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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918 THE LETHBRfOGE DAILY HtfRA?,T? PAGE ELEVEN  ;.' PERSONAL *  Ar B. Humphries has returned from .Victoria. �  � . $lr. F. B. Spooner left yesterday Afternoon (or Calgary.    � Mrs. Stanley Whitney left yester-Klay afternoon for Calgary, r ' �   Miaa Cook, who has been visiting (til Calvary, returned to the city yesterday,   � ,'Jlr. Hssery, who has been visiting In the east, passed through the city yesterday on his jray to; Calgary..    Mlas Pollock,' who has been visiting ' in the city .with Miss Jeanette Murroy, left tfeis afternoon for Calvary.    Judge Jackson has returned from attending the General Synod of the Anglican church in Toronto, and the tied Cross. � �  Mrs. Lea has arrived in the city from BatuV -Lake, B.C., .and is the guest of MIbb E. V. Kirk, Victoria Mansions.    Dr. J. H. Rivers is leaving shortly as a delegate from the Alberta Conference to attend the Methodist General Conference, which is being held in Hamilton. . .  �  The friends of Mrs. Thomas Muir will be pleased to hear that she has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital and is sow the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Craig, 1266 4th Ave. N.    The engagement is announced of Wlnnlfred Gertrude, younger daughter of the late W. H. and Mrs. Meredith, 14 Division Street, Toronto, to Howard A. Moore, merchant, of Medicine Hat. The wedding will take place in October.   -   social events   � Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon entertained the members of the' Knox J:- O. C. class at a delightful evening spent at her home on Wednesday last.'  � * * .......... Miss Hazeli entertained a few-friends at her home last evning in honor of Miss Pollock, who is visiting in th city with Miss Murray.  * * Miss. Margaret Jarvis gave a delightful party for a number of her little friends yesterday, the occasion being her birthday.   ........ A most enjoyable afternoon 'was spent yesterday when the LadieB' Aid of the United church entertained the Ladies' Aid of White's appointment. The first part of the afternoon was in the form of a missionary meeting after which the ladles took part In a novel form of guessing entertainment. The first prize was won by Mrs. Robert Murray and the booby prize by Mrs. Wilson, of No. 3. Songs vrere given during the afternoon by Mrs. Moode, Mrs. Byrom and Mrs. Ross. Refreshments cbncluded a very pleasant afternoon. � � � A delightful time was spent on Sat-urday 'when Mr3. M. L. R. Lloyd of Magrath, Alta... entertained quite a number of. children' for her .little son, Maurice. The rooms were beautifully, decorated, the table- arrangements being carried out in pink and green. Mrs. Lloyd was assisted by Mrs. Mac-Lean, and the Misses May 'food Mil- .. * : : ? * > �>��  churches and societies >  * . Tomorrow Is the annual tag day* of the Sir Alexanders.Gait.Chapter T.O.D. fOS. *� ^Aem'd'mti^rinf^the':sp1ehi^|.ar~ work they have done .miring* tie last Tew years it- should not be necessary to ask that everyone do their utmost to give towards the great cause and have a liberal contribution ready for.the taggers who will be on the streets. - *  The members of the Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls of Wesley church are putting on a demonstration meeting this evening at Barons. The party will be conveyed to their destruction will be conveyed to their destination by automobiles.   � Special, anniversary services will be held at the Pentecostal Assembly hall, 206 13th St. N., Lethbridge, Sept. 28th and 29th. Evangelist M. P. Swan, of Minot, N. B., will preach. Meetings will be held on Sat. 8 p.m Sunday 10.30 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Wctqr Records 'His Master's Voice" the new Agency at the / r WILLIS PIANO store is making a name for the service it is giving its patrons. The stock is most complete. The assistance! given purchasers is skilled and helpful. . Gome in and hear some of these: . ^ Oh Rest in the Lord - - - - - by Clara Butt -;Wio world famed contralto. This great oratorla solo �  ' ' .. (BHjah) is her favorite number. Oh Dry Those Tears - - - - - - Evan Williams . Ton shquld know this song as sung by the great Welsh-American. A good number Indeed. Una Voce Poco Fd - - - - - - - Gaffi-Curci's .latest; record. The-great aria from Rossini's Barber of -Seville is exceptionally long and exacting. It takes a Galll-Curcl to do it justio'e.  Billy Williams Sings - - - Save a Little One for Me and The Cottier. This great English tanifc *�h artist is-at his 'best"on'the' Victor Records, 1 all the latest popular 80NOS and oance8 ........ hull BLOGK - H. C. C. SALMON, manager the question1 of the Rumanian dynastic succession. When King Ferdinand heard of the marriage he ordered that the crown prince be given 75 days', solitary confinement for absenting himself without leave from iiis garrison. \ King Ferdinand also sent an emissary to Bender, Bessarabia, where the young couple are spending their honeymoon, with instructions to try, and undo the nuptial knot, but to no avail. The bride refused to part with-her wedding ring and .the crown prince declined to leave b^r.' '� Crown Prince pfiaMss has not yet-voluntarily renounced the rights of succession and the king is reported to be very angry. The Rumanian constitution does not contain a clause barring a morganticaJJy married crown prince from succession to the throne. : ... . '� The present, cale Up a'peculiar fea-U$e,.j4 that ii^recan that King Fqr-_ dinand. in his 'J'outh Sid a love affair' with' Helehe Vacaresw, his mother's, lady of honor.. Premier Catargui threatened to resign if- the king did not veto the proposed union and it came  to nothing. -Should Crqwu. Prince Charles renounce his rights'of-succession his brother=Nicholas would become the heir appacejat. There is much excited- gossip in Bucharest, according to a telegram to the Vossische Zeitung of Berlin, as to what would happen in:the eventuality of Queen Mary, who is strongly antl-German, becoming, regent. ^> ^� ^* .j. ^ .j. �*. �j> �^� .*. �}* ^1 ? ? ? ? ships in Chilean harbors. ? ***�**:*:> CHILI OCCUPIES GERMAN VESSELS. ' Santiago, Chile, Sept. 20.-^ The Chilean government to-' night ordered the naval authorities to occupy with- armed forces all the interned German ships in Chilean harbors. *'?'wmirr/i;j Many of the bravo women who attend our wounded heroes in this war are women who have used Doctor Pierce s Favorite Prescription, or who recommend it. - The hospital, with its work and long hours, imposes extreme hardship on a woman's strength. Every woman should mako herself fit for war s call it home or abroad. She should obtain a book called the "Medical Advisor," cither at her nearest drug store or by sending SO one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce, Courtwright St., Bridgeburg, Ont., for this book which tells about Nursing, Bandaging, Anatomy, Physiology, Marriage. Thousands of women in Canada have overcome their sufferings, and havo been cured of woman's ills, by Dr. Piorce's Favorite Proscription. Sold by druggists in liquid or tablets. -Send Dr. V. M. Pierce,- Buffalo, N. Y., 10o for trial pkg, Chatham, Ont. -i "I sm very glad indeed to add my recommendation to fhe . many other* that h�vo found relief in 'F�vorite Pro-criptioJl.' After motherhood I oould not; proporly regain my strenzth. I irae very weak and norvoue, �lno had a torrible a cougli. 1 was very nuserable when-1 beean taking 'PreaonptioU.' . I the, notiocd a- marked improvement before I bad SnUhed one bol.tlo. I Kept up its uae acd w' completely cured of my eouch arid it built aaa tf9 izz r, good healthy etate. Favorito PnaaixJfoiL -r '.---o of tho bset'tonun for woineu/f-Mt*.%U, JtMfcMO WMinMmat.* WANT STATUS OF USSiANS SET Russians in Canada Protest to Government Over Many Arrests Toronto. Sept. 27-The following resolution from the delegates to the convention of Russian Councils' of Workmen and Peasants;, which has just concluded its sittings here, has been sent to the Canadian government: "We, the assembled delegates to the convention of Russian Councils of Workmen and Peasants, after hearing reports from various parts- of the country, complaining of the repression adopted by the police toward various Russian people, do hereby protest to the federal government against this unwarranted treatmejoyt of a law-abiding section of the community, We also contend that many of the arrests of Russians that have taken place are wholly unjustifiable and are contraiy to the spirit of fcreedom and true democracy. We, therefore, respectfully request the restoration of the pre-war status of Russian citizens in thiB country; or, as an alternative, that the said citizens be given deportation to - their native country, and whereas, Russia having no responsible representatives in Canada, we respectfully request that the Canadian federal government endorse the nominee of the � Russian councils In Canada whose duty it will he to protect the interests of Russian people now residing in Canada.'' The resolution is signed by Secretary Teamoon and Chairman Ardukoff. 5*  > > *> *8*  "Of ;-> -..-.'� ? ? ? As so many' local organisations, are contemplating sending Xmas parcelB to our men at the front, and in.many cases, the addresses are incorrect, will all those who have relatives overseas Uin,diy leave tfea address at the Patriotic F*'*?i Office, Post Office biilding;, an they are assis'tlh^W coin'bllJnk \ the lists for parcels. ATURDAY SNAPS FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS SNAPS SNAPS SNAPS in the Dry Goods Section ladies' tan cape gloves. Hudson Bay brand. No better wearer made. Sizes 6 to 7. Regular ?3.50. Saturday Snap ... 5.00 2.99 ladies' black kid gloves of a splendid quality. All sizes in stock. Wholesale price today is $2.50. Saturday Snap .... 1.69 ladies' white washable suede gloves, with gold and black stitching, in all sizes. Regular $2.25. Saturday Snap .... 1.69 ladies' fleece lined gloves, 50 dozen, white, grey, and black. Very special. Regular 75c. *Q Saturday Snap........ "��7U EXTRA SPECIAL big hosiery values for big boys. 10 dozen only, sizes S'/a, �, 9%, 10. Saturday Snap- 3 pairs, $1.00 DRESS MATERIAL Beautiful Tartans. Plaids and Checks. 30 inches wide in a big range of colorings. 1 | q Saturday Snap, yard^^ 1.1�/ BROADCLOTH 3 bolts only of above, 54 in. wide m navy,'� saxe and black. Saturday Snap, "_ ' A QQ yard?*.... ..�>.'.  Tt��f5/ SHEETS extraordinary 35 .pah-.s only to sell qf Grey Flannelette Sheets. You'll. have to be early to secure- a-pair. Saturday Snap, . o nn pair, .............U�L9 IF YOU ARE IN TIME You may1 secure a snap in Towels. 50 pairs only, Write Terry Towels with a blue border, size 16x36. Saturday Snap, Aft. 3 pairs................ l.UU SNAPS All Over the Store in the Men's Wear Section men's all wool pullover sweaters. A good medium weight genuine wool "pull-over" in plain and club colors. Sizes 34 to 42. Saturday Snap ......,. MEN'S UNDERWEAR In heavy ribbed wool. S piece garments. The celebrated "Pen-angle'^ brand. Sizes 34 to 44. Saturday Snap .. DRESS SHIRTS 39 only, to clear, of Men's Pine Dress Shirts in a variety of neat stripes and patterns, sizes 1.4 and HVZ only. Reg. aa $1.50. Saturday Snap.. UUC MEN'S HOSE A beautiful: line of these in Silk and Wool Mixture, in black only. Sizes 10, 10% and 11. Saturday Snap, Qiji. pair..... ..... .....OVC in the " Furnishing Section LIQUID CEDAR WAX Cleans, polishes and beautifies floors, furniture, woodwork, etc. 16 oz. bottle. Saturday r/� Snap PUC, 1.50 LIQUID VENEER 12 "Makes old things new.' oz. bottle. Saturday qq Snap .................. OtfC A SNAP IN Silk Dresses These �re."a"beautiful line, of-;goods in,the very latest models iahdVicolorings; Buy bite;, npwyfpr tire festive season ahead.'' " ' SATURDAY SNAP 14.88 Regular to $25.00 SNAPS IN THE CANDY SECTION "LUXURA" CANDIES are manufactured in our dwn factory and arc guaranteed absolutely pure. Try our "Luxura" chocolates. Two Snaps for Saturday "Lady" Caramels, all assorted. Regular Saturdayi Snap.. ;- 2 only. Regular to |4.25v. Saturday- Snap.. 1 only. Rggular to $6*.o0. Saturday Snap.-. Come and see our wonderful values in -Club Bags up from ... $3.25 -Suit Cases up from ----$2.00 -Trunks, up from ____.. $6.S0 2.19 3.19 5.19 of 50. .': ,. . ,-,.- gjc 1 All Day Saturday (TheBudsons flay (fompanyS - I COCOA DOOR MATS At last year's prices, size 14x 24. Saturday 1 OP �'. Snap ..................I.elD .' Size 18x30, 'Saturday *% 1A . Snap ......----;fc.lw ji FEATHER PILLOWS Covered with blue chintz and -extra well filled, size 18x26. , Saturday Snap, o ("a ..- pair.................. mivv VACUUM SWEEPERS "ifugro" Cpmb.ination -Sweep-; er. beautifully finished hiahog'-N any case. Full instructions with each machine. Saturday / gA Snap................. DeOUt i:. 'V-. . �'.'�.- � ELECTRIC GLOBES Our "Cash and Carry" prices for, Saturday only. � '2p'Watt. Regular 50c. o |q Saturday Snap, 5 for ;. M*l9 40 Watt Regular, 55c. o on Saturday Snap, 5 for .. ' .50 Watt Regular'60c. Saturday Snap, 5 for ' 60 .Watt. Regular 75c. Saturday,'Snap, 5 for -1 I YET SATISFIED ; Montreal, Sept. 27.-Commenting oii the new prices fixed by Paper Controller Priugle for news print sold in Canada, F. J.-Campbell, president of. the Canada Paper Company, Limited, and president of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association,, said: "The paper manufacturers do not regard the new price with anything like unmixed .satisfaction. It is true it>is an advance on, any that has prevailed in Canada since the government undertook to regulate the paper ih'dustry, but-it is still below what they contend the conditions surrounding the Industry justify. Mr. Pringle liiniself acknowledged this when he said, in announcing his price, that he had not fixed the maximum price which would have been, justified by the evidence submitted to him. Nei- ther will the new price compensate the manufacturers for the losses that they have sustained in being deprived for many months of access to the open markets at home and abroad. E. H. Ambrose of Hamilton tint Fred Bancroft, Toronto,' have been named to .represent respectively thii Bell Telephone Co., and its employee): on the Board of Conciliation to eettW; a dispute. "  y '�'-..� buy your LADIES' BOOTS �At 'TW-fe- hudson'S'^A'Ay SHOE SALE the foot toggery -SHOES FOR ALL AGES- '' A Safe, Profitable and Healthy Investment is OUR SHOES for the WHOLE FAMILY -� - Safe-r-Because -we *flt- you properly and correct your toot troubles. . Profitable-Because shoes properly fitted wear better and keep their shape till worn out. Healthy-Because good shoes properly fitted are comfortable, restful to the nerves and save medical outlay. Bring the family to us for shoes-we know Ijow 4i to give you value for your money expended; W- / nelson & .Q COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH 8T. S-SHERLOCK bldq,, ' ;