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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta friday. april :>. i!�1r Tin: lf.Trmmnr.f. daily i:ku.m.ii pace fifteen In iho I.elli1iri(li;i; MILADI Axnuitii i'iiitn(i'(i [ Hlghbinderi here, * i* * Mrs. f .i ifondetaon .of no* intend, is visltln* her dadKhter Mrs. J. Henderson i, 4 t , Mr H. T. Bryiifcw noon for Calgary left Master Uillle Davidson, who has hci'ii quite Hi with pneumonia, Is i�et. liiiK along nicely* ' ;� ^ : the little star > ? j At tin' present time the wiirri world instead of i-nstli >r n.-ld'" pLetrv iii HoniRthiiiK not required, serins to look upon It :ih ulnio'it a n......afiiry way of expressing our ileopo.n fpclliips miiI It In surprising how many poet have us II wire "foiinil" thomselvs in the IrcnrloM. At lioini' .il -o, I tin service flag llll:l rililfclll tlx. eve of the port, anil I In- fo"lowuiK lll.i" pill'lu wim noticed ill a recent 1111 n 111 f i- of (hi' Now York Hun. Thorn's a I it t lo star in 'lie window of til 11 llOIISC ill TOSS till' WilV, A little star red bonlereil. on ii R.-numl of snik-vy whlto; I ran si>" itr* Kli'imi at i'W'tiin:', it ia briKht ill dawn ot iliiy, And I know ii has been '-brums; through I In1 loni; ami dismal uir.ht. hle*s'tri i:i\s shall nil ilia. Til"' little v.'.' i beacon o'li An Ills ryes in Wlll'll III"' erase ; In 'In' lliir.'i through ill j\ |>I� set to the homeland i .'II o) lhu (linn shall � high "oiigifllal ion. � .ig.'-i it sluill loiiii � heart's devotion. Ill pi" pie's pi L4''  Mrs Hull, of turned ii'iit wiMi ti lends In Ho* Island ha ipendins ii few l-i'thhrlrtK.' A A A A CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES i all "! Vice flllRs i iin V -l.":i"l of thi' slur used '.ill lOilfill:-. Illll III"' '.mi", thi' toKi'ii i hat .i; � slnnditlK lii'lilnd it the front, lhu liltln :\ small v ay inillrat-hciutr; anion* the I to ha UK it in inn fh'Ks are on snlo Major .lark lions ( hiipter. I. Th hold a t.sr ih'" 'I iin;l,i; take Hoine worthy rail of the N'.-xt day tomori o .. Kvoryone is sin ill share in  i� r.-.i malies an I'loipn ni their behalf Follow It up. l Tea will be served ti tin- Veterans' club for th" Mi Mean iiii'tilh lives. I'l'SClh ii Sal' l.ak. i this morninc In (Jreat Falls ; spemlinr a I'ity with r�:-.i- *> SOCIAL events I WE REPEAT THIS AD. So rrnat has h"Pti thp ri'spi)ns�' to our ; ve; tisemotit of in�t 'I nesdu.v de'ailitiK 8-4 BRITISH Sheeting Dip- SPECIAL VALUES AND DRY GOODS AND lhu' PRICES in HOSIERY e Hi ill I- H 'i'l!> 1 is'll' I" offer ttlO' ..� �ilo li' iv 'live i la.lvel l"|ll iv in Kl'lllnki"! nil'' |i:'i".'mis ail eri iH" mpilit. Hip oppor-I'lin". ot In in- illai; In iiirh un;iri>ci�di'til "I ' 11a111'* of ""curing 'tuple goods a' LESS THAN QUOTED WHOLESALE PRICES. We will also repeat our loRan "f la ' Ta.-'.l.u il Our Reputation is Behind This Selling Event." \nd you i iin be ; p ii ing your futin ' now. you ran nff" pur relit ill Fall i.> 'ill' '"I that by atil n i � ants arid pun liasini;' ' a ~iu inn of i."> to fin price*. 10-4 WHITE dsprds 'allies" make n.79 BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY WHITE FLANNELETTE Worth today 20c 13'/2C yard � morrow help"!'-. i!i;;!i S.ln (lalliniiih. lSa l � mi I'lec' wood. Alt' ' .if io . son. Mrs. Mayn.ip! \\ i -Miss MrKi'lvie. Ti laoie8' BLACK USLEHOSE all sues. 29c pair i Mr Uenwi" �vv days in Hie of Vancouver, spant Miss in iitu Fied-i llai'ell is suffering from 1. ni' tlermaii iii'mhIps. Mr ami Mr Al-hin Frye liav,> rc iitt'iii'il to New Iiaytoti after spendinK | a few days in the ritv.   '  Word lias been rrei'ivpd from Mrs As'iuiHi. formerly of l-Pthbrldge, hut now resiiliiiK in Vancouver. that 'Captain Asouith is expecting to return '"ti i more procu! abb ;it any pfc 25c yard WHITE LISLE HOSE all sizes. 39c pair tav bv mis \V. Hi" I' 111 Willi! Ionian a �' illll'I.U'e 11" c rem i h a i There has been a big demand (or the new LINOLEUM Advertised at reduced prices We were very heavily stocked but have a comnlete assortment yet and offer these special prices ior a few days. - ! Printed Linoleum, per yard.............87V2C New Process Linoleum, per yard.......... . 75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard.............$1.62Mi and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard.............1... 62V2C all the new patterns are shown. we invite you C. G. OLANDER 524 thirteenth street north * * *   ? ? � ? * WEDDINGS v v *  *i The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. j O. 1> E.. arkuowlcdge with thankn the following knitting of soldiers' com-forts for March. 19LS: Socks, palls: l' Miss O'Hagan. 7 Aflss Tllney; 1 Mis.) Colpman, 1 Mrg. Ruasel. 1 Mrs. Simp-son. 2 Mrs. (iuiibault Mrs. narrow-\ man. fi Mrs. H. Taylor. 2 .Mrs. (iray, I 1 Mrs. Devlnp. 2 Mrs. Scott, Sr. 2'. Mrs. DavicH, (1 Mrs. Morris. I Mrs. K. J. Kill. 1 Miss Tilley, 2 Mrs. Haley. I | MiBB Fllmer, 4 Miss Fisher. 2 Mrs.: James. ' Hardli'ville. 2 Mrs. MlteheH. Hardlevillo, 2 Mrs. Keeve, New Day-, ton. 3 Miss MeNabh, II Miss Dingwall.! We Are Ready to Supply the GARMENTS For WOMEN BOYS' And MEN In which you will be dressed right. There is nothing better made for women than "Queen Quality." Our line of boys' suits is die acknowledged leader. Our Custom made garments for men and women will fit you perfectly and be made in the correct style. crease iu iii^uMftaiu:? as l^ine goes on. In a bill to amend the sejiool oidin-atu-i' now be-.'ove the Alberta legislature, one clause provides iliai the board of every town school situated iu whole or in part within the limits Of any Inco.-poratud city shall employ a doctor to ii '-poet the pupils in the ichool at least once during thu teriu. The board of every town district is also given power to provide free nniii CBl, dentai and surniciil treatment lor pupils or classes of pupilg us It may determine The report liutliPr ret'omnieuds that ' all Instruction in the public schools should be given in Knglish, and that the teachii./ of a tion-Knglish language should be permitted only after the regular school hours. I'nder the ' influence of airitators. the foreign born settlers here and there, may desitv to establish lii-lingual schools, but in : moat .rases tlie.r'do not. Tliey ib'siie the'.i- clillilreii iu have all the advantages which the children of Knglisii-Kpcukitt.? settlers possess; and one of these advantages, they fully rec agnize, is a rloar understanding of the Knglish language. The married man will not remain lon^ in the o aching profession unless | Ilia position luii some guaranty of per- j '. luanency, and his-salary is udeiiuate : to supper: his family. Manitoba has � attempted to meet the first, condition ! by encouraging the building of teach j ieis' dwellings. Alberta proposes to ! meet the second, at least iu rural schools, by i -alili-diing a fixed mini- 1 i iiiiiiu salary, anal the btll now before ; Iho lpgisliuure contains this signifi-; pant clause: 'Notwithstanding any-i thing in any agreement to the con-I trary. every teacher in an ungraded * school shall be entitled to re- j reive a minimum salary of $70 per month, or S84n per year, pruvideil, 1 however, that upon an luspeetor of schools cerlir.viuK alter investigation ! that in in.-, opinion it would ho a hardship on the district to' pay such ; .salary- the minister may authorize a! | less salary to be paid." ' The foundations oT our political and i social life are bring laid, and is it wls� j I to employ any but muster-workmen* l No, the iiiighiTy work can only be performed by men and women of courage und vision who, free from petty financial cares, have heard and re i sponded to the clear call that has 1 come to them, "to make this new land not only a worthy part of tho llrltish F.mpire and the commonwealth of nations, hut to make It that portion of Hod's earth where civilization shall reach its highest point." ladies' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE � all sizes. 59c pair REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 17V2C yard ladies' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE all sizes. 69c pair real linen CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 19c yard black silk BOOT HOSE all sizes. 49c pair 10-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS 1 � $2.25 pair 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 very SPECIAL 11-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS $2.75 pair 2-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All ilzes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 , THE "LEADER" MAKE. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 20c pair C"'""" Tailor THAELL m T"rJ A"'"W & NEW ARENA Montreal. April 4.-tTio Arena Company which owns tho land on which the arena wan destroyed by fire some months ago is having plans prepared for u new arena and if the rott is not ] too high, il Is proouble the new building will ho begun is tho neur future. supports countess, tol6toi . Uiudon, Apr 5. -- The Hplshevikli government, recording to a Iteutor