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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1018 THIi IjmiBHIDGE DAILY "iWlALD PAGE NINE MORE H > > > *> > :  e � PERSONAL * ._> ... > > : �> ' aiiling at a .Joseph Banner aro re-tltli Htroot Hontli. Dr. Connor and Dr. Leech, who have l)"iui ill, aro now around again.  r  'Phi! many friends of Mrs. Itose-warn. who has been aorlfmsly will be Kind to hour that she Is progressing favorably. �   .Mr. K. Illclcinan of tho Merchants' i Hunk staff in Onlgnry, has boen transferred, to tho Lethbrldge btink.   * Miss Dorothy Hentley, who has been 111, in now able to lie. around arain.  �  Mr. and Mm. A. vStos, OriiTigovlIln, announce Uiu engagement of their daughter. Hazel Francos, to Dr. J. Houaon Whltely I^onp; of Hod Deer, formerly of I^thbridge, Alberta, (he marriago to take placo shortly in Rod Deer. *  � Miss .latict MeVean of tho Hudson Hay stuff left on Saturday for an ex- i tended visit to Vancouver, j * * * I .Mrs. M. I'. Adye, who lian been vls-'iilnj; her daughter, Mrs. H. II. N'ieh-| ols for thf> summor, loft yesterday for [her home in Iowa City. Iowa. ? FLU' ORGANIZATION. > Although there am over r>0 volun-tufers for nursing in tlu> i>r�Hent epidemic morn aid Ih needed. The organization has '.icon well Worked out. workers and those in need of help being asked to phono their names to the Nursing Mission which is acting an u sort of contrnl bureau. Some are giving their whole time to ihe fighl, others are sparing a few hours. Many of Ihe ladleH in the city are buny making soup to be sent to etrlckon homes, and it. is belli* delivered where it. is neeilnd. At Number ft a sort, of .soup kitchen is being established when' from a central place this nourishment may lie distributed. A canvass of Number I! Is being made by several of the ministers of the ,'liy to find out conditions there. The ministers are giving their help in these parts of the city and' are getting them in an organized condition. �i ' m -----,*'(.. your hel|i' to fight, (he ,flu't call cornea for' thou help, if only for a u day. Fleas'1, ) Nursing Mission day. Those who please phone the her anil aid in lion. NEEDED v,l II /led ;eni /a n '. hours ;e- 111" :.: i lu-'l ln-l|i  jniiii i I'.ll ii i/ii THE WALL FOR THE ERMAN PO Mould into- loaves, fill well-groined pans half full, cover �ind let rise | again about one.hour. Ilalie l'orty-flv� ! | minutes in a hot.,oven. j ] One-half cup Of . r.hnppcii nuts may j j he added, if desired. j Oatmeal, brea/l "proviih .1 iemarl-:-j I able amount of jH>ui'i;-ii n �-at at very, 'little expense. It's niigh'v tviod, tool! one . dictated ,1 by her c- o > C1K I- FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLKS iat lli/> ees of kaiser-Kiptirai tln'in-Tlie. BLUE RIBBON TEA. a >: CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will be no meeting of Thistle Hewing Circle* this week. CARROT PUDDING. The following recipe has been found from experience to be economical and delicious. When cooltod, it can hardly be discerned from plum pudding, being both light and tasty. 1 >,*. cups flour, 1 cup sugar or sugar substitute, 1 cup suet, t cup raisins, 1 cup currants, 1 cup grated potatoes, 1 cup grnted carrots, 1 teaspoon soda. Steam three hours. �> * �> O O O * : iff In Heine! ejiair i'in before it clothing and refugees who i" i'iei/1-.- from Igian towns e slowly pru-tr'inM/'r into llol- Rich! Strong! Delicious! It stimulates a man for his work in the morning and helps him to forget his troubles at night. Ask for it. It is Reckless Extravagance to Say "I Cant Afford Dentistry" Hl'jRB are a hundred and I .one noneanential things you . / can forego to provide money to have your tooth put in shape. Good teeth aro an essential to physical and mental well-being You can'! bo really well, full of vigor, bright and alert in your mind when your system Is being slowly poisoned by those, corrupt teeth. Our moderate, charges even for the most extensive work place the highest grade dental work within your easy reach. Don't nay you can't nf- * ford it or that you aro afraid of a dental operation. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. The Commission lie giiini, of which Air. Ho man. has a big propn. i today in providing food, t-helter for tue LTie.oon are estimated to be on t Lille, Koubalx ami lb near the front. They are greasing towards tin* lint in an endeavor to (.�>��.�. laud. If the. (lei'iuans withdra1. gitim without aciziiu: tic supplies, the population \ no greater hardships linm If, oi: the other hand, tlie i evacuating, seize the en supply and especially Hie : ing dairy cattle, on which milk :'upp!y depends, tin will be appalling. In an ett'ort to cope with the food situation tie- commission for relief in Belgium vliippcd tsu.onu tons of food to Ilotterdiini during Sep. tcniber. KAISER GIVES PALACES AS RECREATION HOMES it* ^.lte iin-' lie lies- of ills '. from Hei naiive food a ill endure at lire.-elil. ' e'llllatl'-: ill i - r ii :i I food i'w remain-the lialn'es' situation Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE C. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. 3 INSURE AGAINST SPANISH INFLUEN OUR POLICY COVERS ALL SICKNESS PAYS WEEKLY INDEMNITY MAKES PROVI8ION FOR HJ08PITAL EXPENSES IT 18 THE M08T LIBERAL POLICY YOU CAN BUY A "M1NIMAX" BEAT8 ALL OTHERS % $25.00 Weekly for all Sickness Select ami Preferred Classes $24,00 per year with a 10% Bonus GUARDIAN INSURANCE Co. OF CANADA All Pollclcf, Guaranteed by QuardiaivAssurance Co,, of VflBtf*n, En^ W. A. LEVITT, AGENT ROOM 8. STAFFORD BLOCK PHONES 617-618 ? A PINCHER CREEK PIONEER ? ? > * : * > * : ? > ? : * ? ? : : : : j The lleRlna header says: j During the .> .;. > a a .;. a a * MILK STATION CLOSES ?  ' * * ? : : : : : : ? :� : > The milk station at the Nursing Mission which has buen such a boon I to Lelhbridgo babies for tho past, six 'months or more, will be closed at the I'ttud of this week. Tlie free clinics, Jhowover, will Btill be maintained-anil /'food prepared from uny formulas prescribed by tho doctors for sick habies. It is planned to open the milk station again in the spring. * v its c* > > : : ? : : : > ? : : *>* >>� 1 cake yeast. >... % cup lukewarm water. ^'V 2 cups liolliug water. 2 cups rolled oats. \'3 cup honey or corn syrup or mol-asses. 1 tubleapoouful cooking oil or but ter substitute. 4 cups sifted flour. 1 (easpoonful salt. Pour two cups of boiling water over oatmonl, cover and lot stand until ; lukewanp, Dossoive yeast ami sweet. oiiIdk ino ono-balf cup lukowarm water, , add shortening and add this to the j oatmeal and water. Add 0110 cup of I flour, or enough to make an ordinary sponge. Heat well. Cover and set a�ido In ti moderately warm placo-to fiso for ono hour, or until light. AAA onpugh flour to'.iuuko a dough that can ho handled-about throe imps, ^nd tho suit, Knead wall. Placo In greased bowl, cover mid-let rise In'a moderately warm placo, until double in bulk-about ane and one-half kovjig. London, Nov. 5.-Emperor William has ordered that the present imperial palaces, including the famous palnce at Sans Soucie, be converted into hospitals and recreation homes for Invalids, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company.. The palace of San Soucie mentioned In the dispatch stands in the - park of Sans Soucie nt Potsdam. The building was erected in 1745-47 for Frederick the Great. New York, Nov, "1. Tie' New Yuri. � Herald today editorially says thai tin- ! ' ustrliin armistice Is the Inintlwrtthie. i cm tlie wall for the CeniiHM people, j and continues: "A.; litilgarid. Turkey and Austria-; Hungary have, each in turn, h.*gged; for a beginning toward peace mi the bash; of their unconditional stirrer - ' der. so (Jermaiiy must accept an ini.itic" if she is to liavt in every line ,wn] ew-.v (')i 111 ri (� t: very clever camouflage. Ostensibly he surrenders his 'divine right", hu' mediately steps to the from stage ill the role he himself h cribed as hereditary president "lie Is fooling nobody nui le'iinany. unli'ss it In- some who wan' to he fooled The World says: "The terms of the. sirtnistn e require ! �i (iennany by l.'ie allied powers are to be, us had been expected, mi le^s severe, than those imposed upon Hnt-jiaria. Turkey and Austria-Hungary. "They are, broadly speaking, such as will make impossible a resumption 1 ot hostilities by the Herman govern- I merit on either jam! or sea, pending a permanent treaty of peace. It was to] have world domination 01* downfall,! according to Ccrmany's own asser-1 Hon:*. Ii has become downfall, and! everybody in Hermany from the kaiser ; downward If at last beginning to realize the failure." ! The Tribune says that the terms of [ the armistlo leave the dual monarchy impotent. "The allied demand for the evacuation of the Trent ino, Istria and Dal-matla. doubt about disposition of Alsace-Lorraine in any armistice wllli Hermany. Alsace-Lorraine will he surrendered as these Austrian provinces have been surrendered. The Herman navy similarly will he turned over to the allies or dismantled, so that (lermany can never resunip the war at sea. "Hermany. the arch-conspirator against the peace of the world, will be bound, just as Austria-Hungary. iCIEMS-OMNFECTS usiriiL rnn nvm boo PLPPosrs ]// GILLtlTS / i- V F. wsmi �UWl her numbi" satellite, has now been bound " The Times says: "The jroIl liuf. has once agnin closed uiiuui (Si-i ii'iaiiy. she stands alone against an Increasing host, of foes: there is no help for her from any nuar-ter iind the territory and transportation services of countries which were lately fighting by her side are open to the use of tae allies for attacking her upon funiis hitherto secure She nuisl s-iirreudir and 10011, The terms imjioseil upon Austria enable lu-r ::> judge of the severity of thope must accept for herself.-' Tlie Sun -ay.�: "The end is In lull slghi how." :uiil cont iiiue.s  "The one great Jii'iticiple which Hreat llrltaiu. France, Ituly. the I'nit-ed Btate.s and all deihoci'atic nations interested in safeguarding their future ami the future peace of the j world which must be kept in mind 1 when victory has been completely j achieved. aj well as Hie preservation) of enemy hinds, if for no other reason I than for the sake of the preservation! I of o�f own orderly democracies j against world Holshevikism; agains: I 1 he Ited curse of disintegration nn<: 1 anarchy and chaos for which inok ; passions are always preparing th< j field when strong government, cease . j The experience of Itussia has nlreadi j illustraieil this w/tli startling and ai* j n i f Iff tit warning " j CASUALTY LIST GROWS SMALLER I Ottawa. Nov 6. - The following I Western I'linadisn soldiers ami offi ' cers ate reporled casual' ies in tilt ! list issued today. i infantry - Died -Sergl. Joseph Ir i win, Kdmontou. Wounded -Lieut. W S Metcalfe, l-'.ngland-. Lieut. 1(. I. flits sell. I'emtiroke, Out.: Lieut. C, Y. Hlrcoeks. M.C.. Krsex, Ont ; C. 1* Weaver, Vancouver. forestry Corp? -III -J. H. Leith "iser. Ho^i'tiheim, Alta. Sir Wilfrid Laurier will go to l.on don 011 Nov. Hi to confer with lib Western Ontario supporters and advisors In regard to matters of parij organisation and policy. For Biliousness Biliousness is a common form of indigestion. It is brought on by food-waste which the stomach, intestines and bowels fail to expe!. If you will take a few doses of Beecham's Pills, when bilious, you will soon, rid yourself of the impurities, relieve sick headache, stimulate the liver and bile and tone the stomach. Healthy conditions are quickly re-established by using BEECHANfS PfllS DiMctloM �( Special Valu* to Worn* 41* with Every Bat/ S�M 'rrwkar* ht Ciiiii �1 U.S. Aawiu. 'Uktin, ZtcMta. ^ r EARLY! It Will Pay You to Buy at Rylands Later in the season many lines are going to be scarce and higher in price. Right now some manufacturers will not accept repeat orders. Right now we have a big stock with plenty of assortments to choose from, so right now is the time to buy when you can secure just what you require. FURS! FURS! A large and complete display of beautiful furs in sets or separate pieces. Notwithstanding the present scarcity of Rood furs on tho market we succeeded hy dlliKont effort months mul months iiro to ussoinhlo u superh stock of furs in nil the latest Idea3. It Is Just, an much of interest to us to show you these ideus us it will lie for you to see them. Kvery-thini: in the way of stoles, scarfs, muffs, eo:tts, etc., are here ready for your Inspection. Our 'prices are rcusoiiuhlo when quality is considered he-cause there is very little ndv.ince on hi^t season's jirlre:< as yef, hut. we advise an early selection of kooiI furs. RED FOX SET8, NATURAL WOLF SETS, OPP08SUI\jl 8ET8, NATURAL RAT SETS, HUDSON SEAL SETS, BLACK WOLF SETS, BEAVER SETS, JAP FOX SETS. FUR COATS In Hudson Seal, Marmot and BLAClt PLUSH COAT A rich, litKh finished BlackkPhiKh Coal, made from Lister's imported EnRlltih plush. The best plush made. A pretty stylo wjth' pleated hack, KlvitiK a high waist line effort, lined throughout with flKivrod salin. Collar ot CJX CA crushed piush. At ......V.----... v9�9v NOVELTY COAT This is a .Vcw York model.In black plush A' style that is not as louc as many of the ott} ei'H. Made with fancy aide panels. Tlie buttons larRe collar, side panels and pockets trimmed with rich ,lnp siiulrrel fur, lined throughout with satin. A very attractive coat, NATURAL RAT COAT This has been quite a favourite with many of our customers this season. It la made In 11 splendid roomy style with good bltr sweep, hlBh collar from finest selected natural musk-rat. Lined throuKhout with ftKtired poplin and the price is very special, 135 00 LADIES'TWEED COATS ' This coat is made from koou quality of serviceable tweed In good full, well fitting style, .with large patch pockets and deep �wide belt ;im! trimiiif-d with black-plush but'ons - - in n very pleasing style, at. 100.00 TWEED COAT Made from heavy English Tweed in very attractive stylo with large convertible collar, wide holt and trimmed with large buttons. This Is u coat that will give good wear. Moderately, priced at ..... 19.00 20.00 LADIES' COAT A splondid tweed eoat 1n good quality. Made in neat style, w-ell finished and hand tailored. Large patch pocket* and large collar which will fasten close up to face. Trimmed with buttons, At ;.......... 22.50 MEN'S COMBINATIONS About .r'tt suits in tho lot, some are slightly soiled us the majority are sample stilts, others are the last of good selling lines. They come in natural wooLnml heavy ribbed weave, .Not all �lzes hut good assortment from 3S fo 40. Values up to $'l.7fi. Special litis .week ..................................... 2.50 MEN'S UNDERWEAR ".'dO lien's Purl' Wool Undershirts, made from best quality of yarn, good fitting und well made and well finished In every way. Tliesn'aro sumplo shirts and come in size -10. Regular values | uiV to'f ,1.00 garment. Special this week, earh .........____.. lilU MEN'S UNDERWEAR An odd lot of Men's Undershirts and a few pair,of Drawers in light and heavy weights or pure wool, Borne arc traveller's sample's, the balance is odds and ends from stock. Values up to #1.75. *f Special this week............................................. �JOC INFANTS'WEAR Wo have just, received a big shipment,of infant's woolen jackets, polkas, mittens, woolen overalls, bootees, etc. These aru dainty, cosy �and very attractive. & The Busy Store .... 50 ;