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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918 THE LliTH PERSONAL r. Connor and Dr. Leech, who have Tjoen 11], are iiow around again.  �  The many, friends of Mtb. Rose-�warn, who has beea serjpusly ! will Be glad' to hear that she is pro-I gresalng, favoraibly. � I Mr.. I^. Hickman of the Merchants' �Bank staff in Calgary, has been trans-I ferrec} ;.to the .Lietlhrldge bank.. ... Mfsa. bbrothy. Bentley, who; ;has.. been .jlj, Is hqJkJable, to . he..around again., , ; ' '  �    '*">�'' Mr.iand Mrs,'A, Tttes, Orangeville^ I mnhcfunce the iAngagement. .fit their. daughter, Haael Frances, to Dr. J. Benson AVhitely t^ng bt iRed Deer, formerly of Lethbridge, Alberta, the marriage to lake place shortly In tied Deer.  .��� Mlas Janet McVean'of the Hudison the Nursing MisBlon which is acting as a sort of central bureau. Some are giving.their whole time to the fight, others are sparing "a few hours. Many of the ladies in the city are husy making soup to be sent to stricken home.s, and It is being delivered where it is Bay staff left on Saturday for an ex^: needed. At Number G a sort ot aoup tended visit to Vancouver. [kitchen is being established wliere * *  i from a central place this nourishment Sirs. M. U. Adye, who has been vis- may l�e distributed. A canvass of iting her dkughter, Mrs. H. H. Nich- Number A is being made by several o!s for the summer, left yesterday for oi the ministers of the aity to find her home in Iowa City, Iowa. .out conditions there. The rtilhisters  * * .1 are giving their help in these parts of ? ? ? > ? ? > ? 9> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES '> TEA^ RiclH Strong! Delicious! It stimulates a man for his work in the morning and helps him to forget his troubles at night. Ask for it. ^t'is Recklesis Extravagance to Say ^'lanf A&otd Dentistry" 7HERB are &' hundred and one nonessential things yon / can forego to provide money to have your teeth put in shape. Good teeth are an essential to physlca'l.aBd.mental 'Wfill-bolng. You. can't be really welli full ot vigor, bright and alert'iin your mjnd when your system Is being slowly �poisoned by those corrupt teeth/ OurvV mod,^ratc charges oven for the' most extensive work place the highest grade dental work within your easy reach. Don't say you can't afford it or that you are afraid of . ' . a dental operatWn. ;  >�>��;*. �,. Dentistry As We Practue It Is a Gentle Art., ? FLU' ORGANIZATION. ? "iilthough there are over .50. volunteers for nursing. 4h-the present-epi- ^ demic more aid is needed. The prgan- iisatlen jhas been/Vwelf; forked put. There will be no meeting of the workers and tl^ose ."in need of help Thistle Sewing Circle this week, rbeing.asked' to-piione^tUllr names to � � � �. :.;. : : > : : : > : .> �.> ? � ? ? :� The following recipe has been found from experience to be economical and delicious. iWben cooked, it Caii hardly l|be discerned from plum pudding, being both light and tasty. 1% cups flour, 1 cup sugar or sugar substitute, 1 cup suet, 1 cup raisins, 1 cup currants, 1 cup grated potatoes, ,1 cup grated carrots, i teaspoon soda. Steam three hours. �� � ? ? '> A PINCHER CREEK PIONEER a happy home for the litU^Mnes, anB, on. many occasions the actual wojrk of ^thB.htoih^'^wa^^^^^ by tliese^'yolufiteBi: .W6ikiBrs..-J�Ib're'^recent. ly, :\yheu;a regular'std;ff was in-charge at the'.Welf(tre,'.'^Mrfl;rJac{kBOn hu^ giv-�n JiiBt as li|)erftJly'of her yinc,;a^ the Bed'JCro38,i,tttoiiis,i: AJI the, women foiStod Jt delighttul-td Vorlc wi Jackson because "of the efficiency;,with which hor duties were always .done and because of.her modesty and?fiym-pathy and kindly judgment. , i;" PAGE NINE > -^MORE Hi �day.'".''rhdsO wh ? LGARY OFFICE-115AEiG^tH AVEfiUB*: EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. OUR POLICY COVERS ALL 'SICKNESS . - PAYS WEEKLY INDEMNITV MAKES PROVISION FOR >^8PITAL EXPENSES IT IS THE MOST LIBERAL POLICY YOU CAN BUY  A "MINIMAX" BEATS ALL OTHERS  ' * $25.00 Weekly for all Sickness Select and Preferred Classes $24.00 per year with a 10% Bonu* GUARDIAN INSURANCE Co. OF CANADA All Pollcici; Guarianteed by.Guardlairi'Aisurance Co.j^f bMM*n, En^ W^AiiEYItT,Ai5ENT  : BOOM 8, STAFFORd BLbCk:' ' . WONE* 617-618- � ? � ? ? ? ? .... 9> MILK STATION CL^ES  . .....^ � * ? ? : * ? ! : ? : , � ' '* * . oXtMEAL BREAD .\ 'it. *  , to be, as had been expected, no less ; severe than those Imposed upon Bulgaria, "Turkey and Austria-Hungary. "They are, broadly speaking, such as will make impossible a resumption of hostilities by the German governing''(iaiiy"Vt"tR"on%Vhici/tlie on either land or sea, pending a milk supply depend^, the situation Permanent treaty of peace. It was to "The terms of the armistice required , ,^,5^^^^ victorv has been  Completely of Germany by the allied powers are! ^^^.^^g^^ as'well as the preservation will be appalling; Iii an effort to cope with the food -sltuatioil the commission for relief in BelglUhi shipped 180,(}00 tons of food to Rotterdam during September, KAISER GIVES PALACES AS RECREATION HOMES London, Nov. 5.-Emperor William has ordered that the present imperial palaeea. Including the famous palace at Sans Soucie, be converted Into hospitals and recreation homes ; for Invalids, ap-cording to a Cofienhagen dispatch to the Exchange-'Telegraph Company. The palace of'Sah Soucie mentioned In the dispstch stands in the  park of Sans Sodcito'^at Potsdam. The building waWterected In .1745^ 47. for Frederick the Great. have world domination or downfall, according to Germany's own assertions. It has become, downfall, and everybody in Germany from the kaiser downward is at last beginning to realize the failure," ' The Tribune says that the terms of the armistice leave the diial monarchy impotent. "The allied demand for the evacuation of the Trentino, Istria and Dal-matia, leaves _no' doubt about disposition ot Alsace-Lorraine in any armistice with Germany. Alsace-Lorraine will be surrendered as these Austrian provinces have been surrendered. The German navy, similarly will be turned over to the allies or dismantled, so that Germany can never restim* the war at sea. / . ' - "Germp-ny, . fie . archrconspirator against the peace of. the worU, will be bound, just as Austria-Hftigairy, of enemy lands, it tor no other reason than for the sake ot the preservation of .our own orderly democracies against world Bolshevikism; against the Red curse ot disintegration and anarchy and cliaos for which mofc passions are always preparing , th� field when sl:rong government cease.ii The experUmce of Russia has alreadj illustrated this with startling and sig nificent warning." CASUALTY LIST GROWS'SMALLER Ottawa, Nov. 6.-The followirij Western Canadian soldiers and offi' cers are reported casualties in tht list issued today: Infantry-Died-Sergt. .Tdseph ' Ir win, Bdmonton. Wounded-Lieut. W. S. Metcalfe, England; Lieut. R; I. Aus. sell, Pembroke,. Ont.; Lieut. C. 13 HiscockE, M.C, .Essex, Ont.; C.' P, Weaver, Vancouvei-. Forestry Corps-111-J. H. Leith eiser, Rosenheim, Alta. Sir Wilfrid Laurier will go to Loft don on Nov. 19 to confer -with hi� Western Ontario supporters and advisors in regard to matters ot partj organization and policy. For Biliousness ~- Biliousnesil is a common form of indieestioh. It is brought on by; fpbd-wsste which the stomach, intestines and bowels fail to expel: If you will take a few doses� of Bee�hftm's Pills, when bilious, you will soon, rid yoitfself of the ihij^uritics, reUeve sick headache, stimulate the'liver'and> bile and tone the stdiiuich. Healthy cohditioni are quickly re' sponge.. Heat well. Cover and Set aside iiua moderately warm plaq^^ rise for.oine 4iour, or until light. 01 Add enugh'flour to'^nvake. a .d^figh. thaf can behandled-about three cups, and the salt. Knead/^'ell. place la^ greased bowl, cover and^ let nse In'a moderately warm place, until double in bulk-^about aae and one-half iayfK. EAR It JVai Pay ?ou to Buy a* .^nds Later in tKte; season many lines are going to be scarce and higher in price; Ri^ht now idm^ manufacturers will not accept repeat orders. Right now we have a big stock with blenty of assortmehts to ch6os^,fmiii so right noir IS the time to buy when ypu caii seciire just what you.require. , , ^ MV kt^ftv V A large and complete disi^lay of beautiful furs in sets or separate pieces. Notwithstanding ' the present scarcity of good furs on the mar-^ ket we succeeded by diligent effort months and months ago to assemble a superb stock of furs in all the � latest Ideas.. ' It is just as much  of interest .tb us to show you these Ideas as it will be for you to see them. Everything in the way of stoles, scarfs, muffs, coats, etc., are here. ready for your.inspection, ^ Ojir...'iirices are reasonable when quality is considered be-..ii^;^yJl^;t.l�>3?5f^3^ .NOVELTY CQAtj , i'. This is a -^te.wT6dfe;^rfQ461;iIl:l�^^c plu^H.'.?'3ife style that is.not,tf8 Jone'Bs mapr Df.Wh^Vpt^" ers. Made with 'fa!li6i^8Me;iiianelf. iThe.fUIJttoia.. large collar, sl�teT?Briel�>ana'pockets trimmed with rich Jap squirrel tur, lin�d throughout with satin. Avery attractive jcoaL J QQ| NATUR^a RAT lo^^ * This has been,quite a favourite with many of oiir customers' this season. It ia maderin a splendid roomy style wlUi; �ood bif oveep, . high collar from finest selected natural mus)t-rat. Lined throughout with figured poplin and ,the price is very special, 135 00' " ^ LADIES' mED COATS ' This coat) is made from good''quality of-ser-viceable tweed In good full, well fitting style, ' .with large patch pockets and deep wide belt , and trimmed with black-filush' hutt6'ils n a a a � in a very pleasing style,;at,.avsUv TWEED COAT Made from heavy English Tweed in very attractive style with large convertible collar, wide belt and trlm-' medfwith large buttotas. This-is a coat that' Will give good wear.> Motferately/ \ A'iWk priced at ----------l7*UU i LADIES'COAT A splendid tweed coat in good quality. Made in neat style, well finished and hand tailored. Large patch pocketa and large collar which will fasten clbse up to face. Trimmed with buttons. At 22.50 MEN'S COMBINATIONS � -t.-Aboiit 00.euitftln the lot, some are slightly soiled as the majority . 'are sample suits, .others are the last of good selling lines. They come iu natural wooLiatid . heavy ribbed weave. Not all sizes but good assortment from.38:'teV40. Values up to $3.75. � (ja : Special tliis week.................;............ t*t%iv MEN'S UNDERWEAR . . 200 Men's Pilrb Wool: Undershirts, made-from best quality of yarn; good fitting antl. well made and well finished In every �way. These'are sample shlrta^an'd come In size 40. Regular values -i *jf* '^^^to'T$100 gafmm.--Sif^e^^ each ..',...... MEN'S j^ND^RWlAR An odd lot of Men's Undershirts and'a few pair.of Drawers m llfht and heavy weights of. pure wool. Some are traveller's S(impJ�9, the balance is odds and,^ends from stocH; yaluos up tp'J1.75.;^ife, SpeclMsthis weelt........,............................ INFANTS'WEAR We.have just received a big;slilpment,of infant's woolen jackets,,, polkas, mittens, woolen overalls, bootees, etc. These are dainty, cosy,-rfind very attractive. . 50 ;