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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGETE^I THE l^lT! nHHUJGK PAILT ITERALD FPIDAY, APRIL 19, es enforce-act in quebec Qucbtc, April 19.-It is report-ad htr� that a detachment of the fertnkr North West Mounted Police hat arrived in Quebec City to replace the fed-r�i ritectives entrusted with the work of en-, forcing the Military Service Act. It Is said the men are quartered at the Citadel, but nothing definite is available. new charges for methodist pastors Toronto. April IS-The Methodist transfer comraitteo today made the following ti-aii.^fers affecting the western conference: Superannuated-Rav. J. T. Harrison. 8fi.�ikatcJiewa!i to British Cohimhia: illev. Jonea Pincock, Newfoundland to JIanitoba. Active members-Rev. A. T Bell. Jtiitish Columbia lo Alberta; Rev. R, j "A". Biirgoyne, Alberta to Montreal; Ryv. A. H, Going, Bay of Quinte to Alberta: PlPV. S. L. \V. Harton. Saskat-�howan to Hamilton; Rev. A. E. Moyd. London lo AUierta; Rev. James Sfalley, Manitoba to Alberta; Rev. R 2Vr. Mathers. Hamilton. Ont., to Saskatchewan; Rev. W. G. Shaw. Alberta to Hanailton, Ont.; Kev. J. W. Shier, JUa�ltoba to Montreal; Rev. E. Val Tilton. Alberta to Bay of Qtilnte; Rev. H. A. Whalpy, Manitoba to Saskatchewan. Probationers-C. J. Becklcy. Sa.s-katcbewan to Montreal; T. M. Nut-' tall, .Manitoba to British Colurabin. The two followlnc; were left to the decision of the general superintendent. H. C. Suter, Newfoundland to Alberta, and F. G. Weir, .Newfoundland to Alberta. Interim transfers" Krnest rr.ilk. pi\i ; batloiier, Toronto to Sask;ttchewan: Rev. R. .1. .Merriam. Alberta to Buy of i Quinte; Roy. H. A. Whaley, Saskat-, chewan to Jlanitoba. steel strikers -w?ll go back New (Glasgow. N.S.. April -Five thousand men who have been on strike since Tuesday from the Scotia Steel company, the K.-iBtern Car cqm-pany and the plant of J. \V. Cumniings (fe Son, will return to work today. The trouble arose over the refusal of the employers to recognize the Federation of LaKwr I'nion a.c siith. though .It the same time they offered to' meet a committee of the men. Negotiations conducted during the day yesterday were followed by a number of telegrams to Ottawa, which resulted in the promise of a royal commission to be appointed at once to Inqnlre into the grievances of th'e men. The strikers agreed to return to work pending the appointment of the commission and the result of the investigation. The night shift went j to work last night anS the day men in the three plants returned to duty today. t 0 sein feiner London, .\pril 19.-Dr. Thomas H. McCarton has been elected without opposition to the house of common.': for the TuUaniorc division of King's County. Ireland. lie is a Sinn Feiner. Dr. McCarton.was arrested at Halifax last fall and brought to New York to be arraigned on the charge of having obtained im American passport fraudulestly. He came to the United States as representative of the SIcn Fein leaders. \ House Cleaning and You will require New Draperies and Curtains perhaps new bedding and linens. We can show you qualities and valiies that will at once appeal to your best judgment. VERY FINE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS AT $3.75 and $4J5 In Ivory only. Very fine quality with neat artistic designs. 2^2 yards long. Also others at.....$1.75 up to $2.25 CASEMENT CLOTH AND HEAVY DRAPERIES Fine Bmireslata cloth, 30 inches wide in shades of rose, green and brown. ^ a Per yard .............................. OvC SHEETS, PILLOW SUPS AND BED SPREADS At values preraHlng six monthr! ago. Vou know what that meaoa now. MERCERIZED REPPS AT - - - $1.00 38 inchea wide in rose, green and Blue. J tHi Per yard............................... l.UW 50 INCH VELOUR DRAPERIES In blue green and wine, at per yard........................... 2.50 UNION TABLING AT.......85c Heavy quality half linen. 70 inches wide. Floral designs. A big value at this Q g piice................................... OuC THE SIMPSON CO.: LIMITED k] coalhorst arty. About 100 friends from Coalluirst and Rolling Hills paid a surprise visit to tho farm of Mr. and -Mrs. .(. 11. UaujThy on Tuesday evnnlnR-. .Mr. and Mrs. ijatighy are leaving tliis country {soon for California where tiiey will live in I'lituro and tho ptirly was held for the purpose of bidding them Godspeed. Mrs. llaugliy has taken an ac.tive interest in lo(^al churcli work and the best wishes of all will go with them both to their new home. During the evening Mr. Kd. A. Dison in a neat speech presented .vlrs. Haughy with a beautiful Bible, Mr. llaughy with a piiio. after which re-freshment.s were served. The party broke up about 1 a.m. The Red Cross society acknowledges the folIowlnB donations: A. J. Whitney, ?r2r.; ,1. J. Onsh, Duncan Turner, ?2rp each; Mrs. Hortha Haughy, $2o; Roger.s and S. S. Davis, $18; H. Ross, $10; Alex McWllHama, H; Mra, McWiUiama', $:!; Mrs. U?./Ao MIH.S, ,?2; Miss IC. M. Mason, ^z; E. Morgan, $2; Miss I. Knowles, iMiss .M. Knowlus, lieatrlce Adams, C. Ueas-loy, L. Rcaslcy, $1 oaoh. Seeding has boon in progroas for over a week and is well on the way to completion. Land is none too mof.st, hilt prospects are good and farmers are oiiliTiiistic. In this district the crop will he inoally wheat with a little oats, very little barli-y or flax being sown. Inspector Alorgan of Lethl)rld.g.:i paid his visit to the sciiool this week. Donald AlacNeil was elected trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. Uoso. Tho Con-1 of Revision will sit on the tith o," May to hear appeals front the school district assessment. Tho Sons of Italy arc holding a dance in the Rex theatre on I'Yiday, April �6th, in aid of the refugees In tho invaded provinces in' northoi^n Italy. These people who had tov leave Pure Blood You can k^ep your blood in good condition-have a clear Kkin, and blight eyest by taking PIUS UrsMl Siila af Anr Meilicine inlha WorU. Sold oTerlrwliero. In toxea, 25c� homes and everything before tho German advance iiave hedn and are In groat need and it is hoped that the local Italians will bo given much practical encouragement in their effort. 4 Tom Lord, .ianitor of the Russell block. Moose Jaw, was found dead by his wife, shortly after II o'clock, pinned in between tho platform in tho alleyway and the elevator. ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SEflVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agenta or Company'* Office, 270 Main at, Winnipeg.^ d Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Buffalo, N. Y.-"I am the mother of four children, and for nearly three years I sutfered from a female trouble with pains iit my bat k and side, and a general weakness. I liad professional attendance most of that time but did not seem to get welL As a last resort I decided to try I^dia K. Pinkham's Vcgretable Compound which I had seen advertised in the ne'ivspapers, and in two weeks noticed a marked improvement. I continued its use and am \ now free from pain and able to do all my house-work."- Mrs. B. B. ZuuKSSA, 202 Wflisa Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Portland, Ind.-�! had a displacement and scffored 80 badly from it at times I could not bo on my feet at til. I was ail run down and so weak I could not do my housework, was nervous and could not lie down at night. I took treatments from a physician . but they tlid not help me. My Aunt recommended ' V Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 tried / Y it and now I am strong and well again and do I my own work pnd I give Lydia E. Pinkham's i Compound the credit."- Mrs. j o s e i' ii i n a ' Kimble, 035 West lUcc, Street, Portland, Iiid. Eveyy Sick Woman Should Try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND LYDIA E.PINKHAM M|DICINe CO. LYNN.MAtO. �BBHBBSBSHBHIBI MEN NESEY&i^i LSONSi ENDLESS G04^mm�K-Em>:k. i  BARGAINS PHONB. 789 A Belated Shipment of SMART SPRING COATS, to ^1 C QC Sell on Saturday at ^a,0.irO Values to $25.00 Coals which should have been here and sold before Raster but which through unusual circumstances aro just now coining to hand will be placed on sale totuorrow at a paltry figure for desirnhle gar-niejit.s. The group comprises models developed in fine wool serges and gabardines in shades of French grey, olivo. nigger brown and navy. Chiefly ii^ small women's sizes. Values to ?25.00: I C OC Saturday.............................................. I.O�"d TO THE DOOR BOYS' TWEED SUITS $4.65 Values to $8.50. A limited tiuantity of Koys' Tweed Suits tjomprising the odds and ends of our suit stock-all siilcndid vahuiii hut hot a complete range. We've culled these from our ^5.50 to ?8.50 lines and offer them tomorrow at the surprisingly small M price of ............................................. t:�IJD New Lines Arriving This Week Incliide Children's Spring Coqtg In Crimson and Check. Children'* Velvfet and Tweed Hats. Goddess and D. & A. Corsets. Habut�l and Crepe de ChineWalsts. Women's High Cut CanvasSffoes. Boys' and Girls' Running Shoes. ..I tt > n> I n I M U t 111 t M u I I 11 I I �^ ' Mixed Felt Mattresses. The best mattresi> value iu the. city, iieavily tut ted; rolled edHOB, hesl art covering, 4 11. and I /kA ft. Saturday *"�vU ............>"iui Coil Springs.. Standard grade, steel haso, full col springs. 4 ft. and 4 foe. ' ' 10.00 Saturday �n 1�HI HI �i� n i� III ijm,i,,,.< 7�J ;