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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY. SliPTlCMUKH 21, 1917 THE LKTimnmOF, DAILY HF.UAU1 PACK NITJB Ever Taste Crushed Coffee? Ifl you have, you've wondered at the entire absence of even a hint of bitterness'. It is because the small, even, clean, crushed grains of Red Rose Coffee are entirely free from bitter chaff or dust. You taste the true rich coffee that alone. Red Rose Coffee is of such a quality that no egg is necessary to clear it. It is as easily made as Red Rose Tea, and pours out of the pot bright and clear, with a fragrance that fills the room, and your heart with joy. It's the class, is Red Rose Coffee FKOST order lo gain the support of Irish Influ- ence here." Whether Ihc state department Is In possession of oilier evidence Indicat- ing iho ambassador's activities has not lieen revealed, but (lie extraor- dinary disclosures already made have fixed the belief dial agents at the iled Stales government have collecl- crt and complied the entire story of German duplicity and and dial additional chapters will bo The reference to avoiding war Is taken as fiu Indication lhal Ambassa- dor Von hail prior know- ledge of ills fiovernmojirs Intention (o proclaim merciless widespread sulminrmo warfare und lhat he was equally conflilcnl that the, United (SlalC5 government could not bo easily 'placated by mere promises. The Gcr- man announcement ol Its .intention Lo f expand submarine ncttvILIes_ was nol made iiuLlle until January' 31. when the world was startled onW by the determination to remove an restrictions hut hy tbo eLalement that It would become effective on the, fol- lowing day. Three days later Lho "United Slates government. Iind ox- pi esscd Its tils approval by severing lelallons with Germany, In. voicing the general sentiment In congress over the disclosure of ex Anibassdor Von ficruatarCC's message Vice-President .Marshall iodny gav out a stalnmcnl declaring the dls closure was proof of ihc German i crnincuL's efforts to dlvJdo America factions by corrupt means, j necessary. 'This ought to end for ever an> and every doubl lq the minds of an; Americans as to HIR Juslfcc of an necessity for Ifola war. It prove that Hie German sovernmcnt was seeking all along ID jfpllt us into lac- ttons, by corrupt ineass If necessary, and possibly hoping In Mine to win Die war Jn Europe anil than to humil- iate and subjugate us. lie M'no fs not ivliolcJiearlcjly for the war now runs a grave risk of lictng suspected of selling part ol the fifty thousand. This is an honest congress and all its members will resent llils Ineull to Us Intelligence anrt honor." PHOHE 1224 Khbridgo pcnide arc1 to have irJi'itcge of hearing Dr. and Mrs. (Jo- orih mi Sunday. Dr. Gcforlli will speak u Knoi church at 11 a.m., aud at 2 i.u will speak to DID Uig Druthers' 'lass. Al 3 n.in. he will address ihc Sunday si-houl (u JlanJlcville and at .30 p.m. will address the congregation >J Nwlh Lolhbridge. On the same day CJoJorth will Bjjeak at Commerce dl 11 a.m. United Church Sunday school at 3 p.in and at llEtrdlcvlllc at '.30 ji.ni. On Monday. Sept. 21, they ylll visit Tuber, where Mrs. (JoIorlL will ad- dress a meciiijg or women at 1 pin Mr. Wnlliice Goforlh rtlll speak to Ilic at 5 and Dr. (ioforih will ipealt at a jiubllc- meeting at On TutEilay evening Mrs. Gofortli will speak In Knci church. This Is the annual thank-offering meeting of the Women's Missionary Society. All arc welcome lo attend a nil while U is to be a tuank-ofTerlne for the womei o[ Knos, that need in no way prevent others from bVending and enjoying ilrs. (joforlli's fusiiirfui; address. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Go Forth start for Vancouver, stujiplug- off at Maclcod, where Mr3. Go forth will ad- dress (he Women's nicethJK Iti the af- ternoon, and Dr. GoForth address a public meeting hi nlgJU. Ur. and Mrs. Ooforlh are being wi- (erlalned at Hie niansc by Mrs. UD- noon. MILK DRIVERS ARE ON STRIKE St. Paul; Minn., Sept. la catl- maied that forty uer cent, of consum- ers arc- without nillk hero today as Ihc result of a strike among drivers ployed liy five of Ihc largest St. Paul dealers. The strikers demand recog- nition of the union. Mothers hauled supplies In (oy wagons from cream- erica to baliles. Calgary, Sept. a spir- ited debate Ihc Untoit of Alberta Muni- cipalities at Us closing session yester- day aflbrnnan, endorsed a resolution proposed by Mayor H. B. Osmond cl Diilsbury, denouncing1 tliu single In Alberta town3 as a failure and ask- ing indefinite continuance of the am- endment (a (he (owns act ennbHng towns and cities to collect a business tax. The nmeiidmcnt pcrmHIing a busi- ness tax extends only to December 21; 191S, and the teil of Die resolution .tsks tlmt 11 is dole be eliminated mak- ing Iho poirer lo levy a business tai II. T. Sfceltu, and Mr. Austin s lelt last night lor Mr. Auatlii Skellh will enter Mrs. McCullum'B of the llebchahs will meet thU at o'clock nl ihc home of .Mot-Jon, Sin Ave. Stlss Gladys the honor guest among a email Ci.vifany ol friends enfortalued by Miss -Mnry last evening. 9 Miss Mitchell ot :.i-S Si ontertaliieil her Hundar srliool class at her homo last evening ami a vi-ry evening was si'tni by Die children. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. AJnl, Mr. anil Mrs. L. A, Xelger and Mr. and Mrs. Paul II. lidily. Jell loilay liy moiur Tor Glacier Park, where ihoy will I syend Ihe weeK-c-nd. i A very pretty homn wyuHns iook place !ast evening at 8 o'clock, at Uic iionic of Mra. Sarah 1S11 'Jrd Avc, N., vi'hcu her dauglaer. Flora May, was united In niarriage to Mr Harry Val Alllnsliam of licv. t'has. Haker ol iho Uapiist church officiated. Tlie young couple will reside In Calgary. Arrange menu are being made for the publications lu Calgary uf a Pro- vincial WoincD'a.IImo this fall. Tula book will he a coiunlc-tc cuQiplta- liou oC women's wort'along inlrtollc, charitable, reltgious, Jittr- legislative, sotlal uplift und moral reform Hues. Aluc-ria women rank very hlgL among Ciimllan Wom- en In all these lines of aclilcvcmeitt. Mrs. J. X. Kennedy entertained in- formally yesterday afternoon, !n hon- or of Miss Gladys Downer. The Jiving rooms'were very pretty ivlih swcei ytas as decorations, and wlifie astcr.1 were (he center plcora ot" the tea tabln over which Mrs. Taylor presided, as- sisted by Mtss Bawdcn. Mrs. Jackson invited [he guests lo Ih'e lea room. 'i f s ATURDAY concludes tliis successful showing and sale of the New Fall and Winter Fashions. Look in at the "Bay" Store and view the New Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses, Skirts, etc. A ITniHlsoiHC Fox fttolcs mid Muffs iu red-ami Iilnck, nlso Wolf, natural Lynx in natural blade, and taupe, Hi'avei1, Hud- son's iSeal, Mink, HlncK Hat, (lanailian Hut, White Fox and Persian NEW HEAD OF TEG ST. RAILWAY Winnipeg. Sept. W. JlcCli- mont, oue ot the foreniogl electric traclion experts on the American con- tinent, will become the active ,nead and' assume the management of the Winnipeg Klectric. His duties com menco Ocloher J. WJIford I'Jillllps, Ilic present man ager and who lias acted In lhat capac ily for J7 years, will continue his In I ores i In the rond and will act In an advisory capacity. EFFICIENT MEN the fullest competency in all of their faculties, of which good eyesight is probably the most important. I'.oor eyesight, while it is a common failing, is by law of coiiipp.iisation also the most easily corrected of any of (he senses' deficiencies. Why go through life wilh this handicap! Why'let deficient vis- ion yonr progress and business success? Why let eye strain give you headaches and up- set your nervous system when we can correct your-vision so com- pletely and at such a trifling ex- pense. If yon do not need glassen we'll tell yon so and.you owe us nothing. If yon need glasses only for reading or close, work we'll diagnose your case competently and correctly. And we'll supply a definite degree of bcconiingnesH and refinement in (lie glasses we; supply whether (hey be eyeglasses, spectacles or bifoc- als.' excellent, assortment of all optical goods including opcrn glass-, reading lenses, lorgnettes, field glasses and telescopes. EVE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'3 LEADING JEWELLER, ESTABLISHED IBM, ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES, NO WITNESSES LETHBR1DGE, ALBCF1TA, A most enthusiastic' jneetinc. was lield In the parish room ol St. Cy- prian's churcli on .'ijjesilay evening to consider the matter of ToniililE a soc- j iety for the development ol the social life of the rtiurcli. After discussion il was unanimously lo or- i Eanlze sueli a society and to hold the rsl social evening on Tuesday, Oct. li iii Ibc conitrrajpry ot music ball, snlcndta cBmtnllWe'nfis appointed o nrranee lie program, conslslinE Irs. Unyr, Mrs. Hay ami Messrs. 1'clllngtoo. The etreshmcnt comrfilwa loll, UoyO, Meech.JpoVjkjaliil Miss The tjermaneht'bfrlcers ap- olnled were Wellington; "Icc-Fres., J. Uunrtte; Kft-Treas. Ira..6. J. dieciisjion ogarding Hie formallori' of soc- ely, Ilie vacancies on tlie vestry Illei by the electton'_of II. Boyd and j." T. Dlelclier. A Kearty Invitation j extended to all .members and; rleuds of St. Cyprians.lo altend the j oclal. evening on or Ocl. I III, In Ihe Conservalory hall. Kurllier j notice will uc given later o! this cv- j WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY, BrcaTiCast Porrldse, i.Hk, Sugar, Ham OmcJcl, Drown Bread Toasi, Coffee. Veal, Cooked Tama- Baked Po'aloes, Apple Tapioca 'adding, Milk, Supper (or Urau Gtms, Hoacy, Bread, Duller, Tea, Milk, Sugar. CARSON IS BUSY. Sept. M, Car- sont registrar for Alberta, under the Military Service Act was busy Ibis mornlr.0 receiving a long stream ot applicants for positions In the central offices which will be situated here. Permanent quar- ters have not been arranged Tor but wll! probably be obtained to- day. Medical hoards for the pur- pose examining men desirous of ascertaining -their status under the act will begin lo sit through- out the province next week. A. H, Clarke, Alberta member ot the central selection board (eft Edmonton last night for Ottawa to begin his dutfei. 203 Examined at Peg. Winnipeg, Sept- of 200 men belonging lo class one oiit- llp.crt In Ihe Military Service Act wore examined by Hie Eire niedtcal boards (n this cftylhfs mornlop. At hvo o'clock, when the physicians resumed their ivork nfter the adjournment for luncheon, there was nlso a larjo mnn- iisr r-[ men oo hnnd ,il ail Ilio rienots- Tlte general run of Hie men wlio werft exflmtpcrt tlila morning appear- ed (o be ot average physical lllneEs, It la estimated tli.it about two-thirds of lliom were graded JnMhc "A'.' class U'hlcn Indicated Innt 111ey arc fll [or Ih6 Infnnlry. GUNNER.I. LYNCH IX CASUALTIES Casualties llslctt today Include tlic namo of Gunner ,fohn J. Lynch, wlio enllilcil wllli Southern Albcrln Mounted regiment but later transferr- ed to a Lcthnrldgo battalion. Ho Is among those gaBiecl In recent operat- ions. Quite a number o[ LethbrMgo nrtlllerymen tiarfl teen easseri lalcly, cecmlnply- corraunuue H'C mcnt In tho rilenatclie.i Iliat (he Ocr. mans hare been endcnvorlng to over- come the effecllveness ol the Jlrltlsh artljlerr by the frequent use of gas sliell tire, cmcenlralcil on the gun PRICES DROP. neglnUr Sept. prlcca ol nat chop, WTM and shorts receded }2 ton .Dealers vires are llhcly lo remain at the new level (or lome llmt. _ ._________ i v xkf LADIES'FUR CO ATS IN HUDSON'S SEAL. ELECTRIC SEAL. KUSK- HAT, ALL BEAUTIFUL COATS IN LATEST MODELS. CHILDREN'S FUR SETS IN ERMINE, WHITE HARE, WHITE THIBET, BLENDED GOAT FORM A FINE SELECTION. FLANNELETTE NIGHT DOWNS. Embroidered, fronts. Cream color. 1 9C Special LADIES' KNIT COMBINATION UNION SUITS. Sizes 31 Special Sizes 31. 35. 3S and 40. 1 9C ecial CHILDREN'S BLACK AND WHITE CHECKED DRESSES, tfp.il siylo, made. Ages A nr 2 to 14. Priced ,'2.00 lo uit Specials MEN'S, FINE QUALITY .SUITS, 50 only, fn ehades oC light grey, darfc grey -f o Qp aud brown mixture. Special MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. Mfk rtesular 50c. Special, pair 4UC MEN'S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS. Special, suit BOYS' FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS. Special............................... 2.49 CHILDREN'S ONE-STRAP SLIPPERS. Patent leather, and Wa'cfc Dorigolfi kid Loots, lelt lined with felt tops. Sizes 3 lo 7. Huflou or -J Jft lace styles ffilh hrols, Saturday, special CHILDREN'S LEATHER BOOTS. Black talent, Wd tops, button or lace plain toe ayd wide JillluE. A very comfortable boot aa icell as dressy. Sizes 5 lo 7. Special 1.69 CHILDREN'S BUTTON BOOTS. Disci! paloul, same ns above only navlnE higher top. -1 CQ Sizes 3lo 7. Special 1.03 Values for Saturday --LADIES' SPATS. For full wear. Colors o[ whlta, (invu, firay and black. Sizes 3 ID 7. At Popular Prices MEN'S GUNMETAL BUTTON, BOOTS. Made (rom valour calf. A neat, rtreaay hoot for fall, wear. Sizes 0 to It. Salurday CIO Special .BOYS' HEAVY SCHOOL BOOTS. Slzea 1 lo S, a hcnvj- reinforced counter. MEN'S WORK BOOTS. Heavy, all I utter, flttinf. Sizes G lo il. Saturday Oft Special J.Oil Goods Section for YARDS WHITE FLANNELETTE. Medium weight. 27 inches Hcsular 15c. Special, "i AA Bjlra, 9 ranis tor......................... l.UU TABLE RUNNERS. Five dozen. Dcaiiliful snont Very special value. Sl7c 50 inches hy OQ 17 Incbca. Friday and Saturday............ vtJC UNBLEACHED TURKISH TOWELS. 15 dozen. Red Sor4cr- 30x18 inches. Ileavy qunlllr. JQ Epcclll, per Isltr...............___.-....... 69c I FANCV PRINTED BEDROOM DRESSER AND TABLE CENTERS. Five dozen. Variety or colors nml patterns lo choose Ironi. Special................................ DRESS GOODS. Kim quality Shepard ChecXs in black ami white. Special Yard...................'............ SLACK CASHMEHE HOSE, J.nfJk'3 fine Quality; Splendid soft finish. Sizes SK to 10. Spcclal, t.alrj...................... Furnishings for the Special Values ENGLISH TAPESTRY STAIR CARPET. ISO ycrils PLAIN HEMSTITCHED SCRIM. Kcru an.l kory 27 Inches wlclo In Oriental nnrt Floral cltccts. l -I A shnilcs. 30 Inches ttlrte. Special Sueclal, yard ItlU Ynrd Pusire Food Saturday SB Instant Pcstum, per tin Mslkln's Best Coffee. Special, per Ib. Harry Horne'E Custard nA trUC Powder. Per lln Tuxeda Baking Pa-.vdcr, o J Special, 1 Ib. tin 6'iC Baking Powder, Special iy2 Ib. tin Reindeer Milk, Z cans for........... tOC Enual Eog, equal lo six Pare Fruit raspberry, bl; tfozen Tin...... currant and strawberry v 2pple. Special, 4 Ib. palls. Each lack 1th Mother's Macaroni, Spec- ial.'Z pkgs Chrlstloi' Biv OA Granulated Sugar, 20 Ib, n ni c.uils. Per Ib