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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta N.OYEMBER 15, THE JLEM'HBRIDGj: A 1 L riiSRALB PAGE FIVE The Ladies' Store Phone 433 Block We Sell for Cash _____. CO, Prices Tomorrow and Every 9ther Day ThU Week in-face of sharp 'advances, prices here announced are lowei1' any previous seasons, made possible by at old prices and our ingnesa to give'you the'advantage attached thereto. CASHMERE HOSE ,FOR over 60c, pure sizes sw .to; ao heels and CASHMERE..HOSE. FPR Werth new Me. Lovely floe quality, to 10 Ins.. aolf of natural excellent rallies. and.: little 'better value old pricea, VIYELLA UNION SUITS Absolutely Unjhrlnkable Beautiful soft far- meuts, light and' very fine; splendidly proportlwud, per- fect fitting. WATSON'S UNION IK. SUITS.......... 51.10 Selling it the Old frlcu Flue and soft, guaranteed not to shrink; sizes 38 and 40. Sell at and .renpect- COAT SALE Worth up'to A collection of some twenty odd styles still fast. SUIT SALE: All Hnet worth up to, This Includes our jintire stock ot best suits -without re- serve. to Handsome n e Christ- styles just to" hand' by .ex- press In Voiles .with low: or close buttoning collar and Tub and CJrepe Chines in black and whilo stripe. TRIMMED HATS TJioleu of our entire worth up to 510.00. UNDERSKIRT SALE Worth up to Silks, Satins and Silk Mor- een's in a good variety of styles and colors. A Rare Selection of Finest Jewelry for Christmas Only the best is good enough, only articles that (however simple they may be) meet the highest requirements of quality and good taste. Such gifts you will find here. Our selection of Jewelry for Christ- mas is 'indeed a hard one to sfii'- pass. Everything that you mav care to choose is included in our, stocks.. An almost limitless arrajr of Diamonds, Brooches, Charms, Silverware, etc., all priced fairly. he was sent to Australia as a sentative or the Independent Ord- Foresters. In 1008 he returned nada, and located in Winnipeg, and- Uept out of politics .until ho was brought into Che Manitoba govern- ment in 1913 to succeed the late Colin Campbell as Minister of Puililic Works. He was defeated in the recent general elections In Manitoba. He was one of the defendants in the conspiracy charges in connection with the con- struction of the Parliament -build-. Ings at Winnipeg, tind had only re- cently been committed for trial.' One of his sons is an officer in the over- seas forces. Montague lias been in poor i health for some time, and the devel- opments in Manitoba affected'' IiU spirits eo greatly that he could Tiot Dinbat his constitutional weaknesses Inch had been health. PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. Oco; Watt, ot Mont- real, ale visitors in.tho city. Miss'Hall oi Kott U a house guest with Mrs. J. B. Murray, Sixtli avenus. The wedding Maty and Mr. David wttl'.Mw pltae tomorrow. .s.t- manlf. 1 Current iwHon oi the, Mathesin elub will meet' 'totoorrow afternoon at three o'clock at thevhoine of Mrs. Alex. Smith, 536 Eighth street. will be an important meeting of the W. 0. T. U.: tomorrow even- ine at 8 o'clock at Hie home of the president, Mrs. Kaake, Sixth Ave. All members are urged to be present. W' The Epwortlv League is meeting to- night in Wesley Hall, when five min- ute discussions on topics of the day will be given, also' a short debate, horse and carriage Ford car for gen- Resolved that are better. '.than eral use." Tjie ladies' oi the Orange lodge will be entertained toiriorrow afternoon at the. home, oi. Mrs. -Wendry, 1315 Fifth lie. given to the Patriotic Fund. The Women's Auxiliary oi St. Cy- prian's church is being congratulated upon the success ot their sale on Sat- urday afternoon, when in the neigh- borhood oi was cleared. Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Mcech-and 'Mrs. Long pre- sided over the fancy work booth MfsV: Hagell, Mrs. Wellington and Mrs. Hay were in charge of the pan- try table A table oi 'plain sewing was looked after 'by Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Petts. Small tea tables crowded all afternoon and Mes- This handsome showing of Hudsons' Bay Furs will be continued for ONE WEEK MORE owing to the first week being such a huge success the Manufacturer has kindly con- sented to us holding them for another week. Come in and view this beautiful display. HUDSONS' BAY Co. daines Sampson, Tuffs Cull aid were kept busi attending District Court Cases to STORES OF HEAVY SHELLS PILED UP BY FRENCH FOB THE GREAT OFFENSIVE everyone's needs. The birthdaj breakUit -it smith's hoarding hou'e, 1101 Stcond Vu S vsterdaj morning a able affair Besides Rev n Ross there'TVere'seven-rnen, two of whom represented the Anglicans. A very sumptuous meal was provided it the close of which an address ot congra- tulation and -affectionate esteem was read bv one of the company and was followed by the -of a dressiUt; case In addition to this 'event there has been quite a shower of gifts and Lmdh messages from District Court will open .tomorrow. morning Jackson presiding The follow ing Las s aie down foi hearing Uarne Debt vs blithe) D H Elton for plaintiff, S hall lor defend (or plaintiff, S Ball for deiendant Snord vs Donaldson, W S Ball lor plaintiff, Johnstons Ritchie for the pabtor al the morning seruce I defcndint fcaurliuek vs !l Ostlund for plaintiff J R Pal- mer for defendant. .-Cream Separator Oo Werts, A. Ritchie 101 plaintiff Shepherd, Duniop Uice for defendant Empir, Cream Separator Co vs tterts et al Johnstone A. Ritchie lor glain- memlers of the Baptist congregation These weie acknowledged by People's Forum "HONOR TO WHOM HOJJOR 18 DUE" To ilia Editor of tho Herald question is sometimes raised why our. Dr. Warnoek, is not'spendlng more time in his constit- uency, a nUEBtion asked either out of malice or ignorance; allow rae ,to say thai as lie cannot bo in two places at he'Is where every man ought to >Be al this xMrfs 6{ the Empire, Tin. as nair the Front as he canjget, and is Citing useful a-vet, srinaJy BMlfeon, skill no be-, kt second none In Do- minion, to Caiada ani the Empire, at Montteal, In eiaralnlns 'and fitting horsM from the for ef the Allies Manr thousands pass through Irrespective ot myriads of party pollUcs, as-we are nil cue colot now, that of the Union Jack; ure'Jironil of nhat our M P Is dolnx, as we are also oictud of the number iplriatn'wlio have enlisted front tMn dWrjct, .We riulgut also wlsh'tnat'iUr Tolm ledjre and experience In hors- flesh, in assisting Canada, tie Empire and the Allies at the -seine- 'work. woujd be .grand to gee them on the same jnh In the jsame -AVe-shouId proud constituency, and1 Ottawa would look alter bur needs i "Yours truly, P y Oowlev, Alta, ft? rijOM, FHOSI PAGE) figure in the'Sarnie eve'as a'Conser fatiVe caBalUite, 'more "especially in dare caresW a participant, either as appelamior de tendant In a number oi; election trials which made rabus rils opponent on these occa the present Judge Colter ol St mem- ber of theiihortatved Bowell MTnistrv In 1805 turned oftlSW, GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN JO IMPURITIES ,A little of Sunlight toil a' 'long partjcle is pure; there is harm the clothes or impede the rapid progrwi with. Every cake of Sun- light Soap carries A guarantee of purity. in Sunlight r> B Cat hird Duniop Hice ioi plaintiff B, 11 Elton Ioi deiendant A j 13 litre. Gait, fiancee of President ttil- intends to weai> on the wedding ls in dull aram H would be ronsidered almost trei s'bhatjie for a Canadian woman to ue bujlng clothes, this year that would bear minute description But women can't help lilum? to read about pret- ty clothes even l' the> may not liuj them or see them I here are nn state reasons wh} Mrs Gait can't a trousseau and none why we may not read of it line suit whifh t is understood SmairDebt Peters vs Keel, Conjhearc ls A, Davidson lor plaintiff, with a "chin-chin collar and 1J A Smitb for deiendant Tolton cufjs o! The top of the coat Lewis, Shepherd Duniop i. Rice ]s cut to flt flgure closely There for plaintiff defendant in person Bo f lg a fjare measuring four yards and a lanco is Varzare, H Qstiundi ao0ut the bottom of the coat plain! iH, Shepherd, Rice for, with a wile band oi beater defendant WhiduJngton vs Hull et coat uuttons straight down the al POipit He wag able to sell his place up there Jtiss Orr is taking care of the Charters store, while Mr. and Mrs. Charters are at the big-fair. Earl Jonea is building a barn on Ins farm, dO x 60 Jliss Prescott left on Saturday lor ind will go from there the first oi next month to England 'Jlurphy.and Barms ttr sold their threshing rig on Monday to Henrj Burnett and sons Two inches of inow this de- threshing again A good'third ol the gram is, to be Ihnrhed Vet. Shcrimn Holdrn returned with his mother from Ponoka Mr Lazerte, the school inspector from Bassano, spoke Tuesdas alter- noon on consolidation of the around here "Two will hold, meetings Sweet Valley school hoiise for a week, commencing Monday, Word comes Irom Calgary of the death of Mrs.. McPheraon on Thurs- daj Burial took place at Nanton 'She leaves a husband and two chil- dren and a sister here, and Wijj men is A S dance w ill lie litld ill h on NrtV PI to mciicj lot the DiHHotic Iitaas. Photo shors the supplj ammunition laid up M the French while making for the gigantic offensive move- ment begun-recently Picture was taken near a hidden batters ing resigned the superlatendenoy on account of the iliness of his wiie.'-Mr. N J Noble has been appointed teacher of the Bible class. The nednc-Jay-E-.euing praver meet- ing will be held at the manse during ihe winter months said that the call was made at the request of the British government, whose available troops are now so fully occupied that n could not be expected to provide men for paign? the world o'er_____________ with ol ohifleii 11 a shade at brown set ia at ioterrals akcve the hem. To this model also there is t illa-oh over jacket embroidtrei with threads of eilrer and cold. The'blouses ordered, for Mr. Gait's trousseau an largely models and are designed-lor dressy afternoon wear. F1LMER-ENTWISTUE 11 he marriage took place on Satui- rfay the home ol Mrs Charles Mc- Killbp, of Miss Elizabeth Middleton Enhustle and Mr Malcolm Pilmer The hridr, attired in white satin and 'veil, was assisted by Miss Nel- lie Clarke, while Mr B G Clarke suppfarlcd the groom Nov, J T Ferguson, superintendent oi Home Missions for the Presbyterian church in this district, was the guest ol Mr. Stcvinson at the manse Tuesday. Doctor Ferguson will return next, month, it is expected, to give his in- teresting on "Great Songs of the Warring Nations" with musical illustrations Miss Jlaude Buiban spent Wednes- day, and Thursday: in the guest ol Mr' si hool, Jias alsi) 1 leniemhunl. Mrs Tknoit 1ms a hio Pretoria, Union -of South Africa, Nov li, Ma Jan Christian Smutz, minister ol'defence, has beea given supreme command ot the military expedition against Gar naa Kast Atrisa. The Union oi South Africa lOTWajnent has decided to agahwt the German colons as manv as S5.000 men, if a tore? ol that size should be deemed necessari 4 great recruiting campaign is be- ing planned m the Union to raise vol- unteers for the overseas anries, as well as for operations-in Airica. Britain Asked It Cape Town, Nov. via The government recruiting committee has' called-for another-lu.OOO men tor service in German East Africa It is Hier fighting in tlw trenches in tranci., and the MISSES Buchan have no less than eight cousins m acfive service Mrs Stevenson hab recened belated news of a cousin who went with the first contingent He was m the now famous battle ot Lahghe- marcq, nnd writes that IIP had his hors> shot irom undvr him during the tcmffic engagement, but was able lo get another in a few minutes for twenty cenis as so uer.o r'Jr- ning arounu ndTless m the Prcsnytcnan church begin at JO 11 next Finda) morn and durina the winter1 months it has been drcidrd to hold the Sunda) school immediately following the inoiiiing sen ice in order to allow the Ipislor lo isle charge, ML. Hunt hav- Bigger Work Less Effort A man well fed can- ac- complish more with leas ef- fort than That's just rnon acnse. For the beat nourishment of body and brain thousands now-a-days use Grape-Nuts AND CREAM Made of wheat and maltad barley, Grape Nuts food sup- plies ail the rich nutriment of tht grains, includlnj vital mineral salts necessary for building vigorous bodies and active brains. A ration of Grape Nuts and cream, aleng with other food Insures complete .lourtsh ment. "There's a Reason" Made in Canada Canadian Posturn Cereal Co Ltd, Windsor, Ont b ;