Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'AGIi SKVKN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, CLARKE CO. The Ladies Store Acadia Block PHONE 4S3 SPECIAL NOTICE Wo have just received anil placed In stock now of (lossnrd Cornells, milking raiiB" of nines com- plete In tins various lit M.M. JII.OO, and Also ii now r.tudl of A. I.u Olvu Cornets and Hrassicivs in a complete rauKe of In the models shown. A. Corsiils at Jl.OO. 11.50. Jll.Ofl anil 35.00. nrasalerCH at and SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK ON SUITS and COATS Newest Style Garments worth 22.50, ---------------_ 27.50 and 30.00 Garments that, Cor coiTuct.ne.ss style, ol' fabrics and lowness of price you will not see the like of Ln any other store in this city. 16. 75 THE SUITS Are umde of wplendld quality chev- iots and serges, ColorH navy, brown, green and black. Helled and .sftini-lielL- ed. Close fitting convertible collar. Some mure garments added for tliis week's selling not Kliowu before. THE COATS Are all new this season. Maiiu of splemlftl twuetls. frt'Izes and plain houcle cloths in colors. Navy, brown, grey, green anil black. Belted and loose stylt-'a. Some cape effects. Won- derful values at this sale price. PLUSH COATS A BIS NEW LOT JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS. PRICED AT and up to Full box, belted, and semi-belted styles. Finest, obtainable .silk plush, black, grey and brown; plain and fur trimmed. The finest showing of styles and largest variety of choice we have had to show this season. Smail sizes, Ifi to 20. AH medium size and large women's size up to 42. Scarce Merchandise Much in Demand at Special This Week LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. (VJJ SOc, G5C, 75c, EOc and........... tJiJUUtJ CHILDREN'S CASHMERE HOSE. Three full line, y C 6 to 10 in- Priced according to size. 35c to GENTS' WOOL LINED GLOVES. Priced at and LADIES' UNION SUITS. 52.50, and LADIES' UNION SUITS. 0. S. sizes. and................. VIY6LLA FLANNELS. Large variety. .Special...................................... .BLACK DUCHESSE SILK. 36 inches iip to BLACK DUCHESSE SILK. 40 inche? wi.de. Priced at................................... COLORED DUCHESSE SILK. All new shades. Priced at................................. quality. Plain and shot. Colors navy, brown, green, white, pink. SILK DRESS PLUSH. 32 in. Lovely soft silk plush. Brown, navy, tango and black. Yard FINEST BROADCLOTH. 50 In. wide. Black navy, brown, green, amethyst. Special............. DIAGONAL SUITING. Strong twill. Special val- ue. 42 inches wide. All colors. Special 75c MUSKRAT COATS Two Special Values Tliese are splendid reversible coats that give the maximum of for the money. Nice dark skins, v.-oll matched, large shawl collars, liox bac.k. Lengths 45 and 50 incnes. Lined throughout with Skinner's satin. Pull fitting. Sixes up to 42. Uiinmtehanlc values at the price. 45 inch at 50 inch at....... MILAD PHONE 1224- Mrs. L. S. Rlpley and little son, Maynard, are visiting relatives in Cal- lsary' Mr. Frank Steele Raymond, is spending a few days in the city with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Terrill of New York are visiting at the home o[ tho former's brother, Mr. J. E. Terrill. Mr. and Mrs. B. Bertram! have re- turned from Calgary, where they spent their honeymoon. Maple Leaf Chapter No." 7, O. El S., hold a special meeting tomorrow Bt 8 P.m. in the Masonic rooms. Mrs. Delbert McFarlane and her children have returned to Calgary from this city, where they stayed during Mr. McFarlane's absence in the east. The History and Current Events de. partment of the Mathesis club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. (Dr.) Robertson, 830 llth St. S., at three o'clock Mrs. Johnston's section of Wesley Ladies' Aid will 'meet on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Cobbledick at 3 o'clock. The G. 1 .A. will meet for Red Cross sewing on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 at the home of Miss Finnemore. 622 4th Street S. The U 0. B. A. are holding a tea tomorrow from 3 to 5 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Ulunt, 210 10th street outh, to which all members and iouth, to friends a re. Invited. An informal dance is being held on Wednesday evening from 8.30 to 1 in the Elizabethan room of the Chinook club. Invitations may be from Mr. uoaald Duff, secre- tary, of the club. A smaller crowd, than .usual was present at the dansant at the Chinook club on Saturday afternoon, but those who were there enjoyed a couple of hours of dancing on a good floor to splendid music. Amons those pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tailing, Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, Mrs. Ham- mond, Izy Gordon, Miss Mary Simpson, Miss Helena Simpson, Miss Meryle O'Hagen, Miss Agnes Dowsett, Tom Burnett, Mr. R G. Steele of Raymond Messrs. Mavity, Mclvor, Stenhouse, Hock and A. H.Smlth. B The rural deaneries of Lethbridge and Macleod are meeting here in con- vention from Tuesday until Thursday in St. Augustin's hull. Vory Rev. Don i Paget of Calvary, Canon Hayes o. High Hiver, Rev. A. W. MacMichael and Rev 'M. V. Hardle ot Cardston, Rev C. "W. Smith of Lundbrock, Rev. O Isaacs of Coutts, Rev. G. Herring of Bow Island, Rev. F. Taylor of.Car- mangay, Rev. G. R. Gretton of .er Crook, Rev. C. S. Gray of Mac eo.a, Rev H Clay of Coleir.an, and Rey. S. Mlddletoh of the Blood Reserve, will .bo In attendance at the conventton in addition to the three local mlnlslore, Canon Murrel-Wrlght, Canon JKjMll- Ian and A. B. Snow. On Wednesday the Daughters of the Empire and the Red Cross will be in charge of the various departments of the Hudson's Bay, and1 five per..cent ot the gross receipts will he divided between the two societios. Mrs. J. N. Ritchie has been appointed general manager for the day, and will be as- sisted by sixteen ladies from each or- ganization. In the afternoon the pro- ceeds from the tea room will be giv- en to the Belgian Relief fund. Al- ready several reservations have been made for tea .parties. V Mra. A. E .S'-ott, president of the Daughters and Maids of-England, lias received the following letter from Gunner Chas.. WaUeleh, who is at the Canadian Convalescent Hospital, Wo- kinsham, Berkshire, Eng., recovering from an accident: Just a line to let you know that I have received the narcel that the Daughters and Maids of England sent to. me, hut one thing I am sorry for, is that I could not share it amouest the Lethbridge boys. No doubt yoi have heard of my accident. The par- cel first went to France and then back to England, and found me at the hospital. I Mrs. Scott, will you kindly thank the order for sending such a nice parcel; it was the kind of parcel that's just right at; the front. Well. I sun- pose I must tell you how I distributed the parcel. In the room where lam there's about thirty Canadian boys, mostly from Calgary and Edmonton, hut none from Lethbridge. We had the tin stuff for supper and then had a ciuiet smoke afterwards, and made a large jug of cocoa to have just be- fore we got Into bed. I told the boys who it was from and they gave three cheers for the Lethbridge ladies. I am getting on fine and it won't be long before Ir am leaving the hospital. Thanking you once more and wish- ing the Daughters and Maids the best of success. Kind regards. in tbe Cits Churches CHAHLFJS WAKELEN. Further details have been received of the death of Mr. A. St. George Hawkins, father of Miss Helen Haw- kinfi, a well known nurse in the city, who left for Cochrane, Ont., the be- ginning of the week, Mr. A. St. Hawkins, Domin- ion immigration officer for Northern Ontario, and.'a prominent and much respected resident ot Llstowel since ,1878. died suddenly on Nov. 13th at 1 Lady Minto hospital. Cochrane. where he liad been the guest of Mr. Stewart, crown lands, agent. He was a pro- minent Conservative, and was cus- toms officer and gas Inspector of Us- towel tor many years. He was a for- mer member of the town council, war- den of Christ Church, superintendent of I he Sunday school for many years, Past Master "of the -Masonic member of the Royal Horticultural society, director ot the Agricultural society, and the Board ot Education. .He was wedded In 1882 to Erie-E. Tladale ot Woodstock who, with two sons; and daughters, sur- vive they sre: Alfred at -Belle- ville; Clarence, at Home; Helen, at Lethbridfe. and Erie, home. At St. at eight! o'clock, Young People's Society meet. Wednesday at S p.m., prayer meeting. Friday at S p.m., choir practice. At at S p.m., meet- ing of the board of managers. Wednes- day at 8 p.m., adult Bible class. Thurs- day at 8 p.m., choir practice. Saturday at 8 p.m., the Pearl Seekers' class are holding a ten cent social in the school room. At at 8 p. m., mid-week service. At at 8 p. m., meeting of tho Quarterly Official Board in I be church parlor. Wednes- day evening service will be conducted by" the pastor. Thursday at 3.30 re- gular meeting ot the W.M.S. in the church parlor. A report of the recent convention held at Clareshoim will be given by Mrs. Fred King. All ladies are invited. At at 3 p.m., children's meeting. Thursday at 3 L'.m., W.M.B-; meeting followed im- me'diately afterwards by a special meeting of the Ladies' Aid. Every night, special services conducted by Evangelist Barton. At St. Aupustin's Tuesday, Wed- nesday and Thursday at 7.30 a. m., celebration of holy communion. Wed- nesday at 8 p.m., service of interces-, sioji. Friday at 4.15 Junior Auxiliary neet. Frid'ay at 8.30 meeting of the vestry in the .Men's Club room. At St. at T.30, Dorcas society meet in the ish room. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Bible discussion class meet n the par- ish room. Thursday at 3 p.m W. A. meet. Friday, at S p.m., intl.'cessiou- al service in the church. Saturday at 2 u.m., instruction class for scholars in the church. At St. at -I.In, Junior W. A. meet. Tlmr-u'lily com- mencing at 3 o'clock the annual sale of work and supper will be held in Burgmann's hall. FrhUy at S p. m., Intercessional service followed by choir practice. Latter cay at 2.30 the ladles ot the Relief Society will meet at the church and study Theology and Testimony. at 8 p. m., testimony meeting. always shown up well in her contri- butions of both men and money to the war and this campaign has been no exception. The committee lias tried to sec everybody, that all might have a chance to contribute. If. however, inv have been overlooked, the com- mittee will be pleased if they will call on the honorary treasurer of the fund, Acadia block, who will receive their donations. On behalf of the committee. I wish lo thank the contributors, and on my own behalf to thank the active com- mittee who have worked so faithfully to make the campaign the success it has been. Faithfully yours, Made Well and Strong by Simple Remedy. Here is another letter that has just come to our attention, showing the power of Vinol to builu up health and strength for weak, puny, ailing children. rt Mrs F Humphries, of Oshawn, Ont., says: "I wish to say that 1 am more than pleased with your i- nol I have a little boy who is four years old anil for tbe past three years he 'has been very delicate. Every little while he would be ill with his chest and lungs, and each time the doctors would say there was vers- atile hope for his recovery; and aftei he would pull through it would leave him weaker every time. He wns terribly pale and bad no energy at all He would sit a whole morning or afternoon looking at pictures or playing with any little thing but would not run about. At last 1 made up my mind to try Vinol. having read of it in one ot your bcioks which 1 had from Jury I.ovell; and he had taken only half of one bottle when I could see a decided improvement in !iim. He now runs about all day long and is looking much brighter and more color in his face; and I tell every one it is Vinol that did him good." Mrs. Humphries, Duke Street, Oshawa, Ont. Vinol IB a delicious combination of beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptonates and glycero- phosphates which creates an appe- tite, tones up the digestive organs, enriches the blood and creates strength. Children love to take it. We ask all parents of weak, sickly, delicate children in this vicinity to try Vinol with tbe understanding that we will return your money if it fails (o benefit your little Hig- inbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, Ijeth- bridge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. A unique opportunity is afforded all us you shop through the various departments of .Bay store on Wednesday nexL to 1mvc nil your purchases sold 10 you lly members of I ho Chapter and lied. Cross. iM'uo-li money is needed to carry on the good work, these ladies so come forward to do. hence, this novel id'ea. A "'rait shopping fes- tival is planned for Wednesday and the Fndsons Bav Co. expects to have one of the busiest in the store's history. 5 per cent the Gross Receipts will be diYided between Daughters the Empire and All proceeds from the tea room during the afternoon will be given to the Belgian Kelief Fund. Special Music iren ntear children: What a trait is m s.ore for you, the biggest surprise is being prepared. tt tor the famous Buster Brown We wish von to become familiar with our so that when we visit your will-jAmed'alely recognize Buster Brown and his .wonderful dog, Tige. Watch carefully the Hudson Bay Company's Daily Store News. on this page for of our arrival. Hoping you will be at the Depot to meet us: We avti- yoiiira faithfullV; 1 BUSTER BROWN AMD city you the date CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol druggist. President Grace, of the local Patri- otic Fund committee, has addressed the following letter of thanks to the citizens of Lethbridge: To the Citizens of Lethbridge: As president of the Lethbridge branch of the Canadian Patriotic Funa I wish to extend the thanks, of the campaign committee for the loslly displayed -during campaign week towards this important fund. The active canvass 'wfls tonight, ana I believe Lothbrldge will once more be well over the mark. hM It is just possible that some legisla- tion will be asked for by the cities of tkt province at the Sbming session of the legislature toward the re- striction of Jitney competition with municipal street railways. This morn- a letter was read at the city i council meeting from the city clerk, f Edmonton, stating that the hdmonton council was considering such a step, and asking if LethhrWge would sup- port them in their effort. The council will reply that it will consider favor- ably any such action which may be taken. j At this morning's meeting- the city raised the wages of the men of the street department 3% cents per hour, owing to the difficulty in securing and keeping labor. r The pound by law was also amend- ed to it conform with the pro- vir-M iW which requires that dam- age'actions arising out of damage done by animals before they are impound: ed shall be settled by a justice of he peace rather than by an arbitration board of three as is the case under the present bylaws_________ HE MAY LOSE IT St Paul, Nov. Hughes lead suffered a severe cut today with the addition ot official returns at the capi- to) from nineteen more counties, and official returns from Hennepln .Includ- ed mnde the Wilson total am! Hughes This left the Hughes plurality Si. Help the Starving Belgians BY PATRONIZING THE Hudson's Bay Tea Rooms On Wednesday Afternoon, November 22nd WHEN THEY WILL BE IN CHARGE OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE. THE ENTIRE PROCEEDS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WILL GO BELGIAN RELIEF FUND.