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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1fi, 191B THE LETunninoE MAir.r IIHS MAP SHOWS THE IMPORTANCE OF TULGES PASS Tlie Junior W. A. ot St. Cyprian's church will went in tlie parish room at on Friday afli-rliooil. Tlm lailiua of tlm Christian church will sow at the Red Croas rooms to- morrow aflorhuon. The I. O. D. B. will serve tea at the Chinook club tomorrow afternoon from j.30 to C o'clock. Only tho topmost section of Rumania is shown in this man (lower right Imt the section Included Tulgliea Pass (lowest where (ho Rumanians have driven the Invaders buck inlo Hungary. The Unsslans tarred by the mountains from a direct junction with tlm Rumanians, an merlins with success In the Dorna (sect-ill arr.w. via could reaif. trie r-jrso and join the Kuma-mus who are potirm through Tulghes. SNOW IN CARPATHIANS London, Nov. Bucharest dis- patch, forwarded from Rome to tile Wireless Press, says snow. IB falliuf; in the where the cold is intense. In Dobrudja torrential rains liave fallen. STARTED WORK AGAIN AFTER 60 St. Raphael, Oat. -mo I JnU such paina In my liMk that I could not wort. I rtad aHont Olu Ptltn and lent for and ascd tbera, an4 fonsd palm were leavlnj UK Utt Z TU feeling batter. t taku ill ttliil TtOZH tf TWO KILLED IN BAD SMASH MIL ADI .in. and Mrs. K.................... I'lit'-hor Creek, are BimndliiK 11 to- days in the city "I th" Cuiinaught Mansions. The regular monthly mi-uiiiiK of the Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. E.. will be held tonight in S o'clock sharp in the Y. II. C. A. auditorium. At a mooting of Wi'sl'.'y Ladies' Aid it was derided to give 10 per cent, of it was derided to give HI per cent. 01 Mrs. Hufnur's section at tho Wesley tho proceeds of the on Dei-. Ladles'Aid will iiiBeiul G35 17in to tile Returned Soldiers' Fuiid.i llth Street Soul'n. tuiilui'iow after- -..jminiBtOitiu Uic O. noon a', 3 o'clock. s Tiimmitiou. who heen the Miss Grace Lelmnicer of Chicago, who is taking a trip through Western Miss Thompson. who lias h llest ot Hrs McXicliol for a year who is taking a trip through Western jj j' j 'jf today to spomi the Canada in search of Information tor' wintcl. ln 'ihe oast. She will he ar- newspaper and magazine articles, is jirs. iii-Xicliol's mother, in Lethbrhlge today. Mrs Foster." The ladies' society of tiie U. of L. niiymoml Loader: The marriage' is F. and B. will meet tonight at eight alulolim.el] Oi Miss Lillian Workman, o'clock in the Sons of England hall.j daughter o[ Mr and Mrs. John All members arc requested to he pres- to Mr. Franklin Rich, sou ent. Mrs. A. C. Rich, the event The Daughters of the Empire were In charge of tlie tea room at the Hud- son's Hay yesterday afternoon and Mrs. F. W. Downer was assisted by Mrs. G. R. Tinning. Mrs. R. R. David- sou and Mrs. 1. Virtue. Word has been received by relatives that Lieut. Phil Bawden, who has re- covered from an attack of diphtheria, will remain in England until after I ftU ai well ud itronr 41d at of 30. X an ftrMfr, BOW 61 yoars old. Frank Lealand. All drDfgists IIU Ola Fills, at fiOe. a box, or 6 boiefl for 12.50. Sample if yon to JUT10HAL DBDG OjrEMICAIi CO. OF OAXADA. LliaTED Xazonu, Out. 6Q Minneapolis, Nov .15. men were killed, one of them instantly, when the Great Northern freight No. 418, ls ui uuimiiouu. MO... plowed into the attach- colonel of the 6th brigade, ed to the Great Northern fast freight No. -102 in Minneapolis, early today. SOO BUYS CARS Minneapolis, Nov. Minne- apolis, St. Paul Sault Ste. Marie railway company has placed an order for equipment involving' an expendi- ture of according'to an an nouneement. made here tonight by President Edmund. Pennington. The order Includes 800 boxcars and 200 automobile cars: The new cars will he built on the most modern lines and will be con- structed of v.'ood with steel frame- work, Mr. Penningtou said. Delivery will be made in the spring. Christmas. He has been attached to tho 4th division, of which Gen. Dodds in command. Gen. Dodds was for- merly colonel of the 6th brigade which the 20th battery is a unit. On Thursday, Nov. 9th, the 1-O.O.F. lodge No. 105 of Coalhurst, give a dance in the schoolhouse for the Red Cross and in spite of the blizzard a large crowd was present and two of the schoolrooms were used for the dancing. The proceeds amounted to the splendid sum of 5162.80. Last night at Coalhurst. the Ladies' Aid of St. Matthew's Presbyterian church gave a concert in the church. A short play entitled "The Ladies' Aid of Mo hawk Crossing" was the principal iteir on the enjoyable program. of the proceeds which amounted to' ai most 5100 will be given to; the Red Braid's Best Coffee Served Free at TEEPLE'S GROCERY this week. Come in and try the world's finest coffee. FREE FARMERS PAYING' .BACK THE OOVT. Ottawa, Nov. mately the lent to the western far- mers for the purchase of seed grain two years ago, has been repaid to the government. Payments this year were prac- tically double those of last year, -5 most 5iUU Will OC lu; me Aitu Cross and the other half to the church. Victoria Mansions. of Mr anil Mrs. A. C. Rich, the event o be solemnized on November 28th. At Kno.x church on Tuesday. Nov. 14th Frank Rudisi'l ui Lucky Strike' and Miss Gertrude Jean Roberts were united in marriage, Rev. W. F. Burns ifflciating. At 1210 4th Avenue Smith nil Wed-: liesday afternoon, Mr. Sidney Richard Roberts, ot Prince George. B. C., and Miss Cecilia Rosetta Simmons of, Grand Forks. B. C.. worn united in I marriage. Rev. W. F. Bums officiat- ing. Yesterday afternoon at the home ot the bride's parents. 542 5th Street South the wedding look place of May Vivian, daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. W Gray and Mr. Bortrand Bertrand. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W F Burns in the presence of a few- relatives and friends. The witnesses, were Mrs. J. E. Degnan of Coaldale, and Mr. H. A. Mavity. Mr. and Mrs.. Bertrand left after the ceremony to I spend a short honeymoon in Calgary; and on their return will reside in the E Ottawa. Nov. Sir Sam Hughes this afternoon, in saying farewell to his staff at the militia de- partment, said: "The reason of my retirement does not concern this occa- s D., Nov. sion, sufficient to say that the inter- (or presidential nomination ferences with and conditions imposed i henceforth will have to appear i on the administration of this depart-. Souln Dakota to take part in joint do- lent seem to me a reflection not only l bates or their names can not appear _ ------ic ml- nml T tate if a The REBEKAHS are holding an EXHIBITION SALE of Fancy and Useful Articles On SATURDAY, Nov. 18th at TUe Standard Furniture Co.'s Old Stand FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH HOME COOKING AND CANDY TEA ROOM OPEN AFTERNOON AND 10% of the proceeds will be, given, to "the Red Funds. The remainder to the Oddfellows' Orphans Home in Alberta. This Bazaar Will Be Opened by Mayor Hardie at 3 p.m. on primary ballots in this state, if a primary law enacted last Tuesday 1111- der the initiative remains on the sta- tutes until 1920. Returns received at the capitol to- night indicate that the so-called Ricli- o-n myself, but-on my officers, and I therefore deliberately forced the is- sue. "Let me hope no one of you can feel that I have ever asked you to do any- thing that was not the soul of honor.; muiwttic umi. t..c We have but one success: ards primary law was adopted by of our great to you, lad- 'safe majority. ies and gentlemen, I wish publicly to The law divided eacli of the part-i acknowledge the deep debt owed for (es into "majority" and "minbrity j your splendid share in its success." I factions retiuiriag that each faction Gen'pizet deputv minister, express-! otter a complete set of candidates mi ed the regret of the staff because the' the biennial primaries. Candidates for, nomjnatj0n for president and governor; must challenge ono another to joint debate Failure to accept a challenge automatically strikes the name of the delinquent from the ballot. County, "proposal men" from eacb faction otj each party will meet in January-of each election, year to propose candi-j dates, official mottoes and construct partv platforms. The result of their work is then submitted to the voter of the primary ballot. This is the third time the law has been approved by direct vote. It was! adopted under the initiative in 1912 and a substitute was rejected in the minister had chosen to sever his con- nection with the department. "It is almost impossible to get milk In the said D. P. Carlyle. We have to buy milk; in competi- tion with other towns and consequent ly pay more than they do for it. There Is a great scarcity of the product. We D Q llacdmnell, barrister, who North Trading Co. WEEK END SPECIALS 20 lb. Sack of B. C. SugaH-and one tin of Wetton's Sodas for 20 lb. Sick of B. C. Sugar and one large tin tomatoes.. Tapioca and Sago. Extra spscial, per pound................ 10c Cranberries, 2 Iba..........25c Rolled patt 8 lb. oag 40o Robin Hood and Quaker Oats, .per pkg................ 25c Corn, and Beans, 2 tins 25c moons. Thil ia an. extra fancy marahmallbw with jelly top and cocpanut finish. Per pound Corn Syrup, 5 lb. tins......40c Rogers' Syrup, 5 Ibs........45c St. Charles Milk, 9 tins for Pears, per dozen 30c Oranges, 35c New Currants, 2 pkss. for 35c New Raisins, seeded and seed- less. Per pkg............ 1Bc DRY GOODS Black Saxony Wool, skein 25c Ladles' Black Hose, silk ankle, per pair................. 40c White Flannelette, 2 yards 35c COFFEE FREE DEMONSTRATION OF BRAID'S TEA AND MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. PLEASE NOTE: SUOAR DELIVERED ONLY WITH OTHER GROCERIES. V v SURINA 4 SON, is a great scarcity 01 uiu jj Aiactionneii, are paying tic now to the fanners and at Vancouver, was formerly M. we estimate that it costs 5c more to p for Glengarry. ________________11 handle, pasteurize, and deliver to con- k GOOD BREAD UitllUlC, sumers. Our labor is more costly than it ever was. The farmers are simply not producing the supply, and we have two men out scouring the country for milk. This with the other reasons naturally arising from present condi- tions, are responsible for the increase. Lothbridgo citizens have been very fortunate. Medicine Hat citizens have been paying iaV4' cents for milk' for some time." This is the way, Mr. Caf- lyle piits .it. There has probably been more feel- ing in the city over the rise in the milk price than in any ity. Other dairies in the city, which do not pasteurize the milk, are also charging 12% cents, and the public is somewhat at a loss to understand why the increase has been made.-; NEW HIGH RECORD J. E. Poole, of the Live Stock World, Chicago, writes lows: 4> A. B. Cimtf eonsiintMnt vt 4 Alberta ctttle told todw 4 (10.65 per cwt, new record 4 for branded griK i Most Healthful Food Known; AHo Cheapest No other food combines the quali- ties so necessary to nourish the body. t contains far mure nourishment and strength than the same auantity of meat anr the relative cost is five times less. Mid this is a vital fact which the housewife should heed carefully bread can possibly be better thari the flour tlif.t made it. Good flour should be milled from only the finest, choicest wheat, should be spot [essly clean and pure. Nom atter how cheap any inferior flour may be, it is false economy, to purchase and bako bread from such flour. It represents a savins of a few cents at the time at the greater expense of tho human sys- tem, sooner or later. In other words, the body is being deliberately cheated out cjf Its demands- Jor proper nourish- ment'. Onereaeon why so many housewives emphatically that their or OrflvlB's Royal House- hold Hour IB always be de- pended upon for producing wholesome, dellclounly-flavored ioavee of full food AdTerttoemeiit. 50 Yards Chiffon Tai't'da inches wide in ivory only. Itenular dj-j nn price Friday and Saturday, yard...