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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1918 THE : >:�>> ^ o �>* � ? O > > * PERSONAL * O ? * * Miss Thelma McBachern, who has been 111, Is able to be around again, Mrs. 13. H. Wilmot was si visitor In the city at the boglnnlne of the week with Mrs. J. Henderson. ; V . . Mrs. Henning, of Bow Island spent the week end In the city. ^ Mrs. A. G. Welch is here frorri Vancouver nursing, her son Earle A. Welch, who is suffering from Spanish influenza. She is accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Harrison, also of, Vancouver. V .    Capt. Beemaii and Capt. Porter were visitors In Nobleford this week. Every'pupil in the Anglican Jtission r School on the Sarcee Indian Reserve V � is laid up with influenxa, also foue.and Mrs. Duncan McNabb will reside out of the five members ot the staff, � � O O *�>r tan (Boncrroaandyn lyonrtunilyeaii for the coast cities, the bridn wearing a travelling costume ot navy blue serge with,hat to match and sable furs. Upon their return they will be at homo at Wrentham, Alberta.    �  � ft  O ? * � All scholars of St. Cyprian's Sunday School .are asked to come to the church from 11 to 12 to get their Sunday school papers.    The Art Needlework Club will not meet .'on Monday hut wool can be ob-taineil and socks turned in at the home ot Mrs. J. Jones, 623 9th Street So^th, until, further notice.   *, * � � * * � LIEUT. PHILLIPS AWARDED .* � .  ? > > ? > ? ? ? : : 't- ; ? : Lieilt. Eugene S. Phillips of Cran-brook. who is with the Canadian infantry, been awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous bravery nn'^.the ifield. bt battle and the Ijotadon- Gazfette bf Sdpt:' 29 gives tlie following regarding the ant of bravery for wbicli tlie honor �was awarded: This officer displayed great dash, courage and enterprise in patrol duly on four different nights, securing valuable information and harassing and iiifiictiug casualties on the entiny, and has beei awarded the Military Crltes. "On one night he puslieii: forward with a small patrol (about 700 .yards in the bright moonlight, engaged an enemy wiring party In mass with Lewis jgim fire and killed' six or eight and wounded others. Pressing forward'he was engaged by "three enemy machine guns, one ot which he silenced with bombs and wltKdrew without casualties'.' Liiput. Phillips is a brother of Lieut. Sperry Phillips, who lost his leg above the knee in a scrap with the Huns on March 28, 1916, just before the offensive at' Vimy ridge. Both are Cran-, brook boya and Lieut. E. S. Phillips,! M.G., enlisted as a private iti"; the 196th 'Western Universfty battalion In 1916. He attended an officers' training | school after arriving in Khgland and, went to Prance as a, subalterij .in a Saskatchewan battalion. He received a bullet wound In the right shoulder \ on Aug. 12. The bullet, .which ,w^s frora .T sniper's rifle,, went through his shoulder and came out through the back below the shoulder blade. Lieut. Phillips made a rnpid recovery and for (he fir.-st thrcf- weeks in Octoljer was travellinp llirough Ireland and Scotland on a trip arranged by the Canadian Hed Cross .�oc)Pty. He expfects to r,etuni to the ISlh'Canadian reserve battalion at Brnmshott and from there ibopes to rejoin his old battalion in l�**>> : V >: * ; FOR OCTOBER ,. : ? ; ? . Trains met, 184. people assisted tO, oC, whom 14 were young girls. A young girl in on a train �ron\. 'the east going to Butte, Montana, had^' her ticket through and did not Itnow^l that she would have to v/ait over in'-Lethbridpe. \ Traveller-^' Aid took lier to Transient Home, as she hart no: money to p?y for lodging,' � ' ; A woman with two small c'nildren, came into /the city from the Old' Country. Her friends were not at the' station to meet her. Travellers' Aid took woman and children in charge; and notified her friends, who canio foif her Tfest day. '  . * >^ �� \- MARY':-CA^I!3R0N, . , | ' � � � 'v "'TravBllers' Aid." ^ .> {. ^ .> : Christmas parcels for the boys, should soon be on their way oversp^s, November l.'ith, being the extreme date sot, Variety In parcels is .much MR.'P.H. MCHUGH . lOSChutohSireet, Montreal. -i^- --December 10th, 1917. '."^jras a grftBtsuiTcrer IVom Rheum -aiism/or over 16 years, I consulted specialists, v'tbbk mediniues, used ' lotions ; biit-aothing did me good. _^j|ien, r -.bagan to lujo "Fruit-a-tives" ; ancl�iii-15 day.s, the pain, was easipr aiid the llhciimrtti,sm wiW better. Gijadually, Fruil-a-iives" . ovir.iatne my Rheumaiisin; and noiv, fbr'flve :yfars,'l have had no return of ilie'trotibje.^ Also, I had serero ' Ecsema and Consiipaiion, and "Vruit-a-tives" rRlieved me of these complaints ; and gave mo a good appetite ; and in everyway restored me to teaUh": P. H. MoHUGH. 60e. a box,S for $2,50, trial size25o. /At dealers4or sent post paid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tire� Limited, Ottawa, Oat. : ? :  > .J, .J. >;>> ;. FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? > * Bear in niind (hat in buying wheat flour it is imp'erative that you take 20 per cent, of. substitutes away with you at the same time. The authorized -suh.stitutes op the market are: - Barley flour. Oat fIduh; / , ' Corn flour. Kj;e fiour. ��, ' -. * * "Everybody.'works but father" runs the old music-.iiall ditty, but.the mora up-to-date version is ','Everywoman works � whileiFat.her Fights," as the following flguresj go to, prove: - 2,000,000 waiiffcii >ave atMWork \n tS-ve industries of iBn'gland, S20;()00 in'Comfeerce.^ " * 819,000 in met^l. and chemical works. ' 644,000 in munition factories. � 270,000 on the''farms, ^'103,000 in the civil service, (>3,000 in banking and finance, 41,000 omploye'd by the railways, 16,000 building ships. 17,000 in hospital service. ....'"i'�.9��..�..*. -, lemon juice WHJTINS SKIN . � � \ � Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents i s Squeeze the juice of two lemons^ into a bottle containing three ounces j of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint ot the best bleaching and skin whitening lotion, and complexion beautifier at very, very small cost. ,Ypui>grocer ha�;,tj?e lemons and any driig 'sibrc or toilet pounter will supply, thi-ee?JIero is a homii-ninde syrop which mil-liditB of people have found tobethemosb dependable, means of, breaking up stub-bfer-ii coughs. It .is che|ip^,atid simple, but Vg'Ty prom.pfc ih,jact.ioin,r*X7nder-it,B heal-ifcj; soothing influence, Qhest soreness ^oes, phlepn ^loosens, breathing hpcoinss cisier, tickling in, throat stops and vou R��ra ffood night's restful'sleep. Tli�-usual.wroat and'cheat colds are con� qunted by it in, 24 hours or less. Noth- , Iffllj better for bronchitis, hoarseness,; orsijfip, whooping cough, bronchial asthma 1 'Winter couchs.  , ''?Io make this splendid coufjli syrup, \ 'pour 2V'j ounces of PinW (50 cents | y?mh), Into a 16-oz. bottlfe and fill the ! bt�ttle with plain ^anulated sugar syrup i and: shake thoroughl.v- If you prefer,' ufiei^clarified molasses, honey, or corn BjTuip, ;instcad'of sugar syrup. Either ?f?aut .iiumbersrnhis, articjes:-v hut 'only'-(how .\vhioh !C�iri liiB. used Bt:the mom-j^^tf:. Follo's^ftafe.ari: ao'niee.tfggestlons: � ch6c6l()t chocolbtlii^ "'sugar, candles, toimelsv?! "li&^v*>MaSiiS^iSiam�r-^^^^^^ handkiBj-eWotii toothpaste, soap, btuyh. j dTiiRgisfc for "2% ounceW of Knex" with es, cookers soup tablets, cocoa, choco- full directions, and,don't accept anv-late, gum, oigarctt.*s, tobacco, ofi-*!, tiling else. Guaranteed tb give abBoluia tinned fruit and r9�.tabl,T. iJlTnrc^lSSS-?^-'^^""''^'^ London. Nov. 2,~-(BrKish wireless -.rviee)-King George has sent the nlJowing telegram to iJput.-Gen, Sir William Marshall, coinmainder of the British forces in ftfesppotamia: "I am delighted to hear that you have finished the campaign in Mesopotamia by the capture of the entire Turkish force on the Tigris, with Its commander. In conpratulatlug y.ou and Ell ranTi-s on this success, I wish to recordnay grateful appreciation of the part playfed by the Mesopotamlan oxpeditiopafy ^force in the., complete capitulation of the Turkish army.'" � To Gen. Alle'riby. commander of the British in Palestine, the King sent: the following message: "I wish to express my admiration for the spirit and endurance' of .the troops under your command, who, regardless of fatigue and hardship, have so pressed the retreating a'urkish columns as to. overcome all resistance. Their efforts have been deservedly ,rewarded by the complete surrender fo the Turkish fores. This^S a glorious and memorable,adhievement and oa behalf of your grateful, fellovir countrymen I thank you and alt ranks of the .Egyptian expeditionary fqrce. In recognition ot( your eininent; ser. vice I have much'pleasure in promoting you to be a knight of the Grand Cross of the Most Honorable Order of, the Bath." The death is announced at Hick-son of Samuel Rowe, sen., another of Oxford county's pion,eers, / Flight-l/ieut, W. Burt Bickell, Toronto, has died of injuries received in an airplane accident m-England, � �I M.' " --^ �-n-v ��-_a_. Rev. .John A. MacDonAell, cnr�te ,o( the parish-at Ctysler, Ont.i:. died^ ^at Cornwall, after an lllne** of only :� week with pneumonia. The decoased was a .son of J. MacDonuell, of Greenfield, Glengarry County.  Satttfday Night l^^ecials These specials are on sale tonight only from 6.30 to 9.00.. Thc!re is.always soniething good at Ryiar^dsiJ^, where the c^wds all go. . Av^:f:-^-n(^-' ^ iCASHMfRE HQ5E I.,adies' Uaslimere Hosein^'good medluni weight for earl^ .fall: wear: Pull fashioned and full range of sizes'from 8% tO;10. Tifeae hose are easily w6rth 75Q,to 85c pair. Saturday Night ^^'^:^| Special. . MEN'S SWEATER CbATS A limll:ed number otrMen's Swaat'er ?o&t9 tni grey, bUie anafM brown shades Close fitting neckp, pockets, etc. -Wellfmade A sw^ali-f;r coat that cannot be duplicated at anything like the o price, Saturday Ni^ht Special.......,... _..----......... �|�~3�,! PIJ.LOW COTTON 300 yards of'pure white circular Pillow Cotton . in excellent quality. This seenis something like a gift "when you ltnow'\that the �'hol<5Ealc prlcb today is more than our retail .price,',^-11,^ Saturday Night Special, yard.......-----i.j,....V;..^"C GREY FLANNEL ' This pure "VVool Flannel In either light or dark gi-ey ahados'ls an e.'ccellent buv at this price. Suitable for underwear, shirts and children's dresses. Worth today 65c to 75c yard. . CAii Saturday Night Special...........................i.. wVC, WWTE TOWELS Pure White Turkish iBath Towels-In good quality, made.':wlths'^ fringed ends from,beat Quality of iTe^ry.v Good' medium: efrS,-o^lsy * to laimder. Regular :75c pair. .'Saturday Night Special,^ '00^ BUNGALOW APRONS , . 100 Ladles' Bungalow.or CJorarall Aprons in bjg roomy.i�ty]�,: ,hut good fitting. Made from best'quality of petcale. Neatly flniahed'; in Dutch neck style. Regular $175 value Saturday Night ?p,ecial .............................. laDlP --PHqflJ^E 12SX-y- IP IMPOSSI^LeFOft-VpUUTO LEAVP THE.H0U8E (WAKte USE OF OUR l�ROMPr*.0ELIVERY AND 84^TH,F4l|CTOB'^i SERVICE. " , , ' 236?92 ?9?6203089032083???3383503941701?16429765?8076?4892??09136604875 ;