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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMIUW 25, 1917 THE Utt'llUllllHiti. 1WII.V PAG1C SEVEN CluldnM lit, CRCWN BRAND' OORNSSYRUP on iiiteid of butler. PuiUiUt md Bliu All (roun Kll it. 1. S, 10, 20 "Perfect Sul" Ooirt Jin. Write for htfi Cook HoeV. I'HISONBRS MALTKEATKI) m' HUNS IN AFKICA London, Sept. concern- mi; ULU UcfltriLerii li.v (ho ticrmaus ol Eirllisli prisoners In German Af- rica arc contained in a Issued. Tho jtapur contatus a mass ol leulmiony recited prlsouers and otliers, a number ol women, lo Ibo cITci-l Urn I lLo Germans dcUlier- alcly uJoptcd n policy to lower ihe prcsLlgu ol the HrlllsU In tho eyes of tuo natives, furdnu tboia to' do all jnaiiuer of Upgrading work and sub- let-ling llinii lu (crriblc harihblpa u II (tout prayer food, clothing and icr. Bed linen ottered lu llic crs Imi they were fortcJ lo todgo In nail vi; huts which were damn and all liucamc 111. Tho coojmamUat. atr- !a Ihat tho had no rights and lliat any 111 fug was good enough for the l.Bh. Thai Was Name Given Sonic oC Canada's Food Monopolists Indignant Monlrealcrs NEW LIBERTY LOAN 3IGNED VVasfiiiifciOD. Kept. olev billion dollar war credits bill, author- IzJng the second JJbcrly bond Issue details ol whIfli will be announced lo day by Secretary MrAdov, was signed late yesterday by I'rcsiidenl Wilson. Here are I F-R-U-I-T 125 Cases Bartlett Pears Xo. 1 Quiilily in Jirsl class condition. Per case, Italian Prunes THE FINEST GROWN Per case, A Large Stock of Elberta Peaches The Lowest Price Going. Monlrcil. Sejit. was no .'o-siiled at gathering at St. Joseph Scliool. St Martin SI.. ast night ;it BnoDinr of Kx-Aldernian Dan Liallury'B "Duwn wild Ite food (rust" inceiint'S- The clergy was rep- resentnil by Itev. Kallitr Donnelly. (irlest ut SI. Anns ami (hu Itev. W. MarCuiE. "Food [ilralcs" and "kftifllupJ were coni- ii expressions thai wire heartily vhccrcJ. Ki-Aldernian Gallery, ader reviewing ilie In price al sonio food necessities since 1'JIO anil re- (eirlng to liic "inelous" vrhleli (ootl have been culling of lale, believed ihat there should be a fed- eral law to prevent Iho buying of crops in advance. Agents of ino food monopolists went Hie coun- try buying Ihc eggs before they were lalil and BO on, and consequently when eggs should be cheap, Ihey were very high Instead, as Ihcy wci'o all ''cornered." U wua on (his ac- count Lliat men became rich, ami woke to Jltid themselves kntghicd for patriotism. One of the results was the Infant mortality rate. A fooil controller was not needed (o toll in cat Ihc prices look tare of Ihat. A connnlUcD was appointed to In- terview HDD- Mr. Ilanna. IS 10 BERLIN Our Saturday Specials were snapped up in a hurry. Call early for above bargains. ThePalace Confectionery CORNER FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. U. S. and Canadian Chemists Conserve Property From Coal Gas New York, Sopl. o fJiciufsls llirouglinul Lhc country ar now walling word [row UIOSR in chnrg of Ihc amiounillons for our ftghtln men al Lhc fronI lo uinlprlnkc Llic Ins ot removing every toot of coal o 11s contents ot toleune, ono ot the raos powerful according- In statement made last uifilit al the onen Ing ol the conyr-nlion of Oie Nation) Imposition of Chctntual Industries. Dr. C. II. Uerty, clmirman of the e jiosUloti advisory Lomiuittee, in speech opening Ihe eiliiblt, said: "Ou men should be protected and ever possible jiounJ of high explosive tha Una country can produce should b- Tnanufpclurcrt and transportcii lo lh European baUIcJickls.'-' ChemlsLs from all parts nl the Un crt Stales anil Canatla were present t clay at the open tug session, ot Lhn c position; BISLEY WINNER MEETS DEATH IN ACTJO Hamilton. Ont.r Sept. Win. J. Clifford, KhiE's prize win in 1911 M. Disley, has Iccn klUod action according to an official mes ngc received today. Clifford was r ported misaing sonic Llinc ago. NEW FURNITURE STORE C.TIIEI'LU begs to .innoiincc to tlic'people of Lcthbridgc and surrounding district that, he is opening :i fnrnidirc store in the Dominion Block next door lo his grocery. The furniture will Iw new, lipiight direct from the factories and will lie of the dexign and finish. The stock will .start arriving (his week and we expect to he open for business the first week in October. Watch for Opening Advertisement TEEPLE DOMINION BLOCK GROCER FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1224 .Miss X. Johnston jptut (lie week- d in Calgary. Mr. CJaudc Daniels of Medicine Hat, BpotidinB a lew ilayn in ULC tiiy. Mr- anil Mrs. Knm> franc nl MciH- 110 liat, are friends in the A. J. Hlackburno, Imnnrary Ireas- acknowledges llj'J rett-LjJt of oru New IJaylon Aid. p The Daughters and Mflids ol Kng- nd will meet at the S. o. K. hall to- UJTOW nJglil at S Mrs. G. lllctcbcr cntortalncil mil ron.jiany ot yomiB ludle-5 Cor a ycsiorday as u compliment to fss IJoivner. The Wl.lLud C. T. r. arc hold IK an infornjal social al home o[ re. Cain. IGlr. St, N, Kridny jlue at 7.30. Everyone Invllcrl. The Indies or Sir Alexander Gall 1. O. JX B.. will liavc charge Iho lea rooms at the Hudson's Uay tore tomorrow afternoon. The youog licltoj ot Wesley I'rotli ou Class v.JU mget tomorrow c-ven- ng at 7.45 (or sewing. m Hie iioinc E Miss Speck, CIS, I'll. 3t. soulh. Mrs. N'iven'a section ot the Hebck ha will meet at tlie dcnuc of .Mrs Mo.Tls. C22 ]0th Ki. S.. on Wed icsday evening nl S o'clouk, A ful ittcnilantc Is requested. Tiie. B. C. Department of Asrl.cul urc makes un allowance of a crm to any British Columbia woe i'ho wishes to attend any ol the Iciiltnral colleges in Canada for the of taking a course Ju denies- Ic science. Tljc Win One Class of the Fir. Bajiiisl Sunday School ivlll meet Ihf Ing at the home of .Mrs, Chas llaker, 1203 4lh ATO. K. Any yuun :s who ilo not a He ml any ntlic Sunday 'school are cordially Invite i conic and join In with us. The engagement is announced Margaret Edllh, only daughter of W, Cory, C. M. minister o he interior, and Corry, to A Ircd Uertram Roseyear, son of M: and Mrs. W. H. ndscvcar, Montrca mnrrfjiBe will lake placo guiell In October. t A general meetmE of the Women Civic Club will be-held Friday aftc In ttw Vi aii-U. A. A members arc to make special effort lo as Iniporfa business" is lo whlc includo forj the prepar tJoii of Ihd soltllcfa1 Clirialmas pa eels! The first- g en cm me cling ot tl athesi3 cluu. annu'ersary day, wll be held In Ihe V. A. audlloriuin Wednesday afternoon promptly at o'clock. A shorl executive meelln; will be held al Each member 1 requested to conic prepared Lo. svrer tbe roll call vrlth "Eummc memories." A New York dispatch says: He cause of (ho United Stales cnlry thc war there will be lllLlo of the gay saclal life this- winter that has made. Now York society the most brilltanl in the country. -This was as- ccrt'aincd from several prominent society women, under whose direc- tion the most important, subEcrJntion and daricing elassos arc given. It was said that all large formal affairB- will cease allogether during Ihe' war. Announcement is expected durlnR plha week of the .ibnndonnicirt ol IJic Junior assemblicii, regarded ns the most and smartest events of Ihc season, nndv held parlicularly Cor dcbuntantes. They have been held for many years unlnlerr'nptartly. WAR MENU FOR WEDNESDAY Breakfast Oatmeal Porridge Milk Sugar 'Oinclclte Toasted Graham Oread Tear Marmalade Luncheon Polnlo Soup Bran Gems lUittcr Cold Tongue Apple Sauce Tea Milk Sugar Dinner Pork Chops Cabbage fiakcil Potatoes "WliUe Ilrcad Carrol Pudding The recipes for C.irroL Purtdlnp anil Ilran Gems, mentioned above, are folloiva: cup sugar, 1 cup honf ciipf. i CUD raisins, 1 cup grated jiples, 1 cup grated carrots, 1 cup jread crumbs, 1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon cJnnnniojj, 1 lenspoon clovca, 1 lea epoon salt, 4 level tablespoons mol- assea, lialf leaspooD soila. Steam Ihreo-hours. llran cups flour, cup souf milk, 1-S cup inol- tvsses, (cnspnon soda, 1 teaspoon suit, 2 Ublc-spoons'-jnellcd dripping, find dry (ngredlenla: add milk to! molasses, and combine mix- ture; then add butler. TWO FRENCH GENERALS ON RETIRED LISTS Pflrfa, Scpl. M. n. Do Huycr, ol Iho Trench nrmy has been placed on tlic retired list] lie h ono ot 'a hatch wlio have been allmlnalod la inaho room for younger and fro.ih- cr In imrsuancs of Ihc seUlcd policy of Ihe French nrmy i Among irin other officers retired IK OnnflrnJ Herr wlio nne llmo com- manded the Kr.ench, lorcea al Verdun. After Mng relieved of that com mind, .General Hcrr was Appointed At the "Ba" Store DRY GOODS SECTION I5LACK COTTOX rililicil tons. .Siiis !0 iinlr TURKISH Drown stripoil. Sty.cs iOx-J-V 7Cp pair ___.......- lOL A iissurdnoiil New Tapcslry Cushion Tops. Special, A FEW ODD 1'II-X'KS OF 111 blaeh and whito and nlygcr brown and whftv1 stripes. Itegular Jl-15, special -f nft 'Colnrs of navy, brown and Rrcy. Inches wide, yard Color'6 ol srcen and red plalils, check? and stripes. 3C inclica, iviile. Suitable for child- ren's dresses. Special, yard 30c Only a few of the Special Prices which Prevail in the Gents' Furnishing BOOTS SHOES HOYS' HEAVY SCHOOL Well n Special 2.69 LIEN'S HEAVY I5OOT.S suliil Ivilhcr. 5 lo 11. o QQ Bin-clal J.OU CIIILDKEVS DOXfiOLA Kli) HUT'l'OX ULITIIER [illlnff. Hack or un. Kiios to 3. Spcciul Hack or 1 -t Q l.liJ IJIiOKEX LIXES OF LADIES' I'nlcnl ana gunmcOl. Sizes o QQ titJJ BOYS' TLEKCKLINKD 111 UvD-picco suits. special, Per garment T J C Boys' Tweed Hals. Special 89C Mcii'sMertiiiiii Weight Grey is. Special, iiaii- 39c Fine Flannelette Night Shirts. All 1.25 Specials from our Weil- Stocked Grocery Dept. QiiaUcr Onl.s, pli Sun Maid Seeded Haisins, Spci.1- ial, iikff J'io Jelly I'owdrr.s. :J for 25c Good duality 'Hrooms, Million's Coi'fec, Special, -15c Cowan's Cocoa, tins. Spec- ial 2rn: Three Specials from the Housefurnishing Dept. ENGLISH STAIR 150 yards. 27 inches in Oriental and 1 1 Q floral eltccts. Sjicclil, ydvu PLAIN HEMSTITCHED Kcru and Ivory shades. 3C inches wide. j-anl........................... JUTE DOOR of Green and brown. 59c Specials from the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' SEltaE DKHSSKS- Vnlues from J2CI.OO to Colors brown. nnvy. sreen anil SpccInV price 1 o QQ (or Wcclncsilay ifcirfJ VOILE AND LAWN Striped and iilaln. Kplcmlltl value. Stzca IOC 3C to WcdnesiJay siwcial ItttJ IJLAOK SATEEN UXDKK- All sizes, worlli fl.50, Special price 89c i Housewives ['leased Slale- ment Thai ,Hanna Will ful in Clamp Yesterday'n Canadian Tress dts palcli to Iho cltcct Ilial the Foot! Con- troller would shortly set Ihc prices ol flour, forcrul, potatoca mid olher necessities of lire lias bcon wltli pleased looks liy tlic good liouscivlvM o[ I.elhlirldKC. All Ihcy nak 19 that tcllibrldso lie not roqillr cd lo pay more than other elites of Ihc west for these toort coramnilltles, nnil the prices of flour and brcncl. bo "marfo comnicnstiralo wllh Ihc price or wheat fixed for llic ruimcrt. !ln conlicclfon with the price of brcarl in vnHous Canadian .V.ttles, Uio fttalCmenl wM'tnxlo lllo.olhor day l.elhbrMie n.nkeil second in' Canada. Local.halieraislala thai Ihcy' llcsina. These are par vv the rlsiucs: The Comparison. Loaf Price City In ozs. of loaf Medicine Hal 23 .Moose .Ian- 1C 10 -II Coal per Winnipeg IlcRlnn 24 Wk .1.2 15 10. 16 Vancouver 16 1C .62b bread. If Die of bread Is Used the present Winnipeg price ivlll be Hie foundation In nil likelihood, although U (3 possible that, If tho nrlco of Hour Is reduced, bread will he oven chcsp- r.r. are urging the Food Controller (o Like vigorous atcpj, such as have been Inkcu In Inc. Unit- ed States fn Ihft case of steel, where a cut ol 50 per cent mado nl unt blow. ol artillery at Iho nfe selling 12 lonvcs for'. f tut tlili cl'y IhirJ from Ibo ton and- G. N. W. STRIKE UNCHANGED Toronto, Sept. Fltfuilbn Jiero in regimi O. N'. opera- tors' strike remains unchanged today, Over SO per cent of tlio operators nnd linemen ol. the 0. X. W. Tele- graph sjslcm aro on strike according to .reports Issued by Ihe men's, com- inltlee here. Hut seven of Ihe 73 op- erators ID Toronto have remained .at work. Peoria, Ills., Sept. With representatives present from more than thirty Trom- Ctnsda, MeKlco and a number of; South American countries, twelfth meeting'of .the'JIrH ternallonal Dry'- Farming' jrcss opened here today in con- nection with .Ihe. International" soil Products Association. A teTegraifl' received this aftap noon from T, C, premUif of Manitoba, expresfled his rtgrct at being unable to attend. Gaakalchswan won third.prize In the exhibit of vegetables at the soil products exhibition. YOUCftNDOBETTER- 1TN5WEOP NORTH LETHBPIDGF ;