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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAY, NOVEMBp THE M3THHRIDGE DAIJ.Y HERALD PAGE FIVE We Wi x The" Opportuni tmue den AH This Owing to the hiph wlnrfa of lint were compelled to stay at home. For theVl many people tlnulng the >aie for thli NewV we are coru only on Saturday, will be added to the fcTrgaVhich arrived, bargains on the big sale Will will alto be reV- All other In the morning. Shop Rylands THE BUSY STORE PHONE 1S44 Lethbridge Laundry Go., Li Offers a Rare Opportunity Here is an opportunity for the good housewife to save herself Irudgery this winter whilo it is cold: ON NOVEMBER 1st we arc reducing the price of our Itough Laundry work from 7o per pound to gg per pound. This is the cheapest that this work done in Western C'-in- ida. j All "Flat Work" is nnishedi ready for.use. One dozen Hundker- ihiefs allowed with each parcel. All ov.er one dozen, 2c each. not afford, to do yo.iir washing when you can get it done'by i Modern, Sanitary, Steam Laundry at fie per pound. No parcel taken or less than oOc. So more wash day with wet floors and. the house full of steam in Save ooai, save soap, save starch, save drudgery. 'Save going out when il is 30 or 40 degrees below you arc warm, and with hands and arms wet, to hn-ng out clothes where ;hey will freeze instead of dry. Our Drivers will call This Week and Every Week Try this for one month and you will never quit. Pleaae give us your next parcel. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY CO., LID. Phone 451. C. B._ Farrow, Manager. P.O. Box 477. The Girls" Auxiliary will meet to- morrow night s.1 Y.80 In St. tln's Hall. Mr. Percy ol Maple Creek, who has recently returned from the front, is'visiting his uucln and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Down- All members of the Junior Girls' and Boys' Bib'lo classes of St. Cyp- t'lnn'a Sunday school are requested to bo at the Parish room at 7.30 tonlsht for a social evening. Great preparations liave been made hy Wesloy young people for a Hal- lowe'en evening of fun which will be held tonight in Wesloy Hall. All who care to come disguised .are cordially invited. The ladies of the Orange lodge are invited to meet at the home of Mrs. Mariin, 809 7th avenue south, for a social cup of tea tomorrow, i'l lies- day) afternoon at 3 o'clock. A hearty invitation is extended to all. The regular meeting of the History and Current Events section of the Mathesis Club will he held tomorrow afternoon at the home of -Mrs. C. H. Daniels. The members are asked to meet at Mrs. McCI.enaghan's at 2.30 sharp. Mr and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare entertained at a delightful children's party on Saturday afternoon, when fifty'little guests came in fancy cos- tume. Hallowe'en games were the feature ol the partv. the supper table being centred by an immense pumpkin lantern Miss Asllton, Miss Buchanan and Miss McKav assisted in enter- taining the children. The Intermediate Christian Endea- vor of St. Andrew's church held z lasquerade social on Friday night. A easant evening was spent in games Hid music. Prizes were awarded to McDonald, as Charlie Chaplin, Verna Hedenstron, who repre- ;ted a nun. After the refreshments ssrved the pleasant evening came close by singing, "God Save the CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH i Central W. C. T. U. will hold evening at Mrs. 0. omorrow evening at A good program Far- eight being and refreshments will be silver collection will be the benefit" of the Ttavel- Kveryhoily welcome and c especially invited. Rising session of the Na- other Murder n Far Northland ito'n, 'Alta., Nov. Another baa .been committed in the this time In the far north at be, [c :Murray, tut Aery meagre de are reached the Mounted Po- idquarteramt Edmonton at pre- fact that the man vaated for tho crime ia Otto a- naturalized German, who ght to hare made his way Inscription Is as follows: lit, tali toet, flowing brown moustache, blue eyes, speaks English with strong German age between-36 and 40; falr- y well fculH, and probably with wound on head or face. The latter statement Is taken to ncan that then bad been a tight be- ore the crime was committed, aid bat Bushner did not escape without tarrying with .him marks of the af- fray DOCTOR PRESCRIBED VINOL To Restore Strength to Thlt Weak Nervous Woman Man. fair-minded .doctors prescribe Vinol because they know of what it is made, tie medicinal eitrac Pumping Capacity tives of fresh, cod livers, peptonate o] Iron and beef peptone, without oil or Srease, in a w'lne. They know these are the 'oldest and 'most 'amous tonics. 'Read the result in Mrs. Mason's case "I keep house for my little famllj of. two, and got rlnto.a weak, nervous, run-dpwn condition. "I was tired and weak and did not Jrnow what ailed me. My doctor prescribed Vinol. I noticeii an improvement before I had Waned the first bottle, and Tarn now eellng nine and doing all my house work" Mrs M S Mason, 203 Pas- ale t, Trenton, N. J. Every weak, nervous, run down person, feeoie old people and delicate child In Lethorldge should try on offer to return their money if It falls to (benefit J D Higinbotham t Co, Limited, druggists, Lethbridge, AJberta.-r-Ad- vertisement. Red Cross Notes F was re-e dent. Thi Plumptre, er. Mrs, ammously Willoughbv correspond! Th'e 'old elected. The' Mrs, IV E S, Dericlc, Sirs. F. Borden, Ottawa of Women at .Toionto, Drrington of Toronto, unanimously for presi- secretary, Mrs. into, anil the' treasur- Watt, also were un- to office. Mrs ngs, Toronto, is rtary. residents, were re- B Lady Taylor Laurier, Ottawa Hamilton Frost and Prof. Lady During the month of October the Lethbndge branch made shipment to Calgary of the following articles 140 surgical shirts, 28 grey flannel dav, shirts, n bath lobes, a night The splendid sut 'or -the Patriotic by the Ladies' A church, when they iirthe Bentley ston i urep dressed in unifi was made pn Saturday Patrick's pantry sale o was fig- the win- public and 2f were tables ladeK things to eat, presided h% tbo dos attracted t tne In the fire :undenrriter8' report sub- iltted to the city oommiwionera lornlng, It was Biated that owing to spreaslon, the population dc- maied JOOO during ihe three wn. It wu alio BUiteit that the pumping ipacity itlll Inadequate for a irious fire, especially in the event of 10 .pump being out of commicalon. It alio pointed out that no change id made in the force hich weak, more particularly lien there 1n only one main close to station. adfic Coasf Steamer Sunk Vancouver, B.C., Oct The Van- couver Portland cement steamer Le- ona last night near Aetna Psss, wilU-a seven, Such was the word braught today by a Jap aneee from Albion Island to the Stai- eaton police. Hie iJrTivors arrived In a small boot this morning 1 Jaw citj council refused lo Surglcal supplies aid cotton er bandages, 1 pair splints, 560 large anil small pads, 54 amputanpn roili, 24 arm ilmgs, 238 gauze wipes, 612 ;auze compresses; r Included in this shipment were the olloiving donations which the societ) jratefully acknowledge 21 cotton roller bandages, I O D E 16 surgical lnrts fiom the Ladie-' Aid of the Unto school district, 1 splints -Mrs Convbeare, 13 pan of socks, r ,Shaw J7 surS'cal shirts irom the ladies of Commerce 1 bath robe, 6 da; shirts flannel, 10 hot water bottle coicib, from Spring Coulee The allowing is irom a letter re- ceived fiom Calgarj, acknowledging our last shipment "Your shipment has just aimed, and the work is most excellent We were delighted with it Th? sewing is and it is such a comfort to open that are sp neatly PlMse congratulate your branch lor our office, on the splendid woik Ihev arc doing The Red Crosi rooms in the Aca- ilia block are open pii-ept Saturda) every The following church societies SCw tnere durinir the wen Ei cry Monday, the ladies of Kno-i church Tuesday, the ia- appoint a woman, as request- ed by the equal franchise league !ji .A Rood deajer will not substitute any other "flour -v Mure Kn id ;iinl F.-dr- Irom 10 am 'until Crosb 1st and 3rd Thursdays, St Cypri- an's 2nd and 4th Thursdays, St Patricks 1st and 3rd Fridays, St Augiistm's The ladles of the Mor- regular monthly meeting of the soci- ety. Tihe treasurer begs to acknowledge receipt of 15 00 from Nick Trahuo of this city More "Oodfathar" For the Kaiatr Berne, Oct. a further en- couragement of larger fimlll., GarmanT, William now pro- mises to bo godfather, not only to the seventh and eighth ions bom In suc- cession, but alto to the seventh and eighth and ninth sons with n daughter 01 daughters Intervening Splendid Stocks of Dress Goods Selling at Old Prices i FRENCH BROADCLOTH ZO inches wide, extra fine QimL- ity, colors Russian ween, black and Alice blue. CREPE DE CHINE S1.75 quality, pure silk. 42 inches wide; colors Allco, rose, cream, navy, mauve, black, eto. CHEVIOT SERGE S1.75 Beautiful quality, puro wool, 32 inches wide: colors brown, Rus- sian cardinal and 'black. UNION SUITS S1.75 Beautiful quality suits, fint and soft, guaranteed unshrink- able; long sleevpfi and V neck or short sleeves with low neclr. Sites 38 and 40 in same grade at EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR Northway Qouard Treffouse Vlyella Flannels and Under- wear High Class Waists Dresses, Klmonas, Evening Wear, etc. WOOL SERGES 75c Plain navy and grey ami neat hair lino stripes In navy and Alice blue, all pure wool. VIYELLA SUITS 53.00 Guaranteed im- Blirlnkable, small, medium, and extra largo women's sizes, at 53.00, and respect- ively. Round neck- and long Bleoves or low neck with short Roused to bitterness over the exe- rtion of the brave English nurse Miss Edith Cavell, by tho barbarous Germans, George Custer Cardwell, a Kentucklan with artillery experience came atl-the-wer from hie home to Lethbridge on Saturday to enlist with the new 39th Battery, and do "his bit" to p.ut down the foarbaribm tliaL would condone such an inhuman act. Cardwell signed on with the Bat lery on Saturday. He was given, a hearty welcome by Major Stafford and his brother 'members of the Bat tery, who appreciated the- gpirit whlcl led him to travel such a long way anc break his home ties to join a Canad- ian unit. Cart well IB a, well-bufft young md his three years' experience In, ar- most of which vaa in taking special courses at West Point will be n variable to the. officers and men lere! He ia now In training'and en- thusiastic over his chance to get to ;he front. Sarcee Camp is Breaking Up Now Calgary, Nov. Sarcee camp will break up fmallv this week Two of the three Edmonton battalions have gone home and the 'third is .following at once The 13th G M R is expected to leave for Medlcinfe Hat where it wll winter about the end of the ueek, Recruiting the 82nd Battalion is closed, the regiment being filled young girls of the church, being read by an expert'fo sum; St. Patrick's Ladies to thank the Ladies' Aids i fcrent churches for their pickles, Mr Coolcn for__ .the store: Hudson's Bay'Co; u A.-McKillop Co., for.dishes', Terrill and Frache Bros, for flo and Mr. G W Robinson for of-the store. CRONKITE-BL-ACKER A quiet wedding was solemnized ol Saturda) when Mr S TJ Batslord, of the Chnstadelphi church, united Miss Reafey and Mr. Thomas Cronkite bonds of matrimony up. The 56th Battalion, 'which is. re- placing a draft company, is the only -unit recruiting here at the moment, but the 89th, the new battalion to he raised is expected 'to start this' week. COALDALE NEWS Coaldale, Oct officers and manbcrs of Coaldale Chapter 0 E S have issued imitations for j t dance to be given in the Gram Grow- 1( ers Hall, Wednesday evening, Nov 3rd A short plaj, "The Bachelor's IJream, will be presented and prize mil be given for the best waltzmc couple Fred Morton has purchased a fine new Studabaker car. While riding a bicvcle Archie Mit- chell bkd the misfortune to collide Annual Meeting of Western Asso. Press Winnipec, Nov. The annual gen- ial meeting of the. shareholders of Western Associated Press, Ltd., being held here today under the .irmanshui of Pres E H Macklin the occasion has brought togeth- number of" pubr nf wiic" naa tnc misioriune to collide lo anf'un E" W bone H. A Suggitt and family motored to Cowles last week for a vsit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Untou k. daily publi: ner" the president delivered the .annual is in which he -took toccatiion to .t'ulate the 'members on the sol- of the. association, notwith- the difficult newspaper con- nf a year nf war and. was able considerable economies in g of this vcar's business invitation ot Mr. Macklni an. account was given bv Chambers, chief press Canada, of the .work of his i, in the course of which it Mr, Ltvcsay, manager P had been appointed vttt, the ohjoct being newspaper into ai close ilMe with the censorship. in ii now making a trip far as the coait continues this after- evening the Winnipeg diti to the .On I] in ten Lieut censor organf; he (aid of the to bring touch as Col. through niee noon, .and tl An Appeal to Wives You know the terrtble affliction thai comee to many homes from the result, of a drinking or son. You know of the money wasted on "Drink" that is needed in the home to purchase food and clothing. OR- RINB has saved thousands drink- ing men. It Is a home treatment. No sanitarium expense. Can be en secretly. We are in earnest when we asJc you to give ORHINE a trial. You have nothing to risk and ftvery- thlng to gain, for your money will be returned if after a trial you fail to get. results from ORRINE. ORRINB is prepared in two forms; No. 1, secret treatment; ORRINB No. 2 the voluntary treatment. Costs only 51.00 a box. Ask for booklet. Red Cross Drug Store, Third Avenue S., Lethtoridge, druggists. London, attention Is being directed here to the movement of Brito'ns, even in ,war time. In the eight months ending in August, British left the United Kingdom for the British Empire and for the United States-and other foreign countries. Their des- tination was as follows: United States, Canada and -.Newfoundland, Australia, 8334; South Africa, 7163. In the same period'of-the "previous year there were outward pas sengers, of whom the" British Empire got 13S.058 Tho question" naturally; arises, says the Daily Graphic, whether there is leakagti of enlistable men, and if any considerable movement of this sort were ia it would be In the power of those 'in authority to stoi? it. In the event of. compulsory service being instituted it doubtless once would be arrested. J. O. Smith of the'Canadimn Emi- gration department, when asked by Jie Graphic for his views, remarked J 'We tell all enlistable men that there Is a recruiting office almost next door, and that-Canada lis not men to Europe to let other men CANADIAN General Change Train Service October 31st Full from Tlcl Agents. R. DAW8ON, Dlstrfct Pasaenaer Agent, Calgary. Mr. age go but and get their.Joba." Smith added that it was very rare .to find a man of enllstable 'age wanting to emigrate, and that ticaliv the only people going out since tha -war were those who cplnj to join their families. Mine Classes May Be Re-opened Dr J C, Miller, ropetittlfodent of technical education lor the is in the city today, and meeting the school board and the mlneri at the various mines relative to the es- tablishment of miners classes hero, this winter, euch as were conducted at the various coal camps under Dr. Miller's direction last -wlntfr. Dr, Miller is quite confident that his classes will meet with fully ai much, If not more, success than last win- ter.i owing to the increased activity of the mines Classes are given in in- struction leading to certificates for pit boss and mine boss. Dr. Miller will also visit the coll oampa. cent, to Lethbridge. i will entertain din- luembers. LADY CAPTUMD ondM, The hoeplui In Serbia or Mil; Ralph wife of the perminent under seoreturr for Poreign hn fallen Into tho nu.li of ths Bulgnrlims tliroiisli their cuptlire Skoplje 'fliere aro on of the hmplUl, Qunlight POLLDW 5C. tXR For you, Mtdm, a dty'i done in half ike time, with half the work and half die opoue you me Sunlight Fot your of Ihe nib and wear of uSe waih board mk of njury (ran Bjuntxa'. chonicab. Just pun toap MT- fecUy made b Sunnfht in haid or toft water, warm or cold. Kind lo the handa. Will you pleaae te- nMtubei the name Sunlight tXRECDONS ;