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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 Will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Save by Syrup Home. MILADI tOlTfcP -iff0s Ib'.s itakes ounces ot batter syrup Itian you couiU buy itaily maSe for (i.Sfc A few doies usually con- r the most obstinate even .Kiylcg cough quickly. Simple M it IF. i fcfciler remedy cau be Lad at price. Mix two cups ot grnnulaUd suear with ore cup of warm water, and (or 2 minutes. ZH ounces ol I'ir.ex (fifty rents' TvorihJ In a bottle; thru shuttle of'the unseen r evnj one. two or thrto j out a Bittern, not as curs. "Who cone first to this .world below nilh Mis. Wilson, and Mrs. W. R. drear November's .tog and scow Seatte invited to the diuiug room. Should prize the topaz's.golden' hue, A prolusion oi autumn's -peculiar Kiiillem ol anil lover UUP." (blossoms, chrysanthemums, were j I" decoration. The threads oiir hai.ils in Llludotss Mis. T. K. Neale acd Mrs. J. E. Mo selt-determiceci, plan weaves in -You fan take of a way if.at means Hat a goo-l Uacw up (Lie appellte, ind Is slightly laxative, too, which li brlpful. A bar.dr retufidy for croup, bronchitis, asthma and all. throat IEU lur.R trouble. effect of pine On the fi Ktll fcnonn. Is most valuable LcncenlrateJ compound, of Xorweeian the tilings to come bis. way r tvtiHe Line extract, and it rich In cuitacol Is thfione, who puts o' all the ralural healing pine elements. a Other preparations will not work In this wofS another daj.. Vrmula. ,-f his rif.er and Sugar Syrup re ripe popularity throughout the .Stales anJ Canada. It has often lew Imitated, though never ayccewfuUjr. suaranty.of absolute satisfaction, or iwnpy promptly refiiimcd. with1 this ,Tour druggist has Plricx. or will It for you. If not, aend to the- Finer Toronto. Ont. fi. Whiltitr. r Don't you youi imobone whe'te your backbone ought to be, Is a maxim full ol wisdom and' ap- plies to you anil me. For Hie iellow, who is wishing for his.wajv .fi'doing today's II. V. Bennett, M.D. CARD OF THANKS We, the late this op- portunity of thanking our .many friends for their- kindness and.sym- pathy in our receot bereavement. Wo pEEurc-them IE hna been deeply ap- preciated. {Signed) Mrs. Win. Collier and Family. .alster of deceased. lostpsscs tumorrow Mrs. K. A. Kwert. ilrs. ff. 1-. McKtnzle. Mrs. .1. Fimcrson llodgsoii md not again until after New Year's. Mrs.. Ninth SI., fd this altcrnoon at a Knoi chain REV.'WALTER LO'JcKS V :QOING TO WINNIPEG Ottawa, Xov. Walter M. I.oucks, rector of St. "Matthew's An glEcan church, 1902, an npunrcd to bis' congregation totlay tliat he had accepted a call from All Saints Winnipeg, and tuat he leave here within two.Vve to.talce over bis new lie stat- ed that the cal! had been made "with ih'e full consent-of the aiciiLilBhop ot liuiwri's Land, nt. Rev. Dr. Malhc- -Mr. ilrs. Arthur Barnsley have returned from their honeymoon, which was speoj- at .eastern points. Mrs. A. Jl. Grieg, .1213 Sixth Ave. entertain Ihe Six-Six cluh at her hoa'.e this evening. [Steel to be laid on the Oranrt Trntik Pacific line as-far Prince Ueorge Dearly next month. Gifts that Last To forkt, ktum, tpoom acd fuicy of quality beauty ask for Thii bivid it L Mrs. .f. E. is spending a _ l.etbbiidje shared the honors of pour- i ing tea atd cutting the while I Miss Higiubolham. Miss Macleo.1, Ann J'atteson and Ihe Missts ilientley pasted the dainties, i Little Hiss Mlmoba l.indsey, daint- frocked In white with Dresden rib- on, admitted the many guests. t A -.vaa solemt'lieJ at tbe I --e of Jlrs. Aithur Ul'.bsit. 'at on MmitlKv cven.'i.ij, I7ili. MissGiiiJys Jonf5, younger daugbler of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Jones of Bayvlcw SL HrcladeB nay, Jersey ;vas jofuefl In uiat-irjooy to Mr. Alex- ander Howard Nlcul, mauaycr ol tbo Cclleral Supply Co., Moose Jnw. second son ot Mr. John Ingram Nicol, of Ottawa. Mrs. Giloert attfnaed. Ihe Grille, v.-jilo' tl'e groom was supported by Mr. Arthur Hlglnbothini. v end Mrs. reside in Mooie Jaw. CLUB3 AND noit ten-Ice _and satisfaction and tKc hearint Knonn .for over 60 j fcy 1 fc" :n Calgary, the. guest- of her sister, Mrs. Nicholas. Miss Helen Ualviri Is entertaining 'horns' on Saturday afternoon in con- nection with chain teas. Mrs. JohoEOa, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, who is. staying with her daughter, Mrs. Earle Itoberts, will he, honor guest of an informal afternoon af- fair tomorrow, to be. given by Mrs 11. Morris. Mrs. .1. n; Murray last night re- ceived the sad news that her brother Mr. J. Beattie, had passed away at Fergus, Ont., Mr. Deatfit, while for inerly liring at.Brandon, had spec the pasl two years in the cast, dur- ing which time- -his heaUu bad not been the end was no' unexpected.. Mrs. .Murray's many friends extent sincere sympathy; in her hour of be reavement. MIsB Kathleen Disney, of Coleman has arrlred la the city to attend hlgl school. A brilliant gathering thronged th ening ol Iks Claresholm agricbUiii school yesterday which was attend by over 500 attesting the Inltres taken in this branch of the govern ment's work. He thought tV.bulft ing ot the schools rompleM jhe itm 'orisitralion.farms so that (heir wot I would hrinic about complete results and if they prove tnc success 'promise to be, the Friday and Saturdny are special bargain days at The Hudson's Bay Store, days when the ad- vantages of shopping-here are hy cvtraordinary attractions uarcfuifv selected from each department-. This is no exception. Kead following itoius. Eai-h itpm is n sjico-ial price is a special price. i Comfort, Fit and Style in Slippers Slippers for Ladies Women's Romeo Slippers, really comfy, (or they arc juade of soft fine felt and! (lei- fblc soled. Dainty trimming uf near-seat fur around top. 3 to 8. Regular val- ues up to Friday and Men's House Slippers PlaitI "Slippers tor not only look nice; but fpel good. CombinnLJon leather arid felt soles, Nvarm Itned. Out high alno another line with buckle. Sizes 6 to 11. Regular up to fl.59. 4 4 F Friday aiM Saturday......... 9 I 1 I Slippers for the Boys and Girls Boys'- and Girls' Slippera. Cozy house slippers, made from soft, warm felt with soles of combination leather and felt, fitted with neat strap. Theso are reeulir 75c lines. Sizes S to 2. pair.......................... 9UC These Dainties will be served in theTeaRooms Friday :and Saturday TOMATO SOUP, BREAD AND BUTTER, OR CRACKERS, TEA OR COFFEE CUC MEAT'CROQUETTES, AND BUT- TERJ TEA OR COFFEE ..V.......' SALMON SOUFFLE, BREAD APPLE OR 1 'MINCE MEAT PIE, TEA OR> COFFEE ..i lOc lOc Interesting News For Men Navy Serge Suits There's btyle and coafort in those navy worsted aerge suits. The ideal suit far winter wear Is a navy .acrge suit These are cut from Imported serges, fit and quality guaranteed, Hnings and Interllnlngs ara of the TjesL Regular To sell Friday and Saturday............... Stylish Fall Hats You can select ary of our regular J2.50 Tar Felt llats Ia newest Kali Etyles, shades of grey, brown acd black. Friday and Saturday, for only Men's Winter Caps .Natty Tweed Caps Tor men. Cut willi fur. or knitted vrool, pull-down ear bands, wfdo varlvly of colors to select from. and Friday ''and Saturday................i Pure Wool Hose Scotch TingeriDg wool half lioso, in heather mli- lures, A splendid aocir for cold weather wear. A Hue ;we sell Ia the regular al 35c a pair. Friday and Saturday FIVE PAlKS FOR................... Sweater Coats for Boys Boys' Sweater Coats In garments. Combinations of fawn and khaki, navy and cardinal and navy and grey. Regular values-up, to. }1.76, Sizes 24 to 34. Friday and Saturday' for...... GreatyaluesinReady-to-Wear Girls' Coats Specially Priced .Something new and something to be saved on .Ufa -'price-1 that's the story Qf .girl's coats. Navy, brcrwn and 7ancy heather mixture coats for girls 8, JO and '12 years only. Newest Full models. Worth up" to FtMiy CO QC and Saturday Girls' Coats Another line of Girls' Coats In sires. Tweeds in 'brown and "'grey, some "with Plain navy coats 'lined with scarlet flan- nel, some navy Chinchilla Clothe lot. Theca are Hries that sold In the reg- (4 QC alar way up up C. Splendid Lingerie Waists Lingerie Waists of rare beauty with embroidered fronts, hleh or low necks; otbers trimmed vith dainty lace. Thcro arc alto a few bjack sateen waists with Incited fronlj. soft collar and Regular up to Friday and Saturday iable Dry Goods Irresistibly Low Priced Silks A lucky strike Indeed, was this purctaso of 500 yards of the moat popular silks of today Tamollncs, Patleltes and Satin Duch- ess. -All leading colors. Regular up to J1.35 values. Friday and Saturday per yard IvC Lovely New Dress Goods Silk Eolienne.in delicate green' siado for'evcning dresis One of tbe nervest and daintiest materials vre have received this season. JS inches wide. Regular J1.25 a jart. I'riday and Saturday 39 C Underwear Special 100 only, Vests and Drawers for ladies, in p-rfectlon 1 1 rib- bed plush linert underwear. Snug fitting anj dependable gar- menU. Drawers open, or closed. .Small, medium and large Oil n Friday and Saturday, per garment C4C 9 l-2c for this Flannelette Just yards, of (bis pure, blcacbt'd cotton ffannelette.. This Is an opportune' time to lay In a winter's siipplv. Thic Hne la free, from dressing and la full 29 inches wide. Friday ft I and Saturday, per yard 9 2 C Best Quality Groceries SWIFT'S LARB for 50c HUDSON'S BAY .TEA SWIFT'S LARD for......... 85c SWIFT'S UARD fOOtlx HUDSON'S Ff-OiUR 50rbI HUDSON'S BAY FLOUR 25ttl HUDSON'S BAY FLOUR ..____ WE SELL FLEISCHMAN'S YEAST 2 SWISS CHEt'SE Per'pound 30c H.B; BAKING 5ftI'M. B. BAKING POWDER 12 cz. tin H, B. BAKING POWDER .___ 16 OL, tin H. B. BAKING POWDER........... NEW XMAS CITnON I PEEL, Mr It NEW XMAS LEMON PEEL, per NE'W XMAS CHOICE APPLES a 85C uOc 75c 17c 20C 20c 20c 20c IM In the sec" tiori-Enticing Values SOME CROCKERY SPECIALS Scmt Porcelain'1 Cups and Saucers, dainty blue design. Keg-; ular 41.50 Friday and Saturday per. dozen 98c A good glasg for day ase. Regular size water tumbler While thejr last-last Friday and Saturday, per dozen 39c Green or Cream Window ShaJfa, mounted on good rollers, complete with brackets 44. tor OCC Dainty Patterns in Silkaline suitable for comforter covers, Or ?lde curtain drapes.- per yard Nottingham Lade Curtains, floral .design. yards long. Hegular pair. for ?er pair........... Q3.C 18c 'J tended lo other parts ol tbe prov- inf.. lign. Mri Mitchell was jiren a hearty reception, his interrst ia the drtelorrnent ol the south beiTij? fully -felt this, afternoon STEPHEN BULL, DEAD 1 general Tattr Racine, Nov. IS.-Slephenlie became preiiaent, and held Bull, years old, one of the founders of the J. 1. Case Tlrresliiug MAch'lnt Co., here, oi a coM. Whan' organlnKj In 18S.K Mr. Bill I, became flee until he retired in I'aror of his ion, Frank K. Hull. i-iiT.WoInied' trar of West INCREASE IN MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, .Alia., .Nov. f coniplelcd voters' llsf phoivs' an -rbr "Increafeb' 'ot 'nearly ti'.'pV' cent" ;