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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBKH 20, 1918 THE LETHBRlDGE Da.-LT JJERALD PAGE ELEVEN ; PERSONAL : : : o ? \ Miss AUrea has avrlvfid In the city. ' * -  Mrs. H. J. JI. SkeiUi was a visl.tor In Calgary for a short time this, weelt. Mr. Andrbw Carter left .last -wfeek for Vaucouver where he has accept-etl a poBitipn as bank manager. Mrs. Carter and Master Reubin will join him later.  * * Mr. T. Qiulnn was a visitor In IJlalr-more tills week in connection with the K.C. campaign. .Miss Gertrude Hough left today to visit In Calgary and Stratlicona. � � � Mr. and Mrs. .McKinney left today "by motor to return to their homo in Claresholm. *  ,  Mr. A. J. Mulr of Travers. w^ho has been spending several day.s hi the city, loft last night to join his parents in .Moose .law. 4" * * Mr. and.Mrs. i5. .l.\Shepherd,'have returned from holidaying at Proctor. * #  Lleul. Charles Knrr of the Frank Sanltorium is a visitor in the city. ^ m m 'Mrs. M. E. Keliy, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Long, of Lethbridge, lias returned to her home.-Calgary Canadian.    Miss Beatrice Cronkhito has resign-ort her position at Pakowki and is visiting with her parents in the city. li. T. Brymner has gone to Calsjary to relievo C. ,G. K.-Nourse, manager of Hie Banlc of Commerce for two weeks. Mr. Nourse is away on a trip to Chicago.  *  Mrs. W. n. Held left on Monday evening for Lethbridge, where she pxpect� to spen'd the fall and AVinter. -Pincher Creek Echo. Mr. Mclvor of Calgary is spending a few days In the olty. ,    � ' i� CHURCHES AND 80CIETIE5 ? :>&*>��*>� The shower that was to have been lield tor the ladles of St. Patrick's at the home of .Mrs. A. C. Saunders has been postponed. The amount realized from the lecture given by Mrs. McKinney at Knox chiiroh last night amounted to $30.  �  The Knox church C.G.I.T. are holding their first meeting in the form of a mother and daughter supper on Monday night at fi:30 in the church. All the teen age girls of the church are cordailly Invited to come and bring their mothers.  � a For the benefit of the ladles interested, it is announced that the Re-bekahs have decided to hold their bazaar on November 16. � *  The Next-of-KIn will hold a meeting In the Moose hall this evening at 7:30. Mrs. Barclay having'resigned through Ill-health, an election for president will take place. All members are a_sked to be on time as evening will be spent after (he business. m m - The following letter has been received by the Secretary Sir Alexander Gait Chaptei', I.O.D.E.: ..... At the Front, August 8. 1918. Oflicers and Members, I.O.B.E., Lethbridge, ' I received the parcel of socks yesterday and distributed them among the men of this ijattery and they wish me to write and thank you. So will you please accept my thanks on tjieir be.-half. Socks and especially home-made ones are always welcome and I can assure you that your gift was appreciated by them. It tbere had been any Lethbridge boys in the Battery I would of course have given them the socks but as there are none, I gave them to the ones that needed them the most. Thanking you all again, 1 remain, D. A. McKllloj), Lieut. 2nd Canadian Heavy Battery. HE RE Optophone, Invented by Dr. G. E. Fournier d'Albe, Tran-mits Letters into Sound Telegraphic Briefs B62 eiOWANlS QOGOA ^ Per feciion^^ Brand , ; A Cocoa that is brimful of nourishment containing the beautiful aroma of the finest cocoa beans skillfully blended. . Years of experience in the cocoa trade has produced in our.VPerfection' ' Brand the finest cocoa in the world. As a liquid food its value is unsurpassed. At a very small cost it rnay be bought anywhere- and remember it is the economical food to-day. Manufactured in Toronto, , Canada Canada Food BoHrd, Licenw Ne.11-608. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" There is an exceptionally k?en demand for Pianos at the present time-particularly for Mason & Risch Pianos -the Pianos that are known for their Beauty of tone, handsome cases, and pre-dprninating super-quality throughout. VlTien you buy a Mason & Risch you get a Piano guaranteed from the castors up-whether you chofjse ihe small boudoir upright-the "Biggest Little Piano" ever made - or the Parlor Grand-Peer of all-you're sure bf; satisfaction and extra value for your rnoitey. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST, 8, ^ETHBRIDGE PASS WAR REVENUE Washington, Sept. 20.-Ths' house late today passed the war revenue bill, designed to raise by taxation .approximately $8,-182,000,000 of the 24 or more billions needed by the nation for the current year. The house measure -the largest of Its kind in the history of any nation now goes to the senate. SWEDISH PRINCE DEAD Stockholm, Sept. 20.-Prince Eric. Duke of Vesimantand, youngest son of KIng'Gustaf, died today of pneumonia which developed from Spanish influenza. The prince was 29 years old. TO eOPY MOUNTED POLICE. Winnipeg, Sept. 20,-It was stated today that a proposal would be issued to the government of Manitoba that the provincial police, with distinctive uniforms, be established in local de tachraents to be stationed at strategic points, such as at judicial centres under superintendents and sergeants. The organization would be -pimilar in character to the North West IVIounted Police. The present system is said to be faulty. CIVIL ENGINEERS TO HELP. ; Winnipeg, Sept. 20.-More than SO civil engineers'iu the city have signified their intention to help the general public in the matter of burning soft coal during the coming winter; they will go to any house where tro' reported and give free advice as to the best method, This decision was reached at a regular meeting of. the. engineers' association. LIBERTY DAY Washington, Sept. 20.-President Wilson today proclaimed Saturday, Oct. 12, the 426th anniversary of the discovery of America, as Liberty Day and called upon ail citizens to celebrate it to stimulate a generous response to the 4th Liberty loan. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND VERY LOW St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 20.-The condition of John Ireland, Roman Catholic archbishop of St. Paul, ' became increasingly grave this morning. His physicians hold only slight hopes lor his recovery. EDMONTON MAN IN LINE Toronto, Ont., Sept. 19.-The name of Lieut.-Col. W. E. Irving, D.S.O., formerly medical health officer of Edmonton, is being mentioned as the successor to Lieut.-Col. E. S. Ryerson, who la shortly vacating the post of assistant director of medical service in this district. GERMAN BREWERS PUT UP MONEY FOR NEWSPAPER Washington, Sept. 19.-The federal custodian of alien property, A Mitchell Palmer, made public today the names of 15 German brewers who,~ with the United States Brewers' Association, raised a fund of $407,000 from which $375,000 was loaned to Arthur Brisbane, right hand man of William Randolph Hearst, to buy the Washington Times.  WALTER SCOTT FAVORS UNION GOVERNMENT Regina, Sept. 19.-After an absence of two years from Regina, Hon. Walter Scott, premier of Saskatchewan from 1905 till 1916, when he resigned owing to ill health, is again among his friends of the prairies. He will spend the winter at the coast and in the spring return lo Regina to live. Asked r'dgard-ing political conditifins, Mr. Scott expressed himself as a staunch advocate of conscription and a believer in Union government as the means of most effectively conducting war policies of the dominion. He advised western Liberals to maintain the government in power. UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE Two British airmen had an unusual experience last night'In the battle; zone. Their planes crashed down liv German territory, 10 miles behind the St. Quentin canal. The inen were not; Injured and tramped baolc to thoirw^ n lines, making their way .successfully through great numbers of German troops and across the Hindenburg line. W. E. Schooley, of tha CoBiinercial hotel, Port Colborne, was fined $700 and costs tor violatlou of the Ontario Temperauce Aflik New York, Sept. 17.-'riif; l.,ondon Ohronlcio of 2.S rontairiod the following: An instrument called i,lu; u])lo;)liono, has been invented by Dr. :o. E. Fournier d'Albe to enable bliii;! pfiople to read ordinary print by the transmls-Bion of the letter values into sound. It'owes its exlistencc, indirHc-lly. to thu fact that one day. abiuit' forty-five years ago, an unsatisfailDry foaturo was noticed in the workiiif of the trausallantic cable station at Valen-tia. off the coast of Irelaml. The trouble was foiiiul (n lie in the sllenium used at the station, and this led' to the discovory ilial Kilfjnium responds in a certain way when nx- j posed to light. Working from lliis | fact Pr. Fournier d'Albe Iuih produced j this optophone. The method employed in m throw iii-terrailtciit light of five di(li;rent "frequencies" on the type of an ordinary hook qr newspaper. The liook iie.s face downward over lii*' instrument. The reflected light is rci "ived on a sllenium tablet, which Irajismits to a telephone a set of soiin'l.^ corresiiond-Ing to the various shape.s of ili-.lB reported today to have been missing since Wednesday. He is credited with S2 aerial victories �-~' - A Message from ''The Bay''^ An Important Message of Savings For SATURDAY SHOPPERS 21 clean, crisp, snappy bargains in harmony with this clean, crisp, snappy weather, at prices just as clean, crisp and snappy. But remember, the prices will apply for SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 1 190 YARDS OF WHITE FLANNELETTE At liiic yard. Lengths ol' 10 yards, only 1 length to each customer. Snap Price, $2.59 Length SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 2 ' 120 Yards of STRIPED FLANNELETTE At 30c yard, in lengths of 10 yards, only 1 length to $2.49 Len gih each cu.stomer. Snap Price, SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 3 50 PAIRS OF FLANNELETTE SHEETS In white or grey. Two different sizes. Snap Price, 2.49 & 3.29 Pr SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 4 Ladies' White or Grey Siiede Gloves Regular $1.75 and ?2.00. Snap .Price, $1.29 Pair SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 5 50 PIECES OF BEAUTIFUL. SILK RIBBON 2 to 4 inches wide, in colors apple green, brown, paddy and blue. Regular 15c to 25c. Snap Price, Per 9c yard SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 6 LADIES WASHABLE VELVET SUEDE GLOVES In white only. Regular ?2.50. Snap Price, I $lv&d Pair SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 7 FLOOR OILCLOTH Three patterns in this, including the blue and white block. Regular $2.10. Snap Price, Lineal Yard COMPARE PRICES SATURDAY ONLY $1.39 SNAP No. 8 A MOST LOVELY SILK POPLIN 36 inches wide, In colors navy, black, old rose, grey, brown and plum. Regular ?2.25 yard. Snap Price $1.79 Yard SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 9 PRINTED LINOLEUMS A wide range of patterns and .colorings including the block and tile designs. Regular ?2.85. Snap Price, L ineal Yard COMPARE PRICES SATURDAY ONLY $2.19 SNAP No. 10^ SNAP No. 11 SNXP No. 12 Sale of Silk Dressefs REGULAR VALUES TO $25.00. . TAFFETA SILK d�-l ii rtn SILK POPLIN In colors grey, black, navy, I xl SlO'C -� colors Belgian blue, sand, brown, wine, green, etc. miM 1 "^g ^CJ navy, black, prune, Russian -FOR- T w^^ green, etc. This is a .special purchase; made by our Mr. Smith, during his visit East. Absolutely the latest modols never previously opened out. They w ill be on sale at this price on Saturday and Monday only. SEE THEM IN OUR NORTH WINDOW. HAVE YOU Seen Our REST ROOM? It is the daintiest and most restful in Alberta. Make use of it SNAP No. 13 For the Boy BOYS' SUITS In Norfolk and Pinchback styles. In tweeds and fancy worsteds. A large range of patterns in greys and browns. REGULAR $9.00 SNAP PRICE 6.49 8.49 10.49 SATURDAY ONLY REGULAR $11.00 SNAP PRICE REGULAR $14.00 SNAP PRICE SNAP No. 14 For the Youth 11 ONLY, YOUTHS' SUITS 3 pieoe, with joug trousers, coat made in -the late.s.t. Pinchback belted model, and the patterns and doloi'lngs are the last word in youths' clothing. Sizes 34 to 38. Regular ?26.o0. Snap Price, " $19.49 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 15 For the Man 12 ONLY, MEN'S SUITS In a very neat dark grey worsted-just the thing for fall wear. A beautifully tali-ofed garment and splendid fitting. The latest conservative model. Sizes 36 to 44, Regular J27.00. Snap Pflce, $19.95 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 16 LADIES'BOOTS Of patent leather In button or lace styles. Also patent leather with cloth tops in button or lace, sizes 2U. to 5. SNAP PRICE $3.89 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 17 CHILDREN'S BOOTS In the "Duster Brown" and "Classic" makes, are the most ideal and satisfactory standard for children's wear. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Snap Price, 8 to 10%, "Clas- � aq sic" ............... iitUif 11 to 2, "Clas- Q AQ sic" ............... OtOU S to 2, "Buster o �q Brown" ............ J.Oaf SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 18 MEN'S BOOTS In black or tan with "Panther" sole and rubber heels. A very dressy boot on an up-to-date-last. Sizes 5% to 10. Snap Price, $4.95 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 19 FINEST QUALITY "WAG-* STAFFE'S PURE BLACK CURRANT Jam SNAP PRICE Pail yic SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 20 A SOAP SPECIAL "Sunlight," "Gol^," "P. & G," and "Napthji" Soaps. Snap Price, I i 14Bars/9gc SATURD^rONLY SNAP No. 21 ! RIPE TOMATOES Large baskets of Ripe Tomatoes, the finest grown. SNAP PRICE 28c Basket SATURDAY ONLY 11 02853711 ;