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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 18, 1910 .THE >'MT.Y TIF.fUT.W MADE IN Best; by Test L, ILAD.I s PHONE 1224- Ilesslo Holman ot Tuber, in spending the week-end with Miss JJor. othy Hiuhanltjon. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Wilson of Mar- Bhalltown, Iowa, arc In the city lor u few weeks. i The Art Needlework club will moot on Monday afternoon at the home of lira. Livingstone, north ot thn O.P.R. tracks. Ptc. William Crawford ot the 217th Battalion, Kcglna, Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. It. J. Crooks and Mr. Crooks, Cbnnaught Mansions. RYLANDS AFTER SUPPpTSALES THE CITY. Flannelette, yard lOc Children's Shoe. 200 yards whilo Hannolcttc on sale rrom 7 to 10 only. Limit 10 yards to a customer, Burettes, eucH 15c A good strong S-uar ette. Regulai valuo 25o each. On sale tonight at 150, Corsets This Is 4 spoclo.1 lino of the well know D. A. manufacture that we sell regular for ?1.2a. All sizes up to 2S, Bath Towels, pr. 25c Natural colored' Turliloh bath towels. Buy all you neeiliat tula price. They are great viUuos. ladies' Vests 29c Long sleeve, high neck TJnder Vests for women. Heavy weight cotton.. Sizes'.36-3S only, Overall Aprons Print overall aprons made from percale In light' and colors. Extra lvalue at this price. Knit C. Covers. 35c Pure '-white elastic ribbed corset 36-38 only. Aobther'fspecial value. Shoes for Ladies' 'button or lace Indian black leathers ot all kliids.' Size to 4V4-only. Why payjnore These are all hii'l! We are discontinuing this lino and vuu p'clipse and Hurlburt shoes iip to Sizes .6% to 10 onli-- Men's Cash. Socks 50c Now a low price sock, 1'ut a real good one. Made by St. Mar- garet Hosiery Co., England. Eciual to many 75c lines. Ladies'" Gas. Hose 59c Thie is our regular 75c line of St Margaret -Hosiery. Purd wool, black only.. On only. Tan Kid Gloves A limited quantity" ot Dent's fine glace kid gloves. Tan only, in all sizes for tonight only. Battenbnrg Eun. 69c 10 only bfand new Battenburg runners -Good size for buffet or sideboard. Worth Men's Comb's. .Heavy weight wool cqmblnn- tlons for men'. Tiger, brand. All sizes 36 to '42; Real good .values. Men's Shirts, ea.; 95c About 150 shirts on sale tonight. Made from tan. or navy drill; or light Oxford shirting. All (sizes. 'at- tached. New Suits and Coats for Tonight Vahies'Up to MIsH King, oi' Aloulroal, IK spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. A. (J. Cumliifr. Mrs. 10 N. Ujgin.JoUtain loft cm Thursday for Hdii.onton, where she will voslde iu future. -Mr. Higinboth- urn his wife in Calgary, where they nre suojidliig a few days at the Palllscr. The Elizabethan room at the Chi- nook club was tlio scene of several gay little lea parties yesterday after- noon, ten served by the Uaugli- tors of tliii Empire. Perns decorated the centres of the tables, arranged for two. four or six people. Mrs- J. A. Jackson was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Ball, .Mrs. Starnes, anil Mra. J. N. Kennedy in serving the refreshments. At Fleet wootl school yesterday af- ternoon the sirls of Grades S, 5 iand -1 and the boys of grade making about eighty-five'In all. were started jat knitting. An hour a week from i three t0 four on Fridays, has been !set aside In the grades moptioned for knitting socks for the soldiers at the front. The furnish the wool and the pupils turn in the socks to them. Groat credit is due the moth- ers of the district, twenty of whom came and assisted in teaching the 'pupils to knit Next Friday many of these mothers and some others have 1 to assist ao a yood system is being built up and great results are 'looked for. This co-operation on the part, of the mothers is greatly appre- ciated by Principal Brandow and his staff of teachers as well as by the pupils. Miss Beimington ably assist- ed by Mrs. (Dr.) Oalbraith ot the 1.0. D.lu, organized the work. The marriage took place at the Presbyterian manse, Cranbrook, on Wednesday, Nov. 1st, of Miss Ann Wil- son of that city to Mr. James David- son of Lethbridge, Hev. W. K. Thom- son officiting. APPEALlOPEflPLEIfl London, NTov. were surprised. Thursday, morning to ob- serve the walls all over the city cover- ed with huge official posters exhorting Englishmen to pray daily for their country, for their sailors and their 'Admiral Beatty's words are displayed prominently: "Until a re- ligious revival takes .place at home, so long will the war continue." They are followed by Gen. Sir Win. Robert- son's message: "A serious determina- tion on the part of the nation to seek divine help would undoubtedly furnish, valuable help to our soldiers :and sail- ors." The poster ends with' the fol- lowing words printed in large type: "Will you join those who every day at noon and at family prayers at home pray for our country, our sailors and soldiers." Archibald' Allison, brother Mra E A Horton St Thomasr and a na- live of Frouie, Oat., has been elected State Senator ion the Republican tick- et for Wjomlns The Senator.-elect.iR etill a young man, being 38 years of age. He 'hag been in the west for seventeen, TWO MORE LOST London, Nov. 17.-pThe Norwegian steamship Toridal has-been sunk, ac- j cording- to announcement at Lloyd's Shipping Agency, It was reported also that the British steamship P. Mattarazzp had been abandoned by her crew. The Headaches that so many women suffer from are often due to a congested state of the the body's filter. What if needed is a gentle tonic-aperient, to produce a healthy and normal action of the digestive organs and rid the blood of purities. lii such cases nothing is so good as ENO'S FRUIT SALT the world's household remedy for lain forty elMnifnn the iriteni banlimng and UitleMlten.andRMlrtlRbnaton. AVnlrt worthier Imlbtloni. There U onir one rHVIT SALT-END'S. Aik-yourdruggut1 ,.v- "Friiil Silt" ImiiTTiiii.'! IJH13LD 'mtCM i CO. LIMITED I'J lUCAUl-StilSET. (8) iwnro of Substitutes WAR BETWEEN BOYS i IN ANOTHER YEAR Allies Will Then Be Facing Youths of 17 in the German Army. war threatens Soon to become a mere struggle-between mere boys. The pace is said to. be entirely too fast for the older men long to en- dure. It is asserted here that next year the entente allies will be lacing boys of seventeen in the German array. General Sir Douglas Haig, command: ing the British Expeditionary forces is said to have objected to the send ing out of men'of middle men from eighteen to twenty-five years old. After the latter year it is said the fighting value of the human unit shows a rapid and steady decline. The good soldier of today, it 'seems, must be of the age which excels in the more strenuous athletic football player type. The older men have their place! but, generally speak- ing, it'is said now to be in behind the men back of the line, in the supply and transport divisions, where the strain is'not so great., These older men are too sus: ceptible to trench diseases to he of great use on the firing line. Britain is already registering boys born in 1899, preparatory to culling them 'up when they attain their 18th birthday. ______________' Wash Away Skin Sores To the many sufferers of skin dis- ease D.D.D., the liquid wash, has be- come a household word. They know it is reliable and they can depend on it. they do not hesitate to recommend It to their neighbors. It has proved it- self a remarka'bie remedy for all forms of Eczema. It is a germicide that is harmless to the most delicate skfn, but still it is .pffaqtlve ami quick in action. U you are a sufferer from skin diseases, including ulcers, pim- ples, scales, crust or Eczema in any form, this remedy will not disappoint you. It has piood. the test and today la the master preparation for ail skin diseases. Como in today and ask about our guarantee on D.D.D. Also about D.D.D. Soap, that keeps the skin For 15 Vcar8 II IB the Skin Rtmedy J. D. Higinbothatn Co., Limit- ed, Druggists, Lcthbridget Advortiaenu'U.. Will be in charge of the Daughters of the Empire and the Red Cross Society when 5 per cent of the Gross Receipts will be divided between me above Societies. The following have been appointed to manage and as- sist in the various departments throughout the store General Manager: Mrs. J. N. Kilchie. Department Silks and Dress Goods. Mrs. A. afford. Mrs. Stimics; Asst., Mrs. Green. Staple Drv Goods......... Brynmer. 1 Asi.. Mrs. Murray. Gloves and Hosiery. Mrs. .Royd.. Mrs. D. A. Simpson. Assf.'Mrs. H. Holt, Ilibhons. Laces and Emb'yMiss ololtz. '.Mrs. Saunders; Asst., M-t's. Brp'oine. .Bawdeu Asst.', Mrs. McGnire. Mrs. Shepherd Miss Tilly. Linens and ..Mrs. Stacey. Mrs.'Mitchell; Assi.. MissMcLeod. Boots and Miss 0'IIagan. Mrs. llobinsoji: Assi. Mrs. M.aynard. Men's Wear.........'.. .Mrs. Hammond. Mrs. Smith: Mrs. Lund: Grocery Section Kcllosr; Mrs. Grey. Airs. E. II. Wilson; Mrs..W. T. Hoh. Ladies' Davidson; Asst., Mrs..McAr.thur. Carpets aand Drapery .Mrs. Mc-jSTiohol. Mrs. Scott: Miss Smith, Crockery and Toys ......Mrs. Harmon. Mrs. Fairley: Asst., Miss O'Hagau. Lunch Rooms........... Mrs. J. Virtue. Candy Section.......... Mrs. Roy. Miss La.ffe.rt.y-; Miss Stote. Neckwear and'''Kerchiefs Mrs.'S. E. Jones; Mrs. Ainsworth. Music Will be Supplied by the following Artists- Mrs. TVaddina-tori. Mrs.'E.L ong, Mrs. Cull.. Miss Aileen Jones, MissH. Simpson, Miss M. O'H.agan, Miss Gibbons. Geoffrey TEA RQQMS, BELGIUM RELIEF, Afternoon Mrs. Downer, Manager. With following assistants: Mrs. R.Maynard, Mrs.- -I. K. Oliver, Mrs. II. E. Sherlock'. Mrs. E. S. Smith, Mrs. Riches. Mrs. J. Simpson. Miss, Marion Marrs, Miss Adeline Henderson. B B WHERE THEIR BIG ADVANCE KETTLES MADE OF PAPER Kettles made of thin paper are used by Japanese soldiersv When needed tor boiling, the kettle is filled with j water, and then water Is poured over it. It is hung over the fire, and in ten minutes the water Is boiling. The kettle cnn be used eight or ten' times. i''-''''. This is all thatVe'mains of the sugar factory at Courcelelte which was among tho places stormed by the Cauad- tinu in Uieir big on tie Soimin, Jlahe your reservations To The Old Country On largo twin screw steamers sailing direct TO GUASGOW From Steamer St. John SATURNIA Portland CASSANDRA Halifax- CASSANDRA Portland ATI'ENIA Halifax' 'ATH.ENIA and o'her in formation. from any railroad or steamship, agent, DONALDSON LINE U.S.. LlbMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 M.ln St. Ph. M: 5312 Vinciiuver; i.C. Orinvillj St.; ;