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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta (MONDAY, NOVEMBER rim HKHM.D PAGE NINE Hundreds of New Crepe Waists SHADES. FLESH, PEACH, ROSE, IVORY AND BLACK, Prices down to Pretty Ball or Party Dresses LOW NECK AND SHORT SLEEVE STYLES. BEST SHADES OF IVORV, PEACH, FLESH, LIGHT BLUE, CHAMPAGNE AND ROSE. Priced within reacli of all, and The Simpson Co., Ltd. FOURTH AVE. S. PHONE 344 NEAR POST OFFICE MILADI i PHONE Political Pot is Boiling; Conventions This Week The political pat Is boiling In South- era Alucrla this week and by next Saturday' night tlio campaign In (lie Lcthbrldge and Macleod ridings will Vio well under wny. This, Monday, af- ternoon, the Liberal and Conservative of the federal riding of LelbbridKC arc- In session at (lie board of trade building here lo arrange lor a convention to be held at an early date lo nick a'mlcnls! candidate. Tie executives are working1 In harmony i uud there appears to lie little doubt i that they will arrivo at a choice with- i out difficulty. i On Wednesday evening of tills week tho labor meu of the Lellibridge rid- ling arc holding a couvcutlon here for Jlho purpose ol nominating a candl- j dale to content llio election with the un'oilst candidate. Tho Great War I Veterans ana the Noil of, Kin HESO- 5'jiallons have been Invited to send hut the Herald understands ilUe former organization will not lako of tho opportunity by nny action, their president having Issued nn appeal from Ot- 6iigtft5tlng thai tho G.W-V.A. fahould throw their support to tho union candidate aa, tar as possible A great deal of Interest la being maul rested In labor circles In this conven- tion, and It Is "understood a uumber o( prospective candidates ere willing to allow their names to go before the meeting. In Macleod on Thursday evening the Non-Partlsan League will fire the first gun of their campaign lu the south rchen they will meet In conven- tion to elect a candidate for tho Mnc- Icod district. U Is pointed out that tbe Macleod federal constituency has two Non-Parllsan League members'In the provincial house and It Is thought the candidate l chosen on Thursda) will have good chance against the union candidate, especially as now seems likely the Laurler Liberate have H mun In the Held. On Saturday neil at 2 o'clock in tho town hall, Macleod, the new unionist asslclallon will hold Us contention wlicii some 200 or more delegates arc expected to bo present. A Dig public mcottag will be held In the evening when noted speakers will be present to speak on behalf 'of the new union government. London', Nov. In the Saskatchc- an election campaign tho following the. resulli of the voting by sold- rs lu Great Britain: Lieut- Col. Cross, Begins, 628. Not Caplaln A. J. anvllle, Prince Albert, 601; Com- any Quartermaster Sergeant Wealon, oose J-jw, 504; SergU S. J5arra- Lclough', Saskatoon, 2T3; -U. C. Oull like, 214. Results of voting by Eoldlers In trance and Belgium: Prl- Harris, Turner, Patricias, Baa- iatoorii Captain F. D. Dagihan, >eglna; Not Lieut !ol. A.' Heglna, S7S; Private K. Crawfoifl, SssKtilnon, Cora- iany Quartermaster Sergt. Itcaoe; Jaw, 365; Company Scrgl Wilson, Prince Albert, 273; LleuL W. A. Ilalgh, Jloose Jaw, 21S. N.B. LIEUT; Winnipeg, Nov. Free Press Ottawa 'correspondent, In a dispatch tonight, says: "Hon. Dr. Pugskr, former Liberal M. P. for St. John, has accepted the invitation' olj the 'government to-be- come lieutenant-governor of Ne- Brunswick In succession lo the late Hon. G. W.'GaiionB. Is the fire appointment made by new Union government. "There will be tiro new representa- tives'from St. John In the new house as lion, J. D. Hazen .nai also. retired from'the field and will not run again ose Jaw, 577; Sippcr J. A. Gibson Mr. Hazen will go to Washington ui rteslna, 37U; Major HI 11. high coinmlsiioaer." For a Kicker's Breakfast! Most men are critical about coffee. They travel around among the best.- hotels and taste coffee prepared by expert chefs. Now Red Rose Coffee was produced especi- ally to meet ,the critic's kesn, educated taste. It is a blend of the richest coffees, and is ground. Some men, whom we know to be real kickers.j have kind enough to say that the flavor is equal to that of any coffee they, have ever tasted. If you art kicker, have your wife make you a cup and then tell us what you think of Red Row Coffee. Tha fame price as it wits, rhreo years mfo. tn Red Rose Coffee Ever Ceniider What 1 doz. Photos Will Do When As Cbn'.lmai Cillt. THEY SAVE TROUBLE .AND EXPENSE AND ARE MORE AC- CEPTABLE. THEY ARC THC ONLY CAN'T Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK SI. o. A- aro glvlag a social :onlelH al Ibe homo ot Mre. Taylor, 401 19th SI. N. Tbe nnnual sale of trork and con- cert ol St. Mary's A., will lie beld on Wcduesdaj-, Nov. 21sl. Mr. and Mrs. Root. Lorlne of Los- don, are tbe guesta oi Urs. Lorlng's lirollier, Ur. Ceo. Mlc- K.y. I Norm a ti lltstobolbsui hai returned 'rom .Medicine Hat, '.rhero he spent Sunday In I he lute res la ot the C. S. K. T. conference. Her. Hod gins has gone to Edmon- ,on to allcnd a meeting of lue special conference committee- at tho Mcbou- gall church. TLe music department ol the Math- esla Club wilt loinorrow .night at S o'clock at the home of Mre. SlolLze. Tho ladles society the of L. P. and K. are holding a card party and social on 7lh In (no Oddfellows ball. Those tmv- ng ticket5 on the cushion will draw for Llie lucky number. 9 Tomorrow afternoon a meeting of the LcUibrldEe district will bo held In the DapllsL church at three o'clock. Mrs. Slalnen of Calgary will give aa i address en the "UeluUou of women's work lo the church." Miss Mulr ol Macleod will give au addrees on "The I importance of tho Mission Band work. Doctor Webb will also glvo an nd-, dress. All.women ol the clly are cor- dially Invited (o tuis meeting as it will tie of Interest to all. The Veterans' Club .5 proving lo be an Ideal spot for Saturday after- noon tea, served by the Sir Alexander Gall Chapter 1. 0. D. E. Mrs. W. T, Gray and Mrs. Kirfcham, who wero in charge anil Ibr-r assistant. Misses, Bawclea, Urodle, Dunn and Alrd, were kept busy all the afternoon on Satur- day attending to the wants ot their many .guests, several reservations of tables being made-early In the day. The sum of J12.50 was added to tlie funds for patriotic work ot the chan- ler, Sir- Terrlll very kindly Bent grepn Tor the tahlca and both Crystal and Felger dairies are giving cream for a month. Alter a visit to the I'adfic Mrs, Bel) of KipsDec. Oot Is Ilie fidt of Mra. C. B. Gragg. Mlas K. Long of Tabcr spent Sun- day In the city the guest of her brother, It. Long, tnil family. Mro- Barnaley gave a email Infor- mal lea Sunday afternoon at lier home to honor'of Messrs. Iledfcra and Har- old HolUnahead aud CeraU Moore. Tho'raembers ot the Houtfcah lodge are asked to elect ut the home of Mre. Carter. 161S ir.1 Ave. N'., Tues-, day evening at S o'clock, lo make can- dy boiea for tne bazaar on Nov. 17, Mr Clipshara of Chinook, AUa., an old Umo resident of LclGbridge, and a former teacher on the Ulood Ir.dlan flworve, U renewing ivcqualulances In tho city. j j Toe Big SUtcre Class of church will meet at Itoo residence ol Mra. G. W. RoblCEOn. 423 Sill SI. soulh on evening at eight o'clock to tag Bocta. I j Tha history anil currcut cveali EEC- lion ol thfl Malhcsla CluD will meet al the noniB ot Mrs. McClenostan at three o'clock tomorrow I atlernoon. Tlie ohjECt Jor thD day will be tUc The subject [or the day will be tlie chargo o[ Alba Dcnuetl. I t. I Tho sacred recital given last even-' Ing under tha auspices of Ike Fort- nightly Musical Club, was very well attended and all of the uumbera enthusiastically received by Ihe aud- ience. The programme as a whole was well balanced and a great treat for lovers ol good music, who will ap- preclalo (lie cllorts of the club which made-It passible for many to hear lUesa artists M'ho could not otherwise have done so. Tho readings of 5Ir. Harold Holllnauead '-were excellent and the audience showed their deep appreciation o[ his. vyork. amount received In. tho collection' was SGJ, half of which goes lo the orllsts aad laic to the Great War Veteran] As-, I The Portntshtly Oluslcal Club wlsli lo thank Mr. Fleming for the use of the SlarlamI theatre and (or the slides advertising the recital. Also Jlr. Haneen for Advertising elides shown j at the Orpheum and Empress then- Ires. CANON INtRtiSPEAKS Canon Forneret, of Hamilton, spoke St. Auguslln'a yesterday moraine, and gave the congregation a very Im- pressivo sermon along generi) ra- tional lines. He spoke strongly of lag In of the union government, and said what Canada did In thin ynr she should do with ber'mlght, and' that applied lo everything In connec- tion ivllh Ihe war. He lold an Inter- esting incident for local people, ot meeting Pte. William Csram In CaJ- gery, who was In the same 'company with his own son, IjietlL Fornerel, and of how Catnlll saw his son ccrrlcd.oU the Held -wonnded, Canon Forneret's sermon wal of a high order, and he Impressed the peo-' jile wllh tha Iinuortance o[ unity lu tho war alms. Those people who turned out. to hear Archdeacon Forneret, of Ht'mll: ton, speak nl St. Cyprian's last night were treated lo a splendid address. JJr: Forneret described how the chil- dren ot Isrcal on being led out of the liouso of bondage, Into the land of promise were struck with it sudden doubt as to the nature ot the new country, and sent twelve ipye 'on ahead to ascertain what It was like. These on Ihelr return reported that the lund was a veritable paradise as for productiveness and Tegetalloh went, but that certain fierce and war- line lilngs dwelt therein. The .ma- jority on hearing this became fright- ened, lost faith and were for turning back, preferring even slavery to proh-' danger. Only Joahuah and Cnllb woro for penetrating Into tho new land and settling therein. But 'the rest would not listen to these and wnmlered up and down Ihe rocky ex- terior (or fourteen years before tholr children took to the land of promise. Tha speaker then compared very arlty, tbfi picture (o modern life. In Canada we have a truly wonderful land of promise. Productive prairies, all manner ot minerals, waterways, great commercial Industries and aany other things that go to make our country what It If. Are we uatng these to the of our abnily? In the midst of al! these we are bidden to plant the (Joapet of flod, and this must not be forgotten. Further more In spits ot the wsi, Canicla enjoy- ing a grent Iri tho midst of this we must not lose sight of the splrllup.l Bide, When the Inevitable onrl comes, sooner or later, It 1s nol the material thlngf that count. They are useless. Wo cone Into Ibis world empty Handed, asd -a leare U the aamo wfty. Whaterer' Ood hA4 itvon run on this earth Is la held In truil by you and youmnsi gfre an account of .tho Onfote reaadnable parl ot yonr (o upkeep ol work at abroad. LOAM TO HUM1A. TVaanlnglon, Nor, with' news that K conference Is "haw In session la considering the Rumanian recelred here to- it became known that the United Us.advanced .U RtMlk. NO PASSPORTS FOR RUSSIANS Pelroprad, Nov. .fur- ther passports will be Issued to Russians who desire to leave the country, according to Ibe Noroe -Vremya. On Tuesday the "Bay's" Purchasing Power is Proven Without a Doubt by the Generous Offerings from each De- partment for Special Selling Wool Gaberdine 54 Inch lu colora, Davy, a are, brown, wine or greeu. This is u beautiful cloth for suits, separate coats or (skirts or lor Misses' suits, Heal value at fl.75. Sale price........... 1.19 BLACK AND WHITE CHECK PLAID DRESS GOODS Iron] oar regular slock at 75c. 3 pat- '.trns on salu, per yard FANCY STRIPED FLANNEL- ETTE. 33 to 34 inches, heavy welghtj fcst color, bought, before the war. Regular Sale -I 7 HEAVY AMERICAN FLANNEL- ETTE, 2S Inches, soil ana fleecy. Itegular 15c. Salo Price PURE LINErJ TOWELUING wltli red border, 15 Incb. Kegu- -lar 15c. SiiIC Tirka CANADIAN 0-PLY WHEELING YARN. Dlacli or grey. Ileg- ulat 51.25. Halo price, Id. Jute Briissclls Mats 24s4S inches. Fost colors 1 H C In green oud urc-Tvn...... JUST THE THING TO MAKE THAT COUCH LOOK COSY. FOH THE LONG EVENINGS. A largo variety to choose O QP From. Special, each MAROON TAUPESTRY FOR FOR. TIEIIES. Or couch covers. Atou'. 40 yjrds. 50 Inches wide. Special price, per yard 1.19 FINEST ENGLISH FELT. 66 ill wide for lablei covers, elc. Speclal. yard 2.25 ATTO KOIil'S Maila a! No. 1 Silir-riap toil in grey and black, wilh heavy ulctly finish c-'l. 1'iicrJ ui> C ft [rani 1 MEN'S HEAVY FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS. In erey. navy uud khaki. Slzei 15 Co o fn IS. Special MEN'S PULL OVER SWEAT- ERS. Medium weight. o up from J.UU BOYS' MACKINAW COATS. -Made in plufh hack slyles. Col- ors plain broivn blue and liroivn rhecks. 1'rit-ed up n from O.JU Clarnico Almond Pastr, 1 Ib. lln Ptr tin EOc Powilcred Suaar, 2 Its. (or 23c Onions, 6 Ibs. for..........25c Nabob Coffee, 1 Ib. tin___47c Toilet Soap, assorted, for 25c Sani Flush, per tin 23c McLaren's Jelly Powderc, as- sorled, 7 for 60c Pure Gold Icing, per pkl. 14c White Beanc, pfr Ib I5c Coohlng Apples, 4 IbB. fcr. 25c Rolled Oats, large carton. I. 25c Good Health Food, per pkt. 12c Pardon's Malt bottle ____ ____ Wlxed Rice Flour, 4'lbTscak 50; Old Tymg Syrup, qL cans TodhuntcPs Cocoa, en 23C _ Loganberries, per pkt 30c Castile Eoap, ____ 34c Tolttt Paper, 5 rolls for 25c Clark's Soups, per can 15c Ladies' Silk sUirts In anJ shot effects. Colora rose, blue, puriile. grey, preen and black. Sizes medium and, out jslzt. 1'rlcos y.uu UNDERSKIRTS. Splendid qualjiy. Culyrs ror.c, [iiiildy, green anil biacJi. 7C CHILDS' COATS in bear sklD, cordcj velvet iu Flies 22, 24. Culors white, navy, lirowii. cardinal. Prices S5.QO lo WOOL TOQUES in iilaln white, blue, cardinal, rose, grey, paddy, also blue and ulUle, wbite rose anil Prices i rallying from 75c 10...... :7.50 WOOL SCARFS iti colors rose, lirown. green anJ kbuki lo 1.65 Leather Lined Box Cull1 Buols WWo rHllng. wllb nicdium weight iolc, sizes C lo 10. This makes n gooj medium weight work hool ar a BCini-Urcsj A Special LADIES' PATENT KID BUTTON BOOTS. Wiui Cuban heels, cioth riltJTlg. All Sizes. Special, per LADIES1 BLACK Kin AND PAT- ENT LEATHER PUMPS. All Ihc latest styles wilb Louis and French lioelB. Sizes 214 to A and D lltllug. Regular- value to 57.00. Special...... CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES. WIMi kid tops, button or lace style. Sizes 3 to 1. i Special...................1.09 CHILDREN'S KID SHOES. With felt lops and fell lincfl throughout. Sizes 3 to 7. Special 1.4 3 4.50 3.49 STORE OPENS 8.30 A.M. STORE CLOSES S.OO P. M. K.T. Tuesday afternoon at tho St. at 7 o'clock. uoys- nliifi. Teachers' meeting at .IV. A- at I Junior Blsslan Band will meet in .tho scliool room. Friday choir practice al 8 o'clock. Christian B p.m., prayer meetiiig- Sunday a.m., Sunday school. Special service !or young men attending boys cou- erence Sunday evealng. O. Curtis, Pastor. AKt VtKI Bat Unionists Even More So Calder Says West Is All Right Ottawa, Nor- TVIllrid Laur- ler's election manifesto creaied son- Bidenble interest at the capital to- day, .'although Individual comment by ministers of the crown and others Is being reserved until later. While un- ionists express satisfaction thai the is- sue as to conscription has been rcide clear Uie supporters o[ Sir Wlltrlrt as- sert that he has made an appeal to the people which will brliig him a great 'deal of support. Ministers are gathering to deal with number of Important matters beEoro scattering for tho campaign. Hon. TV k. Crerar, minister of ag- riculture, who_ camo'in from the west this morning, expressed his Eatisrac- flon wltli Ihe manner In which things are Bhnplng In the prairie provinces. Koh. J. A. Caldcr, mnlaler ot Immigra- tion and colonization, Is expected to arrive In the capital on Wednesday. Hon. Sidney Fisher, ex-minister of agriculture, (9 here In lha Interests of the opposition ctnjpalirn. U Is expecled thai before the end of the week final action will be tak- en In regard to the Canadian North, era arbitration. The appointment ot Hon. Wllllum Pugslay as Aleulcnanl gofemor of New Brunswick U regard- ed practically ccrlaln within a day or two. Sir. Pussley, It Is understood, had Indicated his wjlllngneji lo accept titjoat. St. tho auiiliary o'clock on Stontlay. Tuesday evening nt 8 in Ihc meeting. Wednesday Intercession l S o'clock. Thursday al '3 o'clock Women's Auilllary. United Church Monday ercuiuif. day evening, prayer service. Ttiurs- Chriatian meet- ing of the ladies' Bid at at the parsonage. Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, i meeting of Ute board nf Stewarts In Ihe vestry; tho Go-forlh Mission Cir- cle mcela a meeting pf Ihe executive ot Ihe Sunday School in the churcli.' Tuesday afternoon n tca.wul be given at the home of Jlrs. llams, 1515, 5th avenue A. Wednes- day afternoon, the regura! monthly SCHOOL LAND SALE, Regtaa, Nov. sale ol school Itnds al Drownlcc, inlted In the purchase ot 237 parcel: pol ol 334 offered. The average prlco obtnlnbd was nnd Hi highest prlco recorded was (FO an acre.. The sale reaKicd The Chutches Jn the Tealry oTenlng at 7 o'cloclc of the in the rectorj- at a meollng'ol the ladles' Bid in the church at Parochial nssocfation at Thurs- qL 8 o'clock. tcrccsslon Service at" S p.m.; choir practice it 8.30 o'clock., _ j L.P -Tim neiief Society niECta In the L.D.S. church at Tuesday afternoon, subject .The.ology ;and.Tes- altennboh.. and evening session ol the conference al 3 o'clock and S o'clock. TUursday practice. Thursday nf- iDceling 'of Ihc lad- les' aid with Mrs. Hoy, Shepherd The Irtllibridge Bible.Study class ho'.ii its regular veetly meeting on nt S o'clock In Burgman's Hall, Chairman Mr. Inmsii; Toacher, Mr. Has. Come and bear the Scrip- tures proclnlm lueir own -Ky- eryborty welcome. Christian Science Regular tcstl-' pjony ixiecling on Wednesday evening ai oVIoclt. .1 night st 7 o'clock a liuiliiess ,meeting of the boys' or- o'clock special meeting of the Lad- ies' Aid. .Wednesday p.m., Ilia Prayer and Praise Service. Thura-. day p.m., choir practice. Frldar opening session o( the hoys' conference. These ses- sions wilt be continued until Sunday evening. All the sessions of tha boys'' conference ,win be held in the church. _ ,St. Teachers' meet-- lug Tuesdayeveniiig at 8- .Intercesj; slon serrlces AVedneEdas- at practice Friday ercnlpg.. I be ganlzatlon; at the Campfira Girls. Wednesday -3 a Custom Tailored Man. Stand out from the rahk and flic of the Indifferently dressed class. Be Individual, Custom tailoring alone marks you as distinctively dresspdi the difficult fjbrlt conditions, we an itlll.ln-i poiltlon (a luaranle: you all wuol nulerlili. That quality, eomblnad wild Ullsrlnj, .itraellve color and evTttta and anurt of corrlplHi elMhem here. Custom Fall-Snifg and Overcosts for Men- and Young Men up. FMth Street S. (o Men and Women Phone 730 ;