Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOUKn 20, l'J17 THK u-rninmnr.K DAILY PAGE FIFTEEN WHICH? This bulk tea is the best I could buy at the price, Mrs. Brown, but I believe you will like Red Rose better. We use Red Rose at home and like the rich flavor, My wife says it goes further." Hundreds of grocers a re making statements somewhat like this. They have sold Red Roae.Tea for many years ond have found the quality good that they use it in their homes. Most grocers naturally like to make an trtra profit on their bulk tea, but they cannot help recom- mending Red Rose .Tea because they know it's worth'the price. They know it goes further became it consists chiefly of Hie teas from Assam in Northern India, the strongest, richest tcp grown anywhere in the world. Red Rose tastes belter and goes further. Kept Good the Sealed Package by ,T.- H. Co., Limited m, Toroolo, Winnipeg Ctlfflj, EJiomt Red Rote Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea i. NOISOMISM ut Keceipfs Are Keeping Upj Well-Wages Are j Higher railway receipts ibis year are a a pjr n-ilh.Dfpso'of- 1916, but. the urpluj.ls not so largo Tor I ho Drsi hreo quarters, according to Commla- loiier Freeman. The surplus over op- railng expensed this year till October at was IG4QQ' as compared with JG500 asl year, a decrease of This, uTCT, ir, lor by the lad lat wagon are higher, material is er. aod 93000 Ihia been taken from ejirnitigs and, syeiit In track uialnlen- nco. The electric department will inako or more profit this year. This lowcver. wlU be eel apart In a ecpar- le accuunt tor the purchase of the icw 1200 k.w. turbogenerator, lendcrn nswhlch will bo opeucd on Monday. The generator will cost about JCO, o that 11 will take flO.OQO'ot the plus for six years lo nay for It. Will the la dips who were to furnish iread [or the Nexl-ot" Kin dance please ate 11 oilco that JJr Siutt lias offer cd o furnish all lhe broad needed. i Mrs- H. Thompson of Tlioniuson'B ?afc, Seattle, has been vlslttag fier ather Mr. M. C. McKenzle of Uurn- side Alberta. t P By. the. Wnd courtesy of Mr. KlrkLy, he Women's Civic club will acrvc lea it life lea-room oil Tuesday afternoon, Jcl. gird. The proceeds will used Tor (he soldiers' Christmas parcels, GON htUKM 1 AlMOSTgqt.acquinled WTTH A charming man at a DINNER PARTY lut evening but TMC WOMAN sat between US MAD spent too much MONrvVoR hair Uimt had BELONGED TO otiera. EVERY PLCASANTWY of mine WAS OtllCR hooked by A CURL or. deflected by A FALSt puff. Then, loo, I fANOtDTrUT allof the OMGlNAt OWNERS of that ASSORT Mt NT Of h TO OUR conrersatfon and it tMUAffRASSCD ME. Why in THE WORtD more women don't LEARN Of tlERPKlDC and TRY fOR the hon-.ft grown VARIETY Of hair is a MYsVERY-fomc.' Yours for SPECIAL AGENTS, J. D. Hlqlnboiham Co., Ltd. Copenhagen, Oct. lives o[ German Industries Qt a largo conference lu Berlin oa Thursday went on record agalnsl various BOY crnmenlDl ylana for state control allei [ho war. They demanded relurn lo Iho free exercise of private. initiative In business ?s quickly as possible. Tho conference, which callei by the war Industry hoard, vas at iendcd by the reprcsenlatlvcs ot var lous departments of the government concerned. It was resolved unanl inoualj1 lhat Imports should be II HI lie i only" a a far as lack of tonnage and th slalc of "exchange rendered necessary; that the linportallon o materials" should be left as be fore to Ihc customary channels trade; that chips and cscharige 1> placed at the disposal of Importers o other wares; that restrictions lihpoi ed upon home commerce and Industry i during the.-war be and lhat" none be Imposed upon- those seeking to obtain foreign markets. j The government has been planning lo lafc'e charge or fill assign- Ing shipping and foreign exchange, tor purchases only, to such articles .as government experts should decide were Indispensable. It planned to" pool such purchases In order to ellm- Inntc competition nod obtain heller irices, PHONE 1224 iccppl ino pin topic jOLlibl. jUo. blLLtont Sergl. Jos. nf the ISJinl lUIIgn, formerly (Met ut the Lcih- bridge tlly itollco force, arrival Sirs. J.-H. Law bu relumed from a lhe cU, ,aal been one cw rfiH liMalsi.ry j flf Tbe Art XebcUeworb vill mcel Sergl who rlli, Mn.. Knincls, Ave. S, on bark from England, envlog- to Illness and will shorlly KO to EMmonton. where ho will ro'jelvc treatment atiho base lio-jpflal.' J'le. Jae, I.lltle, a High- lander, also arrived home last nighl. lie enlisted here with the Kilties. He also will lake treatment in Ktlnicin- lOD- Thd majority of rclurncd coming Lack to Alberta ure beinj; sent lo Edmonton for IreaLu.enl. Ogdcn Is full sad Ibo Edmonton hospital will eooo be Jntllrallons aro ihnt a Lasa hospital will he established In Lethbrldge before llii winter' is very old. Tho Indies of KDDI church, -who are kniillng socks or making cake, lot Hie overseas Christmas parcels aro re- that all donations are 4o be qcnl to lhe churcli basement on Tues- day next, 1 lie-23rd bat, An executive meeting of ihc Major Jack Jloss Chapter will he field at lite home ot Mia. Ue Veber on Monday afternoon.at 3 o'clock. The bazaar committee ere also "asked to ittend. Shipment From the branch Ited Cross, October 1317, lo the Provincial Red Cross, Calgary: fcrand Rapids, Mich." Oct.; gaug of automchllc bandits terrorizing the'residents, obtained from two banks Id small IOTVDS near here: early today. The robbers escaped. j The of HID Partners State Ilaiik at Altfl, was bloivn about IMS o'clock. Eleven thousand dollars was olitalncd. Hi 252 pillow t-ases, jThe robbers Ihen speeded to Mldtlle- 1C8 45C T. bandag-j rflle. where at o'clock tlicy Wew es, 46S slings, 18 surgical stockings, lhe sale In lhe Farmers State Hanli 78 balu aprons, C12 fr towels, 30 day shirts, 144 many-tailed bandaKeE, 'GO' ]inlrs sofTte, IS Reel Cross bags. rMrs, Win. Scott, Con.- Pkg. x A very pretty wedding look place in St. Mury'fi church on Wednesday ev- ening when .Gertrude Ireland became the wife of Frederick ItoEsitcr. Loth of 'The bride looked vpry becoming In a smart dress of TvliUe silk crepe da eh I DO and veil of while tulle with .wreath if orange uJussoms and carried a lovely, bouquet of cream [roses. She was attended by Miss A', rnolriT dressed In palev pink Trench e chine, laced with blaclf velvet rib- on, ;and a bouquet of pink ,Mr. R. .Thompson ivas cst'nian. The service at Ihc churcli as fuljy choral, Ilov. A. E. Snow offi- ;'A reception was aHoru'R eld al the home of Mra.'R. B. Mrir- The couple will m; :iefr r and-got The towns are ten miles apart. It Is chimed lhat the explosions In lhe'; Mlddlcvllle bauk awalccncd a number of but that uono ot them ventured opt ot doors, until the ban-j dllB iGlt. Par'B. net. Catnboii, gen- eral secretary lo the minister of for- eign R [fairs, expressed 'Rurprfse (hat no French commentators had recalled the historic "never" ol Premier Kou. her ID connection with In ha German refchstag 17 Foreign Sec- retory Von Kuehlmflrin, ..Fifty years Hgo M." Houher, a prlmB'inlnlslCT un- der the French empire declared with equal emphasis that never would mo cease Lo belong to the pops and Lhnt never v.-ould Home he Ihc capital of the Kinff of Hair: The late men L of M. Aou'hcr Justified lhe truth- of lhe French provcrh warning against using "either never-or-always." I "Secretary Von KuehlmftmVs purtcnL cnullnuetl M.' Cam- "was Intended to encourage Ger- inpnv. -It reveals moral confusion In that country lo, which'also the troub- Ica In lhe German navy testify. These troubles, so contrary lo the discip- lined German nptrll, aro, far greater tban Ihc Game symptona -iroutd .be free democracies. "The Inp of Kmneror WJllInm to Sofia had iho double object of ro assuring King Ferdinand and of re straining Ma ambllloiia sonipwhal. The kaiser's voyage lo Congtantlnoplc hnE uecn n theatrical inanlfeatallon Intended lo revive lhe p'rcatlge of (ho Turkish government, which IB droop- ing among Iho Turh'lah peoule." A single shipyard tn the stato of Waslilnglon has launched fifteen ves- sels the put. twelve months. Your Photo is Always an Acceptable Xntas Gift rl li the' only thfnfe your frland oan't buy. time now to havt them Let thaw you tha claw of work wo produce, hive mide no Incrcite (n prlccc thlt year And will not. Allison Photo Studio Balmoral Block, Fifth at. B, QF BEST, SAYS Winnipeg, Oct. helleie la a union government at this Juncture jji our history If 1 hid not belle veil. In'i union government f would.not have gone inlo declared Hon. Ircrar, mlnUler'of morning., The netv mlnlatfir was biwy at the office of Ihe'lUilteJ Grain rirowers and said he had no tlma ,to talk. -Aekcd concerning the election out- look, he said: "The outlook should he ihe very beat. The people ofv.Canada invo been.asking for a union soyem- mcnl for U'o years and now they lavo one. Our policy la a wln-lhe-war policy combined with comprehensive domestic enterprise." RECONSTRUCT FREKCH rONCE MORE ol he French-.'aftlTilatry. In the of; Paris press, nuyr lerdiy's rote of 'tonfinenco of 359 '5 the phnmber of depu- tes notwithstanding..-The'keiacL slg- nificnnce of UiaV" vote' wos sat1-'forth succinctly by Hene Rcnoult; president jf the Scciallslfc'Radicals' In explaining why ,ne Toted for the me- lon ot cooQderice, 'con- Idence' berause'I consider It would ie .to ,he great services M. ?alnleve aa minister of Indlanapolts, Ind., Ocl, dent John-I'. White, of the United Mine Workers of America, In a stale mot -warned cotl minor! lhat the fuel, admlnlfilratlon icfll no forced Jnlp a revljlon of the coa jirices at the mlnca by. atrlltM, Hi said: "I want to say to 'mine workers crcrruliere that the fue administration will not make dla lion of now pending until all atrlkea are ended and nl conditions restored lo normal. There fore the sooner .the miners rtturn Lc work, Iho sooner they will reap the benefits of the wage Increase agrtt to." LATTA WILL NOT HAVE OPPOSITION Rcglna, S. J Latin, now minister of highways, li Iho provincial cabinet, vaa sworn li at noon today. The onth of office -w.a taltsn by (he now minister bcfor Lkutennnt Governor Lake, who His admlnfatTToJ the oath to Premier tin r.ow president of And (o lion. C. A, portfolio of ceremony Iho flaw mcmbar 6( :lh provlnclfll c .V.luftt-was hijar'tlly-'coc gralufalcri by bta1. colleaeites And b a number of hls'frierirtB, The wrli'fo Ibo by-elections .In -Mountain hoccasILatcd 4r tho appointment -o Hon. Mr. will IsiuM-Mrl next wteki'ILIft Botierhlly nnderatotk the new will M retarno4vb _Lordciri, Oct. Amtrici sc'fraonor Jetinfe E.c Rlghf6r of (efts Bros: TVli'iiliit' by a Teiitiji: iul marine on TuttiUx-.off-'Cape VI.Hao. Spafn. Nlno.rach' of: scfeooncr ffrore landed Lodiy al MuJIn. Tho Jen- B. Itljbter tuiiil tram New Conn. y OAV OF PRAYER Washington, OcL by proclaniatlon today declar- ed Sunday, October XStli, as a day of] prayer for the succesa of ihc Amcrl-' can armi In Iho war; In 'accordance (lie recent resolution of con- 7.3O to 1O 4 6.MA', IHXXKK SETS OF PI Wltli green and I'lue flgral SiJL'cial TKA Alt sites. Drown, gcecn and Itrown, saltuou Regular C5c SOc Lnd fl 00; 2Sc, 35c. and..........'......... Lrown. DOC 1 OMA', AXMIXHTlvlt S n :t In. by 10 Jl. 5 In.' Sl.lshtly eolled vvilli water, llceular Ntshl r n GROCERIES Coiicori) Grapes TuiiiiilncN, biisket 20 Ib. Sufi'iir ____ :..r ____ KCOXOMV SEALERS- Economy IMnl.s ____ .v Qiisirls ljil.85 STOHE OPENS AT X.M. STORE CLOSES 6 P. M. SATURDAYS AT 10 P. M.. C. N. H. MEN WILL i RETURN TO WORK Winntpcs, -Oct." Ihc Canadian Northern- "back" shqpi win officials of .he company said VThe state- ment that Iho men are-required to work under trying and altogether im necessary conditions- IB .wrong." ,Mr J. K, Cameron, assistant general man ager declared. "Kverythtrg will be In order Slojiday mornlnp." OFFERED; PRESIDENCY OFvALBERTA1. COLLEGE Vancouver, B.C.r Oct. Dr SIpjircll, paslor of Mount I'leasnn: Methodlet .church, ha ft been offered lhe presidency of Alberta college, theologies! institution Edmonton. He-.wHl.clTe art answer nert month. JOHN HERRON IS WILLING TQ RETIRE High Rkcr, Ocl.. Times faya: "II IB underKlood IhB Mr, John the ConBerrnttvi cnndldalo for' Is prepared lo Irom tho ccnteil j.rovIJrrt both parties dc.in unlto 6n S iWln-thp-war canAldnte, wilt support' (be union 'govcrnrnc Our Intelligent Service and Careful Handling Will Produce Real Economy in Your Moving Expenditure Apply efficiency.service to your having.. 'It's cheapest iuilic'long run. Time saving, careful preiervalion In lhe handling your smallest-Koutehold items ai well your moat valuable fdrnltvn, compactness In loading and adequate equipment'a re all factors In service-giving that safeguards your'economy and-satisfaction if you'let us do i We can do this with our large coveredfurniture have a ipeclal WJflon lor moving t, STORAGE-FOR FURNITURE. v. THE MCLEAN OFFICE, 305 SIXTH STREET S. PHONE 1097 V.: HAIL LOSSES. Loaves for Llio year In the mun. clpal hall Inaurhncd rllstrlct of Alberlft totjilL The'terrllory 13 mad op of lwcnlv-Blx rnunklpalltles In tlir- parts of the province amf In- cluded, Ihc hall Insurance liability eicciii that carrlctl on by prlyato com- pables. TVc' was orcanlicd nniler 'provincial dilute In 'M4, Rnil Its'loBBCS for (our years'cire aa lot- lows: _iOi4; 1915, IMS, 1517, The1 19H WM not normal year aa there wag n drought over half of IhQ dfslrlcl. The year regarded I is' normal, (hero btlnj jilenllfnl sup- ply o[ molsliire All over Tho losses [Ills aro orcr Ifte tile'turn 6T trtjng'retarded 03 iufflcftnt" (6, ciorer (hi rtamcsc In a for damage. The crop area. In Ihn 'tn-'cntr-Blt ncriks, 'carrying1 }S. ppr ajifo aii3 blllll i! '00.058.' rn hftil In itii dlstrlcl 'tlifi eqnUalcnt of ce'nt.'of Ihc lnllW..crop, vhlck It "Alakfr your clothes last smother The iiolicy of (Ho nation at prtseutistocbiiscrvc.lUiUIiftmiiii wluvdisennjs clothtis justr bccatise; slightly soiled or won) is not only indulging in Js Which _ 'Plg.aow. In your 'chest.; .Get nut, your lilt, lail'i dreiui, coats, your entire Ward (hem.tci us and lei jKcrn. i repair and make 'It unnecessary for you to spind new ity Gleaning Works J fii. O. -9 BESIDE FIRE HALL Tl'i PHo44E rfri SECOND'AVE.