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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVRMRKU 21, 1910 THR DAILY HE1ULO HORSE BUTCHERS PROSPER Twenty Shops in Lonuon do a Thriv- ing Business Prior to the war Uioro was not a iiBlo shop in London, Knfi., where wan Bold for human con- sumption. A horse-butcher, who Htarted business hi Hoho. the centre tho Franco-Italian six yeiirs .aso fniind to obtain customers. Today, owing to the groat Influx of Helglan refugees, and tho high prices, there are over twenty borne- butchers, till doing a thriving trade, ......tdlnp five who arc located in the tiouUi-west dlalrlct of London, which abuts on arititocratic Kensington. One of the probable effects of the war and the high price of beef and niultou will bo that the London poor will acquire a taste for prime euta of horseflesh at 7d. (14 cents) :t In., ugainst bynf mutton at 1 shil- ling Od. (about Dr. Percivnl Lowell, astronomer, j who asserted his belief that Marsi Gliosts thai had long haunted a was inhabited, died at West Virginia house were n dozen Ariz., where he had established snakes that had taken posaes- observatory. Edmonton, Nov. A. L. Campbell, Dr. J. BoulanQer Dr. J. J. McDonnell were this mornrnji fined and costs In the police court for giving pre- scriptions for whiskey, contrary to the liquor act of the province of Alberta, The conviction was secured through an employee of the attorney-general's department. PIIEOUS APPEAL 10 MIOAIDM sion of the attic. Made from pire, cream of tartar Makes home baking easy. Nothing can equal it for making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot- breads, mumns, cake and pastry. Protects the food from alum. The difference in healthfulness of biscuits or cake made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder as compared with cheap alum powders should warrant its use in every home. Governor Responsible for Edith Cavill's Murder is Causing The Deportations Washington, Nov. H. Car- ton dc Wlart, Belgian minister of Justice, has sent frorrt Havre the following cablegram to Miss Mary Patten, of this city, regarding the deportation of Belgians to Ger- many. It was received today. "News from Belgium describes the situation as horrible. Over men are already deported for military work amid awful scenes. The number proposed is Stop it, please, get influ- ential friends, start a strong cam- paign of opinion which might pos- sibly prevent the extension of the slave trade. I implore your help in the name of humanity and the honor of mankind." Confirms Statement London, Nov. in the house of commons today Lord Robert Cecil, war trade minister, confirmed statement whi.'.h had been made the saem the floor that Belgian men had ---PHONE 1224 Or, Harratt of Winnipeg, is visiting following: Nelson fw loan of his daughter, Mrs. C. T. Wood. Mrs. D. N. McLean of Kdmontpn, is her mother, Mrs. Sage. ire spending .1 few days in building: Itcd Cross and Book Co., Palace1 Confectionery and Loth- bridge Chocolate and Candy Co. for candy: [''radio Bros, and J. Torrill for flowers; llylands. Hudson's Bay and T. ICaton Co., Ltd., of Winnipeg, for material; Mason and itisch for loan of nlayor-piano. and .Maclean Transfer for moving same; Mr. Rose- warn for draying; .Mr. Mordon for Mr. and Mrs. Calgary, the city. e Jlrs. C. F. P. Coliybcaro left last Fisher, at North Hattlel'ord, Sask. The Uaughlers and .Maids of Kng- land will meet for general business to- morrow at S p..11. In tho S.O.E. hall, The informal dunce at. tho Chinook club which was to have taken p'ace parsonage in Calgary, when Olivt, postponed, Ohulstonc llluo was marriage to .Miss Hilda Sontner. ond daughter of H. Kontncr. of lid-j Jlrs C. F. I. lei, lasuwuru lor urayiiiK; .'11 night to visit her daughter. Mrs. F. li. dishes: Wesley churcli for dishes; I Lcthbrldge Lodge No. 2. I.n chairs und tables. A very pretty wedding took place on Nov. 15th, Hi HIIHiiirst .Methodist! See News of Daughters of the Empire.. and Red Cross Sale on page 8 until Thursday night. Jlrs. Hiifner's section of Wesley tnonton, by Kev. W. .1. Smith. Thy p.m. at the home of Jlrs. 633 5th Street south. Mr. W. A. Raymond, a C.l'.'.l. i'vavclli 'jwilll Georgette crepe blouse andj j black picture hat. She also wore the tiiy groom, a handsome set ofi the floor tnat mea niu neer. icit. been deported from various parts of City, called llelgium to work In German coal, illness of h iron and steel Industries in the Rhine province' and Westphalia, that after the surrender of Antwerp the military governor gave Cardinal Jlercier a sol- emn written assurance that no left last night d there by Ills wife for Oklahoma! the dangerous: ,i_ fox fu s. M ami M.S. tononsrit on F (jovcrnment ueinoiistution t-j Blue The following Taber nroph; were in the city vestcrduy to at the Majestic theatre RED CROSS NOTES and .Mrs. Byard Smith. .Mr. and Mrs. gians would be deported and that this Hert Wood, Mr. George Ewing JIarshal Von Der Goltz, now dead, who Keport of work done during was governor-general of Lord Robert added that Ger St. Cyprian's W. shirt? officer under' whose orders the point to glan territory and Belgian citizens from this oppression." ages 20, many-tailed bandages 17. Ladies' shirts 7Jow Tsland interesting Kuits pajamas :l, pillow cases M.j marriage ceremony took place on! sheets 10, T. bandages S, many-tailed j Wednesday, Nov. loth, between Central W. C. T. i WHOLE CITY COUNCIL ARRESTEC IxHOA shirt 1, bed ttended the bazaar] bandages 3. licess Patricias, m gaturday aiternoon and ev-j Buttons.and button holes in li surgical at the next ses-: _, Mm chirtu Rt Andrew's veical formerly of the Princess Patricias, DANCE-THURSDAY NEXT 1 i November 23rd, 8.30 to 1 a.m. in the i Beautiful Elizabethan Room of the Chinook Club Delightful Music Dress Optional Admission couple INVITATIONS THROUGH ANY CLUB MEMDER OR HON. SECRETARY. (CHINOOK CLU1. ing were well patronized as were the ols 11, T. bandages 12, many-tailed candy and home cooking booth. After-j bandages 10. Women of. the Churcli noon tea was served and here a] of Latter Day 2, sur- business was done. In charge gical shirts S, abdominal binders -I, of booth number one was Mrs. H .S. pillow slips 6. surgical stockings 2 pr. White assisted by Mrs T. Neve, Mrs. .Mrs. Broome and .Mrs. J Jones Mrs Morey: booth number112, slings IS, helpless shirts 4, sure- 2l_'iirs. R Cudoba assisted by Mrs. ieiii shirts S .nurses' aprons 5, abdom- A. Niven; Mrs. A. Moe, Jlrs. W. A. Sinclair- booth number G. R. Dixon assisted bv Mrs. H. R. Maxwell inal binders IS, fomentation wringers 12, pillow cases. 12, T. bandages 30. Mrs. Stanley shirts i misled bv Mrs W l-ionsins, -rt. u.. iMcSwart Mrs. E. Welch, Mrs. H. JIat- man, helpless shirt (made over) 'son Mrs' G Gowin, Miss J. Shaw. !surgical shirt 1. Miss Dunlop, surgic; r 3. Jlrs. John Gi "booth number, 2, pajamas'S. Jlrs. T. F. KirKlmm, "j'f rs g j j smith assisted by Jlrs.' surgeon's coat 1. Jlrs. H. Jforris, C A JIcEachran, Jlrs. C. JlcKenzie, surgical shirts -I. Jlrs. Ott, surgical VIsaE Donald' the candy shirts 1 .Jlrs.. J-S. Stewart, surgical j A Rosewarn'aEBisted by Mrs. E. T. shirts 4, nurses' aprons 5. Jlrs. Sand- Theobald- horn0 cooking bach, surgical shirts S, nurses' aprons W H Jlo'rris assisted by Jtrs. .I. Reid, i 3, pajamas 6: Jlrs. Van Heck, suvgi- IJIrs R Stevens: tea .T.jcal shirts '2. Jlrs. Gordon Watt, sur- Bradshaw and Jlrs. A. Smith, as- gical shirts S, pajamas 2. Jliss Watt sis'ted by Jlrs. W. Hopkins, Mrs. A. G-. washcloth 1. Mrs. Bow- shirts (made over) 3. Jlrs. John Gil- more, slings 6, fomentation wringers 6, abdominal binders li. Mrs. Thomas surgical shirts 3. 'Jlrs. Sourd. abdom- inal binders 13, pillow slips 12, day- shirts 2, nurses' aprons 3. Jlrs. Jlin- or, surgical shirts 2. Jfrs. Robt. Rip- ley, surgical shirts 6, pajamas 4, ab- dominal binders S. Jlrs. Reid, surgical Bliirts 2. Jlrs. B. J. Sehl, pillow slips (i, surgeon's coat I. Jlrs. Hugh Tay- lor, surgical shirts 0. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 'button boles in 32 day shirts. A package containing 2 i wish to thank the HOW GOOD FLOUR IS MILLED The Necessity of Careful Selection There are many different kinds of flour The best kind of flour for bread baking is milled from only the hearts of the choicest bread wheat grown. The kernels are thoroughly cleaned, tempered, ground into bits of machinery, sifted again and again through finest silk sieves until every particle of (lust, rtirt. fluff or lint is I removed. Inferior flours, of course, 'do not receive such attention. Bread Is then made from the flour at the mill iu order to thoroughly test it be- i fore marketing. l Oeilvie's Royal Household is a sample of this superior flour. It is milled from the hearts of the finest, fattest wheat berries grown, by the most modern milling methods known to science. Because of Its purity and uniformity, and the fact that it bakes such hie, wholesome, creamy-white loaves It has come to he the most popular flour in the west. Hundreds of housewives for these reasons would order no other flour from their Daughters of the Em- pire and Red Cross Sale at Hudson's Hay Store Tomorrow. See Page 8 __ _ ;ical shirts was returned with no name. Jotters, surgical shirts 4, day shirts 2, pajamas 4, ab- dominal binders C, T. bandages 4, many-tailed bandages 4. 3. D. Keith, surgical shirts G, pajamas 2, abdominal bind- ers 6. Aden Jlrs. 0. Hatigen, surgical shirts 4, najamas 4, bedside bags 4, donation 36 surgical shirts, many-tail- ed bandages G, 1 pr. of socks ,knit. Milk Ernest Warrea. surgical shirts C, surgical stockings li pr., nurses' aprons 2, T. bandages (i many-tailed bandages 4. Children of bandages 5 many-tailed bandages 2. White School bandages !l, knit 3 pr. socks. Cutting Committee. .Mrs. Will Scott, Officer, day shirts 28. Jlrs. .1. Scott, day shirts 13. Jlrs. Tho- mas, pajamas. Jlrs. Hazel and Mrs. Uroonie, irajamas 10. Jlrs. Smith and Jlrs. A. Robertson, pajamas 12. .Mrs. Fairlcy, surgical stockings, 8 pr., nur- ses' aprons 22. Sock Ilorspool 2 pr. Mrs Russell 1 pr. Jliss Johnson 1 pr. Mrs. Riches 3 pr. Jliss Jane JlcCluro Tlie above report shows that there has been loss work done in tho last month than for several months. Quoting from a letter received from Mrs. C. B. Waogen of the Provincial headquarters the last week: "The eall -for supplies has never been so urgent as now. Supplies which are required in unlimited quan- tities are knitted goods of all kinds, day shirts, dressing gowns, pajamas, bed linen, housewives, holdalls, sur- geon's coats nurses' aprons binders, slings, surgical stockings, and band- ages, T's and many-tailed." The Toronto head office has sent out booklets "Red Cross Needs" urg- ent, containing practically the above but headed with money to buy drugs, instruments, rubber goods, etc. Cut work is delivered and called for Saturday mornings by the Cadets, Jtiss Nimmons in charge. Do not wait for a personal invita- tion to help in the work of relief, but consider the urgent need a call to ev- ery woman to do her part. Mrs. F. A. Stoltze, Supt. of Work. Afraid of the dark a Cliieago woman burglar robbed 100 houses in daytime, because "1 lovp fn rob places, and would be a burglar if. I had a million." IF YOU DO NOT LIKE I BETTER TMH THE