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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fti."'!?? the; lethbridge daily herald PAGE, &8 CLARKE & The Ladies' Store {:____phone 453 Acadia Block argain Prices ^^.SIM1011 Millinery Furs & Ready-to-Wear Garments teg TO*, ill.' ......,/ :.- . .  , i'......... . . .. Consult the yellow circular'deliveied at your dooron Saturday. Every Item mentioned there will be on Bale here all this week. If quantities^ last that" lopg. �..*.  * v li ' .... . ^ Scoree of \vomen hav� taken'advantage of this Chrlatma* .Sale o aupply their needs In outer garment*, and Incidentally have made ftioat aubatantlal, eavinoa In the choteeat garment* of the aeaaon. Make YOUR choice thla week. A: Fresh Lot of New Coats: and Skirts Juit To Hand by Express Blacks and navys mostly,'-in the very'latest and most atlract-vo 'Styles we "have had to"show"Mi Is season. �� t \ COAT8 IN NIGGERHEADS, BLANKET CLOTHS, BROCADED AND PLAIN PLUSHES $8.00 to $13.50 SKIRTS IN PLEATED VOILES, SILKS, SATIN, ETC., BLACK MOSTLY. $17.50 to $35.00 LIVE STOCK IS ONLY REAL PATH TO Christmas Watato Fresh new Voile- an4r Crepe de Chine styles M-76; 12.00; $2.60; $3.00; $3.60; $4.60 and $5.00 Christmas Hosiery , Silks In finest obtainable iuallt,ies in lisles and cash-neree. HEAVY SILK H08E in pink, Z^lT .;:||i0p NIAGARA MAID "H08E in black,'white and �ll-�A ||A' tither colors ,,....',.. 9fB.llIf Huck Towelling Very fine .linen, .neat patterns -60c' and, 65c. Embroidery Linen Softest meadowJbleach, 36* 45 and 54 inches at 85c, $1.00 and $1.25. ': SUMMER LINEN; 16 .inch, ' Hemstitched edges ..-/'. ftCa* Special prtce . .. Dp C QUEST TOWELLING, 18 ,|uch finest, linen .. ..-J.-.'-AJtm^ heat' 'designs ......... "tww Christinas K^rciiiefs ' � Special bargain lots . 12!/2c; 18c; 25c; 35c; 50c; 65c; 75c; $1.00 Christmas Gloves All selling at the old prices. Dogskin Walking Gloves, tan $1.40 o.- grey Per pair .. Treffouse with iblaok, tans, greys, Per: pair .-. finest black etc kid, with white white, $1.50 BIER EYE TEST i?a, Onf?,, Tec. 6.-Moderation eye test :has gone into effect jiada. For-spme time the mili'tin ment has �been preparing lor W jtririgent>'test; of eyesight HyhieTi een- excluding'a'-gteat matiy men'1 {joining who' had^wishiia to'goY-est used up.."to the pre$:e'hi was ime as the one used for the African war, and.-? was inuth WVere^thal^i^iised rih^nelanrt fesen.t. 'The1 -new tesi'is 'similar |t. used* in England.;; in.^TQiitinto have ' been' ! TRUANTS ARE BEING Tlie^boy^ and girls who fail to ? go to school must be taught a $ lesson. In fact the lessons are ed before the Justice of the |r�9� Peace.  They were all found warning, The action taken at �fr Coutts w*!l be followed at -'", .t-i' � * .? > ? ? * ? MOST FRONTS QUIET- jdon; t)eo.�e.-:-On othe- Frrfncia bisset knd Fred"de Gresac, to. be i at Starlaftd,'. .To s'avB^a.ypuh^ kh Lord from�erlcai4 ie, left to Win on'condition that firry within a-year'of the-death' uncle. - Kitty, piajr�l.'.by & dlvpricedijwlthln,.a jnonths and that sW never see jusband' after, the ^cerevapnyi>liat: husband turn* wooer: iin&cKitty fortune; and happiness,, together  title. c:'"' �' ' '-*'cr ALL CHILDREN LOVE "mm mm LIVER AND BOWELS GIVE 4T' WHEN: FEVERISH, CROSS, BILIOUS,- FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH. ; liook':at' the tongue, iMother! If coated, )t is a sure sign that your little'one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle,, thorough, cleansing at once." . , V When peevlsli,' cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesnlt eat or act naturally, 'or. is /feverisfi,' stomach sour, breath bad;.- lias stomach-ache, sore throat,- diarrhoea.' full of cold,.give n teaspoonful -of..' "California Syrup of Figs," and .in a few hours all the foul, -constipated, wasted undigested ^oo^d'and^ppj. ftile gently moves out ,0/7'It's, little;' bowels without griping, tand'Wetf dwoei, a, well, playful child ��-y6^^'Miyt' coax sick children to take 'this- harmless, r "fruit laxative"; they;>16Ve'vltt'1 delicious taste, and it aWaysv'nYak'ejs' them' feel splendid. 1 � Ask-yoijf: druggist-for a GOrcent ib'ot-!tlH-!4f; -'iCallfornia Syrup ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Beet Freeh Butter on the Market-Made by CRYSTAL Lethbridge J>AIRY .Phone 1576 flour for- 1 jr* PURITV FLOUR ""More Bread and Better Bread " No Cheap Fares for Battery Boys A proposal made by the women's civic club that the members of the 39th battery be allowed special rates on the street cars -so long as they are quartered at the exhibition grounds, will not be considered by the city commissioners. The request was presented to then* at the regular meeting this morning. The commissioners believe that this would be � a bad precedent to create. At this morning's meeting, the sec^ retary-trcasurer was instructed to write the militia authorities in charge of'troops quartered at the exhibition grounds, to see that exhibition buildings and other buildings were kept in proper- repair. EAT WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION OR INSTANT RELIEF! "PAPE'S DlA-PEPSIN" ENDS YOUR STOMACH TROUBLES FOREVER. London, Dec. C-A request in the' House of Commons today by Sir Edwin A. Cornwall, Liberal member for' the north-cast division ot Bethnal Green,'that an intimation be sent to Henry Ford and William Jennings. Bryan that their proposed peace mis*--'-sion to this country would be "irritating and unwelcome," at the prescient time, drew the response irom. Lord Iiofcert Cecil, parliamentary un*. der-secretary for foreign affairs, thaf>-as the passports of the members .or* the peace mission only had been ife? sued for neutral countries, the con.%. tingency contemplated by Sir Edwin,-did not arise. TABER MAN KILLED AT THE FRONT \  Wonder -what upset your stomach -which'portion of the-food ill d* the damage-do you? Well, don't Mother, if your stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented into' stubborn lumps; head dizzy and-aches; - belch gases and acids and eructate . undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated-just take a little Pape's Dia-pepsin and in five minutes you wonder what ibecame of the indigestion and. distress. ~ Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsiu occasionally keeps this delicate organ-regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your..stomach � doesn t'talfe care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief is Pape's Diapepsin which coats only fifty cents-for a-large-case aU drug stores. It's truly wonderful-"It digests food and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. � Please,  for- your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered stomach; it's so unnecessary.-Advertisement. Taber, Dec. C:-The sad news was' Novembe$'A*!| second ot received in Taber that Pte. Frederick^ Whitcutt, of the 31st battalion, ha4 been killed in action on. 15. Pte. Whitcutt is the the gallant Taber bovs to give hifo| life for king and country in the-greaf 3 struggle" for the cause of right aniK-l liberty, Joe Mangan being the -flrstfei! Pte. Whitcutt was a resident Ojj>;; Taber for eight years and- waa : eing^,^ ployed at the Canada West. He wafir well known tluroughout the whole Ta| bcr district and was very hightov) thought of by all who knew hitnjKH** is survived by his mother, Mrs. Job Caswell, of Bow Island, his stepfathM cr, three sisters and two 'brothersM Mrs. Samuel Dunn and Mrs. SidneXM Turner of Taber, Mrs. Robert'PclletC of Bow Island, are sisters. Pte. fir^i nest Caswell, of the 82nd battalion] and Walter Caswell of BOW � Islandf^ are stepbrothers. Pte. Whitcutt was 'a member:' :o?,5 St. Theodore's church,, and 'the. mm??^ ers' union. On Sunday afternoon viat", " 4.30 a memorial service was held iii St.- Theodore's church: The': 'miners marched to the church headed bv the band. t r _ ' " ""If THERE WILL BE USfe>UL AND PRETTY XMAS GIFTS AT THjE 'GIVEN BY THE LAQIE6' AID OF WESLEY CHURCH IN Wesley Hall Tuesday (Tomorrow) opening at 3 o'clock -' ,^ FIVE BOOTHS CONTAINING: KNITTING BAGS  KNITTED SWEATERS ' . .CROCHET YOKES ' r . BED 80X . FANCY AND WORK APRONS BEDROOM SLIPPERS EMBROIDERED TOWELS CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND ..... LINGERIE PILLOW SLIPS.. i DRESSE8 FOR BABIES, ETCiVe COOKING, HpMt-MADE CANDY^ TEA ROOM  Your Xmaa Shopping MaoVEaay at thla Banar-Pretent* Suit- l . , abl,* for Everyone. OF THE TPROC6ED8 WILL BE G1V-EN TO THE - ��1- Coats, Suits, Dresses, Hose, Gloves, Waists, Furs and Shoes at.;.. I reduced prices: Quality guaranteed. {J Eventually you will buy during month. Why not now, while_you can ftxoney buying at this sale. SOUTHARD BLOCK in Qoats, Suits, Shim, Furs, Shoes, Hats, Caip and Hostetf^m funded if dissatisfied. 43 mm 000 95 ;