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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMITCR 22, 1010 THE LETIIBniDCE DAILY IIF.IULD SEVEN For photograph. The simple gift that lends the touch of friend- ship without the embar- rassment of an obligation. Make the appointment early. Smith's Portrait Studio 906, 3rd. Avenue Phone 1471 DANCE--To-Morrow, Thursday November 23rifl, 8.30 to 1 a.m. in the Beautiful Splendid Floor Dress Optional Room of the Chinook Clch Delightful Music Admission couple INVITATIONS THROUGH ANY CLUB HON. SECRETARY CHINOOK CLUB. Mr. and .Mrs. IJaalEm are visiting in1 C'nlgnry. for a few '.Mrs. It. .1. Gordon. loth street south, J'B oiitcrtiiiniiu; on Friday a noon for Mrs. D. N. -Mat-Loan of niontun.' .Miss Kingr of Montreal, a doaconesH of the Presbyterian vluircu, will ad-j dresB thy prayer tins ami class of Knox church tliis evening nl] eight o'clock. i The regular monthly mcetim-, of the1 W. M. S. Auxiliary ol Wesley c-hurni will be held tomorrow at In Hie i church parlor. All an- cordially In- vited, The first round ol tin; Provincial High School Debating League for the Rutherford Cup will held in the Central school auditorium on Friday. November 24, at p.m. The sub-j ject ia: "Resolved thai conipulsury military training should ho introduced forthwith into the schools of the Do- i minion of Canada." Letiibridge HiKh school will debate against .Medicine Hat High school, and a very interest- ing debate is promised. Besides the debate, there will be a musical pro- gram and all are invited to attend. On Saturday the of tint {'tall of lliu bunk presented I-.1. II. Parsons Hella Cron- kiu-t whoso marriage n-rcr.tly an- nounced, will) a aiMiuit 01' Hours' Slivonvarc. Mr. A. Smith made the presentation ami the; good wishes of the stat'f. Mrn. Parsons is leaving the end uf iJwomber for where her husband is-with the Bank of Commerce. On Monday at Wesley tmrsonaju; the marriage wjis iierfoniicil Jiy Rev. 0. II. Cobhledlek of Mr. Oforcro Wightnn and Miss Alice KJcvctU both j of Rosnmuad, Alta. The bride was supported by Miss K, Muronda, of; Yetwood, Alta.. and the Rroom by Mr.j K. H. Williams of ItoEcmuad. brother j of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Wlgliton i are leaving for the Peace River tiis-j trict, where Mr. Wlghion will engage j in stock farming. (Spprial to tiie Iff raid) Blairmore, Nov. death oc- curred at the sans tar i urn tuberculosis hospital at Frank on Monday night of Pte. Dempsie, late of the 27th Bat- talion, who has been a patient there since the military authorities took it over. Pte. Dempsie was stricken with this treacherous disease while in train- ing in England, and was invalided back to Canada where he has been undergoing treatment at the various hospitals. The interment took place at the Blairmore cemetry on Tuesday afternoon, when most of the patients from the hospital attended. MILADY'S DRESS TO COST LESS Simpler Styles Decreed by Manufac-: turers' Association j cloth- ing for women promises to bo expensive than the leading styles a ys'ar ago in spite of vosc for materials, members of Na- tional Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufac- turers association said today at lite close of their annual convention and fashion show. The styles will be sim- pler and the cost of manufacture will be less, they said. Three styles of suits and three styles of coats were decreed. The simple tailored suit, the straight lino suit and the sport suit will be the models in suits and Uic cloaks will bo the motor coat, the sport coat and the top coal, knee length. ARE ALL FAKES KELLY HAS NICE NEW 1 JOB AHEAD FOR HIM London, Nov. being asked in the house of commons today why English papers permitted to publish photographs of the British ar- mored motor cars, or tanks, such as appeared in United States newspapers, David Lloyd George, 'the war secre- tary, said: "I have seen some of these photo- graphs, and they bear absolutely no semblance to the actual machines." SEVERE BRONCHIAL COLD Yields to Delicious Vinol. Philadelphia, Fall I was troubled with a very severe bronchial cold, headaches, bacliachc. and sick to my stomach. I was 50 bail 1 became alarmed and tried several medicines, also a doctor, but did not get any re- lief. A frieatl asked me to try Vinol and it brought the relief which I craved, so now 1 am' enjoying perfect C. Singleton. We guarantee Vinol, which contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptonates and {rlycero- phosphates, for chronic coughs, colds and D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Lethbridge. Also at'the best druggists in all Alberta Winnipeg. Nov. Kelly, Winnipeg's wealthy contractor, who has donned prison garb, has been placed in charge of a gang of convicts building a huge brick wall at the in- stitution, at Stony Mountain. Later on he will be given a position as ae-j countaitt In the office when the severe weather sets in. Dear Children: not get im- UT11' nt. 1 ige contracted sick- ness in California and our visit to the "Bay" Store in Lethbridge will be some- what delayed. Further an- nouncements will appear later Buster Brown r NINETEEN DIE WHILE HUNTING Escanaha. Mich., Nov. deaths since September 1 have hficn reported in the Michigan "big game IS of them due directly to hunting accidents and one to heart disease while hunting. In addition, there have been five serious injuries. 10 STAY II OFFICE Citizens Have Petition School Board Discusses Many Matjers SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS Chicago, 111., Nov. .._ through the medium ol Christmas sav-l ings clubs, featured by many local i t A n.lcllor j 'IQ 'nij banks this of putting in-an foi this year, it learned today. ALL LIVES SAVED is goiug to run. It is' Haiti- that there may he a petition circulated. to try and persuade the present mayor to stav oil Cor another term. School Board A _________ The monthly meeting of the school States steamer Siberia, stranded on board only a bare quorum. There Goodwin Sands, were landed at Deal ,vils a ]arge nst of accounts which Dover, Eng., Nov. Fifty-three passengers and crew of the United today by the Kingsdown lifeboat. CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and guaranteed by above Vinol druggist. wore passed, principally for coal, as the trustees evidently intend th it YOUNG WOMEN UYJOH PAIN Need Only trust to Lydia. E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound, says Mrs. Kurtzweg. Buffalo, My.daughter, picture is herewith, waa much troubled with .pains in her back and sides every month a n d t h e y would sometimes so bad'that it would seem-like acute in- flammation of organ. She read your advertisement in the and tried Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. there shall he no frozen noses in the school through any lack of prepared- She praises it highly as she bas been relieved of all these pains by its use. All mothers should know of this remedy, NOTICE. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Municipal and School Elections, 1916 Public notice is hereby given that meeting of the Electors of the City of Lctbbrldge will be held In the City Clsrk's nn Monday, the fourth day of December, 1916, from 11 a.m. until noon, for the purpose of receiv- ing petitions of nomination of candi- dates for the 'following offices; For Commissioner of Public Works of the cityvOf Lethbricige for a term of three For Trustees of the Lethbridge Pub- lic School District, No. 51, each for the terra of two years; three vacancies. F'or Trustees of. the Separate School No.. 9, each for the term of ''two years; three vacancies. Given under ray (land at Lethbridge, this 22nd day of ifoventber, A.D. 1916. DONALD A. DUFF. Ad. N. Returning Officer. BIRDS BUILD NESTS IN FACE OF ARTILLERY ____ _ ness 011 their part. The question of build nests in i appointing a truant officer was up for and all young girls who suner should European forests while'the trees are discussion. There does not seem to try it. MATILDA K.UETZWEO, HOI being shelled during artillery engage- mnny applicants and the matter is High St, Buft'alo, N. Y. ments, according to Dr. Arthur A. j iett wjth the secretary who will en- Young women who are troubled with Allen, head of tbe department devoted to land a man for a ;small painful or irregular periods, backache, to bird study 8t Cornell university, i'headache, idrsgging-down who spoke on "Bird Study and Life" Two of the teachers made applica- fajntjng indigestion, should spells or E. PjnkRaDi's Vegetable .Dinting sn at the thirty-fourth meeting of the tion for a raise in salary and the board Lydia _. American Ornithologist's union here i boosted them to" 5750 "to commence at compounj'" Thousands have been re- today. the nrst ot tlle year.. A -very favorable. to heaith by this root and herb Dr. Allen said a doctor with an'medical health report was ainblllauce corps in France counted from the doctorvalbng with his. bill. A J- 35 species of birds that had built nests j few additions to the high school lib- Ji I in ruins of buildings and trenches rary were authorized. During the mau'who is sick and needs lielp- he declared, "is simply matter of temperature." during the cold weather. Rev and Mrs. Wilkinson leave to- night'to attend .the .Methodist con-! Many were preparing ;to resume on ventlon at Calgary.'. Monday. Miss Ferguson of Macleod is at present the guest of Miss Bobbie. The "primary room Has been closed for a cquple of days, this week owing sta inches of'snow fell on to the absence of the teacher, Miss Saturday night. Threshing operations Bull, who is'-ill Calgary for a tew have now received anothev setback, days. WHERE BRITISH GAINS ARE PILINR HP. In thia big action the British' wont ahead so fast that the wound.iii wore- oilW'flil while-the action was still inder way, many being able to walk to the rear uuhlndcred. The more you know about the part- icular you are about aroma and flavour more, you will appreciate "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. Once you have tried it, your choice will always be Chase Sanborn's "SEAL COFFEE, I and.J pound line ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. V ;