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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1918 THE LETHBniTWS DAILY HICHAM) PAGE NINE EXTRA! At Rvlands Tonight! PHONE 1224 White Flannelette 100 yards of tine white flan- nelette, Tonight, IOC a yard Children's Vests Pine white wool mixture vosts or drawers. AST Each Ladies' Vests Fall weight, low neck, with short sleeves. Cft- Eitra Special Sateen Bloomers For girls, 2 to 14 year size. Very special 49 C at Silk Waists Heavy quality Japanese Taffe- ta silk. White only. Two new styles with wide col- OC lars. All sizes....... Ladies' Combinations Medium weight elastic knit combinations for women. White only. Sizes to 38........... Ladies' Hosiery Black cashmere mixture. Size to 10. On sale rtrt tonight only, 3 pair -I y C Fleeced Waists Any size now in stock. Natur- al color. Well taped, 3 to of 12 year sizes....... Corset Bargains 100 pairs of D. A. Corsets. All new models on sale. AC-, Tonight only......... Grey Flannelette Mill ends of grey Dorset. Val- ues up to 22c a yard To. C Two Big Bargains from the Ready-to-Wear Department Goats Your cboice of 15 brand new Tweed Coats In misses and small women's sizes that are really good values at and These coats are on sale for Tonight only. Dresses Half a dozen pure wool navy serge dresses. Made up In a neat style. All new this season. Sizes in the lot up to 40. A real bargain for tonight only. Mr. kilunlrlck, or the Merchants Dank nt Olds, formerly of is spending tliii week-end in the city. Art Needlework club will meet with Mrs. J. liuulton, Sixth St., on Monday afternoon. Mr. E. F Chandler returned today from a week's visit with relatives In Wetiisltiwln. Miss Orma JIcNabb, of Calgary, is the guest of Miss Vera Bradwin, 6th Mr. 'and Mrs. David Donald have returned from a two weeks' visit to Calgary and Vulcan. Miss Phyllis Becker ot Medicine Hat, arrived in tiie city today to spend a days with Miss Downer. Mr. and Sirs, Peck, of Lethbrldgc, arrived here on Monday. Mr. Peck has closed a deal to lease the Lockle Bell Creek Echo. nombardier Gerald Costigan of the 7Sth battery, returned today from Cal gnry, where he spent n few days' leave with his mother. Capt. Lindsay Hall, with the Can adian forces and a cousin of Inspector Lindsay, R.N.W.M.P., Red Deer, ro ceived the Military Medal from the hands, of the King at Buckingham Palace last week. and Mrs. H. S. Pelletier o Monarch, Alta., announce the engage ment of their youngest daughter, Aa nie Laurie to Mr. Lackie A. Carmi chael of Monarch. The marriage wil take place the last week in November W. A. Hlginbotham, of Mont real, who of Foreign Ag encies ot the Sun Life Assurance Co is spending a few days in the city vis iting Ills brothers and sisters, and i a guest at the home of Mr. J. D. Hig inbotham. Mr. Higlnbotham is on hi way to India and the Philippines. Miss Gladys SIcKelvie, of Calgary and Miss .McKelvie, of this cits', gav a pla-ao recital on Thursday evening] In the ball room of the Palliser. The Calgary Herald in describing Miss McKelvie's musical triumph says: Combined with her ability for musi- cal interpretation and power of tech- nique, Miss McKelvie has a charming stage appearance and a winning per- sonality, that at once 'wins admira- tion. The Calgary friends who have known her since childhood are pre- dicting a brilliant future for her. Soft, Smooth Skin Comei With Ot MORAH WATSON 86 Draylon Avc., Toronto. Nov. 10th, 1915. A beautiful complexion is a handsome woman's chief elory ami thernvyofher less fortunate rivals. Yet a Soft, clear with' health only the natural remit of pure Jtlaad. "I was troubled for a considerable time disfiguring Rash, which covered my face for which I used applications and remedies without relief.. After using "Fruit-a- tives "for one week, ttie rash is com- pletely gone. I am deeply thankful for the relief andin the future, I will not be without NORM! WATSON. 50c. a bos, 6 for trial size, 2Sc. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. What the Press Agents Say At The Orpheum A most promising vaudeville offer- Ing will be given at the Orpheum next Monday. The London Singing Bell Ringers will offer a musical novelty entitled, "Moments which is a gem of artistic presentation. These five boys have a very tuneful and enter- taining offering which ranks with the best in the profession. The Betting Bettys is the name of a racy, pacy musical comedy, featur- ing two very-funny comedians and a sextette ot pretty girls in songs, jokes, dances. The Betting Bettys have a novel story and a new way of putting it over The costuming of the piece adds materially to the success of the offering. Olive Briscoe, come- dienne, is a charming yonng lady of. wonderful personality, who will offer j a series of song characterizations in her own inimitable way, which sure to please immensely. Gibsbee's Acrobatic Dogs will pre- sent something new in the animal line, .as these canines do tricks never before attempted by any animal trainer. Smith and Kaufman will present a comedy skit- entitled, "A Midnight which is full of humor and is sure to make a hit. A comedy motion picture will'com- plete a most delightful vaudeville of- fering that is sure to please even the most exacting of theatre-goers.. Two shows, 7.45 and 9.30. At the Empress Lost Lake, high up in the Sierra Ne- vada mountains, is peopled by rugged types of woodsmen and prospectors. Ahuer Clark and his daughter Jude; Judge West, a veteran prospector; Dave Beau, a hardy mountaineer; Wallace Harrison, an artist who has gone to Lost Lake for and Vaughan McAndrews, the hero ol the play, are the principal figures in the photo-story that is shown at the Empress tonight for the last time .The artist paints a picture of Jude for which she never posed and a mis understanding arises between her lover and herself. The story of. their re-union is a pretty one. Montreal -to Glasgow Direct Up-to-Dnte Steameri SAILINGS CASSANDRA............Nov. 7 ATHENIA Nov. 21 Tickets from any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granvllle St. Since the 1st of September the Alex- ander Gait Chapter, l.O.D.B. have giv- en out. 134 Ibs. of wool to the school children to 'be knitted into socks. This week 144 pairs of socks were sent to the 20th battery. On Tues- days and Fridays wallets for the 78th battery are being made at the regent's home. The prisoners of war commit- tee have sent parcels, containing in- numerable articles, "both eatables and wearing apparel, to sixteen prisoners in Germany. The chanter is plan- ning to hold a "Last -Minute Sale" on Dec OUi, and cactr member is asked to make at least ono article for this sale. A photograph of the Con- struction Corps has been received by the chapter, sent by members ot the corps who were very grateful for sev. eral kind acts of the chapter The marriage took place yesterday t the First Baptist church of Mr. latthew Hunter and Miss Helen Griep otb of Ooalhurst, Alta, Rev. John IcAllister performed the ceremony. Pimp'es Gone Really Surprlilng the Way Stuart's Calcium Wafers Put the Delicate Pink Twinge en the Skin freed of All Pimples and Other Eruptions. Send for Free JTrial Package. Of course you want a lily complex- ion. And you will have it If you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. They work in your blood and stop the accumulations of all those im- Your Friends.. can buy anything.. you may give them Except Your Photograph. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE purities that lodge in the skin to cause pimples, blackheads, liver spots blotches, eczema and other skin eruii tions. It is the wonderful calcium sul phide that'does this. The blood mus have it. The presence of skin erup tions is proof of blood poverty and you get just what you need to enrich and purify it in Stuart's Calcium Wafers: i fact has been demonstrated bj hosts of women and men who realize that the presence of skin eruptions o any sort detracts from their useful ness in business, pleasure, society anc their own self-esteem. And sine Stuart's Calcium Wafer's will rid the skin ot Impurities, why have'-such 1m perfections? You will, find .Stuart' Calcium Wafers on sale at 50d a box a 'all drug stores. Get a box-today o send coupon for a free trial -package Free Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co., 336 Stuart Bldj., Marihall, Mich. Send, me at once, by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stuart's Calci'ini Wafers. Name Street City-- State Fernie, B. C.. Oct. Honor "udge Thompson rendered his lasi ecision in the criminal cases which lave been engaging the attention oi he county court sessions here during he past ten days, this afternoon, and will leave for Cranbrook Saturday morning. In .the -housebreaking case brought against John Dawson, James Kent and Andrew Lees, Lees was let go on sus- pended sentence; and the other two men were sent to Nelson jail for three months The case against McDonald, charged With stealing was dismissed The case against Hajara Singh, charged with a statutory offense jrouglit in a verdict of !'not proven.' The case against Jewen Singh, was prosecuted by Mr. Herchmer and MacNelll defended. The -accused was adjudged guilty .of assault and was sont down for six months. Albert Juras, an Austrian, was found guilty of assault with a knife and was sentenced to nine months jin Nelson jail. 'Herelliner acted for tie Crown ana A. I. Fisher defended in this case. Another case, in which a Hindoo was charged with an indecent assault was dismissed for want of evidence. As.a result of the sitting, four men will gt to Nelson in a day or two to serve their sentences. Three men escaped from the Mor- rissey Internment camp yesterday and are still at largo. A further investigation into the laud situation in this district discloses some more very interesting facts. Lands are being held in the Elk and Koptenay valleys at from to dollars per acre. The cost of clearing these lands will double the cost to the purchasers. An Alberta farm owner was in town this week and offers to sell his half section In the Stavely district at per acre. His land is all fenced, all broken, with a good house and stab- ling upon It, Last year he grew a fine crop and this year a still better one which averaged 32 bushels of whea' per acre, for which he received ?1.52. lie had 160 acres In crop, which brought bushels, worth When we compare these figures and the prices asked for wild stump land, as compared 'to the price asked by this man for Improved producing land, we have to conclude that there is some- thing radically wrong with the land policy In this province. TONIGHT will terminate our Apple Display, but owing to the huge success of our Sale we have arranged for another car of No. 1 Show Apples for next week. Included in this specially selected, assortment, Spies, Kings, Greenings, Jonothans. Baldwins, Winter Bananas, Ho man Beauties, Spitmi- bergs, Nonesuch, Gano.s. Place Your Order Now to secure delivery of the finest box of B.C. Apples procurable. THESE .WjLL BE PUT ON SALE FOR NF.XT WEEK WILL BE THE LAST WEEK FOR FREE OIL PAINTINGS Professor Will finish Ids contract positively Saturday, November. 4th. While there is yet time secure for yourself one of these harulscme inetures Absolutely Free. Remember, Sat., Nov. 4, last day of this offer With every purchase or" accumulative purchases of (his amount made between.. Saturday, October 21st and November 4th, you will be s-iven an oil painting, size 12x20 inches. And with every purchase or accum- ulative purchases of th'u: amount made be- tween these dates, you will be givon an oil painting, size 18x34 Inches. The artist will be seen at work in our centre show window daily betwen the hours of 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. until Novem- ber 4th. Professor Burt will give a Special Exhibition Tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. in Our Centre Show Window 'WITS" BEST IF BED ROSE lest for Liver and Bowels Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent- box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue head and dose clogged up with a trace this to torpid liver, delayed, fermenting food in the bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in- testines instead of being cast out ot the system'is ro-absorbed :ato the blood. When this poison reaches tto delicate brain'tissue it causes conges- tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- ing headache. Cascarets Immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gasses, tako the excess b'lf- from the liver and carry out nil matter.aml now ons nv the bowels. A Cascaret tonight- will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box from your druggist means yoar head clear, stomach sweet breath right, com ploxlon rosy and your liver and bowels regular for Lethbridge Milk Supply Thoroughly Safeguarded Absolutely Safe, Clean, Pure IF YOU BUY IT FROM The Crystal Dairy .WHERE IT IS Pasteurjzed ami Clarified And All Etc., Sterillwd. ;