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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, NOVKMHKH 12, 1918 1 LKTIIHIUDHK DAILY MK;t/\L-> PAGE NINE Greetings >?? stand or fall. j Hals off! ' Along tlio street there, comes j A blare of bustles, ruffle of di'unm; I And loyal hearts are beat inn hlqh; I Hats off! The flap it! passing by! -Henry If. Hewlett. loba, Sir Joseph Dubuc, Online, died at Winnipeg, sister of Dr. .1. A. Dubuc, Creek. Dr. Oordati K. Thompson of Kdmon-Ion, passenger enr inspector, is in the city, a guest al. tlio Y.M.C.A. warrani , confidence dsar Dr. Clalllvan Is confined to his wllli an attach of influenza. homo * : > > > : *   * PERSONAL ? > !** > * : : Dr. H. F. rtlow of Calgary Is a vis-! Itor In the city, at the V. M. ft o Will all those having milk bottle.-! belonging to the Nursing Mission kindly return them tit. once. These bottles are the exclusive property ot the N'urs-Ing Mission und tliose not roturiicif will be charge.I to the people hold-tliem. �   The Robckali bazaar which wn* to have been held on November Is postpon"d to a Inter date, on account of the influenza epidemic. There will be no meeting of the Daughters and Maids of Kngjand this week owing to the epidemic.    Hoxes for shipping Xraiis parcels to soldiers made by Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. I). E. are now on sale at Woolworth's. ? Homo mlsuitdt'i standing ex-ists among many housewives regarding the use of flour. Al-though everyone is aware that > liubstllutes must be bought with > Hour, many think that iipnn ? the purchase of these, Ih" rc-> spouslhility ends. This is not > so. With tlio so-called war �> Hour, one-tenth substitutes >, ? must be used. No housewife ? > has any excuse for making bread from the straight war flour. She must put in the > ? proper proportion of substi- : > tutes which arc barley Hoar, > ? corn flour, rye flour and at > > flour, as well as oat meal and > > rolled oats for the present. > ? ? war AND THE SUGAR bowl, all: THE CANADIAN SALT CO. uyiTHO AS A CRIMINAL i Buy a Victory Itm,.]  New York, Nov. 12.-Extradition of Former Emperor William from Holland, and his in England on the charge of murder fo.-which he tins teen indicted there, was urged here last night by James w. Gerard, former ambassador to Germany, in an impromptu address before a theatre audience. Wars are not. won by evading what war imposes. Sugar Is scarce I ecause of war; sugar ships have been taken from the trade to carry soldiers. That Is why the Canadian housewife is asked to use only two pounds a month per bend. If she evades the rule, can she expert her neighbors to keep It? And if everyone evades. It will hamp'i' by diverting ships. There is no use worrying about Inconveniences. There Is not enough sugnr t>> go around, unless it |s cut down in the home-: The second spoonful can be. left out TWO MEN DROWNED I AT HIGH RIVER pCfliffi 13 Pius have a well deserved reputation as a safe and effective remedy for stomach ailments. They are Quickly helpful in bilious attacks, sick headache, dyspepsia, heartburn and constipation. They act gently surely on the organs of elimination, purify the blood, tone the system and very quickly Strengthen Digestion Ui|�l SaU W u; MtJiciM fa tU W�t*4 S�M anrrwhar*. la W� -,!>�. weddings ; !� : : year �:� ? * * * * * * * 100 on Your Money THAT'S the peicntape. and more. thBt a few dollars spent on your teeth will return to you. Let us pu* ynuv teeth In shape today, and very mhiii vnu will note the : > > ! > : > )ld(eltlter whole or crushed toe powder) with theaaaurance of absolute benefit. One little Pep at night will clear the breathing passage and let the little one'* sleep be un-broken by coughing fits. A l'cp before aterilng for school In bad weather la elso an Invaluable safe* guard for the children'* throat* aud che�t�. All dealer*, 59c. box. FREE TRIAL Send thla advert., name of paper and 1c. stamp (for return postage) to Peps Co., Toronto and free trial package will � seat you. Will {frump! h ST 01 Iour MclNTYRE The death occurred In the eii.v .Monday from Influenza of John K. Me-Intyre, afieil ,'!.'!, at the family re�l deuce, S!f lath St. S. per-enved bad lii-en ill only n few days. He w.ia :i t'.I'.lt. trainman, and had eotue here Home time iiko from Xanaliuo, I). I'. l)eeea�ed wan marrie,| ;>ml leaven a widow ;md three -.mail rblldren to inouiii thi'lr Ina.i. The fuciTiil will be 111 cbart;e (if MarKny ;itel Hell, ntid will be held on Tliurnday nflernooti at two iiYlnc'c to the puhlle ceiniterj. PRIER ! Heath entered the home of I'le. Kd-, John I'Her, who Ii now with th" I'^ltrd t'unad.iiiis In France, yesterday remnvlnK bin little sou Ivlwatd. . N , comliiK Ji'Ti� from Heaver MIhim. Th  funeral will be in charge of MarKay und Hell The time will be aiiiiouiici-d , later. j HACKETT i Tlnue ill-il nt Sl.-rfmdvllle t|||.-e new coats licrriuse vnu not only ivi correct ntylrs hut lflMmg values mm!" irmn dun- and tee lliein .Moderuttly priced- $19.00, $25.00, $35.00, $45.00, $50.00, $60.00, S75.00, $85.00. Nemo Corsets Tlim* arc >cverul changes in Nemo Corset models this season that we would like you to see before you buy yours. We say 'yours because we are so confident th.riVci fitting At, pair .................................. popular ' shmic-i, largest and beat 2.50 WOOLEN TOQUES A vasi assortment of flno Wool Toipjes and Caps These come m plain aud fancy weaven. In plain colors or combinations of color* and the prices are within the reach of all. l'totn 50c to ........................... 1.00 SPECIAL THIS WEEK tail pairs of good well made corsets, excellent quality -of material. A number we have derided to discontinue. They won't slay long with this moving price. Values at $1.75 to $2 int. | *%f* Special this wvek........................................ l.&U BOYS' UNDERWEAR This will be good news for the boys who have been waititi? for wanted Hue of hoys' combinations, medium weight, good fittiu.; and splendid value Sites � years to It years. 1'riced from. ty f*A J2.U0 to.................................................... A**)" KNITTED SUITS Children- Woolen Knitted Suite A c�i�>, brushed wool -aits consisting of uvetalls, jackets and caps, in bctt � of yarn. Color- cardinal, white or 8�*e blue. Al........... 4.25 BOYS' COMBINATIONS 3.50 This a littler line and filler weavv in good filliiifc style. M�de irohi lieiit quality soft yarn All sines from �i to It year*. l'i iced from, suit $;t.ou to................................. BOYS' PULL-OVER SWEATERS N'ot u bulky style, but good fitting fine pull over sweater* for boys. They come in grey, ccrdinal, sax� or navy blue. All sues n AA from ti to 12 years old Priced from tl.oO to................. �.W HOLEPROOF HOSE A splendid assortment of our wear-resisting liolepioof Uo�e for ladies in black, (an, brown, champagne, pink, blue and grey. � (a Same old rrice and same old value. Pair .................... vll BOYS' SWEATER COATS Hoys' fine wool sweater cor.ta, made in coa' atyle with close fitting neck, two pockets and good fitting collar, lu khaki, cardinal, brown aud blue. Sizes 6 to 12 years. All one a mgk prico...................................................... TiwV Use Our Phone We Make Prompt Delivery Specialists in Corsets and Underwear 3054 ;