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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 3, 1915 THE LETHIiKinfiE DAILY ('AGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Exclusive Agents forGossard Corsets, Northway Garments, Viyella Flannels and Under- iwear, Niagara Maid Hosiery Phone and Gloves Sale of All Suits and Coats Tliiirsday, Friday and Every suit and coat "In" store included in this sale. You can have your pie It of the' eurmonU of the of ..them only iu the 'store a. fow most substantial reductions'for the noxi three'days. ALL SUITS UP TO ffQ7 Cft; Choicest New. Styles I This one lot Includes nearly all the suits iii our por- tion of those "on hand now bairig and garments. -Finest.: pure wool cheviots, and-'broadcloths, navy, Russian greeri" and Mack, Close buttoning military silk or satin some fur trimmed. GREAT COAT SALE 7C Worth up to 520.00---- V A collection of some forty mid very smart new style garments In best plain' colors and some twecil mix- tures. .Close fitting military .collars, made in convertible stylo to roll lorn. Sizes 16 to te, .1'or slight anil stout nil tliej regular sly.es be- tween. 'All GonLs 1'or All itud Coats for Coals 'All und Coats 1'or the story and if you am thinking.of liuyin.tr a coa'fc or this. sp.n.soii, you could ndt choose a -hotter- time 'to .make vour selection. PHO.NE .122'! Tli'e executive .aLJJie I.O.D.E. will tomorrow evening at 8.; olclock jf 42J 5th bfcet Miss Boles liainut- foi Ont-, called, there Ijy tbi. ness ol tailing >orlts W> E are .a male The I 0 D E are req beheld riiuv uu. fan in the heel, htit trf-inatoHhW cither squillc or Mil and Urs J H aS ilr Airs H C ttefetbrook have taken up their residence it 7ih S for Tht lathes churph aie requested to at Crosi rooms tgnfoxcox fot sewing -1 Private D Bartjett of the A C leturncd to Calgarj today af- ter a shord with his children and parents in lhe tiU I he. Dominion. Rcbckah N7o. 41, H hold it" regular meeting on IhurMtaj evening, 1th instead of Nov. llth, in the I.O.O.F. hall at S1 o'clock-.-Visiting :-Rebekahs are cpr- dia'h iriMled to attend In honor soon-to-be Lady of the House, President Milsonb fiancee, a new shade has been 1 1 dith Rose J1 It is lighter than American ue-uitA and a little darkei than begonias and is shown m all light neave materials 'President Wilson's Fiancee Mrs C K Daniels, Mrs R E SUith, Mrs Cobbledick Mrs. Shoul dice, Sirs Branno-n Mrs Kipp and Mrs G-albraith Jeft this afternoon lor Macjeod, where thev uill attend the district missionary contention of the Methodist church GREAT A Huge Stock of Groceries and Provisions Slightly Damaged by Fire and Water In Our Warehouse to be Cleared Insurance Company's Loss Your Gain--------Come Early for Big Snaps Royal Crown Soap per pkt. 16c Celluloid Starch 3 for 25c Bensons Enamel Starch 3 for 25c Kootenay Strawb'ry Jam, 41b. pail 69c .Brooms, 5 string Children's Brooms Silver Gloss Starch Shredded Wheat Lux each 25c each'lOc lib. pkt. 6c per pkt. 5c 4pkts for25c Robin Hood Oats Robin Hood Oacs Roman Meal Krinkle Corn Flakes Kellog's Corn Flakes Grape Nuts Toilet Paper Butter Paper Oyster Biscuits Cotton Clothes Line 51bs. 19c 21bs. lie per pkt. lOc per pkt. 5c per pkt. 5c per pkt. He -per pkt. 5c per ream 20c per Ib. 8c Muscatelle Raisins Evaporated Pears 31bs for 25c per Ib. lie Evaporated Apricots Seedless Raisins Seeded Raisins Figs perlb.12 ic per pkt. 9c per; pkt 9c Swift's Lard, tins slightly discolored 5 it. tins for 69c 3 39c 10 Bar Sugar Lump Sugar Icing Sugar Lump Sugar per Ib. 8c 3 Ibs for 25c perlb. 6c per Ib. 6c Well-known Brand TETLEY TEAS' Tetley'sNo. 2.....39c Tetley's Red Sunflower 33c Tetley's Dried Japan 29c Tetley's Red Label 33c Premier Bacon Premier Hams per Ib. 22c per Ib. 18c Hudson's Bay Company MS CD ITU 01 The regular montlly meting 01 ,the Knoi Ladies' Aid will be held in ,tho school room 01 the church toraor ro afternoon at S o clock The hos- tesses are Mrs B Stafford Smith and Mrs Malcolm Young .Reception committee Mrs Higin- ootham and Mrs. A M Marshall _J i r v J ht A oung Ladies cl of jurch will meet at the.homo'.ol Sliss Patrick 320 7th iomoriow evening it 8 o does, to sew for the of the Pmpire All men SEAL BRAND COFFEE Irresistible! In 1 and 2 pound cans. Fine Giouud for Percolatots. CHASE SANBQRN, MONTREAL. asked lo he present and io steel knitting nnec'lcs) if pos- fotlovMug it a list ol contnliu tors to the Bolgian refugees Mlb Klrkhim Mis Stjnlei Kirlihoni Mru Bowman Mrs Henderson Jlrs Ual rsmple 'Mrs ,Mri Wellington Mrs Snijiman Mis Santson "Un Korne, Christie Mra JIISs Wdoten Mrs Ucllillea ar Mrs McMJllen Mri Scott, iMrs McMillan (rfardleillle) Mrs Mrs, Officer. Mis Nai snlltli Mrs 'Brandon Mrs ''Irs Wlilildln'ston Mrs Lahte' Jin A.ltklll, Harrison Mrs, Tntfs lira PoiAnm Lames of Commerce pel Mrs Hcldr Miss Ooslm Mrs Siott, sr, Mis (Horn, Jfrs, Donnon Mrs DoVebsr Jits Si all llardimllc Indies per Mra1 MoMlltan Mrs Hnyr Mrs SeUnpIci Jirs Mrs Cornack, Mlos, Mlfis A I Bell MKs Ashtoa Mrs; L }I John Mrs T A Mirrs WeBtminater Laduv Alii jirr MIB Mrs a Rtrs Hale) Mri QnltvralUi, MH Rutherford Mri Wright ilis A B Tntm Mrs Mr- D Mrs Mrs Mrs Red raond, SFrsi Mias D Nlraniojis, Mrs Sinttb, Mrs Koimodi, Mrs Wll linmann Mha MoKelvlo. Mrs 1 II Monli, Mn D N Higinbotlnm Mias Tilne% Mrs Ir Mag Miss Mrs Goode Mr Meldrum; -Mrs. K. D. Johnston. Mrs. Robertson Mrs IfcKllloo ClarKo t fo Mis Tones Mrs Allin Miss Me Kay, Cook Mrs Mrs Co'ipman, Mrs. Ripley, Mrs. 'Ritclie, Mis Stafford Mis Bratlej Mrs Mai iflj MTB Holmes, Bawden Simpson Co and a number of Tvithout names liist: of clothing from I.O.D.15." for refugees In iirments mens nndeinear 20 childi-cn's sweaters: 15 garments ivp-, mens W pans children a j knickeis "i" pairs children s hose 12 pairs women's hose; .5-pairs men's hose, 11 children s petticoats J4 children's night robes; 6 ladies' petti- coats; 3 children's coats; 17 child- i dresses; 42 garments i'or -babies up to flnee jears 1 Cornells night dresses; ;J women's combinations; (i children's caps; 0 boys''pants; 2'biiii- dies boys miscellaneous clothes 2 men's flannel shirts; 3.woollen wraps 1 bundle ladles'7. miscellaneous gar- ments, 3 men's overcoats; 3 women's overcoats 1 fur cap and collar 1 man s suit 1 ladies short coat and 1 pair -Jadies' boots and stock- ings; set- children's-combinations; 1 pair boots C sweaters 2 pairs pants 20 garments-children's underwear. Report lor the Gait Hospital foi the month nf October 191 o Numhci of pitientb in hospital beginning of month Ulmittances during month 9j Transients admitted during the month 10 163 Number ot patients discharged during month Deaths- during month Numbei 01 pitienls in hospital at endi ol month Transients dl charged during the month YES-IT IS POSSIBLE TO STOP RHEUMATISM Rheumatism is a tormenting aim stubborn mahdy In some yields to treatment which is avail in other cases The darling pirns, la.me mmclLS or stiffened joints onlj disappear bj grad ually expelling the imc acid, and in my thous uids h ue been relieved by the blood-enriching oil food in brott's Emulsion tint you should it a f jithfnl ti i il Scott s I mulsion acts is aponeiful blood purifier by increasing the red corpuscles ind it strengthens the organi to carr> off the acids winch cause fry Biiuilsioti Ft cannot Jiarni II Ini, helped t.iousanrts and may IK. actly wnat jou mod No BcollA Ttitonto. 15-39. lowest month t7 Highest number during month M Daih 51 uinhcr 01 hospital loi linvitp patients 10T NumhcL of hospital for waul patients .pajing) 1337 of hospital dajs for patients (fiee) Ifi1) Total numbei ol hospital -for thq month HOI of operations tinder een eral anaesthesia 5i Number ol operations under lo cal or no Anaesthesia 11 Number of patient- treated in outdoor department 3 Number of trutmonts and dress lags in oxildooi (leparr mcnt J% umbel ot hospital amhutanre rails 13 I ho hospital nisbes io atknoulrdgt nith thanks, thf following donations durmp the month 0 Hags Thomas Leu- is rralcs The Trustees of tho Uospittl Knox Cfcuveli I idies' Aid and the LcthlitMer Guild inaga7ints Holt; b 1, U001 ION, Supt. THE W.OMEM'S. NATIONAL ANTHEM The: following -is. from- a gentleman uho recently visited England While in London -recently I. came in touch' with'a little incident, which I ihmk ull interest jou I day, at noon, a re- ctuitmg meeting in front of the Man sion House A great crqwd of men and women--listened to the recruiting sergeants, all of whom had.' "done thpit hit" at the front V ladv with a magnificent (Sing patriotic songs, which peihaps were more the. speeches of the recruiting; sergeants At the close of the meeting; H was annoimc- ciJ that atfer singing I he King the ]adi uould smg "Tlie Ionian s AiiChim Then in splendid sbe "Gorf save out sjlendid men Send them safe home again God our men Keep them uctodoife Patient and Chivalrous, Ihc> are so dear to us God save our men. sang, eVerv stood tin covered, and .with b'Awed head, and there uerc nof miny du eves T