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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IIUIULD KIUDAY, NOVKMHKU'it, ProlVssor Burl will complete contract on paid in iH'I'ore ton o'clock tomorrow With purchases amounting1 to we sdvc With purchases amounting1 to F-'O.OO we give We Are Showing a Fine .Range of Ladies' Handsome New WINTER COATS In velvets, plushes and tweeds. Offering1 the finest collection for your choosing1. This is a very special purchase and affords you a splen- did opportunity to select your new coat at a very moderate price. FOB THE CIULDBKX New Hats in plain velvets mid corduroys. Ladies' New Voile Waists V--BT-I shaies and stvlcs. Good fittins and well made throughout. are jusfto tandanu have new shawl and lunidkerclne, from effects. These are reasonably [.need. Children's Fleece Lined Waists in sizes '2 to 10 .years........................... Men's Wear Specials for Satur- day, also Boys' Wear Men's Fleece Lined Combinations Good nualiiy. All sizes. Per suit v Boys' Fleece Lined Combinations All sizes.'Special per suit v Boys' Khaki Colored Military Overcoats .Made' of very heavy winter serge. QC Size 6 to S years..................-- Boys' Medium Weight Overcoats In reefer'styles. 9 C Sizes 6 to 9 years....................................... V Same description as above. EJ7 7S Sizes 10 to 15 years.................................... J NEW CANDIES Home made tresh Saturday Walnut and paisst butter and Ot _ Chocolate Pudge, per Ib...................................... Plain Fudge, per Ib............................................. Juc Peanut Bar, After Dinner Mints. Salted Peanuts. Imperial Caramels and toasted Jlarshmallows. per Ib................... Saturday. November-Jth. All coupons must be ;i painting1, ISxi'O. a painting', sixe Neckwear, Hosiery Ribbons Offer a Special Choosing for Saturday 1.000 Ends Ribbons In all calves anil widths. to li yard ends. 15c Ladies' Silk Boot' Hose Black or while. 3 pair 75c for New Neckwear and Frillings cpei'i'd. comprising all lie now styles, featuring CowJ Col- tho in neckwear at 5Sc. 51.00, 51.50. nn each S1'75 Boy's and Misses' Boot Specials for Saturday Boys' Box Calf Boots In buiton and blucher styles, makes a nice dress boot for ft A QQ fall wear, sizes :'i to 5Vb, special Boys' (Box Calf Blnciier Boots In sizes from size 1 to a good serviceable boot for school wear Sixes 8 to 10 Sizes 11 to 13 Misses Boots in button or blucher style, patent leather or kid. A very fine dress boot. o- 11 Sixes 11 10 Sizs 8 to 10.............. Sack -1i2.fiO OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND Very Special Sack Sack BLUE RIBBON TEAS dM AA 2VJ pounds for...... 1 RED ROSE TEA Very" Special 40c WITH EVERY POUND OF H. S. CO. TEA PURCHASED FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE WILL GIVE A 15 INCH SCHOOL RULER. PEAS, CORN BEAMS Special. tins for CANNED TOMATOES i for................ R. C. SOAP Special, packet G. W. WASHING POWD- ER. Packet CORN STARCH packets for WETHEY'S MARMA- LADE. Special PEARL JAMS. 4 pound tins.......... ROBERTSON'S BRAMBLE JELLY One pound jars H. B. CO.'S PURE FLAVORING ESSENCES 4 ounce hottles SARDINES. In oil. Very OC- ffiic quality. 4 for 25c 35c 23c 23c 25c 59c 45c SALAD DRESSING. In hollies. 23c and PURE GOLD SALAD DRESSING In paclif-ls PRESERVED' CHINESE Per pound CORNED BEEF Sliced, lier pound CORNED BEEF. I'iecc. Jicr pound PEAMEAL BACON I Sliced, per pound PEAMEAL BACON j I'iece. per pound RAW HAM Sliced, per pound RAW HAH I'iece, ner pound COOKED HAM Per pound GOOD DAIRY BUTTER Per pound 25c SOc 35c 30c 30c 28c 35c 30c 40c 40c BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE Per pound........... GRAPES. Kor table use. Z pounds Tor PEARS. Per dozen.............. LEMONS. Per dbxen PUMPKIN I'cv pound SQUASH Per pound SWEET POTATOES pounds for RIPE TOMATOES. Per pound............ CABBAGE Per pound COOKING ONIONS ft pounds for........... SPANISH ONIONS pomidfi Tor flneButton's PORATED I6TG "ECONOMISTS FOR THE PEOPLE" HERBERT E. BURUIPCC STORES COMMISSIONER PHONE 1224 You get MORE for yotn money at this sale than elsewhere. ..Rylands Co. Air. uml Mrs. K. Downing left today on u short trip to Winnipeg. Airs. H. W. Meiii-h left today to spnml 11 week with friends In Mrs. J. Harris and liltle daughter ofi j Calvary are spending a few days in' the city wHh Mr. Harris. Inspector Morgan, who has been ill with typhoid fever at tht> Diamond Pity ho.spi.ial. able to be around again I hopes to be home in a week or so. The flowers that were used for ttie I decorations at the 1. O. D. M recep- tion yesterday were toduy distributed to the patients in the Gait hospital by j 'the members of the Flower Guild. 1 Capt. the Hon. Rupert Guinness und; j Lady Gwendoline Ciinnness left last 'night in their private oar for Medicine Hat. They will spend Sunday in Banff. later goinj; to the coast. Capt. Win. Harris, who te well known in this city and who left Cal- gary with the ntiih battalion, has been in a hospital near Shorneliffe, for seven weeks suffering from an at-1 tack of typhoid fever. He is now eon- j valescent but it will be several months j before he is able t6 rejoin his repi-1 incut. Previous to beiiiR taken ill, Harris had been taking parties j of troops across from England to j I France. Between forty and fifty ladies of tli W. C. T. U. were entertained by Mrs.! J. E. Lovering at a chain tea yester-l day afternoon at her home. Needle-; work and pleasant conversation were: engaged in. Mr. Leo M. Coombs of! the Conservatory of Music contributed! j several musical numbers. Dainty re-' freshments were served by the hostess. i In honor of Lady Gwendoline Guin- ness, the Alexander Gait chapter, T. O. D. E.. held a very brilliant reception at the Chinook Club yesterday alter- i noon (through ilie kindness of thej ichlb Thy spacious dining room was well filled with hidies anrll gentlemen, who listened with close :attention to the very able address Lady Guinness gave on the work of the navy and the need of recruits for that branch of the service. Little curly-headed Norman Ritchie in a Jack Tar'snit presented the guest of honor with a lovely bouquet ot violets at the conclusion of her address. Lady Guinness, who has a charming personality, had a pleasant greeting for everyone and spoke of the many kindnesses that the women oC Canada are doing for her on this trip from OVER REAL "CUT PRI ALT FOR We have added scores of bar- gains to our already tempting .array of Alteration Sale Spe- cials for tomorrow's business, which we expect will eclipse all records. Why pay regular prices for your dry goods when you can buy them at this big cut price sale from 1O to 35 per cent, less coast to i Mrs. G. W. Robinson, the regent ofj Itho chapter, wearing midnight blue} QALT 'HOSPITAL REPORT FOR I satin, veiled with black nlnon MONTH OF OCTOBER black toque with smart blue wing. re-jx0. patients in hospital begin- calved the guests and assisted by njll'g 01- 'month .eral members of the executive, intro-; Admittances during mouth induced them to Lady Guinness, who Transients admitted 'wore a smart black taffeta suit ami black tailored hat. The floral appointments were par- ticularly pretty. Vases of carnations and palms and ferns were lavishly used for decorations, and the tea table was very attractive wirn a large cut glass vase of chrysanthemums, smaller vases of Ophelia roses, strands of smi- ilax studded with the allies' flags; a. birch bark boat filled with roses mimber during mouth No. patients discharged during the month.................. Deaths during month........... No. patients in hospital at end of month.................... Transients discharged SHIP POTATOES IN FLAT CARS Seattle, Nov. gondolas or fiatears arrived in the Seattle1 yards today loaded with Yaluma potatoes bought from producers in the Yakima 4 valley at to per ton. The spuds were covered with tarpaulins. 119 These were the first ft a tears ever to come to Seattle with perishable 72 freight. The acute shortage of ears was brought painfully home to east- 25c 25c 25c 40c 5c 5c 2Sc 15c 2c 25c 25c appropriately occupied a central Highest number during month.. 4; nd doubtful) hospital days 209 1124 -------presided over] (paying) the tea equipage, later being relieved i N-0 Hospital days for ward pa- by Mrs. P. .W. Pennefather and Mrs. tjents (free am F. P. Gonybeare. Several members; of the executive and a number the} yolinger members of the chapter as-j iNO sisted in serving the refreshments. IthesiaSG; under .local-or no anaesthe- An excellent program of musical I afa 11; No patients treated in out- numbers was given during the department 4; dressings and noon by Mrs. R. Long, Mrs. Frank treatments in outdoor department 12. Waddington and. Master Geoff Wad-j -j.jie ]lospital wishes to acknowledge !and thauk the trustees of the hospital o. o No under general anaes- ern buyers who are endeavoring to 37 get approximately 900 carloads of po- 4jlatoes into eastern markets Quickly on the present high market by this type 115 of rolling stock. 26 Wholesale quotations were ad- 'Kneed today to and ?4S per ton. PROMINENT STOCKMAN DEAD Monrovia, Cal., Nov. H. Tones, pioneer cattleman of Mont., died here late tonight, after n linireritiR illness. Mr. Jones was one of "the nest known tattle dealers in Idaho and Montana. He was one of the ten men who formed llie North- west Live Stock association at Lewis- ington. REPORT OF TRAVELLERS' AID FOR OCTOBER Trains met, 170; people assisted, 53. of whom 10 were young girls; posi- tions found for two women; brakemaii put little girl, in care of Travellers' Aid. asking to have her put on after- noon train for Calgary. Travellers' Aid pnl child in care of lady who was going to Calgary. Young girl, stranger in city, came to Travellers' Aid ask- ing for room. Stated man had annoy- ed and frightened her very much, and j an Ladies' Aid for one case of grapes re ceived'during tile E. Wool- ton, lady superintendent. JEROME K. JEROME AMBULANCE DRIVER Paris, Nov. K. Jerome, the famous English author, is acting as an ambulance driver for the French Red Cross. WOMEN CONDUCTORS MUST GIVE SALUTE women street that she was afraid same party would j car employees, at Efberfeld have just again locate her if she went M. E. Cameron, Travellers' Aid. else-1 received orders to be careful to salute ion, fdahti. GERMAN BAILROADS CANNOT HEAT CARS Berlin Nov. on tile railroads owned by the German gov- eminent have just been warned-to wear warm clothing, an it will lie im- possible to heat any of the cars this winter. Suggestion to Women Who Are "Just Ready to Drop." When you are "just ready to drop, when you feel so. weak that yon can hardly" drag yourself about-aml he- cause you have not slept well, yon up as tired out the next morning as when you went to ed their superiors in milit RED CHOSS NOTES The following ia the October -ship- ment sent to headquarters at. Calgary: 132 surgical shirts. 42 suits pyjamas, nurses' aprons, 30 sheets, 6 helpless shirts, 12 surgical stockings, 30 pillow leases, f.O binders, 180 "T" bandages, GO many tailed bandages, 12 pairs of socks, 36 towels, 24 handkerchiefs, ,48 slings', libertside bags, 12 bed pan covers, bag covers, 7 rolls fib- 'sorhent cotton, 100 yards plain gauze. Donation from Aden, 30 night Mrs. H. Scott, chairman" of packing committee. THERE WASN'T MUCH NOISE AT THIS MIX Vancouver, Wash., Nov. ami dumb football warriors ot the Washington Slate school for Mutes were figuring on challenging Harvard or Yale after their 13 to 0 defeat of the Commerce high school eleven. Ttie deaf mules t-fslled signals on their fingers, and had the enemy going COUNT KARL STUERGKH Austrian Premier, who was shot on October 21st by a Vienna publisher bed, vou need ireful to salute T 'IStUW diil. She "1 keep house tor my family of five and became completely run down. I had sucll weak spells I could hardly stand up. I tail no appetite, had short breath, was languid and suffered from headaches. I tried different medicines tonics without help. One day 1 read about Vinol and tried it. Before Iho second bottle was taken I noticed a Improvement. 1 continued its use and now feel much stronger, anil find my household duties a pleasure. Mrs. T. S. Hunt, North.Lollibriilge, There is no secret about Vinol. It owes its success to Irecf ami cod liver peptones, iron and manganese pep- tonatcsvand glycerophosphates, the oldest and most famous bpcly-building and strength creating tonics. So nialiy letters like the above are continually coming to our attention thai we freely offer to return the money paid for Vinol in every case where it fails to give satisfaction J D. HiRinbotlmln Co., LtA., Drug- gists, Lethhrldgo. Also at the beet druggists in all Alberta towns. coe named Abler. News of the shooting, the first leade r heHlBerent naUon south from Alpha to Omega, while up in the bleachers a crowd of frenzied boys and girls wildly spelled out "Hah, to be assassinated since the vah, rah, deaf school, r-a-li." on their ollon Ihat started the great war. start twiuMlns digits. eil comment In London. CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold ana guaranteed by abovu Vinol dr. ;