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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .-riS Li-rnniniDGK DAILY HKHAI.D PAGE SKVEN Off to the Front! Put yourself in top-notch con- dition by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit, a food that supplies the greatest amount of body-building material with the least tax upon the digestion. You cannot get to "the front" in any busi- ness with a poorly nourished body. Delicious for break- fast with sliced peaches and cream. PHONE 1224 REPORT FOR THE GALT HOSPITAL FOR THE MONTH OF SEPT. 1916 Number ot.patients In hospital bo- KlnnillK of J Admittances during tbe month.. 'Transients admitted during montll 110 Muniljer nf patients discharged during the month Deaths during tlm month........ Number of mitients In hospital at end of mouth Transients discharged during Hie montll 110 lowest niiinbor during tile month Highest number during the montll Daily average during Number of hospital days Private patients Ward patients (free) Ward patients I paying) Total iiuinber or hospital days dur- ing the montll Number of operations under gen- eral anaesthesia Number cooperations under local or no anaesthesia Number of patients treated in out- door department Number of dressings and treat- ments in outdoor department... 4 The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks the following donations received during the month: 2 noes peaches and 1 box The Trustees of tile Hospital Ladies' Flowers The Lethbrldgc Flower Guild. (Ssd.) S. 11 Wootton, Lady Supt. .Mr F. Kl'CKOsky left yesterday to spend two monthsjn I'unnsylvanla. Mrs 1' M Campbell has returned mine after spending tlie summer at .ho coast "Clayzor, of ilKO, waa-ii..KueBl.of Miss Mary buy- 1 tills. wcok.r-Carmansay Bun. 1'iiij meeliii'gVo'f'Uio' Daughters and M his of England which wan to have le 11 held tomorrow at the home of M s. Davidson >'postponed tier notice 'owing, to the wuntlior. Mrs J'fitl'.'Morgan and little daiiRh- IPI Ruth, "loft today for Toronto, ..I.ero Ihey expect to miond severa months. 'Mr.' Morgan accompanied them ac Medicine Hat. S. .Mrs-' D. .A. -Simpson has returned from lidmonton, where she spent sev- eral weeks with her son, Mr. W. b. Simpson and Mrs. Simpson. Tlie DaiiKhtors of the Umpire are asked to extend their patronage io the loctnro that 'IT. Kcrby is giving on "War and the New Day" tomorrow at S p.m. In Wesley church. Mr II. F. Greenwood, a resident of I c'lhhridgt! in the early days, but now Ih'i-is in Edmonton, announces tlie engagement of'his daughter. Marjone Parker to Mr. Shibley Cormack of Edmonton, the marriage to take place early in November. Thanksgiving Requirements can be practically economically filled at the Hudson Bay Co.'s Big Departmental Store LADIES' and CHILDREN'S NEW WINTER WEARING APPAREL "CAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. (f what you just ate is souring your stomach or lies line a lump of lead, refuslne to digest, or you belch Kas aiid eructate sour.-undigested food, or have a feeling ot dizziness, near'.- burn fullness, nausea, bad taste in month and stomach headache, you can surely set relief in five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly -printed on these fifty-cent cases of Pane's Diapepsm, then you will understand why dys- peptic' troubles ot all kinds must go, and why it relieves sour, out-bf-order stomachs or indigestion in five min- utes "Pape's Diapepsin" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assimila- tion Into the blood all the food you oat; besides, it makes, you go to the table with .a healthy appetite; but what will please yon is that yon will feel that your stomach and intes- tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort.to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many 'Tape's Piapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them; but you will be.enthusiastlc about this splendid .stomach prepara- tion too, if you ever lake it for indi- gestion, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach misery and indi- gestion in five PORTAGE MAN GONE Prairie, Man., Oct. Major A. 0. Williams, who left here with the 32nd battalion as third in command, has been killed at tlie front He was a prominent lawyer, and chair man of. the school board when he left The' I ndies' Aid Society of Kcoi chim-ll will meet in the school room on i Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, llos-, tosses Mesdaraes J. Craig. A. Smith, V E Green. Deception committee, Mesi'.ames -Marrs anil Stafford. The ladies are requested to bring their coupons for the Travellers1 Aid. Or Detwiler will return tomorrow from' Hed-Deer where she has been at- tending the W..C. T. U. convention. It is rciHiested that everyone having Roy- Crown Soap wrappers w111 send them to her between Oct. Ctll and lotll Mrs. R- Needs, who attended the convention as an officer of the. southern district, returned home iastj night. The annual .convention ot the lierta provincial branch of the Wo-j men's Christian Temperance union, in, convention at Red Deer, havo elected! the following officers: President, Mrs.! Louise C. McKinney, Clarcsholm: vice president. Mrs. C. Gainer, B.A., Wmonton; corresponding secretary, Mrs Williamson, .Medicine Hat: re- cording secretary. Mrs. Paifter, Youn-stowa; .treasurer, Mrs. 0. G. Craig, Olds "T" secre. tary Mrs. brace Boyd, Calgary, Loy-1 a! Temperance .-Legion secretary, Mrs. j Cassels, Calgary. On Tuesday evening the 78th Depot Qa'tery entertained the Kuox Presby- terian church choir, and a very pleas- ant evening was the result. Lieut. W. J Nelson. presided and briefly introduced the guests to the hosts. The barracks room.-had been suitably dec- orated and after the program; refresh- ments were served.. Tlie items given were as follows: Chorus, the Choir; violin solo, Mr. Layton; recitation, Gunner Moody; song, Mrs. Layton: song -Mr. .WaddillBton: song, Miss Simm; recitation. Gunner Reed: chor- us the Choir; piano solo. Jlrs. Nelson; sons, Shoeing'Smith Waters; banjo solo" Gunner Barrett; song, Sergeant Salt: Mr. Peat; exhibition of sleight .of Jiandt Gunner Heed; chorus- es by tile Battery. LADIES' EVEN IN P DKESSE8 We arc showiim' :i most nsiigi; oi now (jveiiinjr iiowns. The of these new dresses are their originality.. ''ls- anil elmrin which is irn'-to the woman. lllf. "i, i, nolli in while, ecru, pink, cream, Handsome gowns over draped with ninon. Our will be indeeil pleasing. LADIES' FUB. COATS A. full line of Canadian Rat Coats have arrived in lull length styles. Handsomely made throughout and are e real values. LADIES' BLACK SATEEN AND MOIKE UXPERKKIKTS. 'j. Plain and fleece lined. Prices from 51.00 gT" NEW CLOTHES FOE BABY_____ winter. Sei coats, drcsi convinci jses, leggings, tooues, shawls, iragcy :ed that we have the right values. rs. You will FALL SUITS AM) COATS Fiisliiouablc Autumn Styles ran lie selected from our Full slock 'of Ladies' apparel ,u a cost thai will indeed bespeak oF the values we are always slinwiiiu'. FALL FURS are showing a handsome assortment oF new furs Beautiful neck pieces and muffs in Sable Fox. Wolf. .Mink. Lynx. White Fox. White Thibet. Raccoon. Bliii- Wolf. Hudson Seal and Near Seal. Persian Lamb and T'ersnmPaw. An early inspection will corn-Ice you of our superior values. New Sweaters For ladies and children in colors of navy, green, grey. saxe. and white A splendid assortment from the worsted styles, tf 1 O Cn Priced at 31.35 to the all wool and silk variety up to V Rich Showing of Children's Coats Displavtne a large assortment to make your choice from in Tweeds, Chinchillas, Blanket Cloths and Bear Cloths, etc. All marked at low prices. CHILDREN'S KNITTED SUITS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Colors cardinal, grey, saxe and navy. A Colossal Bargain Event that will Create a Lively Interest in our Dry Goods Section is planned for Thursday, Friday and Saturday urn liir if DRAPBH Miss Bernice' Draper and Mr. Paul Carlson of Vulcan, were married last night at Wesley parsonage by Q. H. Cobbledi'ck.: i: Vrr bleached. Hemmed, ready-tor use. Price, each I 62 in. by in. Polka Dot. With (Ireciau key border. Satin pamask. AA Hemmed ready for use. I Yesterday at 'Westminster parsonage Rev J B Francis uniteds In' marriage Miss Bella Crigen of Del Bonita, Alta., and Mr. George Frank Davis of Cards- ton The ceremony was witnessed by tlie bride's. .'mothoiy i-Mrs.-Jas. ;-Crigen and Mr.-Av, W. Zeigler o[ Cardston. TYPHOID IN VICTORIA Victoria, Octl Two nuns, Sister Ursula and Sister Mary Ruth, are dead and 12 other sisters and novitiates of St. Anhe's .convent are in St. Josephs hospital anil the convent is in a more or less dangerous condition as the re- sult of an outbreak of typhoid fever which has smitten the institution! None of the 400 pupils attending the school have been affected, but the school has Veen closed down iratil after Thanksgiving. IRELAND TO THE FORE in. by iii. Very Heavy Satin Damask. Floral am! conventional design. Washed OC and already for use. Priced at, each Manufacturer's Samples, Table Cloths and Napkins to Match. 8-12-4, Boxed "seperately in' neat' floraV and embossed boxes. Beauti- ful linen. Very heavy double damask. 1 only. Luncli Set, Hand Embroid- ered Sample in by 36 in. Serviettes to .match, dj-1 ft PA 15xla in. Reg. Sample lU.tf V Dovsen All Liiieu Satin Daiuask Table Napkins. Sizes IS in. by IS in. to 27 in. by 27 in. AA Priced at while they last, per dozen to 500 Yards Table Linen. On sale Thursday. Friday and Saturday 7C at old prices. Per yard 50c, and 00 Only. Sample Table Cloths Complete range of manufacturers samples in floral and con- ventional designs. Only high grade cloths. No. cheap made cloths in this lot. Regular ?I3.SO to S2S.OO each. O C A Thanksgiving week, marked down at, each to !U1 linen, very ueavj uuuuit THANKSGIVING ITEMS FOR THE HOME BEAUTIFUL Wilton and Axniinster Rugs For dinin- room, parlors and sitting rooms. A spleu'dld slockjif oriental and conventional design and rich coloring ;o select from. Sizes 9i9 ft., ft., and 9x12 ft. Prices from to Brussels Rugs In neat conventional pattern. Quiet colorings. An ideal dining room rug. in sizes 8 by 9 ft., 0 ft. by 10 ft. 6 in., and 9 ft. by 13 ft. Trices 510.50 to Window Shades We have an exienstve stock, of.the best make of window shades and bought previous to the big advance in prices. All sizes from 36 inches to 60 inches wide. .Hlhernlan hospital orderly Ito patient) up. hig drauiiH, Bystander. ke up, and take youi J Special Inducements are Afforded to Buy Boots and Shoes for the Hqliday Men's Dress Boots In black and tan calf, A very neat and good look- ing shoe. Suitable for winter wear. In all CA sizes. Special, Ladies' Black Satin Pumps Sizo to 5. To clear. .Marked at (1 7Q 9l.IV Ladies' House Slippers With elastic fronts. In all sizes Marked gA Very Special, pair Men's Black Grain Blucher Boots Viscolized sole and guaranteed counter J AA in all sizes. Special, pair Girls' Box Calf Blueher or Buttoil" Boots. In all sizes. A verj useful fall and CC winter boot. Specially priced, pair Men's Specials 25c MEN'S WORSTED SOCKS Heather mixtures. Very warm and comfortable. Special, pair..... MEN'S WOOL SOCKS In grey colors. Spec AA Ial 36c, .1 pairs for THANKSGIVING GROCERY H. B. BUTTER. Squirrel Brand. OQr Seal of Quality 24 Sack for. pound tin fciFV CLARKE'S SOUPS. All 1A-kinds. Per tin 49 Sack for TOASTIES. Spec- fl f Sack lor. Special OO_ O'GILVIE'S CENTENNIAL BRAND. 98 Ib. sack. J AA Extra special Sugar-Coffee Special 20 Ib. sack B. C. Sugar and packages for FELS NAPTHA SOAP CE Special, per carton FAIRY AND CASTILE SOAP 10rcake, 25C Ib tin of C S. S Coffee 1 H. B. Co. Special Special 3 Ibs foi Sugar-Cocoa Extra f la'rge, per pound 20 Ib sack B C Sugar and ORAPES CA_ Ih Lownej's Cocoa -Per basket Special OC- FINEST DAIRY BUT- >9C_ TER Per pound pounds for fcilt. Per Crate CRYSTAL CREAMERY Red or yellow tA Per pound i pound PEAMEALED BACK TOMATOES i A pound B> the piece Per pound w f POTATOES JCf Sliced, per pound pounds CORNSTARCH. Special 17-1-r S for pound 1A2V See Our Stocks ot Printed anfl Inlaid Linoleums Scotch and Canadian qualities. 2 yards wide. A big range of pat- terns in matting, hardwood, floral and block styles. At special prices for Friday and Saturday. Curtains and Draperies ami Cretonnes 4. wonderful assortment is on display in our HousefurniahinE Department. All the newest, fads in window decorations are on view. Ask to see the new printed Terry Cloth and Crenoiine, the latest m Art Cretonnes. Candy Specials of Unusual Importance for Kiddies LOWNEY'S ORIGINAL PHILADELPHIA CARA- MELS. Assorted flavors in sealed packets 1 A each lwv LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES. Covered ohernes -J A dipped in cream in sealed packets, tach LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATE COVERED CAR ft AMELS. Full cream in sealed packets, each LOWNEY'S CREST CHOCOLATES. In Us, Is, and 2 pound boxes. GANONG'S ALL CREAM CHOCOLATES. Hard and nut centres and Medal of Honor chocolates All box- ed in dainty and 1 pound boxes. GANONG'S BULK CHOCOLATES In cream nut and fruit centres All fresh goods for trade GROCERS' MIXED CANDY. GAGE and other Fruit ufacturerf in 1 ondon. Englaml On Sale Friday and Saturday i Boys' Specials BOYS' OVERCOAT A odd lines to be clewed in 20 to Reg Q.Q 50 to 18.00 BOYS' BLOOMIR Made of strong TWlnf tedi and tweeds pair ;