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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914 There is one Illustrated weekly journal "'which is for and enthusiastically commended injeyery Canadian city and town 'from Halifax to Vancouver. This joyrnal is THE LITERARY DIGEST published in New York and with one million readers in the United States. The reason for this unprecedented popularity at this time is due in part to its complete and comprehensive treatment of the great events and world-wide influences of the War, In reporting the War it "reproduces maps, pictures, documents, speeches, editorials important as presented in London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Petrograd, New York, and other news distributing centres. THE LITERARY DIGEST is read by the "big" people everywhere; the men and the women who lead their communities in thought and in social and civic activity. It covers every week the entire field of human achievement- science, discovery, politics, art, literature. The best of everything printed in the world during the week is reproduced in THE LITERARY DIGEST on Saturday. Its immediate phenomenal success in Canada is a credit to the fairness and sincerity of Canadian judgment. No other illustrated journal in the world gives its readers such a satisfying record of a war which may in future years be: looked back upon as the greatest event in the history of civilization. Buy week's LITERARY .DIGEST from your neWS- If he is sold out ask him to order -f or you. Annttql 'subscription rate us T-V 1 V 3 JJon t miss this week s number. FUNK WAGNALLS COMPANY, 354 Fourth Avenue, NEW YORK Publishers of the "New Standard Dictionary" Will Shirleyot Lethbridgo'baa been accepted In ttw Ambulanco Jorps ol .'.Calgary. The Ladles' Aid of the Christian church will meet on Wednesday at 2 o'clock In the church'for work, and make final arrangements for tho which will be held Friday at ternoon, November 28. In Frache's old store in the Coaldale block. All mem- Iters are urged to bo present, as there is much to bo planned for. The general meeting of the Math- csis -club' ill- be held tomorrow after- noon in the t M C A auditorium at i o clock The historj secti6_ have charge of. tie meeting. Miss Bennett will address the meeting on the wars of Germany leading up to the present 'war. Members may in vile a guest. .Guests ore askod to come Al the Bazaar- on Friday in St. Aug ustin's Hall, there will be a lovely display of dolls'. clothing, all sizes and of the' latest-styles. Also a 1im-j Ited number of- fancy baskets and fern woven from the new crepe pa per rope, now so popular in the east. s The W.A. of St. -Mary's Church will hold theit annual on Decem- ber 16 in St. Mary's Parish hall. Five per cent, of the proceeds will go to- ward the patriotic fund Mrs. Parrot and Mrs. Reid were the hostesses at yesterday's meeting. The ladies of Commerce and Dia- mond City are ..working: for a sale of fancy work, etc., to be held -on Dec- ember 11, for the Patriotic fund: and Indian missions. The School Board f Commerce has granted a holiday nd the nee of the school house. ach lady lias been asked for a dona-1 on, and" there will be splendid and sefu'i tbiugs for sale at a low fig- re In the evening, it is proposed i: have a dance The lirst aid class will meet- tomor- afternoon-in the-Central school t 4.15. The Wesley Ladies'- Aid will hoVd a I lambovv Ba-aar on December 1st Veslev Hall. There will be a home-! ookuip; anil i cMidv table Afternoon ea will he srnel 1m per tent ol he proceeds ot tl t ba-aai will be onated to the Patriotic Fund >ny I oil; who lias donat'ons of >elloi nd' white are kindly asked to send lis same to Mrs. Ilufncr, 631 11th treet tomorrow, and those having cd and green nil! oblige by forward ng the samt. to mrs 418 Fifteenth St, south ihe Women M Societj ol Westminster church mil meet at a o'clocl- on Thursdaj paper on 'Systematic reaa oy Mr- Jrancis, and a solo will be con tnhuted bj Mrs Wallwark IN GERMANY Caiss with Two Deaths, in Prussia and Silesia Paris, Nov. cases of chofe'ra are reported to have appear ed in Prussia and Unper Si.esia ac- cording to a dispatch from Basel, Switzerland (o the Haias Agency Two deaths from the disease so far in those districts GERMAN STAFF SHELLED ESCAPE IN NIGHTIES Fans. Nov to an of fickl statement, French artillery sac fce4ed last night in getting the range of BO'ith of Dixmniden, where the German general staff was Installed, The French shells com jelled 20 officers to run from the A Christian home and an effective school are combined For prospectus and terms, write the Principal K. L WABHEK, M.A., D.D., St. TlwmM O.t 61 building in night attire during a bliz- Eard, W J Magrath, president of the Ed monton Industrial association, has de- clined to rnn as mayor. NOgTKILS AND HEAD STOPPED UP T FROMCOLD1 TRY MY CATARRH BALM U any drug store This aweet, frag ne balm dissolves by the heat the nostrils, "penetrates and heals lhi> n flamed swollen which linos the nose, head ana throat, lears the air passages' stops I nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansins soothing relief comes immediately Dont lay awake tonight struggling; tor breath, with head stuffed; nostrilo closed, hawking and btowWl. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, fonl mucous dropping Into the throat, and donesa is distressing but truly needless pat jour .1'Ely'e Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear Sold by I B rJiginbotham Co, Limited, Loth bridge InatSihtly Air Paawgea; You Breitne'Freely, Dull Headache floei; Nasty Catarrhal Dlecharge Try "Ely's Cream Balm del a small bottle anyway, just to Httle In the nostrils and clogged nose and stopped up air passages of the head will open, you will breathe freely, dullness and headache disappear By morning' the catarrh cold in-head or catdrihal throat will be gone Ind rucli misery now' Get the smfflt of "Ely's Cream Balm" LENZO (3 EXCKLtENT FOR SOFTENING WATER FOR WAI CtOTHES AND DISHES HAS HEALTHY EFFECT ON HANDS t MANtlFACTURED BY The Manufacturing Co., Ltd, C' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. People's Forum A HURRY CALL FOR HELMETS AND CHOLERA BELTS The Daughters of the Em pire need more cholera belts and helmets for., the Christmas box going nest Monday to the CENTRAL RELIEF COMMITTEE Editor Herald reply to your eultonal, ttie Nursing Mission is Central Relief and to it all cases of distress should j X wl When the commissioners handed nighiTwease call at 423 Eighth the work to them, Nurbing street South for the wool Uso Mission undeitook to do the rellei nil anj who are now knitting work lor the city, and every case 'found by them, or reported to them, has been iupplied with whatever was necessary, lood, clothing, free nurs ing (where there was and manj olhei things found lacking There has never been any friction teiwcen the Mission and, other charit- able societies The Red Cross, as a matter oi fact, does not diet, for up to the present time they haie not received their charter When they their work is to make hospital sup- plies The Patriotic Fund, so far, Oas not expended a dollar in Lcihbndge, but -when it gets into working outer their money is to be spent the families oi those who tane gone to tbe front It should, therejore, he tal OM of tnese articles hv Saturday Mildly take all their finished working, wristlets 'belts or helmetv'to :the same address, not later than Satur- day night. TAKE GUMBINNEN German City It 6S Milts Southeast of Koenigaberg London, Nov correspond ent of the. Telegraph' In Petrograd re- irts the taptnre of Gumbinhen in irthern Bast Prussia, the Ru the front It shoiild, tteKOM, he uumbmnen, b6 mile, ioutheast o clearly understood that -the; Boning tKoeiligBberg ffl ot the Mission is the only organization W eovernment district of the same the cltv doing local relief (apart _ DoCu.atiOB i. BDOUt from the Reservists- fsnitliss, xvho are being lOoLed after by the Daugh- ters of the Empire T The Mission will''be glad at any lime to givte anv1 information to any person, o, committee, regarding name Ha potation Is about Dennis Florence Hallren, a plaintiff in a damage suit in a Van court against XVillfam Holden committed suicide at Granite Falls work A'NN 6 M TILLEY, Supt Nussmg Mission TWO -GENERALS SUICIDE Wanaw Dlipatoh von. Bndow von Bromcl Killid Them wlvft After DefMt Potrcsrad NOT dlipttcli frosn Wahaw w the RnwW'WOTo Mb German generals, von Sov and von Hromel, congkltted ant' tide at Czonitochowii, Po- land, after a derman defeat. The English tunjuagc i> of varied usei, for iattince, It In re- ported that about 200 COWAN'S SOLID OtOCOUTE MAPLE BUDS BUn of deliciousnesi StillEvajtellert Wednesday Bargains at the Hudson's Bay Offer Boot Sale Most of you know the splendid wear there is in tills popular impelled Lngllsh K make Ladles Boot- in uUok and j9K tan blucher and button sUles, newest ksifciis reg ft. buys a pair of these Men's Bluchers Small ouautitj ot Men s Tan Calf Hli cher nootb made of se- lected Icafhei good sensible shape- will give plentj of eg 7g bolld wtar value w Hosiery bargains of merit 45c pair ,__ Jnl liHf.fik lil HosiefV IS fill Countfi! 4Sc Ihis stores reputation for special prices, 1.1 Hosier; is well known Hoie is a special tliat ill make our Countoi busy tomorrow -VI ribbed all nool Cashmere I'ose SV4 to 10, 75c Wedneidij onlj jer pair...... Wednesday Candy Treat FRESH AND DELICIOUS iusl received; 50- pounds of this assortment. Chocolates. 'Hand Made Caramels, values to 9QQ per jiound. Wednesday, pound Specials from our "Quality First" Grocery ONTARIO BALDWIN APPLES, 7 pounds for KNOIRS' SOUPS, as- sorted, 6 tablets for. SWIFT'S PREMIUM (Just 25 whols 9 1 ft half ham, per pound... 1 W 25c CRISCO for frying, for shorten- ing, for cake making. Special prices Wjednesday pound size 3 pound size- Price 58c Ladies' Sweater Coats Ladies who have, promibed themselves a Sweater be mterasted 111 these All Wool Plain Knits, Roll Shawl CO QC Collar- in all popular shades 5176 lines Ladies' Drawers 4Se Flannelette Drawers, soft and durable imported materials._Ey cryoue GOe for Dinner Sets Dainty White China with nar- row' gold band, piece Dinner Set: B cups, G saucers, six 5-inch plates, six 6-inch plates, six S inch plates, 6 soup plates 6 fruit nappies, 1 vegetable dish, 1 salad, 2 gravy boat, 1 tankard, cream jug, 1 slop bowl; complete Price J- aiuji Ladies'Corsets The well known "Royal Wor- cester" tine of Corsets. This one is Jfodet 220, has four hose sup- ports, is made of French Coutil. 23 only to sell Wed (JJ1 9Q nesdas S2 alues I Men's Negligee Shirts QUALITIES 99c EACH Neat designs and pin striped effects in coat style shirts, stiff cuffs; all popular colorings, all. sizes ?1 DO values QQn Sale Price Hudson's Bay Co. Wednesday the Sixth Day Of our Closing Out Sale of Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Prices preva.ima throughout are as low a. 9rt them The at and wonderfm Women', Serge Dresses .t 90 .nd 90 REAL BARGAINS. The Sale Continues all This Week--Don't Miss it SILK Newert styles, pretty shades Sale SILK Sale Price SILK VELVET. Overskirt stylos Sale CORDUROY Sale Price SERGE Sate' Price Sale Price 50 SERGE Sale Price WOMEN'S C19 Cfl Sale Price OTHER SUITS AS LOW CO EQ Salt Price i About 80 WOMEN'S COATS to. be cleared out the. cost of materials: WOMEN'S COATS 4S LOW fig QQ Sale Pnco WOMEN'S COATS AT Cg BQ Sale Price WOMEN'S COATS AT FROM Sale PHc Reduced Prices on Dress Goods 'Dress Goods and Suitings. ieg. Si lines. Sale I Fine Cloth Suiting, and Skirtings. Sl.OO lines. Sale. Extra Quality Savy and Black Serges, special per yard. Crepe de Chene Waists 'lust in, pretty shades and latesf cut enlendid Boys' Overcoats and Suits at Closing for the Balance of the Week BOYS' Tweed Suits, aizies 5 to 10 Sale Trice m K Full stock of Boys' Bloomers, Shiris and Underwoar. The SIMPSON CO, Limited Rich qualities, elegant shades, suitable for or Dress Trimmings See tliem ;