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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1018 LETIIBRIDCys ywfLT HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Phnne 453 A Store edia Block Handsomest Suits and Coats A really comprehensive collection of modish garments that appeals'to tho great generality of women who want snappy garments of tasteful, be- coming designs. EVERY GARMENT IS EXCLUSIVE WITH THIS STORE. TAILORED IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY OF THOROUGHLY DEPENDABLE MATER- IALS AND BY REASON OF EARLY PURCHASES BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCES WERE PUT ON, PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY WILU BE FOR SOMh TIME TO COME. Handsome Serge Cheviot Suits Georgette Crepe ana A new lot just to hand hy express, 40 inches wide. Col- ors Ivory, flesh and black. Exceptionally fine. Soft finality. 36 inches wide. Plain shot and self striped effects in navy, black, pink, tan, Cop- enhagen, fireen, etc. A Wonderfully Attractive Collection. Moderately Priced. Very smart, attractive style coats. Made with fitting convertible collars. Mostly belted. Skirts made in full sweep, with belt at waist and shirring. Colors black, navy, brown and green. Sizes up lo 44. Finest French Serge Suits We Have Never Shown Better Garments at the Price. Convertible collar coats. Some with capo effects, trimmed with chain stitch- ing or braid. Colors mostly navy. A few other colors to choose from. Sizes for small and medium sized women and large women up to 44. Serviceable Grey Tweed Worsted to Very Dressy Garments. All Special Values Close fitting collars. Belted or plain. Rich, serviceable materials. All perfectly tailored and unusual values at the various prices. and .Special Coat Sale WORTH UP TO Heavy plain cloths in excel- lent quality. Navy, brown, green, etc., and some mixed tweeds. Small and large sizes up to 46. All new styles. Baby Lamb Coats SALT'S 'GUARANTEED QUALITY. TO.. Handsome coats in loose or belted styles. Large or small col- lars trimmed plain plush. Very rich and moderately priced llaiul'ine Plush Coats PLAIN AND FUR (MC-AA TRIMMED. 535.00 to Made of finest obtainable plush. Belted or loose styles. Beautifully lined throughout. Very rich and dressy. Plain Bouole Coats IN VERY DRESSY AA STYLES. TO .pOU.UU Belted or loose styles- Seml- raglan shoulder. Cape effects and convertible collars. Colors navy, brown, green, tan and black. "A Jilvory move (hut ('annda IIUK in ado in llii.4 prcst-nt wiir Ims voluntary. GrenI Urflitln bus never solicited u singlo soldier. The Motherland lias never nskdd us for a dollar or a gun; ye! wo have both. Wo have given Ihe best of our young manhood and they have given a good account of and Canada, while sliti griovcs UH; Ions of noble imm and valiant boys, IB proud of Lho glorious record they Jiavo made. No nation has more cauno for pride in the loyalty and intntrriiy or Iicr clHzonB. It i.s beyond companion and stands out distinctly t'amulian in all its parts. Now are called upon to contribute lo the cause. We In U'llibridKC arc uakcMl to for I ho benefit of (hose who are liift ut home. It IK a voluntary contribution. All wo ask is that every man, woman and child will do their level "bit" as our noble moh and boys have already done. It" this pruvaihi Lethbridce wiil raise not only in this campaign but almost twice that amount. There are a very did not do nil they might have done last year, while vast cheerfully and, in some Instances, beyond their means. There is an opportunity for the few to "maku good" this year. It itt not necessary to publish their names. Every man must satisfy his own conscience. But if your con- sciences are not easily satisfied, let the Patriotic Fund committee help you bring about that desired result. "There is a giving that nnricheth, and there is a withholding thai Lust ye forget! The campaign Tor that "giving which enricheth" opens next week. Bo ready for the committee, they are hnsy their time and money. Sign tip, pay up and lift up vow heads with a proud nation and rejoice, and keep Lelhbridge in thy van in the good work. MILA PHONE Mrs. Isaac Hoopm-, v.-ho has been r E. are to be congratulated on sue- spending a month in the city, leaves cess of their umlertakinj; and much today to Join Mr. Hooper at High j praise is due Ihe'participants for their RivGr, The ladies ol the Red Cross will serve tea at the Chinook clnh on Friday afternoon from to 0 o'clock. efforts in elaborating their makeup. the details of The committee, in charge of tin; Prisoners .of War fund of the Daugh- ters ol the Kmpire gratefully acknuw- ledge donations for the Christmas Mrs. Hufner's section of Wesley La- parcels from the following: Mrs. Cou- I dies' Aid will meet at the home of I nor. Mrs. Taylor Mrs P Canip- iJIra. John Livingstone on Thursday I bell, Mrs: Waclinore. Mrs. K. J. Gor- afternoou at 3 o'clock. [don, .Miss Winnie Kelly, Mrs. McNi- Choi, Mrs. N. T. MacLeod. Miss The Young Ladies' Sodality uf St. Thompson, Jim Hobinson, Mrs. W 11 Patrick's church are giving a tea at j Morris, .Mrs. Hugh Mcllvena, .Mrs. the residence or_31rs. Thomas Long, j Cleary, Mrs. Sandliach, Mrs. Wray. HOME FOR SOLDIERS OFFERED BY 'HOSPITAL BOARD AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Nov. Edmonton hospital board has offered to the mili- tary hospitals-commission the Strath coca hospital, a magnificent building erected three years ago, with accom- modation for 150 patients, as a con- valescent home .for returned soldiers, Weak, Nervous Ohio Woman Made Well by Delicious..Vinol. Bellefontaine blood was Tery was in a nervous, run-down condition. I tried different remedies without benefit and one day my druggist told me about Vinol. I tried it and It built me up in every way strength and nerves, and I tell my friends it is tbe best medicine on Karl Brunson. Vinol, which contains beef and cod liver iron and manganese! peptonates, and sharpens the appetite aids digestion, j enriches the blood and in this natural i manner creates D. Higln- botbam Co., Ltd., Druggists, Leth- bridge. Also at the bast drug stores in all Alberta towns. similar to the home at Calgary. Col. J. J. Sharpies, of Ottawa, is expected in the city today to complete arrange- ments whereby all returned soldiers from northern Alberta requiring me- dical attendance will be cared for in this city. THE FLAG FLIES London, Nov. Athens correspondent says it is reported from Patris that the French- flag was hoist- ed Sunday on the Greek light flotilla at Keratzini. The Greek government last ween refused to permit the En- tente to use this flotilla for patrol pur- poses on the ground that it would bo equivalent to a departure from neu- trality. llth St., on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. B. B. Martin left Sunday night Mrs, Harmon, Mrs. Church, Mrs. John Scott. Misses Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Roy Davidson. Mrs. W. Woods, for England where she will join her! Miss Woods, Mrs. McMillen. Mrs. Ra- husband, Bombardier B. II. Martin, of ieyf Mrs. R. Scott. Mrs. Trout, Mrs. the 61st Battery C.F.A. King. Mrs. Wallwork, Mrs. George Staeey, .Mrs, Robertson, Mrs. Fair- The Busy Bee Knitting club will i field. -Mr. Arthur Hlginbotliaui, Mrs. meet tomorrow afternoon at i> o'clock Naismith, Mrs. Livingstone, Mrs. at the home of Mrs. S. McKay, 2iid I sharuian, Miss Wootton, liy- Ave. S. j lands. CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol dr Jggist. COULDN'T SMOKE AT HOME; LEFT, Sarnia, Nov. Kennedy, aged about 76, died at the General Hospital yesterday.- He left Ms home in Toronto last week and got as far as Wyoming, where lie spent Sunday) night in the lockup. He came to Sar-' nia Monday and while iu a store was taken ill. He said he had left home because his family objected to him smoking in the house. CHAPLAIN RECRUITS Winnipeg, Nov. J. W. Hind- ley, pastor of Central church, former- ly mayor of Spokane, has accepted the chaplaincy.of the iflOth 'battalion for overseas, and will start on a re- cruiting campaign in Manitoba this week. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Patriotic Fund Committee IN Wesley Church Friday, November the AT EIGHT P.M. SPEAKERS: T. M, Tweedie, M. P. P., Calgary A.H. Clarke, Calgary SOLISISTS: MRS LAYTON.-MR. FLEMING VIOLINIST: MR. SAM SADOWSKI This is the first, last and only bis public meeting of the cam patgn for Patriotic Funds. Come and hear tJie iaauea. the spirit and be prepared to do your duty. Help the campaign commit tec to send a message to tho boys and men that Will re assure them of our continued Interest in the welfare of the mothers wives and children .at home. "RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICKEST, SUREST STOMACH RELIEF IT! Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or ont-of-order stomach surely within five minutes. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what yon eat lies like a lump oi' lead in 'your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indiges- tion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty- cent case of Tape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can, There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nau- sea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stbmach to poison your breath with nauseous pdora. Pape's a certain cure for out-of order stomachs beckuse it takes hold of your food and digests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom- ach misery Is waiting for '-you at any drug store. These Targe fifty-cent cases contain enough. Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach disorders and indigestion for many months. It belongs in your Advertisemeut. II CHILD HIES Oil HUB, PILLSFOB LIVER ID BOWELS Give "California Syrup of Figs" if Cross, Sick, Feverish, Constipated. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted i oil. calomel, cathartics. I you hated them, how you fought j against .taking them. With our children it's different. j Mothers who cling to form of physic" simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is ped. Their tender, little "insides" are j injured by them. j If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli- cious "California Syrup of Us is positive, but gentle. Millions 'of mothers keep this harmless laxative" handy; they know children love to take It; that it never fails to clean the liver and bowels and a west- eft tbe stomach, and tlmt a teaapoonfui given today saves a sick child to- morrow. j Ask your druggist for a fiO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of whtch has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly ,011 each bottle. Beware of foils sold here. See that It is ijr "California Fig Syrup Company." Re- jfase any other kind with Advertisement. O. lUatson and daughter Made- line returned today from spending' Abe week-end >vit.h Mr. Jlatson at Cramball Bros.L.ranch near Carinan- Igay. Miss McCarton, who returned from Vancouver to visit her parents in Macleod, arrived on the afternoon's train to spend a few hours with Mrs. T. D. Kevin. The regular monthly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will be held to- morrow at 3.UO at the home of Mrs. Needs, 1234 nth Ave. A. All members are asked to be present. The ball that the bankers are giv- ing on Friday night will commence an hour later, that is at in order not to conflict with the big j patriotic meeting being held that night. f -McGiil and little sou of Stet- tler, have arrived in Calgary and have taken apartments in the Anderson. Mrs. McGill, who is the wife of Capt. McGill of the 211th battalion, spent last winter in this city. In honor of George N. Green, son of Bishop Green, the members of the. Latter Day Saints Lethbridge ward' are giving a party tomorrow night In the S. 0. E. building Sir. Green is leaving next weeir on a mission to the Eastern States, and is the first misbSnary to be sent out by this ward. In connection "with the collection of waste paper being made by the Daughters of the Empire, anyone in the Duff Addition or in that vicinity, who have old magazines or newspapers that have not soap and not utter act on the skinO cleaning, hot'lftwr ;