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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OQTOBEK 30, 1917 r.rnmnmnv. DATT.T PARRNTNB Another Shipment of choice styles and colors in All Serge Dresses In shades of Copenhagen, wlno, brown.. Russian ETCCD, navy noil lilack. Prices and Lovely Silk Dresses at erate Prices. V V Smnrt' tarfetaa anil duchess ahk dresses (or-street or Mter- noon Ziouso use, la grey, green, Lrcnvn, ijavy, rose, Copenhagen auU buck. Prices range from 315.00 up lo Pretty Ball or Party Low neck nnd short sleeve slylc'a POKI of Ivory, peach, flesh, light oluc, "tlmui- palgLi nnil rose. Triced widiin reach oi' all at (S20.00 ami S25.00. of Crepe Waists -'Shades flesh, peach, rose, ivory and Prices down to .f LOO. Fourth'-Avenue South PHONE 1224 SARCASTIC' flrst ol- flclil American Ex- m .France Is prlnt: without I so.lfaf ;being .accorapanlcd with any cbmTncwt- altLolisii "ioccaslonaHy aar- ccigJlR cmpbastfT Is placed on the head llrif a; m reference quiet sficlor TAKE OVER ENEMY' PROPERTY.- Washington, Oc'.. 29.--A., llllcitou Palmer, enemy, property, "custodian', actuallj-.Lcpjiti of laklnk' over tlic nilUiona of dollars of eneirjy property la Ihe.Unltci) Slalcs Iciiay, with conference wllh President Wilson, at which the mil scope of lie vork was discussed la detail. Perfeciion Brandt" Purest and Besi Send It To "Them" Cold bleak winter evenings are settling on oiir brave boys at the They will need comforts that cheer. The most appreciated gift you can send them is a tin of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. Don't pur Canadian lads will appreciate a Canadian made Cocoa and with this idea in view send a tin across'to-day and watch1 for their letter of thanks. RememBer cost is the comfort is great. Made in Canada by THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TORONTO Mr, an4 -Mre. II. Craivford speot Iho week-end in Calgary. The Thlsllc sewing circle meet will) D. Smith. St. D. north, on afternoon al 3 o'clocls for Hca Crosi ECWIUB. TLa Wesley ladlea aid will meet tomorrow" (Wednesday; aricrnoon at 3 oVloch wllU Mrs. C. Cih ATS. 3., Icr [ur DJC Tho Major Chapter 1. O. D- E., will have charge 4f ihe loj room at KfrKoy'a tomorrow (Wed- nesday) aftoriiooa: Tiic iirocccds will 30 to the Itcd Cross. The many friends of Mrs. E. C. Oaklclgli will Ld pleased In hear Bite lias passed through a most success- lul oiicralloa and Is vrogresslug as favorably as ia to be expected There will bo a meeting of Ito In (lie V. M. C. .A. on Wednesday evening al S o'clock, to settle- the business o[ (he whist drLvu and dance. The ladles ID -Mrs. Iledenslrom's section of the ladles alii ol tlio Unit- ed Church, will, meet at her home, 17QC 7th Aycouoi 'norili, for OH Wednesday' aJlernoon al 2.30. l Tlia JaAlca. alt] the Daptfst I church 'wHI 'BBW ai'tlie home of Mrs, i MurdDCV, Gia lltli St. S. on Thurs- day afternoon, Instead of Wednes- day, as staled in the chut-cli tot Ices yealerJay. Jlra. Nlven's section of ihc fle- bekalia will meet for sewing at the dome of Mrs. Lundy, C15 HI. ;H- on Wednesday erenlne at cighl 1 o'clock. Air members nre requested lo have unfinished- work ready for the hazaar on Nov. 17th. The Caaldale .Ladies Aid aro hold- ing their annual supper and hazaar on Friday evening neat In the school house. The Coaldalc pcoplo are i as splendid entertainers. People who arc accustomed to going from Ihls clly _always hare an cn- c'njoyaWe time, An InlcresllDR-. family parly from --elhhridge; who have arrived In Long Beach, Gal., famous seaside re- sort near Los Angetes to spend ihc winter Includes Mrs. Edna Pilling1, tlie MIssesilEriii- Eorah, ilary and Loran' Filling and their guest l Miss MalLle general meeting of the MalhesfcnYlub win be at the V. M.' C. AS auditorium Wednesday aficrnoon, Qclouer 31. Parllaracntarr drill will be-hekl promptly1 at three o'clock, "Tni'eraberB will irirlte ihclr guests o'clocli, when Mr. SLarpJfea irill address the club on Olive rlG old ami Ih. -.-RED -CROSS NOTES The coTivenors of the rarlous de- partincnls. In the He'd- Cross work with'- their committees, are nJannine r.tuonllis. and; iL Ja-liofiei) that erory-woinan in will hoartily Co-operate. Some Tromen are giving ot..their limo and labor, suv- In Lhc rooms of at home, while uUicra arc doing 'notlilnE.1 Is Urn Should not each one Please nialce a special'efforlVtp'come to Ihe rooms tojoorrow. TKp' cenlirplcco hna been onvdl5pVey at." Iho Hudson's Bay ato'ro will be shown at the'Rcfl Cress rooms tomorrow and everyone who desiros will be given a tJckd.Ufor.-'onlr -10 'cents.' Also please _remerhber your hiombergHln fee, If y'et.sjolned Ihe fied Wednesday's Merchandising Events Bring Forth Extra Specials Whicri; mean liberal savings to Economical Housewives; Ladies5 Dress KUirls Made (rom fino wool serge In the iicrvfceable colors or navy :uij LlacK, assorted sizes anil lilvles. Jtcgular value lu fC.CO. jt on Wednesday, cstra Ladles' Pretty mouses .'n pins.-' anil niatzc, made from Iho good wearing materials of creoo do chcno, haliudii pongtey Slz'fa 35 to 42. We have jiisf received a .shipment i'roni New York of Children's Voile nnd Presses TbfEO are all hand worked and aro Ihc prettiest UICRSPS ever eliown: Siz.es lo rit thllJrcn from C month 3 lo C years. Prices C C rang lug (rom to Ladies' Made from natural merino. A weight for this Itnw of Vests have long drawers, opcti or closed stylos. All sizes at last j-esr's per garment t............ Clark's Pork and Beans, 1s, for 25c Fray Benlos Corn Beef, 1 Ib. lln 4Dc Carnation Milk, large can, Z Tor 35c Brunswick Sardines, 4 for___25c Tuxedo Bakfng Powder. 2y2 Ib. tin.........................25c Paris Brand Pate, 3 for.......25c Tod Hunter's Cocoa pt. sealers 33c H. B. C. Special Blend Coffee, 3 Ibs. for...................S1.QC Poslurn Cereal, per pkt. ......25c Jelly Powders, 7 for..........5Qc Loganberries, evaporated, pkt. '35c Dominion Corn Flakes, per ICt Shredded Wheat, 2 Tor ......25c Ftour, 4 Ib. sack.........5Cc WEDNESDAY Specials From the Dry Goods Section One more bale While riiiiinelrlU1 remnants ij lo 10 yjinls in nl less Hum mill You will hnvc lo hurry for Ihc5fc as they will not latl loutf: Ko Le oti lijue lo gel your pltnro of a rcul Irjrguln, 50 only While Honey tomb Spreads. SIzo Nothing cheaj) hut the jirice. On i aale AVedncaduy, catli... 1-1 Ribbed Cotlon Hose [or hoys. Sizes 7 lo lilack only. Wednesday pair Children's Cnndv 15c Special Marsbniallow -toys, Ru Scotch squares tinJ ring slices. "Wednesday. S lor.. Narcissus I5ulfos Now in stock. Only a limited quantity. Per 50c Clnlilrcn's fJ Coin Purses Hinbrofdcrcd satin willi mel.il frames and chain handles. A real norcUy. Wqrlh 50c each. On sale___ 15c Juvenile Siiils v In Uusslan tlyles lyadc o[ tancy corduroy QDil corduroy velvet. Col- ors dark Ktc-y. biown navy blue shells ini iitut Ik-s to match. Sizes J to 7 years, f- nn I'rlettl ui> from ........._ O.vv Boys' Shirt Made of iiieitlum weight, drill ia dark Jtrlpcs. Sizes to rjr UJi. Priced nl moil's Grey Wool Sox Vial knlr. A jjocd M-carJng ily. Sizes 10 10 -i Special, 3 (o: i.UU Men's Flm-e Underwent' Au odd lot of whirls only. Feu Angle make. Regular 31.QO. Spec- ial (hey last at. Uoy.sf Heavy Combina- tion Undenvcsir Wool lulled, closed crolcli. good Titling garments, all sizes -i f Prlceil up rroni Everybody's Spats Ladies This Is.Spat, and have sltals tu -wMlc, f.iivn, grey and bfiick from ?1'.25 for Die black up to 52.50 for tire colored- belt's Spills Made from good quality wool felt. Sizes t, to 10, Dlack or (awn. i'rll'od at and I ft respectively.............. 1 Av Children's Leggings Corduroy IcceEngE, hlgli cut, 3 bullor.'i and 2 buckle in dark brown or lawn. 7 to 10 -l PrlccJ lit___1............ l.DU Children's Soft Soled Shoes Dullon and lace. Uroken lines. Sizes 0 to i. In DlRiu or combination colors. fCC Special.................. D3C STORE OPENS 8.30 A.M. STORE CLOSES S.OOP. M. -WAB-HENU .Sugar -MarmiUde or Jam -'.Corn -i-fpiip. Beet Salad and putter Jelly Oatcakes wilhiDato Filling DinnefV-1. -Beef Slew wltu-Dumplings .Potalocs .Pumpkin Pie 'The recipes for Oatcakes With Klilng and I'umpkln Pic, mcatloncd ibore, are fl9 follows: Oalcalies with Dale oatmeal cookies wLlh the following: 3 caps Hour, 3 cups oatmeal, 1 cup Deef drlliplng, 1 cnrf sugar, 1 cup sweet 1 teaspoon anlf, 1 IBFC) teaspoon soda, 2 level1 teaspoons creaiji of Holl thin and cook. Make llio following dlle filling: 1 Jh. dates, cup sugar, Juice of R lemon. Uoil until thick, and spread oalmoal cooklea. Pnmpkln cups slcnmerl ncd slralncd pumpkin, 2-3 cup brown BUgtr, 1 leaajioon tea- spoon glnscr, tc.ispoon cup k, lass Jlake; n.cnisl, -put In In 6ien: unlll I 4 NEW-LOAN TO FRANCE ij .___1 Wislllnglon, Ocl'.' dollars more advanced (rf'JVanco bday by tlio Unll- crfedlls ID Iho Miles to ttio told of THE STORED BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE Revelations Made nl.Newsprint Inquiry at Ottawa Now Proceeding Ottawa, Oct. of the enormous profits which sulphite man- iirftcturera have hccn making this year have hren.frequent at the inquiry In- to the newsprint industry Com-i mlssioucr ft. A. Prluglc, K.G., la mak-' ing. Toilny shown (hat the' LiuirciiUdc company .OT Jlontrcal In 191G maJc.sylptijlc at a cast per ton of and inns nl n itet profll ol ion.or Jh.rounil HE- ures Jn January Ihls. year, the cost. -JM.59. .anil 'tons wercrfeoJd atJV nct.pcotlt of or 511 a-lon; jii-February, cosl 533.47 618 of or 535 a March, cosl Lons sold at'a profit of or ?93 a Apiit Ions sold at. H profit of or a ton; in May, cost ions. Sold m 'a profit of or ?36 a'j Ion; in Juno tons sold al a proUL of M5.100, or ton; Julj- coal Ions net prollL per ton 532; AugUAl1 ?33.57, long sold at' a! neLprontof nroffl per .The'story .of ihcao transaction In; sulphite V.-R3 tho fcadirc of this yiorn- ing's Inquiry, .dyers had owing in ln- tcreal Iho olher figures of cosls1 furfllfhril fn the statements bt Iho Nowa Pulp anil -Paper Company and Ihe Howard Smith Paper Mills. coal, of newsprint per ton the pany -iv.aa or almost flO ID ore than ft fa sold M 'Canada. of this firm CommiS' sloner I'rtngle nolcrl that nil Balarlen of overscBa vcero paid In part so inut'lho (iltfcrenco In the mili- tary ho maUo up. done-In tho-CQ3C3 of Rll cmpfoyees gelling' less, than n year. The commlaalpner commended (hfs prac- tice ami rolnted but (hnt by dfatrfbut IHR fho their products II only made B.difference of 6fl cents per Ion in the colt, oj newsprint paper, KvcluslTft of .InlCreat on capital In- vested the-figure of cost on newsprint on thb Ken's Pulp and Paper Com- pany'3iinin fdf.Auensl was (n the caso of Ihe SmUh Jllils 11 was 88 high nV but It was pointed out that Jhfs company ceased making nowapHnt In, The" Prlctf llrothrrv fiillls tor 9ejXe.mb.Ar. Tho Inquiry is oinl likely Will tonfg-bl. c Y.'.LflflTY.l.OAN Ocl. fip- nres ihowJitB' Liberty Loan subscript llbn department will nol be publjc TAKE LUMBER MILLS C Seaillc, AVash., the lumber nilllsvof Washington and Ore- gon may, be.placed al Ihp disposal ol the fetleral government for. the man- ufacture of nlrpUne as Iho result ot a. iiVeeUng here yeslerdayot the Lumbermen's Protective Leag'iic, represenlinE 255 mills. iTie execu- tive" committee was nuthorized to.go to any length Jn meelJng the demand for airplanes stock. ORLANDO (S NEW ITALIAN PREMIER ..nome.. Oct. King Victor Emmanuel 'today, received Pro- lessor VHterio Orlando, minis-' ler ol the interior In the BoselU _ Eovertimeut, who agreed to tin- Uertakc the formation "of a cab-' inet and took the. oath pre- mler. ALWAYS A GOOD TIME A GOOD OLD FASHIONED.TIMt IN A GOOD OLD FASHIONED .1. WAY- AtCOALDALE THE LADIES OF COALDALE WILL HAVE THEIR ANNUAL Iii the Coaldaic School llouse On November 2nd SUPPER FROM 6.30 .TO 6.00. CAFETERIA STYLE PROGRAM, OAMES AND LOTS'OF FUN; EVERYBODY WELCOME ;