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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta P4GE EIGHT fHE LETHBhIDGE DAILY -HERALD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. THE T- IWtlir. npxr seven (lavs to 'buy vour'Wintev Suit or Overcoat. The pi-o.-blpiiuyhore to go to secure the best and biggest value for yoiir naonev lists bpcu fnr von We have mSveuTt in past rears that you can save-big money at. our SALES ESPECIALLY THIS EXTRAORMKARY CPT PRICE SALE Off'. HIGH CLASS LADIES' 4.ND GENTS' SUITS AND COATS. 'Bead the few items below here-..Come; early for No matter what you pay. our guarantee goes with it. Satis-. f action.or. money back.' Ladies' Section _ Men's Section Men You Cannot Afford Delay, Buy a Suit or" Overcoat Now An Extraordinary Sale of Women's Suits BOO suited coats th.t your suit at this The season's smartest and most serviceable models, Suits that satisfy your e_very demand. all told. There are included- full ripple and.belted effects.V'Vvjth convertible collars. Some enriched with rich trimming of velvet braid and fur. Guaranteed-sjlk lining. Materials are serges gaberdines, cheviots and tweed mixtures. Every, garment offered is a fitting example why >ard in quality, make and style. ijany type from 33 to 48. Regular JS515 to 17.50 Regular to 22.5 OReguiar to Regular to 28.50 SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE to SALE PRICE 118.75 Men's High Grade Overcoats Coats for Women and Misses Tremendous values in loose and form fitting models with ulster or velvet collars in. a big variety of new mixtures and plain Freize, Melton .and Beavers. Ordered months and months Faithful reproductions of the finest creations produced thls-aeason Charming In, their style ind embodying the delightful dash'of exclusiveness peculiar tar. The Royal -Store. Authoritative a have cut llayi, wait but come and see them anyhow. Regular 16.50 to 18 50 Regular to 21.50 SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Regular 23.50 to clear a certain'-quantity we have-.but v "Regular to SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Regular to SALE PRICE SALE SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 The Royal Storey Southard Block SALE STARTS SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 ILL IN BED PLANTS i ENORMOUS PROFIT Chicago, Nov." Sales of Cudahy I Packing company iii the fiscal year, ended Oct. 2Sr were com- pared :with the previous year, while not profits were- against in twelve mpnths. Tafter declacting the May 1 dividend, was as compared to the, previous year. These- figures were made pub- lic today in the annual report. GETS1 YEARS .Ei-AId. Hamilton was still 'in bed tliis morning and -will be unable to be out until.tomorrow at the earliest. He _isiU therefore be unable to appear at the opening meeting of the municipal campaign in Burgmann's hall tonight. The meeting, however, promises to be packed, as many ratepayers from this side are golrfg to hear Commis Uftl] sisoner Grace and J. R. Oliver in their Meat THCCS Will INOt first discussion ot the affairs of '_ H n is i-ric public works department 'TV. OHIO U O W H IS U1C cheerful news from the Department of Agriculture. Meat prices will not worry the man or woman who knows that a Shredded Wheat Biscuit will supply more real body-building nutriment than beefsteak or, eggs and at much less cost. Shredded Wheat remains the same. price, .the same high quality, supplying all the nutriment a man needs for a half-day's work. Two" shredded wheat biscuits with peaches and cream or other fruits make a complete, nourishing meal at a cost of not over five cents. Made in Canada i'Moose'law, Oec. NiMsnuik arraigned in supreme court be-1 fore Mr. Justice Newlands and sentenced to serve seven years in the" penitentiary at Prince Albert, on a charge ot-trouse-breakmgi on which -he was found guilty on 42 counts by the jjlry on the day following his 'escape from the court house cells He is already serving a four year team in the' penitentiary, and the Judge, in passing sentence, stated that the new sentence would commence when the preient.'term had been served. He then arraigned on a charge of breaking''Jail by confined for criminal offence, and to this he pleaded' not guilty, stating to the court: "Mllle came alpng with a gun, and I had to go." A full line of our usual High Quality Meats to-morrow Westminster Market PHONE 1055 f (From Oar Own Correspondent) Cranbrook, B. 0., NOT. an- nual meeting of the Patriotic Society liranch) was held last evening in the council chamber, there being about thirty representative ci- tizens present. Chairman J. F. Camp- bell was in the chair, and T. M. Rob- erts, secretary, occupied his r "usual place. J. M. Christie, treasurer, sub- mitted his annual financial statement, which showed had pass- ed through his hands during the fiscal jear. The statement was most grati- fying to the officers :of the associa- tion, showed their appreciation of his .work. P..- and E. .1. Paterson were appointed auditors for the ensuing term. The election of officers resulted as follows Chairman, J P treasurer, J. M. Christie, secretary, T. M: Roberts executive, J. F. Campbell, Dr. F. W. Green, W B Woruen, R J McCreerj, W, A. Nisbet, B. Howard, E. Y. Brake, C B WarJ, W. Bridge, C. A Co'ck, collector for the (association, as re apnomted for jettf A vote ot thanks was tendered the press and the executive for their services dur ing the past year A discussion with regard to the raising of funds during I the coining year was thoroughly gone j into. The matter left' in the I hands of the executive. i Rev K Thomson, pastor Knox Presbyterian church for the past five years, has accepted a call to Edmonton, whither lie expects to go almost immediately. Mr. Thomson's- departure from Cranbrook will be keenly regretted by.almost every re- sident of Cranbrook. buring his resi- dence here Mr Thomson has taken a keen interest in matters of nublic in- terest as well as attending to the spiritual needs of the community. The announcement .yesterday from Victoria that Dr. ,1. had been named as minister of public works in the new government. of the province of British Columbia was received with universal rejoicing' bj the entire city, Dothv Liberals and Couservatucs, agreeing for the fust time m years that the selection was a wise one With Ills urevious legislative ance Dr. Kmp be a factor in shap- ir.K the future destiny of the province It-is exnected the bye elections vvlll take place the latter part ot Decem- ier., MAKE ANYiODY ILL London, Nov resignation of Gen Dracos, Greek minister of war, s reported bj Athens spondenU The, Is ill health. Cape Town, Dec. is. ..under- stood that General Jan Christian Smiitz, former minister of defence, as soon as he has wound up his campaign in .German East Africa, where in supreme command of the British for- 'ces, will go to the front in Frahce'to. take command at the-IInion of South African contingent theie The situa tion in German East Africa is that what is left of the German army is corralled in a stretch of territory in the southeast 500 miles in -diameter, thick brush, very swampy in places( and with laria very pievalei.t Notwithstanding the hardships they Itavt undergone-m, th" campaign, a large" majority of the seasoned soldieis are said to be eager to volunteer for. overseas' service, Moment "Pape's Diapepsin" Reaches the Stomach All Distress Goes. Do .some foods you eat hit taste good, bat work badly teiment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, j sour, gpssy stomach Now, Mr. or. Mrs Dyspeptic, jot this down Pape's Diapepsm digests everything, leading nothing.to sour .and upset you. There never was anything so safely certainly effective. No difference iiow badly your stbmacli you twill get happy relic; in five minutes, i j but what pleases you mo-it is that it, strengthens and reguiatos ytjur :stom- jach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear i Most remedies glve-you relief sonie- 1 arc iilow, but not sure. i "Papo's is quick, positive and puts >our ht in a liealthy condition tlie misery come 'back j You feel diffeient as soon as "Pape s j Diapepsin" comes in contact with the just stomach gels sweet., no. no belching, no''eructations of undigested your, head .clears and yon feel fine j Go now, make the best (you ever made, by getting a laifre I fifty cent case of tape's Diapepsin from any drug in five minutes how needless It Is to suffer Irom Indigestion, dyspepsia 01 any stomach UY NOW While buying is good. Everybody- Knows that merchandise is going up every day, and buying'goods atrlow prices such as quoted below MEANS MONEY SAVED X Men's Suits, Boys' Shoes Guaranteed Old Dye Brown Worsted regular Heavy Purple Tweed Special fcjue Serge; regular, get for a long time. Boys' Suits WE HANDLE the'FINEST" ON THE MARKET Boys' Wearbetter Tweeds striped and'grey Tweeds.'Reg- ular ?10.00 and ?9.50. Special and Other makes. Special, all sizes. OTHER MAKES, SPECIAL, ALL SIZES, >5.60 Good Durable Shoes. "V Special! Special! .f L Boys' Stockings. Regular 50c. WhUe ttiey last, Special 25c Ladies' Hose Only a few left. Special 25 C Men's Woo! Underwear Going at The Western Mercantile Co. Where Your Dollar Its Diify Thlwl Avenue South Phone Bi iH mfff HHHHB Hi Hi-, HHBt iB Hi HBHHB BBi HI DVB HBI BJH r. NEW CABINET IN SYDNEY San complete reorga nixation of the Government of South Wales is: announced, in a cable- gram ttf the Australian trade Com- mission received here; today. -The change wan brought about through..a division in the Labor Party oir. con-" scription, The. fact, numbcr-.of members of the Labo! f'overninenL, including Premier liolman, gave their, suppoVtj to the recent referendum on con- scription, was looked on as a, breach of faith to the Labor, movement, aijd the party became divided. A new gov 1 with eminent has now been with now banks have been lormed. Banks Holman as The Cabinet! tpn anil neMspapers eight, thti consists of an equ4l number of Lib- ?ral and Labor membeis, while Mr Boeby, head a comparatively now party known an Hip-Progressives, lias received the "Minister 'for Labor and Indus'tfy1 Diirack is the STEEL BOOMS NEWSPAPERS a result o{ the boom in Gaiy, Ind, five more news- Dnno-3 iiave been startcil and four now banks have been forme_d. Banks three older ones being (Uulies D. Boltonf a prominent' Barney Ont, uied from injuries received w he'll he Was slHiok'bv i train. Geo Harner, for 24 years editor of (He" Carman; .Man, staniJard, is dead ;