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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I ITHWSOAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1917' TUT. LETHnmnnE DALI.T PAGE NINB Ottawa, Nor. fowl control- fcr's office today made public figures of tood production In France, whlcli re far liolow the pre-war averages. 110 most serious decline is in wlieal. e 1911 belns short E3.S per cent, bushels u compared Vllh tho production ol 1613. The po- Sito crop Is short 3U cent, or bushels. The BUjar btel crop has fallen oil by 67.9 per cent, ir Th? number of lias declined 10.5 per coal hoacl. Tho number ol sheep rhas been reduced by SC.O per cent, or head. There haj been a de- JcHue ol 10.2 per cent, or bead. tho number ol hogs. ID order to couierre its much reduc- suppllua of whoat, France requires 111 not wore than 80 per cent of heat (lour may ba uied In the mik- ing ol bread, the remaining 20 per cent 'consisting ol rlco, barley, oats, rye, boana ond ground nuts. MILADI -PHONE 1224- VANCOUVER LOAN Yancbilvor, Nov. Ilia Victory loan up to last night [totalled .The Dominion of Canada prom you a good rttun absolute security for (you 'money In Victory Bonds. :John Gllmore, you purity, flavour, and the bea ,Ioaf that good sty" a'nd complete equipment can pn -'duce. More than Soap Lifebuoy Soap is perfect tcip perfect antiseptic ing together in perfect urtity. rich, dint lithcr makes it delight to use. LIFEBUOY HEALTH EQAP Pro4ecl your httlth by your htodt face wllli b4LhiB( lllim. pooiaf with it. The roild odor quickly vnn- iibct liter REFUSED TO OBEY ORDER London, Nov. oldclal wirc- esa statement from Pelrograd today says lhat General nukhonln Las been deposed by the council o[ the people's commissaries for "refusing to obey heir orders by offering an, armistice." WESTERN LIST Ottawa, Nor. names ef of 154 officers and western men appear today la tie noon list ot 383 i WUs Miriam Stollie loaves UmfeLt lor Chicago to spend the winter. Mrs. Wm. Carson of Cilsary. Is spending a lev days In the city vllfl friends. t Tte Art Needlework club will hold a sale of fancy work at the home of Mra. Bolton. 023 6tb SI. south, tomor- row afternoon coimuencJne at three o'clock. Tbe proceeds will be In aid ot the Red Cross and Blue Cross. i Those w-Jsninj loacad subtcrlp- tloiis for Ihe Victory bond for the Sir Aleiander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. are requested to do so promptly so that tho list may closed. Tno Major Jack lloss lea yesterday at Kl.-kby's was In charge of -Mrs. Mit- chell assisted by 13rs. K. C. McKlllop, Mrs. hlton. ilrs. Illcks and Miss May Young. The proceeds amounted (o and will bo given to tho Ited Cross. The raarrlajo o( Mr. Juan Arthur Dullla and Miss Bessie Cook was quiet- ly performed at the parsonage, Kore- moat, Alta.., on Wednesday, Nor. 21st The happy couple left on the 'after' noonlraln for and other points. Rev. E. 11. Wlntlcld official ed. The local council ol vomen will hold a regular lueeUng In the SL Au gustln'B Parish hall on Friday at 4 p.m Al an open meeting of all tbo women ol I be city will held. A special Invitation Is give a to all thoso who have relatives fit tho front and arc naturally Interested la the coming election. An entertainment at tlie Blrsl Bap tlst cliurch will Ijo given on Friday evening beginning at sharp. Lan lern pictures wlH be shown "Acros Canada via C.I'.n." The program ivl) begin at 8 o'clock (urea oa Ihe life of Judson. plobee missionary. Among olncr ealerlain racnls, a dialogue will be given b girls dressed In costumes of ono hun dred years ago. Tho public are cor dially Invited to attend. A'coliecLfo vrJll be taken. H Its an overcoat or m ault of you CAN atr BETTER: WILSOH ORYGooDSt MEMS WEAR; BOOTS SHOES .NORTH LETHBRIOGE. CARS TO THE DOOR BED CROSS NOTES It food controllers ilogan. OUR SLOGAN IS "WASTE LESS BREAD" by buying bread that well be eaten and enjoyed to the crumb. cer Bread is Iways Good Either as plain bread and but ter or toasted you cannot help but appreciate fine flavour of Quaker Dread. If you have icrapt of Quaker Bread over, chop them up flna and mix them with your left over potat- UM a hot pan and plenty of pood dripping and fry them fcr a upper. You wHI cd hovf flood they will taste. -W? deliver dally to your door and give 12 for the dollar. Phones 378 or 1027 and (V Drirer WiD Cal John Gilmore, Limited READERS OF THIS-PAPER WHO RESIDE IN LETHBRIOGE AND VICINITY WILL OBTAIN AT THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE "Everybody'! Hook-Shop" ALL'THEY REQUIRE IN r OFFICE SUPPLIES, STATION; ERY AND. FANCY GOODS. Our Book Stock Corwlrtt of the fiction Bookl on Travel, PfOM'- Poetry, Sociology, Children's BooKi, In fltt.therc Is nothing In book' form, re no already In that' We wll not pleated to for you. G.W.MANSON Phone 613 FOURTH AVENUE la order Lo utilize every posslty lnch ot material bought for Red Cros supplies, the pieces left from cuUln all garments arc cut Into quilt palche or strips for rag rugs. The quills B madef rroih' n'flnneleUe: pieces are a tracllvely bound with sateea ai oriered for sale In Uie Red Cros rooms. Anyone who la willing alitch (ogellier (lie pieces far th quilts or the strips ot unbleached fa tor; cotton for mnttress pads pleas notify Miss Dlagbum at the room Mrs. Chrislcnsen ot Spring Coule who did the weaving of tlie rugs la un- able to continue this, so the Hcd Cross Members of Ihe Kajteri Star are lied lo meet at thu Red Cross rooms uiorrotv afternoon. t The Sir Aleiander (Jail Chapter 1. ,D.E. are reminded ol the sewing In x lied Cross rooms tomorrow (Frl- iy) afternoon. Tho executlTo of the local council women irlll meet at Friday Immediately preceding the enera) meeltag held In SI. AUEUstln'B IU. w Tho IJve Wire Ci2S3 of Ibo United aurch of North Lelhbrldee will meeti I the home of Miss Nesslc 12 12lh Si. B. N tomorrow evening All members are requested to c present. The executive of the great war neit- r kin Is asked to meet at the homo of Irs. Barklcy. tomorrow afternoon al The members ot the ncxt-ol-kfn as- odallou arc asked to attend the meet- ug lu St. AUBUstln's hall tomorrow at o'clock. The Daughters anil Maids of EnE- and held a very successful wLlsl drive nd dance on Tuesday evening, when erenleeu tables were In play for whist, Mrs. Wheatcroft wlnnlns the ,rst ladles' prize and Sirs. Kdnle, aec- nd prite. -Mr. Sleele won tho gentle- man's Ilrst prize and Mr. Carr Uie econd. wblla Ihe consolation went to Irs. Dodd and Mr. Horlls. Quiln a number came for the dancing. The memliers are arranging lo hold an- other whlEl drive and danco on the north elde, tha plane nnd data lo be announced laler. 'I Ideal weather conditions helped lo make Ihe bazaar, held yesterday by he A. of St. Mary's church, a aplcudld success. Tlie parish hall was ,-ery attractive with the pretty lea .allies and the several well supplied lancy work and pantry stnllB. Mrs llarmon with a very pleasing address opcueil the bazaar and Rev. Snow ei- ilnlhed tie purpose, which was lo pay of! Iho debt on the church. The plain needlework slnll was In charge of Sirs. C. H. Matthews, assisted by Mrs. Claylon anil Mrs. Giles. At tho fancy stall Mrs: T. Arnold and Jlrs. Logan presided. Mrs. Harrison and ilrs. Fuller conducted Uie pantry stall and Mrs. .Wright'and .Mrs. Adamson the candy stall supplied by the Cl. A.'was in charge ot Miss Lilly Webb, and Mlas Evelyn Moore. Tea was served during' Iho afternoon, with Mrs. Mooro In charge, assisted by Mesdames Reid, Unavvorlh, Ward and Giles. .'.The' severi" raffles were In charge of'Mrs. Turner. In Ihe evening a very enjoyable con- cert Tras given before- a large audience that -was very appfoctadre. There were .numbers. quartette, Messrs. Sumner, Kllner, Johnson and Taylor; Tocsl solos' by Xllas Elhel Nlelaon ind .Mr., Parsons and comic songs by Mr. Waddineton, one especi- ally good one being'''entitled, "Buy Vic- OUR TOYLAND Is the Meeting Place for Young and Old Toyland is fairly bristling with joy. The Christmas spirit is already beginning to per- vade every nook and corner. The little ones wander up ar.d down the aisles gazing with mixed feeling of awe and delight at the strange sights, bringing back to us older folks the memories of by-gone days. Toys of every nature are here; and we would call ihe attention of parents to ihe very moderate prices that prevail. Have you bought your household linens The Carpet Department OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY "ANC SATURDAY SELLING PROVIDE YOU WITH AN OPPORTUNITY OF SECURING THAT CARPET YOU HAVE BEEN LONGING FOR AT A CONSIDERABLE SAVING 3 ONLY, AXMINSTER CARPETS She 9H2 feel, In beautiful color logs and designs. Iteg. fjf JJ9.60. SjiMlal .........ttittJ 3 ONLY, WILTON RUGS. In differ eot.ilzw, 9i9, 3UOJ4. and 9H2 Colors 2 tone green with hordei black, brown and ml. Very special, {42.50, JVZ.50 24 ONLY. TAPESTRY MATS. 27> 54. Regular K.15. for COCOX DOOR HATS. Size 16i32' for, each 52.50 ITS. 27> 1.95 1.25 oclety be very glad to know ol some one who can do tills work, WAR MENU FOR FRIDAY Dreakrast Toast, 'Oatmeal Por- torjr Bonds." Mr. Strakef, gave sever- al readings, and Geoff Wad- dlngton gave Tlolln EelepUons. Tho concert was pronounced one of tho beit ever given In North LclhbrlugG. The total flnr.nclal returoa for the day amounted to This is to be a Little Chat on a Special lane of Mackinaw Coats. We shall be content to stale the bald concerning these leave conclusions to you. lien! This line-was purchased UvM P.M. ridge, Apple Jelly, Tea or Coffee. Eels, Baked Onioni, tiaked Potatoes, Oalc.iU'. Butter. Supper Baked Sweet Potatoes, Cornmeal Apple Sauce, Tea. The recipe for Commoal Bread, men- tioned above. Is aa followi: Corntncal cups lukewarm water, 1 yeast cake, lauluspoon sail, siidfcury, OnL, Nor. on cup molasses, 1 cup rye'flour, 1 oy Crown Attorney cup cornmeal, 3 cups while flour.. G. B.-Miller, poll" Thorn- DlEsoWe yeast caVo in water, avid as. Stoddard this morning issued a remaining Ingredients, ami mix thor- warrant tor tho arrest of Charles Let rise to double ILa bulk, knead anil shape Into loares; lei rise again to double In bulk and bake. THE MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. ARE HOLDING A BAZAAR Saturday, November 24 W WESLEY Work Stalls, Candy.Boolhs, Ready -Dressed Dolls, etc., Apron Stalls, Lucky Dipping Tub Stalls, '.Tea will be will open tbe at ZJO. mm DOOR CHILD VINOL It Built Him Up and Him MicK-i-Vr little 007 delicate, wuk, emaciated condition jnd had A rough vcvwc had to keep him oat of tchcol (or Nothinf teemed to help him until Vinol wtf recommended, An4 tha cnanje it nude In him WM remalc- able.' It has bvlU him up and mvdY him itj'viift mv iiii couch is trmcft entirtiy (one. We not KCOBH nend Vinol tee Mn. K N. .Union. Mother! of wntc, dcHnte, ttllnf chiln'rtn ire uked to Iry tWl fimow cod liver and iron tonic on our fur- ontce, ChiMrea to Uke !t of earlier, on the Informa- tion tflai "ha did'at Iho village of In Uie month of eontriry-to Jaw.'rcfusB to perform his duties u a member of the local ex- emption tribunal n'dmber 203, Ontario nnder section 6, subsection 6, ot Uie Military Service Act, 1917." The being executed, ty Tro- rlnclal- Inspector Sloric and the caso will be heard ill police court. Thurs- day .morning. The tribunals which should commenced sitting NoTeirjber 10, was delayed thrco' days. v CONSCIENTIdUS OBJECTORS TO BE DISFRANCHISED O O London, debate v- preceding the" vote by which (be house at commons adopted .au nraendmcnt'lo the electoral bill disfranchising consclen- llous objectors to war quickly .showed that Ktronc advocates on bchalt ot the objectors to tho ara'ciidment were lacking. Cliristlanla, Nov. rew.alion aeslBncd lo force the resignation of he cabinet of Prcmlcc Koudaoa was defeated in parliament, todiy by a nrge maJorUr. CritJciam of .the gov- ernment was directed particularly at he foreign and food ministers, who were charged ivlth blunders, in hand- Ing tho food question and 3n ,o yield to tbe request ol the United Slates lo pises Ibe nallon on arlood allowance. CALGARY CLEARINGS Calgriry, Nov. clearings this week" last year R- HAY INCREASE HATES Washington, NOT. Inter _tale commerce -commission a.nnounc cd today U would hoM a hearing De cember 7th on the application of ox J. 0. HlalNBOTHAM A CO, {-TO. l DruflfllftBr Lethbrldge, Alia ft Ihe Bttt In mrt .vt box frorp any Atic Htn will keep your ilouach ui regulw, and tttfr lor Dot't (ortet Winter Excursions Special 'Reduced Rates TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1IIT...TO lltT, TO -TORONTO, LONDON, HAMILTON, OTTAWAi ALL EASTERN CAJIADA- ALSO TO ST .PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS CEOAd CHICAGO, CITY, DE8 MQINES, FORT .DOME; AND VARIOUS OTMlli UNITED POINTS s i Final Return, THREE from date of Issue, TO VANCOUVER, V1QORIA AND J NEW fESTMINSTER 4- TlcktU on Salt DM. 2nd IB MhJ 5th to M; Feb. iri ti FINAL BITURN LIMIT, APRIL Travel'by CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY'." Llljii World'i .'J-: "THE DAILV T sundird "d Tourtet i Tickets (all InfomnlJon from any C. P.- Agent, or- R. ;