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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOIMin 29, 1917 TIIR MirnmmnciR DAIIA IIKRALO More New Coats BY FAR THE MOST ATTRAC. TIVE SHOWING WE HAVE DISPLAYED THIS SEASON. PLTJSH COATS Plain anil fur trlmuicJ. SH5.00 to Fur IrimnilnES lit large collar cllccta of cooii. Kolinsky, salilo, clc.. belted, Bhlrr'cJ and 'jileaU'd' backs. Just one of a hind. MOTOK COATS As warm as furV'spiendid neiv selection ol very liest' stylos, heavy pure wool materials. Sizes up to 44. to New Style Dresses JUBl io hand by express. Dainty Evening; Dresses i Of crcne do cenc, gforgede, Ticla ond HKlil silks. 1 S20.00 to ?JL5.00 Silfc and Cloth Dresses DtlracUre new Elyles-ln tiDst shades or bur- green, brown, navy, grey and black. Small and large slzca up to 4G at -_'_-; >7 t6'J535.66 Clarke Phone 453 612 South Formed and Men Placed in Charge for the Campaign Lvlhlirldgc illslrlcl orgaalullou or Ilia victory loin was perfected Saturday evening at a meeting ol tho ocal committee- at Ihe board, of trade Jlflei's. Tho dlalricl was divided In- lu 1? sub-divisions wJlh a member ot Ihe committee in charge of each, [ur !he campaign ot canvassing for sub Ecrlplious to tho ME-loan. The dls- .rlcta and the men In charge are as 11, ranges 23 and 21, Ceo. Mackay. 10, ranges 23 and 24 south ol river, A. M. Grace. 10 and 11, range 22, Geo irccn. 10 and 11, rango 21, John Home. 10 and 11 In 13 and 20, north ot river, Mr. Etoltzo. 9 and 10, In 10 south ot river, U. V. Qlblions. 9 ond 16 in 2v, south ol river, l.und. and 10 In 21, soulh ol riv- er, S. S. Dunham. S and 9, west ol river, Capl McKenzIe." S and north 4 mflea 7, east of river, 11. Mcllctb. 8, and nortU 4 miles 7, In 20. B. 11. Wllsou. S and north 4 miles Jn 19 'A. B. Ivcs. Tho following were added to the committee. John Llvlnstone, H. Ur.iwloril, J- U. bellarto. H. Harrow man, A. K. Ivc.i. F. Colpman. The secretary [or the district Is Archlo' McCoryio, lie has Uljen attics la the board bf'trade bulldlpg Fhon6'1012.' If. 8 Calgary, OcL The announce mcnt has bcon made tnat tiro conrcn lion for lhe purposo of nomlnntln candidates for toe Maclcod feJcra consUlucncy "on the.Xon-Pardzari tick Ibo .cpralns cletlion lias nee called to 'meet In the town, hall, Max Icod, ThurstJay, Novemlier 8, at S p.n The JIacJebd constiluunpy Is loohc upon by tLc Non-nnrLlzan a one of their strongholds, because Nan ton. which returned James Weir o Ihclr 'llckct in Iho rcceut Tirovlncia elections, and r Lumed Mrs. McKinneyy >nre Iriclu'ie In Iho federal Since the, election uo'rhas'7 'tiB' prokpe even -'before the pr Lrnpng bp.so been, men j .league arc Charles En; Hand, Dlackle; S. T. Marshall. Stavely ]i..'Eb'ields, Jlacleod; 11. W, McKl Iricy. Claresholm; O. A. Brant; W. D. Sloan, Cayieyi.J. Norti Parkland; A. and'-J. He sey, Slavcly; J. Plnche Creek, 'and hum. Tho selection.will llki among tho CHARLIE CHAPLIN HELPS Toronto, (Oct. Chaplin hflg eqnt S500 (o the British Hod Cross fund here. MIL ADI s PHONE -r- The young ladles o[ Si. Palrlck's I church ere holding a in the S.O.E. hall tonight at S.30 o'clock. i I Wesley Proltcon class will mcel at j lhe home of Mrs. Ueo. Dixon, 1212 3rd j Ave. A, S.. tomorrow tvtulDg. j Will all ladles who are'interested In forming a liClhLrfdKe attend al the Y.M.C.A. audilovluiu I on Tuesday evening ai Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison. oT [aclcod. announce the marrlago of youngest OaugMcr. CLrisUiia, to "r i w.-M.P., Macleod wedding to will Ke by a Dag of eome late fllfe (he WMk ,L Xonm. her. iliss Mary Corclray spent Sunday In abcr. I W The KelK-kaha wilt meet at Iho Ked 'ross rooms tor sowing Ighl at 7.10. O. M. Shepherd, nromliieat uslEiess man and k'adlug worker In lotlc causes In Montreal, Is the uesl of Ma brolller, S. J. TUere will be a ling shower In aid t SI. 1'airlck's bazaar on Tuesday at. Jrnoon 3 lo 630, QI the Ijome of I Irs. A. C. launders, 1242 7th Ave. Afternoon lea will be ort. The October general mceling of the lalhcsls club will be held al Iho V.M. C.A, autlllorluui Wedriesday after- noon, Oclobcr 31. Parllameulary drill will be held promptly al 3 o'clock, members will Invite Ihelr sucsts to rolne al 4 o'clock, when Mr. Sharpies Mil address Iho club un.O'fvcr Gold- MENU FOR TUESDAY 1 Mush; Milk; Sugar; Tea or Fried The postponed meeting ot Hie Wo- men's Civic club will be held Uils evening al 8 o'clock sharp In tho Y.M. C.A. Jl Is requested that all mem- bers ho freseot as there Is Important business. _ Ilegardless of the very disagreeable weallier conditions Saturday Mter- uooii, the Sir Aleiauiler Gait I.O.D.B. tea at tho Veterans' club rooms was well attended. The tea rooms was very attractive, with the tables deco- rated wltli beautiful cut flowers do- nated by Mr. Prarljc, and potted plant _, "----JIA1CU UJ .11 I 1' 1 u> klLIU JIUHCU Polatooa; War Dread; Plum 1'rc- donateil by Mr. Tcrrill. Mrs. niU-hie ;crre; Tea (receded anil Sirs. W. S. Gray was DinHDr-Daicd Ilearl of Ilccl I'o- In 0[ ltlD ,ea assisted latocs; Turnips; Tea IllscuUa; Dnkcd. by Mrif. Alnsworlli. Mrs, KlrkLoui ApDlO. Apple. The recipes for War Ilreail and Uak- cd llcarl of Deef. mentioned above, are as War cups boiling waler, uisuici, win give a CJIICKCH supper 1-3 CUD molasses, 1-2 tablespoon sail, Ou Thursday, November 1, at Ihe new Ins. 1-2 yeast cake .home ot Mr. and Mrs. Housengay. at II lllke-WJirrn walpr i r _' ...in i._ and Miss Droille. Weather poroiUUnFi ,llie ladlcg ot Bulnae'r Iron Springs i'51J give a chlckeu sujjpcr 1 tablespoon iorac ot r. an .rs. o. illssolred D 1-2 cup lukc-wann water, i c The proceeds will be 1 cup rolled oats or oatmeal, 1' 1-2 lo lhe LWhteUge branch rlln' cups flour. Add boiling valer lo oats and let stand one hour. Add niol ot the Ca- nadlnn.ned.Crosa socicly. The supuer will be followed by'a programme, pro- a by LellibrldEe laient. The Leth i. ,1 W ------i r-aiL, yinvn ny, IBieni, 1110 LCltl- bn ler dlssolvea veast cako and fluur. Lridger visitQrt-.JS-lll, -leave, from lhe Lcl rise, boat thoroughly, turn inlo hullered bread pans, let rise'again and bake. Baked Hcarl of Wash a beef heart.- remove vclna. arteries, and clot- 'u.B1'. Ji'i'l .IVAIU iiu Red Cross office, uuuu ing) oil TliUrsday :aflertioon at 4.4ii are cbrdlally-lnviled lo join. Anyone Intending to lake in the Iriii nrari. remove vclna. arteries, and clot- who would --pfoviue an autorflobllc lefl blood: Stutf with a dressing made please notlty Jlrs. D. A. Slrapson tele "J phone G31, or iVfr. frank.Waddington phono Tlie'repulallon of Ihc Irori Sprlncs', the o[ their .chickc'lJr.Buppers sflbiikl be suf- lol.a 03 'for-fowl. Sprinkle wllli salt and pepper. Put In e covered baker wllli Iwo cups boiling water and bake slow- ly two hours, basting every 15 min- utes. TQMATEMN1 Girl discovered a sheets Just befoiie thrcvvn Into a tub. The ?6nn'd'i 'mother, fea'r- Ing IL.hiad-beeni" kidnapped, had In- formed UIQ pollco'-iprhcr loss. A Nourishing, Laxative Food for Growing Children i Itsolres mother's food prob- lem. Roman Meal is much mote nourishing ttiim wheat OT oats used alone, and U twice as nourishing as com; it is so thoroughly and easily' digestible that even a taby of eight months or ovw thrives upon it. It keeps tie Km active, prevents indigestion and rellCTes constipation. 'i'i, jf f Roman Meal Copenhagen, Ocl. Jlor aht, mllllary correspondent of the Berlin Deulschc Tagcs Zellung, In an arMclc in that newspaper 'eipresses the belief that the Gcnnanj would soon be cmopelled to evacuate the nar- row Dixmude salilen between Diiicude and thc.Pflsschendale ridge, Includln; ilie forllficd lloutholft woon, against which Ihc Hritlsh and FKflca armies liiimmennK. The writer comforts hla readers with the assurance action will 'm'rii; lhe British no nearer their ob- ecllves, namelj, the capture of- Os- and says the DriUsh and French j jflenslre In Planrlera Ihorcfore will be n catastrophe! [allure. He complacent- f accepts the highest German esttm- ntea of entente caaualttes of all kln'cTn as permanent losses, though the Gei- iinns themselves count upon Ive per cent, of (heir own wounded elurnlng to IJrlJ Is aothinf tot. a auasle, abso-1 lulely drufleas combination of 'entire of wheat whole berries ofrye teed renderedvtaileleu and odorless bj ud 10% wheat bno. Thil's all. linnle Is because it Is Erinultled, thai letting the julcei reach eterr Article and pre- riiteed Is wxt MB) knmm. In Romu Keil It pi-ettata the IrriUlinl efftct of brin on the Haiti at On bowel, and lubricites tjve Irmi.v It l riites the witkttit) wlikh the nmsclm of the trtct posltlivtf.wUt sot dlfMtire kmrd the purpose of drtllnj wilh cotne, Ulalnf iMxl, Rmmn 'is being made. Tuesday Brings Forth Specials To Those Who Are Looking Toward a Severe Winter, for which Provision Must be Well, Yet Economically Dry Goods Spi-ml xFi'k'es 1'or Tiii'.silay's Sclliiiff. DRESS GOODS. 100 yards JllacV acd ivliUu Chdi-k. V.! Inch, 3 Plzt-s in cheeky making splendid dresses', will, wasli well. '-Tuesday only, yard JOC ALL WHITE FLANNELETTE. yards. Hej.vi'y and Iroc Irum dreaalug. Ilcgular SOc. Tues- O4 day ouly, yard Pmv. Scotch Iliinil Knit Uiiilerwenr. Color nrey. Mnilc In hvo victc gariut-iils. Kilra special al iicr t-T- V MUU tattd COMBINATION .Vrrrs Hue wool. McJlum Ulu. Krua-li make. A beautiful full fiisliluiHil garment, r PA tier suit MEN'S HEAVY GREY FLANNEL SHIRTS. K.vlra nmile rt Sizes 15 to TS. Special Boys BUCKSKIN LiNED GLOVES. Slz. s IU S. 1 SPECIAL FOfl TUESDAY'S SELLING IJer Lranil coiulori'-rs, CQi12, wiili [ainanattj-diliou do'A'ti, cove-ret) with jiiuh or blue ellkolinc, troni our regular stouk, ?2.50 eath, On i Tuesday only 1 .tti) WHITE TERRY TOWELS, with reil border. Size ISs'-Jj. Siietial lor Tuesday's selling. PURE LINEN TOWELING. 500 yarJs, with red border. Positively tlic last oiler. Tuesday. 1 CORSET COVERS. 4S only. Oh good TJIIO iiiilnscuk. Q Clearing ou Tuesday, encli.. "C LITTLE DARLING HOSE. l.ODf jJoJr, Sizes 4 lo G tu wlille, sky, Ian red or block, -t 0 pair for Alioiit ;i Chiltlriui's FeK SHpiioi's Since they have to spend more of their linio Inttuors. ChllJron's (hcckci) all woul u-H liera with lieavy fplt sole and icuib-CT covering. One ankle slrap. Sixes ;Uo S5c SI'KCIAL Jonothnu. Wapner.i and Crimes Gol.'cn. All wraiipt-il and in t-xccl-Irnl condition. PER CASE. Timely Pricings From (he Uoiisel'iiniishhig Department. A RARE SHOWING OF NEW RUGS AND CARPETS EiiUinrlslnK housekeepers arc now consltlerlag noiv floor cover-lugs. Our carpel ilepurlnieiil will lie reuily for you with new dlse Ideas. i YIslt'iDB .our department you .will; bo" aUrauled by our Inrjje display ofirugu, uoln tlic ue si orientals aftil Heautilu) in quid, subdued coloriiiu? Tor ttll roonia. Soinciiif ug Very Special in Cai'iicls. AXMINSTER1 RUGS. 6 only, 9x12 In scrvlccablp defiijjns and color Ings. A suleuillil chance to carpet your floor a-nt a saving. Regular Special.. JOTE STAIH CARPETS, in iv We. Splendid value. Prie- -i AA, crj at Gac an" Apples, No. 1, SI .00 Sixes 11 to 2 ___ Hoys' Smoked Elk Lnco Boots Mailc on wide [Itlhig last, has elk splctidiit wrnrhib' anil makes a vcrr Jiglil In weight sljoe, lo bo worn Inslilo of rubbers or overshoes. Sizes 4 lo Sixes S lo 11 to 2 LADIES' PATENT LEATHER AND KID CLOTH TOP BOOTS. Button style ivitb hlcU or medium heel. Sizes lo ,V and D lining. Regular {G.OO. jlft Special 2 for Hood Porridge Wheat.. 2 Tor G-nevn iln Deviled Tongue, small 3 for White On lone, bot. Bar Seeded Raisins, 2 for Tymc Syrup, quart tins... Sugar, 2 Ibs. for ___ Bamboo handle Toilet Paper, 5 rolls for Cleanser, 2 for ItSI A.M. W WUH Pi H_ Oct. Hon. .3. A. ptsil Iho noininallon i-Moose Jaw, Cflldcr hns Bcc (or Ilil rMlnR It la unrterslODd. Unionist In Battle River. Kdnionton.'Ool. W. J. Blair, Provost, Alia., will conlest the coni- ng clocllon In the fcilcrnl riding ol Untile Rtvcr as the candlctnta or., the new union government. Mr. Blair was nominated some- time ago by the Conservative 'Association to oppose D. IV. Warner, the Liberal candidate In thn new Tlfllnr, has now Deceived Ihc the. union govern- ment. Lonilon, tons bpriibs ivcre dropped ycsicrday on Ger- jnan- military csUbllghmentrf in Hel- plum by DrlLlsh airmen. The raids arc described1 as follows In a stalemcyt from the admiralty: "The naval air -service yesterday evening carried outiboniblng raids on enfimy air dromes at Eiigel and. St. Den la Westrem. Many Lons o[ Tjumlis were droprcJ close to the shccla and the railway dVialors also hbmued Iho railway junctions at Cortc- mack aticl Llchlervelde. About tons of bombs were dropped. One ol our machines railed to return. "The enemy airdrome at Varsscn' aero was bombed al noon yesterday. Direct hits on lhe sheds were made. piirlng the same liombs were dropped on the StAlhlllc-Bruggo sta- tion near I3rugcs. numerous patrols -Trlilch were carried out An enemy inachtno iraB eJiol dOTrn and seen to crash to earth." the parlor. As ar.rnnEemctits nru bainp made, for their cojirert every member IB to be presciil, 'Also nt 1.30, a meeting or the boys1 nsso- clalloii. Wednesday from C lo S a Hallowe'en party for all the bors-iiuil girls ot the junior de.m-tment of Lhe S.S. S p.m., prayer ami IJraise.service, Thursday S p.m., choir practice. Knok 1 p.m.. I meeting of tlic "leen age Loya" in the! vcslry. 4.15 p.tn.r Ihc sen-; ior mission band wilt incct in- the school ro'ora. Thursday'3 p.m., regular nionllilF. meellns of llio Indies' aid; 'cbllcctbra (or systematic Giving will call tlurlne the week. Friday 8 choir practice. United .Church Monday, a Hal- lowe'en social iindor the Clirlslian En- ilcavor. Tuesday 7.30 p.m., tile Go- torth mission racela In llie church. Also at the parsonage Tuesday even- ing Ih6 young people's Uible class will Ior the golillers. service. Thursday after- noon nt tho homo of .Airs. J. 13. Gray. 516 4Ui Avenue N., a' lea will he held. Thursday night, a meeting of tho nils- lohary, commlltee ol" tlic Sunday chool cliurch. Choir practice, at S p.m. Friday -i.15 p.m., junior choir iraclfce. St. Cyprlan.H-Tuesday 8 p.m., teach- ers' meeting In the vestry. Wetlnes- lay 8 p.m.. Intercession service. fliursiJay 3 p.m.-, vromen meet nt Ihc led Cross rooms. Thursday evening. C.S.'E.T. Junlora at St. Aususlln'g jail, seniors nt Iho "Y." Saturday Juntor St S.30 p.m., da'y sclibol' teachers' St S" p.m., Com-1 municanLs 7- p.io., Hoys cluli; Icaeliera meeting al 'J.W.A., parocli-i ial .assocfalJoji at'S.30. Thursday S p.io., G-A..' Friday S p.m.. Intercession service. Clipir practice at Mon- day 3 p.m., >V.A. S p.m., a'. Lhn par- sonage teachers meeting. Wetlnc.a- day evening, prayer mcellng in'-.lhq church study', of Kphcslans. Wednes- day, parly torjlie primary department. Wednesday .af- ternoon, uid win mcctVat- he liomc of 'Mrs. Alurdock ilih Church Notices 7.30 p.m., B union of all the, eirls In S intercession ser- vice. Friday, choir practice. TAKE NOTICE That a MEETING of the of Letli- brlilgc will be held in (he BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING OCT. at 8.00 p.m. for purpose, of arranging for the entertainment of His Excellency the Governor General during his visit (o the city oh December All Citizens are urgently requested to at- tend this iheednsfi v j ,J v-; -i v p t KI.-IM Mayor. street S. choir prao- Krirtay .afternoon, Ihc women ilie Hed Cross rooms. Frl- >lay o'clock, a lanlera en- lerUiiimerit :for tho children ia Ihe duircli. j r el In in the L.D.S. church Tuesday afternoon at 2.301 j Bible BcIioolrpupflVBl Hip Christian church. Wcdncsilny creiiing prayer Thursday eyen-nc-C-B, Hallowe'en so- cial. Preaching sus usual on" Sunday. Chrlilian, weekly lesHraony on Wednesday. night at S o'clock.-' I M S OlnFtPSIN, nraoNon In Five Mlnultil No Dytpeplll, Mort burn or Any Stomach Mlaary. Sour, iipsct sloraach, Indls lion, [icarlburn, (lyapciola; the food you into gases.tint atubborn'liiinrs; your brad nchcs and yob -'feel sick und rtlaeralilc, that'3 when you realize Iho magic in Tape's Mspcp.iln. It nViVes all stomach mis- ery vanlBh In rlro mtnutes. It your In In a conlln'icus you Om't' got It rcgulalccl, plcaso, for your aaKo, try Pnpo'a DiA- oepiln. It'a io nccdltEu lo have rv bad your noxt meal, (i favorite meal, lllon lake a HIII4 There wlllinot bo any ills- without fear. H's becaujo rtoeo" rcju- TnA, itomactia lhat It.Its millions ot anlcs annually Ott V-'larje flfly-Cenl case o( J'apo's Dliptpilri from any drug store. It Is ltd nnlckcst, aurejl ifomacli cure known. It ids almost HKo maclc 'Is (elcntlrlc, and preparation which NO. HEAT WASTED You gel-.'ccery, til of htalijram tilery uiCifl you put into the Pcrlcclioil Oil Hcalqr.' Tlic.licnt begins witli ihc touch of a rnatcli.v Tlicrc's no waiting for a fire (o: get limlcr Way. ,'No fuel 'Tlfen, when you've had you'-liim lhe Pcrfectioti' put. AgainTViio Itiel 'wasted: ''1'i's htfat cancenlrated, used pnljriwlic'rc and when needed. For best results use ROYAL1TE COAL OIL. -T Cheaper than coat or wpoil. even when llicsc anf cheap. At hardware, lurmlure and detiartmcnt PERFECTION vERS ;