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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FlUDAY. Sl-PTEMRF-U 28, 1917 Tlffi LI'.TliniUDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVBH Boys and Books. They will mix all right if the boys are kept mentally alert and physically active with nour- ishing, easily digested foods. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is the idea] food for young- sters to study on or to play on because it contains the life of the whole wheat grain in a digestible form. The kiddies like it with milk or cream, with sliced bapanas or other fruits. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Omit and clill- drcu have returned [roru a vML In Edmonton. Tho icsular moiitbly meeting dt Iho Nurslnr. Mission board will lie held on Monday at 4 u.m, la tlio V.M.CJ. Made Canada. MIL ADI 1224- little J.elh- FIIOV Congress, ami local officials of Hie union, vraltctl a'p lion. T. CrolLcrs this morning. Ilioy were loJd by Ihc minister that he expected to. be atlo to make somo dcflnlle statement by five o'clock this afternoon. H la undDrstooil Uiatllicro rill bo a median of Iho cabinet coun- cil earlier In the afternoon at which Ihc strike will be ilJscusaetl and raea- jurcs lor Edtltng li adopted. Same Old Line Ottawa, Sent. lion. T. DrolJiors, inlnlsler of labor, when I lit 3 morning it Iherca any lope ol an early of Hie Great iCorl (western employees slriko ilated positively IhaL U "would soon DC acttlcrt." Hu was, lie Rntd, not yel In a iJ os II ion to give out any definite Information with regard to the mai- ler, but Intimated that he would do iu shortly. A3 the minister lias (ak- in Hie Bland that the awp.rd of UIQ conciliation board was fair and just Hid slioiild be accepted "by Loth par- lies to the dispute. It Is considered likely HiaL llic company lias conseuleil to do Ihla. As far as could be lenrn- no word had been received from the company at the labpr department. Saturday's Bargain Bulletin an< ion arc visitors tnla week It Hal ewa. The Willard W.C.T.U. arc holding on Informal uncial at Ihe homo ol Mrs. P, Cnlii. 627 ICth St. N. tonlgbt at 1.30 IL m, Everybody welcome. Miss Atlree, who haa been a guest In the city for a few ilaya. lefl last for Medicine Hat to arrange for her {dancing classes for the (all aud winter season. A jolly gathering of young people was held last ulglil tl Ihe residence of Mrs. F. NelEoa, under IHo auspices o[ lha nig Brothers ot KTIOI church. Games were enjoyed uctll ialdnight, when a dainty supper was served, afler which au hour's danco was Indulged A pleasing feature of Iho even took place when Mr. Ilalph Wadding- Ian, on behalf of the Die vrcsontcU Mr. Norman who leaves shortly for Cmnn Harden, wllh a gold mounted fount a In pea. Mr. Mc- Ucd has Joined Iho Royal Flying1 Corps, and addc enolncr name lo the honor roll of the class. KEVES.r A very quiet wedding toofc place In Bow Island on Sunday, Sept. 23, at Ihe homo of Mr. and Jlrt. WJlllam Kt-ycs. when their daughter, Beatrice was united In marriage lo Mr; Uun- can Millar, also of How Island, In tbe presence of somo twenty In- vited guesls Air. Usury Farmer, of the Provincial Experimental Farm at Me- dicine was married Lo Mfs.i Mabel Jlay McLean, at the home of the urltlc's parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. James McLean, 9912 SStli avctiuc, Edmouton. Edmonton iiulct wedding was solemnized at (he McDonald Cap- list parsonage on September 23rd, whon Thomas D. Slockclalc ol Poca- liontas anil Mrs. Alice M. Davis, of LDthhrldgc, were united in marriage, Rev D. M. Thomson performing the ceremony. Mr. and Slockilnlc liovo left lor they will make their Mrs. Claude McMullcn aud children or Calgary are ID the city (or a row ks (ho of .Mrs. Charles An executive iceetlog or tho Great War XiMluJ'Kli: will be held Monday atlernooa at at Iho home of Mrs. Darkly, 312 I8tb Street Korlli. Mr. DIckell, er, left yesterday af- ternoon for ouil Gore Bay, Ontario, hb home. Mr. Blckell has been visiting his son end family, Mr. D. Dlckell, secrcJary of the Y.M.C.A. Sir Alexander Gall chapter I.O.D.K. ficrved tea In the Hudson's Hay tea rooms on WeduesJuy atleruoon. Mra. J. M. Kennedy was in charge, assisted. l-y .Mrs. J, A. Jackson, Mrs Oe Mlsa Adeline Hcnderaon and Miss Nlinmoua. The ladles of Knoi church congre- gation wlio arc knitting socks for Christmas parcels for (he soldiers at Iho front reminded that they, be needed about tbe middle ol Octo- ber. The dcGulte date, wblch Is soma what earlier this year than U wis last, will ho announced later. WAR MENU FOR SATURDAY' Breakfast Cornmeal PorrJUge Mdk Sugar Liver and Dscon Ilread Pear Marmalailc Tea'pr Coffpc Luncheon Cream or Corn Soup Bran Gems Scalloped Potatoes Coddled Apples Tea Milk Sugar Dinner Ilcsst Beef naiiiinnwfi Pared KoasL Putatoca Wblta Dread Gingerbread Honey The reclpas for Scalloped Pol a toes and Coildled Apples, mentioned above, are as follows: Scalloped Potatoes Buller a baking dish well. Put in a layer of potatoes, slice Ihlnly. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, aud dredga nrllh flour. Add milk until u may he pcch (hrough (ho top layer.. Add 'tolls of butler. Uakc in the ovcu until the polato is soil. Coddled Applet Pare and cut In Quarlcrs any prm cooking apples. Make a syrup or one cup of sugar and one water. Add a lllUc cinnamon. Put the apple in'llie hofllng synip, and cook until the ap- ples are clear but not urokcn. Remove Jrom syrup, and boll the syrup down until thicker. Pour dyer the' apples and serve. NEW PENTECOSTAL PASTOR ARRIVES "Washington, Sept. F. Carey, a car manufnctuicr of Chicago, was today made director or operations for'the shipping board. He Trill be di- rectly In-charge of Ihc opera I Ion ot Iho government merchant fleet.. Mr Carey now Is a memher of n shlpuulltl- IUK wage adjustment liourd. Mr. Carey will name three assist- ants, one ench to direct operations, on the Atlantic, llio Pacific nnd the Cult. The ehlpplng bonnl to oper- alo ships on October all Am- erican merchant vessels will he' requi- sitioned cither for government opera- tion or for service under government 'Jrecllon-. ITALIAN LOSSES. Rome, Sept. I tea rush lp of more thnn tona inrt six sailing Hhlps, ot less than 100 ions each, were sunk last week by mines or submarines, according to ibe weekly Rlalement from Ihc Hal- Ian fLrlmlrally. The elnamer, wosaunk Italian territorial waters. One Ilev. Chna. M. of Dululh, Minn., has arrived In the city and will take'up the pastoral wori of the Pentecostal Mission here, Rev. C. M-, Neve has been in the Pentecos- tal work ton years and previous lo (hat was a Baptist minister c'giit ,rs. He will preach at. both cer- vices on Sunday. His wile and fam- ily vrlll arrive some lime next week. Those who failed to hear him on his previous visit will do well lo hear him now he Is hero. ST. RAILWAY MEN .GET THE INCREASE Ollawn, Sept. report j ot Iho conciliation board appointed by tho labor consider the domimd oE the Ollawn. Car Company employees for nn Incrcaso of six cents per hour has been receiv- ed by the minister or labor. Accord- Ing to it n satisfactory .agreement hos been reached by Ihe disputing par- tics. The minimum' wage which, by the REreemer.l between the com- pany and employees mltile In June, 1D1S, was fixed nl forty cents an ileamshln and one Balling vessel Trcro hour, Is Increased by. Ihe new1 agree- lamBged, but were able lo resell port. rnfint to (arty-six No Advance in 3 Years With war-time prices so terribly high for nearly every article of food, it be a .particular satisfy to those who love good coffee to know that there has been no advance price of Red Rose Coffee for three and the great increase in the sale of Red Rose Coffee this year' shows that th'- price is appreciated. People everywhere seem to be using much more coffee than they did before. Red Rose Tea is economical on account of its superior Rtd Rose Coffee u economical both on account of ita quality and price, a combination hard to maintain in war-time. Red Rose Coffee Winnipeg, Sept. 2S. The.D Grain Company, Ltd., has purchased Ore elevators from the Atlai Ele company, In the Yorklon district on the O.T.P. for and slso sli els- valors from the Imperial Elevator company on the C.P.H-, In the Yorkton district (or This gives Ihc N. BawIT Grain com- pany, Llmlled, an clovator In all the oat districts in Sflskatchewic and brings their full lino ol elevators, up lo ninety. E. J. BawIF and Company have pur- chased for tho elevator ol Iho Canadian Farmers' Hay Kichange, on Ixtmunrd Blrecl. Hallell nnd Carey are negotiating the purchase ot nine elevators from Leech and Anderson. Theae are situ atcd along the Goose Lake lino of. the C.N.Tt. The price Is not staled at pros- en t. Olher changes in elevators are pending. From the "Ba Specials from the Dry Goods Dept. DRESS VELVETS SAl'I'HIKK VKLYjn'KKX 21 inclms Hicli heavy pile, [sst colors, marooa, grey, purple, myrtle, and black. Specially iir'ced. yard HOUSE COMMITTEE REl'USES A PROBE Washington, Sept. liealed session today Iho houso rules committee refused to act OD lions proposing congressional Inves- tigation of Hcprcsenlallve Heflln's charges that a number at 'nembers ot congress "had acted (ha lime Count Von nernslorff asked bis government for authority to npeml JaO.OOli to Intliience congress on the submarine warfare hsuo. 110NAR LAW'S SON M AY HAVE DIED Geneva, Sept. has-been certalned by Ihe Red Cross (Ion committee Dial tiie name pf CapUln J. K. aon nl Bonar ot the Brltitb exchequer, does not appear Jn Ino )al- German Ksi ol RVlators who hftve beon captured. CapUln Law iraa're ported missing on not having reLurned from n flight over tho German lines last Friday LADIES' COATS In all Ihc newest shades. Plain clolhs, check plains and English frieze plush, with fur trimmings. Plain colors of black, brown anrl :ameylhllt. Priced from to Ladies' Slipper Special 250 PAIR LADIES' ALL WOOL FELT BOUDOIK SLIPPERS With neal slln pom poms, colors of roil anil while, brown and vhlU', roynl anil' white, plain eroy and plain black. Very soil and pliable [or morning wo.nr. Sizes 3 to S. Special per pair 99c Savings on Housefurnishings CURTAIN SCRIJl With colored nemslltclicil bolder In white 'or cream. inches Tvldo. Special, yard HEMSTITCHED MARQUISETTE In ecru and u'hilc. 36 tnchcs wide. STAIR CARPETS 27 Inches wide. Colors of green nncl red.-flepular ?1.35. Special................................................ JUTE DOOR MATS Colors of brown and green. Each................................................... .25c 45c 1.19 59c C'OHDELETTE TOOTAL CORD VELVET 27 Inches While, Copenhagen, navy, tobacco, seal brown. huulera and myrtle green, wine, purple, fawii and grey. Special, per SILK VELOURS JO inches wide. Rich tilt heavy pile. Colors UelgtaD Mup, nleger lirtmii, ll'jiuers green or blatk. Special A Jior yard................................................... SILK VELVETS f. 20 inches wide for mHHacry purposes. All colors. Ter yard THE OLD FASHIONED HEAVY ENGLISH CORDUROY 27 Inches Drown anil fawn. Specially adapted for men's or boys' ivenr. Special, per j'srd 36 INCH WHITE FLANNELETTE 300 YARDS ONLY Heavy English nuollly. 10 yards to one customer. No phono r; or mad orders. Saturday morning only. Yard 1 DC 75c OUR LADIES' SUITS You will rind are all of Ihc jatest styles and colors, made of gilwr- dines, Eerfles, worsted and tweed, Including very popular colors of grey, navy, black, taupe, burgundy and beetroot. Prices range from to Our Large Range of FURS i Is Kiipci-b ill every detail, the. juice and workiHan.ship_ being Ihe nianulaetvir- crs' aim. Fur Coats, inclmlhig Muskrat Hnd- Seal and Bejn'cr. Muff and Stoles made from fhe China Lynx, Natural Lynx, Natural and Black Wolf, Black and White Fox, Seal, Sable and Red Fox. CANDY SECTION WBIGLEYS' DOUBLE MINT CHEWING QUM. Soldier's pack- age, G bars in carton. Satnrday, per carton LOWNEYS' JUNIOR CHOCOLATE PACKAGE. Only a llmlled nuanlity. Saturday, package NOBURY PHILADELPHIA CARAMELS. All asaorlctl flavors. Saturday, pound PEPPERMINTS, LEMON LUMPS, ASSORTED CANDIES AND BUTTER SCOTCH LUMPS. Saturday, 2 HARD 25c lOc 20c BOILED 45c Items for the Chilly Weather at Special Prices Men's FiiiCrLlama Wool Combination Under- wear. Special, suit ffciM Men's Fiuc Egyptian Wool Combination Underwear. Priced up from Men's Heavy Worsted Sweaters. Siwcial Boys' Heavy Ribbed Botany Hose. Sizes 6 to 10. Priced up from 75c BOYS'MACKINAW COATS 8.50 WUh leggings and hat Lo match Special, per suit HURRYING TO BE EXAMINED IN VANCOUVER Vnncouver, Sept. bien were awaiting Ihetr I urn for examina- tion when the local military medical hoiml commenced work today. Yea- lorrffly over SO men were examined, and since last Friday more than 300 men have gone (hrough the test, (Iia msjorlty of thcin puslng as fit tor In- fantry service. The Big Food Store. Timely Pricings on all Pure Foods. DENIES STATEMENT, Montreal, Sept. K. Ntcholli, who was manager editor o( the Ually which recently ceased publication, 'tlili. morning Issued .a rienlnl of the rilnpntch wlilch Intlmnt' cd thai ho wonM return to aefrspap- er work In Lard, 3 pound palfl, 2 llnf for............... Parli Brand Patt, 4 for................... Camp per bottle................ 98c 25c 25c 25c Fluih. Per (In Cream of Wheat. per Oreen Tomatocl. Per pound Conking Applet, for 25c 25c 5c 25c Cress Blackwell Ritpberry tnd Jam, 2 Ib. glais Jar. Friday and Saturday 65c _ Gold Bar Sliced and Cling Peaches in heavy lyrup, Ib. Uni. Friday nnd AM Saturday, 3 Silver Bar Eos Plumi In heavy lyrup. Ib. tlni, Friday and Sat. 3 for l.W .4. ;