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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Air..... filGHT TITB LETHBRIDCtE, DAILY HRRALn THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918 iNGElISI PARTY COMING 10 CIIY jr. Stevens and Party to Spend Six Weeks, Starting Janaay Ist ljut renlng a nolon prayer aervloa *iiB held in Wesley hall, conductea by th*, Rev. Dr. Betts, the representatire of iiie Rer. W. H. Stivons Evanfells-tlo party. The party consists ot six, Mr. StoTens, a Oana ^ Knox n'� jnilUnery parlors. The new otfl--ces are very nicely fitted.up and most ;�lt^ctlv� In every way, having a vBPlendid window display. I ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. [Smarty Smarty Gave a Party How Smarty Smarty gave a party with the aid of The Old Woman In the Shoe, and had all the guests from out of Mother Goose's book, Is told by Billy Murray in the new song, "Story Book BalL" It's reproduced on Victor Record 18482 and Masoa & Rlsch Limited, Balmoral Block, Fifth Street, liethbridge. Invite you to oome In and hear it or any one of the many thouBanda of selections wbich waTU gladly play for yon.-Advert. R. A. Smith 24. vs. J. Mack 24. G. H. Harman 24, vs. F. Waddington 24. Supt Pennefather 20, vs. E. C. GuU-bault 2S. B; Bertrand 20, vs. O. C. Deaper 22. W. A. R. Oocq 25, vs. W. V. Poapst 22. A. nsher 25, vs. A. B. Hogg 24. H.G. Maddison 24, vs. H. Hiam 22. P. O. Hyde 20, vs. J. W. Bawden 25. W. G. Nelson 20, vs. W. A, Parker ThuiksglviBg Day is set apart for Bed Cross purposes. There will be a charge of 50 cents, and all playing that day will contribute in that way to Red Cross funds. On Saturday nest a competition will be started, lasting until the end of the month. A charge of 25 cents for nine holes wlU be made. Competitors have the privilege of turning in as many cards aa they choose providing they obtain cards before starting. Prize 41st will he announced later. Players In button competition can put In their cards on same basis, a quarter covering first or double for both rounds. Cards can- be obtained from groundsman. Washington, Sept. 18.-Danish-American commercial and shipping agreements, which have been the subject of negotiations between the war trade board and the special Danish mission In Washington, were completed tonight and signed. Similar arrangements have been made with all European neutrals except Holland. The agreements, which follow closely those made with Norway and Sweden, assure to Denmark a supply of foodstuffs, metals, machinery, textiles, non-edible animal and vegetable products, chemical, drugs and other commodities required for its needs in an aggregate quantity ot well over 352,-000 tons annually. ' Lemon Juice For Freckles Girla! K)ake beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Saueeze the Juice of two lemons Into 'bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you Have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion heautl-tier, at very small cost. , Your grocer has the lemons and any drag store or toilet counter will supply three ounces ot orchard white for a Jtew cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face ,neck, arms and hands each day and see how freck-. lB^: and blemishes disappear and how dean,' soft and white the skin becomes 3>^aa! It is barmlesB.-Advertisement RAILWAY STRIKE IN OOS Hartln, Manchuria, Monday, Sept. 9r-r(A(8O0lated Press.)-^The strike on the CSiiaM* Bastom railway continues to embarass military movements In the Siberian operations. None of the ftrtkers re-appeared for work today, despite the ultimatum that had been presented to them demanding that they resume their work this morning. The first train for a week in the direction of Changehun came into the Har. bin station this afternoon, hoa-vlly guarded by Japanese, Chinese Ciacho-Slovak troops. In order to maintain military hectloh* -with Vladivostok, it has been found necessary to force the engineers to work at the point of the bayonet. CONGRATULATtONS TO SERBIA Paris, Sept. 19.-(Havas).-President. Poincare has telegraphed to Pririoe Alexander of Serbia his cordial congratulations upon- the victory of the Serbian army in conjunction with its French allies. and con- The Windsor Hotel once more figured in the brilliant light ot the police court yesterday, in coimeotion with liquor act prosecutions. Sam Keller was jiicked up b.v the police Tuesday in the hotel in a very intoxicated condition. He was dead to the world, and in his 'outstretched hand was a quart bottle with a couple of good jolts of wiiiskeo' stiil left in the bottom. In the vicinity two other men were picked up in a drunken state. Tliny were .Tohii Lind .-indJas. Hart. AW three men wore fined each $10 and costs by Magistral Irwin. S. Keller and John Lind were agai;) brought into court this morning, and two charges laid against them, one for having liquor in their possession and the other for being intoxicated. Edmonton, Sepl. ISi-r-JWJocd was^ire. ceivod In the city .on ipuesdny that Lieut. Sara Ferguson, n graduate of tho ITniver-ilty of Alberta in Afts in 1915 and later a law ifetudont' with Bootho and Morrow, haiS been killed in action on Sept. 8th. Ho enlisted with tho 196th Universities Battalion in March, 191G, and upon reaching the other side was traiistflfrrefl to a London regiment. Both Lt. Ferguson's parents, who resided on the south side, died shortly after he enlisted. A sister resides in Macleod. Dr. Tory is a rolatlvo and it was to him that the wire telling of the casualty was directed. FINE BOOTLEGGER $125 AND COSTS Detectives Eugan aiid Wigg, ot the provincial police, located a big cache of'boose near Cardston yesterday, and arrested a man named Stewart, in connection therewith. He had brought the stuff from across the line. He was fined In the provincial police court todaT fl25 and costs. CARDINAL FARLEY DEAD MujnaroiieBlt.'N^.Y., Sopl. 17.-Cardinal John Al.'.'Farley, cardlndl arcH-hisliop dt'Now. York, died at his country home .horoionlght. Tho aged prolate had: been >iiijklng rapidly since he suffered a relapse Ihst Satui-day following partial" recovery, from an attack ot pneumonijl. Indeotl for. tho fast three daya phy-sicianq attending;,, the cardinal have been expecting-his death hourly. PRELIMINARY Edmonton, Sept- IS.-A preliminary hearinglwlir be .given Eliza Swain In the provlnoial^bai'raohB this afternoon on a charge of murdering her husband, AIexande^ Swain.  An increase of 18 per cent. In bank clearings of this week over the same week of last year Is shown in today's returns, and Is some Indication oC bueiness conditions as compared with, last year. The figures are as'follows: This week.............11,036,978 Last year.............. 874,920 UN RESISTAN SS 1 FENIN British Advance in Face of This Is All the More Remarkable London, Sept. 19.-(Reuters.)-Correspondents at the front emphasize the stiffening of the enemy resistance, making yesterday's British advance all the more remarkable. German manpower is unusually strong, long range, high velocity guns being employed to draw a line of fire, almost equal to a barrage, across a wide extent of country. Hence, for the first time for a I6ng period, more British casualties are due to shell splin ters than to machine gun bullets. This intensified artillery fire gives an index of the strength of the British effort to clear ridges with numerous fortified villages lying Immediately in front of the main Hindenburg line, into which the Germans are being pushed by irresistible British pres sure. An Important feature of the advance is that the British have not merely passed their 'old lines of March 21', hut have attained their great success near Bellecourt, where the St. Quentin canal, which Is practically an integral part of the Hindenburg line, runs three or four miles underground. This tunnel begins near Bellecourt and ends near the village of Catalet. Lempire hei^hts^ commanding the tunnel, is now largely in the hands of the British and the Germans at this point can hot hope to oppose the advance of tanks, by flooding the country. THE HOME BEAUTIFUL Words that are Dear to Every Woman The Problem of the Beautiful Home is Made Easy Here With the Largest Stock in Southern Alberta to Select From and Our Prices Spell Economy Regular Prices Tell the Story of Ecohomy Able to Start Work Ag ain Trooble Was Easily RemoTed Don't be discouraged if yon find that you have Kidney or Bladder troubles, and don't imagine your case is hopeless or that you will be crippled and suffer all the rest of your life. Here is good news: Gin Pills have restored tbonsands of sufferers to health and strength. What they have done for others they -will do for you. Bead what Mi. J. Harrop says: "I have been crippled up so completely that I cotild not stand. "Work -was out of the question. A few doses of Gin Pills put me right. I cannot praise Gin Pills too mnch, and every home should have a box." Mr. Harrop's experience with Gin Pills has been tfaj same as thousands of others, in all parts of this continent. Take tho case of Mr. B. Milford, Galetta, Ont. Mr. MUford had bceii troubled with backache and kidney trouble for so long that htg wife determined to find a remedy for his affliction. Having ber.omo convinced that Gin Pills were what he needed, i porsuaderl him to commence treatment -.vith this welI-k;iown remedy. He did =0, and surpriginij results were ob-r.-iined almost iramediatelv. This is an extract from Mrs. Mil-Cord's l(-tter:- '�After one dose of Gin Pills my husbaiul found them to he exactly what he ncoded, and after taking two boxes he wcs completely cured." C^.ies like thpae prove the value of Gin-Pills. Try tliem. .Of/c a ijox at all ?f:!lerB. 171 SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM Heavy quality genuine SCOTCH inlaid lino, 2 yards wide. These goods are off the market but we are in the position to supply your wants with this, "THE INLAID LINO OF QUALITY" at the prices prevailing last spring. Not the cheapest but the BEST. j ggi Lineal yard ....................... ........................ 4�Dlf PRINTED LINOLEUMS . Good uafity printed linoleums, made in Scotland's most reliable factory, a large ranga of floral and conventional designs, comes in two yards -wide only. Lineal yard, 12.25 and .......... 2.5a FLOOR OILCLOTH Floor oilcloth with painted burlap back, makes a good hard wearing serviceable'floor covering. A laige range of matting and conventional designs to select from. �. Lineal yard................................................ 1*0U JAPANESE MATTING Three designs only of this splendid floor covering at less than it . can, be bought, wholesale. A delayed .shipment enables ub to sell at this low, price. Per yard, .............,........ 30c Have You Seen the New Linoleum Rugs FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS FUMED OAK BUFFET Solid oak buffet'ftimed finish, top is 20x 54 Inches, with mirror in back, has large linen dra.wer and two small drawers with cabinet. Reg. $53.50. Fri.-SaL^.. $45.00 EXTENSION TABLE Fumed oak extension table, 44 Inch top e.xtendlng to si.t feet, has pedestal base. I^eg. $30.00. Fri.-SaL... $25.00 SET DINING CHAIRS Set diners, consisting of five small and 1 arm, ha.s pad seats covered in Craftsman, Fabricoid, a well finished substantial set. Reg. $41.50. Fri.-Sat.... $35.00 BRASS BED SPECIAL Pull size brass bed complete -with good coil spring and all cotton mattress. Reg. $65.00. Fri.-Sat... $55.00 LEA ROCKER Fumed oak rocker upholstered back -with spring seat covered In good quality Imitation leather. Reg. $12.50. Fri..Sat..... $11.00 The Largest and Best Stock of Rugs in Southern Alberta Selected by us tor their, beauty atid'iser-vjce, giving qualities and at prices that apell true ECONOMY.  ' COME AND BE COPi^iNCED - TAPESTOY RUGS^>J^^^^ A, splendid stock" otVthts Senrft!il[b|i?;irME;: in' all sizes, made with'and'wfthOut-'^eatn.. From $15.00 to $2775^ BRUSSELS RUGS A complete range of sizes in this popular hard wearing rug. In Colorings ari^ designs suitable for "any room. From $14.75 to $48.00 AXMINSTER RUGS This rui with its soft colorings that make it so popular, colors that lend themselves to any color scheme of decoration. From $17.50 to $65.00 WILTON RUGS The rug best adapted for western requirements owing to the close -weave, making it so much easier to keep clean and a rug that will repay the purchaser for the small amount extra Invested. 4-6x7-6 ..... $22.00 to $23.00 6-9x9......$40.00 to $50.00 9x9........$45.00 to $70.00 9x10-6.....$57.50 to $75,00 9x12.......$68.00 to $80.00 Have You Seen the New Linoleum Rugs FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECULS LACE CURTAINS. Six paira only,-laoe curfatnB;,.yiBry tine quality. eO'fincii^s wldie. 2% yards long. R^;$S:Sb. Fri..Sat...... $4.50 TAPESTRY RUGS Two only, i>xl2 seamless tapesttx^ rugs, medallion design In col6rs of green,' red and brown, a very serviceable rug for hard wear. Reg. $33.00. FrL-Sat... $27.75 REMNANT TABLE Voiles, marquisettes, madras, cretonnes and tapestry, in lengths suitable for curtains, etc. PRINTED LINOLEUM About 20 yards heavy quality printad Uno, slightly cracked but (t won't affeot tke wearing qualities. Regular $2.50 lineal yard, Friday and Saturday, $2.00 CUPS AND SAUCERS 6 dozen only. Bleu De Rol cups and saucers. Reg. $8.50. Fri..SaL.... $6.00 LIVING ROOIVI FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT, DRAPERIES CROCKERY A WD R O S. EN 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 625 DEN A LIBRARY FURNITURE DININQ ROOM FURNITURE WINDQW. SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUVl 1169 1 16346390 ;