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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OKCKMHKIl Ut, l'JJ7 TI1K LKTHIWIOOF. tlKH.M.O PACK HE'LL WANT TO KNOW J '-PHONE Tho indies ol the Kastem Star will Dominion JlebeJcah Lodge, Xo. 31, at Iho lUsl Cross rooms lomor- ravf afternoon. J. A. Jaefcsou entertained yes- terday afternoon in liunuf of Mrs. J. X. Kennedy, who leaves Saturday for her new home in Winnipeg. The general meeting of the Major Jack itoss chapter hub been postponed intil Juiiuury owing to wnfiiultix ucellngs. but tt is hoped that as muny aa possible will turn uul tonight for sev.vlng at tbo lied Cross rooms at 8 o'clock, CIIIUSTOI'llER Married on Wednesday aflcmoun at nadir, low aid jou YOU la tbe Dig War Election t Veterans' Masquerade Ball Friday Next, December 14 THIS BEST OF THE OOOD ONES. SS COME ALONG AND MAKE YCURSJELF. AT Refreshments at Popular by the Ladies of the I.O.D.E. THOSE WHO ARE'U'NABLE TO.GET TICKETS PLEASE PHONE 372 will meet tonight at S in the O. O. I', ball. VlHiUiiK Jtebckalis wel- come. Mrs. G. Wells of Caitirose has re- turned home after sjiemlmK several weeks in the city with mother, Mrs. Uurkitt. The Sir Alexander Call Chapter, 1. O. IX K., will nol serve Satur- day ut tbo Vet Brans' Huh rooms. A special tea day will be announced later The Daughters and Maids of EHS- lawl held ;i very well attended meet-' ing last night when the election of of- Bcnning; secretary, reasurer, Mrs. o'clock at St. Mary's church, .the} ficerc look place. The following of fit-; Itcv. C. K. Snow oflicjitthig. John llul-f era were elected: president, Mrs, i of Clarcsliolm and Sarah Alberta Carr; president, Mrs. Witlian; vice- Mra Mrs, Wakeliu; sou; chaplata, Miss Selllns; chairman 1st committee, Mra. Miuliell; chair- man 2ml committee, Miss Lavorick; chulnuan 3rd committee, Mrs. ........_rf....... ______ chairman 4th committee, Mrs. Ilaml- by Mrs. Alex. S-nita. Mrs. n. trustees, ami Miss Gordon itml Mra. McCofvle. Ths.ins; auditors, Mr. Person anil Miss amount cleared waa about seven doll- Laverlck, Doctors Hoy anil Crngg. It Christopher, of 12G4 }4th Avenue The young couple will reside In eshuhu. Mrs. Fred, Ufeii was (he convenor for the Major Jack Ituss, J. O. K. ten at 'yesterday, and as- ars which 'was very goo-Li considering tbo severe weather. Tho Sir Aloiantler Gait Chapter, 1. O- D. 3.t wish to specially thank the following for donations nnJ help at tbo "last minute" sate: Mrs. Brymner, was decided to hold a ivhist drive and dance on December 31st. WAR MEN'IT FOH FRIDAY Breakfast: Jlaked apples, connnenl muffins; butter, tea or coffee. Dinner: Fish kedgeree, boiled onlciis, bakeil .Mr. Peacock, Mr. Illackburne, Mr. potatoes, rico Tea: Tomato rtll. Mr. Frache. Mr. Fclterly and the business men who so kindly agalstcd in Ihe Bile of tickets for fne Victory bond anil the sheep. Tho ensemble recital given by the Conservatory of'Music last night was entire wheat breid, uulter, apple sauce. Tho recipe for Fish Keilgeree. nicn- tionecl above, is cups cooked fish, 1 csg, 4 "table- siioons rice, 1 teaspoon chopped blila'n, ?alt find pepper to taste. 2 tablespoons well attended and every number en- dripping. Put Ihe rice Into Joyed by an appreciative audience, water, with a teaspoon of salt, and! The Conservatory Mandolin Orclics- boil fast until tender (about twenty] Ira opened the program with two well Drain well, and dry in a, i rendered numbers anil were followed colander. Boil the egg hard, cool 11 I by a vocal duet' by" Miss Dropka an'd Mr. A. H. Smith which was very their voices Mending well. The piano duct by Joan and Master John Oliver worthy of special mention, their little hands showing excellent technic- al training. In tho nest number a med- I ley of expressions Mrs. Pe.wson took Miss JUineysolt's place as reader, iis tho latter, was unable to be present, Miss Ppteraon acted as accompanist pnd eight young girls very capably expressed the idea suggested 'by' the' reader. Among thesn MarjbjjrySmfth' was In her-iiiterpreV A-vril Little.-Violet pbrEes, EHjcrta, Suggllt, Vdrna. cold and chop it coarsely. Melt the fat In a In tba cooked add the fish and season- Ing, Make it very hot, then add the chopped egg and serve at once. Anastasia" Skcith 'did splendid Admission 50 dramatic ability was dls-' thp'four young ladles who work. The' TCeclt. and Aria given by i Mrs. J. II. Kennedy was very well re- ceiver] anil the piano solo by Master. was excellent. Some very EO playctl I eavej'ActT the'Barbar ian.; Mis? Ylya jEtipn'sVtonc pr'oduc-; and Mnterpretatiori were very' good in God [Sard's Au Matin and sho was encored. The instrumental trio, from the "Bohemian Girl" was very much enjoyed. Tho impersonations by Miss Ross were especially good. In the Tarantella hi A Minor, the technb ol (Miss Doris Smith was admirable. ,The I numbcr'glvcn by tho students chorus I was much enjoyed by the audience am elf splayed excellent training. The or- chestra" concluded the programme wltb two splendid numbers. After th singing of "God Save the King" an hour was spent In dancing, much to HID delight of the young people pres- ent. Strength of An Anony imous better Making Charges bor-. candidate i Kootenay and iresiden't of District 18 United Mine was commuted for trial here ;hf3 morning ..charged with criminal iibel. William Wayne, :AHa.. is tbe Iliggs was 'releas- ed on bis own recognizance. The libel la alleged to have been committed in certain .words contained 3n an anonymous letter addressed to Williams and stgnsd ac- cusing Williams of1' selling out the union for fnil work 'at big, wages'., A handwriting expert at the trial this And our Grocery Department is ready to pass ihis on to you at brices to remind you of old times. Just look over the few specials elow and compare them .They will stand phone No. 313. We have every dainty possible at equally reasonable EXTRA SPECIAL MciNTOSH RED APPLES 5 ibs. for 25c New Hazel Nuts, Ib...... New Brazil Nuts, Ib. New Walnuts, Ib.......25c New. Almond Nuts, tb.... 25c New'Peanuts, ft. 25c FINEST No. 1 JONATHAN APPLES Finest New Season MUSCATEL morning orldence' that the writ- ing waa similar to lhat'-of Thos. Riggs. for Mr. Kiggs. IL.Qsllund of Lethb ridge, is appearing CHRISTMAS ECONOMY Can be practised the family and your with Footwear i Men's, Women's and Children's Lace or Button Shots. Women's and Misses' Evening Slippers, high or kw heel Colonial or plain vamp. Men's Dancing Pampfc' Men's Leather House Slippers (Romeo and Faust Men's, Women's and Children's Felt jiouse Slippers, leather sole. for aH ages. The above selection in any part woyf.d be appreciated and makes a sensible Christmas I remembrance. I W; J. Nelson Co. 1 Sherlock Building J Corner Third Ave, and SeVeBth Si S. Washington, Dec.; by congress Into the general conduct the war was begun yesterday, with in vestlga'tlon by the senate military com- mittee of the war department's work arming and equipping the-American forces. Bolshevik! Represent the Iron Kill People1 This arc to have .wed'up bjr-thc. jreaclicd itiblr destination'in the Cau- promptly trumpeted a Gen. KornilofC, hove vermin tbe'raean- time manoeuvred his main force near the UolshevikI, and attacked with ttillery. Son.e of hts opponents fled, land others surrcnderedj ,or the Red Guard section, of Kbfiillplf army. Thn, remalntiii? Uolsherikl were surrounded and dealt with ,'very "Xo military force 'in Russia hag jnucli sympathy, for JheSc mercenarr the co-respondent adds. Half a dozen escaped 'tonJon, Dec. An official Turkish statement issued yester- day, reports a victory In Mesop6i tamia over the Turk- ish were said to be pursu- ing the opposing which were retreating acrosi the Edkem and riven. London, a long.revicv; of the Russian'situation the Petrograd correaitohdent of tbo Post aays there Is no irnmediate .prospect of' a peaceful" se'ttloment and that forth 'force must decide The secret of the successes through- out the coimlfyVf tbe'nolahcviki, hq writes; Is tbat tlie'y represent Iho iron hand.' them la as yet" undisclosed, but'among the influential members of their organization iire men "who'wore prominent in the sec- ret police of the' empire which once ruled Ilussia. Theso men, according to the corrK-pondent, arc introducing .Major Gen. Crozler, chief'of ord- dissension everywhere. He continues: nance, saM an obstacle in the early indignation are work waa that tho military policy de- fined in tbe national defence Act of contcmpTated a force of to be raised In live years. "It is he rfkid, "that the original program, for men did not contcmplata Our participation In the war. compressed the fivo hcitig poured, daily upon the Uolshov-' iki. it is beyond question tbat Ihcy are; Kussia, simply, he- causft Ihcy iisq a strong hand whlqi ia tbe only thing'the Russia as In general appreciate. Their methods might hor- rify the west, but would be uhdcratood', perfeclly of tho Suez. year program into' one year when It In Uio last Ilireo immediately became apDarent thatflho one'mlllton program'.wduld not do." Preparation of and actual appropriations the gener- al said, caused further, delay. London, atlaclta _ wcro tnade by the cJerrnans In yester- day's battle, the war office report. The first two were repulsed. At tho third attempt the enemy penetrated ob- literated lirillsb trenches at tbe ajiex 6f the angle In the Drllfah lines near Bullccourt Local fighting conUniied until late in the evening ifithptit changing tho wcehf there have been ffiken put of tho rivers'anrf caiinls of I'etrograd seven Uiousnnd'hiiXcd corpses of per- sons whose were not caused by drowning. The injuries M'hlch causprf death tell their own Rlory. A' suit of c'dlhea in Russia _fs. worth more'tban handfuls of'pap'er money. The corpaea of the worn en c-vcn hart the'hair cut'off, bccauso It represented marketable- value." Says Kornlloff Won London, Dec. battle hns oc- curred near IJielgored in Southern RuEala, between Dolahevlki forcea and troons updcr Hen. KornHoff, but tbe outcome lias not been established and Fetrdgr.id advices are Tho correspondent of die' Dally Mail reports that Gen. Kprniloff waa rtefcflfcrt and woumlcd and, I hat bis capture wns to bn expected; A dispatch frpm the TeprosenUtlvo of the I'bsl, hoVRver, demies. Iho reported Unlsltevik! vlulory, aaying Gen. Kor- iff has routcA his opponents l 'sobn Join Ocn." Kalcd.nica n{ 4, German Report" Dec. ificltfirs nhd ninety' .German f will Novo Tchprkask. The Post od hid jiiformfcMon from On Unnamed source, nrferids' atdry of tbo liattl'e. J He >dys hai[ abpu't mafcfng' up what Is known) Iho "wlfd division" of cavaliers of fl'eorge, "battailous of deatli" and ,_jmo drtlllflry. t the" BolshtwikJ i were ftn'coufitored Oen, kornl-' bid Mmrf tiod sent bui Kirkby Co. IBAKERY t4jj. avc'ridvv'in a'position lo take orders for Christmas Cakes AND i j Short Bread Price from Up Christmas Puddings 70 cents Per Pound See us before btiy your Christrnas Box "of Chocolates Promptly Attended to. THIRD AVE. PHONE ;