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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUBSDAT. OCTOBKH 10, 10IB THE LETHBRIDtiE DAll.Y HKIUr.f I'AdE SEVEN o all submarines whether mer- chantmen or warships, said Counsel- lor Polk of tho state department to- day. GanadianB On Alert U'inuiiieg, Man., Oct. special dispatch today from Ottawa to the naval service department was in con- stant communication with the British admiralty on the sntmiarine menace of the Atlantic coast. "Steps have been said the minister of mar- ine and fisheries, "to remove danger. Everything possible 's being clone cnj- Miss Phillips is spending a few (lays witli lier brother tit Cay- ley. Allu. to anyone from KItKD J. CAVKKX. 50c. a box, G for JL'.rjO, tritd sizr, 20c, At nUdealcrsorsont postpaid by Fruit- I a-tives Limited, OUawti. The G- I. A. will meet with Brooks. 117 loth St., Wednesday nf- ten.ioon at for Red Cross sewing. Mrs. Johnson's section of I.ailies' Aid will meei tomorrow at the home of Mrs. J. II. Overfleld. 12th St S. .Miss Hill of Vancouver, has arrived in tlie city to spend tlie winter with relatives. At present she is the guest of -Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Hill. Dr. and .Mrs. Galbraltli left on Sut- urday for Toronto, Xew York and Philadelphia. Dr. Ualbrailh will'at- tend the Medical convention at Phil- adelphia. A Trio of Ladies' Wear Specials Our Special Corse! Made expressly for our trade, i-'inos! cimtil with six liose supporters and daintily trimmed with satin. Worth Our Special Price WID SEIILEj ON Ladies' Under.sUirts Fine quality Black Sateen. Kulur Special 98c London. Oct. British par-1 Hamciiil assembled today for the au- i tumn session. Financial aspects of tlie war were referred to by the Chancel- lor of the Exchequer, Reginald McKen- nil. In response to a question in the j House of Commons. Mr. fcH-Kenna i said the decision lo tesue six jjer cent j from Medicine Hat, where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. MacBeth's mother, Airs. Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh MacBeth and exchequer bonds had been taken he-j Miss .lean MacBeth reLurr.ed today cause the did not appear to] be tiie most favorabl'i to put a long i dated loan. Irish Nationalists at a! meeting today decided to make effort to have the Irish question dis- cussed in the House of Commons as London, Oct. dawn this, "says an official statement I IsBiied by the British war department' today, "the enemy infantry in the open in the neighborhood of Grand Court were cuught under our: artillery fire. A successful raid was.made lust night southwest of Givenchy. The en- emy {.reaches -iwere entered although they were' held with considerable strength. Two dugouts were.bombed, j Casualties were inflicted on the en- emy." Claim Success Berlin, Oct. attacks made by Anglo-French forces on the rivers Lieut. L. B. De Veber of the 191st battalion, and formerly of the Bank of Montreal staff, is visiting tho city on leave from Sarcce camp and is a guest 1 at the News. .Mr. and -Mrs. J. T. Ross, of Dundee street, are leaving shortly to make their home in Letlibridge, to which cit Mr.1 Ross hat-' been transferred In employ early as possible. John Redmond was i requested to give notice of the follow- ing motion and ask facilities for its j discussion: j "That, tho system of government j" at'present maintained in Ireland is in- j j consistent with the principles where- 1 fore the allies are fighting in Europe Hat News and is or has heen mainly responsible of the j for the recent unhappy events and for I the present .state of feeling In that country." The marriage took place at North Battlfciord, Sask.. of .Miss Mary -Jose- phine MacAree, of North Battloford, to Joseph 3. Gillis, barrister, of Blair- MANY IALGERIA .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'Shortliouse, p( j 1 West Virginia, who have been visit- j and Sonime yesterday, says ajlng Mrs. G. L. Officer, have left to visit Mrs, Shorthouse's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnlburgh. at Purple Ladies' House Dresses In ginghams, chambray ami prints. All sizi-s including outsizus. OFFICE BY ONE O'CLOCW TO'-IN- SURE INSERTION ON THB.SAMB DAY AS j Adjusted and Cleaned at Your Home. Sewing Machines, Phonographs, Typewriters Made to Run Like New. Prices Moderate and Work Guaranteed. Phone 1278 J.H.FORC1A The 1917 Ford Touring Car f.o.b. Ford, Ontario. Streamline effect, tapered hood, crown fenders, new radiator with larger ceding are the principal new features of the.1917model. :The demand for this new model has been. so.great that having difficulty in obtaining sufficient cars to satisfy our customers To insure delivery of your car, we suggest placing ord Call a lid see us. FORD GARAGE 1232 THIRD AV6. S.; LETHBRIDGE. ;