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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 PAGE KLUVK.N * PBfttONAL  *  * *  6 * Charlie Burkltc. who has been HI with lnfluenia Is now quite recovered.  *  Messrs. If. Wood. A. Peters and J. �\V. Evans ot Mi�grat>i wern visitors In the city l�st week.    Many friends will regret to learn of tho death of Miss Adele Drlacoll who passed away at her home In St. Paul, Mini'.., from influonia. Mlta Drlacoll will ho remembered as haviug visited Mlas Nolllo Cunningham this summer. � * � Mr. W. J, Nelson Is confined to his home through Illness. I * *  i Mrs. HI. Scnwert of Cardston wa* lr. the city yesterday on ner wsy to Vancouver. * � � E. T. Baunders, formerly of Leth-brldge, has leased the Plncher Creek Echo and will go to California for tho winter. learn that ft. E. Bcattie, of Crun-brook has been 111 with Influenza.  *  Mr. It. T. Brymner is now able to get around again, though not. yet. fully recovered froru tho result of his accident which has confined him to his home for several weeks.   *    CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES >  4 , Members of tho Xext-of-Kin who L�ethbrldge friends will regret to j havo not sent, tho addresses in are rn- SATURDAY SPECIAL BARGAINS at SIMPSON'S a Prices quoted Lielow for Saturday's business will be found the lowest foi standard quality merchandise. In fact we are selling many lines at a lower price than the wholesale and factory prices prevailing today. Look Them Over Carefully 44-incl. Pure Wool Enffoh Strie, yard.....................$2.00 50-inck Frtttch Gabardines, per yard........................$3.00 42-inch Eatf** Poplin Dress Goods, yard.....................$1.50 27-inch Grey Slurtinf Flannel, yard..........................45c 28-mch Check and Stripe Ginghams, yard.....................25c Clinch Pore White Damask Tabtiuf, yard.....................$1.00 35-inch White Soft Nainsook, per yard........................25c 36-inch Very Fine White Nainsook, yard..................40c 18-inch Extra Heavy Crash Towellinf, per yard.............. ... 25c 40-inch Circular Pillow Cotton, heavy quality, per yard.............48c 72-inch Pure Irish linen Tabling, per yard.....................$1.85 36-inch Soft Fine Underwear Long Cloth ,yard..................35c 54-inch Pure Wool Winter Cloaking, per yard..................$3.75 Colors, brown, nary, grey, cardinal. 7-4 Pure Bleached Cotton Sheeting, per yard.....................50c 36-inch Fine Costume Velvets, at per yard....................$3.50 All Ladies'& Misses' Coats at Reduced Prices T $25.06 Coats $30.N Coats $35.06 Coats $46.06 Coats $45.66 Coats $56.66 Coats reduced to reduced to reduced to roduced to reduced to reduced to $10.75 $24 50 $28.75 $31.06 $35.00 $4600 GIRLS' COATS  to U rears In viator weights, all reduced In price to clear. NEAR SILK PETTICOATS $2,00 Fanoy eMU-h*). tucked and frilled, in black; also elude* of green, grey, navy and *% aa brown. A bargain at ...............! .). WEDDtNGS '> t * * ;�! . The Kronm : has lived in the district for iihonl nlni: I years.-Plncher Creek i->hn. ' > :! * "RESURGAM" ' *. : ? ? > ; : : : : : > : : : (Frances Hoatrd.c Taylor in London Kroe press i. Our (iod hnth taken mighty toll of tn. Hut not In death there I* no fallen spire, Xor shattered t.Uiis-i-i . riven maul or ppnr That shall not live again in perfect-ness- Wliero our spent. dr",im- linil broken idoI.H ore The vision nnd f'lliiiinent of derlre. There jk no death' Tiie -ea hath won her t-poll. ] I Tempest and fire and Bteel have lak 11 en their chare If till? were death, then all our le:.,t were dead Those soaring towers. inviVs unhidden toll. TIioho oarth-borii winKs, (hat brave the untrodden ,ilr, Mfted at last �hall he ami comforted. There Is no death' The anfieh Rather up. Itare wine, and -weet. of t'.io-io; iliis Hllnnt iilnde And ahlverlnR lunrp, hovine hardly wrouRht and well. Not unto dURt may turn: the pa�rhal cup ltritns wllh Infinite Klory these have made. Unlit unto temples indeKtructlhle Every Dollar Saved BuysMore Victory Bonds The Wearwell Hose LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE 'i'hif! Isi our F-pecinl. worth Sl.W.i i>air. CCk, Saturday, pair .......................... D�7C Limit 3 pair6 to customer. "LITTLE DARLING" OR "DAISY" All \vool pink, black, cream, sky-blue, pa sizes 7 to 8'2. Special, pair ............. D�7C "LITTLE DARLING" OR "DAISY" HOSE All wool in pink, black. .->ky. cream. CQ - Mzes I! to 7. Kpeelal. pair .......�*........ Ot/Q "LITTLE DARLING" OR "DAISY" HOSE All wool in pink, sky, while and bknek. A Q sizes \\~. to f,'.:. Pair ................... *t��C 10 DOZEN CHILDREN'S HOSE 1.00 vii rd for In black ribbed, ci/.es a'; to lo. I', pairs for ........................ Limit 6 palrn to customer. F HEALTH M AY ttFT TLU BAN Av� (iiven Thut'Power by the Provincial Hoard After Next Tuesday Kdliiuntoii. Nov. 15.-The inlui-itt r oil behalf of the health department and the public health off teen at Calgary and Kdmonton. lit noon today stales as follow*-. | eaten already reported Icafes ' reported ynHterday ss?:., which in 1 eluded tlui! cumo til u* one h�t an follows. j Dornnlee Duhainel L', K�rmto�h 50. (Jurill 1-'. Ilastinjis S3, May l^k-iCi, Klnciuan r., Raymond and din-tVlct 2'ul). Itoiiun and district M, Wolf, Creek Jieur Kdnon lu, ntaklnK In 't�lr-te�n now places 72t eases In all. From point, tout hud already re ported, the moil striking now .uses are a* follows Acadia Ml). M.Cuniroie uud \lcin ity li, U.mabla .., Dlnant 23, Kdmuu ton 192. lleailierbroy, near Camroae 13. Klrrieihuir __', Uuuiirldge and ill. trirt Lit, l.-cigiu-ed and dintrict 15, Medicine Hut New Norway I'lncher Creek r.l, Slnttler 1'.', VIWIiik 13, Vuicau mjn. Lifting the Ban. There in a marked difference a� tu the siskc we havo reacheil with refer eliC^ (O tighntiK lb" flu' iu the noil them part of the province, as compared with at leaf, the northern two- ��wAcir CAUSE INDIGESTION Crsats Gas, Seurnsas and Pain. How to Traat. Medical atutioritloa state that nearly ttiutt-ieutus of tho caaea of stomach trouble. iudl(estlon, sourness, burn-ine. K*s. bloating, nauaap, etc., ure due to an excess of hydrochloric add in the stomach and uot aa soma he lleve to u lack ot digestive Juices. The delicate stomach liolnf Is Irritated, ill-gestlou ii> delayed and food sottrs, causing the disagreeable symptoms which every stomach sufferer knows so well-Artificial digesteutx ura not needed in such cases und may do real harm. Try laying aside all digestive aids and instead get from any druggist a te-.v tuiices of nisurated Magnesia aud take a teasnoonful lu a quarter glass of water right after eating. This sweetens the stomach, prevents the formation of excess actd and there Is no sourness, ga� or pain. Dtauisted ?Iagneaia (in powder or tablet form- never liquid or milk) Is harmless to the stomach, inexpensive to* take and ta the moat efficient form of maguea In for stomach purposes. It is used by thousands of people who eujoy thai-.-meals with no more fear ot indlges-'�.-� �*, �K >rt Isemeyi; Specials from Otlr Shoe Dept. for Saturday MAIN FLOOR ladles' hiiibm last In four strap .illppers, sl/.o..... �ioc (Second Floori LADIES' OR MISSES' WHITE FLANNELETTE GOWNS With high neck, full lenRtli, all slr.es; also slipover Our regular $2.25. * Htk K.ich................................. lef �f KJmlf two to a customer. Second Floor) A DAINTY NEW SILK WAIST At a startling price, one, you can wash. Comes pink nnd white. I'luln and tucked front. o aq Special ................................ vasftf On this you csn save for Victory Bends. t 50 PAIRS FLANNELETTE SHEETS 11-4 sir.e. white or groy. Hpeclal, 4 1q pair....................................*f elaf 4 BOLTS OF ALL WOOL IMPERIAL NAVY SERGE 44 Inches, your choice of the four � UH bolts. Per yard ........................ leWaf Our regular ?2.2& and 12.60 yard and Its Old stock aud fast, NO DEALER* Take Care of the Kiddies CHILDREN'S SWEATERS In sizes 2(1 to 32. Value* from 14.75 to � An 16.60 for ............................. �*�09 . Colors grey, brown, gieen, fawn, cardinal with oontrastluc comDInarlotis. (Socond Kloor.) A Silk J hat you can Wash STRIPED HABUTAI SILK .'.i'> inch,�whlie Kroutid with dainty coinbliu iinns ot >t to " Inch stripes. Hose, purple nlni black, gold, Kreuu, block and white, yellow, hello and h!:icH. etc., etc. Specially Priced for Saturday at $1.79 ENGLISH FLANNELETTE In Mrlpes. while aud light grey. :;o in a2 incheK wide. Worth ^Sc. Hperliil, s�e� >ard .................................... �%>? Main Floor Bombs from the Men's Section BOYS' JERSEY SUITS Nsry only, sites 2rt aud 2s. Regular *. aa  13 oo. Special .................r....... leaf? MEN'S GREY WOOL SOCKS Medium weight. Regular 45c pair, j 00 MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR In two-pleo* garments, all sJies. Oarmeat ��  1.25 for.................... ............99C ^(rttffiudson's Bay (Jomnnmj ^ thirds of Die province Many reuuuais imne iu of a varied character from different points in the south. The provincial board, utter carefully consld-erniB the matter, thought they should, so far as their regulations are concerned, deul with this southern portion of the province, our .o leave full discretion in the different localities to the local hoards of health (o oxer- I clue all their powers. An order, there- I fore will go through allowing, unless | forbidden by the local hoard of health ! aio its own municipality, all rural j schools io commence work Monday . aionmifi next. The order will fur- j ther provide that all provincial ruaula j tioiu aa to this southern portion, sub-1 led again to the decision of the local board of health, ab to its own mtmiri j lialuv, will ho withdrawn Tuesduy i miliums next. The line is drawn by ! ibc. (uMiincial board troi i east to west j acrui-.f ihe province between town-ship* :'ii and All south ot thai line ' Is lieiiiK dual; wiih by the present ; order, it will he observed that even ' thai southern portion includes many i points where the tIn' is very siflive, j us i-i evidenced by the work of tin- : public health office, at Calgary ' Among such points will be found i Brooks, Majestic, Frank, Hillcrest and j other points, but us to all such and { other points the local boards will have j full power and discretion. Aguiti north of tho line ii will he 1 observed thut we are excluding dangerous points ut present such us Oyin. Chinook, Orumheller, Carbon. It is almost needless to add tbut local boards have wide poweii to placo restrictions, regardless or uny action of the provincial board. BELIEVE AGENT OF ENEMY 10 BLAME Perth Amboy, X. J, Nov, 15- Conviction that the explosion last month at the Gillespie shall loading plant ut Morgan, which cofl nearly too lives, was the work of an Meaiy agent was voiced at the state aanate Investigation bare by Hugh Leonard, superin- tendent After it debate among members of the investigating committee, E. A. Yates, general manager and vice-president ot the compauy, was permitted to testify that on the day of the ea- plosion there war* totwtra twenty-five and thirty million pound* ot T. N. T, nitrate of ammonia, loaded hells and tmokeltaa powder at thts, plant. Only IM.MO pounds at the T. N. T. went up In tie esplMlon. 9 The war hu |iven a new meaning to the word SAVE. GOING I ME IT II Everything worth while should be SAVED. ^ q HAIR is. decidedly worth. SAVING. It is a protection and an adornment, worth dollars to men/and to women it is PRICELESS. Sold everywhere- applications at the Better Barber Shops. Send 10 ccnta in stamps or coio (or giniprous mmpU �4 Herpioidc and iattroslMi bookltt. AiMraw Dtpl. 17M, The Hcrpicide Co., Detroit, U.S. A. 4. O. HIOJNBOTHAM 4 CO., tPICIAL AttfNT mumwiwtn GONEiii too use mnnaie ;