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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SE.VEM WEDNESDAY. MILADI Miss Grace I'ayne of Indiana. Is a estot Mr. and'Mrs. L 11 Culler of Council muffs. la., visiting al tbc home of Ills brother. II. Cutler. There will be a special general meet B ol Sir Alexander Gait chapter. 1 ).D.B. tlic Silks' club rooms lomor ow nllemoon at jlr- Kt Clalr Sloliart, lie Drat wo man Vo organize a woman's war "til unit, lias arrived In Sew York I eak In the United Slates and Cai da ou the work ot English womcu 1 bo war. The regular mccllnK of Ihc Majo Jack Ross ch.ai.tcr I.O.I) B. was lie is' Frldav. will, a very fair alien nice. The usual business was Iran LI1CC 11M! ,cic j nud H was decided lo hold a r work the lalt" part ot November. II was also decided lo make tile col lion of old rubber wllliln the two weeks. If those Imlng old riilihcr wl kindly lihono Mrs. Osllund, 13lj3, II will be called for. Mrs J Mornan. who has been stiidr- j al the coasl lor ihe ussl few ontns, lias The Major Jack Uoss cliapler 1.0. ooms. The members of Ihc U.I A. are Invit- ed lo ineel the homo (if Mrs. Held, 201 Clh Ave. X., tomorrow cvenu.K al S o'clock to dtstuaa further plans for Ibe bazaar. The ladles of the First Bapllst church will niccl for al Ihc Red Cries rooms Friday afternoon al 2 o'clock! All ladles ot U.e church are asked to attend as there U some busi- ness to bo discussed. Fred W. Downer culerlair.ed erdav afternoon at a tea in honor cj __ ILD OF 45 BUS. NO. 1 All 1917 wheat crop records for this Immtdijlc dislrict were brok- en this rnorninrj when S. W. Kins, Who' iivts the jail of the'clly brought to the Ellison Mllllna Co. elevator here a load o! Mirquii whcal-which tested a to the bushel. If clighlly mottled howeyer, ,nd get Into the No 1 h'ul was'a good No. 1 North- ern.' threthtd out 45 bushels to ths Is one of the best yislds.ret Hr.-Klng just finiihtd thresh- ing.hij eati this morning, .and thts'c. "yielded-139 bushels to' the acre of g'nod quality At prevailing orrtia Mr. Kmg a wheat land netted him Better thin': 530 'to the his oat land bitter, than IN SWITXBKTAND The other clay a' telegraphic .dis- patch over the Herald's leased wire fold of the transfer from Switzerland o England of a number of Canadian qnldlcrs who liad heen prisoners of v Mr, Germany. Amonf; .he names was (hal of Pie- II: Vveller. 1 tc. teller Is a former lolhbrlflge man ind brother of Geo.-B.-Wellerol lie civ He enlisted at Trail, B. C., wllh fie'711, Ballalion the day niter war broke out and was captured at the Uatlle ct Vi-res In 1315. naving been In Germany practically all the time since While In l.ethbridge he P aycd wllh tl'.e S. O. E. football leam.v WAR MENU FOR THURSDAY. fruit. Wliealmc Porridge, .Toast, Marmalade, Tea or Coffee, Sugar. ,ninncr.-l'ork Chops. Mashed 1'ota iocs, Yegelabio Marrow, Johnny Lake (or Mincheonl.-Cream of Coru Soup Whole Wheat Muffins, AprXe Sauce, Bulter. Oalmeal Cook tea. Illlk. Sugar- o recipes for Whole Wheat and Cream of Corn Eouu, mcn- li'o'neil above, arc as follows: Whole Wheat 1 Vi liolc whcsl flour, 1 cup of vcslerdav of her daughter. Miss Gladys who Is lo bo married neil lo Jlr. FalrBeld Home. TSo guests, nnmber- LE nearly a hundred, ushered b> Sire B A. Ewerl to tbc -tea room where "crlmren sweet peas is decoration., u illver bowl-ol the same flowers being the centrepiece of tea table, which was presided N Hll hie wllh Mrs T. 11. McCrcacly Ml S3 Ames Miss Marloi Marrs and'MIES Adeline Henderson as assislants. ol pEas asters decorated llie.icccptlcr. rooms. The waste paper committee of Sir Alciander Gall chapter I. O II. h a final canvas of paper. Kriday allcr- VOU will Hnd at the "Bay Store I a select assortment ot all the newest Fall and Winter Garments, New" Suits, New Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Fur Sets and Coats and a vast range of Ladies and Children's-Underwear. Our Fall Stock of Corsets is fully complete, A., La Diva, Royal Worcester and Bon-1 on, And we also carry a range of the famous Modart, the most perfect-fitting Corset. PaickeT of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kill MORE OP STICKS ruf CA-TCHERy irit.ish Nav.al.Forc. es to Assist Italy In Drive Against it- -Washington, Sept. IS.-DIspalclies received from .Europe dls- 'closo the facl'lhatla conference Is to lie held In Paris early In October at which naval-mailers of >n Jinstaicn nature are to lid taken Tip scnlatlYM'ot' the allied governments According lo-Idea N.ajlonale, an 1 al iin muer usually well United States- participate in In Officials hero would not common upon the report further lhan lo sa tlmt no "political" conference was 1 prospect. The extent- of America nsrilrilnalAon In the dolib Ot' tTdoor1 will of I L0 called for. Phone In ID'make out. (.lie to will, Domestic-Science Experts of Ihc C cut into the glass' ri and i SHI ui 3 Ihe mill; to ihe molnsses, and 'with the dry Ingredients. all aild the mclled of Corn Solip-1 Quart .l-luuned milk, 2 cups ul corn, 2 table- noons of butter, 2 tablespoons of o! la.114 over lasl year. Follo-vlng Mr. Draper's reumt, Bancroft sUtcJ, UJA his cdramiltee was ready 1C, and as the question of im mt tne resolutions dealing The has said that there was lo he no conscription a.lJ1 then vole on general .ml I lost. ilrlke separately wa Not Representative Dtletato Sangster, of Montreal, IXleiale Sancaer, Cl5ncf the government In l.ower d conscription or man power Opposes Conscription American naval, forces in European waters, probauly would no lake part In measures :.to support the Italian Irive with a naval operation lu which rlllsil and- French ships might.par-, clpato. There Is the possibility, owerer, that means .to curl) the op- rations ot Austflan.and German sub- marine.- and open another route to "aiceibv ;way ol .'hi Mediterranean or American.troops; or supply ships. raay be lu'contemplallon. lhat event 'ha United Stnlcj wlfihl event 'nc, uniiru Icipate In any Joint action of the.al: es lo'-Clear the; regardless of whclhcr U-.boats-were German ._ ..or Austrian.. 'CIVIL SERVICE WEN CALUED New Yori, Sun "CenEvj, li-Miermanv Is lo.ino inen 'daily, in cording to. ar'alipaljih m.ny quoting "ger'lrader 6f' the. clerical "Dr. Enberj.r, who of .majority .In... the "Sing heayy.-Cerrnan "Sng hli, patent raents.'! Ckan to handle. Sold by all Dru> and General Ottawa. Sept.' members ot the civil service who are In tae nrst class lo be callcil under the Military Serrico net have heen ordered to pre- mrv nf tWO Causes 111 mm mm It had i- 17 TO 5C' anil Itesoiunons i, 13. I those put forward for illscna- collecllvely. All these resolu- itons dealt will! the conscription ol wealtli and nalionoUzal ou ol. ro- ,ourcr.s as well as the conscr ptlKi of maa power, urge u general snke un- less Hie government see lit lo earn out the dictates of the urge greater representation of labor on the military tribunals and legisla- ture elc aud generally oppose con- Ecrlpllon unless the people, are con- Dancrod read the eiecu- ,ve committee's report und-alatcil the committee lavoreJ ll.e amendment ot Ihe lest two lines, changins "still, under our represen- atlvo forrii of government, it !s uol deemed either right, patriotic or .n the Interests of the domln on or of the classes say or to do gl. f the HrlUJll nation lhan Ihc idea ot Delegate 1-owe said that He was uol in favor of conscription, that Ilia hill was now law. ond to obev the law seemed lo be the onl7 lorlcol' course. In troubles m labor world, this case always prevall- Iccato Francis: "Yes, pea, thai may be all right, for five hundred v that has been Ihe rule. I red years loo long. Things have cut over ns iu. Just that war, hut 'law heliiE made, some labor casses lliat might prevent the powers .i that be front obtaining all the results ha thev anticipite from the enforcer lent ol such law" to the following as under our present- form 'o. govern- ment. 'we -do'not. deem It right, pal. rlotie oMa-JJie lnteresls-o illi.i.labnr n-oi-nmo-i In to saVor ID do aught lhat mlglil.pro. vent 'the1 eovernment at Canada from ohtalDlng the result Ihey anilclpale n the raising ot. he 0- J5 F- by. the enforcement pf ''This' congress is emphatically op- posed lo any development ip Abe en- forcement. ot this 'legislation wh.ch will be no aflernoou session ol the congress today. Morning Semon. the morn- ement. o s ,vill make, tor Induslrlal co nscript on or the Interference. with. tlie.lrade. un_ Ion movonidnl In Iho laWng core ot the 'Interests -bt tho oranlzediwOTk. ers'of tlio r read Cbatbarn, was Trry no! I gol vcr- tliin nnd hwl no "fitrcriglli at. all 'j I WM very much i 5 discouraged times tboupht 1 waa never to iel better.' 1 fff aiM not walk a M block wilhoiit (eel- inr nil lircd-out 11 took different nictlicinra but dwl art ni help I needed. A frimJ ot Put Less Tea in the Pot L from riani- mr cacrciiun .ui "rcfctot tbat ureonl business Sept. office In I Ihe AMoctaleo olher newspaper j ,h.. ,._ lhat the German lhc" his report fc-r tho yejr r n.- In- Ihe case, ot resolution .nO, deal- ing with a strike- in-lhe; event. ol non conscription-' of 'wealth, 'this, comrtiil leo recommended that the conRress gel In touch with ir.J V I. to co-operate for the conserp tlon of wealth In the United Stale read all lite res Sn" I bad taken two .oe. OB the lo recovery, i ind .1. monlhl mlirely wel.1. My aopt.le bick 1 pintd in flesh. Now 1 u luong knd heiJtby M any ono could W be. it all lo POTCC'J r.ed- WrS and 1 of to ajve tertimony in heir (JTOT, they done -Mial TBF.LMA FAMES, 141 E. King Ml. iOMl'lMin, kare i t.ken Dr. fVrce'i medicine wilh sood rrjulls. I m, nnd ruj i down, Tnrt my jnp.hU. ml nol very thin, i look KMcSTrtlon' mil 'llafflrit FclW.' and medicines built mo up a a Anrt rrpMC. rf lime BO that, I fc IV M W I rjrcr 1 found them to bo .aJUh.il. Seommmded o( ifceij; Who. WM. i Because it chiefly consists of the Assam teas of Northern .India, thej ror" richest in the world; less Red: Rose is required in the tea pot. Where fqur or ftve spoonful of ordinary tea are required just vise three of Red Rose. And. Red Rose tastes, Kept Good by the Sealed Package or. the conscript... was commenced by Delegate WlnnlDCB.' Mr. Hoop slated Ihnllno eiecutlve council, in their report, ad- vised strong opposition to Ihe meas- ure from every nngle there was doubt ns to whether this was being Wail till you ste the nlx-eyllndtr OLDSMOD1LE. out The Owman foreign ttated that the rumors rilicrelllted -bn 111" strengin Btici terms ascribed to Germany ami Briber by thr. fact ll.ol there occasion lor Germany lo ad.lr. .WaahlnEton govcrnmerit In tl.ls apeeir Df Malhlai i-.... jmcnt showed lhat the coi. nf TCCBlpt? OVIr .Tho mcm- A. P. Day Here.' A. P. Day. of Medicine Hat Is a bus! ness Visitor In Ihe city today. on denied In official Barters The Centre lender intormed hla e ec- to this effect In the conrse ol Jneethiss which ho addressed In art'I tembure on Sunday-. for Favorite remedr 'hat any.ail.n, 'lako bccaort It BIG MONEY TRAPPING FURS TOR Pelronran, Sept. If.-Twenly-three and olhcr officers arrested In Friday with Gen: Kornllott, leader oT the lanal lovernment are being c.oeeiy Kornllolf Is l.mprlson- S hi a hotel writing a .tatement which 'be finked-loiat, CommltUJ Suicide. Sept- iS.-A Copenhagen to ataowl-dlng to Wad's retread correspondei'l m Linolf urn Oilcloth ir HERPICIDE' does not charuJe.'Jie color of the hair oiie rjartiple'i SWEET CLOVER BRAND BACON ;