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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDfY, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. PAGENINB t-- TURKS SUFFER HEAVY LOSS IN PALESIE liOndon, Nov. 8.-(Via Reuter'a Ottawa Agency).-Telegraphing from Cairo, Renter's correspondent at the Egyptian capital states: "Turkish infantry attempted an attack on the New Zealand mounted troops on Monday afternoon In t'le hills to the nortli of Beersheba, Thoy were caught with machine gun tire PIANOS STEINWAY. .NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. These pianos are found In the most exclusive homes. They are made of the finest and best materials procurable and by the most skilled workmen. Styles and prices to suit everyone. Come In and see them. Assiniboia Kusic Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Str.eet S. Phone 1545 Remember the Address. THE ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS Are Holding a ill the K. of P. Hall | FRL, NOV. 9ih MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA Anybody wishing Invitations Phone 1792. 277-3 THE STAKE Y. M. and Y. L. I M. 1. ASSOCIATION Are Holding a at Kaymond, in the Opera House Hall Sat, ir�. 10 A Chicken Supper Will be held during and after the dance, the proceeds of which will go to the Red Cross society. GOOD ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE EVERYBODY INVITED 278-3 and dispersed, suffering three hundred casualties^ "Airmen effectively bombarded bodies of cavalry and the railway station at Umbabbkhal, scoring' direct hits upon a train, lOlBILIZELAKE TONNAGE OF MU.SA Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 8.-The Lake Carriers' ABsoclatiou yesterday by a large majority voted In favor of mobilizing the tonnage. The members at the meeting represented all but 1,429 shares of the 20,121 shares o� stock in the association and the vote showed that owners holding 17,081 shares were in favor of tlie plan and owners of 1,610 shares voted no. That the plan will be adopted by practically all the members the officials of the association are quite certain, and an executive committee of five members will be elected at a meeting tomorrow to handle the fleet. Tliero will be no choir practice In ; Mrs. G. Macleod is viaillug in Cal-the Baptist church tonight. | gary this week. And it Cured Her-Read Mrs. Thayer's Letter West SomervMle, Masi^"I suffered from a severe attack of bronchitis, with a terrible cough, no appetite, no energy, no strength and loss of slesp. The usual remedies failed to help me, but they gave me Vinol and it restored my appetite, stopped the cough and built up my strength so I am able to do my housework again."-Mrs. P. B. Thayer. We guarantee Vlnol for chronic roughs, colds, bronchitis, because it is a constitutional cod liver and iron remedy. Formula on every bottle. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbridge. ' Also at the beat druggists In all Alberta towns. Gall Stones REMOVED IN 24 HOURS WHBUr my ?m wmteveh Indigestion, Stomach ahd Liver Disorders, Appendicitis, Peritonitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gall Stones,' which is a dangerous complaint and misleading until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Ninety out of every hundred persons who have Gall Stones don't know It. Get MARLATTS SPECIFIC for Appendicitis or Gall Stones today and avoid an operation. JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J. W. Marlatt & Co. B81 Ontario St., Toronto The next open meeting of the Fortnightly Musical Club will be postponed until Monday, November. 20th. � � � At the regular meeting of Wesley ladies' aid It was decided to hold the bazaar on Wednesday, December 5th. � �  Mrs. W. Shearer and two children returned yesterday from a month's visit with Hey. and Mrs. Shearer at, Calgary. Miss Catharine Disney, of Coleman, and Miss Vivian Kieth of Blairmore, are guests of Mrs. D. A. Simpson while attending the teachers' convention.    The members of the Eastern Star will meet at the home of Mrs. J. Young, 322 Gth avenue south, Friday afternoon at 2:30 tor Red Cross sewing. The ladies are asked to bring , their thimbles. *  � Kach organization affiliated with the Local Council of Women is re-ciuested to appoint a committee to make the nominations for the officers of the Local Cauncil for 1918. These nominations are to ne sent to the corresponding secretary, 536, 8th street south, before the 4th Friday of this month. *  * The regular Wednesday afternoon tea of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. E. at KIrby's tea room yesterday was well attended and the sum of $14 was cleared. The tea tables werfe very attractive with decorations ' of beautiful roses and carnatJonB. Mrs. Lund was in charge assistea by Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Dr. Long, Miss Izy Gordon and Jliss Lulu Wilcox. The Chapter wishes to thank Mr. Frache for I his kindness in donating the flowers. m  A successful card party and social evening was held by the ladies' society of the B. of L. F. and E. In the I. O. O. F. Hall last evening. There were about thirty guests present. Miss Arnold won ladies first prize and Mr. G. Swanson won gents first prize. Consolation prizes were given to Miss Porter and Mr. Brudy. Holders of tickets for the hand embroidered cushions drew for the lucky number which was held by Mr. Frank Wardman.    RED CROSS NOTES The following were shipped to Calgary, Nov. 7th, from the Lethbridge Red Cross: 48 day shirts, 48 sheets, 228 pillow cases, 12 assorted bags, 408 towels, 18 surgical stocks, 180 slings, 288 "T" bandages. 72 many tailed bandages, 72 suits pajamas, 132 binders, 36 bath towels, 12 nurse aprons, 6 surgical shirts, 64 pairs of SOX.-Mrs. Wm. Scott, chairman packing committee. FRIDAY'S BARGAIN BULLETIN TEEMS WITH THE GREATEST MONEY-SAVING ATTRACTIONS FOR ALL Mr. Calmly of Calgary, is in the city tor a few days. �  � Miss Irene Knowles of Coalhurst is visiting Mrs. Geo. Porter during the teachers' convention.  *  Mrs. J. E. Sherman, of Spring Coulee, is spending the week with Dr. and Mrs. Nelson. m t * � The meeting of the LivR Wire Class of United Church of Noi-tli Lnthbrhige, to be held tonight will he postponed until further notice. *   The regular meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O.D.B. will take place on Friday afternoon at o'clock in the Elk's Club room' in the Alberta Block. * * * Afr. Legg who has been acting customs collector here for some time leaves today for Calgary, and Mrs. Legg and small son will leave Saturday to join him there. * * * Mrs. MaJcwell's section of the Re-(bekahs will meet with Mrs. Shoultz, 1419, 5th avenue north, Friday night at 8 o'clock, to sew for the Rebelcah bazaar. The bazaar will open at ;i o'clock Saturday afternoon November 17th in the LO.O.P. Hall.  � � The I. vj. D. E. acknowledges with thanks the following pairs o� socks from Central school. Grade VIII: Elsie Adams 1, Grace Bennett 1, Lillian Bennett 1. Grade VII: Miss Sharman's class, Muriel Higlnbotham 1, Lydia Hardy 1, Janet Twaddle 1, Marjorie Seaman 1, Eleanor Marrs 1, Catherine Freeman 1, Nellie BUlot 1, Marjorie Morspn 1, Grade VI: Miss Conn's class, Ethel Jackson 1, Kathleen Colp-man 2, Marjorie Rosaine 1,' P'iora Patterson 1, Vinnie Burrltt 2. Maud Hutton 1, Adair Simpson 2, May Hardy 1, Helen Colpman 1, Nellie Marchant 1, Violet Humphries 1, Tilly Goodman 1, Winnie Osborne 1. Edith i Bawden 1, Myrtle Rose 1, Edith Ball 1, Agnes McLean 1. Grade \1: Miss McNab's class, Edith Halworth 1, Ad-lyn Sharks 1, Carol Strakes 1, Lillian Knapman 1, Emma Green 1, Roberta McKay 2, Lottie Blunt 2, Marion Crawford 1, Margaret Stafford 1, La Rita Hubbard 2,' Winnie Scott 1, Doris Neveux 1, Nora MarrI 1, Dorothy Mannings 1, Virginia Seltzer ,1, Rita Whitney 1, Kathleen Gordon 1. Grade V: Miss Trenholm's class, Maggie Twaddle, Elsie Foster, Margaret Asp-lin, Annie Alexander, Barbara McLean, Mae Packard,,-Prances Graham,_ C. L. , Trenholme. Grad'e V: Miss Dunn's class. Brma Nicliols, Matue Perry, Grace Elgie, Christine Ferrier, Rene Van Home, Muriel Kerr. 6. , Men's Heavy IIan .> > ? ? DECREASE DRY LEAD Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 8.-At one o'clock today official returns had modified the unofficial state total and decreased the dry lead to 327 votes. While the drys gained in some counties on the change from unofficial to the official coiint, yet the wets profited In the majority of them. 3 ? ? ? the wets profited In the major- Ci~ ? ity of them. �i ? The Best 4-cyUnder Car Value oii the Market Today McLaughlin 5-passenger Touring Car $1200 Better Order One Today. Prices Due for Another Advance. " Lethbridge Motors, Limited 11th street South SHOE SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Rememl^er- We Close under the New Factory Act on SATURDAY NIGHT at 9 p.m. Women's Skoes at $4.35 Values from $5.00 to $5.50 reg^ular. W. J. NELSON &Co. Sherlock Block eor. 3ra Ave and 7th St. S. 52 ;