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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, lOlfe a. i i � i. i � i THIS LETIIBHinfiF, DAILY UKRALD PAGE ELEVEN Begins Saturday Morning at 9.00 AT SIXTH ST. S., DOMINION BLOCK, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE GRAHAM MOTOR CO.'S GARAGE. A $5,000 to $6,000 STOCK to be SOLD AT 10 to'40* on the DOLLAR Consisting of dress goods and coatings, flannels and flannelettes, mulls and dimities, cambrics, nainsooks and long cloths, towels and towelings, embroidery and huck 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 come. Six Salesladies Wanted -- Apply Friday at Store and. iKiurcltnc fefilises for girls nn/saged in munition work, ami workers have ulsy boon sent over with Aim'irbv.n hospital units? . ffhou'Caniidian Y.AV.C. �A. lias just begun this work, and only a few week sent over Its first worttor among" tlir Can:;ilian nurses. �' � * The nnnualcoiivenilon of tlio Alberta Sunday School. Federation opened Oil TtlnsiUi}"%!t ill l'ali;;ii'y with M20 delegatus in attendance. )�:. .Hcnttoii. chairman of the. jiroviueial committee, A. \V. .Ward.' .con'vontiou .>;ei:r.'tary. and Roy. .(. i'. UVstmau. wurclary. have charge of tin; program, while. Miss O. JSeigier, who is at. the. head of the-girls' work of the Y.W.C.A.. it! com] net, hi K the confidence fur intermediate girls. Oirls' conferences were started hist full, four being held in Ontario and two in Haskulehewan, and now Alberta i.s coming into line with one in Calgary this week, nt he followed by a conference in KilmonUm on April 12. This work was .' !::r!ed in Jjjir. a.v.i for Iho first, time Die Y.W.C.A., Y. M.CA. ami Sunday seliculs are en-operating in work for boys and girls. There are at present national committees for boys' and girls' work, aiming towards ho mo. sort of a mid-week meeting to interns'.", yomm' people in the Sunday school. The.- ideals held out are all round development; the young people are impressed with the idea that the. hoy or Kir! who i.s developed, spiritually, physically anil mentally i.s the hoy or itirl who is going to 1)0 of real serice in the world, and this conference is being held to place this system before the hoys and girls themselve;:. Many Sunday schools owe an enormous increase in their attendance to these mid-week meetings., an attendance which is not floating, bat fixed, for the meetings keep up ihe interest and are so planned as to stimulate enthusiasm alonfr lines thai will make 15 HUN PLANE Port. .Arthur. Out.. April -1. flight Lieut, Klaiiloy Itosevear. D.H.O.. Port: | Arthur, brought de.wn six Herman nir- | for development. | The standard for girls include:-, health education, home duties, sports, vocational training, religious study, leadership and vocational training, among many other excellent subjects, the following it)) of which cannot but. be sure to do great things inward solving the problem of "Young Can ada." RED CROSS NOTES pianos in the six day fight up to .March ID, mailing his total score ifi enemy airplanes accounted for up to that, date, liecentiy with a companion airman. Itosevear found himself with combat, with fifteen enemy machines at one time. The two Uritishers accounted for three of the, enemy and then succeeded in escaping unscathed Lieut. Hosevenr is patrol leader in a sipiadron attached to the Koya; Plying Corps. BUYS 1G00 ACRES Winnipeg. April .'!.-.Senator Henard has purchased for seeding to flax Hide ,iere.s of tint tiled land in the Winnipeg district from the estate of the late Senator Porgci, The price paid svas S'l'i per acre. CROP SITUATION IN ONTARIO Toronto. Apr. :).-The Globe's agricultural expert says today: "The fall wheal situation lias been wonderfully helped by the last week of mild wealhel ami the recent showers in Ontario. The crop last fall did not. get a good top and most of it ? * ? DESTROY UNWHOLESOME '.? ? FOOD NOW ? cation and destruction of tin- > sound or unwholesome food- ? stuffs found in packing bouses ^ > or cold .storage warehouses is  > provided for in a resolution of ? > which notice has been given by > > Hon. T. A. I'rerar, minister of )> ? agriculture on which a bill will ? > he based. The resolution pro- ? ? vide; that abattoirs, packing > > houses or other premises �> > shall he brought under the pro- > visions of the Meat, and Canned > ; Koods Act. hardly grew a. three-inch blade above ground. Yet. it is aiive, well rooted and with a few weeks of good weather Ontario will harvest a good average crop on her 500,000 acres sown." I The following was the Lethbridge I Rod Ow.s shipment to Calgary for I March: i 24') suits pajamas, fiO amputation i covers. 7" surgical stockings, 2.XX T bandages, 344 towels, 1.20 pillow cases, SI sheets, 204 P.P. bags. !!� I bed pan covers. (>o khaki slings, OH 1 surgeon's operating gowns, 144 many | tailed bandages, 22.S hinders flannel 1 1H2 stretcher caps, -12 nurses' aprons, j lit pneumonia jackets, V.Vl wasit cloths, I 1(12 day shirts, I ."ill pairs socks. tiO ' fomentation wringers, S40 handker- chiefs. :-!fl ha 111 towels, a total of 0412 articles. Committee-Mrs. W. Scolt, chairman, Mrs. MoKiliop. Mrs. ,1. A. Voting. Mrs. /.I. S. Stewart. As Age Advances the Liver Requires occasional alight stimulation. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price But Great itat Work correct CONSTIPATION Colorless a condition which AVDa|a C1.,.. usually indicate the absence of Iron in or rate r aces the Wood> _ , . p , hlch will be greatly helped by carter S 11*011 TlllS CLARKE & CO. SIXTH ST. S. Directly Opposite Graham Motor Co. Garage Watch for Red Cross Drug & Book Co. Salvage Sale Next Door. DOMINION BLOCK MILADI A brother's load along the dusty way, And I should turn" and walk alone that day, If I might ehare How could I dare, When. jn the evening watch I knelt to pray,  To ask for help to bear my pain and 1 , loss If I had needed not my brother's cross? -Selected. �  * ? PERSONAL * -�� of .great benefit to the musical department.  * * The Ladies' Ajd of the, Christian church met at the homo of Mrs. Rhodes for fegular monthly business I meeting yesterday afternoon. >At this meeting it was .decided: to give "The Feast of the Allies'," to"followed by a programme some evening in May. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a delicious luncheon.    A"J the Kentish ladies who are interested in the benefit dance being g.lven for one of the KentiBh men, are asked to meet at the crime of Mrs. W. Knowlden, 622 ,6th St. South,, on Frl-. day afternoon at two o'clock. j  * . * I The Next of Kin will meet Friday . evening. As many as possible of tho j members are asked to attend early to! arrange the tags. . , . . j �  * j The executives of the Sir Alexander Gait. Chapter. . and the Major .lack i i'Coss Chapter. I .O. D. E., are request-j oil to meet together iu tho Rorl Cross \ room Friday at { o'cleck for ,a short, hut important meeting. i  . � � . i Tim Herald fMted in error on Tues- j day that JHNbf faewis is 'succeeding > Miss Dainty at the Children's Aid! Slmltnr. She succeeds Mrs. Marchant.' who has been matron since Miss Dainty left.    The proceeds of the play, "His Excellency the Governor' 'were very satisfactory. The house was crowded both evening and the proceeds will be devoted to various charities. The players wish to thank Mr. Soares, of the Hudson Bay Co., for his kindness in Ijelping to arrange the scenery, and-to thank all others who helped to. make the play a success. The mention of Mr. F. O. Hyde was omitted in the first report of the, play. Mr. Hyde figured as the army commander' and took a very conspicuous part, very ably.  *  The members of the Eastern Star are asked to meet at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon.  *  >..* : : >� c 9 O > * The ladies aid of St. Patrick's church held a successful social in the Conservatory of Music hall last evening. Progressive euchre was played at 2S tables, the honors being won by Mrs. P. Mulvihill and Mr. E. J. English.   * > ? > ? ? ? ? ? * ? : ? ? : ? ? ? WEDDINGS v ? > * HIGINBOTHAM-GALVIN A quiet wedding took place at Calgary Wednesday -at 5 o'clock,; when. Miss Helen Galvin, daughter of Mr. Henry Galvin. real estate and insurance broker of Lethbridge, and Lieut;? Harold Higinbotbani.-son of ]jjr. ^.bhuj D. Higinbotham, a pioneer and; foh-25, years postmaster of the same city^j were united in marriage by the Rev."] Win. Shearer of Calgary. ' > The bride is an attractive and popular belle of the southern city, and the groom, who. is* now connected with' the Hospitals Commission, was formerly with .the 13th Battalion, Royal Highlanders of Canada, and was wounded at Moquet Farm in the fighting on the Somme in September, li>16. He is a grandson of the late Lieut.-Col. Higinbotham, M.P., and Rev. Dr. Torrance of Guelph, Ont. , � �. * McRAE-HENDERSON. On Saturday evening, March 30th, the marriage of Mr. William Roderick McRae of Champion and Miss Margaret Jane Henderson was. solemnized at Knox church, the Rev. \V. F" Burns officiating.  * * j. �j� .j. ,5* *t* ^* K* J' GENERAL * ? > Mdme. Casgrain, of Ottawa, wife of the late postmaster general, and! re gent of the Madeline de Verclicrs Chapter I.O.D.E. in Ottawa, is traveling through Canada at her own expense in tho interests of the French relief work. She will be in Calgary tomorrow. After Mdme. Casgrain has spoken in the various cities' she expects to go to France to help in the relief work. V *> v v � A A GENERAL ? ? > ? ? > ? ? > v ? ? Mdme. Casgrain, of Ottawa, wife o lntlef$ fected Here A Bedstead. Spring & Mattress AU Three at Special Pricing 15.85 � Tttip week these wonderful small prices are expected' to make quick work of the remainder of a special purchase. AU-steel'Bedstead, white enamelled finish, 1 1-16 inch posts, head, and foot ends, top rails-arched, well fitted with oval centres, brass knobs and castors, complete. All-metal Bed Spring, heavy angle 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 and ends. Ticking of heavy English sateen (blue), with 52 wool tufts. This mattress is guaranteed to have five pounds more felt 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 fumed finish. Suite consists of .full size Wood Bed,, Dresser, Dressing Table and three Chairs-all inlaid. DRESSER �Top 20x40 inches, constructed on artistic lines from dependable material, with two small and two large drawers With copper pulls, back fitted with British plate Oj" aa mirror, size 24x30. At only'...... ........ ....... uD�VV DRESSING TABLE Top !Sx34. with two small drawers trimmed to match dresser. Triple heavy mirrors, two 7x20 and one q|| aa 14x24 inches. Only .............................. JV�Uy WOOD BED Plain, neat, refined design, with panels inlaid and ten fillers. Has steel side rails, giving it the strength of steel, the warmth or wood, the perfection of beauty. qa aa At only............. .........................L9�UW THE HAIR DRESSING CHAIR, ROCKER And the regular Bedroom Chair are all made to match, with best grade of cane seat, the smoothest of finish, and acme of high grade construction. a aa Priced at, $7.50, $9.00 and i..........................OvUU Mahogany Dresser Ma.de in Princess design. Top 1Sx34 inches, elegantly finished, hand rubbed. Bars has two small and one large 'drawer .with wood pulls. Back is fitted with 18x80 British bevel plate oval mirror. A big leader at, Mahogany Night Table With under shelf, bolted construction, made to match dresser and Yv'ashstaud. Priced at, Only................... 3.50 3 only Sets of Dining-room Chairs MADE OF SELECTED QUARTER SAWED OAK, AND IS MADE TO STAND A LIFETIME OF SERVICE. WITH FULL BOXED SEAT, BLOCKED CORNER8. THE UPHOLSTERING IS REAL LEATHER, AND THE FINI8H 18 THE RICH GOLDEN OR THE NUT BROWN FUMED. SET CON8ISTS OF FIVE SMALL AND ONE ARM CHAIR. Specially Priced at .. $32.00 MAHOGANY WOOD BED v Height, head end. 52 inches; posts. 2x inches; cross rails,. 1%xH4 inches, wilh panel between; 10 fillers. I'/ix'A inches; posts finished with 2% inch square caps. Size is 4 ft. G in. nn a a Price is only ................ �tL�\3\) UPHOLSTERED ROCKERS The attractive lines upon which this rocker is constructed, the beauty of its i finish, and the solid comfort it affords, makes it an article of the utmost importance to the complete furnishings of a room. Mahogany frame, with steel spring construction in seat and back. The covering is solid leather, in brown finish, ami the price is- Only .................... MAHOGANY WASH STAND Made of birch in rich mahogany dull finish. Top 10x27, with long drawer and louble cupboard with rounded front effect. At only ......�. Matches Dresser 11.00 50.00 ONE-MOTION SIDWAY COLLAPSIBLE GO-CART  Light durable frame and double braced gear, all black enamelled", full size adjustable 3-bow hood, heavy shaped arm rests, braced sides, foot, hood and fenders; spring soat, adjustable back and dash with leather; 10 inch wheels, y2 in. tires, folds flat in one motion, -t *j aa . Only ........................ If.UU 2 only DINING ROOM TABLES Made of solid oak, top is 45x45, extending to 6 feet .with heavy rim; base is fitted with 12-inch square pedestal, and is well constructed in every particular. Finished fumed. Price ................... 24.00 1.25 WINDOW SHADES 85 c Plain green shade*. Good quality cloth with 3% inches of Insertion to match. Mounted on good strong rollers. Size 37x72 Inches. Complete with brackets. Regular $1.25. As long as they last � Complete Range of Window Shades and Curtain Rods. Ail Sizes Stocked. Stl/JIT- L C. TEEPLE Quality Furniture and Groceries DOMINION BLOCK PHONE 515 ;