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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATWnAY, SKPTKMIMW 22, 1017 Tim LETimumr.r. rum- IIEKAI.D PAGE ELEVEN WHICH? This bulk tea is the best I could buy at the price, Mrs. Brown, but-1 believe you will like Red Rose better. "We use Red Rose at home and like the rich flavor. My wife says it goes further." Hundreds of grocers arc making statements somewliat like this. They have sold Red Rose Tea for many years end have found the quality so good that they use it in their homes. Most grocers nnturally like to make an extra profit on theb- bulk tea, but they cannot help recom- mending Red Rose Tea because they know it's worth the price. They know it goes further because it consists chiefly of the teas from Assam in India, the strongest, richest teas grown anywhere in the world. Red Rose tastes better and goes further. Kept Good ie' Sealed Package by the T. H. Estabrooks Co., St-Jolin, Tcron'.o, Monlrul, Colgmry, Dlmnnlon TJSr" Red Rose Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea, THHKK I'ASTOKS WHO HAVK KKCKNTLY C'OMKTO REV. J. E. HODGIN3 Untied Cliurcli. REV. C. E. CSAGG Cliim-li. HF.V. CHAS. BAKER llaiulsi. IHEY SELL Medicine Hat Consumers IJuy lircart Less Than Cost of Here LAD SH PHONE 1224-- Jsoled War Correspondent lec- tures Here On llehalf of the Ked Cryss ONTARIO GOVT MAY ENTER FISH TRADE Toronto, Sent. Ontario Kovcrnrnenl may go into tho retail, ns well as the wholesale fisli business If tlie flsti rnonEers En Toronto will not agrciu to keep riown lha prtcr. of flBh. Tlie retail fish dealers of the city claim that they arc unable (o sell the trcsh water fish, which the feovernmcnL la Importing from Lake pound, This Is tho price acl by t'te provli1.- cditnilny that the governmeol would go into the business of retailing fish "This Is the most tnouolonous war ever declared Frederic Vfi- lters, the world's best knoun war correspondent, at bis lecture In nfd of the Heil Cross at Wesley Church auditorium last night. 1C H is a monotonous war one would never know U from description, ance- doles and sketches of Mr. VMHera, who made It nppear most Interesting to hla audience who thoroughly ap- preciated his Inllmale knowledge of the great conflict. Mr. ViHlcrs spots on "What I saiv with Iho Ilrlilsh ami French armies Jn and car- ried hla audience alone wHli him from llic recond day ol llio war up till last spring when he lolil hta London paper that lie going to take a holiday. Jinrlng that holiday Sc is telling Iho people of Cnnada wJiat her splendid soiia arc doing lo help win the bailie for democracy. Vllllcra commenced his Icclnrc [eni Alberto" experienced a [nil so with (tie retreat from Mons and rrco jrorn ;rost as JB CflF.0 (1il3 Clinrlcrol. During that rclroal Iho ycar. To (late there has bees only As a result of the investigation Into the price of bread in I .olh bridge [jy tlic city council jfomc the Imk- crs were asked lo submit to the food con t roller at Ottawa a statement ot the .cost of bTuinil per loaf during tlic month from August 15th to Sent. I5ih. This they have done, and -Mr. (Ill lucre's permission the Herald able to state that lie lias submitted fig- ures (o that the actual cost of In- gredients, baking and delivering a load of bread is 7.57 cents, lie claims his net relurn is 7.31 cents so tlial he Is losing .26 conls on each loM at Ihe present price of (Jour and the present selling price of bread. Mr. Giliuore states thai while he is selling bread al 12 loaves for 51, the average' return covering wastage, etc.. Is only '.31 ccnls. However, figures published In a Cal- gary paper the other day [jiving com- parative: prices of bread lo consumers In n number of Canadian civics showed LeUibridge nexl lo Ihe top on Ihc acalc of rriEh prices. Vancouver consumers buy bread al -G2t> rents per ounce, but this'figure was computed on tho ijasis of 11 loaves for while Ihc bakers stale thai they are flow Riving 12. But Calgary bakers are selling wrapped bread at .40 cp'ilp, Mooso Javr get's its bread at ,M ccnls per ounce, vjhile Medicine Hut seems lo Iiavij bakers who nrc philanthropists for they sell at .US ccnla per ounce. Just why lliore should he such a discrepancy In the figures the Herald cannot say hut it Is sufficient to arouse those In charge of rood control in this province-anil they are suggesting a complete iiircs- Tlic young ladles ot Froth- coii class will meet lo morrow 110011 ot 11 o'clock. The art nceille wort rlass will meet with Mrs. UouHon. Clh Si, Mon- day afternoon. c Mrs. J. CMsholm. of Anffconlsh, va Seulia. Is spending a tew weeks with her sister, Mrs. A. C. Second Avc. S. Mr ami Mrs. J. T. Graham ami parly IclL this Homing by automobile for UUcier I'ark lo the weekend. There will be a. meeting of the Xexl- oT-Kln assoclaUou on Tuesday after- noon at m tlie Y.M.C'.A. auditor- ium. As the collection of was In paper, bullies and rags ivas larger than was anlicinatcd. It may lit that eome per- sona ivero overlooked. 1C BO, will they The social afternoon hi honor of the] Killdl-v Jlhtllic to Mrs Sherlock, phono Crad le Holl dcpartuien t of Kno.v church was very much enjoyed by tvhout a hundred ladles vvilh thpir Itab- ics. Mrs. Chas. McKilJofi, Mrs. De-, noon niul Mrs. Armstrong received. Kcr. Burns Deln-jler addressed the Biothers iu aii uittTcslliig manner. j Tea vraa served by (Me girls of Mrs. Hick's c-lassi at small lablrs which yrellily dccoraieil wlili sivect Mrs. Arnjsirong enrolled a num- ber of iiew members. The Young People's Dltle class ol the United church or North I.elli- brldgc, held their .monthly business antl social meeting Jafil evening at the been diFCHSKcvl foilis enter- ctl very heartily tlie.conirsis and Baujcs of flic ovenlnp, the winners be- ing awarded prizes- Refreshments ivero then served nfler which a vote of Ihanfcs ivas tendered Rev. Mr. and Sirs. Hodgins Tor .Ihcilr Itindnesa and s royal way In which they had en- thcn terlainf rj. Tho meeting brought lo a close, by singing hang Syne." N- -WATERMAN On Wednesday, 'Sept. IS, p.t Cran- on Monday and another collection will be made Tuesday. At St. Auguslln'-s on Tues- day, Sepl. ISlJi, by Rev. Canon Murrell- Joliu CurMs and Jcannlc Hall ivere uiillcrl in ihc holy bonds of matri- mony, the witnesspy being Ihe bride's mother, Mrs. Pjnjni, anil .Mr, Pimm, jr. MCLAUGHLIN- -SAVAJIY on Saturday evening, Sept. Kith, 1017, by Ihe ILev.'chas. E. Cragff, Klizabclh Havary of N'ova Scotia, and Clarence A. of Picture reside at Picture Cultc-. On Wednesday, Sepl. 21, a quiet wed- ding Tvris solemnized in Knox church wlien JIargaret daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Nell >IacPhcoT formerly of this city, became the bride of Clare hrook, occurred mnrrljige of Amy .'rank Goodall of this city. Only the AuH tin med tale friends and relative of the bride and groom were present. The bttppy couple left on the afternoon train for Wtnulpag and other before lakt'oE up their, residence in LeLhbridge. Rev. Mr. Burns perform- ,_ iKatlon ivtlh a view to scUliiK. the nont with about 100 boys from Lelh- hrhlge, as a member ot 3lst from Calgary, lie .went through the-.big battle ot St. Eloi ivhere he >s-pu hla niedEl for distinguished "conduct. It was af Ibis 'samo ba't'lle" that" "Pie. llrucc Uavies, also of l.Clhbrldgc iud also the 3lsl, received. his Mec- orallon. Sergt. Major Reca Is Izcn of about, flflccn years' standing In the city and prior to enlisting wu employed wltli Ihe C. P. R, He wys Rriica Davlcs, who Is now In-a Ktng- Klon where It "Is the Inten- tion (o fit hlui Tv-lth an fell from his hospital chatr breaking open the knee of Injured leg. Examination proved tfinJ can- Rrene had set In, eo that his fail proved one of the most fortunate.' (hlnga that could happened to him as ft ravealed lo Iho hospllal doctors a serious stato of affairs Iliay might otherwise been loo lalo in finding out. SWEET .CLOVER" BRAND SucK B lonjdl U, tnxiet, md smoked ju ;