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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1915 THIS LETil BRIDGE PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadi. Block Christmas Goods Arriving Daily Many lines now ou display suitable. 1'wr giJ together with specially priced clearing linos in every department oi'.the store oi! particular importance to wo-' men supplying' their needs this week. NEW CHRISTMAS KIMONAS SI.75 to Crepef qncl Silk de Chine A. now assortment of the most becoming styles we liiivo had to aliow, inatle with elastic ban-J at perfect, flltiug; all sizes.. MORE NEW COATS Black and Navy. A nice collection ot" late styles hi plain colors that are hard to get. The best valuos wo liave yet had to show. Knitting- Pins 25c Two sizes Just to hund; very scarce this Ik Hose Regular value. Extra heavy, good wearing host, white, bluck, sky anO pink. 'COAT SALE SI 2.75 'Worth up "to; ?20'.00 Made Qf heavy, pure wool materials; homeless :The, fire, started in a store owned y a Syrian and spread all along the south shore of the river. One child ig their .sewing, help the Travellers' BUROETT NEWS Burdett. Alta'., Bak. monthly work. Aid by giving donation to the worthy large number attended the patri- be worthy to the was. burned to death. The damage, is., otic social ami dance held at Dia- end-. estimated at 'some Every Day Someone Imdiviml llut tea or cotlce drjuking is the unsuspected cause ol aches and Thai steady nerves and n clear brain are oiten to tlic tegular tea 01 coffee drinkei j Oui is (e.i and It's Up to You to dc Anstrom and family have gone to North Dakota for the -winter. TJie Proctor family has moved to Lethbndge Another severe' 'windstorm visited Burdett on Hay racks were blown over and demolished. Wm. E. vvcjl. known St. Thomas, merchanti is dead. Red Cross Notes Miss Pinkhsm, hon.-sec. of the pro- vincial branch, of the Red Cross, and Mrs f I! Wangcn, supt of siLoplies, Calgary, will visit the Lethbndge branch of the Ked Cross on day All. of. those in charge of'the sew ing in the different .societies .'and any one sprciallv interested in Red Crois work arc requested to come and meet them on afternoon at i (i'cldok in the Red Cross rooms. Aca- dia block Miss Pinkham nil! be the guest of Mrs Reeve and Mrs. "Waagen of Mrs L. M. Johnstone. Blackburno.Tlioh. secretary of tlio local Red Cross '-committee, ac- knowledges receipt 6f proceeds from the Eastern Star ilanco oir Tues- day evening last. IMie importation of silencers for ffrcarmk has been prohibited AIIS train. Efeetric drill! have .been invented for surgical operations on the human U distresses TOU aa much as her! Why continue to treat It by dosing the stomach (which 13 not ailing) with cough .mixtures, syrups, "Uke? -You will ;never cure Inng'troubles 'by dosing stomacliv -The Peps war is en- tirely different.- :-Peps are tablets made np ot Pine extracts and medi- cinal when put Into the msuts turn healing vapors Tlieie are breathed down direct to the lungs, -throat and bronchial swallowed down to the ig not ailing. Peps contain nc, morphia, lauda- num, nor any of the poisons which >are found In many-of the old-fash- ioned syrups Peps are, therefore, best for aged people and for young children. Peps do not disorder the stomach; they sweeten the breath, ate pleasant to take, and are the latest and best that science can offer for the treatment of epughs, colds, bronchitis and allied lung troubles. SOc ail druggists and stores or for price from Peps Co, Toronto Rteeraber the Macleod Indian on Way Home from Front, Dies Calgary, Alta., Nov. news of the death in, Quebec Friday of Al- bert Mountainhorse, the young Mac- leod Indian, who "was on, his. way home from the front, reached the city, terday, in a telephone message from Key. Mr. Middleton ot the Blood Re- serve; to Mrs. Sidney Houlton, ona of the Anglican workers among the Al- berta. Indians. The news has caused universal regret among the many-who knew the young man and followed his career for the past few years. Born on the Blood Reserve at Mac- leod, he was a type of- what educa lion and Christianity cauld do for the Indian, and his intelligence and desire for advancement for his people as well as himself, made him a great fro orite -with teachers and pupils in St. Paul's There he re: ceived his education, and later: be- came drill instructor for the cadet company of the school, He was also a member of the local mflttla, and when the first cull to. arms came, he enlisted in the and left for the front. fie was "gasaed 3t St Julien apit developed .tuberculosis The remains are expected .to arrive in Macleod Friday, when a public.fun- eral will he held to- Church. An escort Home Guard and Cadets vwill accom- pany the body to the school cemeterv where-.interment take place. BUCK OUT ON BAIL Calgary, Alta., Nov; E. Buck, president of the Black Diamond Oilfields, Ltd., furnished .bail in the sum of in ilr. Justice Stuart's court yesterday afternoon, and'was re- leased from the R.N.W.M.P. barracks where he has been confined in de- fault of the required bonds Mr. .Buck himself furnished.; 000; Aid.. Cr'ande'11 Mrs.'.Buck' aud John Herehemertomtz ?2 500. BIG, HEARTY JABYBOY Beck's Fondest Hap- piness and Baby. MECHANICAL TRANSPORT DRIVERS WANTED Mechanical transport drivers who desire to enlist-for service with the Imperial Army, should forward their applications in writing to the District Officer Commanding Military IMstrict No It, Calaary Alta, with As Iljtie delay as possible, as 3000 .men.are're- quned the Imperiai The rate of pay Is 'cliein i'br skilled 'driver in: addi- tion to free rations, clothing and'ac- commodation, Separation .allowance will be grant- yd to families or dependents at.the following rates Wife only, ?2.69 per wife and' one child, 13.54; wife and two child- ren, wife and three children, f5 24 ami 70 centa pci week for eaqh (hHd in of lliree, and who a.re under sixteen years of aaje. Separa' lion allowance Le ptml four weeks Upper Lahave, N. S., with to tnuk you for the benefit I by Ukm? Ljdu E PinkhunV Vegeta- ble Compoond for female troubles from which I was 8 gnat suftenr, so that I wai com- pletely run down in health. Other med- icine did not help me, but.Lydia E. Pmkhun'; Vegeta- ble Compound made me and strong. 1 now have a big, hearty baby boy, and praise your medi- cine for the wonderful lot of good it has done Mrs. ISRAEL BECI, JR., Upper Lahave, Lnnenburg Ofc, N. S Canada The darkest days of husband and wife- when thoj come to look forward to a childlw and lonely old age Many a wife has found herself inca- ..pable of motharhood owing to some de- rangemant 'of the feminine system, often curable by the proper remedies In many homes once childlen there are mw children because of the fact that Lydia, E PinUam'a Vegetable Compound makes women normal. If you hare the slifclitwt doubt that Lydin E. Pinkhiim's ble Compound will help (confidential) iu vtee. and held tn strict ;