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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMHKH 10. t.FTimnmr.F. PAfiE FIFTEEN The treat that its lovers learn to expedt from a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE, is always realized to the full__ for "Seal Brand" holds its aroma and flavour to the spoonful in the air-tight can. 1 tad 2 pound tiu. liae ground Jor Never told In bulk. 14; i CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. Your .Overseas .Christmas Parcel Should contain an AitoStrop The Razor i that sharpens f its own blades automatically MILADI PHONE Mlas Gardener, of Craning, Is the .ucsl o( 31 let llary Simpson. Mrs. Alw. Campbell of Taher Is A jueai o( Mrs. II. W. Long lor week-end, There will be aa executive) meet fig of Sir Alexander Gait Uhapler 1. O. IX E. ilunday aUernoon at 3; 30, la Mason1 B banquet ball, Dy minion Mr. li. Hargrove, principal the Ethooral Cdrtley, with bis whe and daughter Madge., whp-havo attending the teachers' convention, rie- lumed lo their homo this moriilae. Tlicy were guests o( Mr. and Mru.'t. S. Farrow wbllo fo" the city. RED CROSS NOTES The worl lias Increased order to Letter facilitate the wort "a daily attendant In the ruoins has be- come necessary. Beginning Monday morning, Nov. 12th, Mlas Blagburn be la tho Red Cross rooms Ao answer phono or personal enquiries regarding (lie work, to receive bags of work cowing In from oulElde polois; lo supply any needs of Individuals or organisations .sewing In the room a and lo have complete charge of Ihe atoct In the store room, supplying the cuttcra ivJlh tbeir necessary material. Miss Dlafburn will bo In the rooms every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Irom 10 a.m. lo 5 p.m., and will Red Cross Society to the extent that In J. W. STOREY Man In the Boys' Conference. aecoDiinodaLe all persons terested lu lied Cross work. Ju The Ihreo suro things In, axes and Victory fitter the War-la No doubt many 'people are aiklng-trie above question time. Do you wish tj-.kneiff ttic truran'iwer aii. given" In the Word gf- God, scti'forth the strugftle.. "fhe Blblt" arranged lecture foliowt; 1 ifc Miss Alexandra or Is visit- lu the city lor a lew dayj. 'VU6 Art Needle Work Class will meet with Mrs. Koc-n, Hoom 111, Hull Block, on Monday Hllernuon. _ D. B. acknowledge with thanks Hie knitting of sockfl from the Westmins- ter and Galbralth schools for October 1917. Westminster 12. Ethel Irene Simpson; 3, Doris Roberta: 2. AliMe Fisher; Molly Walton; Violet Ixiive: 2. Hazel Held; 2, Jlary McGowan; 1, Dora Xoel; 1, Agues Jarvle; 1, Uessle Lulag; 1, Itora Mellor; 1, Jean Dow; 1, Jessie tt'alson; I. Edith ietl; 1, Harriet Steakley; 1. Ucssle BalrO; 1. Dorolhy Doe; Marjorle Arvlil l.arEen; 1. Jcaoulc McN'ulty; 1. WlIHe McNau: 1. Mar- garet Chaplow; 1, John Watson; I, Gladys Hodglna; 1. May Vines; 1, Clara 1, Thclma Bodd; J, Kallile Balrd; 1, Nellie Mercer; 1, Annie Carler; J, Jack llayward; I Mlunls Kirk- 1, Janet Scott; I, Isa- bella Dodd; 1, Shlela McCillum; 1, Hertha Forif 1. Graelr- Kerr; 1, Ues tie Watsrhouse; 1. Phyllis 1, Llizlo 1, Dorothy Itlches; 1, Mlas Murdock; 2, Miss Ualcmair, 2. 'Mra. niches. Galurclth 1, Elslo. Talbot: i. Jessie Hurst; I, Alice Itadlcy; 2, Uaucllc Dlion; I, Slarjorle Thomas; 1. ilaud Moore; 2, Lilian Stager; I, Mary Logan; I, Lily Adultt; 1, Ethel Ross; Isabellc JIcNabb; 1, Vera Webb; I, Alice Foi; 1, Mrs. Reasbaw. Monday's Specials Tell of many opportunities for practical thrift Men's Heavy Mackinaw Coats Shawl collar, belt with -f IjuckTc. Spedal lU.DU Men's Fine English Flannel Outing Shirts With collar attached lu erey, blue, (an and hclio. Spcx-lal................. 2.50 Boys' Flannelette Pyjama Suits 99c FIFTH STREET. SOUTH' Speaker: J. A. GILLESPIE NOTED BIBLE EXPOSITOR OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK YOU SHOULD HEAR HIM: JALL ARE WELCOME- ,J ALL SEATS FREE dealh.at OnL.-Vot Hon. 'ft. 'S. jlojmer "spe'alijr of Iho ho'use'of commons, haa-bccii' received Iho'capital "with'rnany 'expressions The-'llai oh pirllament I wonder whatY wrong with my Tea 'My I ThU certainly IS good Tea The woman on the left bought some "cheap" tea. You can 'see, -not. pleased. She's sorry now she "tried i to. 'by.- buying ;'.the> .o, tea. I How different, with; the woman on right. The fragrance of her tea tells her how j .good it 'n. She paid a few cents more for Red Roie than tie other woman paid for her "cheap" Red Rose mil prove more economical in the end.l Beaine of the rich fitvof and vijorpas jtrength of the Assam teas or which tied Rosechiffly J if .wffl make 250 cups to the pound, or of I'eent a cup. So Jheap that- pooteit J that the nd{ can f-J ra EiUbrook, Co., Red frxt Tea cAijthVtimel-oL tils VpJKiliitrncnl lo the with ,the Sir Wlltrjd the parliameiiUrianl: lini'.iho cool- ions'. Grey cuhllousJly. 'sln'ce tHe ''general election 18TO." jhin'Jife '.Mp.cke'nile govora-1 lent irjjoule'was ne o! fbe stalwartsrqt re1'oppositionj'ln.Uhe. yeare Sir Wll- rid J-aurler-was" mrpow'er. and there ere'few'debates'ln whlc'n he did aol articipnte. He was recognized as an blc parliamentarian and bis apnolnt- lent to the speakershlp ot'the com- nons In 1911 did not occasion any tur- Thc late Dr. Sproule succeeded lion. f. Wallace as Brand master of Loyal ira'tage wlilch be eld Tor V.number Recently c has been In falling health, but he, ccasionally participated In tbe sen- will be represented Darken Great White Way i'New'YerW'' Nov.. way's far famed "Gresl White" Way" will be dimmed for the re- mainder .of thCiWar, commencing tonight, by' order'of the fuel ad- ministration at Washington-- The myriadG of lights In their fantas- tic advertising signc will" now alow only from 7.15 ,to 11 o'clock each night, JnsLsad fbf from'dusk until the -The ed thrfff-pi? coal used to Sight up tfie Way" might well Ages 7 K> 10 years. Special, each.......i... Men's Ties Tour-la-hand. flowlas end styles. Ilegnlar price 50c. Special Men's Genuine Silk Lined Mocha Gloves In sizes to S only. 1 7C Worth J2.50. Special 1.1 J Men's Pad Garters In assorted colors.' -1 A Special I3C t Uie funeral 5 HEADQUARTERS .AT 'VERSAILLES 24 Linen Table Cloths GOxGO. Salin In flural Uc- Blgns. SpleDdlil value at 52.25. Siiedally priced 12 Only, Table Cloths Conventions! dEsisns, 72x72. fteg. Specially priced 12 Only, Table Cloths, In conventional designs, 72x90. Splendid value at 53.75. o Specially prli-cQ L 12 Sets Cloth napkins' to match 'cloth.'2 yards ,'b'y 2 'yards. Napkins 22i22. Convontlpnal designs. Regular val uc Specially i -i f n priced, 11.OU Victory Bond Silver Bullets are as es- sential as high explos- ive Vic- tory Bonds. Men's Box Calf Blucher Boots. Ueavy Koodyeaf- All per pair Leather lined lltorugliout. ...6.50 MEN'S BLACK GUNM6TAL BALLS. With Hack Xeolln pole and rubber Very cpmfort- alilo and dressy. per pair MEN'S BLACK URUS CALF PROSPECTORS. 10 Inch lielglil n-lth se.-.vn and pegged vlscolizeit sole. Special, ner pair LADIES' PATENT LEATHER AND KID PUMPS. Also a few atrau Bliiipcrs In the range. Very drcssy. Sizes lt> t. A and .fitting. Itcgulsr value lo ?7.50. Special 7.50 7.00 13.49 C. 4 B. Curry PowdcrVhiittie 25c California Figs, 15 01. pkt... lie Emperor Grapes, per Ih. 25c Applet 4 Ibs. for 25c Apex James, apple and straw- berry and apple and raspberry, 4 Ib. pail 55c Gold Seal Milk, per tin 20c Carnation Milk, per tin 19c Canada FJrsl Krumbiei, -2 -for'.; L.'i'A'j...- 25o. Good'HeaUh Food, .'.vUZSc', -t' Hudsona.Tea Queen Olives, quart sealery 50c Bui bog Neck Furs and Muffi In every lilnil ot Iiir. Black Wolf, KOI. l.yni. and Seal. IJeaver..Nat- ural Wolf. .Mole. Muskrat. Sable. Jteil KOI. Cross Fox. Knnlne, Point- ed Dog, Fos ami Thibet. Children's Kurs lu Thibet. Mou flou. Blue Goal and AlulaUon Er- mine. Wool Sweaters In rose, white. black, brown, cardinal, padjy. gold, .ivhlle and green, rose and brown acd I'rlces n I-A }7.00 to............... Ladies' Suits A nice range ot Suits In navy, black and grays. All Hie hfrcl- Etyles. Sizes IS to IS. Values lo SIS.OU. All going at............... Fur Coats Is your chance, to get a good fiir coat. We have them la njmlirai Irom 53S.OO to ?250.00. Hudion Seal. {225.00 lo ?325.00. Also Near Seal and Heaver The cold weather is coming when you will need them 2 Only, 97-Piece Dinner Sets ..In green and blue ilettcii. Mon- day special -l n fK Complete Cups and Saucers hand design. Snwilal. G for J Good rjsullly glass table Special, 6 for 59c Cut Glasi Water G tumblers; 1 nltchcr.'Wortt.in' tie "regular l Heavy Covered v .72 Square.- SpeViai STORE OPENS" 8.30 A.M. 'CLOSES iATURDAY 9 Jo P.M. f Vancouver, hocYey.'will'eel i camber 1 'wnen Paris, NOT. 13 aaid here that he permanent, military of the' nter-aJllcil war councllwlll quarters at Versailles or .Paris. jollUcal section will bo composed KO TufnlalcrH from eivch country, .nana irhoni Jo each case, If possible, vlH. 10 Ihe prcniler. It will meet in Paris! 'Jona wfcc'a month" Lo pass on the decUiu-m. ilons o[ the military Bectlon, V Thd plan It here as a' the' openlnf. will'be played adconiiiie announced following a meeting of the tonight J- Tbe snows ra split Luc llrst" half ending' January "19, the seconil halt .Leaders, at the First half will' meet" leaders ol the sec- ond period'and .TTlnnerB will then jour- ney In search ot the Stanley Cup_> Allies have been rerfsed-.making It perniliEible to kick the puci in centre ICB, section. x No .-'announcement' as lo the com- position ot the teams >-11l he made un- til the 'c'on.plettonrof the Canadian 'It.la especled players -will rc- B'9 British Front .in Belgium, Nov. troops in t ft .Iheir attach on ..the Paaachen- ot .the .Flanders. front, today, reached an ei- trcme depth, or SOO yards, pn a .v yard front. They not only v attained, tbetr' objectives -t- sorae their troops had .even tone beyond Ibem lo the. north along Paaschendaelb. ridge. wll. itep In the right will lead ploni; ol Seatlle Leslef Patrick wllhiuanape the Spokane club. A manager for tbo.Portlnnd team was noi. announced. The following off! or of tho Echo De Parla, "what wlU lo' Ihe 'relationship under th'ls letwcen 'Genernl Wllaon, British menj- her of tha military section who Ijf aub chief of jjcncral staffc Gen. Sir William Robertson; chief oj he Imperial staff armt isirtqmrtcrB. rather'the iers bt the committee wilt be.reaJ chiefs ct staff of their role will merely.' conHultalUv -and consequent! T Inertedlve." Taxi CloMd and HMMd Car for ..'City Calla. of Seallle; Lester Palrlclc of Victoria llaralllon Portlana.V i 'iW J: sL.-V.- I ?______- -MUltf tCRVICI Day i.4' Ottawa, NOT. a. -H- DaTld of Indian Head, Bask., the chief In- spector. of fisheries for tbe prorlpcca of jinS Iho terrllorles north .thereof, has re turned, fo I. Is dlslrlef, after conferrlug wllh'.lhe fisheries officials of Iho rfo department of naval service lo con toeclloa wllh fisheries matlera In his district. For jVPtUwa, Nor. Campbell roton, president of Uie Alberta t (ho .Canadian Fisheries oTi, .has-been In Ottawa, con ;Vlih the fisheries branch o lervlce In connection with of the prcTlnce and par ttoso of Lesier Slave e.tni TOtT nayal tfenafl BHtlsh Ceiirn'bli In jqt lit! Frti s tlf'wrof th in' Idwirds gpcvnlnV b Vlctorr. Bonds, and help finish IL" V.-Y .Victory Bonds pave-Lhe .Keep .Ihe home Ores i-'v- Victory iOur-floldlers fight for Bonds light, for Berlin or Victory Bottds. Got n 10-ccnl, box. iDRiie, head and" doe o with i "trace this.td torpid delayed, ferinenUcg food bowels or Poisonous mailer clogged ,n the In- eallnes instead1 of being cast out of hfti ij-Hlcm la re-kbaorbcd Into ilood. When Uila 'poison reaches tha delicate brain' tissue It causes coniea- .ion and Lhit dull, Ihrohb'lDE. ilCVen- -h' j. inf. neaflftcDti _. CBBcarelf immediately; oletnse Hie stomach, re more, the undigested 'ood and foul take the excess bUfc Irom-the liTer and carrr oiil nil ho ccnsllijtlfl Want maltpr nnil .HI on i (n bov-'cN. A. CajHMret lonlfht will surely you.out by morning. work" while .'you 10-cent box Crook 7OOT dniuUt tnenna your i. .1. Con djlase.of Eczeniji-cdnlrjct- "iticre boy-j-touihl disease hnid.ilftien special- t.lerrlhlc condltlorf: Zfjtdi'.'lt, look Ju3t "raheaao." anil RESPONSE THE HOLDING THEIR ;