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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 13, 1915. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY FIVE fine riflj, straight leg, Moire Silk Hair Ribbons An Ideal Hair Riibbon, in all the new uhad-es, width 5 to 6 inches, extra special at it's Here! A New Coat For That Big Girl Of Yours. THIS SEASON we have u dozen or so Misses' Uoals, with style enough to pleuse fastidoim ai a' prleo to suit tho mothers. No two coats are alike and each coat with the same style and finish tlie ihest ladies' coats in the store. Coats worth for Smart Coats, made from Tweeds with velvd collars nnd cutt'H, some are belled, some with flare skirts. SIzea to fit big glrla at 14, 10, 18, and. 20 years. A splendid showing; at and Underwear and Hosiery For the Growing Girl Girls' Vests lor Drawers in all sizes from 4 to 18 years combinations in three different grades, tout we make mention of two lines hard to get. A big girl's combination, or rather a combination at !'5c and Girls' Vests or Drawers at GDC each. RIBBED LISLE black only silk finish, 1% to for........ OUU RIBBED CASH. HOSE, in fljlack or tan Cft Coatings By The Yard For those who like to make their Girls' Coats we have a splendid lot of Coatings in blanket, Chin- chilla and boucle at Aft Medium Priced Dress Materials to be Made Up into School Dresses This year when rlress materials arc very scarce, you will appreciate a ibargaln like this. We hav-e placed on sale 200 yards of all-wool British Serges. Gaberdines, Fancy .Tartans, Checks, Cord Velvets, Crepesrr-in every shade'imaginable. Worth all the way up to 69c Rylands Co. The Biisjr Store. W. Murr, arrested in Butte, -Mon- tana, and brought back to Lethbridge on charge ot forging the namo of W. Calgary, to a cheque for and cashing it at the bank ot! Nova Scotia, here, wau sentenced this morning by Magistrate JCltou, .to. .six I months in the provincial jail. Murr IK a married man with a family. Mag- istrate Elton remanded him for -sen- tence n week ago, on the .understand- ing that he might enlist. However, Murr madu no move to do sent down this morning. Knox College Has Repudiated Views of Chicago Ditiine Toronto, Oct. 13. senate of Knox College, at its regular autumn meeting, held yesterday, ordered to be placed on record a resolution re- pudiating the views of Rev.' Profes- sor (i. L. Robinson, of McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, who on the same day that he received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from the College, stated in .'an interview that Great Britain was as much to blame as Germany for the war and voiced very derogatory opinions. His re- marks were characterized bv the Sen- ate as offensive, unjustifial.f.e and ex- tremely discourteous. The question of rescinding the degree was not press- ed. A beautiful complexion to Insure The regular use of Lifebuoy Soap insures a healthy, clean glow- ing skin. And because it is healthy, your com- plexion will be clear and velvet like. The mild carbolic odor van- ishes after use, leaving a senseof utter cleanliness. HEALTHY SOAP TELEPHONE Magvath, Oct." Mutual op- ening last week-end was well attend- ed by both old and young. The Young Men's Association has been reorganized with John Gibh as pre- sident, Joseph Harker as first, and Conncll Watson'as second councillor, while Marion Merkley has been ap- pointed to the secretaryship. Tho first regular meeting of the year was held Sunday night. Considerable excitement prevailed here for a few hours last Saturday Discover Sub Base Athens; Oct. agent has located, -it is believed, a submarine basif in Naupla, south-eastern Greece, which it is believed here sub- minntfa sank allied transports have received their sup- plies. Some men get angry about that 7th point. Wise men sit down quietly to think it over. To Strengthen The U.S. Army Washington, Oct. of WarJ Gratf-iSon's proposal'program for the strengthening; of tlie army calls for the'following military establish- ment A standing army of A trained reserve army eventually of men. A continental or "irregular" volun- teer army of trained in a six months' instruction course. A re-organized national, guard of under federal supervision and pay. The doubling of the field artillery and ammunition equipment, and an expenditure.-.of more :than on An -important feature of the plan, recently added, is a provision where- by the cost of-financing, the. increased strength of .the army will be spread over a number of years. .Under this arrangement not more than 000 would be appropriated for the support of the land forces next year, The proposal to. double'the size oi the standing'army was rejected by Secretary'Garrison for the reason that it-would take several years to train a' 'sufficient number of officers to command so.large a force. Fernie Residence Destroyed by Fire Fernie, Oct. to the the absence of the occupants last night, the residence of Mr. Sam' Whitehouse, situated in West Fernie, just beyond the. GT-'fiat Northern crossing of the street, was completely destroyed by fire. Mr. Whitehouse, the owner, is at Morris'sey on guard duty, -and his._.__ mother arid two brothers were up i night when Mrs. _Hyrum Smith town attending the picture show, j Lethhridge lost track of her H title hoy en route from the station to the town. The mother, anxious to keep an appointment, walked faster than usual, while Master Smith just ua turally feU behind to play with Aug. Wood's blooded which chanced to be waj the- statibi ed along some distance behind Mrs, Smith, and bv time the former had reached the Presbyterian church corner mamma .was nowhere to he seen Here" company, and with the rapid ap prpach'of darkness the child was when neighbors discovered. flames bursting through'the roof. There be- ing no water mains there was no chance of saving house or contents. and- it was with 'tlie hardest labor, that the house of Mr. Wayland, just west of it, was .saved from destruc- tion. The Whitehouse property war insured for on building and contentp Jamaica established several public quinine depots to .enable .poor persons to obtain the, drug at cost. The Komati Catholic church at La- chine, Que., was destroyed by fire Loss 000 mj Forty Per Cent. Are Paupers Amongst every 1000 men who reach the of 65, there are 400 who depend on public or private of the remain mg 600, the great majority "live on the border between poverty and decentcomfort Think what a blessing to every one of these regular monthly income would be. From this working of the law of averages you have no escape unless it be by early death or by providing yourself with some unfailing source of regular, periodical income for your latterdays You can do tint to-day by of Ctnada Life Monthly Pension policy It will guarantee you a monthly income for life, beginning at age 65. and from the day your first premium Is paid it will, as itraight insurance, protect your life in 1 tvor of your dependent! CANADA Wilson Skeith An attractive toolttt fullr thi. m poBcr .ill tMly to Ant tSTAfilSHtO 1847 63 Foreign Exchange Rates Dropping New York, Oct. ex- change rates went down again today, in the face of the successful flotation of the credit loan to Great Britain and France, .to- their lowest point ?incc September "15. So the situation deem- ed that.a three-hour meeting, atfcend- Mrs. L. G. DeVeber will receive for the first time this season on Thurs- day afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Hoy will receive with her. Mrs. Roland Crawford .'s visiting friends in Otrotoks. Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Harris of Cal- gary, arc spending-a couple of days in. the city at the Lethhridge hotel. .A -sewing.meeting, of the St. Cypri- an's W. A. will be held tomorrow af- ternoon at three o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sauudcrs of Pincher (.'reck, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. MacBei-h. Mr. and Mrs. Shurlliff, of Pincher I Creek, have been spending a few days j with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wallace. j Mr. Roscwarn, of i-he Imperial j Bank, Natal, B.C., spent the holi- j days with his parents. j Mr. Joim.Hyric, of Pincher Creek, spent .the week-end with his uncle, Mr. F. 0. Hyde. Mr. Dudley Cocq, of Calgary, spent Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You are invited to try Blue Ribbon pure food products en- tirely at our risk. We guaran- tee them to be absolutely pure and to give every satisfaction, (f you are disappointed in any way bring them back to the store and have your money re- funded. the- Thanksgiving, holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cocq. freshments will be served and a ten cent collection taken. I.OL-al Knights of Columbus tele- braicd the anniversary day of that groat explorer, very fittingly las evening in the pleasant a! huinn and dance held last evening in tlie lv. of P. hall, at which many iocal people I were warmly welcomed" and spent an Mrs. Allison's, section of Wesley enjoyable evening. The affair was un- Ladies' Aid, 293 7th Ave. A. meet der the patronage of Mesilames-Ken- at her home Thursday afternoon at ny, Qallivan, Gilmour and 3 o'clock for sewing. Sehl, who .graciously received the I many guests and saw to it that they Smith pie booth, Miss Mary Hen- derson fruit bootli. Miss Alyrle 0'- 1 lagan. Misses Esther Honncll. Vio- let Hagell and Helena Hissett served tea. The Big Sisters desire to express their tiianks 10 the Ca'rlyle Dairy, Frache Bros., Tcrrilt Co.', I. 0. K., Kllisrm Mills and Mr. Crlpps, jr. Mrs. Barclay., will. entertain .the members of Orange Lodge at her home, 312 18th St. north, to- morrow afternoon. three to five o'clock. Bennett, Bank oi Com- merce, Maclcbd, and Mr. McMillan of. the Bank pF .Commerce, Milk River, were among the numerous visitors spending the weekend in the city. The regular .meeting of the Wo- men's Civic club .will be held in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium tomorrow at'- ternoon at 4.30.... The executive will meet at four. Mrs. H. C. .Westbrook received the ad news today of the death of her ister, Mrs. Geo. E. Wing at Cal- gary. Mrs. WestbroQk left at once for that place. A farewell surprise. Rarty was giv ;ing his'.way home from j en in honor-of-Miss Adele Driscoll, The boy and puppy play- who is visiting-her aunt, Mrs. H. A Elliott, 1010 2nd avenue south, and who-is leaving shortly.'for her home; in St. Paul, Minn. was to-have teen given -hy' the Wesley young people on Monday evening next, has been post- soon lost. Mrs. Smith, retracing her steps and unable to find the boy, sent arm call. The anxious' search given continued until nearly midnight, when the lad was found at the home of Mr. Woodruff whither he had waader- poned till .Monday. _ November 1st, when a Hallowe'en social will be ed in the darkness. The Misses Stella, Mildred and Bessie Ghipman left yesterday morn- ing for Provb, Utah, where they will continue their studies at the univer- sities. Thanksgiving was very quietly ab- ed bv Wall street bankers arid Sir Edward Hoiden, a member of the An- glo-French financial commission, was, served here. All the stores were held in the late afternoon at the Na-jclosed, and the only thing in' the tional City bank for the reported Pur- way of celebration was the dance ppse of devising some new method to at night which was largely at- bolster the pound steit i value of the Dnglish tended lown to Today sterling sold altogether too'far below par to make' continued buying of American exports desirable from the British point o! view, in the opinion 6f some New York financiers. Promotions Made in S'cona Horse London, Oct. 13. Lieut. -J. A. Critchley, Strathcona's Horse, be- comes captain, Major H. -B. Shaw, of the same regiment, is.ap- pointed to the command of the Six- tieth Canadian Mounted Regiment with the rank of temporary lieuten- ant-cit.onel. are among the promo- tions announced here. Go Armed Against A'Stuart's Dyspepsia-Tablet Carried In Purse or Pocket Will Afford Ample Protection TRIAL SENT FREE TO ALL The men and women who are going fo succeed today must have their bodies as well as their minds in per- fect working order. Stuart's Dys- pepsia Tablets are necessity to those who .would: always have their bodies in subjection to their wills. Abandon Evening Service in St. Paul's London, Oct. was officially announced today that Sunday even- ing service in St. Paul's Cathedral would be discontinued in order to conform 'with the.regulations respect- ng tbe darkening streets. AT THE EMPRESS Tiia Jflmpress- programme for tor night is one of the best that this tbeatra has had to offer the public for some- time. Many .good pictures and programmes have delighted tbe Em- press patrons, and lots of delightful comedies have given, new views and dispelled all glooms. Tlie night one that cannot fat) to ap- peal to all. "Her Shattered an intensely :inleresting human drama In four large rteis fe a story that set many thinking, Mao Marsh plays the leading role, and is seen at her best. She is supported by a strong company of talented players. Tlie.comedy on tonight's programme is ftomething unusual in the "due of dm.-" The Amateur Detective" is tho I name of the picture, and it will, keep the audience Jh riots of laughter from the start. The eleventh chapter of "The Dia- mond from the. Sky" will appear at the Eftiyress on Friday. I Eat When I Will, What I Want, Trusting Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab- lets Dyspepsia Tablets furnish just those and other the normal stom- ach secretes for the digestion of food. One or two of .these tablets will com- pletely digest the heartiest meal. When you want leHef from indices tion, you want relief at 'once-. Be armc.d against Btomnch troubles by buying a 50c, box of-Stuart's Dyspep- sia .-Tablets at any drug store, or send coupon tbelow for free'trial. TREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart 205 Stuart Building, Marshall, send me at once a iree trial package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Naihe Street City ............State The Nursing.Mission are in need of a good second hand stove an oven. A donation of one pwiU be gratefully received or the Mission will consider buying one at a low price, as a poor family are in great need of one A number of socks are being hand- ed into the I.O.D.E. headquarters at Mrs. Robinson's without any names attached' and as a list for acknowl- edgement is being kept it is request- ed that each pair of socks have: the name of the donor attached. Hon. Charles Stewart and Mrs. Stenait oi Cdmonton, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Catherine Isabel Doris, to Mr Jas- per Doke- Caldwell, son- of J. H. Caldwell, Peaceful Valley .Ranch, the marriage to ;take place very quietly early in November. Pte. Jas. H. Sage, only-son of ex- Aid, and Mi's. R. Sage, recently spent his leave of absence with his parents and returned to Sarcee Camp on Saturday last He is Acting Quarter- Master for Troop C, 13th 0 M R Fte. Sage was raised in Lethhridge, i havrag comp here with his parents in 1890. The W. M. S. of. church held their thank-offering meeting on Tues- day eveninfg, a large number .being present. Miss McLeay gave the Scrip- ture-lesson. Miss Currie and Mrs. .W. L. MacKenzie read interesting papers on this and. in our midst.11 A solo by Miss Hazell was very much en- joyed. Tha sufficient number of ladies are interested, a class in first aid to the injured will he formed at once and conducted by Chief 1-Iardy and Dri Thomson.'Those taking the course last fall are take up the second year work. Those intending to entei the class kindly give m their names this week to Mrs A B Staf ford, 603 5th Ave. S, Phone 708. Invitations are being issued-for the dance nhtch is to be given by Mupje! Leaf Chanter, No 7, Order of the Eastern Star, 'on Tuesday next, Oct- ober 19, in the .Masonic hall. The proceeds will be donated to the Pat- riotic Fund; The music "wiH be fur- niahed by Needs' orchestra, and those 'Eastern Star' are looking for ward to the forthcoming'-event with pleasurable anticipation, t Ihf Ortral W C 1 t hold their monthly meeting at the home oi' Mrs. E." R-. J. .Forster, 626 10th street south, tomorrow, a( -i 30 sharp, when Mrs. R Needs will give her report of the provincial convention at .Medicine Hat. The nrtmhers w.ilt also have it} of trettmg a former member Mrs Jordan, of Hooson, B C. Kt who attended tlie dances last season enjoyed themselves. The commit tee of gentlemen in charge of arrange- ments were Messrs. J. J. McDonnell, C. H. Kerr, J. V. Coolin, T. Quinn, E. J. English and Fred Kenny. The hail was very prettily dpccrated with hunting and bag flags. Needs' orches- tra supplied, the music. Tli'e Big Sisters' class of Knox church deserve much credit for the splendid results achieved at tbeir santry sale on Saturday, when was made for patriotic and charitable purposes. The Sunday school, attractively decorated with fags and bunting, was divided into booths presiding of the cake booth was Miss Helen" Richardson bread jooth, MJSSBS Eva Frame and Kath- een McPhee candy booth. Misses Dorothy Kichardson and Isabel Liberal Convention Ottawa. Ont.. Oct. Ottawa Free Press contains the following in its news columns this afternoon. "It is proposed that a national'Lib- eral convention should be called. The question is under the consideration ot leaders in uttawa, Toronto, Montreal and elsewliere. An auonuncemeiu may be expected shortly of the pro- posed date of gathering which would fnc'iude representatives from every part of Canada." PREMIER ASKED CONFIDENCE VOTE Paris. Oct. After an. ex- citing scene in the Chamber of Deputies, 'Premier Viviani de- manded a vote of confidence, i f. 4 .j. When Health is Wrong The Pay is Short Getting alitjd in this eails toi mental and forces kept upbuilt and in trim Of ten the, food one cats "makes" or depends upon the kind of food In manj cases the daily dietary lacks cutain essential elements tor keep ing brain and at thai best I Over 18 years .igo a food pei'leuted lo offset Ibis Grape-Nuts it lias .stood the lest of the years. Made .of whole -wheat and malted barley this tamous puie food supplies all the nuliiment of the grains including thoir mineral of Potash, for building brain, nerve and muscle Grape-Nuts lias a delicious nut-like flavour; ii always ready to and crisp from the package, so thoroughlj baked it is pmtialh predigested. Thousands ''on Hie job" day know "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA by Grocers everywhere. Canadian postuin Co, Windsor, Out ;