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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TEH Ttrc i^tvinnniiiGR DAILY hfbaTJ> FProAY. ApniL m. MinES ENFORCE' ACT IN QUEBEC April If.-It it raport-M hcft llist  deUchmtnt of th* Hmmr N�rth Weal Mounted Pe-llM hM arrtvAd in Qutbtc City t* r�fv. A. il Koinic. Bay or Qulntp to AltH�rta. Ilpv S. I. W Hartrta; Rev K 31 Mathern. Hamilton. Oni . io Saa-katrbewan: Upv W O Shaw. Albprta l Hamilton. Ont : Rpv. J \V Shipr. Slualtoba to Montreal; Ror. K Val TlHon. Alberta to Bay of Qiilnlo, Rev. H. A Whalpy. Manitoba to 9a!>kai rhewan Probatlcnpra-T J. Hetklp.o. Sa* kati-he�an to Montroal: T H Nut tall. .Vaalloba to Rrltinh ��ol\iinbii� The two (ollowlnc werp left to the dpion of thp Rcnprnl utip^iriiitpti dent. H t' Suter. Npwfoundlnnd to Albprt�_ and T. O. Wplr, Nrwrotuid-land to'Alberta Inrpr'-tii fiansferc Krnp^i Crivlk. pr.i batloncr, Toronlo to Sa-ikAtchPwun: Rpv It J Merriani. Albprta to Kay of gnlntp; R.� H. A VVhaK-v, Su:.k:it I'hpwan to Manitoba. reanive STEEL STRIKERS I WliLGOeACK .N'tMv iSinsnow \ S . .^pril V -Five thousand nitii �lio liavo hi'r I nton a." such th.iiiRli at thP fiaiup tlnip fhpy offered to meet a committee of tlip mp�. Ne-Koilatlont conducted diirini: the day ypsierdajr were followed by � nuui-her of tel�ftrams to Ottawa, whkli reaulted In the promise of a royal cummlaiion to be appointed at oncp to Inqnlre Into the Frlevancps of the Tien. The atrlkers agrppd to return to work peadlnF the appointment of the coinnilaston and the reiiult of the Inrestinatlon. The ninnt slii.'t went to work laat nlnht and the day men ; in fha three plant.s returned to dulv � today. I Vfsas ^^m^A^^WAM SA1.T co, LIMjIT^O NO OPPOSITION TO SEIN F London. April 1!> -I>r Thomas II MiCarton has be-n p1p> te,l without opposition ro the house of loaiinotis for the TiiUamorc divis!o!i of Kinn's t'nunfy. Ireland lie In a S:tin FViner. Pr .\fi I arton �ns :!rrpsfpil at Unll fn.T la.-it fall and brought to Sew York to be arraigned on the ARABIAN NET CURTAINS $4.2$ Thl� i� a hand made curtain in deep ecru. Bat-tenbarc edgea and heavy design In comera. 2>, yard! long, apecial value 2 HAND DRAWN VOILE CURTAINS $4.0t Tkte quality voila. hematltched edge. Honitan laea trloimad. Drawn work dealgn mnning down on* akle and forming into large design at bottom eoraer. Ivory or ecru. SpacUl at. per ^ Ala* LifMar OeaJgna � at ............................... 3.00 SCRIM CURTAINS FOR BEDROOMS THAT ARE EXCELLENT VALUES 2^4 yarda long In Ivory or ecru at per pair, $3.S0, $3.00 down to $2.00. VERY FINE MARQUISETTE UCE AND INSERTION TRIMMED CURTAINS They come In Ivory and deep ecru, hemstitched edgee finiabed with linen edgings, 2^;: yards Ions, at per pair, * $3.75, $4.S0 and $S.SO. A SWELL STOCK OF CRETONNES AND DRAPERIES 36 inch fancy floral cretonnes in blue, pink, green, yellow and tan shades. Special, per 50C THE LINEN STOCKS ARE NOW WELL ASSORTED Can atUI ahow you Pure Linen Tabling and Napkins. 70 inch pure linen bleuched tabling at per | yard ........................................ Abo thm at.....$1.7S up to $2.2S CASEMENT CLOTH AND HEAVY DRAPERIES Hoe Bwirealata cloth, 30 Inches wide in shades of roae, green and brown. g a Pw ywnd .............................. OUC SHEETS, HLLOW SUPS AND BED SPREADS At vataM pnniUt aiz raontba ago. You know vtet Uwt Mua BOW. MERCERIZED REPPS AT - -. $1.00 3S inchea wide in rose, green and Blue. | aa Per yard............................... leVV SO INCH VELOUR DRAPERIES In blue green and wine, at a per yard ............................... �.3v UNION TABUNG AT.......8Sc Floral 85c Heavy quality half linen. 70 inches wide. Floral designs. A big value at l^ia price............................... IHE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED RED CROSS BALL AT GOALHURSI iir Own (-, rr.-aii.n'.-nt) ' oal'iiirst. April IS i'.i;i:!rirst lias lieea , il of eieitemeut >, sever- al \ery -.nt' re-ilnjt t'.nli! . irs living been held Flr.s; of .1 e w.is given il', li.>ii()r of iir (d lionxr �)e'"'' ir.iistc wn-;-y .mitre.-ifii! .tii.l ro;iiilar in Ins prie,i-it'. In nil ; -lial /mi I>:il-rlotle event* he inolx a |ir,>iiuiienl p.irt and i* will he lurl : fill his place. We eimgrntiiUU,- ;lie Taher I)eoj)le. Mrs Hosf^ ;ui>l Mi:'.;ly will move to T.:lior In tlie iie\r I'luiire. Red Cross Bail. T'le frr.-.nd Itei l'ii>s-> lull w.-is hi'M in IVniViil's hull on 1 iMiy eveniUK It ha I been well iulvei'^s .1 and the erowd that ftnthcred pre^.niel a jno tilem t;> thpeetpil to many, a string; of li�;i;s Instal- led opposite the tliealre .iiul arrnnRe m"nls made to have iV.e many aiitomo-lilies parked under p.iliee proieotlon. The two halla were lii iise during the whole evening tor diine.nn and supper was s-^rved in the ihnnh 'Miisio was supplied by .Mr ami .Mrs. Ininn-ing and .Mr. and .Mrs S. S. I>avla The final returns are not yet to hand but at present the ineome ft-om the danee has rparhed jint over Jt'.'iO no. a Very enrouraging total ('tre.-\t praise Is due to the many Indies wiio worked hard and lohK to m.ily a number of men who did the heavy work. We have been ai=ked to pub-lirly acknov^'ledge the f lUowing assistance: Messrs. i'er'i.val. for the nse of their two linlls fur the danee; Mr. and Mrf. Scott inivis, who supplied music free: .Mr. Wright, jeweller of r.ethbridge and H Sabora of t'oalhurst for donations of art.rles; 'he I.ethbrldKe Red C'ro-s smi^ty and Mrs W. V. .MeMtllan '�;.r the loan of fiags for dee0r.1tIons i; is expeeled hat the local branch will lv> able to send forward $;�0:t this ueek toward th" Coaiiitirst and [>isir:, r Kei Cross ambulance, making a 1 na; if �1S00 given iii three months m this object. A new garage is briiitf built by the .Vorth American ('oUer.es. G. Maa- well has built a garage and parchased a rheyrolet ear I Iiocal golf enihuaiasta are getting ob to the links and in tame caaea developing alarming symptoma of the fever. We have not yet benrd of any new records but do not donbt that Coalhiirst ran lead in golf as In other things. eurprlae l^arty. About loo frleni!s froai roalliurst and llolUng Mills paid a surprise visit to the farm of Mr. and .Mis .1. 11 llaugtiy oh Tuesday evenlnfr. .Mr. and .Mrs llaiij-hy are le:ivinK this eoniitrv soon for t'alifornla where they will live In future and the party was held for the purpose of bidiiinK them tiod-speed. Mrs. Ilaughy h.is taken an ; sctlve Interest In local churcli work .and !hf be.it wishes of all will go ' with them both to ihelr new home, i Ouring the even'iiR Mr. Kd. .\ IJi.xon j In a neat ipei-cli presented .drs. I lianghy with a lieaiitiful Itihle, Mr. I llaunliy with a pipe, alter which re-I fresliments were served. The parly I broke up about I a.m. I The Ued t'ii>ss society neknowledB-I es tho following donations: A. J. Whitaey, Hzn; .1. J. Cash. Uuncnn Turner. %2'i each; Mrs. Hertha Unughy. �2o; Uogers and S H OuvIh. tin; H. Hoss, JlO; Alex Mc-WIHiums. %>.. Mra. MeWilliama, ::: Mrs. ld/,/,lo Mills. Mia* K. M. Mason, Si'; K. Morgan, �!!; Miss I. Kiiowlea, Mirs M. Knowles, Ilea trice Adams. C. iieas-ley, U. IVasley, (t each. SeedfnK has be�n In progmaa for over a week nnd is well on the way to eomvletien I.iivl I1 none too moi.-.t. hut prospect?" are gond and farmers are optin-islie. In this district the crop will lie mostly wheat with a little oats, very littlo hsrley or flax bclnif sown. Inspector Morgan of f.RlhbrUl!:,-" paid his visit to the sehoid this week. l>iMi:ild MacNeil was elected (rii.stee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. Hose. The Ciiut of It'Vision will Hit on (lie lifh of May to liear appe.ils from the school district n-isessinent. The Son* of !t;ily are holding a dane given mutli prac-tlrnl encouragement In their effort. Tom I;ord. Janitor of the Hiissell bhiek. Moose .law. was found dead liy Ills wife, shortly attflr II o'elock, \ilnned in between the platform in tho alleyway and the eleviiloi. ANCHORDONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow ror full information apply to Agcnta or Company'a Offle*. 270 Main tt. Winnipeg.� d Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Baffalo, N. Y.-"I am the mother of four children, and for newly three years I suffered from a female trouble with poiita u� my bat k and side, aiid a general weakness. I had pnv fessional attendance luust of that tiiun but did not Be�m to get well As a last resort I decided to try I^dia K. Pinkham's Vegetable tbmpound which I had seen advertised in the newspapers, and in two weeks noticed a marked improTement. I continued ita use and am now free from pain and able to do all my housework."- Mrs. B. B. Z1SUM8SA, m Wfiiss Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Portland, Ind.-"I hat! a displacement and scffeTcd 80 badly from it at times I could not bo on my feet at kll. I was all rim down and bo weak I could not do �ny housework, was nervous and could not lie down at ni^jht. I took treatments from a physician but tlipv did not help me. My Autit recommended LydLi E. llnkhatn's Vegetable Cduiiwurd. 1 tried I it and now I am Ptroiiff and well again and do I my own work jind I give l.ydia K Pinkham's j (\mip(iund tho credit."-ilrs. J o.sei'u i n a ' KiMBLK, 035 West lUce Street, I'ortlaad, Lid. Every Sick Woman Shoiild Try ETOIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGEIABIE COMPOUND LVOIA CPIHKHAM MKOICINC CO. l.YNN.MAS8� MENNESEY&WILSONS ENDLESS CHAi/fo/MEEH-END PHONB. 789 BARGAINS A Belated Shipment of SMART SPRING COATS, to ^1 C Qi: Sell on Saturday at �pi Valuaa to $26.00 roat."* which should have been hero and sold before Kanter but �which throuKh unuHUal circumstances aro Just now cominK to hand will be placed on gale tomorrow at a paltry flKure for dtHinvlilc Kar-nientH. The KTOup romprlseg mndclg developed in finu wool Hergesi nnd Kabardine^ in Hh�.deB of fYetich grey, oli\i'. nlKRer bniwn and navy. ChloI'ly ii^ small women's sIzoh. Vaimis to |2,'i.0uf BOYS' TWEED SUITS TO THE DOOR $4.65 Values to �8.S0. A limited quantity of Hoyw' Tweed Suits aoinprJsinK the odds and ends of our suit stock-all Kplendld valu