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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR 2, 1917 TUB DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN Ever Taste Crushed Coffee? If you have, you've wondered at the entire absence of even a hint of bitterness. .Tt is because. the small, even, clean, crushed grains of Red Rose Coffee are entirely free from bitter chaff or dust. You taste the true rich coffee that alone. Red Rpse Coffee is of such a quality that no egg is necessary to it. .It is easily made as Red Rose Tea, and pours out of the pot bright and clear, with a fragrance that fills the room, and your heart with joy. It's the class, is 613 Red Rose Coffee MILA PHONG B a Mrs. C. Brown of Hun'-.'nglcm, Que., Is tie gucdl of her 'laughter, Mrs. t'baa. ilcCleniBhan for Ihe winter. V The ladies society to D. of L.V. and K. will hold Ihelr card irarly and 60' cfal ovontnj? on Wednesday evening, November 7, ID Ihe Oddfellows Hall, Mrs. A. P. i'ryc, of Now Dayton. spent the week-end ;r, the home of her fither, Mr. L. Y. lloinicl. Tno Sir Alei Call liapler l.O.D.E. are serving Iheir reciter Saturday af- ternoon lea in the YeKraua club to- morrow. The children's lanlcrn entertain- ment at Ihe Bai.tlst church Friday ulgul at 8 o'clock. A specially Inter- cjtfne program. All chllJrea tomo and bring your parents. thai be called The lirsl collecllon of rubber lor fie Jack HOBS CUpler l.O.U.E. v.Jll Uue place next Monday after 1 noon, when. Mr. Baalim haa kindly consented to call for ssuie. So those having any rubber for this collpclloii please notify beforij Tuo regular meeting of (ho Malhesla 1 jlomlay eo club was held In Iho Y.M.C.A. f0r. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Parlia- mentary drill proved very papular. A meeting of the ciccut.'ve of (he now names ivcro add.eS to Ihe J councll of t--.zaher with lub roll, Mrs. Stanley. Klrkham usa representatives from the churches In-1 lected temporary secretary during terested In the boys conltrf nee was i Mrs. M. P. Johnson's absence from too yesterday afternoon at Iho home! Ity. Kitty ladles were In allendanco ot O. W. Jtobiuson, president of rid greatly enjoyed (lie address by ]0cai council. Plans were made ilr. Sharpies on the life of Ollvor: ror ft banquet on Saturday evening, loldamltb. November 10th for the boys coming lo the- convention. K necessary another The broad feature of the "Bay's" fall and winter service is that it has over- looked nobody. Side by side with costly mer- chandise are the simplest and most inexpensive grades, with quality in the highest degree dependable, else the goods would not be here. Special prices for Saturday until- ncsa nlona. oxceiH In very rare case's whore a man Is engnecil In some oc- cupallou ot prlino Importance to Ilia country, should bo accepted as reaa- cblc grounds tor exemption from military service, according to the opinion of Sir August Nanlon. who addressed a gathering of returned oKtcera and men of tho 27th' city of regiment last nlBht. Major 11. M. MeLcod presided nl tlio liau- quel ivhtufi was iiclcl to commemorate DIG llilrd anniversary ol Ihe mobiliza- tion ot Lhe battalion. WOMAN SLASHED BY CRAZY ITALIAN New York. Nov. Four youne were slashed In the noon lime crowds on Broadway la llio fin- ancial district hero with a pota- to knlfo by Antonl KaraslncHI, a I'olo, who, arreelcd aflcr tho struggle, told (he police a rambling story 01 being holbcred for twelve years b> women against whoni lie decided to avenge himself. He said bo had com plained to WashtaKlcra in a leller ask !ns to ba' i the ".nntyaiicu niar but getting no answer, to take Ihe mailer Into his own hands B.C. TO CONTRIBUTE Mason-Shavland A pretty home ivedding occurred In he cily last evening at 8 o'clock, meeting will te called to make the final arrangements when ihe exact number of boys is known. After tlio ilia Kusllna Shavland of Salem. (or ihe banquet had been dis- jccauie the wifo ot Lester Melvln cussed, Mrs. Leivls, Inspector of fac- dason, of this city. The ceremony: lories for Southern Alberta, cxiilaln- was performed al Iho home ol the i ed Iho new factory act In Us appllca- groom, CIS 9th street south. Re.', tlon. lo Chas. Dalser, of the Baptist churcu 1 officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Mason War Menu for Saturday make their homo in Lcthbrldge. Tho marriage Private William Siddes of Ihe 63rd Kdraonton battal- ion, and 31is3 Kalherlne Palerson, i resident of Glasgow, Scotland, took place at Glasgow, Scotland, on the 12th of October, during a furlouBb from active service In France. F-a. Slddcs Is the eldest son of Mr. Mrs. James SMdes, C21 14th street south. After a very brief honoymoon Pte. Siddes returned to the Irenches. IJacon- Hashed Potatoes; Brown Bread Toast; Jam; Tea or Coffee. Beans; Stewed Prunes; Bran Gems; Tea. Chowder; Baked Po latoss; Parsnips; Pumpkin Pie. The recipe for Fish Chowder, men- tioned above. Is as follows: 2 CUNS potatoes 1 cup onion 1 cup fish. Cook separately potatoes, onion and fish. Combine. Season and reheat with'White Sauce. 30 only, Comforters filled with good sanitary cot- ton find covered willi pink or blue flowered latsen. Size Wi72. 1 QC each A.3J Candy Section Fruh "Tociled pef Ib......................... 25C Turklih Dellsht, Ib........--- 40c Fresh Salted Pcanulf, Ib.....15c Curdy Figs, Ib............... Peppcrmlnts, Lemon Lump, LiLJUcr Siolch, Mint KUtes, M. B. Mixed Special, per Ib...... Sim Up Special TOILET REQUISITES TO CLEAR. LIQUID FACE CREAMS, O'f.'V-'- ING LOTIONS, VANI'i CREAM, HAIR TONICS, JP .CUM POWDER. Reoular 50c lines on S.30 to 1D.30 2 for 75c Ladies' Mary JiMV rumps Wide v.ilh lealll- er buckle. Sizes tc KCE- ubr 51.00. JQ Hilfi.-lal CHILDIIEN'S DONGOLA KID SHOES. U'Uu IllllnE, hard EGta. BIzcs i to S. 1 -I Q Special 1.1JJ MEN'S GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS. filling. A very dressy aiul KCrviteiible hoot. li to 10. 99c GllOrMFOUR AMERICA WILL GET IT Nov. 2. Approjl- tnalely worth of German products piled up on Ihe whan'ca al Aollerdam rrlll IB perrnlfted to move to America. The stnto department has secured from Iho British foreign office permission to ship merchandise consigned to American Importers and paid for prior to tlio entrance of the TlnUcd Slates inlo tho war. Victoria, B.C., Nor. 1. Hon. John Ifarl, mlnlsler of finance, udnounces thai tli9 province -will be a substan-j till contributor to Ihe coming federal' loan, hut tho amount has not yet heeo determined. In previous loans Brit- ish Columbia has Invested Arrangements will be mads on Ihls occasion whereby servants can sub- scribe on the Installment basis. CHANGE.OF VENUE. .Concord, N. C NOT. change of venuo for tho "trial of.-, B. Means, Inilicteil for lha murder of Mrs. Maude A. King, was refused to- flay by Ihe court. Means will Lo Irled here at once. This Is Arrangement Expected lo be JIade Now Between the UniDnists NORWAY TO BUILD CONCRETE SHIPS Copenhagen, company ia bclLg formed here for Ihe conslruc- lion' of reinforced concrete ships. It Is believed Ihe Indilslry will have a future In Scandinavia owing to the rapidity with which such tonnage can be produced. Norway already has let he contract for Il3 first concrete ship. MISS GREAT REDUCTION SALE Cfoninienccs Satiu-flay Moniiug, November 3rd WHEN SHE WILL SELL ALL HER TRIMMED HATS AT HALF PRICE COME EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS 70 i ROYAL BANK BUILDING THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Victoria. B.C., NOT. to decide Ihe acllon.lo nominate un- ionist candidates In British Columbia are under way on th8 basis lhat out at 13 red era] seals, nine should signed lo the Conservative unionists, aud four lo Liberal candidate nairao and a Conservative in Victoria, or vice versa. This -Is the proposal made by Messrs. Calder and Bu'rrell during tholr visit hero and. apparently acceptable to the goTcrnment. Leave for East X Vancouver, Nov. 2.--Hou. J. A. Cal der and Hon. Martin DurreH left this morning for thfl east after havlnB'd-> voted several tii a.nd meetings at the coast la support the union government Ward Two Llbsral last night, adopted unanimously a re.iol'J lion In support of "an absolule Literal candldale." A convention of Liberals and-Con servaliTcs held al Mission Citr yes tcrd.iy for Westminster district pass cd a resolution approving ot the llbral nation of one aupporler of the Koyenj raenl from each of tho parlies fer Ihe jtn'o ridings ot New Westminster. Clly anil Wcslminster district. A ci-rnmll- tec ivas appointed lo arrange .details. 24 in. Fibre Suit Leallier protected corntrs, brass locks, servlccabla aud nea: appearing. Special in. Trunk Brass concussion corners, bum to stand many a knock. Special 9x12 Tapestry-R-iS's Full range ot colorings ana de- signs. Very specially Ji ftp priced............... L O Carpet Fine quoJIly and alccly J Special 25 PAIHS LADIES' FELT SLIP- PERS. filie only, Assorted colors. Special Charles Evaporated Milk, 6 cans for 9Pc Can. ida Fir it Evaporated 7 cans for St.OO Gold Bar Peaches, 3 cans for SSc Lombard Plums, per tin 15c Tuxedo Baking Powder, 1 tb. tin 23c Oil, pint tin We Quaker Pearl Hominy, per tube 1Ec Cress t Blackwell's SLrawberry 133 Jam fi5c F. P, Sauce, per botlle 23c Dull Dog Cleanser, 2 for 15c Table Figs, per pkt 19r; Cranberries, per 24o Dominion Corn Flakes, per pkl Celluloid Starch, per pkt... 15c Good Health Food, per pkt. 12c Postum Cereal, per pkt.... 24c Holbrook's Mixed Pickles.. 22c Campbell's Soup, assorted, three for 5Gc Shelled Almonds, per Ib. 60c Shelled Walnuts, per Ib.' 60c Pendray's Pearl Snap, 4 for 25c H. e. C. TolleU Soap, large cakes, 3 for 25c Fels Naptha, 3 for 25c Hoys' Combination Underwear In al) wool, Ptn Angle brand 1.50 Sixes 26 to 32. Priced per suit BOYS' FLEECE LINED UNDER- WEAR, In two Karment9. Sizes 20 to 32. Priced, garment 45c MEN'S HATS. Broken lines and odd sl7.3s. Kegular J2.50. Special 1.98 BOYS' JERSEYS. In brown. rcJ, suxo and grey. SCDS.II sized 99c only up to C years. Special Children's Navy Serge Dresses All different In styles in straight effects. These dresses are very new and selling rapidly. Prices 10.50 Just Received, 25 Doz. Muslin Waists. A large assortment to choose from. Stripes and embroidered fronts with large collars. High or low cut- Special CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS and silk iralsls. Regular value Special 2.99 STORE OPENS A.M. LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES. Made from rond quality prints and glng- Sizes 34 to 44. Outsize Elz 3D tn 40. Prices ranjing n from will also be heard It hlg Interpretative rondlng of Longfellow's "King-Hubert of Sicily." Tha program gives promlso of hslnj j eiccplloually artlsllo nnd entertain- ing, and for the sako of musical Lcth- brldge 1t is hoped lhat the company l be well patronized this evanlng. The concert will start sharp at S.3D. TRYING TO FLOAT THE VESSEL NOW Ottawa, NOT. department of mllitta lodny announces the. lollow- "Much mlsnnderslandiDg has arisen from, nnd ll la feared lhat dlstppolnt- !msnt will he caused by, HID sugges- j tloa thnt all the original me'.nherj fit the first division now serrlrty In given .a furlough; Npthlni In Hie militia rt_ev5flrue'nl of any such Intention on the Mrt of the mlllUrr authorlilea In'irrmnce. ind It la bolleyed.that Iho eii.Hnclcs of Ihe -mllllary eltnallon forbid tha adoption ol such a courae. Itjis.ld be noted II Is slated In VrSja dli- pntchei-that the Australliri ment, afier considering the [IBB ftb.nndoneil Ihe ifftni Iiirlougli! lo the original nt the (In! Anslrlallin tores now A Pacific Port, Nov. were being made today lo float the Pacific Company's steamer, TVhich ivent ashore last night, inside the breakwater hero vtllh 150 passengers, of whom transferred to an- bther vessel wltheut incident. The steamer struck the rocks on In a heavy fog. Early today .tbc vessel re- mained on Fin even keel and It was not believed she sulfcrcil serious danger She Is a. steel, twin screw tons and mak- ing" her last coastwise trip, having been comwaudsered' bp the govern- ment. Home Furnishers BRASS BED STEAMER STRUCK, ALL WERE An Alaskan rorl, Nov. A iteitn- er aoutliliound Trom here struck ID Chlcbcnlt Island lale vciterdnr, cordlnj to messages rKcitYii. Lr wireless datlon. The pftasenRerB, 3i -In off (n HmQ.ll boats aod ibojird port of tho accident, itMmer went ashore at high tide In a bllfidinf FLOUR MILL MANAGER GETS THREE YEARS Montreal, NOT. Murray ioctl manager of the' Renfrew Flour Mills WAS this 'mornlng'ie'nlonced lo vurs In the "'penltenllary anu the Bi'ass anci Itoii Beds as the inanufacturers have just advised HS (list'aViutlicL1 general advance in all bedding has gone into effect Novciiibc'r 1st. Do not put off buying, but lake advantage of our special offerings. 1: Donkl IwbMieeiier of Ihe cbmpiiy'here ,tn three half rnn. slater charged with steallnf'.f Allarrt of the cpmpanyTB iflnney.- The' evidence showed tho men Ktd-beeu Indulging ta hlik lUlre. V SUPPORT LAUR1ER. Kov. The county Liberal Halifax al lla an- hGlrl taut" nlBhi Adopted TMolutton exiresilf.'n confM- ence In Sir. AVIIIrra >s Ihs flsljlng schooner lo .fain'to Iho Uoisrji pmrty lo vlt- Accordhi; to the tort In the comioe election. .._ ,u. .c. -i_-----' -l. T'.-Wllson, promlBent Insurance here ind long member of the Ubirill1 JUsocfatloi hm poblijhed.i ipeeil. ileimcr vat reported :lo .ho pumpfflK oil fuel oTerbnrd' to' llgtcn A port rlcVed H? dlitreit cill led Inimedfately tat For Ihe put lirelye honn unnwstorm tiM oref ind the North Istter opposlni the. rttloutlon In or- rX Sir Wilfrid and up- COVEB9 POMTION Lemikn, NoV.i Brllish troopt la Fafesllse folding t poll- tiot borertng BeerateUi, on.tbe north, "BRASS BEDS We have a beautiful squaro.pctt solid brasa bed, In n neal artistic" design.' Regular price ?70.00. Siiccial Pviciv YoiH- Choice oIScVvJji Ilniidsomc Brass _ Somo with one 'inch" fillers, other with H-'n. Cillers, In n design at prices ranglns from 536.50. Your choke at FOUR ONLY Tvro Inch coutlnoous post brass beds' havfrjg five one Inch fillers that makes' extra strong bed. Regular Special Trice SPRINGS Fifteen onlf, four and tour and a hilf foot Iron fraine Jprings with-a Bpecial Mnk Ishrio weave (hat cnnnot B.TG. Regular {6 5C. Snccial Price ,55.75 IRON BEDS In a snow white enamel finish. All Blzca and deilcna carried In slock below ire few of our epeclil offerings. for for Bawden's Special Felt Mattress A MATTRESS" BUILT IN LAYERS OF PIECE TO KEEP ITS SHAPE AND NOT GO BUMPY- tirade PRICE a full range f Special Gradi It, fiill Specia'. in' all 'Gradc C, full Jfj5'. Gracie full ;