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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUOAY, SKI'TKMHKM 20. UMK THE LK'J'MMliriXiK fM.-l 7 iJKHALD PAGE KLKVEN DEVICE 10 ENABLE I Optophone, Invenl-.'d In Mr. (;. j K. Fmirnicr d'Allic Tr;m-I niits Letters into SmiuM PERSONAL MIhk All run has arrived In the illy. �  Mrs. II. ,1 II. Slu-illi wji'i a visitor ill i'ulRiiry for a short time this week. Mr And row Carter loft. last week for Vancouver where tic ha:i iirecp'-i'll a ptiritinn as bniil; mamwr Mr-., t'artcr and Master Keuhin will join him later. * * � Mr. T. t;uinii uns a visitor in l'.Iair mure this week in i'onnectlon with the K ('. cai'ii|inl(;ii *  � Mis.-; liei-trud" left today to visit In Calvary and Stratlu-ona. * * i Mr. and .Mrs. MeKinncy left today by motor to return to their heme In t'lareshulin. It. T. Hryuinor ban roik> to ('al;;ary Hi relieve ('. (i. K. Nourse, milliliter of the Hank of Commerce for two weeks. Mr. \ourse is away on a trip to t'liiea^o.    Mrs. W. !l. Held left, on Monday evenliiK for I.othbrldrte. where she expert* id spend tin- fall and winter I'incher t'recli Kcho. � �  Mr. Mclvi.iv of t'ltlRtiry is spcntlinK a few dnys in the idt>.  * � > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * �: > : * > : :>** > �> 'I iie shower that was to have henn held for t!ie Indies of .St. Pnlnci.'s at the home o! Mi'h. A t'. Saunders has hern postponed The amount realized from the lecture Kivi'li by Ml". AleK'inney at KllO>. I'lllirell hul lll^lll lllllOUIItl'il to Mr A .1 MiiIr of Travels, who has been spending .I'vernl day.- In the lily. I"ft las: tifht 10 join hi; pur-| Tiie Kno\ iiiui.Ii CHIT are hold flit.- m Motee .'aw , In- dieir first meeiing In the lorin of ' : i: . I.ethhridce, I ."iiceivetl the par. o| of so-i: - >i day and disiiibnt'd lio'iti ninoni; t'ue ; men of this balti'!'. and tin. v ish nie j to write and thank ;.on So will you 1 please accept my thanks on their be ItaK. Clicks, and esp'-elaiiv liotne made lone; are nliviiy" web-'iinc and I can I assure you that your j'ifl �.>� eppti-e, I atei| |iy ihein If there had been air. 1 ,et li bruise boys; In the Battery I would "f luitr.-c ! have given them the nocks but as then | are none, I �ave thein to the mi's that ; needed them the most. Tliankmi; you all again, I remain. |i. A McKillop � I.ii-ul. L'nd t'anadian Heavy ILi't.-rv Telegraphic Briefs 1 .leu.. i baric | M r s. Hti.'rlay litivlni; resigned iitiiK with her parents in the city | i In iui|;li ill-health, tin olectlon for brliiR their mo'het- �   for the benefit of II,e ladle* inler ested. it is announced that the Ite-bekah- have derided in hold their bai'.iar on Novi'tnber lit B62 Cowan's Cocoa * Perfection 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 "Perfection'1 Brand the finest cocoa in the world. As a liquid food its value is unsurpassed. At a very small cost it may be bought anywhere - and remember it is the economical food to-day. Manufactured in Toronto, . Canada Canada Food Bo�rd, Licen�e No. 11-608. PASS WAR REVE.NUE Washington. Sept. 20.-The' house late today passed the war revenue bill, designed to raise by taxation approximately SB.-182.000.000 of the 24 or more billions needed by the rat:on for the current year. The house measure -the largest of its kind m the history of any nation now goes to the senate. SWEDISH PHINCE DEAD Stockholm. Sept ^n l'riiice l-.i a , Dtlke of Vestmaiitand. youngest sun ol KiliK (Juslaf. died today of pneumonia which developed from Spanish influenza. The prince was :Mi yeat-i old TO COPY MOUNTED POLICE. Wtnnipi'K. Sept. jo it win stated today rhat a proposal would be i>--i|ed In the government of Manitoba that the provincial polh e. with iliftini live uniforms, hit eslahlt-hcd in local de taeiunents to ho stationed at Mtraii'uic points. Miicil as at Judicial d'T supi-i inlenib tits and T'ne ori;ani/.atioti would b . haracter to the N'ort h U  1'olicc. The prijMMil ->�> to he faulty. New York. Sept 1 ,' i a f "iironi'�] p.'.oio- a ! tltat it had tii-hn:: ; to faoiili it i/e I .Ma - of t my '-iind-( dots and i|..:.||(.� of th- .to. ' into wliii !i the all Ii '�  I people li.�v I.....u t; a:' '. i' - tt.,.r the rate of readme '�� il UiiUU'c I'C'.t :-,ii-l .- io- was aid'- t" ri a t ,. '(UicIJi u h'-n h' r iittcn' �, verted by the pi �...'tice i ' i lisleliitu: | eop'e. and t' i I cased willi ciich at t. :i.,; oil.Ion �'1 iii" s i- .air "|.|e tO l.lSllli Hind !.. till i h .-il' e.| i nor, �a a. �flllre-i III) ser(;,..'.iu-iiuilar in t Mount."i in is ail I CIVIL ENGINEERS TO HELP. j Winnlpei:. Sep'.. Ho More than M' civil eniiitleers In i tic city have j nified their intention to help the ����� era! public in the matter of hurniiu: j poft coal during the cotnitu". winter; ihoy will ko to any house where iron hie is reported and nive tree advice as to the best n.etuod. Thin dect-ioti was reached at a regular ineetiui; of tiie engineer.-' ii.-soelation. LIBERTY DAY Washington. Sept. I'o I'te.-idcnt WilHon today proclaimed Saturday, Oct. U', tin; O'.ih anniversary of tiie 1 discovery of America, us I.iheriv Day and called upon all citi/.i-ns to ct-le bratn It to stimulate a ueui'i'o,^ re Rponst! to tint 4th Liberty loan. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND VERY LOW j St. l'aul. Minn.. Sept. Hit. The .on-; dltlon of John Ireland. Roman Catholic i archbishop of St. I'aul. became In creuslnKly grave tliis tiKirtting, His Physic-Inns hold only slight hopes for his recovery. � \v. names | of 15 (iiirmnn brewers who, with Die j 1'lliteil States Hn-wes-h" A.-^ociation. ; raised a fund of $407.iuni from which I $;l7a.hlhl win loaned to Arthur llris- ; bane, right hand i.ian of William Hun- j dolph lle'iiRt. to |ni> the Washington ! Times. ' I I WALTER SCOTT FAVORS j UNION GOVERNMENT ItuKina. Sept. lit. After an absence of two years from llegina, lion. Walter Seolt. priMiiier of Saskatchewan from 1005 till l!Ht). when he resigned owiii'.; to ill health, Is again among his friends | of the prairies. He will .spend ibe winter at Ibe const and in the spring return lo Hegina to live. Asked regard-inn political conditions. Mr. Scott expressed himself as a staunch advocate of conscription and a believer in l'n. Ion government as the means of most effectively conducting war policies of the dominion. lie advised western Llborals lo maintain the government in power. Su'.llill.skV . i i , 1'" ' ers attending the : the Central synod Church of the I'm day, bestowed hie-Wilson and prayed tory for the allies Tile SenSioll W.l- many of the aged . other latiKUiigi' Speak IIU'. .: .s!et- and i-inniver.-aiy the liel'oim States here - on rresiilc II speeill V - ; man In . a;; . � ItU 11 III.'v. Washington. Sept actually delivered to l-'lent Corporal Ion so t ouuts to I,SI l.iiuii ion-tons launched and k>  : OHO. (ieneriil-.M.itiagi'! I'n RUlicy Fleet Corporal i' llglireii to the senate mission today, said o month of Septeutlier reach 4;eiie. this year am-a ith -.fdiii.nuu laid lor 4.In::,. Ol the Kllli'l'- ii. giving the-e einmeree eotn-livery for the proliiibly will UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE Two lirilish airmen had an unusual esperience las; night in the battle zone. Their planes crashed down in (ierman territory, In miles behind the. St. Qiientin canal. The men Were not Injured and trumped back lo their /- n lines, making their way successfully through great numbers of German troops and across the Hind en burg line. W K. Sehooley, of tha Oo�m�rciiil holel, I'ort rolliorne, was lined $700 and ensls for violation uf llto Ontario 'l'�uiperuuc� tt&k HKIJEVE CANADIAN STKA.MKU JS LOST An Atlantic I'ort, Sept l!u. Wreckage, believed to be from the Canadian fishing schooner Otaki". already reported overdue at her home port from the tlshing banks, has come ashore at ii point along the co.i-' The wreck age included several baUeroil dorie; and parts of other criipinent used by tlshing schooners. Th" oukie wi.i a ship of SSI tons register, and was built at .Mahoiie Hay in lall. She was own ed by Abraham Arnst of Mahone Hay and commanded by Capt. Itilesy. She carried a crew of 1 -I. FRENCH ACE MISSING Talis. Sept. L'0. .Suh-l-ieul. Doyau. one of the famous Kiv-neli aces, is reported today to have been missing since Wednesday He U credited willi 8- utu'ial 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. 1 100 YARDS OF WHITE FLANNELETTE .'.t :. e- \aid I.'-ng'h ; ii1 1' ;..irds. ...,ji I length to . I,  u; :one t Snap I 'ri. Iilaciv, ti. n;. . I XI XCy( !" ,u,or''i Sou sly o|:etti t paie'it leather ill button or lace styles. Also patent loath, r with cleth tops in butio't or lace, si/as 'j', tu SNAP PRICE $3.89 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 17 CHILDREN'S BOOTS In tin- "llust.r llrowu" iiiul "i'lassic" makes, ale ilu- most ideal and Mitii-f.tct ury standard tor chlldrcn'ts wear, (iuaianteeil in k'h' satisfaction. Sna|i I'tice, S lo |u'-... "t 'his- 2 11 to 'J. (las 3.89 3.89 SATURDAY ONLY S to L\ "Husier Urowu-' ........ SNAP No. 18 MEN'S BOOTS In IiIhcK or tan wi'li "Panther" mile and rubber heels. A very dressy boot on an up-to dale last. Sizes S'.j to 10. Snap I'rlce, $4.95 SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 19 FINEST QU ALITV "WAG-STAFFE'S PURE BLACK CURRANT Jam SNAP PRICE 4 lb. Q t Pail VIC SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 20 A SOAP SPECIAL "SuniiKiii." "OoM." -p. & ii," and "Napthfi" Soaps. Snn)i Price, 14 Bars 98C SATURDAY ONLY SNAP No. 21 ! RIPE TOMATOES Large baskets of Ripe Tomatoes, the finest grown. SNAP PRICE 28c Ba�ke* SATURDAY ONLY -1 (flir'Budsons'nny (fompany ;