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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Another Shipment Of "PRINCESS" COATS Something Real Stylish 1X7E HAVE been, expecting these Goats for tlio past week or so. Yesterday's express; brought us'many new things, but these .Jfovelty G'otits are the outstanding fea- tures for today's bulletin. SALTS ESQUIMALT rloll fab- ric Fur Coat trimmed with black sable fur on cuffs and on collar; wide belt. The coat is .lined throughout with Skinner's guaranteed satin. Extra Special Value at SALTS BABY fur fab- ric that Is greatly in demand this season. The style is one of the "best we have shown this season, wide hand of Esquimau Seal on cuff and around "bottom of skirt, dicker collar. Two year guaranteed Batiu linings. Extra special.. SALTS ROYAL rich fur fab- ric similar to. Hudson Seal. Coat is trim- med wltli Baby Lamb. One of Uie very latest styles. Coat satin COrt ftft lined. Extra value at...... 9OU.UU WOMAN IN TERRIBLESTATE Help in Lydia Pink- hum's Vegetable Compound. The largest stock of Ladies' and Children's Underwear in Southern Alberta. All at last year's nrlces. We have anything you can ask for in sizes, styles and qualities. Ladies' Vests; short or long at at ,50c to Ladles' Combinations; or long sleeves; 93c to Baby Vests 36c to........ sleeve short GOc Children's Underwear; wool, union or floe cashmere price.-i from C1 OC to.............9 Children's Combinations, col- ton rtblxjd 75c; wool and 51.23. .Ca.Ii- V4 mere from .Child's Mitts .35c All sizes In Girls' and Boys' Mitts ta navy, brown, white scarlet" or cardinal. Rome with long gauntlet cuff. Llaina Hose, .50e A sample lot ot Ladies' Fine Llama Wool Cashmere Hoso, regular 65c and 75c values-. On sale at 50c. These are very scarce and cannot be purchased again. RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Cape Wolfe, LastMtrch" was a complete wreck. I had given u all hope of getting better or living on length of .time, 03 I was such a BufTere from female troubles. But 1 took Lydi E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound, an i today I ant in1 good health and have pair of twin boys two months old anc growing finely. I surprised doctors an neighbors for they all know whit wreck I WM. "Nowlamhealthy, happyand hearty and owe it all to Lydia E- 'remedies. You may publish this lette: if you like. I think if more women used your remedies they would have better health. J. T. COOK, Lo No. 7, Cape Wolfe, P.E.I., Canada. Because your case is a difficult one, am doctors having done you no good, do no continue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound trial. It surely has remedied many cases of female ills, such as inflamma- tion, ulceration, displacements, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, and it may be exactly what you need. Mrs. E, D. Hill will receive tomor- row afternoon foir the first time this The Pinkham record is a proud anc peerless one. It is a record of constant victory over the ob- stinatoillsof women that deal out despair. It Is an es- (net that Lydia E, Pinkham's VpgetableCompound has restored health to thousands of such suffering women, Why don't you try it if you new) men g medicine? J The surveys on all .the ir- rigation schemes in the district, are being finished up for the season, according to Captain F. H, Couf-li medicines, is a rule, contain a Jarjje quantity of plain syrnp. Two cups of granulated sugar with one cun ot warm water, stirred for 2 minutes Rives you as good syrup as money can buy. Then get from your druggist 2% ounces fmcx (60 cents pour into a 16- ounco bottle and fill tbo fiottlo with suKar vauLAiu i'. B.yrup. I his you, at' a cost" of only Peters, district superintendent of rigation foi the Dominion govern clear saving nearly Full who is in the citv todaj Construction on tne laper scheme, Sir. Peters expects, will'he commenc- as earty next spring as possible TJif surveys are all completed The table, surveys of the "Lethbridge-Northern irrigation scheme are completed, as are also the suneys of tiie big scheme proposed. In the government In, the south, known year. Recruit for Engineers Captain. Peters 'ia in the city at pre- sent to recruit men. for the Canadian for which many applica- tions have been received here bv W A; Adam, who is to have a commis- sion in the corps. All those who have offered are of a splendid type, and mostly" well-trained men in their vari- ous lines. Captain Peters expects to be able to take at least twenty men from Leth bridge cant tomorrow. .They will be sent directions with Pinex. It keeps porfectlv and tastes pood. It takes hold, of the usual couch or then cold at once and conquers it in 24 hours .Splendid for whooping couch! bronchitis and winter coughs.. It's truly astonishing hoV nuictlv it loosens the dry, hoarse or tight coueh brines th the. inflamed mera- "iroat rintTbrohchiai tubes, .ted -corn- extract, to lioal inflamed oat and clicst. To .avoid: disappointment, 'aek rour dnunrist for "3fc of ami don't accept a lute combined with i used for generations membranes of the thr Calgary, Nov. through a seething sea of flames.William Liv- ingstone, president of the Southern ALberta Oil company, .'and two em- ployees of the company had a.'mir- aculous death.last night when the oil the well which to flpw.lieavjjy last Thursday, becariie ignited from a lantern carried by a who was about five hundred yards from the_ derrick. A disastrous-fire re- (suited which destroyed the derrick and was still burning when Mr. Liv- left the scene for 2 o'clock this morning. Mr, Livingstone is now at his suite in the Findlay Apartments. The other two men who went through the awful experience with him are Head Driller Roy Whid- Tier, who in now in the general hos- pital suffering from severe Tool Dresser Ford, who will arrive from Okotcks tonight. 3fc nvtli ing else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or monoy prompt- ly refunded, Koea .with thia preparation. 'I he Pines, Co., Toronto, Ont. To analyze the uubumed gaaes giv- en.off by industrial plants, a French scientist has invented electrical ap- paratus which makes the tests and re- cords the results automatically. All Women Need acMtective, occasionally, to right a disordered stomach, which is the cause of so much sick headache, nervous- ness and sleepless nights. Quick relief stomach troubles is assured by promptly taking a dose or two "of Bcecham's Pills i liver, kidnajn towdii ssslsUng and these oiBinv and keeping them In healthyTcondMon; Thess lamoia pillt m nfrttbte In coroposltim-therriore, no diugraMHe after-effecta and an not hahitfohning. A box cf BeKhim's PHIa In the house is a protection against the many annoying by and the foundaBon For Better Health U.'9. An appreciable increase in interest in "livestock was noticeable in the west, said J. H, Grisdale, director of experimental Tanns, anii EL S. -Archi- service of intercession will lie held. tomorrow night in St. Cypri- an's church.' Andrew's Ladies' Aid will incut tomorrow at p.m. ati rear of the church. All members ate asked to he present. Mrs. (IPO. Allison's section oi the Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet tomor- row at the home ot Mrs. KdwardK, J223 Fifth Ave. A. south. The .Daughters Maids of England sewing class will meet at the home of Mrs. Scott, 138 19th St. N.. on Wed- nesday at p.m. The boys of. Si. Cyprian's church, between the ages of II and IS, are asked to meet tonight in the 'vestry for the purpose of forming a club. Inspector and .Mrs, J. Morgan cii- tertained at dinner on Saturday ev- ening in honor of Mr. .John Ross, ol the educational department at Ed- monton. Leo Coombs will lecture on Modern Voice Culture at the Conscr- ratory Auditorium Tuesday evening, November 23rd, subject, "Interferenc- es." Musical program in connection, j Miss Bridget of A thy, Kil tare, last week became the bride, of Corporal' James Hogan in charge of he Royal North West Mounted Po- ice at Champion, Alberta, formerly if 'Ballrnahinch, County Down, Irc- ancl. Mr. Gordon Spencer oi the G.P.R, "elegraph stall, Calgary, arrived in he city yesterday to enlist with the Oth Battery.- Mr. Spencer was a re- ideiit of Lethbridge for some years nd was well known in musical cir- les. Mrs. W. D. L Hardie went to Cal- ary on Sunday to see her sou Glad- tone, who was passing through from rernon, B. C., with his regiment, en oute to England. Mayor Hardic eaves'today to nicct his son in Me- icine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Lon- on, Ont., announce the marriage of icir elder daughter, Edna Isabelle, 0 Mr. John Vcrnon MrKenzie, M.A., -P.C.L.I., eldest son of Dr. and jrs.-E. R. and irmerly engaged in newspaper work 1 Lethbridge. A graduate-of the Montreal General hospital; Miss Vivienne Tremaine, as had the honor of being attached to -the nursing staff which attended the King on His Majesty's return journey to London, after the acci- dent which he met with white re- vieiying the troops in France. Miss Treraaine is a daughter of the., late Arthur' Tremaine, "and Mrs. 'Anna Tremaine, of 262 Olivier avenue. Westmounfe. The Daughters of the Empire placed j a contribution box in St. Basil's! school this morning. Fitting exercis- es marked-the occasion. The children gathered in the spacious auditorium with their teachers in charge and listened to a patriotic address from W, A. Buchanan, explana- tion of the purpose of the contribu- tion box from Mrs. G. W. Robinson, regent of the Alexander Gait Chap- ter DaVebeiv and Trustee Ken- nedy were also present. The fine voic- es of the children were heard in a patriotic hymn which they sing each daj at schoit, and in "God Save the' King" at the end of the. program. The children displayed much interest in the proceedings and St. Basil's will tip its share in providing .com- forts for the soldiers. Roumania Allows Munitions to Pass Nov. anil Auitria already have begun to utilize the Danube river to pass supplies in- bala, livestock husbandman ot'thp bd'i to savs the Times' Buoh minion department of Agriculture, ?Fest "Lai ivere ilaltora to the city yester city day, on an'inspeption trip, to' the'local Experimental farm. Mr. Grisdale, of was greatly enthusiastic over the big crop yields He has recently returned from'the ir- rigation convention at San Francisco, and stated that .farmers In California would not believe liis stories of liie Dig .yields here. Mr Qriadale has been much pleas ed Mth the success attending the nork-on the neu illustration plots. which have been established in the ivest, and there is a possibility of the number of these being increased BOY OF 14 SEASONED VETERAN London, Nov. Anthony boy bugler soldier, of the 1-itli Montreal Battalion, the "wonder" of the Canadian contingent The bo> has just arrived in England from the trenches in France. He came 'on'leave" to aay "Hello" to some of bis pals in one of the Canadian hos- pitals. Weighted down :with the fuii equipment and rifle, of .a grown pri- Cinley stalked into hos- pital and asked for the (inarteroiaster. He was soou talking to hia ;wo.unded comrades about the battles of Ypres Festubdrt. Saturda} Rnshtichuk three MS oi barges, escorted by Austrian monitors. Troops and a .large quan- tity oi munit-ions and motor cars landed for the.j'army of Field Baron Von Dei'Golti, com- mander of the" first Turkish army. "A telegram from: Bucharest says (hat other convoys, escorted by ships fljing Austrian and .German (lags ate passing down the Danube for Bulgar- ian RED ROSE _ A Rare Selection of Style and Beauty is presented during this EXHIBITION OF BEAUTIFUL HUDSON'S BAY lixpressiojis ol' delight tuul surprise cun be on every side as our pulrons viewfi'Jio .Lovely Creations and Models ol' 1111- Style and Quality. Tliey' inake an irresistible appeal io Avoinon's eyes. Them; is no more .greatly appreciated are half as practical as a set of "HiuU son's Ba-v Fnrs." Come and Bring Your Friends and be Our Guests Tomorrow Afternoon A 'DONALDS PIANO TO BE GIVEN AWAY Are you going to-be the owner of this hand- upright guaranteed "by the Hudson's Bay Com- pany for 10 years'? Watch Tomorrow's Herald for Full Par- ticulars Wednesday Shoppers Will Save On These Special Economies Specials from the Men's Department MEN'S.HEAVY WORSTED col ois sell cut and good fit in Clfl QQ dressy style Special I U.99 VOUTriS-' HEAVY WINTER Size 30 to 34 Newest styles, with 01 CQ without belt Value to 00 9 I iWtf Specials from the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear all wash colors, tan, red, navj and grej from 1 4 -jn to 1' years Values Uji to 53, special 9 I I W .A. Regular. Jl.SS...Special LADIES' FLANNELETTE DRAWERS onlj for per pair bust and 98c 59c Specials from the Boot Department MEN'S BLACK BOX CALF BLUCHER STYLE. Strong rearing all sizes CO HA Special pel pair BOYS' STRONG SCHOOL Bal styles Sizes' from 1 io Special per pin C1 JIO 9 Window Shades and Curtains Insertion trimmed WINDOW SHADES; green onh, with cream insertion trimming: 36 Inches wide, 72 inches long Best qualitv shade mounted on Hartshorn rollers Special each I WiC MADRAS MUSLIN m a beautiful range of dainty-new stvles, JO and 43 inches wide GC-. Special prices per jard, 25, 10, 33 up to DOC NOTTINGHAM LACE and ecru shades, 45 laches J and 4 fi j arts long Special per pair 9 I 1 %f Grocery Economies 33c 29e 40c 19c 25c .TETLEY'S 45c. bpeczal per pound ___ TETLEY'S GREEN nOi Very (Special, pound...... H. B. CO.'s Family Blend, per pound'..... Special, 3 pounds for CASTILE pound bar- Regular 25e. Special ___ MUSCAT ;ioo fin Special...... HUDSON'S BAY CO. Two Children are Nearly Killed by Runaway Auto ton mciitlui, lell onto thp floor of the car, wliltli loituualclj rcmainhj top side up j The on ll's lace at the 'of Hhc BathursJ St t.t tallid at.tKf ranking hut ofi.thc Ver the lp loionto, daughter of Mrs 117- .narrowly escaped Icath parU last night when iun-1 and paueil through the taiitonl sub automobile crashed into a Ule wiCbout mishap phone polo at the corner ol Dothurst ami Dupont sttrcts Jle (hiid was through the ol the automobile jnp. roadway, but sn- I Bjtiiu'fs oo( upant" French Boat Sunk Pans, Nm l''rcnch sleam- cr louncrh the American steamer Dam, lias been tntpedueii and sunk b> a 'Jprnun subniurme, ac to rcceijett -t s wiou mshap aiitompbiW was badljAvftcked IN WAR BC, Nelson For a illdlt tinie" lhB'iie.i'ftiO( fcaf held 1 cm coupcil lonlght williorlzwl Alayoi up tiafflt at "tliis'bus'v'" )ntfhactioli I Malfne to nnesl "of (JIB ell Tiie injuipd cliihl anil I bomp after it had been l sfltt Ip' "its [sinking fund m the Cannniah War loipl 1H I to bo floated by Hon. W. T. WWW shortly, ;