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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, ,M�!UL S. I'MH PACK MILADI > PERSONAL ?  I Ihf'rtlr.' (Ill SiiliirilHy iiinlit. i.tlciiy,  1 Wlli'll 111!' Mlii'Iciim of (.'rrm (Mil llclnll'n  U'c)ll�Kliitc lii'.tiUil'; KBVc an Hliil)iir.it(!  I liroiluiiiiin of 'A VlidHUiniiiPi' .Ni^lit s :\rr�. A. C Siiuudpri retiinifi| lai'dRy moriiiiiK fiom at lending llorup Show III Kdmiiiitoii. ;iiiil from B visit to CnlRory. WlilU; In � Mrn. ("loode and diniKlitcr .MaiKarel left this afternoon for St. Thomas. Onl., arter'a hIx iiioiith.;' vi.sii in l.i'lli-ibridge. Urt^aiii." as'xi^tiMl l�y fit dnin inK kM i i ol ('HlK.irv and tlu' illHlrii-t, Ir;iiiiiM liy y"^';.Mi.iH (Ua.lys .\'r)r file proiMicl 1 WHH ii dcilplii. noi only as a Caiilasiir I iiml lioaiitiliil ?(H.5( lai If, but .i> rv jnatic ijihicvf'incnl Tli(( tliirri !iien". Ilic �mi. liiinic 1 , wood. Wii:! ,iiiriii|iiccil >'. nil an .lUiinnn, Hpfi'tacic of (liinrliiK fairies in .-ih'ctr.ii ' inoonllKtil, and the i licci ,i'a\UiV\i\ solos. Uif .tli'cp diiiicc and Ih'^ dawn iiiinibci. in tUo Intervals in ilic adion. I ... j � � 4. � 4 O an cxainiile of en Hdiiicn gov crn no. When one of iier lior.jcs broke ioiise and ntrayed into lielqhiioi r.ardens. slic fined lieisi'lf t(-'n doll.-ii uii(| paid tile line proiiniil:. . Many lieuiiflfiil MiIiiks in ml wiic .slilelidldly pi'i liet"',, i],,. |ii||,i|r m llie Art Kxliiliilion lo'ld in Krlinoiiiou for lour 'i.iy.s of s'.liich liieMd.r. e^ ' ii 'lU; was (lie olflnll lllllllllK I'i.e l.lllle liiilldInK ��! ^ a N'lilalile .-iii '.i'! ly where every lii;iii(ii ficni IIm' iniMi'ilo lieniiininy-- laiinii' i'l ih- ti  Kra'l-ill the schools In the .oil-' ti !) !i' 1 eoniioissenr Ikm n ; � :'.i' I �.� rti;i!;i' (Ml A Kieai tie.il ol' liine. 'iiMiiL'h' .�ind ixpen.se liad iieen Hi.cil 1 , Ihe ari.lllKinK "l Hie lifl'cn dc;i;i i l .ne.i; hi(h ax 1 Illpl i file,.,! in the (litv (Tbuicbce iir; ' �', :;ii, iniiioi I'l -O' ie(\ . iTVi.e Th :.irif ii '� Ilil, W .m|. ol 1 iie I' �' ,1 . 1' 111 . l.ej United r.ii;. -f-h--~\' iiu Mi- II. U\ Hedl. �Ihe s 1. wceK ,\'i l! In I lii'ins; Mie llie iniU h. Id 111 VMieri is III *  , ej ; uOl i I. IIVOII. Illl"|lle Oil' of . ;hi- 1 I'" nil' ill -.1 � 'I KnoK CHorrh - r M o'l link. I e^�,\ll ,: II Hie Hoard of Miirr 111" vemry. .r v inoniiily niei'iim' .diMs'oiiiirx .-'(I......�� ,-l hool IlC'T.I. i'- 1 will i,c tal-ei W. Ihe junior nn'l i' will nieei in s in.Ill V o'(d')i K'. CI \ i' e :�: iiiiinloM w il Im� h  I Wesley Cliio'.h n Ihe l-ii � n III . ' loll �(O' ol V nil d '1 !o ( ho Cyp :sn'r. Ct u' .iiini.ii C 11 r.o allendanec oi \ oiiiii- ^�: -ceiioii. I.elhhridr" !i ileietaiion iioin oni ... a lioiil In iiienih* ' > : i and \ieinii>. .\inoii^ v.li ilil sen! di h (;;r e, \'i esley. ltapti,t mid 1 �ni 1 !( * **' > ? WEDDINGS ml \n 1, : .'10 Ill-ill, l.irwe 'he Kirs-Iiul:.':; .It-. wi'ii 1 il liri'li;.' . Iiuirhe;, Kii'..\ li'- 1. 11. . ChurtJi. - \1. GENGnAL Mrs. Brymner, Mr:'. Hovvnian and Mr.Chunh. with several of their party of younj? people who went to daiirc in i.'alnary. returned last iiiKlu.  .  Mlsj Preston, who has liecn vislf-JnK her RlRter, .Mr^. It. Davldsiui, loft tor Calgary last nmht.  *  .Ml8!l MaeDonald retii'tied thin inor liing from atfendlns the tea : > * > : : � : ? > o � SOCIETIES : * > : ; ; > � I' ni.iy h i\ e 11. siilion c il' 4^^  ii-.e ho. �.Iii.\- il' ' f Uni ineellfl, |i'.irsil;r �.�nine ill 1 p 1. children. liaH returneii to tlranuiii uf-, Kuox, ( raiu. ier a Hhort vlall. In LethbrldKe. Th" Itehckah.-^ will ine'i at the Ited ("ros.s roiiins lomerrow cmimij; h' 7 ilil for ifwiUK.  �  The N'exi-oldSi�)l!M: .\ unlet weddiii*; look phiee last Sat iirdiiy eveiiip),- in i'onn.i ii;:ir Miti.^i.ms ; \'. lien .Miss llcisi.-' Osiiorne ol (Jr.i.'sy I Lake. ..\lt>eila, was united In man la;-,'' i lo .Mr. Leo W'ii.iaiiis in I'oalrtalc. .XI 'beria, the l!ev. Oliver L. Curtis of mIk! ciirisfian i hurcli. (nficiatiiijt. The vouiiK ciniple �wiill make tueir liotiie at ! (�oaldale. What hi ll'lllieioik I froikt? I.i ihin;; most I'l'iliaps the ones paeke.l .1 id 1. � � ile lo ':. �rarv i|ii lecdfnl .; hesi full of i i !|. 111. ti.eill . lails � ai.�omits oi t.i.' Ii. �. ' across 111" -tree' .iiel of lii 111' hahy has je i; ii �! i . ,.n , hov. .lininiy it- {;ii)Wiic. .ci; o I lollies, ilil.I tre'ttIK; |.i lo.di ''i i his daddy- every dm .md �! j'l'OW lip to he Icitf � .� ;..|,i. it will bo all I ii'lr �' ..' . leilers that are of. ":�� t lei the noltHer iH'fore in- ,�..( . lop. lust eoumioiiriici' leiii. I tell of evcryila;. h i'-,. u .r , home, and of fli.> love ,i;,.i ; I lha: ai-e in ki'cpiiif; for hi'n '1 . . I .. I oni ... are til.. II.1'. d.. 'il'iihor-' .'. oi^d- ,rid ..� � -ill l:l . lilo- If :,1 I i' ti.iin (, Il r IBI i,-. n ' .1 mil' n I III Chi-isti.sn  . lii.i . �', o: �ii.' hnli.s V Incs.liiv com for ill. We.Ui. siTa-, Choii' piii. Ii III. III. � -_ I' dii. .�i.i\ f( Church.-No'ii's i \loii.l,i,- n'-ch' ;'l ;i,' . ., 111.' iifeliioiin 'o l"a;;i.iis ria\. niiihl at V -p lo �" 'I'hiii s'l.iy nii'lit lid ti i lepiii.. Ill' '�! in sliiiri III ARRESTED I.COO. Minn.'iipoii . -\pi iioiisaiid nieii of dill not have tlieir , or olhc:' crc'len' iai Il kin 1 . ,\.^;iilv on.. II11 il .11 > a^e. \\ i'o rcc,i ;. .ii lull c.i 1 lis ' \v it ii 1 hi-ni w .re in'.i casoi.ly lifre i., � ni>;h! '�.id h- Wiien the police r.iiih.l pool rooms '>��>.� ii"' .iiid dam e haiiH ye terday .Manvv.cve is till', released when they satisfi. d ulfici.iU h.i I. I iliiit they had r>'i;-t.ici| aud sent in '"� i-ii .1 I � h.ir (ineslionnaii-es. Hundreds wei.. 1 �; � iield for further In ve ^tlKai ion. � Mr. Crawford has returned from attending thu teai.her,s convention in Kdmonton. Sinister and (loln-rn;. Mr, J. Morgan, Xrom Kdmonton. 15 has returned The Youiip Women's Auxiliary of the liaptlst (hurcli will liold tin ir Int-eiint; in the ihiircli on Tuesday nlKkt at ,s oclock. .\ full report of the ('.iris Conference will be givadie!>' Aid of tit. Putrick's will meet at the rectory tomorrow alter noon for si wing. liny tots of thi' Cradle Roll graduated to the Primary depart-tuent and receivnl their diplomau. �  . .\ jolly .afternoon was sjjent last week at the home of .Mrs Maxwell when two ears of Letlibrlilfic people motored out. Th  guests al! took their knitting. ,Mrs. Stewart of Kd tiionton. was the guest of honor. ... The following item will ho of interest, to lrf>ihbri(lge p(!Oi)le: .\ largit /lumber of people gatln red al tli. Pal liser hotel ballroom I'riday afleruoon jo wllnoss the exhibition of dam lug j iuleresting speaker, who lectures nexl by the pupils of .Miss Cl.idys .\tnee. j Friday at :; o'clock In the K,P, hail, and both .Miss Altiee and her pupils    are to be heartily coiigrainlated on th" urace und profirlency of the youiia I AH the younger members of the Sir' j .Mexiinder Oaii i haptor l.O.U.K. are, � asked to meet ct the home of .Mrs j j Starnes, Thi) 7th .Ave., S., at a quarter] to eight tomorrow evening lo form | I some sort of an auxiliary among the I girls The systematic ori^anitjal ion of; ! the girls has been a long-felt want ; i and u large aitendaiue Is urgently re ; i ((iie.stud. I    M'line. Casgr.iin, Hegenf of the Madeline de N'erchcres Chapter LO P. K. !k lonuug here next week to talk on Ki-ench relief. The Chapters at Cardston. .Macleod. .N'aiiton and Clares-holm are being asked to meet with tlie two l.ethbrtdge chanters to hear this ladies. The elass. ronslHtini: of Kathleen Southard, of Calgary, and Adair Slinp-�on. (Jwen Bowman. .lean Hryniner, Thelnia .N'obleH, Marv (Jibbon filmpnon. Hilda Church. Dori The .-Vrt Departmeni of tlie Mathes-Is club will meet ut the liorne of .Mrs. Peter Lund, )1.'4 'Jlh St. S., tomorrow afternoon at :; o'clock. �nd .Merlu O'Hagan. all of Letlihridge. ilrst gave Bome of the exeri Ises taken moKtty from the Russian Hchool. ,\Ilss Houthard, who danced in "A Mld-tiimmer Nlghfa Dream" displayed real lalent. exhibiting the ability to portray the stiff, arehaie Greok and dainty JapaneHe, without at any time losing the Interpretation or the atmosphere. Tbo Hunbonnei dance, by Adair SlmpHon. (iwen Bowman aiul Jaan Brymner, the latlor two very tiny, graceful little creatures, was an extremely reallatli: representation of children kl play and one could readily vlKuallze Ihe flower-�trewn fields from this very pretty dance. Over 1,2011 people packed the Grand The yiiung ladles oi the Protlieou Lorna j idass will meet this evening In Ihe Smith I class room at H o'clock for Ued Cross sewing.  %  Their Kxcellemies the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire were in .\loiit-| real last week for a short visit- The latter underwent a slight operation for the eye at the 'Royal Victoria Hospital, The Duke was much Interested in the military hospitals, and went to visit the convalescent soldier,s.    . Mrs. \V. r. iTlcks and tlie eight members of the J.O.C class of Kriox church returned on Saturday from attending the Girls' conferent^e In Calgary. The woman mayor of Florida There has been a bif demand for the new LINOLEUM AdTcrtiied at reduced prices � We were very heavily stocked but have a complete assortment yet and offer these special prices for a few days. Prnted Linolettm, per yard.............87V2C Naw Process Linoleum, per yard...........75c Inkud Linoleum, per yard..............$1.62^ and.............................$1.75 Floor Oilcloth, per yard...............SZVac ALL THE NEW PATTERNS ARE SHOWN. WE INVITE YOU TO.CAL,L. 624 THIRTtSNTH STReeT, NORTH Demonstration of B & I - Also The ---------- cess Corsets - r From ----------------- April 8tk to 13 th For every figure, the new styles of B. & I. nve a revelation to those who haven't seen them and a distinct advance over anything previously attempted in Canada. Every model in Modern Corsetty to suit the In.-dividual needs the multitude of wearers can he had in the Bias Filled Corset Line. The moder i corset is designed to'control the lines of the body and to give that tailored look which imparts individuality to the \veartr. This the Hiu.s Killed Corset accompJIsli of stykv and measurements, iimong which to suit ;iny fiKure. by ihcic It lutidcl t;rcat v.Trieiy can found in .selccfluK tiny of ilo'se modi Is you have al your disposal the services of Mudunie M. Hour, a special II. & 1. Cornetiere .from Toionto, who i.s ui present lu iiltetulancc in our Ciuset .sell ion who will Klve valiiiilUe aid in the prij-curitlK of the corset. Ut)M suited to your particular figure and will personally fit you. Jrrie 260 Ihe Above Are a Very Few of the Diff-erent Models We Have In Stock As We Carry a Complete Une of Both 6 & I and New Princess MISS CAMERON 604 Third Av^ � CreddLSiile of WAISTS k Sale of Georgette Crepe and Crepe-de-Cheme Waists Most Extraordinary For Three Days Only TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY A SPECIAL SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED. EM-BRACING ALL NEW MODELS AND SPECIALLY PRICED AT $ 3.89 Regular values to $7.50 See them in the Windows We consider this offering big enough ^o give il an extra large space in our ad., because the values are worthy of extraordinary mention. To be candid, we never expected to locate sucK value, but by making purchases along with the other buyers from our various branches during the Eastern buying trip, a low enough price was obtained to bring about this offering. The materials alone are worth more than tKc cost of the waist. The blouses are especially well trimmed in so many ways, that it is almost impossible to describe them, while the colors combine all the newest and popular shades. The colors include Coral, Nory, Old Rose, Maize, Black, Navy, Pink, Mauve, Etc. Some are plain with large sailor collar; others have most daintily silk embroidered fronts. Then again there are fine pleated effects, and" one specially beautiful model is of Maize Georgette with Cop-en collar and cuffs and diagonal insets of Copen Georgette across the front. A special display of these goods will be made in the window and our Ladies* Ready-to-Wear Section. Come and See Them THREE DAYS ONLY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ALL ONE PRICE $ 3.89 lUfukr Vahiei to $7.50 ;