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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TUB LETflBRlDGE DAILY IiT.RALD OCTOBER 5, 1017 II Don't Waste, Don't is plenty of footl for all if you will .only do.your bit' in preventing waste. Demand the whole wheat grain in breakfast foods and bread. Shredded Whe at Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wast- ed, every particle utilized. It contains more real nutri- ment than meat, and costs much less. For any meal with milk: and fruits Sensational Revelation of Charges of Hun Intrigue Paris. CM. Louis 3. Malvjr. ter- mer, minister o.'ou- M. President, lo verify foundation of these accusallons by o vestigation which ;would be an easy matter for you. aud to do prompt justice, for it Is reported that Ger- many, lo causo (rouble in-l-e public mind, ts gelling ready lo -M. .Malvy away n Moio as use- less to her cause. "Tho ouly means lo destroy the se'agalnsi German espionage, (ieruian plans therefore act llrat j ,e started Ions before Ihe war. and bring before the military Irl- huntils the wretch who has delivered tYance to the morsel by mor- sel. "la any way, fulfilling what I be- lieve is my duly as n Frenchman, i with regard lo you, M. President, I j Hi -laic with a view lo laler evcnl- UBlItta, remain, "Very respectlully, Uaudet." The chamber waited on'M. Daudel's and Coats-New Skirts and Dresse5 WAISTS AND K1MONAS AXI) UNDKlt- SKiliTS, NKW1IOS1E15Y AND GLOVES, NEW DUESS GOODS AND SILKS, NEW KNITTED COATS AND MATCHED SKIS, NEW FUR COATS, NECKPIECES AND MUFFS. TAKEN ALTOGETIIEK OK AS INDIVIDUAL DEPARTMENTS 15 Y FAK THE FINEST STOCK OF FALL MERCHANDISE WE HAVE EVER HAD TO SHOW, AND IN FACE OF PRESENT DIFFICULT MARKET CONDITIONS, VAL- UES IX NEARLY EVERY LINE AUK AS GOOD AND IN MANY CASKS BUTTER THAN THOSE OF A YEAR AGO. In support of The charges Malvy and a subpoena was sent o'liini today but lis failed lo appear, he public awaits with eagerness urtaer developments In the affair, vhlch In France ilwarls almost every Iher topic. The teit of M. Uaudel's loiter to I. 1'oincarc says: "1 address my- elf to you because It Is important hat you should be informed of what 10 longer Is n secret for many people nd because you bare a great rrJe o play and can save France. -Monsieur Jlahy. termer minister t the Interior, is a traitor. He has ictrayet! lae national defence lor hrea years with the complicity of accusalions, M. I'alnleve declared, and lual II within JS hours, M. Daudet bad not proved bis charges, severe measures would be taken him. At Ihe conclusion ot the session a vole of confidence In the government was carried by a vole ot 35 lo 2. One quarler of Ine members abstaining i from vollng. Wmntpeg, Oct. P. Archi- bald ol the department of Justice, Ottawa, who is in the west on, his annuAl inspection of the penitentiar- ies o[ the Dominion, in an Inttirvi eight, spoke with great enthus- iasm end optimism ot the success of the., parole on parole are dolug eicep tlonally he said, "and we have Tory few complaints. In the elghteen years since 'the inception of the work PASS INSURANCE BILL Washington. Oct. the OOiJ mastmum Iiisiirance plan restor- ed, as urged by the administration aod with an additional provision rais- ing General I'ershitig. command ing the American forces In France, and Major General Bliss, chief ol slaif, lo the rank oC general, the soldiers and sailors Insurance bill, carrying hn ap- propriation of was.passed last night by Ihe senate. breath bad; has stomach ache, sore Vc have released on parole tU'roat, diarrhoea, full of cold, giye a, prisoners (rom the various InstUutlona of -California .Syrup ot o( punishment In the Dominion. Pram in a few hours atl the foul, constipated waste, undigested looS find sour tile gently move- out of Ita litHo bowels without, griping, and rou have a well.-playlcl child again. You needirt cqsi slcfe children lo take Ihl3 harmless "fruit Ihey lore delicious Usle. and-li Iways makes them feel splendid. Usk your drassist for a 50-cenl bottle of "California Syrup of TV h IcJ i has directions for babies, child rcn of all ages and for grown-ups the bottle. Beware o( cown here- sure you ge the genuine, ask to see that it is made lnV "California Fig Syrup Company.' illefuse any other bind with contempt Repaired L1 (jrates anil Gears for All Kinds of Traclioii Engines. rr.anijFftcture and have In itctV Deep Well Pumps, Roll Grinders and Piste G. KLSCIIELL Lesaae of the Lethbrldgc Ircn Works. of pu this number 374 licenses have Leen revoked for non-compliaace with con- dition of license or 3.C6 per cent. The number of licenses forfeited or sub- sesuent convlctloug Is 260, or 2.53 per cenL, making a lolal of loszea to the sysleni, 631, or 6.19 per cenL.' Mr. Archibald adds Lbat S.711 per- sons hare completed their probation and are now enjoying full citizenship, He also alnted thai since the out- break of war 122 men who had ob- ialried Lbelr release on parole, volun- teered for overseas service.aud had done exceptionally well, some having risen from Ine ranhs lo commission- ed offkershlpR. while others have been mentioned In dispatches for bravery and distinguished conduct, subsequently receiving liie D. S. 0. Mr. Archibald yesterday Inspected the Stony Mountain penitentiary at which he says conditions QIC "excel- Today he leaves lor Prince Albert. 1 Pekln, Oct. Dikes on the Haang-rjo, or Yel- lowy river, have been broken by floods at two places near Puchow, in the eastern part of Shantung province, iccording to government reports. The water is flowing In a northeasterly direction and prob- ably will enter the grand canal. This, it ia feared, will aggravate the situation at-Tien Tsin where there has been no abatement in the rise of the Sale of Newett Cioth Coats TWEEDS AND PLAIN CLOTHS IN VERY LATEST STYLES. Finest Plusli Coals, iilaiu and fur (riniiiicii. fjslj.OO (o llaiulsoine Vcloiir doats. Biir- navy, lit'own. Priccrt''. iti32..W to Coihfoi'tablc Coals. An ex- ceptionally fine slocJi. ami iliii'iiblc.- lixdctlenl styles. lp l-i-ia.OO Ilauilsonic Suits. Serges, cheviots, iionlins "etc. to............... X.... Lovely New Skirts. Silks, serges and novelties in ours, etc. in etc. Clarke Co. THE LADIES' STORE 612 3rd Ave. S, j Phone 453 Exceptionally Large Stock of Hosiery Gloves, Corsets Under- wear Wool Host. Heavy rib for boy's and girls school wear. C' lo 10 in sue. -I ftA 85c to....................l.UU l.OQ LOG 5.00; 5.QO: Ladles4 Cashmere Hose. 50c to.................. Ladies' O. S. Hose. Special Ladles' Union Suits. J1.50 Is Ladies' O. S. Union Suits J3.00 to........ Children's and Girls' Union Suits' Sizes 20 lo 32. 51.50 lo Girls' Cashmere Hose. Sizes C to 10. Fine riubcd. Old values. 45c lo I OC Children's Cashmere' Hcse. Fine 'rithed. Blnck. cream, shy and pink. 40c to 2.50 An Unmatchable Value in Ladies' Rat Coats DARK RICH COLORS, 50 INCHES LONG, VERY FULL SWEEP, SIZES TO Lovely Hudson Snil Coals. Ex- iTllunl styles......___Si200.0fl rincHl Caiindiiin. Ik'avcr Uonts. Full, cosy fUling stylos. Ucsl Canadian Fox Sets. Muff and animal Finest Fox Sets. Mviff and cape stole. "Finest Natural Wolf Sets. Many new sliapes.... to Iceland Fox Sets. Cane, stole and novelty muff.......... SH2.50 MANY OTHER KINDS OF FURS IN SEPARATE GARMENTS AND MATCHED SETS MAKE UP AN EXCELLENT STOCK. Clarke Co. THE LADIES' STORE 6123rd Avc. S. Phone453 board :enlres from which .arrangernenls arc made bandllng1 Uie large.numLer i[ men called MiliLary Ser-: rice Act, hare been established, Dominion. They, are dlslrftjuled' according to the recomj mendatioiJ or Ihc 'general olficera s' Ihe various military dis- Amsterdam, pet, firat great efTort to inakc the neir war loan a success lakes tliD term of a full page in thn landing German papera'. In part the Jiolfcc saya: ".Money needed for easy terms, allowing time. You reckon what you can cari In the forthcoming weeks and months', deduct, the cost of living atid then see what you can lend the fatherland." Iricts who act upon; their knowledge ot geographical conditions and railway. facilities In (heir locajjtj. Provision Is made for thti creation of as many travelling nedical hoards as and some are now In process of form'atlon. The Question of Increasing the number of permanent medical boards Is rc> celvJng the careful attention'of the various district officers commanding HELP FROM THE PATRIOTIC FUND Men Selected Under the Military Ser- vice Act Are Assured'of It by Resolution Ottawa, Oct. now krio thai, so far back as June, 1917, the ci' cculive of the- Canadian Patriotic Fund bail decided to granl the same assistance to the men select ed under the Military Service Act a? to the men already enlisted, in the matter ol payments Lo dependents. On IJune 14, 1917, at a meeting In Ottawa, Llhe executive committee ot the lund passed a resolution providing tSat, In the event of ihe government's passing and enforcing legislation providing for a. measure o[ selective drattjng, the dependents of the men so selected "be entitled Lo the same assistance aa the dependents of the men who have vol- Unner Lim ?Mililary Service! of course, willi the first class unmarried msn. end widowers without children, not a great many arc cipected to require assistance for do-' pendents from the E'alrlotlo Fund, al- though each cose will be considered careCully. WUh assistance, where needed. From tlte Fatriollc Fund, Lho men selected under the Military Service Act will re reive even' convenience and right ot the men already enlisted. Their status Vlll uc assured. HEAVY FROST IN WEST. Winnipeg. OcL frost" experienced at tiuilG 'a- number 15, being IS, Vorliion, Picirson, Cypress Ulver 20, j Wolsacvaln Rcglnti and llranclou of points in tho west las't.night. Tho i 23, .and; Winnipeg lowest temperature recorded was ai with Ihc "tliermpineter at ASSAIL UNION MAN Montreal, OcU Gus- tav Francq was verbally assailed at the Tardea and Labor Council's meeting last night because of his al- titude at the recent Lnide congress at Ottawa In favor of cor.scrSptlon and an ciUempt was mndc lo have him censured liy thfe nnil labor council. This (ailed because it waa pointed out by President Foster that Delegate Fr.incq had rot-been Incon- sistent In his Ft ami. LAEOR 'present organization we prepared than ever ID supply; r4qulrc- plenty of 'Farm Labor.'arriylng daily. Also licens- ed by the too and in- spected by fjo matter labor re-" qulrements' Eatisfjctlon. we 'have. farms, WRITE OR RHONE us Agency P. O, Box 268 Of HudsoD'eTlay Company Calgary and Edmontoi: FARM Agency Traction Engihb are, well.-reqiijpptd .to handle .all kinds ..pi rtpalr work on either or. Only, high .claw our 'you prices 'that 'arc'' rlghL, NIVEN 218 First Ave. S. Phons 17J2 LETHBRIDCE SCHOOL' DISTRICT NO. 51 PROPERTY Scaled marked lenders (or property will Lc received by ihe un- dersigned until and not later than noon Wednesday, Octotsr IQlh, 1017, for the puruhasa of the undermention- ed proper (ted either for the buddings only, or for the buildings and lota up on which the same are aUunfcd. Building and lota known as "Courtletid EfrccL" School, aliilated on Lhe'CQTDcr of 4th Street and 6th Ave S., comprising lols No, and 30, bJocJt 63 "LelliuMdse 43ft3 3." 2. UiilldJnj? )tnown as Sired Sdiool" situated on the corner nt 16th Street and olh Avc. A, N, com prying No. 2, Block 11, bridge Tlic hlglicat. or nny tender no tcceaiarlly be accepted, A certified cheque for 5% ol lh< itmoUnt must accompany each tcndc under the usual c6ntHtlong, fifty further JnformtiUon may bo oil (alncu on appiit-allon lo Llic unJcraigr cd, J -----r. PLEETWOOD, Sccrelary-Treagure New Fall Fashions in Shoes for Women We are showing an assemblage of the latest, and most popular ideas women's fall and winter of them very attractive. The shoes included in these displays hardly need good qualities arc apparent "on the face of but to bring them forth For your inspection. And when you buy our footwear, you invest your shoe money very get the maker's guarantee awl can't make a mistake. We carry (he best Canadian makes and offer splendid values. We invite your inspection. Here, Men, is a fine showing of V' :Smart new Shoes Men who appreciate a lively lasts ami moderate, prices arc going (o like, it. You'll fiml this is a store of extra goojll shoe service means value, style, fit, rciuVcif Yliat kind..'We've set''precedents as marks to !w excelled instcadlbf we've gone' through with odr determination, 'I Our new fall lines represent, (op notch styles and new and wise, investiilcuts for shoe im.Vct's. agents for The Slater Shoe. Look fo'r.Hic sign of the sliiic, HUFNER --The THIRD AVENUE SOUTH BESIDE MERCHANTS' BANK ;