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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBEn 19, 1917 HF.RALR PAGE NINH The Crushed- Coffee Smile Is naturally a broad and' rmdiant one, because he who r, wean it has discovered a fine, rich coffee which has none of that bitter "after taste" so common to ground coffees. That is because the bitter chaff and'dust have all been removed from Red Rote Coffee, which is ground. It is hard to believe that there could be w much difference in coffees until you taste RieiiRpM Coffee. 9 price ms it was three years Red Rose Coffee Victory Is the only road to Peaco and Victory Qonds. Don't buy that Suit till Saturday. JOHN MURRAY GRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL ORDERS PHONE 362 TAKEN BY STORM Berlin, Nov. {Juoro and Monto Cornclle, on lite north- crn llallan fronl, bave. been taken by storm and the Italians navo been driven from Monlo Tombo, the war offlco announc- ed today. The Aristocrat A standard model of perfect lines and conservative type, Each season produced to need for sqmt. thing in men's clothes well cut and made Butnot L. KEEL Come to US tofoliday PLAM -TOUR KQW. OUR 'STOCK OP HOLIDAY PHESBNTS 13 SUT'BRB ANtJ. COMPLETE. '..-WH HAVE :MAWy ffSW, OKlOl.VAIj An'Tlc6B3 AND UN1QUB IN AND, SEE quii'oUTTisniKb 'GIFT Vftim YQC '6.UHJ PlilOBg" Y01J WILL '.HAVD SObvfJD TOUR PHODtBJl'ANI) WILL BUY TOUR PRESENTS AT OUH STOHD, WE HAKE "QUALITY" RJOHT; Ar mstrong Raworth Ith Mrs. lernoou at .3 i I uuk'h jje" The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. and In .D.E. ara Invited lo alteud a lecluro during I _ .ven by Mrs..I.ouiiO McKInnoy.M.L.A. Al the close in, tho T.M.C.A. Wednesday at 4 p.ni. chle Has j crliusor. and The rollowlmj program will'lie a by the Korlnlghlly club In the Con-' MIL ADI --PHQNE Tie Wesloy Prolheoo will The Music depart: :t Of tne suth- 5et at Miss Dateuian's.Jll 6th Ave. esls'club will at eight morrow I o'clock al tie sioltze. The History and Current Events Tbo Ilebrtih ln lllc ecllon of Ihe Sfalhesfs club will meet waB KllCUIe eil ill, Bliaaf- W 111 illy rtancc present er ailili ;Thc ervotory of Music lonlght at A 10 will bo charged lo non members: lano solo, Boinance (La 'MM. fh H. Canning; .vocal solo, sl.'Mr. Coombs; violin solo. Cava- na Ulshcp; dramatic Miss Honeysetli: PI- no solo, Rustle. olSprine al solo. Awake. (Pe- lhe b hive -been for this ovoa abundance i play of work try and luelr i Irs. voca Miss Nielson; Unuulto on.' >no_Eolo. Miss Peter- WAR TUESDAY Potato Cakes, Drown Ullk Gravy, Bread, Oleomargarine, Tea Coffee. _ Dinner-Baked Haddock. Uaked Po- 5lsted b? Mts- J'icblcrl Beets. Coddled Apples, Mra- Those la _dr [aucy work tables McCallum.'Haxwel they were assisted'by' son, Scbullz, Ham, While, Morris, Spilth, den, ScoLl and Vi The home-cooking [charge of Jlra.-C. 'A. .sized the women's crisis, j Mrs. Kit-1 rduijiiet of I by 111-; ug. or' tUel Tlit Jtttjekali la-! Jklng, in prepara- dncc May and liial.iy ihc tJuir ftjdus- cause ihi3 it coiniiiutee ot .ql .Mrs. Hoae- and Max- 'ol the lour i: MbEdaines pen. Swan and isdtmics Dlek- id, Graham, Mor- .nclair. was ill ,chern, zi- LQriy boulh Oatmeal Wafers. Supper Creamed and Cheese, Corn Gems, Stowed Fits, Tea. Tha recipe, for Brown Milk (iravy, mentioned above, Is as follows: Drown Milk skim milk liy Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. Rosewarn bad cha: room, assisted1 by Mrs.. McKenzi aid, Miss Jayncs and Miss dames Skinner and Grai chargo of tile ices and Mrs. cups, -1 level tablespoons flour, -I poured tea; In the evenl evol tablespoons buller, oloo or sweet i Jng-took placo tor the In ripping. Melt the lai. add tho flour pillow, crochet .tray and ind nllow to but.not burn.- conlesL Miss M on with black pepper and salt. Add charmingly dreescd as a Kri he milk and 'cook until smooth. (If on, danced Jn a delightful n make lils onco correctly, you! told fortunes. The winners l] wlil make It will bo announced lalcr. of the (en LSOU, Jlra Don .mro. Mcs were In A. Smltli d ra w lalntec OoU very mald- and WATCH OUR WINDOWS 'it will be ah education lo you in value giving as well as being a medium by which you can keep in touch with all the creations. Not only will they he a mirror reflecting New York and all the fashion eerilresfbul they will be oi benefit lo you in supplying your every day needs. And goods are r.ot there merely for are there to SELL, and we willingly take any article out of them for that purpose. Men's Dongola House Slippers Opera stylo ivlth patent facings. Wide MUlne, Sizes C lo 10. Tuesday only, pair....... MEN'S HEAVY LEATHER WORK BOOTS. With and pegged Eolo flnJ heavy heels. Slzea D to 10. Thla ylioc Is suit'and pliable and will stand plenty of Lard wear. Tuesday only............... LADIES' GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS. Wllh Cuban heels. A veiy serviceable shoe for everyday wear- All sizes. Tuesday only, pair CHILDREN'S WOOL ONE STRAP SLIPPERS. Very cosy for round the house. Sizes 3 to 0. Pair Sizes 7 lo ]0. Pair 1.49 4.49 4.89 Sizes 11 to I. 85c 1.00 1.25 KIDINE. For cleaning those white Ehocs ot yours and -your while gloves. Small sfzo bottle 35c. Large Elze bottle___ sbc BUY VICTORY BONDS Victory Bonds pave the way to. Vic- tory Bonds, These items are a fore-Tim- ner of a Special Announce- ment to be made in Tues- day's Herald. WATCH FOR IT, IT WILL. REPAY YOU. TABLE RUNNERS. ]Sia4 Inches. Hand jr.Eje Irish Cluny i-ico with pure linun tenlrcs. Each.................... PURE LINEN CENTRES or CARV- ERS with Cluny lace edging and let In, with drawn work borders. Unit. fn More New Arrivab in Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. A NEW LINE OF HOUSE DRESS- ES In chambray la pink, blue, and green. One of do new Blralght Helled, with vlilte muslin collar end cuffs. Sizes to Special NEW LOT OF NURSES APRONS.. Just the thins needed. Largu enough to cover your dress aud nlth extra large bib. Special LADIES' WORK OVERALLS, lllooiucr styie wllh tight knee. The latest liiflg for the kitchen. Colors brown and blue elrlped prtnL Special CHILDREN'S OVERALLS. In blue cbambray. 2 to 5 years. TIT- Special 3C 2.75 1.25 9 6.I ie rat- I.O.D.E. On Big Campaigi To Popularize Victory LOJ Realizing Ihe Imporlance ot tlie Vic- .ory loan campaign tiie ladles The', two chapters will secure ori of the! for -.publicity to appear in the llc; Alexander Gall Chaplcr and Iho'; on a These on Major Jack ROBS Chapter of the I.O.D.' BTO going to cooperate to niafce it succeis In the Lctnbridge dist'rlct. ft lialions will receive' a percentage the returns from buying uoai s fell (hat n vigorous educational cam-j assisting In liietf natrlollc work should be'conducted along with j whatever purpose they decide .upon, lie CSQTB-5 aed the allhoujti Tie -city.. Is du crowded wliU olher sUrt-; trlcU-sq !that will be no; Ing-out tomorrow lo secure orders for lapping in-.lhe.'canras. adverlislng from business .-honseB, .The ladles, are leipecllng generous banks, urofeBBional men, ranchers and inn'poriilnce the'two-told purpose of others who will take parl in a move: promoting the sale oC'rvlctary-bonds -J cecessary anil be accomplish- ment lo tell why victory bonds should jand.assuming .Iheir; own necessary and M pnrchaddd 'and to urgs thai every. A Few More Christinas Sug- gestion i.From Our Toy Department. Already vo have given bounil- less ilcllght to crowds ct little lols who have Ihronged thta section. Urlng yours If you hp.ve not already done BO, and those of you who have, bring them again. ,Ure have numer- ous new novelties just unpacked. A few o( which arc llcmlzcd below: FOR THE C1TTLE CIBL. Dolls from 25c upj Doll Carriages from up. Kitchen Sets, Baking Sets; Pianos, Wathing Sets, Toy Sets, 'Etc.' ;F.OR THE BOYS. Autos, Mechanical' Submarine -numerpua other ryial'toyE I'd ,'lntereri and atnuie'.the budding HATS. 1ZH24. Mad6 from 'ends of carpets. Serged and one buy ono or more boudt. I'ed Viti' the (Continued from page.five.) South Charles I, Heard, Ibitonlil; D.'A. Carry, Litor. South L. Bikeri Uoloulit; W. F. Indepcndenl ConeerVft- live; John GitbrslLli, Independent; Jatnes T. Dunn, Lcbor. Easl Untin- 1st; Major J. R. Cockbura, Win-tlie- R. Harrison, North Hay, Independent Labor'; Ed monrl Anlhony- Laplerre, Sudbury, Laurlcr-Liberjl. F. Cockshutl, ConaervHllvo Union; J. Dowlby, Independent I-a'urler Lib oral; M. M. MacHrlde, -Inde'pendent Labor pirty Unionist. B. Independent; 1. W.-Plewes, UnlpnlEL Cronyn, 'Uhlonisl; S. QlbbonSiiLaurler-Llberal. vNoTlk lioran Liiirier-Llberal; Col. Harry Cobksuntt iservallvc John :Harold Liberal Unionist. VNorli Dolton Morphy, Unlonitti.Dr. Ronkin, Laurler-Llbcral. 'South Dr.' Michael Steele, Unionist; Win. Forrester, Laurler Lib: eraL..- South Hugh O.' .Liberal. Unionist; IjOrne' Socialist Slnrmptl nnd Me.- Liberal Wln-the-Wsr, acclam> Fifth.MfttH special MATS. 15130. AS ob'or.e eoc 75c 30i30 Inches. O fn Each................... O.DU HEMSTITCHED LUNCH CLOTHS. Salln Damask with hemstitched edge. Dice pattern. 32i32. A "7 r preat bargain al, each DC 3ATIN DAMASK LUNCH CLOTHS Floral centres wlUi otie Inch hemslltcUeJ .borders. 1 9 C ipcclal, at each l.Jt) HAND DRAWN LUNCH CLOTHS AND RUNNERS of heavy quality near linen. Lunch cloths, 30x30, nnu Hunncrs, ISxai. Marvelous r A value at, u SATIN DAMASK BREAKFAST CLOTHS. Conventional designs will] scroll, drawn .work, borders, GG inches by GS inches. o nr Each.................... HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Sec this lino Damask Top Cloths. 51x51. Hemmed ready for use. floral designs.' -7C Eacli'.................... l.lD SATIN DAMASK CLOTHS. Spot cenlre willi conventional floral borders. Hemstitched for use. Special, eacli HANDSOME RENAISSANCE TABLE CENTRES. (Round) 2Jl21. Hannworser pure linen cenlre. A renl.bargain. Each -r. HAND''MADE' 'CLUNY. LACE iCENTRES' (Round) vvlUi pure" linen centres'and band embroidered-cut 20x20. n Op Each LtLd HAND MADE IRISH CLUNY LACE CENTRE PIECES (RouiidJ. Pure linen centres, S3i2S. c fin; 'Each Boys' All Wool Knitted Jersey Suits Heavy ribbed In colors navy, while, sasc aud maroon. Sizes 2 to 0 years. Regular to 0 OQ Special JttiS ,1.75J 90c BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED WOOL TOQUES. In colors white, brown 'and maroon. Priced al, each MEN'S HEAVY. WORK SUSPEND- ERS. Police brand, wild heavy'leaiher ends. Special A FINE RANGE OF MEN'S WINT- ER CAPS. In and all wool. lined wltb :fiir and wool AA fleece. 1'rlced 'up from 1 .MEN'S HORSEHIDE LINED MITTS. JIade wilh knitted wrlsls. .Special Dominion Corn Flakes, per pkt 1oe Good Health Food, 2 for 2Sc Van Camp'K Spaghetti, fmall tins ISc Nabob Baking Powder, 1lb. tins. Special 19c Rogers' Golden Syrup, quart teal- era 43c Arrowroot Biscuits, per Ib...'.'. 30c Patercon't'Camp Coffee, bottle 27c Pure Gold ;lelnfl, per :pkt. 14c Tuxedo Brand Coffee, V Ib tin 45c Round Toilet Paper, S roll! Tor 25c Gem for-...----'.'...... 2Sc Dlmboola Cut Peel, pkt. 34c APPLES ca-ne....... 'No. 2, case J1.M STORE CLOSES t.DO P.M. "PAPE'S DIAf tFSlN" IS OUICKE3T, STOMACH RELIEF KNOWN-TRY ITI..... Time 111 Pipt'i Dlicepiln will dl- (Mt niythlnf you til in4 ortrcomb or oul-of-brdir itomic.li wilhln five mlnntei. It rovr don't III comforliblj, ,er whtt you ut HM lump ol yovr itomKh. or U.you to dwt mm Tour fifty tnt ot fiff't Dlkpepiln und don jail ti ftoon 11 yoHi cin. 'will ne no war rln'aw, no Sxlelilnf al nndlceiM rood alted with1- arid, no iloiBACb.Kas or In stomich, mir. in, tflzilnMi .or Intwtlotl irtplruj: Tnli will bttUei, Inert will 'M ao tour ifood left over hi itpmich to poUea. for order It atlon.- loniat Conservative; Frcit H. Honey- well, Liberal TVhi-lhb-War; Bower Henry, firmer. Independent. ,i South B. Pedlow, Llb- erk'l; -Gol.lLiiwr.riee Martin, Unionist. Js'esWU, Ull- ioiiist; Donaln Sutherland, Unionlat. Mc.Cormkk, lndc: pendent Liberal Unionist; Gorton Wal- dron, Laurler Liberal. A. Clark, Co'niefvallvc-Unlonlsl; H. M. Hazel- Unionist Liberal; Junes Mctir- InprLaurler Liberal. Wallace, Coiiserva- D. Donlon, Liberal. r4orth A. Un- ionist; JfacKcnzIo King, Liurler Lib cral. B. B. .Nichol- son; Unionist; Laurence Jf.- O'Connor, Liberfll. ;i. ..'Forl Arthur and IT. Keftfer, Unlontsl; Dunbarj Labor. H, K.' Andenoii, Union p Grcgoryr independent Lfo- eral.''- B. Conierva- live-Unionist; W. M. Qennib', ,Lib eral-Unionist; Jamci A. HJihea, U- bor, Parry Arthur, Con- Unlonlsl; Norman Shock- ern, Liberal Conicrlpllonlsl: Norlh S, Mlddlebro, Con Unionist; Dr. "A. L. Banard, LlDermlllnlonW. SAiith J. Ball, Unionist; W, Llbcril .Unlonisl. North EsMi-Col. CE.'- Uolbnlsti W. C. Kenncdr, Brorwn, Liberal; Col. H. F- Unionlsl. St. Wlgmore tild S.-B.-Mjlh. Unionists; Dr. W. P. Broderlckj-a'ffli Dr. A. A. Emery, Lib- erals. j TioyaiTTBrii.f.Gen. II. H. McLean, sharp, Lauricr l.lb- crnl; Dr. tpproaclilne within one hundred yards of-water .ter- nlnals or.'storage-houses'and 'ire'for- ildden to entcrl-or reside In'lae'dia- ;rlcl of Columbia. 'V i cral bold of jour 'dliTMti II' U It your RtlUf hi Kn Btnntei ill itoii' lor nttr- up it funlly frrt'fVoa 'l Soulh Robert. Llb Brlen, Llb- Scott, Union lit; Liberal; Tbom iiHafl, AfchlUld Drtlrt tortw. Eut J. Hi ttMnlnt, Fort ua A. B, Corf, Utanl; Unionist-Lib- Carlclon F. B: Car- vell. er; kenl noubideaui, Un- onlsl; A. T. Lifore, NorlhumbeflaisX-w S. Logic, Un- John .ypftissy, Liberal. Slewnrl, Union- ist; P.' ji'benl. Degrace, Union. 1st; O.'Turgc'on; Liberal. CharloUe-TVA. If-rt, Unionlsl; W. Toad, ,.IUlifal-Hrp..A.'.K. SlacLea P. Martin, tl Llncral; Jlall Cuniberlani flonist LlDOra Your money li yiclory Bonds. Our Soldiers llfht for Bonds flg'nt-for them. Htnlt County) L.-H.V Cajie.Brclon -a. W.'lCyle erals; J. Ur.lonfifs; rtoberf Labor. D. McKer.zfu, Lib ntl Thomas live- Yarmoulh-Clar us get back to common- sense natural food A CENTURY ago a wealthy hddlst InVotcV] his friends to "white dinner." ____ _ time whole-grain bread had erer bieu Vujedibefore, b miller solved 1 flie dark-colored flout1 eTerythlng buttiw -white starchy 30 tiut.the bread too, the idea of white foods' f ad uid tbe dire spjiad '-'Dr. Blackadder, IBOOT; 'liberal Labor. Conscript n.' Edgar NclsOn R. ConBerr'allvo; fal nihrtfr diet. imrM TAD'.'! umry W.Rotui b B. Tremalne, Con- 'Liberal. Richmond ,W. A.' 'Carroll, Llb- nd Jcrbn A, bcrrici of e flu hu nB by tttd toon, and John McCor- HI. rf jrimU fadanrioa. ntn 700 I-J Am with 2-J OMl Ho H.' Liberal. Ce.ms fruit ROCM Secley Wtatbetkn. Kou'lttil vwfc to NOT. to' to, Intel lodaf .in ;