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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBniDGTi DATT.Y HERALD PAGE FIVE They're Cleaner, "when washed with Sunlight Soap. I find it cleans the clothes more thoroughly and with Jess ordinary soaps. It doesn't 'hurt the clothes and I must say my hands never feel the worse for it either. I really do not find it hard to look after .the wash myself, because. Sunlight so much of the work for me." (Sunlight Soap there's nothing but truth in this lady's remarks. Sunlight Soap is made so well and so honestly that our guarantee of that it contains no impurity has never been challenged.' Be. All grocers sell Sunlight Soap. 5c. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. 10 HEAVY LOSS. IN BRITISH OFFICERS London. Aug. casualty lists on the western front for ono 1G to 52S killed, wounded and 201 missing, a to- tal of The proportion killed to wounded, one to two, Js rather. higher than in the preceding fortnight. Since the _ beginning of the war, the Brit- ish army officers 'killed, wounded and 4G2 missing. Brigadier-General Elsmere was wounded and sixteen lieu- tenant-colonels .were killed. The Only tonic You Ever Need IS A MufttiNfl GLASS OF BRACING, RESTORING ABUEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT Dunoun, chilblain of the iiSlh Luthbridge High- hinders, said farewell to th0 congre- gation of Knox .church ul. morning, anil GVL-iiiiiK services yesterday alter ministering the people .of the church for nearly a year and oite- Imir. lio leaves this week to UiUo up liis duties with the regiment at Sav- cee Camp. The church was lilled to the doors oil hoth occasions. At tlie .services ML- announced that Kev. F. Burns, would til! the during his ab- sence. Hev. .Mr. Burns, he said, was a young man whom he knew well, and he urged the congregation to nivo him the same hearty support they had ac- corded himself during his pastorate. He regretted very much, he Raid, to leave his work here, but the oppor- tunity iiad been offered him to-do Ins bit in the ISinpiru struggle and he considered it a call to a, higher duty. In the evening Kev. Mr. Denoon said "good-bye" to his congregation. He delivered a strong sermon on "stead- fastness" taking for his text Paul1? ex- hortation to the Corinthians. Cour- age, steadfastness and perseverance are the attributes of the Christian life. They are principles of one's religion that should bo carried to one's daily life. It was substantially the same mes- sage of Paul's that the leaders of the Etaipire gave to the people two yearn ago when this awful iwar broke out. "Be ye .steadfast. Your cause is right. Victory will come." At that time Britain strove to gain a true perspective and courage to face the issue. Tlie colonies issued the same message. "And tonight" said Capt. Denoori, "as I withdraw from the work of this church I would leave with yon the same message. Be faithful to the work of the church. Ho faithful to yourselves. Be. faithful to your own When the blood is sluggish, meals don't taste a liwitb.ehc lo you, or you don't sleep any too taking Abbey's Kfffrvcsmit Salt in a tumbler of warm water first thing every morning. 'Twill set things to rights -ululate bowels ami the consti- pation-and stomach the bipod, and build up.tbe whole system. Mfulti'in the Abbey EITcrvcscuit Salt Go's own laboratories lii'Montrcal, Qn--. Abbey's Vita nerve a blood iiOc. a box. PHONE 1224 Corrects constipation, Indigestion and bad stomach. For Sale by all druggists. convictions, to your conscience, and be faithful to God. "1 wish to give thanks to my friends in the city, to tlio friends I have made In other communions, especially to the friends or this con- gregation for their fidelity while 1 have labored here. I wish specially to mention Mr. Layton and tint mem- bers of the choir who have labored so earnestly to help the work Of the church." Rev.' Mr. Deuoon. announced that Rev. Mr. McNicnl of fit. Andrew's would have charge of Knox services next Sunday. Mr. H. C. C. Salmon left yesterday for Vancouver and Victoria. S. A. Parker, from Lithbridgc, was among the guests at Uie iioyai Alex- laud ra hotel, Winnipeg on Kriday. .Mr. and -Mrs. L. Bonnell and .Miss Bonnell left yesterday in their car for Watcrtoii j j Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cm-berry left j I vuftlerday lo spend a holiday at Proc- tor, 13. C. 0 4 .Mr. and .Mrs. H. Hrmvn retiiriieil j Saturday from a fortnight's vacation j iu the mountains of j .Mrs. Wlilto'n section of tlin Rcliek- lahs will meet at the home of Mrs. i Jones, 308 "til Avo. A. S.. mi Tuesday I evening August 15, at 8 o'clock. I e l Misses Dessie nnd Annie Dixon, have boon at the coast for the past five weeks, are spending a I days with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Hall. k DEWART, LIBERAL CANDIDATE GREATEST IS NOW ON THE BIGGEST- BAKGAINS IN THE HIST- ORY OF THIS STOKEJ Wti MUST RAISEi CASH AT ONCE, AND HAVE CUT DEEP THE PRICES. GREAT SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPAR5IENT. COME Alp) SEE FOR YOURSELF Purchase guaranteed or money refunded. Goods on Approval. BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Rideaii brand, black and .tan, button o lace. Well worth- Clear Away Price Ladies' Oxfords, Hegulii ?o 00 ?4 00 Going ii-v pair Ladies' Satin Pumps, Tnesc aro worth To op cJear per pair Children's Shoes. Huttoned and''laced, worth from ?1.7n to Sale djl nf Pi ice 9c 50c Wash Ties A snap at each Men's Underwear 35c Light, two-piece. Clear-away'price Hoys' Shirts Regular nnd 75c. Clear-away pricti Hoys' Hose 10t! The kind i rt Clear-away price liFC Hoys' Pants 85c Regular Sale price 85c Boj s' Wash Suits In white and tan, well worth '2 0 Clearing at ROMPERS at 35c Combinations 42c Regular u c me nd 00 Clcai awaj price TCfciC Men's Dress Shirls, Regular up lo ?3 Cleai uvay pi ice MEN'S SUITS We have one of the best stocks of Suits-ill town, and our clear-away prices will move them to the last. Be sure and get one from us now, as you may.not be able to get one for double the price in the fall. L hints, Lot ?t o.l. This lot consists of blues, browns, darks browns and striped, and are worth from to Cleai Puce Suits, Lot >0.2. This Iqt consists of blue, and striped ind ire worth 1 518 to D f leai price tpl I 0 The biggest bargain offered at any time. Suits, Lot No. 3. Suits ill al! shades, worth djij from to Going at..... 9 Men's Combinations 95c Men's Combinations, well worth Sale price................ Men's Overalls Men's Union Made Overalls. Black, lihie and striped. Regular d> 1 A J1.3S. Sale price BOYS' SUITS! BOYS' SUITS! BOYS' SUITS! We iia-v.d liif iiiosl tomplote stoi k ni Miiis. ami will clear them at prices tlnil you will not be able to Imv airaiti i'or some f-iiiti1 them from.. up up ERN MERCANTILE CO. WHERE ITS DUTY. Phone 1724 fiOfi Third AvcimclSoiith" Toronto, Aug. H. Dewart lias accepted the Lib era! nomination ,for Southwest Toronto. He reserves the right to1 exercise judgment in the matter of the prohibition policy. CLEAR-AWAY SALE Mr. A. M. Marshall, who has recent- j i ly returned from Winnipeg, spent the week-end with his family, who are j holidaying at Crow's Nest. v j The G.I.A. will meet at the home of Mrs.' .1. W. Wallwork 5th street on Wednesday at 3.3U for Red Cross sewing. All members of the G, I. A. to the B. of L. are reminded of the rcg-. ular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the Oddfellc-w ps hall, t Mrs. EL Downing and daughter re- turned last night from a fortnight's visit with friends in Calgary aud Banff. A cable sent by Lady Drummond to Mrs. A. E. Gooderham at Toronto, an- nounced that H. M. Queen" Mary, had visited the newly -opened I.O.D.E. an- nex to the Maple Leaf club in London. and was much pleased with it. The Eastern Star picnic is being held tomorrow at Henderson Park. Supper will be served at