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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FlilDAY, XOVKMBKIi 10, THE urrnnmnoR DAILY HERALO PAGE MINK can furs in lunu1, jH-iim.- tu sei. Black Lynx Black Fox Beaver SeO.OO Kpochilize Cootr coat F1 Farrier 11 HICINBOTHAM BLOCK (Ground Floor) (allied Arnold lloywuoil, another ft I U Itluli'iuori, num. and saw the ahull (Iron II wllldl kllleil I'le. lle.vm.od and sever-1 I of his rlinnia nltliour.li I'l''- Archer i caiiiu tlil-outh without a n I O'.l Own Illiiirmnro.' Nov. Archer, late of llni Canadian I'io iHiers, who i'roin Ulairnioro several months ayo mid who has sine" aeon sevoro active service in France, lias been oblimul I" return lo Canada and civilian life to ill liealUi. 'rrivnte A'.-elier, guessing that pre- pHralloiis would be under way lo ylve him a rnyal upon bis arrival at mail-more, thought tliiit. In: v.-o'ild unicii nilher arrive without-, nii'l lie cleverly managed 10 i.'Ven from his family, the eMii-.t dale' his iirriva! at Hlairinore. 11 thought that he would first to C'ulKiiry I'lit somehow I'te. Archer left lithor coinrnilCE (it Medl'jinc Hat. came slniitfht tliroujili to lilainnori'. Upon IHH arrival here on .Monday mornins lie left tile train, gel. I KM.in .Milk Itiver, Nov.' estate deals are Kctlini! (o be the common] tlllilK around Milk Itiver. A .raiisai'tions Have 'Business men re KILLED Nov. !l.-I.ii'Ul. A. S. IIii-ie.: C( nieronians, r.i'.d formcily or Ci iKiiiian divisional wlio jvioilflly is now re not IlliKh Jt in.itoil.. Koyal Artillery, has been Killed. He was formerly with llni Canadian locill forces, and look a pro-! mlnent part in ilie ljucliM: Ceniciiary.' aiiil aron port all lines to be active, also Hint there are no houses to rent in town. The, Catholic church which 'was brought down from Dia- mond Cily i" sections, will soon be ready for service. The Union Protestant Sunday school Is having a very good attendance. The! lime is now 'changed from 2.30 p.m. j Toronto, Nov. didn't tell tho boys when 1 loft them at Ihe front just when I would be stated I'te. A. J. McLailKhlin, of Amsterdam, N. V.. who went to the front with the is'tli Highlanders, as In; waddled along on ills wooden lej? and liis somewhat liadly crippled right arm, while his left sleoye Happed emply in the wind, IhroilKh the corridor of (he Spadina convalescent hospital. At tho same lie handled a partly smoked ciga- rette with the finger and tlinmb that remains of bis liglll hand. This pri- vate is one of badly wounded nien to reach Toronto. Fifty-five scare all told mark his body. jolly and lanirhing as he told of his exper- ience. It was at Festubert whore he met his Waterloo. His unit had charged and were in Hie front lino German trynchos. lie was handling a machine gun whon a Gorman shell picked hiui out. Away went ono arm and he suffered sundry wounds In the holly. He lay Tor a v.-h.'le us tho great Highland unit which ho had served so well, went on. Presently he recovered and picking uo tho remnants of his arm, he says he "didn't want tho Ger- mans to get started back. Simul- taneously two German shells struck beside him. They took away his leg, the three fingers of his one hand and brought his total of wounds up lo 55. He was given good attention and says that by the end or a month his wounds were practically all healed. "0. H. M. S." ON ARMY MOTORS Ottawa, Nov. motor cars of the militia department are to have the letters O.H.M.S. embossed npor them In a prominent position. ThiL is to show that these cars are in the service of. King and country. It seems that certain officials of th militia department have been using tho cars for other than official busi- ness. "Joy- riding" is suggested and the labelling o! the official cars Is ex- pected to eliminate thia. The Home of Quality Meats Delanys Limited Sell Southern Aiberta-grown products only 'limvr'vn- the rii'ws leak- W. McDonald as manager, has sold (1 .lrrjvi, 'ttlonf'lo Mr of Phoenix. H. C. Mr. Hie v'ur vetdr- j Shea is m'ltlMlMn ot ...ladly iie.util.v WLI.OII.K felli ft f 66 The Greatest Tenor since Rublhi Greater into adora- tion. And you can.hear.it on Columbia Records before the great tenor on the opera stage in' In Lazaro, the world4Js.listening -be recalled in future5 generations; tenor. Not only isthere novoiceof greater there is no teaor with such range or control., each 48762 A'I'DA. (Radiant 48741 LA BOHEME-CKE GEUDA MANINA. Cold Vonr 48747 PARADISO! .48783-1 PUR1TANI-A TE O CARAT (Often, -Imagine a tenor voice that shades down to a whisper, to an exquisite, scarce-breathed shadow of uifn carried higher ancfyet higher; swelling.sustained, a mighty the very air seems ringing with its power. 1 Your dealer has Lazaro's records Ask him to play hear a tenor who has nfTequal in the NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS ON THE OF... EVERY MONTH LOOK carefullyinto this list of day. Assortments are better. Look them over lumbia GrafonoU Prkc GRAFONOLAS, AND DOUBLE DISC Next Dallas Hotel The Drug-Book Store Phone 1487 bargains offered for Satur- large and values were never TWEED DRESS GOODS AND SUITINGS .89 COSY FURS, PRICED LOWER very large range of good weight tweeds In grey, blue and brown mixtures. 44 Inches wide. Will give excellent wear [or skirts or suits. Per yard 56 INCH TWEED SUITINGS- Tills extra wide material conies in grey'find brown mixtures and is really good value at ?2.50. sale at Natural Set. B'ice 35.00 Natural Fox Set, Price 36.00 Northern Dark Set. Price 25.00 Hudson Seal Set. 34.00 Canadian Natural Coon. Price 39.00 Black Fox Animal Set. Price 45.00 Black Siberian Dog Set, Price.....-.- 22.00 No. 1 Musk Set. Worfli Price 120.00 No. 1 Persian Laiub Set. Price........ "5.00 Dark Brown Sable Set. Price............. 40.00 Another -Shipment' of Those Superior PLUSH AND SEALETTE COATS New Styles' Today From UP TO Belted, half fitting or full hack styles, satin- lined throughout, fancy plush trimmings or plain.. The best .'raaige we have shown this; season, and .tlie'prices arc certainly reasonable.- when you-consider inequality of these garments. Call and Look Them Over Boys' Worsted Bibbed Hosiery Women's Pure ?S4Sp: 75c. Boys' Winter Overcoats tweeds, grey, brown and blue CUjn-- We Were Fortunate In securing a big stock of Boys' Hockey colors 5Q Lovely Down Quilts Rich coverings and very best down JJQ to Bich Black Silks on Sale ijil.90 40 inch. Very fine rich black Duchess. A. we can fully guarantee. _, AQ Per yard t M in. Duchess, Simpson's Special Pine, soft, bright finish. Black only. Wearing duality guaranteed by us. Per yard ,'Jfi in. Black Cliiffon Taffeta 40 in. Finest Chiffon Taffeta f 1.90 40 in. Black Crepe