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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY., OCT011KK 11, 1015. THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVE1S WITH THE KIUTINH AT (JALLU'OLl "A" beach place. TELEPHONE UK WEEK-END SPECIALS AT THE BAY lit Anafarta, where the first landing enteritrise at tlie Gets Two Months for Stealing Watch LOAN TOMORROW Macleod, Alia.; Oct. with tho theft of a J30 watch from William Ross, a soldier, Charles Mc- Corrnick, a harvest hand, pleaded, guilty to the charge, and was sent- enced to two months in the Mounted Police Barracks by Judge E. P. Mc- Welll. Typhoid CaioB number of cases of typhoid fev- 'been'reported town. The origin of the disease is a mystery, as the water has been thoroughly tested, and found to be lira pure state, and iio-senns cah-.be .found yeveral of the patients a'iso eomo from New York, N.Y.. Oct. The Anglo-French finance com- mlsEioners expect to .sign the contract for the loen tomorrow afternoon. M. E. McMullcn returned to her home in Calgary after visiting! tMrs. NMven in the -city. J I I Miss Davy returned yesterday after i spending several weeks at Edmonton and Alack in, Sask. Hiss Grace tStrnchuu is spending a j j few days Sn Calgary 'die guest of j Mrs, P. Jopp. j j Air. F. 0. Hyrlc entertained at i luncheon yesterday in honor of la'nd Mrs.'Wm. Harris. i -Dominion Hebekah Lodge -11 will meet'tonight in the I.O.OJ'1-. hall at 8 p.m. Visituii; Kebekahs cor- diaily'- invited to attend...... j Miss Maude Hutchinsoii, who has I been UK- past year with; her sister, Mrs. .J. .MurrclMVnglitv) i leaves today for Stratford, Ont. I Mrs. Geggic, who lias been sppnd- the'summer wiUi her I Mrs. .J. B. Wilkie, is leaving on Mon-; day for her homo in Toronto. i j i Mrs... 13. J. Hill is entertaining at j the tea. Jipur tomorrow afternoon [or' Mlrs. West oi ronoka, who is the (guesfc of Mrs. .J. A. Jackson. Miss Donnan of the Gait hospital, had as city visitors last week her mother, Mrs. Hugh Donnan and sis- ter, Mrs. Chas. Bickerton, of Grand Forks, B. C. Invitations have been issued for the dance to be given by Maple Leaf Ottawa, Oct. report of the Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, inginecrs who investigated the work jn the Masonic hall, next Tuesday ev- Week-End Specials from the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS lustre finish, handsome service- ff> vi- able, all sizes, ree. 32; Wcek-Bcd.. 5> I .fcO LADIES' KNIT UNDERSKIRTS ill colors of red.'grey, black ami navy. rteg. 4 QO 52.5D. Woek-ICnrI Special I .Ot? LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES in and ginghams, plain um.tk Kesuliip. ?U''o. Special CHILDREN'S SWEATER SUITS, color navy, riMl and grey; sizes, small, Cfi medium-and largo. Special per suit Winter Comforts at Special Prices for Week-End dark on the Dardanelles Luok done on the Toronto harbor improve- jenms. The danco is TO be in ments is believed here to be in the j the Patriotic Fund, hands of .the minister of public y .id of works, ilon. P.obert Rogers. While tbe report itself has not been made public, thbrity it is stated on excellent an-, The Ladies' Aid oi the Christian church are holding a pantry sale next i Saturday afternoon, the 16th, in the HARVESTERS' BLANKETS, ticavv grey ivoul with red (borders. Regular Special per pair........... only Bed Comforters, covered with flowered sllkolinfi in dark color- ings, filled with Isminaled cotton i I O 100 PAIR FLANNELETTE White or grey, with pink or blue borders. Week-End Special Per pair 500 YARDS STRIPED FLANNELETTE full 30 -inches wide, heavy quality, on sale Friday and Saturday, per yard W C 300 YARDS PLAIN BOX CLOTH and Fancy Tweed Dress Goods, 42 and 44 inches wide, splen- did for ladies' suits and separate Special'Friday and Saturday, per yard., 500 PAIR LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE, all wool, black only, sizes to 10. Reg. 50c. -Special pair for ___ 45c OSE, all i the engineers recommended vestry oi the church, on Third Ave. hM farJcost-i A variety of good home baking will will ail have to be done he (or sale. Men's Suits We offer a very fine grade of Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits in the newest styles. Coat lias wide lapels, three -button sac-k. Trousers medium peg, with or without euif, also belt Joops. Heal dressy suits. On sale C 4 flO Friday and Saturday 4M I Linoleums and Oilcloths Repriced for the Week-end FLOOR OIL yards wide. good iiuavy quality in handisoiim designs ;uul color- ings. give excellent, nervuie. Slieciiil per Square Yard Per Lineal Yard 39c PRINTED finish, in a splendid range of designs i.o select from, heavy buck aud well printed surface. Two yardu wide. Special per Square- Yard.. wQC Per Lineal INLAID yards wide; pat- lorns go solid through to the buck, useful assort- ment to choose from for kitchens and dining rooms. Special per Square Yard Per Lineal Yard Extra Specials for Men 15 Dozen MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS to select from very.test quality on market, plain or pleated fronts, soft, cuffs aud collars. A wonder- QAA fill bargain. While they-last, each MEN'S All Wool HEAVY WORKING SHIRTS, a variety of styles and patterns to choose from. All Bizes. Week-Sort, each French ,Govl. Buys Alaskan Huskies Calgary, AIU., Oct. Allan of Nome, Alaska is here, with 107 husky :dogs, Tvhioh! he1 has ____________________ chased for tho French, government; to country districts, who would have no I used in transportation worlr in the cniince o[ beine infected in: the town. Sad Daath A most distressing incident occurr- ed ;on Saturday evening last, when Humes Black, the Argonnes and other mountainous parts of the western ;front this-winter. Al- lan is taking the dogs to Quebec. They were at the Calgary stock yards today. Allan IB tbo famous dog year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. (ea'a to Atoning compe- Ble'ck died from typhoid fever in the Macleod General hospital. The disease was contracted in Mon- tana some three weeks ago, but feel- ing improved in health, the deceased liad made the Journey to Macleod on Tuesday of last week, but on his ar- 'rtyal here, he was in a state of com- plete collapse. He was taken to his parents' ranch some five miles east, of town, and later to the hospital. The funeral took place today from tile resi- dence, a. very large number of ranch- ers and residents of .the town being present. The sermon was conducted by ,Rev. A. D. Richard, paetor of the (Methodist ch'urch. TOO ILL TO WORK A Weak, Nervou. Sufferer Rettored to Health by Ly- i dw E. Pinkrmm'i Vcg- (table Compound. ftwts, Minn. am glad sar (hit Ljrdia E. Pinkhara's Vejetabl. Compound haa I more, for me tbaa I anything and I Iliad the best phyti- I dan here. I was set I weak and. nervous I that I could not do I my work I fered with poins low I down in my right Jside for a jrmr or more. I. took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Oonpomd, and now I feel like a different person. I believe there is hinf like Lydla E. Pinkbam's Vege- well tin an officer of District )8. Hn very lighly esteemed, and hU example IB ikely to be followed by other, union j men ,wnen; the opportunity offers. BRITAIN HANDS BULGARIAN AMBASSADOR PASSPORTS London, Oct. The folloing offi dial announcement of. the. dismissal of Hie Bulgarian minister to Great Bri- tain wa: issued tonight: 'His Majesty's" government HII- noimcos that the. Bulgarian minister Woodstock Imposes Tax for Red Cross Woodstock, Ott 14 stock city, council lias decided to pose a levy of half. a. mill, on .all sessabie pioperty in Hie city for con tribution jo the Red Cross It in be' BID ROSE trj wilt impose a amfar tax, makng ;