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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMIiER 3, 1915 -Jones' of Blankets, Comforters, Auto Rugs Table Linen, Towelling and Flannelette Goods Jale at Two 0'Clock Don't Miss this opportuity to save money 'S BAY CO. FEEXCH SOLDIERS AWAITING THE FINAL ATTACK AT SOUCHEZ Lieut CHESTER HUGHES Nepliow of the Minister of Militia and sou of Dr. J. L. Hughes of, Toronto, who was killed at the front 'He was a member of tho Engineers RAPE'S D1APEPSIN" FOR SOUR, ACID STOMACH, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPSIA. Time it! In five minutes-all stom- ich distress will go. Xo indigestion, heartburn, sourness or -belching of gas. acid, or eructations of undigested rood. no dizziness, bloating, foul jrsath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs, t is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy in the vhole world, and ibesides it is harm ess. Millions of nieii and women eat their favorite foods without feai know Pape's Diapepsin will iave them from any stomach misery Please, for your sake, get a 'large ifty-ceut case of Pape's Diapepsin rom any drug store and put your tomach right. Don't keep on being is too are iot here long, so make your stay .greeable. Eat ..what you like and igest it; enjoy it, without dread of ebellion in.the.stomach. Pape's Diapepsin 'belongs in your lome anyway. Should one of the amily eat something' which don't gree with or- in ease of an at- ack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastri- is or stomach derangement at day- iine or 'during the night, it is handy relief hufie increase o! the postal stamp receipts At tlie local post otfice for November over the receipts of November last is recorded. Tho receipts from stamp sales, the past month Amounted to SHM1.0B, as against 51571.09 lor November pf-hist. year. The .increase is partly accounted for bv the war tax, but the greater increase is due to the actual increase in business money orders paid in November list past totalled 1170 in number, imi brought into the city the sum of as against 9SI paid last November with-a value of L'fic money orders sent out totalled 375 with a value-of The postal notes pair! numbered 625 with i value of, 5U02.22. During the nonth 33CL registered articles were lent out and 2576 articles received. The total receipts at the1 post of- ice during tho month were is against in Novcmbi asfc year, showing an increase i Customs Receipts The customs receipts also show hitr increase in business, the incrcas between this year and last year i November nearly Tli fibres for November "1915 arc 2GS.SO, as against las year. Street. Railway Earnings the..quickest; surest HAIR IS TURNING GRAY, USE SAGE -TEA f French soldiers on the Souchcz front waiting ielmet supplied to the French troops. for the order-to deliver the final attack. Note the new type of JUST TWO PRICES! SATURDAY ONLY AT Here are a lew of the articles: Brass Coal Shuttle Plated Butter Dishes Plated Sugar Bowls Plated Tea Pots, Hot Plated Biscuit liarrels Here are :t few of the articles for Brass or Copper Bread Tray Brass or Copper Kettles Plated Trays lanterns DWARE CO. 405 otb Street South. ere's Recipe to Darken; and Beautify Faded HaTr. That beautiful, even shade of dark, ossy hair can only :be had by brew- ing a Sage Tea and Sul- phur. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars b the' face. .When it fades, turns gray, streaked and looks dry, wispy and scraggy, just an ap- plication of two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred- fold. Don't bother, to prepare tlie tonic; you can get from any "drug store a 50-cent bottle of Sage Sulphur ready to use. This can always be upon, to bring back the natural color, thick- aess and lustre of your hair and re- move dandruff, stop scalp, itching end falling hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and Sulphur because it darkens so natur- ally and-evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. .'.You simply dampen a sponge-or soft brush with It and. draw this through the hair, taking one small strand, at a time; by morning the gray hair has dis- appeared, and after another applica- tion it becomes .beautifully dark and appears glossy, lustrous and abun- dant. J. D. Higinbothara Co., Lim- ited, Tii November this year the strce railway earned 53561.-17 as agnins' S3070.94 in November last year Tlu passenger? carried totalled this year as against last year Italy's Attitude Gives Satisfaction Prince Edward Island obtained an average of 15 per cent., more lobsters than last year. Walter Ramsay is retiring from, the Edmonton school board after sev- en years' service. London, Dec. Sonnino's statement in the Italian that Italy has subscribed to the agreement that no separate peace shall be sign- ed by any of the Entente Powers, sup- plemented by the announcement that as soon as possible the Italian flag will wave from the other side of the Adriatic to help the Serbians, has aroused feelings of the highest satis- faction here, Italy's adherence to the compact of September 5, 1014, is considered the crowning point of protracted and deli- cate negotiations, which their fundamental basis the argument that Italy was bound as a democratic and liberty-loving nation, to make her cause indissoluble ..from that of the Allies fighting against the domination of autocratic militarism. This is the point of view put for- ward by Sir Edward Grey, with un- swerving confidence in its final vie-, ory over hesitations due to any nar- row consideration of national inter- ests or reluctance to increase Ger- man animosity. It is expected that an Italian de- claration of war against Germany will follow in due course and logical se- quence. f Minister Orlando's recent speech at Palermo was in the nature of prepar- ing Italian people for the step Baron Sonhino now has announced. GEORGE GOODWIN, NOTED CONTRACTOR, .IS DEAD Ottawa, Ont., Dec. Good- win, who, a few years ago, was one of the country's biggest contractors, is dead at his country house, Ridge- mount; after a long illness, aged 72 years. His widow, two sons and three daughters survive. ;Mr. Goodwin was foorn in Dublin, Ireland. a child he was brought to Canada by his parents. Shortly af- ter leaving college, lie entered busi- ness, as a contractor and builder, with his .uncle, the late James Goodwin. He was connected with the construction of railways, canals, locks, public build- ings of a'.l kinds. The late Mr. Goodwin is said .to have lost a fortune in the contract for the Victoria memorial museum in Ottawa. The cost of the building exceeded the estimates a tremendous figure, but he carried oat the contract. Premier Murray promised a delega- tion and .laymen that his government would give serious- consideration- to their request that the Ivova Scotia Temperance Act be amended to provide Halifax City. prohibition for SHORTS NOTICE AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Sat. AT 402 13tli STREET NORTH At M. BY W.L WILSON, Auctioneer A quantity of Fancy China, Crockery, Toys, suitable for Xmas presents; Enamelware, also Carpet Square, Morris Chair, Exten- sion Table, Washing Machine, Springs and Mat- tresaea, Centre Tables, Rockers, Blinds and Lace Curtains, Pic- lures, Girls' and. Men's White Overalls, and of Giasrfwarrf, Tumblers, Sherry Wine Glasses. Absolutely.No HeterW, Everything Must Go. TERMS L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER RYLANQS CO., THE BUSY STORE Telling You of the Many New Things Received This Week THESE ARE INTERESTING DAYS AT THE BUSY STORE. NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING NEARLY EVERY MORNING FOR THE BIG HOLIDAY BUSINESS WHICH IS GROWING BIGGER EVERY DAY. AVOID THE CHRISTMAS RUSH BY SELECTING YOUR GIFTS NOW WHILE YOU CAN DO SO IN COMFORT. EVERYTHING IN THE GIFT LINE WILL BE IN STOCK AND READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION TOMORROW. Evening and Party Dresses That Will Surprise You About a dozen or so dnint.v Evening Frocks that will please the most particular >Miss or .Madame. Without a doubt tho 'best values 'we have ever shown. Words fail to describe Tho materials lire Ninons, Chiffons, Satins, etu., and needless to say the styles are Right. Sizes 1G-1S years, 34 to SS If 4 A bust. Prices start at 9 I W.UU Very Latest-Fur Trirn'd Silk Waists from New York A touch of fur even on tho separate waists, tout it adds quite a chic ap- pearance to them. Plain and fancy messaline silk made up with the now tunic collar. Colors aro coral, pluk, cadet, Copenhagen, maize, AA pumpkin, etc. Priced at. Some Very Smart Styles In Leather Hand Bags-Just In New styles even in Hand the new pouch shapes, new melon shapes and other novelties. Every bag fiUed with some little conven- ience. Special values at CO Af) 75c, 95c, fl.5l) up to...... ____ See The New "Lotus" Collars Fur Trim. Belts Among Our X'mas Neckwear Black Kid Belts, edged on each side with iblack fur. Just in to- day. Price 95c The one outstanding style In the Holiday Neckwear showing are these "Lotus" Collars, shaped like the pet- als ot a lotus flower, their long points railing gracefully over the coat col- lar or fur. Made from crepe do client! in many shades. From.......... Short Sleeve, Knee Len'th Cashmere Combinations The second shipment of these fiue all wool Cashmere Combi- nations for women; low neck, elbow' sleeve and knee length. All sizes to 42. for........ Fancy Crib Blankets 75c Very scarce. goods just at present. We have a new stock, colors or blue, size 30x40, neat nursery designs on a soft saxony eiderdown. 'Army' Scarfs Are all the Rage In The East To be in style yon should have one of the soft eumfy..- Wool Scarfs.. They- come in white ,and fancy colors, These make ideal gifts for the girl who akates. Priced (J from up to Boxes of Xraas Hand'fs -75c Dainty little gift boxes of Ladies' Linen Lawn- Kerchiefs, neatly embroidered on corners, Threp kerchiefs in .each 'box. Come to Us for any Kind of Ribbon A complete stock of Holiday Ribbons, the largest and lowest price lot we have ever shown. Ribbons by the 'bolt at 15c, 20e, 25c fOi tying packages. Baby Ribbons, satins or silks, 3 for lOc aud 2 for 5c. All widths in satins and silks 5c to 25c. And Fancy Flowered Ribbons'for fancy work at 20c to 75c a yard. 3 Pairs of Fine Cash. Hose for Still a large stock of last sea- son's all wool Cashmere Stock- ings, for women, worth 50c now. Our special price 3 pairs for Large Rub Dry Bath Towel Extra large size double warp White Bath Towels, regular 50c each. These towels on sale Saturday Per pair 75c Silks of All Kinds for Fancy Work Japanese Silks in all colors at 25c a yard. Wide Jap Taffetas'- at oOc. Wide at 9Sc in every color imaginable. Dresden Silks at a yard. Also a splendid Satin for fancy work in shades of pinlc, sky, paddy, lemon, pumpkin, very special at yard. Just A Few Hints as to What We Are Showing For the Early Xmas Shoppers Big Beauty Dolls Boxed Kerchiefs for kiddies.. Silk and eiderdown Kimonas. .Fancy Comb Sets of .all. kinds. Silk 'and Fur Lined Gloves. Men's Silk Mufflers ........75c to Fur for the big to set SWOP Co. THE BUSY STORE PLEBISCITE IN .B.C. Vancouver, TO BE TAKEN ON ELECTION DAY RC., Dee. McBride today wrote the prohibi- tion executive in Vancouver, saying he would grant.a; plebiscite, not a re- ferendum, on the occasion of the next provincial, election, whicEi; must be he'id some time between now and next .Time, lie did not mention tlie date. He thought some simple questions should ;be .asked of the electors, other than the'fiiere-question of whether or not they are in favor of prohibition. It is preaumed that one of these added questions may refer to compensation. The premier also said he .was in favor of closing the bars "early during the period of tbe war, but if this was done ;i legislative enactment would bo necessary. The village of Trochu in the consti- tuency of Olds, has contributed near- ly to the Patriotic Fund. Armstrong Raworth OPTICAL SPECIALISTS No Charge For Examination. ;