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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NQYEMDHU 1917 TTTE LPTHpnmr.E DAlLTf HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI (Toronto Saturday Night) The average man will vote far Union tovcrnmeut because uuiuii gorern- wcct (3, pledged to conscript Ion, and of A, "Hamilton Gives His I Here All His lllft Lclubrldge lO'Ja'y mourns tlie death action ol a ydunft luau who Is al- most a nallvs eon ot the J. Harold Haiulltqn, oliosl ion o[ -Mr. and Mrs. W. 11'nnllton. Sergt. Ham- ilton died of wouridi al a clrcstln? bli- lion on tbo field of balllo on Monday, NOT. loth, Mo Bkull hiving been frac- tured by ahraime.1 Sflrgt. .Harold Hamilton waa ono ol tbe best known of the gallaul young band at men who lett Lethbrldgo In Lho spring of under command of tba lato Major Aril. Stafford, lie left as a uriralo In: Ihe ranks, anil has conscrlptloii Is (to shortest irny to [been proraoleil slep by step until lie ,uccor our Leroca, up to (Heir the. rank of sergeant. For a short la tbo mud ana blood ot To [rent, always .ready lo do his duty and :o carry out the Instructions oE his of- ilia battlellehls of Europe, devouring Ills tans of thousands a Jav, will stop aad listen? AVII1 the Geruian shrap-> J the LcLhbrldgc attend- ed the "city schools 'practically the lime his -father was connected with them as principal and superin- tended. inan't namo ap- 1224- !lii As Oui A NICE SUBSCRIPTION iej Chech In nild-carecr frU'a policy ot procrastination work) are iu this war (o a tinlsa, be- cause wo navo ilie German wolf by HID ijars, and cannot Jet go until-.we ______ __ Uirow him. We must keen faith with pears on "tho oi Ihe Leth- our ihcn al the front, and make bridge "lllgb. scli6ol and' of' Wesley sacrifices In BO Joins as no narly gov- j church. brother Tom (3 eminent could Impose. Union govern-: now- at tire iront with anolher LellJ- inenl Is the only. Ibingllrat will keep bridge battery, both boys had the (far long suffering noses to tho grind- best of reasons In remain at home had atouo until the Job is done. they wished to do so, as Mr. Hamil- Nover was conBcrlption oeedeil more ton is novr engaged In. farming .than now. Have iho young men whom i nocdod their help, but both volunteer- Sir Wilfrid would have alay at home cd for service, feelingJhat Ihelr first -rieoause- lliey have dandruff, or ,cold -duly was feet, or something lite thai, road the I at tho'I: the predigcsted Blutt wo bridge and-dletrlct trill poln n-ith tbe g'eljn the Toronto dollies, but the real 1 Herald In extending heartfolt aympa- iiawi as printed In Iho New York thy to Ihe bereaved parents and tarn- and other responsible and j tearless newspapers? Venice and Ta- Other Southern AlbertiM In today's the hands otlha Germans! list Includo Pis. Poler" Hotiert- sapped" by Uorcaan gold son of Macleod, killed' In action on Ills rnolber resides Pie. Robert E. Hew- Italian finance'taken over by a! lit of Plnclier Creek, has also been mniralltce ot Allies! Store work for' Wiled In aclloD. Tils mother, resides 'at Arthur, Ont. We. Charles; H. Mc- Leod ot Plncher Creek, Trolzky on Ton! The safely ot the kin Marie McLeod, resides In Medicine Rastern Front'at the mercy of all the Hal, Is' reported missing, since Ocl. long-haired anti-conscription [sis and 30lh. Pie. M. :M.': Bennett, Pincher yellow, docs In lliat distracted coun- Creek, has been wounded. 5j lo fight tor Canada's liberty 'The'people of Loth- and-German Ireachery, crumpling like November Clh- ri'stick ot macaroni! The Hallan army In Medicine Hal. The Slcfc Jtooni Sunbeams, v through Mrs. Conybearo, have subscribed 4100 to Ibe Vlclory 1 loan, [bis auiounl being turned' Into heldquarloi-a loday. This Is 1 a very haudBome donation Irom such a worthy organization. v v The Major Jsrk Hosa chanter 1. will serve tea as usual tomorrow at Klrliby's, .Mra. O. G. Wright, who lias been spending: tho last tew months at tlie coasl, Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Fred IIIcU for tbe winter. Tbc. of WJUard W.C.T.U. aro Invited to meet Mrs. McKlnney at the Y.M.C.A- on Wednesday afternoon at [our o'clocir. A short of the Women's Civic club will bo held tomorrow even- Ing at 9 o'clock In lite triangle.rporu of the V.M.C.A. A special meeting of the G.I.A. at Ihe home ol Mrs. Held, 1201 Oth Avc. nortli. tomorrow cverilnjj (Wcdaes-' day) al 7.30. Members are all asked to Lo prcseut as It Is a very Important business meeting. The Wesley Ladies' AM will meet at ihfl home or .Mrs. Buchanan, I 411) Ave. on Friday nncrnoon o'clock. As Ibis Is Lho last roeet- ng Before (ho bazaar, which ta to be icld on Wetlnosday, Dec. 5th. will (lie adtes plea so bring in their work Hn- shed. Also will thoEQ wbo.buve. not teen able to atlead the me clings but who have promised lo give a donation, either bring or fiend it to this meel- ng. Tho At.L Needlework class held very successful sale, at the home of Mra. J. Boulton oa Gtli SL on last The aalc uomnienccd promptly at 3 o'clock and the fancy vorh as wcll'as tbe home cooking was Mr. and Mrc. C, II. Carpenter returned (rotu a visit to the coast. P The committee n[ tbe Next-oI-KIn are meet at 10 Tl those -irnr-weary Tllane, France and Auri RueBlal bcnino ,and Rooming Houi _ for Witli Furniture Com- plete for Sale I. will rent the flno 11 roomed JIOUM at 6l6'6th SL S. House to gooii condition. Fully modern .nnd well furrdBhcd.- :A11 the fur- niture la for aalo (6'peraon'lcis- Ing bouse, 29 B 3 D. ihd Frank tiyl "The fact that ,wo .can .chase vi'lh '-a cerUIn amount of an ccs our calamities elsewhere.. Eng- land-France "mid Ihe' Ualien States irlll finish this war alone. We need niorei-nieri, Food ,Hanna has a'sked the ho; to mulUplr and re- plenish Iho a word to do his duty as loyal Bubjeclot-the British Empire. Can aat BOSS Id do The avenge man own thinking, and JILUe concern" with parly polllies, Trill yole for Union gor- ernmont for the reasons I have meti- tfoncLl, .But the party man need to see his nccoant In It, We reach him on Ihe loFer If Iho 'Liberal and 'Conserva-live .par llca wpuM ;ilxe they, miiat go also were vrell attended during Lhe flrternoon. A' very Interesting feature of the sale was the braided mats made by Mrs. Lllj-, who Is SI years of age attd who vas preEent at the sale. The jrocceds of Lhg aaJB amouDlcd to over which IB, .considering the (net .hat the club' has( only tirtecn''mem- Quite reciarhablp. The general nieellng of Ihe Mathcs-: held.In, UIB alternoon.' Pbrllatneniary be prompily'Bt 3 o'clockr tlirouRh Ihe, cleanslnt'Itrej government. ot Union LAWLESSNESS INCREASES Pckln, Nov. Lawlessnesa is in creasing In. There foreigners here been, attackecl and' robfced.' Tho consular rGpresonlf] lives heiva In II mat ed Lo the Russlao autliprlllca tbal un Icia guarantees nro fqr'tlicouilng for the protection of 'the KveB and prop ertr of foreign era. In ey vlH-'enQuavur Jo brlnr In Brlllah, American and Jap oneas 1roop3 to work In conjunction with the ind Chthese admdi lic safely, for (he preiervatlbn of pub- o'clock tomorrow morning. The Tbtslto Sen-lag Circlo will meel Mr3 AndrewB, 1247 St. A. S.. Wednesday aUeruoun tcr Ued Cross sewing. r' Mrs, Tiiroop, who has been vlslilng Mrs: A. G. nobertson for sonie'llmo leaves lonlghl tor her Uorae In the casl. The Dauglilers and of Eng- land are requested to meoL tomorrow nl 8 o'clock In the lodfie, S.O.E. hall. Special business. -Mrs. J. JJ. Murray has received Ihe Bad news tbat her brolhtr, S. F. lleat Vancoui'cr, was tilled In action on Oct. 23, Ju connection with tlio Red Cross oulertaJtunent the ladlez wlsli to thank the Studebaker, Dodge and Uifou garagca and those prlrato owners of-cars, .who so tluoly lurir- LeneJ autos for tho trip. Eociely of Ihe B, ot L. F. and E. held (he first of tliclr season's series of dances last night ID tbe 1C. of P. ball, which vra's enjoyed by n largu attendance.1 Many of the gucsls ex- pressed their of the eplen- dliJ-rnustc rendered by .Miss AruoltVs orchostra, 'The invilp.lions for the next dance will be Issued noil month '-_-. e f nevflsiokc Review: A very pretty redding look place iat 10 o'clock 'on Wednesday morning at the homo of Uie bride's parents, 'wlieri Margaret, eldest daughter ot Scrgt. and .Mrs. II. V. Morgan became the bride of Harry Clinton, eldest son op Mr. end Mrs, E. Pulley of LothbrUlge. The ceremony was, performed B. C. Freeman. ThVhrldo unattcnjed was charmingly attired Iu a lice blue chiffon laffeU, and''carried'a bouquet of violets. Pol- lowing the ceremony a wedding break- fast waa served. The home was beau- tifully decorated vritli clirysanthe- Eachdepaitmentheispul forth ils best and greatest efforts in making Wednesday one of (he busiest days of the week. Take advantage of, and benefit by the re- sult of ihose efforts. HAVE YOU BEEN TO OUR SHOE SALE? McLaren's JeUleb, assorted flav- ors. 7 for 50c Pure Gold Quick Taplocaj 2, 25c Evaporated Loganberries, per phi. 35c Mince Meat, pkt. 13c Fray Corned Beef, per tin 40c Equal EQQ (equal to 6 dozen per tin Rice Flour, 4 ib. eack......49o Clarnlco Almond Paste, '1 Ib. 60c Ripe Olivts, brand, pep tin Carnation Milk, per tin Lux, 2 .for.............. Sanl per tin SharAood't Fruit Salad, Jars, Extra "special 29c S3o' glass 67c Bull Dog Cleanser, 2 for.. 15c Camp's Soups, 2 for.. 35s soon disposed of. The tea-tables mums nnd carnations. Mr. and Mrs. ing a" subject of such wide spread-In- terest, Che .club has Invited .as .their members qC.ihVcivle-fluh, Sir Qalt; chapter l.'O.D.E., Major Hosi chapter, Central W.C.T.TJ., Ine Willard W.C.T. U: and also tbe executive 'Of, Ihe Red nnd the Local: Council of men. J" i. i METAL MEN CONFER Pulley left on the noon train lor east- ern cities. WAR MENU FOR WEDNESDAY Breakfast: OalrfloiaJ" Porridge, Mar- malade, Toast, Tea or CoIIee. Dinner': and Carrots, Potatoes, Apple Moat, Oatmeal Cakes. Supper: French Coins, Syrup, Tho 'recipes forj.Appla -Float and French TiTpusl, mentioned above, ate as follows: a sieve. To 1 cup sauce; add wnlle'of-- 1 .efg' beaten'untll stiff i nnd Leat together, sauce and' ogg iind chill.' Serve' cold. French' Aid 'yolk ot an' egg to CUD' "of milk. Dip' stale Lread' In' tqlWs and fry in pan In1 a lltlle ilrlt- :JW fq The Cold Weather Really b Comintr at Last. Pit- pare for it. We can help White Flannelette Sheets 73s60 inches. Grey or wblle pjnk or blue Lord- e'rs. Per pair 11-i, int-lres. Ptr pair........... Wool Blankets. blue bprdera. Each blanket finished sbh'ar- i p A alely..CflsSQ..' 1 l.DU 72i90 Inches. nn 15.00 New Shipment of Hudson Bay Blankets. Colors are Itmll- ,ed. hhakl. rej, 'green-1 or in and ,4 point at :z.oo 2.25 More Snaps in our Special Shoe Sale 140 Pairs Ladies' Felt Slip- Colors green and black, with silk pom I'li- ttbk' coi-k Kok-E a soli flm-e. Insols. All slzfs. EHra.Speclal. pair Ladles' Blue and Grey Check Felt Slippers. Wild a leather cofcreil sole, Sfzrs 3 'to n c. Lad Its'. Patent Leather, Kid Top, Button Shoes. With IVoan heels and medium weight pblus. This iliie'ui'ctades the "Classic" nnil Slzen to 5. Ite'sular'55.51) and SG.CO. n Siftcui. o.yy Children's Dongola Kid I.eatlier fell lops. Fleec.-. lined .turouehoul. In k.button ur lace slyie. Sizes'3 lo''7. -i Speclai LAV Children's Patent Len_lher Kid or cloth lota nnd dull kid patent tips. Very dressy. S to 1014. Deeular ra jjij Special 6.03 Children's press'Shofs. Similar' to above, but. belter grade. Sizes 11 to 2. Regular o 51.00. Special LJ3-3 A special, Men's Heafy' All. Wool "Bannockburn" Tweed Pants, j splendid wearing fiuniilj. 5.50 Men's Heavy Grey TWeed PanlB. Special. j t Tuesday ............r.. v Hen's Full Dress Shirts, tjilil sizes, llesillar fl.76. Special Men's Pad Garters. fclar 25c.'-Special Tncs. The three1 things in and There Are Still a Few o! Those Beautiful Dresses Left. In merges and Bilks. Uut only a ov. Your lluic for securing one- is very limited. Values 1 C QT up to lor..... ID.lfD Here if Your Chance to Get a Good Corset at a Most Ridicu- lous Price. From anil back lac- ed. D and A. Hoyal Worcester and Muclart inakca. Worth up lo for.................. All Wool Flannel Pllchert for infanlii. 'A great smip. aa you cannot buy the malarial alom at tbe price today: Special............... 2.59 23c For Wednesday's Selling Our .Carpet.Section.. Offers :i.45 72 yards only, Stair Carpet" 27 inches wide, thai will outirear any higher priced, carpet. At tho reasonable price ot yard............. j'uie Stair Carpet. This is a re- versible brown molded or red mottled, with a', border., .Inches, wide L I C Tho same as above. TC- 65 Inches ivtde .___'-.v' 1 Piece Only, Wilton Stilr .Car- pet -27- Inches wide. Two tflnc greea vvllh coDTentiona'l deiisn. At.the old-. 9-7C price. i Li I p -Smyrna (levenible RUQS..In col- ors green and C.1C 3.13 .GO. Wednesday only LiVe _pf Hi Wednesday only -.JiA STORE, ..OPENS.'... eio A.M.-, '.IH- .'CLOSES. 6.06; P.M. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. men representing the melal trades depart- mont pt the Fcdcrallon .''ol! Labor'began Q three tlare' session-' Lore loday. Unsaiisfactory condit- ions In plants haTing to rlo manufacture d[ material fov war and' In the It was said, 'would up and the-oplnJon ol 'the United -Melal Trades formulated lor submission to LOB adjustirjenUboard of Uio National Council ot 'Today's gesston'-was short; 'idjonfn-' mcnt beln? taken Irnmedlately after Ibe appointment of committees. ATTACK IN ALBANIA NOT. Atnlrlin'.troops made another illicit on' Iht, Italian lines In Albania on' Sumlay In which they acorcd "an Initial 'the war office annOdoced Rcgplars cania lo the assistance ol the Albanian lilndi. that had been idrlfcn back of Cerai and the.Auatrians [orced, lo; reai j S FIX PRICK OF SILVER Lohilon, Nov.' -are proceeding between Great Britain'and the United SUtea with a view to (ii- Ing the price ot sllrer for the yemr, Andrew .Bonar chancellor ot the announced In (he bouse of commons loda'y. He said he thought It, pos'slble ai .ureeoeoL vould be rcichcd. .v PRESENTS HIS CREDENTIALS NOT. 11. .The American minister at Alhem has prencnled to King Atennder Iho minister's lettern scctedlllqgr him to the post aod'atip an ontosr.ipb letter from President oa 'accession'- to the" LACK Nor. In announcing Ms nation, gives as Kla iTeaiDn Jack of; B'jrmpathjr 'with the coarse'q( ernoient, of> lae. workmen1! --and dlers' ilelegu'les Vefillre wi arnuk tlcj.. He, how cihorta hli stiff: Ordlnates to continue to carry on th'4) work of.th6 department. STEAMER TORPEDOED j; London, Wot. alfimshlp "Xclcon '.wa'i iorpeiloed n despatch from Spain, Twenly-ono .sorjlrorj hitvo arrived at PorV.CamarlnaB. Three boaU with the remainder ot.tho crew are .v t COMMUNICATION BROKEN 4, ,'TWoT {qnjlgn embtnies if; Petrozrad' are "un'ltli' (6 4; aiii'.loriili or >I Ilia; .Qlfklal. hoif-. Oieita bf Tj AUo OWNRS WE AGAINST ADVANCE IN If You Place your order before the eftd of -this T'' J f -I' i it means money ;to: you to tnis .ypur rmnrie '_ :attjtntion.. We ?9sk for a small (Jeposit according tlie sizes of T- ires.- v' '..-I To take advantage of the protection on your orders for spring, use it, is necessary to act at once. 1 I U -j .--.rU.' REAR UNION BANK, LETHBRIDGE ;