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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTKMBEH 21, 1HI8 i'AUl: MM hlv\ n i /a .end '. 11 r nlnler. " * " * 1 Mr. 111111 .Mrs. .1. II. Mcl.eod and lit- Mr. and Mis. Holier! l.nhllaw of I In- , lie son Donald, returned from Wlnni gersville. Ontario, an- visileT In the peg and .Stonewall, Manitoba, yestei city witli Mr. and Mrs, James: William-, day afternoon, son. weeks there. TO NEXT-OF-KIN A so many I oral lit as are i cmt.mi the li'.ls for imlTClH .Mr. Charles Sheridan left today to | dotile I lo-s, not. only In ail hraioli return lo the mint. i of tli" fanners' org.inIra1 a.a. !m( * * * jthe ]i.-o[;re-K of .social v/el! twins. Mrs. Tolan, of Montreal, in the gui I * " * for a feu dues with Mr. and .Mis. .1. i �. > : Wallwork. ! o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Miller nave re ; * tnrned from a motor tr |i to Cal;;ar\ j   ' "- and Hanl'i. : , * A s|iecla.l meet hit? oi  � .-' i I...,.-; ot Knox china a �.-.�ill !�� lo EXTE STORE SHIFTS MOW I l''or ri>.rii�n- p in *" � Total worring hours on Katurda> ime-i ' j not exceed e|. yen. The ending of Hie ''; shift a I. :-i\ |i.;n. on oilier da>y. of the fweej- jjins* he niore strictly .idieTed ,, ! to. Httlhii? to be tl-eijv for da'.. J(> ! lion of Hie war if The l-'actorie-, An j reina ins as it i ' Tli" letail merchant;- will nic-i in .>.Mie itnard of Trade building on Tnc... .-.It II l] I hey Will lleeid" that tile Wed  -I (> ha'.f-hoiiday will eea-e allot .j ' Sep: e|i;|n.|- ami tie- i nling p'll in.....: "Tli'.1 only reason we are|allli!s that they were afraid they would ioao tori inneh if the alliefi wcro whipped," is one or the utateiiionts Alleged in the ailirJavil. ii' war is hia'.'iusn tin' iiresidcnl. and Morgan and some of the oilier fellows loaned so timed money to the Mr. and Mis. Ahcrnatby and dani?h- | iftei- spendlni? si\ i '''r ol" ''luiitipioii. are apemlini: a few \ d.i.v.; it) tin tomorrow and a full a'; i)ii' -t ei|. Alt new litem lo he l)(-e:a!lt. ; I Mrs. W. Ileitdersou i and. was a visitor in 'Ii lll'Kinillll!? Uf the week if How 1,1 elty at iiii- I "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" I Mason & Risch Pianos Have a definite established price representing the greatest piano value possible to givo--to pay less is to risk permanency and satisfaction-- to pay more is to court needless expenditure and waste. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOGE A eeneral meeting of 1 chtli will In- heid Iii the \ \ . W'ediie.Mlay. SeptemliC- a i The lirst ineetini? of the . in, , Mr. uiid Mrs. 'Ihoma.. I'eulia.l". -.11 ,llw,UK .n^evved as aim-.-JN'orth Knilway street. M.-dirine Hat. nnnoiii: the eiiKaj:ement o) their 'dain:hti;r (Ireta Vlni'tta 'o I'.ii-liard j Cecil Sellens. of Ottawa. Ontario, tie-jweddlnj; to take piai -1 '.vek : i:i October. "Iliell" Selle,,.- i , a well j known former I ,i-l i 11 > i i i;..- ho\, and a '['\ \eed le wot 1: veteran of the present v.-;ir. II" wti.-i ' ,. tfi,. i'.i,ti|.- ot .M.v l.h I wounded in acieon ami 'anie bai ) sp". V O .oi llal'die's lefer  - 1-- i-itt; i .'s j-'ue of the ! �   The I-aidies' Aid of Hie White La-school ilisfriit. held amaher ei;;o;.a'ii. social evenins; at tie' lioni" of (,'. W Murray on Friday uk'li! A la tee num tier of !.thbrid>;e p 'Ojde vrere pre o � Matli-ds I c A, on I o'elfii-l-.. iir GERMAN REPORT IN MM FIGHTi I so it is hoped as many possible will be'in iitletld si ill lis.vini', new naims iiould call Mrs Modei, . 1' 1 � , 'I'I.e Art o'.v day | Aitisiei-ilain. Sept. "I'- A seini-offi-a"''"ial r�|>or� o;i the recent fij>))tlnt? is-ned in He'h.i by an army expert : on' .Vi!"!' tit had . Til" I'ev. !' Middk't' � K-scrv. ai Ma. h-od. . 1 dm I the services at i i.itri u tomorrow. I GENERAL Mrs Walter Parlhy. of Alix. presi-dent of the I'nited Farm Women of Alberta, on account ol ill-health and the absolute neeess lv ei colllph I" re-.! for sevm-al motiths. ha. 'nccre sympathy. Mis. l'arl by Is a woman of rare ab.litv and her withdrawal from public a.tivlttos is a Mr .lo.-.eph Fann !� i = :>� > ' sal in the V..M C A on M * leailier ;;n Mr. Hanner liaip;n;iii who will lie yi: ' | .i inn ieal trea' for all a :* | V 'I he iliso h" ,'l--si.�|e'i 1 _ ! ..in. Tli" Sir Alexander t .' will be ill charire of :  which will b" lahen ami be sent to the Y M.C.A n. �'>,- v.inch exi-ts. ui i;!: ; o\ :d>�  mu--ic ami ic: im-n; - for oar hoys- ,v t �  \: errata of 111.; i ecital v :.i ed la'er. Viirio-Freii' a for ere, ,f va inly -itice ,s,.pi y to  i '-a'" a suite hie oa ... j, ojii which to "' cttahi i [i"ir aim "i lee;.Line ihrnurh 'I." >:u ied pi -,t ion -. Marshal " Km-;.-.. 'loo|'- le'.ol't.d. on liie istll 1" ; l.r; n.a - . al'.K i. ir.mt i% .mri ' �' "'rhe a'' aci. I.ei,au ..; .". " .: ai. c ii ii i.e.! \ .'-! f||e 1 |. j, l||ep i||| .1 "' id" i-a" oi lie- terraiti Numerous  ' Ii a" i"d forw.iril before '!,.� An-11 clo i-a :�. . i in l,. lit i y. while a si font; .n.roi'i.i o:' ii a' i i  � airmen dc-a e!id'-,| very low in older to shshe tim Co-. "'' las!" ih-fea-" hy n.ai tlim-.'-'mi file ,,n,\ '; ! ,|r. apiuc 's "i'a ise ihiiil:- iloiizi'.i'.u otirt ami Tie i-t.ul' oar iii, ), lleld out. The I'.'-e; h lltree !ll||e; -tortned ill';l;ll-'t 11 11 o! l / - a 11 c o 1111 v.liih- Tri.-i iinl' ll"bl P oat aniii;! four par'i.ii a'lacl, "I la Iii" eoiiMc t:ie Hriii-h mi.-;......J.-.l ''" ,a pre ..iii? in lhe Herman lines, \ft.�r I1" luit.T f.'-htlio: I-ipeiiy and Kotissuy re maineil ,n the lmnd i of i he Ht'i:i:.|i �'Ileyoits i hill attei- turiher artil lery i, i eii.i rat ion th.'ro \va i another to I'.rh. h on-hi n" iii ahoti" I am a.m. '"i!  all aMei-,p:s to adranee from Kon-soy ill �.! "i[,pe,| |,y ilia, hilp'-eilll life \!.s. Iledlumih- ..... ;,, wdl meet et thero -si r. ,::� Ith m:v..; cejic. .,: e;;'h( lo. Tli if After-Supper Specials at Rylands ? ? ? IT PAYS TO SHOP AT RYLANDS-WHERE THE BARGAINS GROW BETTER TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS WHICH ARE ON SALE TONIGHT ONLY FROM 7 TO 9.30. BOYS' HOSE 200 pairs of boys' heavy rlbboct cotton hone in good quality and splendid \voli;ht for present wear. Thoy come lu sizes !)Vi antl 10 only. Regular :!ilu to �10c villus. After Supper Sale, pair..................25c ROLLER TOWELS llea\y roll, r towels, made! of white Turkish tinvelliiiK or durlt natural oolor with rod border. Splondhl absorbent quulity and all ready for tine. lii-Ktilar value flfh'. After Supper Sale......................75c BOYS' SWEATER COATS 5(1 only, hoys' heavy sweater ooatfi. Just, the. thing for full wear. Close i'IUIiik lit. neelt In good shade of grey only. Sized 2S;lu. Worth easily ?1.2,r). After Supper Sale, each.................95c LADIES' COTTON VESTS 100 I.ikIIok' knit toil cotton vests, niiulo In lilRh nuek Htyle unci Ioiib Hleevo. Uuud uveniKO slzeg. Worth BOc. After Supper Sale......................25c LADIES' APRONS fill only. Imllen' aprons, miiilo from Rood quullly of print, not a coverall, hut a handy apron for use. lu tho kltclioii. KoRUlar 45c value. After Supper Sale......................30c LADIES' HOSE An extra speelal In ladies' cotton hose with cuBluuere finish, full fashioned and well nuido in every way, sizes !l, D1/:: and 10. lingular 450 value. After Supper Sale, 35c, 3 for...........$1.00 "The Phonocjr.-ipli With a Soul" The EDISON loads-others follow. Styles and prices to suit everyone. Come in and hear it. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street S. Phone 15-)a Remstnbcr the Address Drawing AND Painting Miss E. F. Kirk Trained and t'ertllhated under Smith Kensington and under lloyal Drawing Soelcty.of. Great Uritnln and Ireland. Classes at V. .\l. (1, A. for oil and water color ymlijtiUK, ulso for drawing. Tuoadays, 4 to G.30. $3 month Tuesdays, 7,30 to 9.30, $4 mon�fc Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 12, $5 per month. Mondays, 4 to 5.30, $3 month TERM OPENED SEPTEMBER 3 Pupils may join at any time. Addrcc*. Victoria Maiulom, Lethbrldge t ej.nhir monthly u    Ali-x.iii'!-r i;,ill i"n ipt- l i.rI) \\ '.vr,;-held iii Ih" V M C A Tl Hi" -his I'.eh The Wool eoTuuiltti' � r..po-e.| :'u| Her of W.illi ;',i\en out 'n till' fi !.,,! I.!|i|. ters last W""l-. I'le- s'.itene-nt i�f tie-rold and ..tlver lion i. fid- low.: Old so!.!. �r. :� �iw ........ Rolled plat.-. ::. . 2 �.i I -_. . ' Realizing a toi.ii ......... .> in- n'lit in aid of a [ i i a -; oner of war. j The Niwt .;f K iii a - nictation held a I meeting ii'- the M.e... Hall last even-ling at whie'u \i'- l.ongworth was j elected pre iideut lo- iieelainiatlon to j tr.ki! the place uf Mr . liarclay, who Is  retiring on ticeoun: of ill-health. A i {vote of sytnp;:!!iy u.ih the 1 nui'y of | | the late .Mrs. Kno:; .uid Mrs. Smith'] | was i>as;i( il. 111-in'.he husine.ss -a \ letter was rea.t h> the (1AV.Y.A. on : the coal iiuestlon. s'atlng thai the sol- i ilierr.' dependents . .nild not h�ve coal at miners' prices. It. was decided lo take action and to .vrite to the con! operators and see what could lie done. A resolution was al.-o read hy the (I rout i War Veteijiiiis Association regarding tin1 Meunonite (iiiesliou prot ent in;; against their coining into the country and heing exiuiipt from military service. It was deci led to t'orwtird a copy of the rc.s'oliil ton lo Mr. Ittiehau-att. and .'i!mo one In "ach of the In.in] che-'. of the Next of Km asso.-iat'ons. i The social part 'of the (.veiling was ' of a v.-ry quiet nature owing to the ! loss of the two hue mentlii rs. Muring ; the owning .Mrs. Lungwort!! pn.-v:it"d ' Mrs. Harclay with a heam li'u! )>ut i � -disli and a cold meat fori, on h!;�- ill;- vi " uti 'n , ,>.-. ;fu). j �U'ia.. ".\!l I'e- ll"'l!i!ll; neeurreil oh ter- | nm in ironi ot tae Siegfried line. | ,n .,: tie greatest exertion ot i tie* .�ie'iuy." it i . declared. ; SON HAS HIS FATHER 1 ARRESTED AS AN ENEMY] South li-Mid. 111'! Henry Itoetclier. I aged was arre.i!�.l at his Inline; churned witli heing an enemy alien, j The ai'idavit was .sworn to hy-hls son, ; Arthur \V. lloet. In r. win. said his fa j ther had made mau> ij I'lisonnlile u' I EAVY BAiL .Macleod, Sept. M. - AVnlter I [tit ton, the driver of the e,ir in which 11, llat-ton, the 1 ti-year-old lad. was killed, whoa the car went over I lie uliutuient of the McK'en/.ie hridge, last Sundtiy, wiih held lu hail of ?70l>0 to; the resiill of tim iti(|tte:it into tho ease hy Coroner (.'raily. llnttou was titular the Influence of liiiuof at tho time, and will prehahly ho charged with manslaughter, lie made llie statement at. tho Inquest (hut it was tho lust drop of whlsliuy he would over lake. Cot r fit stylr !icni liyutll dressed young men �n all localities. Isace boot-mtdium udrro;�' recite tvf, It/.v /ucl-made in bhek, ten or patent calj. Price, $7.00 to $10.00. Good Value and How to Get it YOUR interest, ;is a member of the consuming public, and oui.i as Canada's largest mamif.iciliters of shoes, are really idemieal. Th'-y may be summed up in a single phrase: '"Quality Shoes at Fair Prices.'' A f;iir price today is1 a higher price than usual, because the cost of cv cry item of material and labor which goes into a pair of shoes has increased greatly and is si ill increasing. In order that you may continue to get quality at fair pricet, wo shall feature in advertisements certain specific shoes which Ave know will give you good value. From our knowledge and experience, we will suggest to you the best methods of buying, whether you select shoes of our manufacture or not. Wc ask you to buy for service rather than merely for style; to go to a reliable dealer, and to look for the manufacturer's trade-mark on the shoes. By so doing you may be assured of good value for your money. AMES HOLDEN McCREADY . ,- IIMITID Shoemakers to the Nation" ST. JOHN MONTKKAL TORONTO ^ WINN1PKO M>MONTON VANCOUVE* 1769 ;