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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUimSIMY, OCTOBKH 18, 1917 THE LETimniDCR DAILY UEIUt.D PAGEN1NS I FRENCH PAPER IS SUI'l'ORTING UOVT. Oct. St. Ural- (ace fVoiH-h piper. La MJuHoki, In tu artlclo Glgacd by Joseph Utirnlcr, filrongly endorses Iho ueff'fonloii 6ov. pnimeat and Advtsea llio FrcncU Can- aiJIaus, (or Ibelr good, 1o slsud by a polU-y (hut haa for Its purpose lo sup- port br every means Great tirltalu. Krauco and Belgium and. fu wlu iljo war SLIP ON UTILITY COAT OK of Tr.li Is vaac from wooltns mJjnj I (it proof. to show TOU "RAINBURY" Prices to L. KEEL iridee. Al'a. FOR mm LOAN Tin I Lolhbrldgo will bo asked to raise several thousand dollars to pur- chase victory loan Is Ihe report from G. It. Murdoch, who lias been called to Calgary to orgaulze Ibe campaign In Alberta. That Mr. Maraocli 'is on llio Job Is testified by Secretary Oliver 01 the bysrd of trade states thai ilic pasl two mornings Mr, Mar- uocli had him oil I be long distance lelc- lioau at o'clock. The plan to be followed In disposing of tho lonu -win be somewhat similar n .liv Fund- Kadi dly and district will be aiked to eubscrlbo a certain amount uud campaigns will be put on hi Ili usual way, JUBI what LothLrliige wil i ho as ted to rateo la not known yel, but there is talk ttiat nothing Itss than qunrlcr of a million Is expected while our present prosperity leads 'Campaign managers to believe Ilia! half D million at least Bbould he raised without difficulty. Mr.' Marnocn lias opened offices In the PalJJser and will bo In Calgary To weeks. Hun Airplanes Are Destroyer Paris, Oct. German alrplnnee were shot down by the Frc-nch yesterday or driven to earth In the German lines In dam- aQtd condition, the war office re- ports. Nancy was again attacked, thic lime by a squadron of thlriy German machines. French aviators carried out sev- eral bombing Garlic j. Many pro- jcct'iCE were dropped on railroad stations at GoiirceUer.'ThlonvllIt, and WalmHIe, factories at Pagordanga, and on numerous munitions depots and bivouacs." APPEAL FOR WOMEN1 RECRUIT London, thousand wo men recruits n month for UBQ In th Army Auxiliary Service are being ap licalcd for licrc. The chleJ need Is Jo doinesllc workers, typlsta. and auU mobile drivers. One of. the recrulllo posters says: "Although, the women must be stron and reliable, II must not be suppose that their life Is all hard work. Tfce swliu, Uiey haTe games and tnuslca ironings ami dances, lo which cac woman can invite.one soldier frien They pby as hard os they, work, an they live A wnoleaome life. "The women are under rnllitarr dl clplfnc, but thoy do not, march to nor do they "salute thftlr officers or o flceTB of the male array." Tbo recruits will ba eent to us fas! as they arc enrolled. MILADI iPHONB OF THE METHODIST CHUfiCH, T WIU. ON in France and Flanders'' WESLEY CHURCH I Friday Evening, October 19 i EIGHT O'CLOCK SILVER COLLECTION AnspicfH of "Wesley Fraternity" .Mra. Ij. Lcaliy and daughter avo relumed Lo Medicine Hal alter eilcnlcd visit with 3Irs. Leahy's oilier, Mra. SI. B. Hoy. Ills Grace Aiclibfahop CJare Worrell Halifax Augttcau Diocese, was mar- td al ItaHIax tu Annie. of Lo late Rev. John Abbot I. Mrs. GltTord lell lasl night to Gpe tbo wUiter In WUIUler, California, The I.O.O.F. aro giving a dance on Thursday evcnlog fu (he K. of P. hull. Mrs. C. SmHli has returned lo her home ip Mcdlclue lUt ader IDE friends In LelhbrlJgp, Tho marriage took .ti St. TLe members ol Uip Sir Aleian Cathedral, Montreal, today, oft Gait Chapter I, 0. D. K. may procure llbcrtc. daughter of Justice and Umc. obltloux and Ilturl Scanlowekl, ice coun3Ul of ItusEla In Canada. i The executive ot Ihe Local Council f Women will meel Wednesday nfler- oon, Oct. 24tlr. at 4 o'clock In Ibe Y. I.O.A. auditorium. Tlie convenors of ho standing committees anil the prcsl- enls ot affiliated eacletlcs arc asb- d to ifl2ko a Enecla, etTorL lo attend. Through Hie courtesy of Mr Klrkby, lu> Itas patriotically placed his tea oom at Ihclr disposal, the A103tinder nit chapter I.O.D.K. will bo In of ILo tea rooms on Saturday aftc-r- loon. Thts day. IB being celebrated as their tags and boxes tomorrow after- noon from to or Saturday morning, at the Klks club room. Calgary Alberlau: has Lecu received lhat -Mrs. J. K. Lccfitrldsti, who underwent an (jjienUlon In a Montreal liospltal, Improving ly. Mr. Lethbridge, wliu Id at jiregent In tliat city, Js returning home soou. At tho meeting of Wesley Ladies' Aid yesterday nrtcriiooH, Mrs. George Taylor Invited all the ladies tu her home. 931 10th St. S., nest Wednes- day afternoon at 3 o'clock, lo a dolley or knlLUng bag ebower lor the Cbrltl- mas bazaar. Tralalgrvr Day, since lhat day falls op 'Sunday Ibis year: A lag day will nlso The tea given >c hrld on Saturday for the benefit oft by the Major Jack Ross chapter I.O.U ho 1.0.DJ2. war'funds. It is hoped JE, In the Kirltby tea room very hat these will be as largely pa- ronizcd as possibles The Daughters and Maids of nnd held A very successful whlsL drive nnd Uaiicc last night, when twelve tab-' ea nere In play for wlilsL Mrs. W. won first prize for lailles and, .Mrs.-Donfadlril, second. .Mr. Lu- clu'a woo first gents nud, Sir.. S. Hus- second. Consolations wcnl lo "Miss Francis and Mr. Brady. Quito a lumber came In for the dancing. Tho members arc reminded of the special successful, the sum ot being realized. Several parties were a lead- tny, factor (n the afternoon's pleasure, Mrs. Gordon entertaining n parly of seven and Sirs. Vehcr a parly.ot five. Tho supervisors for the after- noon were Mrs. Lund and Mrs, Gordon, aaalsled by Mrs. Jlogg, Mrs. De Long, MlEG Home and Wlss Smith. Mrs, O. B. Cragg, the wtle ot Wes- ley church's new pastor, received for the first time since coming to Lclh- brldge yesterday alternoon and tho he hpld at the home ol parsonage was besieged by very many Mrs. Carnlll tomorrow (Friday) at 3 callers-ncbo welcomed the new occu- p.nj. pant of the church home to the city. Mrs. Cragg vas assisted In receiving by JUrs. Mrs. Skeiih, aud Mra. Buchanan. Mrs, (Dr.) Cragg presided over tv table that was charm The UrsL oi a bat-leu of weekly enter lainmeiits for' IJic. children of (lie ttst. congregation and all others care to come, will -be given Rt the ingly brightened by candles and church Friday evening at S o'clock. A beautiful display of'pink sweet peas, good pictures will ho shown) artistically arranged In a silver bas- oC an entertalnlne kind for the cliIMkei. She assisted by Mrs. Camer- rifcn'a benefit each nighl. Tho cliJl- on, Mrs. Lorering and Mrs. Kress. drcn will also contribute lo the pro- Tiltlle Millie Cragp, niece or the lios- grani. This Is not a concert, but on In- tess, was a very graceful attendant at formal social time. Children coDie.Jn the dopr. The rooms of the parsonage) school dress. In addition there will Le were decorated with tho last sweet, a sborl lecture on some Hibllcal. hla-1 peas ol the season. Mra. Edirard lorical or literary strbjecl Illustrated with lantern views and well suited lo adults. All children come Friday nlsbt and help the pastor to better arrange for the.sij gatherings. g. molher of Rev. Mr, .Cragg, was her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Cragg. BT., Is a remarkably active, old lady, fioir over eighty' years ol.tiage, but bright and sprightly. Boys, Attention! A Letter to the 'Teeners THE SECOND CALL By S. S. Dunham, Chairman of the Promotion nnd Publicity Commttlec. 1 am a little disappointed. Since I wrote ray flrsllelter. lo ,lbe boys some time ago, it "good .many things have been done. haa-been bero; a ItlllD late It'la true, tho older toys working, possibly letters have been.written Irwllln? tbo boys ot Southern Alberta io; come lo (lie convention, but I.hear-.rery Hlllc from our boys In town. How many classes In Ihd cUy arc organized and ready lo work for this conroallon? T hear lliat Coaldflle and other, rural places arc organized. Are wo who are lo bo (ho hosts of trits.conyenlfon alive to our Js there any church In towri'lHat hasn'L gotten its ofgaufzallpnVorklng? If eo. Ibis letter means you! I would like to hear from the different organizations, not through tho Sunday school stiper- Iplcjictant or Iho pastor, buL from the boys' presMerit or secretary. Such presidents anil eecrctarles of (ho dif- forcnl organize I Jons should have no hcallancy tn Bpeahlng to myself, as chairman of the promotion committee, or Lo Mayor Hnnllc, as chairman of the billeting committee, or lo A. E. Dnnlop aa chalrm'an of I lib reception committee, in regard to any milter pertaining to tho conrenllon. If InTs conrenfldn Is a success, It must ilipenri upon1 own boys of IjGlbbridge. Aro you allvo, boys? Let a committee from each organization get together without delay and discuss the plans lor 1 aking care oE the" boys vho wiH visit our city "from Novem- bfer 9 to 31. Plan how you get acquaint- ed with the fellows and how you can help to show iuem a good they are tn the city. This Is an op- portunltyot a life time and a bore alt things I am anxious to see our own boys alive to tho "issue. Who nro to be the officers of- Ibis convention? arc to the, coiuiiillleos? Who Is lo look after Ihe'bannuel en the night of Are you hoys to have anything to do this, and (s your class planning" (o Like any part fn Ibis? In other words, Ihe LeLhhridge bunch to be classed as a hunch of lire wires? Are you ffolDg to assist Mayor llardic In se- curing billets for the fellows that will come to .the convention? Once again I am calling upon Iho 'teen aged boyg IQ gel busy, because It ia upon you lhat the success of the convention largely.; depends. Do you "know i boy lhat doesn't llvo here, but whom you can Induce lo attend, the conFenlJon? 811 down and n'rlle Mra' a'letter and tell, him that you wanl him lo coma: to the conTSiillon. Are-the 'itgh ecltoo" boys taking-any slers In regard to Iho convention? 1C lot, why not? Tlenieinber. thai every steen boy In lawn Is'eligible, and If we have live wires among the boya of the town, this city nlone should 300 mem tiers at the conveti- Jon. If you boys .will, set the mark and go to work you .can secure the number. Let us hear from the boys of Lethbrlrtge, mm THIS RUN-DOWN MANV1NOL Acd He Got fiick Hit Sii'cogtli and Eotjrgy fbcbornrl, wft i run no iMryfjua, alccplcu ioi drewiy dtuini (he >M wtt net ri< A (rlcnd told'DM ta VitieL I did and can. now aqwra mall daj. I iletf will, am actin. at roof and wcU have ttinta HifW. Ibtboriia, Wli. la Vlnel cectalm .a appetite uid rntm TIM eompiiis fcrrnsli Is tm tri TUi raft J. 0. A LTD DrvffMa, AtM ait tha .knt druffMa tawm. IHMIIQ NOW Toronto, Ocl. sincere effof IB .befne made to develop the Cull slrtngth of ot the two old who Intend; backing the new union gOTernmcnt In (he corolne cam- paign." This was the statement Frank Cochrane this morn- ing at the offices of UID Dominion Con. sorrflllrc orjnnhallon, "1 do said Mr. Cochrane, hRl.lhb Conservative mcmbors o< Inc. old parliament which voted consistent- ly for all needed war measures and who upheld the prlnelpje ol a union fforernment should m returned unop.'' posed. "Tho spirit of compromtso should that quosilon.and wln-thrr war Liberals and Conservatives should pick kind who will prove of strong, esl Bupport to the new'governmCnt." The announcement. made unofrl- clally thnl Sir Foster Intended to sUnrl for nomination In'North Tor- onto and would not seek election In Brunswick. RECORD IN. CALGARY. Calgxrj1, Ocl. .Bank durlnia Iftrlfcr-.ci-otMdj the (en million. flrit III 1S17, Mt. for Economical Housewives Imperial Table Syiup. Per holtle Apejc Apple and Strawberry Jam, psll Schepp's Cocoanul. 1 p Pkt IOC C. B. Pickled Walnuts Bollle................. 50c wes Mi bJacJc and sizes 2 Lo 14 years, SpleDtlld lor scbo'oi, I'riccs !-i3.00 Parties' In long and sliorl Elccvcs at last year's AA Sticclal l.UU Ladies' Drawers and Vests BplRnillO fall weight. Special, per garment. Fliuinclcttc rs open or closttl, For Snccial Splendid Values in A. 'Corsets Four good -coulll. r 53.00. RpccM VOILES AND MARQUISETTES. Complete line (or dining room, or ilcn. oC Per yard, Irom BORDERED V the thine for bedrooms. From, ynrd ___i. BORDERED VOILES. In all shartcs. Juat CUHTAIN ecru cream am! yard CIJHTIN MUSLINS'. Yard. 20c, 25c and 30c 2.19 LADIES' PATENT LEATHER JJrokcn Hues, Sizes to 4. Special LADIES' SHOES, llrokon lines ol patent anil Eunmctal. Shes 3 ond 3V4. 9 fift Special MEN'S GUNMETAL BUTTON DRESS SHOES a medium.toe. Neat and A AM sizes. OitlU MEN'S QUNMETAL BLUCHER BOOTS wllh compound sole, wide fitting.' AA Special D.UU 5.00 MEN'S HEAVY REGULATION ARMY LEATHER WORK BOOTS. All sizes. Special LADIES' FELT SLIPPERS. All colors and sizes. Priced at O CA 93c, 51.75, ?3.25 and................. Bargains Ijllac and Oatmeal Dalh Soap. Large QYal.cako that tho hind. On sale'nC j'tor Smallwai Nlcklo Plated Safely Pins, 1 dozen assorted. Section Best Jet Hair Assorted lengths.' 1C. 3-ply Wheeling 1 1 ft PlayinE -t p Cards IDC Brownie Tollc.t Tlflsus. Ills' ronnij roll. American mnnu fivcturo nnd splendid quality. Onsalo nC 5 rolls for ply Scotch i QP Ysrn. 1.3D High Orado Packet. .Trimmings, suitable 'for child's .dresses, -1 C W etc. Package IwC Dainty Colored Embroidered TrlmmJng3 for Jadlea arid'" clillaren'a -I Bonnr.worths 4-pir CJl Lrlstlcs Shaving Brushes, rubber set- Hegulor !1.0D. On solo f Ktcti Pig Skin Cli.ingo 3 B Fingering o Yfirn. Hudson's: Bay. Sax- 'ony In 2 oz.'bnnk's. JlfC' All Woo! (lending on cards. All colors'. CarJ 3C Shetland Floss. 1 g iKull wefsht 13C Lustcrlno Kingcrlng wool. ZUC' Andeluslan OrtC Wool 'nvll' Cleanser, (n ahaker tins. Clenne enameled ware, po'-s, hclilcs, copper, 3lecJ, brnsa, Iron, crockery, oilcloth, glassivnre, 'elc. 2 tins' 1C.., 13C Hlce Collar Billions Ppr dozen 4 C King Collar 'Buttons C_ 2 (or Mad Cap Ilnlr Kela 12 cm card. Per card '0 y C Dress Maker Scls- OC Bora. Handy receipt- p' books. OC KeHanca (nK. P Per bottle; -DC 360 stlcet tlrn-s f Pins <-ply and 3-ply WooJ.. LVt Any color. WC 'Hund' Scrubs. r Bich Knitting Needles, rt sleel. Per. ..TV ;