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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL V), 1\\v at S I Tiiey served it l" iiii' ni 7. ! Tlien noon hour Ciimr al I:: o'clock, j Wliicli really wa^; only 11. ] I sliould quit work ui .'^i, ! XiWi. tlie wliisllc b:s of beer. I And now they crib an hour nt s!"('.p; They cortainiy nuil:c ihi'i.t;;; ciucc]-. i WKAI.'V (J.N'K. i . � , !�'!> : ! ? : ;'> PERSONAL : j >> ; : : : : > > I .Mrs. Craytoii of l,;iroMil)c is visit-' in.^ \yitli Iter sister, .Mrs. Scoti. I  i: * .'Mrs. Gunton of .Milk Ulver is vi.sit- ing friends in tlie ciiy, * * A ^fr. Leyden of fJraiiuin was in (lie city yi^storday. I �  >  i Sergt. PJddie Palleson is in I he city for a few day.s, and i.^ ilie guest tof'.Mi-. and Mrs. T. II. .Mi'Cready. . ! * * " j Mr. ,l! O. Waterman ann'.'(!(l iliis I moi-nin.i!; after sponding tlit-'Wiiiler in iloslon. I  � � ' I Little Miss Catiieriue Cull, wlio lias I been ouite ill for some time, is now I nincli better and will l)e able to be out in a few days. .i m m ' Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. llarnior of I'Jd-i monfon have b(>on visiting in Leth-bridge with Mr. and Mrs. Allen .lack, and left for the cast this morning. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Pugh and taiti-ily moved from tlie city loday to their farm some disiance from Lietii-bridge. m �* n .Airs. Leonard .Vorman reeeived a telegi-am Thursday morning advising lier of the (feath of her sister, Mrs. P. W. Tinline at Winnipeg. .Mrs. Norman left on the early Friday morning train for the east .to attend the funeral., Tlie Fleetwood teachers have held tlieir annual tennis meeting with ibc 1 r > : : �: : : i f I i I i 1 � i 1 1 i A Rush Special of Mill End VESTINGS FOR SATURDAY'S SELLING AT i i Could anything be more opportune for that dainty white vvaist you y are contemplating now that spring has arrived. About 40 of these mill ends have arrived in a delightful range of patterns, including single and double'hair line stripes, fine checks, rice patterns, plain, etc. They are wonderful value, the regular price averaging 40c yard, and only the fact that they ARE mill ends enables us to sell at the price. E EARLY on SATURDAY and secure yours while the assortment is good ' , All at One Price -- - 29c a Y ard We Make our Own Ice Cream AND IT'S GOOD It's made right from the very best quality materials. SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW Cocoanut Ice, per lb....................30c Vanilla Cakes per doz................... 15c The Bon Ton 420 FIFTH ST. 8. " ICE CREAM-CONFECTIONERY-CAKES-PASTRY SOCIAf,: EVENTS The imm HEINT2MAN Plays All Makes of Records The Phonograph Built by Pi^no Craftsmen From Piano Genius-a NEW Phonograph Founded iipon a Half Century's Musical Experience. Mirrors the Supreme Characteristics of Canada's Qreatest Piano. A QIant Stride In Producing Phonograph Tone-Piano Qenlust Plays all makes of recordc. Needle or Jewel. All the world's supreme musicians and artlots at your command. Each Cabinet Hand-Carved-ns Beautiful as Piano. Craftsmen Cun Make It. The Gerhard Meimtzman Piano Store SHOW ROOMS: 414 FIFTH STREET SOUTH FIRST DOOR NORTH ORPHEUM THEATRE SUPPLY OF com Ottawa, April 19.-C. A. Magratll, fuel controller for Canada, today made a statement which reads in par: a.s follows: "Tlie new fuel regulations went inio effect on April \. Provision is made therein that no consumer may he supplied v.ith more than seventy per cent of hid estimated normal needs lor (lie year finding March 3J. li)19. \ desire to point out, however, that this provision is not In any way desiBuel to place obstacles In the way of consumers laying in coal supplies during the summer time. It is merely intended to insure a more even distribution of coal receipts. "The regulations on this point uro extremely elastic, and provision is made whereby the moment the con-sum.ers in any municipality have b=!en sujipHed with seventy per cent of their requirements, the provincial fuel ;ul-niinl'.itralor may. on the advice of (lie local fuel commissioner, entirely suspend the restriction referred to or niitf increase the percentage that may be c'olivered in any way he deems advisable. My advice to consumers throughout'Canada is to get !n their coal supplies at the earliest possible moment and in as large quantities as they arp able to. consistent with any restrictions that may be in fores at the time. "Dr. Garlleld. the United. States fuel administrator, lias recently i.ssueil a statement in which he lays the gveal-est possible stress on the public placing their orders for coal at the earliest possible moment. "Owing to Canada's geograpiiical situation and to the fact that oui' coal movement from the United States v.'ould be a specially heavy burden on transportation unless we fully utilized our waterwr-ys, which are only available '.luring the summer 'season, Dr. Garfield's argument applies with even gre.Ttor force in our case. In the, circumstances, it is hoped that Canadian consumers will follow the ,idvice t('ndored and will order their coal supplies as early 1(1 the season as possible." ? * ? ? ? *> ? ? ? ? ? *> o M.-. and Mrs. S. fi. Mitchell entertained last evening at a most delightful card pgrty in their home on J4th Strrtet. Tlie hoiiae was beautiful with pinli' and wliite. carnations in gay profusion and about six � tables -were in play at flvb hundred. .".Miss B. Nimmonis. .Mrs. DeJ^ong, Mr. PiikIi and Mr. Slenhuurfe carried off the prices.    A very pica.saiil evening was spent 'ast Wediiesda.v at the home, of .Mr. .and ,.Mrs. \V. Ueffevri. who entertained about twenty friends in honor of the hoine-comiiiK of Mrs. Heffcrn's brother. Corp. J. Thompson, froni the front. Corp. Thompson enlisted in VaiH'ouvcr in the Pioneers, lie was badly wounded last .Inly and is jiist able to return to Canada, being now on the way to. the hospital in New Westminister. C6rp. Thompson, who lived in I.etlilnidge for several years, won the military medal in if'Tauce. He Is .also a veteran of the South .African war and has four other broth frs in the .irmy.    � : > : > * .;. .J :. .> : :. .j .> > .> The T^ocal Council of Women are holding a campaign for IJaby Welfare on .May - and There will be addresses given hy the Rev. Hugh Dobson of Hegina and local speakers, 'l^liis is a campaign in which much active interest Is being taken all over tlie cduulry at the present time. � * � An Inlereslitig event loolr place yesterday iifternoon when ai the I msjetin.g of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. I. U. 1). IC, the examiners presented tlieir report from the 4ii splendid essays which were handed in. I. O. IJ. K. Kssay Competition: Kxaininers' Report-Grade VII. Eunice Conner; hon. mention, ..Mice Beaton, May Annetts; Grade V.lll., Bertha Hunl; Grade IX A, .lohn Oliver; Grade X, Zera Dunsworth; Grade XT., Rlth Inman, lion, mention, Alice Hardle; Grade .^11., Dorothy Church. .4.t the conclusion a vote of tlianks was moved to the judges, Hov. VZ. Cragg. Mr. R. A. Smith and Mr. W. S. Grey.  * ' * { .*. *** .* .�� ^* .** **. *3> Mme. CliBBo Casgraln, of Ottawa, is a giie.'it at Die Hotel Vancouver. �  a Your War: Garden. Take an afternoon and go over all your garden tc'uls. The chances are that they need cleaning ;uhI, sharpening'. You can't get satisfactory results will dull and dirty blades. Besides cleiining uy the metal parts, it will^: be well to paint the handles. Small tools Uke .troN>el8 are often lost m tk� grass. A r^d band painted around the handle makes them easier to find. If you happen to have bor-rowlne neieliburi, why not Bteaail your initials on. the handle of each tool?    The wonieii of Calgary on Wednesday afternoon; took up the problem of farm help. Among the other speakers was Dean Howes who thought that though' It' Was hardly feasible for town women tq is too bad, for they started out at six ; the last time I was down. I would coma to Lethbrldge ; oftener to stay a day or two to do some shopping and see the shows, : but it is not very encouraging when you have to get up In the middle of one night when you come In. and leave in the middla of another night.] Can't the C. P. R. put on a aleeper between Lethbrldge and the Crow, If they can't give ua the imr aenrlce that ^e used to have? I mean a sleep- ; er that we could stay In till .the morn-: ing "when we arrive, and one that wo could gp to bed In the previous oven-lug when we' go up. the Crow? And can't you people In iiethbrldge do something to stop these news boys from making such a In the early morning? Teiiiji)ting & Delicious Foods-DelightjfuUy Served. With lis; cooking is an art-not a cold commercial proposition. Our luncheons and.afternoon teas are the highest expressions of cooking skill, Take luncheon here. Come with your family atid'friends. The surroundings, the food, and the service will in every way rciflect the spirit of a satisfying meaL OUR AFTERNOON TEAS WILL PLEASE YOU Luncheon on Sundays from 10 a.m. Our Ice Cream Parlor is the popular rendezvous for refreshments. 606 THIRD AVENUE oOUTH 336148 ;