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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVBMBKR 20, .1018 illh LKTimmiH.K DATLY 1IKHALD PAGK ELEVEN Nainsooks, Longcloths, Sheetings, Pillow Tubings, Etc. SPECIAL NO. 1 Swiss Nainsook 36 in. wide. Reflular 40c SPECIAL NO. 2 BRITISH Sheeting 8-4 width, Regjlar $1.25. 8-SPECIALS-S IN EVERYDAY WHITE GOODS AT PRICES PREVAILING ON per 19c yard SPECIAL NO. 3 ENGLISH Longcloth v 40 in. wide. Regular 50c. Pillow Tubing 40 In. wide. Regular 60c per 49c yard LOOK OUT In Tomorrow's (Thursday's) Herald for Our Special Announcement Regarding Ladies' FALL & WINTER COATS Do You Want to Save Dollars?-Then WATCH OUR WINDOWS SPECIAL NO. 5 Crash Towelling 18 in. wide. Regular 25e. per 16c yard SPECIAL NO. 6 Swiss Nainsook 36 in. wide. Regular 60s, per yard SPECIAL NO. 7 Pillow Tubing 42 in. wide. Regular 65c. per yard SPECIAL NO. 8 Pillow Tubing 14 in. wide. Regular 75c per yard You are strongly advised to SHOP EARLY THURS. MORNING At these Prices we have ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY My* I MILADI nut cif :\ mpathy . do-tP'!.  >�> not Hlltt.'rillg have iiii I'tilll" ill great a-i help-11 ul i il ill Bel-thi' most > > > * > ? � : * I Wallace who Inn been city on leave from ovcr-ralico, left lit thi' IikrIii-eh to report fov duly .it | Stevenson io wi'ur i;iovi'.i when ho played croquet with th.- leper dill-(Iron. He would not do It, however, us ln> thought It might remind then of tln'lr condition. After ho returned to Honolulu. Stevenson scut "Moth.-r grand piano for her aid from nil qunrti and follow feelin;:. 11 not llnlglum'  '-i any of those. irss and I:! Iter great? Thousand gium, innocent vi | terrible, war the world has over known, I | t'.ioiiM.ndu more jiii. without ; home or food or proper clothlnil. All! ; I rv.'ii when peace ha ; 1.....11 deflated. and the world down to a nor- mal 111,. ngaln, lilt!.- !'"U::um and her brave iioopli; will adjjst the great w done hi'?', llonn 1'' llllllt. fOOl! HVlJiPl oritanized. io In. cleared of th announcement in made as to what tie-lion tin- authorities plan to take in tlio ni!,UPr- ' "�* -�" ' - :-a~�J i be laboring to i i" that has been .ill hav.- to hi.' ' will havo to hi' anil:; will iiiiv.' ; r ol lialll.' and : 'i H.ll t ll "!l- ill tli.. way o lirumhclli'i*. i-. nliu: pointa i Mary ll'PCf Ann''' girls. hl.- it tn.iv l.-ad, foi my t;>i.-it ;liall fV>''' ;is tin- hrooi; ' Hows to ihr r i\.'i. Ki'i'i". :h the rivrr 'ha! (loins t.i tin- Mr I) M. i'raiilmmk ^olu' to \ Join !i�r itun whi-rt' tlioy  sit r,'ildi'il M Smltli ha.i in Mi'dl' In'' Hut and will band hi ('r.itihrook lat'T. will niaki- thi'ir |K>rman- ' .> FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK �Ollw Ilium. Mllt?.Uil|.' r. > >>. Ml'i' favor; a '' . u.mi.iii itit.'gitt.' ii.-iiii' i.r.-M'iit ut th.> ]h',tr.. rollflt i.|h i>. Sin' toimldrr:* tllrll ' .hi HI 1'OiIitIIti'tlt Would In' f|Ultr t'lintf'!-0 ti'iit on th"* part nf lh� Komliiloil gov-... i'tuuH-nt in vl(>w of tho fait ihut tln>y ,j. j hhvi' i iMoKiiiEfd tlui >alt;o of women's \% \ iiillii.-ii by .i'ntutlvii notnt'ti to a rnnfmvnt'O on nui�ntlo�s that hud to do with conduit of thf war and by nr.iiitiiiK federal franchlao to women "Ilow many im-alti may I si;v.' out-"lili- of my family without having u Hi i'lisi'V" ii a oui?:.:lon frcf'ticntly .iHked by the woman who Keep.-, a few 1.oatden. Fifteen meals may be nerved eai ll day oyer and above tho , for members ' in.In:.' rl"s. whoroiti the lieopl.; mu-t .gain th.'ir living, mu.-a b" re. oii:-.tiiet-. eil It will he y*ntii In-fur ll'-lcitini will be ill m pos.tioll to support her:-.'If again, and until that happy lime eome.s ;tli. people of the fount ritM who ii.u.' ' been alli"'l v. ilh her must eoiitrihat.' j I iwaids her niainiunan e. ! lll'lgium'.l ih'i'il is of the p.'esell! all.I jib' future. At present 'he ha-, notii-i ing to rail her own. nullum; to '' ton' with. The only food in the i mm -�try Is that whi. h is being sent iti from j the other nllie.l countrb';; and ihere is I 1111!.- enough of that to go all round, people are properh led � future t'.-itiuot he .ar- is a whiskey trail loading from Croat Falls, .Mont., and supplying intertill, belief of Inspee. tor Mnnily of "1)'' division, A. IV ]'. in reporting the capture of a large auto . argo of hoov.e by the oilieors at the line on Monday night. .Mundy went to ('otitis thi to -it on the ease. The A. I'. 1'. are doing everything, in their power to stop the jt)|. puliation of Montana boo/.e. but ;ni release of liorder patrols would appear to be nei'e.ssnry to lirlug this about. At the present time only one, man is stationed at the boundary,) and wliiie he Iia - succeeded in catching many cirnoci of whiskey, every Loudon. Nov. liO.-The llerlin sol-dii'i's' and workuion's council at aj lively meeting has passed a ri:solU-| tlon against the suh.tnonliig of a con-| stituent assembly, says an Kxcluingej Telegraph dispatch from t'opetihugeti. 1 The resolution, however, demands the1, summoning of a general soldiers' and workmen's emigres" "in order to take a decision as to the future of tier-Inspector | until.'.'- ' morning ' ....." THREE YOUNG MEN IN HORRIBLE STATE ATHLETE DEAD ^ " San Francisco, Nov. 20.-Alfred T). Flaw, attorney and former American Intercollegiate champion in tho hammer throw, died yesterday after an operation for appendicitis. He was graduated from the t'nlverslty ot California in iOol:. of one't* family-that, meals for the people is to say, three and until her iiud clothed t i\! foi'. Help the 1! have lost am start lit" am S. call by si to Ih  nipt urall Is made to evade him.  there are .some evasions and irians regain what tlu-v lay the foundation to j .v. Answer their S t). : iduiK your contribution tho Ilelgian III lief Fund, either to neare~t local committee or to the St.' I'eter St . Mr and Mrs. '. 1) I'oacII in the city i-u route from Winnipeg to (heir hoilie ill Clurt"dtolni. ... Mr. and Mrs T'. Cascaddeii have /eft to Join their daughters, Misses l.uella unit Alice, in I'ortlan I, where (he family will make their home in future. > > > > ill ut their home with an attack of Influenza and pneumonia.. * * * Many people In the city will regret to learn ot th� telegram which Mrs. \V. J. AruutroiiK hu� received announcing the death jwterday of .\!r�c \V. C. McFallum in Moose Jaw, who was a victim of Influonca in that city. Mr* McC'aUum van better known to Lethbridge people as Mrs. Chaney. �  * *  ar byrup. To make the best pine rough remedy that Dioui'V can buy, put '2!^ ounces of Piuvx (5i^ cents worth) in a lU-ojs. liiiUlc, and (ill up with Immennidc mi-ir syrup. Or you can luo clarilicd nio* laescB, lioiiiv, or corn syrup, instead of migar syrup. Fither way, you make 1(1 ounces-more than you can buy ready-mule for $-.5d. It is pure, good mid very pleasant-children take it eagcrlr. You can feel thU take bold of a cough or cold in a way that meant) busini'b-'. 'Diet cough may bo dry. he.u>c and light, �ir may ba persistently Imioo from tlni JiirtBation of phlegm- The caiit�> i* ilie Janic-iullainedi nuinhrams-and thU 'inex ami Syrup eoinliiiiatinn will stun t-usually iu 24 hours or less. Splendid, too, 'for bronchial asthma, hoatio-iit'ss. or any ordinary tliruu* uilmenf. Fines is a highly concent ratyd com-Tiouiul of gi-imiuo Kor.vay pine extract, nud is famous the world over for ita Vrompt effect upon coughs, Iicwaro of g'tbutitutes. Auk your it>ta-u'wt for "2V.> ounces of Finex" witii direction*, ami don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give iibsolutu satisfaction or money promptly refunded. iUtw 1'iuVx Co., Toiouto, Out. The Sir Alexander OaH Chapter, I. O. li. K, will not jr,�3t lomcrrow, but will meet ufter the ban on public meetings has been withdrawn^ It. | is hoped the members are keeping in > mind ami working for the lam minute j * aale to be held on December 7. j ? � � * i .j. tlingerbread will protiaiily be Iho most popular "V weriime It is an Inoxpei'Hivo cake to keeps fresh for a long time, and can ring (he changes on it so that it doesn't become monotonous by adding a cupful of ralalin, some chopped citron or chopped candled ginger, and It will make tho .simplest gingei bread taste like a rich fruit cake. 1 cupful of molasses .'! tabloHpootifuls of melted fat. 1 cupful of boiling water. :> cupfiils ot Hour. ,'!-4 cupful of nugar. 1 tcasponnful of soda and salt 1 leaspoonful of ginger. DUsolvo tho fat iu hot water then add tho molasses and sugar. Heal in the dry Ingredients which have been titled together. Hake in a shallow ! pan for one half hour.-Isobel Hrand.s. j '"' =* * * | 'ejitrul Committee, Montreal i ?>! Jury Grants Award to Mrs. Wilken- j ing for Her Aid to Movie one of i Actreis. cakes. I mulct), I Tho jury in the New Vol I; Sit-you prente Court, which for .several days luiH been listening to evidence In the Bull brought by Mrs. Cora Carrlng-Iton Williening literary nud theatileal agent, againsi Mary 1'icki'onl. r>-j turned a verdict on Nov. 7 for .*1un.-i I'l.'i'.l.U" Dgtilnst the defendant. The amount certified to tie- coin-t Iiuludee 10 per i'cnl. on all pay-! metlt-i to date to the defendnut by i the Ffekford Flliii ('iftii)iany, with 'costs and interest from the date of i demand. I Mrs U'illc.'tilng contended at the j trial that at a time when the Fain �oils Flayers, with which Adolph Z'i I kor was connected, was paying the Chatham County lligil Consia'oiej Fetors states that he has found three, men, ranging In age from t~ In I years, who niv crawling about on their I stomachs and mo tumble to use their t I le;;s: lie declares that the young men j '.ire kept iu part of an old house, the' balance of which is used for grain � � storage, and thai ilie parents live in u � comfortable honi" a short distance ! aii'tty, Ho says there is hut little fur- j 1 uiture In the two rooms occupied by j , the unfortunate men. and that, the ; . place is filthy, as is the condition of I i the men. lie also declares that the' | mother said she had not seen the Iiovh ; tor ii mouth, and evidenced but little j j Interest as to their condition. The of-j j fleer also declares that grooves are i Xtgtocl 7��T Vidn�7i M u4 tb� remitti will b� f*t�l t���r. H-* NuIom'b wtmin��: hMdMkM, iifi�, puin In the back, ate �ai�. Ta* Nation�l one * Okwtaal.O*. of Cainaa. Uaifcf, TawU. m ! The f.eling in local railway circles 1 ' is that in its announcement of new I construction to be undertaken next | 1 year the C. J'. H. will make provision j j to;- the completion ot the 40 mile gap j on the LothhrlilKo-Wcyburn line be-i tv.een Manyherrles anil Allawe.n. The 1  annual appropriations for new work | are made by the company In February t of each year, ami the announcement) this year will be awaited with Interest.) HONOR FOCH AND CLEMENCEAU Faris, Nov. L'0.-The French academy has decided unanimously io elect on Thursday next Marshal Foch to membership to replace Manittis dtt Vogue and Fremier Clenieuceau to r. place Kmlle Fagtiet, both of thene inembers having died finite recently. * * > WEOQINOt  >�*** + *>>:> Dl'CHAllMB-POWELL The marriage of MIa� Ida M. Ducli-,irme and .Mr. (Tamle I). Powell, of Clareaholm took place on Momluy, November M, at Winnipeg. Air. and .Mrs. I'owell will mako their home Iu Claresholm. � *  : * -� ? Whole villugeH have been annihilated In Delgium and and razed to the ground. The homes of the people have been burned ami tho population driven Into the countryaUle with no food or shelter. Htnrved and crazed with Iho fear of n hidden death or oven worne, thoso peasants have sought refuge in the woods and thero they have lived from day to day, as best they could, gathering reals and hcrba or whatever els�; they could find to sustain them utiil keep body and soul together. Many have died and llo uuburiod in tho ditches by the roadside, women and tiny children have been cruolly murdered, while others were forced to work for the enemy under the most brutal treatment and on starvation rations. Today the cry goes out from Hel-giuiu, not to any one country nor to Catholic Slster.i' bo*' I any one people but to humanity iu the The death, a Honolulu, is reported by the admiral's, per wireless press, of the mother 'inerlor. Mini-anna, of the Human Cutlio.'-' Order ot St. Fruiicis, a friend of Kobe.1 Louis Htevonson, and for thirty years' in charge of the j pital work at j Kaliiupapa, on Mr. Arabian of Stevensou," by him after lepers, and "Alother Mary the leper colony at I the island if Moloknl. I Halfour. in hu "Lifej quotes letter* .written' n week's visit to the reference la mudo to ^�l*d countries-"Help us or we �fcni " It is their S. O. 8. rull. It Is friititic. ilospulrlng, nppoallng. Shuulti that same call go out from u ship in diattoBs at sea, a country deluged by Hood or stricken by earthquake or ex Anne." She advised / plosion, help wtuld be ry.j*� t>> thuU ant ^l.otm weekly, she hear!! of "Mr. Cha^'in's' pew big contract.! and thought her earnings could be materially increased Negotiations followed, the defendant finally sign Ing up with Zu!i not cUaily apparent la ma until 1 heard th* Aavtian.Vocalion. Tha Wona'trful'full rich tafia of thi�, iu�t(iin*at ffordrd tha clarifying comparison, "Wlitu I h��rd tfia Vocation I reatuaa]' lhat htra waf iiwplring, thrilling qualit?. Hara �Iaa miuic that Would compel atiantion, that Would ix �ftath, aa full of intarMt at tha troth playing of tKe tacerd u at lha first. "A phonograph to highly parfaciad ( ">� (is'/.cl/oii v/tki VkchUm oaaJuMpnv 9l Jnulce-th* Qr�tm>?, Tklt (twli-t brings you all ta� iajtymcnt o/aiaitrioa-nfrli>-*qitiu you the pavtr to flnj with tht timttui*ll lattryaiaataMgi/a/ou. WiLUS PIANO CO. H. C. C. Sdmon, Mantgtr HuU Blkk � ;