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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, XOVEMHRK 15. 1917 THE LETHBnmOR DMLT W.RAI Suit Sale MIL Any suit In the slore, Includ Ing all, Iho very .best moJcls o the season In sorgea. pop Ins worEleds olid chcvloln. Colori navy, brown, grey, green, bur- gundy and black. Slies 16 to 46. j v living The women ot Iho Dipt 1st churcli Tlie C. of K P. ana E. aro gl> Ing i no c roomB ftl. a dance on Friday evening. J The.W. C. T. U. meet lor sawing, to u visiting Mrs lhe Red Cross rooms tomorrow alar- n. lirfl K inn Tios.'clendennlng, tlbow 1-ark, Cal- -SSngrS: A general meeting of Women's Civic Club win be. hold. Saturday af- ternoon at In Mrs T Fox will receive at her Uome'llZO 5lb S.. Friday aller nooo .November 16lh from 4 to 6 as Tho G. W. are The G assoc log a wMst drive- auJ dance n the Veterans', hall on Friday, Nov. 16th. 5LALCU S. J. Shepherd and Mra. J. an.. U which was to bo held ol Mrs. Wasbb Nlcol. The lantern enleralnmcnt In ill aafiawSSSSSWaS The pictures BTQ very beautiful an U owlaff to a conlUcllng meeting Iho I LI p in iiostDono Inuell- TIlB PlClure.3 oru will be luterestlnE to both ol TV, rsa r "Do You Practise What You CJWEDO "practice what we preach" and you may safely lake face value oh any subject or slalement contained in our advertisements. to its JieVrd of October. 10.C, .he vvas A concert will be beld In connection I The ladles' l aid of St. Patrick's very successful card lhe Ziru 01 ucioun. Hys, 3Uaded to move to a cogent of the al Relluvuc. Here the -aas al, i A concert will be beld In connect o card wllh llardlevllle ladles' a t'nm grounds, to sho asked Ihe archbishop lo send he.r fan. t hav jLttCh--12.40 to somewhere else and she was again neaioj u _JJ....._ 4. sent to Smllhs Fills _ required in; the tea pot' .four or five spoonfuls of ordinary required tea are mt to Smiths is. She had plenly ot trouble Ihere over lnaleu a o ave ]UDchcon, 1 lo 2; aartress to th 15 to 3.00; Iroiii Wesley bal Make Your Home Cosy for Xmas. Our large stock of carpets, lin- oleums, window shades, curtains and draperies makci the problem ol a COSY HOME easy and our pricts are within the reach of all. WILTON CARPETS. Witt a beautiful bolt deep pile. Ihnt rich appearance thai one so desires. Hanging an Aft in price from J22.00 lo OU.UW BRUSSELS CARPETS. tn all sizes. And wo give you a large range off.coloTlngs and de signs lo select from. At Mn prices from to... HI.JU PRINTED LINOLEUM Best Scotch mike. "A line lhal will give you tbe'mailmunl of sat- horil or conventional designs. 1 Qrt yard SCOTCH INLAJO LINOLEUM In lllo and convenllonal designs. The floor'covering thai withstands hard wear. Per lineal o Special Plunis from' Our Dry, Goods Department for Friday' llie fact lhat she In lhe matle. gTven anything to do. this time the had been a. very good frleud of A'rchbishop Spratl's and wrote lo him CitlKnS.-2.lrt IO J.UU; iroill uu ouble Ihere over lo veterans''Club.'3.QQ la 3.15; Vete is dlscrimlniled an4 ilifnce to tr.iiu, 3.15 I :r ot not being 1M_ LY; lor'a dlspensition of her vows because of her unhappl- neas In the House ol Providence: at Kingston. The archbishop refused and advised her to go lo gmllhs Falls. She lold him that she did 'not want lo go then as she was afraid she would be. discriminated aEA'nnu'mber of letlcrs .which lhe plalnllff had .wrltlcu Archbishop Ladies' Coats and Snhs. Each day's express brings a shipment from fashion centres. Th: ntw fashions are eMmpIilicd in Ihese models lo a very marked dtgrce. and Itt us remind you, jusl for a moment, that U matters not how fashionable a oormenl Is, or how desirable, It carries a moderately marked ticket, wi.lh Ihs senst of economy are all experiencing at present. We have suits and coats of evtry slble material and lhe iri tiich aa to please-any and every 100 ONLY, WHITE BED SPREADS JIaile from American cro- chet cotton in conventional designs. Splendid lo wear and free .from C17CA sizing of any kind. 1 CO Prices. 3T6 ITOm >lii.bU U Friday's price, each y DAINTY STAMPED CORSET COVERS. On fine Egyptian mull. These make lovely'Xmas gifts when fin- ished. .Friday's price Iflr iuu 100 PAIRS, TERRY TOWELS In natural color wlpi red s'tripes._ A'splendid'buy. .Cft- Per V 300 WOOL. GABERDINE 54'Inches In black, .dark Wine, myrtle or seal.. :.l, 7C Friday's price, yard LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE wllh double -spliced soles. Sizes to 10. ll'ftfk Friday's price, 3 pairs tor f.VU Children's Coati in tweeds, velvets and chlncbilla- Slies from infants lo misses of 14 rears 5450 1C QA. SILK; AND VOILE -I WAISTS Trimming'ol guipure and laco and vltli-; large TollaTS..-Values up to. SPECIAL- .LINE OF. SIZES 'IN CORSETS. rtoyal! Worcester' and D. t A. muk'cs.'s'allii.trimmed Bnd.wllh six supporters. Values to 55.00. n. OQ i New York, Nov. sales on the. New York, stock market will be lu'rLhVr rcslrlctcd commencing loday by lhe Iflleat ruling ot lhe board (of governors requiring n" traders to sup STORE CLOSES SAO P.M. handlers, day. VArbllratloh matters to a deadlock-Monday {ol.l6Yr.liig a .fcuufed nuestipn Mconntof kjScllons man staling lhe condition, of affairs, and pending a reply the board was In- active. If llie C. l'.-n. does not ap- point anblher member ol lhe board s within five days lhe minister ot labor will do so ana.proceed farther. gumlllula _ nau i Dly each day before noon a aelailed Sprslt In 1914 nnd 191B while she was eycrj. transaciion handled at Smiths Falls were read. [he oreccdlllg session. The, during lhe preceding session. new rullnB has especial reference lo at omiLns rnno irv.w ot lhe lellcra she said lhat she wa ow a desperate slale of mind and desired nber, for their own ac- to In one she sad she wanted lo go out Into the worm _in Undljr (ho measure aim March, 1015, she came to SL Marys- short selling, adopted _. _ _.-------- lf bjokers are required lo rerJort the names'of. short sellers I L nf- 'll.-TlecausB of ruling of Iho, minlsler of labor b, A James the Canadian Pacific Ilailnaj reorcsenlallTe of lhe board, ot arbi- raPUon called between Iho C. P. R. On-TheLako Orphanage where nlleges she was assaulted n.u which she was abducted on. bepieni. through the medium of-slocks ber 14, 1916. She had no_dullea al Oie that Body-Bullding i Power of on dm- l .This procedure, It was held; neces- sitated no borrowing of stock. :9f rule now rlemands Ibal lhe name Br-Dujr Victory Uheiv I In feeding cuperirnenW on Human Beings carried out by a well-known independent British Physiologijt. When Bovril was added to the diet an increase ieih, bone, and .muscle 10 to ao times i e- 1 Y. x- 4 o( 4 II- 4 >n 4 ber ii, Ibor'rowed tor them. orphanage and had no slatus or recog- not _ ....._ ..._ nlllon. sold and covered their com- Aiked -what she meant by recognit- mllilentB Defore the close otibuslness Ion, she replied lhal she was given no work lo do. PUlntlfl Kingston, _. inew ruic conllnned hearteg In caie of Sli- f ,horl repprleil ler Mary Basil vs. ol al, completed ber evl- dence allcglns lhat most reprehensible hard condlllons eilsled In lhe .orphanage of SL ttary'sOn-Tbe-Uke In which she was a and from which ihD was forcibly reaoteiI M- lowlnE ber cooplalnla lo lhe molher IrmeHl and lo Iho archbishop, follow: which ahe staled that sbe Mnt tavor cd lhat alter he had Inlervtned.In lhe aMuctlon of SUler Mary Ba.IV the Bollse officer who taking her 10 Montreal had 'consented LETHBHIDCE. people will marvel at ths clerk's recbvery..UI5 stomach was bad he could'eat very little. IT. Canada's Yictory ]onds him INSTANTLY. Because 'Adler-lka C-nDlle's BOTH large and small Inles- 1 line It relieves ANY. CASK consllna- lion, eour slornacli or gas nnd prevents It has QUICKEST net on ot anything. we ever solJ.-J- D. lllg- mbolhra rtCo.r I.U., dnigglsls.-AU. ,THE MAJOR JACK ROSS CIlAPTiR, I. 0. D. E. v ARE HOLDING fore1' sure .tei'ng nourished if you f No- prtct rlflce his, future" In till" "witness lli.t Bliter Mary Ba.ll for m.ny rear, inn knew her lo be goon sis ler of charily and thoroughly reMon.ble. refused lo give obedience ralner her relnlloru with been In Counsel for the p'.Untlfi evidence Sister. M.rf under by it, superior general cltrcd Sister inowed The hewttt WM 24 Fancy Work Stalli, Cantly Table, Orefsed etc., Ucky ipping Tub StaiP, :Tea will beiemdK yy subscribe ior' Canada's Victory Bonds? BECAUSE safety- is- at stake, and Canada support Frances ThislBank will accept Victory Bondsifo the amouiit" b( from ;iny one person for saf e- oire year' without Loahsiwtll be made to wage favourable terms for purchase of Victory Bonds How much Will this enable jwi to wbscribe for? THfe CANADIAN BANKr OF ;