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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ,'f >4 . CLARKE & CO. it* ItV'i ' . Th� Ladies' Store hone 453 Acadia* Bloclt W. Sell fffi .Ca* 'A,*atl goods during the season for which they. were bought, counts stron8ly/4n�yquratjlbig re^uotiotist giving you the advantage of splendid savings;  -------'� 5" ------- ' '-' ' -*-" haVei ever'  ypur'furs NO OLD OR SHOP-WORN GOODS, NO HIGH PRICES TO GET FOBMER SEASON'S COSTS. ALL BOUGHT AT .THE LOWE8T POSSIBLE FIGURE, AND BEST QUALITIES' OBTAINABLE 'jN* THIS COUNTRY. tire'stock ol: furs >atjlbig refluotiofis,. giving you the advantage ot splendid s; this season allnthenevv3lpbs.fcre> away below what similar qualities" '/'�[ iver'sold "�f6h'"(lu'nng'-9U�->ekn|6riencer so you profit twice over if you buy irs at .this,storo . '-. i>K GREAT VALUES IN MINK FURS .Siberian Cat Set....... .$40.00 Newest'barrel muff and. small tie with loop in newest: effect. Leopard Set ........... $35.00 Large pillow muff, small round scarf, beautiful quality; very', smart. Iceland Fox Set......... $25.00 bong soft fur, large muff and one skin animal scarf. Cleans (beautifully. Electric, Seal. Set ...... $60.00 'Large pillow muff and long scarf. Skins reversed to give stripe.effect. Pointed Fox Set ____... $00.00 ^Large Rug .Muff and large animal scarf, with two skins; all best quality. Black Fox Set......... $45.00 JJarge oihow muff and two skin animal scarf that drapes over shoulders. Fully one-third lower in price, than first qualities have been sold for during the past five years. Children's White Fiirs in Very Smart Styles Angara, Xirnp*'-. Wool,Thibet, etc., in very handsome and some very elaborate styles. Priced at | $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 and lip to $8.50. A Rare Selection of J Finest,Jewelry for~~ Christmas SOFT, CURLY, WAVY HAIR NOW EASY TO HAVE On|y the best Is good enough tp givej only artrcles 'that (however / simple tRey1 may be)'meet the highest requirements of quality and good taste.,, Such gifts you will find'here. .' ' v '" �' setotion of Jewelry for Ghr^^: I i is! indeed � a' hard one to sur- 1 .mas pass..- Everything that you may care to choose is inc|uded iri our /stocks.. An almost limitless array of Diamonds, Pearls, Brooches, Charms, Lockets, Silverware, etc.; all priced wmy fairly. Armstrong & Raworth Jewelers and Leading Opticians, Fifth Street Bf C. Ministers' l. Are Accused Vancouver, � Nov. 15.-Art accusation; that the "attorney-general, the Stpvincial ,nitoister of flh'ance. the spector of 'fafetjartompanies, and the late W, It:-Arnold, agreed together illegally to concqaf jfrom the public and the depositors of the Dominion Trust the fact � t that ,, the. 1 Dominion Trust Company had no power to accept deposits," is eJntaHh"e'd"'in a" sensational defence which the Railway Passengers' Assuratjrce^Obmpany ; has filed in IKej^upremg c|>u|t;f1jiiB (Woman's Realm) ; Beautiful, fluffy, natural-l-ooking .curls, or waves, without the use of the ruinous curling iron, are now 'possible for every woman. Yes,.' not only possible, but very easily acquired over night, and with ibeneflt to the life and health of the Irfitr; It is only necessary to apply a Hide liquid sllmerine before retiring, using a clean tooth brush for the purpose, drawing this down the full length of the tresses from root to tip. In the morning the hair will have a most delightful curlihess and lustre, with out the least suggestion of grease or stickiness, and will be quite control!: able, no matter how the hair,is done up.  As liquid sllmerine is procurable at any drug store and as a few ounces of it will last for months, no woman need put up with that flat lank, dank appearance of the hair which' gives such an unwholesome look of plain-: ness to most faces.-Advertisement: noon, in the suit which the attorney-general has entered to compel, pay-, ment of the $200,000 bond filed in July, 1914, to guarantee the Dominion Trust against default. The state-, ment of defence fills 30 pages-of type-' written matter, and is the production of W. S. Deacon, solicitor-' for tie Railway Passengers' Assurance' Com-, Pany. ASK THAT � -5 t* Slrry Ytm ft* Shutiari NO ALUM Made in Canada / Calgary, Atta., Nov. 16.-r^The ^central provincial committee,, appointed by Premier Sifton, following .die 're-commendations of the conference recently held , in Ottawa,' relative to the various problems involved,in takr Ing care of and finding employment, for .returned Canadian soldiers, held a "get-acquainted" meeting' 'yesterday at the city haSl. '�'.�' .lion. C. W. Fisher of Cochrane, speaker of the House, chairman'of the commission, � presided, and- all.-'-the meni'bers-^-toayor Costello of Calgary1, Mayor Henry of 'Etjmontoii,' President .Tames Speakman of the U.P.A., _ and Mr. Alex. Ross br Calgary, wore'ijre-sent. Mr. Howai'd'Stiichbury of Ed-lnbntou is the official secretary. lAfter a general -discussion of the situation and a consideration of the suggestions made at the .Ottawa conference, the commission, decided., .to, invite the mayors of all,cities,itoyiis and villages in the province to co-oPr, .erate  by apppintlng local. reception committees, whose business- it will be �pq secure all particulars and data relative to returned soldiere in their districts, and, as far as .possible,, to provide: for nien who originated from ttjbse districts. ^Another important, resolution to it'^e; .effect that for all vadaiicieV i occurring in the Dominion,, provincial aa4 municipal civil service) .'.returned soldiers should bo considered ve the1 preference. The Drimin'ion'and prys, per box......$2.19 No. 1 >Spitze,nber8's, per box $2.15 No. 1 Winesaps, per box .. .$2.15 No. 1 Home Beauty per box $2.09 No. 1 Cox Orange, per box $2.09 No. 1 Macintosh Kcds, box $2.35 No. 2 Jonathans. Wagners and Grimes' Golden, per box $1.85 SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY MEN'S BOX CALF BAL BOOTS made on a very ; smart, last, All sizes. Regular ;$5.00. Wednesday special ...... $4.00 , There will be a meeting of the session and managers of Knox church tonight -. at eight o'clock, instead oi Thursdav night as announced, yester- da^\';;:V . '.' ' The Daughters and Maids of England sewing class will meet at the home of Mrs. E. J. H. Faunch, 813 '8th avenue south, on Wednesday -at 2.30." . ' t * *. The.-pnmarried members of the I.O. IJ^E. /are asked to make scrap-books tonight at �. o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. T. Brymner. The Willatd W. C. T. U. Avill meet on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of.' Mrs. Dunsworth, Gil Ninth,street south. Ladies* Winter Coats .in Chinchilla Blanket Cloths and Suedes in a big range to select from. Colors navy, "brown I and green. Values up to $33.00 � 4 A ft A Wednesday special ........... evefting at. S o'clock in the Masonic hull,ijtn the interests:of the Travellers' .Aid. Itt was announced that the marriage of Maurice "B6nham Carter and Miss Violet Asquith, daughter of the British 'Prime Minister, will occur on November 30.., ),, : - :: . ..�....... �--. The marriage took place in Hamilton on Nov. 9', pf Miss Francis B. Sco#k^aught�r vxif = ;Mti. antK1. MfsV�'Jy J. ^CBtt, of Hiniiftbn',' to Hbpe Gibson; ;sbn of Sir John and Lady Gib- soifVf ............. �-�- 'W * " � (i)^at interest is being taken in the daqc^ that theVBastern Star Lodge arej'jjrivirig tonight '.ih the^s Masonic halJCjin the interests' of the Red Croife. The presence'of a number of theVJBattery boys will give a military airj^at is so pleasin'g these days. The Active Service Gift Bureau lias solved the problem of what to send to the Soldier Boys. Bureau on 1st floor. A $250 "Donalda" Piano to be given away free. A numbered ticket given with every cash purchase of 81.00 or over. e-> mmmtm t-Bw EMPRESC TONIGHT 0 m CHARLES CHAPLIN "Getting Acquainted!' a .howling �cream from start to finish. A MAN FOR ALL OF THAT Two reel special; tures including a other good, pic> "Political Filed' DOCTORS DID NOT HELP HER 4' B Lydia E. PinklWt Veg. ble Compound Restored fitn. Bradley's Health-tier Own Statement 1 *L �STJ Winnipeg, Canada, - " Eleven years "agt>:.I went to the Victoria Hospital, 'Montreal, sufferingwith a growth. The doctors said it was a tumor and could : not be removed as it would cause instant depfii. They found that my organs were affMted, and said I could not live more thiuy six months in the condition I was in. : I'Atter I came home I saw your advertisement in the paper, and commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cttnpowid. I took it constantly for two :yeais, and still take it at times, and both my husband and myself claim that it %ris die means of saving my life. I highly recommend it to suffering WwraeB."-Mrs. Orilla Bradley, 284 JiopsoB Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can. '; jphy Will women take chances or drag ou3t1|lsiekly,half-heartedexistenee,mi8i-ing-'three-fourths of the joy of living, wjgeji they can, fini} health in Lydia E. PifUtham's Vegeta-bi^jpompound ? . ~0r thirty years it hax>been the stan-dara remedy for female ills, and has re-the health ef ' thousands of women i whQ'have been trou- bisjwith such ail- --------- amta as displacements, inftai_____, Ul|t|�Uon, tumors, irrcgularitks, etc [M.jou wantupccial advice Mrff* toXydia B. Pinkbain Med-Idtte Co. (conndential) Lynn, >9Uiw. Vonr letter will be oneaed, ielid and answered by a womMt :m^t iield In fltr|et eonfldenee. ,tion, the Alexander Gait Chapter, 1.0: D.E., have sent money to the Tobacco � Fund of the Weekly Dispatch of London, Eng., who buy Canadian tobacco for Canadian men. The Alberta inen in the trenches will receive $100 worth of smokes, while $79 will be spent for the navy.. Tins money was raised by the .'.Chapter at the garden feteiheld in the.B.N.W.M.P. barracks. * �  �  The Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O. P;. E.~ ar,e endeavoring :to reach every man1 who enlisted-in Lethbridge and is now overseas. Will the relatives and friends of the men, except those of the 20th Battery, 31st Battalion and Headquarters' staff of the Seventh Brigade, who have addresses, kindly>"give them or .drop a card- to Mrs.^ Prank Co.lpman, 804 Fourth avenue- south, before -Fridav of this week ? The Daughters, and; >la|ds ot England are very pleased with the result of their, whist drive, the net proceeds of which', went to i buy tobacco for Lethbridge boys at the front. Thirteen-, dollars was. cleared and two par-celyfof 'tobacco; cigarettes and gum were sent off. on Nov. 5th. The members'are-holding-another whist drive on Wednesday, Nov. 24th, the proceeds to be given to the Patriotic Fund. lt: is hoped that there will be a large crowd in attendance. � .* * The Young Men's Class oi Wesley church are giving a social tins evening in-Wesley hall to the Prothcon (Young. Ladies) class, and all other young people and their friends. The 'evening's, entertainment -will take- the form of a pie social, and as the name implies, there will he a profusion of pies,, (both, edible and .otherwise). The boys-' have arranged a good program, as. is evidenced by the following talent which1' will take part: � Misses Way, Dawson and Cpbbledick, and Messrs.�Coombs, gann, Harvey, Pat-ersohy Chandler and Toombs. There ,\vill also be a number of popular games arid1 stunts,--and'then-refreshments, the main article on the menu being pie. Cpme and enjoy yourself and bring your friends. � * * All the way from California to Washington went three girls and their chaperon bearing with them the precious yellow, ..metal in its raw state which:the wtiirien of the Pacific. Coast' state nave'sent' to the National Capital, with the suggestion happily accepted, that the gold be used in making the wedding' ring for Mrs. Qal$, the briae-^be. of President Wil-spni- Mrif. Gaillardj. Stoncy is diaper-on io- the thieePgfrls, Miss Dorothy Starr, Miss Altha McQuecney and Miss Esther Bull. Altha McQueeney, the youngest member, nvon'the, trip east'because her invitation to President Wilson was tlie best composed one submitted by the,girls of the grammar school-grades'in ^ier city. HAMILTON-A1NSLIE The marriage of Helen'jMary, 'the; second daughter of Dr. ?-.and Mrs. Ainslie to Mr. W. Gerald Hamilton, of Carmangay, Alberta, occurred' in the North Shore-�'Congregational: church, in-Chicago, Til:,-on Wednes-. day evening, October 27th, at 8.30 p.m., the ccremonv being performed, by the bride's father. A large number, of the church members and friends filled the auditorium, which wasde-; corated with palms and' American-beauty roses. . � c The bridal party,: consisted of JMr.,: J. Elliot Ainslie, who acted as best man, and Miss Alice Ainslie,'the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids, Miss Katharine True, Miss Hay Walker, Miss Margaret Kcnwick, and Miss Margaret Portman. ' The ushers were Messrs. Harry; Kipfer, Clifford Ellis, Guernsey Or-cutt and Williard McNitt, all of Clin cago. ��:'.:.' Receding the ceremony, Mrs. Irene- >Belden Zaring, the church organist, played a program of appropriate urn i sic, and Mrs. Geo. A. McGaw. suug; �!'A Pcriect Day." u j -.The bridesmaids wore white, tulle ! 'gowns over white satin and carried ; American beauty loses, MibS Muv wearing a red bodice, and; carrj liiV, i red and white roses. The brideore. white satin, trimmed with duchess'j �lace, with court train; and veil heliL j with orange blossoms and carried a i 'shower boquet of white ., roses viand | lilies of the valley. ' Following the cerqmony,�, ah inlor-*! mal reception was held in the church-� parlors, after which the bridal pirtv i went to the home of.the bride's par  ents where light refreshments wet* 'served. ' ' t1' x Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton let( ' -on ' Thursday for a trip to IthacaBjand JJew York City, returning to Colling-. wood, Ontario, Mr. Hamilton's fam'-{jj ,iiy home, thence to Chicago, vands af tc'r a day or two will leave for their \ new home in Carmangay, where they Will hope to welcome many of'^heir eastern friends as they may journcx i westward.-Carmangay Sun.;'v;.j� �j Mrs. Hamilton has many friends in ! this city, having visited her^sjster,j Mrs. Donnan, on several ow'asiosi. .The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table of tlu* Tea Table, audi in thousands of homes,vat tint: Dinner-Table, too, is BLUE RIBBON And why? ^ � Because Blue ltibhoii Tea erfect protection against-, ihe enemies of good tea*--duffe'aiKl moisture. : A "irriftney-back; guarantee goes with each )>acket. I Ask your Grocer- L�v�5m3H(rSt<*-��... 99 ;