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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, T HE F, E T H n n I D E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE io WOMEN JESTIFY fhafcLydiaLPinkham'i Veg- etable Compound Did For Their own Statements Follow. Haliburton, had icfttmnc me and he snid 1 hail falling of m womb, so 1 Imvo boon Inking Lydia Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound ami has done me :i tot of good. All the ..rating-down puins have vanished. I DPhJh' ten pounds in weight, tlui Bostc is all bettor Brook' have for a long time. 1 think any St. LI n ifl foolish to suffer as I did for Pitlsl ike of u few dollars. CincTou can use my letter as a Clil'- Itmaycncourageotherpoorwonii'n NeosuffcrnsI did to use your Vegetable -mpound." GBO. COLLICUTT, "'aliburton, P.E.I. Head Whufc This Woman Says: New BioorefleM, Ohio.-" I take great [eaaure In thanking you for what your Vegetable. Com pound bus done for I had hearing down pains, was dizzy and weak, had pains in lower back and could not be upon my feet long enough to got a meal. As long as J laid on my back 1 would feel better, but when I would get up those bearing i pains would come back, sad the bctor sftid I had female trouble. Lydia j. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was fie only medicine that helped me ami I jave been growing stronger ever since to take it. I hope it will elp other suffering women as ithas me. Tou can use this CASSIK ..LOVD, NewMoorefield, Clark Germans Try to Form Irish Corps detailed aci.'ounl of the mpudcnt Geriiiiiu attempt lo influeuoa licii' Irish prisoners of war was i'n to a Daily Clirouicle reprcsentaiivt 'calcrdiiy by Corporul B. Tliompson Dublin man belonging to the- King's Vorkshini Light Itifiuiiry. Cor oral Thompson returned lo Knglaiid esterduy with Hip disabled su'idiers 'ho have itoen exchanged for Ger mn prisoners. On May 9 the troops at uro circularized, and inviuul by Sir .oger Casement to for Ireland with the moral and material assist- nee Of German government." JJ'he ireular also stated that if an irislt jrigade were formurt. it would be (quipped with anus and amiuuniLion tiy dm (Jerniiui would bo xtiitlonrd Berlin, und treated UK of Uif Bovernniont. "At the oiui Dl1 I he Mio elruiriar uuutliiu- ml, "Tlio 011 nil sin govtirnuiunt itiirtur- UiltiiK to HPiid 1'iicli monibcr of the ori- who !io liosireti il, to the U.S.A.. with means lo sippeai uiuliid with the inliina- tion thai man who refused to join the IriRh would be removed from Umliiii'K. ThosB who wore interested werrj inlvistul to RBI Iheir Herman coniiiaiiy commander. of the L'OOO said Corpor- al TUorrijiiion, "ubout 50 tho Invilalinn. Nrot a single N.C.O.. hovv- (fvor, was ntnonn Hie 50. Kvery nffl- j ccr, diil his DtmoBL to dissuade thu i men from toinliiR." Nobleford Farmer Has Passed Away The death occurred in the city iliis iiioriilnrt of James 'Kynock, afior sit illness of typhoid fever, which lasted for Komc time. The deceased, who years of waBU vetlknown furm- or nr tin- N'obleford district. He re- sided on a farm six miles southeast of ttiat [ilace, his mother lieiH house for Him und hiB two young BOIIB. who survive him. Kynock had resided in the district for some eight years, and is a native of Canada. The funeral will be held on Satur- day afternoon at from Felterly'n undertaking parlora, Rev. A. H. Den- 0011 officiating. TELEPHONE Aitkrn O. M. Uhas. Wakelcn nlhcialed as .M. C. in his usual jovial manner. This National Anthem con.inded a pleasant and succi'Ssi'il c'.Miiis's VMtaimm-iil, and Hie 1'atrioln: I'linlli should henelit j The Ladies' Aid n! SI. Andrew's !church, licid Hieii aiu.'ial yes-1 In-day al liorne "i Mr. and .Mrs. McKeaii, three miles iiorlh-caM 11. A. UcKillnp of (.ity. Tin, pinuiMrs, ;IL..., ii jj rttjont, lolly, met .it 1! n' in j th'l- morniiiii, and WTH- nuiM-vcd in ruslic iasliion to Arc-ailie, where they were sin-edily seated In r. nwisl on tin1 Ijeaiilifui 'awn ui ilu- hosts. Ai-j KM- fastidious and ravanmis appetites were satislied. the parly had a dclighlflll stroll arolinil lac' ranch. Ill the aitcrnoon a vnr Him; Vis son, JI. McKillop. Slierin' Cainpllfll, of Uiirlcod, is .Mrs. K. and Miss Miriam rriiirncil ycsu-rday Irom a short visit to Spokane. in te aitrrnoon a n- The rxrentivr of League sports were indulged will at 13.11 Fifth Ave. S. al ja a hosl "f mcrri- 8 o'clock this evening. a hosl "f mcrri- Tv.u unique ir-alnri1 ol ihe 'sports was the ladic.- rates, run 'sports was Ilic lanu1.- laies, ('apt .1. A. Mimic, oi'the (Ittcn-: according lo v.i'uhi and nnl lion camp, has returned irom spend-' Numerous rewi-l" m liRnt- inn few davs in Calgary. j weight clas.1, were smaslied. Molln-rs some of M.i-m, r.ui witli Mi-, Rogers, Miss l.onaley ol limr loiitli. 'Ihe Mrs Vaiulerwcnl motored from Mac- aad-.ioiind class presi'iil-d a uom.iT- leod vcsterday I" attend the They Iw-e alicadv cliall- thai Lodge Rave. class lo il race al' next years on amdiliou Miss Margaret Kohlnsiin whn has ,.ali provi.-.c siilliricnt hal- lii'en the cues! of her aunt. Mrs. X. ]asl 30fl pound clas.s. The T McLro.i, rctnrnrd jcsl-rday to facrn OIJ I NN ,sss d I i r 1 nl1 III nfliliiu "l i populai ind I t Kn n mi I I I m1- I'lii1" sl i 1 Mis 1'ie n si i I i II tilri s chui LI U ei Ic.iml ol tl" I' il" I ll il llir 1 trnnui v.h-n Mic Iliekili 'oil, m M e U i l ll 1 11 i II n sislii of Mrs Ii> In tie nil no in i o n mul int'il l" niartM-e l.pi i lield t t D t "h-rl urn t prospfiolli HIS ''s iunu in the dl I is I'l" I d r let i si 1 Uu i le cei in ni is fenoinicd (it i i liile ili( nl v ill I'M P In I l Hr i m tie prcs-nce I eis III I stP s I u t 1 d i i c in m i 111" popiliir bllde II s Mi s lie i rn1 'In I 11 r 11 -nil ui ipportcd I s rr i i ll lill 1 I mi I i n i 1 s r "i AUbel nuiiii and 1 rs Hun Hie ii i ui en v 11 hei lirothei in In ill f u us 11 tl, i u t'e la !i ill Pints kd p is 1 Id in IP If) I 1 ill loll) i Hi i reinoni a to "illllnllv m r ll I '.J Pr 'iPr-eil at. 111-? Palace, ho- 1 tl a number ot guests were e i I 11 [1 i 01 Ilic licali'.i "f the tiriile was i, ii lit tlei ihist nrnc I F KM i t c i rill. ID d Iv Ilev. Mr. Brandt, and! i il vennie testified to Ilic ihist nrnc i pi 1 s c inn in HI i popularity of the. rnunle. I oj tl 11 I Hi L 1 mil tlr i rs. (iieeu later leii for: I hi ,upulii or an T i i 'i s s I ,sco, where they will visit j imlniiiL in ts u le fit i r i 'on. They will reside on ni e of ihr it in r r n 11 IT n ir r l i n i'n Sir. s farm west In, n til nil. li pi mi uu cji n I 1 r I forts for the troops at. llir. fr.illt. anil lliundietis oi pairs 01 sccis anil iniii i flers have hcpn made by if; Last nielli's function, !hc first tnr scisi i trnv I hit t u ello Is. rl for the mcoRiraoilatloa Jenkins Case lookes hc Veil helore the to, uiich Ityilniiian in Supreme ceil occupied the entire Iny'fi sittinss in hearing e on the instalment plaii helore the to, I.PI.CI uic >ias in d in thPi usti I tiiii mm ,onp (h iier.iult in re: hy I lie ladies of the society. home interesting evidence .s ..e.-.i.-, 're: bv the ladies of IDS society. 1 some inuiien I -Elv'e hands followed, tlir.. llioRram i lironghl out. I finishinK by midnight. The prizes Conlral llgiire Is F. .1. Riches, leading signalman oE the C.X.rt. liner tojai UiUJid loiiidiied in Hie bea Up ind his two isslstani lunliol-s. are sluren with one ot Ihe ships life preservers marked Toronto there the 'bip was leystcrcd IliLliei w is loimerl) a scout Jt en fe.i anil icceiud the iiher volt fol litp snini, wue iwai'dri is lollius niii rrel Ii --h ClPi.'.Plilson, cx-M.I-.A un- I tie Ii ilc-ll Mr C the Northwest. Tcrntotial le- ft 1 .dics-l t Dunk ,ime i I in on feimday, nd Mrs s nnsohllin 13. Mr. Clenieiitson was j luss C entl-inen s Kill II- n l milative o[ Wlntewood in Hunk lith 0 1 'ml I Ms lie West. Legislative Assembly. BISHOPS OF CANADIAN GENERAL S YNOD IX CONFERENCE IX TORONTO Arehblshop Malnofon. Priiunlc ot nil Canada, is fourtli .'Trqin tlio left. Major (i. Starr is Men on Ihe right haiul wcariug two service, medals, lie Son active service in Fl.ndcni. lie is rector fleoree's Cathedral, Kinsston, auU has yolunleered to return to Uw Awl Your Attention is Called to This Page For Your Week-end Shopping News The New Suits and Coats THE SUITS You'll liiul the Hcady-lo-Wcnr Si-clion radi- iinl willi Ilic liuiiutil'iil new models for luituinu mill Xo now season's fashions wore ever more In feminine tunics than will he round in these Sl'ITS, and ccrlininly none, were ever more practieai or becoming. Chief anioiiM the eolors are navy and blacU. >o THE COATS Alinnsl evpry conwuvuhlc mixed effect will lie found in our showing of Ladies' Coats. So different from anything seen thus far that ade- description here would lalte too long. Call and inspect them. i-o 25c All Silk Taffeta Ribbon, 2 yards for 25c Fire inches wide, of extra hearr quality and pure Milt. I" navy, sky, royal, pink, red. and aaxe. Friday and Saturday 2 yards for Lovely Fnlliugs, 5c yard Txrvelv shades in these Krillings, worth much more than this week-end price. Colors: hello, white with hello flowers; blue and brown Cg paisley effects. Per yard ww Continuation Sale of Hudson's Kay Fountain J'ens It is not necessary to pay a high price for a quality Fountain Pen. Call in and inspect this range." The low prices will be a pleasant surprise. Priced at 79c 4Sc Friday and Saturday Treats paulin Chambers Brown -Mixed Can- dy, marie 'Of pure cane sugar, pure wholesome. Per 10c At 25c.per pound, Hudson's Bay Spec- ial. Assortments, rte- Itcious. Cl'.V- Per 25c ..Corset Cover Embroideries Sheer and dainty Corset Cover Embroideries, all real Swiss -hand made goods, in floral anrt conventional designs. Regular 75c. 35C Week End; per yard................... WWW Lovely Kimonas Dainty styles .in Ladies' Kimonas, made of lovely new crepos; colors pink, sky, CopenliaEen and red in sizes 34 to Friday and Saturday Children's sleepers 75c Children's Sleepers, good heavy quality, fleecy lined, sizes from 1 to 4 years. Friday and Saturday Children's Coats In fine grade corduroy; colors dark blue, red and green; values in the regular way up to Sizes 1 to 4 Button Styles iu Ladies' Gim- inetal Boots Made of selected guojnetal, srnart style with high hesl and neat toe: all sines in the lot. Not a pair in the lot. worth less than ttf S-I.OO. Sale Button Styles in Ladies' Patent Boots These bools are of the very popular patent leather. The style is dressy button effect. All sizes; -values I 3 Elk Boots for Men priced at For tlie man who likes a soft pliable leather in heavy siioe, these boots are specially de- signed. Black and tan. comfortable JKJ fitting last. values Men's Felt Slippers Men's Slippers of fine grade felt, with leather sole. Al! sizes. Regular price 51.50. Friday and Saturday Clearance of Odd Lines in Boys' Bloomer Pants Boys' Pants in good sturdy tweeds and wor- steds, smart bloomer style, dark, neat colorings. A clearance of odd e-1 4 A Sizes 23 to 34 litW Men's AVool Shirts Dark blue, green, cardinal and grey the colorings represented in this lot of Men's "Wool- len Flannel Shirts. C< AO Values to I The Usual Weekly Shipment of Waists Prices are noWhly tor of so much exclusiveness and beauty. Made of fine' roiles, al! nicely trimmed and priced from to Daughters of the Empire will be in charge of Tea Rooms Friday Afternoon as usual Wine Dept. Specials Friday and Saturday JOHNNIE KIL- MARNO'CK per LETKCFMOGE Per do-en........ff 4 Cfl Quarts- I.3U JOHN DEWAR'S 4C SCOTCH; pal oottle 9 BARCLAY PERKINS BROWN STOUT; per dozen C< TC PHONE 613 bottles Finest Tungsten Lamps Tested, wire-drawn crystal clear glass, satisfactory lamps We'H fle' liver U you your'own risk. All perfect when they leave our 15 Watts ..30c 2S WatU 40 Watts ..40c 'oO WatU ..60c WEEK END GROCERY FEAST Robertson's Jelly Marniauide. 1 pound size; Per -jar licoerlson's Bramble Jelly (2 111. size) Raspberries 2 tins for Strawberries 3 tins for Lombard. Plums 2 tins, for Greengage Plums 2 .tins for......... Pineapple 2 tins, for FRUITS PI-VMS Per case PEACHES. Per case GRAPHS Per pound Cliow. Onions- Walnuts Per bottle 20c 45c 35c 35c 25c 29c 35c 80c 95c 15c 33c Cardston Butter pounds tor Rolled Oats S pound sack Cream of Wlieai Per package.......... Shredded Wheat 2 Cor 95c 35c 19c Z3c With every order, 20 pound sack of B. 4 C A C. Sugar for I Puffed Rice Per packet Piiffed Wheat 2 for Icins, Bar or ,bump Sugar, 3 pounds Jelly Powdere.., 4 for...........---- 4 bags for 14e 23c 26c 25c 25c RIPE TOMATOES Frelh for Saturday. ORANGES Per dozen LEMONS Per dozen COMBINATION OFFER 1 tin Panshtne 4 Tablets Rex Toilet Soap 1 packet Welcome Borax Powder Fels Naptha Per package Sunlight Soap 33 tor.......... 3 for........... IVi for 3 p_ouod wail 50c 65c Attend the Demonstration of Lever Brothers' Soap Products in the Grocery Section ;