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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PHONE 1224 BuchuQiiir left yesterday on a ;V Pie. .George Lee, lately returned" frdmVthe front, leaves today to visit Ms piircijty Mr, M. MclJride of Winnipeg, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Monis; 1 Stratlicona Court-; The unmarried members of the 1. O.O.R. are invited! hooks'tomorrow niglit at the home of Mrs. W. S. Galbraith. TIiu Jolly Eight-Sewing Club will meet at the home of Miss Pcttas, 237 13th St. north, at 8 o'clock this ev- ening. The regular monthly meeting oE the Red Cross will be held tomorrow af- ternoon at 3 o'clock in the Red Cross rooms. Mr. T. D. Sharmaii returned to St.-Paul, Minn., Monday nipjht alter spending' the past six weeks at his home here. A meeting of the teachers and of- ficers of all departments of the Sun- day school of 'Knox church will be held, tonight o'clock. FmfLLINER Y WILL AT MISS JOHNSTON'S and .LJntrhinned Hats, also Trimming's will be sold regardless .of cost. N. JOHNS TON 309 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. The engagements are announced Cards ton' of Miss Beth Coombs .Air. Golden Wooll, and oi Miss Alta Kllison, Aetna, to Mr. Uoyd Holl- and. The Local Council of Women are j going to pack the bale of furs that j have been given for the I talian sol- diers, on Saturday afternoon, and it is requested that all. furs be sent to fiawdeu Bros.' store before that time. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnear entertained last, evening for u few of the boys of (he 30tlr battery the. guests were. Pit1, Lee and Ptp.-Carnill, .re- turned veterans. Lunch was served at midnight. Music, games "and "dancing made "the cvemnir thoroughly enjoy- able. i I All int-muds of St. Andrew's Lad- es' Aitt are requested to attend a special. nicctiiiR on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Gordon Ross, 3rd avenue north on Friday evening at S o'clock. Every member is urged to he.present as there is important business, to he discussed. In tlip hospital'.linit nhii.Ii has just bten selected Jean Uiquhirt of Rpgina has been recommended as matron IMiss, Urqu Sale of Millinery Commencing on THURS., NOV. 25th ALL TRIMMED HATS AS FOLLOWS: Hats worth up to 57.00 Hats from to Hats from to Untrimmed Velvet Shapes also at a great reduction. About 50 Felts anil Velours, all good shapes, mostly Sailors, wortli from ?2 to ?5 .for, each----- 9 I iUU Miss Cameron 602 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. work that is being dpiie throughout Eyes of Grayf' as last; the province. Mrs. je manner .in explained ..j. fir the sup'pljes-'ate packed and uas justlv proud uhen shL said iihat hai tbt dib tinction of haiing a prounual branch arned such Miriam iwoinuienacu aj> maiion aiibb urqu h packages, Iwue earned such an hart is -i graduate of Wmn.peg Iep6tat.on that thej. go di- al Present on duty .in the Hegura.Gcn- tJHC deslinatl0n__ eral hospital, and ''was formerly the Gait, hospital here. Owing to the Wesley, Ladies' Aid bazaar being held on'the first Tues- day in December, the meeting oi the History and Current Events Section of the JIathesis ciub. which was to have been held on that date, has been changed.to .Tuesday, Nov. 3Qth, for ttie convenience of a number of mem- bers who are taking an active part in the. bazaar. The. department meet- ing will-be held at the home of Mrs. NlchollTTlOOl 8th avenue. Members are asked to kindly note the change of date. Miss-'Pinkham, provincial secretary of the .Reti Cross, and Mrs. Waagen, superintendent of supplies of: the Cal- gary branch, gave short talks to the members of the local hranrfi.here yes- terdayy.afternoon. Miss Pinkham Rave short, resume of ihc tremendous TWO NERVOUS WOMEN Made Well By Lydia E-Pmk- ham'i Vegetable Compound. Philadelphia, Pa. had a seven case of nervous prostration, with palpi- tation of the heart, constipation, head- aches, dixiineaa, noise in my ears, timid, nervous, rest- leu and sleeplessness. "I read in the pa- per where a young woman hsd cured of Uw samo troubles by. taking Lydia E. Pinkham'9 Stoltzc alily accompanied the vocal- ist in each The afternoon closed jutli herss and tlieu guests enjoung tea" hour dainties'and an" infpr'mal visit. Mist Pecih i Ulela ami Mr Clinton Rogers Stott, both of Cards- to packages from other provinces. A j ton, were quietly -married yesterday larpe number of members and f 9 30 at sfer being re-packed, as so often happens in the jiad the plea sure meeting thtst ladies }cs terday _ The cozy home pi Mrs. .L-. A. Roy on Seventh strepf'was' thronged with, visitors vesterdav afternoon, this petite hride from Ottawa when held her post-nuptial reception. The hos- te s wore a cparmmg frock 01 hand embroidered, white chiffon over white satin, the skirt adorned with innum- erable little ruffles, a corsage bocjuet of violets and blush roses completing her toilette Hecemng the hos- tess Airs De tfebeif in a hind some oE black silk popHn .Bey. LEV wertijmg was solemnized yesterday at Wesley parsqnage by II. Cobblediok, 'when Mr. John Riley Blackmer and lUrs. Ethel Rose both- oi- Goutts, and Air Deerj and Afiss Langley, both of MiTk 'River, were married. HlOArpSON-U U quiBt wedi'mg was solemnized ist evening at the home of ;thf. elaborate apphque trimming in black bride s Air and Airs D H and white. The drawing room' was ef-j Way, when Miss Lucy Way became lectuelj decorated quantities of the uife 01 Air James Thompson the chr) san them urns Charming populai secretary or the M C A, effects were achieved in the dining Onlj the nnmidiate relatives of the room where the was artis- bride were present at the cereirioriy, tically-done in arpink color scheme. I which was performed by Rev. S. T; Pale pink Killarney roses and ferns Bartlett, of Toronto, the general sec- retary of the Sunday schools and-Ep- vvorth League-s of the Methodist church.' Mr.'and Mrsi' taken up their-residence in the Con- formed a beautiful central decoration, hows of- satin-'ribbon and uialine fur- ther cairjme out the color idea Airs R I Me Arthur wearing a pale blur dress veiled with cream- lace and edged fur and a black picture poured tea. Airs M S Mt-Arihur ma shell pmL gown smartlj adorned royal purple bow knots and a becoming hat of silver lace, the crown of which encircled with flowers, poured choco- late. -The -ices were cut by1 Miss Wot- tpnt who wore a smart gown of black velvet and: with, a .black arid Miss Edli bmitth and AIiss G-Iadys Dowiier assisted The Mathesis Club held its third regular monthly meeting m jiatigbt Mansions Vegetable Compound so I threw away the medicines the.doctor left me and be- gan talcing the Compound. Before I had taken half a bottle I was up and-in a short time I was able'to do alj my work. Your medicine has proved itwlf able to do all you say it will and I have recommended it every household I have visited. MARY JOHNSTON. 110 Siflgel Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Another Bad Ephrafci, .About a yew ago I was dowfi with nervous prostration I was patoand weak and wonftJ have hys- teric nek headaches and a bad pain under my shoulder blade. I was undbr different doctors but did net-improve. I was no weak I could bardly stand long enough to do mydishes. 'LvdlaE Pmkhain'sVegoUbleCom- pound has made mo well and happy and E have begun to gam tn weight and my tace toks healthy now J. W. HORNBOMBK, R. No. 3, Epfantt, Pa, II TM special write to Medicine Tenr letter wIU w read anil amwcir4 fer a i heU strict OMUIdeice. I the Y.M.C.A. lent parlors, with its pre- F Skeitli piesiding were re-id horn tho secretaries tof: the ;Pat-riplic Kimd and -Cursing Mission, each acknowledging a five-dollar check" recently received from the -Mathesis The desir. SECRET SKIN DISEASES A famous physician states1 that scores of patients come to him-suffer- ing from skin diseases of most terrible form, which- would have never1 passed the early stages had some suitable-oint- ment'been' Zam-Bukr which, is a most' powerful' disinfectant'and'' germicide, applied to skid diseases it' their first .would'save hour; ot pain and prevent disfigurement- and scarring. Every city contains huudreds "of people. ;who have ssome secret skin eruption, some blemish some open ulcer, or varicose patch. There is naturally a tion to reveal, such blemishes, and often they are. neglected entirely, -or was expressed b; the organization to some inferior ointment con contribute toward the Travellers' Aid after some'discussion .-'the matter was referred to the executive boird to act upon Foui new mem Wplsey; Waddington, Guilbault and Cocq "ucre unanimous ly elected. A-vote of thanks was-ten- dered Church Board for the use of their-hall tjWQi'Hfternoons in October when, the Drama Section en- tertained, the club and a Following olhrr items of business Mis Li luncljt chairn an of the mu sic section m charge of the f'rosram announced a piano niirabet bj Mife L H.; Jolliff. This well known artist has wide reputation and greatly dc- iighttd her largo appreciative iudi cnce b> playing all the artistic skill m her power Her nun hers ere Rhapsodic, Hrihmn Lglognc RafI Slcfinunds T iclcsgesang sig, Andant? Spianalo and polan- aise m P riat by Chopin Another enjoyable treat of the hour added by Miss Hessie much pltasctf her listener, with i "Misanwy" as first number anil "Two1 tahiing mineral coloring matter applied, which but aggravates the sore places, and makes matters worse.-Froin daj to day, -reek to week this con tinues, the. sufferer in the. meantime enduring iia'in. 'Now .all'.this' can be. avoided by timely use' pi 'ZamiBuk. Why. other- wise has: Zam-Buk come to world's used balm? .For that secret sore, those ulcers, that eczema patch, that open Is nothing iri'the whole world of medi- cine belter adapted than the herbal' essences and juices that go Co, make up Buk Not only is Zam Buk n great hpaler but it is i ceruin killer, and prevents infection, BUppifrfi- tion and inflammation Tf you sonic skin disease, which has hitherto- defied everything have tried, don't dally Zam-Buk. Zam-Buk is so popular that It is widely Imitated, so be sure to seo the name.Zam-Buk (protected'by law) on the "bftx beEOro buying. If you are in doubt, buy from Co Toronttf, who will send a box post free up oft receipt of fifty cctita. SAISlTA CLAUS dropped our Big Toyland and left an- abundance of Beautiful Presents for Spys and Qirls. No matter tne erioiee may be the cost will very small, as it usually is at the Hudson's Bay Stores. present af Llio opeiiiiig "of but lie liopes pay us a visit Idler on: "All our little visitors will be given a lieiirty welcome. mention few of the lovely presents thai, ww 20 pairs LITTLE GENTS' BOOTS; strong school'footwear, fcal style" 11 and 12 (f OQ Special pel pair I iCiv Boys' Clothing at Little Prices MOTHERS, WATCH YOUR BOY, STRUTTING IN.ONE..-OIT THESE WARM OVERCOATS. Boys' and Youths' Heavy Tweed aiiO Worsted WINTER. OVER- double' breasted, notch or roll collars, belt on back to iO-r- CO QQ Special I ridaj and 4tOi99 BOYS' BUSTE.R a tew: of .these Boys'.SuitE-to clear out m sizes to 5 Special Frillru and Siuiiulriv Men's Felt Hats to Clear MEN S FELT iside brim latest styles smart and dressj neat coloia Special 9 Useful List to Select Your Early Xmas Gifts 200 pair sample MITTS and .wool and a -great yariet) of colors On sale Friday and Saturday Per pair 23c to 49G FANCY BOXED COLLARS for Holldaj in great variety Prices each 3oc to 91 aOv COLORED SILK evenlnt weir. Sky, pink, white. mam e Un grey based in neat portrait OC Special per pair 9 ready I pound drums C'USRANTS; 'extra, "Per packftt SA.tT; 4 sacks for SULTANAS; special valuer- s' pounds for RAISINS: fancy, New sea'son's; per packet RAISiNS fancj N'en t-o.-.noi'i pef paclel tlns- 330 33c SUGAR ffne Granulated Borders for 20 pound sack (M'ith grocery CORN. FLAKES; KeJlogg'S- 3. packets 25c; per dozen Per packet PUFFED Per packet Special -iper packet '.-ARROWROOT' pound AlcVitie Price's Per pfjuind PRO ViSI'QNS BACON H Swift's Premium Per 2 pounds for BUTTER, finest Per pound CHEESED tiuest. Per poiind LARD, Shifts SiHer 1 pouoftb foi 33c 12c 15c CORN MEAL- ID ponnil Rack 10 pound sack BUCKWHEAT FLOUR- 10-po'und sack RYE FLOUR- JO pound sack RICE 4 pound sack 89c 10 24c 75c 35c 22c 55c S1.7S, OX Libbvs sliced to 5 our taste Friday ana sstur da? onh per pound Oiiv HUDSON'S BAY CO. pOKINGi VVeekiJi3 special l> pounds for :PPLES, finest Eating- No 1 'stock 4 pounds foi Special per pound LEMONS, dozen POT tor ;