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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOVT-'MW.R 25. THE LKTHnninr.R DAILY PACK FIFTEEN RYLANDS AFTER SUPPER lAJLES ONLY SEASONABLE MERCHANDISED LARGEST 0BRYEaSSD8 SALES PEOPLE .N 200 yards whlu liiunolotto on flalo from 7 to 10 ooll. w yards to a customer, A good strong 3-bar ihell bar- ette. Regular valuo J6o On sale tonight at 1M. Corsets 89c THE CITY. Flannelette, yard 10c Children's Shoes f lanncitut, htel, w discontinuing this Hue and offer vou I-'clipae nnd Hurlburt shoes Up to Sizes 6V, to 10 only. Men's Cash. Socks 50c Now a low prico lint a real good one. Made by St. Mar- garet Hosiery'1 Co., Bntland. Equal to many 7Bc lines. Ladies' Cas. Hose 59c ThlB Is.our regular 76c lino ot St. Margaret: Hosiery. Pure wool, black only. On sale tonight only. Tan Kid Gloves A limited quantity of Dent's fine glace kid glov.05. .Tan only, in all sizes for tonight.only. Battenburg Run. 69c 10 only brand new Battenbure nmners. Good size for buffet or sideboard. Worth ?1.00. Men's Comb's. Heavy weight wool combina- tions for men. Tiger brand. All sizes 36 to 42. Real good values. Thia is toe ot the well know D. A. manufacture that wa. sell ref ular lor All sizes.up to 28, Bath Towels, 25c Natural colored TurnliU bath tpwels. Buy all you nood tall price. They are great valuoi. Ladies' Vests 29c Long sleeve, high neck Undor Vests for women. Heavy weight cotton. Sizes 35-38 only. Overall Aprons 69e Print overall aprons made from percale in light and dark colors. Bitra'value at this price. Knit C. Covers. 35c Pure., white elastic ribbed corset 'covers. Sizes 36-SS only. Another special value. Shoes for S2.S5 ladies' button or lace shoos Fn tan or black leathers of all kinds. Size to 4% only. Why pay more. Men's Shirts, ea. 95c About 160 working shirts on sale for tonight. Made from tan or navy drill, or light Oiford Bhlrting. All sizes.. Collars at- tached. New Suits and Coats for Tonight Values Up to MIL A PHONE 1224- ot low score, while address the Ills Sisters' class Knox church tomorrow at IL'.UO. A special mactlng of the Nursing Mission will bo held on Monday, at o'clock in tins Y.M.C.A. Mrs Thomas Konwick of Hraudon. who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. A. llitchie for Hie past month, left yesterday for her home. Mrs f> T Stritehoff and little mrs. .1. HIM, omn. daughter' Marian of Oranum, arci.l. W. Uawden. -Mrs. lliiillmiill. Mrs. linE a few davs in the city be- S. B. Mitchell. F. W. Downer, fore leaving for Washington, whore Mrs. A. Simpson. Mrs. .Misa Marguerite lliinl of Ilurdctt, is Complimentary lo .Mrs. X. .Mnc- SDBMdlnu tin: woek-oall -silli Miss Eva Loon of Kdinullton, who Is i her motlior, Mrs. II. Saw, -Mrs. 11. J. Cordon entertained ;il ciirds vi.-stor- .MIss King of Montreal, u deacon- day afternoon, when interest- miss of tho Presbyterian church, will samus of couit wh.M were nluy- ed'a't four tables. Dainty favors'.vi u warded to Mrs. M. Young for high Bcoru anil to Mrs. .1. II. Wallace for I prize was given to the ;uicst ot hon- or. At the conclusion of the sanies refreshments were nerved by tlin hos- tess assisted by her two daughters. Misses Marguerite and Kathleen, and .Mrs. 11. Osthnd. The guests nhiylng wore Mrs. Macl.i-an. .Mrs. llazell. Mrs. M. Young, Mrs. Alex. Smith, Mrs. B. .1. Hill, Mrs. W. Scott. Mrs. they .expect to spend the winter. Miss Krma Whitcly of Coaldaleand Miss Hazel Turnbull of Turin, motor- ed to the city today to spend a short time with their aunt, Mrs. C. H.. Manly of 416 12th St. A. south. Meiit. Knight, of the 218th batla- ion, Edmonton, is epmling the week- end with his brother, Mr. .1. B. Knight Mrs. Knight, 9th street BO.uth. Yesterday afternoon a tidy sum of money was made by the ladies of the Red Cross when they served tea in the Elizabethan room of the ChinooK club. Mrs. Fairley, the convenor, was assisted bv Mrs. Harmon. Mrs. Saun- ders, Mrs.' M .S. McArthur, Mrs. Gib- son and Mrs. Lund. Miss Fairley gave several instrumental numbers during tbe afternoon which were greatly en- Joyed. Not the least pleasing function in connection with the dinner of the Western Live Stock Union at Cah garv was the presentation of an il- laminated address and a purse con- taining in to Miss E. Cora Hind, the agricultural editor of the Manitoba Free Press. The presenta- tion was made by Dr. .1. O. Ruther- ford on behalf of the live stock men VALUE OF WASTE PAPER That waste paper, once a nuisance in the home, has come to have a real economic value :ia shown uy a. report by the American departme.it of commerce in which a review of the ami rags .play in paper manufacture is included. In 3913 the paper manufacturers of-this country imported tons of rags and tons of waste paper. Thus it is; evident that in order to collect and transport the' material an eApenae was incurred which might have been paved had :more attention been paid to the waste paper and rags in this country. But now: the foreign nations from; which this material came have been compelled oh account of the war to stop .the shipments. The American manufacturers are, therefore, obliged to appeal to their own country. Al- ready the effect has been noticeable in the 'advanced of all kinds of paper, and unless more waste mate- rial is forthcoming, the price will ad- vance still further. The present daily consumption of paper of all kinds in this country is about tons. Of this amount, about 5000 tons should be returned to tlie paper manufacturers to supply their daily need for re-manufacture. Rags constitute about 7.8 per cent, of tho fibre used. In paper making and 'waste papers, books, magazines, etc.. form 21.4 per cent. All kinds of rags, from clean linon 16 old black stock- ings, have a use. The clean linen rags are used in the manufacture of high grade papers. Black and dark red, blue or brown rags are used with light-colored paper stock in the mak- ing of what is Itriown as' granite paper, i Light-colored rags are put through a process which not only .removes the dirt, but also the last trace of color, leaving them whiter than the original cotton from which they were made. The lowest grades-enter into the man- ufacture of box board, which is used as a substitute for wood in boxes. White clippings and shavings from book bond papers, etc., are al- ways in demand.- Soiled waste paper must be treated before it can be used In the higher grades, but all of it can be used with profit. Clean wrapping paper, which composes a large part of the household waste paper, can be used as it is in the manufacture of paper of a similar grade. Newspap- ers, when clean and folded, command a ready market. It is sometimes dif- ficult to find a bqyeiybut in order to conserve the supply and reduce the drain on the forests, the department urges housekeepers to save their newspapers, and dispose of them worth, Hardwich Itolton Abbey and "Liamore Castle. Mrs. D. H. Elton, Mrs. .1. II. Wallace, Mrs McClure, Mrs. .1. V. Cook. The Duke and "li'-hess of Devon- In philanthropic work, especially in in Canada's vice-regal hmise. Hideau hall, Ottawa. The Di.v-hcss of Devon- shire was particularly intercKk-d in Rideau Hall, it having been the borne 01 her girlhood during the regime of her father, the Marnuis of J.ans- dowue, as governor-general of Can- ada. Their excellencies were accompan- ied by their two' eider daughters, this Ladies Maude and lilaache Caven- dish. The eldest son, tbe Marquis of Hartington. is in France with the headquarters staff. Previously he had been invalided home from tho Dardanelles. The three younger daughters, the Ladies Rachel, Uoro- thy and Anne, arc at school at Chats- worth, and will come to Canada prob- ably soon after Christmas. The 11- year-old son, Lord Charles, is also at school In England. The Duchoss of iDevonshire has been deeply interested in Red Cross work. She has been active always in philanthropic work, Derbyshire. Since the beginning ot the war the family have lived for the greater part of the time at Chats- of tho delegates paid a warm compli- ment to the recipient's long and faitU- fuj sbrvlce to.the live stock Industry. 'through a charitable organization. Many charities derive liberal Incomes from this business. Business houses which have a large bulk of waste paper rags and familiar with methods of grading it, and with the market, but for the benefit of .those who have 'small amounts to dispose ot and wish to'get. the best the following suggestions have ..been made: Separate rags from .old pap- ers Separate folded newspapers from all other waste. Separate books and magazines from all; other waste. Provide bags for keeping-all rags separate from other waste mate; rial Tie magazines and books into bundles for convenience in handling. I Keep all other waste papers m.bags, barrels, bundles or bales. Keep: all collected waste material dry. TO BE EXCHANGED Derlin, via Sayville, Nov. negotiations for -the exchange, of. m: terned civilians which have been in progress for some time between Ger- many and France, have ended, ac- 1 cording to the Overseas News Ag- ency 'it is announced that per- sons are to be exchanged. The re- patriation of these will begin Dec. 1 and end at Christmas. Each day there will be trains running between Shauffhausen and Geneva and in the opposite direction for the transporta- tion of interned civilians. Christmas in One Month Have You Order- ed from Ye Olde FirmeHeintzman Co. a Piano or Player Piano? Never there a leason when thii, the oldest and most popular ''high grade piano in greater demand. Place your order atj j your earliest convenience and avoid disappointment on not having your piano delivered before Chrlttmai, WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND TERMS TO LOCAL HEAD8UARTERS. '_ UED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. J, HARHV ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER OR 3ZZ EIGHTH AVE. W., CALGARY, HEADOUARTERS FOR- SOUTHERN ALBERTA. RUNAWAY ENGINE RAN INTO HOTEL; NO ONE KILLED I Upper Sandusky, Ohio, NOT. la remartaiMe clia.nce no one was ser- liously injured when the Steel City express, a fast Chicago and Pittsburg passenger train on tile Pennsylvania railroad, plunged through a derailer at Ohio, near here, and ripped its way into the Forest hotel in a, Minding snowstorm early today. I The engine turned over on its side as it plowed Into tho hotel. The ten- der and mail car followed the engine. The seven coaches remained on the track. The only person hurt, however, was the mail clerK and he only sustainel slight Injuries. Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, Glrssy and Abundant at Once. To ae possessed of n head of heavy beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is merely a matter of using a little Danderine. It is easy and inexpensive to have soft hair and lots of it. Just get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dander- drug stores recommend a little as directed and with- in ten minutes there will be an appear- ance or abundance, freshness, fluffi- ness and an incomparable gloss and lustre, and try as you will you can not fin's a trace of dandruff or falling hair; hut your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new arid downy at really new sprouting out all-over your Danderine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dand- ruff and cure tor itchy scalp and it never fails to stop falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty ami soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your one small strand at a time. Your hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful in just a few delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries (The Herald) When you the finest PRINTING MME. OLOA PETROVAf IN "THE HEART OF A PAINT- ED WOMAN." Ladies! Don't Miss This MASS MEETING Of Women Westminster Church Sunday, Nov. 26 At 4.15 p.m. CHAIR LADY: MRS. DR. LOVERJNG SOLOIST: MRS.. C. HUGHES. SPEAKER; EVANGELIST BARTON SUBJECT: "KINDLING THE NATION'S FUTURE." GOOD SINO'lNJa-j: OFFERING ALL WOMEN INVITED to 10 Mi-ifs i and White Elk Work Hoots With stnol toe nil's anil reinforced vamp. Tlifm arc exceptional valui: at Jl.iW. (t'O tQ Tonlghl. pair Soldiers' Special We have just received a large stock of Foxes1 Improved I'utU-.'S in khilki color. rfn Special, pair Liidies' Silk Waists Dainty anil neatly made up. While only. All size's. '.'A to 4'-'. Worth Touisht, each SL.L3 Celery. Special 2 His. lor Buy Your Candies Tonight UidyKinitil's Bon lions. Mint Kisses, Keith's Kisses. KMth's I'cainii Bar, Assorted Cununels. Ijiidy raramoh, ('imk'retla'i' Velvet Marsh- All out; priut-. lion lions. Jolly Brillianls, Hoim Millie IVr pound Kititlft> Aliipi'.: U'alnm. ChocohUtt Walnut smil Butter Fudge. ['no-..1, per pound Jtiley'ri and Mackintosh's Toff en in .slabs P'if prnind :40c Elrrl ric 25 Wait. Special, cncli...........30c rn-iiokficiii j iiis. See Special Sale of Boots and Shoes on Opposite Page We are n receipt" u e iiovc Selegram of yesterday. So keep close watch ri the (store news for further particulars. SAFE CONDUCT fVJAY NOT BE GRANTED BY THE ALLIES London, Nov. Tele- gram company says it learns no an- swer has yet been returned for the 'application oC a safe conduct for the new Austrian ambassador to the Un- ited States made by Washington. It adds that in all probflUUitytno re- port will be unfavorable. The above possibly refers to a sec- ond application for a safe conduct made for Count Adam 'Tarnowskr von Tarnow. A dispatch from Vienna un- der date of Nov. 17 announced that a safe conduct for had been obtained for the new ambassa- dor through the United States govern- nienc. A change in the permit, how- eve, wus ueciareu to be necessary be- cause Count Tarnowski desired to bring a retinue of 10 persons. The dispatch' adds that the new ambaaea- dor. would sail for the United States 011 Dec. The Real Live Mustzr Brown A 7 -m jfpjS MffiS''-. 1 store vf THE HUSON'S BAY M UthbrMge ;