whole flannelette at � wholesale price. It is 26 inches wide and excellent quality. Our stock can't last long at this price. Five Yards for $L00 VELOUR COAT Ladies' English velour coat In 9eutr8l shade. This js'an exceptionally pretty coat. Made with new panel pocket, trimmed with black i)lU8h and buttons. Large e a a a convertible collar of plush. At ... DU�wU CLOTH COAT An exclusive style in fine English velour in fawn shade. Made with high waist effect and gathered back. Slash pockets and collar of finest quality Australian oppossuin fur. 9000 LADIES'SWEATERS Ladies' sweater coats in paddy green, made with large collar trJmajed with fancy s to match tripe, long sash girdle, also cap | a AA 0 match........................ lO.WW Complete and Attractive Assortment of High-class Quality Furs LADIES' LISLE HOSE Ladies' black lisle hose in good solid black dye, and full fashioned, full range of sizes and special value. ACf At, pair..................................................tpC LADIES'HOSE Ladies' fine silk and Hale hose In pale blue, pink, black, whitCv champagne and palm beach or putty. Good wearing quality. ^ Week End Special CORSET SPECIAL 100 pair of ladies' corsets, made by a well known maker of.high class corsets. Full range of sizes  apd good style and splendid material. Worth $2.00 pair today. All sizes. | jJA Week End ____...............-----i........ l�aU Just Arrived TodaU'-rAnother Shipment of Nisw Fall Dresses � ////, �.///////yx.f.;///./ yy. ;