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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRlDTiE DAIT.T HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOHUH v What is Crushed Coffee? Briefly, Crushed Coffee is coffee that has had the beans crushed between steel rollers with just enough pressure exerted to break the beans into clean, even grains from which the bitter chair and dust are easily separated by air Resulting in a coffee so pure that no egg is needed to settle it. Red Rose Coffee is as easy to make as Red Rose Tea, and its flavor, aroma and smoothness are a delight as com- pared with the ordinary ground coffees. Sold only in double-sealed air-tight cans to keep it good. The same price as it iras three years ago. 6" Red Rose (FtP--n Oir Own Cor res per i ecU- Raroas. Ocl. A dancs was heM in C'aniiausay on Friday tvcnlni? at v.l. Uli a number or llarons were ijrcsect alt roportcJ tn ii in e. The topic of lie day Ifi that a niov- t :r.s plctuio efcDW and skating .Ink Is to bo had in thu near future ,'.u.l vri'.li r. few occasional we ,-MI suy artier' all lhat Dtrcns !s iiol so Telegraphic Briefs BRUSH FIRE Fillmore. Calif.. Oct. 3. A large force of men were a brUFli fire which yesterday caused the deaths oE at leasl fix persons and destroyed pipe Hues, buildings and other prop- erty valued at JOINS QUEBEC GOVT. Quebec, Oct. 4.-F. W. Vilas. M.L.A. for Drome, was today appointed to the legislative council for Ihe division of replacing the Hon. F. E. Gllman, deceased. JOIN THE STRIKERS. Buenos Aires, Oct. ol the government railroad joined the rants of lue striking railroad men last night. The strike Is general anil no Trains on any railroad in Ihe republic. LOAN TO BELGIUM. Washington, Ocl. United Slates government today advanced Knottier in addition to previous loans of month .for sir and a special loan made seme time ago of 300. MISSIONARY.KILLED. Oct.' EdivarJ Thomas an Indian missionary Grand Beach, Man., was killed when i team ol horses which lie liatl been driving ran away. He was 73 years if age and had labored for man: fears among the Indian reserves Ijlie Winnipeg. DROPPEQ DEAD Winnipeg. Ocl. II. T. Les- lie, an Xngllcan minister, dropped 'dead while visi'Jng Ihe house ol a trlend in, Winnipeg yesterday. lie Was about siily years of age and had seen connected with the Chalyn Immigration chaplaincy. POLICEMAN'S UNION Calgary, Oct. attempts arc befng made to organize a union among the constables of the Calgar> police force was disclosed by a Icl'.c trom Chlet Alfred Cuddy 10 the com bilaaioners this morning protesting igainst the more. 'Millions of tins for the boys at the front t needed to pack their pork beans, (rieirmilk, etc Don'l -do a tingle thing to atop that supply of tin. You don't lo buy biscuit in tins. Our syslJm oi frequent 'prompt shipments lo dealers o{ bncuit in paraffine-liiied card- board cartons brings you trie nicest, freshest biscuits you have ever without a tin oeing used. Try, SonvMor Biscuit in the triple-sealed, carton only. It's a duly [to the (in supply. Your dealer has Som-Mor Biscuit 'ot can get iSem. GREATER PRODUCTION. Moose Jaw. 'Oct. is IN CALGARY. Cals'ary, Ocl. Gen. George V. Stiff of Ottawa, arrlv r.Sc Is licinp bulll next, lhc on MalnNetrcet. Is A new >sl oHieo a proof to anyone IhaLthc urous district Is very prosperous when a good sized rauuol acoimuoiUie the owners ot curs. Mr. M. U. lialdwin ppcnt Ibe wj end In bridge. J. Warnock Is atlU In I, bridge hoffital but we are glad to re port lhal she la recovering nicely. Mr Keller's residence Is alriios bulk anil Is going to add to "tho" at ponranco, of Iho neighborhood'.' li which it is, we liad ajev more residences fiere like Instead of so many unfinished-.Jiunj aldws Uarons .would present a bttic tppearance to ilr Poptmm nils s due-------... 'to the business, men by having-hi office remodelled and jiaintetl. rs'oi Is the time to -dean pp and pain ivhen the wwilher is fine. AVe do not wish n t all lo In r: back Ihe universe.. ir. rnnl adopt a few things from "Evangcline' n. MoiherwclL will address the Can-jTime" for example the curfew.1 Ho1 clion Club of North Ifattleford on I sweet (be sound would be? As th Ylday. Octcber'S, on the subject o[ I great poet Gray 'expresses hu though reater production. This is one ol the) by saying, "The curfew lolls the kne eetinea arranged In connection with I ol parllntj day." Then we might loo Creator Production Loan. out r.nrt behold the happy children o (heir homeward end we may res assured too thai they will not be lal for school on the following day an all lessons prepared.' But IBS I end d in itfec ity last night and hold Uiis we have .Who this morning with the 0- C- of .Miliiary District No. lo nd the provincial military reslstrar. CEREALS SHORT IN MEXICO .Meiico City, Ocl. delegation om the National chamber ol com- merce called upon President Car- mza last night to advise him (hat le shortage of cereals throughout ie repuolic was growing tery Brave, RECORD YEAH' Victoria, H.C, lotal va- te of the products of British Cohim- ia farms in 191G was a ecord year, aceordfng tn figures ]ust ed by the department ol agrlcul- ure., This compared with J31.127.SOO year." DENIES IT Hegina, Oct. 3.--There have ersltent rumors in Iht city Iliai Dr. Croll, who has been overseas and who is now In eastern Canada, will :ome (o Kegina to take up the work of i. D. C. M.'S. for Military District 12 and that Major Gorrell is going OTet- eas. A direct denial of Ihis rumor the Canadian Press today Captain Arnold." CENTRAL PRESBYTERY negioa, Ocl- Central Preaby- ery of ihe Union churches of western Canada, irhich Includes all union churches In Ibe territory between the Manitoba boundary and the third meri- dian, are is session hero today. AdmlnlF.traltro questions only will be dealtwlth and administrative mat- ers arising from reports will be dis- posed of. COL. PERRETT WqUNDED Eask., Oct. T. E. Pcrrelt, former principal of the Re- inn normal school who went over- JQ command of the GSth-battal- on Is reported as dangerously wound tJ. Ke was struck In (he head bj iharpnel according to an official tele- gram received by Mn. Petrett today ad is now In general hospital, FYance. He went lo the firing lino ULLIa over a month ago. HOMELESS London, Oct. Shanghai dls patch to Renter's says lhat aa Ihe result, of a typhoon which swept fiver Tokfo on Monday are homc- ess and lhat 138 arc deed and 21 mis sing. -Tbe number of Injured Is anjj houses were demolish ed. Telegraph and Eerrlce and railway traffic 'were Internipled Even worse damage la reported lo hare been Inflicted In Ibe rural dls Irlc'la. Many Villages between Kioto and Osaka have been Inundated by rfiowlng rivers arid It Is fearet that considerable IOIB of life Hultcd. NffltCllOBE A new [arm known as Cterelad'J tractor, tHe Feature trhlch If the melhori o! and Ihe puft'er developed by machine, is lelnc demonstrated to morrow al Ihe .Voijlo ('arm at Xoblc ford, by'lhe Foundry Products Co. o Calgary, selling afenll for Iho Ira tor. The demonstration win last th UWOHTOK, AlU. blame? Auto Accident The other- day as Dr. wa motoring out in the country, by som way, hb( car upset and threw ritler out. The doctor is now suffer-1 ing from a broken collar bone and a dcco gash in the hea'il, hut very fort- unate it uas lhat a more serious accident occurred np- pears that the car turned over onbe 'e'bd then made another half turn re- maining last on one side. School Concert Great plans are now being .laid for the comics school Christmas concert, and a. school rink to be built on the schogj grounds. A number of young men and women .el in the church.on Frl- ay erening at eight o'clock (o forjn church.choir and, practice for the orains Sunday. .Threshing About "Finished Thre'shlng around the Barons dis- icf seems to be coming lo a close, rerybody Is uow busy drawing Lheir in. they seem to be taking good ad- entage of Ihe line weather. Sherwood anil daughter, guests f air, and Mrs. C. S. .N'oble, are lear- ns for Iheir home ou Monday. CARMAXGAY (Froai ihe Sou) The ratn on Wednesday night put stop to threshing on Thursday, but ie machines are all busy again lo- ay. There are'a number of machines at work In this district and the weather holds good for two weeljs more threshing will be-com- Icled. Taken on Ihe whole ihe grain s yielding a little belter than was ooked for, and It is safe to say lhal ummerfaUow groin will ykid an aver- ge'ol 30 bushels lo Ihe. acre hi HID district, while crops on prlng plowing and stubble land will aslly average 20 bushels lo Ihe aero. Ve have heard of very Few afubblc rops that hare gonp. unllcr lhc 20 mark. whIJe many hare gone as high aa 25 to'-2C and some 30 bush- els to lhc acre. The wheat has grad ng heller this rear lhan It has ever done In the pasl. Over 90 per rent, of the wheat shipped from Carmangay his year has graded N'o. 1 Northern J. F. Snyder and H. McDonald each received, returns cars this week lhat graded NTo. 1 Hard. J. J. fias'itervillc was In tfalgary this woK' where he closed a deal Cot the sale of Ills farm of two sections to J. H. Vancourt, of Cs.'gary- The price paid for the (arm was 536 HH acre, a total of considered a ;ooii price for land eleven mllca from town. Mr. BaBkervlllo -had a crop on the farm Ibis year. Mr, Das-} kerrllle has not decided where ho will locale permanently as yet, but will probably move lo LtlhbrCdgc Tor the winter, where his daughtera arc now nltendlnK high school. .The new own- er will lake possession, as soon as he can sell hla slock and Implements and make, arrangements, to vacate (he premises. Mr. and lira. Tlaskcrvlllc _ ;n residents of lhc Carmang.iy tllatrlct for. twelve years, anil have lieen of the highest lype; the Carrflangay dlalrJcl will regrcl their removal. When we announced Iwo weeks ago lhal HcTgi. S. Parkinson had re- ceived, tho Distinguished Conduct Medal In France, his parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. (1. Parkinson, had not heard any particulars of case, And It was nut until they had read the fol- lowing account In the papers of Fri- day last, lhat they found out why he waa decorated wllb the much coveted cnlli-e Jay "at the N'oble farm and I medal. Following Is what appeared In those ffho are Interested are Invited to be iireaonl.. The demonstration will Include the handling of plows, dlscers, harrowe, seeders, hauling loaded wagons, and doing other on Iho farm. Jt Is likely thnl a large number of farm- era will be present to Witness Iho UemonUrallon. the Jfst of Canadians ap- pearing In the dally papen Sergt. W. 9. Parkins led a hotoblng party, clearfng alt of Friday ;l. W. 9. ParkltisoA, cavalry, dred yards end bombing nineteen dug- outa A', N, Mclnfyrc i 60, report lhc enlc ot the of Mra, A. J, Orlfflti, con- elsttns of half a section to T. J. Hyde, WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S READY- TO-WEAR GARMENTS OF STYLE AND MODHKATELY THE BEST AVE'VH'EVEK MADE, STOCKS AKE NOW AT THEIR 1JEST. MAKE YOUK SELECTOR X'OW AM) IF NOT PREPARED TO TAKE IT, WILL KESEKVH IT TOR Y OU11Y MAKING A SMALL DEPOSIT. SWELL COATS AT I'ure wool tivced Coats It. dark mixtures, lialf lined; belted or plain styles. Priced n( S-HnM, fltS.OO ;ind .fttO.OO RICH PLUSH COATS "Sails" iilush, full lined, collars, belled slylcs, full length. Prk-ps, Ve lour and Broadcloth r Coats LalesL slj-les in colors vof bccl red, ulne, laxpe, Ercen, brown ami black; full skirls End high belts Priced at ;uul f? 10.00 VERY PRETTY SILK DRESSES AT All new styles in Taffeta silk some nave Gcorgcllc sleeves; colors, navy, copcn and rose. VeV.v Su'ccial Yiilnu at...... NEWEST MODELS tl Crepe-de-Chene and Rich Chiffon Taffeta Dresses In. Ibe new strides or Magenta, Russian grcoii, ydccp navy aiid black. Prircrt up to FIXBGEORGE'ITE WAISTS peach and flesh. pn_ each EKED AND KI5ADEI) GEOltqETTE AND 'CKEl'E WAISTS- Showing all Ihe new delicali colorings. Priced al each _ GIRLS WINTER COATS ages 0 (o 11 years, ID Iwceds, plush and wool velours. Priced at up to LITTLE GIRLS' WINTER COATS Dear Clolh, flush and corduroy In while, Ian, MUG nnd brown. at, each and Knit Sweater Coals for the whole "Men and Children .Fiirc .wool garments by IICBL makers In a-big variety of styles and Women's Sweater (o Meii'H Cciats to Hoys''Sweater ijii.OO Girls' Sweater Coats (o WATSON'S AND PENMAN'S UNDERWEAR FOR ALL COM- BINATIONS OR fwo PIECE SUITS. FOR WOMEN Combinations at up to Vests ami -Drawers at, each 75c, TOK GIRLS Combinations....... and Vests and Drawers, each 50c, 73 c, and Combinations ami S3.50. >Shiiils.suid each.....75c ami -EOKMEX V -Well Stocked in Every iDepardncnl for Oie and Winter Business. THE SIMPSON COMPANY LTD. rnr OFFICE N .Drawers (o SJ. ol Trinco Albert, Sa paM waa an sere. Carman-gay branch of lhc lied society hafe forwarded J160 lo tho head office al Calgary, to ho used lo furnish Alockfnga [or tho wounded soldiers In hospllala ovcr- seas. H la almosl ImpnsslljlR io V.ecp a supply of gasoline In town Ihla fall, an lliere has been a shortage week of lile. A lank was Wed- nesday of fhls week containing gallons and In Iwo days II all gone and thc.thrcshct'rnen were call- ing for raorfc -U-.1' Hank Fanning hw fiifttfti Hie Uco. Irish half Mellon' adjfMhg the town on (ho west, for 435 m tat, The price POILU ADMITS COWARDICE French Soldier of 23 First One Tried for Thai Crlma In the War. dial frcncli soltKep 16 plcatl guilty (o cowardice' during (he three years ol war has Jiisl hccn Irletl hy court martini. lie la Stephen DCS- a dORcrLcr, 23 years uld. An alfbnfBt who made a utttriy nt tho pris oner's mentality lold Iho court: "Dessulles la an cmtXIcmal chanci- er. Ho U afraid of thunder nnd other 'things, (bul not .filiacancd fear AS lo render ilitfcaso one of mania.'Al first he did his duty nl (ho I rent, bul allowed himself, to bcfiorno moro oTially Ihiin-a normal man. Hut lo say that ho deserted under Iho Jr- rcsbllftlq IntUeiico of fear IB pdlng too far. He was simply In otter Ihti uarac resistance; to thQ clnotlon of as tin ordinary man." The rjcstrier aalil; "f rnn conqtllu- Uonally llmld. In my family we arc nearly all ftkc Ihaf. t nm afraid ct everything." Aftkcd If he tnoiiglit him- Belf Jolng his duly if SCTI! hack to the front, he earnestly; "f will do my her'., bvL 1 am nol cer- Inln." court scnlcnced hlhi. to two yenra' Imprlsorwicnt, hul gavr him the bcn'cfll.. ot the? flraf 'offenders Jaw, wllh the result thai he will he re- turffod ImmeAlnlsly to RELIQION FIR9T .The Surjcrlntondcnl of a country school [Il6d claim Tor excmplton cau.ic, ho finM, ha wna lhc only maa who cquhT nhly conilucl (he Sunday school and lo close the school woulil he a linnlshlpj aa It Is five miles from the ntarcal (Knn.) Weekly, nopresonlallve T. J, of Ala- bama, declares, lhat lhc alleged pro CJcrmnn ftftlivltlcs o[ Senator Idle nnd llcnre-scnlallmi Jlaaori anil Hrlllan, of Illinois, and Dacr, ot Morllj bc ;