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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1915 THE LBTHJi RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. ________ Removed Bullet From Chamber Of The Heart of a bullet from one of the chambers of the heart, un- der the influence of.only a local an- icatntlto, and with the patient witching ilie rpintion is dueiibul hv in nrnn surgeon in Hie British Ac iCul Journal I he point ot chiel miercst as the inscnsituentss of i In ft probed with hcivv [traps and closed with a-row tof stitchc: PHONE 1224 Mrs. Herbert'' hmviiiK to-] day on a short visit to Calgary. Mr. Arthur Htginlwtham is spunil- ing. a few days in Calgary, attending the Kexjill convention. Mr. and iUrs. James Fleming and little son, left Monday evening tu spuml the winter at Riverside, Cali- Calgary Herald. Tomorrow is patriotic' day at the Hudson's Bay iea room, as the Daughters of.' the Empire, who will be in charge; give the proceeds of the second Friday in the month to the Patriotic Kunil. Mrs. K. II, Oriiiond and children of Nanaimo, 11. 0., and Mrs. Win. Nc- vin, and Jlisa Viva N'cvin. of Cat gKj have arrived in the .hav- JHH; hcim called home on account the serious illness of .their mother 100 fith Avc. S, Invitations have bceii Issued for the dance to'lie given hy Loaf Chapter of tlio. Order of (he Eastern Star, on Tuesday, November 16, in Masonic hall, in aid of the Red Cross-Fund. .Members of Uio Chapter ire reminded that they renuire no in- vitation cards. R.. B. Hennclt, M. P., of Calgary announces that he !s busy preparing to Itavt IL.UH for Flic-land ib tht without ifucthib its conlrdctiQiis or i There will be no meeting of the St. cuisim, the patient the slightest pain GypVian's Junior W. A. next Satiir- or discomfort (tav tn the bazaar being held 'The operation was performed un on that date. The next, meetinK will der a local writes the he held on the following'Saturday Tlie Juniors will have a table of 'eucainc adrenalin he- Tlie. heart was, exposed. Ncl uounli could be but on {Ajnun.ition b> the surgeons Imgir p the felt at the hack of the heart, pillier 'in the muscles or in Uic'chamber of the right ventriclc.'H was noticed th'at manipulation of the heart caused the patient no pain or the' babv ware, (foils' articles, .etc., at the io be held by senior A. on Saturday Sundae hemj., the birthday 01 past r of the I irst Biptist I church. Rev. Ross, the young men of number of congregation discomfort of .any kind, though the have arranged to take breakfast with .organ occasionally missed a ami j him at Any others who.would this in bpitc of the fact tlut tin an hkt to join finn will pieast ton 'aesthetic? hadoi -Clmm tele s diplomatic Us Skouloudis is known to be friend U to the Hie and partit u'larly to England, where he speni several }Cirij He speakii Pnghsh flu ......_ entlv. and, no doubt, will net take Hill assisted and "little Mar- any step which is not in conformity gucrite Hil] therdooir; for her traditions in the best interest of and -will always tender the lies I advice, to his-sovereign. There is everj leaSon to belitve that the king vill lister to bkoulowhs reater, attention thin inv other Greek statesman. It is, therefore, hoped that if the allies continue pre paritions and milit ir> operitions mother's -many callers. quiet wedding took place on Sat- urday evening ;homc of Dr, and Mrs Gexshaw IJclugl, street when Mr. Bell" Weir was'united in marriage _r._____ i to Miss Mildred jVIcKnteht !of Kill- tht igor speed the irncj Min Rei S Tattle 01. tune is not distant under the Fifth church being the officiat-i guidance ot men like Skouloudis UIL clergumn liesitancj of KmB Consfantim will t "nc bride nore n IjCLOimnj? travel 1 disappear and Crreecc join the ling suit of midnight bluq cloth allies1 NEWFOUNDLAND STAYS WET NKd.. Nov. all the ilfstricts so far reported, while1 the Doll is far from completed, indications are that the plebiscite held last Thurs day on the prohibition of the sile manufacture or importation of liquors the island of Newfoundland hae liad an adverse result. The vote ill the ista districl was completed this afternoon. It was for 2805, against, 46tf. The district thus gave a majority oE Ia3 abtne the percentage needed to earn the meas lire. Oh the .oilier hand, St. George's dis trict -with the noil declared tonight voted' onh for prohibition ant] 136 against this district required IIOJ for its quota prohibition GERMAN CRUISER TORPEDOED Copenhagen 11 A StocKholm dispatch to the Poll i Jcen the reoort that the Ger man protected cruiser Franenloeb a sister slim of the Undiae has been torpedoed oft the south of Sweden. SIMPLE WAY TO, HAVE BEAUTIFULLY WAVY HAIR fluffy part the scheme oi Important beauts A heated iron should not be itoed to give the effect for it destrd 8 the life hi tre ami flnfflnoss of the, hair. ,11 is far- hotter tp use plain 'liquid silmerine which curls the hair more effectually, more ifcMlngh and at the same time keeps soft light lieneflclal .Instead .of harmful, and It Is sach-a simple thing to apply ttte liquid before' retiring using i clean tooth for the purpose and this rtonvn the hair from riot to tip.' Very different from the tfrenome, fuasy, odorous curling iron method. silmtirine in. liquid form nifty. be "found in any dnig store and a few ounces will .last a very long; time. It Itv neither sticky nor greasy -and leayes no sediment, spots or streaks The hair will be "quite manageable, no matter what the stjie of coiftuio Advertisement. ling suit 01 midnight blue cloth with hat to match And turned a bouquet of ca'rnations and .lilies ,'6f tfie valley S'e t r-aj fj ILL who accompanicfllhec.frorir Manitoba! MendelESolm's Bridal Chorus was phml is the yount peop'e entered, the drawing room the cere-j inony thry partook-of a- dainty wed- ding supper, and left to make their new home at f Like Mta Medicine Hat News. App oint Provincial Committee For The Returned Soldiers Tdmontou 10 Vt meeting of the provincial cabinet held today'to consider the appointment of centraV committee to work in co-operation with the Oomin- jon military hospitals commissions in I connection with" the problem of tak-' ing care ot and providing employ j in en t for the members of -the Can- adian expeditionary, force, who re- turned to. Canada during the period ott ;he war the fallowing were selected j Hon..Charles W. Fisher of Cochrano, Speaker of the t Provincial .legislature. "VV T Henrv of Banxonton Af J3 CogteHo nnyor of Calgarj lames SpeaUlnan, Ptfnhold preil dent of the Tjnited 1 aimers of Al jerta, repre'spntine :the; agricultural "nterest's Alexander Calgary, lepresent- ug organized ilabor, Hon. Mr.. Fisher was named aa chairman of the committee and to be ex-officlo a member Dominion, military hospitnlgV.cpmmiasion. The provincial committee just ip minted-will meet and perfect arrangements for ;a thorough organi- ation of the whole province at the cities, towns .ami other cen- ers of population tloug Hneh o the organizationr of 'thp Canadian; 'atriotic Fund committees FOBM CAVELL LEAGUE Quebec, Qufe., Nov. lod- es met yesterday and formed an I dltli league a to oycott.all Oernmn and Austrian ninu- ifaclured' goods at the close of the >resent nai ft i Announcing the Opening at this Store of an Active Sei'vice Gift Bureau f rtiiy huiulrcds of Solijicrs i'rom and disi.rici. ;ire in .Franco ;uid elsewhere, will look IVij-vviU'd .......Id.Xmus remoinbnuieos froiii friends and relatives liaek Inline. and doubtless many people .-nid nie.'iiis of having these gifts selected, packed anil posted. have the solution to your problem. The Active Service (.lift Jiurcau, on the first floor, presenis facilities i'ol' selecting' the most siiilahle Xinas renieinlirances for our boys al i.he Iriint. 'Acting- on the advice-of returned a rranged and till ready for postiria'. a number of sets, saniples of which are on view, together with complete information regard the cost of shipping to Franco or England. arrange all troublesome details. Simply select and pay for vonr gift, give us the name and address, for shipping, and our service lakes care of a'lJ'pacliing'an'cl To prevent sifts should be se- lected SEKVICE GIFT. FLOOK. YOU WILL PROFIT BY PURCHASING YOUR WEEK-END NEEDS AT THE BAY Grocery News OF Special Interest 35c 20c 29c 25c 23c 25c 25c Butter; fresh creamery Per pound Cheese; finest Ontario Special per pound... evaporated Special "3 tins for... Arrowroot Biscuits Special' per "pound... Chocolate, Lowney'sj Cooking; pound. Cocoa, Cowan's Break- fast; Ib. sealer... Rice; sound No. -1 4 pounds for H. B. Blend, reg. 40e Special 3 I .UU 69c Jam, Smith; a pound, Gooseberrj- and Raspberry; Special price Per pail Canned Fruits, Hunt's, all kinds Regular 35o tins; Special 3 for........ Pineapple, Libby's; No. 1 tins, 2 for---- Pork" Beaha, Clark's No. 1 tins; 3 for---- Peas, Beans and Corn; ._l'Inest' Ontario; special 3 cans for Pickles, Moconochies, Mixed, per bottle Herring, Moconochies, 2 tins for Onions; No. t 10 pounds for Sunlight Soap; Special 2o for 33c 29c 25c 25c EXHIBITION SHOWING OF HANDSOME AND MAGNIFICENT Hudson's Bay Furs Are being display- ed on the. Second Floor. If. is with- out question a bril- liant display of .style-beauty, worth studying. Every. Fashionable Fur is represented in this showing: Muskrat. Mink, 'BlaoV Persian Lamb. Sa- bles. Hudson Seals, .Cinnamon Fox. Black etc., .etc: in- vite them as. oiir; showihg' af- fords a most discriminatiye selection. General Price Cut- ting Event in Dom- estic's Dry Goods. Pillow. Cases LOO' dozen, made 'best (lual- ily oott'on, 40, 42 arid 44 'inches. bpeoialh priced for ff 4 neelt end, palls, I Heiniiicd- Sheets Made of very heavy English rotton, J jards by fifl 2l< yanls. pair iptmvdV 2V-i sards bj 2H CO OC jaids pan Turkish Bath Towels Brown with red stripe, inches EJderdoAvn Com- forters Liglii. ground, silkoline covers corners and perfor- ated coiei, ft CQ Fnday and Saturdav White Flannelette Blankets 11x4. double bed size, pink or blue border, ff< mrf Special pei pair extra large Per pair _ (Jasimicre Tlose Hudson's Bay Special, hi black onlv, s% to 10 3 pair foi CO AA rtfl 9 I .UU Silk Boot Hose In black or wijite, double hole, lisie tops, Special per Fresh, Appetizing Dainties for Sweet Tooths 450 pounds HAND DIPPED fruit special per CwC LOWNEY -CREST. 'Bitter Sweets, Chocolate Clierrics, 4 fin neatly boxed and stilctly fresli Per box........: I Uv 25e PAULINE CHAMBERS BROWN MIXED CANDY; assorted; _2 pounds for Boots and Shoes Repriced For a Busy Week-End MEN'S K .tan only, box calf and glace kid. sizes Regular price 00 CM 1 C Special per pair ,.94il.9 YOUTHS' onlv. slrotig wear- 4 AM ii j? shoe 11 to 13, special pei 9 I BOYS' SCHOOL Hal styles, V A A durable, Rlres i to 5 onlj, special per pair 9 I Are You Going to be the Owner of the Donalda PIANO that we are Giving Away It Costs You NOTHING. Mothers will Profit by Pur- chasing These Special Offer- ings for Boys SMALL BOYS' HEAVY ALL WOOL tailored and warm foi zero Button close to npck fcizes to o vpari AA Values to 00 for A .large, assortment 6f BOYS' HOCKEY AJ1 Colors and Furp uool Sliaciai and For Wines, Spirits ami King Deliveries A SPECIAL SHOWING OF POPULAR. MADRAS CURTAIN MUSLINS-PRICED EXTREMELY LOW FOR THE WEEK FURNISHING SECTION; TOP FLOOR. HUDSON'S BAY CO. ;