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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER T H'fil LKTHBRIDGE. DAILY H E U A L I) PAGE SEVEN WANAMAKER'S INSURANCE Mr. Kodman Wanamakcr, a sou of John elect- ed n trustee of the" bile, of. New York, is ono of the most heavily, insured men in the world, currying, it Is said, A million of this Is In Hie company of which, he 1ms been elected a trustee, aud million'in the of America. How To Make the Remedy This, lionic-madc cough syrup is now used in more homes thnu any otlier tonsil remedy. Its promptness, casu itlld curtjiiiitv in distressing coughs, imd throat colds is rL-allv rcuinrkiible. You can actually -f-jcl -it take hold. A chty'B usu will usually over- come the ordinary evim cpugii Spli-ndid, too, for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, bron- chial asthma mid coughs. ounces of Toronto, .Nov.: That no longer will death chums be paid oir Ihcs o[ members of the Sons ot England 150- novoluit Society who the ruling ol'the Supreme Executive of that Order. It was conveyed to the" subordinate loiigcs last October that all' kneficjal members enlistini! tlierc- altur must come under that section t of the constitution which provides i that military 'duty is an extra haz- ardous occupation and that such risks cannot'hB curried.- "War claims arc not ordinary said Supreme Secretary J. W. Carter, no provision has been made iorV them in the coiistitu- 1 lion. You will und.cis.tand that we lip ve two classes oi members, ordin- ary and .insurance. Ths ordinary mem- bers participate in sick benefits and funeral funds. The insurance members, in addition to.-" these-benefits, are in- sured for each. An ordinary 'member who enlists does iiot'iioLtcit his benefits .In.any way arid an in- member who enlists dops-not lurfeit any ot the accruing to an ordinary lumber, but wten be enlists he 'imriiediatpjy comes under that class' of. risks which are liril in our ,as oxtra haz- ardous and cannot he. carried. I's An Old RUIe It is an old law, ami lias been perhaps not read. PHONE 1224 you, at a cost of only 54 cents, 10 ounces of better cough syrup than you could buy for Takes but a few minutes to prepare. Full directions with 1'iriex. -f'ubtea good and nuver spoils. You will he pleasantly surprised to note liow quickly it loosens dry, hoarse or tiuht and licals the" inflamed membranes in a. jiainfu! cough. It also wtops the formation of phlegm in tiie throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending tlie jiorsistent loose cough. .'1'niex is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Xorwiiy pine ex- tract, rich in guaiacol, which is EO heal- ing to the membranes. To avoid disappointment, be sure and n.4k your for "2% ounces i lid don't accept anything else. A Kuiirantco of absolute satisfaction, or hioisey .promptiyj-rcfunded, goes witii preparation.. Tho.Pinex Co., To- ronto, Out. every member who-joineri; Quito a largo'number ol our-members en- listed prior to the ruling of our su- P'eme executive in this matter, the strictly legal view is that, upon facts, this thrijws .them out bene- ficial members'; bnt we are uot tak- ing" if is to provide, for the situation thus created that our levy.-of. SI per member has been made." The levy pi per member is being made to to assist in Biiarontceing payment of 107 policies, who had previously enlisted before the order was made, and to look after the'widows', and ,tally. ilcbarred' fromj.recciving iusur- ance. Of about lias boon collected. t.r said that the 107 ___J receive the full benefit of the 25 who liTrisy completely. Carried "at Nominal Rate; i our attitude said Mr. Denoon gavo a very interesting ta'ik on "Why I am a to a: iargel'f attended meeting of West- rnin'stbr Guild 1'ist night. ITbe unmarried members oi D.1S. are iuvilnd to make scrap books at the' h'ohie ol Miss Hawdeu tonight at 8 o'clock. The ladies of the Clirlstlnn. churcli 'held a. very successful pantry sale on Saturday afteruoon in the tho church. The safe was very well attended, and was.a-fiuaneial success. Sirs. Hall's section oi' Wesley..Lad- i ies'.. AiiUoiill meet !at .lier. home.. Jo- morrow'afternoon at-3.o'clock. It, .is reuucslL'd thai every uietnbe.r be prcs- jcnt. _ I G. to lire B. oi L. 1 meet at the home oi Mrs. V, Hry-1 ans, 12K 3rd Avc. A. S. Wednesday afternoon 2 pju. ior Red Cross sew-j iins' The ladies who are making articles for the fo be {riven in Wesley hull, Dec. 7th, arc rpqucst-cd lo hand their" work to. the heads of tho sec-" j (io'ns liy ticxt'Salurday. l r SI. Gary's W. A. will hold u ser- ies of whist drives in the Parish" hall commencing uit Thursday, Dec. 2nd. A prixc will he given at the end of the season. The Primary association of the Lai-; ter Day Saints' church are holding a J bitzaar and concert iu the Jj.D.S.. cliurch Thursday evening, commenc- AB interesting jirogram has- been jirepured. Everybody is in- vited. The league meeting ot Westminster church was largely-at- tended last night. A pleasant evening was spent, the second .halC of the diary of Sergt. Allen, McCulla, relating to j his experiences'in France being Uk-' on "up. Mr.-alia Jlrs. 3: C. F. Sown of Ed- monton Slave issued invitations to the -wedding of their daughter Eime'iy Rachel to air. Alexander Stewart, to take place In All'Saints1 Pro-Gathedral at Edmonton at nine o'clock on Wed- j nesday, December 8. The Cheerful 01 class SAVE YOUR HAIR MAKE IT 'THICK, BEAUTI- FUL-tJp> THIS Thin brittle ind scrags hair la mute ot a negletjtea scaflp of dandruK-rtiai awtul scurf There Is nothing so destructive to ti'e hair as dandmff. It robs the hair of its lustre Its strength and its life; eventually producing a feverish- ness and itching of the scalp, which jf'hot remedied causes the hair roots tOf'fahnnk, loosen and the bah- faHs out fast. A little Danderiue sitrelv aiii e your hah (Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowltons Dandenne from an> drug store or toilet counter and aftei the first ap plication, your han mil take on that life lustre and luxuriance, which, is so tieautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and the appearance of an incomparable gloss and softness but what -will please jou most after just a use when jou actuAllj s' laeeto yqW sE 2 sec a lot oi fine downj all over the Advertiaement, J CLtuse to paj i am death claims on the lives'of enlisted men. As I have said, we take a lenient of the extraordinary ''.situation1 which has, arisen, and .it: must not he torsotten in connection tlie cancelled poli- cies wtf carnefl the ribk at riles iclieE [und creatcl by the new loj will he applied, not gnlj to position, of the society relative to the paying of hut dows -inil orphans of soldiers, 'nccord- mt to fheTr The Lvecutne has power to mako iurther 01 the kind if necessary. In every case the will recede S100 funeral I fit and m practitall} case the benefits pud will exceed tnr premi urns already paid in on the cancelled policies beneficial members have ilre-iiIy died in muildry to be Protectecj loronto a meeting oi the Slid dlesex Lodge bons 01 Lngland held last night m 'the Orange- Hall Euc lid a special committee which had leen deputtd to interview Su preme Secretary Carter pieceit6l their report It ns stated that not C." 3. Farrow; last evening. Lively games were indulged in during the earty part-of the evening, follow ed diintv refreshments "he oc j cislon in the foim of a farewell to one of the members of the class; The -Westminster Ladies' Aid are holding their annual bazaar In Burg- mann's store, Thirteenth street ftortli, on Saturday, December 4, beginning at 2.30. Refreshments will be served afternoon and evening. Ten per cent, of proceeds will be given to the Pat- j riotic Fund Those ho are contri billing plain sewing or will -please leave same at Burgmann's s ore betu een the hours of 1 ind TTridaj afteinoon Word has just been received in Oranbrook by Mrs. W. E. Woolen, sister of Sefgt.-Maior James 'Milne, I'th battalion C C F that a pretty nnhtan wedding was icccntlv bn t-ri at I oil estone England in Inch Alilne and AIiss the principals and "Mrs Milne J.pcnt their honey- tj 1 he> ere at home to their friends at registered mailtfrf Ulnr Supreme Grand Secretirj s ofiiLC and then be m other otlicps ind the premiums paid irom the hpad of tic? of sQCietv It wis pointed out Hut the premium on 000 about SrjO annuallj ind that tbib amoimt-.wJH be paid out of'the funds 01 the organization bpecial ments been levied on the mem hers of tlie various lodges to meet such i situation is the Society has to face it the piesenl time but ow to the large number ot men who hut enlistqtl from the ranks of the Sons rtf Lngland llic hinncnl burden is much heavier than wis anticipated I'apci iiitomohile 1u icriirfntal'v in Lurort ;he strcnath bi metil made ;m to hive the lesll presents London 01 Aliss Violet Asiuith fHughler of the Prime tu Bqnham Caitei her lather's secre- Miss iole( is the daughter of Mr Asquith his fast wife to the highest standard of ready-made cloth- ing for boys (i to 9 years. Pryce-Jooes selling price to 57.50 fA Aft Hudson's Bay price per suit LOT 4. 4 oiily Suits in size seven; made from smart durable fabrics, real stylish suits. Piyce-Jones' regular and suite. Hudson's Bay price LOT 5. night only, Boys' Suits just the style thai will please Iwtli mother and the and right up-to- date. Size 7 to years. Pryce-Jones' selling price S5.95 to J9.75 Kfi Hudson's Bay Price LOT 6. Eight Suits only, for boys 8 real opportunity to dress your boy smartly and warmly 1'or the winter. Our advice is buy two and save the price of one. Piyce-Jones' regular price ?7.2n lo CC Hft Hudson's I3ay price LOT 7. Seven suits for Boys age S lo 13 years. These are real 'Wonders for ready-made suits. Highly tailored and finished, well assorted, extra special value. Fryce-Jones were selling tbeee from S9.00 .to ?H.M. Mud- CR Eft soli's Bay price JJ3.OU LOT 8 Six Suits only, for boys S to 14 years. These will fairly make mother's eye twinkle with delight to see her little man logged up in one of these real handsome suits thoroughly up-to- date. Pryce-Jonos' selling price to Hudson's Bay price Overalls, size 24 to 32 only, in black, blue denim and stripe styles; good strong and -useful quality Pryce-Jones' regul- ar 85c and 9oo values. Hud- Bay-.price. Ov.C Twelve pairs only, Navy Serge pants for ioys, warm and well made. Pryce-. Jones' value. Hudson's Bay, per pair..... Twelve pairs Boys' Brown Corduroy pants, stand lots of wear and tear Pryee-Jones -value Si 50, QQr Hudson's Bay; per pair rwehe Child s Buster Suits from 2 to 6 years, in fancy tweeds neatly and itionglj made Prjce-Tones se'ling price up to ?6 50 Hudson s Biy Price, per.suit Twelve Youth's Khaki Wool Sweaters __sizes 32 to 36" only. Pryce-Jones' sell- ing price Hudson's Bay Price Sweaters nes1 sell- 80c BOYS' OVERCOATS BOYS' 12 only in hand- some heavy cloths, -deep cpllai'K. You cannot do better than .bring your boy right down and have-One, fitted. Pryce-Jones' tieguiar ?8 50 JJC rtft laluet, our price Prjce-Joncs regular 51050 to ?1130, ourimce Prjce Jones' regular ?U GO flJ7 Kfl lo ?12 10; our price ...91 mitV Pryce-Jones' regular our .price Piyce-Jones' regular 51050 to ?17 50, our price 1000 yds. ot Insertion. Trimmings, white only to go at a fraction ol their former prices. A good assortment to .select from. On sale in Drj Goods Section, first floor. Pryce-Tones.' reg- ular prices from 15c up to 35c per yard. All one price per yard 5c Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dept. Just recenea a Lonsignment of New Ladies 6oats newest Militan st5les in reversible cloth and tweeds alra allice assortment oC Plush coaK that are pretty trimmed We in vite your insiieetion. New arrival, of'Ladies' Dainty Waists' vafious colors and pretty styles m failh satiu and Crepe de Chine 411 nioilerateh pnced L U31ES GINGHAM APRONS in checks etc fmo quality Q_ RegilHr 2ir Special foi I CHILDREN S WAISTS in Colois Sizes 18 Special price Extra Specials from the Boot Section for Wednesday Thirty pairs Boys' Box Calf ..Boots, -bal. styles, strong and useful shoe Will keep out the snow Sizes 1112 and 3 onlj C1 1Q Regular 50 Special! per ipair.......... Men's Tan Elk Blucher Boots, made in a classy style for walkinjg. and working A.11 sizes Regular price ?4 50 CO AO Special per pair.............. .-_________..... jlw.'Tg Fifteen pairs only of Real Feather Pillows, guaranteed steam clean- ed and sanitary cured. Covered with sateen finished ticking JJii Size 19x26 in. Regular 35 per pair Special pair..... 9 35c VISIT TOYLAND An early visit to Toyland will he to your advantage. Already we have disposed of many toys and we advise early shopping this Christ- mas. Do not disappoint the little ones. Specials from Our Quality Grocery Section Boiled S sack 30o. Kyo flour, 10 Ih sack 39c. Sug.u, puic ranc, 20 11) sack 's Emits legulai J5c; special 25c Tomatoes, special No. I pack. 3 cans 35c 12 cans for Emperor Grapes, 2 Ihs. for........ Jelly Powders, 2 pkts. for....... 35c lac. How manj beans are in the one-hall gallon is all you have to estimate. Make a purchase of or er and if your estimate is nearest to correct e present yon iuth a Donalda Piano, guaranteed tor 10 years by Hudson's Bay -Company. Nine other Aaluable prizes to be given away, on display in our window. HUDSON BAY CO. The Diughters and "Unds of Cng lind class will meeti pt rhc home oi Mrs. Davidson, 965 llth St. south on Wednesday'at 2.30 p.m. All membeis are request d to be present is business of importance ht fjtiiet. wedding was yesterday afternoon at 3.30 tit Knoit Manse, when Jiisa Ailt Jatkola of nlack.Spring Ilidge, AHa., became the wifn ofiliv Caspcr-NicoHa Untinen of Ooddard, Alia, Rev. Mr. McNichol Claresbolni.aasisted.Rev. A. H. D.en- oon in isrfonning the Yesterday at if) at Westminster Manse Kate Doiagl tie and Mr Uuhen of Klpp were quietly married Hei i 6 Francis Mr and Mrs Adtfiphaon witnessed the cor emqnj Mr and Mrs taken liti their residence at 731 Six- teenth'SlreM North. VM-ORAHAM On Wedncsdav, 2ith, the wed- ding Eolemniyed in by Hev F Black, or HIiss Eva Maud Graham, daught.r of Alvin N, Graham, of Montreal, to Mr. -E. A. Cunningham, of Calgary, son of Ctmningham, of Montreal. Mr. Cunningham, a former resident of this citv, has the good wishes of his many friends here., Mr. Wickson. of Vancouver, is the new manager o! the Merchants Haul at Okotoks. Mis Aaion Matthews, Brantfprd, Ont., lietsch in the ustern of her home. The Canadian exhibit At Francisco is to lie moved to tlie JBti X position at San iJiego, v V holdel to pennit drinking cups to be passed tfom ran person to another without collapsing has been, patented. Cormtti iWvalry lolumo. rossing Iht Hivei Blra in pursuit ot a Kiw ;