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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SKPTEMHKH INK LliTIllJlMr.K DAILY PAGR NINK The low cost per cup It is hard to believe that- a cup of good, rich tea only costs about a fifth of a cent, but, you see, Red Rose consists chiefly of Assam richest, strongest teas in the world. Red Rose easily yields 250 cups to the And it's a tea of rare economy and flavor. Kept Good by the Sealed Package IREDROSE III __A teal PHONE 1224 London, Sent. first batch ot firltUU and prlsoiiDra from SwlUerlHnd under the new arrtiiiKC- mcnl'wItL'. (ho enemy reached london Tuesday uiieipeclcilly. There was no public welcome.. TDc parly comprised .37 omeers'aiul 302'mcu, Including the following Conatltans: Lieut. II. Douglas, fourth mounted missing since June, I91G. IJIe'nl. do r. O'Grady, eighth Im- lallon. mlsslUE since liny, 1315. Llcui. n. Scbit, second billalion, aliasing since Mny, 1915. Lieut.- K. Siufih, first mounted rifles, Einco Junei 191C. r.icul. J. 11. FirslLrook, flying corps, prisoner since September, 19iG. Sergl.'Tj Coldness. second Laltallon; Swoiicy. (10C.- lirst mounted, rifles; T. Hart fonrlli mounted rilics; A. -Jlunlrr, iSlh; S. Swarin, (218S1) seventh; H. Board-. (233CC-, 71h; T.'A. Carney, 3rd-, Scrgl F. Reed. (1626C) -Illi; Privates 1! 7th; J. nankin, 13th; W. .1. Long, JSlh; A. McDonald, 15th; II. Slssin 2nil; U. 13th; 'A.lugllsh, 13tli; C.-V. Combe Sill; A. Baddelri, A -llrldgc. Slli; 31. Maxwell, (24373 'iStli; G. U. 2nd; G. C Hehcr, (35010) 14Ui; G. W. Baker 13lh; U. Wells, ,Corn. R Fuller, mount _ed; Lj. Beadle, mpimle.d, 1st mounfed Corp.'Simons. 2nd; It. Rick erd, 4th mounted; D. II. Laird 4lh 'J. Gibson 7lh; A. M. Mnntllc, i mounted; F. Wilson. W. Dciler, 3rd; J. Bristow, (S622, 2nd: PATRIOTIC FUND REPORT The [ollowins Is the Canadian Pa- triotic, fund (Lethbrluge- casl! statement Tor Ihe month of August, 1917: Amount received from subscribers during month of August, J3.331.95. Stenographer's salary and office ex- penses, SSS.10. Amount remitted to .Soulll Alburla lr Thomas While Prepares to Launch Cnmpuign For New War Ijoan Ottawa. Saul. 13. Sir Thomas White has completed arraugemen with the Canadian Press Association or the promotion of the new war loan n Ihu newspapers and other publics lions of the Dominion. An extcmlv campaign ol iiuhllclly will bo carriei on the patriotic co-operation o seTcral or Ihu'lc-aJIng advcrtlslne au encics of the country and other bodies whose importance and usefulness arc recognized .hy. the finance mlnlsler. It Is intended- UiaL.llie loan shall bo In ovcry sense a people's loan. The Canadian Press Association will open a bureau In Toronto, In connec- tion its offices wiifcli win be de- voted .exclusively -io handling the de- tnils of Hie promotion under the direc- tion of Ihe finance minister. The pre- sident of (lie association, J. II. Woods, of who is chairman'or, the committee, -will he in personal charge throughout the campaign. ft t'fi expected Uiat the press ol Can- aila, recognizing Uie importance of the project will lend, its utmost co-opera-, lion. Its fourth war will endeavor loveounl the succcsr. of the recent liberty loan )n the United Slates. Inspector K. Chancy Is In C'alUorDla or his health. -Mr. IMne Punnyfather left last or llcslna Io Join Ihe X, M. P. Mrs. L. of Portland, Is u tho city, (lie guest of her Klsler, Irs. J. O- Jones.. 1 i Mrs. E.. L Dunn, and ehltdreir from lies, Mich., arc visiting her mother Mrs. Ttios. Mrs. J. O. Wilson lias been the _ lejl of Mra. J. W. McXIcol Icll oil Tuesday for the toast. Tho ladles of the faslero Slar are isked to meet at llic Reel Cross rooms .o'morrow nfternoon. Jlr. and Mrs. Fred TlaVor ol Prltico Mberl art visIIInB thtir diuthler. Mrs. F. Cllaucy at the barracks. Tlie senior adult class of Unlleil cliufdi, I.cthbridge, win meet Ihis evening nt 8 o'clock for business and social. Mrs. Win. C. Alllnson onj daughler Virginia of Vancouver, n. C., are Itlng .Mrs. AJllnson's brollier, .Mr. Jai.ies Wostbrook, cast of the The regular meet Jus ef Ihe Major Jack Ho3s chanter I. 0. E. will be licit) tojjjorrms- afternoon nl nt the Y. M. C. A. All members are urn- crt to lie present A mistake was lundc In yesterday's llcralJ In tlie llnie given Tor the meet- Ing of the Major Jack Chapter for aew- Thts meeting Is held Itils'cvun- Ing at Ihe lied 'Cross -rooms. branchi ot fund, at Calgary', Amount paid Io dependents In Letli- bridge district, Number of dependent families as- slaled, IS1, II. J. II. Paterson, Honorary Trcaaiirer. OLLawa, SepL. Monday, Scp- tcmbor 17, two hundretl odd labor IDCII rcDrcscntlng unions IhrouRhout Can- ada will asscioblo here (or an- nual convention. Amongst local labor men, ninny of wliom are dissatisfied with llic trend of recent labor events, there la an opInloirUiaL some surpris- ing Bbahcups will be by .this Organized labor fn Bngiand' will be represented by J. "Winston, M.I1., pre- sident Wales Miners' Fed- eration, while 'Em anii el RoT'oleskrivlH icprescDt tlie American Fcderallon or Labor. It IB cspected that Samuel Gompers, heail.ol thc_-labor .mon in the United Hlaleg, will atlcnu Ihe con- vention, hm'Uiis-fs nol yet deflnUely. NON-ALCOHOLIC The btst flivcr on the market toiiiy are put up by C. H. t Co., th: oriuinatcrs and 'manufacturers of con- centrated Pure Food Flavors. to uss flavor- Inj, and iverybody wjnt> tht So be lure you order 3hrart't, It only requires 2 few troft to flavor your If your arocer don't carry thete flavors net them a< Keith'l, COR Third Avenue S. Jutt received a report from the Provincial Coverrmenl ilat- Ing these flavor! contain no al- cohol, 30 can be sold every- tttierc. U KEITH Ajent for Alberta. 608 Third Avenue South' KOONIT COMING Utt Picker its Dozen Eggs. Winnipeg, Sent. sea-1 slons of the IHlh annual meeting' of the KnlghU Temper nl the Fort Garry ended at noon-tpday wllh the ckclloTi'or orMcera, Whfeh resulted Ha follows: ChnrlBB II; Euprerao graiul master; Abraham Shaw. -Kingston, dcpvly ter; W. II- Whyta, (Jj-and rhancellor; Rov. Q. iAT" Woodslilc, chaplftln; Dr. F. Taylor, Wlnntpei, grand constable; K. A. Hltcklinll, Toronto, gr'snd niar- 11; C. F. Ircaaurer; K- O. Grocb, Halleybuo', Onl., granil reglslrar. Western proTlnclsl grand priors: Qcorge Klrkenrinlc, Victoria, Fflclflc coast; Lawrence, Nelson, Kool- O. Clarke, North Day, Al- goma; A. 31. .Icffors, Kdnionlon, Al- bcrlR; K. Logan, Heglna, Saskatchewan. The grand council Includes tho fol- lowing: A. BHtucs, Monlrcnl; J. A. Cowan, Toronto; Dr. A. S. Ea'trcy, Calgary; W..W. llrown, I'orL Arthur; IT. A. Porter, St. John, NMl- Tho meeting In 1Q1S will be held nt Hcllcvllle, Ont. This year's conventlori was rteclar- cd (o hare, hecn.thc moal successful [anil enjoyable H tho1 history of, the Sovereign Grand Priory. The IJomlnion nebckah Lodge will meet tonight at o'clock lu the 1. O. O. F, hall. Afler the usual order of; business a social evening will be spent and refreshments served. Visit-' ng HebekahB j The LaUibrldgc branch or the Great War Veterans Association will hold another of their popular dances on Tuesday evening. Kepi. IS. The lad- les oC (he Major Jack Koas chapter I. 0. D. 13., will serve relresutntnts. r The gymnasium classes in connec- tion the ladles swimming classes under the auspices ot the Women's Civic Club, ivill commence next Wed-" ncsilay, Sept. I9lh. The drcsi neces- sarj- for Die fyfunnsluci. Is, Llue or blnck bloomers, wlilte middies, and running shoca. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O.-, DX K.-.served tea at Ihc Hudson's Hay lea room' ycslerday. .Mrs, H- Maynard was In charge, assisted by Mrs. T. H. Fleedwoorl, Mrs. It. K. Dav- idson, Miss Dunn and Miss Buchanan The room was very prettily decoralcrl with sweet peas from the Experimen- tal Farm. 1 The monthly meeting of Ihe W. S. of rhureli held Tuesday evening la the school room. Mrs. W. F. Nelson conducted'the scripture lesson. -Mrs. W. J. Johnston read an Interesting paper on the nnd Mrs. Hlglnbotham gave an interesting reading, ;vnd map talk on the history and mission work at Wakaw. A social afternoon.hi honor br (he crudle roll department will hn given by Knox coiiRregotlon on TuaEilay" af- ternoon, Sept. ISlh, commencing ni A conlial invitatfon la extend ed to nil interested In the Sunday school and to all wJio would Hke.lliclr little ones enrolled, to'come and bring" the liny lota and enjoy ;in hour wilh this most Important and interest- Ing deitarliQeM. A splendid receplloii WAS ciTen by the congregation .o[ Wesley cburclt under (he auspices of the Jadlcs aid of lhe_church to tlic new pastor, rtev. CragB and Mrs, Cragg, last night, A large number were and c-vcra] speeches of welcome were de- Iv6rert. S, J. Shepherd presided', and here. IVRS a program of musk. HOT. Mr. Cragg responiled to the spcechca ft welcome, wliich extended wishes or R succeaaful pastorate for Mr. Cragg hero. On Tuesday, Sort- 4ln, at St.'Majys church, X. Ward, Thomaa Martin MII- cr Rnd ttmlly KllzaLcth Turner verc unlletl In marriage by Rev. Snow. They will make nig Valley, Alia., Ihelr homo, YOU CRN DO TRIAL POSTPONED -Sept. 13.- [era corrca 'nornoDOs r-ENS WEAR. BOO' S SHOES NORTH LtTHBRIOCt r. on s'TC THE DOOR. pondcnl -says Ihe o' Oen, Sonk I homllnoff, former mlnfrler of war, wlio charged wllfc ad hnlll ifcrj present polmcal crls l.i Ins lii ''permit ,ll court Io cnr'rjf Ili R slalc of Ihc pu OF CIIYISIBD An oil) Montana pioneer, And n I.cth- rldgo olrt-llmcr, passed away at II o'clock Tuesday' evening in lha person of George W. Wicganil nl hla residence 122 4 til SI. S. The Into Mr. who was 7G years of on Januaryj came to t Kr.ycarfl Be- slrlos Ills widow, deceased leaves to mourn iiim ono son six daughters: Mrs. Fnnnlc Andrews, Orejon; Mrs. Clara Minnesota1, Mrs. MInnfc llnhcr, Cereal, Mrs. Trlpp. Salmon Arm, H. C.; Mra. Ko.mnej-, Nouleford; Mother Cccelle, Ursnlluo Convent, Miles Clly, Monlanl, anil J 0. of Noblcford. MANSLAUCHTER Montreal, Sept. Oulseppe arlco. an Italian, was found sillily of manslaughter In tlie court of king's ih.oot- n the bench here ycslordny tor'ths Infi of Itortolpho Oodln on Jt last The accused1 cf nhoutinfc was In self i------------------ IDE bttn struck In the kr Uodrn. Itlnurf Ihjtilhe def har- That will appeal especially to the working man. Many needed reqiiisettes priced to your advantage IT IS ECONOMY TO SHOP AT THE "BAY" STORE DRY GOODS SPECIALS GIVES YOU A VARIED CHOICE OF NEW MERCHANDISE 2-1 ITeayy Kibbed Hose Hlwnirock Quilts Silver (ii'cy Bl; Fast blMlfl Sizes C (o 10, Special -j I'Ink, eky or Warranted fast colors. hluc liordtrs. i6: 3 pairs lorj.i.......-.................. heavy knoiied fringe. 2 yards wide. 2-% and fleecy. Yarn yards lotig. Hath Only................................ Lonm Tiiiilc Linen GC Inches 91 bleached. Limited quantity. Yard 30 inch Domestic Pr'mls lU-w.l- In navy and LulcllQr bluc- JWW IJiruS ISlJll K ftiUCPll t.crns, Per yard Warranted Analine Dyes. In, No. 1. 32 in. Silk finish, yd. wllilc No. 2. :J2 in. 'J'willcrt Iniisli. 271: Goods i-v inches wide. Regular Gac. 3. 32 III. Drill iim.SH. 21c Special, yard 300 W Ulnck, white or urcy. On sale. Pound Scotch Yarn. In black only. Special 1 li Per. palr.i -33 inclics wide. Regular G5c. On sale,