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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN IW. I.KTiinHmr.K fnil.Y FRIDAY, OCTOBER ID1? What is Crushed Coffee? Briefly, Crushed Coffee is coffee that has had the beans crushed between steel rollers with just enough pressure exerted to break the brans into clean, even grains from which the bitter chaff ar.d rlust are easily separated by air Resulting in a coffee so pure that no egg is needed to settle it. Red Rose CofJfee is as easy lo make as Red Rose Tea, nnd its flavor, aroma and smoothness are a delight as com- pared with the ordinary ground coffees. Sold only in double-staled air-tight cans to keep it good. The same price as it was three years 6" Red Rose Coffee Ptrls, Orl Premier Pfllcilert's TV Ibe-Unlled StalM ii sending us, mlulstrv cWtlnod 34E favoraUe voles adialraWo: enetgy. uulorlsl sml sodlcrs. Tnt> of sucti oil October 19. artf his new ministry ,s yesterday obtained only 2SS voteiM "Premier I'ulnleve lisa rcferr.wl lo sllstily more hilt .th'e'rotea Inline allied conference, saying ac- Ihe dumber of deputies. This onporl- clslonj would be laVea 'at il which JOII.1IOIIK.OF Calgary. Oct. An has Him roles numbered 137. yartly from [would conduct of (lie war Ijeen commenced by Cold Seal the Sorltllsla and partly [rom tns and its conclusion. I like my Umlicd, Uquor dealers, agalnel tlio llBdical Socialists. TLe sime place at the conference as n retire- KJBIMS company- whlcb Eupplled the hundred members who spiilalive of the government 1 awl i ii abstained irom voting. I Ihe syinpalny and llie confidence c! Probably result In a Judicial In- The vote testifies once more to the tbo chamber for ive aro at the uio- terprpl.itlon of Ihe validity o[ Iho hesitation ot the chamber lo defeat went of the war when, as Premier provisions of the, Alberta Liquor Act my ministry during Ihe war. Lloyd George has said. It Is necessary under, which. It Uas been assumed Pu'Uil.i.- Palcleve refused lo be for us to bo ou our guard HEalrist Ger- iiiai it illegal to import or (ulo a discussion of the reslg- uiany's diplomatic uermsny i0 or irom r> liquor warehouse nation of M. Hlbot. the foreign mio- Is now reduced lo attempts to weak- provlm'O- ister. He bce.au his speech by siy- en tho national sentiment of each of The action Is brought lo recover Ing that he would put questions (he allies and to reawnkeu iiuarrels ;or [hc refusal of Ihe ci- of persons and would not reopen dp- uciwcen Iho allks." press company lo accept shipments j bats on a closed subject as events M. Larthou said that 11 was huuos- Oj for export from Alberta might appiar obscure il was siblo to state at present what guaran- to points ju Saskatchewan anil else necessary lo avolQ during a period tees should be exacted agalust Ihe re- where, and also for refusal lo receive ot unEeiilemcnt. Tho premier srcke currc-cce of a war llko (he present fhipnmuls In British Columbia con- chlefly on Alsace-Lorraine. one. The neutralization of certain ter- to the plaintiff company's J, Louis Barlbou, the neve foreign r.'torles, he added, bad been suggest, warehouse at Calgary. A dcclara- nilulsler. the chamber for ed. i's asked thai Ilio express Iho first time glnce the beginning of Deputy Renauuel Interrupted, say- company, is not cutilled to refuse to the ivar, said In part: Ing laat .M. B.inliou referred to some- tne plaintiffs gooils. "N'ever has Krauco had greater rea- thins that lie had said Ourln? a secret company Is defending son for souiplele couf.dcnce In vie- session. Uul. Jf. Kenaudel whal (he on srounil that It Is lory nt tho moment when the United lie chiefly demanded a society of Uy lno ,irovlsions of the Stales lias enlcrcd the strujgle and nallons. ]lqucf act_ [rom I nieuls. The replT filed liy.the'Oold Sell Limited, is to He effect that In sofar as tho liquor act prohibits Iho carriage and delivery of liquor .to or', from' a liquor warehouse in Ihe or- I dlnary courso of- an' inler-provlnclal business, ilia act. Is ullra vires of tho L -uaL being an inlerference .with.lrade anil commerce, which Is London. Oct. 26. Right lion, n uialter1 within' Ihe' executive iurls- fieorge N. names, member of the diction ot Iho. parliament of. Canada. abilUy due to JIHitarr Service. Class those honorably dtscharged alter less than six months service in Ihe C. E. F., or who have volunteered lo enlist and have been re [used es medically until. Class those who have CalsarvT Od- L. Parker. fnining engineer, (be man who was responsible lor the settlement ol the Imore recent strikes at the Drumheller lend Pocnbontns mines, leaves tonight for Coal Crrfb, B.C.. to investigate It bo Irouble beliveen Ihe miatrs and manaEemeat there, which had arisen over the refusal to allow yard- With Sash Factory Here- Other Fane Decorated TMlisb, war cabinet, has Issued a j statement by the food ministry of the steps taken to meet the food short- age, and to limit tho profits on food, He poinls oul all the stuffs are now under control, namely. bread, Hour, meal, potatoes, sugnr, Word was received in the city yes-1 milk, butler cheese, bacon, Jam, oat- tcrday ol the death on October 17 in meal peas, beans, chocolate and fECd- a French hospital ol Pie. Chas. Ross, [Ing stuffs for livestock, -Regarding who enlisted In Winnipeg and went j profits anil prices which have been overseas with a Winnipeg battalion, .or are being he mentions erery volunteeerd to enlist, but whose ser-1 doss was Bounded some time stage ol production and dislrlLulion. vices have been refused on the aso. He well fcoovrn in ef controlled commodities from (he bridge having been employed here at slockjard or Vjarnyard lo the shop the sash and door factory. PLe. Ross counter. leaves mourn his Joss Iwa sisters j jjaracs said lhat Iho ground that they would oe more use- ful lo the State in their actual oc- cupation than If they enlisted: Applicants must fill in an applica- tion [arm, which -can he procured from Secretaries, ol the Great War Veterans Association, in this district, OT from Militia Headquarters, Cal- lage charges at one ol the entrances. Mr- Parker will InvesL'sate the Applications must be accompanied and -three brothers. One brother, j tive mlddleraRn has been eliminated SIOiCHffirlNE! Dtapepsin" Fixes Sick, Sour, Uptet Stomachs in Five Minutes. YoU don't war.1, a slow remedy when your'.stQ'uiaclr is bad or on uncertain ____ ___ ___ __ ._. siomacli; with the Pioneer Lumber Co. here; by the necessary middleman are ho- is-lo'o valuable: you musn't Injure it" _ _____ ._ ____ ____________ ___ _____ __________ _.. Gordon Ross, has been employed and the charges' tha( inav be rjnfle n harmful OD tor nearly eight years. Lfeul. Frank J. Fane, son ot prices or prollls. Major Fane, aad nepheiv ot City Clerli DonaW Duff, ha3 been awarded ing defined anrt regulated by fixing drugs. r-'ialms ol the miners and the cocll- by discharge certificates, for men I military medal according to word Junior Juice Ileadc. ot Waterloo, lions thoroughly .and mate a report bave served in the C. E. F. Class just received by his relatives here. [Ont., bis teeri appointed county court j HS milllons-of cures In Pane's Diapepsin, Is no led Tor its speed m Giving relief; Us harmless-. ness; Its certain, unfailing action In regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. llo Coal Commissioner on and "D" men, who bare been will depend LQB ruling o[ Ihe medically exemined, and refused, In the two previous must forward Ihclr rejection papers, Lleul. Fane Is iroundefl at preseal. Pie. Vem K. Morris, who was re- ported in the Herald recMlly as har- Toronto, JIM been appointed to. (he Judge in Waterloo, -vice Judge Hen- gastritis and other slomacli HIDE, resigned. Edward J. Hearn, bas made ft famous the of -War Service Badges, Headquarters MUltiri- District Xo; 13. Calgary, from whence, liev will be forwarded to Mililld and be. distributed, -when ap- Ihe commissioner's rulius iras.it in possession ot such. ling been accidentally was Junior Judgeship vacated by Judge Kqcp this perfect stomach doctor In lilon; the eiact lines laid do-in In Applications will latea on the strength at Winnipeg, jReade. ydur It n III-.'1'arter's report. Mr. Parker vflll be forwarded ID Uie officer in charge] Man. HIS home address Is Lettt-j _ _ _ fi'fij-Hcent case from any drug store and leer F. B. HarrUoa. The foHowJns Instructions arejia-! tor the guidance ot appllcintE plor War Sen-ice Uadges, In MllLUry [strict vlth Hilltla Class .honourably riftchargeri after actual service at the (front. -those ihonourably after sli niontbs strrlcB In the C. E. F., than ,aii .aerrlce, provided reason of proved by Militia Headquarters, from 'strict Headquarters. No badges will he-iEEued-fo any per- son who has bKn obviously unfit for Military Service during the period In which enlistment has been going on, or to any person who was held med- now cause him to he placed in Med- ical Category EtrengLh at Pincher Creek, is rep_ort- 924 street Wilson, dizziness" and i.ausea; cructa- ed as but remaining on duty >.SU 9th avenue northj'fiatrel R.- Steed, tions of a'cld and undigested September 3J. i ISKOflfRAID'S BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED. Triumph, Oct. 25. P. Schwales, a bante president, has bean arrested charged with interfering with Ihe Liberty bonfis sale. He suh- Ecribed! for worth of bonds at- ler- attending a last night. against him, however, have.neVbeen rftmbved. Let us get back to common- sense natural food CEKTtTKT ago wealthy hddut fa old loadoa invited hij friends la t "wfaite dinner." Rothing but tie old- time whole-grain bread bad erer been oJed.befwT, but a HongirUn rnjller solved the problem by, jwniorinf from (he -colored flour eTtrrttiing but the white 'statthy parts that the bread too, the dinner, might be white. The idea of white foods became a tad and the craze spread all cm the world. Dr. Roman Meal V. H. h t to die eld-tfaw, riniMiiii linn, diet. The iSaoH uaircrul of wlita Ii founded nfoa TAD. Its daily piwinf UdtT of Rnua Ilet] Ii [oumle4 Kl Kraun i biluctd comKut wtolo rf wheit whole twrrtw at nt wlert ud The flu bit kwn tKtatt ibsolutely (utelera a4 br ciectricllj; It Is (tit most oourisilnf Mtd known. Meal prtTents It relierrt noitipalioa, ot we will lelm rmr wme. ted oa Gems fruit RoeXa Cookies. Bcmey. litre an rnanj Romu Meal recljej prlnte lie you can uso all or anrof jour urn faTorite recipa by mixing 1-3 while floor with 2-J Komin Meal, Roman Keal resloiea Ihe Int bwiDce to the white flour. It makes paneafces that tho most person will relija tkem, also waffles, muffins, fruit rocks, gingerbread, kowa bread, iteam ;uddinj. jut oujtt (DIM the tilila tat vfl nitah Roman Med ponldge with iu dtliciow ttior. Romifl Meal ponidge MUST i fiirrca, eicept mJiing meu4 MM! indlgKtloo, It It form ________iu poroatii you do not stir while cooking. TW ditwUre julctt tele's crerj quickly, Wu ta Kaau Meal givn the muscles o( (Mr tigsStin ifiita It> atturil work to that nUcrei MutiJMtioa. fluseei also aids la tbif acct firernirii (lie bran ttom causing catarrh el the bowel Ask joar dpi'.jr. Al ell pxctt. Carrjston. Cornelia .GreenpntKippen- romembEr as soon as Pipe's piapppsln ville; Margaret. Crest. J (Lejhhndgq: comes in.contacL.wllti Lhg.slbmach all Carl Sandquist, 439 I sucV distress. vaDJshes., Us prompl- M. Walton, Haymonfl; Eleaiior Snow, certainly and ease in overcoming Cardston; .Norman Coot, S2S; fith St. Ihe worst stomach disorders is a revo- "i latlok to Those who try it Advert. The following are the results of.lie color, competition recently conducted by-the Hf.rald: j 1st, Billy Kings, 308 7th Are. 2nd, Lucfle Xopp, War- "Alta.; 3rd, Aerial Carson, 1203 6th ATC. South, Lelhbridee; 1th, Ar-. villa -Cleave, Maclcod; 511i, Eleaiipr SInon, Cardston. The are worthy Df special mention: Beaunlla Frauds, 3H 15lh street south; Mary A. James, 711 3rd, str'eel suuth; Edwin Paimcr, Darn- lla llolman, Stirling; Vera H. Collins, 636 JDlh Leadbellef, 722 17th street north; Borilia Ptayle, Foremosi; Arthur Sparks, C13 Bin street south; W. II. Rtobns, Hlllcrest; Elsie Ahrcns, 012 8th street south; Willie Melvln, Leth- brlilse; Clande O'Learj. 515 6th St. soulh; Albert Smith, 1304 13ln slrccl north; Kdilh Dawrlen, G41 7th'street soulh; Holly Wogil, Taljsr; -Marguer- ite Playle, Foremost; Eiltfh Impltl, 1S13 1st avenue Ainorlh; Inez Wrentham; Fj-cd Holmes. 417 lath St. north; Dulcle Llnplngwell, 326 Olh Sl.: south; Claurle'JIcGulrc, CIS Olh Aye. i south; I.ynoill Ell'ott, 733 ICth street Isabel 11033, 1617 3nl avenue north; May Anr.ctts, 127 19lh street north; Gladys Mackvood, 937 7lh'street south; Clifford Benson, Commerce; Gwendoline Docomare, 324 13th street south; 217 13th street norlri; nliby Ingrarri, 217 slrecl Alice Conkltn, 53 1 Dominion block; Do.-is Kowlcr, 34 I Dominion block; 'Marjorlc Youklil, 744 Westminster Are., Wlrjn.'pee; Herntce Blake, 910 12lh street soulh; Ethel Jones, 623 'Jlh street sDutli; Glenns Wooliey, naymond; Helen O'Drlcn, Beltrldge, Cordston; Jrtin Jlelrln. f.elhnrldee; Sbblo JIann. Monarch; Clarence Mpvyilllams, flow I island; Wlnnlfred Jones, 1733 7th Ave. {north; Anna Sandquist, 429 13th St south; Helen Schumacher, OG3 10th street soulh; Mary Kroplnac, 605 16th street noriti: Edwin b. Kearney, Stir- ling; Minnie Noble, CRfclston; Thcl- tia Dntld, Coaldale; llcnrr KollloKson, Letlibrldse; Isabel niion, ISO? 6th arenuo nojlh; Edith Jacobs, Magnth; n. Morley, Coalhiirst; Charlie Rulkle. Roral View; AHrM, Ilalev; sle riiltlsl, 713 4lh avenue EOulti; Julia. Benoll, Noblcford; Ilertle Ny- hoff, Monarch; Ina M. Jones, 419 12th street north; Ihi Acton, Marleod; 111- rel Jonea, Wrenlham; VloJel Klnner, 013 13th.slrecl eoulh; BITie McNeely, Wnrncr; Jfary rsyhoff, Afonnrcli; fj'l llan Knapman, 710 5lh avenue south Annie J. Hurst, Taber; Annie Bib street south; Elmer Cox, No- S Mcford; Hoy Hopkins, llardlcvllle; Ilernird Knlhtis. 425 12th street N.; J VTlnw Ilova, Barons; Nina lIcMullln. ttayniond; Bcnolt. N'oWerorrl; J Nellie Marchant, 910 7th street A S.; Mike Ilosbasfcle, 610 12th street DRESS SLIPPERS Iii patent leathers juul Jsirt leathers, plain jiatterns or with biicklcs, widths A, IJ, CVDand E. These are the newest in the market. BALLET Women's Sforoeii 1'cHicoal.s. All colors and Saturday Women'ft Puro, While Flunnclctli1. Gowns. Soft I'ini.sli, full sixes. Saturday White Voile Blouses. Best in all sixes, 3 1 to 44'. Worth S2J5. Saturday each ______ only, Women's Serge Suits. On sale Satur- dayat S19J50 Dark Rat Muffs, Saturday, each IJlack ili'issian Dos1 Saturday Boys' rullovcr Jerseys, colors navy, wine anil grey. Saturday' Extra heavy quality stripe Flannelettes. Assorted colors. Saturday, ynril 20c j -11 iu. Tweed Dress Goods. Grey, brown ami blue mixtures. Saturday, per yard 90c Uoys' Corduroy Bloomers. Sizes 22 to for W.75, 26 to 34 at................. Boys' Dark Tweed Suits. Saturday. f. for' yon oil sliorf notice these in women's and misses sizes. .TTHcsc can foe procured jn on requirements for H of pairs. QN CO. S.. ToqucsjSbig, assortiucnl.; ol. colorp. .Sat-., in-rtay 25c Women's JIoHse Dresses. Saturday AVomen's Allovcr Arpons, each.....'.-'.', 75c Girls' Knitted Cap Scarf Sets sijJO Men's Heavy, JVool Sox. Suturrtay, pair 35C Boys' Leather Lincfl Mitts, pair.. 5Qc Scotch Tartan Silk liair Kibbous, Saturday. Dresden Fiuicy Silk Hair llibbons. Saturday, yarrt Warm Kiugwood Knit Gloves. Black and colors. Saturday, pair 40c Special: Women's Rat Fur Coats. Saturday prices We are of fcriiig closest prices for Satur- day on all lines of underwear for men, women and, children in combination or two-piece milts. The Simpson Co. Ltd, roiii'lh Avenue South Defend Canada s Coast Qualified Officers and Mcnwantcd nonce1! service in (he Canadian Naval Pitrols.V i fiom S2.SO i itj ind UO.W iml ipwirdll. 1 lo dtpcndenls. Mtfi iiiSI it'll sUawisii: ffl'r M.9J (0 toniol Britithiub' 118 lo 45. Alia Iiciicici for Siekcri, 9u- .1 anH tit Naval Recruiting Office, the Department of the Naval Service, Ottawa, Trie Htvml Heeruilingiecrttar MS Wellinfton Si., Otl.wi. ;