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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27; 101T R :YLAND'S The Busy Store Mail Your Orders This Is the Last Week Can Buy Victory WHAT HAVE-YOU DONE FOR YOUR COUNTRY? SOME REAL Union Suits -J1.2S ladles' fine ribbed cotton unlca salts. HTllie only. Low neci, quirter slsetw. SltK 36-3S only. Verva Vests S9c The btst values we Save in undcr- vcsls. Low necK quarter sleeve. Regular Sires 3S-3S-10 only. Boys' Ribbed Hose 50c These are simple slocangi and come la slies 9, only. Heavy rib- bed cahmere. Worth up to S5e. Boys' Sweaters Either pullover slylc or button down Iront. Grfy or brown. Sizes 6 to I! vein. Flannelette Blankets 55 pairs ot white or pey flannel- sh'eets, ten-quarter J2.00 or 25 at any store. Horrocbes' Flannelette 25c Full yard wide. Eitra quality white flannelette.' bought t.wb sea- sons ago and worth S5c yard at to- day's price. Embroidery Cotton ,29c This for underwear purposes and IB the best collon TVB know ot. scraggy, (ad- edj'.dry, brittle or tfiln. Besides beaBti- ''fylng the hair Danderlne dissolves ev- .erV'particle of dandruff; cleanses pur. IJles-and Invigorates the scalp, for-' slopping Itching aud (elllns lislr. will please you moat will be t few weeVe use whca yoa se'and presumed ho would remain a Lib- when he declared'Uiat If he bad not :T cral, to tho nnjl of bis limo'i enacted tho Military Service Act to hart come when-he had iiarl 16 decide'provide relntqrcemenls (or Ihe troops he would alay with his partylal the froni, be would net have had 1 or stay.'with his '.country. tbo nerve lo stand befc'rp nny'oud- have not deserted our Kdmonlon, Nov. Scott well -known In Edmonton, was found d on the Hudson: Bay reserve thla I with bla throat cut. from: ear to He held a razor In his i hand. The act- was commltled eever- al days aftt; and was plainly by .his own nana. This group of womrt munition workers was lakcn by a Victory Loan' photographer who was spending the morning with 3 Victory.Bond The canvasser told one or'mpre bonds to each of'lhese daring young I is no finer thant Cowan's in aroma, and dejicioui. Drltlsh Tfeadquarlen fn France, NOT. 2S.-v'rhe German realslance Southwell of Cimbra! ttrffened lo a point where our progress Is aetes arlly t matter of hard fkjhllnf, -The enemy, wha received I sUnering blow, now rdcorer somewhat from lit flrti ettevU of It. communlcailon (Ood can ftlrly rapMly. nuprcme value tie art larger tii'l ot tat- tentlpn of the. The onlsUndloi the Is thit of Ids UlzAtobvti trriaa of haj betii crastnl UrVovgn.' Hence- forth will, (o say thai any '.their.IiborioM .llnej of rOJlfUnJe jMlffl Urtve ol t LAURIER Ottawa, N'ov. 26. In., order lo co reel some mltapprehenslon which has' irlsen In connection With the endorai'.'. Ion of a Llhcral canJWale In Wellington by Sir Wilfrid Lanrfer, It; I if explained al Liberal headnuarten tiat candldattre o( James McEw- og, Liberal, has been rMofnlted by! I the leader of tho opposition. It I stated that Sir Wilfrid hi) I the candidature of Normal; Reid la) I North Renfrew. Mr. ReU WM of, I the first ipprcrrod by 'the' 1 Ubersl leader, bul his name wm> I dentally omitted (mm 'tin I '1. .Sir Wilfrid UnrltV to tovevl tot iWlanlpej an Tiuni'aJ', He wllUI a mectlng.ln that cHr Holy Oa Monday aeil, AUCTION SALE pnJhursday NsxtiNcJY.29 bo'MMENCING AT 10 !X.M. ON THE PREMISES, 8W AVEi S. FRANK WADDiftGTON .IN 000D CONDITION, INSTRUCTED THf OWNERi WHO THE CITV, WILL PUBLIC AUCTION Atove, A QUANTITV OF USEFUL-., HOUSEHOLD And efhcti herijdhif-'-gtt of (olid cb'ilfi; eileili-- Intf dlnlig cheit' of S cMu tool solM wtlta vtry ttknAtont sISU, wltk coll tprinki and felt maliren; bedroom' rtcttni Nor, (Veil Pulton and Smith (oo'l condition tor their ten DO decision fight IS gUlcmenu 1 _ I wt coltirrigi and ft droom chain; good ckalfi; oak llbnry Ublej ainllary lottft; wttUt white fcej ,wKh 'springs (rtaroH berlii, complete; congAleda rag, tat; about it cnlba wtrt; Tilkltn' A PROMPT fCTFULLV 'TMMCA4H; WITHOUT ARE; AT :THE COMMITTEE ROOM Or? -J The Letbbridge Women's 1 Union GoTermnent AuociatHB At the S. 0. "L Hall TENTH -STREET SOUTH A WOMAN HAS A VOTI WHO 18 1 The wife 'of a nltffir who has tervcd or Is serving with Ihe British Can- adlan or Imperial) 'out of Can- ada In Ihe present '-2, The mother, or. shier of a soldier whj his serv- ed'or-le serving with thi Brlf-. .'hh forces (Canadian, or lal) out of Canatiajn'tne strfwrrt "_ 3. 'The widow, daught- er or sister of I soldier who hn served with Ihe British fortti (ClnadlJn er Imperlil) but In Ihe tnt 4: The'wlfo (or metfcr diiignUr M; of I ittrvlni In" (m- fisvsl Ifl oirt In wir, M .THE COMMITTEE OPEN' DAILY FROM NOON i> i- ftr'i'i" 'si. 1 6ELAY LOtC YOUR .TEUfHONit H2 ;