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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta  ? * ? * ? : ; "S- "S"  ' ,  * ......PERSONAL * * � .> * Illness. Her condition, Is Improving' a little. .  ,,*� , � Mrs. H. J. H. SkelUi, who has had an attack of influenza is now able to be ground agajn. Mrs. A. ifi. Brown and little 8oa-vX>0R-ald left yesterday lor ^a short visit to Vancouver afld Seattle: ' ' " '�.......'..... .. '.Mr.cR,.5^,v,B�llrJ|tii^s,V:rttti�iii*d from Bow Island. ' v'v'i;, i. 4. PAGt ELEVEN sLeep. solemnized at the home of Mr., and Mrs. 'V. E. Green, 422' 8tlx street south Thursday evening, Nov. 7th, between. ,MrB, Qr�Bn's sister, Miss Glrtrude Ed-glngton, daughter. o.E. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Edgington, Warren, Indiana, ' and Har^-Howard 'of this city. .. .'The cisremony was performed-by Rev. . W. F. Burns, the bride being attended by. her. sister and the groom Ijy Mr. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Will reside at 'Nbbletoid,. where they will be at home to their many friends after Dec, 1. FIRE LOSSES. . Toronto,. Nov. 8.-The Monetary Times'- estimate, of Canada's fire, loss during: October, 1818,. is 15,119,14.7, compared with the September loss of .?917i2S6. and $704,605- tor Oct., 1917. People's Forum ComniunlcaUons under this heading must bear the signatures of ; ths � 'writers.. "'" Shoe Store for The Walkover for Womeh ! one' of Qiir leaders. This-'shoe' is Imown . ovsr the continent for Its reliability. It sat-isties the demands of women who want stylo, and comfort. It has a reputation for good-Xalue that Is unexcelled. Our showing is complete. We like to be known as a family shoe store--a store for every-' we feel that we've built up that reputation. Men, womeh, girls and boys can all find proper lasts in our new Fall lines,. You'll find our valines most unusual for times like tl\eB6. . Fall Shoes that keep the feet in "l^iwrchiiig Orde^^ bur FVili stock has achieved-a dual piii*'' ' pflae-they've been? designed along highly sensible lines for comfort, yet they're ve�y smart. Indeed. , ' ' rfoWadays, when there's a need for getting: around in a hiirry, people want shoes of both style and comfort first; ' , HUFNER THE SHOEMAN Third Avanue, Beside' Merchants' rBaieaiietliiarrett Hiowning) Of all the thoughts of .;. .> .> .> : : ? ? : � R. Pearce,' general superintend-eiif � '> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES , * On account of the prevailing epidemic there will Ba no meeting of tlte Nursing Mission Board. Collectors a"re asked to turn in their money not later than .Alonday. ^.i- ' �;';':K:>'St:i* " ^ ? � � ., � A �'? % WAR ANlb'JTHE SUGAR i./> ? BOWL , ;^ 4i ? ?^?'?�^?rV'feo ? ? ? ? ?> Sugar Is the best of the "quicik energy" ^oods to stimulate blood and brain of soldiers in the grim campaign. 'They - must get it. Manufacturers and all large users have been strlctty limit^^ by the ..;^ood Bard iu the u^e df sufa'V, Zand'they are now itsibB substitutes in large quantities iu a splendid effort to conserve, yet serve the public as well as betSre. Priyate �homes, should follow their example pana'-tlse-' substitutes, espe^cially corn syrup and glucose. ? ; : 4 ? ? ? ? ? > ? : ; ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > j iiPbal" Frbhibitloo^mendmeat. contains 'aj Pleases the Men E*cry msn �pprecintes the difference-when hia linea'and Woolleai -liSTB been wcshed with SuBli|ht .Soapk. Ttiey ate showy-cIcan end freib like hew. He likes bit wife to hare thi 'freedom from toil and the leitUre that a Suo-lifht Wash'-dily ' brin(i. He knows that an abiolutcly pore, cap-Sunlight-do^i' the 'wash better and more eobDomically than commbri'loapt'l WAjf Hol filtase himP Ute SuHlitht Lever .., . llr,otlfcra Limited. Toronto in FRUITS and VEGETABLES PH0NE3U WE DELIVER THE GOODS APPLES Rome Beauty, Spitz^ Winesap, Winter Banana^ / / All No. 1 Stock. All Wrapped. $2.85 Jonathans, No. 1 ...... . . .1. �... . ,..$2.75 Extra Special-^A Late Shipment of Small Pickling Onions, 10 lb. basket ,... ......... 75c 151b. basket...........l.C|0 3 lbs. for............. . ... 25c Potatoes, per 100 lbs. ..-----..... .... $2.00 Cranberries, pel* lb. .........._______....... 20(C Onions, Winter stock, per sack ....$31.00 Fresh Celery, Tomatoes and Hot House Lettuce. ist, or any friend of prohibition: to disprove them. � Prohibition ,is,, -vvrong in principle,' if it is not. why do so many people who are otherwise good law abiding citizens violate it without the l^ast remorse of conscience? There, are very fe-vi' people who will steal every time they get an opporliiniity. Why? Is it because they are afraid, of the ,law? I believe It. is because they have respect for the prinCiplevin the law against stealing. The act of stealing could never be made right by an act of Iftw, it might be made lawful by a majority vote, Ijut that Would not make it xigbt.to steal. ^ it is"with l)r6hibitionv'� iraajorlty ycX^ has made it lawful, but a imajorlty vote has not made it right. I am favor of: temperanee,.' anfl woiil^ strongly recommend total 'abstiaenc^i but neithei; temperance nor total aii-' stinenc^'' HvlU ''everibe attained by ij^; prohibition law.;. � tS.; Yours t^uly,, h. GAIiVlN. Victory costs money,:Vlftory Bondij / Miiny of the bravo women who attend our' woiinded heroes in this war are women who have used Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription, or who recotii-mend it> The- hospital, with its work' and long'hours, imposes extreme hardship on a woman's strength. � Evety Woman should make herself fit for war's call. at home or abroad .She shoukl obtain a book called the "Medical Advt?er," either at Iier nearest drug ,8toi:c Or, by sending 50 one-cent stamps to d3r. Pierce, Courtwright St., Bridgeburg; Ont., for this book which tells about Nursing, Bandaging, Anatomy, PKysiol-Marriage. ,. . * Thousands o'f womep^ Canada have overcome their sufferings, and have been cured of yyoman,'s ills, by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preseription. Sold hy druggists m liquid or tablets. Send Dr. 'VV JrJ. .Pierce, Buffalo,' N. Y., 10c for trial pkjg. urn vera glad indeed to �dd my reoommend-ation to-'tbs nittny' others (diat have found. relicE^n 'Fayorito Pre-: eoriptioB.' After motherhood I could npt; properly rofaUi xoy � utrenBtn. I vru wry' weak awl nerroua,'aleo'' li�d�.terrible, cou�h. I WM very. miMrtols when il began takluc tlie 'Proscriplipn.V Ij noticed ft marked. Itpprorement iNifoi^a I iiitd flnlalied one bottle, i .cured pf my ---,------^------., up inVgood'Keilthy iu;}*. iLt.keptUpitH 'r>iouKh andjt Thirty Feet of Danger 1^ The intestinal casal !is an important part of jr every individual, important every incb'of its / thirty feet. ' ' / ' " Theupper portion of it is intettded for the 4I- . gestion of food afld absorption of its ttsefnl / -portions. But the Ibwer part is concern^ with the elim'itfatioa o'fVaste jMaterials," * ' / " , ' It is; in other'vJ'oTds'^the great sewer of the body. ! The more food ettea the greater the waste. If a sewer , becomes clogged upj-iits contents stagnate and 'be- ' come'more and more dangerouf.; , j"' Coustipatitota means' indre tiian failure to evacntte the bowels regiilaVly and ^thoroughly. It means ata^a-tion, increased fermentation, putrefaction and germ action. Increased amountsof irritating.and poisonons .substance* are formM. Absorption o7 these into Ute blood follows, ^elf-poisoning results. ^ Danger, disorder, disease, or even deatiiofollows, v.! Pills, pnrgailve;mirter8l waters, castor oi^.aalts, etc.,' / do not cure con8tipati6n or prevent its consequences. -They make it worse because they do not only irritate the bowels,^but ihey "wejit Ont in Meet alnd^io must be taken in increasing doses, making contip�^ lion a habit. , > . . ,. -p. But tfa;.J>;ujoI Treatment for constipation overcoinet cohslipationi ^y .liclping Nature re-establisbi easy, daily, thorough bowel evacuations as '' regnUr ^ clockwork." _ . .4 ^"1 Isnjot prevents stagnation and self-poispningj ' Nujol forfis no habit, except anatnral, healthy ^abil. '' After Nujol has trnined the howels td'-act, it'cah b'^-''-^'^ dispensed with. ^ .( t  iiiuiforIfti'.ructheBooklet . 1; CHARLES GYDE'& SON ; . P.O, Box 875, MonUeal t^ujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) \ V. NEW YORK CITY "Jt�,,�ar�  -^^ Ctoekwork'!' Wiarning: NUJOL is sold only In Kcal'-'d bottles , bearing the Nttjol'Tr^Hde Mark. � Insist � on Ndjor ' Vou rrfay suflfer from Eub!>titutes, a ;