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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'ACU-: SEVEN THE LETHBRIDGE PAIL? HKRALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1916 Improved Hastic Owes its Comfort, Warmth and Wear to Detailed Care in the Making Thorough "shaking" and washing of Stanfield's wool produces the cleanest, softest, fluffiest material possible to work with. Stanfield's secret process takes Uie "shnnk out of the wool in the washing, before it goes to the knitting machines. Expert cutters fit Stanfield's Combinations and Two- piece Suits u carefully as a tailor fits a high-pnced suit. The finished garments are again thoroughly washed, and rinsed in distilled water. Then, after every particle of "shrink" been remov-d, each garment checked for sw on frame, ensuring perfect fit Stnnfield's Elastic Inset Shoulders prtvent pulling or binding, and give delightful freedom. Stanfield's special Smooth Seams-snug knitting Wnsts and deep reinforcement on fronts ot Uraweis andfrrawer Straps-these ensure laslmg sahsfadhon. Stanfield's Improved Elastic Closed Crotch ".the.fiH touch o! perfection that makes Stanfield's Combinations the most comfortable undergarments you can buy.j FAVORITE STANFIELD'S FABRICS SUnfuU'l Wool! Ihe garment that has made Slanfield's famous. Pure limbs' wool, eitrm and absorbent, and wonderfully durable. Red, Blue and BUck Label, In refular, medium and heavy weights. STANFIELD'S LIMITED, 10. heavy winter fabric, knitted four-ply Ironi pure, spun semi-silk. Washes beautifully, Is absolutely unshrinkable, and noted for 11s durability. No. 11 is the same quality, In just half the weight. Both are pearl color. Write for Free Sample Book showing over a dozen weights and textures, from the lightest wool to the heaviest ribbed goods for Out- door Men. Tin- followIiiR as received rucoutly by C. Hoi- ton or Ulhbrldso. Holmcs.Jow- Hi anu wuu are among the most Hat Not H.d An Hour'i SicfcneM Taldne e B T u" till it is no more recognized rhaU about 9 the.ewure.r.O men taken to he 0 e ana remainder wore operation and several other mlnoi details are preventing mo from going To the front, yet 1 have the conjola- tion of knowing that as a British hoi subject who has taken the beautiful west as the land of my adop- feeling as 1 did, that it was up to me to do what I could In defence of "glorious Empire." 1 have cer- tainly done what lay in my power to do You will see that promotion has come to me fairly rapidly but as 1 remember telling you that It was my intention to leave the service with.as Kood a reputation as I had when I joined it. I feel that when the war is over I shall be able to come tack bringing honors with me, of which shall have no need to be ashamed There is one thing a man ill joining the colors should try and. realize and that is. to make the duties of his su perlor officers as light as possible Then, if he does that, he haa a chance ned to death for spying, Mme. Gornem, was Maria Liberdall, of Dusneldorf. Marseilles has unanimously condeni For Wall Papers, Burlaps; and Room Mouldings You will fiud our stock the largest and best assorted in Southern Alberta. Vidrolas and Records WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU OUR STOCK. We have a large stock of cloth-bound books- Regular and books now 75c or 3 for i See Window Display, ickshaven, the most northerly .seanon. me t the h.s Hill ouun. uj nu-ine. The Normandie was of tons gross. She was 232_feet long, 3b feet -beam, and built in AMocWedBbarf of Am Royal Academy ol Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLANO. for Ltcal ExamlnaUus in Mnsle MTMN i His Mnslc Examinations to tHc Pupil' oMlTeicholol racical MR. MARRIOTT 73 Lees Avu., Ottawa, Out., August Ml, 1915. I think it my duty to tell you what "Fruit-a-tives" has done for me-. Throe years ago, I began to feel run- down and suffered very much from Lirer and Kidnry Trouble. Having read of I thought 1 would try them. The result vas surprising. During the 31 years >ast, I liavo taken ibcm regularly and would not change for anything, nol Itad an hour's sickness since I com- menced using and I know now what I haven't known for a good many that is, thcblesainj of a healthy hody and clear thinking WALTER .1. MARRIOTT. 50c. a box, fi for trial aiie, 26c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-actives Limited, Ottawa._____________.____________ were about 60 .laps, all of whom were delighted at the chance given them to Bhow their love for Empire. Proud ill- deed to be able to wear the P.P.C.L.1- badge also, and Just mark my words, if those boys don't do credit to them- selves and the corps they belong to shall be very much deceived I went round their tents to apeak to the bovfc on the Saturday evening before thes nen, 11 lie uuua I getting- along good, and .winning th espect of those who are placed ii uthority over him. I myself hold a very responaib! position. I am medical orderly fo he dept and find my work very n creating at the same time learmn something, which, 'when 1 Bet back lome may come in very useful to me. I come across a few discomforts at times but you find them everywhere you go. 1 think of you all many a time, and wonder how you are getting on me niu.um.ij left on Sunday morning, the 27th or August. They and seemed to be leaving with the one great desire in their.hearts, viz. -We will do the best we can. That was the spirit with which they loft the camp during the early .hours, cheering as the Depot hand struck up, "Keep the Homo Fire Burning. I certainly fell proud of them as also I did for all the boys, some of whom I may never seen again in this lite, my prayer is that the Lord will bless them and protect they may be able to fight the good fight with all their might. So that when they do come back to Southern Alberta they look everybody TRURO, N. S. some o- help to change things here a little to ep o c get a little news from the hoys you Will uc auic f----- straight in the face and know that turope; with a Gefmany defeated n Copenhagen, via London, Oct. 20.- amuijci.itcm. ij ready sent about 250, boys qt.thc.olO isth into the trennlie's, amongst them in Practical ill thmuglwul. Last Will and Testament The most important document a person of large or small means must prepare. Leaving a will saves costs and delay in the administration bftme's estate. Ask for our booklet "A Talk About Your Will." British Canadian Trust Co. PHONI CONYMAM BLOCK LITMMIDOU The Annu MusTcInd Canada In Miy and Jane. In Theory only will be held Iith 1916, to be made by October An exhibition valne about offered annually also a Gold and Silver MedaH. svllabiis Music fortheejainiuatjonsand .11 particuUr. may be obtained on oppllta- tion to WAI1KC BAVIS. (Ieil.enlsJereU.jl.tC.Mti.) Parents and Teachers wishing to enter their onpils for these examinations should SSimralcate with the Secretary .t once and thrir n.mes pteccd on nullwi Int. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. BABIES' MILK Milk suppiie.i from Individual cowl In'' have tubercular by the novern- ment EDG2HILL DAIRY Phon. 1584 801 7th St. SOU Ul H'c every other nation IMF. had to earn that the voice of Birope can- not be defied with -impunity It will come when Germany is ready to re- mid-late the persons and the principles that made the war the militarists and the chauvinists have become a despised and repudiat- ed remnant, when the nation says To we listened, and. you we have obeyed to you we have sacrificed all Sat holds us to life, the lives of our sons and our husbands and o.ur fatb ers the ideals and beliefs of our an oestors? and our own Better nature You offered us wealth and powe' and- the kingdoms of this world, am we accepted your offer and your pro and what nave we? For hem we have battered our all, anu there is nothing in return hut hunger anc cold tad nakedness, disease and death, ruin and destitution. Never in "he history of the world has there been such unanimity In sacrifice be- fore our deeds thi armies of Napoleon .may how the head, and what have we won by it? Two years ago the worfd -was at "pur-feet, to our cities men came from every land, and in 'every land our merchants were me most our products were the most iised, and it was our thoughts that men thought. .And now travel round the globe, and we are the despis- ed and hated o' have the curse of mankind; we have the curse of Cain on our brow, men shun us In the streets, anil o.ur language is os tracised. To you we owe it that thi achievements of a century of nationa effort have been lost." Germany asks for aecurity, she shall have cisely the same security that France and Russia and Italy and Holland en- joys; a security based', partly on her own strength, but even more on the recognition of the lawa and principles of Europe. Germany-asks for guar- antees she'shall have ly the guarantees with which ev, ery other state has to be content; the guarantee that tyrannical overgrowth of any one confederation of states-will inevitably arouse in the rest of Europe a coalition before which every the strong- est, must how These laws of Euro pean life have been learnt in the course of centuries by all nations and accepted; and they have always been learnt In the same way, in the bitter of experience and war. Ger- many is now leaning the lesson, and the will continue till the lesson hat then It will atop. It will ItOB It been burnt In- to ihi whftM 'nation that It will never be forgotten Men ulk of the term, of peice They mat- rpHERE are two ways to make a sweet-smelling toilet and bath soap. One way is to use inferior materi- als and kill the disagreeable odor with perfume. The other way is to use such high grade, mild, pure, clean ingredients that no perfume ,is needed. Ivory Soap is made in this way. No perfume is sweeter than the natural odor of this white, pure cleanser. You will find that Ivory smells clean. IVORY SOAP. Procter t GanUe ttctaria in HmoUm, Cnwrfa BID ROSE TEA A ;