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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVKMHKIl 7, I'M.S THE L.-l HimlDGi. ^..u.i :IA7 mm PHONE 1224 �: > : > :- :� :: : : > * o  * * * >: ? > : : * * * *>> Mr. and Mrs. Cordon (.':itn|il)Cll of O-Mmoulon me In I In? city. *   Mrs. A. ('!. Welch nnil daughter lnft. yesterday for tln>ir homo In Vancouver, tiflrr being in the city tor |i;n days tunning I he former's son. K. A. Woltli. * � � K. P. Htownrl Is Inld Dp with nil ill-t.;irk oT Influenza. * *  .Mrs. I-:. Kloune of Saskatoon is In llio i-lly. utliMiilinK lIn: funeral oT her tinier, the Into Mrs. Ilipley � * t Caplnin Hazel Wallace ha? return- V�KONG BOTTLE AOABMt Mr. Thomas W(ilo, of Alma, N.B., accidentally applied souio acldVio ft nnro Ice. thinking llio bottle contained liniment. Writing ot th� effort, ho Buys; "Tlio acid burned deep Into my ftrsli nnd s*t up poisoning, causing me intense pain. I lrally thought I should my lor:, hut a friend advised mo to tr> Xani-Huk. I did no, �n ? * �5 : IMMIGRATION HALL USED ? * FOR NEW PURP08E * � ? ? > * > * * ? In opening up the old Immigration Ilnll for the convenience of mothers who aro 111. by taking charge of the children, the Patriotic Fund has filled a much-needed want in (he rlty. The Hall han been fitted to take in those little people at a nominal fee, and will take charge of children whose inollierB have died, until tli* fnlher.i return from tho war. Through the kliiduecs of local people who have added to the supplies the rooms havo been most iilirHcMvPly furnished. A committee under the ausplcoR of the f.imi/llnii Patriotic. Fund Is looking after affair.". Miss Holland being the matron in charge. At present there are four children there whnr.e meitlvr Is 111 and it Is expected that there will be more shortly. If tlilft organization Is a success, us it undoubtedly will be. It Is hoped to rst.'ihliih It nn a lurger and rnorw permanent basis. rontrlbutioiiK of toys to amuse tli�- little p^opln would In- much apprei-ijtted. �hare well. Soldiers uiid munitions workers want sugar more than lh� porsonn doing ordinary work, l^et tlinm have if. It must como from tho prlvato homes; there only is there boarding, however slight In every Individual case. Don't be. mean for the sake of a sweet, tooth. WAR AND THE SUGAR * > : ate doing th�|r SI. Paul, Minn., Nov. 7.-On the faco of available returns, the state wide prohibition amendment, has bnon beaten In Mlnneant.ii. The amendment must, receive u majority of the total vote cast, in the state and r->-Uirnn on the amendment thus far nre considerably lighter than the returns polled for governor. The prohibition vote thus fur show*: only a r> 100 majority for the dry force*. In order to win the iirohihf-tlon forces will have to overcome u handicap of probably iV.ono vote'. KLKOTIONS Womin Suffrage Carries. Sioux Kails. S.I).. Nov. 7.--Woman suffrage carried In South Dakota, :��� cording to incomplete returns receiv ed from Tuesday's election. The amendment, by which sulfrnge carried nmonded tho �ta/e constirutlon so as to confine the vote to native born citizens or those of foreign birth who have completed their naturalization period. Socialitt Defeated. Minneapolis, Nov. i;.- Tho? Van Lear. Minneapolis .Socialist Mayor, elected two yean ago. was detent ed in Tuesday's election by .1. F. .Meyer. | Republican. Complete figures tonight gave Van I.ear 27.;f3 votes and Meyer JS.7I.",. Vote Dry In Utan. Salt Lake. 1'tah, Nov. 'I With rniy a few scuttered districts to be heard from, the prohibition ameiidemeni rati, fying the action of the last lcgislniurc which votes dry. has carried by ;i vme of it) J. Colorado Votet Bone Dry. Denver. c:olu , Nov. i:.~ Hnr.ed on but meagre reports, It appears that the "bone dry" str.lule has been approved by Colorado voter' by a substantial margin. In Wyoming a victory for i.tate wide prohibition by l.'.,ii0o majority |� indicated by the latest returns T With the Italian Anm at Trent, Nov. C.-(By the Assoi i-,,ti>d I'l-eic--.) - Amid the rejoicing of this redeemed city scenes or.deBtruc Hon and starvation are common as one pnshes on the roads over which ih- I'nllaii troops nre trying to 'pass, the thousands of Austrian prisoners wlm were nit off by llio ItaHanB, soiidnvi of l!;il.;aiio. Kvery rood lenditiK up to ihi- city is crowded with men and on ev: u.,. from Rus.iiii. lf,J�: raid !n servers, were trifliiu ' the suffering of tin An i: ; lhi;i region, (ire.i: w.: 1 wall for long houi  o feet or a few lutii'i: cm to hurry up Tlti't i s halt anew .i" � art av-e* �ioW. rifles . ' uric-i anil .timing these momenta of lc .--natciies "tit [iosi-i of Cn- war WJjjjC. a re t. plnils of the Italian prisoners returning home. Above Trent a group of IIuIIhii prisoners broke out and ordered the chauffeur of a truck to drive ihem to the Italian lines, and he obeyed. Another Italian prisoner, mounted on hor-ielmclc at the head of a re*i nient of Austrians announced smilingly "These are my captives." Ii is csfimnleii thai nine Au-irian divi.'lon'i were taken with their stnffs. Thirly-iilne divisions were paiiiall> disorganized and I.", although in bad condition, are. retreating from the advancing Italian?. These troops, while equipped for their rot rent, are without orders and go travelling like droves of shot.p. It is a common thing to see an entire brigade without, officers, the latter having been ordered to go separately to concentration camps. The correspondent saw at I'erelre the General of the Cth Austrian division motoring along in his own car. He said he was going home, having been given special permission to leave. Ir, the nie.-Hi'imc his troop-- have hei>:: i'ban-doued. The problem of feeding tbe armies of prisoners is grave, hut Ih" itaiians are making a oipcrhunian effort. They ai" also treating th" prisoners as v.v!l as possible. It is common to s�e (lalian troops genernii::Py loss tiiolr mi'ii bread ration^ to the Aur.trians, haying laughingly; "Tomorrow I- another d.iy eat then." days out of the line and Auiiralbi'i divisions 7!i rinys. The. Canadian rtiviniolis were withdrawn for a considerable period to lire-pure for splendid efforts which began ou August I. of the (loyal Horse and Field Artillery engagod during the same period, the United Kingdom furnished PS,.;, and SR.8 per cent, and bore st; 'IS per ("ill. of the total casualties io field gunners. These figures are given, not by way of Instituting tiny eoniparlsons in the glorious competition of valor, but. as a most complete answer to the oft repealed Gorman allegation that we employ our overseas troops very much more than United Kingdom troops, with tho obvious suggestion that w� aeelr (a spare the latter at the expense of Hie former. REPUBLICAN LEADS Juneau. Alaska. Nov. 7.-Bas�d on returns unollie" close contest in trie matter of delegate to con j;rosH from Alaska, may lie. the reR'ilt. of Tuesday's voting. .Inmes Wicker sham. Republican, is helieved to bu slightly in the IcaiI A storm anil rapid spread of the inlltioiiZB. epidemic caiisod the smallest, vote ever cast. V. will PART BORNE BY tiii: Dr. Willis borne. Ont. A. Sargent died ar to! o m .I'inr. and not a'-e doing all loud supplle-. the meantime being kind- 'P nianliliii: Austrian'- ..� none knew where '.' thev about H-said. "We want food I'm tiling we at� Intere-t, itidlffercnl In war an death  everything but Strange tains are i,, nn ass."I |,.. I distance lilimtl of n. going i-ked it |.  th > mh are and I is t;i't--. 11y � Does Your Dread of Pain Outweigh Your Own Good Judgement? AIIB you ' soniraid" of a dental operation that you go along snfferiliK all the inconvenience and minory of bad teeth, knowing full well that *yot� should visit, the dentin!," but holding hack because you liave conjurod upon, your mind "a terrifying ordeal" � the accompaniment, of any dental opcrafioii? If so, you need not be nshamed, thoueands of people have, tbe same idea. But. where our practice Is concealed, it Is a mistaken Idea. Ask any of our many putiontn what their experience has been, or better sun, drop Into our offices any lime, watch and see for vourHelt the eaifl and comfort of enr.h patient in tho chair, let your own eyes and earti convlure. you that - Dentatry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. ^ Drs. Bruncr, Richards & Nelson Hifh Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 \ Ott Blk., 4 Deors from Lethbridge Hotel, Letliridgo LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-11&A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CBHTALL BLOCK. Old Time Values and Old Time Prices Let It Be A Nemo Corset �i'-w fill Mod* l Nemo Corietn now In. \ big advantage in >our favor l� theiin art' uovr man-ufiictured In F.iiiuda, thut makliiK a bit s.wmg to \ou No nun that lias en i worn a N"nu� 1 y�'W "I� 'u 1* >e�ni. I*riced. | |�|| according lo slie. up from........-....... laVw CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Hero aro two line* of good fast selling wool com-liiiiMtioiH in ii'biin in njiural color. (Jood ftiling Dtylen drop licat, all sues froui 1 yt-ar up. Priced, A atconlluB to sIib, up from ............. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Children's two-pleca underwear *i> vests and diaw its in natural wool shade A soft non IrrlUliii*; weavo in full range of aut-a for I y�ar aud � Up At ...... UDIES' COMBINATIONS lilies' pure wool combin.itious, made from fine, soft white .wool in beautiful fine even weave, made with V-neck and elbow aleevea, or low neck aud uo �leevog. Tbe finest value we can offer you at f> (a suit....................................... WwWV LADIES' COMBINATIONS A line of heavy cottou combinations, suitable for early fail wear. Well made aud neatly ftnlibad with neat edging. Full range of size*. � tkm Only...................................... 1*49 LADIES' UNION SUITS l.adiea' White Knitted Cotton Union Suits. Made from excellent quality of fine cotton with long sleeve* and high neck. Fit 11 rauge of sizes. Mod- a n( erately priced at, suit .................... LADIES'VESTS 100 only, l-adies' Cotton Vesta. Made with high neck and long sleeves. A splendid veat for present wear when a medium weight wauled. They art-worth SOU today. Week End fipoi-lal, � 3 for .................................... laUU LADIES' UNDERWEAR 10 dozen in thin lot. They are mside in good fitting style in vesta ou�,ht for cold weath or. Regular 90c each. Week End Special, mm each....................,............. fdC Dresses and Coats One of the chief claims about an extensive collection like this is the complete variety of models, colors, fabrics, a variety that is denied the smaller stock. If a woman has any idea of buying a coat or dress this is the event she has been looking for. Coat; A .-!>* i�l li.'feriiir fur l-'rnlsy ;itel c �nilay tn plain mid fnticy iw�-ed* Tin- ^n-hti'c! values tho milkers havo in ulfcr. niiole in good full �lyle�. Tln�'e mini In- ut least -" nlffereiit myles to telect from. Son;e me inmiii. I \\H-. pltloli. olhctr. �l,h iiiif auil'i'.ol Values up to $25.00 $19 SILK DRESSES I' i- not olicn you >.m m-ciiie ;i iK-iin i-if$hi in the middle of i he nc.ixoH llld' till" ]U-t when  lr>-.-�*e-� ht" w;inli-il. Aliide In lieu f;ill rityle- front bc�.' ntiallty of laffi'la htlk. In shade-uf brown, i..ivy and mui> lilue, wl---i.rlii. HussUtii cri tn or black. Co! lur* ot crep,- ijc , Iijiml Ken' rlilli' if you select thorn at ({viand's from lht� soft, -uiooth Hudson Seal to the rich looking mink. Kvery w.intod kind i� to bi� found in our intensive asson in. .-ipb h\iiil fee ...... 50c CEYLON FLANNEL This i= a fine sniped flannel in li^ht and dark nhade.s I'.-cil for men's shirts, child-rep's*, underwear, utc. Will no; shrink with ua^ing. mm At ........................... 75c WHITE FLANNELETTE Mure is where *e rhine in values that are unbeatable for white flannelette, excellent QUullty uiid all widths from inch to Kt; iucht-a wide Priced at 20c, 22c, 25c, 35c, 50c LINEN TOWELLING It due- sound a little .-.iraii^c bus mi-. Ju-i the .-ami-. Pure linen toweliim;, pla.-i � i ish or with colored border if you preie: ii \ allies that we cannot duplicate In! speii.i!. j.ud ....... 25c 10-4 SHEETING A Mlii*i-t>ug that will fit the largoi bed made ^ml then leave plenty to tuck in. Very '�CM uualitv, full width, free from drejalng or I'iiiiug. ICi-gular J 1.25. Week Knd Special ...................... 95c 9-4 SHEETING This is good quality uf sheeting, made from lung staple cotton, full 'JO inches wide, and free from dressing. This lino is easily worth $l.lo to sl.lf, today. ah Special (his week ..................OdC t I'nis is a njt-diuii) weight in pure white. Made from fine mercerized yarn. A splendid gariuaat where u man doe* not require a heavy weight gar- j* |w| menl. All sizes. Suit ..................... OaVV MEN'S COMBINATIONS Meu> Combinations in good fitting and weii flu ished style. These are in good medium weight and will not bo scratchy. Full range' of- sizes, n aa Very special, full........................ diUU MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS This is good news for tbe men who like a little heavier wear shirt for fall and winter. These shirts . om�- in fancy stripes with collar to match. Kill I range of > Uos [mat U'i lo 17. "* A gA Ai, t-aeh fO.Oli and ....................... ���HP MEN'S SHIRTS lluiiilreds of pultc-rns of Men's Cation Shirts. Made with fcoft cuff, some with collars to match from old time materials that mako them launder per- | mm fei-tly. A splendid assortment, at ........ laf 9 BOYS' COMBINATIONS This is a better line and finer weave iu, good fitting style. .Made from best quality soft yarn. Alt sizes from i> to U years. Priced from 13.00 to A gA (.nit .......................................J*9V BOYS' UNDERWEAR This will be good news for the boys who have hen watting for this wunted Hue of boys' ucmblnatious, medium weight, good fitting aud aplendid value. Sizes fi years to 14 years. Priced from, A (A f2.00 to.................................. bltfU SILK POPIJN RYLANDS & CO. THE BIW STORE Fancy figuieil silk popltu iu assorted colors such :ts gold, saxe, rose, grey, with fancy floral designs. These aro used for coat and suit liugings, also for riiiuoiias, underskirts, etc. ;;6 inches wide. A mgk Yard .......................�. ............ 6*9V PEAU DE S01E SILK Hii iuch pure silk peau de soie. a ailk that is noted tor its wearing qualities. Makes up well in dress or splendid for an odd skirl- Tills Is some old a aa � time value. Black only. Yard.............. �9�VW 865?71 05133035 ;