Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY. APRIL 5. 1918 THE LETttfsRIDGE -'*-W---H-JiJ- lll-JU- JU IJ- D \T!.Y I ! IIAL1) in the Lelhbridr i PHONB 1224^ >: >> blessed rays shall Bhina. THE LITTLE STAR IN THE WINDOW Bhall Tim little star in the window beacon our boy's return. : i An IiIk eyes are Hot. to the homeland : : : : : >> : : > : > when ihe can oi' ihe guns shall I reuse; promuit time the wnr-raaked j jn u,e flue's high conaicllatioii, through the ages it shall burn /l pledge of bin heart's dovntion, A sign of his people's peace. At. the world instead of casting aslrto poetry ' n.-i something not required. seems to look upon it as almost a necessary way of expressing our deepest. 1'eolingK ::n. k. PERSONAL Mrs. C. Stevenson, of Quebec Citv, is the guest of Mrs. .1. W. Mc.Mlcol. Miss Ij. Lindsay left: this morning 1 to spend several days in Great Falls Dean Ursoubaeh is spending a month in Salt, Lake City with relatives. � � Mr. tlenwick, of Vancouver, spent a few days in the city. * * * Miss Freda Hagell is suffering from an attack of Uorm.au measles. * Mr. and Mrs. Aiehin Frye have returned to New Dayton after spending a few days in the city. m t Word lias been received from Mrs. Asquith. formerly of Lethbridge, but now residing in Vancouver, that Captain Asquith is expecting to return oh a three months 'furlough. Capt. There has been a big demand for the new EUM Advertised at reduced prices We were very heavily stocked but have a complete assortment yet and offer these special prices for a few days. .. ;j " " "! Printed Linoleum, per yard............. 87*/2C New Process Linoleum, per yard........... 75c Inlaid Linoleum, per yard............. $1.62*/2 and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard.............1. .. 621/2C ALL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL. C. G. OLANDER 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH i Asquith enlisted I Highlander? here. | . * >� | Mrs. F. J. itendarson ,of Bow Island, is visiting her daughter Mrs. J. Henderson. I * Mr. n. T. Bryiiilwr left this' afternoon for Calgary. n iii * Master Billie Davidson, who has been quite ill with pneumonia, Is getting along nicely* \ ' Mrs. Hall, of Bp.w Island, has returned after spending a few da; with friends in Lethbridge. # � ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The call of the Next of Kin who hold a tag day tomorrow should not need urging. F.voryone is asked to take some small share in this most worthy cause. The following little verse makes an eloquent appeal on their behalf. Follow it up: G1VU Give until you wcel that you Cannot give another sou! Give until you're, broke, and then Make some coin to give again! What is all you give away? There in Flanders yesterday Was a soldier, fine and true, Who gave up lii.s life for you. - Detroit Free Pre.-i*. * + �> There will be a special meeting of N., tonight, (Friday) at S o'clock, home of Mr. E. A. Scott, 128 liltli St. the S. O. K and P. ? : ��>>�>�*�>> About one hundred and fifty people were present in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium to hear the Easter recital given by the vocal and piano pupils of Mr. H. McG. Young .All performed creditably and it would be hard to make special mention of any one. Those taking part, in the public recital were \udrey Jones, Kathleen Quinn, Myrtle Rose, Avril Little. Janet Mclivena, Thelma Fitzpatrick, Hilda McMillen. Anita Crawford, Eugene Farrow, also Gladys Tufetland, Jeanne Malo, Kuth Carey and Omer Malo, of Taber. On account, of illness or being out o" iown, Reta Aird, Erika Olander, Verna Gray, Thelma Nobles and Jessie Bick-ell were unable to take part. ? > ? ??*>� : > � �> PAGE FIFTEEN 1 EAT THIS AD. Girl controlling the of the Gas Plants o" tin don, now operated cut in \ i! j \ ' �� in une city of Lon-ly by women. 2 Mrs. Johnston, 2 Mrs. Lillpy. Warner. '} Miss Sherlock. ]" Mrs. Cameron, B Mrs. Norris. -1 Mrs. Al.-Crcady. C Mrs. Horn. Schools: ii.'> Fleetwood, a!) High School, k:: Westminster, 70 Oalbraith. 185 Central, -i) wash cloths, Fleetwood. Alterations: Airs. Henderson, Mrs. jWaynanl. Mrs. Anderson and Miss McKelvie. Total lli'j pairs. So great has been the response to our advertisement of last. Tuesday detailing these SPECIAL VALUES AND PRICES IN DRY GOODS AND HOSIERY that we think it only right to offer those who may have inadvertently overlooked 'Oiir previous advurthicmenl. the opportunity of benefiting by such unprecedented ehuiu'e of securing staple goods at: LESS THAN QUOTED WHOLESALE PRICES. We will alsti repeat our slogan of last Tuesday "Our Reputation is Behind This Selling Event." And you can he assured thai by anticipating'your future wants and purchasing ;:ow, you can effect a saving,of 35 to GO per cent, in Fail prices; 10-4 WHITE "ALLIES" MAKE $1.79 BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY WHITE FLANNELETTE Wor&h today 20c I3V2C yard LADIES' BLACK LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 29c pair EDUCATIONAL NEEDS English price. STRIPED FLANNELETTE make. No more procurable at any 25c yard LADIES' WHITE LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 39c pair .:. .> .% FULLB5R-THOJISEN At the residence of H. A. Lillibridge r.15 12th .'-St. A. Nofeth, Wednesday at | yocat*u!ial l,ra,,un5-S p.m., a)''pretty .-liouse wedding was Rolemnized, that United in marriage Frederic Clarence Fuller of Barnwell, and Ruth Caroline Tho.msen. Only linear relativep and friends were present. Mr. Fuller is a well and favorably known rancher of the Barnwell district The bride is a graduate nurse The following extracts are taken from an interesting article by W. ! Hverard Edmonds regarding the | Teachers' Convention which is now j \ in session in Edmonton and which i j several of our Lethbridge teachers j I are now attending: j I The annual convention of the Al- j herta Educational association winch meets in Edmonton this week, should : remind us oi! the prominent place ' that education holds today in the de- ! velopment of the Canadian West. ; Apart from our legislative halls, the ! finest public buildings are the schools. ! colleges and universities now to be I found in every, western province. j That our own province is awake ; to the iieeds of the time.^and is pre- � pared to revise its educational system to meet.these needs is evidenced by the increased attention 'given to An. entirely new factor has been., interjected into the situation in. lite problem of the returned soldier, and this interesting phase or educational work must increase in.im^oijjUnce as time goes on. In a bill to amend the school ordinance now before the Alberta legislature, one clause provides that the WHITE FLANNELETTE ISritish _ mokes. No more procurable at any price. 321/4c yard LADIES' BLACK LISLE HOSE ALL SIZES. 49c pair WHITE LONGCLOTH Cambric and Cotton. 20c yard LADIES , BLACK CASHMERE HOSE � ALL SIZES. 2 pairs for 99c REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING All White. 17v2c yard LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE r ALL SIZES. 59c pair from Benjamin, Utah. After a short (board ot every.',: town School situated honeymoon trip they will be "at home" on the ranch near Barnwell. 1 ?* *!* 1 > > > I" ? * * SOCKS REPORT > The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. I. O. D. B., acknowledge with thanku the following knitting of soldiers' comforts for March, 191.5: Socks, pairs: 1 Miss O'Hagan. 7 Miss Ttlney; 1 Mrs. Colpman, 1 Mrs. Russel, 1 Mrs. Simpson, 2 Mrs. Guilbault, 3 Mrs. Barrow; man, fi Mrs. H. Taylor, 2 Mrs. Gray, 1 Mrs. Devlne, 2 Mrs. Scott, Sr., 2 Mrs. DavieB, G Mrs. Morris. 1 Mrs. E. J. Kill. 1 Miss Tilley, 2 Mrs. Daley. 1 Miss FHmer, 4 Miss Fisher, 2 Mrs. James,'Hardieville, 2 Mrs. Mitchell, Hardlevllle, 2 Mrs. Reeve, New Dayton, 3 Miss McNabb, 3 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 the acknowledged leader. in whole or in part witiiin the limits of any Incorporated cit,y shall employ a doctor to inspoct the pupils in the school at least onpe during the term. The board of every town district is also given power to provide free medical, dental and surgical treatment for pupils or classes of pupils as it may determine. The report further recommends that all instruction in the public schools should be given in English, and that the teaching of a non-English language should be permitted only after the regular school hours. Under the influence of agitators, the lorejgn-born settlers hero and there, may desire to establish bi-lingual schools,-but in most cases they'do not. They desire their-children to have ail the advantages which the children of English-speaking settlors possess; and one of these advantages, they fully recognize, is a clear understanding of the English language: The married man - will not remain long in the teaching profession unless his position has some guaranty of permanency, and his-salary is adequate to support his family. Manitoba has attempted to meet the first condition by encouraging the building of teachers' dwellings. Alberta proposes to meet the second, at least in rural schools, by establishing a fixed minimum salary, and the bill now before the legislature contains this signifi- j cant clause: "Notwithstanding anything in any agreement to . the con-: trary. every teacher in an ungraded school shall be entitled to receive a minimum salary W $10 per month, or |S4� per year, prpvided, however, that upon an Inspector of schools certifying after investigation that in his opinion it would lie a hardship on (lie district to' pay such j salary the minister may authorize a | less salary to ho paid." j The foundations dt our political and social life are being laid, and is it wise to employ any but master-workmen? No, the mightly work can only be performed by men and women of courage and vision who, free from petty financial cares, have heard and responded to the clear call that has come to them, "to make this new land not only a worthy part of the British Empire and the commonwealth of nations, but to make it. that portion of God's earth where civilization shall reach its highest point." REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 17V2C yard LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE ALL SI2E8. 69c pair REAL LINEN CRASH TOWELING COLORED BORDER. 19c yard BLACK SILK BOOT HOSE ALL 8IZE8. 49c pair 10-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS $2.25 pair �a 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE _ All sizes. Black only. *; 3 pairs, $1.00 ^ VERY SPECIAL NEW ARENA Our Custom made garments for men and women will.fit you perfectly made in the correct style. an d be Custom Tailor F. THAELL m whaw-i Montreal. April 4.-Ae Arena Company which owns tlio land on which the arena was destroyed by fire some months ago is having plans prepared for a new arena and if the <.-ogt is not too high, it is probable the' new building will be begun in the near future. 11-4 FLANNELETTE SHEETS $2.75 pair 2-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 THE "LEADER" MAKE. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 20c pair 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 45c pair 1-1 RIBB CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Black only. 3 pairs, $1.00 WORTH MORE WHOLESALE. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 75c pair INFANTS'SUPERIOR HOSE IN WHITE AND BLACK. 50c pair An old number, worth 35 per cent, mora. SUPPORTS COUNTESS TOLSTOI London. Apr. 5. - The Bplshevikii' government,, according to a Rcutor despatch ^-frofii^aBetro/grad, has Voted a yearly grant'-Tjf 10,000 rouble's -toil Countess TolHtoi, widow of the late Count Tolstoi. i Stocking Yarn In Grey and Khaki. $1.79 per lb. Worth today $3.00 lb. ALL WOOL MENDING " BLACK ONLY 6 cards for ,25c FOUR PLY Black Fingering Yarn "LEADER"' MAKE $2.25 per ft. Worth today $3.00 lb.