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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE SIX THE LETIIBKIDGE. DAILK HKIULD MONDAY, SEPTEMBKU 17, 1017 GUARANTEES i', TO CONTAIN j: NO iHPURlf lESli' A little of Sunlight goes i Ions} every particle is pure; there is nothing to liarm the clothes or impede the rapid progress of the wash. Every cake of Sun- light Soap carries a S5.000 guarantee of purity. in Sunlight Soap i.ondou, Sept. following have been awarded the military medal: (In'Auilry privates, except syecitiedl: Sgt. J. J. Adams, cavalry; 3. R Itartiei: Sgt, J.' M. Cameron: Sgt. II. Cimpoll: T.- Campell. IM'.C.ia.; l.ce. Cpl C. II. S. IX S New Yort.V German, ouo and societies with the foreign liusuagj iirgautwlioa of Ihe Liberty loan committee or the. olid fwtera'l district al a meeting hero today. Tho committee win couiluct a citiipalgu (or 'the sale Liberty Iwr.ds In ihe'iHstrk'l. uhli'h Includes all of Yorl; state antf varls-of Sew Jersey and 'Cuimovtlcul. The foreign language division Is composed of Italian. Rumanian, JeVvUh and other I. Churchill, cavalry; Itoiujr. 11. C'ruly. h'. A.; H. Dallon, J. Dent, cavalry; A. K. FiU- genil'il. cavalry; K. tierljck. cavalry: Cpl. It. 11. Gatos: Spr. A. W, llAlon. engineers: Sgl- V.'. Jones, S. Uakcr. M.'O. Con's; 11. J. Lcet; Sgt. li. S. Maclagcn; Sgl. O. Massrv; A. MtGousan; Sgt. it. McCiurr, cavalry: Cpl. J. McKay. cavalry; l.ce.-Cpl. Mewes.i cavalry; isli- jbrldje'amj Haley apparently Ignoraul Gunner W. UOWCQ. f.A.; A. 1 of this stepped oat o: Ihe caboose and i BRAKEMAN KILLED Itaruillim. Onl Sepl. Haley, of SarrrU. a Grand TiutiJt brakemau. was killed last iiislu Sepl. I ol government has issued a manifesto transferring to the Kmuish senate liiej power of decision in many matters j irhicli the Grand DuVe formerly had I Ilronte. tthi'n he fell sixty tec-t total cavalry; Meww.iMv.ui a The train sloped or, J. J. .Muran englnerTs; h Mo. '-unncr D. llowcn, r.A.i J- Siiaru. cavalrv; VI LUIS .IMU i v r fen into spare. Hu neck was broken, j SUverseu: -Syr. J. Snovpbis cnsln- cers: H. A. Spencer. M. G- Corps; J. I Thomson; lading cpl.) J. [Thompson, engineers; Cpl. K. Ttpton. [cavalry: S. Watts; K. cav- Adams; P. J. Amacher: iuquesi has been ordered. DENIES rms. Montreal, Sept. pi JOE t pit Tremblny referred J. SI. Anderson; Sjl. H. Atklu, arlll London. Sept. ercnany lias seat a note to Sweden, according to Ihe correspondent al Stockholm the Central News Agency, highly re- gretting the disagreeable eil on account of Sweden transmitting telegrams to Germany- Germany saj-s Fhe obliged to the wards this or any other fund with McDi-UlK slate secrelary of Fin-J which Lalunnere was connected, toM iho Associated Press that l Ihe tifR- concession will be appreciated greatly by reasonable Finns. HAS RETIRED. apest. Sept. Graiz. all Ihc machines usuallv lister W finance in the Hungarian found in a woodworking plant nave! met formed by Premier Wekerle last Keen mounted on a motor truck oy a j mpatli. has retired from tlie ministry. Imiliier, so that the work can I Llr. has temporarily taken lie ilor.e the scene o! a contract. I over tlie portfolio ot (mince. The Crushed- .Coffee Smile Is naturally a broad and radiant one, because he who wears it has discovered a fine, rich coffee which has none of that bitter "after taste" so common to ground cpffees. That is because the bitter, chaff and dust have all been" removed from Red Rose Coffee, which is ground.- It is hard to believe that there could be so much difference in coffees until you taste :Red Rose Coffee. The same price as it. was three years ago. 672 Campbell; Sgt. S. Canning, Eng.; Sgl. J. J. Calahan, engineer; Sgt. P. C. Chatham; A. Convray, Mts. Hif.; T. Cook; Spr. Cooper: Cpl. F..W. Coulter, Engr.; Sgt. J. W. Daglish; Spr. A. David, Engr.; Cpl. G. J Deans, Engr.; Sgt. W. H. Dec; Spr. H. FVUew; Sgt. S. F. Dow, Engr.; Sgt. A. Driven; Cpl. W. K. Eaton? Sst- C W. Elliott; Sgt. T. Francis; Sgt. L. :ellnas. Eugr.; A. Gill, Engr.; W. n. Gordon; Sgt. J. Grey: H. iagon; Coy. S.-M. A. W. Hart; H. lill; Sgt. E. Hopkins; Sgt. C. lones; Cpf. E. Kimg; Cpl, Lough- een- Spr. G. Lysaght; D. Gf Macdon- alrt; Sgt. H. Mackay; Sgt. R. H. MacLacblau; A. MacSwain; J, F.1 ilc- Crady; tpl. p. ilcKeown; Gnr. H. E. Jiller; Sgt. W. H. Morton; C. G. Moss; Sgt. J. Murphv; R., Mur- ray; spr 1. Xichol: T. E. Oliver; Cpl. K. J. Parry, Engr.; Sgt., H. E. Page, Sngr.; G. Pederson; D- Qniggin, A. M. C. Medicals; J. P. Reynolds; J. F. Riley; CpL P. Shaw, Engr.; A. Shea; T. Shurasago; Cpl. F. L. Smathers; Spr. W. E. H. Smith: Cpl. II. B. Tay- or; Lce.-Cpl. TV. J. Taylor; T.'Thack- rav, ..Machine Guns; Sgt. R. K. Tufts; Wells; Sgl. N. Watt, a'rjil- lery; Sgt. W. Worton; Lce.-Cpl. L. J. Yule; Spr.'E. Bernler, Engr.; L. .A. Gorrard; Sgt. R. G. Hamill; Gnr, J- Mart In: Gnr. W. McLean; G. E. SeeVe; Cpl. A. L. C. jnr. A.: 31. Cpl.. E, Savage; A. G. Whittaker; E. H. Reeve. forces last night attacked the French positions in Camp Dordeb, Sept. 'aJet of Ihe Royal Flying Corps, iri the morgue as the1 resuil of an accident to his machine Ive miles east _ot camp on Saturday The accident happened under peculia circumstances.- Another machine hat fnaac forced landing and its pilo called out to Whetrick who was no 'ar away to take word to the camp tn my boJy aro all fone. I opo that others, suffer from such distressing diseases, will try MAI.AUK JSA1K 110CHO.Y. 0c. box, 6 for trial sire, 25c. At all dealers or sen t postpaid by FruiU J, District lews TAKER K. Johnson, manager of (lie ilol- son's bank. in town today closmg a sale of tiio lot located on Hough street, the second lot west of the Hammer block, to Sam B. Rose, who is is understood will erect a one-'' story solid brick building, which Trill he occupied by Mr." Rose as-a shoe shop. K. S. P. Hunlrods received a cable on Sunday last anuouudng tho death of hU mother at Work lug ton, Eng. Jlrs. L. T. Westlake is a daughter, and S. Huulrods. of Grassy-Lake, is a son. Corp. Caswell, of tho provincial po- lice roundcil up two Austrians this week. The first was Antlra Xuiic, who v.-as charged with being nn alien of enemy nationally traveiling without a certificate parole. The second was T. Treska, who was charged .with having failed to report for nearly months. Lay (on; fined each of defendants 510 and' costs. Stockholm. organiz- ing connnittoe ot the Stockholm Soc- Lilist confercMiue ill (ta reixirt on tlio uucstloii ot holillng Ihu couforontt? whtch it said hnd iiufbcea abandoned hut that a date would be fixed as soon us 11 a.sspurt difficulties had been settled, utter declaring that Stock- holm was cjosely connected ,wlthV t'ie revolution in Kussii-.. tho hoiie in lit Uusalaii would close their ranks and depend upon HussiLin democracy" the pres- ent crisis there, "Working elates'tii the report'aild'c1 ill1'1 hail with eiithus-, lasni tho Hessian enuieror'a fall and condeiua the co'iitite'r revolutionary elfurls." Tho nbpcdHhat German and AuslYian'socTallsts would protest agnlust projects unit toe tins tending to Weaken tho Uuesian revolulioti and to mako Ger- many iin accomplice of the counter revolutiou. Declaring AJiat Iho present circum- stances 'iireVc'nleil" the giving of a Uefinlte reply regarding the date of the conference to -various requests from France. Austria. Germany, hemia, etc., the' .committee resolved to continue its sicllvltlos, to publish H coltoclioh of drjtunients from adher- entsvniid to Issue fl general rcpo.rt. It also decided to send, if tho organiza- tions eon'qcr'ne'd.' vsro ilelc- gntes to inlcrallicd confer- ence. The committee Stock- holm must inaugurate a new era in ot tho pro- letariat against Imperialism, by the re-establishment of an international I Good progress Is being juade on the hew elevator erected in Taber ,v A 'ch'efiue for htis been turn- .ed over-to the Woman's institute by i the Chautauqua c'oniipittee in be used by them" for Red Cross puriioscs. 'The name of H. Myron, of Tuber, appeared m a recent casvialty list as having been wounded. It is under- stood that he was a homesteader north of Purple Springs. mlngham, England. "There is every" Mr. official statement Issued' the' French war office says the ed after a lively battle. The'ffe was a violent'artillery duel, west of'.Craoniie and Masaiges, f Raj' writes, "that on unusual-demand for poultry will take place during the next few years in the United Kingdom, dtad Canadian exporters ofv poultry should makd a nola'of this; Poultry dealers state that chicke'hs, are'beins slaughtered that a seriqus demand cannot be avoided. Na- Sqme idea of prices next win-! capable ol commou action and con- eluded: "tho working; class desires this war to be the last, to democratize, the nations; to prevent new conflicts, and above all, to create, by guaran- tees of right and arbitration, a pacific disarmed world onjand and sea and a dcjnocrcy tUjcrly. Tbe conference Is .delayed but for every orgAntzed proletariat fhe watch- word Blill Is 'to: PAKOWKI (Fram Our Own Corrpsponil6nt) i Pakowki, .Sept. Itreshjng around-Pakowhi is nearly all done and while many of the "yields light, the, crops on prepared ground excellent, coii'sidcrlng the JIght rainiall this summer. Sonie'of them yielding us high, as 19 bus. per acre. The-polato crop is good .near the laic. ter ID ay. be gathered from the Cact that new Jaid eggs at the present, time in Birmingham, are readily -sold at cents for four." AlPORIMHUli Port Arthur, Ojil, Sept. statement iOC stocks in store In theter: minalj clcvatora. at Port Arthur and- Fort AVilliam al last week Is as foj- lows: .'Wheat, in oats, flax, Wheat, receipts; oats, 520; barley, 7S.912; flax, IC.jftla. Wheat, sbipmenU, oats, Wonderfully Complete Stocks OF SUITS AND COATS SKIRTS AND DRESSES, COR- SETS AND WAISTS, KIMON. AS AND UNDERSKIRTS, GAR- MENTS V OF THE FAMOUS NORTHWAY MAKE, FARTHER IN THE LEAD THAN' EVER THIS SEASON FOR STYLES ASSORTMENTS AND EXCEP- TIONAL VALUES. PLUSH COATS Plain arid fur'trhnmcd. to YELOTJR COATS SuleniHd variety of Burgundy Green. Brown. Navy mid Ulack (o .TWEED COATS In great.variety of clibice for motoring, street anil gctiera! wear. At to LOVELY SUITS In a choicq very vide variely a! in clieviots ki fall plowing. Large fields 'are heing plowed; Our city fathers say the sctiool house here'will be completed In stout three weeks which is good to all: The Ghusfprcl school is progrCBaini 'fine'under the management {if their j efficient teacher, Miss McClellan [Many oE the puplla are .taking music lessons from their teacher, which will be a great them. Mr. and Jlrs, Ahner. Freed arc the proud parents ol a liaby hoy, born "Wednesday of this week. Jlr. and .Mrs. Geo. Weeks arc also rejoicing over" the arrival of a Tine boy. All doing well. Jlrs. Stephen Weeks arid lier daught- er have'been visiting Ihh last three months In Michigan have re turn Btl home this week, A surprise party was given Friday .he 'j Lewis. W.eeks in honor ol Misa Krelda who is leaving next-week 5 i to spend the winter rat her old home in the States. Mrs. Charlie CliHrls and her daught- er Myrtle were visiting old frienils at Glassforu this week. (lohHng preached a sermon Sunday night on the Conservation of Food. He thinks U) conaerye fowl, la not so much a war measure, as an act of obedience to Christ. MAGKATH Ro'ards Now Being Ap- pointed to Examine Men In Canada ,_ Ottawa, re eel veil by "tte military fien'ice council cato already been'! taken for Ihc appointment..of medical boards -throughcul dominion.1 Toronto, dccording'to .fcjiort'a crl today, three" hnnrtrej' men were ex- amined on Saturday, anil at other [Joints, boards arc The tary "serficu cbjjncSl 'a special To' fmrl oncoui-aGlng their employee's to Ontlcvgo medical exam- fit. Only to -moke claims for exemption when absolutely necessary. To lose no !line in making any necessary "clnfm for exemption I in-" mediately the proclamation Is issued, To report promptly'to the .district registrar any employee'who {ins cith- er failed do report or to maVo a claim :or exemption. liy tSusn lines, It pointcrl Out, eniptoyera can greatly.- asatst fn tho 'effective enforcement of the act with a'minfmum of turbancc to lnjaJiie-sa comlftirmg, Tiid conncEl the' Catfadlipt ttirers' has already csl Its .DKESHES A complete now Just to hand, featuring all (he becoming louclics of style in vogue tlils- Keason. S13.50 to .1I35.00 SPLENDID PETTICOATS Heatherl'loom, Citkloff, Rom- an Satin, Uuchesse and Shot Tattetas. DAINTIEST v. Voile, Cf'c'po ;de Chinea ami KeorKctteS in exception a I to 44. At STARLAND WEDNESDAY... and THURSDAY GERAUHE FARKAR 'JOAN THE WOMAN' Six-piece Orchestra PERFORMANCE FROM 1.30 70-11 P.M. EVENING SPECIAL MUSIC EACH and i.n'. liven 2.jt. Stupendotu (From Our Own Magrath, Sept. has been delayed a little on account of light storms passing over the district, but arc busy again, about a dozen out- fits being busy in the district. The Red Cross In charge of Mrs. Crilchfleld, Mfa, Roy Scarle, Mrs, Harris, MTS, Curd and Mrs, Blum el on Saturday last and a good sum was iu.rnert Into ,fhc treasury. Mrs. Jamcg Stacey has returned to her borne In Idaho, after spending a month wilb her daughter, Sirs, Harold Wood FHenOs of Mrs. Kills Ifrnlnger will e pleased to nole tbat Is ng aTler her recent illness.' A delightful was held iU Ihc homo of Mrs. Karl eti ahc cntcrtiiincd a number of 1ft ones in honor of hfer little daught- er's birthday on Wednesday aUcrnonn, Mrs. Floyd JJradnhaw Is at present visiting friends In Utah. A- pleasant afternoori'wasNsponl he'home of Mrs. Florence. Morcer on Vrlday when the members of -the Gleaners Swarm of the.Y.UM.l.A. Dee lllve met Hnd surprised her. Some tcry good papers and talks on First Aid and other aubjcctd were Rtvon, after which a dOlefous.ftmoheon waa served. present Mes Knimn lianmu'Ecn, iv6ek end at Meilfclno Hat, the ael, Lavlaa routuen, Joac of Mr. add W re. Kldtl, GARMENTS 'Jaeger. Wool I ena> Gosaard Cor- sets, FtiicsL-Fiir.Conta.niul Set3: di, No. Nilin- .Qltawa. It Is officially an- nounced. through the chief press cen- sor office, that tlio following troops have cably in Kngiflhd 10 stcne'jtwttery draft, Halifax. bcrs 12 a'nd.W Ktnforclns. draft roll- ivay froirt I'. K. I. atid Ucgina, respectively. Korcst drafts froir. Win- nftics, Xew wick. Scolla and -Ot- tawa. Forestry ami jrailw.iy construc- tion draff, C'nmp liorden. C. .A. B. C. draft, from Winnipeg and Camp Bor- don. Hallway constfticlion drafty Ot- tawa. P. A. M. 0. oraft, Montreal. -11. 51. C. draff, Montreal, li. M. C. Cad- ets for Imperial c.ommiasloh, lirHish recruits from Ald6rahol, N'.S. Details. Turner, A Mercer, f. fjrown, Kmrna Tolfilnip, Kowea, Wood Jllas U IlSll ahd Miss Ada Olhli" spending the more cffectirc- thin Sticky, p'y Cltaii bj Druggists and Grocxrt c TRY; A HERALD WANT: AD. ;