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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NINK WKDNKSLUY, SKI'TKMHKH than any other cocoa on the better because only the finest and most expensive products are used in the manufac- ture of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. REPLIES TO CRITICISMS Editor Lethbrldgc Dally tmst you will allow me n little ol your spaco in order tlial I may niiiko a reply to certain false accusa- tions made by a local papur against the orjanliera of the Great War Nest- or-Kin, and also rayscir. First of all. when one considers tlio tource from whence they came. It al- most appears lo be the wisest plan to treat such scandallzlne criticisms v.llh contempt. Ho, Ihe editor, states that wllll Iho tlms and objects ol Iho association wo are In entire sympathy. Tnese with regard to tlie patriotic fund nduilnls- tratlon, larger pensions, the raisins o[ the separation allowance, nnd enunl pensions, lie absolulely evades tlie question which was made Ihe chief topic of Ihc evening, viz.: TUe educa- tion of Ihe Xcil-of-KIn on the princi- ples of higher citizenship. He aluo Elates lhat "we" had the opportunity of speaking lo Ihe ladles vim and vigor at their disposal The e.lllor of the TelcEranl clulm thai 1 BUI well known to hold stron BOclallFl vhiws; also staling I hat in association with Hie orEanlzalton give uround for the belief In Its Eoclalisi tendencies. All right, that being s vce will say just for the sake of arg mc-nl. If educating Ilio wnea, paratll dependents, etc.. Including Hie ami orphans of those who haie folle In Franco and Flanders In Ilio pnn pies of higher citizenship Is soclolls the only reply to his accusation lhat MILADI z PHONE Mr. Williams has relumed f.-cm weeks' visii at the toast. N. K. I'eal Is on 11 business trip lo ancouvcr. KliiK. manager oi liie f Nova Si-ot.'a, anil .Mrs. King uru njoyiiie a motor lour In Drlllsn Col- ls Honor Judisc Jackson will leave Kdmonton today and return t the end of Iho week. J. Hill, of ICnchanl. was In the city ycslcrdHy on his way homo from Vancouver. September ISIli. The ladles Kin serve refreshments. William McClure and Mrs. I, S. Stewart arc spending a tew days In Lethbridgc branch oi the Great Tbo member. of Jack Ross Centra, W.C.T.U. wll, Hold their resomtlon to leave the s lie loreeiiinu, u ia me _ won't see liio ol apices ot Ihe Ladies Ad of S u un L 3i--tj Frnnch Kovcnimenls Progressive euchre as _pla> ed_al 10 airan KisSSd arr open lut lu.u.u- list as mute it a most'enjoyable evening. The Lad- Jacobs, barrister, of Caldron, Ijcul ycsterdey In Mrs. J. W. MrXftuI nui'i lained in- ormaily on Monday for lic-r euesl, Mrs. J. O. Wih'.m. ol lU-eiua. Mrs J. N. IWclile nitertatneu in- formally yesterday ai Ihe tea hour lor Mrs. J. O. Wilson, of Itvgltia. The Ladles' Aid of llaruievillc Kll meet at Ihc home Mrs. Ceo. Coults tomorrow al 2.30 p.m. i James SIcToDl, Ihc- well known lum- ber dealer, oi Kernle, H.C., was In the j city yesterday. II I) Davidson, Ijarrl-ler of Mcdl- Your Dress nns Press Xnv Fall L'.iilic-s1 Apparel ifivt's :i clinicc til tin- newest Hind- i-Is, waists, new suits, couls. dresses. sUii'ls, silk and wool inuk-i'wear. is rssi'iitial Unit ymi have corsets thai fit pertecHy. T H V A MODA1UY' lOr Ol LIJU 1 member of tlie capitalist class who has Joined the army as a bocli private the rear rank. Fortunately, the husbands of boll; Ihe ladles fronl.Calgory are OgbtlnE Vas thrown privates In Ihe in-nrhng_ wual __, tho editor.of IL--------- he will hide llntler the shadow of ngc, hut'that.. does, i meeting; I days wbcn one can Nnd scores. >ca t___ Including, myself with six these haa-Blreody been Canadian srmy.-'.iyho are .very.much older .he Some men 1 have seen vJlth'anow 'white their liln's and ' with "nil the and lime-has come when such -------men >vho have been p menace to pro- gress will have lo lake a. uicX scat; d we can hear the cry of "The Peo- c! The coining nearer anil arer; 'and my advice to him lo nk Ills rotten Toryism; git in_wllh e crowd- and If he Intends to gel a ance be wijl have to .come early to -old the. crush. j In conclusion sir, before he speaks lofty motives. -he ...wants to Incatc himself In Ihe principles of gller behoove lo be careful not.lo.ajinear. lo be ruling 'upon? the splendid Impelled Ilia- .wives ot-those Vho tiavo gone to light, for. him while ie stays at home'l to Idok forward to heir men Cridlhe' their. homes: and ondltlons a llttlo hettcr than when hey rel limed ivhcn they eft. thoiri.'v :.V; me lo he, sir, Yours respectfully. HOLMES JOWBTT. nr and Mr.v A. Taylor, who were rccentl ymarltcd In Wlnllineg. have rclurned from lliclr honeymoon. Sir Aleiandcr Uail Chaillcr I.O.D.K acknowledge with thanks the sum of J25.74 from tho pupils of Fleawooi school. Mr John Home and Tcrcnc-e llorne Icfl today for Toronto, where Ter- rcnce llorne will enter the University of Toronto. Mrs A. M. Latterly and daughter. Miss Marcellci lett this morning lor Joslon to spend the winter. Mr B. J. Hill I'15 retcrnc'd [roin a hree weeks trip to Toronto. Mr. Mil's dauehler Florence, who ac- companied him Is remaining the east with relatives. Tho ladles old ot flic liar-list church will meet at the parsonage. 1203 lib, Ave., Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. The government food controller has Issued a very comprehensive booklet on war meals, which should be or in- terest to every Canadian woman. This nformatton as lo tood anil food con- Irol for war service shows that not so much sacrifice is rciuitred as intelli- gent thought and action on the nr.-t of every hoiiseivife. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter will hold thtir regular rhdnllily meel lag tomor- row afternoon'at'? o'lcocH in the blKs ,-lub room. Mrs: Bentlcy, who was a I delegate at the meeting of the Na- tional chapter at Victoria In May, wi 1 give her ,-c-r.ort sharp. All members are to- be iirescnl as Ihe meeting will he of special intcr- C5L Tlio Mission the United churcli of met last FOR THE WEEK-END SELLING LOT 1 LOT 2 CHILDREN'S DONUOLA KID BUTTON AM) LACE SHOES or tun, Iiarrt soles, or without heels. Sixes 2 (o licgulflr value lo Special EN'S KOX t'ALF SKMI- DKESS fitting. Avitli :i medium block toe. Sixes (i to 11. Tliis boot is a splendid style and weight for fall wear. Special, per pair 4.OO LOT 3 T WOOL FELT BOUDOIK KLIPPEKS, uith silk 1'oiu I'lHiis and [It-bible soles. Sixes 3 to 7. CoiiibiiiiUimi colors oi red :nid while, royal and white, and white, brown and and white with a wool Insole: Extra special, ner pair night "purppse n.KiiucMj i-uM (.rick'; voting married women loin, will he cordially v.-elcoined inlc nw i i when, plons, for- lh? fall, nnd winter "-will be: discussed.. 'All youns mcnl as lo Ihla will be made girls" of the congr.Dgailon from lie age of 12 up are coidully Invited to Join FORMALLY ESTABLISHED. Ottn-B-n, Scpl. proclamation was Issued today formally establish- ing the exemption tribunals In different parts of the conntry. The ciemntton bodies arc thus formally conalituled and the next atop will be to appoint the personnel o[ their members. Part of them will be nom- Inaled by Ihe rolmly. anil part by the board of selection. 'to THOUGHTFUL DOCTOR do you Ihlnk of a warmer climate for me? precisely what I am 30g trying to guard you FEWAItENDII ANIJS_ Montreal, Sept. tisniat meetings arc still being held in this clly.'although but a ha'ntlful of people braved the chilly wealhcr lo listen lo the antis at llio corner Gas ton alrcel and Chateaubriand avenue last nlghl when some prospective par liamentary candidate.! snoke. One o those, Alphonso Bcrnlcr, ,who intend to oppose L. A. M.P., In SI James Division, Klalcd lhat tho Cana dlan 1'aclllc Hallway company hart dis charged him because ol his anil-con acrlpllonlst views after six years o faithful service to Ihe C.P.H. I'aul (orluno declared that neither Jlayo Marlln nor Premier llordcn could slo him from spoaVInK against conscnp commlllee will be called at an early dale' to further discuss plans lor iho carrying out of Ihe Vii" bridge. II Is expected that G. It. Mai- nocli vice-chairman of the Alberta Ad- visory Coininlllce, will return this afternoon niter which action may be expecte AVIATORS KILLED San Diego, Cal.. Sept. Edward Walsh, jr.. Theodore D. Ly- man. student Ihe North Island Military Aviation school, were killed lortay when their planse collided about 600 feet above the ground. Uolh men were Californims. Members of the Lethbrldgc ailvls comrnillee on food control -hav now'Hll been named as follows: -Mrs. M. rcDrCBentlnl! Ihe Local Council of Women; Mrs. John !ralg representing the Women's Civic Club; Mrs. Starnes representing the Kir Aleiander Gall Chapter, I.O.D.K.; Mrs. C. F. I'- Conybeare representing the Major Jack floss Chapter I O D B Mrs. David Don- i'ld rcpresenllng Ihe MMheals Club- llcv. Chas. Baker, secretary of the ministerial association and R. T. vice-president ot Ihe board Work Short Handed WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF GOOD MEN ON HAND. P1IOXH--1-112 Harris Employment Agency Good Cooks Must Have Good "Tools" Clean, hygienic utensils mean better, tastier tpod. OLD DUTCH ouickly and thoroughly cuts birmt-ia grease always insures hygtenk cdokmg_ utensils. r Ion Some one called onl: e wl blow them up." I.aforlnno replied: may do that If you will, but 11 ell yon It Is a dangerous game. Any- wsv. It Is up lo you. A mnn may lako chances if he wfinta lo, but again I counsel you, II Is a dangerous game. of trade. It Is likely that a meetlnE of the Dirt 1'elrocrad. Sept. newspap ers here announced today lhal by or dcr. of Ihe government ex-Duke Mich Bel Alexandrovltch and 1'aul drovltch have been transferred from heir prlvule residence nt Oiltchlna near Pclrogrnd, lo the ministry of the Interior. Grand Duke Aleinnrtrovltch Is a brother of the deposed emperor. When tho Imperial reglnie wns overthrow on March 15. Emperor fie ilpiatert Orand Duke Michael as re gent, but In turn he on Ih following day. 1-aal week Ihe forme grand dnXc was arrested In conne (Ion wllli the discovery of a counlc revolutionary plot. EiUrind Dim 1'aul Alciandrovllch Is an unde ol th former emperor How Much Whole Wheat do you eat? You have never thought much 'about food. You have eaten what you liked regardless of food you may continue to eat what you like but you are certain to like the foods that nourish and strengthen if they pre- pared in an appetizing way. Thousands now eat Shred- ded Wheat Bwcait as a substitute for meat, eggs and potatoes and they have learned many palatable ways in which to serve it. It is 100 per cent, whole wheat. For any meal with milk or PENCIL AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks ItVi and Eth Sinngtt ilock and 6th SI. cream, sliced other fruit p., Madt i peaches or Canada, Have Us Install Yonr Furnace NOW So It will he all rtadr lo use when needed. We are prepared to put In new fWes, cold ulr or to build nn entire furn- ace 11 rcnulrcti. We have ample facilities and cq-jal skill. Tou can depend upon nur work eiiry lime end you'll llrrl upon Iwiuiry thai our charges always ex- tromtly rcaaonahlc-. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR iTAFFORD BLOCK LETHBHIOCE; ALBERTA HERPICIDE. 'ill {uvi dwm all SPECIAL O. HIOIN BOTHAM PURE LARD ]jj Her pie crurts ire aVii w criip, lender, slif uics tKiisliortfniiil ;