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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Till'I1SDAY. APIHL 4, 101* Tin-: u"niBi\iiK.i: daily iikhaij> PAGE F.LBVBN mi FIRE SALE Begins Saturday Morning at 9.00 AT SIXTH ST. $., DOMINION BLOCK, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE GRAHAM MOTOR CO.'SOARACE. A $5,000 to $6,000 STOCK to be SOLD AT 10 " to 40r on the DOLLAR Consisting of chess goods and coatings, flannels and flannelettes, mulls and dimities, cambrics, nainsooks and long cloths, towels and towelings, embroidery and huclc linens, table cloths and damasks, sheets and bedspreads, pillow cotton and sheetings, piques and repps, voiles and marquisettes, velours and kimona cloths, lisle and cashmere hose, shawls, aprons, house dresses, gloves, wool caps, underwear, children's dresses, boy's wash suits, handkerchiefs, buttons, romper cloths, shirtings, baby flannel, boys' and girls' sweaters, etc., etc. ALL THESE LINES ARE DAMAGED TO SOME EXTENT BY SMOKE AND WATER BUT WITH WASHING WILL BE PRACTICALLY AS GOOD AS NEW. NO DELIVERIES. NO REFUNDS. NO CREDIT. Everything will be sold, without reserve, so come with a well filled purse and prepared to supply your needs for some time to cone. Six Salesladies Wanted -- Apply Friday at Store 1 and faounUns iu&uscs for i;lrt� (v.: (*�.! 111 munition wiiil.. :!;>>t>�t m: ,:�. il i.". ii muse The annual inn\en: l.m HAS A SCORE OF 15 HUN PLANES A Mi ' ta Sunday School r"i-i. .n"l � 'on 'I'rt'^dny to-i in i al.-ai \ wUU '" 1 il. I hflV.� ! I" i ."ii. v.'i:!" Miss . XelKh-r. �h-i ;� Mi" ;�l the eirls' v urK hi' IS'' N W 1 A . is comJiK'UnK i �� Ti!'-���ii' � in;., , mediate Kiil^ (Jlr! ron'.i'. fin i - v.. �. i  i- i ].i � ;".I!, four being b-- d i' i 1. ' . b, ..ml , 1 >v11 ill i'll .'k� 11� lll� �. -i ii 'l-ll:.. > iti. � i'M is criminK Into liio- \.! !i on.- :i r.r, ;;:trv this wri'k. i � i )�� i i, ow , � �! '.,�. j � on] ci ill! i' 111 l-'.il iiMai..:. , - n \ i ; I ': ' 'I'll i". work wa- " : ' i . . . operating- In worl. I"  I- . o.i .-.  2 Tli.M'f arc ui p: i-v-n- n ,).:. I .-n.ii miflees for hoys' ami r ;i- nml., .>� ing towards sonif m.;1 ,,: �., i. I �\ i �  k iiieefim: to in'i'if vi.i.i pi]i;-� in the Sunday .,. lo.il. T.f ,d>\i!� '.ield out ;in- all round di �> > 'i inniir , i ii" voting people iif" i'..;.ri il �� i� Ii tin1 idea thai tho hoy |>!r. i. ,i:'y .md mentally Is ill" b..y I'1 I'll wli'i is fco'.ng to lie of i'  I if in i'h- world, and t!.i;> ,  \* i" �. : held in pi,ire if;.- �. '� i. ;'n.'  tlif linys and (tlrli linni-'^  Mmiiv Stinday s.'n."'i -.;:i fl\ .!. for ttic mi'idiims f' f ji uji '.if inti'iisi �ind arc so plannod as t. > vii'.it Ion al i  n iHv . r i n'. � i . �' an \ . I'iliirl sli l n an! \ nra ! ioo.i 1 v . i n . n ammiK 1111111'-' ' ' f xi "ih :i' - n'n jf, i ,iv follrtwlnx "t �ln li i in in ' i..ii > *ir i . '.\.. 111 � dvitlK III" prold 1.1 ol Voiiii:' i ' . , I-"-'" : RED CROSS NOTES * ... .*. a .�. a '> 'I h r if'Lo -. ! 11 towds. 1 :'n pillow m ^lo'fts. j,i4 I'IV h.u:s. '�';2 sii'iiloi' i a)' s. 12 nnrsi's' apron.. :'.l piicunionia jark'-is. wash ninth n ln_' day �lilrts. P.n iniirs .inks. >,n loiiii'iiuition wrliiKi'i's, S4o liandkor-i,;iias. ::ii hath l.iwnls. a total of .'.II.: ail irlns. CiniinillK'i'-Mis W. Srott. i hair-1 man* Mrs. JJi-Killop. Mt �-. .1. A. 1 N'omiK. M is. /.I. S. Slow a rt nlaii" in tin- -i\ dav I'lRiH up tol*� ,'.i i minted fin up to', > ...t dat" liii'fii'lv with a foil! pa li ion | .' on.- tiiii". Th" two lir.'i islon s ;.i'"l' i mint d In, I',...... ol Mi" "iK'iiiv and| V in |. : April '. S.'lia'ol ll.'lialtl ] a � I � I" i . i im . fdi'or 'o ilux I>> i n' M" I laud ill tin' WIlinlp'T i > "�'� 'In- ' !a'f i,t : Ii" hit" j .;. in r ,: | !;.. pi " ' na nl v\ a . j i 1 DESTROY UfiWHOLEftOME FOOD NOW ir'iiKii. Apr :;. The coufit- i,' n.ii air! ih slrin tion of un-iniiil or iiiiw iioh'soiiif I'oixl- inl'f fniird in pa'kiiiK Iioiisph in .oil ' turat!" wnrtdioiisis in nnfali'l roi in a rnsdutliln of ' ai h in Ii i has h""ii Klvaii hy lion I A r mi �� r. nilnist  r of a i'l ii n 11 in " on ^ hlru a it.i i will no h.i -r I lii' m-ailulion pro villi' that a 'm 11 on s. pa i kiHK homii's in oilii'i |irrini�'s wain- foi nl 't.ii (-� ai'i' Kept -hull he iiniii?1!' iindi'f Hi" pro vision^ o, ih" Minn and t'niiiril l-'ooil,- \i t. a .. .> a .;. a .J. a a ,\f a a a a a CROP SITLIATION IN ONTARIO To',.iii". >�;.'� Th" lilol,"'-; .ittti I_____ � i|] i n  al ' \|) l ' -ai > s I iid.i \ j ' ' '1 I... i w.oa' -it nation hif li�> proceeds of the play. Exiplloiiey tho (iovernor' 'wero Miss Ills A brother's load along the dusty way, i And 1 Bhould turn and walk alone that day, If I might share j How could I dare, j When In the evening watch I knelt to pray,  To ask for help to bear my pain and l03S It 1 had needed not my brother's cross? -Selected. I     *  PERSONAL �  i � Mrs. A. J. Rogers and daughter, of Reglna, Sank., are tho Biiests of Mrs. H. Downing, 211 loth S�. S.  .  Mr .A. Southard is in LMlibrldge for a few days.  � � Mlsa Ina Sage of the Military hospital, Kdtnonton, has rotuined after pending a few days with her parents here. Mlas Sage la shortly to po oyeraeaa.  * * Tha Misses Grace Parsons, Elsie Wostcott and Pauline Steakley left yesterday afternoon for Calgary to attend tho Girls' Conference undor the chaperonage of Miss A. Matson. representing the Live. Wire (,'lasa of the United church.     'Misses Helena, l.orna and Adair Simpson, Merle O'Hagun. Hilda t'i;ii"c!;, Thclma Nobles. Marguerite Gibbons. Doris Smith, Owen Uowman, Eileen Waddington and .lean Hrym-ncr; r'�o Mrs. Hrymnor, Mrs. How-man and Mr.t.'hurch left this afternoon for Calgary, where the t'rescent Heights Collegiate aro putting on "A > .: , :--s==--r.:--__.j^, ] satisfactory. The house was crowded ! both evening and the proceeds will j ' be devoted to various charities. The j players wish to thank Mr. Snares, of the Hudson Bay Co., for liis klndinsx I , in yelping to arrange tho sci nery. and i  to thank all others who helped toj I make the play a success. Tim mention I mmmvm-mmmmm-m-\ of Mr. r. O. Hyde was omitted in , ,,, _ r. _, ., 'the first report of tho plav. Mr. llvilr>i Midsummer Mght's Dream.' Alio.an ; fl , \^ commander ami; interesting performance is to be lie .1 ,ook a conspicuous pari. very', in the bull-room of the I'alliser Hole: a^v  i Friday afternoon under the direction i ... I of Miss Atree, and the above-men-1 Honed girls are assisting by an exhl-1 bltion of dancing. j The members of the Eastern Star ; aro asked to meet at the Itcd Cross i rooms tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Buchanan, parent* of Mr. W. A. Buchanan. M.F'., are in bethbridge lor a short visit. Mr. Conklln of Foremost ia in the citv* on business.   � Mrs. P. Ashcroft and son Willie l'ift last night for Vancouver to re-' hiile there, later. The ladles aid of St. Patrick's church held a successful social in ! the Cunservatoi v uf M isic hall lust Mr. Ashcrolt will follow evening. Progressive Kuchre was play ! �d at -!> tables, the honors beinK won    Mr. Morgan, inspector of schools, is in Kdmonton attending the Teachers' convention.   -� I.ieut.-Col. and Mrs. Robert Hel-cher have received a cablegram announcing the birth of a son to ('apt. i Hastings Mewburn and Mra. Mew-burn (nee Miss Jessie Helcherl. at Maidenhead, England. Mrs. Mew- by Mrs. Knglish. P. Mulvlhill and Mr. K. J. o � Keast of the Allies," to1>B*>116wed by a programme some evening in May. At the close of tho meeting the hostess served a delicious luncheon.    A'.l the Kentish ladies who are In Mdinc. Casgrain, of Ottawa, wife of the late postmaster general, and regent of the Madeline de Vercliers Chapter l.O.D.K. iu Ottawa, is travel- ; terested in the benefit dance bcln� ing through Canada at her own ex-gilvon for one of the Kentish men, are pense in the Interests of the French I asked to meet at the gome of Mra. W. relief work. She will be In Calgary Knowldeu. 622 ,�th St. South, o� Frl- tomorrow. After Mdme. Casgrain has day afternoon at two o'clock. 1 spoken in the various cities she ex-   ,�  I pects to go to France to help In the The Next of Kin will meet Friday relief work. ' evening. As many as possible of the!   " members arc asked to attend early to! At the teachers' convention in Ed-arrange the tags. jinonton over 1 OHO teachers havo or-1 �  . KBiilied Into an Alberta Teachers' ' The executives of t,he Sir Alexander Alliance. Calt Chapter, and the Major Jack j *   lioss Chapter. I .O. D. K., are request-1 At a tea Tuesday at the Y.W.C A, ed to meet together iu the lied Cross In Calgary, Miss'Una Saunders, who 1 room Friday at 1 o'elack for a short, hag toured the world in th" last three but important meeting.  years in the intoresta of the. "Y'k, nre^L , 1 sented some most Interesting facia The llefttM ftaled in arrctr on Tuus-jln connection with the work of the day that Mfss f^etrls . Is 'succeeding � Y.W.C.A. Prance has turned to the I Miss Dainty at the Children's Aid I American association for help In nro-1 Ha&itar. aha succeeds Mrs. Merchant.' vidingVcanteens, cafetarlas, rest You'll Do Better at Teefeie's Substantial Savings Can Be Effected Here This Week A Bedstead. Spring & Mattress All Three at Special Pricing Thte wc-k these wonderful small prices are expected to make quirk work of the remainder of n special purchase. All-d. well fitted with oval .�litres, bri.'ss Utiobs anil castors complete. All-metal Bed Spring, heavy a'iKic iron frames, with double . woven link fabric-guaranteed not to sag. Mattress -an unbeatable value In a mixed mattress, for this is considered exceptional value at Its regular price. .Made with wood fibre centre, with cotton top. bottom, sides ami ends. TickitiK of heavy Knglish sateen (blueI, with r,2 wool tufts. This mattress is guaranteed to have five pounds more lelr than any other mattress on the market at the price. OUTFIT SOLD REGULARLY FOR $21.50 This Week Only.................$15.85 A Handsome Bedroom Suite Of nicely grained solid oak In rich turned finish. Suite con-h.l�t� of lull size Wood Bed, Dresser, Dressing Table and three Chairs -all inlaid. DRESSER Top ^0x40 inches, constructed on artistic lines from dependable material, with two small and two large drawers with copper pulls, back fitted with British plate Of AA mirror, size 24x3i inches; posts. 2x T'i inches; cross rails, l%xlU inthes,