Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1918 '.UK Ll,l JIBHIDl'K DAILY UKKALi; PAGK N1NK. AMATEUR NEEDED * ? : * : : * ??: Mlas H. Collins' and Miss h. Cameron woro -visitors for tho Thanksgiving soason with Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, In Mnclooil. 4 � Mr. R. V. Dawson, who has been visiting In tho city with his sister, Mrs. 1). A. Taylor, en route from the coast, left, yesterday for Pcterboro. � , Mrs. F. D. Shaw Just received word that her nephew, Lieut. Charles Francis Alcitidel, M.C., was wounded lu action, lie Is an only son of Dr. and Mrs. Maudcl, of Bedford, Kngland. * W. H. MacOregor, C.P.R. roadmas-tor, left-yesterday to make Okotoks his headquarters. Mrs. MacOregor will spend a couple of weeks in l'.d-mnnton before going to Okotoks.' Word lias been received by Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Neve that tbeir Hon. Frank, who lives near Dultitli, Is dying of pneumonln. Througli the Herald they have learned that lie is in Hint portion which has recently been destroyed by fire. * Miss Roberta Sage, graduate of the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Edmonton, who has been ill witii Spanish influenza in Calgary. Ik convalescing at iter home in the city. *> # * Mrs. K. A. Shannon lias received word that her nephew. Win. McNatigh-ton, a Huron county boy, has been killed in action. m * n Mrs. W. It. Stillwell and son Dur-wooil of High River, are Hie guests of Mr. und Mrs. It. I*. Anderson. There Is fhrgetli: heed for volunteers to Help nu'rse in tlx; present epidemic. Mnny m-i's have occurred where both j>.ii--cuts are 111 and help ih needed in caring for the children and superintending the house. These cases are not serious, but. help is needed for a day or WOMAN'S NERVESiHave You two. Ladles who unte.er to lielp in need are naked to Nursing Mission once. u Id vol-ilii . great. 11 li' > 11 � the >1'-"!.., at Minister of Mr. ,1. T. Ross, Deput,'. Kdiication, in In the i it > Mrs. David Wiirnoci:. wite of the I ! former uieinher of iiiiriiameiu lor I I'incher Creek, Alta.. -.vho !ni I.....n '.a resident, of Ottuwu for the past' 1 four year.", will spend Iii>- winter in 1 Victoria. It.C. Mrs. Wnrnorli with I her daughter. Miss Leslie and son. .Master Melville have been in I'inc her ; ("reek all summer, Mr W'.mioe),'* ' I duties on the veterinary :-ta:f of the ' I militia department, ke..;, |ij.u in Montreal.-Ottawa Citi/i i: * * * Be Prepared for the Coming Season It will pay you to anticipate your requirements in fall and winter underwear early because our stock is now at its best in the way of varied selection. Prices will be higher later on-the mills are now running to capacity and in many cases unable to accept repeat orders. With this situation in view we would advise you to buy and buy early. A stock of high quality merchandise moderately priced await your requirements. We bought early and in big quantities with these points in view, but even our big stock will not last any too long. LADIES' COMBINATIONS Medium weight cotton combinations for early fall and winter wear. Made with long sleeves nnd close fitting neck. A well made garment and moderntely priced. ^ QQ at, suit WOOL COMBINATIONS 5.50 Ladies' Pure Wool Combinations In soft fine quality. Made with elbow Blnnves mid V neck. ThlH Is one of our best Helling nnd finoat values, full range of sizes, at, suit ................................... CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR An excellent quality of underwear. Made in combinations with long sleeves, high neck and drop sent in natural wrfbl. These garments wash well und wear well, n fkfi In all ylr.es. 2-yoar slue at ..................... ��UU CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Tins Is a little lighter weight In wool and cotton. Made In good fitting style with long sleeves und high nock and c'oseil crotch. Full range of sizes, in white only, up from .................................... 1.40 MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Wool and Cotton Underwear, made in full rango of sites in excellent weight. Well finished and good wearing quality. Specially * * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? : : : : : : : : > Mrs. Carter's section >'. ih" liele MADE STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Winona, Minn. -"I suffered for more than a year from nervousness, and wu so bad 1 could not rest at night- would lie awake and get so nervous I would have to get up and walk around and in the morning would be all tired out I rend about I .ydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and thought I would try It My nervousness soon left me. I ileep well and feel fine in the morning- and able to do my work. I gladly recommend I.ydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound to make weak nerves strong."-Mrs. AtnEitT Si:ltzk, 603 Olmatead .St., Winona, Minn. How often do wo bear the expression among women, "I am so nervous, I cannot sleep," or "it seems as though I should rly." Such women should profit by Mrs. Sultze's experience and giva this famous root nnd herb remedy, I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. Vor forty yoBrs It has bnen overcoming such serious conditions as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, dizziness, and nervous prostration of women, and Is now considered tho standard remedy for such ailments. GOT THE Hi'attb', worth nf less of a kalis will meet Willi t Is rx.'i m Ivc committee at. her honi". 1>'i- :;nl Aviv North on Thursday iilt;hi at oYlm k. Owitic to the present � j�i h-mii1. Mi l.eu M. t'oombs wisli" : > aid Hi Ms eliceklnK and will t h-'rid'orc disi nn-liuue Ills teurhillK lltllil ni'St Monday. , I'nplls kindly take notn ! where tne hnsanr will be held will be aniionnc-ed later. 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