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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OAH.Y PAGE NINE Diliiycd IJy J'inrltcr Men In Ihc t'niiuullk'Ji trriml Our Own r'tTr'ipMiiUnll I'l.iiclior t'rtcli, April from causing coiuhlornljlo Jolty tn (In. nnInK work nil Ilio land, Ij'j nil preraiallcmi nro tclnf duly innili lor n iCcdliiK 01 >OOI1 II (OIXllllDIK Mill I'CriMll. Till [icrcufto to lio ILI la bMlnmlci nwax anu Rbo'ro RiiyliilnK yol record A great deal of cummer fnllowlnj i dono'lait jour nnil Hiring when will Lo lown CAtenilvely. Tho labor proposition in far hi not caused any Inconvenience but ilaubttoui ninny men will bo need cJ In Uifs dlilrlcl. l.loul. A. 0. Iliiclmn lljtcJ vurnilod In Iho rocont casualties I a brother of Mn. r. W, Utidiny. Won! iccolvfrt licro today dm l.loul. II. a. Dhnsilalo "on Bcverel ivbumtr-.d. W03 resident of FiBjibuni, lira. (J..E. Allison and children ar leaving lor, Kucx. Oil tonight o uecounl ol Ihp'-lllneis. All sou's mother..' .Mr. nnd MrtvJ. llonoymnn of Var couver arrived In town on Jlondny c roulo to Encnil tho Bummer with -Mr Waller MarcclluB of Flaliburn. Ml Honoyman IB collected tu nrrlvo uls in a few days, Quito an was evinced members of this district In tho en tic show lu Calgary last C. McClcllanil o( FiBhburn inircliaEi tho Jyl prize 2 year old ijhorllioi bull at a price or {515.00. .Mr. nnd Mrs. John llcrron left f Winnipeg tonight (or an IndeDul stay. F. W. GoilsaL who has been visit! at the coast all winter, returned bis liorao at Cowley. Dr. Dubuc la to Icavo tonlgbt I Cnlgniy lo entiat with tbc A. M. nnd exiiccls Lo proceed overseas I mediately, Mrs. pubuo aud EOII v. to to Winnipeg (6 reside dnrlng-L doctor's absence. Word .received yesterday II 1-ancfrCorp. George iCo.t, who 1 Leon la Uia trenches Tor a long II la very HI with pneumonia. Mrs. (Dr.) .Miss and Melville ol OUawa, arrived, here on Wednesday last and will reside for Eomotlnio In their old home. Mr.-John Hyde sncnL (.lie week-end the Bucat of his uncle, F. O. Hyde ol LclMjrldRc, ilr. and Mrs. Macintosh and fam- ily ot Cardslon, arrived here on Fri- day last and Tor a few days were the of Mr.'and Mrs. McKorr- Ichcr. They have now uj) tholr abode Iii Ihc Dobblo Mr. 'Macintosh has been ma linger ot -Jfae for the past- five" years ''nnd has purchased the creamery hero from .Mr. MeKcr- ilchor. He hellcvcs there Is unbound- ed possibilities Tor a prosperous busi- ness In that line here and IE'making every, effort to make The dealli ol -AVilhelm .Ernest Bralke .occurred on Thursday." April 12tii, p.L the home of his daughter, Jlra. Frank Crook. Deceased was cx- nclly 77: years, of age, having passed, away on' his 'birthday. The funeral was on from" Lhc Crook'residence to the Lutheran church and In tho Lulhcr- an cemetery1. ON "HOHTKSS" TO'VIKIT CANADA' WITH BEAUTIFUL NEW RUGS, NEW CURTAINS..... CHINTZ, CRETONNES, MAR- QUISETTES, VOILES, PLAIN COLORED BOOK SPOT MUSLINS, FINE QUALITY NETS You will find all these New Goods in the "Bay" Housefurnishmg Dept. The OountcBB Jo Turciynou'lsz. of Poland, formerly Miss Laura Black' U'dl or aitil St. Callmrlncs u'Hh her HUlo daughter, Wanda Jolanrta, tho-'eldest of tbc family and her twin boyg, Stanlalnw I'lotc anil WladtBlaw Pnwcy. Thc.Countcafl will lour Canada in Iho Interests of (ho 1'ollsh lied Crots. Her caatlo was sulzed by Von Hlndenburg la bis Polish drive anil sho was in a dp to upon lilcn. MI LAD I s PHONE WINDOW SHADES add to the beauty of Your Home, We allVu'd you n splendid clioicc in nil widths ill you I'c.quirc window shades. Get the "Hay's" price first. We keep one best." There is Beauty in Linoleum3 You prove this if you visit Hie "Buys" Linoleum .Section. Yoiu- choice is varied in all AVe have paUcrns suilablc for any 'room. Spring Clean-Up Throughout iliEannc'ar'- cnco 'of the, reveals accuniula ilona of antl other re- _ p'wlng lo Ihc .covering fuso, a'rc'nof vl'slljlc'during tho win- ter. For..this It Is nccessar> thai an outdo or. clean-up'be imdcrlak en, as Indoor.. To'accom pllah Ihis" 'systematically, "clean-up wccV' hns nnd has.proved succesgrur'Iri Indue Ing many municipalities lo adopt cf ficlonl m' tho Preparations should he undertaken onco Tor 'this annual cvpnt. Th people' must be educated lo n Ihor ough overhauling of their pr both Inside and out. Much useless material, probably Ilio accumulationiol years, will bo Founil serylng only lo linrbor .dusLV-Thls should bo'cllher disposed ol to Ihoso who uso It or destroyed. Fires ot apparently'un- known origin can frequently he traced to IhcGo accumulations In altfcs or otlier storugu Bpaces. Clean them'out, and, Instead ol won dcrlnp what'to do with th'cm, (here be a teallng of relief thnt they arc goric. Clean up the area around the homo. tHaposo of tho and surprised al Iho extent of gorricn'you Mr. and MrJi.'G. IL Harmoa are In Calgary. J s Tho ladies ol tho DapUst church will sew at the Red Cross rooms to- morrow afternoon; "Mr. nnd Mre. nlchard Urcli of Mqrr- nrcli, icii -lasl p night1 for -Rochester, Minn., where Urch will conauH An Informal !dance for patriotic purposca ivlll be glvciri hy'thc nrlmify Lssoclatlon ot Lhc Latter Day SainU hurch In the S. Of 13.--hall on Friday Civlo Club will be held night -al "ilrs. llurnett's residence. Tho !cutlvo will meet and-lhc gcn- :ral mcellng la dies' s'bciciy of ot F. and E. will meet for Red Crosi sewing tomorrow afternoon at tli< homo ot Mrs. -J. W. Tearinnl, 1227 6th Avc. A. south. The al the-lludson's Da: very popular, yesterday aftcrnooi vhen the SI TV-Alexander.' Gait cbaji R. II. Dftvidsdri wa'a sasisted-'by Mrs FalrflQliI, '-Miss' Miss Me Kclvlo and Jlisa Mary Simpson. 1 'rV Jr o CROSS Tho fact that tho'-.women''of lirlilgo arc nyways do their. part? yester- day, -when fll least seventy-five of them busy, nlt-llic Red Cross rooms, -'A! splendid'-amount of utrk was accomplished. Thin efforts to meet the present, need ow- ing to the heavy casualty lists, Is very greatly appreciated, and It is hoped that all who'have discontinued sewing for a tlmo will Lo able to be- gin again soonr ami.others members of 'the'.Eastern ,tar.--arc .asked to.-'meet -at the. lied rooms .tomorrow', afternoon, r 'Forbes '.who hia ;bCEii Utho ruest'of' Mis. Leech, re- li'ijr Lpmo in 'Galsary.' The ladles of Nanaimo'are eBtab- ishlng a mocK parliament In order, to become proficient In parliamentary practice. '.-T.' Miss Enid GUI and Miss Edith. Mc- uiald who have leeii the. puG5.Ls.rpI Jlrs. have relur'ncd to their IIODICS In Cranbrook. Tho nen- chapter of the I. O. D._K. tfill'iEorye Lea at -Mrs. Beaton's lea room ne.vl to- the Orpbeum theatre next Tuesday Gflerncon from 3 to Tlicre will also IJG a table. N. J. SpTOule, ol Grassy I.aUe, has; arrived from the uasL tends to. spend sonic time visiting Vancouver and other coast Vancouver Sun. Mrs. 'Hugli Donnan of this city, whose husband is in (he ircr.zhcs, Is .working in the war office in IjCnilG- according to a letter received. In Ujc city'the beginning 6C the wecfo Irom% hours arc from 9 to 5.30 indvshe often sees Mrs. L. tone "ami Tet form- erly ot this city, who arc working In ho Cross offices. Mrs. Donnan say's .that Capt. L. -.M. Johnslbne re- verted lo a. lieutonacy and has 50110 ;o the front. Llcut.-Col. I'ryce-Joncs Las reverted to a majority in' "ihe, !iopes of goliig to Franco In the near [utllTC. done lltllo or 'notlilng- hav.q at onco their -responsibilltj-.j-ant] Join In thts great Ari-.urEent inVifa- lion to corae to Uio Red' Gro53 rooms UAUGI1.M ELLIOTT. On. Monday at Knox church, Hev. W. F. Rums united in marriage Mr Gerald Thomas Elliolt and Miss Doris Las eUa Haughman, bolli1' 'or T ravers. Messrs. R, P. Wallace and B. Alnsworlli were Lhc witnesses. cacli Wednesday, is. extended lo" Montana. Yesterday' nt Wesley parsonage Miss Martha McAlpluc and James Laird Kshon, Loth of Xanton, were married, [lev- .1. B. Francis perform- ing Hi's ceremony. Sir. and Mrs. Eshon will rcsido al Great Fnlls, parcntly useless'surroundings of homo.' As. an I he _ _ ______.. ...._____ will bo cultivate from-tho ap- the 'municipal authorltlea, should do I Friday and Saturday Specials Queen Quality, Broken Sizes j e of Thlt Make In the Store for Two Days pnly. t Special ak Vkl Kid and Button and Lace Styles. e some lines wUh the common heels. Would be good for Misses' School Shoes; EJ. Nelson Go. SHERLOCK BUILDING their part. There should be an early start mnrte on "atrcct cleaning anfl.lha openltig up of outing spaces, nnd'pro mada for the removal of the. refusei'gathered by the house; Canada's season fo'r ouldoor life la riot long, and It-should not be shorten- ed by delay in, cleaning up and making presentable our gardens, streets and open spaces. j MAY PURCHASE BIG PLANT 'Apr. wog reported here yesterday tlinl nn agrconicnt 1ms hccn virlnally reached vrhereLy- Uic OnEnrio hydro '..cleclric ''comj- mTssiou will ijurchaso the plant of the Onlnrlq company :at-Niagara Slv Adam Beck, chaTrman o the commission, and F. A. Gaby, hy away .ami I was not poaslhlc (o confirm the pur chase officially, Lul It Is understood thai the ratification or Sir Adam Beck was all that was.'nccdtd lo complete Ihc deal. 7-; 'The Ontario power about horse-power. The defalli of tgrccment have not been learn LUXURA CHOCOLATES Special blgh Rradc diocolaLcs, Land dipped. -Manufactured by Hudson's Bay Co., In our OWD factory at Wlontpen. 2S cllfCcrcnt varJetJcs. Priced, per pound.......... 50c Do You Need WALLPAPER A. wondiiri'ul assortment of moderate in-iced wnlliMipci'K to select from in plciising designs iind and look our siimplcs over. BRASS CURTAIN RODS In all qualities and ElyTeE. We mention a few for your selection: BRASS RODS. For cash curtains. 9C- 2 far I5c and 2 for iOC BRASS RODS. silver ends. 2 tor BRASS RODS. Polished Brass Ends. Each BRASS RODS. Polished Brass Ends. 7B fnches long. Each Goose Neck Rods. Single Style. Each 25 cents and 25c 20c 35c 35c ng under'cur- DOUBLE GOOSE NECK RODS. Specially made for Uins anil uver draiicrlGS at a small cost. Extending to 5 4: inches. Set Extending1 lo 78 inches. Set 75c Look to the .'Bay', forBoot Shoe Values It sceiiis almost an iinpossiljllily t6 offer such higli grade the Prices Quoted iii tins "Bny's" PuL'chiisiiig- Power, solves the problein. Liiflies' GJininietnl Button a'iid Lsulics' Patent aiid Kid Pumps Bliielicr Boots'. with heel arid medium heavy iplVsiz" At one vrico n 4Q "mP- wlath3- All. the latest stvle with long or short mp. Narrow widths. o nQ Special, pair OtJ" Ladies' nigh Top Patent Button or Bluchei1 Boots With kid top or plain black kid bullon and blucher lioots. All new lasls.r OA Special price at, pair Cliildreii's Tan Calf JJuttoii and Or Lace Boots Wide tiUlnB. .A good shoe for dress IfCll'sBOX Calf BlllCllCl1 B' OOtS or school. Very special value at o nn '-'at pair. Cliildreii's Vici Kirt Button or Lace Slincs Bluchcr Boots. Llock toe anil wido [itLing. A splen- uiu shoe for school wear, n Sizes 2fe lo 'At special rrice J.ta In qiiji'lty'ivllh black or red r ftA 'sole. Sizes O.UU- With or without leather lining. This shoe" Is suitable for. a semi-dress shoe or light Wilh hard solo. Sizes Z lo 5. nn work. Friday-aiid Saturday, Priced .'Special at, pair "JC at, pair o OQ JiOJ 'S KINDEKGARTEN CLOTH Specially adapted for children's wear. -30 inches 300 POUNDS SCOTCH FOPR .PLY WOOL fn: light grey or khaki. Specially priced. 1 Cfl' per pound 100 ONLY, JAPANESE POTTED LILIES 5 to 7 bloom. Divided Jnto-Lwo lots Tor Quick selling SaLurdaj- Oniy.......................... 50c CARNATIONS ned, white or pini. Sntiii'dtiy Only, i3n 500 RICHMOND ROSES' Kcgnlai- -fioO rtoz..Sahirday Only, clox. Jl.QQ FERN SUPPLIED WITH CUT FLOWERS. Flour is advancing steadily. but here, is an opportunity'to pi'olcd yonrsclt against high prices. GENTENMAL. 41 Ib. sack. Special, per sack ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR.' 43 Ib. Sack. Special per sack ;2.G5 Grocery Dept. News for Friday and Saturday of. Quality Goods at Special Prices Best Grnniiliilcil 10 99C Limit three'sacks to cuslomer and only sold.wUh-ollier groceries. Cooking Molassrs. 2 and 5 Ib. '1C- tins. Special, for both IOC. "i Ib. for Special JOC Apple Butler- Regular 35c. While It laslJ- Per Canned Ccrn. Special, 2 cans V for............................. Cooking Onion'e.'; v 9C- 4 Ibs. (or Apples. or 4 Ibs. for LJC ONE HOUR SPECIAL ONLY, 10 (o 11, FRIDAY Six Cakes Laundry' Soap. Swil'Cs or Borax L'or 25c ORANGE SPECIAL 25 cases SuuliiNt While PER DOZEN 20c WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF CHICKEN SUPPLIES. OyslerShell. Special, 10 Ibs. for Z3C Crijco, 3 Ib. tins. Special Per tin ......j and 2 pkgs. for L Snidcr's Po'rjr arid Beans. Z Ib: tins .'l Special, 2 tins for Pure Ontario Honeyl 5 i'nr special l.lfO Dluc package, ftft Each l.UU Seal Brand Coffee. 2 Ib. tins DC 'Pure Lard, 3 Ib. tins. ;QC Each 53C 'A'full assortment of King Beach Jams. Raspberry, Black-currant, Green Gage and others at low prices Thi Is one of the purest jams'on the market. Lay in a supply now, prices will be.hlgher We. carry a full line or green t vegetables .when procurable. Celery; Lettuce, Cu- cunbers, Rhubarb, Ban1 anas, Grapefruit and Strawberries. ;