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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta wmm. WEDNESDAY. NOVJBMBER 2(}rA^\B im LETilJiRinGF^ DATLY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ^ Si^etingSy Rl^ Tubings, Ete� V fSPEClAt NO. 1 Swiss NaiMk M 111. wide. ReaaUr 400, per SPECIAL NO. 2 Sheeting 6-4 width. Regular,$1.26. par yard * i'- .1 8-SPECiALS-8 jN Everyday WHITE GOODS ^at pricestrevailing on ENGLISH Longcloth 40 in. wide. Regular 50c. per SPECIAL NO. 4 yard | Pillow Tubing 40 in. wide. 'Regular 60c per yard SPECIAL NO. 5 per 18 in. wide. Regular 25c. 16c yard SPECIAL NO. 6 Swiss Nainsook 36 in. wide. Regular eOa* per yard LOOK OUT In Tomorrow's (Thursday's) Herald for Our Special Announcement Regarding Ladies' FALL & WINTER COATS Do You Want to^ave Dollars?-Then I WATCH OUR WINDOWS SPECIAL NO. 7 Pillow Tubing 42 in. wide. Regular 65c. per yard SPECIAL NO. 8 Pillow Tubing 44 in. wide. Regular 75a, yard You are strongly a^dvUcd tb SHOP EARLY THURS. MORNING , At these Prices^ we have ONLY A LIMITED iiive Kunner, * FREEDOM ' � * * Give me the long, straight road before me, A clear, cold'day with a nipping air, -Tall, bare trefs to run on beslfle m^, A heart that Is Ifgbt and free from ! .. care. v ,, ^ ' - � Then let me go!-I care not whither My feet may lead, for my spirit shall . ��be .... fVee as the "brook that flows to the river, - Free aa the river that flows to the ' sea. � . -Olive Runner, In "Poetry, a of Verse." * � �jfr � Irwin near Barons. *j Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Pqwell are in the city en Voute from Winnipeg to their home in , Claresholm, . . '   � ' Mr. and Mrs. T. Cascadden-have ieft 'tor join theff daughtflrsi Misses Luella and Alice, in Portland, where the family will maKe their home in future. I Mr. and Mrt. P. L. NaismiUi of Calgary, have left tor California to spend the winter. " ' >   * Mrs. Thomas Long and little daugh-^ Easy to Make This Pin^ Cough Remedy Tlioa*aDd� of tamUln �ir(.�r tt> liroinnt' rccutti. Iiiet|in�l* . ^ud Miirc* aitoiit IK. Vou know that pine is UBCd in nearly all presoriptioris and remedies for ooufrhi^ The reason ris ino and s^rup. , The "syrup" part is usually plain Kfanulated/'suyrar. syrup. ^ 'So make the best'pino couRh remedy that money can buy, put ounces,of Pincx (60 .cents worth) in; a. lOoz. bottle, and flU tip with homc-n^ade suxca^ syrup; Or you can-,Use clarified mo-/ laBBcSj iioncy, or conn syrup, instead of �uRnr pyrijp., Either iway,you,,mnl{i> 16 ounces-more than you can buyreody-�nade for $2.50., It is pure, good and very pleasant-r-children take it eagerly. Yon can feol this takehold of a coURh  or cold :in a way that moans bnainesa. a%e oouRhmay be dr.y, hoarse and tiRht, . or maT,'bo'^ persistently loose ffom tlie I lormatton of phlo^m.-v The cause is the: ' famc-T-;nflamedi mcrabrnnea-and this. Pinejc:and Syrup oowbination will stop , It-usual 1.Y in 24 hours or less. Splendid, it(io, tor bronchial asthma, hoarse;' HOBS, or any ordinary thrpnt ailment. Pinx is 'ft highly iconcontratod com- ,. wound'of cantUue Nor.way pine extjact, I � iind Wi'famous vtho world'Swi;. forfitij.! prompt effeotfjupon couffhs,'? r. ; � ' Bowartfoil tSibstitutop. Askyotfr'dTnit'r-oist ior:^'2% ounces ��f Pinex?', with dircctioi^s, and don't nocop^t anytii inp . cIs?. ..Guaranteed to Rive, nbsoUiiie. sat-; 'iHfaotion:V;9r money promptly refunded, Xlw Vixtxx Co., Toronto, Out. ,' terMdrlon,'who have been visiting'the' former's mother; Mrs. M. E. Kelly for the past two months, have returned ckptalik Hazel \Vallace .w$p ha's been , visiting In the city on leaVe.Jrom over-1 seas^ duty )ii Francei^left- atjthe begin-' nlng of the week t,p;*�*brt;,fttr duty at hip headquarters la^'thaveaaLf ..^ -"� � ^. .� "�'�' the- telegrapi'. which Mrsi W. J. Arihstrong haa'' received announcing the death yesterday of Mr^. W. G. McCallum'in Moose Jaw, who was a victim'lof Influeneain that city. Mrs. McCallum wa� better known to Lethbrldge people as Mrs. Chaney. i � .-t  . �         ,.,..�.���. � *f CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES �  y - \ The Sir Alexander Oalt'Gliapter, I. O. D. E., wlll.not',ineet tpmprrow, but will meet after tile ban on public meeting's has heen ' wUhdrawn^ X% is hoped the memhers tare keeping in mind and working for the last minute sale to be held bn December 7. .�.�,:�.:.:�. �:���;...*,, �, . . 4> 4> ^ 4> � ; �..�..�;:f^-����.'�"�.,.,�� . � ��� ^  * � ^-V^  * *' * GENERAL ' � -: : ; . ,?*: * > )4i: > 4> � The death, a* f^oijojiulUt;'is report-fed by :ihe adjiilrajH;^ per wireless press, of the mother .'niJertor., Mai-i-^niia, ,of ,the RomftniiCathoi'jT Order of St. .Francis, a friend of Robu; V Louis Stevenson, and- for ttlrty fieSri ..In' charge vpf tjf? O^hgllc.i^ptera' Uoit pWll � wjirk- ^at .-'th^ikifepar'c'colony at Ka}aupa|m.-km^ - , FOR FEMININE FOLK > �� .  �  ,�./> ? ? C- ? ? ? ? ? > ? ? �>_ ? ? * * * , "How many meals may I serve outside of my family jvithout having, a license?" la a question frequently asked by the woman who keeps a few boarders. ~; Fifteen meals may be served each day over and above those for members of one's family^-that i^ to say, three meals for Ave people. >�.*>?'?? ? : ? ? ? ? >.?> *���..., ... SOFT GINGERBREAD. 'Z . ;, �'.;.� O �!�??>?��? > 4 Gingerbread will probably be one of the most popular of wartime  cakes. It is an inexpensive cake to make, keeps fresh for a long time, and you can ring the changes on it so that It doesn't,become monotonous by adding a cvtptiil of raisins, some chopped citron or chopped candied ginger, and it will ipake the simplest gingerbread taste like a rich fruit cake. 1 cupful of molasses 3 tablespoontuls of melted, fat. 1 cupful ot 'boiling water' 3 cupfuls of flour.' 3-4 cupful of sugar. 1 teaspooritul of soda and salt. X teaspoonful of ginger. Dissolve the fat, in hot water then add the molasses and sugar., Beat; In the dry ingredients.which have'been . sifted together. Bake in a . shallow pan for one halt hour.-Isobel Brands. . *  .-'.*'�' ... ? * ? * *?*?>??? ? ? * PEACE DOES NOT BRING 4> ? FOOD Tb BELGIUM ? ^ .. ? ? * ? ? ? ? > ? pr shelter. Starvled and crazed with.the fear of a hidden death or even worse, those peasants have sought refuge, in the woods and there ^ they have lived from day-to^ day, as best they ooulU,. aid from all quarters, out,o� sympathy and fellow feeUng. Is not Belglum'.s distress'as great as any of those,, is slie not as helpless and is her suffering not as great? Thousands have died in Bel-gium> innocent: victims in the most terrible war thewoTld has ever, known, thousands m'ore,. are today w^lthout home or'food'cwj proper clothing. And even when peacp has been declared and the ^yorld'.i settles down to a normal life aJgataj/Jittle Belgium'and her brave .people yryi still- be laboring to adjust the greajiiwrong that has been donb her: Hotetps will have to' be .rebuilt, food-.suRplles will have to be [.organized, iagrleujtural lands will have to bo cleared o^ the litter, of battle :aml industries, whOTejn the. people must gain their livlngi^.piust be recohstruct-.edfilt wilj b6\yiti(Bi�,be�oc Belgium wljl be in 'a-positioiir,to support herself again,.and untili.thfit hap.py time comes the people of the..countries who' have been allied with her must- contributei towards her maidtenance.. Belgium's noedfisvof the present and thala-ibeing sent in from the other allied countries and there is .littlo'.enough of .that t-o go all round, and uhtll her people are properly fed andclothed the .future cannot be cared for. . , � Help the Belgians'regain, what they have lost and lay-.the,. foundation to start life anew, -i Answer their S. 0. S. call by sending your contribution to the Belgian ;JleUe& Fund, either to the. nearest local jQommlttee or to the Central Committee>v59.,St.( Peter St., Montreal. . � ; tlon the authorities blanto tiike Iri^thtt'� 'matter, � ' .' ,:,.^rL:. ATHLETE DEAD ^X'^,rfrom the University of Califor-uia m i902. THREE YOUNG MEN " IN. HORRIBLE STATE MARY PICKFORD MUST PAY. Jury Grants Award to Mrs; Wlllten-ing for Her Aid to Movie ' � Actress. l)he jury in ti^e New York Supreme Court, whlc^ for several das's has been listening to evidence in the suit brought byi Mrs. Cora Carrlng-ton � WUkening. literary, and theatrical agent, against Mary Pickford, returned a verdict on Nov. 7 for ,$108,-339.07 against the defendant. .The dmount certified .to the court Includep 10 per ;,cent, . on , all payments! to date tf> J the defendant by the ftlckford Film C both ot these members having died quite recently. gathering rests an,d herbs- or ,what-vi agreed on in courtTibetween plaintiff ever elsb they could And to susfaitt" and the defendant,-.''.v.'i;o also agreed them and keep body and soul togeth or. Many have died and Ho unburied In the ditches by the roadside; womdn and tiny children have been cruelly murdered, while others vyere forced to work for the enemy undeivtheiMost brutal treatment and on starvation ration;i, , ' � ,^ ', Today th^; ?ry ;goes' out from Belgium, "not to any one country nor^ to any one people but to humanity Intho limited countries-"Help us ;or-' we �*ir�?'" It is tl^eir S, O. S, call,, it is frantic, despairing, appealing.- ShouW that same call "go out frony ft shipiln distress at; sea, a country delugddi^by. flood'or stricken iby earthquake! Oi^;*ex. to j9tCy it. INVESTIGATE TREATMENT ' 'ITALIAN-PRISONERS � Rome, Nov. 19.-^By. a royal deqree the press censorship has .b6en. limited to jnilttarir ne\\lnto.,the*; laws jtof .war:'and the conventions salfetlVe^t-o- the treat-mfeMt.>of'prlBonerii9bf;iWt(r-ibyi,th9v enemy, . It will )alBO!flri^WJU'|if;ia':state- ment; s^B.fto injury: pajised'^^ Inrop'erty. and Mtabl,l3feu�e'?i�spon8ihil-plOBion, help ^vculd lje.r>v.4n�4 thoif,�,'ijr tho^retor. Ki^kEy's Special For, Thursday REGUUR PRICE PER pOZEN, 25^ tqrIorrow Two Dozen Made in- accordance with the  Purte Eood Regulations. Kirkby & tu , Cani^ay^.F6bd'"''Board'LinIrH|i�.J-'Manyof my friends at one time \tlut Ji�f� ww^mpirini, thiiUinD highly p�fKt^ M i this one ii*�1�cwsit^in>'niy h^M �nd > � ��i�iii;-";Fffit;h� aWg^ fjSiKfii^'iu:" exception their interest Has been 'inclined to"^jp�ifte,'iottjpwhat. your. "I r-1- 2451?7 ;