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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SEPTKMBKU 21. 'HIE DAILY. PAOE SEVEN UNDERWEAR for EVERYBODY at RYLANDS TAKE A TIP FROM US AND PUY YOUR WINTER UNDER- WEAR NOW. THE CONDITION OF THE MARKET IB IN SUCH A STATE THAT THERE WILL BE NO REPEAT ORDER ON ANY LINES EVEN AT AN ADVANCED PRICE. IN SMALL, REGULAR AND OUT SIZES, Underwear for 'Miladi' COMBINATIONS. Ankle length, long to (5.00 COMBINATIONS. Low neck, ihort sleeve, ankle length. Special ........................................K-25 to M.OO COMBINATIONS. Low neck, inert tleeve and knee length... 12.75 UNDERVESTS. Short ilecvei, ro ileeves or long ileeves. From...........................'.................WetoW.OO DRAWERS. In ill gndec to match veils. Underwear for Children ALL SIZES, 1 to 14 YEARS. BABY VESTS. Eight 35c to SSe. CHILDREN'S VESTS. 5 gradel, all to J1.00 DRAWERS. BlKk or to 55c COMBINATIONS. 3 each...............'.... V-25 to Underwear tor Boys Spoke m City Churches Ytsler Work Among Heathen in Asia L MILADI ss PHONE Mrs, J. Miller rclurntil yesterday trom Snowfiakc. .iliu. Syiuomls Is spending 2 ten day vacation fn S'ancouyer. SHIRTS OR DRAWERS COMBINATIONS. Each 75c to J1.50 ......................11.50, Underwear for Men RIBBED UNDEHVESTS. Garment 90c to JI.75 FINE VfOOL ONDERWEAR. Garment (o J3.0G RIBBED.COMBINATIONS. Heavy................. J2.50 to FINE to J5.50 Largest Stock of" Underwear in Southern Alberta to Choose From. RYLANDS CO. "THE BUSY STORE" Tlojne, Sepl. Gasparri, the papnl serrclary of stale. last night emphasized lo the Associated Press tlift views of Ihe Vatican re- gfirdlng a solution ot the war by !he snppresalon of conscription ami ;0so a joint commercial boycoll o[ any uatioti whtch refuses TO disarm, the. occasion being Ihc pnblocallon In the ItAlIn, of Milan, ot an article on llie peace plan of (lie holy see. It Is evi- dent from the arlJcle that the vallcaii 'Aspires lo suppress German mllllar- Ism by scairlnE a peace treaty re- (lulrlng iho permanent disarmament' of (Jmt nation. The Haifa declared thai Ihc holy ECC In 1U call tor peace out ol a [t Ing ot delicacy toiianla ihc belliger- ent powers would not Indicate the practical jieans u-Jifch to oblafn and leaving the nations to decide iho means, but Cardinal Gnspirrl MlJ the holy see Is convinced that among nil (lie nl.ins suggested so far the only practical am) possible one Is llie following: "By an accord among the civilized rations, -Including neutrals, lo sup- press obligatory military service, (o institute an arbt.'rallon tribunal, nnd, aa a guarantee, Lo direct a general boycott against nellons which again ft (o Inlroduce conscription or 111 wiiinjj refuse lo submit Internaliona questions to nrbllralioa or accept Us decision, a guarantee which Robe it Cecil (Uritfsli parliamentary unrter-secrolflry for foreign "nffalrs, las shown, would have great Lenc lUfi." if-was pointed 'onl by'lhe card In a that (he holy see had always con dentned the nefarious eflecia of "con scripdon aB a-war breeder, that In Us own dominions It had refused compulKory military service and lhat Xapolcofi had adopted this Idea Conscription, Iho papa) cecrelar; said, led to many wars, the govern menl always liaving raady'at hatitl ftgLttnr instrument. It was further explained by Ih cardinal (hat Ihe recent examples o Great Britain and llie United State proved conclusively that voluntar military really gave the necessary coullngeals for Ihe main- tenance of public did not supply the monstrous armies needed by, modern warfare and which templ- ed tliefr governments (o rrrafce use of them. Therefore, lio argued, by the; siipprCT9lIpiv_''.ur bis Members of Knoi en- joyed a rare Ireai yesterday morning, when Dr. Goforth of China, occupied the pulpit. Goforth iook as Ills texUtho 37th verse of the Tin chapter of St. Joton, "lu iho last day of Ihe fcaal. Jesus stood up and cried, saying, "If any luaii (Itlrst let him coma unto me and anil In a forceful manner went on (o his sermon from ihc (Hough I coQtaiueJ in tlio above lines. Are We, ,15 nly n few miles from the said ilr Go tor th, "and he told me lhat ho lad. noi been in church for over a are we comic g to, Is going back to Out China amongst the converts, a mini- mum of two hours a day Is dei'Dled lo vayer, while tu Canada, many did not spend two tolnuleE. It was Ihc over- low of the Nllt lhat biGgscd Kgypt. Tho church Is lacking In vision that 'alls ID overflow wlili jirayer every day. having religion on Sunday only. In 13DD at a smalt outlying mission- ary post in China. Ihc pagan element cut loose and subjected ralsstonary there lo such severe treatment that a little Inter, bf. died. Unto his last hour hi a prayers for his heathen charges. In December, 1JU5, said Mr. Goforlh, 1 vislictl this post. The people there had just completed their clmrcti. butlt at thotr own crpeuse entirely. Tire prominent business men of the town were elders or deacons nnil altogether, Uie place prfsenlcd a rery different aspect than In 1900. The prayers of the iiiartjT-mlssiouaj-y had Lecn au- gwcred. Isn't this A striking exauiiilc of .llicf 'power ot prayer? ashed the chief elder there how, old Fie was. (ft Is a stringent rule in China lhat iue second question in all conversation must ue IB your honorable age1-? Eighteen, he ansvercrt. I knew he must be at least sixty-fire, .and I Mrs. A. K. HuuM from extcn'Jc-cl C ii-s hay rclurncu urji at Victoria, Mr. Ueo. of Itic- Hal orcliesiral aocitsv, is tiia-ntiUifi (lit- lu Mr. Arthur HlElnbc.tUam 1ML 'icsl for a week's (u Kdmontoa. Mrg o( (hp iu.bc. kalis vlll meet at her 5ili S. i. Shepherd enjujed a week-end a( s on Tuosdav cveuins al S o'clock i-lsll from Ills brolhcr. Mr. Kussell Just ol' extra fiuw Shepherd, ol .Montreal. Mr. Gco. wit? and family havo to take ui> their rcjl dcnce here. Sir Alexander i iiaiuor I.O.D.E. mccl in the Klhz' chlti room Tor IlCd Cross work lomorruw aftertioon. Swart's secllon of Uie Helje- kahs meet evening at S o'clock wllh Mrs. Iloseivarn, C21 9th Rt. S. Tliere will he a meeting of Ihe Next- association on Tutsiiay afier- noou at '-'-30 iu the Y.M.C.A. auditor- ium. The burial look nlace Ihis morning from MiicKay and MacKny's undertak- ing parlor of Uie mfam Laeey, of Tra- vers, who died lu this city yesterday. The waste and rag rol- lectlou of the Sir Alexander Cialt Chap- ter I.O.D.K. on Friday lap.t a grcal success. As there had ;iol been a can- vas of the city for so IOIIR, there was a very largo quantity lakcn up. The committee wish to lake Hits means of thanking the publlc'iar (hcrr generous response to ihls good cause of conser- vation. They also 'wish 10 thank !hc Danlitn gEroge, Iho. Ford Moior Co., and Ihe A. Macdonald for loiuling motor trucks; JJcsilamcs Gibson, Daw- dciit nielclier, Messrs. Jat'k Ma.rrs, Norman Ulginbotham. Ralpli Jolinstoii, John and JBoli Strakor for op- erating thefr cars; the A. H. SJiarmau Co. for help, and the hoyr- of the High and Central schools, who Rave such willing anil Invaluable assistance. WAR MENb' FOR TUESDAY Breakfast Apples Cornmsal Porridge Fork Tonsl Tea or Coffee Slllk Sugar Luncheon Baked Ocans II row n Bread _Scallopcii Potatoes Mrs. C. U. MoKlmion nni] family nave returned from tasi. They ivcro mot at (lie Hal by Mr. McKunion. l-'niits. Baked Pears sought an Eighteen years arnica', Rrcay mnnltlons plants- milKnrlsm 'autpmadcally -would. flestroyed "arid 'the ways Would be used in paring .off'.Ohe-liuffc-coal ot Ihe present warj It WHS. In the'Italia article that'. the.Tallcaji dlij nnt hope for a period .when there, would he no more wars and that It peeved it, would be posBible lo limit them. RcgradJng the present', war the tiewspapef maintained the conlracU. Irig parties would he obliged to COIUQ lo soine terms other than 'those dir- ected by the force Jn the nRiTfew.. the maiihoLxl nnil' wealtn' or tbo, world 'would be up. ago, he said, 1'was full ot Ihe opium sickness and all manner of demons, And t was like lo 'die. f went to the Jesus man at the Jesus hall and he spoke lo his cofl, Very soon all ray troubles liid disappeared. On numerous occasions, the speak- er said, positive miracles were brought about Ihrough prayer. Why Is it? Is God BIO' more willing to hear the pray- ers of the Chinese than ours? Of course not. It is because they Iielle ve- in. the of prayer and It its fullest extent. People are somewhat Inclined pity us missionaries, said Dr. Goforlh, )Ut Jot me say that we arc to ba en not pilled. Ours is a glorious work. I hear on my body Ihc scars where I have been slashed with Boxer sworde. My family and I have been pelted wllh bricks and rocks on more than -one occasion, 1ml 1 long 'to get back to my work, my work for Illro. In concluding "Mr. 0_oforth made a strong plea for a closer communion with' God, an appeal that, in its earnest- ness vent home lo many a person. Practlcaly aU .the foreign inisalon- rtea of the Presbyterian church have their horaea In Eastern Canada and consequently, we, out Weal, seldom sue them but the fact thai Mr. Goforlti's yonngesl KOFI Is (n charge of theUar- dlGvlllc church here made U possible lo havii him speak in the clly. Ju the afternoon "Mr. Goforlh deliv- ered, an InterestlfiR address lo I ho Big Urothers cJaas at Knox church: For a Kicker's Breakfast! Most men are critical about coffee. They travel around among the best hotels and taste coffee prepared by expert chefs. Now Red Rose Coffee was produced especi- ally to meet the critic's keen, educated taite. It is A blend of the richest coffees, and is ground, Sorhe men, whom we know lo be real Wrlcrrs. have been kind, enough to say that the flavor; ij equal to .'that, of any coffee they have ever If you are a kicker, have your wife make you a cup and then lell us what you think of Red Rose Coffee. The same price as three years ago. tn Red Rose Coffee Milk Sugar Tea Dinner Baked Trout Creamed Onions Mashed Potatoes While Dread Raisin I'ic a reclpos cnrn meal. Porridge and Baked mentioned nbbvc, are as Cornmeal Porridy Into one quart, lojllng water add slowly one Icrcl cup.-pf cornmeal, aoi! stJr rnplrtly. To nrojd lumps cook vig orously over the fire lor five minutes then place In a double boiler and cook slowly for one hour. Boston Baked Soak one cup ol while beans over night. In the mornlnfi, drain, cover fresh vratcr and cook slowly uti- 111 parily tender. Into earthen bean noC put llic i-indiand a few pieces o[ Tnt, salt port. Add the ucans with n little pDpuor and dripping, sail anrl pepper to tnstc. and, one tablespoon of molasses. Keep sufficient, water on those lo prevent burning.' Cover the pol closely and put in llie oven. Coot: slowly for several hours. (Hcclpes by Domestic Science Experts o[ Ihc Food Controller's A fable was received yesti-rday au- iiouncins; the Ijtrlli o( ;i son cni We 21st, lo Lieut, hud Mm. II. II. A. CoLiy- bearc, T Mr. C. G. Muryhy, manager of Ibe Taber Candy Co., of Nat, and Mrs. Murphy, are visiting Mr. anfl Mrs. P. Forstcr. Victoria Mansions. A meet ing of iho executive of Iho local L'ouiu-11 ot Vfu in un will be held al the "homo of 0. llabinyon. SI.SFlLls tvcuinsat S o'clock. OfHccrs and members Charily Lodge ICtf. C7. X. F. and A. M., arc Is- suing" litvitatlonfi for a whist drive :niil dance on Thanksgiving night. Ocl. Sth, lu the S.O.E. hall, for the ucnctU o[ ihc Grand Lodge patriotic fund lor dis- aUed soldier members. On Friday afternoon Mrs. E, Ains- u-orllt entertained informally lor MTss Iladys Downer. Mrs. Mciule presided J at tiie tea table, assisled In- Mc- nnd Miss McNabb. Tim lumbered about The firet general niacliiiB ot the Ma- hesla club, anniversary day, will be icld In the Y.M.C.A. auditorium. icsday atternobir prompt ly ill Uircc A'lock. A short- executive will iflM at 2M5. Kacb member is rcqiicM- j ?il to come prepared to answer the roll call with "summer memories." i I Mrs. Goforth, the returned mission-J ary from t'liina, will give an aiMreiS; at ilin Women's Missionary Society ot j churcli on Tuesday evening at SI o'clock. All the ladies of the city who arc interested In missionary ivorJt arc invited to aitend. She, will also he In' the vestry al to talk with any ol j Hie ladies arc interested in Ihe' Victorious Life, as gireu al Hie Prince- Ion Conference, JUver.LOW was ihp scene of a very pleasant ealhcrhig on Saturday nonn at which Conybeare, Mrs. Jl, R, Davidsor, nnd Mrs. M. S. Me Arthur were hostesses al a kilchen shower for Miss Gladys Downer, who is to be mar- ried Ihfs week. Mrs. Don-ner, mother of Ihe "brlilc-to-be, presided over the tea and cofTcc tups and Mrs. Horuc, mother of cui the Ices al (he other end'of the table, which hmi lor a centerpiece a large bash el. of for Tues I'or case Plums "Iluliim" Per case Ajmlt-s Economy case Bananas "Jiimlio'1 Per Pears -10 lit. case Ubis Meeh in the (Tit? Churches CANADA WELL COVERED NEWSPAPERS Canarta continues to. h_c .unuviizllr well served by ihc press. Tills'.Is brought out In Ihc ciurcnl Isauo of the Canadian Xeuflpiper Dlreqlory com- ptlcrt by A. McKUn, MmlteJ, Adyeitts- [ne.Asency. of Montreal, Toronto, Win- nipeg and Rug. There arc 13SI publications of.all kinds now being Issued (n Canada, in- cluding I3S dallies, 4 trt-wceKlles, 40 semi-weeklies. 222 1 bi-monthly, and 16 quar- terlies. nefToclIng Ihc Kenernl prosper- which has obtained In Canada since war hcssn, the publishing business Is In a healthy condition. A. Mc- Klm Limited Isaiied Its flral Canadian Ncwspujier Dtreclory twenty-six'years Bgo, the firm haa teen the birth of mnny of.the Ha Directory and In a position lo have accurate of The present day condition of the Canadian press enables the Dominion ID con- tinue (o botut the largest rending pub- He In Ihe world In proportion lo pop- ulation, As usual, JfcKlm's Newspaper Direc- tory contains a wealth orgeneral In- formation regarding every lown and clly In Canada where R newspaper or other publication Is Issued, glrlng pop- ulation., transportation, telegraph, tele- phono, express, Unking and other accommodations. U la a vertl- mine of pertinent, up (o-dftto Infor- mation for businessmen al z Urns when such fide AS It conUlna are ID great rtcmnn'd Ijy far-lighted Indintrtkl leaders. The book Usclf la w durable, neat and fit for place on my office desk or In unjr library. mmm FLAGS pink and while aslcra s d with glass baskets of pink sweelpcas. Four members of Uie Girls' Sewing club, Mrs. Miss Miriam Sloltzc, Henderson and Miss LoUle Wood, asaisletl in serving the re Fresh menis, and a very Jolly liour'wcis spent by the SO guests over tlio tea cups In llie drawing room, Woinon's Missionary Society. One class meets al the for Rcil Cross sewing. i S p.m., prayer meeting. Thurs- Iday, .Ulssron Circle at Ihe par- isonaijc. Thursday al S pin., choir I practice. St. evening at 7.15. Dorcus snclety. Wednesday even- 1 itiK at 8 liitereessicn service I and meeting. Thursday al la p.m., A, Filday al S p.m., choir Wesley S p.m., I practice. Silurday al 2.30 p.m., Junior prayer anil praise srrvit'u. Thurgday, j 3.30 p.m., women's missionary society, special ruectlnE. ThurniJay, S p.m., choir pruclke. friday, p.m. pon bible class uJl r, S i 'JioM' a" receplion for new All young people ot Ihc inviicil. j Latter Day Haciety loinorrow nt 2.3Q p.m. in the church. Lesson, "Home Economics.'-1 Christian even- ing, prayer meeting. Knox >Vomen's Mfs- ainnary .Suclely will hrild the annual Thank Ofirring meeting on Tuesday evening nl S o'clock. is the nnnunl thauV ofrering1 of the.women of Knox church, all women arc i (o atteisd. Thursday practice. evening, j t-holr St. Mary's evening at S o'clock, Cullil. Mon- day afternoon al r. o'clock, W. A- Tues- day evening al 8.30, Teachers' meet- ing in St. Auguslfn's hall. 4.15 p.ui. J. A, Thursday even- In R. G, A.'Friday evening at S o'clocli. Intercession service, cnotr practice at St, at S.30 teachers" nice ting. Wednesday at -I p.m., interL'cssion service. Friday even- ing, cliuir practice. SPANIBH ELECTIONS TO BE HELD IN NOVEMBER Paris, SSpl. Premier Dalo Spain, acconllng to Hie correspondent of the Temps al San Sebastian, nouncpR thtit genera] elections will be' United-Church, North held afier ihc municipal clecllor.s set7 Monday evening, Christian Eudcavor. far November, unless unlorscen clr- Tuesday evening al 7.SO, Mission S.CO, Spokane, Sept. Waller, registered from Llic Galas hotel, faced the necessity yesterday of choosing between two flags la the matter of army service. He registered under the selective service act In local tfon tKstrict After passing the mcrtl-' cai ejcamfnnllou given by Dr. 0, K. Me-, Dow ell, surgeon for the board, was asked by Commissioner J. C. Ar-1 gftll If he claimed an exemption. Argall noted that although WallCn was Am- erican horn he claimed (o be a citizen ot Canada on his registration card. Wanted to Be Exempted f want to be exempted.on tlio ground of being sn Wallcti re- plied. "1 went lo Cftnada to, tafce no land and had lo become a clllren. Un- der the circumstances I Cecl lhal I should not be drafted." right, then we will coll up the Canadian recruiting replied Ar- gall, without a moment's hesitation. "Unrfer (ha Canndian law you are lia- ble lo draft over there, and It In bill right thnl you should do your duty aa .a Canadian since you do not wnnl to. 'fllht for Will Fight For Uncle.Sam' "With that Argall railed up Ihe'Can- adian recruiting orTlco and soon a British army officer was on hand. The incts, wiiro detailed n.nd ashed If len woro Jinblo for service under HID Canadian law, the officer replied In the affirmative, after which WaMen Raked K he could elect as Jo ivhlelt (lag he woiilfl serve, lie was. Informed lhat he coultt. He then announced thai he an American ftnd would fight Tor Uncle Sam. tl was ?o noted, and Wal- ler's name wfl3 ejilered ns flpccntln service wJthont claiming exemption. -.BABY. BURNED TO DEATH. whkli was decorated with a proiusion I Circln' evemng at of Mlorii antl'-swcctpcas before they prayer service. ThUrSday at..3 adjourned out of'doors. When they had all on Ihc large lawn IHlle Mtss Dorolhy Kennedy in T.'hllc! nppeircd from-behind tlie tall hedges of Lover's carrying a quninL ho quel Qiadc'of smsll kitchen nrcl (led wllh white ribbons, while he- hind her Masters Norman nil- chie arid Bobby McKay, In white sail- or suits, struggling vHli a Inigc clollics hashet filled to with aluminum anil kitchen ware and when-thai was emptied lliey cliccr- lully went hack for another basketful. The presents very varied nnd useful aud-Woiilrt make any urlde IODR In Blarl housekeeping and did make many who have, long feased lo be lo. start all over again. cumslonces require an earlier date. In lhat case (hn general elections will1 precede the muoicipEl elections. Vancourer, Sept. When Iho wind blew Ihc curtains Inlo tbo flame nt nn oil stOTC In'. Ihc room at G67 llomhy occupied 'by 'Mm. Leonard, canned a 'tin which had (nla) rcanlls for Mri. foAir rtonthi' oM child. OREAS (S QUICKEST, SUREST: STOMACH BELIEF TRY 1TI Time il! Papc'y Dlapcpgiii will dl- gcst'nnylhlng Jon cat nnd or oul-oF-order aloniach aurcly wllhln flvc.inlnuic-g, It yonr meals don'l fit comfortably, or you cat Jlcs like n Jump of lead In your stomach, or If you liavo hcRrlbum, thai is R, of lion. 'pet from your pliarmflclst a fifty cent fflsp of Papo'a DlapepBln antl tafec a dose jusl na' soon aa you can. There will be no sour no 1-clchlng of nndltrcatcd foud mixed with Reid, ho stoniRch gag or heartburn, fullness or heavy; feeling In ihc nau- sea, dcbllHnllng' ncadachca, dizziness or griming. This will nil yo, licsldcs, llicrc will be no sour food left over fn Iho stomach lo poison your breath with nauacous otlors. Pape'g Dlapopsln la n ccrlaln .cure for cut-o( ord6r Rtoniachs it Of j-oiir foodVnil digests Jt Jiif.L (ho It your stomach wasn't Ihorc. Rellftt.ln I'ITC minutes from nil elom; acli misery. .Tailing tor you at any drug cases contain ehoiigli "Papo'B .lo kee the ftritfrn fnmlly free- from alomnch disorders and Jnoltf.csllon for many months. It belongs In your home.-r NEXT WEEK IS PERFECTION OIL WEEK to 6 is Perfection Oil Heater Week. look, in the linrdwnrc, furniture. nn'O ''department store for the.; display of I'cifcclion Oil Heaters. Step inside and let the dealer demonstrate the economy, convenience and comfort of the Perfection. It pivrs 8 hours' ol gkro-iri? warmth on n gallon cf UOYA1.ITK COAI. OIL. con .comfort wlien most fuels arc high and scarce. 3 Styles; 15.50 and J7.M THE IMPERIAL OIL) COMPANV J ;