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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta W> 'Monday, November 22, wis THE LETHBHlSdE DAILY HEhD PACffl�$ We Sell for Cash Lovriv Hew Coats and Skirts ^refill ShipipentQfv l^ite Styles Jiist to hand thiji ] - COATS shown in latest curl* �ncl p|(j�h^ PT�"- C02 50 to �35.00 : oifially black*;'.titer up to-*^;;;Frie*a*.v,v;.v.i,,�r"""MW~. T :t;,; s- ' WklRTS in'volW and silks! ^a^.p|��ted-* �f.'yJtfr*esy garment** � 1 "ww * weww GET FIRST cjnOlfct Off THIS LOVELY NEW LOT. wit in Pride :/-bt^ Every one bought thia Season, consequently lower' by'one^hird than prices of previous year*.. Al-Wjady we have sold more Furs than we did th,e entire season last-year, which is pretty conclusive evi. |Ace of the superiority of the values and astpjftmenty.;** coiridared with other* in the.city. \ ts ...........$46.00 I 1 Best Mink Sets "............. .$115.00 to $137. aek Fox Sets fjjack Wolf ?ets.............. .$g5.0Q. and $27(SfJ . ^9land Fbx Sets ...". -..........'..;.. i..;$25.00 "White Thibet Sets...............$8.50 to $20.00 jfebpard Sets .. I...........;.... .|a�.0ft, 50 ft feo'Wep1; Fox, Sets...........�'......� � $TbpJ00 Isabella Fox Sets ........$9QXK)t�t Blue Wolf Sets ..... .................$65,00 -Gr*^-Squirrel Sets................____........165,00 , $1.75 $6.50 itt-.e Voile* aMr�re�* de Chin*** �!�!'��W�U*�*fWf;:t1.*jt P��rj�C'Vaw�*y of style*; colors cream; black} >Jif*y, Belgian biue,flealy.etc.;. made l^atyl^^W^ftlj^or^ir.low; extra good quality silk de: chlt**,..^ , MEW CH&ISTMAS WAISTfc -. - isV-e Voile* aMr�re** ** Stye*** �tW-U^iJ& P��rj�C'Vaw��y of style*; colors cream; . blaekj 4h�*. Crafijiroolc, Nor. 18.-A. meeting of the Oranbrook ,Brsijich vqf the y Canadian Patriotic Association w^s, .held in the^^ouncil chamber,AVeda�8d4y;:ev-ening^;Novembcr 17th. Gep, P. Stcv-eusonvpresided, .and nr his opening re ' the front Without titaw'itig onthc pto-vincial fuhisi' . f,''"j 1 ; ' The^minimuhi'-tadiint ;of rribliev for which't,,.the .,.appeal which is jto'be made wilt meet' with a satisfactory vxtsp^>n�g. _ .. . , Hev. W. K. ^oWpson addressed tile meeting '.anil forcibly^ imbte^se'5 upon those' present,- Hhe'' ricce's�ily of fully realizing the great issue* involved in tho struggle*:n .'which*'we; are engaged. The very-. foutj*atlonvof *he! social fabric ;ofhumaii*life,y.he'*'said;.seems tot$ecing?at> timfpieeent'injiirottet', and we,according to the sacrifices we I make, may ,bci.the added weight in the marks flieotioned that Cranbrook had | seal? ^that will'� settje TtW ;d^my of provUlaS^more rectmts than attv otl/-!.tHe lfuttian rp&e Jdb'y&&\ to come, er tolyjt'-in the province of-7similar 'He siioke of the reports aiJpedrittg in popufatton. Also that sufficient funds the newspapers telling of the thous-had bean: provided locally �� to take ands of ;lives!ithat'!are^bein'gl sacrific-carc cfiihe dependents of ;those �d; >buti'�a1MKfftirarte"!!tiftieS~ we lead Sunlight Soap. The inducementf offered with common eaaps cannot mnke up for^tllfe^ptinty of Sunlight Soap. It cofttl^raMore & make pure soap; but it costs YOU less to use it, for Sunlight paj the clothes(MU^ not ^ the fabrica like common, I".'5 6a a bar at, all Grocers* as T reports of thpusands-.of dp,ll4rs jiptag spent on sellish indulgence'and amusement;. At a time like the present J'fey-1 penditures' for persbii'al pleasures; should'� be eliminated' and, evserjr �(."�effort' directed'to the cause � x>f .m.pi'ce.. If we fail to realize that the " death of every soldier is a sacrifice for 'us, and do not govern ourselves ^mjot^fi inglyir 'we" are pro-GermanHt,Ea^he?.-l thati' Britishers. lr we caqn^Agqf' to the firing line, we have no1 pxcUse. whatever for not taking our - place1 in the fighting Itnci-- ��, � itfiftu At this stage of the. pto*eeding,s� Private � David G lenday,-. "wh^ > has" bepni, invalided home, entered the'hall and was accorded a rousing reoeptioB!. On-nsiug to speak, Private-Glenda^rConi, firmedt thai remarks,- > of;*the; previfoms; speaker, and. referred briefly to the murder of Miss Edith Cavell, He deplored the fact 'that - 'after jiftjeen-months of the ;war, three" yrete' still so 'many" single men, i(qt...-'cihr^:.!/'in. England and other parts of the 'En^ pire, but in Canada, who were .not yet "doing their bit.". He emjilrasft^ ed very strongly 'tlie, ,dutjf 'of, all We*'1 bodied' nn'rnarried "men 'and/jqiote . the large proportion of married'mtal who had left) their wives'.arid chiWrMj' and entered the service of/their#|Cim->* try, iwTiile so many single-, menu, stillr held back. He intends to .'do, u; aome recruiting work among single men.' He mentioned that the present war was the second time he had fought in the service'of his country, - hayinau been on active servjee- atJ'the' time*'of !j the Boer War, which he said was a trifling- matter 'compared- ^wrthi u;ttn; present struggle^ He referred to the difference in cost of the war tq tlie country^ if tfip, marxied;'men iwould cojntj mPWajf nstcad.of allowing1 .'the' "FrulM-tives" is the Standby ill Tills Ontario Home ztfjQSlusm, Ont., Aug. 25th, VUM* "9fyUriftw�samatiyrtoConsHpatton. We fried everything on the calendar ^ithoft'satisfaction, and -spent large sums of money, until wo happened.on 'Fruit-a-tfveaY We have used it in the /ftmjjy, for about two years, ancl we woUUinot use anything else as lon^ as we can get "Pruit-a-tivos." J. W. HAMMOND.. i Ji^pfOn-pTVfKS" is made from fruit -juioes and tonics-is mild in aotiou-and pleasant in taste. 00c. a box, 6 for $2.00, trial sue 'Jm. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-�-tives Lunited, Ottawa.. il; the speaker quol-ed the following^Jig-Ures.;- There was expended for relief ID?: �: ii; Au^iiaftd Sept., f014 .$ 10,0553)0 October ~;t\\:............ 29,00$3)0 November................ 189,d00:00 Betiember ............... 278,000.00 iMATchflW :.�:>;.:w i '�2#� * i^?i5,'Tn^ntr"MT.0,1*foqd nd _____lysl____ gi^tjbas it-refute Substitutes married men, with wives ana' child^^"m:r^""W"1 drugs Jt cannot ��' h. nrnviHnH fnr T ' ��"mprovw Mood; 4t benefits lungs ren to be provided for. K. Nation, the provincial .secretary of the Canadian Patriotic association,, expressed his pleasure-at->the,.Qppgr^ tuqity afforded .him- ;to ..explain.....ihe objects, - operation, and .re^bfrements df the -great* national organization. Tlie Canadian Patriotic Fund.� she said, is face to face with a heavjy Responsibility. Nine million dollarsll is the estimated amount required J, to carry on the work .in the Dominion during the ensuing ^year. He 'pien-'tionea. tljat! the ''administration otf! the "fund was an* intricate^ and difficult matter. Not only is assistance l*ing rendered to the families and den^hd-cnts of our own soldiers, but to�the families, of reservists of the Br^tjsh army, and navy and the armies 1 ^and navies of our allies, resident in. Panada. TJie families of Americans)fin--ll.Sted,in-our.army, who reside iigjbhe Unite4 states are being looked, jitter by,. aV organization with headquarters iai^ewij'koflcjy -r ---^Peaking of the.necessity of reiiliz-inn; the critical situation being ^ced at pre'serft; , when : weryr ounceij! bf strength an'd effort is necessary }i for success to bo attained, he stateifl^hat) there were only two ways j in Mthii;h; we, as a people, could assist, � xlzl: To fight, or. to pay. i ' � Mr,^ >7atio'n briefly outlined trief organization of the fund and | its growth. The system adopted" i�} for alf'-Branches to remit to the 'head office for the province, which nVittrn remits all .monies received, and;frbm tune'to time drafts are made on| Ottawa for wliat amounts are needed. Some districts raise a considerable amduntj but require very little, f for disbursements, .while other diattipti; having sent yuany ,men to the, 'jf|oBl have .to draw heavily on the gei'iral fund but cannot send in very jf^rgo subscriptions. ^one per which has been more-than coveri interest on credit balances. ; As showing the way in which|the'i-MU.  demands on the fund have increased.' � sod strengthens the system, your drug. -'-'�*jas it-refuse Substitutes Scott & BowaerTorotftbLQdt. 15-n An Appeal to Wives 'Vou 'know ,the terrible  affliction that comes to .many home* from the: result of a drinking' husband or son. You know of the money wasted on "Drink" that is needed in the home to ^purchase food: and'clothing. OR-BINE has saved thoUsandB: of drinking! men. It is- a home treatment. Norsanttarium /expense. - Can/ be- given secretly. -W6 are in 'earnest: when .we ask you to give ORRINB a trial. You have nothing to risk and everything to gain, for.-your money, will be. re.tpmed if after a-trial you fall to, get .results from-OKRINJS., ;if>RRINB is prepared-in two formsi No. 1, secret, treatment; ORRlNB No. 2 th e voluntary treatment.. Costa only $1.00, a box. Ask Ha for booklet. Red Gross Drug Store. .Tnlrd^Avenue S, Lethbrldge, druggUts,, The Women's Civic Club will hold a and Dance IN THE MASONIC HALL � Tuesday, ivov. 23rd. Come and M*v* a Qeod Time. Commence at M-jp,vij,p: l.i/VT|CK5T�:^'v - V ': SO*; EACH . -fitf /� / - - . -.vjsVi,,;;;;^ Miss Kuth|Link,.who has hcen visiting Miss Hon hell, left this morning for Mirror Lake, B, C. � � * Mrs. Li vie,'- 529' 13th street south, will entertain the memhers of the Orange lodge tomorrow afternoon. , -. � V � -Mrs; A. Roy,-519 Seventh St., will hold her post-nuptial reception on Wednesday afternoon. I * * * The ladies and girls of St. Augus-tin's church are Invited to attend- a social and missionary evening tonight at St;. Augustin's hall. Everyone is asked to bring their work. � �  The Women's Civic Club are holding a card party and'dance tomorrow night at 8 o'clock iri  the - Masonic, hall, The Civic' Club' gave several of these card parties last year and everyone who attends is assured of a good time:  ' ' : The Alexanuer Gait Chaptsr, I. O. D.'E.- request that - all mufflers and wristlets that are being .made, be handed in � bv the end of the month,, as to be of much service to the sol-�dtdrs thev nitisV-.be sent off very shortlv: -  * * * The pantry sale and tea held Saturday by the Central W. C. T. U. will-augment1 the Travellers' Aid fund by the goodly'STttri of $42.00. The W.' C. T. U. arc verv grateful to everyone, for.itheir-kind assistance, especially to Mrs.'' Blenner-Hassett for the loan of the building, and to the boys who helped in the afternoon and evening. .�>�.. -,i Twenty couples enjoyed an inforijiai little dance on Saturday evening m' Harper's *all: Messrs:-. Morris. E. J. McKenzie, yGOFdon^spencer and Downer were a committee who  were re. sponsible for the. pleasadt evening. Mrs. \V. H.'Mftrns.and Mrs. Downer were the cnanerones-oi the dance. A program- 'of' twenty dances was en-1 joyed till midnight, when supper-was served.  St.' Mary's� Wv A; gave a -banquet on Satutdav evening in the ..Parish hall for the battery boys connected' with the church, who are shortly leaving tor the east. The guests of tlie'jivening-^vere -Oscar: Willetts, K. Matthews, -8:' Log*B; K.. Savage, R. Sutherland, and the returned 'lierO, W. Carnll'i. About 100 sat dOWnr'to supper^- 'Iiuchahan>>l'.:Miis. Reive,. J Wash Clotlis.w 0 5.. Knfttlng,'.Club,^ ^'"E.tl. Myjrt?c:>'-Jtose.-~''.;>.: TjOba'cco^-Miss- Peine* icri' Wives ^rUmi''! 0uni-"SoWlers'-1- " CluV'.v.. '* I- ff aodterehief g-r-jAli*6 IJeiirJeH; - 2 ,M>:^. CojpmWm^V'^1 Shir^t^WK*/ ar(^s;'t?M^it^6ie^fs,, Mcjkeow^*'&Vv of Englanisi,fjr}^af 2 WeBtmins*r.cliadl Church., Ladies'"*'0* (Commerce);*:. - wtmrtsmftiiam cidb,'1 MtfiT^a DoTothy;.'Marr: Mrs. Sraitft ( , ^ Phillips, '2^Miss'Pat tral school)'. ^Mrf \McKeown. -. Muf^fxs - 2 Dob'sbn^CMrsi ;0 1 Mona,,jForilKjL Miss Filroer, l'Pli A number' sent in t /wi|hon^$srinriM^f-^' would' -o--i.-^-1./.v-i-.-.p-.v^v. nT.,aame.}*-s side^the parcel, ^s-'^t'.iK'pur ;only -way Kills the .Bacteria causing many- diseases. No diseases' ,| can be traced to Pasteurized Milk. .... Sold only by ; ^ ,. The Crystal Dairy;� PHO(IE 1576 overload the sto-. m4bh at the morning meal: 1 also ! knjfWf: tne great yalue of Grape-Nuts 'When: the atorhach la too weak to digest other'food. ..... ..... .. .. *Tnis. is1 writtanf.after, an'experience ��' iglPe. toan,,2Q.fiy>ra. treating, ail .m�ii�r of chronic and .acute diseasee andjliie tetter II voluntary, on jny parTfWihoi " mi pf aVtJ^M^e\Bttl}.;b� urge.*jBvi%^e|jfcKi*��- ituuiu i:.u�v :., *D0k6u ftlWt.i^thB Qg^�nlisted in the Kiltie Regitefr onwSaturday, and he is now weatfiig-' ^^rtan^adge^.^j.^ "'{f, arcely Half of \%- A. EVLYN SBJIIH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITl|RC * Studio 906 ThJro Avenue Mext to Baptist. Churchir>j' - WEAK, Remedy " .....- "**L. Here- -is another-' It^tNsr- that haS*P just, come ''to,,-.ME;;aUeaU^BfCUBiiri3# the power of Vinol to 'build up,Ce*itani and strength for weak; -^yplfflfflPl children. 1 ,..  jj* :W, -A. ;SmiUi;. of vShafle�vlller?;QIMd3l says H'My little, ehUd. -,mkW^SI weak and ailing," CouWmt&m^Wm night and would: not eat.' 1'learned r about Vlnol and tried^tyas^listKffl in a week noticed, an, imnroveraeatl well, -strength' and 'fcealtfcfwe**7i�SMfL �uilt up. We think ^in^liis^^x*!*^! lent for weak, puny;chiIdren.*'�L'-riW^ iron tonic without of!, contafnlng peptone Which crates^ an abMtie*?*3 tones, .up.,-the :^ digest!wi^ii^sL i -� riches^the.blood and'cWiles^rloi -^children: Jove to talce'>lt,;':f.S''^i! delicate children inthis vicinity .jj try Vinol with: Uie^unaeret&dl^tJ�V we will, return your nioriey if^SSl to /benefit ybuf little $hW* "'j'' b^BfjL inhotham &'Go: druggists, l^t^bMUl^^ Albetta-Advertisement "^3" {Edmonton, and'although aid^reaVhf 'her imntediately*,' 'She--'was^fo^s^iiiogMe have died almost instantiy..'^�*pr&3*| faclure.:.was given asthe ofkuse:* ..-'u J,t is expected tliat relaWve�:;fro;mlidy^,: monton will arrive' to take'Chatjfe^fij^l the remains - tomorrow.. " ~ msTmsPM . " " ; - IjH 3 A't jtheir...�.meetjuig^t&l&afnrningJbthe^l commissioners spes*A^hsfdeirable�thie' wrestling with the unpaid tax^proln lem. They- hesitated to adopt drftWlo-proceedings to force property bolters* Pay, but at; thej;sateei,t|nte *heSjas-a pressing need: for the money' dulfIphvi unpaid taxes. Up to date there fsfcufr been collected in-1915/ $231,475,2fl?pV about 42 �per -cerit. ^(fe^S'.-^afi^ Since the; appeal w.afi.made on [email protected]^ b?r 6th, $23,08*.15^'s-*omd-inMSftj:' the .commissioners ^re ('S^ill.f^hQBjngV that citizens will, rn^Vfr e*W�a-'' vor tO''-par.'at-iea�tL::'ai\paif'v'6fr win* 'ffit the stomach and to .stop tjie,food\ifalj^ mentation,wbb;h creates,.the igasi't," acid in ,tUe stomach must Ihe aeut isea,nnd that for tntt'pur*oie\tha* is ndtning'"auite so?goQ&wirfi4si tej fies~theT