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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'IUDAY, FEBRUARY 1, THE r,*rHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE i 4 ! ISTil NEW COTTON AND NAINSOOKS; NEW PIQUES AND INDIAN HEADS; NEW SHIRTINGS AND ROMPER CLOTHS; NEW FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES; NEW TOWELLINGS AND TOWELS; NEW TABLE DAMA9KS AND TABLE SETS; NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS; NEW HOSIKRY AND GLOVES; NEW ROMPERS AND CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES; NEW HOUSE DRESSES AND APRONS; AND THE FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW SPRING OUTER GARMENTS IN CLOTH AND SILK SKIRTS; TWEED AND COVERT COATS AND CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES. 3� I Nfew EMBROIDERY COTTONS. In 42 inches wide. KxcellGiit qualities. jSpc-e. values 2fio to NEW LONG CLOTH. :}(> inches wide. Splendid heavy cloth. Very .strong and durable........ GLASS TOWELINGS. White with red over chock. 20 to 'SI inches wide. Special 20c and FINE COLORED VOILES. Shy. pink, mauve and tans. 4i> inches wide. Special ............ FINEST WHITE VOILES. Plain and neat stripes, as good values as *]f* last year. 5Uc. to............. 4 3C FINE GRADE MARQUISETTE. >\2 inches wide. Kxcellent quality. fy� Hack and white..... 40c 25c 25c 75c 75c * 4 * 4 * HEAVY ROMPER CLOTH. I Main blues and ucat stripe*. in. wide. Special.............. STRIPED SUITING POPLIN. :'.G in. wide in a, big variety of wide and narrow stripes. WHITE FLANNELETTE. Many special values in various grades. to :jf) inches wide. 25c and . APRON GINGHAM. Fine, checks, 40 inches wide. Indigo blues. Special 25c. and ......... TURKISH TOWELS. White or while with colored borders. f>0c to .............. ROLLER TOWELING. The best values to'be found anywhere. 20c to * # * A 38c 45c 30c 35c 1.00 25c PHONE 1224 Mr. J. Jl Wllklo ha- returned from a business trip in K !' New York CROWN BRAND V r. 'JAf The. young ladies Modulus of Si. Patrick's church arc giving an a' home in the S. O. K. hall on Mo.nlay. b , |,lxur!u;i . ,itiM , j bling establishments known In 1m- Tic. { I The Big ni*lem t lass o! Knox n,JCIll(.r| |,y wealth vv.ornen and io'-a' ed ' . church are enter aiiiiuj; ihe younger j in the fashionable resldeniial sections! children of the city in the Imsement ; of l!lp ,.itv tll.(1 h(. invr:., ift.,Hj(1 ' The Sale Continues OF ALL Coats and Furs at 20 p. c. Off PRICES AT SUCH A REDUCTION ARE MUCH LOWER THAN YOU WILL MEET WITH FOR MANY SEASONS TO COME. ^ . EXTRA, LADIES' HUDSON SEAL COAT. . . . $132.00 Kirst grade Hudson Seal. 88 inch .sweep, Io inches long. All of self. A beautiful garment lined throughout with fancy colored satin. EXTRA, LADIES' ONTARIO RAT COAT .... $90.00 Host 'inality... obtainable. Full furred.  Well matched skins. 50 inches long. Lined throughout with heavy satin. A lovely coat, and extra special value at. the Hale price. LADIES*. LISLE HOSE. Superior quail y. Silk lisle, white, black and tans. All much better 'valuo than ean be had �T T _ now. HOc to............. I 3C BEAUTIFUL CREAM SERGE. Splendid grade of pure wool. 44 inches wide. Heavy weight. Very scarce goods. �j p*f| Yard ................. ��uU SUEDE LISLE GLOVES. Heavy and very fine quality. Heavy .stitching on back of white or black. All sizes. �* /| $17.50 to ........... OO.UU NEW SPRING COATS. A few new lines of covert and Donegal $25.00 io ... 35.00 THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 612 THIRD of the church on Saturday   * The young ladies or ! he Pro! boon class are asked to ne-ci \'ny rehearsal tonight in Wesley thun-li at S o'clock prompt. The regular nunithlv lui'eiing of ihe Nursing Mission bo.ird will h in o;n- i : these places. On the upper We.-i Side Jherc ai.-more than forty splendidly appointed gamhling places lo wlii a re guilty 'of crooked israetices in dealing The most delicious of table syrups for (jtiddlc Cakes -and 1 lot Biscuits. Excellent (or home mude candy. In 2, 5, 10 and 20 pound (ins- 3 1b. li Perfect Sl-iiI" (ila^s Jurs. Write for Free Cook Book. ^ THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMIKO, MONTRFAL. W i'-.'A iii i lii'.llol to any o; in.'r if t lie sum - ; is carri'Mi Mrs. Marshall vs. Miss A. Bawden. j "with the patrons will be adduced a; iho 9 p.m.. Miss Procter v^. Miss Buck- i inquiry, it was said. anan. '-- DISTRICT NEWS 1 1 I I \ �! � 'i SPRING COULKE i frritn Our Own t.'orrpspondoot) Spring C'oulfe. Jan. 28.-The wea-ir has turned decidedly changeable ing the last few days. Vednesday tlut ladies far ;iml near imdotl a V.Thiiublo Party" at the no of Mrs. Geo. Oulp, thA occasion ng the .'Ird birthday of her grand-ighter Mildred Ackeherg. Dinner k served at '2 o'clock. Those prcs-, wore Mr. and Mrs. Workman, Mr. 1 Mrs. Jolllffe. Mr. and Mrs. AVood, . Ackeherg, the two -Misses Kelleys, is Williams, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. 11c-:1 rt'ny, Mrs. .lohnson, Mrs. Orrock, \1 h. ('ampboll. Miss Sang, Miss Park-r. on and Mrs. Crocker. The dlstin-:i shed guests were: Margaret Mun-, Psalm and part erf the (� verse. "Will Thou Not Revive Us Again?" Time will not permit my saying more about it. centre of 311 community activity, and is fast becoming so. The Sunday School took a missionary collection on Sunday for the relief of the starving people in Asia Minor, which amounted to nearly $i>0. Not a bad showing for a small school. Another young lady has decided to live in our midst, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson. The Hay 0rowers' Hall Company are holding their annual meeting to-I make a biscuit dough. Lance Corporal Lawsou Tiircotte of the 50th Battalion, wishes to convey j his thanks to the ladies of St. Pat-! rick's church, for the Christmas parcel he received, also Sergt. .1. A. Turcotte and Gunner E. C. Tunotte of the 01st Battery.  * * The girls' uuxiliary 0f St. Mary'.s church will meet tonight, with Mrs. Snow for Red Cross sewing, and also to make final arrangements for their social which is to bo held Feb. 12th. when the dialogue "Mis. Willis' Will" will he repeated. WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY. Breakfast-Stewed Prunes, Codfish Balls, Toast, Tea, or Toffee. Dinner-Oriental Stew, War Bread, Caramel Pudding:. Supper-Cabbage Salad. Graham Bread, Golden-Corn Tea Rolls, Preserved Apricots, Tea. The recipes for, Oriental Stew and Golden-Corn Tea/ � Rolls, mentioned r above, are as follows: Oriental Stew-Simmer gently together 2 cups cold mutton, cut in cubes, 1 cup water, 2 tablespoons drippings. 1 chopped onion, 2 small cold potatoes sliced, 1 cup of oooked peas or cooked string beans chopped. Season with salt, pepper and a little curry powder. While stew is heating boil 1-2 cup rice. When tender put into hot vegetable dish, hollow out the centre and fill with the stew. Serve at once. Golden-Corn Tea Biscuits-Sift together one cupful of cornmeal with j one cupful of white flour, four tea- j spoonfuls of baking powder and one) teaspoon of salt. Work in three table-1 spoons of lard or vegetable shortening with tne finger tips.Add enough milk and water in equal parts-from three-quarters of a cupful to one cupful-to Turn out. on a People's Forum i Communications under 1 his muflt bear the signatures writers. heading of the THE PREFERENTIAL BALLOT Lethbridge, Jan. ;:i, .1918, Kutor Lethbridge Herald: Dear Sir,--Please find me space for the following on the preferential ballot. f have read with great interest your editorials and Mayor llardie's letter on this subject. 1 prefer the prefer- i suing up of ih" vuK i i lirougli to ;i t inisu. Take for an example, an flection for two offices, or better, for onf only, which would show more cleaily. There are four candidates in tile Meld for tin* : one office. Tii'"-ballot cull- for a complete marked bMlot" for nil four, none j being left ow. When counting up the1 votes you take the first choices given to one candidate, you multiply t hat number by four. ih'j number of candidates. Then tu he t lie sccoiul choices of the same candidate and mult iply 'that number by three. Then the third choices by two. leaving the fourth as . it. stands. Then add the whole togetii- i er and vou have exactlv the standing of the candidate in public favor. \ The rest to be computed in the same : muuu"?', you Have the standing of all : four computed in a fair way. There can 1 be no unfairness shown, * The old style was not so bad. Com-j lunation could land the worst of the ; four, or it could land the best, thai is. i by the old game of plumping. The \ same can be done by the present pre- I ferential ballot as the mayor has shown, handled as it has been wlili not completing the full ballot, and demanding over r>0';,. of dropping the lowest and voting over again until the voting for the last two, will not work. .dim niiiuii^ biu iie-n. all voters am in one room together, ami they don't; go home to morning." 1 have covered all that ] can ex-pec i yoii i o find space for. Thanking you iy aJvanee. 1 remain, Yours trulv. .). M. hlTl'lliK, ) Tn.". titii Ave.. North, CONFISCATE TRANSPORTATION LINES Loudon, Feb. I. Owing to the break be; wee j i i Ik* Holsheviki government, and- Rumania, the revolutionary committee' of the Black Sea Fleet has resolved to confiscnie the means of transport belonging to Rumania, according to an Kxchange Telegraph dispatch from Peirograd. About forty* steamships and several warships have been seized in lilack Sea harbors. CAPTURED fN SNOW Nelson. B. ('., Jan. :iu.-After breaking away from a working gang at thu Nelson Provincial jail, George Duclow was run down aud captured in the The cumbersome way I deep snow two miles up the mountain above the city this (afternoon. Duclow was serving a six months' sentence for vagrancy, about half of which time* 1 am fully aware that it is used in 1 had been spent in the local jail. You'll Teefile's night. They are holding a basket social aud dance on Friday evening. Mr. C B. Hastel, who has been around Coaldale tpv about a year, and who for the past few months has been proprietor of the btrber shop- and pool room here, lias enlisted with the A. I ."U. Corps, and wilt don khaki and I commence his new duties shortly. i Roger Lund returned on Tuesday | morning from Winnipeg, where he was attending a lumbermen s convention. Ho reports cold weather all along the line. floured hoard, make, into rolls, lay on greased tins and let stand for fifteen minutes in a cool place. Brush over with milk or melted butter and bake in a hot oven for twenty minutes. Bed Davenports One of the newest designs, massive colonial frame in fumed oak, spring seat and back upholstered in genuine goatskin, which is entirely separate from the bed spring. No handle or strap showing in the back or seat. Construction guaranteed. See the new Davenport in the -window. Specially priced at . *  I t 79.00 COALDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) Coal-ale, Tan. 30.-The ladies of this district, a score or more.Svlthout regard for the position of the mercury in the thermometer, met in the school auditorium today for Red Cross sowing. H was an all day affair. Sewing Phey \ machines were brought in and a fine amount of work was, done. Two or three of the girls of the, district prepared dinner, wjiich was served in the domestic science room. We understand this is to he a weekly affair foi FUMED OAK DAVENPORT. Built on straight lines with full spring construction. Heat and back upholstered in a pleasing design of splendid wearing quality wool tapestry. Shades of tans and creams in small figures. The construction of this Davenport /� r* />a ia absolutely guaranteed for five years. ... Ot)�UU SAME DAVENPORT AS ABOVE. Upholstered rich brown Craftsman leather (guaran- teed). \ m * Amsterdam, Feb. 1.-The almost � cpmplete lack of nourishment in many jot' the food "substitutes" now being ' sold in Germany is arousing a storm j of warning from German scientists, . who declare that government super- j j vision of the whole substitute food : ! traffic is an immediate necessity. Pro-1 | feasor Juckeuack of the University of! ! Berlin, writing in the Vossische Zei- ; Particulars in con-1 tung, says:  t It is useless any longer to hide the Unless the Government activ- EATH IN ITALY > Ottawa, .ran. .11. nection with the death of late Flight ! Lieut. Joe Gorman, of Ottawa, former- ! truth. ly of Victoria, B.C., have been received ' itv intervenes to, put some control ov- j from Flight Commander Ralph White-I er the flood of substitute foods with! head, who was in charge of the British Itoyal Naval Air Service Squadron-in which Go)'n)an served in Italy; Commander Whitehead writes that, the remainder of the winter. More i !!,ft.0!\belnff U) t,lc..Ulick ot' thft ��av> aud more are the people of the district realizing1 the asset they hSve in the school building U should, be the The Major Jack Ross Chapter of I. O. D. E. fighting against Die Austro-Gernian invaders for several weeks, the late Flight Lieutenant Gorm'an was trying ____.__________ out a scout machine, at Padua, Italy, i ingredients of on the afternoon of December Hi. King \ wretched subsii Victor Knunnnuel of Jtaly was present' WILL HOLD A 1 which we are overwhelmed, the end ; of the wiJ.r will also see the end of j Germany's population. Moreover the* remaining two-thirds will he so en ! feebled from malnutrition that they j will be unable to perform the immense ' tasks of recuperation and restoration.; "The devil alone knows what are the ! thousands of these! substitutes that already do \ present. ; C|UtY for butter and eggs, oil and milk. of- r.rf ':.T' .4 t W ft * AT THE VETERANS' CLUB ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th i The evening has been set a few�days earlier than Valentine's Day on account of the opening of the Lenten Season. CARDS AND DANCING Vocal Solos by MISS MAMIE BROOKS and MR. GEO. FLEMING Tickets 75c each can had from any member of the chapter, FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC WORK 4*1 * � * i � ** * -  �V* � * * * The O.ttawa hoy had reached a height of aflout 200 feet when his engine suddenly stalled. He tried to turn, sharply and glide baek to the aerodrome, but his machine buckled and nose down dived to the earth. King Victor and many prominent British, Italian and American officials, who had been examining tne machines, witnessed the accident and the unfortunate aviator was rushed in the king's motor car to the nearest British hospital. lie was attended by Captain lloss .Miliar, a Canadian surgeon, but lie never regained consciousness and passed aw'ay at 12:30 the following morning-his 2Cth birthday. He succumbed to a fracture at the base of the skull as well as a broken thigh and rigJiU ankle. Krom ihe first his case was regarded as hopeless. The latest products of tne ingenious substitute-mongers are really too terrible to be tolerated. A preparation of crude kerosene is now being largely sold as frying oil, and S00 cases of serious illness together with nine ( deaths have been traced to its use in i Berlin alone. A preparation called "goose dripping" is prepared from dog's fat; egg substitute form a mixture of chalk and baking powder; caviar from fish scales, and bread from straw. What people, no matter how patriotic can hold out on such fare?" A GOOD ONE ON THE HUNS Rome, Jan. ;"0.-Germany claims to have found in tlfio Italian occupied provinces the original painting "Venus and the Organ Players,", which it is Flight Lieut. Gorman was buried at j asserted was transported to Library Tables In the Jacobean (pronounced Jaek-o-be-an) is a style that originated in England :�U0 ago. Karly Knglish houses were open and exposed, with immense rooms and the furniture had to be built strong and substantial. You will like such furniture in your home1, he-cause it is truthful, dignified, dependable. Hrcnuse it has the very attributes you like most in people. The oak is finished in a blackish brown stfhde. rich and glowing. Parts' of the pieces ate rubbed to give that worn and used effect; of musty antiquedom. The quaint ly turned legs and supports is a characteristic of ihe style. Trim panels of (.une lighten the effect of the solid blocks. Table is Splendid Value at $38.75 Ladies' Desk An exceptional value. This handsome Adam design is carefully made and finished a rich dull mahogany, large roomy desk space and long drawer with flutiugs and classic decorations and taper legs also very moderately priced% so reasonable that you ought to see it today and secure it. for the pleasure jt will give you in your home. :!4 inches wide. 17 inches deep, -12 inches high. % n AA At Only .................. ID.UU Beautiful White Knamel LADIES' DESK. Nicely finished throughout*. 27 inches wide, Hi . inches d^Rp by 40 inches high. A 'design most pleasing for your daughter's bed |/| /|A room at the very low price lUtt/U COMBINATION DESK. Large roomy desk with lots of elbow room, large double cupboard finished in rich golden oak grain. Built for Her- �% m vice at only............... 14*/ 0 Arm Chair to match with all wool tapestry. Spring seat, at only............... 18.00 Mission Library Tables .Made of solid oak throughout, finished fumed; top 2t>x4'J inch, with nice size under shelf, 2 inch square legs -with roomy book ends. Table is fitted with easy running drawer with copper drop pull. This is a real good looking library table, at a price you can afford. Specially priced at ...................,....]............. 14.00 Library Table-Solfd oak throughout; straight lines; top 22x3*; inches, has drawer and pockets on the ends and corners in the turned finished. j2 yjj A Bidding Contest to Dispose of a Handsome Morris Chair. A unique merchandising feat lias been conceived to dispose of a handsome new Morris Chair. It is (he only one ot its kind in the city. Made of selected quarter sawed oak. fumed finish. Sphndidly constructed with full leather box seat and loose cushion back, toned to match frame. Back has four different positions, and is an article of furniture which will add much to tit > furnishings of any home. I This handsome M.j'tjh Chair is on display in ih � window. The Bidding Contest Will Be Conducted as Follows: .You can hid any amount you wish. Write your name, address and the amount of your bid on a slip of paper and deposit it. in the box provided for this purpose, which is placed inside the door of the Furniture Department. The Morris Chair .will go to the highest bidder at the amount offered, and will he delivered C. O. D. Come and examine this attractive and comfortable piece of furniture. It fs being offered in this unique manner for the purpose of giving publicity to our Furniture Department. %How Much Will You Bid? Padua on December 19, all the British and French airmen there attending. The Italian government sent a bodyguard of 800 soldiers to the funeral and King Victor, to whom Aviator Gorman had been introduced before his fatal flight was represented by a mem* ber^f his safi. Italian art experts are much amused over this report, as the original picture has been in Madrid for a hundred years, having been bought at a sale of pictures of Charles First of Kngland. It is a well known tact that several copies of the painting are in th# y�netUm provl^r and in Englaird. Freight Charges Prepaid TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries Dominion Block Phone 515 T ;