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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FJUDAY, SKPTKMBUH 11. 1017 IHK LUTHHIUDGR DAILY PAGE NINB RELIEF OF FRENCH HAS BEEN DELAYED Paris, Kept. a lerloa conferences ticiwocu represents- of the French guvorDuicut anil lied G'rosa officials, Ilia government haa officially notified General Ilial (bo Hctl Cross orgjnlzuilou la willing supply funds uuiouuilng to several uitllluu doll LIT a for relief among tho French civilian population during the com- fug winter Tlie Preach, It Is unior- eiuixi, tiuia Out plau o( rcllrt which. ID Lhelr oiilulou, would "bp beil adopted to keeping UL> juorale of the cklllau population and >lhen luni It over lo Iho UcO Cross, which will carry It out and Unanco It. Tho 11 Inn la the culmination of a. peliemo previously outlined by Major (leueral J'erehlne, commander o! tho .American ox pc (lit ternary lorcc, where- by the HcU Cross shall specialize dur- ing (lie, coming winter la amellovntlng (lie comUdoa of civilians rather Lion d oral Ing Us chief energies to Ihc Ain erlcan soldiers whoso relatively small will bo cared (or by llio YOUHR Men's Christian Association, al least until thoy are are In Ilia treacliM par- ticipating ID Iho actual rlgMIng, Tbo hasla ot the whole plan IB that Amer- ica's best help tor tbo p re soul fa to do Its utmost lo keep the French sol- diers la a good stale or inhul by help- Ing to keep tUclf families physically find morally ID good shaiic. Washington, Sept, project- ed entente' military ccniercsee wMch was scheduled lo bo held In Parli this month, hH been postponed until Oc- tober. Atirk'G to This cited reached Washington today through diplomatic channels. The cause assigned for tha delay la ilia; lha approachlnp; wirJcv lessens necessity lor holding '.bu conference at tho present lima and that a paslr-oncinetH will furnish a larger opporlually for the war ofllces ot tho entente powers to assemble data and consider plans tor minor op- eration 3 lo bo conducted during Iho wlalcr ami for bis drives lo bo under- taken next Bprhig. During the past two weeks Inter -al- lies naval conferences have beea In progress 'n I'trle (or discussion of the shipping problem and various pros- pects of the IJ-ooal campaign. The en- tente allies aro making a careful can- vas a of the world's tonnage, neutral mid belligerent, and rtils Information will bn utilized In the consideration of future during the coming confer- ence. It la expected that Jsipan will lie persuaded, to allot, a considerable portion of Die Japanese merchant LOQ- naRG for cntonlo and American USDS nnil that this couU! ho arranged by llio Stalc3 government, ivhfrh Is n ptwltloji lo compensate Japanese owners for tlio ships so transferred from the Paclne to trans-AHantlo trades routes. PHONE 1224 What is Crushed Coffee? Briefly, Crushed Coffee is coffee that has had the beans crushed between steel rollers with just enough pressure exerted to break the beans into clean, even grains from which the bitter chaff and dust are easily separated by air suction- Resulting in a coffee so pure that no egg is needed to settle it. Red Rose Coffee is as easy lo make as Red Rose Tea, and its flavor, aroma and smoothness are a delight as com- pared with the ordinary ground coffees. Sold only in double-sealed air-tight cans to keep it good. The same price 49 it vraa 8 Quarts for T EFFECTIVE TOMORROW QWING TO THE COND1T ION of the MARKETS WE ARE COMPELLED'tP MAKE THE PRICE of jlliud DralsOM, B former resident of LeUibrldg'i a lew uayd In town Mrs. A. Salmon will servo tlie tea al Si. Aujfiisliti'a tctnils courts Katur- Mlcriiooft. Mr. rllli a large number in attendance. The routine business was iiroJiiptly dis- posed of Hint at 4.15 the of the .Major Jack Itosa chapter came to listen to .Mrs. llentlcy's rciiorL on the meeting ol the national chapter. Mrs. Renllcy gave a very compre- hensive and intoreBUng report, which u-fls greatly enjoyed by all present, and ivliicU was a true inspiration Lo tho inQmbcrs ol the I. O. 0. E. in their REPORT OF THE' NURSING MIS- SION FOR THE MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST. 1917 July Xumner j New patients 23 Old patients 10 j Metro patients................ 2 j Professional calls, (day) 165 Professional calls (night. 10 1'rlcmlly and rellet calls C7 Business calls 131 Office calls ................--..ISli Totol calls 602 Patients paying full feo........ 4 ratlcnlB paying part tec Jl I'atlenls cared for free U> Groceries neve Lcen given to 101 famlUes. meat to 8 families, fresh milk Lo 2 families, which Includes 2 tubercu-. Lar patients, chicken soup otlier! Blclc room dalnllej for tiro bed linen supplier! "in one home and lonnctl In two oihers where there was Infants' clothing provid- ed, new boots for one 003' and one wo- men, vegetables from school gurdenR given to 1 families, water rates paid (or 13 families, coal for 2 families ecij clothing and boots for 0 families. 5 nurses for outside canes supplied; 3 mnlds positions filled; 43 calls for wo- Dien for day's work 2_calls lor men [or day's work supplied.' l Auguit Nnmber New patients 30 Old patients.................. 7 Metro patients 3, Professional calls (day) 1711 Professional calls (night) 7i Friendly.and relief G2 i Iluslncss calls 95 .Office calls'................... 109 Total calls............... P.itlunls payine'toll Tee....... 5 Patients paylnji part fee H Pnttonts cared for ?0 Provlsloni were supplied lo 14 fam- ilies, meat lo 12 families, milk lo InmlliEJ, bread for 1 family, 6 families were supplied with. Vegelables from the Central and Fleelwood school Ear-) dens, new clothing was given where an unfortunate little babe arrived, linen loaned th another home, a 3-room shock iris furnished and filled up ny IhlngB collected or provided by the mission, noi one response to our rip- peal tor this case being recelv'ed, rtntl was paid for two women, 2 loads of wood ind 3 of coal were sent out. wa- ler rated paid for one family, worn clothing and boola given lo ttrallfes. U has buiy thlf montli tnr- Ing even fn a small way lo meet Iho demand for nurees and women, anrlj hardly a day passes without letters coming from Iho surrounding towns and oullyine cllatrlcls SBliing us (o pro- vide cither graduate or practical nurs- es. These have been irrnnged tor In i 7 esses, our own nurses going from 18 lo 30 miles on maternity cases. In our reports of .May and Juno we mentioned somo 90 calls made by our i nuracs on lha mothers we had tared _'or nnd where thetr babies were under year old. -The result of Ihesc culls 133 been gratifying. have ind practically no sick babies during two hot months, July and Aug- ust. Some two or three ckDie to as for further Instruction or advice, ThoM babies now all doing well. (Sgd.) A. M. T1LLW3V. Supt. Crystal Dairy Limited Felger Superior Dairy Chin tie Nationalist League In connection wllh the above organ- lieiUlan n' Rrciil Chlnoso cOnvonllon wna lielH In VRncourcr ono week In AuRiisL; over )600 attendcrt, among Iho numlwr were two proml- nonl Chinamen of this city, Kalrmnn Wong, president of (he Chlneae EJIIQ; also Jllng Woo, Vic. Pre: Fnfrman Wong It fuicnl sneaker, liitbt addressed meotlngB ntnong coitnlryincn at Vldorla, nosslsnrf, .Vel- i, Rerelstoke, CnabrooK And Vnn- couror Tho object of this greal Tcbllon 16 lo the llcon Piemlcr ot China, Doctor Son'- Ynl-Scn. The proaldont of the local loaguo hns had telegrtrnifrorr Siin-YnL'SoD, IhformlnK him acnn n3 the now Henubllran govern- ment. Is formed nn or ovei OOlT'mGn will be aont to lha'ald'of tho Alllc.1 at once SA TURD A Y, the Concluding Day of Our DRESS Call in and See these Handsome COATINGS, SUITINGS AND DRESS MATERIALS 5-1 INCH IfEAVV ENGLISH la Krc-y and brown inltturcs. Suited for boys' suits, knickers overcoats, also ladles' or glrla' Buort coilr-. Good reliable merchandise. Dress Goods Week. Specially priced, -j nf Yard 1.13 BROAD STKTl'KJ) ALL SILK Inches wide. Ilroivn or vrhlto or black and white Blrlpes. One Inch wide. Splundfd for un- derakfrts. Regular J2.00. Uress Goods Week, yard.................... 1.00 jyr ou WALK H'l'RIPK IJLAXKKT CLOTH- it Inches wide. LliTiiteJ quantity only. Dress Gooils l o Vartl................................ OK HLAC'K KSTIJI- KXli OK wool Bplfntlld guallty. heavy weight. 42 indies wide1. Worth Dross Goods Week, yard 1.19: 300 YARDS UG IX. In Indigo Dyes. This week only. Yard.............................. 2-1 Heavy ifibbeil Hose Fast blacfc. Sizes G lo ID, Special -i 3 jiairs tor........................... l.UU 300 Ibs. Wheeling Yarn DlacK. white, or t'rey. On pale, "I 1 Q Pound 1.1" 500 Ibs. -l-ply .Scotch Yarn In hlack only. Special -i Q r. Pound.............................. 1 3 J 1000 Yards Black Sateen Warranted AnaUnc Dreg, In 3 grarlca. No. 1. 32 in. Silk finish, yd. 45c No. 2. in. Twiikii finish. 27i: No. U. 32 in. Drill finish... 21 54 IXCH COATIXG 2.00 SAPPHIRE 21 iiicbE-s ividt'. All Lolors, Very floe and silky. Ureas UotHis Week. All wool in np.vy, hard finish, Per yard, only Slumirock Quilts Pink, aky or Rreeii Warranted Tast colors, ivilh heavy knollcd fringe. 2 yards wide, 2--1. yards Ions. Each 9 7C Dice. Loom Table Linen 5C inches wide. bleached. Limited quantity. Yard fiaC Domestic Prints In navy and butcher blue. Dainty pat- terns. Per yartl Black and AVliilc Sheiwnl Check Dress Goods 39 Indies wide. Regular Cac. On sale, Spprtal, yard 39c Milvej- Orey Won I Blankets With itlijc borders. Thoroughly scoured. and fleecy, p JQ Per pair Di4i7 yards Striped Flannelette 32 and 33 Inches wide in pink, Lluo or grey liesl Kugllsh make nnd heavy -j 17 weight. Per yard.................... 1 C Extra Heavy Fleece, Flannel American make. Full 30 inch and soft as down. nebular iQu yard. Special, yard Good Heavy Canton Flannel 25 to 2'J Inches wide. Unbleached and good quality. Special 101 Pr r yard C Men's Wear Specials MEN'S OVERALLS Pant nnd bib styles In Wile, blacl; and blue stripe. -j Special, yard............................................... i.3U MEN'S WORK SHIRTS In AP. special jMaekinaw Coats for Men. Fine value... .'ijilO.oO .Men's Ifjne Black Cashmere Sox. Special. JOe MENJSlFJNE NEGLKiEE SHIRTS In blue and-black stripes, llcfrular 51.50. QQ Special ....................................V.............. Men's Ties. Regular 35c. Special........23C Men's Fleece Lined Underwear. Special, per 1.50 Boys' Lined Underwear. Special, per JJOY8' SUITS HOUSEFURNISHING SPECIALS Suit Fine quality tweeds and worsteds. Special, 6.49 Ladies' Wear Specials SILK ami CREPE DE CHENE.CAMISOLES BeaulifulJr LrimmcS ivilh lace and Insertion..The JjigResL 1 OC snap for ihe weekend. Regular Special only A GOOD LINE OF HEATIIERBLOOM UNDERSKIRTS Colors Copenhagen, navy, brown and hlick. Special HO USE DRESSES AM sizes and colors. A splendid range to''choose from. -i 1.77 Candy Specials 1000IM: Mixed Candy in l'lb. packets, Ac'wl Drops and Peppermints. SiJtunlny only. 35 DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES Heat quality, water color. Sizes 36 Inches 72 inches: Special, each, j, COLORED BORDERED SCRIM 36 iuclics Special Turd 69c 25c irivMSTri'OHEI) A'XI) IJOUDHUIiD In ivory j-nci ecru. 3G Special Yard FllTNGEI) Stencilled designs. Size 12 inches by 30 inches. TAPKS'l'KV CARPET Fine EnellsJi uiaJie, A3scrtcd jrnllcrns, 2rinthcs JAPANESE RICE Spe Ilcivry rmalfly, bound edges. Size 3S fnglieei.br cial, each J ____ _': Priced Less for Saturday LADIES' ALL WOOL FELT BOUDOIR 4T ren and SLIPPERS With large sill; Porn Poms In colors of blaclc and while; white; Royal and white; grey and white; a flexible sole, sites 1. (o 7: Special '.......___ CHILDREN'S DONGOLA KID BUTrO? AND BLUCHER BOOTS Hard anlca wHh or heels. of hlack and lau Sizes 2 to Saturday speciol MEN'S BOX KIP. BLUCHER BOOTS Wide block lob. A splendid shoo (or rail wear. Sizes G lo 11. Sallinlar special.................... BOYS' HEAVY LEATHER BOOTS Wide fitting and'heavy heavy reinforced count- ers. Slzc.r I lo y. MEN'S HEAVY WORK 'BOOTS Wllh a heavy lealhcr sole.nnd heel. WWa Hillng. Sizes 6 lo 11. Saluniay snccfal___..'. 11.19 j 3.89 2.69 3.89 GROCERY DEPARTMENT, WEEK-END SPECIALS Quaker Oats. Package COMBINATION FLOUR AND SUGAR OFFER, sacks. OC Chlorld: of Llrne. 1 24-lb, sack Hoyal Hftucehold Flour and 1 20- Ench fiOC Tina Pure Strawberry 50 yCp Campbell's Soup, assorted klndi. only. Refl. ?0o for I OC Special, 2 cans Ib. Toaitcd Corn Flakcs. CurranM. Spiclil 2 e 'Cereil. 25c Blue Ribbon Tea, Ibs. f Hudson' ;