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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBKft 2$, 1918 T!)M fXTHmUDGF, DAILY fiKHALD PAGE ELEVEN 1 i I n i l iiggeir Stocks, at Better Price These are the outstanding features of every 1 i I 1 1 8 i you can department of always do better at s Big Store, and the chief reasons why Mil � Novelty Cloth and Silk Skirts- -$15.00 to $27.50 Silk Camisole's.....$1.50 to $2.50 Tweed and Velour Coats- -$27.50 to $35.00 Novelty Velour Coats- -$42.50 to $60.00 Wash Crepe Kimonas- -$3.00 to $10.00 Wonderful Showing of Outer Garments Suits and Coots. Skirts* and I tresses. Waists, Kimonas. t'ndorAirts (�to., featuring many lato arrivals that you have not. seen before WE FIT THE HARD-TO-FIT. WE CARRY A MOST COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES FOR YOUNG LADIES, SMALL WOMEN, REGULAR SIZE AND EXTRA LARGE WOMEN UP TO 47 BUST MEASURE AND 36 INCH WAISTBAND. IN EVERY CA8E WHERE WE,CANNOT FIT YOU PERFECTLY WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT. Lovely Serge Suits.........> .. . . $35.00 to $45.00 Finest Serge Suits . . .....$50.00 to $62.50 Fur Trimmed Broadcloth Suits .... $90.00 to $100.00 Silk and Serge Dresses____ ......$20.00 to $45.00 Plain Silk and Serge Skirts.........$10.00 to $22.50 Silk Underskirts . . $6.50 to $8.50 Fur 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 Clarke's OSt In Wonderfully Attractive Styles t Aflraclife Showing cf n"\v u.-,iy.-. I'm- i 'I'irini;.-' :t11� 1 .1 v;ii"i -1 > uf . hoir... 1 -.how befell'". i! .1 wond.-i fill Viiririy of d'-signs iiml l'k. of which w have iirv-r lin'ii aliie I'y fiir the finest lot ami n, . 1 .nti.n the styles w Mil............. Novelty Stripes and Plaids, vi.nl .. .......... Pure Wool Basket Cloth. yard . Novelty Worsted Suit.ngs, yard .......... Viyella Flannel, i ream only, yard Black Lamb Cloth, yard ?J ami ......... Wool Jersey Suitings. y..rd.............. Heavy Cream Serge. >ard ........................ 1.75 2.50 2.75 :'.::!:,! 2.50 4.00 4.50 1.75 3.75 6.00 3.50 .1 inell. Crepe de Chine, till colors yard ........... .................. . . Habutai Silk, im.b. all colois, Vil id ............................... Durability Silk, ;iii inch. All color.-1, yard ...................... . Heavy Poplin Silk, .It! inch, nil i olfirn. yard . . .' .............. Lovely'Crepe Poplin. J'ai inch, all colors, > ytird ........................ Black Duchesse Silk, $2.�M to ......................... Black Peau de Soie, yard Tel and................. Lovely Charmeuse, all dark shades, yn rd ...................... Novelty Silks, tie- handsomest silks we have ever had (o show in jllalds, checks, stripes and floral designs. Special values f'J.r.O to ................... 1.75 1.25 1.75 1.75 2.25 3.75 4.00 4.00 we have Ipes and 4.00 Our Stock of Gloves is Most Complete AND SPECIAL VALUES PREVAIL THROUGHOUT � Suede Lisle Gloves, white tan. grey, natural. J 2^ Splendid Silk Gloves, Ida. I. and Alllte. double tipv.......... Heavy Silk Gloves, black, whit.-i.i ............. Girls' Heavy Dogskin Gloves, ian miH ...................... 1.00 11.25 1.65 Lat\ies' Dress Gloves, black white and tans. o |�r" J.'.in and ..............�.03 Ladles' Wool Gloves, grey, brown. "7 r _ nuvy. while ami blacli. li.'.c and ........ I DC Girls' Knitted Gloves, all colors, plain and fanc,\^ .M'c and . . . *........ Dogskin Walking Gloves, ladies' o ("|\ sizes................................ �*�9U 60c e So Lethbridlge, Alta. PEACE NOTE AT WASHINGTON Wa-i.il.>:-.in (l.i .'S l-'r.-.l ii.i.-rlm. cliar;;.- of the Swiss legation, delivered the Herman not.- nt tie- siatt' depart im-nt at o'llo. k thi??>** In 1'latiders fields ho popples blow Iletweeti the crosses, row on row. That murk our place; and in the sky The larks still bravely singing fly. Scarce heard amidst the nuns below. We ale the dud; Short days ago I We lived, toll dawn, saw sunset glow, j l.oved and were loved, and now we lie In Wander* fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe To you from falling hands we throw The torch - be yours to hold it High: If ye break faith with us who dip We shall not sleep, though popple j grow In Wanders fields. ""In Wanders Welds" is reprinted again by re-qutist. This poem by Col. McCrao has been widely quoted nil over lie- world and strikes a hig'.i nolo in war sacrifice and war giving. !t was aptly chosen uh a suojoet for the Victory Loan posters for this yea'-'s campaign, which are now on display in the city, nnd its eloquent appeal, 'If ye break faith... we shall me. sleep,'' speaks volumes for the cuuae. Col John MiCrae enlisted from Montreal and his poem was written while the. second buttle of Ypres was in progress. He Kave up his life on the battlefield and now lies "In Wanders Welds." ...   � personal �   Mayor llardle and Commissioner Mccch have rotiirned from Kdmonton.  * * Friends of -Miss Lottie Wood will regret to hear she is ill with Influenza. Mr. \V. 1'. Nelson was a visitor In Calgary last week.  . * Miss King ltus gone to Coulhui-hi to help in tho epidemic there. '  ** Mrs. J. W. llawden Olid Miss Kditlt Jhiwden are ill lit their home on 7th street. * * * Mrs."P. ft. llrewor. who iva> suffer-la� with Spanish iullurnzu, was un- able to get hospital accommodation, hut through the kindness of It. v. A. K. Snow was admitted to his iwus.-on Saturday, where she Is now under tieatment. ...   * churches and societies * \  * The teachers and business women aro asked to deliver and receive work at the Hed Cross rooms which will be open at the usual hours. brown ill. oly. Serve ...i doilv ..ml r.ariiish with paisley am! ..a e.icu po-ato st^ck a very small upriK of green * > : POTATO RECIPES Potato Soup - cups raw potatoes " cups hot niJJk. 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. j ) tablespoon finely chopped celery.: 1 tablespoon grated onion or K tea i spoon grated nuiua'K. * i - tablespoons buHereJ. erumbi. I teaspoon salt. teaspoon pakrika. 1 teaHpoon butter. 1 teabpoou flour. Wash, pare and cut the potatoes, put on in boiling water and boil 10 minutes; drain, put in 2 cups boiling water or rice Ktork, boll slowly until tender. Mash in water in whirl) Ibey were boiled; put in top of double boiler and add the hot milk, onion or nutmeg and celery, (tie butter and flour rubbed together and boil ."> minutes; add the salt, parika and parsley. Servo with tho crumbs over top. Buttered crumbs; l*ut 1 tablespoon butter in small trypan, add 2 tablespoons trash bread crumbs; placo over f[ro and shake pan until a light brown. , ' � v � , Potatoes on Half Shell Select long, oven-sized white potatoes; wash and dry. Then rub with a little dripping or oil. Put in hot oven and bake until tender. Willi sharp knife cut in half the Unit; way. Homuvo the potato from the shell with silver fork into warm -oowl. Add salt and popper to male. To each cup of potatoes add I teaspoon very finely chopped parsley, and a lilt'.- melted butter. -Mix well and fill the shell with mixture. Hound the top and rough with for!;. Drnsii top with well-beutou egg I'luce In hot oven and VICTORY LOAN AT VICTORIA Victoria. Oct ::s Though up to noon today no figure) were available from headquarters, with the provincial goceitinieni's Investment of sinking funds of $.*ii;t,iiin), the ;ir>u,onti Investment of the city and the .adjoining municipalities, and the $17n,i)nn. Look at Tonjuel If Coated, Little Stomach, Liver Bowels. Clean Don't scold your fretful, peo.vish child. See if tongue Is coated, this is a sure sign its liitle stomach, liver and bowels ure clogged with sour waste. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath had, throat sore, doesn't eat. sleep or uc-i uuturally, 'has stom nch-ache, indigestion, dlnrrhoea, give u tenspoonful of "California Syrup of Wgs," and in a few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile and tormenting food passes' out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this hnrmlesi "fruit laxutive," ami mothers can rest easy after giving it, because it never fails to make their little "insides" clean and sweet. Keep it handv, Mother! A little given today saves a Mek child 'tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist tor a bottle of "California Syrun of Kigs," which jiim directions T6r babief, children of all ages and for grownups plainly tin the bottle. Hu-member there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see jhnt vout'a is made by the "California Wg Syrup Company" Hand back with content, tiny other fifc :>.-�&�-AdvorUsub^tU. Vun.-inivi'i-. thi. '.'S.-C K V.'.it-iin ! and (leorge Randolph, two prominent ill mini; men linin eastern Canada, were lost on the Trim ess Sophia. Watson ' was the man.iKer oi the Alining lor-' poraiion and Randolph was a mining' expert They ittinie to Vniicoiiver some time ago in pur. base machinery for a mine which they had purchased near Itevelstoke and went north to inspect the Kngineer Silver Mine, in the An- ; llll district, owned by ('apt .1 ,\!ex-| under. Capi Alexander, Ills wife and, the two eastern experts, were passeng j ers on the Princess Sophia. Watson's | home was in Toronto, it Is Ulldei st.ioil. I i �'. I. Queen, one of the Sophia vi. : lims. was an alderman in Vancouver' some jears ago | No Gold In Cargo  llittoau. Alaska. Oct. Js No gold : was in the Sophia's cargo, u.coiding ! to Juneau officers of ilu- Canadian! Pacific railway company, A Hanson.! Y.T., dispatch Saturday said Kloudyke | gold producer- believed the Sophia j carried about $l.omj,tluu in gold. About ;,(i head of horses, rfn their-way from llnby, Alaska, to tile Slates, j comprised tin- only cargo on board the! Sophia. The horses belonged to W. i II. McDonald, a contractor, who was) bringing them from Dawson to Van-! eouvet. Mrs McDonald was wiih him. Details received here toiKiy said thai Widay afternoon it was decided to rig up a line and solid tlit- Sophia'-: people to the mainland if li became necessary. The rising winds and waters evidently blocked the execution of the plan. Snowstorm May Be to Blame I Victoria, Oct. - 28.-Capt. J. W. j Troupe, manager of the Canadian Pu-; cltlc Coast Steamships, was informed ] in a message from Canadian Pacific | Agent Lowell, a .lunenii. this morn- j iug. that u patrol had bc>n organized j and was giving every assistance in ' tho locating of the bodies vfrom the; Princess Sophia. Over craft are 1 reported to he searching for victims.' "While no explanation has been \ given ,us for the cause of the-strand-iug," .said Capt. Tipujie'Jn a statement on tho disaster, "we lasj^oiily eotjeliNle I that* the Princess Sojilila got slightly off iter eotirse in n snowstorm, winter , wenther having set in much earlier I thin) usual this year. "instructions have been sent to have u careful search "made of the beaches for possible survivors. The Priuccas Alice will bo there today und TWENTV FIVE DEATHS i AT MOOSE JAW Moos.- Jaw Sasl, , Oct 2n -This . nys health .-ouimlltee, with big head-"liiaiters, ii >i|iiadrivn of automobiles, ;:ii() worker.-, volunteer nurses and doctor-, took hold of the influenza slliiaiii.il S.II unlay ami already il is liellev.'d III.- peak of the inlluenza epidemic lias he.-ii r.-acbed. There were .'.'. deaths over the week-cud. FIVE DEATHS AT REGINA Itenina. Oct. 2S.-.Wve deaths of in-t'lueiixa oc.-urreil in tin- city today. Over the week-end Ilu- pioviucial an-tHorities received word of cases in ihe province. everything will he done that is possible under the distressing circumstances." The, following stateui"itl was made this morning by II. W llrodie, general passenger agent of the Canadian Pacific railway, who is in lite city from ih. ritglnir storm during . the^ nighl probably will never be known, us there lis no hope of anyone surviving the ter-jrlble. catastrophe. I Many of tho bodies picked up were 'On life rafts, according to word recelv-led here, which indicates that a des-� pet-ate attempt was made by many to iThose who left the vessel on the rafts iget away from ihe sinking ship, [doubtless succumbed to exhaustion I and exposure. New York. Oil. 2N.- Sendinf of sufficient allied troops into Russia to drive out (iermany and her allies was urged in resolutions adopted here la:�i nigh! by .in pro-war delegates to a convention calJeil by the Social-Democratic League of America. The convention named u committee. Including representatives of the Huss-ian Social-lievolutlonary party, the i'zecho-Slovak Socialist l-'ederatlou and the Polish 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 uoiivemiou. McTcrl* adjournment, Charles Kd-wnnl Itussell. author and member of the recent I: nit oil States mission to Kiissia, was elected chairman of the Socialist-Democratic League, lie succeeds John Sparge., who cabled from Italy thai lie would be unable to.continue in ihe office, owing to the pressing work in Italy. Paris, Oil 2(5.--Col. K. M. House, who has arrived in Paris on a confidential mission for President AVilson, today made the following statement to the Associated Press: "ll is with the keonest pleasure thai I tind myself again in France. Upon my last visit some 11 months ugo, tho allied fortunes, It seemed, had struck, their lowest levels. Those memorable days, when we counselled together and formulated plans looking toward military and naviiJ unity and tho coordination of war economies and Industries, tun never bo forgotten. "Prom that hour the clouds began to lift and wo could -see very dimly at ill's! the stars of hope anil victory which today are shining with such a steady glow. "We ure uuw confronted with difficult and more complex problems -problems which I feel confident will he met with high courage and with tho wisdom which comes from lofty motives." Col. House sah\ that IiIr trip had no coi-elation wltli an armistice ami he had not received from President Wilson and the American govorniuc.nl anojiiul powers to,. .nosoHtvte . on fhls question. As regards future negotiations which might arise, Col. House declined to lulU. DICTATE THE TERMS Washington. Oct. 28.-a prote.t against any peace terms dictated by President Wilson alone and not representative of American public opinion through senate consideration of the peace trsaty, 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 partisanship. TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL This Woman Recommend* Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound-Her ,  Personal Experience. MeL*�n. Neb.-"I want to reeotn* mend Lydia E. Pinkhsm's VafeUble - Compound t* all T worsen who suffer from any functional disturbance, as it has dona ma more Sood tha� all the octor's medicine.1 Since taking it I have  fine healthy, baby girl and have gained in health and strength, My hut-band anil I both ... ,,. praise yoar wed-iclnelp all suffering women"-Mrs. John JC#reui*nn, R. No. 1, McLean, Nebraska.-. This famous root and herb ratn�4y, Lydia K. t'inkliam's- Vegetable Cenv pound, has been restoring women of America to health for more than fort/ yeara and it will well pay any woman who stiffen from displacements, ia� flammatloB, ulceration, irregularities backache, headaches, nprvousaoes off "the blues" to give thia auccessfu) remedy a trial. For special suggestions in regard ta your ailment write Lydia �.' Ptnkhani Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas*. The result of it* long experience is at jour service*) 1 71 ;