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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1MR THE LKTHBIUDOB DAILY r II^H A'.rt PAGE ELEVEN A, K. Humphries has returned from Victoria, Mr. F. fcftornoon E. Spoonor for Calgary. left yesterday Mrs. Stanley Whitney left yoster-tlay afternoon for Cul[;ary.    it tea Cook, who haa been visiting fln Calgary, returned to the city yesterday.    Mr. Basory, who has boon visiting in the oust, passod through the city 5'ostorduy on hla way to Caljjnry. �   Mios Pollock, who has been visit-1nK In the. city with MIsh Jennulto Alurruy, loft tiiis afternoon for Calgary.    Judge .lacluon has rutin nod from attending tho General Synod of the Anglican church in Toronto, and the lied CrosH. *   Mrs. Lea has nrrlvod in tho dry Dr. j, It. Hlverrt Ih leaving shortly as a delegate from the Alberta Conference to attend the Methodist. Oon-oral Conference, which Ik being held in Hamilton.    Tho friends of Mrs. Thoman Mnir will bo pleunod to hear Hint Hhn has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital unil is oow the guost of Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Craig. 125r, 4th Ave. .V.    Th(> engagement la announced of Wlnnifrod Oertrudo, younger duughtor of the late W. H. and Mrs. Merodlth, 14 Divlidou Street. Toronto, to Howard A. Moore, merchant, of Medicine Hal. Tho wedding will take place in October. at a delightful evening spent at her home on Wednesday l�"nt. NPiHH Hazell entertained ;i few I friendH at her home last rvnim; in honor of Miss Pollock, who is visltlim ill th city with Miss Murray. #   Miss Margaret .Jarvis save a delightful party for v. nuinber of her llttlo friends yesterday, the occasion j bolus her birthday. HELP SEND APPLES TO TUT.: BOYS i.;u.>rjd;;c hoy "somewhere! � r�anc r l 111 a Kin;' he t i V. 1m; e -le-inlinn Inst i net Ions ' t. Inil e opens dynas-rdinand red Ilia! :. day-,' i.,etlt illK , itarri- n etllis-e-le III'' their i) try lo no wit 11 � * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O Tomorrow Is the annual tafl day of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.I). K. lteinemhermir the splendid worli they have done during the last few tours It yhouh) not lie necessary to ask that everyone do their u!iuo:;t to (jive towards the ureal cause and have a liberal contribution ready for the taggers who will bo on the streets. ! and undo the nuptial ' avail The bride refill- i ti> p, her wedding ring and in� . jmvn ; :i".ee i declined to leave her i Oro'.vn I'rinc,. ClittV'--�  ha.- not >-i voluntarily renounced the ri,;h;s of i siieces .ion and the Uiiij; is report"! i to he very annry The !{i;maniau i on 'stitlltidtl dn a i lau.-e , harriiiK a '.norjviutieallv married 'crown prim ,. tiom sin -� - - ii >n '-> the throne. . Th�- pi'.-' ut . is- �>&!� ii pe. ill.a: ,'M. ' t.UVe. ii; that it .leealjl tliat KUiii Per-. dinaiid ill his ynii'a Kiid a love ali'.iir ' with Meleae \'io resfo, his niotiier'i, (l.nly of iion.o t'r "nier ; '.ivai iii threatened lo :esi(..n it- the l-.inr. did I not veto ;in' propie-.-d union and it came to nothini; Should Crown Prlncu Charles renounce his i-irau.-, of * * * ': siicce.-sioii his brother Nicholas wmiid The members of the Boy Sconls and j become the heir apparent, (amp Kite Girls of Wesley church are I .rj||.,.t. ^ ,,,,,, , ,,.jtl.,, KI)SM), ln putttnK on a demonstration meotlnK , unchurcst. accordinc. ;�> a telegram to The Party i,llu vossiscbe Zeitiinp; of lierlin. as this evening at Harons. will be conveyed lo their will be conveyed to their by automobiles. destruction I destination to jvhnt would happen in the eventuality of Queen Mary, who is str.UH'l> anti-German, heiomiiiK \'et;eiit. Special, anniversary services will he held at tho Pentecostal Assembly bull, 2flS 13th St. N\, I.ethbridKC Sept. 2Sth and 29th. KviuiKellst M. P. Swan, of Mlnot, X. I)., will preai h. Meeting will be held on Sat. S pin,' Sunday lu.;le a.m.. :i uuil 7.;tn p.m. > CHILI OCCUPIES I' GERMAN VESSELS. ! Santiago. Chile, Sept. 2d. - The Chilean Kovernment tonight ordered the naval authorities to occupy with armed forces nil tho Interned German ships in Chilean harbors. ? Many of the bmvn women wlio attend our wounded lieroes in tills war are women who havo used Doctor 1'ierce'n l'a�or'tto Prescription, or wlio rocom-mend it. Tho hoapitiv), with its work and long bours, imposes extreme hardship on a woman's strength. Kvory woman slionld make herself fit for war's call at home or abroad. Shu should obtain a hook called the " Mudical Adviser," cither ut her nearest drug store or by eeiulinR fiO ono-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce, Courtwriglit St., liridgclnu-ij, Ont., for thU book which tclla about NuraitiR, Hundagiug, Anatomy, Pliyaiol-ogy, Marriage. Tliouaanils of women in Canada hove overcome their sufferings, and have been cured of woman's ills, by Dr. Pierce's FavoriU) Prescription. Sold by druggists in liquid or tablets. Send l)r. V. M. Pierce,- Huffaio, N. V., 10a for trial pkir. Chatham, Out. - "1 am vary eUd indited to add my it-cuiumaiub �iion to th* many other* tliul litvo found relief in 'Kttvorito Prti-�crlptioii.' Atior mnth-ethood I nodld not proporly r�Ktia niy Ntrniigtn. 1 wh� very wruk uuil aorvoiu, itlr>o hud a torribln. coiikIi. 1 waa very tmsernulu when 1 bi'can taking tliu 'Prescription.' I uotiucd a mtirkad iinerovtimant lietoro J . . ktm fmi.lied ono bottle. I kept up ita uim *cd vaa nompiiilHly ruiod of my i'ticcli nod it tiiiilt aaa tfu izx -. cood hrahhy nlitif. Favuthu fre.ii-'.j'.V^i .�jot ll.o b^et toiiloalor ouwu."-Uf*> *i* Mmit mlO Wtlliiiutim SI. J� RUSSIANS SEI Russians in Canada Protest to Government Over Many Arrests Toronto. Sept. 27. Tho followiiiR resolution from the delegates to the convention of Itussl.m Councils of Workmen and Peasants, which has Just concluded its sittings here, has been sent to the Canadian Kovern-ment: "We, the assembled delejiafes to the convention of Russian Councils of Workmen and Peasants, after hearing reports from various parts of the country, complainiiifv of the repres. Hlon adopted by the police toward various KiiHsian people, do hereby protest to the federal government against thla unwarranted treat moat of a law-alildliiK section of the community. Wo also conlend that many ot the arrests of Itusshius that have taken place are wholly unjustifiable and are contrary to tho spirit of freedom and true democracy. We. therefore, respectfully reiptest the restoration of tho pre-war status of Uusslun citizens in thla country; or, as an alternative, that I lie said citizens bo �lvi Office, Post Office building, as they aro assistinii'in compiling the lists tor parcels. URDAY FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS SNAPS SNAPS SNAPS IN THE Dry Goods Section LADISiS' TAN CAPE GLOVES. I i111i:--�;:i Hay brand. No better wearer made. Sues f, to T. Uei;- 2.99 GLOVES All sl/.'-s i e toila ; 1.69 Sat onlay LADIES' of a spb in stoclc. is �2.fa'. -nap BLACK KID tnlid quality. Whole-ale pr sitnrday Snap IN THE Men's Wear Section MEN'S ALL WOOL PULLOVER SWEATERS. \ yood medium U'eit'llT genuine ,veo! "puil-over" in plain and club to I I. Sal nrdav Snap . . i iDU DRESS SHIRTS only to clear, of Men's l-'iiie IN THE Furnishing Section LIQUID CEDAR WAX t leans, polishes and beautifies floors, 'iirnitiire. woodwork, etiv I'i oz. bottle. Saturday Snap ...... ......... LADIES' WHITE SUEDE GLOVES. black slitchiiiir. Regular Saturday Snap WASHABLE with >;obl and in all size . l/i-ess Shirts in a \arlely nt at stripes and patterns I J and 111 ^ only. Ken. I..'.n Saturday Snap. . 50c LIQUID VENEER 39c "Makes l.otlb ap ... old things Sal u.'day 12 99c COCOA DOOR MATS 1.69 MEN'S HOSE LADIES-GLOVES, and Ii J.'K'i ular Tac. Sat urdav FLEECE LINED i dozen, while, �rey, Vety si.erial. R. heaniil'iil and Wool Sizes lo. taturday Snap, \ SHI, only line of M ixt are lo'.. these in in black and 11. 39c At hist year's prices, 1M, Satuiday Snap ................. Size l.sxttn. Saturday Sna|i ................. size X4x 1.35 2.10 Snap 49 c EXTRA SPECIAL DIG HOSIERY VALUES for bli; Imiis. lo dozen only, sizes '.i, '.'1" Saturday Snap - 3 pairs, $1.00 DRESS MATERIAL li -ant iful Tartans. Pla t'liecKs. :;�! inch..) wide ranwe of i olorini;.. Sat nrday Sn.[i. yard ... . d:s and n a bij; 1.19 A SNAP IN Silk Dresses These are of Koods in models and one now for son ahead. SATURDAY SNAP a beautiful line tile very latest coloring. P.uy the festive sea- 1 Regular to $25.00 FEATHER PILLOWS Covered with extra well fill, Saturday Snap, pair .......... blue chintz and d. .siz- lSx2fi. 2.50 VACUUM SWEEPERS "HiiBro" Combination Sweeper, beautifully finished mahogany case, rnlI Instructions with each machine. Saturday Snip ............. 6.50 ELECTRIC GLOBES BROADCLOTH bolts only id" in navy, ttiirday Snap, .rd .......... i' above. a\e and .".I in black. 4.99 SHEETS EXTRAORDINARY pairs only I'lannelelte Sin to he early to Saturday Snap, pair ,......... -ell of Vou'll 'lire a ('�rev have pair. 2.29 IF YOU ARE IN TIME Yon may secure a snap In Towels, ao pairs only. While Terry Towels with a blue border, :dze Hixltli. Saturday Snap, pail's ................ SNAPS IN THE CANDY SECTION "LUXURA" CANDIES hit inauufaeiiiieil in our own fact ory and are cuarauteeil ab-olut  Iv pure. Try oar "l.iixiira" choeolales. Two Snaps (or Saturday "l.atly" (araniels. all assort-ei|. IJeKillar -iiic lb. nfk Saturdav Snap, lb...... tttJK. ASSORTED DROPS, acid, lemon, oratine, pineapple, raspberry and strawberry drops. Regular Iiic lb. Saturday Sua)', lb................... Our "Cash and Carry' for Saturday only. 2~> Watt. ki>Kular ai'lc. S.Hiirday Snap. f. for . . In Wa't Regular aac. Satui dn> snap, '. tor .. Watt, (tegular fi".'. l-tatiirday Strip, a for . . . Hit \Vnt;. Ili'Kiilar Tac. Saturday Snap. f> for . . ' prices 2.19 2.39 2.69 2.98 FIREPROOF CASSEROLES plated fire- Tobacco Counter 29c Snaps 2.19 3.19 5.19 1.00 SNAPS All Over the Store '� Hi. tins "Old ('hum,' aJor" and "T. I!." Cut cos. Regular $l.tm tin. Saturday Snap, tin ..... ODC Pack is of "Columbia" Clears. I'acl-ets of "Knipire" ClKars. IteRular ific, Saturday Snap, packet .......... A Cheap but Good Smoke. 'Sen Tobac 85 20c Player' ItcKtilnr 7 Snap, tlii >0. ClKar; ttes, tins of Saturday ^jj^ in handsome uickle frames and with genuine l�riv>f linltiK- Medium size a only. ReKiilar lo |.'l.:'a. Saturday 9B9p. . ' 2 only. Kt-sular to H.25. Saturday Snap., 1 only. Regular to ?>>.i.(i. Saturday Snap. . Come and our wonderful values in -Club Bagt up from ... J3.25 -Suit Cases up from .... $2.00 -Trunks, uo from ...... $6.80 SNAPS All Day Saturday (ttiefiudsoiVs flay (Tomjmny 111 - v c� �f ? � 1 -ji c > ; PAPER MAKERS NOI YET SATISFIED Montreal. Sept. -7......ConunentilU', I on tile new prices fixed by Paper I Controller Priug!" for news print sold I in Canada, V. ,!. l-ampbel), presidont ' of the Canada Paper Company, Limit - I ed, and president of the Canadian j Pulp and Paper Association, said: "The paper manufacturers do not reward the new price with auythint; like unmixed satisfaction. It is true it Is an advance op any that has prevailed In Canada since the uuvern-mcnt untlor'.Dok to rcRuiate the paper Imiiistrr, but it is still below what they contend tho conditlins surround-iiiK the Industry justify. Mr. Printslo hiiusclf nckiiowlodKod tills when he said, in announcing his price, that he had not fixed the maximum price which would have been justified by tho ovk'.ence smbmiited to him. Nel- BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE lte*V , Iher will the J Ibe inanufaclnrcrs ! they havi pn.e I'limpensate for the losses that mined in being deprived for many months of access to the open markets at home and abroad. sirs K. II. Ambrose of Hamilton and Fred Hancroft, Toronto, have heeu named to represent respectively th�. Hell Telephone Co., and its employee! on the Hoard of Conciliation to �ettiu a dispute. the foot toggery -SHOES FOR ALL AGES A Sate, Profitable and Healthy Investment is OUR SHOES for the WHOLE FAMILY Safe- Because we fit you properly and correct your foot troubles. Profitable Became shoes properly fitted wear better and keep their shape till worn out. Healthy-- Hecanse Rood -ihoea properly fitted are comfortable, restful to the nerves and save medical outlay. Bring the family to us for shoes-we know how to give you value for your money expended. w. j. nelson & CO, COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S-SHERLOCK BI.DQ. 67 ;