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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HlllUY, OCTOBUn 19. 1017 TltK UvTlIBIUnCK OAILIf HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN No Advaince in 3 Years, With war-time prices so terribly high for nearly every article of food, it must be a particular satisfaction to those who love good Coffee to know that: there has uccn r.o advance in the price of Red Rose Coffee for three and the great increase in the sale of Red Rose Coffee this year shows that the price is appreciated. People everywhere seem to be using much more coffee than they did before. Red Rose Tea is economical on account of its superior Red. .Rose. Coffee is economical- both, on account of its quality and price, a combination liard to maintain in war-time. Red Rose Coffee London. Oct. Interesting report' ou food prkee Is published ID gurernmeol labor gaiello which and mutton now eiceed Ihelr pic- war prlcts by 18 pence per pound, i Duller Bad bacon are now double their pre-war level. Milk Is IS percent, j higher tbau In July, 1514 The following' ire the Increases per cent, as compared with before the nearly 100; mutloo. 97. Imported, beet 132; Imported multou, 153; bacon 110; fish ISC; sugar 190: butler S3; cheese 91: eggs ICO. In the i-utt or all Items ordinarily entering Into the working class family, Includ- ing food, red, clothing, luel and llslit Us; ttcr. acsrlr pr- of, allowing fire percent, for advanc- due to the Increased taxallon. Tblr- principal lowns'ln Australia shoved Increase In food prices 2G perteut. gher than In July, J9H. What the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS Never so strange a "capital Jtrlie" for conical In.a church liazaar a lilllc girl, cast up by the sea, orphaned and forlorn. Thai .Ambrosia ijeo should 1m won by CVnlliia Perkins, a eplnslcr ot hard- Phcll disposition. seemed to be good .Corlunc tor neither Uio prize nor (lie prize winner. It will IJB In'ereallnff to observe; ID Illucblrd jihotoplays, how It aH turned out when "The Charmer" is presented at the Km- loinglil with Ella Hall playing (lio rold of the girl who went with' the hi city paddle on a 'wheel ol rorlunc. "The is saltl la be a pholu- irtay of most original construction and .cxcuodtns Interest. -Mfss Hall la a fcvorlle Interpreter ul childish roles, L nntl her Jmpcrsoiiallor. or lILllo Am- brosia Ixic, Ilia pawn, ot fortune, (3 t sure lu prove -Inlcroallng. ond at thai time lew persons ever" heard her namo. Uul Florence had made up her mind that she would become an whcii E decides to do a thing, she docs It. Eho Levleged the booking offices and finally obtained a part vrlLU Chauncey Olcott In "Ragged Hobtn." Slio toured (lie country in that play and returned lo New York ID find Ihat people were .ahlng an. interest In-a.Blranse new arU-ihe, motion plc- lUTO, Sho heard tbat a D. AV. Grlfflll} seemed to he mating the beat pictures and she decided to jol the Utograyih Company. She Ap- proached Mr. Orirflth and told him ol Jier decision. There wag nothing lett for him lode, but make her a member or hla company. After several years In lilogranu plcturea she Joined Than houscr. She made a great hit In "Tho Million Dollar one o (he flret and most successful motion clurc Ecrials ever made. Mies La a die will he seen at Starlaad lo got. nud 'tomorrow In "When Love B3 Blind." ,AT STARLAND H was about seVcn years ago thai B. little Canadian ylrl left Montreal Tor New determined to conquer lhc lhealric.il cooler of (ho United Slates. She w.ea Florence LnBadio LOOK AT TONGUE1 IF COATED, i CLEAN LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. Sec If tongue In coated; Ibis Is e.' sure sign Ha IMIe stomach, liver unit bowels-arc -clogged wllli E fi-nstc. r When lls lie sa, palo, (ovcrlsli, fuH of cold, hrcath bad, throat sore, doesn't cat, sleep or act naturally, has stom- ach-ache, Ir.ctlgCEtlun, diarrhoea, ghe ta Ifraapooitful of "California Syrup ol and in i few hours nil the foul .waste, tlic sour c nnd fcrmeulliiK food passes out "of (lie 'Ktwcls and you have A well end playful child again. Children lovo thla harcilcas "fnill lax- and mothers can rest easy nf- ,tcr giving 11, because It never falls to ;iuake their IKtlc "Insldes" clean anJ It handy, mother! A little today snrcs a elck chllrl tomorrow tut got the genuine, Aek your druggla lor a Syrup o "r, which has directions for Imlilcs -'children (if all ngee nnrt tor grown-up on. the bottle, ncmcmbcr Ilier arc CDuntorfc'llfl noltl here, so aurcl look and RCO thnt yours Is made by th -Hg Syrup Company. Hand hack with cohtcmpt any (Iff syrup. Advertisement. Tailor Suits Made From our own or yaur materials SAM 410, AIU. Dominion Meat Market) PHONE BM 2S1-C AT THE MAJESTIC OnG 6r ULO most ponular songs In new super-musics itravaeanza, VHoblnson -ovc, C'oino From Your sung Ity Anne Ixichead Ills song lias proved the most BUG egsfut alnce "Queen of the Earth" In nglanil, anJ is Jesllnod lo becom i immcnao favorite In Canada anil 10 Stales. Olhcr musical numbers destined Jlle'.it local iiudltora, are "J-'rJlz an't You Eng sh Tommle's'serenaue ol hatn, "Tni e Dack to Allies nei rcnch In Our Empire .1 tlirJHlnE ralrlollc number, ling hy Miss Zara Clinton. "Th osier's "Silly Ass, I've Had a Glass or Olnfer Wine, hrce terrific comedy hlls, ".My Ultl ulch fl dellglilful costnm umber and "Tho Prehlalbrlc Hug' real novelty: Among the more das Icnl-sonys may be mentioned "Th ot Ian" and "Haruur L.igbls. here aro thirty musical nurrtbera I 11 and a dozen brilliant dancln vcnls. "lloblnson comeg lo th lujcslic theatre on .Monday Tutailay ncrl, Oct. 22nd and 23rd. In those days of Indifferent nlu cnl plsys, datcctlre drarrjaa and pla> tlip cvJI of tho M'lilte slave trntll singe ol such olbi wenllolli century topics such i votnau siiffraEO, eugonlca and th Lfgli cost of MrinR, a sweet, omo olfcrlng, like "In Old Kentucky vhich ctimcs to the Majestic Krlda and Saturday, Oct. 2Clh nnd 27th, n aereable and a welcom relief. -.GENERAL MAUDE'S WAV (New York Times) Tne daabloE Maude again demon- fates that this Is not everywhere anil ecessarlly a war at trenches and of junillnr. We last heard of lilm Hrllng up Uie Tigris at such a t'iUt at He Turks were IhrowlnE their uns In the river In .their mad rush get away. Then the canopy of heat esccnded on Mesopotamia, putting on nd to the fighting 23 effectually as IB snows aud rains will shortly end In France. Now he finds the Turks loving lo cut his communications, nd turns their trap for him Into one or themselves. Tbts Is not a particle pounding In his method, llo sud- enly. seizes a commanding rldgo lien the Turks ure not cipDcllns it y the lime Ihey arc aroused their mln position Is being attacked on the outheast whlla the cavalry assails lem from the north. The seizure of he ridge, It Is to be conjectured, was nude before daybreak, and by nlfiht- all the Turks are penned In, with tne Suphrales on the'north, the British .ifantry and artillery on the east and oulh, and the cavalry on the west, 'ho position held by the cavalry ecms tlio easiest to break through, nd the Turks spend the night In rulttess efforts; the cavalry always rive them back. Day comes, and Ihe urroundlng army attacks trom all Ides with such fury that uy 9 o'clock he Turks surrender, thousands of hem, Including their general and his! taff. This Is a victory won by strategy, dash and determination, a victory of I he old fashioned kind of fighting, victory ivon In Maude's .own j Followed by.anll'ciy rather than hope, Ilia general set out on'nls, campaign n a region sinister with repeated dis- aster 16 (ha Drilish a'rms; an 111- rmcncd region. The hopes Uial fol- owed bis forerunners, but dld.not [ol- 6w he' has niore than fulfilled on every occasion. Ho has met with 10 defeats, only with victory, vie1' .ories won with that satisfying oughness which leaves nothing (a. be freM. His plans seem to be perfect end tire always carried put lo Uie lel- ler. '.Vhenever he strikes, he ilrikcs like a thunderbolt. Thla accomplish- ment of his, Ihe capture enemy no precedent on the slno of Ihe allies since the war began; and In the fact that It vas won by sheer strategy, combined with the vigor of action that Is aln'nya his U has'DO precedent on either aide. SlauOe ts reminiscent ot YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY'S .WORTH IN EVERY ARTICLE YOU PURCHASE AT THIS STORE. STOCKS ARK LARGE, ASSORT- MENTS AND STYLES ARE GOOD. WE SELL ON A SMALL MARGIN OF PROFIT, WHICH INSURES YOU OF THE VERY BEST VALUES TOUR HAD. AT THE OWHEUM Ulllo Mary McAllBter', Essanay's child slar, ifho Bppears In "On TrUI" il' the Orpheum. a big feature, prov- ed ri ftlg when she took charge for n day. of a Red Cross mom- booth In a Chicago Icuartraenl store: This dear little kid- attired In regulation llnd Cross niini'coslume, gave a oractlcal rtcm- onstr'ntlon In flrsl M to Injured, us- ing dolls for the Her oftorla. netted the Red Crosn nearly caembws. Barbara Castleton, Iho beautiful lending woman In "On was horn In Little Hock, Ark., 1886, and edncated In New Hochello, Y. ao. shd has had an oicept'lonal having played loadfl In such hits as "U Pays to "Mtdima Sherry" and other well-known nroducllone. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MYRTON D1XON, DECEASED NOTICE Is hereuy glvo'n 'that all persons having claims upon Ihe Ks- lato ot Myrlon Dixon, late'ot Xew Uayton, Alberta, Farmer, who died on or nlioul Iho 19lh of .Vovember, are required lo file with Messrs. Cnnybeare, Church, JIcArthiir t Da- vidson, on or about 'tho 27th day of November, A.D. 1917, a'fuM statement duly verlned of their claims and ot any security held by them, and alter that date the Administrator'will dls tribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled therelo, hiving regard only to the claims oi which notice has been filed or w.hlrh mye been' brought lo the knowledge of the Admlnlttrator. DATED at Ihe City of Lethbrldjc, n Iho Province Illh Uy of October, A.D., 1917. CC-NYBEARB, Me, AHTHUIl DAVfPSON, Solicitors tor Ihe Admlntslrnlor. A. J. Ad 0 NEW LOAN TO FRANCE Wnahlnjlon, (Jet. The United Slalea Government today to Frcnco additional, hrlnr- Ing the total to ihe allies to FITZ DIE, -Chicago, pet, con- dition of Hdbfrl r'HiiImrmins, former chimplon pugilist, wh'? Is 111 of morila here, wiM crlllcn) early. today.-.-LUtla hope was held oiU for his recovery, NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND IN THE (HATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JACK LANCASTER MAN- WARING, DECEASED. NOTICE Is heVeoj al 4 4 4 4 Atrprored-J. A, J, penoris hiving upon the of Jack Lancftiter Manwnrlns, Illo o Ihe City of Ixithbrldre, In Ihe Pro rlnce of Alberta, Journalist, who on or nbout the 15th day of Noteni her, IS16, Ire rwjulrpQ lo tile Messri. Conybtare, Church, McArthdr t tMrictsoii, Sollrlton, Conrbeire Blctk. AlUrti, on or'be fore the 21th day of Novtnrxr A, b. 1'Jli, n full statement duly verlfled, o thblr cliima >nd of inf teeurltr held br Iheai anil atttr that ill It Lke lie culrlt will distribute ihe 61 Irii sifd eslilt imoog the par'llii cntlllei claltus ol which notice 'hai ols, or whjch hive been ttongll ,10 tn< knowledge 6( the DATED at l.olhhrldge, Albarla, thli ftlh day n( October. A. D. 1917, CHURCH, AKTHUR ft Kofldlors for Mirthn AnnA Mm- (fin Biecutrfx Women's Coats are Moving FOR VARIETY AND VALUES, THIS STOCK HAS NO EQUAL IN .THIS PART OF THE COUNTRY. Heavy Tweed Coals in smart sl.rlC3.iil Fine duality "Sail's" Plash Coals at %M to s Heaver ami lUoiuldoth1 Coats to rjfj' .Cloth Coats in all sizes at prices yang- to %15M. Lot of Serge Dresses Have Jiist Arrived, aiwl They are Swell. You'will [Inil1 here.iU (lie new one and LwO piece All- over brAldfng aiipeacEt upon ten- al the letter Mnra. The materials arc eergo, poplin, broadclotli, and In coloring o( atvyr green, brown, black. Priced at ami -_ Sweaters, Toques Scarves Women's Heavy Sweaters, raada Sy lie Perfect Kni; Jlllls; fancy or pldln In nine, nary, green and combinations of colors. Prices rim from to CluiJlreiVs 25c, 50c, 7ne, 90c and Childreir.s Set, toque and scarf up to WARM MITTS AND GLOVES FOK THE -WHOLE FAMILY nallcnlyncs famous huit Glovfta anrt Slltts. For Women 50t, ami Fo'r Men ..lor, and For Children 40t', 50c, 65c and 75c Small Children's WinterCoats White Bear and MTiite Plush Coats, selling at -156.00 Hoods to Match Tau Teddy Bear and Plush Coats to i I Watson s Underwear for Women and Children SPLENDID VALUES IN COMFO11TABLE VESTS, DRAWERS AND Women's Veals and Drawers...............'..'.'...'................ Each 75c uu lo Women's Combiiiations Each Girls' Vests and Drawers............................................. Each 50c HR to Girls' Each to Tiifaut's. Fine Soft. Vests At each uji Black Ribbed Wool Per nair (in to WOMEN'S FINE DRESSY, CREPE 'BLOUSES In Tvonderful ranee of styles and-colorings. Very rnoiloralcly priced. I GKOKOETTE CREPE WAISTS styles ana all the popular. inaJes.. i rj r CREPE DE CIIENE WAISTS PrcLly Rtylea In ell the moe( wanted shades. ALSO SHOWING A NICE RANGE OF, 1 siLK DRESSES v In pretty color combinations al prlcea 'ranging- from AA up to Heavy goods, 14 Incnw.wMe In erey anil brown mlx- DRESS GOODS A cloth .Ihat nukes .up iood warm auLU, skirls or dresses, StlUug FOURTH AVENUE N15AR POST OFFICE Cdpenha'gen, .The thai Ihe Ndr- weiiiu lUamshlps of loci iriss, liOTdi, (ons liJve sil'nk tiy'Qeriatrj Thi BdrVo wss Isr.t Id Ihe bottom of the Allanilc, two1 of her being: Hilled. 'The llovds was sunX la.Uie Bay of BUcjy. A loit The pt irevr's were lived, Defective chlmncrff arc tho greMeat toiirce of Th< (Ion c-ounuc'lei! by Ihe Comroli- sloii of Conservation disclosed Ilic (act thai, for the year 1916, ot lhc plnces (hail nrej.wert dLic to faulty rhlninc.vs. This' 13 ejc' elMlve'fcf ilan- jeloill chloiney sparks. Elflort winter weather noceuUalls prjjdito upon Iho r.pi.arnlinf, the 'hoitaehoMcr. should isrefuJly spec! ill chltoncys, as well as .slave anjl furnace pipes, ind Imvt them put In If, 'efcr, doej -ijiaroccjiczpi of nouee make the.chimney where If pusses thimigh His alllc. Vet. Ihls B fit building I; prcbsblj Hie source o( the, great: mnjorliy of nrei which start from' defective' chimneys. Changed. In coudittoiii and vl- brnt.loTl have.a deleterious effect npoij thc.inwlar In brickwork, cauilnt It nriii leivlng open. through which inrkj ml; nid- OP Copenhagen, of ttic loss, of 'in fho tho be-lween DMiroarX Sweden, are elf-, ciliated. The reports and uncontlrmed, but Iha.bodWs of Iwo-tierman marines hive drlfl Enlnor and rifled ishofe In of 'I 'e, Deumart. anrl mdre which wan aeliM- thla hj- the frail; Sirage In the rear et ;