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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDA. NOVEMBER hies, ahd go ex- tremely nervous and prostrated that if I had giyen in to my feelings I would have been in bed. AB it was I had hardly strength times to be on my feet and what I did do was hyagreat effort I could not sleep at night and of felt very .bad in the morning, and had a: steady headache. "After taking the second bottle I no- ticed that the headache was not so bad, I rested better; and my wen Stronger I continued its use until it made new 'woman of. me, and now I can hardly realize that I am able to do so much as I do Whenever T know any In. need of ft good medicine highly praise Lydia E Pinkham's Vdg- etablg Mrs. FRANK CLAHEJ'tttt N. Tulip St., Richmond.Fa. ITomel Hare Been Telling Wtma for forty years how Lydia E. Pinkhun's Vegetable Compound has restored their health when suffering with female ills This accounts for the enormous demand for it from coast to coast If you an troubled with any ailment peculiar to why don't yon try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? It will you to do so. Lydia, E. Fiak- ham Utdichu'Co., Lynn, cs, and the courses. intlcr corporal's Body of Sir Charles Last night the G. F.-club pleasant- ly surprised Mrs. E. Gait, who left this morning foe Spokane. Three Cables oi progressive whist were in play, the first prizes going to Jits'. Barilett and Mrs. .the consolation, to Mrs. Bradshau-" Mrs. T. McNabb. There are 30 girls in Westminster school who are knitting- socks for the Daughters of the Empire, and some of these girls are just eight years of age. Great interest is being taken iii this work for the soldiers Greece May Go if Rumania Enters London, Nov.' The body of Sir Charles Tiippcr ;was conveyed to Liv- erpool" today; for to Canada by vessel, leaving that port tomor- row. Mrs. Christian Grey and Miss Cameron, grand-daughter' of the late Sic Charles Tupper will travel on -the j and they hope to have fifty pairs "by same boat. Sir George Pe-rley was in' Christmas. attendance'- at Buston Station when j the funeral party left for Liverpool. >7ext Tuesday evening, at the home He also- sent a wreath on hebalf ofiof the Rev. D. Ross, Victoria Man- the Dominion government. j sions, a Measuring Social will be held, under the auspices of the Win. One class, First Baptist, church, be- ginning at eight o'clock sharp. AH strangers cordially invited. Refrcsh- ineiiES will be served for which there will be a small charge. The Young Ladies' class of Wesley church will meet at the home of Miss 320 Seventh avenue, Riverview, this evening, at eight o'clock, to sew for the Daughters of thp Empire. Air members are asked to be present and to bring steel knit- ting needles, if possible. The Coaldalc Chapter of the East- ern Star cave a very Successful dancj in tho hall at Coaidale last, night, .when over sixty couples were present', Ten ears went from Lethbridge to. participate in the evening's pleasure, which took the form of a sheet and pillow case party. Old time refresh- ments were served and much' enjoyed. N'fetis' orchestra furnished the music. Much credit ib git en to Mrs W H Pawson, the worthy matron of Sflloniki, ing to information obtained, iii Greek sources believed ,_lo be.reliable, King Constantiue has assured the French minister at Athrfhs -that should Ru- mania Join the entente Allies, or Should the situation, of Serbia be ap- preciably ameliorated by the Anglo- French of tensive- mpveme'nt, Greece will not be unprepared to change' her present, attitude Wm. Carnill Home DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The :OHRINE. treatment the Drink Habit used with abso- lute confldcnco.. it destroys all deslro for wblskey, beer, or other alcoliollo stimulants. ThciuBitnds have success- fully "led It and have been rentored lo llveg of sobriety end uschilniiss Can be given Morally. Costs only II Her box. If you fall to got rctulti [ram ORB'MEj; aflor, a trial, your Honey will be refunded for free booktat all about ORRlftB Ked CroM Drnf Mid Bc-jk Store Lt4 William Carnill, another battlc- icarred hero from the front, reached, home this afternoon, discharged from further service. He was wounded on three different w hile not i crmpl" is hraring many marRs of the hill of war he has been through. Tie ivas. of the machine Riur squad in which of I won his dis tinguished conduct medal. Oarnill was in the. thick of the.fighting at- Yprcs jrul Festubert Take Advantage of the TREMENDOUS SAVINGS We Offer this FRIDAY SATURDAY Consider Fairly These Money-Saving Values from the Men's Ready- to-Wear Men's Soft Flannelette aud Flannel varied values to Pyjamas, varied assortment, ffi 4 Special I Men's Soft Felt Hats, dark blue, black and 4 QCS Hats. Special only I -OvJ For the Boys Boys' Tweed and Worsted Buster Suits, also navy and blue .serges; a neat range of these suits to clear r at per suit Values that Overtop them all from the Dry Goods Section (5 Inch Heavy Taffeta Ribbon; pink, aky, Copenhagen, navy, tan, brown, re- seda, light and dark red. hello, purple, white and black. Friday and Saturday; special per yard___ Scotch Wool Tweed Dress Goods in neat monitone and 3 tone checks, 44 in- ches wide. Worth 75c. Friday and Saturday per yard. 45c Generous Savings on Boots and Shoes Friday and Saturday Men's Working Boots plain toes, all 52.15 .Men's Heavy sizes. .Regular SPECIAL Working Boots, price Boys' School Shoes :10 pair Boys' Box Calf Boots, strong school shoes. Sizes 1 to QQ SPECIAL PER PAIR Youths Box Calf Shoe Youths' Black Box- Call! Bals. strong wearing shoe. Sizes 11 to e< SPECIAL PER PAIR Girls' School Shoes box calf, blucher styles. Girls' School Shoes, Sizes 1V4 and 2 SPECIAL .'PER PAIR Toothsome Sweetmeats for the Week-End Ganong's G. B. Chocolates in the following assortment: Almond, Creams, Apricot Creams, Black Currant Fruit, Bordeaux, Butter Scotch, Cabarets, Caramels, Chips, Cinnamon Stick, Coffee Cordial, Coffee Creams, Cream Peppermint, Filbert Clusters, Ginger, Honey Cream, Japanese, Josephine, Monturdios, Operas, Almontinbs, Thovu- flora, Walnut. Dates and Apricot At per pound, 60c and John G. Woodward. Co.'s Peanut Goodies, P.R.M., Fudge, Assorted Manuals, Pig Mermals. Special per pound Old'time Gum Drops. Special, Attractive Specials from the House Furnishing Dept. Green Opaque Window Shades, mounted on spring with brackets; size 36x72 inches; reg. fine. Special each, Brass extension Rods, neat round ends, polished brass, extends from 30 to o4 inches Special 2 tor Sash 'Curtain Rods, very strong; will not easily bend or sag, with reversible brackets, extending from 24 to 44 Special 2 for Fancy Japanese Cups and Saucers prettiK Price each, 15c and Teapots In good frown ware, assorted Prices, each 35c, and 25c 55c Powerful Inducements to Skop in Our Ladies' Ready-to 54.00 Ladies' aud Aliases' Middies in aerge, flannel and pnplin; colors navy, cardinal, black and white checks.., A good range of Special prices, to Children's Flannelette Night Gowns in white QAft only; sizes 6, S and 10 years; regular Children's Sleepers, fleece lined, natural color, sizes 0 to 4 years. Special only........... Nurses' Uniforms in fine quality linen. Sizes 34 to 40. Special.................. More Specials in the Dry Goods Section for the Week-end S6 Inch unbleached .Table heavy quality in dice all pure linen. Friday-and Saturday per yard 12 onlv real Eiderdown Comforters with mitred 'borders7 and; panels and outlets, covered with very fine mercerised, sateen conventional design. .Sizes feet. .Friday and. Saturday 39c Hudson's Bay Company Ladles' All Wool Black Cashmere Hose, full fashioned and seamless, size to 10; regular 40e. Special, 3 for lodge, for tiie SIICCPSS of the evening How To Get Rid of a Bad Cough FAVORS GRANTING OF DISTINCTION Montreal, Que., Nor. General Wilson, the officer .command- ing the fourth: in fai or of the plan put Into effect bj the British War Office mcn WDO e enlisted, and are availing a call to the turn- ed down through being phjslcally un fit, are distinguished from men of pro- per age who have not yet Volt the call of the Empire, A Home-Mnde Ronedr Will Do ftalckl.T. Chf.p lid Made ANOTHER; M.P. DEAD Jxmdon, Nov. Hon.-Lionel Walrond. mefeiber of the- House of Commons for. Tiverton {division of Devon, Tuesday in Scotland from tubercular as the result of exposure in th6 "tranches in France. He fs tso seventh member of the Brl- islr Pflrllament to die as he war. result of PAPER MILL DESTROYED Halifax, N8, Noi paper mill of PSilp and Paper Co Ucl situated at Afllton near I iv- prpool N S and valued at 100 as totnllj br fire yos- erduy. If 3011 hate u bad cough of cheat cold winch refuses to yield to ordinary reiac 1'mcx (fiO cents pour into a 16 ounce bottfft and fill thoUttlo with pliin KramilRtcd BUftar syrup Mart taking a. teaspoonful every lioiir or two In 24 hours jour cough will be conquered or T-ery nearly so whooping cough IB (frcatty wfieved m tins Way. Jhe above mixture makes 18 isra the flneafc eoutfh nrup that money could ft cost of only cents. Eauly prepared in 6 minutes Full directions with Pmex This Pinex and Sufrnr Syrup prppara takes njrtit hold of a- emiffh and ffivcs almost immediate relief It loosens dry, hoarse or tight touRh in a way ihat Is really reinarkable "it also quickly aso heals tho inflamed membranes w formation of pblee bronchial tubes, tb tent coJijjh. qui hich n in the throat and is pwtf tia, spasmoij Excellent.-for bforichl and winter couzhB, Keeps perfectly and dren hko it, FhiGX is a special and Inn My compound of genuine .Norway puie Mtrnet, rich in guaiacol, which fi your "-i so Jiealinff to the membranes. To fivoid msappointmcnt, jiik ices of r' .-A ,'orhidncy promi with this prepurati 'incxCo, Iv Mil The J'i The Ladies' 'Aid of Wesley church Those .taking..iprt in Uie pro- their regular monthly business gramme were the Misses CooMedick, Hall, Jfrs. Suminerton and Mrs. .Tohnstoii. Mr. Coombs of the Conservatory, staff, a new comer, also delig'hted-tne.audience with 11 well rendered solo "and encore; while Mas- ters Milton Harvey Kingston and M. Harvey did their share to make the evening a- success. Mrs. DISASTROUS, TYPHOON meeting Wednesday afternoon. After a number of minor business matters had been disposed of the ladies com- plctj.-) their plans for -their bazaar, which will be held in Wesley Hall, Tuesday, Dec. 7th. A candy- table, cooking-table and tea room will be features of the bazaar. Ten per cent, of the proceeds will be given to the Patriotic fund. Report of the Travelers' Aid for October; -Trains met. 164; people assisted, 139, of whom 12 were young girls; po- sitions found (or two girls. Old lady off midnight train could not speak English; fcad been brought through mistake from Macleod; Travelers' Aid took her to room, then took; her back to 4.35 train next morn- ing Yoang girl .came in to city on the midnight train from the west; had no money aud no friends In city; Tra- velers' Aid took charge of her, and got' position for her next The.spacious rooms of Mrs. C. S. Harrow's lovely home were filled Tuesday evening, when between fifty add; sixty friends of the Central .T.U. met to enjoy the excellent pro- gramme prepared by Mrs. Nichols and ier committee, and incidentally to help the Travelers' Aid fund with their collection, which amounted to over Wolsey and her helpers completed the evening's enjoyment by serving re- freshments. The ladies take this op- portunity of thanking those who so kindly helped to make the affair a The marriafce of 'Miss Oulcie Alice "Mr.' Frederick Hicks was' Bolehihlzed at Lewiston, 111., on October 27. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks arrived 'in'th'e' city 'yesterday, and Oiaye taken' up'their residence at 1018 First avenue.' Mr. HlcBs is an official 'in 'the Natural Resources ile- pariment..oS the.C.P.K. .COMMITTED. FOR TRIAL .Montreal, Que., Nov. Four- nier. editor of IVAction, a French Ca- nadian weekly, has been committed to trial, charged- with .criminally llbeK- Ing Mnyor Medertc Martin Iii a recent issue of 'his journal, when discussing civic officials. Manila, Xoi increasing typhoon, which violence, is again sweeping the section of the southern Luzon, which was devastated late last month .with the loss of nearly 20i? lives and property damage' estimated; .it nearlj Sl.OOO.uOO The stoi-jn head- ed louaids Manila Ttto coasting yes sels have foundered, but' the crews were saved. LEA PERKINS1 SAUCE the Original and Genuine Worcestershire. Owing to the quality and concentration of its ingredients is very economical in use. SAUCE A few drops only are necessary to give a delicious and appetising flavor to the plainest dish, "TUB BEST GOES FURTHEST'; 0 R OSE TEA good te ;