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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONO AY. NOV. THE LRTIIBRIHO IlKRALD I'AC.F, SKYKN Try Clarke's for Cold Weather HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR for Snappy Days and Furs and Outer Garments of Every Description for Women who want the smart things at moderate cost. Prices th-'s Season are surprisingly low, considering existing conditions, in fact many lines are selling at the same price as in normal times by reason of very early purchases of this season's stock before advances were put on. Rat Coats Fox Sets to Matchrd Sets of Ermine, Fitch, Hudson Seal, Canadian Beaver, Iceland Fox, Wolf, etc. Great Stocks of UNDERWEAR Ladies'Union Suits, and Girls'Union Suits VESTS DRAWERS for Women and Girls in various qualities in Silks and Dress Goods, Staples and.. Linens, Knit Goods and Kimonas and Bath Robes.. and all other lines of General Dry Goods. AT SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE PRICES Cloth Coats to Baby Lamb Coats to Plain Bouch Coats to Serge and Cheviot Suits Finest Broadcloth Suits to PHONE 1224 Miss Gi-rliTnV llnlTixun M'Krmi wilh fri'-nils in i 1-1 A. Kilpatiii-k. of lhi< Hank in NobU'lfcrd. the wi'liend III ih'i fily. m Ladies Cashmere Hose 50c, Girls' and Boys' CasKmere Hose 30c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 60c and 75c. Several lines in various grades plain and ribbed for boys and girls school wear. A Complete New Stock Just In This Morning Mrs. nixon'.s o kalis will Avr. A. S. on Tuestlay evening at S o'clock. All members are ashed lu he present and hand in their work. Rev. R. II. liasiaui, of India, spent 1 the weekend in tile city the guest of Mr and .Mrs. H. Howmaii: Mr. IJaslani spoke yesterday morning at St. Augustin's afternoon at SI. Cy- lll'ian's. and in the evening at St. Mary'" Thin'afternoon he addressed a mectinis of ladies in St. Augustin'K hall. EH I'ifth Ave. -Methodist church. Medicine Hat, on Friday. 10th Novem- ber, Leonard I.eroy Harper, of Ret- law. was- united in manage to Margaret l-leltner, ol' West Union, la. I'001-1'" wi" reside in Kut- law. r HER HOME No LONGERjHILDLESS Operationnot Necessary after Taking the Great Medicine for Women. Miller's Kalis, Mass. Doctors mid I had displacement very badly and I would have to have an operation. 1 had a soreness in both sides and a pulling sensation in my rinht side. I could not do much work tile pain was so bad. I was also troubled withirregularityand other weaknesses. My blood was poor. had been mar- ried four years mid had no children. After using Lydia E. flable Compound and Blood Purifier wo'-k- I became well and strong wan saved 1 frnm the operation. We are now the parents of a big baby girl and I prau. your remedies to others give you permission to pnlilish my letter. JOPI'NI Gim.liAULT, JR., Bridge Street, Miller's Falls, Mais. T.vtiia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pouhd is famous for restoring women to normal health and strength. When this is done wives no longer despair ol children. A woman should be- reluctant to submit to a surgical operation until shehassrivcii Lytlia r..l mK- liani's Vetfetiible Compound fair trial. If yon a case that needs special advice, write the Lvdiu Meilicmo Co. Mass. It free und always helpful. UbisMeek IntbeCit? Churches Britain Has Solved The Rubber Riddle Rubber, and Overshoe. Are Cheap a, Ever Today, While Other Necessities, Particularly Shoea, Have Nearly Doubled In Price. Rubber has been one of the insistent and 1 A USEFUL MAP There has just heen issued by the Department ot the Interior a new ed- ition of the "Land and Pre-emption" map which gives useful and interest- ing information, corrected to a re- cent date, with regard to the land situation and the pre-emption and purchased homestead areas through- jut the three western provinces. Figures in green show at a glance the number of quarter-sections in each township that are still available for homestead entry, also the area with- in which quarter sections may be pre-empted. Boundaries of Dominion Land Agencies, and the location of Forestry' and Indian reserves are also clearly shown. All townships which have been surveyed are set out in a distinctive buff coloring. Copies of the publication may be procured free of charge upon appli- cation to the Railway Lands Branch o( the Department ol the Interior, Ot- tawa. David Armitage is the nominee of the Pembina Conservatives fnr the Alberta Legislature. SWEETGRASS GOES FOR PROHIBITION Sweelgrass gave a roajorily of for prohibition in the Montana' 'dry election, accord- ing to word received from that point.'' H 'was thought that, the Sweetgrass poll would give a strong majority against tin: measure! At The Theatres At' big' production of "Everywoman" next Monday. Slake your reservations before it is too late. the Screen, Chap lin's latest, will be shown at the Em- press.and Orphenm both tonight. The Wall feature picture at the Empress. At tonight, win nifred Greenwood'iri a Iblg tea. lure. at S p.m.. Miasionary Society. Wednesday -it S p.m., adult bible class. Thursday S p.m.. i-hoir practice. St. at S 0 clocK, y. P S. C. E. meet. Wednesday, i tn li'o'clock, the ladies meet for Cross sewing at Mre. Hyssop's, Street North. Wednesday at H p.m., I prayer meeting. Sunday school teacn- eiVaml officers meet at close ot meet- ing Friday m 8 p.m.. choir practice. afternoon, ladies of the church sew" at the Red Cross Quarterly Communion service and re- Grace Hinschmnii played march. The ceremony was witnessed at 7. Queens bv about twenty friends and Tlmrs- Attor the wedding dinner the couple I left for Calgary and other points.. Upon I FINCH On Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .las. Peters. White Lake: I near Barons, Itev. G. U. Pyiins united in marriage their .eldest son, Morton. i their return tliey will reside at White Lake. London. Nov. dispatch 10 Reuters Telegraph company from Malta dated Thursday. November S. dealing with the sinking ot the Pe- ninsular anil Oriental line steamship Arabia, says: "Passengers on board the Arabia, Ihe home "of Mrs. W. L. 5th North. Each evening during ihe week at 7.45. song service and service by Evangelist Barton. St at Dor- cas Society meet in parish room. Tuesday at S, Sunday school teachers meet in SI. Augustin's parish hall. Thursday at 3, the ladles of the church sew at Red Cross rooms. Sat- urday at 2. senior classes of Sunday schnbl meet in church for instruction for examinations. Saturday at 2.SI1, Junior AV. A. St. at S.HO. Sun- day sciiool teachers' meeting. Wed- nesday at Junior SI. A. Wednes- "it S.M. Parochial association in parish hall. Thursday al. S, W. A. In parish hall. Friday intercessional sarvieu; S.30, CANADIANS REUNITED IN SWITZERLAND lai-k of it are growing daily more, serious. WM this is doubly important, because the clinwtt this welcome cheapness of rubbers. narine was not at first seen, hut the vake of the torpedo was discerned, iftar the ship was a sllh- narine periscope was seen 3iW yards istant. torpedo struck the bunkers wecom Save your Shoes and Serve the Empire two this (nnnilttvn wld ,er of Htitlsh and Can id to favYitzeriind where vho landed here say lhat the sub- day meet Girls' at S, choir practice. St. at 8 p.m.. Sunday school teachers meet in the I parish hall. Wednesday at S. intcr- cessional service. Thursday at a.m.. celebration of holy communion. At Lattsr Day at the ladies of the Relief Society lear the engine room. Coal blocked I church and study lear the engine room. a, he rent, and stemmed the inrush ol ologv vater, which nmloubtedly enabled ihe d Testimony. vaer. ateamer to remain afloat so long. The Scientist Wednesday at p. remain alloal so long, me i terrific. The vessel swirled u-ound uiitler the force ot Ihe mi- jact Some of the passengers insist hat the submarine had approached to ivithiu 50 yards of the Arabia before t discharged Ihe torpedo. "Two engineers are missing, and t is supposed they perished at their 30Sts of duty." Win. Gibbs, son of the late W. II. Gillbs. ot Oshawa, died in Toronto. St. Giles' Church. Hamilton, will oall Rev. W. A. Mcliroy of Ottawa, at a year Pentecostal al. p.m., prayer and the woi'd. Thursday at S n 111., special waiting upon Goci for the Baptism at the Holy Ghost. OVER THE WEEK END NEWS A jitney dashed into the Fraser riv- er at Vancouver. Nine lives were lost. i J W UeParrls may be the attorney general in the new E. C. government. 1 The jury disagreed in the Gosden case at Victoria. Gosden was charg- ed with perjury. Macdonald paid quiet. ill It is claimed that 1-lc had said-II. A. Im money to keep n olumbian _______________ 'Robert Turn f onlj soi ol I G v wss.rr England his. seemed the I ngiisn uu i Joiirml sajs that -H S- llle corgo -Open Trails llld Jinev C.nnrk of DentscMan I E te deal1 Sunlight Soap has dard ol purity which is backed by a guarantee. If a soap has "no standard there is no reason why it should a ways be .of uniform quality, always contain the best materials or be anything like as good as the soap with a standard. li'-i ri SQAP Scents Soap ;