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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^^ THimSDAY, NO^MBER 28, 19I� rHI^"^liKTJ!BRiD(;E DATI.Y HERALD PAGE NINl^ N MU.S. CITIES NEW YdRK^NoT.'ZK.-The obfOTV-knco ot rtaankafl�iiiC!i in N�w -Totk City, which otumllJulMigWl ymbfrdair o^id wlU coni}Due tbrouRb tba. wmIe- end, toaui eitirr rto* tho^irfOerin^^ to bars dividual. .honor tW^ .oW^-F*.^^^!^^ and the sal%j Most^ ootkHo ot^tiutu rante!'. ot '.tlws' day wa� til* ^'Vldtorjr SWr* tSto noon In Madison Sauara Oardan, .where 10,000 voices. Joined iB thi cihorns. At Uiie same moment, preclaely (our o'clock tblii Mtiftniooa, (be ehttra nation -wiU ioln.ln the song ot Tlctory. Bvery oity and hamlett, on board ships at sea, In oampa and homes, thfl national �athem .^lU be eung at the aame hour.' FOCH'S COMMANDMENTS , General iTocb some time ago isauad ten .commandments for the soldiers oi France and her allies. Twb of them read as follows: "Tell the truth squarely, ^(aea the musiQ~ and take your punJsbmant like-a man; for a good soldier does not Ho; he doesn't skulk; he Is- no aauealer. "Be morel �ul to the women of your foe and shame, them not, for you are a man; piijy and shield the children In your captured territory, for you were once a helpless child." These oojmiBandmentB Ware widely distributed and at-the time tAiey are passiof Oia rounds ot the country and 1^ balsf paatad. at some of the can itamnantt. - What a MtrilclnK 4lffei�noe there ia la the taa�|li||nKs of Foch, to his attnlea 'Show n> marcy." ^'France must ba lofmplataljf' orusbad." Sndh were tha ]iubiiotien|fs (iT�n by tha Hun com-maadara atid the Oermahs stand today qonrlotad by esrory righteous l|tw ol Ood and man ias murderers, looters, outragers of innoaeut women, and torturers of omlllng children. Peaoe without humiliation to Ger many wiitld be a deeper atain upon the bonotr and soul ot America than Oermany'a brutal' crimes stain its al lagad newly-^llspbyerea soul. Germany .has broken the commandments and shie .must answer tor her orlmes.-^Butflilo News. An Oranca Hall to cost flCO.OOO Is to ha built at Reglna. - The Roivl Bank \has opened a hranoh at Yorktoa. > . This I� Your O Money-FRID standard Paaa, 3 eana for .. OOo Donaloo Gam, Z oftM for .. 4Co Tomatoea, 2 oana for......46e anrdlhaa> Bruhawlak, 9 tina 2Bo Salmon, Saekaya, 3 tIna for 70o Qoldan Syrufi, 2 lb. tina, 2 � tfna fpr.......56a .Jally Powrfei% 8 pkoit far .. SSc Halns: Vwaat Ploklia^' 12 as. bottle ......,........... �0o India Rellah, 12!/aos. battle iOc Pearl Barley, 10c par lb;. 3 ' lis. for................. Mo rtuiiity to Save and SATURDAY eiarlM Perk antf Baling Tamfato tauoa, 2 lb. tins, Stina far ... ..:.. 48c Pure Appta Bultar, S slaaaaa oec Table Plga, 2 Iba, for ..... untight Soap, 7 bare..... Lilac Roaa Saap, 2 pkta. . Royal Cr�kwn Beap, 10 bars Lennox Soap, 9 bars...... Lux, 2 pkgs. for....... Qaad Eatdlns Apples, 0 Iba, Lamena^ dozen........... etc 50c 26� B5o 60o 2Sc esc BING WO CARROTS, .TURNIPS, CABBAQE AND OELBRY. ETC., ALWAYS ' , A OOOD STOCK ON HANa 320 THIRTEENTH STREET N. "_ .PHONE 1S72 Uttle PeU Need Gascaretf" �4- Wnm oUMian qinml a�4 i^, See if the littla tooguas an wUtef. Surry t oltan tha ologgcd^np places;; Bring back siniliiii �a Uttie Ness. Children tblnk Oaaeareta are dandr, They are mild oatbaitie eandy. v.Seiyte;�.jg��-*!�8l!5*' 0r�rT. time- ^MOTRERSl You need never worry after eiving yoiir cross, :�^;rish, bilious or constipsted child a Cascaret. This harmless candy cathartic ftioroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowds of all the . toxins, ^ur^^rmentations and poisons. By morning thi little dears are happy and pbiyful agdn. FiiU directions on each 10 cent bos. R iMs "n* WMtsf Ommwi Mtl^nv" Sugarless SwieetS lor Xmas � ' t .' ",' DELICIOUS CANDIES FOR THE HOiijOAY SEASON SPONSORED. BY CANADA FOODrBOARD (These roclpes for sueaflcss Hweots we're prepared a' die rcquost f tne Canada Pood Board by ,M,1bh Anita Hill, Director of iiu: School of HotiRe-hold Science, Macrlonald College, Quebec.) SUGARLESS SWEETS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON, , , GLACE NUTS AND FRUITS. RUPM I 4 :*���!!*�� o ? BANK CLEARINGS. : T N (Prom left to right.) 1. Glace nuts and fruits. 2, Chocolate-dlpped fruits. 3. Tudge. 4. Mexrcan candy. 5. Molasses taffy. 6. Peanut brittle. 7. Maple cream. - 2 cups jwhite corn syrup.: Bofl syrup until brittle w.hcnltested in cold -water f icniperaturc 300 (leg. Pahr.). Ha-ve nuts or fruits- ready, dip Into the pyrup aiifl place on waxed pai)er to cool. Keep the saucepan with syrup standiiig in :i lurger pan ot hot -water while dipping to prevent syrup becoming too thick. Carfiied fruits, e.g., cherries, pineapple, etc., are delicious when done in tliis \Vay. CHOCOLATE faAINTlES Melt half-pound l)itter chocolate In a sivucepan over hot ..valer. When sufficiently melted, dip nuts or fruits, coating them wKli (he chocolatf. Litt! out with a fork and place on waxed paper to harden. I'ieoef! of canned fruit and cubes of thick jam make unusual and delicious swf.ets. HAMBURG, Nov. 27.-Foreign Sec-rotary Solf lias brouBht the charge that the Hamburg Soldiers' and workmen's council is in independent coni-munlcation with the Russian Soviet gorernraent. This ch,arge appears In be based upon the fact that the marines m charge of tho\wireleBs station here are constantly interchanging message with the BolshevikL whose radiograma are promptly reproducml In the official organ, the Red Flag, for propaganda purposes. The Gxtremc Railiuals in Hamburg are now in editorial control of the Red Flag, which they purpose devoting to the exploitation of Bolaheviki propaganda. Indications point to an_early rupture between the Independent Socialists and the Spartacus group fn Hamburg. SEE THEY ARE EXECUTED .. ? This week .......... T�n,(i53 �^  * �  * 'i CONGRESS SPEECH PARIS, Nov, 28.-(Havas).-Edou-ardo Ignace, under-secretary tor military justice and pensions, announced in the chamber today that parliamentary committees would be appointed to witness the e.v.ecution of the clauses ot the armistice relating to war prisoners. WASHINGTO.V, .\ov. 28.-With all arrangements 'completed for his trip to Europe next week. President Wilson worked for several hours today on his message to congres.?, which, many officials believe, \('lll contain the announcement pt the delegate.'! selected to attend the peace confer-1 ence. The president is expected to diScuas with Secretary McAdoo tomorrow the I appointment of the latter's successor ' as heart ot the treasury to take office ! immediately. As Air. McAdoA will co-.i- i I tinue in charge of the railroads until : ; the end ot the year, it is tmdontood there/has been less haste in naming a director-general, although the appointment will 1)0 annbiinced heforo the president's departure/ from Wa.5li- | ington. . , , 10 SELL wm London, Nov. 28.-(Canadian V.Teit. dispatch from Router's). - WtUiaak. HugBC, Au.^tralian premier, hait>:f��' ceivcd ?. cablegram from W. A. Wattj treasurer of the Australian gmertii ment, stating that in -vle^w of the'ftCll that another wheat harvest is) AlUI anC will require payments aggregat' ing at least �10,000,000, the AastrSt' ' lau wheat board considers it dcslrablt to sell 1,000,000 tons of wheat at $ minimum price of 57 peace (appioxtr mately $1.18) a bushel, provided that Australia is permitted to compete: In the world markets and is aMe to reserve the rest of the wheat supply oa hand. CONDITIONS CALM. LIMA, Peru, Nov. 28.-The Peruvian government Is apparently determined to prevent the eacllp^ rence of untoward Incidents h0rm in conneotlon with the Pepuvlah-Chilean dispute. The situittbwi continues calm. The only liKl* dent reported today was from CHI-lao, vi/here ths port VYorkem are refusing to handle cargo from Chilean steamers. No demonttra-tions hsve taken place. mm 1. Fudge. MAPLE AND CHOCOLATE DAINTIES. (Prom left to right.) . 2. Maple cream. . 3. Chocolate-dipped fruits. WHITE CORN SYRUP CONFECTIONS. (From left to right.) 1- Giaee nuts and fruits. 2. Mexican candy. 3. Peanut brittle, PEANUT BRITTLE 2 cups white corn symp. % cup shelled peanuts. 1 tablespoon vinegar. Boll syrup without stirring until it will crack when dropped in cold water (temperature 354 deg. Pahr.). Add vinegar and stir iu nuts just before removing from the fire, t'our on a greased pan. Break iu pieoeaVwheji cool. MEXICAN CANDY , (Divinity Fudge). 2 cups white corn syrup. 1 to 2 egg whites. 1 teaspoon vanilla. Boll the syrup to 248 deg. Pahr,, or until it makes a hard ball -when tried In cold water. Beat the egg whites stiff and pour-in slowly the boiled syrup, beating all tlie time. Add van-; lUa aiHd continue beating until ot a consistency to keep its shape' when dropped on waXed paper. Nuts; or fruits may be added when nearlydoiie. MOLASSES TAFFY 2 cups molasles. 1 JS.UP corn s^riip. 1 tablespoon vinegar. Boll molasses and corn syrup until brittle when" dropped iu cold water. Add vinegar just before removing from the fire,'; Pour Into a greased pan. When cool enougli to handle, pull \intil light 'polored. ^ Cut in small piecea with lai;ge shears oi' a sharp knife and place, in waxed paper to co'ol. � MAPlJE CREAM 2 cups maple.Sugar. % to 2-3 cup, milk. t/^ teaspoon butter. � Stir sugar and^.milk over the fire until sugar is aissolved. Then boil without stirring to 238 deg. l^ahr., or until mixture -will form a soft hall I when dropped in cold water. Remove Jfroni'flre, add butter and beat until thick and creamy. Pour into greased pan and mark in Squares when nearly cool. U.M.W.CIISE BEING APPEAlEO Calgary, Nov. 27.-The apjTeai court has been occupied during the whole ol Monday and Tuesday, hearing the arguments of counsel in the appeal by local Union 15o2 ot the_, United Mine' ! workers ot America against Hie iudg-j ment ot the Hon. Mr. Justice Slnnpons 1 in favor of the plalntjlfs, Willjft'njs and Rees, awarding dainages against the ! union for procuring the diBtalssSl. of j the plaintiffs from their employment with the Rose Deer Mining Company in October, 1917. The trial judge foimd that the union was liable In damages, i^n'A allowed each of the plaintiffs |435.00 for Joss of wages and ^100,00 general damages. Trades union questions have been the subject of a mass of legislation and litigation in England wlth'tho-re-' ntl-f that an enormous i.body of authority was.quoteflfty cotinsed on both .sides to the court, and in viow of the �. .�rf-'oe of the prmciule?-Invol-vod the court reserved its judgment. The two mala c"ostipns;at issue art whether the union, being -an unincor-j porated body, is. capable ot being sued ' at all, and whether the acts complained (ft constitute an actionable wrong in the courts. for which the pinlntifis can recover ' A. Macleod Sinclair, Calgary, and H. Ostlund, Lethbridge, appeared for the union, appellants, n.nd E. V. Robertson and .1. K. Paul represented the plaintiffs, respondents. RECEPTION TO KING i Paris, Nov. 281-Dull, cloudy weath-Lor, with heavy' rain at intei-vals, 'threatened to mar the re-' ce'ption Paris -svas prepared to give 'King George oh-his arrival from England. Nevertheless, flags and banners -were hung out everywhere by Parisl-ens, not only on the route to'be taken I by the processlbn, but on streets in ' all parts of the city. MAY BE A SPY. DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 28.-Anhia Dorifl, employed^ at a Uberty motor plant here, was,, arrested last night charged with violation of the Espionage Act iu connection with the disappearance of plans lor the airplane motors. Suspicion iwas directed to Miss Dorin by letters she had written to Ira .7. O'Malloy.'ft' motive uj[ia-J�rx under arrest'ia'Chicago, These m^rka on Rubber Footwear iliatinguish a DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM PRODUCT DoTfouAppreciaie RUBB iiv Wiivter "CHEAPER? RUBBERS are in the same class with Overcoats and H^avy Undemear -they are health protectors. Rubbers and Overshoes mean dry feet-and when your feet are warm and dry, you are not apt to catch a dold, grippe or pneumonia. Rubbers and Oven-shoes prevent you from sppping on icy sidewalks, Rubtei^ pfptect your sh<^s; nidit only save the leather, but make 'shoes last longer and hold their shape better all the timeycu are wearing them. There are six brands of Rubbers, sold by the leading shoe ^oyes, any one of which will give you long wear and satisfactory service- TtllSHAN WORE RUBBEIK THIS MAN DID MOT 1i Jacques Cartier'* Maple Uar* '^Merchants** Dominion** u it Gnmhy'* These are made in all styles and shapes to perfectly fit all shoes \^orn by men, women and children. Ask for these brands-they are the best to bvy^ �a J:vJ If 46 86??58 30 ;