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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rad TlfF. r 25, YOU CAN'T AS GOOD" AS You will realize this when you commence uairig it Buy a packet .nd if you are not entirely satisfied with money will be promptly refunded by your grocer. SHOT 'BIG GAME W. B. Turiiel-, 940 Ninth street South, has retnmed from a hunting trip in which he shot two antelope and an eagle, meascring 7 feet tip to up. It was shot south of the Blackf reserve. Pleased With Our Schools Hon. Chevalier Guido Rossaii, inter- national delegate from Italy to 'the Dry-Farming Congress, was so much; impressed wltli the Lethbridge schools particularly with the interior of the Pleetwood class rooms that he had one of the local photographers large collection of photos of WOMAN'S CONGRESS ELECTED OFFICERS THIS MORNING Mrs. John Habert, d Rea Farm Woman, is New President The committee ou nomimUl chairman Dr. Helen of Mlniie sola, secretary JHss Kaveiihill of HHt ish. Columbia, reported the following uanios this 'morning for ofllcers in tht, Women's Congress for the ensuing year and the report WBH duly acceptor without alteration. John Hnrbert, Colorado. Secretary, Mrs. John T. Hums, (by First vice-president. -Mrs. Leslie M. Sin vert, of Winnipeg. '.Second.vice-president, Watt, or British t'olumbw. Third vice-president, -Miss Irimi Ma thews, of Oklahoma. Executive Board F. Downer. British Alice Haven- hill. J. Dlxon. Browning. Holt. Fowle. Kepper. Griffiths. Harkness. X. Batchelor. Kneii. Grlgrog. Webb. S. M. Senser. Merril. J. Berry. Howie. Watson. In the election of Mrs. John Har- predation of tho entertainment af- forded delegated by Lothbrldgo'. spoko of how nolily tho gigantic fort hud been made and tho really mar voloiiB result. Tho resolution committee reported and the ivport was m-eoptod. ccftiisti of having outgrown Hie fin- ancial vrovlsion by the Dry- Parmlns and of doubling its I rungti of activity for a limited a" int'inbershi> for five years requires a fee of two and one half dollars, for ten years five dollars. A plan of work committee is to be appointed at the discretion of the bert as president the realization of the dream of the organization is accpm- the city's educational Pushed in that she is a real farm Ottawa, Oct. report of the commissioner recently to in- v-estigate the qnesiion of statistics compilation throughout the Dominion wili bo in tho bamis of the goveni- menfc on PecembeV 1. The committee consits of Richard which, he says, he n'ill forward to the Italian department of education with a report which will be very flattering to Bar Johnion From Stag Short aud R. H. Coatas, aud the In-( vesUgatlons of tl ic committee have I City, Mo., Oct. Johnson, the negro champion heavy- Prof I appear iu any vaudeville stage in Kan- Mrs. Stavert expressed keen chair to Interest agrirultunil Uopart ninnls, railroads, 'wealthy fnl'lll wo- men, A delegate is (o he sent to Sau la 1913 In -response to .111 irgont invitation from a congress of Women. The Revered Pioneers Mrs. Johu T. liurntj brought ni't'oro ho Congress :i suggestion made b; ,n Invalid friend to tho effect that nonumeiit to honor tho pioneer wo lien of the Great West bo placed ii lie Hall of Fame or in some place ol asy access. A crudo representation of the idea to carried out, was unveiled from the folds of tho British and American flags. Tho sugsestson met with hearty approval, a conmiitteo was ap- pointed for handling- the funds, etc., imd 'some forty dollars was subscribed before the session closctl. The following constitute tho com- mittee: Miss Irma Jlnthews, Okla- homa; Mrs. McCliaries, of Manitoba and Mrs. Johu. T. Burns. Miss Slmm of LethbrirtBC sang most beautifully before the Woman's Con- gress this nioj-ning. The Papers A paper on the various organiza- tions of farm women throir.g-.honi; the. Stales, written by .Miss Harriet .Mason, the Ohio Farmer editorial staff, was read by Miss illtud Griffiths M Clinton Missouri. TURKS LOST 5000 MEN AT BATTLE OF KUMANOIRA (Continued from front City if Mayor Jest con prevent it, "The host friends of Turkey now those who advise her not to pro- because of bis part in tbe alleged tlic hopeless struggle. The soon- extended tbe Dominion. ductton of Lucile Cameron, a white the Turks submit tie better it The Commission required to re- port in about a mouth, but owing to the complicated nature of the gntioll, it was found! impossible to sub- mit a full repcrt b-afore December. will be for them and ior humanity. ______________ AH friends of mankind must der public safety aud decency, to suppress! precate tiiu mischievous talk that this 'aur .public appearances of, the .black hvar is one of extermination. The girl. "I shall instruct the chief of po- lice." Mayor Joel said, "as a matter of prize lighter in Kansas City." These are cocoa beans. They look much alike. But they are quite in cost and in flavor. The cocoa beans that meet the Lowney standard- are rare and expensive. There is a large sale, however, for cocoa beans of a much lower quality. They, too, are used to make cocoa. It is plain, therefore, that a large share of the cocoa on the market must be of a grade .distinctly inferior, to Lowney's, which is produced from the very finest cocoa beans. Many a housekeeper has the wrong impression of cocoa flavor through using cocoa made from in- ferior beans. Some housekeepers may be satisfied with this ordinary cocoa, which really is not at all bad. But cocoa lovers who wish the finest possible cocoa flavor owe it to themselves to try Lowney's. Cocoa, at its best, is a perfectly delicious and -a thoroughly wholesome beverage. In Lowney's you simply get cocoa at its very best produced at a factory (in Montreal) which is a model of neatness. Sold at grocers. In lOc to 50c COCOA The Beat Way to Make Cocoa Mix two even of cocoa -with two of with Add tableapoonful of aalt. Mi two cups ol ,f boilir Stir to ii gracKially a smooth pa Boll 5 minutes. Add IVQ cups of scalded (not boiled) milk, and beat with an egg-beater until frothy. A J The Walter M.'Lowney Co. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal Balkan states have no intention of exterminating the Turkish people. "The significance of the fall ot Turkish stronghold of Kirk-Kilisseh j lies in the fact that the Turks had I gathered there the best troops in j their atmy and their 'best geuerals; If they have failed to hold this stronghold they will scarcely be able to resist further south." Turkish Troops Claim Advantage Constantinople, Oct. of desperate hand to hand fighting ber tween the Bulgarians and the Turks are told in newspaper despatches reaching here from Adrianople. .Great losses were sustained by both armies in the battles, around that city on Tuesday and Wednesday. Uayunets were used freely in the fight for possession of the banks of the Tundja river and hundreds were lulled or wounded. Eight battalions of Bulgarian troops that attacked the village of Maras yesterday were repulsen nj the Turkish troops with heavy losses. The Turks have of their fin- est troops or. tin- line stretching front Kirk-Kilisseh to Adrianople, winch latter city is garrisoned with men. Still another men guard ilie line from Adrianople to Lulebur- iras. Abdullah Pasha, the cominander- in-chief of the Turkish forces some time ago declared that the troops at his disposal were sufficient, and since then the great stream of fresh troops has been directed toward Sal- j otiiva. Communication Adrian- j up.lc is still working normally and no serious attack on the defenses of that town is yet reported hy the Turkish commander. Fugitives from Kirk- Kilisseh, most of them Christians, I are being brought to Constantinople by train. On the other side of the Peninsula, Jickki Pasha with an army of thirty thousand Turks is retorted j to have attacked the Servian army [north of Kumanova just as a large [force of Bulgarians was about -to ef- fect a juncture with it. The .''Ser- vians found the four divisions of their troops broken up and lied in confu- sion hack across the frontier, leaving a 'battery of artillery and a general's jilag behind them. The Turks took many prisoners and found a large number of dead and wounded on the field. Zekkf pasha then turned his attention to the, Bulgarians, whom he attacked and routed, driving them al- so back across the frontier, with a loss of four of their field guns. A despatch- from Uskup says that civ- ilians who are able to leave that! town are departing toward the south. It is announced today that the for- eign military attaches "here are to he permitted 'to. leave for the front tomorrow. The Ottoman government has notified the various embassies that the reports of their military At- taches should be made in French and a similar request has been mane in tlic case of war -but it is doubtful whether this cut) he carried out., Was Terrific Slaughter Vicniiii, Oct. of wounded beitj ttwaporlcil from Ad- rianoplc and Kirk-Kilisseh on -itheir way to Constantinople that tbe military and is so 15 reat government hospitals cannot contain them, no cording to despatches received here from Constantinople. The facts arr not published by the Turkish war of- fice. COP DRUNK ON DUTY A member police force, TipA one of the new men, was missing froin his beat last night. A search resulted in his being found1 under tbe influence of liquor lying in a lane. ei to headquarters ami ordered, remove hi of a job. AN AUTUMN TAILOR-MADE Of raspberry stripftd valoure ratine with champagne colored vest cloth and wool embroidered collar; black hat, with raspberry colored When Baking yon M careful alxml the you use, you are aboiil tlic flour or powder? Poor tnlt will niiu a hiikltiff, just R.I surely noar In llit kitclicn nnd on the lible, the Cnc. pure 5Q WINDSOR ft TABIE SALT Leave the Gity W Vrisiting to see want Visitors to Ijollibndge nionts lor women n.ntl children.' It is most; important linvo these tiling in tho right: at the rijrh.t. price. You can tliis nt SIMPSON'S. ni New Shipment of Women's Coats Just to Hand Splendid Tweed and Chinchilla Coats Lille IVccHl Bear Cloth and'Plnsh Coats at; .jjiD.OO. Ladies' and Misses'" Serge, and Panama now styles 00 Girls''Serge, Pamama and Poplin Dresses M Ladies'and Children's Warm Kimonos Short Kimonas Made from soft down s in many pretty color 'combina- tions. Prices Tailored Shirt Waists In M'essalinp silks Gr In Pure Flannels In White Vest ings In Linen and Pique .t.. Long Kimonas Beaiitif.nl soft, warm, Eider- down Cloth, long Mmonas, rich colorings. Prices and Mitts and Gloves Ladies' far-lined Mitts... Ladies' Angora Lined Mitts Children's Wool Lined Mitts 90c. "Boys' wool lined Gloves Ladies' Newest Neckwear Collars, Ties, Scarfs and Silk Mufflers, Swell Goods, Moderately Priced Fine Quality Fur Muffs and Neck Pieces e Rl IIP POX I AorLF A .MINK quality" Canadian -Mink skins, made up in medium size, pillow shapes. Shelving -six heads. PRICE CQ 4 KfJ THIS WEEK STOLE TO MATCH THIS AVBJ3K AT BLACK PERSIAN LAMB .MUFF AND LARGE .STOLE bright curl, beautifully trimmed and lined. THIS WEEK, THE BLUE WOLF MUFF AND eizo. A very .popular: set for -ypuns M-omeil. PHICB'THLS WEEK. BLUE FOX, MUFF AND Fiac quality fur. THIS WEEK ONLY CHEAPER Electric Seal and Coney. Price per set and Stoclcs throughout the store are at their best. You'll find nn diffi- cnl'.ty in getting just wha.t yon want a.fc't.he right price in Underwear, CJ-loves, Hosiery.. Corsets. (.roods, Silks and Linings, Linens nnrii ITonso Furnishings, f S ixth Street Limited SOUM COUNTRY TO FARMERS 127 5th Avc. East, Calgary, Alta. Beat Malting Barley wanted. Send samples and particulars re- garding quantities a-nd prices to T. P. FELDER IMPORTANT approved and up to (late kind. "Talk question whatever but that the vis- about said one old vcter-j itors to tin; Congress have been and V T 1 n 1 "57 an of tlie "soil tocttcr "re being profoundly impressed with Fl mil 11 !tA Y industries dn vim wnnt than those all that drv-farming .stands for. M uiu ihi; soll limv 'at this Great World's The pcopi c of the south country This remark caught the fancy of the, old veteran's hearers and everyone made them, elves .he. ml on the Con- cultivation of gress Exposition gr fcunds yesterday. (llc on lines was an j Haymonri ai id Cards! on vied with industry in every sense, of the term each other i n an attc; upt to proclaim one wliidi was the baclilmnc of their hoosli-ng proclH-itics, but the agricultuul world. There is no Ravmon.'litc s with the t assistance of j -rr their hand, made the velkin ring. H was certain ly a day of! rejoicing for both towns and they were pRtfectly jifiitifted as- the results' of the var- ious compe ititions prove It is hc- c'oming mi ire and more to thpso who; have witncssc d the exhib- j its what tremendous ini is attached 1o the meant us of those twin wo rds of magic, "Dry-Fann- E rerywhere on t he grounds yesterday: afternoon oxpru ssions of opinitn oould lie heard (jn nil sides that J correct and only of farming was "dry-farming" and to show HEX if the people un- derstood (lie signilicnncK and neaning of (hn ie tin iliey lost nn oppoi 'tunity in nnlifclu rniJig those about thri >lhai; meant farming oi most Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Machinery November 4th 1912 olRlit mlJi ON THE FARM DESCRIBED BELOW far-m ou 1he best torms ever offoreil. Situated ahout nortli easi. of I.cthbrldge, near Wight Mile Luke, three and one-half mlleis north-'v.'ost oC Coaldiilo. Tho farm Una natural Writf- for further parliculars. Roti poPi.ei'H or apply lo b212Uiii Ave.. South, Lethbrldge or J. A. Smltlr, Auctioneer ;