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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMDER'17. 1917___________ Canadians Must Realize That The Food Situation is Serious PAGE Ottawa, Nov. the head- ing "Tho Need of Ilio (ortli- coming Issue of Canadls.ii Food lluUolln, which la nubllaheil under the autborlly of the food controller. Bays: "Figures uiado public by Mr. Ice Lous, minister lor general reilct- uslllog of Prance, la a recent sUle- meat, wilt aslonlah many ol the people of Cauada who do not yet reallie bow grave- Uio food situation re-ally Is. Mr. Long staled (bat the 1917 wheat crop of France was only hundred- weights, a compared with S7.S30.000 hunilreuVii-clshts In 1913, hundredweights In 1914, hundredweights In 1915, and hundroilwrclghls In 1910. Tho enlire cf Franco this year ol eereata, potatoes and bee root we.3 only hundred- weight ns againsl a production In. 1913 ot 358.000.000 hundredweight Wilh the moat "rigorous rationing will reciulru for Its consumption during Ibo coming year U161 hundredweight ot cereals Thg-people ofrTanco have dono al! lilt they can do to produce foo-J thb men uavo been flEbting tha vomon bat 6 uetn working in the Holds. France must be fed. and ihc peoplo ot Canada and -tho United Slates must provide Ihe food unless tho whole allied cause Is to bo en- dangered, for there Is no other ac- cessible aourco ot supply." French People Will Not Have Any Patience With Failure, Say Papers Paris, Nov. Clemenceau ministry on Hie whole Is received fav- orably by tho press, but Lbo editors nre all careful to mate It clear that much 19 expected from luo uew prem- ier and that failure to produce results will meet with little Indulgence. M. Clcmceau [9 welcomed because 11 Is bellovcd be vlll deal out exemplary justice to enemies at borne without consideration as to who Is affected, anil also will Inject new vigor Into the conduct of tho war. "These considerations, In which In- attnct bag as much of. a part as rea- Eoni have Irresistibly borne M. Clem- to says the KlRaro. "We Jo not ask for speeches or fine sbaJIns of thought, but for propulsive acllou and real Justice." Tills quotation represents tho com- ment of all the newspapers In Farle and provinces with Hie exception of luo Socialist organs, which aro merciless la their criticism of the- pre- mier. M. Renaudel, editor of Humanlte, asts vrbether M. Cleineneeau will live lip to "all wa know of him." "That la tho question and tfao stake Is the salvation of the ho "F.ventB will allow wheth- er It was right to call M. Clemenceau to or whether It would have boon right to try to keep him out." The Arl Needla Wort Class will mcot wild Mra. Livingston north of the tracks, on Mondiy afternoon. A general meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at tbe borne of Mrs. Ccas. McKL'lop. El. Mary's W. A. will hold their an- nual sale of work and concert In the Parish hull on Wednesday, Nov. 21m. Tho sale will be opened si J o'clock by Mrj. II. Harmon. Concert will start at 8.15. BUCHANAN Plncher Creek EcUo: "A very pretty wedding took place al St. Stephen's church last Wednesday afternoon, when Mary Irene, youngest daughter ol Mr. and Mrs- 0. W. Buchanan, Cal- gary, became the bride ot Mr. Avon McKelvey- The bride, who un LAURIER CANDIDATE Princo Albert, Nov. ta ap- parently only a small'allcndanco ot Laurler Liberals from northern Sas- kalcheu-an districts hero for Uio con- vention this afternoon. Local support- era of IrBuricr, however, are definite In Ihe. assurances lhat a-Laurler man will bo nominated to oppoie Andrew Knox in L'ne constituency. Our dollar bills will heal Kaiser Dill Victory Bonds. This ;bulk; tea. is the best J could buy at-the price; Mrs. but'I believe '.youVwiil like Red 'Rose Setter. Red Rose at like the rich flavor. My wife' goes A Hundreds of grocers are making statements somewhat like this. They have iold Red Rose Tea for many and hove found lie quality so good that they uie it in their homes. Most groctrs naturally like to make an extra profit on their bulk tea, but they cannot help recom- mending Red Rose Tea became they, luiow. worth the price. -V -v ''At They know, it further because 'it chiefly of the teas from Assam in .the fa itrongat, richest teas grown anywhere in the' Red Rose taitcs better and goes further. Kept Good by the Sealed Package T. H. Co., Limited ,_ Red Rote Coffee at generously good tu Red ROM Tea 5lra. P. L-: Nilsir.Hn uf Calgary who] has been ipendlw; j luw days in ihc city Iq 'returning to I.H- bomo today. The openlnf of DJB Fortnightly Musical r'.jlj will be Jielil la Ihe Couservilory ut Musk neiti Monday evening al i iji. Thn an-1 nounceiDBDt of the will aji- pear In Iha next Isuu. Tie-attention ol Hie IvJies of Leth- brldge.Is.asked lo [Lc- sale of laccy work and borne coo'iini; by the Art Needle Work, Class, iu LB held Fri- day. Nov. 23rd, at Ihe hume of Mrs. Duullon, 651 6lb St. south. Tha Bale will commence at 3 o'clu-.-k aud the prurec-ds will be given to Hie Hcd Cross. Mrs. T. W- Fox welcomed a large number of, callers yesleriluy jifiernoon when Ebe'recelved t r TVT (CecUn. A Photo Makes a Most Accept- jtt Man graai work and _____ ttylet at Allison Portrait Studio MLOCK lolthy In every otbrt'- annoyed with a persistent baniine-on hronchlal couch Tear alter yetr. .flis-: tnrMnx their tfep irid It's M an old honc-niado remedy that will euch a couelt mlly aod nuickly. Get Iron any dniaist "S14 ouocrt. et Pinej" IM It Into a 1641. bottle >nd till the bottlt with pitta granulated tuffar( fyrup. Begin Ukinjr it at Gradually bni eiirely .you will notice tfcc thin out and then dlunprar allofEcthtr, ending a cough that you thought wonld' end, 7t promptly a diy or tliht coatfr, ilops.tho 4ronblnonie throat tickle, eootncs tbo irrluicd rnpmbraneB.Jhat 'liiie'-' the throat and bronchial tnbta, and Ttlitf- cvmct almost lamcdiatelf, A me will usually hrert up an ordinary .taroat ehestfOlo, and for LroBchltis. frcup, whooplnr and broacbiar althma U Botliiitie W. E. Knowles Withdraws in Favor of J. A. Maharg at Shannavon Convention Moose Jaw, Nov. Maple Creek federal seat was place In Ihe Conservative colifran by th unionists thh did not meet the vlaw of. the people of-jthe cdhstltBchcy bu ;th.e. electors a Iwo cpnyenllopa ib 9hlQnarp'n on 131 Inslsl of e impies "of unionismfyet'ahown In th province. The Liberals of Ihe rldln in convention at Shaunnvnn o Tuptjay and weiit or' record as tayo'r ot nomlna-llng a conacrlpllonls The 'convfehtlbh' by reaolullon, "dictation by any grou of outaide polllIctaTls 'al to'the namln of s candidate tor the constltnenc or the complexion ot candidate, tellevlng that such.natler are tha undoubted of U v; Two unnies were placed before th cdnrantlon. B., Knowlcs of Moo Jaw and J. A. MaSarg. 11 becanie ap- parent that the delegates could nol uiiKo tin Mr. Knojrlcs) bat could'flo io nnd Uiercfore Mr. Knowles iwlthdrew and the nomlnxlloe o( Mr. Mahnrg as cooscrlplloolst Lib- eral .was unanlmova. 1 tlig union converlllon mt then IieM on liiureday and tils decision .wng quickly to, tender the apmlnk conveirtlon'i to Mr. Hanarg. On Air. etl Shaunav'oh and after the position bad been explained (o him ho accepted lie nomination. L_______________ ___ of ptople cycrr ynr.for taroti i wiu rouHs. rrlthTll coijYlnC4 us lhal his appic- hcnsio'iiB arc groundless. There ue noD6 left for future selling. Ilere'lhej- SHEPHERD CHECK DRESS GOODS. 42 Inches wldo. ijc only, yard.........i) D C VELVETEEN. 22 indies wide. Heg- ular 75c yard. Colors navy, Baxc, purple, maroon, grey and bronn. Monday only, yd. JuC TAFFETA SILK. 3C Inches .wide. Hegnlar J2.0D yard. Colors navy, saxe, brown and green. -i nQ Monday only, yard LADIES' HEAVY COTTON HOSE. Medium and out size in black oniy. Monday'6 lirlce, 5 pairs -i nn for l.UU Men's Gunmetal Blucher Boots. With the "Acme" compound solo OQtl rubber heels ]ji E filling. A very comfortable auil Berviceablo Ehoe to moct all requirements. Al! sizes. Priced al C pair D.UU BOX CALT BLUCHEB BOOTS. Lcatiier.lined throughout. fitting.. Square toe, with a medium heavy sewn and pegged sole, A splendid all purpose shoe. SUes C lo 10. Priced at J r-ft pair 4.50 CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS. In red tell with rt picture of Busier tlrowu nnd Tlge putntcd on the toe. ilcav ily padded- soles'. Very light anO warm. Slies 13, 13'i acfl 1 -i nn only. Pair..............; i.UU CHILDREN'S SMOKED ELK BLUCHER BOOTS. Wide littlng These shoes rare light In weleht yei possess splendid wearing qual ilics. Sizes Prices 5 ft.-. Sizes S lo Itflfc. Priced o OC J.ib Sizes 11 to 2. Priced O Trt ..'-...................V J.OU VICTORY BONDS SJ Whatever your earn- ings, save Buy Victory Bonds. Beautiful In Ihe deep rich '-Ara.b Kotiielhing that will ilunder' well. Regular 45c and 50c 2 BOLTB ONLY, CRETONNE. Just (lie- for covering Or side drain's tor windows. A special, yd. t 11C PLAIN GREEN OPAQUE WIND OW SHADES.'25l72. wllb brackets yQd ring' pull. llouday special D3C Another line of Window Shades Is an oil puiutoU cloth uiouutcO on u guaranteed llartahoru roller, nn -Monday spcclar Just lo throw a lilile Hglit on the Special Monday Snaps we ofter 50 Watt Tungsltn Lights on Monday duly at 5 for Our Grocery Bulletin Corn on Cob, in flatten cans, per can........................ 59c Ripe Olives, Cajon brand, 1m 29c Gold Bar Ptaches, Prunes, per Ib.......'....... IBc Sultana Raisins, ptr Ib......25c Mixed TJulB, per Ib, ...J..... 25c Clark's Devilled Meats, 3, 25c Clark's Soups, per tin ___'.. 15c Queen Olives in gallon gallon. Home's Custard Powder, large .Una '20c Sanl Flush, per tin ...........23c Chloride of Lime, per 15c Bull Dog Cleanser, 2 tins for 15c Corn Scrubs, Urge 25c Tuxedo Baking Powder. Ib tin ssc Crlsco, 3 Ib, 97c Robertson's Tangerine Marmalade ..1 (b. 35c These Prices in Our Mea'i department Should Pleue You. BEING SPECIAL REDUCTIONS FOR MONDAY ONLY. MEN'S SCOTCH WOOL GLOVES. ior tloiue fasteners or straight, rib'joj As- 17 sorted colors. 1'rlceil at I DC BOYS' WOOL GLOVEO. e.. All BOYS1 MOCHA .LINED Kinc wool' lining. pirrajj special MEN'S HATS: llrokc-n Uu'ei odd sizes. These cloared oil' Monday. Hc-gular to f3. -i Slieclal Monday price..... The Separate Skirt is as Much in Favor as Ever. In fact, ll Is one ol Ihe garments ilial Is with us to stay. Fashions come and fashions BO; but, women arc- "loo 'u-lsb lo iol ihe" separale rl go, 1L Jj far too useful, R His In too nicely wllh so many needs. For instance, ivltli a handsome too coat, one wears a good look- In e skirt and has for It u number of changes In blouses and U seems tike a number of costumes, really. Or one wears it. Jn the 'warmer days, a dainty blouse and no coat ancj feels remartably Well dressed loo. We have al pres- ent Iho most varied range we have i over carried. Come and Inspect them. Price? Range from to 5Z125 Have you seen the display of Dress in ,our Window? It Is an (rfucnUon tits', .laical N'ft'ft'..YcrK it: conveys but a falnl- ol the' many dainty novelties to be seen: in 'our Ready-to-Wear Depl. You1 really sli ould not miss these. Prices or iwv' t9........-...... A Number-of Sample Tami and Caps for Children have Juit arrived. They are mostly or velvet arid no two are alike. Prices n r A STOUE OP 6.30 A.M. CLOSES f, 4 INCREASED COST LIVING v OUawa, NOT. in- "crea's'e in the average cosL oC a lamlly staple foods, 'owing In.tjie.higher prices for uiealr PEgs and dairy protlucls v Is shovrn In a monthly report ot 't ol labor.. Al the, e. list, Ihirty Jobds'cosl 5H.S1 as pti-Ed In Septeini ''t. J9.30 In October last, In October, 19U, 'ivnoloMlD prices the menial Indei. number declined r v 'sllghlly'ih' pclbbcr owing to prlc'eayoK 'fruits, fegetfX- ablea, metals and though JJsu and dairy 'Were upward. Icn, nrresled "two numtlis the charge of having commuted' a helni- oiis offence against a'young girl, was brought before Judge SmyLhe in the district court and aenlenceil to four years In tiio penitentiary with lea lashes. Ihb'. 1Kb firat -yeai .thla afternoon record-HS con- BfilOtilst methods Infringing ibout the nomination, of Qrei do In. ,'tht Vlptorjr. ponii ROSS CHAPTER, I; Oj -i-. November 24 FROM iz P.M., IN WESLEY HAII Fancy Work Stalls, Candy Booths, Ranlry Table, Ready Dressed Dolls. Stalls, Lucky Dipping Tub Tea, will be .seryetj. PROCEEDS CHAPTEB'S.PATBIOTIC WORK YQllCANOOBEmR- -'HfryNfCCVA WILSON faster J, i fiillEspicr of Brooklyn, New fork in the Orpheom Theatre last Son on the ''After the j.j lUi "lo address nnoluer audience in hecn madc.ns follows: OF ENSLAND HALL, TENTH. STREET 19, at Bible SfrAato -f-.nt 1 ff, larHM to tse Scripture If; V ;