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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBEA 28, 1918 LETHBRIDGE OAILV GERALD PAGE ELEVEN aire at Better Price the oiBtstandrng features of every yoM caim always do better at ise's Store^ and the cHef reasons why Wonderful String of Suits and Coats, Skilfts-and Dresses, Waiats, Klmonas. Uudurskiils, etc., featuring many lato arrivals that you have not seen betore. WE FIT THE HARD-TO-FIT. WE CARRY A MOST COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES FOR YOUNG LADIES, SMALL WOMEN, REGULAR SIZE AND EXTRA LARGE WQWEN UP TO 47 BUST MEASURE AND 36 INCH WAISTBAND. IN EVERY CASE WHER^ WE.CANNOT FIT YOU PERFECTLY WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Novelty Cloth and Silk Skirt -$15.00 to $27.50 Silk Camisoles .... $1.50 to $2.50 Tweed and Vclour Coats- -$27.50 to $35.00 Novelty Velour Coats- -$42.50 to $60.00 Wash Crepe Kimonas- -$3.00 to $10.00 Lovely Serge Suits ... ... Finest Serge Suits i,... Fur Trimmed Broadcloth SuitS'. ... Silk and Serge Dresses Plain Silk aild Serge Skirts ....... Silk Underskirts $35.00 to $45.00 $50.00 to $62.50 $90.00 to $100.00 $20.00 to $45.00 . $10.00 to $22.50 ... $6.50 to $8.50 Fiir Trimmed Velour Coats- -$67.50 to $100.00 Silk Waists....... $5.00 to $8.50 Crepe de Chine and Georgette Waists ... $7.00 to $11.50 Heavy Velour Kimonas- :-$5.00 to $9.50 In Wonderfully Attractive Styles By fill- llifi finest lot and mosl al.tiaclivf styles Wf have yet had lo show, compri-iiiiK I he most approved models from leading Aniericmi nud French milliners. MISS WATSON in charge ileaiilil'iil new weaves Tor fsil! in a wonderfnl variety of designs and colorings and a variety of clioioe. ihc like of which wc iiave never been able to show before.  AND WHILE THESE ARE IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS TO EVERY WOMEN IN SEARCH OF NEW MATERIALS, WE CAtS. ASSURE YOU( THAT THE PRICES ARE THE MOST INTERESTING OF ALL, COMPRISING AS THEY DO MOST FAVORABLY WITH THOSE OF A YEAR AGO. Exceptii And iPrices as Low as a Year Ago black, 50c Ladles' Lisle Hose, white and tans, at..................... Silk Lisle Hose, color black and white............................... o, s. Silk Lisle Hose, black, white and brbwn................................ Heavy Silk Hose, all colors in stock. ........................... Ribbed Top Silk Hose, black and white only .................>..... Finest Silk Hose, plain and striped. Special ... 2.00 65c 75c 1.00 1.25 Pure W^pl, Cashmere Hose.blapk .only.....................:.,----... Exti;a'Special Cashmere Hose, SVb to 10 inches............... ... .*.'.... 'Infants' Cashmere and Silk tisje Hose........................ 90c 1.25 50c in. Very large, variety of choice Natural Badger Setsv at...... $50.00 Natural Wolf Sets,. $72.50 and $75.00 Taupe Wolf Sets.......... $100.00 Black Wolf Sets ... $50.00 to $100.00 Black Fox Sets .........$125,00 Red Fox Sets . ..........$137.50 Finest Beaver Sets $150.00 and $160.00 Finest Sable Sets...........$190.00 Childrens' Sets.......$7.00 to $16.50 Cyranite Cloth, many colors, yard ............................... Fine Poplin, all colors, yard .............................. 59 inch Serge, various colors, yai-d ................................ Novelty Stripes and Plaids, ^I'ccial yard................................ Pure Wool Basket Cloth, yard ................................ Novelty Worsted Suitings, ri4 inch, yard............................... Viyella Flannel, cream only, yard................................ Black Lamb Cloth, yard ri.li, and '................................ Wdol Jersey Suitings, yard .......'.......................... Heavy Cream Serge, yard........................ �.:..... 1.75 2.50 2.75 2.50 4.00 4.50 1.75 3.75 6.00 3.50 Crepe de Chine, all colors, specifil; yard............................... .. . Habutai. Silk,. ,'Jii. inch, aJl colors, yard................................ Durability Silk, incli. All colors, yard ......'............,............ Heavy Poplin Silk, :!6 inch, all colors, yard . ..'............................ � �Ld'i'iiy Crepe Poplin, Xi; inch, all colors,/yard....................... Black Ouchesse Silk,' . .1!2.0"0 to........................... Black Peau de Sole, yard .�JH.SO and'.......................... Lovely Charmeuse, all dark shades, yard .............................. Novelty Silks, the handsomest silks we have ever had to show in fllaids, checks, stripes and floral designs. Special values, . m /|*|' $2.50 to................---- ..... t:.UIP 1.75 1.25 1.75 1.75 2.25 3.75 4.00 4.00 etc...... Splendid Silk Gloves, .black and �white, double tips......!............. Heavy Silk Gloves, black, white and grey................................ Girls' Heavy Dogskin Gloves, lan only ............................... Our Stock of Gloves is Most lete black 2.65 AND SPECIAL VALUES PREVAIL THROUGHOUT ' Suede Lisle Gloves, white \ Lad^ieS' Dress Gloves, lan. grey, natural, 1 OC ! white and tans. l��o ! $2.50 and ..,....... 1.00 1.25 1.65 brown, 75c 'Ladies' Wool Gloves, grey, liavy, white and black. 65c and ' -. GijUs' Knitted Gloves, all colors, plain CA_ '.ind-f-auc.'^ 50c and .......-............ OUC ' pojgtkin Walking Gloves, ladies' size^ ......................... 2.50 d AvCo S. LefhEridge, Alta. TER WEATHER ? : ? R SHIP STRANDING PEACE NOTE AT [? WASHINGTON W'asliiuglon. Oct. 2S.-Fred Oderlin. cliarge of tlie Swiss legation, delivered the German note'; at the state departnieni at :! o'clock this atternoon. It was said not to differ materially from I lie wireless version. .;,.;. .> .;. .> ' "5 IN FLANDERS FIELDS ? : > : ? ? > ? ? ? > > ? In Flanders fields he poppies hlow Between the crosses, row on row. That mark our place; and in the sky 'i'ho larks still bravely singing fly. Scarce heard amidst the guns below. We are the dead: Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow. Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe To you from falling hands we throw The torch-be yonrs to hold it ihgh: If ye break faitii witii us who die . Wc shall not sleep, though popples grow In Flanders fields. "In Flanders Fields" is reprinted again by request. This poem by Col. McCrao has been widely quoted all over the world and strikes a high note in war sacrifice and war giving. It was aptly chosen as a su'i)ject for the Victory Loan posters for this year's campaign, whlcii are now on display in the city, and its eloquent appeal, "If ye break faith....we shall iiol. Bleep," .speaks volumes for the cause. Col. John McCrae enlisted from Montreal and his poem was wjltten while the second battle of Ypres was in progress, lie gave up his life on the battlefield and now lies "In Flanders Fields."  * * * personal  �  Mayor llardie and Commissioner Mcocli have returned from Edmonton.  � * Friends of .Miss Lottie Wood will regret to hoar she is ill with Influenza. Mr. W, F. Nelson wa^ a visitor lii Calgary last week. .Miss King has gone to Coalhurst to help in th'e eRideniic {here. Mrs. J. W. Hawdlen and Hiss ISditli Cawdon are ill at their hopie on 7th street. ' >t! * * � S .Mrs.'T. It. Brewer, wiio was suffer-iag w'ith Spanish influenza, was un- able to get hospital accommodation, but through the "kindness of Rev. A. E. Snow was admitted to hia house on Saturday, where she is now under treatment. *   �  � churches and SOCIEiriES > The teachers and business women brown nicely. Serve on doily and garnish with par.sley am! on eacii po-atn sMck a very small sprig luE green. VICTORY LOAN AT VICTORIA';: Victoria. Oct. 2S.-Though up to noon today no figures were available, from headquarters, with the prov.ln-cial government's investment of sinking funds or ?5(jJ,000, the 350,000 in- at the Red Cross rooms which will be open at the usual hours.   * ? : : �: : : ? : : : : : .; :.> > .> ? : ;� ? : : : : .: Potato Soup' 2 cups raw potatoes. 2 cups hot niHk. , 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. T tablespoon finely chopped celery. 1 tablespoon grated onion or % teaspoon grated nutmeg. 2 tablespoons buttered crumbs. 1 teaspoon salt. ; % teaspoon pakrika. 1 teaspoon butter, / , 1 teaspooh flour. Wash, pare and cut the potatoes, put on in boiling water and boil 3 0 minutes; drain, put in 3 cups boilinK water or rice stock; boll slowly until tender. Wash in water in whicli they were boiled; put in top of double boiler and add the hot milk, onion or nutmeg and celery, the butter and flonr rubbed together and boil 5 minutes; add the salt, parlka and parsley. Serve with the crumbs over top. Buttered crumbs: Put 1 tablespoon butter in small frypan, add 2 tablespoons fresh bread crumbs; place over fjre and shake pau until a light brown. / ' t '* * , Potatoes on Half Shell Select long, even-sized white potatoes; wash'and dry. Then rub with a flittle dripping or oil. Put in hot oven and bake until tender. With sharp knife cut in halt the long way. Itamove the potato trpni the shell witli silver fork into warm flowl. .Add salt and pepper to taste. To each cup of potatoes add 1 teaspoon very finely chopped parsley, and a lilt'c nvtlted butter. IMlx well and fill the shell with mixture. Kound, the top and rough witli fork. Brush top witli well-iieateu ege Place in hot oven and Many Well Known Miner.s On Board-No Gold In Cargo. TWENTY-FIVE DEATHS AT MOOSE JAW are asked to deliver and receive work i vestment of the city and the .adjoining 'municipalities, and the $170,000 taken in at the Victory dugout will bring the totalfor Ihe.fir.'it day of tlie campaign  well up to $1,000,000.-- The canvassers are at present concentrating their efforts upon thehusi-ness district. I Vancouver. Oct.. 28.-C. E. Watson and George Randolpli, two prominent mining men from eastern Canada, were j doctors, lost on tiie Princess .Sophia. Watson ' situation Saturday was the manager of the Mining Corporation and Ranriolpli-was a mining expert. 'I'hoy oanio to A'ancouvcr some time ago to purchase Machinery for a mine which they had purchased near Revelstoke and went north to inspect the Engineer Silver Jline, in tiio Att-lin district, owned by Capt. J. Alexander. Capt. .Alexander, his wife and the'two eastern expei;tB,'were iiasseng- Moosc Jaw. Sask., Oct. 2,S. - iThis city's health committee, with big liead-quarters, a squadron of automobiles, ;I00 workers, volunteer nurses and took hold of the influenza and already it is believed the iieak of tile intluenza epidemic has been readied. There were 25 deaths over tliu week-end. FIVE DEATHS AT REGINA Hegina. Oct. 2S.-iFivp deatlis of influenza occurred in the city today. Over liie week-end (he provincial au-tliorities received' word of 577 cases URGE DRIVING THE HUNS FROM RUSSIA *t* * * 'J *t* *! *5� *J* *t* K* **'''^ > 4> ? OUTLOOK HITS ? ? ITS OBJECTIVE ? Jloose Jaw,.Sask.. Oct. 2S.- : Within a few liiiri'iites of the ? opening Of the Victory � Loan > campaign- this morniiig the '> town of Outlook had reached its U. S. Social - Democrats Urge ^' .Sending Enough Troops to ^. .> .> .> Clean TlVem Up. i > DONTSGOLD,MOTHEII! THE CROSS CHILD IS BILipVEBISH Look Pt Tongue! If Coatedj Clean Little Stomach, Liver Bowels. Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See it tongue is coated, this is a sure sign its liltle stomacli, liver and bowels are .dogged with sour waste. ei's oil tlie Princess Spjihia. Watson's | in the province. home was in Toronto,'it is understood. - C. L. Qlieen, one of-the Sophia vie- everytliing wi)l iu; done that is possible tims. was an alderman in Vancouver under.'.the distressing circumstances." some years ago. TheJ" following statement was made No Gold In Cargo tills imirning by H. W. Brodie, gener- .luneau. Alaska, Oct.; 2S.-.\o gold a'.Passeiiger agent^ of the Canadian was in the Sophia's cargo, according ^'aviUc tailway, who is in the city to Juneau officers of the Canadian I ^'"/"/''^".'""'f!"'i , ,. . , , Pacifi,- railwav .-oinpanv. k Dawson. I ^^"^ '"epiorable loss of lite, both of Y.T., dispatch' Saturday said KIondykG I l^'-^sengers and employees.- occasioned gold producer.^ lielieved tlie Sophia "^J'. �itikiug of^ the Pnneess bo- cai-i-ied about .i;l.O()0,000 in gold. .'1''""' ^'""i' f'�'"" ; ,, . , , , -v^ . , . tire persouuel of the company and es- .About lie:ul or horses cJn their ,,rtj,^ .,.,,o,,iatecl with waylrom Kuby. Alaska, to the States, comprised tlie only cargo on hoard the Sophia. The liorses belonged to W. H.-JRTcI^onald. a contractor, who was bringing thnm fi-om Dawson to Vancouver. Mrs. McDonald was Willi liini. Details received here toe.V�y said tliat I^riday afternoon it was decided to rig up a line and send the Sophia's people to the mainland if it became New York, Oct. 28.-Sendinf of sufficient allied troops into Russia lo drive out Germany and her allies was urged in resointiou.s adopted here last night by 50 pro-war delegates to a convention called by the Social-Democratic League of America. The convention named a committee, including representatives of the Russian Social-Revolutionary party, the Czecho-Slovak Socialist Federation and the Polisli Socialist Alliance, the South Slavic League and the Jewish League to call upon President Wilson and to explain to him the stand taken by the uonvention. Bel'orPadjournmenl, Charles Kd-ward Russell, author and member of the recent United States mission to Russia, ivas elected chairman of the Socialist-Democratic League, l-je succeeds John Spargo,.who cabled from Italy that he would be unable to.continue in the office, owing to the pressing work in Italy, ALKING OON'TWANT WILSON TO DICTATE THE TERMS Washington, Oct. 28.-a protest* against any peace terms dictated by President Wilson alone and. not representative of American' public opinion through senate con-; sideration of the peace treaty, j was made in the senate today by! Senator Knox of Pennsylvania,; Republican, and former secretary of state. In an address charging, the president with political fiarti-; sanship. When list less, pale, feverish, full of! necessary. The rising winds and wa cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't cat, sleep or act naturally, "has stom ach-ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the t'oul waste, the sour bile and fermenting food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this liarmlesi ters evidently blocked the execution of the plan. Snowstorm May Be to Blame Victoria, Oct. 2S.-Capt. J. W. Troupe, manager of the tJanadian Pacific Const Steamships, was informed in a message from Canadian Pacific Agent Lowell, a Juneau, this morning, that a patrol had been organized fruit laxative," and mothers can rest and was giving every assistance in easy after giving it, because it never fails (o make their little "insides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy, MQtherj A li.ttle |;iv--en today saves a^iclc child "tombrrb^t', but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California ^yrup of Figs," which has/ ilii'eisjibns'/Tibr babies, 'jhlldren bf tiR'ag^s' and 'for'joff Re- i we; the locating of tlie bodies "Irom the Princess Sophia. Over 2r) craft are reported to be searching for victims* i,"While no explanation 'has been �given;.lis' for the cau4e','bf'tlie sti'-nu'd-iiig,".'said Capi. Trpupfe.'jp a staiemont, on .'tiio disaster, "we ei^oiily .conclude lliafe.th'ti' Princess S3^{)KpJig0.tgH JJiiny ;of i.t)*' l>odies picked up were off*liBr course in'a .sni!>*�'storm, Winter ion ""' " "' '" the operation 'of the coast steamship services. The Princess Sophia was a favorite ahili.well known lo many and thousands of passengers who iiave made pleasaiit trips on this shiji will share our sorrow, because of the loss of so many dear people, so many of our faithful officers and crew aud the good sliip itself. "The manager of the fleet, Capt. .1. W. Troupe, is doing everything iios-sibie (o furnish prompt and reiiifble information to all interested. Wo are specially indebted to the press for the full accounts they have been able 'to publish so promptly. "Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy goes forth to all sufferers." Tlie storm which saw the end of tile Princess Sophia and her precious load of iiiiiiian freiglit was terrible in its intensity. Details of the scenes whicli occurred aboard when the steamer plungcil into the depths during tlVe ra-ging- -storm during tlie^ night probably will iiever he known, as there is noJidpeof anyone surviving the terrible eat astrophe grown-ups plainly, on the bottle member there ar.e counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see jhat yours i,s made by the ."California Fig Syrup' have a careful search-made of the Company." Hand back with contP'ji:,)', beaches for possible survivors. The ' any otlior (ift Advertis'ji;:��t. ' Princess Alice will be there today aud life rafts, according to w-ord receiv-eather having set in much earlier led here, which indicates tliat a des-tlian usual this year. jjierate aitcinpt was made by many to Instructions have been scut (o |Those who left the vessel on the rafts have a careful 8earch'"Tnade of get away from the? doubtless succumbed and exposure. sinking shiii.' to cxiiaiistion Paris, Oct. 20.-Col. E. M. House, who has arrived in Paris on a confidential mission for President Wilson, today made the following statement to the Associated Press: "It is with the keenest pleasure that 1 find myself again in France. Upon my last visit some 11 months ago, the allied fortunes, it seemed, had struck tiieir lowest levels. Those memorable days, when we counselled together and formulated plans looking toward military and naval unity and the co-j ordination of war economies and industries, can never be forgotten. "From that hour the clouds began to lift and We could see very dimly at iirst the stars of hope and victory which today are shining with such a steady glow. "We are now confronted with difficult and more complex problems- problems which I feel confident will be met with high courage and with the wisdom which comes from lofty motives." Col. House saii^ that liis trip had no co-relation with an armistice and he l\ad not received from President Wilson and the American government spejiial powers tQ^.ii,egpjtifttev,on this question. As regards future negotiations which might arise, Col. House declined to lalli. TO ALL WOMEN WHURE ILL This Wonaan Recommoida Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- \ Ubie Compound-^Her . > Penonal Experience. McLean, Neb.-"I want to reeom^ mend Lydia E. Pinkham's '^seetabU ..............................IwQBBen who luffer from any functional disturbance, aa it has done ma mor* Kood tha� all the doctor's medicine; Since takine it I have a fine healthy, baby eitl and havq gaineif in health and Btrength.:: Myhua-band aiiil I both praise ybar, rped-icmelo all aufferin( women."-MrsiJoiniiC#P�L]f ANN, R. No. 1, McLean, Nebraska.-. This famous root and'||>�rb; rame^n Lydia E. Pinkham's. Vefet^la Cem-pound, has been 'rGsta|i'ihgr.%omeD of America to health for.more 'ithm; fortjr years and it will well pay hy'wemaB who eafCers from displacementc, im� flammatloB, ulcerttion, irregularitiaC backachv, headaches, nervousBcss of "thi blues" to give this �uccestful remedy a trial. For ipecial auffc^itidM in rifuA t* Tour ailment write Ly<�a E." Pinkhaid Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result 1 of iU long experience ii mtjioai aervic4^ 65 1 ;