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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 9, 1910 THK LETHBRintiK 'KAII.'Y HERALD PAGE NINE IB not it's tho value frou (jot for your larly In medicines. Ordinary oint- ments, for Instance, are composed largely of clump niiluial fats, with very HtUe medicinal ingredients, ou the contrary, .fe all medicine. Zam-Buk's healing power lst thus, so superior to that of other ointments, tlmt it euros when ordinary ointments and more treatments fall. Madame A. Larlvlere, of 671 Rodman St., Fall River, Mass.. "For three years I nuf- fared terribly with eczema. I used numerous olntmonts, without results, and the various doctors who gave mo treatment acknow- ledged that the case was beyond them. 'Finally, I went to a spec- ialist, but although T paid him a large feo, I received no benefit. .Then I heard of Zam-Buk and com- menced using it. in conjunction with Zam-Buk Soap. I shall never forget the relief It gave me. It ended the irritation and burning sensation, drew out the Inflamma- tion and soreness, and perseverance resulted In a complete and perman- ent cure. I am convinced that Zam-Buk is the only treatment for eczema." Zam-Buk ie just as good for ulcers, abscesses, old wounds, run- ning sores, blood-poisoning, ring- pimples, bolls, piles, cute, burns, scalds and all skin injuries. 60c box, 3 for All drugglsta or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. WOMAN IS ELECTED Jtew York, Nov. early this morning; indicate the election to congress of M Iss Jcannette Rankin. of Missoula, Mont. -Miss Rankin will be the first woman to sit in the con- gress of the United States. c- EAT MORE GOOD BREAD, LESS MEAT !So Says Dr. Harvey J. Wiley, the Famous Pure Food Expert. He states that meat contains 130 per cent, water and costs from 25c a pound up, while bread ia only -ID per cent, water and costs about 5c a also that bread furnishes more energy per pound than meat possibly ca.ii. Of course Dr. Wiley meant GOOD bread. And bread, to be good, must he made from flour spotlessly clean, pure and of full food value. To use any other kind of flour, no matter how cheap, is false economy. The most particular housewife may leel quite confident of baking big clean loaves of full food value if she uses Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour which can be purchased oC any dealer. Also it's more economical to feed the family Royal Household Bread in- stead of so much ment. ILADI Mr. it. Andi'ew Smith In Calgary for a tow days. Mrs. J. K. Lovcring is spending u few days in Clarosholm. Airs. J. D. McFarlaml of Calgary IK spending a few weeks with Mrs. A. J. Rogers, 120C Oth Avenue South. V The ladles of (ho Tied Cross will serve tea at tho Chinook Cluli tomor- row afternoon from 3.30 to 0 o'clock. Owing to the patriotic rallies at the schools tomorrow afternoon. Micro will be no sewing for the I. 0. K. at. the home of Mrs. G. W. Robinson. Capt. .TflineH Duff of the 230th Tlat- talion, Construction Corps, i.i down from Calgary for a few days. All the members of the Hasten) Star are asked to meet at tho Red Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon as early as possible. Mrs. McFndden of Lftimoxville. Que., has arrived in the city to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. D. .1. Hay. The ladies' society of the U. mid L. F. and 13. will meet at the home of Mrs. Maxwell, (137 5th Street South, on Friday afternoon at I The Hudson's Bay tea room was' ell filled all yesterday afternoon when Mrs. G. W. Robinson, Mrs. J. A.j Jackson, Mrs. Starnes and Mrs. George! Siacey were the Daughters the Em-i [lire in charge. I The ladies' gymnastic and swim- ming classes, under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club, will be held on Friday at 4.15 for juniors and at 7.30 for seniors. tcriau church of Miss Elizabeth Coch- rnno of Hamilton, Out., and Mr. Robert Ajeruw of Lethbridge, formerly of Hamilton. The commony was per- formed by Rev. J. W. Morrow. On Thursday, Oct. 26th, at Kiwx Muiifse, Mr. Martin Arthur Hnborl and Alias Oudrun Olseu were united in marriage, Rev. F. Burns officiat- ing. The ball that the bankers are giving tomorrow night in the S. O. E. hall will commence an hour later, that is dt 9.1ii promptly, in order not to con- lict with the big patriotic meeting be- ig held that night. The proceeds of the bazaar held last Saturday by the Daughters and Maids >f England amounted to of which has been given to ;he Patriotic and the remainder, to the Bailor's Relief Fund. The society wish to thank the Herald for tdvertising. A re-union social was held on Tues- day night by the members of the On- ward yf Wesley church at the home of. their teacher. Dr. .1. E.. Lovering. Many new members in ad- lition to the old members of the class were present and after considering ilans for the future movements of !he class, the evening was spent with nusie and various contests, after which refreshments were served. At Medicine Hat, Nov. 8th, the mar- iage took place at St. John's Presby- Threo weeks from next Monday noinimilion.s for the immiciual elec- tions will be held for the office of commissioner of public works and al- so for public and separate cchool boards. Nothing new has developed in the commisslonership campaign, but candidates for the public school board aro beginning to loom up in the offing. Three members of the board retire this R. Davidson, who has been chairman this year, II. A. MrKillop and John ScotL. At last night's meeting of the board a resolu- tion was passed asking the city to ar- range to take a pool of the burgesses for school hoard candidates at the coming election. "Yes, I'm going to run was Chairman Davidson's reply to u query as to his intentions. "If anybody opposes me, I'll said John Scott. Asked if he would accept the seat if it came to him by acclamation he said he would. So that makes two candidates for three positions. H. A. McKillop, when seen by the Herald this morning, stated that he also had definitely decided to stand. This makes three in the field anyway. During the morning the Herald en- deavored to get a line on prospective candidates but none could be found. However, there ia little reason .to think that the elections will go by ac- clamation. BENCHERS ELECTED BY ALBERTA LAW SOCIETY Calgary, Nov. triennial elec- tion of benchers of the Law Society Alberta, which was conducted by mail, was completed yesterday and the re suits announced by Secretary Adams, The following 12 have been elected b> the barristers of this province to be their governing body for the nexl three years: James Muir, K.C., LL.D. Calgary; 0. M..Biggar, IC.C., ton; C. F. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L. Lethbridge; R. B. Bennett, Calgary; A. H. Clarke. K.C., M.P., Gal' gary; J. C. F. Bowen. K.C., Edmonton; Frank Ford, K.C., Edmonton; A. F lowing, K.C., M.L.A., Edmonton; Sir Jas. A. Louglieed, K.C.M.G., P.C.. K.C., Calgary; C. C. AlcCaul, K.G., Edmon- ton; W. M. Campbell, K. C., Macleod, and W. A. Begg, K.C., Medicine Hat. THL STANDARD Of EXCHLtHtt for children, has the comfortable rugged- ness necessary for sturdy little inclined to destroy everything in sight You'll find in Penmans most astonishing wearing Of course! The Allies Flag Trophy Everyone aho'tild pOBtusKK this new novelty. It displays; the oC all the nations fighting, with llio allies ami is put up in thu shape of a. hang ing bushel Shows each flaji anil namo of nation very distinct- Cft ly. Price comphitc OUC Japanese Fancy Baskets Dainl.iy designed. Sukablo I'or fruit and nuts. etc. Direct Iron] Japan. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY All One Price 39C Housefurnishings at a Bargain on Friday PRINTED LINOLEUMS In floral mailing, Oriental and tHf.1 designs. Oiliiriui; ;i splendid choice of patterns. Friday and Saturday, square van! Lineal Yard COLOUED IJOKDEKED CLKTAJX SCRIM On white or ecru grounds. SG inches wide. Very special, two yards for BRASS CURTAIN RODS Extend to inches, with brackets complete. Special, two for o r iDC Embroidered and Fancy Linens at Half Regular Prices for Friday Kiiiliroidorcd ;ind dnnvn nens. Also Maf Hand Croclici. ilnvjid worked 'li l.-iee trimmed and Renaissance trim- med. 'cut re doilies. Lunch cloths and. I _ A shipment consijjncd Id us by a commis- ion merchant in Vancouver. These will he cle.-ired .--.I less ihjin Till 1 1' Reg'iilnr Prices on Friday. Boots and Shoes of Best Quality Are Needed this Weather We Can Supply You During This Sale at a Substantial Saving Off Regular Prices. Men's Dress Shoes A very dressy boot, in black and tan. and button styles. A shoe. Special Ladies' Drfiss Shoes Kid top and patent clotii top. Lace and button in the long vamp styles. -Very dressy and comfortahle in all sizes. Regular Special THIS IS NO OLD STOCK we are trying to sell, but all New Clean Stock for Fall and Winter Men's Patent Dress Shoes Patent leather with clotii top In all sizes.. A nice.dressy shoe. A A .Tu clear.....'.'.''.......... J.UU Children's Vici Patent Leather Kid awl Slippers. Sizes 2 to 5. While they last. Reg- ular up to A Special, per' pail- .'.......V.. We have a Large Stock of OVERSHOES. Do not delay, get them now, and beprepared for the winter. The "Bai> H.B. CO.'s SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR 98 It) Sack 49 Ib Sack ___ OGILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND Very Special 98 IT) Sack 49 It) Sack BLUE RIBBON TEAS nri pounds for ___ tplaUU PEARL JAMS. i Quality Groc SARDINES. In oil. Very n r fine quality. 4 lor R. C. SOAP List for thi CORNED BEEF. on Piece, per pound PEAMEAL BACON oft Sliced, per pound OvC PEAMEAL BACON Piece, per pound HAM OP Sliced, per pound ....._ RAW HAM on Piece, per pound COOKED HAM Week-ern 40c 5c W. WASHING POWD- 25c 15c 2c 25r CORN'STARCH MARMA- fn LADE. Special DRESSING. In mp bottles. 2iic and 'rOC H. B. CO.'s PURE FLAVORING ESSENCES Per pound DAIRY BUTTER k A COOKING ONIONS (i pounds for GOLD SALAD DRESSING In packets 1C 2 for SAUSAC5E O pound uOC-GRAPES. For table use. lOc 25c 45c WiTH EVERY POUND OF H. B. CO. TEA PURCHASED FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE Wli-L GIVE A 15 INCH SCHOOL CHINESE pn GINGER. Per pound 3UC CORNED BEEF LOAF Per pound per pound t ozen ozen ECONOM FOR THE PEOPLE" HERBERT E.SURBlOCt STOOE3 COMM1SSIONEP (fcmpanu. Ottawa, Nov. raihvay- nen will urge the passage of an eight- lour bill, such as. that obtained some inie ?go in the United States. The Jme is not opportune to press this matter, but as soon as allied victory SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING __J__ The Women's Comfort; Rooms Boom 1, Hull 110011. Phone 1710 lias been definitely'estabUslied It will ,be taken .up by the Brotherhood of 'Hallway This, is the message that James Murdock, president of the organiza- tion, gave, out today. Sir.' aiunlock refuted the claim that tlio Canadian Pacific railway threatened strike had been brought about because of the success of trainmen in the United States in securing the eight-hour day. He stated that because of patri- otic reasons u similar move on the part of Canadian trainmen had been postponed. SENATOR DUPONT DEFEATED Wilmington, Del.. Nov. Un- ited States senator, Wilcolt, Demo- crat, defeated Senator Dupont, Re- publican by V DR. DUMBA DEAD jr.-. Geneva. Nov. Con- gfantin Dumba, former Austrian ambassador to the United States, .died' on HO- cording to a dispatch from Vi- -.enua; was 66'years old. SEND BOXES TO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AT FRONT Lethbridge High'school has a roll of honor of she may well be proud, as it contains the names of over fifty of her former pupils, the majority of whom are now, fighting somewhere in France. To show these brave feoys liovv much their efforts are appreciated, and incidentally to help give them a good time this Christmas, the present pupils are sending to. each one a Christmas box. Every student wished to help, so 'groups of three were formed and each group illled box. They showed good taste in do- ing this for. while putting in candies, chewing gum, oxo cubes and othar' delicacies, guaranteed to make tho soldiers forget "bully beef" for a yet they did not forget to enclose use-: ful articles like towels, .handkerchiefs' and boot laces. The students feel, now that at. least fifty soldiers will cheered up this Christmas, and the.yj are sure that not one of them buf- what will be pleased he was fortunate enough at one time to attend 'Leth; bridge High school. Citnulft't tor A r ontury: Brod bakM wllh lUyM Tout will fraiH mom than wtth any MMr, Wat a full WHIM luavly M mutt at Mhlnf, mitt MM loaf will M juit aa MADC IN canwa ;