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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTonnn 2, Tim LETimiVlDGE UA1O HR1UUJ fAGr. SEVEN Quality.' There is no finer cocoa produced than Cowan's Perfection 'in aroma, nourishing and delicious. FIND BODY OF A 11RAVE HUN AIRMAN Ilrltl-h Headquarters la Franco end Belgium, Oct. (By Iho Assoc- iated The body of Vtisso, Hie fimous German ariaior, has been found In the British llnre- Tho lieutenant was Xlllod ID a com- bal wllh. a BrKtEh airman. lie cJlod determloedly. Tho death of I.loul. Volte was re- ported unofficially from Amsterdam last. week. lie was Bald to havo boon killed la a. HEhl with hie fiftieth ad- versary. Th9 llculecant was cred- ited In German official report with having brought down 41 airplanes up to September 10. Montreal, vOcl. Local Presbyter lans aro looking forward with great In terest to the annual convocation or the Presbyterian College of Montreal Ihla evening, when tho fiftieth onnirer lary o[ the college will bo celebrate: iy the conferring' of a number of do distinguished graduale5 E. I. nexford. principal of the col eeo, mid Hov. William Halpli Crulck hants, will each receive lie degree r> Doclor ol Divinity- Trio dcsreo of U D. will be conferred on the following n abEeutla: Pastor Jean Do professor o new testament literature, at th school lor missions ot the Soclcto De Missions Paris, France; j 1'aslor Kennedy Anet, general secre- tary ot tho Egllea MIssloD-dlrc Dclse, Bruisells, Belgium and Prof ossor Ol- onvflnnl Luizl, a professor In the Theological Seminary ot the Waldeu- Ian church, Florence; Holy. Degrees will also lie conferred upon eleven alumni of the college. Rev. Prof. Hugh Black, o[ tho New York Union UKEMO.K: APPLE5 ta the Lunch Box Do yx Mother r .Aad dida'L it tMe goo4l Toor VUdin an Ukc dxy loo- ut tfaer'JI "O.K.- ap- from the Okanagan United Growers, Limited YUNGS B.C. A co-optralire organiia- n ol groirera, tm- PHONE Mra.-H. B. Johnston of AVIniilpef 3 Iho gutsL of Mrs. A. R. McUulro. G. 3, Hausch and her Iwo ouugor led for Calpornla .his aiornlug. They may _ jemala here (or a year. Owing lo tho visit of the vice-presi- dent or the Rsbehsii zsttmbly, Mr- 1 art's secllon ol Jlcbckaba will not meet tomorrow night. if Members ot llio Daughters and Multls ot E ne land, aro requested to bo oil hand early tonight so the whist drive can at S'p.ni.' All llcuefefilia aro Invited to tho liocnc ot Mrs. Swart. 1410 7th Ave., loinoirow nlghl at S o'clock, to meet tic vIcc-prcaldcDl ct Hie Itebckah asscmbly. Master George Asulla. the little ton of Mr. ana Mrs. O. D. Austin o[ Hal, formerly of Lotbbrldge, tho inlstorlunc Lo full and break his left leg below the knee. Tbo Tblstlo Sowing Circle meet at the hoaie of Mrs. A. Wilson (US 12th street A OB Wednes- day afternoon at 3 o'clock, for Red Cross sewing. Preparations are In prosresa by tho Women's Civic Club tor Iho Christmas parcels for the soldiers overseas. More' definite announce- ment be made later. The Golortb .Mission Circle of the United Church will meet tonight at .he homo of Miss Verna Henderson, Theological Seminary speaker of the evening. lie tho KHE I'rof. Alexander (iellvercd Ills lecl- uro at the Y. M. C. A. last night. The famous lecturer tooks for his subject and gave one of Iho most interesting, common- so thai Ims Iiccn delivered In the city for some lime. The professor had icveral things to say on character. The different stage; of Intelligence was outlined bj meana of skulls; from that of-a reptile lo that of the human, ehowlng the differ- ent angles at wli'lcli the brala le posed In relation to the spine until a perfect Intellectual head Is reached, tie made an Interesting and al times amusing comparison between lonff-headed mor- ally Incllncrl and those Tlth vrldc heads ol determination and strong .will. At tho closo of the lee lure a public examination was made ot the Loads ot several gentlemen wbo consented lo I undergo-Ilia operation, In which I'rot ..-Alexander'- demonstrated his poivers ot-character reading. Tonight another lecture will be given In which the professor wll speak on "Success In Life." Thta lect- uro will also take place to Ihe Y. C. A, and will be'free. ed. Ave. north, to sew for Ihe A full attendance it request- A. O. F. Court are bold- Ing n ratrlotlc dance in tho K, P. hall on iifght, Ocl, Slh.- In- may he obtained by phoning T. H. FleoLwood, 1SQ5, or A. Arnold, Mrs. Fckalorm and daughter, Cannlne, Lave returned to city ami will occupy iho lioiisc recently occupied by Mr. Den Jnmcs on 5tb Avc. Mr. Jnmos and family are to winter In Calllonila, Tho regular monthly .metllng ot Ladles Aid will be lield fo- morrow afternoon al 3 o'clock In the chuVch iiarlor. The hostesses aro Mcsdaines Taylor, Macdonald, eon and Buchanan. Tlie ladles arc reminded to bring all ibelr Royal Crown Soap coupons for Ike October CGl.CCllCE. i Tho young jieoplcs Dlulo Class of Ihc Unllcil Church. have arranged to hold a concert, on October 12, lo raise f un ds lo lielp send ji arcels to tii c soldiers at the front. All tho mem- bers of the class nrc asked to be present at Ihe'clnircfi on Friday even- ing al 8 o'clock Bharp lor a practise. l There will be a soldiers suower In lha First Daptlsl Church on Tliurstlay Qlternon from -l lo G, Ice cream and will DC served. All SWEET CLOVER" BRAND desirous of conlributlnff to thls.vror- thy cause can leave donations ql Iho church. A' free will offcrlnE will bo taken to defray coet oC postage, WAR MENU FOR'WEDNESDAY. Breakfut- sliced- Pcnch.CB" Corn Flakes --Milk Sugar Griddle cnfcea and Tea or Coffee Luncheon i CotHlsh .Balls Scalloped Potatoes Urown I! read Mllk> Sugar Apple Saiice Dinner Kidney Stew Mushed Potatoes Maslicd Turnips 'rune. Jelly Onlmeal Cookies _ Tho reclpea fnr Grl'ddlo Cakes and tfdney Slew arc as follows: Griddle cups Hour. caspoon salt, 2 cuj1s sour milk, ipQOna soda, 1 egg. IK and silt Hour, salt and sofla; nrtd sour and egg veil beaten. Drop by spoonfuls on a greased hot coofc on ope side, turn nnd cook on tno other. Serve with corn iJTHp. Kidney part, Irlm and slice the kldneya. Sprinkle wllh salt and pepper ami fry in buter. Hcriioro o a hoi illah. Cook some finely chop- jcd onlo'n In 2 tehlc's'iioona butler un- II brown. Add two tablespoons Hour nnd one cup boiling ivetcr. Put tho kidneys In.lhls nnd loofc flvo'minutes. Season to tasla and serve. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, K V, F. JONES, AM'I Gm'l. Minna .SIR JOHM AIRD.Or }V.C. BROWN, Sup'f cf Ceyitrftl Wrttln Branchu FUND, FARMERS'BUSINESS 1 l Farmers find Ihc 'service of this and satifr factory in the discounting and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes supplied free of charge. Lethbiidge Branch- R. T; Mgr. FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY -to- 500 YARDS CHIFFON TAFFETA. Black, navy, cop unhagc-D, reseda and dark Sfecial for Wednesday, per van) NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS FINE CLAY WORSTED. In saiall designs. Colors, light, medium or Uark grey, warranted all rt rn wool. 52 Inches wide. Specially priced, yd. HAIR LINE STRIPED SUITINGS. Xavy blue with hair line while Elriuc. 1 in. or half hi, apart. 50 Inches wide. Warranted alt wool and fast O rtft color. Special, per COVERT COATINGS. In fawn or grey. Splendid qunUly anil fast color, E4 Inches wide. o Special, per FINE QUALITY TWEED. Dl Inches. Specially adapt- ed lor ladles' or children's coats or for boys' suits 54 inches wide. Fawn, brown ;or grey. 1 7C Special, per vartl...................... DRESS SILK VELOURS, 3D inches. XtgRcr. Copen- hagen, Russian green or black. Specially adapted Tor afternoon gowns. per yard UiOv CHILLY WEATHER MAKES YOU THINK OF THE COMING WINTER. GET YOUR SUPPLY OF UNDERWEAR NOW. ALL WOOL, PART WOOL, AND ALL COTTON. LONG SLEEVES, ANKLE LENGTH; ROUND NECK AND SHORT SLEEVES: "V" NECK AND SHORT SLEEVE COMBINATIONS OR PIECE. SWEATEES haiHps' anil cliHtlren'H All wool with caps to inalcli. Colors of brown ;uid KoU, Copen- hagen and M'hllc. TOSO and white, black and Plrtln .colors of while, trinvn, jiavy anil black. Priced from ?2.75 to ...l 1 CORSETS L'oisL'l values for Wednesday. Neatly m.idr, well honed. Six supporters. Strong coutll. Values -i n to 53.00 Special liOO NEW SILK TJXDEIWEAR In crepe Ac chene In nlglit dresses, combinations. knickers and A beautiful selection to cboosc from. l.'75c HEN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR. In 2- piece garments. Special, per garment. BOYS' ULSTER OVERCOATS. Made ot Iwecd and chinchilla In brown, light grey and dork 17 srey. Special........................... I Ay -'MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. in ncsiilar 5Cc. Special....................... 4UC MEN'S FINE IRISH LINEN HEMSTITCHED nf ..HANDKERCHIEFS. Special, cacli....... LjC MEN'S KHAKI HANDKERCHIEFS. n'p' Special, 3 for LOC BEST ENGLISH SATIN. In green, blue or red p A llowered'.patterns. 35 Inches, A'ard JvC 25c 69c CURTAIN SCRIM. Colored border. 36 inches Vide. Yard PLAIN GREEN SHADES, Heavy quality. 3fi .inches wide. Special, each.............. Boots and Shoes CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER WITH KID TOP BOOTS. tJulton.or lace slylc, Wide filling. rn Sites 3 to 'I. Special 1.0" VEN'S BOX KIP BLUCKER BOOTS. Wide n OA lltllng. Sizes 5 lo 11: Special J.5" LADIES' DONGOLA KID HOUSE SLIPPERS. "Wiilc flLUng wllh medium low heels. 3 lo -t OQ 7. Wednesday only 1 HEN'S HEAVY TAN CALF WORK BOOTS, liegula. (ton nrmj- Icalhcr slock. Sizes 6 lo II D.UU LADIES' FELT BOUDOIR SLIPPERS. M'llh (in silk pom poms. Speclnl M'calHij' in liirg-c economy cases, Hmvrapiied.' Sii'ccial. Blue Ribbon Tea, Ifc.pkt. Royal Cleanser, 3 for 24c tbs. 23c Koyal Excelsior Dates, 2 for 25c Sjjc'fllcijs Kaishis, jicr.pkgr. 10c. A very prclly took placo on Wednosdny last ot 8 o'clock, at Ihe homo of Mr. ivnt] Mro. 3. Krlc MOiiall, ClaroBhoIra. Alia., when Helen Ili.'ssell, danghler ot Mr. Unil Mrs. DaylilMoIr, or OtLnwn, ynllcil (n mjrrlnBO lo Coclmin Dnice, i-ountcr son of Dr. and Mrs, McClel- Innd, of Oaloaburg, Illinois The cere- mooy was pcrCormed by Dr.. Unrf, lolhef of'.llio groom.' Tlie wed' ding music woa plnycil Mr. W. 0. Moltall. Tho brlilo looked very prcl- ty ns she entered tho drawing room leaning on her lather's arm, wearing n-dnlnly gown o[ wlilto silk tullo over ellTcr t'esiio wltli (ulla bridal veil which hung gracctully over tho Ivory EAtla Irnln, nnd cArrylne n shower bonntict of brfilnl roses and fern. JIl.is .Mnbel Hair', olalcr pt Iho brldo, nctcd mnlil o! lionor, wear- Ing a drca of ehcll pink (affc'-d and silver Isce and MrrylnB a ot sale plnh binls. Mr. Tlmblhy o( Spring Coulee, ncUd as hesl man. Durlnif Die 1ns of the reglntcr Wss MoffalL Bang very cweelly, "Love's Corona- tion." The groom's gift la Ihe maid of honor wns a whole pearl ring with blacK onyx sctlnK and